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IA1MTA1, CITY COURIER, SATURDANY, FEBRUARY , ibya
fW poot form
Wc carry nil the Finest Grades of shoe
In nil sizes mul widths from nntoc c.
Exposition Shoe Go.
J. H.MITCHKIX, Mgr.
1211 O STREET
Wo will not bo undersold jy anyone.
Good clonks Tor l. regular t'i Roods.
Nice elouks f r ti.') regular 1 grade.
KIcRant cloaks for J-. reuulnr II.U0 Krado,
Other unities at Juki about half price.
Hoys' sultsfl i)0 north fJ.u.
lloy.' KUlts !. worth .U0.
Hoys' huIIh '.M worth l.(.
riiiH, le u paper.
Needles, le a paper.
Agate buttons :tu a nross.
Hnbber tipped lend pencils 10c doz.
40o wool hose only 25c.
Fust blaelc corsets MK-. worth 75e.
Turkish towels tc each.
120 sheets wrltltiK paper lie.
(ieutxfiO1 Lisle thread hosoonly 'Joe.
Hpcclal prices In underwear.
Hpcclal price In laco eurtnlns.
Special prices In ribbons; MiichI Htoclc In
Hpoclai prices In linens of all kinds.
Hpcclal prices In ipillts.
Hpcclal bargains In tinware mul hardware.
Feathers and tips at half price.
AO.0UO cards hooks and eyes, all sizes, lc ti
Hllk twist, le a spool.
Silk thread 4c a spool.
No troublu to show goods Wo are hero for
that purpose. We will nut ho undersold by
Komomber tlio place.
1211 O STREET,
The Great Cheap Store.
DANCING SCHOOL. '
Mr. Morn ml of Omaha Dancing Acade
my has opened classes In nil the
Children 4 p. m.
Adults 7:30 p, m.
Circulars nnd particulars mar be hail at the
Courier office, 1 134 N street.
Fine Dust Cabinets W per dozen. Hpocli
atcs to studouts. Call and see our work.
Open from 10 a. 111. to 1 p. in. Huudays.
Studio, 1214 O Street.
CREAM OF ROSES.
TI10 moKtoxiiulslle preparation for the skin.
Cures Chapped Hands, 1 hafoil or Scalded
Removes Tan and Freckles.
Positive euro fo-Halt ltheuin. I.adl' pro
nounco Itperleetlon. Excellent to use after
Hlmvlng. Perfectly harmless, Price 'I wonty
nvo conn. Sold by all tlrst-eliin druggists.
ADDITION A I, SOCIKTY
Continued from eighth page.
At tlm residence of tlm bride's mother, Mrs.
ll.(. Carter, 11'J.Ml. stteet 11 1 :'M p in.,
Tuesday evi'iibu. occurred tlm iiturlni;e of
Y. A. Hln halt II and Miss Jennie 'falter.
Friends of I'Oth Mrlies oUoud tlnlr IimI
wishes tor thit li ippl.Ml of J niruo firoiili
Ihe vleKsltudes of life.
A IMIAUTICAt. CIIAHITAIII.K IIIIOAMZATION.
Iot us follow Mr. Gregory's uiU'lco "lake
our tlihuliles mid Infill," said two or three
ladies Inst 'l'liankslviiu morning after hear
ing the practical siugestlon of Mr (Irogory
and Chancellor dullelil at the Holy Tilnlty
ehureli. The next afternoon a group of ten
ladles were busy over bundles of clothing, to
Ik' remade, mended mid dlsti Hinted to the
needy. Hooti tint circles a id the work en
Urged, weekly iiiivthigs were held, tlio sick
enred for and the hungry fed. Them Mas
plenty to do, Now, after two inoiiihs the
"Dorcas Club'' has twenty live members and
feels It Is fairly established. Next Thursday
evening at Temple Hull it 111 ikes Its tlrst
calU for public help when the Indies give 11
dance with dainty rt,frolinunt.. It Is the
llrst of tlio series, ami th 1 p.tullc are cordial
ly Invited to encourage tlioo earnest work
ers by crowding; Toinph) It ill mid in iking It
it grand success.
A lllltTllllAV PAIITV.
Krnncls May llurlbul entertained her
young friends Thursday fioin four ti half
past six o'clock at the home of her parents,
Mr. ami Mrs. I'M ward Huilbut 1701 1) street
on the occasion of her tenth birthday iilinl
veisary. V very pleasant tlmu wits had by
all pre ent. Delicious icfroditucnt were
served (lining the afteruooti and ni'iuy were
the congratulations uud good wishes extend
ed to the little miss on attaining her lit nt
AT IlKl'HKHKNTATIVU II AM.
ltepieseutntlve hall win the seone of 11
brilliant gathering Wednesday evening
when the ladles of the First Presbyterian
church held their New Ktigluud supor and
gave lepreseutatloiis of colonial hcoium mid
characters, which were very ably delineated.
A continuous stage extended around tluco
sides of the hall and this was neatly divided
Into a half dozen different sections, In which
the repteseiitatious appeared. The llrst sec
tion showed the landing of the pilgrims, with
historically correct costumes and suiround
Ings, 11 very pretty scctuclo. A tableau of
1'oi'oliontas and John Smith, with tents ami
groups of Indians, was shown in another.
Pocohontus was liuH)i'soiiatcd by Mrs. 1'aul
ilohn and John Hmlth by Frank Kveiots,
both of whom perfornifd their putts admir
ably. A class of menne and "omen singers,
aided by Mrs. J. 0. WiuNworth mid other
local vocalists, In quaint, old time costumes,
elicited much admiration. They woio under
thodlicctiou of Milton lieott. The repre
sentation of Patrick Henry before the Virgin
la assembly was one of the cleverest scenes
of the evening. Professor Hagley presided
over the assembly, while Professor Austin
represented Henry ami delivered his famous
reisou spoi.'h in sjpjiM) style. Martha
Washington's grand party was presented in
pautomlne later In the evening. Mrs. I. M.
llogciuau Impcrxohntcd the Hist president's
wife while C. H. Klehter made 11 stately mid
dignified, and altogether acceptable ''father
or his country." Ugletlioio 'u treaty with
the Indians was another exceedingly lino lilt
or woik. The 8eechesor W. Morton Sn.Ith,
who riuresented Governor Oglethorpe, and
Sam I)w, who appeal ed as the Indian chief,
were listened to ith marked attention. The
costumed warriors and dusky maidens gave
n very life like appearance to the scene. The
Puritans on their way to incetin,' was undo
an attractive spectacle by the largo uumber
of young and old people who participated,
the elegant costumes adding to the beauty of
the picture hi a marked degree. The nlT ilr
as a surprising success and the Indies who
sieut 80 much time and labor In Its ;pi evira
tion have every reason to feel more than
satisllcd with the teceptlou accorded their
ell'oits as there must have Itccu full llfteen
huiidi ed persons parent th llrst night. The
entei tuluiueut jKirtiou of the program was
repeated ihurwlay evening by request.
C. E. Church started for Victoria, H. C,
Mrs. K. U. Jones started tor New Kings
ton, Pa., Wednesday.
Miss Fay lirittliighaiu of Davenport, Nob.,
is the guest of Mrs. A. D. Guile.
J. T. Hale, editor of the Washington, Kan
sas l).it, was in the city this ueek.
Miss Mamie Hemlr of Kansas City is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Camp ut itttM
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richards, of Omaha
are visitors at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. McCaudless will be ut
home to their tl lends at lllll U street lifter
Hal Nor thorn, who has been seriously ill,
is improving. This will be good news to his
The Amellora whist club will meet with
Mr. and Mrs, Dr. Tu:ker tt their home, 111"
11 stteet, Tuesday evening, February lOlli.
Mr. P. J. Uouwlt of the Ua'ir writes to his
brother Iroiu Now Yoik that he has made.
heavy pin chases in the latest Novelties of
Dress Goods tor T5 cents on the dollar. They
will arrive inside of a week.
The many friends of Mrs. John Zehniu
will regiot to learn that she has been cou
MlicU to her bed b) Illness for several days
pust, though ut this writing :i::iu Friday
uttviuoon. shu is somewhut Improving.
A pleueunt box party wits given by Mr.
Chus. L. Ilurr at the Landing .Monday even
ing which Includesl Miss Dundy, Miss lted
dick of Omaha, Miss Anno Fuukeaud Messrs
S. T. Kt. John, Lieut. J. J. Pershing, Judge
Dundy and the host.
MuxO'Hell, the celebrated French humor
ist and satirist, will appear ut the Fuiiko
opeia house next Tuesday evening under
the auspices of the l'alladiau society of the
suite university when he will discuss
"America as seen through French fcJpeo
taeles." Mr. mid Mrs. Frank L. Hhul Ion are enjoy
Ing'w inter lite at thi great metropolis. They
me stopping 011 Twenty-second street near
Hiuudway, whlcti Is In ttie vicinity of all the
lite and amusement in Now York and it is
ntcdlcss to add that there is 110 one that can
better appreciate such sUrioiiudiugs than
Mrtiiiid ill's. .Sheldon.
W, Morton .Smith, a well l.nown and en
terprlslng young 1111111, has accepted the uosl
tlouof editor of the hvelilng News uud will
enter upon the discharge of his duties next
Tuesday, Mr. Hmlth jiossetsos undoubted
journalistic hblllty, and wields u trenchant
uud facile eii, which will do much to
brighten the columns of our evening neigh
bor. Wo wisp him all iosble success.
Mrs. Agues 8, Multland died at her home
1818 Prosjiect street, Thursday evening, aged
thirty-nine years. The syinputhy of a large
circle of friends will go out Ut Mr. Malllnnd
and the sorrowing mciuhers of his family In
their hour of Is'ienvemeiit. An uptight,
conscientious ohiMlaii woinan, gifted with a
gentle, kindly dloltion, a faithful wife and
tender mother, she was U'lovnl by all who
knew or came In contact with her Thy tit
lieral will bo hld Iroin her late residence I his
The Chicago, MllwaiikeDit Ht. Paul lly.,
Is the only Hue 1 mining solid vestlbilled,
olecttli! Ilghtisl nlid steam heated trains, lie
tweeit the Mlsstmil river and Chicago, con
sisting of new pal.ico shs'plng cats, elegant
free reclining chair cats, luxurious coaches
mid the lluesl dining cars hi the win Id.
The berth reading lamp In Its palace sleep
ers Is patented nun caiil.ot bo used by any
other lallway oinpiiiy It Is the gtn.it Im
provenieiitnf theiue. Try It and bo con
vinced. Close eout.ect Ion In Union l)Kt at Oma
ha with all trains to mid from the wist. For
fuillier hilnrmutloii apply to jour ticket
agent or F. A. Nahii, General Agent,
W, H. HmvKLL, Tiavellng F'l and PassV
Ag't.. I.VII Farnani Ht., Oinilia, Neb. J I tf
Uvnii I Hhepard aronhout to bring out 11
return kiiblo book tinier the tlllo "Dreams of
the Dead," The story Is a most realistic one,
yet Poo never wrote a more weird and grue
some tale. The most astonishing ux ihtIoiiccs
are lehitod hi the most matter-of-fact way.
The hook deals with th 1 occult, and treats of
other than material tilings. The author holds
that those whom a materialistic Judgment
calls d -ad, are only h liming 1 1 live, and in
the forms of thesd diva us. ho has veiled the
teueldiig of a great truth. Thii b ok Is en
tirely original, ami iiialiitilns a very high
tone from beginning to end, No one can
read It, especially If they read between the
lines, without becoming a better man or
woman, The author, who Is well known mul
active in hiditsti Inl reform, writes under a
tioiu de plume, and a gleat deal of interest
has been 1 iron sis 1 among those who have read
the advance sheets, as to his identity. Hus
ton, Mum., 10 Mills Ht.
Oullttn readers will gl idly welcome back
to I'm pages tlio now rennuiiod worl I traveler
and famous oxplmer Thomas H. Htovcns,
who with hlseycloglrdled the world for Out
ing at a time when such it deist was bold in
deed, and who has Just achieved the greatest
leat or his lire by a successful vxhmIUIoii
from the German oconi to tlio lllaek Hon In
a Steam launch, despite the dangerous rap
ids of the Iron Gates. The words of the
Odyssey as given by Pope will hereafter Ih
read in slightly changed version.
ruumltUDiis waves eliilnild'd the billowing
All trouibllug, deafen'd and aghast ho stood!
No more the vessel ploughed the dread nil
Fear raced thu mighty, yet hut nerved the
The F. II. Ijoavcnwnrth Publishing com
pany, Insurance Publishers, Detroit, Michi
gan, have Issued tlio Seventh annual edition
of the pocket chart of co-oierntive life, acci
dent mid fraternal associations of the coun
try, shoeing their condition and amount or
business done for live yeirs. Till chart has
mot with a hirgu sale, over f(),(XK) copies hav
ing been dlsK)-ed of. It contains a vast
amount of Information; and will he sent by
mail for SW cents. Address the publishers.
Tlio most timely article in the February
Century Is the 0110 written by Mr C. C. Duel,
assistant editor of the magazine, which to
cords the results of a orsoiial investigation
by him, In behalf of the readers of I'hu Cen
tury, into the history, methods, and designs
of a just now notorious institution. The title
of the pater is "The Degradation of it Htato;
or, the Charitable Career of the Loulsinun
Ixittery." Mr lltiel goes back to tlio time
when the lottery Interests of the country
wore centered In Now York City , and shows
that the Louisiana Lottery was established
for the benefit of New York gambleis nud
lottery dealers. The nrticle doscrllies the
ieoplo who have lieen the chief beneficiaries
of this extensive gambling institution, mid
exxsos the methods of bribery mul political
corruption by which the franchise was ob
tained, is maintained, and, its Is now fen red, Is
to be extended. Captain Francis V. Gieene,
late of the regular army, who now holds 11
commission as major In the militia, contri
butes an Important Illustrated paper on
"The New National Guard ;" mul in "Open
Letters" Gen. A. V. Kautz otters a plan of
making the regular army serve as a school
for oillcers of volunteers with a view of a
national defense; Lieutenant It. K. Hvaus
puts in a plea for "A National Militia."
In a profusely illustrated article on "Pioneer
Days in Han Francisco," Dr. John William
sou Palmer, the well known writer, describes
from personal knowledge, the adventurous
life mid divers) typj thut lent romantic color
to theoilglu and giowth of the metropolis
of the west. There are jioenis by Frank
Dempster Hherman, Clinton Hcollard, Rich
ard K. llut ton, liosslo Chandler, Katharine
Leo Hates, Charles J. O'Mulloy and others.
In "Topics of the Times," are editorials en
titled "Will uu American Htitte bj Guilty of
Huieldoi1 "A 'Cheaii-Money' Hand Hook,"
and "The Metropolitan Museum."
It requires no sworn allldavli to prove the
circulation of the Lansing theatre program.
Its readers are all visible to the advertiser
any evening ut the theatre. It 1 (aches n
class of ieoplo that have money for amuse
ment mid a class of people that are able to
purchase what they see advertised, Is It
not then a n.ost excellent medium for judi
cious advertising; llntcs and particulars ut
this otllce, lDIl N street. Telephone 'J.V1.
iiileton, Texes unit Itelurii (Iriiuil llitlf
On February iltli only, the I), it M. H. It.
will sell tickets to Galveston and return at
JliO.lufor the round trip, good for return
within thirty pJ) days. Hpcclal Pullmans
will leave Lincoln at II, lo p. in., on the date
mentioned and run through without change.
Gov. Thayer and other state oillcers to
gether with many piomiueut cltueus will ac
company this train, and a right royal time
awaits all participants.
Tins remarkably low rate Is open to all,
and the opportunity should bo Improved,
Application should be'tnado to Mr. T. W
Lee, at Lincoln hotel, or to tlio undersigned
1 tor tickets, Information etc
I 'J-l-Il A. C X.iKMtiU, City Pass. Ag't.
l.ndy Canvasser Wanted.
Ladles can make big money soliciting sub
scriptions for the CouiUKli. It is a neat,
clean, nonsei'satlonal paer tout commands
the icspcct of everyone and should be in
eveey homejln the city. It Is easy work and
huge pay. Call at this olllce forpaitlculars.
We are headquarters for these goods and
furnish them from the cheapest printed curd
to the finest engraved work. Having had
seven yeara experience we keep posted
on the most stylish designs absolutely cor
rect forms, etc. All we ask Intending pur
chasers Is to call and Inspect samples of the
work we are dally turning out. 1134 N street.
Continued front Flint Page
I'M wiiii I llaiilgau Is teported as very
liitich dlsippoluled at the poor success or
"The Last or tlin Iloguus." I'lm new piece
has not duiw 11 wiry well ami ho conteuiplates
tiinvlval id one of the Mulligan mules of
The latest opeiacoal Is a Inuj giirmunt of
tun ladles' cloth, which Mas Just a faint tinge
f rose about t. Them mo tlneo capes,
graduated In length, each outlined with
mink fur. The collar Is a high Modlel, edged
with the mink. The garment Is lined
tluininliDiit with 11 changeable silk of a giccu
Ish pink hue.
A postal caul which Is being widely elicit
luted now has this hit of information which
woeoinineiid to the attention of some of our
exchanges! "Denr Hln Ihe ojinhig season
Mr, James O'.Nelll will present 'Moulil Ci Is
to' not 'Monte cin Nto,' Uepectlull.v, Will
lam F. Connor, manager, Geo. C. Tyler,
And now Mr. MuNulty, mi Irish musical
ciitlc, sajs that the principal features hi Mr,
Gilberts "The Mountebank, Is taken from 11
lllnetto sent to the Into Aithur Collier last
summer. Didn't Mr. Hpeucer, or Philadel
phia, Insinuate some such thing a few years
back about another of Mr. Gilbert's operal
Hut iheii "Tue Mountebank" Isn't much of a
The double stage at lloyt's Madison Hipiuru
Theatie, which has not been made Use of lit
iuuiiyeuis, will be tt.eil III Mr. lloyt's new
play, "A Teuisraucii Town,' which will bo
put In rehearsal soon, The change will be
made with the cm t tin up and thu lights out.
The lower stage will repre.ont 11 Now IIkiiij
shire nil nl scene, with 11 gentle snow full, then
n second after tlio same n'ene coveusi with
deep snow is displayed, the snow Hakes rail
ing last and lurluits.
ModJcsku Is one of the most scholntly wo
men or thu stage. Hesldes being 11 tireless
student of nhnkespeare, shu Is 11 constant
leader of bis contemporaries, and she has
made and is still making a largo collection of
KlUnbolhuu works. Hesldes all this she
s 1 eaks halt a do.eu languages, Including
Home or the dllllcult tongues of ICustein
KuroK); but It is a pity she cannot speak
Kngiish. Our tongue as spoken by Modjcska,
Illicit or JunuiiciicK is very lur fioui pietty.
I'll! 11 More Tor Kent.
The handsome new stoie room now occu
phsl by the Capital Citv Couiukii, 'SixH'i,
with steam heat, water and all modern con
veniences, will be lor lent Febiuary Mist
For terms etc , apply at the premises, ll.'ll N
street, oppos'te llei polslielnier oC Co's, oxhi
Wedding invitations, cither pllntisi or en
graved In the Ihiest style or the art atTlIK
Couiukii olllce. Correct forms mid best
quality of stock guaranteed. Humpies chisr
Mow lines This Strike Vim'.'
Wo oiler new subscribers (and old ones
that pay up In full to date) thu following ex
Fifteen handsome vlolli ooiniif volumes of
Dickens in 11 neat pasteboard box, ami Tiik
CnuitiKU until January 1st, lb'.tll for J.I.(K),
Ten handsome eliith Imund volumes of
Thackery In it neat pasti'boanl box and Tin:
Couiukii until January 1st, 18'.KI for tl:S.
Hlx handsome cloth lututiil volumes of
George Klllott In a neat pasteboard box and
Thk Couiukii until January 1st, 18!i:i for
These books are all standard worksnnd their
cost asiilo from Tin: Couiiikh subscriptions,
is less that twenty cents pur volume. You
can't buy the cheapest reprint in paper cov
ers for double that amount. Come In and
see these liooks. In case any subscriber de
sires the tluiii sets special prices will be made
011 the lot.
It is true that thu contest for the govei Heir
ship has not yet been decided but it Is a fact
that Dwlnell ami Haywood eoltccs and Hatn
via canned goods beats them all, both sold
by Hotullng the O street grocer.
You can get the entire wlio.it Hour, Now
Kugluhd Graham, Cernllne Flakes, Kornlet,
Maple Hup syrup, cooking molasses mid In
fact anything usually kept i:i it llrst class
grocery, lit Hotallug's, the O street grocer.
Ladles kid gloves cleaned or colored at LI 11
coin Hteaiu Dye wyrks, llotl O street.
One hundred finest engraved calling cards
lid plate only i'i.M at Wessel Printing Co.,
1 Kill N Rtrcet.
Miss C. J. Gullmetto, modiste, L'tttii Hlock
over Miller it Paine. Take elevator.
1'lne I'bi) lute Curils.
Hend ten (10) cents In stamps to John Hebas
tlm, Oen'l Tkt. and Pass. Ag't Chicago,
Hock Island & Pucillc Hy., Chicago, III., for
a wick of the latest, smoothest, slicke't play
ing cards you over saw. Just the thing fur
High Five pai ties. Font fiOo. express money
older or sMaI note will send you live packs.
Chricest cuts in nil kinds of meats may
always be found at Chip nan Sz Hlieen's ,
irtl O street. Phone IM).
Chipmaii iV: Hheeu me gaining a well de
served reputation for high grade meats. It
is an excellent place to trade, and deliveries
are always prompt.
Odell Is doing a line business in his new
stand (Masonic Temple corner) near the
location of his former suoeos-os. Tlio place
Is us neat as a pin, the service pir excellence
mid the fare identically the same as in past
yems, notwithstanding the fact that his
price now Is hut 'JO cents No tickets, no
trust, mid no bust, hut a Hue meal for cash
ami cash only.
Tlio rendei s of the CoU'ltlKll, will find the
finest Hue of baked goods in the city at the
Now York Hakery' p. II south Twelfth street.
Notice of Publication.
Lloyd Maloue. Cotton M alone, Flora Hello
Mnlone, Kitty . Maloue. Albert M alone. Sarah
A.slioeuhellaud Frederick O Kills will take
notice that on the 'JHth day of January, lsiii,
the Nebraska Stock Yards Company, or I. In
coin, Nehiaska, plalntlU'hereln, tiled its sdl
t Ion In the District Court of Lancaster County
Nebraska, against said defendants, the object
uud prayer or which are to foreclose 11 certain
mortgiiire executed by Sitmuul Mct'lny to tills
plain till, upon the following described real
estate: l.ols Three Cbuiul four (1.) In Hlock
Nino Hi), mul l-ots Fifteen in.) ami Klghteen
(IS.) In Hlock Twenty-two .".'Mil West Lincoln,
Lancaster County, Nebraska, to secure the
payment of two certain promissory notes,
dated on tbc'lst ilay of .Inly, Ki. for the uui
oflliW7.W-acli.iind duo and payable In two and
three years from thu date thereof; upon said
u ites ami iiiortgage there Is now due uud pay
able the sum of Five Hundred and Twenty
dollars and Twenty-live rents il.UO.lU), for
which sum, llh Interest from tlilsdale, plain
till' prays for a decree, and that defendants
may lie required to pay thcsaine.or that ald
premises mnv be sold to satisfy the amount
found duo. You are required to answer said
tvetltlonon or before the "Hi da ot March,
lsw. Li.scoi.sStock Y Aims Co.,
of Lincoln, Nebraska, by its attorneys
Dawes, Co If roth A Cunningham
Dated the m day of Juuuary, IsW. i-30-tf
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
Because vc sell the Latest Designs and best Fabrics
chqapcr than ever sold in Lincoln.
A Large Stock of W. C C. and other
Popular Line Corsets at Very Low Fig
ures. THE BAZAR,
1023 O ST3EBDE3ET
Wo keep In slsht of all thu people, kwIiikIiik hltfh o'or hill and stocpla,
Tellliiit to each world mid star, what our splendid bargains are.
H. II. Nlsbet tits the reel from a stock thai Is complete,
T'cilliiK other worlds the news, whore to purchase ladles' shoos.
tV For tlio opera, the ball room or stteet wear, we show attraotlve and oxoluilv sty
1015 O St S. B. 3STI3BET. 1015 OSt
EULL SET OF TEETI $5.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
NO CHLOROFORM! NO ETHER! NO GAS!
All Fillings at Lowest Rates.
Dr. H. K. KERMAN,
Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Bile.
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FAST MAIL ROUTE I
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Atchlson, Leavenworth, -St. Joseph.Kansao
City, St. Louis and all 1'olnu South,
East and Vot.
The direct line to Ft. Scott, I'arsons
Wichita, Hutchinson and all ptlucipal
lolnth In Kansas.
The only road to the Great Hot Spring
of Arkansas. Pullman Sleepers ani Vice
Reclining Chair Cats on all train.
J. E. R. MILLAR, R. P. R. MILLAR,
City Ticket A gt. IW1 j:n.
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