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Ladies' & Gents'
At greatly reduced prices
WEBSTER & BRISCOE,
io.3 () Street.
MAX MEYER & BRO.
122 Booth Twelfth Street,
M. HANDS, MmuiKor
Hosiers 111 Visli gnidi Plnnim: Tho timdnrd
Hlclmtitv.f Htiii.- riili'krrliix 111M KiiiiIm A l'o.
llii'rli'Kiint llflir lis-s. A l'o. nml Viwn .1 Kun.tho
durable .liunes M. Hn.ir .v Co., tin o-letirntrd
Morv .V Clark orKnltK. IMimos fold on Install
meals or fort' wli. Old Intiriiiiii'iitH litsoii In ex
clmnKO. An InWtntlon extended to all to exam
liietlio.se liKlriinn'iilH iiiul got prices Hint yon can
not get lttll(ri.
HAGENOW & ASGHMANN,
OtVicc,KooinK 139 nml 140 Uurr Mock.
J. II. W. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AUD SUPERINTENDENT,
Irom April 1, 13):,
.'ted or lit course of erection
Ihisliioss block. 0 V. onlRonierr, I H J ?j
0:0 do t. W lUIIVniTHley, lltli wvir N.
KesUiurant (.Ouvlls) 0 B Montgomery, N near
Resilience, J J Inilioff, J and Wth.
da J 11 Mttofarlftiul, g nml 1 Ith.
tlo Jolui Kelininif, 11 iiiul Ulll
do Albert WiltkhlS. iK't PtU Al.il 10th.
do Win M Uoimnl, Bltet nth and 10th.
do K itnutiirio.irnn mm n.
do J K 1U-.nI, M I), V bet liUh mul irth.
do I. ( M Hnldwhi. (I lHt lNIt mul 18th.
Rniiltnrlitm ImlMInz nt Mllford, Neb,
Hit: ltnptlst church, Itth mul K streets,
ortnnry eluljl mil roojlvlii to.uh ut Wyulcn
Olllco . Rooms IK! iind'H
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS - 2
AtchUon, Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Kansas
City, St. Louis and all points South,
linst ami West.
The direct Hue to Kt. Scott, Parsons,
vVIchltn, Hutchinson and all principal
points In Kansas.
The only road to the Great Hot Springs
of Arkansas. l'tu.M.w Si.r.iJii:us and
Fur.u Rixt.iNiNi; CiiAin Caks an all
H. G. HAM, R. P. R. MILLAR,
City Tkt Agent, Gen'l Agent.
Cor. O and nth Sts.
twns and operates fi.500 mllCR of itiorniigbly
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It Is tho Host Direct itouto uoiwcjii an tu
Prluclpal l'oluts In tho Northwest, Southwest
ml KurWcst. . ,
Kor mnps, tlmo tables, rates of passago nnd
rrclght, etc., apply to nearest station agent pi
OHIOAOO, Mll'wAUKKK A HT. l'AUI. HAIL
WAY, or to any Hallroad Agent nnywhoro la
iWl'tflSll. A. V. II. OAIlI'KSTKIt.
aencrnl M'g'r. Oen'l 1'ass. ATUt Agt.
J. 1 TUOKlht. OKU. II. II BAl'I'OKU,
Asf'. Oon' Mgr. Asst. 0. 1. A 1. Agt.
nr-Vaz Information In reference to .nnds
ml l'owim owned by tho Chicago, Mllwiiti.
luo A Ht. 1'uul Hallway e-oiii ini Jf t
U IlAuaAN.I.and ComniUstoncr.Mlllwaultto
ADVICE TO AUTHORS.
Njo tllvcn n IVtr 1'olnts Ills IturU-
TI10 following letter, written In n nervous,
rtiiuicd linml, 011 nn empty stomach, with
red Ink, was received niiiio mouth ago, hut
politic nml other mattrm of greater Import
iineo, yleldliiK more money thmi literature,
Imto crowded out mi curlier reply, I do not
uo tho full mime, which is Unit of a young
woman, I Judge, At lciut, her lint immo I
Jennie, mid, in iiem ly as 0110 limy lie 11I1I0 to
approximate one's ago hy simply knowing
onu's inline, I should say (lint slio mm 110
doiilit til carsof ago 011 the 1st day of last
Ilcuinouir Minn Aug H IfKV-DwnRm-WIII
you ilen to tell 1110 lint HonM ho tlio prlco foriv
Kood mIc1 hook not loliirpi nor not terry munll
noir thin It .lint one Mint I lmo commenced to
wrltomytelfmiil I think It UkoIiik to Ik n terry
Kod 0110 rieiiNlotell Inu uheru I could j:et It
irtnted nml nlmi nil )oii know nhoutltnN I mil
terry proud of IhN linn pleiM ho no Mud n to not
uieiiHlon Dili Inclined llnd Hump for n unimucr
pleim to ohlcdgo inu I mil Yourt truly Plciwlo
ndiliVM It lo 1110 nt HI Vincent In enro of Mr
Tho'u llnmn nit I not hero now Yoiii-m HI1011M 1
ttrllnlt 011 IkiIIi Rlile-tof tho p.ierlt Im'Iiik ihijoii
enn tenr It out mid turn It oter I' R Tlio iiuinn of
It U Tho Tolly of lilnckcyeil Nell
Tlio Kecond Daughter
Tho llrcnett nirt.
HoplyhiK to thl Ions neglected letter, 1
Mould Kit hrlellv, jit miccinctly nml oven
tersely, tluit much would depend uhiii t Iiu
tizoof tholKMili. Thero Is u trciueiiilouncall
thin ictKoti for nn clht oimco hook, with
smiill llcckH of fonin 011 It.
Con you urlto meli it boo!; I Can ton
tvrlto a liool; full of Implied mid (xprccd
pnwlonl Can you churn up tho preut depths
of lium.'Ui iiuturu mid nhorten tho loiij,'lnt;
which 0110. limy Imvo for another henrt
neuliikt which to throlil C1111 you do tills
mid ktlll n on with your primiiry studies nt
lluiulioldtl ('1111 you preparo nuch it work
mid still pet your .clllii Ichhis every day f
I do not know why you should Imvo 10
ferro.1 the niatter to me, howotcr. I would
rut her ivfniln from clviu;; mlvleo In uinttcrH
of llternturo nn a Kcucritl thin);, for 1 mu not
lUfRiilnr littciatcur. 1 could not ttrito a
hook nhout '"Tho llrcnett lMrt" to wivo my
life. WtitniR pnhxionato thlnH In red ink,
on lioth Mile, I regard as a ylft, 1 cannot
I oneo puhllihcd n work In two volumes
which Mild well and Is still meeting with an
excellent nalo hoth In this country mid In
I!uroK It was aloo well received hy tho
critics; nt lead uohody said nnythlue; ills
pnrnRliie; of It, and it has helped many a 0110
to ikiks a pleasant otcnlne;, as I know. It
consisted of two large volumes of history,
lielng a history of tho war, in two volumes.
Htruck v 1th tho wonderful paucity of war his
tory, 1 prepared th(so two volumes In neat
lilack and gold iimsllu and liovclcd hoarils.
When closed tho work ttns oriinmcutal, ami
when oonod It hocamoa liackgammou Ixiard.
Wliero others had lieen In tho hahltof put
ting word painting, and Octolicr luuo, and
tho odor of crushed watermelon, and tho lull
of liehig miles and miles away from tho iwr
cuts of 0110 you deeply lovo mul tt ho Is w ith
you In tho heart of tho forest mid alt that, I
did not put anything at all. Whero 11 mod.
em author might Imvo written things which
might havo caused tho rather rpicHtionnhlo
career of Don Juan, by contrast, to read llko
tho loves of a 1 now mini, I Just left tho reader
to insert his own wicked thoughts ns ho went
along. In this way, mid by reinforcing tho
corners by means of zluu shanks 011 tho In
flio, I knew that t lieu tlio critics jumped on
It they would not hurt It,
To this I attribute what llttlo literary sue
cess I may havo attained, and that Is tho rea
son I speak of it to you. Hut times aro
chancing mul you mud keep up with tho
times. Bee, for Instance, how tho smut has
been eradicated from comedy and humor,
and how It has lieen gently but llrmly re
tained by romance. Kvcu tho bright but
doubtful jokes of war times, twenty years
ngo, could not (hid n placo In print or on tho
itngo now, and further hack than that wo
llnd many, many llttlo lion mots which could
only Iw found now In a congressional com
mlttco room or a lato novel.
I congratulato comedy, Jennie, and I am
sorry for you literary people, ilut you
can do just as you think best. If you
aro writing a book for tho market, you
havo got a good subject. It conveys tho idea
of just enough wickedness so that, if projierly
bundled, tho book will bo very much talked
aliout and therefore bold in great (pmnt It lea.
I sincerely Iiohj that your uamo will soon bo
a household word and that your book will
not only bo 11 great success hero in Now York,
but that every farmer in Minnesota will bo
using it on his potato bugs nest summer.
lllU Nyo in Now York World.
A Dihcrlmliiutlto Taste.
Tom was ivndlng a book in which each
chapter was headed by a quotation from
somo poet. Many of llieso ipiotntious were
marked "Shakespeare" nml otheni "Old Hal
lad." Theso scrajvn of poetry iutcre-.tod Tom
greatly, i.nd ho remarked thnt "Shako
sjiearo could beat Old Halhd writing all to
pieces," thereby showing that lilt discrimi
nation was ahead of his information. Now
Maud (wu6'liAS,ausvcroa'tho door bell her-
self) Ueorgo, you must not como 1ut6 tint
hoiuo to-nlghtl K you lovo mo, darllug, lly
nt oneo and do not let luy -fathor dLscover
Ueorgo (.tragically) Ob, Maud, niy dorllngl
What serpent lias entered our Kden to wreck
our happiness? Spent, Girl, 6pcakl
Maild (tearfully) Father has Jest corae
homo with thj gaa bilk Lowell Citiseu.
I!:duccil to n System.
Two vagrautsuMlled on a klml lady lu the
tuburbs of Nov? York.
"To which of you two shall I.clvo tUIi,
nickel r' slw ctked.
First Tramp OIvo it to liltn, madam. Ho
has purchased thcrrouto from me, nnd I ntn
just takinj; ldni nrouud to lutrodueo him to
tho customer,!. Tlui?.
s.. ; A ratal Time.
Tho 111111 1 M'im Out of Older.
"I Jog pardon, sir," ho wild ns ho topod.n
citircu on Michigan luenuo, "but docs tills
nveiiuo lc.nl to Denrlioriir'
"And lo tho MKirhousel"
"(lot to go out thcions a paupf r."
"Yes I shall probably dio out there, as
my siili It I hi'iikeii mid my ambition gone."
"Very likely; but tlieyh.ivon ulco cemo
tery there. "
"If I hud 11 dnll'ir 1 think I could keep my
telf until I found work, and would not U'
obliged to g," continued tho man.
"Ilut you hntcn't thedolliirr'
"No, nor etcn a pennj."
"I thought not. Just keep light on walk
ing and j oii'll gut out there by night. Very
tileo place, l'.irtof it Is an fiisauo asylum,
and then there's tho cemetery 1 upoko of.
Tlio cltlen walked on, and tho other
shullled nmuiid a corner, tvlurou companion
III waiting asked;
"Well, did ho playf
"I'liiycd mo for n fool. VVd better try
f 01110 other ihdgo. This Is no crowd for synl
nathy."-Detroit I'rco I'rcja.
Ashlnu Tin, Much.
DiiuiIpv (lo Ilrowii) I say, Ilrown.dld you
chip In $. with tlio list of thy boyi for tho
Uroitu No, I can't ofTord toglvonway f.V
Diunlcy Well, that's 1 ho way I feel. Hy
tho way, Ilrowii, can jou Imnl nioaVfora
Ilrowii Can't do It iKiftlhly, Diunley.
Didn't I Just tell you that I can't afford to
glvoaway 5? Nuv York Sun.
News IMltor Hero Is 11 dlsp-itch about 11
ternblo crime, but llicro Is nothing to show
where it conns fiom, mid i". is nearly tlmo to
go to press,
.Managing IMltor Were any of tho perpe
trators caught f
"Date It Iluiralo. "-Lowell Courier.
A vtcugur on a train from Now York tho
other day stcpHd from tho overheated car to
tho platform and lilted his lungs with the
fresh, puro nlr. "Ah," ho exclaimed, "isn't
this exhilarating?" "No," returned the la
conic brnkcinan, "this is Uerlin I" Hartford
Hostess (of swell Thompson street soiree, to
guest) Don' yo' durnce, Mistn' HaVgroasof
Mr. Hoar-grease Well, to tell do truf ob
ills matter, I yused to darnco a great deal,
but mo' recently ob lato I only darnco in de
Iwrry coldest ttcuthcr to l:ccp tuo warm.
MithliiK Them Sweat.
Tho colonel had been j.iwlug nil tho fore
noon about "tho durucl lazy niggers,"' who
were Idling nbout In crowds, ami when ho
found about J0C nt tho depot to sea tho train
coino In Iw boiled over. I told him it was tho
usual sight of every southern town, and that
Is was none of his business whether they
worked or played, but bo went over and sat
down on n barrel and conspired w ith himself
how to mako them sweat. Hy and by l:o
camo over, and climbing upon a bab of cot
ton ho said;
"My friends, in coming up from Cilera I
lost my wallet out of tho car w lat'.ow. Who
over llnds tho fl.V) in It can havo half."
Ho had hardly censed speaking when a
hundred shouts arose, a mo'.i moved doivu
tho track, aiid in another minute, wo wcro
alone. Nest forenoon wo passed romo of
them twenty -ono niilcj away, l.caiU down
and eyes fearehing tho ground, and the col
onel went to tho rear of tho car an 1 encour
aged them by calling:
"I think It was about s!:: mllej further
dow n, and J on can hi vo tlio wholo of it it
you llnd it." IX'ti-oit I'rco 1'ivss.
IMtehln n Curve.
"Where r.ro yoiigolaj, my pn:ty nr.U?"
"To tho llnnard Amies." Clrcn r.ilil;
"Ami, by tlio way. Mr. llartc.r.l man,
.lust try tJ bjat iu girls If jo.i cm!
Wo'ro going to Icj I it. yci-a, doctors, nuil. lil ss
Your heart, tlr, wo'lUoaalKjriiaulntho preos."
Tho sealor siiiIIcaI aa l:o jiassed her liy.
An it scnii-trluniph tut loo!; Maze I in l.Uoye.
"Von may do all you bay. my eoututeut iiiold,
Ituti.till womeu will lu rnralie.nl;
For tho lima lieu ) ou girt 1 v, III l.it4yotir ucrre
Will bo wliea jou try to pitch a cine:"
And They Arc, They Are.
Now It tho season
Whoa lien of ivasnu
And comniou nenso aro prepared to bit ear
Tlio girls nro pattleit,
Tlu girls aro wittiest.
Wtio at tlu play low croi.no.1 hits weir.
It Is Ills Singing Krusoiu
He's put lili lastntia ut atvay
Who tisoil to mow tlio Ian 11,
Upon the fenco thoTtioanscat
Now bingii troni nlglil till datrn.
ilust tho Somes
Jenkins hapencd to meet his tbrco
nieces, and usked them to havo u
"Girls nro Jut tha rnme," said tho old turn,
as ho stood at tho cadiicr'sdcik and picked
U" W.S1 out of n f'JO bill; "very little
Tho Chtucso baby knows 110 cradle, and Its
father therefore never trips over tuch n re
ceptacle when ho jumps out of bed nt mid
night mid goes groping about nf tor tho pare
goric bottle. If the.M is nny other advantage
In bolus n Chlnoo father wo havo never
heard of It. NorrUtown HcrnhL
Sarah Bernhardt now says i:o will Iss
cremated. Aj to w hethcr sho w ill burn easy
It Is dlllleult to say, but wo hnvo rii Idea that
sliu will Bernhardt. Hochostcr I'ost-Urpitta.
Manynmstt lias lieen
heat or tho mcsa.-l.Kl.
burn-id In tho fliwl
I or Ooaomy.
tiik Hii.r.KT KrritKT, m, nop. iu:oimai.I)'h
I'tUVKIl (1)11 HUCCHIL
Heleno Hogermero sat upon tho silken
divan lu tho imlntlal residence of lier (ather,
tho plum' cr, on Fifth ntciuio. Hesldo her,
his cow lick di'(M)plng cracpfully over his nl
bbnster brow, sat Iloo Heglnald llosecninft,
I ho poet and litterateur. Tho night was
waning. Through tho parlor window shono
fair Luna, about thrcf-qutii'tcrs full, nt times
c(Mucttlhly dodging behind a Ihs-cy cloud
us slio caillcil on u iKH'turiml Mil Intlon with
Jupiter. 'Twasa lit hour for tho commun
ion of souls. Hoo Itegluald's attenuated
arm enclrclisl tlio tapering waist of llelenc,
nnd her fair head rested ujion tho rhoulder
of his threadbare coat. Hoo was uneasy.
"Is t'iy soul restless this night, my lovo
lias tlto illvluo ulll itus iclzed thev hi its In
xorahlc frnspf Uazo iimiii j under cITulgciit
uli, and inellilnl.s lu henpiiet beauty thou
ilmlt llnd sureoaso of sornitr, love."
And still tho Not was restless.
"Will no word of initio rellovo thee, dear
"Ilnidly," win I ho replf, In n hoarse,
eul'iveroiistono. "Word ulll not sulllcc."
Then Heleno leaned oter her poet loter
mid pressed a buillitig l.lss iikiu his alabaster
brow. (Hiking Into the niire depths of his
inulftil ctes witli an arch smllo slio ipicricdi
"Will kisses sullleo, love'"
"Alasl no," was tlio heart broken reply,
"for theso aro ovniicscelit."
"Shall wo walkiiMiu the balcony, dearestl"
whispensl Heleno in melhlluous accents.
"Alas! no. my love; I am too weak," mur
mured Hoo Heglnald with a consumptive
Heleno was porplcrred.
"Tell mo truly," slio pleaded, "hast thy
lovo for Heleno grown cold Has another
iisiiried my placo lu thy affections Ait
weary of me, love Speak, I implore you I"
Driven to frenzy by theso piteous nppeals,
Hoo Hegiuald leaned oter tho fair woman
soon to bo his bride, and clasped her to his
breast in n passionate unbrace.
"Would'st thou know," ho hissed liotwocn
Ills clcncluil teeth, "what is it that giiaweth
at my vitals which no poetry, no kisses, no I
love, no moonlight, no affection can assuage
Then list and I will tell thee."
Hoo Heglnald Hosccranft, tho poet, placed I
his thin mid trembling lips closo to the shell
llko ear of his Inamorata, and in a tremolo
pizzicato volco shrieked:
"I'm hungry. Hnvo you got any cold ham
in tlio house!-' New York Kvining Sun.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE.
A Ti limit Who .Motto u Nlco Trap mul Got
lie had been in tho lribltof playing truant
from kcIkhi, and ho had liccu moderately
lucky lu getting out of tho scrnK. Hut lie
was caught ono day and brought lieforu the
"You're late. Whero havo you bcenl"
"1'to been sick."
"You don't look sick."'
"Well, I'm lietter, but 1'vo been tick, all
"You go right homo and get a uoto from
your mother, or I'll punish on severely."
Ho went off mid was gone alKiut ten min
utes. It was pretty rpilck work, and whert
ho handed tho uoto to the teacher she thought
that tho handwriting did not look altogether
liko his mother's. Slio kept her eyes on him
as she oicncd the note, but ho was as bland
and as Imcx-cut as tho bos', boy In tho world.
Tho noto read:
Misn : l'leaso escues John this morula fui
b-in late, cos ho broke his le,. Miu. .
San Francisco Chronicle
Mr. Kccly (explaining bis motor to con
nifttco of experts) You will readily see, gen
tlemen, that tho acoustic relation of thi
cthcrlc vibrator to tho upotiu functions of
tho generophonic resonator Is based on the
sympathetic sphericity i.f tho positive i.ml
uogativo vibraphones. It U unnecessary, of
course, to explain togeirlomcu of your in
tclllgeuco fiat tlio vibratory force of wato
plates varies inversely as the sipiaro of tho
propuhatory Impact when ithcrlcally polar
ized by tho forco if tho vaporlo sympathy.
Thin is crfeetly plain to you
Committee of Expert., (feebly) Y-yes, of
course. Chicago Tribune.
Wanted to Seo III1-.1 I)i It.
"I tell you," Mid a traveling man ton
companion 0:1 tho train, "you'll never catch
mo playing sovcu up again with Hill Serb
"Hccauso 1 saw him turn up 11 J ick off tho
bottom of tho deck."
"Well, I'd rather play with him than .Terry
"Hccauso when Jerry turns a jack off tho
liottom von cau't sw him do it." Omaha
Tho Null and tlio Hummer.
A Nail which was About to bo Driven Into
n Hoard complained to tho Hammer:
"Ah! but have ton uoFixhugs Behold
how straightaudu unoth nu.l l.andsomo I nm,
mul then think of tho Fato to which you
would consign mo!'
"ily Friend," replied the Ilimmcr, as ho
tuado ready to Drive, "as a N.:il lying about
looio you will Ik) kicked Aside by nil, acd in
a short tlmo Hust 'ir-uhl deprive j oil o5 ycur
Strength and Beauty. As a Nail helping to
hold this Hoard to tho House )ou havo 11 Mis
sion and aro Depended on."
An Idlo Man I.i of No Account, even to
nimsclf. Detroit I'rco l'rcst.
A Vattiuttlo jiStnnl.
darenco Aw, by Jove) Cholly, whero did
j' get such aw bw cast ly cur
Cholly Bawghtkhn of aw blind follah
leadj 1110 wight homo and 1 aw don't
havo tho dwcadful ucspousibility of wciuem
licring where 1 live, y know. Life.
A Mere .Uiiiialutaiico.
flillndclpUlaUiil-il.tr.r thut Mr. Oood
feliow U tpilto altcntivo to Jou.
CI1I0130 Oirl Oh, not nt all Ho only
comes llvo nlgl ts a we-.k. I'hiladclphln
Of T $m
vW u Jl I
To Call and tixnmine the Largo and Elegant Stock of IM
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ir -131 o
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