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Best, Baslest to Vre, unci Cheapest.
Sold by druggists or ietit by mail,
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THROUGH A TRESTLE.
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 5. The north
bound passenger train on the Louisville,
New Orleans and Texas railway left the
track near Evnusville, Miss., today, and
ran alous the ties for 150 feet and on to a
trestle over a Iiavou. The trestle gave
way and the train, consisting of two
coaches, a Pullman sleeper and two b;m
i;nge cars, was precipitated thiity feet into
tbe bayou. It was a miracle that no one
was killed outright iu the :errible cr.ish.
Sixteen persons were injured, a number
quite seriously. Following is a list of
the injured: , ,
Conductor L. J. Thomas, arm mashed
and hip bruised. .
C. Pennington, newsboy, badly bruised.
Alfred Carr. internally injured.
L. L. Williams (colored), hip sprained
and shoulder hurt.
Thomas Carr, hip hurt and bruised
badly. , , . ,
W. B. Perkins, head bruised and arm
William "Thomas (colored;, wrist
sprained and face cut.
Andrew Holmes (colored), face cut.
Pieston Godfrey (colored), leg broken
And face cut.
E. T. Robertson, injured internally and
L. J. Kiney, Pullman porter, cut about
.1. E. Carver, liip hurt.
.ludye J. L. Steele, knee hurt.
AV, H. Blakemau (colored), face cut and
Lawrence Plant, cut in head and back
The wreck was caused by broken trucks
of the tender.
Kansas City, Dec. 5. The football
teams ol the Kansas and Iowa state uni
versities tod.iy played the first of a series
if annual uames at Exposi. ion park. At
the end of the first half each side had se
cured a goal from a touchdown, the score
standing, Kansas C and Iowa 0. In the
second half Kansas again scored another
goal from a touchdown. Iowa soon tied
this score. Kansas then scored atiain,
but failed to get a goal. There were only
five more minutes to ulay, when C Larra
be, Iowa's full-back, made a drop kick to
himself before the sides were lined up and
carried the ball within ten feet ot the
Kansas line. Kansas claimed a foul, but
the referee authorized the play. The ball
was then quickly rushed over the line and
Pierce kicked a goal, winning the game.
Kausas would not play any more and t he
game was given to Iowa by a score of 18 to
16. The game aroused much interest from
the fact that before toda 's game neither
team had been beaten this year.
NEW CATHOLIC BISHOPS
ST. LOUI3, Dec. 5. A new archbishop
Bnd five new bishops aie due the Catholic
church of this country, according to the
late council of prelates in this city, smd
the appointments are soon to come from
Home. The archdiocese is to be estab
lished at Dubuque, la., and Bishop Hen
nessey of that place is to be the arch
bishop. Bishops are to ba appointed for
Des Moines and Sioux City, In.;
Monterey, Cal ; St. Joseph. Mo.,
and Concordia, Kan. Bishop Hogan of
Kansas City lias bad, in addidiou to his
diocese, St. Joseph, which is to have a
bishop of its own, and Concordia is to ho
made the seat of a new diocese. No co
adjutor to Archbishop Kenrick has been
nominated, for tno reason that the arch
bishop objected to such an appointment
nd the bishops do not feel like forcing
one on him. The priests of each dioceso
will select three names to bo sent to Rome,
and a selection will then bo made of the
WAsniXGTOlf, Dec. 5. Pensions have
been allowed to the following:
John R. Potter, Daniel R. Reitz, Piatt
Griffith, Thomas J. R. Grant, Andrew J.
Bixler, Frank B. Whitfield, James Mc
Mahou, Joseph Turpiu, Talbnd P. Carter,
Tandy K. Witcher, Alvin Trim, Jackson
Tibbs, Benjamin Payton, George Schin
delmann, Casper Seibert, Benjamin F.
Moreland, Royal Eastman, Johu N. Fle
harty, James G. Rousb, Grederick Dom
itz, John W. Jaycox, Clinton Black,
Thomas J. Hopkins, Edward F. Gates, Jo
seph Slates, James Sills, Posey W. Cox,
John R. Jones, John Roy. James B. Cor
ner. Joan U. Hinea, Oliver H. Brooks,
Aoratio G. Laudis, John Keller, Will
iam H. Price, Alexander Schaulis.
George F. Siesle, Thomas Bowles, David
B. Kimble. Joseph E. Wilkin, Edward S.
Lanniug. Thomas Butt, George A. South,
Hannah F. Lamb, Nancy Farris, Rachel
A. Houck. Charles Iuuhfield. Gabriel
Smaltz, Jasper O'Neil, William L. Cross
white, William Hays, Henry Schotker,
Jacob Miller, Adam Schmitt, John W.
Thornton, Calvin T. Shoup, George W.
Wallace, Robert W. Williams, William
Nixon, Benjamin F. Whitteuberg, Thomas
J. Hopper, John M. Cossitt, Lars Larson,
Azriau Blunt, Pardon H. Ricker. Wil
liam B. Springer, Richard D. M. Tullis,
John T. McGrew, Peter Von Arx, Sam
uel Wilson, Johu A. Wright, Jacob
Lewis. Abel Hatfield. Albert Hilaud.
Bradley W. Rogers, Joseph Lawton,
Benjamin Keams, Fredeiick TallmadKe,
Elhaman P. Bartlett. William Drake.Seth
Collicot, David A. Cowman, Squire Jack
son McGrew, John 13. Rea, Chauucey C.
Bowers, Anton Bruhn, Lewis Jones, Peter
Hadden. Peter Harder, Walton Powell,
Joseph Heston, William B. Clark, George
W. Ancell, John Grooms, John Dean,
Samuel R. Stillman, Almon B. Coe, Sam
uel A. Whitebread, George W. Garvin,
Benjamin F. Chadsey and Sylvia Way.
Daniel Wolf, Wiley H. Hill, Henry
Rutherford, S. B. Johnson and William
Colnmbus F. Parker. Jacob Dry, Thomas
Lee. 1.':lliam R. Lee, William H. Bowyer,
Ferdinand C. Steimel, Johu L. Benson,
Martha J Ripley, JoephMcQuain,Joseph
Spencer, Johu P. Guire, Daniel Mills,
Samuel Fesler, Andrew J. Dailey and
"WORTH A GUINEA A BOS." 5
Just dizzy! There is a pres- i
sure oa tie brain, owing to J
a clogging' of the system.
Wichita Wholesale & Manufacturing Houses.
will remove tie obstruction J
'& and permits tie vital tunc- j
to act naturauy. ''ney cure
isiri-nmlnphi.iuid all Ulllona and
t Stomach, Indleeailon, Conatlpatloa J
and Disordered laver.
i Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box.
New York Depot, 365 Canal St. 37 J
CYRUS W. FIELD.
New York, Dec. 5. Dr. Fuller said this
afternoon that he did not have sucn en
couraging hopes about Cyrus W. Field's
condition as he had on the two preceding
The bouses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are famished thus for ready refer
ence for the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should corresnon direel
with names given.
WHOLES II. AJfl HET-AII.
Corner First Street and Ijiwrenco Avenue.
CUtapo "i ards.Soth and Iron fctrets. Chicago.
Ci osa. Kebldent Partners.
Geo. 1 IT ate. and ueo. W.
ROCKED IN THE CRADLE OF THE DEEP
Sounds nice, don't it? But O, bow fast
and furious are the rockings in rouirh
weatherl The intestinal wellare begotteu
in your vitals by the sea's commotion
beggars description. What's the proper
caper under these circumstances? Take
Ho-tett'r's Stomach Bitters. Nothing
comparable to it for remedying sea sick
ness or tho kindred nausea from which
many delicate laud traveler suffer. Dis
pepsia, cramps, constipation ami bilious
ness also are invariably and promptly
remedied by the Bitters. Exposuro iu
Tousih weather is often productive of hurt
ful consequences, which may, however, bo
averted by the timely use or rlie Bitters,
which diffuses an agreeable warmth
through tho system, and promotes an
active circulation of the blood in the ex
tremities wheu benumbed and chilled.
Malaria, kidney trouble, rheumatism and
debility are remedied by the Bitters.
All claims not consistent with the high
character of Syrup of Figs are purposely
avoided by t he Cal. Fig Syrup Company.
It acts gently on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels, cleansing the system effectually,
but it is not a cure-all and makes no pre
tensions that every bottle will not substau
BEER IN THE TERRITORY.
DALLAS. Tex., Dec. 5 L. Richenstein
of this city, agent for a St. Louis brewery,
has been arre&ted on a bench warrant
from Judge Shackelford's court and taken
to the Indian Territory. It is charged that
Richeustein has shipped beer into the
Indian Territory in defiance of Judge
Shackelford's decision that beer cannot be
sold in that country. It will bo remem
bered that Judge Bryant decided just tho
THE OLATHE SUICIDE.
OLATiin, Kan., Dec. 5. Tho mysterious
young woman who took poison here last
Wednesday lias been identified as Cretia
Long, daughter of V. M. Long, a farmer
near Cabool, Texas county, Mo. She
canio from Ottawa, Kan., where she had
been working in the Marsh house. The
letters "M. H." on her clothing btand for
DARLIXGTON, Wis., Dec. 5. The grand
jury today found true bills of indictment
against a large number of persons con
cerned iu tho lyching of Anton Siebolt,
who murdered John Meighan in October
last. The arrests will be made tomorrow.
Washington. Dec. 5. Secretary Proctor
severed his connection with the war de
partment this afternoon and took official
leave of all the officers of that department.
He will take his seat in the senate on
JEALOUSY AND MURDER.
DETROIT, Dec. 5. Herbert Ford (colored)
of Perrysburg, O., tonigh? fatally shot
Clara Mills, also colored. Ford then com
mitted suicide. Jealousy is the cause of
BUTLER & GKRALE Y
.icliWork of all kinds juomiitlr attended to,
213 South Main, Wichita, Kan.
r. r. martin,
'Wholesale and Retail
Artists Materials, Pictures, Frames,
JJcn!dlns. Picture G1a.s. Easels. Screen. Etc
' First quality French China for decorating.
Everything in the line of Artists Materia! at Pt
Loc! or Chicago prices. Ihe only exclusira Art
fctore In the ifcue. Hall Orders promptly nttendrd.
Catalogue lree. 'I elephone 3a.
11 NORTH MARKET ST.
THE JOHNSTON & LA.KIMER DKY GOODS CO.,
Dry ; Goods, : Notions : and .Famishing : Goods.
Complete Stoclr In all the Departments.
119, 121&i23N"TopelvaAve. "Wichita, Kansas.
A Dining Hoom Girl.
To Sell a Residence.
To Buy Real Estate.
To Rent a House.
To Borrow Money.
And Many Other Things
Eead and Adrertiw in Oar "Want OoramiL
High Grade Baking Towders, Fruit
Extracts and Vinegars. Grinders
of Pnre Spices. Tea ImPorters.
127 & 129 N. Market St.
Geo. L. Pratt. Prest. a. T. BrCKrarnoE. Mirr
WICHITA PLUMBING AND TOIIP CO.
ilanufacturers cf and "Wholesale and Re
tall Dealer In All Kinds of
Wood, Iron and Chain Pumps,
Either for Driven or Open Wells.
Pipes. Fitting and Plumbers Supplies.
Telephone 115. Ofllco 152 N. ilarket, Wichita, Kan
Pianos and Organs
Sheet mslc and hook. All kinds of mutlc
CooJ. Bnsband and orchestra musls. ISilola
Street, Wichita. Kansas.
Established iu 1S77.
Huse & Charlton Crockery Company,
102 E Doiifjlaa Avenue.
Wlclilta, Kan. Telephone Connection
THE HAVERSTRAW DROWNING.
HAVERSTRAW, N. Y., Dec. 5. Only two
lives were loiL by the barge disaster last
night. All who were ou board the barges
h.ive now been accounted for, and Nicholas
Nu-jo and Frank .Murray are the only ones
THE FRISCO ROBBERY.
St. Louis, Dec. 5. A lot of broken en
velopes, two or three small canvas bags,
mid a number of checks and bouds have
been found in a ravine about a mile north
of the place where tho Fi isco express rob
bery was coinniiteed, indicating that it
was where the robbers divided their booty.
Tho stuff was brought to the city latt
evening, but at this writing it has not
been visible to tho reporters. It cannot
therefore bo stated what or whose bonds
and checks are in the bundle.
A COUNTY TREASURER SHORT.
St. JonN, Kan., Dec. 5. The treasury of
this (Stafford) county is slort $13,120 and
Treasurer E. II. Laudes has been arrested,
charged with being responsible for the
shortage. He claims that on the night
of Nov. G, last, burglars entered
his oflice, blew open tho safe and secured
ST.ODO in cash, lie, however, did not re
port thu facts to the authorities until la-t
Tticsdnv, and before that made no ref. r-
ence to It to any one except hi- chief clerk.
The rest of the shortage he accounts for
by stating that the experts who furnished
the evidence upon which he was arre.-ted
made a mistake in their footings. Tho
treasurer is under $00,000 bonds.
Sauk Centre, Minn., Dec. 5. Senator
Keller is at work upon nn invention
which, if it proved a success, will bo of
great value to the farmers. Tho scheme
is to attaeli an electric motor to a common
walking plow that will contain sufficient
force to work in any kind of soil. Storage
batteriesaro to be adjusted to the machine,
so as to keep it in constant motion. Mr.
Keller has tho utmost faith in his new
"help to tho farmer" and declares that it
will reduce the cost of plowing to a mere
MrxxEAroLTS, Dec 5. Timothy R
Byrnes one of the best known young Re
publicans here, and who atkuuexl national
prominence by reason of the fact that he
vs chief apndhmtrent clerk of' tic? trw?
nry department under 3lr. "Windora, and
who is now a nanonfil"organlzol' of the
Nationtil Leasiue of Republican clubs, was
indicted by the Hennepin county grand
jury for uttering a forued document- T$e
document which he i. accused of having
uttered is a deed frorti 'nisrtlToni of In-law
for a number of lots. The announcement
has created a sensntion
Doctors? Pshawl Take BEECnAM's
AsnLAXD, Wis., Dec 5 G. T. Thomas,
nn Ashland real estate dealer, has com
menced action to gain possession of 300
acres of valuable laud in the heart of West
Superior. He claims the laud under an
old title, which was supposed to have been
long ago destroyed, ills action has creat
ed much excitement among the speculators
who purchased lots which lie within tho
bounds of his claim. Tho property is esti
mated to bo worth nearly a million dollars.
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5 The weekly bank
statement shows the following changes:
Juliet snd Her Tomb.
Among the stories which Professor
Sousa, of the Marine band, brought back
with him from Europe is one about Fred
Canby, the theatrical partner of Francis
Wilson. Canby found himself in Paris
one day. He found even gay "Paree" dull,
and having no one with whom he could
share his black butterflies, as the French
call our blue devils, he read Shakespeare.
I think a fellow must be in a pretty bad
way indeed when he is compelled, in Paris,
to read Shakespeare for amusement.
The particular piece that Shakespeare
wrote which Canby read happened to be
"Two Gentlemen of Verona." He deter
mined to go to Verona and hunt up the
two gentlemen, if so be it they survived.
He went aud arrived at the ancient capital
of Theodoric the Goth without accident.
Alighting from the train he was accosted
by a courier or guide, who proffered his
services to show him the town. Canby in-i
quired whether "The Two Gentlemen of
Verona" were still there.
"I nota know them, sare," was the cour
teous reply of the puzzled jcourier.
"Well, what is there in the old town to
see, anyhow?" inquired the American.
"I can shoa you Juliet's tomba, sare,"
replied the courier.
"Juliet's tomb what's that?" asked
"The tomba of Juliet, sare. Of Romeo
and Juliet, sare."
So they visited the tomb of the lovelorn
heroine. The courier pointed it out, ex
patiated on the history of the tomb and
then described its construction.
"The tomb," he said, "is of granite, and
weighs 100 tons. Insido it is a marble sep
tilcher which weighs seventy-five tons. In
Bide that is a stone sarcophagus which
weighs twenty-five tons. Inside that is a
leaden casket which weighs five tons. In
side that is the mahogany coffin in which
Juliet lies." Here tho courier paused to
see how the American was impressed.
"Well old man," said Canby, taking a
long breath, "you've got her safe, haven't
you?" Washington Post.
Importers and Jobbers of
CIMCKERY. GLASSWARE. LAMPS, PLATED-WARE and CUTLERY.
220 North Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles B. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and. Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, - - - - Wichita, Kansas.
WICHITA BOTTLING AYOflKS,
OTTO ZIMHERUANX. Pray.
Bottlers of Ginger Ale. Champajrne
Cider, Sada Water, StandardNerTe
Pood, also General Western
JljErents lor Win. J.Lemp's Extra Pale.
Con First and WacoSts., - Wichita.
J. P. ALLEN,
Iireryiuing Kepi in a Fid class Drug Store
103 EAST DOUGLAS AYE.
WICHITA. - - - KAX.
0TtTTnrT C(arn dm Rotjp
'Attamtl'i PlKlrtC IWVtl - n..J
ih Any Court uil ur tnn Wi i 11
Br toitt nay ldrTv prepkld, unoa
eoelp ol ILttt. AJJjrcis t& wicUU
isazje, WicMia Sao.
THE WICHITA OTIIUIX AM SHIKT 1IAKUFACTUBING CO
JIANUFACTUICERS AND JOHBEKS OK
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Vests:
Paucy Plannel and Cotton Overall irts; Canton Plannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Utc.
Factory and Salesroom 335) X. Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
I?olert M. Maxwell.
MAXWELL & McCLTJKE,
Wholesale Dealers In
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, Etc.
No, 237 & 239 S, Main St,, WICHITA, KAN.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GEOCEET CO,
CI PICT D W .A Jl JO! OV M! ?15. OO 2S3 FOraB MiBXET STREET
Keep ererythlnfr m the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixtures.
Sole agents for tho elate for ''Grand jtepnhllc" cigars, also sole proprietors of
tho "Uoyalty" and "La Innocencia" brands. 15
LEHMANN-HIGCflNSON GROCER CO.,
203 AND 205 N. WATER STREET.
Sole Agents for tho Gelbrated Jersey Coffee, the best package cofieo in tho market
OYAL WORCESTER CUTLERY ABESTAWOHLB.
JL tV.KX'XTI'A lVAKJUATX fTftn Trltn
each knife, Jia2or or Saeu.
Art jonr dealer tot
uu olbrr, as
errrr term ti
b&ndfe ucr cut
lery WrIU t
oaco And fcscaru oencjr.
MCKNIGHT & CO., JOBBERS OF CUTLERY, 352 N. MAIN ST., WICHITA, KANSt
If your aealor cannot supply yoa Bond ua taa odrerUsod prlco anl wo Wi.i seal artli To (wipoU.
H IS (WMK7!i.').5-Mtfc afTlHnr Mm
Getting a. Hnlr Cat.
Tho banks now hold $18,S3ti,(J00 in excess
of tho requirements of the 25 percent, rule.
PEMBIXA, N. D.. Dec, 5. Tho terrible
blizzard which bet in Thursday morning
coutiuued all day Thur-day, Thursday
night aud Friday, and is still howling
with increased velocity. Business is at a
standstill. No one can get in or out of
the city. The sidewalks and streets are
blockaded with snow banks fifteen feet
high, which cannot be cleared until the
Engineer (as he rounds tho carve) Good
heavens, Billl There's a man on the track,
and I can't reverse in time.
' ;i'?-vtv 7,
DECEPTION AMONG WOMEN.
- jp y:
"No hnrm done, gents.
for tho cut." Life.
PlTTSBUKO. Pa., Dec 5. To a Pittsburg
admirer of Chauncey M. Depew.who ques
tioned him, Mr. Dfpew this morning t-aid:
"Mr. Blai e will bo tendered tho nomina
tion for president, and if he does not want
it. President Harrison can have it. Mr.
Mills will be tho next snenkt r of the house.
Ho i" the only man who ever introduced a
purely Democratic bill in the house that
amounted to anything."
BELLEFONTE,Pa.,Dea 5. The Belief onto
Iron and Nail company, limited, has sus
pended operations-, with liabilities aggre
gating $302,000 Tho extensive plant has
been turned over to ex-Governor Beaver,
its president, for the benefit of tho credi
tors. It has been knowu for somo tim-3
that the conipauy has been losiug money
aud tho iUbpension did not can-o much
surpri-e. The difficulties, however, have
been satisfactorily arranged and the com
pany will be reorganized.
"WAsnrs-bTON. Dec. 5. Admiral Walker
had a urn ereiico with Secretary Bl due to
day, prior to his departure for Brnzi to
take command of the South Atlantic sta
t.on. He says that the Chicago, Atlanta
nd Bciinitiirtou will sail Irom Hampton
Roads next Taesdav.
New Yonic, Dec 5. -The exports of
specie from tho port ot New York during
ttie week, were $019,119. of which $37,000
was gold and $532,119 in silver. The im
ports of specie during the week were $532,
431, of which $503,201 was in gold aud
CRUISER NO. 9.
Baltimore, Dec 5. The L'nited State-
cruiser No. 9. named the "Montgomery,"
w.-is launched at the yards of the Columbia
iron works this morning.
A BANK ROBBERY.
BELLEFOXTAIXE, O., Dec 5. The Belle
Center bank, in Logan county, was robbed
last night of $1,300. The safe was blown
open with dynamite.
New York. Dec 5. Mrs. Delia Stewart
Parnell, mother of the lute Charles Stew
nrt Parnell. sailed for England today on
the Cuuard steamer Aurania. She is ac
companied by her son John ParuelL
ClHCAGODec 5. Garfield park winners:
Get-iuay, Freedom, Pilgrim, Jake Saun
NEW York, Dec. 5. Guttenbnrg win
ners toda: MMrmont. Stint-tHRiVs. Marie
I Lovel, Lepanto. Tnugle, Romance,
AVhen I say cum I il j I.D- mesa merciy to Etop theen
rad.l -T!. I ham b- co t e d scoso cf FITS, KPI
LHVi Y 1 1 r ALUXG hit KM:a3 a '.ae-lang Btody. I
wor-snt my remedy to cs"e t ie rorst c&aes. Beiaarw
others bus lulled Is no reasuc iur n n-nr raceiTjs a
c j'o. Ercd at tmc for a tnulua end a Frco Botlo of
my infallible reaedy. Giro Kiprejt taa Tort OSko.
II. G. KOOT, nr. C, 1S3 Tcrl St., N. Y.
A TOWN SCORCHED.
Spokane, Wash.. Dec 5. A disnatch
fiom Couer D'Aleue City. Idaho, .states
that the town is on fire and ns-jstance is
neetied. A speciMl train with a tin: engine
left here at onae.
A Crushed Romance.
The curtain had gone down on the second
act of the opera, but the spell of the com
poser's genius, interpreted with matchless
skill by the eminent artists who had es
sayed the leading parts, j-et lingered, and
a hush had fallen upon the audience.
"Maud," said the young man in a thrill
ing whisper, "is not even the silence elo
quent?" The lovely girl bowed her head and
blushed at the unmistakable bnt hitherto
unsuspected ardor of the usually cold and
stately young man at her side.
"In moments like this, Maud," he whis
pered, "the soul, moved by impulses it
cinnot resist, sweeps conventionalities
aside aud speaks to its fellow sonll Hear
me, Maud, hear me, when I say"
"Opera books! Books of theopera!" piped
a shrill voice at his elbow.
And the conversation thus interrupted
never, never was resumed. Chicago Trib
une. Paine and Bll.
The nuptials of Mr. Paine and Miss Bliss
were recently celebrated. Press Item.
Quite different motives, as we see,
Tosrether bronsht these twain;
In Ufa ho wanted Bliss and sha
A preference had for Paine
The nnptial rite that Joined their hands
Was good for him, for ho
Posses es Bliss in wedlock's bands.
While only Paine has she.
Bat marriage is a failure, plain.
When all is said and done;
For Bliss at once was changed to Paine
When these two were made one.
Still matters may not go amiss
And joj- may with them reitjn.
For if she's like most wives then Bliss
Will triumph OTer Pame.
- Vw York Press.
THE GRAVES CASE. j
DEXVER,Dtc a The trial of Dr. Graves I
was again postponed today until Monday J
on account of the illness of Judge HisinJ. ,
We MnJ the n-rreT-u Frra-t
JrotsU CALTHOS free. an., a
lfeal jroaraateetbatt xxsmps will j
STOP DtK-bTt A. nml.tn-
CntR srrntirrapi.Yariele I
acd KEsTOltE LwfVlcwn.
f .ettcKl pat if sziisfed.
.Ui-w.VON KOHL CO..
Sl Anurias iab, OartaillL OU. '
Tliy Hushandsi and Fathers Are to Blame
fur Much Apparent Dishonesty.
Since the field of woman's work has
broadened, it has been discovered that
the proportion of women clerks, cashiers
and forewomen, who betray the trusfcre
posed in them, is much less than that of
male employes. Opposite this, as if the
purpose were to balance tho sins of the
Eexe3, we find the simple proposition
that, as a rule, women are more decep
tive than men, but the deception is prac
ticed either in small inatter3 or in senti
ment. If we eliminate love from the calcula
tions, woman is still the mor'e1 'deceptive
in small things. That is to say, she may
plead guilty to petit larceny, while her
big brother covers the entire gamut,
from grand larceny to murder. If this
were true, it is not difficult to account
for the difference between man and
womankind. The majority of women
depend largely upon their husbands,
fathers or brothers. In the maintenance
of the house and table, to say nothing of
personal adornment, there are very few
men who place their puise at their wife's
disposal. Nineteen out of twenty have
seen their mothers appealing to the head
of the house for money that should have
been given to hr as hers by right.
The man's point of new and the wom
an's point of view are so far apart that it
takes time to bridge it, and as the wom
an is usually tho bridge builder, what
wonder if she wearies, resolves to take
the shortest and easiest way and prac
tices some small deception? Many a girl
with honest impulses, candid to a fault,
has been mated to a man whose lack of
sensibility, sordid views of life, greed or
indifference changed the entire charac
ter of her life. She hits kept her own
counsel and "managed"' her husband to
the best of her ability. Ls tins excusable
Many years ago the judges in England
ruled that if a man had avenues of flight
open, no matter how sorely he might be
beset, to turn and slay his assailant was
murder, and many thousands wero
hanged for preferring to kill another
rather than stand or be overtaken and
slain. Of late the judges have changed
the ruling. The interpretation of the
law is different. Whereas in former
years no man dare assail his opponent
until he was driven to the wall, now we
have the common sense decision that a i
man need not fiee from an assassin, ',
turning his back and inviting death, i
He may face his opponent and kill him j
rather than risk being ailed. If this
ruling is just, what shall we say of the
men whose miserly practices or greed or
indifference deprives their wives or
daughters of the opportunity to enjoy
life within their means?
The best answer to tlie assertion that
women are more deceptive than men is
found in those families where the parents
do not discriminate against their daugh
ters: where it is assumed that the daugh
ters are entitled to as much money as
the sons, and the sons are taught that
the earnings of the minors are common
stock. The girls practice no more de
ception than the boys. They develop
into independent, fair minded women.
And they may be relied upon to preserve
their self respect and tho respect da?
In the practical, everyday affairs of
life the equality tanghtjoy the master is
impressed in a manner that makes char
arter. And. characterless women are
the only companions that characterless I
men are worthy of. Pittsburs BullstJa. I
M. Calino, the celebrated French simple
ton, never wishes ether people to be at all
incommoded by his proceedings.
He had accepted a challenge to fight a
duel, and was told that the hour had been
fixed at 9 o'clock for the next day.
"H'mi" said M. Calino. "I'll try to bo
there on time, but if I'm a little late tell
the other man to begin without me."
TTaitlnc for Ucr.
WinkleHave you seen Miss Twitter in t
her new tailor made gown?
Nodd No. She was out walking when
Winkle Was any one else at home?
Nodd Yes. The tailor who made it waa
there. Cloak Review.
Three Ancient Trees.
Washington has three tree3, each con
nected with some important event in the
laying out of the town of Washington in
1783. The commissioners who made the
survey began their work under the great
white oak in tho front yar4 of Judge
Andrews' old home at Haywood.
Through tho following century this waa
one of the finest trees in Wilkes county.
Another historical tree is the great pop
lar on the Alexander homestead. In 1790
the first ordination of a Presbyterian
minister west of the Savannah river took
place under that tree. This was Rev.
John Springer, a man of noted character
and talents, and who would have been
president of Franklin college had he
Finally, coming down later in time,
we reach the memorable debate between
Robert Toombs and Benjamin Hill in
ISoG? This was one of the greatest in
tellectual contests in the history of
Georgia, and will never be forgotten by
those who heard it. It took place under
an oak in the grove of Haywood. It was
followed by a typical barbecue of the old
south. Washington (Ga.) Gazette.
Tbo Art of Perfume Slaking;.
The art of making perfumes is as old as
history itself. Before painting, music or
architecture had crystallized into art, per
fume and tho method of making it had
taken a strong hold on all peoples. A
sacrifice of perfume In tho form of incense
was a necessary part of many ancient re
ligions. Incense was used by tho HebrcwB,
later by tho Druids of England, and now-;
is in all Roman Catholic churches.
The Greeks and their Imitators, the Ro
mans, all bad their favorite scents, and
Irving's "Life of Mahomet" tells how pas
sionately the prophet was devoted to the
delicate oriental perfumes.
The voluptuaries of old wished to bo
luxurious, but it has been left for the mod
ern Gaul to produce perfumes, scents and
odors, beside which thoso of the ancients
would seem flat and crude.
The early dtiy$ of the empire witnessed
the beginning of the present immense in
dustry of perfume making. New York
An ingenious application of electricity
for ventilation has been brought out in
France. An electric fan f urnbhe, the cur
rent of air, which can be cooled by means
of ice or other cooling agent. If hot air Is
required, electricity Li sent through a se
ries of meahes of wire, whose high resist
ance causes it to become hot, aud tho air
passing through these is given the heat re
glie T7e Ucr lint for a llakln- Tin.
In southern California the Indians make
bread from the pods of n leguminous plant
called tho "mefcqnite." A hquaxv pounds
tho pods flnoiu a wooden mortar. Tha
sha takes from her bend her coniosl hat
and sprinkles a little wnttcr fnaidu of it.
Next she sprinkles a little meal m the lint,
then a little more water, again a little mora
meal and eo alternately until the hat H
full. "This accomplished, eho expos tho
hat and its contents to tho sun until the
mixture is baked into a eoLd loaf. Wuh
IVtxatdj, U tola with
to air all NervwM IM
rjjws, I3CU u Weak
ilrmory, Iviti of IlraJa
Wakffulne. Van Alui
bool. Nenrcmnii, Ijli
rltoilo, all dralai bJ
lout of powr of tb
OcnentlT Orran la
tlthtr trx. cautfil br
Offr xrrtlon. jnrthfnl lmllaertlODt.or the iemlT
n. of tobareo. opium, or ttirnulaisU, which ulUmaUl
lrad to Infirmity. Coaturor-Uon ul IntanltT- Vmi. up
In conrrnlrnt form to carrr in tin Tut rexrt. I'rlc
11 a packajr. or for i Willi ertry V oict we ctf
written guornnteo to oure or refund tn
moner. nt ly mall to any addrrs. circular fn
In plain eriTelope. Mrntloa UiU paper. A4drt,
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Two ItipeUs 3Ieet.
A gentleman slowly sauntering down
Seventeenth fctreet the other night waa
btartied by a shrill whistle that sounded
close behind hi:u. He naturally stopped
and looked around, Tiut saw no one. He
6tarted on, but had proceeded only a few
yards when tho -whistle, louder and
thriller than before, was repeated.
Again he looked around, and again he
saw no one. Then his heart misgave
him, for the hour vres almost midnight.
Vague, unutterable fears clutched at his
soul, until his sleek locks grew to resem
ble the quills of that notoriously fretful
But suddenly the mystery was solved.
He chanced to glance overhead, think
ing that probably, like the JLay Queen,
he had heard the angels call, tyhen he
perceived a parrot in a case that dan
gled fiom a second, story "window. The
eyes of the feathered and feather!as3
bipeds'met, and the parrot quickly and
appropriately remarked, "What are you
looking at, you blamed fool !" Philadel
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Flow Acorn Are Eat-n.
A corn? form an imnoztzsl article of
diet ataon? tcaav tribes of Indians, j
They are bruited into meal and mndti
into doogh for bread. The steal is twn
ally Kmketi preliminary in water to take
away ite binar taste. Acorns are storad
away in trees by wood packers, and in
times of tcarciry the ntiv rob tfee&
deposits. Washington Star.
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