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Signal Office. "Wichita. Kan., Oct.
28. The highest temperature was 79 , the
lowest tip to 7 p. in. was 38, and the
mean 58, with very warm, cloudless
weather and falling barometer, 29.859 at 7
p. m., lighf southwest to brisk northwest
Last year on Oct. 28, the highest tem
perature was 63, the lowest 43, and the
mean 54, and two years ago the corres
ponding temperatures were CO , 34 and
FRED L. Jonxsox. Observer.
"War Department. Washing ton, D. C,
Oct. 28, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Kansas -Fair weather, westerly
winds and colder by Thursday morning.
For Missouri Bains, preceded by fair
weather in western portion, westerly
winds and wanner.
ABILENE, Khii., Oct. 23. There was good
attendance todny at the opening day of
the Interstate Breeders fall meeting. The
dus was bad and the air raw. All races
are stako races to make records. The 2:50
trot was won bv , Borden second,
Thistle third, "Webcbrook fourth, Max B.
lifth; best time 2:42Y-
Kentucky Rusbcll won the 2:25 trot, Le
Ho second, Grace "W. third; best time 2:20.
The yearling trot was von by Charles 1 .,
Russell second; best time 2:52
The 3-year-old trot was won by Olivette,
Kansas second; best time 2:28".
Turk was Pent to beat the best 2:20, but
made the mile in 2:22.
THE ROCK ISLAND GOING INTO TRINI
DAD. There Is a well-founded rumor that the
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway
is to reach Trinidad, Colo., in n few
months, in a direct air-line from the east,
through Kansas. This road has just pur
chased a large bodv of the iinest coal lands
Mirrounding Trinidad, and is reaching out
after the enormous coal trade developing
CniCAGO. Ocu 28. An evening paper
nays: J. Pierpont Morgan, ex Secretary
William C. "Whitney, and other capitalists,
have started on a western tour. They will be
joined at Cincinnati by President Ingalls,
of the Big Four, and President Manvel, of
the Atchison, and will continue the journey
southwesterly. It is understood that at
St. Louis, they will meet Jay Gould and C.
P. Huntington, and that the journey is
undertaken with a view to the harmoniz
ing of the Vanderbilt-Gould-Atchison-Jluntiugtou
interests in respect to tho
pjoposcd trans-continental trunk lines via
the Southern Pacific from ocean to ocean.
TJTICA, N. Y., Oct. 28. The spring-tooth
harrow men have organized the National
Harrow company with a capital btock of
$51(0,000. The main office of the company
will be in Utica. They have purchased a
great many patents covering substantially
all tho harrow manufacturers in th
United State. It is nnderstood that there
are but three manufacturers who have not
gono into the company, and they are likely
to go in within a short time. Strange to
relate, the prices for the coming year hao j
been reduced from those of last season.
A PROMINENT MAN KILLED.
KANSAS Citv, Mo., Oct. 28. Drury Un
derwood, a well known business man of
this city, while out driving this eening,
was struck by the Alton express at Shef
field, a suburban toun, and was instantly
killed Mr. Underwood was president of
the Exposition Driving Park association,
the Kansas-JIissouri Interstate Fair asso
ciation, and a prominent contractor and
brick manufacturer. He was also a mem
ber of tho Kansas City Gun club and an
active patron of amateur athletic sports.
1 ho Uest Mineral Waters
Are from Excelsior Springs (Mo.).
Regent is natures tonic and diuretic,
Sulpbo Saline is a mild iaxitive.
Washington, Oct. 2S. A fatal runaway
accident occurred in this city today by
which Mrs. Margaret Gantt, widow of i he
late Lieutenant Gantt, of the navy, was
killed and her daughter, Mfcs Clare Gantt,
very seriously injured. The two ladies
were out in their own carriage, witli a
colored man driving, when the horse,
which was somewhat fractious, became
unmanageable. The ladies, fearing for
their lives, jumped from the carriage with
the result suited.
CniCAGO, Oct. 2S. Tho annual conven
tion of tho Unitarians of tho west was
opeued this evening at Unity church. Rev.
Minot J. Savage delivered an able address
upon "Tho Religious Situation." Tho
convention will be in sc-sion several days.
It is expected that President Pot tor, of tho
Columbian exposition, will preside tomor
row. CLAY COTNTY POLITICS
CLAY Cfnter, Kan., Oct 2S. This has
been tho biggest political day ever known
in tho history of Clay county. Five hun
dred voters participated in tho exercises of
the day. Senator Ingalls addressed 1,200
in the opera house in the afternoon, and
3.000 a few minutes afterwards in the park,
lion. Joseph Ady spoko to an opera house
packed to its utmost this evoniu.
If fails, money refunded; Preston's
A CRAZY KING
The Hague, Oct. 28. At today's session
of the Dutch parliament, all the members
of both houses being present, Dr. Mnckay,
minister of the colonies, announced that,
in tho opinion of tho doctors who had ex
amined tho king, his majesty's health was
such that he Mas incapacitated from per
forming tho duties of the government. lie
therefore askod parliament to make the
declaration that the constitution pre
scribed. Both chambers will assemble to
morrow, lion a decision in tho matter
will be announced.
THE OPERATORS' STRIKE.
St. Paul, Oct. JS The Western Union
office in this city gives no siiru of a strike,
almost a full force being at work today.
Supt. McMichacl says they are up with all
business, and have not been at all ham
pered by tho walkout, except for a couple
of hours last night. There aro altogether
twenty-five men out, tweie of whom were
discharged, w hile tho others quit of their
A BISHOP'S WARNING.
LONPOV, Oct. 2S. Bishop O'Dwycr, of
Limerick, is quotvd as saying that the
Amoncans should draw a broad distinc
tion between the strving people of certin
parts of Ireland and contributions to tho
National Ijeaeue, and should see ihat no
money intended for charitable purposes
goes to illegal objects.
Sure cure Preston's "Iled-Ake."
JFFFFRSON Citv, Mo. Oct 28 Ferd
Senter committed suicide hore today by
drowning himself in tho river. Sentor ar
rived here last night and acted so strangely
that he was hauled up lit r night police
man. He was released this, morning and
explained that he had beeu drinking
htavily. He told an otlicer that he would
go to the river and wash his hands. As
oon as he reacht d the river ho plunged in
and w as soon drowned. Senter stated that
he was a printer and had been employed at
San FkancisBO, CmL, Oct. 2S.-Iulius
Dornsife, aged 23 a son of ex-Mayor Dorn
sifc, of Kansas Citv, commuted suicide by
taking laudanum lat night. The youns
man, who was of a roving disposition, was
staying with relatnc. in thiscity. Hehad
been employed at a number of places at
different times, but became dcsiondeut
and resolved to end his career
FlNDLAT, Oct. Senator Sherman ad
dressed the greatbt Republican nm-s
meeting held in thi- congressional district
this 3ear in the wigwam in this oitjr to
night. The wicwam is a huge struoture
tapable of holdiug about C.000 people and
tonight when the souator begHnfiiib speech
it was filled.
THE LOTTERY LAW.
Fort Watne, Ind., Oct. 23. The entire
edition of the Fort Wayne Daily Journal
of yesterday, was thrown out of the mails
by Postmaster Higgins because tho paper
published an account of a Catholic church
lair, which contained a list of tho numbers
which had drawn prizes.
The morning Gazette was also stopped
because it contained a short item regard
ing the lottery of a sofa pillow for the ben
efit of a poor family. Subsequently the
objectionable article was cut out, and the
Gazette papers were remailed.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct, 28. A cable dispatch
has been received from Sir Charles Tup
per, announcing the fact that he has for
warded a petition for commutation of the
death sentence of Birchall, the murderer
of F. C. Benwell, got up in England by the
family of the condemned man. in re
sponse to an inquiry from Mrs. Birchall,
Deputy Minister of Justice Sedgwick has
written to her that the Canadian petition
may be presented as late as November 5,
and by herself if she desires.
A BIG BLAZE.
Eureka Springs. Ark., Oct. 23. Fire
started in H. S. Collins' jewelry store, in
the Perry house, ou Spring street, and
consumed property valued at $200,000.
There was no loss of life. The Perry
house, Springfield house, Ohio house, nnd
thirty-fho other business and dwelling
houses were destroyed. The total insur
ance is about $7,000.
EDINBL'RG, Oct 28 Mr. Gladstone, in
an address to the workmen of the Ptim
pherstone oil works, today, extolled free
trade. He said that the results of the last
fifty years' legislation had been that trade
had multiplied five-fold: that the popula
tion had doubled, and that the material,
social, moral and political condition of the
country uau enormously improveu.
A WIDOW WORSTED.
Des Moines, Io., Oct 23. A good look
ing young German about 30 arrived in
Marion, Io., about tbreo weeks ago and
put up at the Farmers' hotel, owned by a
widow named Freisinger. He wooed and
won the landlady in an incredibly short
space of time, induced her to draw M.O0O
from thobank in Marion, which he tucked
in his inside pocket, and disappeared. His
whereabout now aro unknown.
Marshall. Mo., Oct. 28. William
Clmlin o tiftla rfiiup Htriiifr lipn hnM hpcn
shipping cattle to Mexico consigned to his
JlUILIIUr, II. JV. ltlllivui. itiniuiij .,.
pnUv.fl nn ni-rlnr frnm Walker not to shiIJ
mm r.riu nc tlin Afvirlin I'f V(Tn IT1IT1 1, I1II4
just placed an import duty of S500 a car on
IULLU.', 111 ICLaA.artb.Vi iUi i-uv n-ixiuv.j
FIRE IN A BREWERY.
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 28. Fire in the
George Wiedinann Brewing company es-
t nlilii-tiniant in Vdvvnnrt KV.. L'ist Dlchl.
destroyed a large warehouse containing
100,000 bushels of barley and malt. The
lo-s is estimated at $100,000, with insurance
covering the loss.
Cleveland, Oct. 28. The call has been
issued by Ellen J. Phiuney. president of
the non-partisau W. C. T. U., for a na
tional convention of the non-partisans to
be held at Alleghany City, November in,
20 and 21, lbtK). Delcga tes and visitors are
asked to send their names and addresses
jus soon as possible to Mrs. II. C. C.unpbpll,
137 Sandusky street, Alleghany City, Pa.
Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 2S First day
of the fall meeting of the West Side jockey
club, winners: Bobby Beach, Roselaud,
Amos A., Hopeful, I ma D.
Washington, Oct. 28. Winners of to
day's races at Benning's course: Behvood,
Foxmede, Helen Rose, Iceburg, Cornet.
Cures while you waitr-Preston's "Hed
Ake." THE Rlv-.. w. lwi SOULS.
March Into Oblivion Tliut Gav the Name
to a loxk-au Stream.
Over three centuries backward, and be
fore the inquisitive De Soto had lighted his
camp fire on the banks of the Mississippi,
the Spaniards had achieved two settle-m-rats
in this land of tho Occident Santa
Fe and St. Augustine. They had no
knowledge of the country which lay be
tween these points or its inhabitants. As
to what might be tho dangers and dead
falls of a journey from ono place to an
other they were as blindly ignorant as of
tho history of the moon. But this igno
rance affected them not, and full of the un
easy spirit of the hour a military party in
Santa Fe resolved on an overland expedi
tion to St. Augustine. They knew the dis
tance, for they could figure the latitude
and longitude, nnd they could get tho di
rection of tho compass; but this was the
sum of their knowledge.
Tho expedition, numbering some hun
dreds of men, left Santa Fe late in the
summer, and crossing tho mountains at
the Raton pass, tho present route of the
Santa Fo railroad, they camped that win
ter on tho present site of Trinidad. The
grass was long in tho valley, tho game was
plenty on tho hills, their own stores were
ample, and sending back to Santa Fo for
minstrel nnd glco maiden, these gentle
men of the sword got in as gay a season as
they ever have since. Those old dons were
lads of spirit, and possessed high hearts as
well as a tasto for travel. Before them to
tho eastward as far as the eye could sweep
sprctd tho desert unconfined. What was
to bo met there they knew not, but their
lack of knowledge was coincident with an
equal lack of care
With tho melting of tho snows in the
spring sunshine their women and camp
followers returned to Santa Fe. The last
hand was waved goodby, the last adios
were uttered and tho explorers turned their
resolute faces to the work in hand. They
marched down the valley of the little
muddy river, which flows as you read this
through the town of Trinidad. Tho ones
who were to return to Santa Fo watched
them for miles, assisted by the light of tho
sun on steel cap and harness. At last
they wero hidden In the willows far down
tho valloy, and this was the last that was
ever known of them.
With tho last flap of the last banner it
was as If they had marched out of exist
ence, and whether they sunk in rivers, per
ished in tho drifting snows, or were done
to death by Indians was never told. No
sign or trace of this expedition or its peo
ple was e er found. There was something
o eerie nnd mysterious in the complete
disappearance of this band, something so
dark in the silence of their fate, that the
superstitious Spaniard made the sign of
the holy cross when ho recalled it. With
that effort at commemoration which was
the spirit of that time the little mnddy
torrent in whoso valley the loot explorers
last were seen was called El Rio de Los
Animas "Tho River of Lot Souls."
Tins was the Spanish name when Sonb
tette, Choutoau. Bent, Carbon, St. Vrain
and other representatives of the French
Fur compan. of St. Louis, first saw it.
Knowing nothing of the story and assisted
only by their inferences drawn from the
nsme, these translated the appellation
into Purgato're. When the jocund bull
whacker of the overland trail got to it in
his free and easy French he called it -the
Picketwire." Everj- brand it ever had
still sticks, and today you will find the
little vaerant of a stream pursuing its
gli-tening mission to the sea. Kansas Citv
Kxtraordinarj- Leap of a Horr.
A horse belonging to Mr. W Stuart, of
RalUghMderren. jumped threngh an ofx-n
window S ftct 3 inches by 2 feet 2 inch and
3 feet from the erouad. The bore fc. alxwt
lfi hands high. H was confined te his box
for a few days without getting his hsu1
exercise and became resile.. The hrs
came quite afe except a little scratch oa
the hips. London Court JournaL
MEN WM MUSCLE
A Great Gathering; at the Capi
tal Oc':. II.
HALC0L31 TV. POIiD'S FORECAST.
The Well Known Atblcio Describes the
Events and the Entries and Gives Ilia
Views as to tho rroTab!e Victors In the
Annual Amateur Chjimplonshjp Games.
The amateur championship games at
Analostan island, Washington, D. C, Oct.
It, will be an unusually important event
in tho world of athletics. There will be
nineteen events on the programme, includ
ing six distances at flat runrJng, two at
hurdle racing, two at walking, one at bi
cycling, three at weight throwing, three
At jumping and two at tug of war. The
great rivalry among the most prominent
athletic clubs of the United & at es will bo
settled for the ensuing jear on this day,
and these organizations are leaving no
Btone unturned to strengthen their teams.
In the 100 and 220 yards runs the most
prominent contestants will be Luther Cary,
Fred Westing, Mortimer Rmington, of
the Manhattan AthlrMo club; John Owen,
Jr., the present champion at these two dis
tances, and Harry Jewett, of the Detroit
Athletic club, and perhaps C. Q. Sherrill,
of the New York Athletic club. These aro
the fastest men in tin United States, and
the championship at both these distances
will not go outside of them. It is thought
that Cary, Owen and .!wett have the best
chance of coming to the front.
Ilemingtou and J. S Roddy, of the Man
hattans, and YV. C. Downs and W. C. Dohm,
of the New York Athletic club, are tho
most formidable contestants in the 440
yards class. The chances are that either
Downs or Remington will be the victor.
These same men, with George S. Tracey, of
Halifax, and J. W. Moffat, of the Montreal
Amateur Athletic cluo. will combat for
honors in the 880 yards run. Tracey won
tho American championship at this event
in 1887, and has not competed for the title
since. Tracey, Moffat. Downs and Dohm
will battle the fiercest for the event this
The one mile run will produce a great
field of distance runners. A, B. George,
T. P. Conneff, W. McCarthy and F. M.
Carr, of the Mauhattan Athletic club; W.
D. Day, the cross country champion, and
Ernest Hjertberg, of the New Jersey Ath
letic club, and perhaps E. C. Carter, of the
New York Athletic club, will le the best
men in it, although the latter may bo de
barred from entering on account of his be
ing the paid handicapper of the A. A- U.
It is freely predicted that the best Ameri
can record, 4m. 21 2-fis . will be crowded by
several of the contev ts. The same men,
with tho addition - me lessor lights.
W. C DOWN'S. J. P. LH3.
It. K. TKITCnARD.
E. nJERTBEKQ. GtOROE SCHWEGLEB.
Will do battle for first place in the fivo
mile run. It is generally conceded, though,
that first place in this event will lio be
tween Day and Conneff.
Tho ono and three milo walks will have
E. D. Lange, C. L. Nicoll and J. Gregg, of
the Manhattans; W. R. Burkhardt, of
the Pastime Athletic club, of New York
City, and the old time champion, Frank
I Murray, of tho Acorn Athletic associa
tion, of Brooklyn. Burkhardt is the first
choice for ono mile, and Nicoll seems to bo
the favorite for tho longer event, but all
Tho two hurdles 120 yards, 3 ft. 6 in.
high, and 220 yards, 2 ft. fl in. high will
produce great timber topping, and the rec
ord in either one or perhaps both may go.
George Schwegler, H. I, Williams, A. A.
Jordan and J. P. Lee, of the New York
Athletic club; F. C. Puffer, of the New
Jersey Athletic club, and A. F. Copland,
of tho Manhattans, are the most expert
ones. Many athletes think Copland will
The running high jump will be won In
the neighborhood of 0 feet, for R. K.Pritch
ard and ll. L. Ilallock, of the Manhattans
(holding records respectively of 3 ft. ll
:n. and 5 ft. IO' in.); J. E. Morse and Dan
iel Long, of the Boston Athletic associa
tion (the respecthe records of whom aro 5
ft. llvt in nnd 5 ft. 11 in.), will be the best
entries. These four men are so evenly
matched that few dare conjecture which
will win. The running broad jump will
be almost as close. Tho best competitors
will be Ernest S. Ramsdell. of tho Athletic
club of the Schuylkill navy; V. Hal pin,
sf tho New Jersey Athletic club; A. F.
Copland, of the Manhattans, and A. A
Jordan, of the New Yorks. It Ls thought
that 23 feet will be done by the winner,
and each of these four has dono in the
neighborhood of that figure.
If H. H. Baxter, of the New Yorks, is
not a competitor in the pole vault, first
honors will lie between E. D. Ryder, of
the New Yorks; R. Curry, of the Boston
Athletic association and Z. A. Cooper, of
the Manhattans. Ryder has the best rec
ord of the trio, his figures being 10 ft.
the 16 pound shot, throwing the
16 pound hammer nnd throwing the 56"
ponnd weight will mm out half a dozen
men put together like the mythical Her
cules. They arc James S Mitchell, W. L.
Coudon and George R. Gray, of the New
Yorks; C. A. J. Qneckberner. F. Ij. Lam
brecht and H. H. Janeway, of the Manhatr
tans, and several outsiders. Gray is picked
for the shot, Mitchell for the hammer and
Queckberner for the "5t5." The majority
&f thee men may also compete in the in
dividual tug of war, but Queckberner is
1. 1 most a sure winner in this event. There
will also be a tug of w.ir for teams of four
aien of unlimited weight, m which the
Manhattan. Berkeley Athletic clnb and
Acorn Athletic ciub will have the best
tuau. M. Y. Ford.
The Thistle bes bern queen among En
glish racing vncfats Ui-s season. She has
won fifteen And tiniaa il second 5n seven
teen races out of iiw forty in which she
contested. Her wisiu,. were oTer vo.Wj.
Three CttrpopAS Prlucs
Toe ginm of royaitjr is the crown prin
cess of Dena'xra, oe is 6 feet and 3
inches mil Tjr niot sensible Of her cla.s
fc prohxhlv Pn Mfine Ann, of Portu
gal. Si- l aoout to wed an untitled phy-w-.o.
and defeud hr choice by sarin jr.
"I prefer to marry a man without a name
nrtber iluri anaire wim-vji xaian." There
i L enrreiit the -aory thftt a danchter of
the Pnooe of Wales loves a son of the
boneoi Rotbftchild. His royal highness
l -nid to favor she alliance, nnd the only
prereqntirc to the nuptials yet nruutained
L the consent of ths qeeea
ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT
Preston's "Hed-Ake" is a specific fo
The latesffad in medicine is known as
"orificial surgery." The dieciples of this
new cult look chiefly to the openings in the
human form, believing, with the great I
bard, that all men have their exits and
their entrances, and that if these are pre
served in a normal condition the internal
region will take care of themselves. The
New York Medical Record styles the prac
titioners of this art "oriphysicians "
If you have headache try Preston's
Hnrmlrs., but a Dreadful Bore.
A laughable and sort of harmless nui
sance is the man who strolling about wan
ders into the theatre. He picks up a stray
6eat. He has not much of an idea what
the play Ls about. His thoughts are rather
slow, but he listens intently, and endeav
ors to put this and that together. Before
the combination is quite complete he hears
an uproarious laughter from every one
around. He turns to the lady or the gen
tleman in the seat next to his own and
asks, "What was it that he said?" He is
told, and then he has a good laugh to him
self. Just as he thoroughly digested that wit
ticism something else causes laughter. He
heard it all but the last word. He can't
laugh without that, so he turns to the oc
cupant of tho next scat again and says,
"What was that last word?" Again he is
told. How he does enjoy it. He laughs
until the tears almost come all by himself
again. And 6o he spend? the evening, giv
ing strict attention to the play, but never
knowing just when to lauga until warned
by the audience, and then he has not caught
the "last word." He comes alone. He
hears tho last word alone. He laughs
alone. He goes home alone. Chicago Her
ald. Any case of Headache is cured by Brady
"Annie, tell that anecdote Cousin Olive
told tho other night, please," said a young
lady to her sister, while they were making
a call. When Annie had complied her
sister announced, sympathetically, to the
company, "You can imagine how funny it
was, because Olive tells a story so well!"
Another unfortunate relater of a bor
rowed tale was a gentleman who ventured
to ask an intimate friend, "Why don't you
wear a wig?"
"I'd rather dye," was the answer, and
though the pun was an old one it happened
to be new to the hearer, and greatly amused
him not so much that he did not speedily
forget the point.
That night, on returning home, he said
to his wife: "Richardson said an awfully
good thing this afternoon. I asked him
why ho didn't wear a wig, and he said he'd
rather cominitsuicide than do such a thing.
Why don't you laugh? But, then, women
haven't any sense of humor to speak of l"
Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will
Steel Currince Wheel.
Carriage wheels are now being made
from cold roiled steel. The spokes are
tubular and adjustable. The wheels are
so put together that any part can be re
placed without taking off the tire or felloe.
The cloud effects and the snow effects of
the Himalaya mountains are indescribably
grand. They are different from anything
seen in travels of hundreds of miles through
the Alps, and they are in many respects
more inters' '""'
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-KIN IMStAHKSefall klaJ carol whea cthert t
riL.k&. riSTXiLandaH rectal diseases cared.
o Vclf e so pain, a care raaraateed.
LkKTHRAL STRlCTLKE pUeUr and pr
maaeaUy cared by electrogram. NocoUlct, sc paia.
co moce j- tnti; cured.
I II KOMI DlshASES BrocehKl. aathaivhay
fever, all throat and laar trouWes. dyMfpaia, d
eacf the bowli. heart acd lltrr. rhnusaUaat.
IropjT fcr this te &x6e?. fcldaer aad ures
ary iajs. bkv1 roMC aad prtrate d&eate.
VPHlI.ls Tail dxead dlK of sacV'ad
telly aad porsaaeaUr cared by the ccwtrrau
arK wkae the p-h.ooboc dr3C at day pone br
MedMae nt to all naru f the couatrr. CctBrt
catlafr ad for Qtj'g'uu. -
The east s yellow ai a daffodil.
Three steeples tLrea stark, srTtrth anas are
Up from the town. The pnarled poplars thrill
Down the lonff a .reet. lu soma Veea. salty gust
Stmizht from the sa, and all the sailing ships
Turn white, blac. white again, with noises
And swift. Eack to the nfjrht the last star slips.
High up the air is motionless, a sheet of light.
The east grow3 yellower apace.
And trembles; then, once more and suddenly.
The salt wiad blows, and in that moment's
Flame roofs and poplar tops and steeples three,
From out the mist that wraps the river ways.
The little boats, like torches, start ablaze.
Lizette Woodworth Reese.
It cures headache only Prcston'3 "Hed
Ake." Bisr Partridge Story
A western journal relates the following:
A few mornings ago Thomas Trees went
down the creek from his father's house to
examine some traps he had set. While in
specting the traps he heard his dog mak
ing an unusual noise some distance below
him. On going to the dog ho found him
lying on the ground and partridges stick
ing out all around his body. The dog had
found a Cock, and alighting in the midst
had pinioned ten, but when he rose up
eight of them escaped, hu still holding two
with his paws. Thomas secured the two
partridges the others all escaping. This
is an extraordinary feat for a dog, and only
needed a word from the young man to have
secured the whole of tho birds originally
captured bv the dorr
Cures in fii teen minutes; Presto n
Cut two circular pieces of chamois two
inches and a half in diameter, and button
hole stitch the edge of each piece with col
ored silk. Fasten together at top with
narrow ribon bow. On the fice of one
side the following words may be printed
The w rid ill never took just rieht
Unl-"s- "' r-rti'bL
Immediate relief by using Preston's
Be careful not to monopolize the tabu
talk. Do not interrupt others. If you an
p dyspeptic do not talk of what does oi
does not agree with jou, but quietly ea"
what you can aud say uothinc about it.
When Dr. Talmsge Trent to School.
Well do I remember how hard it was tr
sit on i long bench at school and be quit
for several hours, and how often I trars
grassed and became fidgety. I have a vi
remembrance yet of the sensation cat -by
a rattan arriving at sixty miles an h
on the open palm. It was very hard
at school to repress giggles and chuck
and smiles, and, like other boy&, I siiffe.v
for failing to do so. Dr. Talmage in Nt .
Immediate, harmless Preston's "Hed
When Ciu- a- .v.j ui Persia no
other branch of education received s.
much ntteution as that pertaining to the
pbfrical condition of men.
During 1890 British makers of patent
medicines paid $1,500,000 m the shape f
duties on their preparations.
Ten ?.ws ago the exports of Indian te&
amounted to 23,000,000 pounds. Five yeai
later they had risen to ."W.OOO.OOO pounds
and a tea planter at Daunting ayi thus
ther an now making 10J.U.W,0Oj poun't s , ;
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
SLKOEON OCIUST AMI AlKIsT-OIre
f pedal attectloa to d as of (be eye. InrttidlAc;
the wrier tifVc adJuitjatLt of c.atMrs to correct 1st
CAT Elt.st'l'rrasoTil aad olrht reatored to aaay
who hare oec beea UAjl.it hilbd.
tKOKl E.' atrajzhuned. in itaay case wtth
OKAMLATEIt LI V and all fon ot fwra eye
qcUVlT cored. ArtlCctal eye brted.
I V..K F K A 11 orab4- cuei seoaapUy car-A
(iLiMKS-Only tno-e wbo hare had feta trala
tBf ahadd attempt to St umi. Ua. th'j ta
pateat tsore harts than cood. Xult caM-
OTnwae. tmtaMMtT laronala. headache. er
llso aad -en;ioe uapidnr In ckltdres ar da to
cfecUre ru-oc anc at rrr- i nare by tfce a
dHfiMii o! pr p-r r ! if otrr ha aalalatfc
eyebai.. !.. ietcpe or firebJ-i. ft tha T
ler i h rtte- ma tcether wfca rdlnc if
ererithirx;w1rj.or t-xoav-i dies ui zlMtspCAC
loaKtheeyer Iota rj nJiort Uae. Ut i uia
faa.t la the tu of iji watrh eaa be nMeTxt by
the appilraUea ct prir claaae V few bare bo
aapleaaaet feeMar- bat uuK . TrQ wtbnf
frlesda, Mdi jrrvwt vooxi, a r f' a frvwa
C eiprenvn. blch ll ftiiavai ad d.tArar
U.t. tupertatij la yor &-. tra ii of
Jala latoteraaca of llcst wh t ItJtt of T
epedUy bjr artlSelai 0h: All awrbcaa bereilM-
rC b the KI1ISC adki-Uteat O- ZJwS
A A I.K.NKk.11. .! IN.VftN Or Pawdr
rotertor'a the wch'. bartar UK rrt
the vhatr ot rjrrr ta the VkrbMa i(dsV-l aM-ra
in orcer to ert ait aa'ttr llm to at ot-jtimim.
fci ttede ttSersMitr. e fa, corr
tore of taw atae. btp otat !. w
.hsx ilivu? of !. nx&err taaaaaw
Ml vatt. acr. Vi-e H1. rartrwcif.
hydroeJte, eUrfd i Laa4. te te bU44r. jb
a-oala. dlvaave of the &). taaTt aad Tfanry
IIKKNIA OK BKEECII cajf-4 ba- aa eai
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Price Lists, Premium lists, Stock Certificates.
Checks, Drafts, Book Printing, etc. iNews and
Job Printing of all kinds.
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All branches of lithographing, Bonds, ChecKs,
Drafts, Bill HeadSj Letter Efeads, Cards, etc. TVe
have first-class designers and engrareri.
Wedding Invitations and Announcement Cards,
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Blank Books of all kinds made to order, Bank, City.
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agents for Kansas, Oklahoma and tho Indian Terri
tory for Bronson's Patent Automatic Level Joint
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and lie perfectly flat when opened at any part of the
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as one. It is the only book that -will open out per
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ing one to write into the lold as easily as at any part
of the page. Send for circular.
Magazine, Law Book and Pamphlet binding of all
kinds, rebinding, etc.
All kinds of Legal Blanks for city, county and
township officers, Deeds, Mortgages, Abstracts,
Receipt and Note Books, Real Estate and Rental
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Complete outfit furnished for abstracters, abstract
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blanks used by abstracters.
Of every kind as used by lawyers, real estate agents,
county, city and township officers Justice of the
peace books and blanks.
For Township Offieers.
we have a complete line of blanks and books such as
are used by township officers.
Attorney's Poeket Dockets.
The Lawyers' "Vade Mocum" can t um ki any Stata
ana In any court. The most complete and conven
ient pocicet docket ever published, with two indexes
an alphabetical index and a diary index; shows at a
glance Just what date a lawyer has a case in court;
keeps a complete record of the case. Handsomely
bound in rlexlble back, a convenient size to carry in
the pocket. .Endorsed by attorneys everywhera
Tfe foltawlag (troDK eadarictnaat from CaptaJa i
laha H. Aih. ax-Jodga af ita VMx Judicial DUtrlet
BUU of IfiAlAM. II a writes m follown
Octofear SB. Un
it to the rantt compUU and conolaa work et tha
cert I hava erar met with. X eaanot how tka
prtamitlo. practicing lawyar can dowitliantlt.
ttattooia ba antltfad Tha LAwyar'a Yada Mactun."
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MISCELLANEOUS. r rt , t r
We have a large number of appropriate cuta Tor us
in Premium Lists can get them out on shorter noUc
than any other linn. 1 or school catalogue we nava
neat type faces Tor that- especial woric Constitutions
and By-Laws for Lodges, .Building Loan Associa
Sehool Reeords, Etc.
Wo desire to call tho attention of county rjuperlnten
tendent3, school district oriicera and teachers to our
line of school publications as sclven below. Our school
record3 and boolcs are now Delnz used exclusively In
quite a number of rountles, and are superior ta any
In the market: Classification Term Becord, Record of
Apportionment ofSts.tand County ScHool Jrands,
ISuparlntoadfrnfs Record oT School Vlslta. CPocket
elza), Record of Teachers' Abhlty, CPocket BM, 2lo
ord of Official Actfi. Annual financial Bporta, Aa
nuil Statistical Beporta, Sciool District OiariCg
Record, School District TreArurer's ReoorcLSchool
District Tresurrs Warr&nt Rejtltr, Sotkcol DiiKrtat
Cierlc's Order Book. Schoot Tcber's DUy 4dtr.
School District Boundaries, Bojprd Tcheoi Jimploy
ed. Receipts, Tuition formal Intltut. Btwjlpts,
Teacher's JtxamlLation, Bejflster Horxaal Irijut.
Orders on TriasurT, Ordera on itormallnstaturui Triad
Orders Tor Apportionment State School Fund. Orders
Dividend State and County School Pund, Orderaoa
Fund from SnJo of School Land, IXonthly Bxort
phooi Diir.rirt. Promotjon Cards District BciiooL
Diplomas District Scnoois, Pupils llonthly Beport.
'Loan and Investment Companies.
Book3 and Wanks. Onr Loan Register la now la oat
by loan companies genera'Jy.
iThe Daily Eagle.
Eight pajas Contains the day and night associated
press dispatches la xuil, aad tha iateat mrlcet roporta.
oaaiytw itj .w
The Weekly Eagle.
Eight page Contains more state and general news
and eastern dispatch j than any wee'cry papr in the
Boutnwecu i ne itii.
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lrnates promptly uraneuupon woric of any kind. Addi
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certificates for corporations and
stock companies, either printed oc
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I bars In mm jvt "Attorn I'tokri Iockt."
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ka.plnraootnplata mtmonuula of eh oh It la
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irecard of LU work.
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