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At Allahabad li a magnificent matt oleum surmounted hj three marblo domti, wherein Johantfr. the ancient Korcrnor of the country, ana hi two lone alwp their last sleep, l'orypnm this tomb hnn been deserted and aban dond, but recently some IlnRllsh of ficers of the Allahabid garrison con ceived tho Idcn of turning it into n billiard saloon, nnd accnrdlnty had thn Interior decorntrd nnd lighted by elec tricity, nnd Installed n splendid billiard tabid. Soon tho remans of poor Jo nlmglr wilt tremble with fright nt tho joyoua ahouta of laimhter which ills turb their ropogo. Oonorn Ln Suisse. 'Mr. Ilooli-y" Crmtc.a (llrl. The nutbor of the fnmotta "Mr. noo ley," Flnloy P. Dunne, haa Joined tho literary force of Tho Indies Homo Journal, nnd will create tills fnll In that ntngazlno n new character. cn''i "Molly Donaliuo: who lives acrosa the street from An.nrrlnr lilt Own Qnrttlon. Itev. Cortland Myera haa Just pub lished, thntigh n New York firm, a lit tle book entitle'. "Why Men Do Not do to Church." nnd It brlnga up a rasagoat-arma which occurred be tween him and (lenornl Horace 1'orler at n Washington's birthday banquot givan In New York. The olorKyman was called upon for n speech, and. getting warmod up In his subject did not notlro tho flight of time until hn was called lo llmo by tho presiding of ficer. Ho looked at his watch nnd saw that hn had taken an hour. althotiRh tho speakers had been limited to fif teen mlnuts. Ho apologised to tho nudlcnco and romarltod: "Over In Brooklyn I am necustomod to speak for n lone time to my ooiiRreRntlon, nnd I often take two hours." nenaral Porter wan the next speak er, nnd ho opened his nddresa by say Inn' "Tho explanation bv our rover- Mr. Dooley." liar eren- .anil friend elvea n comnlotn nuswer to tor says that Molly Is a bright, pretty that hitherto mysterious question why girl of nineteen, who has nmbltlnna Hrooklyn people refuso to natron lo for tho groat world of woman's olubs, Browning societies, golf cltigs, wom an's rights orgnnlzatloni, and thn "high-toned liternry and social life" whloh thrives on "tho ellto sldo of Chi .cago." Her mother nnd brother sym pnthlr.o with her. but her father, who works In tho mill. Is hard to doal with In that ho will Insist on sitting nt la bio In his shirtsleeve nnd In his Blocking feet. "Mr. Dooley" Is the famlly'H most Intlmnte friend and Is called upon frequently to run across nnd set tnnttera straight. Tim lint Prrer-rlptlon for ClittU and rarer la a bottle o( timivs'M TA.vrat.Hw OniM, Toxio. It la Dimply Iron ami qulntna Inn tatteluaa form. No euro nopoy. l'rlee.Wa. An Industrious man should bo given employment. lion's TliUf Ws offer Ono Hundred Dollar reward for any caaonf Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall i Catarrh Corn. 1'. J. OilltNRY A CO.. Prop.. Toledo, a We, Ui6 umlprilanisl, bnra known P. J. Cbenei tor the lat U year and boilers him perfectly honorable In all builneaa Irurmcllort. and financially ulilo to carry out anyobtlra- won inauo uy mmr una. their churches. WMilt'rniir WhnloMolo DrurvliU. Toledo. O.i raiding. Klnnan h Marvin, Waojeaalo Urulu, 'Kiledo. Ohla . llalVa Catarrh euro la take Internally, act- lag directly upon tho blood nnd mueoua auraeM of tho nraleuk ToallmonlaU aunt free. Pries no per beltls. Hold by all ilriiMl i s rum i ri Uall'i I tir all ilrua-aitU. fills are the beiL beno- A progressive man la truly a factor. Do Ynnr Vtri Arha and IlnrnT Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for tho fset. It makes tight or Now Shots fool Easy, Cures Corns, Ilunlons, Swollen, Hot and Owtatlng Feet At all Druggists nnd Shoe Stores, 25c. Samplo sent FIIK& Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lett or, N. Y. Do nil tho good you can; you will be tepald, Until a l tltrnrnlnn Itatr. lloston. Mnas. One nnd one-third fnro for tho round trip, on tho cor iirieale plan. Account of tho Farmers' Natlonnl Congress to bo hold nt llos ton, Oct. 3 to C. Cincinnati, Ohio. Ono llrst-olaaa standard fnro for tho round trip, Oct. 10 nnd II, limited for return to Oct S3. Account of National Convention of tho Chtlstlnn church. Austin, Toxns. Ono fnro for tho round trip, Oct. 17, limited for return Oct. 21. Account of Stato Convention United DniiRhterii of tho Confodornoy. Dallas, Toxas. Special low excur sion rates from Sept. 20 to Oct. 22, with varlotiit limits, according to rate. Ac count of Toxaa Stato Fair nnd Dallas Exposition. Sco local tlckot agent for full Infor mation. The Improvements that nro being made to the llaltlmnro and Ohio South Western rnllroad between Park ersburg and Bast St. loul aro being pushed rapidly to completion. Sev enteen thousand tons of 85 pound steol rails havo been placed In tho track, and thero nro still 25,000 tons to come, delivery being delnyed on no count of rush of orders nt the mills. Tho company haa also put In 126 miles of gravel ballast and expects to get out 200 miles moro during tho season, and It la hoped by Fall that tho track will rank aa tho best In tho west. A groat many grada reductions nnd changes In lino aro also being mndo botween Cincinnati nnd St. Louis. Tho purpose la to mnko n uniform one-halt of one per cont grade botween Cincin nati and St. Iouls, as well aa to elimi nate n large amount of objcctlonnble curvature. At one point, for Instance, tho line la to bo shortonod n mllo nnd a half, SCO degroca of curvature elimi nated and soven bridges abandoned. Does vourhesd ache? 1'alnbackot yourcyes? Dad taste In yourmouth? Ij'o your liver I Aycr's Pills aro liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 25c. All drupels!. Warn ur iiiuiiiUcho or lnl a bvauutut htflwn bf ilrli IttackV Thin ma BUCKINGHAM'S DYE O era l4t M 14, Act well your others' conduct. pnrt regardless of Iluslncss Is often slow, but Interest doublo quick. Chess, llko life, requires a great many moves. DIT8 OF HUMOn. A small boy says the first nation on earth la vaccination. Money mnkes tho mare go, but rail way oniclals prefer to run trains on time. The man who takes his whisky straight usually takes his walks other wise. Talk must bo tho equivalent of money, otherwise gossip wouldn't gain currency so easy. He- "Was It n high fever your hus band had?" 8he"U'oll. we didn't think oo until the doctor sent In his bill." E3 Most everybody knows something about Old Virginia Cheroots as 200,000,000 of them arc being smoked this year. Ask anybody about them, if you have never smoked them yourself. They have made their own reputation and their own place in the cigar trade, wholly on their merits. Three good smokes for five 2 cents, and no waste I Two hundred million Old Virginii Cbsrooti smoked this yetr. & g Aik your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. tag 3 m W. Lo DOUGLAS S3 & S3. 50 SHOES Werlh 4 to It eowaarHwth ainar riih. Inrinn.d liyTr 1,000.000 nearer. ALL IIMHCRS. ALL tlYLSS TIIK SIU'KK kilt n. U D-.tlw Take M mUiiuu flliJ lo,ltw4. MntHkrrt Mil ORMANrr:;,v,ir ptr (uflm ..lary aau an tNw PASTUnE AND FAflM, It u S4 M M rtwM In IM Bin UfinCC for fall n llitiii n bm. w Will IWHl iuu aMlroa rIMu(pilt. KUK kind ai ittlb. t'ta o4 widiu. pun vc tap wo- f.aitklnsua A free. W. L D0U0LAS SHOE CO.. BtecMow. Mill. BARTERS INK A . AUfont If jour dealer liiin't It he esn gel II eaaiiy llCilclnLyc(letyolrPlRllot, rbNulUllUDOUBLE QUICK Wflts CAPT. O'PAURDIX, Pi.ln Ar.t, I41S New Ysrk Aveaue. WASIIINqTON, D.C. niitcr to Geit nr lalr.aiiMi.tf n, , fuutU In Itil. cvutitre TartlcuUra FltBI la Irrigable. c u, inul avw., ru.iiiutu, in ivikvii;. Tomaloes are atllt on the market Cotton la rolling In to market rap- Idly. Tho cotton aarulval nt dclvart was auoeen. Corn Mils nt ltmpnsas at 20 eonts per Intelisl. Rtock shipments nro eommenelng nt Carlsbad, N. M. Tho Iloerno 1'ost reports a good rain In Konddalt county. beo tree nnd left tho flro burning, raunlng tho damage. Bterllug, Midland and (llasscook counties havo had good rains. Heavy shipments of oflltle will 1m mndo from Wyoming this month. Home spring ontvea In Moore county linvo been contracted for nt 117.80 n head. Kino rains havo fallen In Hnrtloy county, onotigh to onsuro n good crop of winter grass. Tho ilar V ntnnh sold to A. Page of Clarendon 100 bond of young ateors. Tho prlco wra withhold. Flro on tho Iltistln ranch on Ilrndy creek burned four seetlona of grass, near Ran Angolo. A boo hunter cut Forest fir or In Indian Territory havo driven large numbers of deer, wild tur key nnd other gnmo across Hod river. The recent rain In Dlokcns county haa made tho country look green again nud haa glvon somo supply of surface water. A flouring mill with a capacity of 200 barela ft day Is to bo built nt Tay lor, and will bo ready to handle next year's wheat crop. Tadlock & McCormlok of Blooming drove, havo bought 100 head of Hill county ateors to put on fool nt tholr oil mill. Tho prlco paid was 32.S0 por head. lo and ltd (lood of Fort Worth havo bought from O. C. Horndon of Bhrovo- port, Ln., 1100 two and threo-ycar-rld steers for Kovrmbor delivery; terms private. A stalk of June corn, measuring 1(1 fcot, waa exhibited a few daya ngo at Hearne. It wns grown In the overflow ed Ilrnzos bottom, nnd was planted Juno 12. A. O. Mills sold his ranch ln tho upper part of tho Concho valley, to gether with 7000 head of sheep, to Chief Justice Mills of Ins Vegas, nnd dov. Otero of 8nntn Fe. D. K. (Irublll, who ranches In Kd- wards county, sold 768 bond of Uvntdo county stock cattle to Cloudt llros. of Kimble county, nt $H, with CO calve thrown back in the bunch nt $5. 13. I.. MoMullnii of Bcurry county, sold 100 Pollod cattle tn Mr. Fnwuett, of Scurry county, nt $20 around. Ho nlto purchased 100 yearling stoer csIvm from Mr. Fnweett nt f 12 around lllghteeii cars of foodor slews from tho Han Angelo county. be longing to (leo. Blinpaon of Htephena county, were received at Corsleana by tho Hilens lira. Sunday and wrre put on foeil. It I'. Ilumar of (lalneavllle. will feed 10,000 to 12.0C0 cnttle nt the oil mill In that city this fall, and Is buying 100,000 bushels of corn us a iwrt of this feed, lie will have a oorn-crushsr with n oapaolty of 2S00 bushels 11 day. Cmiuty Farm Superintendent McNeil of Williamson county lost one of his t oa 111 of ponies from blind staggers. cnuiod, he thinks by oatlng smutty corn. Ho snys tho grief of the pony's mate whs pitiful nad utmost human In Its Intensity. The dead nul...al waa 25 years old nnd Its mate is 26. They flourish i-egardlcss of the drouth. Hosting oars, Mexican June corn, nro plentiful In tho Hmltbvlllo market at ton cunts a dozen. Thla corn sprouted nnd mntured practically without n drop of rain. The stuff seems to grow and 'lourlih regardlosfl of the douth. It. 1). A. Andrews of Aretier county, owns 309 -native graded Durham stock cattle, which ho Is feeding, nnd con templates selling ns soon ns the mar ket Justifies. Tho latest wheat crop ultimate by the department of agriculture ac counts for a grand total of 43,7&000 acre and 11 production of 107.t0l.000 bushels against OTC.090,000 bushels pro. dueetl In itW. This la an estimated de crease of 1TT.IM.0M bushels eonttwred with last year. (lev, Bayers has Instructed the attor ney general to bring stilt against par ilea who have enalwod and are oeeupy i!ng llloek I. containing about 10,000 aer&a of university land, on tho Illo (Irande, tn Kl Paw county. The land iVnnlng n Hflmol Trxrhrr. "Yes," said n young mnn. ns ha threw himself at tho feet of thn pretty schoolmistress, "I lovo you, aad would go to the world s end far you. "1011 could not no to the end of too world for me, James Tho world, or earth, as It Is called. Is round like n lmlt, slightly flattened nt the pole ono or tho first lossona In olomontnry geography Is devoted to the shnpo of 1110 gione. You must hnve studied It when you were n boy." "Of eourso I did. but" "And it Is no longer a theory. Clr cumnnvlgatara have established tho fact." "I know, but what I mount waa that I would do anything to ploaio you. Ah, Mlnervn, It you know tho nohlng void " "Thorn Is no such thing ns n void, James. Nature abhora n vacuum. Hut, admitting that thero could bo such n thing, how could the void you apeak of be n void It there were an nrho In It ' "I meant to say that my llf will be lonely without you; Hint you aro my dally thought nud my nightly dream I would go anywhere to bo with you It you woro In Australia or nt thn north pole, 1 would lly to you. I ' "Ply! It will b another century be fore men ran (ly. ltveii when the laws of grnvltalou nro mircosefiilly over come, thoro will still remnln, nays n Into scluntlflc authority, the difficult) of maintaining a balance " "Well, nt nil ovents!" exclaimed tho youth, "I've got 11 pretty fnlr balance In the bank and I want you to be my wlfo. There!" "Well. JniiieH. since you put It In thnt light, I " Curtnln. Wlchltn Itaglo. PRAGT1CAL MELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN To-day's strnlght rule may be wnrped to-morrow. There nro a great number of popu lar fallacies. Men have organizations; bnvc management. His sntanlc tnnjoaty smllcn diabolically when somo nion their tax returns. women most make TUB Ills ot women ovcrsnnaovr tnolr whole lives. Some women aro constantly getting- medical treat ment and nro never well. "A woman best understands women's-Ills,' nnd tho women who oonsult Mrs. I'lnklinm 1ni In hor counsel praetloal assistance Mrs. Pinkhnm address is Lynn, Mans. Mrs. IStAngL Goon, Corractionvillc, In., telts how Mrs. Pinkham saved licrllfc. Bhosays: " I oannot thank you enough for whnt your mcdlclno hasdono forme. 1 onn reoommonJ It ns one of the host medicines on oarth for nil women's ills. I suffered for two yonrs with foinnle weakness nnd at last became bedfast. Three of our best doctors did mo no good so I concluded to try Lydln B. Plnklintn's Vcgctablo Compound, Af tor taking- & few bottles of your medicine, I was nolo to do nil my house work. I know thnt your medicine rnNcd me from a bed of sickness nnd pcrhnps death, and nm very thankful for whnt it hna done for me. I hopo that ovcry ftiffcrinp; woman may bo per suaded to try your medicine." Get Mrs. Finkliain's advlco ns soon ns you begin to bo puzzled. Tho sick hoadnchca nud dragging uensation enmo from n curnblo ouubo. Wrlto for help as soon as they np. pear. Mks. Doj.r, Stanley, Cnmpbe llsbttrg, Ind., writes: Dbak Mrs. Pinkham I wns troubled with sick headache and wan so weak and nervous, I could hardly go. A i rioud called upon mo ono evening nnd recommended Lydla K. Pliiklintn's Vegctnblo Compound, saying that sho know thn: it would cure me. I then sent for your medicine nnd after tnking flvo bottles of it, I was entirely cured I ntinct i-ni-i (t pnotifh." Tli lU lnn Win Prlzo fighting mny not bo a pleasant subject but It tenches a lesson the In ability of man to hold tho champion ship for any length ot time. How un like thnt great champion or health. Hoatottnr'a Stomach Hitters, which haa for fifty years cured contslpatlon. dys pepsia, biliousness nnJ liver trouble. A sonndal mouger should be care fully avoided. FlPTY CENTS FOn NOTHINO. What will the Inventive brain ol man do next? Tills Is n question some one asks almost dally, Thero la one, though, who leads all others, who for a quarter of a century hns boon mnklng fine laundry starch, and to-day Is of fering the public the finest starch ever placed on tho market. Ask your grocer for n coupon book which will enable you to get tho llrst two pac1.nt.eu of this new starch. "HKU CROSS" (Initio mark brand), also two children's Slmkosiiearo pltluros, paint ed In twelve benutlful colors, nntural ns life, or tho Twentieth Century GUI Cal endar, nit absolutely free. All gro cors are authorised to give ten large packages of "It HI) CItOBB HTAIKMI " with twenty of the Shnkospearo pie turos of ten of the Twentieth Century Olrl Calendars to the first five purchns ora of tho "I.N'DI.ICSB CHAIN STAHCII HOOK." This Is 0110 of the greatest offer ever made to Introduce "HUD CHOSS" laundry starch, J. C. Hublnger's latest Invention. MAMMOTH sis JFSHS iK aV s Pfek 156-158-160 f f0 W MAWiOH iT- 1 CHICAGO. ) In Time of Sunshine How prune mankind others' troubles. Is to derldo Art ru t'aliBT Allmi'a I'linl-HfliaT It Is the only euro for Swollen, Kmnrtltig, Uurnlng, Sweating Feet. Torna and Iluulons. Ask for Allen's Foot-Kaac, a powder to bo shaken Into (ho alioes. At nil Druggists nnd Snoo Htorcs, 2&c. Hamplc sent I'ltKi:. Ad dress Allen 8. Olmsted. Ultoy, N. Y. Worry Is frequently of Insanity. the forerunner 1 A Vrrr lut Itrutim, . Wlpps Why does Wlttlcus enjoy drinking In his own Jokes so much? 1 ONpps Ilecause they nearly all I have a whisky flavor. Waives are said to be numerous In Ijijini count. They were driven thero v Indian Territory flees No Cum .No rjr Is tho way Kiniii.bv's Kvk Rai.vk is sold. Chronic ami Hrnnulated lids cured tn DO days; ooiiimon wiru ayus in 3 days, or mohoj hmV for tho ask Ug, fc'old by all druggists, or by mail, box. J, P. llAVTr-.it. Ucuulur. Toxas. . Facta that take well aro not numer ous. Au Orfrr llrrllrnsl, . "Now, Mr. Ileefy." coldly said thf jiandsomo young widow who was do ing her own marketing, "while I am fully conscious ot the honor you wlah to confer upon me. 1 must tell you that ' I havo no present Intention ot marry-; ing again, nud nm, therefore, rompell- ed to refuse tho offer of your hnnd." , "Ilub-bub-but mum." stammered the astonished butcher, "I have never offored you my hand, nnd ah " I "Then why ore you trying to weigh , It on the Rcaltw with the moat. sir? ISpare MowettU. Iive, alas, is too often won by lucre. A contented mind Is something to be proud of. Prenare for Rain. Our Faclll tloo aro such that wo aro enabled quoto No. tlO. Lullct' rtcrat Cipo XUrUlnloli Ceil. mid. ol lilith riailc ileubla Irilnia waol cithmer. In nay Mua m Hack, II11M tlircuglioul rllli linry fii.i. iuiiirtiilouiia. I lraitr.t ileHclilLI. rn. Willi . hue f..il liiman. Intiiil v-il fc" Ml rollar, Olia pl.ll In tiaikt nrw .liana iklil wild una out- pricos tnat ,1,1, ;... t0 .now nrrrt 10 always in torost econom ical buyers. Our goods aro tho trust- worthyltind ilm. nerli.l: bullcnlioli I am Wfiik.il nllfi illk anil all tram, ilionitljr i.wr.l Tin in.nufaclui.r'a Kuar.nira for mm. tatLfactlon .tamlt ba. k tf rctf narmrnl; Ihl. ri upl. Willi ilia way down price wo nam. iliMiUI Mill, all it. utii aa I. , ilia alu. A kociI Mackln Intli I. a ! In mnciil, wlirira. a por en It nn n j II. 11 wn aw.r. tlur tli.ng tH.inl. air l.i.rllral kni Klriiaa InJI UlWiiyu qu.miiirt al Ilia li.we.l coll nlln fltln- l.iur., iIi.m ailvantitt. a nl llir.i. inai klnlo.hr will fio In 1 ) 11 lioui lain and Uii't l,ra ami lv. bail ol laiular Urn. Kiiva ji, j, j. to anil ' Incliaa teat, no lai.r 1'ilco faction. Our valuos aro tho un-approach-nblo kind that novcr can bo reached clsowhcro. $3.45 OUR HMm CATALOGUE I In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to partly pay postage or exprcssagc, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. Is allowed on first purchase amounting to $1,00 or above. m POMMEL JuJuit SL-ICKER. knin m.f an HJ4-1 pi l!lydiyin Ih. Iiardrtl i..,m Sul.muutoiii juarp.jnl Ami if taaflUh Utanj I'unin.llKkcr -iiia.niiitivn.w If eif.it mm in your town, wi it., for atiMiri.. lo A J TOW I II hoti.. AUm m 1000 NEWSPAPERS Are now talog cur International Type-High Plates Hauerj to LAB0R-SAVIN3 I.EHBTHS, Thy will lavs tlrn In lour rciropoaUif rnotu aa Ibcjr run bo bandied Ten quicker than Ijrpa- Noaitra t barae la uada fur a .ag plates to abort IbUi hernia trial urdtr to Una iirilco ana be ran fibred- WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION. DALLAS, TEXAS. : PATENTS g 1 a(UBUiUllr aallu a. ii a. it i cr.r. f.lMII IHtfMJ.Vtla tfUi II aauiiiaiiuaBDu ".taioa aa4BwSraia Soiraaip. TDR. MOFFETT S 1 eethinA CTecthlng Powders.) JUL Costa only 25 Cents. If not fonni at Your Drucelsl's. mall 55 cenls ta n i xirtCGCTT lur r c. t kit- (Vlien j, j, mwn ij t 1 1 iYi wn ju awuuioi tviu Josucrlsfj Adertlsemeats Klsdl Meatloa Tbls 1'sptc Wt Will refund te him, Price, 69 cents. Sold by All Druggist. IF IT FAILS Go to your mer chant nud get 111 MONEY Ml VAN VLEET-MANIFIELD DRUG CO., MEMPHIS, TENN.