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Ixe WLMixtx $uxl gagle: Iwirstlaty pjuwiiug, rtotrjcr 30; 1890.
Sigkal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct.
29. The highest temperature was 74 , the
lowest up to 7 p. m. was 41, and the
mean 59, with warm, cloudless weather,
northwest winds and slightly higher pres
sure. Last year on Oct. 29, the highest tem
perature was C5, the lowest 46, and the
mean 56, and two years ago the corres
ponding temperatures were 75 , 43 and
Fred L. Johnsox. Observer.
"Wah Department. Washington', D. C,
Oct 20, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Kansas Fair weather, variable
winds, warmer in eastern, stationery tem
perature in westery portion.
For Missouri Fair weather, except
showers in the northern portion; easterly
winds, warmer by Friday morning.
A NEW EDUCATIONAL SCHEME.
TOPF.KA, Kan., Oct. 29. The charter of
an institution to be known as the Indus
trial Bible school has been filed with the
secretary of state in this city, and is prob
ably the most original conception that has
ever been formulated in the htate. The
idea originated with Chester E. Pond of
The capital stock of tho company is
placed at $50,000,000, because it is as easy
to incorporate for one amount in this
state as another.
Tho charter states that it is proposed to
establish "an institution that shall rise
sublimely above all human creeds and
sectarian differences: that shall disown
and discourage all that is vain, false, fool
ish and harmful, and shall accept and
teach whatever is good and true and use
ful, whether it comes through heterodoxy
or through orthodoxy; whore young men
and women who will try to do just right
at all times and in all places can complete
some desired course of study and become
skilled in somo branch of productive in
dustry, by their own personal efforts an
institutio'n that shall be intensely individ
ualistic, intensely socialistic, and thnt
shall ever strive to bring out
and crystalize the pure, the beauti
ful, the divine, m all men and
in all things; that shall guide and propel
all departments by wisdom grounded in
love; that shall make the Biblo the leading
text book; that shall not look at or study
tho Biblo through some human creed or
religious belief, but shall look at all creeds
and belief through the Bible; and that in
every possible way shall endeavor to pro
mote perfect bodily health and to develope
in every man and woman, young or old,
the ideal Christian life and character an
mst'tution that shall practice in every de
partment all the goodnes and purity that
it preaches, and shall endeavor to lift
overy one connected with it higher up in
the scale of being."
The first directors ;ire Chester 11 Pond,
CharJes M. Welch. M. A. Pond, Carrie V.
Morgan, Gustavo Keiche, Lydia L. Jieiche,
H. 11. Lauham, J. W. Ancested and Vir
ginia M. Nellis, all of Topeka. Tho school
is to be built at or near Topeka.
Mr. Pond stated that the time had not
yet arrived for making public more of the
details of the scheme than were given in
the charter. Tho first institution of learn
ing will bo established near this cit3. The
funds will be raised by voluntary sub
scription. A CANUCK'S COMPLAINT.
Halifax, X. S., Oct. a). James A.
Shipman, a prominent flour dealer and
supporter of the government, publishes a
letter in the local paper showing that Can
adian flour shipped from tho heart of On
tario is being exported to Newfoundland
viaNew York. lie refers to the pledges
of cabinet ministers that they would
counteract the effects of the McKiuley
bill by seeking new markets and trading
exporters by affording rapid transit
through Canadian territory and bitterly
complains that tho freight agents of
tho International railway operated
by tho government have made no
export tariff for Canadian products going
io Newfoundland nnd the West Indies;
hence Canadian prodncts to Newfound
land pass through tho hands of the United
"Mr, Shipman says: "Newfoundland re
quires 805,000 barrels of fiourpcr anuumn
and we Imvc this year the article to give
them flour and better adapted to their
wants than that of tho United States, be
nides oat meal ami peas, beans, butter,
cheese, hay, opts, vegetables and a thous
and other things. If we must be de
pendent unon foreiifii noits and middle
men to supply that trade the booncr we
haul down our flag nnd confess our utter
dependence upon the United States the
t CHILI'S APPROVAL.
Washington, Oct 29. The department
of state has received a dispatch from Pat
rick Egan, United States minister to Chili,
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i' -am that in the course of mi
interview which I have had with
the president of tho republic, his excellency
expressed the mo.-t cordial approval of
t he beveral propositions which emanated
from the International American confer
ence on thesul'je t of banking, uniform
customs, customs regulations, and an in
ternational bureau of dissemination
of information concerning tho Amer
ican republic, uniform weights
and measures uniform sanitary
regulations, ami an international railroad,
and especially the proposed adoption of a
common silver coin for circulation in all
the American republics. Tins latter pro
ject would, the president considers, by
viakingsilverahe American standard of
tallies, in contradistiucting to gold, as the
Kuro)ean standard, do more than any
other movement to extend and consolidate
the influence of the United States and in
crease her commerce with tho republics of
bouth America, Tho president particu
larly requests that I would convey his
viows upon this snbject to my govern
ment." A DISEASE UNACCOUNTABLY PREVA
LENT. The prevalonco of ailments attributable
to miasmatic poison in the air that people
breathe, and the water they drink, is well
nigh unaccountable. Not alone in pesti
lential swamps, badly drained surburban
districts, nnd marshes exposed to the sun's
rays by the receding tide, is this bcourgc
of humanity found. Even in great cities,
healthfully located, skillfully smvcml.well
looked after in every respect in a sanitary
way, we find malaria. Its presence is often
inexplicable, but its attacks are always
prevontable. Tho protector is Hostuttef's
stomach Bitters. Tho eradicator bears
the same name a name known to thou
sands throughout our broad laud aud
elsewhere as a synonym of relief preven
tion and cure of the insidious disorders in
its abominable phases chills and fever,
bilious remittent, dumb ague aud acne
cake, as well as others. Noris tho Bitters
less effective for indigestion, kidney coni
plaiut, biliousness aud rheumatism.
THE M'KINLEY BILL.
Nfw Yokk, Oct. 20. A meeting of the
importers of this eitv was held this after
noon which had under consideration the
McKiuley bill -James M. Constable pre
sided. In calling the meeting to order Mr.
Constable said the purpose was to give ex
pression as to the legality of the McKinley
bill, and ho explained that the omission of
section SO in tho engrossed copy of the bill
which was signed bv the president, very
possibly invalidated the entire act, though
the omitted section was passed upon by
both tho senate and house of representa
tives. Secretary Daniel Mclveever told
how he had talked with numerous law
yers, and it was nearly a unauitnous opin
ion among them that the act was uucoa
Mitutional because of the omission of the
section. A committee was appointed to
inako an investigation nnd report at a sub
sequent meeting. An adjournment was
then taken, subject to the cull of the chair.
A LONG TUSSLE.
WlLUAMSPOKT, Pa., Oct. 29. The Re
publican congressional conference of the
Sixteenth district, alter balloting five
weeks, early this morning succeeded in
nominating A. C. Hopkins, of Lockhnvcn.
Clinton county, a prominent lumber man
Tho Democratic comrressional confer
ence met here this morning, immediately
after the close of the Republican confer
ence, and nominated Mortimer F. Elllotu
of Tioga county, who was congressman at
largo in 2SS2. J
Pittsburg, Pa.,-Oct. 29. There will be
no general federation of locomotive en
gineers with brakemen, firemen, conduct
ors and other railway employes. As
stated last week, a majority report
favoring the federation presented
at the brotherhood convention
in this city was defeated. Since that vote
was taken tho convention has spent con
siderable time discussing the question and
have finally decided not to federate with
any other organization. The matter has
been left with each of the forty-five organ
izations to act as they may deem proper.
Th- y can, if they wish, join hands with
other trainmen when difierences arise be
tween railroad companies and the employes.
THE IOWA ALLIANCE.
Des Moines. la., Oct. 29.-The state
convention of the Farmers' Alliance met
here today, with some 000 delegates pres
ent and more constantly arriving. Presi
dent Farlow, in his annual address, said:
"Some industrial conditions must be rem
edied by better farming; others by legisla
tion. He urged members of the Alliance
to vote together, and present a united
front against monopolists of the country.
At the afternoon meeting the reports of
officers were presented.
The secretary's report shows that since
SeDtember. 1j&9. there have beeu 714 alli
ances organized, including 30 county or
ganizations. The membership lias in
creased in the same period 14,830, not in
cluding ladies or those in arrears of dues.
Catarrh often destroys the sense of
smelL Hood's Sar&aparilla cures catarrh
by purifying the blood.
CniCAGO, Oct. 29. The Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe has just opened up a
now line between Chicago and St. Louis,
in connection with the Jacksonville South
eastern. Tho ltock Island is also getting
ready to open up a St. Louis line, for
freight traffic, in coanecrlon with the Pe
oria and Jacksonville line.
the IOWA SUIT.
Des Moines, la., Oct. 29. The railroad
commissioners have instructed tho attor
ney general to commence suit to compel
compliance on the part of the railroads
with the commissioners' joint rate order,
to the effect that on continuous shipments
over two or more lines in Iowa each road
shall be entitled to SO per cent of the local
rate for its part of the haul. Nearly all
of tho trunk lines within the state are
violating this order.
disordered liver try Beechams
THE COACHMAN'S MASH.
BlNGHAMPTON, N. Y.. Oct. 29. This af
ternoon Miss Lizzie Phelps, a society belle
and heiress, who lives near the city, was
married to William Slattory, the family
coachman. Miss Phelps is a niece of the
late Judge Sherman D. Phelps, concerning
whom, and whobe relations, there has been
unlimited newspaper gossip. The bride,
who is one of three sisters, is about 27
years of age, and is worth 100,000. The
groom is illiterate but of good appearance.
Ho states that Captain L. L. Olmstead of
tho Twentieth separato company, had
threatened to shoot him if the marriage
Pears' Soap is the most elegant toilet
London, Oct. 29. Mr. liobert Lincoln,
the United States minister, left London
today for Liverpool, where he will embark
lor New York, he having been granted a
leave of absence by his government. He
will return to England in January and re
sumo the duties of his office. A large
number of tho friends of Mr. Lincoln
gathered at the Euston station to bid him
farewell. Among them were Mr. New.ftho
American consul general at Liverpool;
Lieut. W. C. Emory, naval attache of the
American legation, and S. Dana Hoiton.
The body of Minister Lincoln's son, en
closed in a package case, has been placed
aboard the Inman lino steamer City of
New York at Liverpool.
People will discriminate in favor of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, the best and cheapest.
Old and rheumatic people can't afford to
ue wituout salvation OH, it Kills pain. i
Kansas Citv, Mo., Oct. 29. The great
est social event that has occurred in this
citv for many years will be tho weddimr.
this evening, in the Christian church, of
Miss Nellie Gill McGee, tho only daughter
of Allen McGee, to William Wallace Nel
son, son of George R. Nelson. The fami
lies of both of the contracting parties be
long to the most wealthy and influeuti.il
class of the city. It is to be a chrysanthe
mum wedding. Tho church is handsomely
decorated and is a veritablo paradise of
Dowel's. There will bo twenty-two at
tendants. Over l.flOJ invitations to the re
ception have been sent out.
Chicago, Oct. 29. Tho openine exercises
of the Unitarian conference of "the west
were held at Unity church this morning.
Judge McGegan, of St. Louis, occunied
the chair. After some preliminary busi
ness, the Rev. Enoch Powell, of Totjeka,
spoke, using for his subject: "Malang a
Church and Finding tho Field." The
Rev. Reed Stuart, of Detroit, spoke on tho
subject: "Tho Gospel to Preach." The
Rev. T. Jetferson Valentine, of Duluth,
read a papor on ' Organizing the Kingdom
of God." The meeting adjourned until 3
THE WRONG BODY.
Rochester N. Y., 29. Yesterday the
supposed hotly of Romau Leach, a former
resident of Genesee, was brought to that
place from Chicago for burial. During
the funeral services at tho cemetery the
bearers and other thought they heard
mouns proceeding from it. After the
friends had departed they opened the cof
fin and were horrified to find that the re
mains were not thoeof Leach, nor did the
body look like him iu any way. The body
was shipped under the name of Fred
Leach and probably it was a mistake in
THE CHICAGO GAS TRUST.
Chicago, Oct. 29. Another phase of the
Chicago Gas trust litigation was decided
by Judge McConuell, of tho circuit court,
this morning. It was on the demurrer of
the people to tho pleas of the gas trust.
Judge McConuell holds, in brief, that the
gas trust has no right to buy or hold the
stocks of any of the gas companies which
went to form it. It is understood thnt a
judgment of ouster will be issued in a few
SHOT FROM AMBUSH.
MlDDLKSBOr.OUGH, Ky., Oct. 29. Mor
ris Watts, son of Edward Watts, of Lon
don England, a rich capitalist, and one of
the syndicate which is building the large
iron steul plants in this city, was shot
through the groin at a late hour this af
teruoou by an unknown party, while out
hunting iu the woods near Cumberland
Gap, Teun. Mr. Watts is not expected to
A Frenchman's Cleier Rune.
A French traveler in Corsica found him
self pursued by a band of brigands, lie
soon stumbled upon the border of a lake.
There was no path around it; it was im
possible to swim across, and the brigands
were behind him. Necessity quickened his
wits; he hastily cut with his knife one cf
the long, hollow reeds that grew on the
shore of the lake. Then he stopped np his
ears and nostrils with wet clay from the
margin, took the reed in his mouth and
waded out into deep water, where he re
mained finbmerged, with ijiturned face,
just allowing the upper end of tha reed to
project above the surface.
On came the brigands, following the
traveler's tracks to the water's edge. The
brigands remained waitinc on the shore
for some time, bat no sign bf the traveler
appeared. They concluded at last that he
was a sorcerer, wh.i had caused himself to
vanish into thin air. Then they disap
peared, and the Frenchman, who had been
under water ail ihis ume. breathing
through his taj.be, emne out lie innnaged
to keep under eover and make Ms way to
Ajaccio in safety. Saa Francisco Anro-
AT THE SUMMER DANCE,
IT IS A PLACE VHERE MAN'S IM
PORTANCE IS RECOGNIZED.
Somo Observations Upon Its Humor by
, Youug- Woman Who Apparently Haa
Been There Half Grown Boys and
Callow Youth In Great Demand.
This Is the age of woman's triumph. She
has demonstrated her ability to administer
functions of honor hitherto relegated to
man's dominion with uignityand sagacity.
It is safe to predicate from her attitude
that the coming woman will rule the na
tions while the coming man rocks the cra
dle, and to prophesy from her success that
the nations will be governed more wisely
and the cradle swayed less -scientifically
than at present.
But notwithstanding nil this there is
one place where the scepter has not depart
ed from Israel, where man rules triumph
ant in all bis pristine superiority, where
the smallest boy out of kilts and in trou
sers is at a higher premium than the fair
est, wisest lady in the land, who might,
with her beauty, put Venus to the blush,
and with her knowledge cover senior
wranglers with confusion. And this place
where old traditions are restored and man
is acknowledged master is at the summer
The sweetest kind of a woman's woman,
who is full of love and sympathy for her
sex, to whom girls delight in confessing
their secrets and women confide their sor
rows, finds little profit orpleasure in danc
ing with a woman.
WEN IN DEMAND.
There is something solemn in tho atmos
phere of the summer dance, something pa
thetic in the air of feigned and hysterical
hilarity among the women who wabble
round the hall in pain, like mechanical
tops when the spriug is broken or tha
works need mending.
Thrice blessed the woman who has a
husband whom she can coax out of tennis
shoes and into pumps, out of the smoking
room into tho ballroom. How that man
is smiled upon, victimized, cajoled into
making a martyr of himself, and dancing
himself into a fit of apoplexy with all that
Happy is the girl with a younger broth
er, 6ven if his mustacle is in tho pin feath
ery stage, and his voice as little to be de
pended upon as a worn out accordeon, if
only he can sprawl through a waltz and
maintain an upright position.
Envied indeed is the woman whose little
bou, in sash and knickerbockers, has been
taught to step a measure in time and order
Somebody announces a landers or quad
rille, and there is confusion among the
ranks of dancers. The one self sacrificing
young man who dances dashes about the
room, out in the office, down in the billiard
room, mopping his brow and seeking the
persuadable man to come and fill out the
tots. The girls familiar with the figures
tie handkorchiefs about their arms and in
vite other girls to dance, tho mothers hunt
up their small boys, and after a while tho
procession moves with nn average of one
man and one small boy to a set.
THE UNQUESTIONING MATr.ON.
Little questions the fair dame who at
homo deliberates most carefully before es
tablishing the most formal of friendships
with new acquaintances the history or
present station of the man who is pre
sented to her as a partner for a waltz.
There is a relief in the steady clasp of tho
manly arm, the firm touch of the mascu
line hand, that renders it immaterial
whether he weighs out butter by the pound
or handles a tailor's goose and shears when
vacation is over if only he takes tho step
she learned in waltzing, and will give her
one or two good turns about the room be
fore all the other girls who cannot get a
man to waltz with.
Little does it concern her to investigate
in any way his claim to her regard if ho
lead her through the figure of the mazy
dance when older women are depending
upon partners of their own persuasion
flying white handkerchief signals to avoid
How the gracious, gratified lady smiles
upon her unknown partner, waits for him
if he is stout, helps him if he is awkward,
teaches him if ho is forgetful, and answers
in all sincerity to his conventional thanks
at the close of tho figure, "The gratitude is
on my side, I assure you."
Even tho girl who can dance independent
ly Is looked up to after a little by tho girls
who cannot take the masculine part, and
when little cliques form, as they invariably
do in a summer hotel, each clique jealously
gunrds the girl man almost as seriously as
they would tho genuine article from ap
propriation by the other factions.
THE DANCK ANALYZED.
The summer hotel dance is an admirable
vantage ground from which to study the
torpsichorenn art as modified and in
fluenced by different climates and local
ities the wild swoop and rush of the
Colorado girl, with the freshness and free
dom in its movement that suggests the
broad, unbroken prairie aud billowy, wav
ing grasses tossed and swayed by the
strong wild breezes. There's strength and
speed and life, like the swift dash of wild,
unbridled horses with sinewy flanks and
flashing eyes and widespread nostrils!
In sharp contrast is tho slow, stately
glide of the Boston belle, subdued and
steady and joyless. It speaks of a long
line of stern faced ancestors, repressive,
taciturn, grave: of spectacled schoolma'am
graudmothcrs who were married late in
life, and trained their children with inflex
ible rods of iron according to Scriptural
The sensuous, dreamy, willowy grace of
the southern beauty, with the dusk of tho
midnight in her eyes, the warmth of the
summer In her smile. Not for nothing
did Spanish knight and veiled lady land
upon hor coasts and leave as her inherit
ance all the passion and the pride of a na
tion famed for duels of love and war. As
the supple, swaying figure, gently yielding
to the encircling arm which supports it,
floats- softly past in a melody of motion,
half forgotten Bvronic meters', dim tradi
tions of impossible romance return and
As the kiss of sunbeams on the crest of
the waves, the poise of the humming bird
upon the breast of a rose, the dart of the
swallow through the glow of the sunset,
is the dance of the New York girl, merry
and dainty, airy and free, like the tripping
of elves in the sheen' of the moonlight or
the revel of naiads in the spray of ancient
There is nothing more picturesque and
fasciitating than the New York girl danc
ing, unless it is two New York girls danc
ing together like a pr4r of swinging or
chids with delicate r CI? fluttering on
their sunple stalks." .- York Sun.
It w:l! occasion less surprise that ill
weeds pnnv .tpaei whoc t is known that a
single plant of pnrsU5'' produces 3SS.S0O
seeds; th thiatle. Kr, W6; the plantain,
42.300, and the u.io. SS.W&
A Dnnblr Sorrow.
At the tlcsc of the prayer meeting; tha
minister is;d: "Stace we last xact, my
brethren, this coacrestien has sustained
a Eorere ioss fay the death of Sister Jones.
I need hnrdiy t41 yon. tvho know her far
better than I, trout a Ood woman in every
sense she wab. At this time and in this
place 1 feel it my daty to express my sym
pathy for the bereaved aad to tell yoa all
how sorry I was xo hear of Sister Joaea'
death. I am also sorry to say that I ean
not attend the church picnic.-" Pittsburg
The first game of cricket was played in
London in 1774.
There are always In the neighborhood of
8,500,000 people on tits seas of the world.
Tho total annual home consumption of
opium in China has lately been reckoned
to bo about 41,800,000.
The American missionaries in Japan, it
appears, are introducing tho game of base
ball with exceptional success.
The inexhaustible supply of mineral
paint has been discovered in the Tepesteto
mountains of Lower California.
Roller skates were first patented by a
London fruiterer named Tyers in 1823 and
his pattern had one line of wheels.
In 18C6 the public schools of Boston cost
$15.18 per scholar, but for the current year
the expense is expected to reach $28.42 for
It is said that the postmen of London
walk, together, something like 48,300 miles
per day, a distance equal to twice the cir
cumference of the globs.
It is expected that the number of bodies
cremated in Milan will soon average one a
day, as nearly 2,000 bodies have been cre
mated there during the last thirteen years.
A simple cough remedy is made of an
ounce of flaxseed boiled in a pint of water,
a little honey added, an ounce of rock can
dy and the juice of three lemons, the whole
mixed and boiled well.
What is probably the largest rosebush in
the world grows alongside the residence of
Dr. E. B. Matthews in Mobile, Ala. It was
planted in 1813, and now covers the entiro
house and the neighboring trees.
A New Haven gentleman has a couple of
tame wasps. They have built a nest in his
parlor and live undisturbed and undisturb
ing. This is the third season the insects
have occupied the same quarters.
A mammoth loaf of bread, two fee:.
Bquare and one foot thick, weighing fifty
pounds, was received recently at the White
House. It came as a gift to the president
from a yeast manufacturer and a baker.
A German watch recently on exhibition
in a Pittsburg window is probably the
thinnest timepiece in the world. It is not
more than an eighth of an inch thick, and
the works themselves seem no thicker than
Measurements of 21.000 children in Sax
ony show that tho boys are a small frac
tion of an inch "Caller than tho girls up to
the 11th year, but that the girls then be
come taller until tho 16th year, when the
boys again surpass the girls in height.
The Interoceanic railroad branch to Mat
amoras and Izucar, stato of Puebla, Mex.,
China's solitary railroad is eighty-one
miles long and cost $9,000 a mile. It uses
Tho railroad companies of the United
States have subscribed to date $665,000 to
the stock of the World's fair.
A statistician estimates that tho number
of passengers carried each day on all the
railroads in tho world averages G.500.000.
The Naugatuck railroad, in Connecticut,
has never since its first train ran killed
any person who held a ticket and was one
of its regular passengers.
As early as 1853 a Bristol and Exeter
broad gauge locomotive, carrying a light
load and running on a falling grade, de
veloped a speed of eighty miles an hour.
Tho gross receipts of the Trans-Caucasian
railroad for 1S90 up to the month of
Juno amounted to 1,401,949 rubles, over a
half million more than the entiro receipt!
of th.-1- v-r
DRS. TERRILL & P0RDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
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DISEASES Ol VOME-Dr TerrUl ha. made
diseases of women a upecialtj- for the past twenty
j ear and wUhes to suu that be has all the lute -a-Mruments
batteries, electrodes". tc for their oc
ceviul treatment. tDciutJlcc fibroid tumor". di
pUcexnents enlargements, prolapsus, nlcerat on.
leucorrhaea. ditasesof the orsrle. painfaU irreeu
litr or profile iLeastraUon. etc Ur. Tenth h re
centlj spent several monies In the larce bopitH
of. the eaM In the special tndr of electrK-.ty and 1)
the onlr pbriician In the loctnweci thcrocchly
familiar Kith lt. Mcjentlfie application.
MittVOlH DIsKj,nK- ur. Terrin wlsfces to
rail the alien Ucn of lhoe scSerlnc frost cerront
U&se. parjixs . nerroos pretrmtJoa. etc.. to ta
wonderlnl cnraltve effects to t derm-d from elec
tricity 'nhen u lentificallr applied and Uealrrs to
stale that fa makes the application of electrtclty In
cerrcrasdtx.ieaa special featar of hi sradloe.
The doctor has Ue finest Sft7 ctU duaosd r-arbos
battery erer sen In the west, and all the appluncai
especially adopted to the treatment of lost manhood
grMDUuiwnuie, wuca cc cbkuj ua jiercu.
tlUy ca re by the aia of electricity.
CATjlKKH-ETerxca-x ti catarrh U corabtelf
properly treated. Ilr. Terrill ces Halley's new
.sKl" UlSKAisES of all fclsJ cured when cetera
PII.rss FIsTl'LA and an rectal diseases cared.
No knife no pain, a care coaraaxeed.
IK1.TIIK.1L, STRICT! KK csx-kjy aad pr-rsar-nUy
cvt4 by electrolyaia. " cauusc. no pala.
so money cntfl cored.
CHKO.MC IllJASES-Brotklta. astana.bay
ferer. all throat aad iasz troshiesi dyapepsU. dis
eases of the bowls. heart and llrer. rsecmaUua,
dropsy, brtshu dUease. bladder. k1dsr acd sres
ary Ms. bjoud pot-o& and prtrat diseases.
YFHlL.l - That drad disease tf mankind
qatrklyand rraaseatly cared by the sew treat
ment withoVx the polsonccs drccs of days cose br.
Medtcte tkl to nil prt of the cocairj. Ccnacl
oatlRfrtc sa4 for ccJkeUalr.
Arteaiuu v. .. u..... ueveiuped such an
abundaut supply of water in the desert of
Sahara that French engineers are confident
of being able to extend their railroad to a
distance of a week's journey from Algeria
right through the desert.
It is on record that the Yanderbilts once
gave a check for 700,003 in a tremendous
railway transaction, but that record is now
beaten by the check for 1,250,000 said to
be drawn in London by the Indian and
Peninsular railway company.
The Mount Washington railway has
used wood in its locomotives since the
road was opened, upward of twenty years.
Good wood coots, prepared for the locomo
tive, about "J5 a cord, notwithstanding it is
cut within three miles of where it is uaed,
and each trip up the mountain requires
nearly a cord.
The empress of Austria smokes from
thirty to forty Turkish and Russian cigar
ettes a day.
Tho German emperor is a clever artist,
and can dash off a bold sketch in oil that
ana can aaj.ii on a nolo sKetcn in oil that
would be creditable to many professional
The czar of Russia is so strong in the
fingers that he can tear a pack of cards to
pieces, fifty-two cards at a time.
Queen Margaret of Italy is given to mak
ing unannounced visits to charitable insti
tutions, particularly those devoted to the
care of children.
The queen of Gondii (in the Boralm
presidency) distributed candy among her
subjects recently, in gratitude for her re
covery from sickness.
Prince Mohamed Burhaneddin, the ft
year-old son of the sultan, has recentl ,
been enrolled as a seaman on board of the
Turkish frigate Orkhanie.
Queen Victoria is said to be partial to
men. She gives eight "levees" for th m
during a season, and only two "drawii-
rooms" are held for women.
The Empress Frederick, to whom th
English taxpayers have contributed $40,(0
a year for tbe prist thirty-live yenr-i, has at
present an income of $350,WO a jear.
The title of the German Miners' Mntna'
Accident Insurance society is Knapp
A fragment of a statue has ben font,
in an excavation at Verona bearing the ta j
talizing inscription, "Praxiteles made me
A column of army worms invaded Woo 1
bridge, Cal., ivcently. It was half a mile
long, and was followed by immense svartn
of blackbirds, which preyed upon it
There is an inmato of the Georgia sut'
lunatic asylum who imagines, in his nuvti
ity, that he is a grain of corn. He will n
go into the yard, fearing the chickens v in I
Fred Babner, of Heading, Pa., suddenh
experienced a loss of weight from lofl to im
pounds recently and found the cause of it
to be five lizards that had been living in
A curious bird flew into Charleston, S
C, from the swamps recently. It is aboi .
the size of a hen, with white plumage and
a face that tonka like a human being'. Its
eyes are almond .shaped like a Chinaman's,
and its i.l lma L'j shfioc of a human nrme.
Tood for TaitlcstSon.
Accepted Suitor Aad did yon retnrn
nil the ring to tho gentlemen to whom
yoa hnvo boca ongajred?
Shrj Way do you stippose I beeas
f-agacd bo many timos? Epoch.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Kl-RGEON WTUST AI ATKIsT-GIre
spetiai attention to d seaaes of the eye, tnclodiiu
the sdettiflc adjusts nt of cla&Msi to correct im
CAT KR.U T remoTed aad lj:lit restored to many
who haTe Ions been totally bll&d.
t'ICOssEI Ki ttraiehtened. ia many cases wtth
oot opera tian
UKAM UlTKD MPS and ai! forra of ton eye
qnlcUy cored. ArtlQctal eye 1nirted.
"' .r.". All tnrb.e ca.tes praaapuy cnrel.
U L.A N KS--Oa !y tcor w bo aaTe hart opeiiai tra
tne should attempt to St Eta"?. kt tfeey do ta
patient aar barta than rood. Many caxr of
nerrecsaen. Irritabihiy. ioaala. headache, Ter
uro and trTsli.: stapldtty !o rfelidren xrr w
defectiTo rtstos and rraorM at otjee ly - p
dllcaXion of pmper cUmv. If oq ture pat la ta
eye biU.s. orbtts. temples or fcr"wa4. f tfc
wter if tfc lMtTs raa tosrrtArr whea rrawrta '
eftrftb .us rwlto or become d.o wfcea atuxs.ar
to n th eye for a Terr short Utr.r. tt-eee i v)
faoitsaiheerzaaof nirit whk eaa l- retT' a-i
the asvllrattoa of nf rliM-- A few a v
anplesvust feeiiaes. Iwt cannot s a well as tr
iricnos. -Ota persoa scant wy wear a irw.
na expression, whirti u (abmrww aad iit&zw-
ltc especi&ily ta yoauf ladies. OU-r ebtspUaa
by lb icie
pam lateieruce of tt.-bt wxfa trrftaUsa of r
ai lizat All nrx can Us reuer-
by the tcteatZle adataent ctau.
As A OKMT.KAL. M'fcGKOS Itr fvrT a
sn;rterln lie nhwr4. aartac UXy rec
JlecliJur of acrcerr )a lb tWbita X'dtea. l ii
ta order ta derwte his "B'lr time to bus t-eciaS,
which m&ade detorxatue. des Itr, cwrv.
tare ef tt sptoe. h:p joint dl-ar, wkM
tweihsx disease e tMNMt. rxaeet. ixmmr
J wcrs. ucm. Ijtrr U9, Tartel,
hydrottle. ecdarfd (land, now. 1m bU4or. pUa.
a-a. dueaas of th liis. tidtxys aad araaary
IIKKNIA OR miKlJCH cired W as rasfreir
caaSta. aid naaJsaaasfcra .
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Stationers, Binders, and
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State. Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Caras, Catalogues,
Price Lists, Premium Lists, Stock Certificates,
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Job Printing of all kinds '
All branches or Lithographing, Bonds, Checks,
Drafts, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Cards, eta W
have first-class designers and engravers.
Wedding Invitations and Announcement Cards,
Luncheon Cards, Calling Cards, etc.
Blank Books of all kinds made to order, Bank, City.
County, and commercial work a specialty. Sol
agents for Kansas. Oklahoma and the Indian Terri
tory for Bronson'a Patent Automatic Level Joint
Binding. Endorsed by book-keepers, backers and
county officers. Nothing made equal to it for
strength and flat opening. Will open at any page,
and lie perfectly flat when opened at any part of the
book, permitting writing across both pages as easily
as one. It is the only book that will open out per
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ing one to write into the iold as easily as at any part
of the page. Send for circular.
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All lands of Legal Blanks for city, county and
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Receipt and Note Books, Real Estate and Rental
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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 tht
peace books and blank.
For Township Offieers.
we have a complete line of blanks and books such as
are used by township officers.
Attorney's Pocket Dockets.
The Lawyers' "Vade Mecum" can t met J any StaU
ana In any court. Tfce most complate and conven
ient pocKet docket ever published, with two Indexes
an alphabetical Index and a diary lndarj shows at a
fiance Just what date a lawyer has casr In court
eeps a complete record of the caf-o. Handsomely
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the pocket. Endorsed by attorneys exsxjrwheiu
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It It the tnott compl.ta and cosctee work th
lert I have crer met wttn. I cannot how th
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rATXVTSD it xnuKxj a rnisoir. tiumi, Miwt
We have a large number of appropriate cuts for us
In Premium Lists canget them out on shorter notic
than any other firm. For school catalogues vr hava
neat type faces ror that especial work: Constitutions
and By-Lawn for Lodges, uliding to LoanAaaocla
School Records, Etc.
We desire to call tho attention of county uprtntn
tendencs, school district of rlcers and teachers to oar
line of school publlcat ons a given blow. Oar school
records and boolos ar uvvr Dtjinsr uaod exdxsmlyjj la
quite a number of -mtles, and ara evptclor to any
In the market: Cla-Birii atlon Term Baoord, Bacord of
Apportionment of State and County School Funds,
Superintendent's Record of School VWKl CPocfcst
Blz9), Record of Teachers Ability, CPoclcet Bbm), Bao
ord of Official Acts, Annual Financial Bprts, An-nu-U
Statistical Reports, Sohool Dlstrtot Oirics
Record, School District Treaaaraas Rcx?rtL8cboo4
District Treasurer'a Warrant Reftetar, Bctool District
Cleric's Order Boot yenool Teacher's Daily Mmrt
School District Boundaries, P-eoord Taachars Employ
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Teacher's JSxamlnat: n. Raglstsr Itormal Inmtoat.
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Dividend Stat au 1 -unty Sohool 3rad, Orders m
Fund from Sale r . cool Land, 3oathiy Bepor
School District, I"- notion Cards District EckooL
Diplomas District bxoois. Pupils aConthly Beprt,
Loan and Inyestmem companies.
Eook3 and blanks. Our Loan Beglgtr is now la aw
by loan companies generally.
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Eight oages-Contalns the day and night associated
press dispatches in xuii, and the latC3t znaxlcet reportA
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and eastern dispatches than any weeiciy papar in .he
Southwest. The latest market reports up to tho hour
of going to press. Sample copy free.
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certificates for corporations and
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