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11 their betters settle a question without either court martial or a fight Talk and jeering laugh grew loader aa pota tions followed on the heel taps of their predeceflaors. The mail from San An tonio got in at 5 p. m. that evening, and the orderly was distributing letters as the officers retnrned from etablea Winn, by invitation, bad accompanied the major and wus walking home with him, Mullane and a crony or two fol lowing at safe distance. Soveral men saw the light of relief in Winn's face as be received, opened and glanced into the miHsive handed him. "Has it come?" asked Brooks in genuine sympathy. "Yes," answered Winn almost sol emnly. "A check which I am instruct ed to have cashed by Faller, as he has all the currency in the county just tow." "I congratulate you with all my heart," said the major. "I suppose you will see Trott tomorrow." "I shall see him tonight, if you will excuse me, sir. I'll go at once to the store, Brayton, will you come with me?" Fuller was out It was some minutes before he could be found at the corral. Meantime the two classmates, recon ciled since the long talk between Bar clay and Winn, conversed in low, grave tones in Fuller's private cardroom, where none but officers and his cronies Were admitted. "The trader looked The next instant he lay floundering on the floor. queer, " said Brayton, "when he took the check," but after some fumbling at his safe came back with a thick pack age of treasury notes, carefully counted out and labeled. On this display of wealth gloated the fishy eyes of Mul lane as a moment later he came reeling in, Bralligan and Hodge at his heels. To his hilarious salutation Brayton gave short answer, Winn none at alL Winn's face had clouded again, and all the sad lines of thought and care seemed cutting deep, despite the coming of this much needed relief. "Hwat's ahl the lucre, I say?" shout ed the Irish captain, raging at Winn's tacit snub. "Thousands of dollars, be dadl" Then with leering wink he turn ed to his half muddled satellites. "D'ye mind, lads? Ahl that for a plasther to wounded honor. Regular John Bull business over again. That's the English way of settlin a crim. con. case. How much did Barclay think it wurrth. Winn?" And the next instant he lay flounder ing on the floor, felled by a furious blow 1mm tbrt subaltern's fist (To be continued.) QUICKEST TIME EVER MADE. Commencing January 15, the Great Rock Island's "Colorado Flyer," leaving Topeka at 8:10 p. m. daily, will make connections at Colorado Springs with new fast trains to Salt Lake City and Portland, Oreg., arriving at Northwest Pacific Coast points thirteen (13) hours quicker and earlier than ever before. Only 70 hours to Portland, Org., from Topeka now. Think of It Mrs. C "I read In this paper that coffee was not known to the Greeks or Romans." Mr. C "I suppose they had cloves in those days, though." Tonkera Statesman. ftNCURABLE mi''"': Many diseases considered in curable are catarrh under other names. Simple catarrh in the head is called .fA incurable. Con- II lt AiimntlAn fa fta terrh of the 'II lunirs, and its victim is, . no Lsthelc 'i i in the snore ad- vanced stages; but great num bers of people die of consumption needlessly. It is certain that every phase of catarrh, including many cases of consumption, are cured by the right treatment. Pe-ru-na, Dr. Hartman's great prescription, attacks catarrhal diseases scientifically and cures them. Dr. Hartman explains it fully in his Looks which are mailed on application. Here is a letter from Mrs. Harmening, Mazo Manie, Wis., who is one of many cured of consumption by Pe-ru-na. She says: Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., Columbus, 0. Deab Sms:- "I cannot praise your remedy too highly. Last winter I had la grippe and hemorrhage of the lungs followed. All the doctors around here told me I had to die of consumption. 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(First published, January 25, 1899.) Notice to Holders of Bonds. In accordance with the directions of an act relating to the redemption of bonds Is sued to railroad companies, which took effect March ltf, 1887, 1 hereby give notice that the county of Ottawa, State of Kan sas, will, on the 8th day of March, 1899, at the fiscal agency of the State of Kansas, In the city of New York, State of New York, redeem the following described bonds is sued by said county of Ottawa, State of Kansas, to-wit: Numbers from (1) one to six (6) inclusive of one and six, issued January 1st, 1888, In aid of the Chicago, Kansas and Western Railroad Company. Each number being it self a bond for $1,000. Holders of said bonds are hereby notified that on the 31st day of March, lk99. said bonds will cease to bear interest, and they are hereby notified to present the same to the said fiscal agency of the State of Kansas, viz.: The National Bank of the Republic, of New York, N. Y., for redemption. O. H. SHEPHARD. 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The list of titles is laige and well diversineu, while in authorship the selections are all that could be desired. Our arrangement with the publishers enables us to offer complete and unabridged books, sent by mail, prepaid, for the trilling sum of 15c each. Address all orders to THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, TOPEKA, KANSAS. Notice Check" the volumes desired and inclose list, with cash or stamps, at the rate of 15c per volume. No. 1. Romance of Two Worlds Corelli 2. Won by WaltlnK Lyaix 3. Second Wife Marlitt 4. First Violin Fotheroii.l 5. Old Mamselle's Secret Marlitt 8. Her Girlhood Lover Clay 7. Foiled bv Love Clay 8. For the Term of Hit Natural Life. Clarke 0. Was She to Blame? Alexander 11. A Pair of Brown Eyes Clat 13. The Owl's Nest Makutt 14. That Fair False Woman Holmes 15. An Unwilling Bride Holmes 14. Thelma Oorblli 17. Luclle j.Meredith 18. Dodo Benson 1. Chaplain's Daughter Heimbuhu 20.. In the Depths Heimbuho 21. Hhlps That Pass In the Night. .Hashadkn 22. 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