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fre W&xOato. Sails & frifcuj &ttitt0, 4cfas 17, 1390'
Mr. Waggoner Did tbo chair recognize
tbe gentleman from Logan
The chair No. sir.
ilr. Daniels I had hoped to keep out or
this capital light, but i it is ncceury to
have fair play I will take a hand.
Several on their feet all talking.
Vote on adjournment lost 15 to 10.
Mr. Wimberly moved the previous ques
tion. . ., . . .
Air. Terrill The majority are trying to
force me into voting without knowing
what I am voting about. .
Mr. Post There is no provision in that
bill that will cost the people of the terri
tory one cent.
The chair declared the gedtlemau from
Payne out of order.
Mr. Terrill Several days ago when I
was trying to locate a public institution I
was asked to produce a title. This I pro
duced. 1 demand the same of the gentle
man. . . , ...
Vote on previous question carried 14
Mr. Barker moved to adjourn.
Motion lost 15 to 10.
Roll call on the question, shall the bill
be rejected? Lost 10 to 10.
Mr. Mc-tcn changed his vote.
Mr. Merten I move the vote ba rccon
Mr. Adair asked to be excused, but the
Mr. Merten I wish to call the attention
of all the house to the fact that we know
nothing of the bill. When we asked for
information the gentleman refused to give
it. I say again, and no gentleman pre
tends to deny it, that we do not know the
provisions of this bill.
Mr. Terrill I can tell you the intention
of the bill. It is to busttho Kopublicau
Mr. Merten From the way the gentle
men vote I think it looks like it. A e will
Mibuster until night before we submit to
beinn forced to vote for a bill I know
nothing of. ,. ,
Mr. Clark I have been to my dinner and
I will stay wit h you now. Wo have ln-anl
this matter discussed pro and con. I do
not wish to vote for a measure I know
nothing about. The immortal fourteen
was a combine mftde to organize the bouse
and locate the capital at Oklahoma City.
Mr. Terrill I demand a call of the house.
Mr. Adair Is Clark willing to"
Mr. Darker (referring to Clark, who
Stands peeling an apple),says, What is here
hefore tho house'
Mr. Waggoner As the gentleman is not
bpeaking, I move the house adjourn.
Clerk calling the roll, members eating
npples and grapes, and Mr. Clark talking
In the meantime. .
Mr. Trosper If we can't have order in
this house 1 shall protest.
Mr. Terrill I shall ontcrchnrges against
t he snoakBr of this bouse if he does not
take his cue.
The Chair I pronounce the whole thing
a farce. , . ,
Mr. Clark Will you so declare it by
your vote? . . ,
Mr. Campbell Will the gentleman yield
the floor for a motion to adjouru?
Mr. Clark Yes.
Twenty-five members were present,
Mr. Campbell was in tho chair.
lime whs taken 111) in llllibiiateriiisr.
Guthrie fellows do not want the cnpitol
bill to come to a vote.
Clark, Merten and Terrill have spoken
from 2 until o'clock, speaking against
time. No recess or adjournment whs
tiikcn. Some one cut tho electric wires
leuiliiig into the hone. Lamps were used
for an nour, until the wires were ropuired.
Kinglishor is in the lend. The vote stands
in the house 15 to HI. IMttf. makes a splen
did leader of the Kingtlsher furceo. Jones
of Oklahoma, is also a strong fighter;
Merten is in his element, ami Terrill per
sistent. Tho spectators are tired out.
Tho governor will doubtless soon have the
bill before him.
DEPEW ON LABOK.
Speeoli of the Central's President at the
PlTTfiBfUG. Pa , Oct. A public meet
ing u( the International Drot hut-hood of
liOcomoti ve lingmeors was held t his after
noon. Speeches were del nered by several
prominent men, among them Cauneey M.
Depuw Among other things, Mr. De
'Only an invitation of uhiiminI nttrac
tiventws eoukl induce mu to gueud two
in jilts on the lefrt oar- and deliver an
udiirwss. Dut your call to bn with you for
u third tune a an indication ol the
unabated friendship which hs exiMtnl
between u that demanded an uqiiiilly
'Mv voluble ami voluminous friend,
Mr PowdwJj, wihl rect-ml that at the
neeting ! the locomotive ougtnears of
.ew iStiglHiul, wliioh I addressed in the
rpera Jioiimj at New Haven just before
Milium for Kurope vour gi-nnd chief, Mr
Aitlntr. and I edit!! the amlience by
I illiNg mta-h ultrn arm and kissing.
hile tliMl eveut did Hot ttke place, I am
tlad now, mo tlwn. to evp.ess the eUnn
felt by wwyoiM for th man whorte ability
i nd conH-vatism ho lmie s,i hum h to
i Icvute mid uiKoifr ltni. an.l to win for
l s dlorl t h resjie'ct ot t h ro.intry. Tills 's
I ne tweit-evettlh annis.il couvuntion of
tho- Hivt lierhood of Lowmiottve Kugineors.
'1 he suci of voitr IhxI.v is due to its riccid
Mid iuiwrriiiK adlietonco to tho right
puneiplt upon which it was founded.
It is clear tunc success is iiiipuvwiio
lie and to the corporation against unrea
sonable demands or iutempestive violence,
and you inav do your worst; but in a mat
ter which effects the brotherhood I will
recognize only the men.' That night the
otlicers of the brotherhood were informed
of the concession made to them and the
threat of a strike was never carried out.
"Years of successful trial of fair, frauk and
friendly discussions with the employees of
the Central upon questions of differences,
which .rise from time to time, had led me
tobelioo that a strike was impossible
upou the line of road. In that trust I went
abroad on my annual holiday during the
summer, to have my hopes roughly shat
tered while musing at Oberamergau one
' i- i r, tlm li-innv Ipsjsnn of
ouuuuy evening "" -" rt-j --
peace and good will among men taught by
the passion play, by a cable annoixiicinK
that the words Webster's Dictionary'
flashed over the wires had caused thous
ands to desert their posts, and the greatest
arterv of commerce and trade m the
United States to be stopped.
"But you were true to the relations
which for many years had been established,
and sustained and roinvigorated my fad
ing faith m the efficacy of any effort to
maintain a satisfactory and permanent
understanding between capital and labor.
The citizens of New York and of the whole
country owe to the Hrotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers a debt of gratitude for
the courage, fidelity and intelligence with
which they stood by their posts and per
formed their duties during the recent
troubles on the New York Central.
"Much Iihs been said of late of the bene
fits labor would receive if the government
owned and operated the railroad-. Time
does not permit a discussion of tho effects
on our institutions of the appointment of
a million public sersants being given to an
administration and made the patronage of
party bosses. But I saw two object lessons
in Europe this summer. Tho letter car
riers of England work long hours ami earn
on an average ?C per week. After vam ef
forts for fewer hours and more wages, they
struck. Thegoternment instantly fnled
their places, put a policeman beside each
new man, and dispersed every gathering of
the old men near their stations. In ber
ni'iny the government owns the roads. It
.1 . 1 .n... rl'li fnuilc nw
runs mem to umive uwucj. -" :. y
part of their military system. The loco
motive, engineer receives about 4 per
month, and if he deserts his engine be
comes subject to punishment as an oflicer
of the government.
"Libraries have been written upon labor
and capital, but they are mostly trash.
Labor cannot live without capital to
furnish it employment, and capital with
out labor to enable it to increase and
multiply is as useless as diamonds on a
desert island to a shipwrecked and starv
ing mariner. Every difficulty must be
solved upon its own merits. It is just
here that an intelligent labor organization,
composed only ot tho occupation which
seeks to secure a right or redress a wrong,
can meet its employer upon grounds
which will show their mutual dependence,
and promote their common benefits. It is
just here that ignorance or incompetency
on the one side produce irritation and
resistance on the other, and capital loses
it. enrniiiiTs and labor its wanes. The
period ought to come when the employes ni
any industry shall not be arrayed in hostile
camps over tno wnoie cimuicj agmusu
their emplovors in tho same business;
v hen the combinations will not be of the
workers on tho one hand and tho officers
or linns on the other, as against each
other, but, with good sense, friendly feel
ing and kindly tempered dispositions,
they shall meet upon common grounds for
tho good and an overwhelming souse of
Chief Arthur congratulated the Brother
hood on the thriving condition of its af
fairs, and said:
"We come from every quarter of tho
United States, Canada and Old Mexico,
JJ0 men, representing 43'i sub-divisions,
comprising a membership of -,000. There
is a oneness of purpose, but there is a di
versity of opinion; and we hope, during
tlie course ol our debates, to find an equa
tion by which the problem of our diflicul
ties aud differences may bo solved: to
strike a balance between, capital and labor,
a far as we are concerned between the
most radical aud conservative, that right
mav be obtained and justice bo done. It
is by honorable action that we have
achieved success as a labor organization;
not by might, by loud and boast
i ill assertions of what, owing to
our numbers, we might compel cor
porations to do. No, that has never been
our polity We ask but fair, just dues:
nothing more The laborer is orthyof
Ins line, is entitled to hours of rest, is de
srvinir of consideration, has the same
needs, feels tho same loncings and desires,
is altogether human, aud as much a man
as he who .sits in his oflice and directs the
vork of others. If thero bo those who
would hi ray labor atrainst capital, 1 am
not one of them, nor w itli them If there
be tho-e who legard the interests of labor
and capital its naturally or properly an
tagonistic, I do not agree with them. The
interests of labor and capital are uluutical.
or, to be more accurate, reciprocal. Any
argument respecting labor topics which
doc not distinctly recognize and concede
the truth of this proposition must needs
tie fallacious, and, as a matterof tact, it is
recognised and conceded to bd so
by all the eminent authorities on
the subject under discussion, from
Adam Smith down " The insurance
feat ui f of the BrotHernood was then
toiiciied upon at length by the speaker,
who said that- during the past fiscal year
the Brotherhood has paid to the widows
and orphaus and disabled member-
?322.o00, making a grand total of $3,12,
Addresses were made bv Ev Governor
unless tin manhood of the individual is I r)UUs ami u aumlHsr of delegates, the exer
hi cure, and his ability to improve his con-(ClsBS dosing with a few remaiLs and
Union and rise above his sunoundiMK is pravcr by Bishop Whitehead
t mceded. TIihI the fiwiiian can Imh-oiuc h Kefernng to a Chicago telegram statins
jHomottve otMCineer. the locomottw en that a party of western engineers had left
Lineer tww nwtHr mechanic, the master ( for thi city to champlou the cause of
mcctiiUHc the sniHTHideiKleut ot iHiae
pmer, the iu(ierulendeut of motive
jmttcr the Kttpt-t .iiM-iideitt or general nian-lU-rof
the iiiw.iv and, possibly, its prM
i-nt, is tie law of our American develop
im-nt unit the source of our national pre
miuettee. But it iinit nlo he admitted
that the individual mit tme liberty of
thought and expreseiOM, ami that the will
of the majoritv miiet be secured before ac
1 mn ohii be utkeu. No labor organist ion
urn pertttMKftillY toceeed whose sole and
unly ohject is to increase aes mid di
Hiniibh liir.- II loc-Kc toe essential bond
of mutual ijmwth.v hhI brmherly help in
teder.-tiiou. I-irst liraud Assistant Lu
neer Hajssaul "I know nothing about
t he men who were in Chicago yesterday.
Weaittivumte no trouble when the time
comes for considering the question of feder-
Htitwi. Ye, there am many who lavor
sue h federation, but as to their numerical
strength, I know nothing. 1 understand
the majority of the western delegates favor
such m plau but as to what the outcome
will be, I will not venture an. opinion.
You can say, however, that thero will be
no trouble in disposing of the matter m a
The Indies Auxiliary of thoBrothernood
Sigxai, Office. Wichita. Kan.. Oct
16. The highest temperature was 69 Q, the
lowest up to 7 p. m. was 53, and the
mean 52, with a black frost in the morning,
followed by sligntly warmer, cloudless
weather, a slight rlso in pressure.
Last year on Oct. 16, the highest tem
perature was 54, the lowest 47, and the
mean 50 , with half an inch of rain, aud
two years ago the corresponding tempera
tures were 71 , 42 , and 53 .
Fred L. Jonxsox, Observer.
WAR DEPARTMENT. WAiHIKGrOK, D. C,
Oct. 16, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Kansas Warmer, sonthernly winds,
For Missouri Wanner, fair weather,
The Third Party Candidate for Attorney
TOPEKA, Kan., Oct. 16. The Capital
will print tomorrow an open letter,
addressed to the voters of Kansas from D.
W. Kent, of Hutchinson, withdrawing
from the race as candidate for attorney
general on the third party ticket. He nays
in the letter: "I am in favor of the elec
tion of Hon. L. B. Kellogg, the Republi
can nominee for that oflice, for the follow
ing reasons: . .
"First My candidacy on the Prohibition
ticket might contribute to the defeat of
General Kellogg, and by this means the
Prohibitionists of the state would lose an
energetic public officer who has used
everv effort to eu force the anti-rum legis
lation of the state, and place in power and
official station au enemy to our cause.
"Second L. B. Kellogg is a practical
Prohibitionist aud has done his duty as at
torney general for the last two years, and,
further, he is pledged to do more in the f u-tim-
than he has done n the past.
"Third He is an onen and hrave enemy
of tne r-subraissionists and they are light
ing him, aud in their convention at Wich
ita they took especial pains to personally
abuse him, and joined iu the nomination
nf Ivm the Peonle's nartv candidate, who
has so far not refused their endorsement.
And as they made certain specific declara
tions against our prohibitory legislation,
it is fair to presume that Ives accepts their
heresy and cordially endorses their plat
form. If he does, no honest man can pre
tend that he is a friend of prohibition and
desires to protect the home against the de
basing influences of the whisky saloon.
"Fourth It is within the power of the
attorney general of this state to make a
pretended en foi cement of law a farce, and
to nullify all the honest efforts of loyal
county attorneys to vindicate it; hence,
would it be wise for us to close eyes ami
allow an open enemy to gain that strong
hold of effective power I say no. I step
out of the way to allow our people to force
the issue for this important office squarely,
so that our genuine prohibitionists may
uot be blamed or accuseu ot nssisuuij mu
rummies into power." m
Mr. Kent further says, in his letter: I
have always voted the Democratic ticket
of the high license order. In 1SS4 I was a
delegate to the Democratic state conven
tion from McLeau county, Illinois. I
moved to Kansas in lbSt), and from a Jaw-voi-'i.
st.'inilnninfc .soon saw that prohibition
half enforced beat high license fully en
forced, and, true to my convictions, I be
came a third party prohibitionists, aud
have remained and am now a piohlbition
itb for principle alone."
Dns Moines, la , Oct. 16. The state con
vention of the Woman's Christian Temper
ance union, of Iowa, got down to business
todav aud a very warm time was experi
enced, resulting in a split between the non
partisan and the third party forces, and
the main body seceding from the national
union. The light today was over a report
of tho committee on credentials, which
recommended unseating a large number
of delegates who were considered
disloyal to the constitution of tho Iowa
union. The discussion was long and
heated, but the report was finally adopted
by a vote 100 to A). The nou-partisan
forces were led by Mrs. J. Ellen Foster,
president of tho union, who with a num
ber ot supnorters withdrew from the
national convention last year on the parti
At tho afternoon meeting a vote was
taken as to whether tholowa union should
secede from the Francis Willard Nationnl
union on account of the third party atti
tude of the national union, and the Iowa
union voted to no longer be identified with
the national union. The vote for the Iowa
non-partisan union w;is 315; for national
third party union, OS.
The tiiird party delegates then withdrew
in a body, with tbe intention of forming
an Iowa union on a third party basis.
Mrs. Foster declined re-election to the
presidency and Mrs. Mattie Bailey, of
Shenandoah, was elected president for the
ensuing j ear Mrs. M. Jalrich of Cedar
Bapids was re-elected corresponding secretary.
Minneapolis. Minn., Oct. 10. The
Northwestern Miller says: As a result of
seven fair sized mills not doinc anything
last week, the Hour output fell off nearly
l.",(XX) burrels. The aggregate product was
1.) 1,400 barrels against 170.-J50 barrels the
week before, 16,030 barrels for the cor
responding week in lSs'J.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 16 The Chicago and
Alton road has agreed to suspend action
ou its notice of a proposed reduction in
lumber aim coal rates, between Chicago
and Kansas City. This is one of the re
sults of a hearing today by the board of
chairmen relative to the division of traffic
at southwestern Missouri river points.
Tho Chicago and Alton's willingness to
suspend action was brought about by
assurances that an equitable division of
traffic would be made with a good share
given to the Alton.
Bradycrotina cured Headaches foy Ma?
Mass, Galveeton, Texas.
FarewaUl God speed thee on thy way
Across tho waste of waters bluo;
From dangers guard thee night and day,
And keep thae gentle, kind and true.
FareweUt Though weary leagues apart.
On foreign land or alien sea.
We'll draw together heart to heart
In closest bonds of sympathy.
God keep thee In his tender care
Where'er on earth thy footstep roam,
And under Ekies serene and fair
Return the wanderer to hia home.
Cures while you wait Preston's
It cures headache only Preston's "Hed-Ake."
Th UUtory t lpyr.
The value of pepper In cooking seems to
havo been known Ions ago. Its use as a
medicine was common in the days ot Hip
pocrates, who applied it, moistened with
alcohol, to his patients. Just as sugar and
tea have been in past timea so dear as only
to be within the reach of the wealthy ao
pepper was in the Middle Ages a very co.t
ly condiment. So much was It valued that
a small packet was at that time deemed a
suitable present to offer a great person.
Common or black pepper ia now grown in
many tropical countries. It i a climbing
plant some twelve feet high, bearing fruit
of a bright red color tbe size of a pea,which
when dried turns black, exchange.
Be SUould Utb Jflue Uyes.
George W. Keene, ef South Boston, de
serves to live until he is 9 years old, in
order to complete hia regard of nines. His
father died in IS59, at the age of 69, and
wa3 bnried on Jan. 23. Mr. Keene him
self was married May 29, enlisted in the
civjl war July 19, 1S83, was mustered out
June 29, 1W, and wus discharged July y
His Ron was married Oct. 2U. On the Uth
of August he received an Injury which
necessitated his removal to tbe city uo
pital, but he was discharged on the i'Jih.
He is 59 years old. Exchange.
An Indiana cow, 5 years old, has given
birth to eight calves. At 3 ears she gave
birth to quadruplets, aud the twt- follow
mc vears to twin
is a specific for
Take on; and one-half pints yelks of
If you have
Miss Helen Newberry, the only daughter
of ex-Congressman Newberry, of Michi
gan, and an heiress, has a passion for out
door sports. She is an accomplished ten
nis player, a good swimmer and "a verita
ble little sea dog when it comes to yacht
ing " She is a skillful bnn jo player.
Borax is another chemical that should
find a common use in every family. For
cleansing tho teeth and sweeteniug the
breath a few grains of the powder in water
ave unexcelled. It also softens and whitens
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
Air for the Urates.
On the Central Pacific railroad the cylin
ders of the locomotive have been utilized
eggs, one and a half pounds of sogar, Deat j increas(J the 8Uppiy 0f uir to the brake,
very etlff; add one and one-half pounas oi nccomplu,ned Dy reVersing the loco-
flour and four ounces or meiiea imwri ti h it : ;n abead tllUb caus
ing the cylinders to act as air compressors,
driving large volumes of air into the train
pipes and reservoirs. To accomplish this a
pipe is taken from the top of the steam
chest to a safety valve, anil thence to the
air drum on the locomotive. The reverse
lever is hooked about one notch back of
the center for ordinary occasions. When
a larger amount of air is required it Is
hooked atill further back. This arrange
ment has been in use about oue year, and
since that time there has hern nodiniculty
from lack of air on grades, oven with trains
of considerable length. New Orleans Piu;
Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will
spread on paper, half inch thick; bake in
hot oven; when done (don't bake hard)
take the paper off quick, roll it up as you
would roll writing paper, ice with white
icing and roll it in pulverized sugar. Cut
off the ends and cut in two in the middle;
mark in slices. Bakers' Helper.
Immediate relief by usins Preston's
Tea and ground coffee are packed in tin
cans of the kind used for maple sirup. A
funnel will be required to fill them, but ex
cept for that the small hole is an advan
tage. Spices are put iu baking powder
boxea, and a strip of paper is pasted around
them to hold tho covers firmly. All pack
ages are carefully labeled to prevent mis
takes. Raisins are stemmed and thrown Into a
large pan, then covered with boiling wa
ter. This kills all insect eggs in case they
may exist. After five minutes the water
is cooled so the hands can bear it, tbe fruit
is washed, drained oa sieves, and dried
quickly either iu a fruit drier or a hot
ovea. It is then packed iu fruit cans while
fifteen minutes; Pre ston
Old True iu Mrtlne.
John Plummer, who drives the stage
from Scarboro station to Biggins beach,
buys that the other day he carried a man
over the route who said that he couldn't
see as those big elm trees, which stand lie
tween the ttation and the beach, had grow n
anv for sixtv eurs. It is thought that
their age must be nearly 200 ears. There
ure six of them in a line by the roadside,
und they are fiue specimens of the elm.
Lewiatn T "r 'I
Immediate, harmless Preston's "Hed
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TJ following itronB ondarwinont frmCpUln
John H. Ah. ox-Judge of u win juai uw.
BttU of ladUn. Ha nrluo M followu
October M. Wi
lt Ihe tno eompUto and conoU work of lb
lert I bar Tr ml with. I cannot nohow tho
vsUmatla practicing lawor can. do without lu
Htaoaldbo entluod Tbo Lawjor's V4o Mocubj.
Truly ud olncortlr jour.
JOUJf B. XSU, Attoror at tr.
I hto In wo jvsr "AltorBr- retail Uwiktt.'
and find It erj ronton!! aa4 wot! axraa(l for
iMplns comtl(o moraora-ada oloach Cjua U U
Juitwbata lawyer noo4a la Cooping a ooniploto
focot-d ot hi work.
Tours Boot roopooifoilr,
n. B. MOHHIB. Coun.tr Att.ru;.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Comer First St.
leritifcor lUuiMmeiwhoiJwrs .iMmk'iit. j 0f LocownHUf Kiimiir met this uiorn-
Tne tftidem of Mioh tut .rsuiwMm
inevitably mid aiut rapidly collision and
'1m the railed RUtes our pare is
rajtid and tmrdeelHMeut M pfceniimenul,
llmt, without due cwMetderatfoti, vf rush
rapidly U extremes Yui i true both of
cntMud Mad hUor: but within h few yer
everything, fnm due luwh U Meauut.,
uud fixiui ugar to n!iHe, hw bees or
ynuixed into Mime fwm of iwponttu or
truU HoKtile lejri-Utiou aud tbe Uw of
trade ill Iwive oaly the legitimate enter -prhtia
Mtrvivims In tho stnw vrny, and
I rem the snuhs chm, there have beett
evural ambitious attempts to form giCHU
tic labor trtthU, hich should combine
iudor oue eentril and antoct-Mtie HUthonty
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rKdine" "eo"u d "ebolr I WASHD!TOy. Oct. lPreridt Harri
3nu,t be as intelligent a. ,,k,h iu '? .IW?S L" ?eJ".M,S
owu gronufU No matter bo ulileaiiwni "cuncl1 DVi i i .. i- ilo , ,vU
may Lh a cabinet -maker, a car, enter, or hjmu, ent.ucl WU .!. wro
u uiumii. aud no matter how comment to , ? imprisonment for lnrcenj He lifts
repivWthisoHTtt trade, he wmld be ai-. alsosrautwl a I, ,!n'h ?. At
lolutelv helple. in endeavonag to argue ' thu A . street of 11 1 inots wntenced to
t hn i.i.fiMi. .f m Krotherhood of loomotie ' P "" oi wu ni ww iumwu.
Hugiueet. And JtheloetMiiotiv engineers
cducatetl in tbe principle of the brother
hood, would never attempt to speak of
that which they do not thoroushlr under
auind. The attend to their own buMue&s
TeMiueranoe hall lit executive
The reports of the nmd secre
tary and the raud treasurer Avere recuivud
and routine busine was tmn-uctfd. Thu
afternoon the ladies attending the open
ing of the engineer.' ooiivonlion, the mem
bers of the Brotherhood, and Indies'
Auxiliary will get down to busiueas m
Don't waste prociotLS time Use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup at once for your cough
Bewaro of frauds' You want the goau
ine Salvation. Oil for your headuehe. 25
wnd that of their brethren.
A oommittee called upon mo last fall
-with a senes of complaint- ami demands.
all of which were quickly and satLsfacoort
lv adjutei. To a demand for tbe locomo
tive engineers. I MUdtothem. 'Geutlemen
thtit is a body able to sjeak lor thctn
elves.' Thev then said that their object
wns to brealt up tbe eeianiwttioH of looo
jnotive enaiueer, and to pathec into the
one orgauiation every department of tbe
railway sen ice. and that if the mnnnse
..f ,f tiiu (Hitml roatl would re-Oi;BIM
t he claims of euuineer. only through t"bem.
this result would lw brought about, and
thi interstate commerce law
The ceusiis burenu Unlay announced the
populations of cities', towns aud btat.es aa
State of IV-srs Population, 2.288,20:
increase, 610.471. per dent. 40 HL State of
Tennessee Population, 1,763,728; increase,
2il,S51; per cent, 14,35.
WALLER AND ANTHONY.
Arkansas CiTr. Knn., Oct. ia J I.
Valler addressed a large assemblage of
people tonight at HiuhhiMd hxtlt. lie
spoke for two hours and his speeoh was
one of the strongest made here thrs fall.
ATCHls, Kan., Oct. 1C Ex-Uover ww
George T Anthony dellverotl oe of his
eharaefeMV-tic speeciies to u large ! ap
preciative Audience at Apollo hall thu
cveume He eulogutwi toe Kepupiican
,To.ni iiu . iin.
In one of the tovm3 of Lincoln county
there formerly lived a couple known to the
surrounding country a John and Wary
Ann. Did fortune smile upon their hum
ble hirth It most have been a very sickly
smile, if indeed fortune changed counte
nance at all, for it frequently happened that
their Inrder, like that of tbo venerable
Mrs. nuhbard, was bare of anything of an
osseous character even, to say nothing of
luead and butter. One thing, however,
they always contrived to have on hand
tobacco, and two very black pipes, for
Mary Ann shared her husband's joys as
well as h: sorrows. John would come i
home at night and interrogate hi spouse j
as is the prospect for internal refreshment
"What yer got tcr eat, Mary Ann."
"Nary a crumb, John."
"Ain't ary 'taters?''
"Xary a 'tater, John."
Then the man of the house wonld heaTe
a pish of resignation and say, "Wall. Mary
Ann, full yer pipe V less bev a emoke,"
John's spiritual condit'.on was a pource
1 of onnic solicitude to his wife, who one day
persuaded him to accompany her to a
prayer nieetinff that was to be held in a
school house ome mile away. Arriving
there John, the sinful soul, drew the line
at entering the house, and persisted in sit
ting down outside under one of the open
windows, where he could enjoy a peaceful
smoke and get the benedt of the meeting
at the same time.
Tbe service within was progressing une
ventfully when Mary Ann arose and, after
dwelling upon the lost and undone condi
tion of her lord and master and the great
distress which this condition caused her,
asked tbe prayers of the andleace for the
unrezonerate John. A hush fell upon tha
assembly, during which the head of the
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Price of docket 51.00. By mail postpaid to any ad
dress upon recalpt or $1.07. AdUreaa
R. P. L1UBDOCK, THE WICHITA BAGLB,
.Business Manager. Wichita, Kansoa
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The Eaole is for the sals of tk
abors raachls. extra appllo, ete.
AddreM IU V. UURDOCI,
Tf Ichltti, KuU
rATirran t Taotws a. roiio-.
i DOCTOR TERRILL
1 IllsljlsFs OK WOMK-Dr TVrrf! haj inaiSo
, dMuw ot women a rc1altr for th tat twectr
years and wiae lo tUio thai b ts " " iM 10
Jtrtsmnw batvrfes. ele. trtxle. rtc, Tor their jc
rrul trimt- inc'ua.ac clwowl terEor. -
iUcments etiarceiceaiA. pruii. uj-...u-s
Clre. pr,r . bottui proHTnum. ic
wuDati.; cuat-xo eSecl U senTea irem c- ,
t-tetT bn - eollCct T aPPKd "ar" .
Ml.Ut bo mates the aophcmZMra ot f4rtrttyla
p-roa d-sc jrlal feataro of h.s pratrieo. '
1 s doctor baa tie lEeal Cftf ee duso&d carina
Uuurr eer st m the wol. aJI tto apptuacoj
trcUili7 sacked to tt urunBiot iickM
r sernlE-1 wciktioa-. whlca fee qiKkU a4 penaas
ut !t- at re by tk akl of eleemctty
C ATA It KH -rerr es-- oteatMsrb i fr-iM. If
ropr r trealeu. Ur.
TerrtH osi Mai.ey sew
MN llvKASKSofa klai eared wba crAn pia icv
a - --- .. --- . . criiML
upon a much lower lais tiau tie urotttw- gixm tfcke. and deaeuitcad Governor Rob-
hoo could admit umier umr rureo, tutu u iRaW1 ?B
wcdUl not do so, tley would strike and tie
.. ti.n nwfl laudtothem: 'IrogawlUie
3Jrotherhoo.l of Locomotive oaloa s
the hot labor accufcdzstio to Uwlnttcd
Btate3, and a& a sulegtiard both to the puo-
the severest language.
Til Ptoaxaro Seeker j
Will find a deUtAtful all--ui'roaad
rosawt at Srcefcir Springs, Mo. i
1 xkiN il.KKafaa klaiearetf M ecieri pi ib:oitve.c- m newt
!.- . . MAi r x irtiVllI It.-kl IHtUSUSV
gantleinan in q-estion slowly appeared j 'ViLKJC-isrrL Aaada recta filce ecroi ZbVtBrkeiar vnm r--.
above the windcwsilL Besting hi. eIowa frJYYV'" ., A 1 JSFXTJl
nnn te.i. and holLnc hie r:t In an easy v '- " V M"L L1. O. Sit Miiin .ttlrKurot Ksrr-rr mtt- )rt.li''U
aultnde between his thsmb and foreflngtr. ??& SSV&ST """r "" " ' It." NlT
I he cast a be.erolent 1-oi: upon those with- Sl5S3aS's-l3 $ i " '7:
., fiT,llv rrtd nron bis wife, to Ul IkT tJliC uTn ad Ur. rt.euaaUtta. UC llea ef y- ' JSiSl
.. i. u Jt.- l , r.i-r tp. drew. Srtsbu dlieo. teacocr, auj ....
"Speak far yorself. Marj Ann. but don't , s'yi'Hia.11. Tt A??.? 5?;h!??
vmmAmjmmi..m, .jam ii lUiMUDau.inin RrSiclMSt to SmTtS of the eB7. CT&.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. t&-- "fg&n a
MISCELL An lU y b Qt oprIat? u ror
i , PrRminm Tit-can eet them out on ahorUr noVLcm
!Fyothnr or -school catiiloffuoa w. hav.
I.Aat type faces for that, especial worlc Jjonitltuaoxu
-.nd By-Laws for Lodges, Bulidlag 4s LoanAjocl
Sehool Records, Ete-
We deslro to call tho attention of Codnty gupertnten
tendenw. school dletrtot orilcraand toMton to oar
Une or school pubUcAttons as ivan below. Oar Mhopl
records and booia aro aor odng luiwd azoJMlvftly la
qult & number of untle aiid irojpjrgr toaar
In the markei. Classification Tenn BfOOfdBccJ of
Apportionment of State and Cooatr &:hcci Toiidj,
Superintendent's Record of School yirw, (PocJcet
SSSTBocord of Teachers' Ability. ffMflto), Bo
ordofOfrirlal Actfl. naa-IaIJIc1 $?&:
nal Statistical Reporta. Subooi Dtetrlcrc g ric'i
Rord School Id rrvt Trearurer, Record-ftchooi
SStrlct iSmutt-h Vy want Renter. I&SSSIS
Clerk's Order Booic. Schooi lcher' Dally Btfr,
School District Boundarlw, S f eea Sagioy
d. RecelDtrf. iJ.tioa onal Institute, Hoeipw,
Teacher's jBxam:ar.tlon. Agister Storsnal JjmiQuU.
O-dera on Treaaur- r. Ordera on hernial Insutox rnxCL
Orders Tor Apportionment Stat Echoipd, Ordra
Dividend State and Coontr School Fond, Grdr on
Fund from Saio of School Land, 2craihry Report
School District, Promotion Cards District Scaool,
Diplomas District Schools, Pupll3 loathly Report.
Loan and Investment Companies.
BooScs and blanks. Our Loan Register U noTT Jn um
I by loan cocipanlss generally.
(The Daily Eagle.
i -PMrit oazes-Contftlns tbe day and night associated
state . i.rhu3 frvrntt nnA th Isltj-!. tti rVf. iortrtit J
w frrita rf-r. Kiiifn:'7v; ' m
& The Weekly Eagle.
Eight pae contains more sxata and general aes
and faa:ern diKp&tches than any weekly papsr In tha
Southwest. The latest market reports up to thfchottr
urea- oX -.. n, te fr.-..VirTr ! r nntnrr tn nrnat karnnla nr, f,a
&XM. dua$. t . T a tm7 j gym1Lt promptly laiTiLihed upon wori: of any kind. Addres,
I!ElEaR BUKRcn "rt , R P. MUHDOCK, Business Manager.
131 E. DOOiaS ATI, wicults, TTingal
JsfKGKON OCl I.IST AND ArKIsT-G!
rpedaj atteattoa to d M-a of t& eye lw
lLen.-Jccl.ic &;utBU. o( jlu tocxureat Ini
t Al FltAOT reraored aad 5jjt reitered la 7
wfco bare oo? lee UtUJir btd.
IKChhCl Ki straJzLlecotf. la ISAS7 ca wi-
r i - .. . .... nva! nsklnfnl- irrrtl i cat (mfnUAL
G or pwfMSriUOD, c Or 'Terrill ba r O KA M ITF.D IJ Db asd aH farra sore ejet
centlvsoeat wvtraJ rcociae la the Urse hcapUai t qotcklr corvd. Ant3cUl ey lorted.
ot the e!a In tbVteecisl T eSeetnrtiy sl H . J JiA r i-xat. uraWe ca pro.r rr4.
lmlUf -& UalSeSlfic appUcatloo- tae aSiwild aM.apt t St c.. lrt rtr tfce
sTkk-01 t DlsFLvsKSr- UT. ItxrVX wt'tes to i fuuect more Krw than rood Ksr n
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cu mo "'" cno --""--:- -.r- - ."-77.-"-.t r: .rr rr . a..
e'erno tuIod nC ai. reasl a T i
Cttcatio ef profcr r.-- IfoM "SfJz,
eje baiO, orbtu. teraptM er terefte4. K t4. er
wt4x ' te eti-rs n tosMlMr tic,
orrTTh!Er wr- or hattta tf'SJ we aU07aj
toa Aoejior "y (tort t-s" e ' V
faott ia the -v f rt wtH c rrUrmZ BT
tbe applkUc ef pruver c- A wT..i?
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