Tillman Is Identified. Senator ". .lltnan tc',3 a story on himself ns to how ho was Identified by a post ofllco money order clork when ho first arilvcd at the capital city. After being In tho city a few days ho dropped In at tho post office to cash a monoy order. "J)o you 'now any one hero who could Identify you?" asked the clerk. "Well, no," tho senator answered. "Is that v 'pssary? I am Hen 'Human 'Hu-man of Sc ji.i Carolina." Tho clor': smiled, then asked tho senator If ho didn't havo somo letters or papers that would make him known to tlio post otllco authorities. Tho senator had on n now suit that , morning, and had neglected to transfer trans-fer his letters, but ho had his pocket-book pocket-book with him. Ulgglng down In his trousers pocket, he drew forth his wallet and proceeded to search for nn article of Identification, but could find nothing but a small photograph of himself. "This will do, I suppose," ho said, hnndlng It to tho monoy order clork. "Why, sure. That's you. all right," remarked tho man behind tho counter, coun-ter, hnndllng over tho caah. Rochester Roches-ter Herald.