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The inKtfcat 1,1 nut ever made to a
rallwcy company wan .11,000 iquan
miles Riven by tho United Htatcn gov
ernment to tho Union I'.-wlflc railway,
ivhlcli was oponeil In IsM
There In a smallpox scare In Eng
land ami an Ingenious vicar In Kent
haB duvlsod "vnrclnatlon concerts" for
tho hop gatherers. A band plnys In a
IiIr tent, and In a itmnllcr lent are vac
rlnatlon olllrors, wlillo the vlrar and
his assistants go through tho twill inco
urging the dnalrablllty of vaccination.
Ill Minion Cnlrh In tlm Weil.
Tlie salmon cntchern on tho North
Pacific coast sometimes cntch over
G.000 flali at ono hnul nnd nro compell
ed to throw thousands back for want
of solnn room. Cannerlea aro running
at breakneck pcod. Labor Is vpry
Ecarro nnd small girls employed oa
holpera are making 93 a day.
Urni(iny Tobsico llulnrs.
In 1500 Germany exported and Im
ported oxnetly tho samo iiuantlty ol
Ignrs namely, 313 tons. A groat dif
ference, howovor, existed In tho qual-
The Patienco Of Franco Is Finally
WOUND AND OFFEND PRIDE.
l'nrls, Nov. 4. "Tho Sultan has or
dered the completion with all apt-oil uf
tho defenses at S.iloulkla, Smyrna and
tho fiitrnneo of the Dardanells," says a
correspondence of tho Kclio do l'nrls.
"Sulimarlno Milium will bo placed and
troops mobilized nt point where dis
umbarkatloiiH aro llkoly.
"A violent nuti-l'rcncli ft-ellnjr pre
vails, nnd fears are folt for tho safety
of tho French residents in Turkish
Now York. Tho l'nrls correspondent
of the London Time- and tho New
York Times declnres that tho patienco
of France with Turkey has Dually been
exhausted. Ho says It Is the ffoueral
belief that Tin key will now abandon
liy. Tho Imports for last year amount. I lr procrastinating tactics and fulllll
rd In vnluo to $2,000,000, wbllo tho ox
ports woro valued at only $800,000 To
bacco produced In (lermany Is iicctl fot
mixing with bettor gradoa Imported
from other countries.
i:iinriiiniu Trunin nt tlm Fnn,
Over 4,781,000 tons of freight pawtsl
through tho American and Canadian
canals nt Sault Btu. Mario in July, an
Increaso of about 262,000 tons over
Juno. The numbor of vessols carrying
this tonnage was 3,211 and besides
5.854.777 bushols of wheat, 1,092.623
barrels of Hour, 1,838,400 feet of lum
ber and 3,351,291 toiiB of Iron oro, 14,
. 200 passengers wcro carried. Thcro
aro fow busier commercial points In
tho world nnd tho trnflle Is far In ox
cess of that of the Suez canal.
Sarin Hiirlnl MiMlia.
In Korea visiting enrds measuring a
foot srptaro aro In vogue. Tho savages
of Dahomey annoum-e their vlslto to
each other by Bending In advance a
wooden board or tho branch of a trcq
artistically carved. When tho visit
is paid the "card" irturns to tho pos
session of Its owner, who probably
uses It for many years. Tho natives
of Sumatra use for a visiting card a
ploco of wood about a foot long, dec
orated with a bunch of straw and a
A Youthful lioynt 8irorltnan.
The young King of Spain Is qulto ex
pert In tho ubo of tho sword. Thla hai
always been his favorlto pastime.
When qulto a llttlo child wooden
Rwords wcro made for hlB tine, and with
theso he would fenco with thu young
nobles who wore permitted to play
with him. Ills marvelous ability was
notlceablo for all who camo In contact
with him, and now ho Is probably, for
his ago, tho most export royal swords
man In Uuropo. Chlcjgo Kocord-Her-aid.
Mr Wliifttow!. Smithing Syrup.
I-nMhlMri-n tFtlliln?, t(ififn tho irmiu, Tt dure In
flAtiiiiintlua, ftlltr patn.rurii wlul eullo c a bottle.
Virtue Is frequently Its own reward
because there aro no questions asked.
Arc You UhIiir Alli-n's Foot-KnuK T
It Is the only euro for Swollen,
Smarting. lUimlng, Sweating Feet,
Corns and llunlnns. Ask for Allen's
Koot-naso, a powder to bo shaken Into
the shoea. At nil Druggists and Shoe
Stores. 2r.c. Snmplo sent PUBIS. Ad
diosa Allen S. Olmsted. Loltoy, N. Y.
men who have
Heaven never helps
that tired feeling.
Itrooklyn, N. T., Oct. 81st After In
vrstlKatliiR (lurllfM Tea, which Is qulto
utilvrrsally acknowledged to be the best
family remedy. It is nut illlllciilt to ex
plain It success It Is thu medicine for
HOOD Hi:smrH' It Is prepared here
by the (larflcM Ten Co , In their new and
atlnictlw laborator) and Is inaile wholly
from simple, sweet ami withal, IlHAIril
UIVINd 1IKIU18. (larllelil Tea la the
OIUUINAI, herb euro for constipation
unj sick lieailucho
tho sluidow that follow!
There is more fatnrm in tins scrllon of tb
country Hum nil olhur UImmscs put loKelher
nnti until inn nisi lew jeum was supposed 10 it
Incurable. Tor a Kreut many j ours ilnrtnr pro.
her cnifiiKcinents. Her tmly difficulty
will bo in llndlug' tho necessary monoy.
The correspondent adds that thing's
cannot go us they have done. The
government is face In faeo with n do
bate on tho foreign estimates in tho
chamber of deputies, and it is impera
tive that a situation both ombarrasliif;
and ridiculous shall bo ended. When
trouble with Turkey began it seemed
dllllcult for Franco to undertake a
coercive naval demonstration In regard
to tho three matters at stake. The
question of the Constantinople quays
concerned n private enterprise Involv
ing interpretations of a concession.
The I.orando and Tublnl debts were
even less of tho sort for which a power
mobilizes the licet. The porte, how
ever, has acted toward France In a
way calculated to wound and offend
and n demonstration Is needed, or thu
dignity of Franco will bo compromised.
Ntrnnileil at Nome.
I'ort Ton usend, Wash., Nov. 1. Two
steamers have arrived from Nome.
Kaeh brought down eight hundred pas
sengers. On ono were 100 stowaways.
I'assengers report that live hundred
men were loft nt Nome, nil of whom
are penniless, with no means of making
a living during thu winter nnd a reign
of terror Is predicted. During tho en
tire voyage of the Queen petty thefts
vera of dally occurrence.
Arsnn Ami llurglary.
Lamed, Ks., Nov. 4. Schell's livery
burned early in the morning with 35
horses. At tho same time tho Santa
l'o safe in tho depot was blown to
pieces, and tho depot badly wrecked.
It seems evident tho barn was burned
to aid the depot crime. The agent and
the operator ran to tho depot when
the explosion occurred and drove away
three men and shot at them. It is be
lieved that tho work was douo by resi
dents of the vicinity.
Hauta Fa Anil Prlsco Jointly.
St. Louis, Oct. 2U. Tho St. Louis
nnd San Francisco company and tho
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe have
jointly purchased tho Kansas South
western line, sixty miles in length,
extending from Arkansas City, Kan.,
to Anthonj, at a cost of 8300,000.
Tho lino is to bo operated for Joint
account, and tho tralllu therefrom to
be enuallv dovlded botvteon the two
Oklahoma City, Oct. 31. Oklahoma
City is to have a university which will
be to tho southwest what tho North
western university is to that section of
the United States, an educational insti
tution which is destined in time to rank
with tho best in tho land. It will bo
known as Kpworth University.
WHAT THE NAVY ASKS FOR.
flan Would Malta a Mora KfTactlvs
Sarvtca on tha Ocr.au.
Washington, Nov. 4. The board ol
naval construction will renew ita
recoi'imendntions, which were mailo to
tho last congress. Tho board's com
plete plan Is:
Three sea-going battleships of about
10,000 tons displacement.
Two armored cruisers of about II, SCO
Six gunboats of about (1000 tons.
Six gunboats of about '-',000 tons.
Two colliers of about 15,000 tons.
Ohe repair ohlp of about 7,500 tons.
Six training ships of nbout 2000 tons.
Four picket boats of about 050 tons.
In each case, it is explained, recom
mendations nro but steps necessary to
be taken to carry out the genernl policy
of providing tho United Sintes with a
modern navy of sulllclent strength and
made up of harmonious units.
This policy was thought out care
fully by two boards and if It is carried
out as is promised they declare that
the Hymmetrie.il mi vyjlnnlty provided
would bo very much more effective
than the more numerous navies of sev
eral of the European countries.
A Wisconsin Family's romlnjnos.
Dr. Iloswell Park, ono of the physi
cians who attended President McKIn
ley, Is a son of the Rev. It swell Park,
D. D., who founded and was first presi.
dent of Ilaclne college, Racine, Wis.
CnMcs In tlm I'lilllpplnra.
Our government linn concluded that
surety and secrecy can only b obtained
by a cablo ship owned and worked by Its
own olllcers To this end the first olllclal
cable vcsbcI will bo put In readiness. As
necessary as the cablo Is In times of war,
lloNtcttrr's Stomach Hitters Is of far more
linportnnre, for It makes people well. It
cures Indigestion dspepsla, flatulency,
constipation, biliousness and nervousness,
alo prcvmls malaria, fever and ague.
Wo urk'o you to try It.
It's queer that people bncn't nny
confidence In confidence men.
Constantinople, ITov. 4. Negotia
tions with the captors of Miss KUen
M. Stone, tho American missionary,
appeared to'bo going on so successfully
that her release seemed to be only n
matter of days. Another letter has
been received from her. Later the case
of Miss Stone becamo more serious.
Tho brigands nro still holding out for
the JL'.',000 ransom nnd It is feared t'.int
should they persist in their demand
Miss Stone will have to be sacrificed.
Tho negotiations aro still proceeding'.
Tito's Cum for Consumption li an Infallthls
medidne for onnRh ntul cold. N. W.Sauukl,
Ououa U roto, N. J Peb. 17, lima -
An old fool is always tnoro foolish
than a young fool.
tiiosf. who iiavi: tuii:d it
will use no other. Defiance Cold Water
Htnrch has no en in I In Quantity or Qual
ityis oz foV li) cents. Other brands
contain only 12 oz.
If somo pcoplo were civilized they
rould not be holding down such good
iobs in tho dime museums.
A revolver may not be a social
weapon but It never goes ofT by Itself.
if practice makes perfect tho aver-
ago doctor ought to bo a paragon.
Hamlin's Ulood and Liver Pills cure
constipation and all the ills duo to it;
26c at your druggists.
As a ruli tho man who gets in a
pickle doesn't look well preserved.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not
stain tho hands or spot thu kettle (ex
cept grocn and purple). Sold by drug
gists, 10c. per package.
Tho sheriff can't bo Judged by tho
company ho keeps.
Ladles Can tVenr Shoes.
One slrosmallcrafteruslng Allen's Fool
Ensc, a powder It makes tlghtor new
shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweat
ing, aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns
and bunions. All druggists and shoo
stores 25c. Trial package FREE by mail.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeUoy, N. Y.
Tho Hwlnimlng Instructor is npt to
bo immersed In business.
AM. Ur-TO-WAlF. HOUHHKI2EPEn
Uso Red Cross llall Muo. It makes clothe
cloau and swoot as when now. All grocers.
Long sermons nro sometimes referred
to as clerical errors.
uounral ll a local dleu. and proscribed loco!
remolloH. nnd liy roniuiully fnlllna to cun
with local treatment, pronounced ft li.cunililo
Injured nt Turcot Practice
Leavenworth, Kns., Oct 30. While a
detachment of tho Twenty-eighth bat
tery, field artillery, under Captain
Menoher, wns engaged in target prac
tice nt Fort Leavenworth n Colt's rapid
llro cannon exploded, injuring five pri
vates. The injured men nre: Prlvntes
Fred Snyder, Injured In leg, wound
serious; F. Nelpolt, right arm; Cyrus
W. Relder, right arm; Timothy Hayes,
loft thigh; Norman Jones, right thumb.
The gun was a new one.
Y. M. C. A. Htntn Convention.
Fort Scott, Oct. 31. Tho twentieth
annual statu convention of tho Y. M.
C. A. in session here, elected these
olllcers: President, W. J. Cnlhoun,
Fort Scott; vice president, Prof. J. II.
Hill, Emporia; second vice pros-idem,
.1. W. Wnldron, Topeka; secretary, C.
(1. Titus, Lawrence; press secretary, A.
1). Phelps, Wichita. State Secretary
A. llaird and other leading men rrc
ii'iMliifl .tl'.MUm ' .''sIlWLJtt'SUW'ftlJJJIJt1' ."'V'JPPT'yTsilsllaaaBan
H 1piw IlSaiSitflil
fS 0aSBtiaaHw f j yBJSyjBSaT1jSe . VS. -j
Sctonco lma prmen cutarrli to ho acomilltii
inmiu iiiseasn, una inereiiirn requires consii.
tutlonnl treatment, llall s Catarrh Cure. mnii.
ut-ictured by 1 J Cheney Co., Toledo. Ohio,
Is the only rom.tltuiloiml euro un the. inirket,
It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops 14
a tt'UMKHinfuL It nets directly upon tho blmn
and mucous surface of tho sjktein They offei
pun nuniirtsi iioiinrs tor nnv onsen uiuioruro.
beiidforolrciihirsnnd testimonials. Address
K J. CUKNKY & CO , Toledo, OUlu.
Sold by Drui'k'i-ti. 7to.
Hall's Family l'llls ore the best.
When the wise man starts on a jour
ney ho takes a full purso.
The Home Laundry.
There Is no reason why tho clothes
cleaned at home cannot be Ironed up
to the same sttndard of excellence that
comes from sending thoni to tho laun
dry. All that is necessary to attain
the desired object Is tho purchaso of
a package of Defiance starch at any
grocery. Use it onco and you will un
derstand why clothes Ironed ut tho
laundries havo that mild, glossy ap
pearanco. All first-class laundries nso
Defiance starch. It there Is uo grocery
In your neighborhood that keeps it
they will soud tor It on request. Made
,y the Magnetln Starch Co., Omaha,
Uen. Allies Against Canteens.
Washington, Oct. 2U. Ll-utennnl
General Miles has again reversed his
views, and in his annual report will
oppose any effort to repeal thu ant!
canteen law. General Miles has been in
tho past one of tho strongest advocates
of the canteen system, and ho was
largely responsible for its adoption.
He lias changed ground sincu tho anti
canteen law was adopted, and uow
nrgues that the army is better oil with
out the canteen.
Miss LilHe Degenkolbe, Treasurer South
End Society of Chriscian Endeavor, 3 141
(Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., Cured by
'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mrs. Finkham: When life looked brightest to me I
sustained a hard fall and internal complications were the result.
I was considerably inflamed, did not feel that I could walk, and lost
my good spirits. I spent money doctoring without any help, when a
relative visited our home. She was so enthusiastic over LytUa E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, having used it herself, that
nothing would satisfy her until I sent for a bottle. I have thanked
her a hundred times for it since, for it brought blessed health to me
and cured me within seven weeks.
I now wish to thank you, your medicine is a friend to suffering
women." Lillie DnoENKOLnE.
$5000 FOKFEIT IP THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
When women aro troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful
menstruntion, weakness, loucorrhcua, displacement or ulceration of tho
womb, that bearing-down feeling, inllammation of the ovaries, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), genoral debility, indigestion, and nervous pros
tration, or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude,
excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all
gone," nnd " want-to-bo-left-alone " feelings, blues, and hopelessness,
they should remombor there is ono tried and true remedy. Lytlla E.
Pinkliam's Vt-jretnlilo Compound at onco removes such troubles.
Refuse to buy any other medicine, for you need tho best.
Mrs. Pinlclium Invites all sick women to wrlto her for ntlvleo.
She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
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Ilaca lllot In I.nultlaua.
.IncUson, Miss., Oct 30. Governor
Heard, of Louisiana, has telegraphed
Governor Lougino that there is a race
riot at Ilalltown, Washington parish,
La., and that thirty aro reported killed.
Washington parish adjoins Marlon
county and Governor Heard asks for
permission for Louisiana troops to pass
through Mississippi. Governor Lon
glno promptly granted the request.
The riot started over a demand on a
refreshment stand keeper to show his
' leu use.
1-rtte Fnr Show Whuat.
Topeka, Knns., Nov. 1. Tho Kansas
commissioners to thu St. Louis exposi
tion, decided to offer 8il0 in prizes for
the best samples of wheat grown in
Kansas this year.
A circular letter will be sent to tho
farmers setting forth tho matter in
detail and urging them to send In
samples of their wheat at once. Tho
sacks will be stored in tho state
house. The samples arc to contain not
less than a halt bushel nor more than
Kltclmner "Ilcnplj ItagreU" Ajjala.
London, Nov. 4. Lord Kitchener
has reported to the war department a
disaster to tho llrltlsh near llcthle,
I'astcrn Transvaal, in which two guns
were lost, several olllcers killed and
wounded and 51-men were killed nnd
100 wounded. Lord Kitchener then
gives tho names of 13 other olllcers wh"
wcro wounded, most of them severely.
Tlilnk ha ! Unllty.
Wlnfleld, Knns., Oct. 29. William
Johnson, who is held for tho murder of
George 0. Montgomery, thu Hanta Fe
scotet service oflicer, la believed by tho
otlluials to be guilty. They aro btlll
getting evidence ugalust him and be
lieve that If they don't fix tho actual
killing upon him, that he knows some
thing about it, and they will secure
evidence to be used against tho real
murderer. Several important clues
aro now being investigated by th
ff.LDiiurlitS4 Gilt Edn lint
Cinnit U Equaled it Any Price.
Fr ar lka ft !) tflrr rt Catarf
L im rCimiAliniaUa liUU.IUiUWftllUMiU
-thoe lor (ylet comfort nod wenr ha n celled
"ftiiotiirrniaiFsiommimrM prirrc jrua rz
.awon iim ien won dj mem aionf
UDoatlM ibort hre to fftr tt-
utlif&rtlon lhn other .1.00 ami
Z&.TG ioea bratiM tits t e puUtton (or
o hi ah (list tho wearer
l s&o. tlifl tt $4.0) and It&o thoei mint be main
Tr. mn iimii luiL Liia wmri icitiii-i in lh
.fyEl 'or t" niony In tUo ". I DoucIai JJJ nnd
1 p to thort than ha can et clwwhere, V, I,
Donalat makes and sells raoro Sloi) and $& sboes thi
any other two manufarlnren In ll) world. FnatColn
!valta uatl. IT. L. Dai-lM II 94 IOBa art mi
rifca hits rr4 IttUtra at4 la f a4 IS . a4
araJaaiMta4latTrrwir Oataloo Vt-
fiout by 63 ikwffias ifortt in American eifiet telUna dlrtct froMfaetorv
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ytt ikata a Mtiia. Knocs ae&t txxr
where on reirlit ol piir and sin, addl
Unnal for raniaee. Tuka inrntitra.
menu or root as suowni stata stjia
ununi ( irv muni
' tot IfftTT. xnedlnm, or NkM toles.
W. X. Douglas. Brockton, Kan.
Connty Mnit l'ay In City.
Topeka, Nov, i, Assistant Attorney
General West ruled that u county,
would have to pay its portion of the
special improvement tax for tho Im
provement of streets in front of ita
court liouso or jail or other property.
The city of Howard recently improved
a street in front of tha court house
and tho county refused to pay Ita por
tlou of tho cost.
Tho council asked for an opinion from
the nttoruoy general und Judge West
held that tho county was liable.
Hi iflPA V
fitwyer's "Excrlalor llrmiid' BalU
and HUoksrs ar lh Leht lTRtcrnroof ar
innta In tho world. iadlroinibabt ma
tsiisliaad vrairrnntil wttcrproof. Mada
j ntj iaa roag nsu wore anil '
I.atMU lnv hn twn iln ana I
Hit bar them, ttU for catslifim
U, M. HAWVKH Jb SU.N. th.la Htn
Kaat CambrUsa Maaa,
r SJtftJS'iSK.KU PENSION
IB lllOKFtllCU, Vatlilnirton, I). C, thfy
II will recelvoqulck replies 11. 6lh N 11 Vols
kus nth Corps. Prostcutlni Claims since 1878
A FllJUra t Tr-ila.ml f fW n.
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W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 45 IPOl.
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