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THE AKlZONA ttlCPUfclilCAN: SATU UDAY MOUTHING, MAY 30, 1903.
Southern California Advertisements BROWNSBERGER Home School of Bookkeeping & Graham Shorthand 053-Q55-Q57 West Seventh St., Los Angles, Cal. riecsant study in the midst of the most beautiful home-like sur roundings. Day and evening sessions. Shorthand made easy by famous "Chalk Talks" by the Principal Machine at home free of charge. Spanish at low rates. Every department under specialists. Every graduate in a position.. Ten teachers. I,argest cr.paclty !n the city. The Bookkeeping is the famous Budget System. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. YLAJHLUA liKUWSUJiKUUn, tTlttCipai. m H&iw m .miin uu. uiimmjuwiw-ji.tj. i. t- Hamper ramMBW-lgy 2!2 West Third St., LOS ANGELES, CAL Organised We are unable to supply the demand made on us for men Stenographers and young women who understand Stenography and Bookkeeping. We teach four distinct courses of study-Commercial, Shorthand and Typewriting, Telegraphy and Assaying. SPECIAL-SUMMER SESSION. Day and Evening Classe" Terms Reasonable. Free, "What Our Boys Say." tvery Home should have a Copy GOOD LIVING LOS ANGELES. The Prettiest Cafe in California Larse, airy, luxuriously furnished Private Dining Rooms on Second and Third lloors. The leading Or-hestra of the city furnishes music during the Pinner and after Theater hours. The best the market affords, and th service unexcelled. We want the Arizona trade. KOSTER CQ. LONERGAN, Proprietors. Housekeeping Apartments and Single Rooms. The Casa de Oro SW-oPSKoU'h Flower Street, LOS ANGFLES. New houe. new furniture, t.atiis. Tlione, g- and electricity. Room? J.K0 per weei: and tinware!-. Levy's Dining' Parlors Thoroughly modern, centrally locat ed, excellently eo,uirped, skillfully man aged, popularly priced. LEVY'S 111 W. Third St. 2f.3 S. Main. Los Angeles, Cal. When U R at CATALINA sce ti e McLEAN VILLAS. Cool, icstful, slprntly, day, week. , Prop., J. D. McLean, Carpenter, Avj.. Ion. Ctl. ! SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES Office, 440 S. Broadwy, Los Angeles, Cal. Largest stock of trees in the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc., Palms, shrubs and fruit trees of every description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona orders. gJEvery Woman V- A v ' inlPrf'SteJan.l almuM know tiS..XJMABVEL Whirling 5Prcy V?rii -w "c "' funum. r.-t-s if. it- Mot C'"l:VH)jci.l. Itdflnw IntOnCr. 1 1 Iih ,.j ii not hiimi.W ti, Wj-7rii5T "E yi IKI Kl.. :,, ..itlfl. till' K.-'i.l t:,i ;!1. Jj '-' . C! l.:oti-uUr n-.l ihvmI.i -i?.,i;.s-v . to ladi. .. l lit n. t .. ?taj ''iff A MAN becomes languid, irritable and de tpondent. tlirr.t'shloss of nerve visor. Liie be'ems a mockery. The courage, fore-, vigor and action which charuo '.eruc full-bluc-ltd cicu, ate lacking. have Vindled the light of hope in many a man's fare. Tin y bring vigor to the weak and niubii i.,n to tin- iesioiileiit. They penmiiienlly clitcU Uie weak emuK diaiim. I, c.l t!ie- ir-rves, entich the l.lood anrl make men over gener ally. 1 Ort per hox ; f. boxes f 00. " V?ih a $" (J0 order we i-sue a written guaran tee to refund the money if nc cure be effected, nook free. J'tAt. Medicine Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. TMOtVH Alt 1 OKA iBFKasngK'aflEa J Kodaks and Pholo Supplies We make a specially of Developing, Printing and Fn'arging Mjil Orders given Prompt Attention Send for Catalogue HOWLAND & CO. M "SSSSSSt. COOD TEETH-GOOD HEALTH flold crowns $.1.00, and bridge work that cannot le surpassed at low pi ices. Wait ing is danererous. why nut order tliut set of teeth today! Y do not compete with cheap dentists. First-class work onl". Over 30 years' practice. Tel. John SHU. DR. CICERO STEVENS 217' . South Spring Street Los 4aqtles,Cal. 219-221 WEST w Yachting on the Pacific Is one o: the pli;isiin-s to be found at th; seashore resells o:i the SALT LAKK KOl'TE. Ask agetit of the San ta Fe to tell yeu about Catalina Island, Ing Peach and' Terminal Island, the best seashore resorts in California. Co -1 Finest KODAK finishing and Freshest Supplies. Mail orders promptly at tended to Send for catalogue FRED E. MUNAEY CO., 406 S. Broadway, i 0pp. Bdw. Dept. Store. Los Angeles, Cal. Transcript of Eecorda. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of thi district clerk, the probate court and the county re-e-order n furnished by the' Arizona Ab stract and Title company. The; records for yostciday were: kioci hhji:i:; oi kh'i;. I". M. Mogii-tt and wife; lo W. A. I e I'.uek. lot U. blk l-s, Churchill Add., Phoenix. $HI. W. 11. H. Keency to C M. Clenn. Uoosevel! mining claim in Vulture min ing district, ?0. Klir.:a C. Ambrose ar.d husband to Asa Moore, c- Vi l"t blk S2. Phoenix, K. V. Wilbur and wife to Mesa City Parik. lots, (!, 7 and e 'i sw 'i sec (!, tp L' s. r e. $1. Thos. Simuhwait a.ng.. F. K. Withey to (Jrand Traverse and Arizona Min ing Co., Little Pluc Toy mine. Cave Cr-ck district. $in. '' II Ittiiilin nil iv iff to .lipiua M-rc... i:,, !. blk ol. I ' j.itmtrv Add , Fhnix, iT-s- dm EEEEESS2S2K I 1! T E M P E C. G. CLIPPING ER., Mgr. T. Dunschec? returned yes-'tcrday to Tmi'c after an. extended trip through Washington. Ti. Clark and w ife of Ph enix were the guests of J. Hydei and wife lat evening. Phoenix linemen reps irod the cream cry telephone line yesterday. The Mls?e Nellie White and Ruby Tucker 1ft Thursday evudrg ii Maricopa for Tucson and Cali'fcrnia I respec ti vcly. W. H. Wilbur and Charles Wool were called to Maricopa on important business Thursday evening. Hoth gen tlcmen return ?.J yesterday morning. The Tenipe hanks will be closej to day in observance of Peroration Day. John Fogtl has purchased from Dr. DeYore through Agent YVindes lots 11. 12 and 13 of block 3. The many friends of Miss Kate Young-, a student at the Normal, who his been so furiously ili .at the doi mi tot y, will be pleased to 1 :arn that she is much improved. Mhs Young and her mcther hope to have for their home in Sjlomon ville tomorrow. "Eternity In the Heart of Humanity" will be the subject of R:-v. Fair's ser mon at the M. K. chut ch Sunday morn irrj. At S j). m. there will be a union, gospel service conducted by the pas tor. In the case of Jenkins s. W. T. Cuinming for damages, an arbitrating' committee ch'isen by both parties re turned a verdict Thursday evening of $.1 in favor of the plaintiff. UiX. V. L. Drew, pastor .i" the Con gregational church, wi'l speak Sunday morning from the subject. "The Gift cf the Holy Spirit. " Y. P. S. K. at the usual evening hour. Instead of the tegular preaching the pastor and con gregation will unite in ur.ion service with the M. K. church. Dr. and Mi. Puicell and Dr. and Mrs. Burton tnik breakfast with Dr. and -Mrs. Chi.rls H. Jones in Temp'1 yesterday morning tn route to their home in Tucson. The arty traveled in their automobiles. Call and see our complete line of summer underwear. From 20c to $1.50 per garment. Remember, we're lead ers. Hyder Pros. Don't overlook the two weeks' cash sale at J. J. Hodnett's, commencing May 22nd. AT THE NORMAL Closing Exercises of the Training School Last Night. I.ast evening the Normal Training school held its closing exercises before a large and appreciative audience. A stage was erected at the south side of the Norm ii. and the programme was presented with a charming natural roof of palm and ash trees. The programme had been prepared by the Senior diss under the direction of Miss Mather, and was in every sense successful. The children were most carefully trained, and their stage manner whs ;t once simple and natural. It would be elitti cult to select tne most effective num bers, but possibly the scenes In thti Fairy Masque were the most pictur es(iie. The dainty flower costumes and graceful gestures of the children made a very charming stage picture. The children all entered vh'!'-h';:rt"d-iy it. to the spirit of their pait.. Among those who were particulary prominent may be mentioned Edna Miller, as the doll in "The Magic Sword," and the rose sprite in "The Fairy Masque." who w;is a most dainty figure. Homer Cor bel!, as the wicked Jack and the bee, was as clever as one could ask. anil John (J. Schu reman was a charming white tiwlet. The music fe.r the even ing was furnished by the Normal Man dolin club. The e-lub, according to its habit, played extremely well. During this year the Normal has been able to furnish its own music, -for the young people who make up the lub have done most satisfactory work anil are most generous in playing for Normal affairs. Spend your vacation i;; Eos Angeles and stop at The Uosslyn Hotel. ME5A Superintendent Drake and Iloadtnas-ter-lligley of the P. & K. road came up from the capital this morning. At 11 o'clock today a P. it K. engine palled up to the Mesa depot. Hereto fore the (rains have stopped a block away on account of incomplete condi tion of trar :. J. S. Peterson, the hustling stuck dealer, made the fust shipment of stock over the P. & K. road. He sent a car of beef steers to Prescott. The hod carriers employed on the new building of the Mesa c - -ry and ice plant yesterday deinaicci an in crease of wagrs and eight hours work. They have been receiving ?'i per day but now ask for $3. The company re fused to pay the increase and one nvin ouit last night. The others say ttv-y will strik? tmnorrow night if their de mands are not complied with. llev. and Mrs. H. F. Telle moved into the new parsonage 'yesterday and v. iil be at home to all their frPnds tonight. The last report from the (loldfield M. cU M. Co.'s property is that the work men have broken into a three-foot vein of $t0 ere. The ore lies in the porphyry and granite contac t and is a decompos ed ouartr.. In much of the rock free gold can be Seen but the new strike? shows gold only by panning. The strike was mad" in tlv lur.ncl and a winze is now being sink on the ore. The c, i;icld cunpany has just bad issttcil a handsome piospcctus. The company is offering a blcck of stock for sale. The proceeds to ! us d In development. Charles A. Hall came down from the mln-s this morning and repot ts the ore h iliiin; otft in the winze. Ilev. Willi;' in I'carce. who lias b'-en ill quarantine for the past month suffer ing from scat lit fever, was relet-d this morning and is around shaking hands 'with his friends. He will not preach Sunday but by the nsxt veek will bo in the pulpit as usual. Tin Msa hotel dining room will be I'irc'l nrxt Sunday. Mv "X, v jtit a 0 :.' j.V c.!:: j'i'. : d::?iT j' V' : cv'3" rrice cf 3 ce.to Paring ttrv summer Hi months rooms will be furnished as usual and on September 1 the dining room will be reopened to the public. Mrs. Schornhk haN conducted a first class house since the opening oi the Mesa hotel and has built up a trade that is a credit to the town. The medal contest by members of the Loyal Temperance league to be heid next Tuesday evening, June 2, will be uvll worth attending. Mrs. W. II. Tal ford la drilling th? young contestants which Is a guarantee that they will be perfect In their work. No admission fee will be charge ! but a collection will I.- t.ik'li 'lp for the bereft cf thi league wot!:. The public 1:4 cordially invited lo attend. A PREACHERS NERVE How Milburn, the Blind Chaplain Won His Spurs. The death of William Henry Milburn. for many years famous as "the blind chaplain." recalls tlv; romantic and he roic Incidents connected with his first election as a chaplain of congress in 1S15. When Milburn was n v.ry slight figure, his leTt eye entirely blind, his right eye having but one little transparent point not so big as the head of a pin. giving him but a Klini mer of the outer world, he was travel ling by Ohio river steamer from Cin ilnnati to Wheeling, W. Va. He was then entirely unknown to the world ex cept to the lit tin band of circuit ridefs aniens wl'cm he had been preaching in the backwoods for a year. To hi great delight he found on the steamer a largo number of congressmen of both houses, who were on their way to Washington for the opening of the session. Milburn expee-ted great profit frcm their conversation, but was soon shocked at their profanity, their gamb ling, and their drunkenness. The Ohio river was low, and fogs coming mi. they wero detained over Sunday. At breakfast a committee of passengers invited" Milburn. to preach, and a congregation of Sail persons ar sembled. At the close of a brief ser mon, to the astonishment of all. he hewed to the men before him, and s;yd: "I understad that you are members of the congrers of the Puitcd States, and as such you are. or should be. the rep resentatives, not only of the political opinions, but also of the intellectual, nural. and religious conditions of the people of this country. As I had rare ly win men of your class I felt, on coming aboard this boat, a natural In tel est to hear your conversation, and to observe your habits. If I am t; judge the nation by you, I can come to no other conclusion than that it is composed of profane swearers, card players and drunkards. Suppose there sheuld be an Intelligent foreigner on this boat, travelling through the coun try with the Intent of forming a well- , onsldered ad unbiasod opinion as Pj the practical working ef our free In jsLitutkns seeing you anil learning your position, what would be his con clusion? inevitably, that our experi ment is a failure, and our country is hastening to destruction." Th? congressmen were a plucky lot. and so admired the nerve and sincerity of the young preacher, that they at once hesrowed a purse upon him. and on arriving in Washington secured his tlHtion as chaplain. He held the po sition for fifty-eight years. E. A. Banks In Everybody's Magazine. o PUNISHING DUL'NKAPDS. Those sHves of strong drink who :t'pccir frenuently in th-; iioHce courts to pay their little tZ and costs should be thankful they do not live in Persia. In that country drunkards are black listed, and to be blacklisted means that the person so enrolled cannot visit the bazars to buy things except at certain hours, and only then under polio? supervision. He c annot visit any place of public amusement, and even when at prayers in the mosque he must hold himself aloof from his more respectable neighbors. If after being blacklisted he drinks again, and is "found with, the goods on," he g"ts eighty lashes on the soles of his feet. In Turkey a man caught "rolling home in the morning" is lined for the first offense ajid admonished. If he is caught "whooping her up with the boys" in a mild Mahometan way on rakee punch, he gets the bastinado. When a Ma-hometan gets drunk It is usually on rakee or arrack, villainous distilled liquors. The prophet in the Koran forbids the use of wine, but says nothing about spirituous liquors, so the wily Turk winks the other eye and drinks arrack and rakee. Among the mountaineers of Albania and Montenegro the. boozer fares worse than in either Turkey or Pertda, for there drunkenness is regarded as a political offense, and political offenses are regarded in all countries as more serious than moral ones. Among the mountaineers fighting and drinking are not considered to go together, and to br able to light is the first duty of a citi zen. Therefore the drunkard is harshly dealt with. At first they try moral suasion with the festive tippler, but wh n that fails and he persists in mak ing the .mountain peaks ring to his Montenegran substitute for "We won t go home till morning," he is declared to be a danger and a disgrace to his tribe and his country, and is quietly assassinated by order of the local chief. ALL, QCIKT IN BPlDCrPOpT. Friday Passes Without a Resumption of the Iliots. Dridgeport, Conn.. May 29. The Con necticut Hallway ar.d Lighting com pany today parsed the crucial period of the strike of its lnotormen and con ductors vithc;ut the .-lightest display of violence on the part f the striker:. Perfect order was nuiiiit lincl in all sections of the city. Cars were operated mi schedule t'nie on every city and suburban lin be tween the hours of !) a. i.i. and 7 a. m. Not a solitary arrest was made. Commencing tomorrow cars will be run em all the company's lines on the same sc hedule which was in force when the stiike was declared a week ago lacl Friday. o SIX INJURED IN TilOLLKY WllEt'K Paterson, N. J.. May 29. One passen ger was probably fatally Injured . and five others badly hurt today in a trolley accident. The car was on its way to 'edar Lawn cemetery. wh'Mi it jumped 'he niL i!'-t ran tntc i tUciIuiio pel-:, against -which it was wrecked. T- . -I 3i' ' :.: :;,A- vk'- ..':".':J?.k- 3;A S3 i-.tl ft ' .' J!'- T.i:-, ..V: wrwmm Louisville, Ky. 1 fewYork.Y. The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The full name of the company California Fig Syrup Co. is always printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty. Cents per bottle. THE THIRD BAIL Its Sacces Ea. Been remonstrated bit It Must Wear a Sort cf a Hood. Two improvements in the arrange ment of the third rail on electric roads have recently attracted attention. Poth have the same object in view, and set at it In the same freneral fashion, though with differences in detail. In order to avert the formation of an icy coatini? c.n the rail and the consequent paralysis of traffic, a continuous hood has been placed above the conductor. One inventor poes so far as to turn the tail upside down and have the contact shoe slide along its lower surface. The bracelets by means of which it is su ported from one side keep it several inc hes above the ties. This cover comes dow n close to the upturned base of the rail. i'.!:d has slight overhang at each edge. The other inventor retains the rail i:i its present position and adjusts h.s cover four or live inches higher up, thus leaving ample room for the shoe. The first of these two systems has not yet been introduced permanently any where but favorable accounts are giv en of experiments made with it by a western railroad company. The other plan has been in operation all winter on twenty-six miles cf road in Pennsyl vania which constitutes a link in a line reaching from Wilkesbarre to Hazlc ton. According to the Electrical World and Engineer, Its success has now been fully demonstrated. Tiie third rail has come to stay. For electric roads of a certain class those having a private right of way. or whose track is inaccessible lo intruders on ac count of elevation abeve the streets it is tiv- most economical and efficient medium of supplying current to cars, though, alter nearly ten years of trial it is a crude device. More or less mod ification in the present method of using it will probably prove necessary before it performs its mission satisfactorily. Fcr th" hope that knives and brushes alone were adequate to the task of keeping the surface of the rail free trom ice some foundation was fur nished by experience in the electric road between Albany and Hudson this winter. Uepeated failures on the ele vated roads of this city, though, pro vo'te grave doubts on that score, and point to th" desirability, not to s.ty necessity, ir a hood. When the idea of employing such a protection was first suggested, fears were entertained that a cover might lead to an entirely new kind of trouble. Such might be expected, certainly, if the wind did not have a. clear passage across the face of the rail, so as to prevent any clog ping of snow. Poth of the schemes here described seem to be free from that ob jection. They also offer security to workmen who may accidentally step on the rail. It may be difficult to induce the local elevated railway companies to put a hood over their third rails. BEST FOR THE BOWELS If Ton hnvmn't regnltr, healthy movement of th bowels every day, you're ill or will he. Keep your bowels open. nd be well. Force, in the he o violent phytic or nill poison. Is cinnKemun. The moot heat. ctet, moat perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean is to take CANDY CATHARTIO EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Meaanf, Palatable, Potent. Tante Good. Do fiood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe: 10, K and JO eente per box. .Write (or tree sample, and benk. let on health. Addrers 433 Sterling Remedy Comnanjr. Chicago or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAH To sweeten, To refresh, To cleanse the system, Effectually and Gently; There is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its bene ficial effects Always buy the genuine but the public will do well to keep alert to the feasiility of the reform, should occasion arise. New York Herald. A CHILD ON THE STEP. Pcrt-i Pico Occupies That Position in Regard to the United States. "Porto Rb) is in the same 3Sition toward the Ur.itd States that a PCle child is that is left at one's c'oorsten. One takes the chil 1 up and cares most tenderly for it. Porto Rico cam? Into the possession of the I'nited States through war. and it cannot be said that she came quite w illingly. I am glad to hear that the anti-American feeling is dyirg out and the Porto Uican peo ple feel that the I'nited States tan on ly be a benefit to them." "Porto Rico, geographically, has not the size that would ever warrant its being an inil. pen lent nation, and of necessity it would be a part of scune greater power. What greater power, what greater blessing could a country have than, to be associated nvith the I'nited States? It is ivH yet nady for self-government. Self-government Is a thing that is not i ained in a day. it takes many years of constant expori croe to rcaen the state where a coun try such as Port! Rico shall be fit to $100 REWARD S100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that ther is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in till its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is 'the only positive cure known to the mc'lical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disase requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength hy budding up the constitution and assisting nature in ing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thev offer Oiip Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes timonials. Address. F. J. CHEN FT & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold l y Druggists. 7."e. Hall's Family Pills are the best. rtPlicrhtfnl oceah TRIPS L IV VV. TVnm ClIVTSTIIW T.-... to HEW YORK, via MALLORY S. S. LIKE t Sipincrs ViHncsriay nl Saturdays at NnrtN.i K-i.ci, itu mam? ma atui r ni mms much less nan Air u. nir for pamnMrf " Orcrin Trips. J. B. PEJTTS0W, Arent, GAtVESTOff, Tex. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS EAST ft The Steel Bridge Route CAST The "OILED" Route WKST Koinctbilig cheap in (kkcts via SANTA F10 from l'hocr.ix: June 4-5 and 21 to 30th inclusive. Chiciifjo ;ind return St. Louis and return Kansas City and return.. . ..$7(3.70 ...$71.70 ..$04.C0 ..$72.10 ' S-'t. Paul and return I Cairo and return '.$71.70 Memphis and return $71.70 Denver, Colo $55.00 Wt shall glad to see you and sup ply any information. L. II. l.ANL'i::, Genera Agint Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or con stipated; For men, women and children; Acts best on the kidneys and I i y e r stomach and bowels; Manufactured by the govern itself. At" the present t::iv ! Porto Rico has everything it can 'ish for. It has the markets of the United States orien to it to sell its wares in: it has the gieate.-t market in the world to buy its necessities." o WHEN THEY DON'T WALK. Church Some people can't FtanJ traveling. Gotham Well, if they live In New York they have tov o NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA cannot be more pleasantlv reaebel than by the Grand Trunk-Lehigh Valley Route. .Solid through trains, magnificent scenery. Descriptive literature sent frw on appli cation to Advertising Department. Grand Trunk Railwav Svstem. 13n Adams St.. Chicago. Geo. W. Vaux. A. G. P. & T. A. A STRONG STATEMENT. What m Le&clinK Druggist Says of m -New Medicine. We sell LAXAKOLA on our own posi tive guarantee. It really does all the manufacturers claim for it. It is especially recommended for chil dren when teething, or fretful, or colicky, or constipated, or when there is gas or vrind on the stomach. It is mild in action, tastes nice, and is perfectly safe in every way. It is particularly beneficial to the la dies, being a gentle and safe laxative to use at all times. Its effect on the complexion is re- , markable. It opens the pores and clears up the skin, pivintr it a clean, fresh, vel- vcty appearance. Call at our store and we will gladly tell you more about it. It certainly is the best remedy of its kind, and we will cheerfully refund the 25 cents to any one who fails to find it beneficial in every way. BEN L. BEAR, Phoenix, Ariz. SEASIDE EXCURSIONS Take ndvatitage of LOW KATES, via. The Southern Pacific and M. & P. S. R. V. R. R. Excursions every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at rate of $25.95 from Phoenix to all coast resorts. San Diego to Santa Barbara inclusive, good re turning until November 30th. Stop-over allowed at all points west of Colton. San Francisco and Return 545.45 THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC Is L":;o miles the shortest route. Deceit J passed in the night. Daylight trip throucli beautiful San Kernardino valley. Tra ins leave at convenient time, via.: 6:1 p. m., (city time), arri,vinj; at Los An Kclcs at 11:15 a. ni. next morning:. Din ing: cars on all trains. SIMMER EXCURSION RATES TO EAST ERN POINTS, 1903. Chicago. $76.70; St. Louis, Cairo. Mem phis and New Orleans, $71.70; St. Paul and Minneapolis, $72.10: Missouri River I Points. $64.20. Sale dates June 4th. 5th. ! 24th and 30th,-Inclusive: July 15th and Pith, August 25th nnd 2Uli. final limit .mi clays, for lull pari u ulars cull on or address M, O. BICKNELL, p. ii U Ctnter it. b. i. ficlet -tnl