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Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
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1. 1L Masov, Ticket Ag'i.
IV. S. KnKXAN.Uen I'm. Ag'U
Arrtrai nd Departara tJ. S. Mailt.
South boond mall cUi 1:30 p. rn.
South bound tn.nl I arrives p. ni.
North Wand mnll clones 130 p. ni.
North bound null arrive 2:31 p. tn.
Nlshl mulrs are clod at 8:39 p. m.
3foiey onler dpartrnpnt Hopon at
8 a. in. and cUtM.-d at 5 p. tn.
Oatec hours from 6 a. m. to 0 p. in.
Sunday from f) a. tn. to 10 a. m.
Joux S. IUmmek, P. 31.
Edo ah Sa.vdlis, Deputy.
Myrtl I-llt No K. of I.. ro.fU rery
llwuli; Dlrckt iX'. yi. II all omotila court
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MMi In ibrir hall on .ouia CVUo u-t. the
firat Sitarrtay nUki In cacti month, ou or be
Ion Uarull tarn.
II. II. ftow. Wortblifal Uiiltt.
a. n. 8iujwAi, iKrfunr.
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out. ra-rt In tlMir ball orr Wblttlnzton'a
tore tL firartb Thura-luT nlhtln neb month.
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A. II. StLLIMA, Secretary.
Anlmon Cml No. S3. Wooli.-i.ti ef the
World. rocrta In tliHr rornt at Whlf.ln-too
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la raeh roontb. VitlUoj ottrtlni lotltrd 10
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Ufttluf arerr UVIiimmUj, IJ p m. fbolr
vxttttti rrrr Yty rfroluic. 8 IS p. m.
J-a-llt.' AMSod'lx ttrrj Toh Iij altvmonual
lb church. 3 p. ni. Mils nj SikJiI iiimIId
.Trr Inrt'Ur nlcbt at lar DBonncrl raob
Lonl's dar nttlevri' mrctlnx SI rat l-orJ'
day In raau month. Alt ara conlUlly InTltcO
to all ifrrlrc.. I n Jtaon. Hap ertnSenJent
Bamlsy ncbooli Voln.y Jabnton, i'attor.
fimr llArrir Cncm u--l!rodwij fltrret.
6rtloea nrrj Honda? at II oj a. in. and S (U
p. m I'rajrcr mrrllnic Wlnrlj evriilnrt
at s o'clock flnndar iwbool at 10 a m. Choir
traetler Krtdar trrulno at S o"elock. c.
niiiblrfl.M. F..UT. O. II. Ilrnes, CKrk. U.
U. T.. Oleum, SoeriiCornrr llroilwij
ad Cbnrcb turret. I'rracblnf erj Hab-
... TO ALL POINTS . . .
Wagner Palace buffet sleeping Cars
, . . AND . . .
Free Reclining Chair cars
. . TO . . .
St. Louis, Kansas City
Jinking close connection with fast trains o
Kastorn and Northern Unas tor
Now York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Buffalo, Montreal and St. Paul.
The "Katy" now runs to ft. Louts ov t ltr
otvnmlfs. And la ttioonlycuntmaoLillnt
from Deep M at ir to
St, Louis, Kaasas City and tlannllinJ.
Information cheerfully furnlihod by
mmks iiAitin:n, w. a. cuusii,
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OLD PAPERS FOR SALE
G(ft TH1S lOFFlllLvltO
i rinertlnic 'cdnrdy errnlnp at 7:S0. Dan
day tcboo! rvrrr Sbbalh at 10 a. m Kp
wiirlh l.rajde, 3 p. m. N K. Law, l'sttor.
HUH AX WZATHER INDICATORS.
Trar-wzaumt cf JJrn.
Airritcr la Tirt American Jccrril cf
PfjxboJosj ry.ra!c tb iabjfd frora
Ub Ttew cf ocsBiaoa eoptrtenos tsd
prtseotj (oae fcu that axs itite.-t?:iB5
m "wtlJ m K-ftdirj In tbeir dircctatjM
"Tbo hcvl cf a factory ezapk7lo$
S.000 -KxcSnca Mid, 'We reeaoo that a
dinprealile day yields a boot 10 per
cent leas work tban a delightful day,
and o bsTO lbc to cocnt this aj a fa
tcr in cor profit and lost aecoont. Ac
ddents are mere ntuaeroai In factoriM
on laA days.
"A railrocvi man nerer propofci
chaa-n to his nperior If the treatber
is not propillotu. Fair days make men
accessible and graeroos and open to con
rider new problems faToraWy. Some say
that opinions readied in test webtbe?
states are safwt to inrtt on."
Other facta ate mentioned in the
psychical and pbyiolc-ica relaticos, as:
" Weather often afftcu losic aitd xaany
ms's moat rylloffiftlc ccoclnsioos are
t tried by hat and cold. The knee Jk
tetms proTtd to hare acother factcr. It
is Dot sOaae IX the eye, which yns's
the normal ttiiasiss in kbs, d.rk
vcalhcx, caoes other chasgca."
Tetspfnxaest Is a f andamestal factor
in teatitlTtstvs to atmospheric changes
that typ of it called the mental being
the mere intesxly affct4d, while the
bilioa type may exhibit by oomparifon
the more capridcas cr morbid lmpres
sioas, says The Phrtnc4o?ical Journal.
The mental manifestations, as a rale,
boirrrer, deptrsd npon the organism
primarily. If the culture is good that
is, tho faculties have been trained to
co-ordinate harmonious action, and tbo
elements that contribute torercnity and
Mrlf control hare been well dereloped
weather conditions will but operate
like other parts of the environment, and
self training will show adaptation, self
The "ntTTOos," excitable. Irascible
person is he who has not learned to con
tiol feeling and cxprttslcu, and it is he
who finds fault with his surroundings
and imputes uncanny conduct to them
That there are functional states of the
body that prcdif peso one to mental de
pression or exhilaration vo oro ready to
admit. A torpid liver, a chronio ca
tena, a rheumatic joint and even an
old corn may render one subceptible to
weather changes, tbo physical ailment
producing a ncrro reaction that is keen
ly felt at the spiral centers and may teat
tho spirit Mind, however, Is superior
to matter, or rather constituted for su
periority. Fairly organized, carefully
developed and trained, it will exhibit
that superiority by its poso and calm
ness in circumstances that are disagree
able or painful to the physical kente.
VERE BOUND TO PLAY POKER.
Ncwipapr Ilea Out cr Cull lnt Up Tticli
llralni Tor Stabrs.
Poker has teen played with every
thing from pea beans to a hundrtyl dol
lar bill, but perhaps tho meet curious
coinodity that was ever paswd about
over tho preen cloth occurred the other
night among a party of uowspapcr men.
Somebody suggested the evening
hours would pass moro quickly if all
hands indulged in the national game.
Every one woa willing, but when on ac
count of stock was taken it was discov
ered that thero was only about 1.80 in
tho crowd, and every ono objected to
pliiyiug for "wind." After a little dis
cutplon come oue had on Idea, which ho
put in these words; "Let s appoint a
committee of two as judges; then for on
hour let us each sit down and write
short stuff for tho Sunday paper. Every1
thing that tho committee agrees upon ai
being good enough to be printed shall be
accepted ns cath and enn bo paid in as
equivalent for staclc of chips."
This Idea met with instant favor, and
for an hour or moro nothing could bo
heard ill that room but silence. At tho
end of that time each oue produced his
quota of alleged interesting stories, and
tbo committee to which it was submit
ted, reading it all with n lenient eye,
passed nearly tho wholo lot
Then the gaino began and furnished
tho curious spectacle of men opening
jackpots for a quarter of n column and
nnteiug with a "stick," with n fixed
limit of n column, including tho head.
New Vork Herald.
Tho occurreuco of whnt is known as
ball ligl.tuiug is so raro that every in'
stnneo of it is of sonio interest The
London Lancet describes a narrow es
cape from death by this form of light'
ning, which was experienced by a dis'
tiliguished surgeon of Louvain, who hnd
gouo to visit a patient in a neighboring
town. Ho was overtaken by a thunder
storm, and what ho described as a ball
of flro dosccuded upon and rendered him
for some time unconscious.
On coming to himtolf he found that
tho cloth of tho umbrella which ho bad
been holding was completely burned off
its steel framework, tho metal being
twisted into overy shape. Ho attributes
his safety to tho circumstance that tho
umbrella had n woodcu handle. Had it
been of metal ho nr u.t have been instan
taneously killed. Chambers' Journal.
Drawlnc It line.
Owner of Raco Uorso (looking closely
nt pcules) Jillkins, you nro a trlflo over
weight. Can't you lighten yourself a
JllThlns (tho jockey) Got on my
llghteat suit, sir. Ain't ett a bito today
and 'avo just trimmed my fliiger nails.
Owner Well, go and get shaved.
Sir John Lublttck is authority for the
statement that n singlo bee, with all its
Industry, energy nud iiiuumerablo jour
neys, will not collect mora than a siuglo
teaspoouful of honey during a season.
Irish potatoes in a store, with a collar
ntider them, will stand a temperature
of 10 degree, and without a cellar a
euro temperature will uot butt them.
i One N orhtOn v.
Monday Night Nov. 26
Champion Lightweight of England,
aad hli reckIe-4 combination of pugil
istic Mars. A great cemMaaUon of
HARRY SLATTER, champion of i
PETER JACKSON, Jr HKitherB
any local man In his cfa whoill,Fun' P3' es, Laughter,
stand before him for fotir renmls. i
Don't Forget the date,
Monday Night Nov. 26;
SARCEVS FAMOUS DUEL.
Trt. NoUl rarUlaa Critic. Own Story of
At this moment appears a gentleman
whom all Paris knows and almost all
Parisians adore namely, Frandeqne
Sarcey. Knowing himself to be among
friends, ho talked freely. For half a
century nearly our great critic has held
tbo pen, at first timidly, end new ho
wields it with tmrrucstioned authority.
Liko most Parisian celebrities, ho was
born ia the province at Dourdan,
whero his father kept a school after the
fall of the first Napoleon ditfolred the
army in which tho elder Sarcey had in
sisted on enlisting in epito of his excess-,
ivo nearsightedness, transmitted to his
son. There Saxcey'n parents toiled with
varying fortunes, and thence Frandsque i
took his flight for Paris and walked
firmly in tho footprints of tho late Jules!
Janin, who also devoted his Ufa to,
dramatic criticism. Ho makes an idol of
tho drama. He lives for his work. He re
spectfully considers dramatio criticism
an art and uot a trade, nnd perhaps for !
that reason is the greatest critical an-1
thority In France.
He told ua of his duel with Hector
Poesard, the musical critic and comio
opera compoftr, who is a very charming'
man, by tho way. Sarcey, in 1805,
wroto a scathing attack on Glrardln'i
paper, La Liberie Emilo de airardin
objected on principle to duels to the'
editorial staff, considering their literary
stylo insnlted by Sarcey, drew lots at toi
who would call him out and kill him if j
possible. Tho lot fell on Pec sard. Now,
Pehsnrd nnd Sarcey wcro great friends, i
but it was necessary to obey the call of I
honor, so Pcseord sent tho challenge,
which Sarcey accepted with dignity. 1
Thn adversaries took off their coats and I
vests apd faced each other, swords in
hand, when, lol the four seconds took to
squabbling over eomo detail. Tho dis- j
puto w&i long and ferocious, and the
two adversaries fell into conversation, '
swnd In band.
Quoth Pessard I am frozen. Would
yon mind if I put on my coat?
Sarcey A good idea. We can kill
each other later.
Pessard Let mo tell yon, my deai
Sarcey, how greatly I admiro your tal
ent Sarooy I can say tho samo to you,
but why arowo going to killoach other)
Pessard I don't quite know. It
seems you grossly insulted mc, nnd if 1
do not succeed in killing you that you
must certainly slay mo in expiation.
Sarcey (meditatively) I do not re
member having insulted you, but it you
say so I supposo it is true.
In the meantimo tho four second!
were quarrollng furiously. Ono gentle-1
man was shaking bis fist in his oppo
nent's face nr J another was brandish-
lug his riding whip, whereupon Sarcej i
suddenly burst out laughing and said: 1
"Come, Peosard, let ua separate- our
seconds, and then, instead of cutting!
each other's throats, wo will go and!
bavo soino breakfast"
Which was no sooner said than done,
and tho two duelists have been fast
friends ever since. Paris Letter in
EXCURSIONS FOR SCHOOLS.
A Form of Instruction Kcarcrly Vet Known
In Till. Country,
Among tbo methods of instruction
scarcely yet known In our country, but
long established in Germany, is the
Fchool excursion. Indeed, while to the
uninitiated this measure may ba regard
ed as no less than revolutionary, it ii
nevertheless true- that excursions from
two to three weeks in duration were un
dertaken by Salzmonn with tho pupils
of his school at Schncpfeiitbal, in Thur
inglo, when Washington was president
of tho United States. Since the close of
tho last century tbo school excursion, in
ono form or another, has been growing
in popularity in Germany, and today
it forms a regular featuro of perhaps tba
majority of tho elomeutory schools of
Tho school excursion offers tho inotl
favorablo opportunity for introducing
tho child into many branches of knowl
edge, for tho reason that, by means of
outings, tho pupil may bo brought in
direct contact with various phases cf
nature and tho works of man. And in
deed the locality is exceptionally unfa
vorable wbero an abundance-of material
may not bo found for instructing the
child in geography, history and the
In Germany this broad study of the
environment is recognized as u distinct
branch of knowledge, known ns du
hoimathsk-undo (homeology), and si
such is included in tho curriculum ct
tho firtt three years of tho elementary
schools. Or. J, AI. Rico lu Forum.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Tuesday, Nov. 21.
The Charming Soubretto,
and her clever company.
"Is Marriage a Failure?"
The latest successful comedy.
tS Secure your seats early.
RIDE ON THE
Holiday Excursion to
the Southern States.
Dec. 20, 21,22nd. '94.
GULF COLORADO & SANTAFE BY.
Will sell excursion
for the round trip, lim
ited to 30 days.
Choice of Routes.
For particulars see
nearest Santa Fe
Write IoWTaTtu ley ,
T. P. A. Dallas, Tex.
W. S. Kerman,
The Quickest Time
slORTH AND SOUTH TEXAS,
Solid Vestibuled Train
Boone's Arena of
Ardmore, Thursday, Friday,
NOV. 22, 23.
Tho largest collection of trained
animals in tho world.
Col, E. Daniel BoonE
with their heard of fierce Nubian
Lions, the most sensational act of the
A cotorlc of European trainers
handling Dears, Tigers, Dogs, Goats,
Monkeys, Hogs Ac. In tricks too nu
merous to mention.
Don't fall to see
tho most celebrated Lion living, who
killed his keeper at tho mid-winter
lair, aan i rancisco, Feb. 13th Just.
fSr Admission 25, K) cents,
i Two performances dally.
T. H. Parker, Jeweler.
A Splendid Business Will Ba th
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