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END OF HENRIETTE RENAN.
B Brother Sar "She Died She Had Lived, Without Becompwue." In May Henriette accompanied M. Kenan on that celebrated expedition to Palestine, the fruits of which were Riven to the world in the "Vie de Jesus." After spending- some months in Galilee and the Lebanon, they found themselves in Beyront in September. Their work was nearly finished, and tbey were eagerly looking- forward tc their return home, when Mdlle. Kenan was seized with fever. The village of Amschitm, near Byblos, a favorite sojourn of hers, seemed preferable to Beyront as a resting-1 place for the short remaining- time, bnt scarcely had they removed there when her brother, in his turn, was smitten. There was no one in the villag-e com petent to treat the disease, and when the doctor from Beyront arrived it was too late to save Henriette. She died, as she had lived for so long. alone. During- her long- agony her brother was lying- in a state of com plete unconsciousness, from which h was aroused by the administration of the most powerful remedy known to science only an hour after she had passed away. "She died," said M.Eenan,"as she had lived, without recompense. The hour when men reap what they have sown, when they look back from their repose on the toils and sorrows of the way, never "truck her on earth. May her memory remain with ns as a precious argument for those eternal truths which every virtuous life contributes to demonstrate. For myself, I have never doubted of the reality of the moral order, but I see clearly now that the whole log-ic of the system of the universe would be overthrown if such lives were but a mockery and an illusion. Temple Bar. Marie Iouise as Empress Recent. ' Marie Louise had played her role of empress regent as well as her imma ture age and slender abilities would permit; only once in his letters did the emperor chide her. and that was for a fault venial in European royalty, re ceiving- a high official, in this case the arch-chancellor, in her bedchamber. On the whole, she had been dignified and conciliatory; once she arose to a considerable height, pronouncing with (Treat effect a stirring speech composed by her husband and forwarded from his headquarters. Aboutv her were grouped a motley council: Joseph, gen tle' but efficient; Savary, underhanded and warlike; Clarke, working in the war ministry like a machine; Talleyrand, secretly plotting against Napoleon, whose title of vice-grand elector he wore with outward suavity, Camba- cereo, wise but unready; Montalivet, adroit but cautious.. Yet, while there was no one combining ability, enthusiasm and energy, the equipment of troops Had gone on with great regulanty,and each day reafiments of half-drilled, half-equipped recruits had depaited for the seat of war. Prof. W. M. Sloane, in Century. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour I.ife Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, strong-, majrnetic, tull of new life and vigor, take No-Tb-Bac, the wonder-worker that makes weak men strong. Manv gam ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac from your own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. .Booklet ana sample mailed Tree. Ad. bterlina Kemedy (Jo., Chicago or JNew i ork "What shall I do with this article on the city drinking water?" said the Chicago editor's assistant. "Boil it down,'' was the reply. v ogue. Wb have not been without Piso's Cure for Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Pekbki, "Tub gre't thrubble that Oi notice about the bicycle," said Mr. Dolan after his first lesson, "is that yez kape f allin' oft before yez git an." vvasuington btar. Ball's Catarrh Cnre Is taken internally. Price 75c SnE "When a man proposes to a girl, it doesn't always mean that tie wants to mar ry her." He "No; it maybe a matter of Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the finest liver ana bowel regulator ever made. "No Maude, a middle-of-the-road candi date is not a bicyclist." iorristown ueraia. Vert few horses eat corned beef, but we saw one standing me oilier day witn a bit 1U HIS IllOU L(l. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Which goes the quickest a full minute or a spare moment! Advick is seldom welcome. Those who need it most take it least. Warner's Safe Cure IN LARGE I BOTTLES OR SMALL f Owing; to the l many requests from Its patrons, Warner's Safe Core Co. have put on the market a ' smaller size bottle of Safe Cure which can now be obtained at all druggists at half the price of BMFYAKD MALARIA. the large bottle. Is notonlv a scientific vmtnhle preparation and does all that is ciaim ea tor it, but it Ls the only Kidney and Liver medicine used by the best people of four conti nents. A medicine that bears the stamo of the world's an- proval, and maintains its posi tion for a fifth of a century. muse necessarily possess culiar merit. J SAFE H ml 1 pe- TWTN3 THE ARMENIANS. Refugees Coming- Here May Be Refused, Admittance. THE 5ATI05AL PRIS03 ASSOCIATION. J. D. auuiken, of McPherfon, Kn. Read a Faper on Criminal Law Reform Pen sion Papers Ketained Canada Money at a Discount. Washtsgtoit, Sept. 3a The atten tion of Commissioner Stump, of the emigrant bureau, was called to the movement looking- to the colonization in this country of Armenian refugees. Mr. Stump said that Secretary Carlisle and himself had been fully advised of such a movement, and various appeals had been made from Lady Henry Som erset and from Frances Willard and English and American relief associa tions asking- for the co-operation of the government in furnishing these stricken people an asylum in the United States, but while the sympathies of all good people must be aroused in their behalf, the officers of the government -must enforce the laws as they exist. The matter was being investigated, and if any lawful means could be found they would be exercised in behalf of the refugees. The law on the subject, however, strictly inhibits the landing in this country of all persons likely to be come a public charge, and also "any person whose ticket or passage is paid for with money of another, or who is assisted by others to come." This be ing the case, although Mr. Stump did not so state, it seems altogether proba ble that the law necessarily was found to be an insurmountable obstacle in the way of relief in the manner pro posed. THE NATIONAL PRISON ASSOCIATION-. Milwaukee, Sept. 30. Homicide was discussed at this morning's session of the National Prison association. It was concluded that the census taken on the subject and the magazine edi torial on it partake largely of the nature of sensational journalism; that the world is growing better, and that homicide is on the decrease. J. D. Mil- liken, of McPherson, Kan., member of the American Bar association, read the report of the standing committee on criminal law reform. His report was a clear and comprehensive one and was listened to in an enthusiastic silence, which changed to a volley of questions and comment. PENSION PAPERS RETURNED. Guthrie, Ok., Sept. 30. During the cyclone in this county several months ago the home of George Johnson, an old veteran, was destroyed, and among the articles lost were his pension pa pers. A few days ago the papers were returned to him from the vicinity of Wauneta, Chautauqua county, Kan., where they had been found in a corn field. They had been carried 150 miles by the cyclone, and laid a long time in the field, but were uninjured with the exception of being badly water soaked. CANADA MONET AT A DISCOUNT. Sandusky, O., Sept. 3a The four national banks of this city have posted a notice to the effect that they will hereafter accept Canadian silver only at a discount of 20 per cent. An ex tensive trade is carried on between Canada and this city. The action of the local bankers is in retaliation for the position assumed by the bankers across the lake, who have refused to accept American silver except at a dis count. THE TREASURY CONDITION. Gold Problem Gives Way to Perplexity Over Decrease In Revenues Washington, Sept. 3a The convic tion is strengthening at the treasury department that the problem of main taining the gold reserve is solved for the next administration for at least a year. The revenue question is not yet solved, and the showing thus far since July is a bad one. The -past week has been one of lighter receipts than al most any week in the history of the treasury in recent years. The receipts for the entire week were only $5,135,' 385, and the receipts for September were 821,791,709. The total for the fiscal year thus far has been $76,333, 015. While receipts have thus fallen off, expenditures have increased from $94,563,348 last year to 5100,825,144 this year. THE LEADVILLE STRIKE. Miners as Yet Undetermined as to Whether They Will Return to Work. Leadvixxe, CoL, Sept. 3a From present indications a bitter struggle is in progress in the Miners union be tween the leaders who wish to continue the strike for uniform wages at S3 per day for all men in all the mines and the conservative men, who think the time has arrived when overtures for peace should be made to the mine ope rators. It is believed that, at the gen eral meeting called for Wednesday evening, the union will resolve to treat for peace or make provisions for wag ing more aggressive war. Miss Slnrray Will Speak for Silver. Macon City", la., Sept. 3a Miss Mina Murray, editor of the Nashua Reporter, who tried to stampede the Chicago convention to Horace Boies, spoke here last night. She is to speak in a num ber of states under the auspices of the national committees of the democratic and silver parties. Storm Wipes Out a Town. Citt op Mexico, Sept. 3a Telegrams from Mazatlan state that the town of Altata has completely disappeared as a result of the recent hurricane. Every house was destroyed, burying the in habitants in their ruins, and the only buiiding left standing is a portion oi the custom house. State fair of Oklahoma. Octhrik, Ok., Sept. 3a The Okla homa state fair opened here yesterday with 3,000 people present. The Okla homa national guards with 600 mei are encamped at the fair grounds. Gov. Renfrowand staff reviewed the troops. - NOW AN INDIAN. An Officer Claims That George Tayloa, the Notorious Murderer, Is in the Creek Ra tion. Guthrie, Ok., Sept. 29. Deputy United States Marshal Frank M. Can ton arrived in the city yesterday with a batch of prisoners charred with varions sins against the federal gov ernment. Canton covers more ground than any of Uncle Sam's officers in the territory, and has a wide acquaintance with the territorial criminals. Canton spent last week in the Creek nation and reports that George Taylor, mur derer of the Meeks family, who es caped while under sentence of death from the Carrollton, Mo., jail, was now a resident of that nation. Canton re sided in Missouri previous to coming to the territory and knows George Taylor welL He avers that Taylor is living in an Indian camp, having taken up the life of the red man. TO WAGE WAR ON SIN. Evangelization of New fork City Will Bo Undertaken Dy Protestant Ministers. New York, Sept. 29. Ministers of all denominations crowded the parlors of the Y. M. G A. hall yesterday afterr noon in response to a call having for its object the evangelization of Greater New York. Rev. J. M. King presided. Opinion was divided as to the expedi ency of holding public meetings in cos mopolitan centers under the auspices of the clergy. After much discussion it was decided to indorse the project of holding public meetings in Cooper Union hall as a beginning. Its meet ings in different parts of the city, as well as in Brooklyn and Jersey City, will follow. Mr. Dwight It. Moody, Mr. Sankey, Mr. Needham and John McNeill, of Aberdeen, Scotland, will open the campaign of the evangeliza tion in Cooper Union. MURDERED BY HER ASSAILANTS A Tonne; Girl Pat Out of the Way by 19 .Men Whom She Had Exposed. Newport, Ark., Sept. 29. The body of a girl was recovered from the river near Jacksonport, about two weeks ago, and her identity until yesterday was a mystery. Since then officers have been investigating, and yester day it was learned that she came from Formora, Van Buren county, and just before election day she had 19 men ar rested for assault. When the case came np her testimony was so horrible that the officers doubted her statements and discharged the prisoners. Since the finding of the body evidence has been unearthed which reveals the truth of her statements, and shows that she was maltreated and afterward mur dered by some of the men whose ar rest she had caused. IOWA FORGER CAUGHT. A Man Who Fraudulently Secured SI 4,000 Captured at Wheeling;, W. Va. Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 29. R. N. Covin, of Dubuque, la., wanted at that place for forgery committed last Feb ruary by which he secured $14,000, was arrested at Wheeling, V. Va. He agreed to g-o home without the for mality of requisition papers, and is now on his way nnder charge of de tectives. Covin was employed by a large manufacturer and is charged with forging his employer's name to a check for $14,000, ostensibly to pay the workmen, but which he appropriated and fled. He was traced to this city, and finally located and arrested in Wheeling. He said 811,000 was still in his possession. Telegraph. Operators on a Strike. Mostbeai, Can., Sept. 29. A strike of the telegraph operators and train dispatchers on the Canadian Pacific railroad was ordered last night. As sistant Grand Chief Pierson, of Rail way Telegraphers, is here looking after this end of the strike. He states that over 800 train dispatchers and operators have stopped work on the Canadian Pacific railroad, as a result of the strike order, which went into effect last night. Merit System on the Rock Island. Kansas Citt, Ma, Sept. 29. The Rock Island system will put in effect October 1 the merit system of dealing with its employes. Every man's record for good or bad will be kept, and he can hold his position solely npon his services. Suspensionfor minor offenses will be abolished and a book of merits and demerits will be kept and that record will denote the fitness of the employes. The rule against drinking will be rigidly enforced. A Bis; Deed of Trust. St. Louis, Sept. 29. The St. Louis & San Francisco Railway Co. has filed for record a deed of trust to secure the payment of bonds to the amount of $50,000, 00a The bonds carry interest at four per cent, and payable, principal and interest, in gold coin of the United States of or equal to the present stand ard in weight and fineness. Wanamaker Bnys Hilton's Store. New York, Sept. 29. Upon author ity of ex-Judge Horace Russell, son-in-law of Judge Henry Hilton, the state ment is made that John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia, has purchased the lease and stock of Hilton, Hughes A Co. (originally A. T. Stewart & Co.), which firm recently closed its doors. The price paid is said to be 52,000,000. Will Use Corn for FseL Mason Citt, la., Sept. 29. The Buf falo Center, Winnebago county, school board has passed a resolution to use corn for fuel this winter. Ten cents per bushel corn they consider cheaper than coaL To them it means a" reduc tion of half their fuel bill, providing corn does not advance in price. An Oklahoma Oil Strike. Guthrie, Ok.. Sept. 29. A strong flow of crude oil has been struck near Cleveland, Pawnee county, at a depth of 65 feet, and there is much excite ment. The agents of the Standard Oil Co. are already in the field leasing large tracts of land. Both. Lees Cut OfT. Wabash, Ind., Sept. 29. Jacob Dyes, SI years old, whose home is at Arcadia, was fatally injured at Hibbard . while trying to board a freight train on the Michigan division of the Vandalia. He was thrown under the wheel and had both legs cut off. GAMBLING WOMEN. Society ' Ladies Arrested While Placing- Bets In a Pool Boom. -" A PRISOS GATE HOME 15 CHICAGO. The Salvation Army Will Establish a Rf-ug-e for Iisehar;ed Convicts and Food ' and Shelter Houses for the Unemployed. Chicago, Sept 30. A woman's pool room has been discovered and raided by the police. Seventeen women, all said to be members of south side so ciety, and attired in silk clothing and wearing diamonds, were arrested, to gether with a colored boy and an in spector for . a telegraph company. When the police broke into the pool room in the building at 351 Thirty Third street, the occupants were bus ily engaged in examining the entry cards at Oakley, Windsor, St. Louis and the Ideal park races, and in plac ing bets. With the appearance of the police the room became a scene of pandemonium. Some of the women fainted. Others screamed and tied handkerchiefs over their facts. In five minutes the police had collected cards, dropped by the occupants, containing the entries at four race tracks, to gether with tickets for bets placed on the horses. The ticker was then torn from the desk and a telephone from the wall. The telephone, it was discovered, had no connection, except with another in the basement. The patrol wagons were called, and all the occupants were taken to the Station avenue police station, when an attor ney, who was-sent for, provided bail for the prisoners. A PRISON GATE HOME IN CHICAGO. Chicago, 111., Sept. 30. "A Prison Gate Home," for ex-convicts, will be opened by the Salvation army at 184 North Clark street to-morrow evening. Commander Booth-Tucker wHl be present and work will also be begun on food and shelter houses for the un employed. Chicago will be the first city in the United States to have a re fuge for discharged prisoners under Salvation army auspices, though a similar institution is soon to be opened in New York. The army now 1 has prison gate homes in successful opera tion in England, Australia and South Africa. It is intended that the home, after it is once fairly started, shall be entirely self-supporting. Commodious quarters have been secured in the building which has been occupied by the men's training garrison. The latter will be located at some point in the heart of the city, not yet decided upon. The Salvation army is working in conjunction with the civic federa tion bureau of charities, of which Dr. Ayres is in charge. STILL THE GOLD COMES. That Already in Sicht Will Kalse the Re serve to 8135,000,000. Washington, Sept. SO. The director of the mint has received a telegram from the San Francisco mint stating that about 84,000,000 in gold was ex pected to arrive there from Australia a week from next Friday. Information also comes from London that the Bank of England expects to lose $5,000,000 to the United States before the end of the week. Both of these shipments are expected ultimately to reach the treasury, which, together with the amount already in sight, would bring the gold reserve approximately to $133, 000, (KHX OUT ON A STRIKE. Operators on the Canadian Pacific Quit Work Entire System Affected. Montreal, Can., Sept. 30. Trouble has broken out between the operators and managers of the Canadian Pacific railway and as a result that system is pretty nearly tied up from Montreal to Vancouver, nothing but mail trains running with any regularity and traffic at many points being entirely suspend ed. The . management claims it was taken by surprise and was not informed of the purpose at all and has given a formal notice to each striker that he has violated his contract, which re quires a notice, and that they propose to hold each one responsible. MOVES TO INDIANA. Missouri Military Academy Will Locate There Temporarily. Mexico, Mo., Sept. 3a A. F. Fleet, who was owner of the Missouri mili tary academy in this city, that was burned last Thursday morning, will reopen his school at Culver City, Ind., next week, having leased the Culver military academy at that place from H. H. Culver, of the Wrought Iron Range Co. , of St. Louis. This move is temporary, as an effort is being made by the people of this city to have CoL Fleet remain here and rebuild the building. FORCED CURRENCY FAILS. Geo. Weylers Attempts to Uphold Cuban Bank Notes Fruitless. London, Sept. 3a The Times has a letter from its Havana correspondent describing the forced currency issued in Cuba, in the course of which he says: "Both the customs house and the Span ish bank itself refuse to accept the bank notes. It is, therefore, ridiculous to hope that Capt-Gen. Weyler's de cree will maintain them at par." The correspondent predicts that within a few months the bank notes will be at 50 per cent, discount. Death of m Chinese Xeper. Montreal, Que., Sept. 3tt Leprosy in its worst form exists in Montreal. Lee Tung, a Chinaman, who died of a mysterions illness, has been fonnd to have been a victim of it. An inspec tion of all Chinese boarding and lodg ing houses and stores has been or- dered. Venesuelan Dispute Settled. London, Sept. 3a The Chronicle nukes the following announcement: 'We have reason to believe that a sat isfactory settlement has been arrived jit of th Venezuelan question and that an arbitrftti jn treaty is imminent. Peace on Earth. This is once more enjoyed by the rheumatic wise enough to counteract their progressive malady with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. No testimony is stronger than that which indicates it as a source of relief In this com plaint. It is also eminently effective as a treatment for kidney trouble, dyspepsia, de bility, liver complaint and constipation. Use it with persistence for the above. "You will be married at high noon, I suppose'' said Tenspot to his free silver friend. "I shall be married at 16 minutes to 1," replied the white metal man. De troit Free Press. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c "Mt boy, it Js nigh time a check was placed on your performances." "Thank you, father. Please make it payable on sight" THE GENERAL MARKET. - Kansas Citt, Ma, Sept. Ml CATTLE Best beeves t 3 25 4 33 Stackers S 15 QSii Native cows S 25 4 2 CO HOGS Choice to heavy 2 85 S ns WHEAT No. 2 red B tt M No. 2 hard. 62 & 82 V4 COTEN No. 2 mixed. 1914 a ' 19 ii OATS No. 2 mixed . 15 & 17 RYE No. 2 SSK3 27 FLOUR Patent, per sack 1 40 & 1 60 Fancy. IK 68 1 50 HAY Choice timothy 7 SO 8 00 Fancy prairie 4 M s 00 BRAN (Sacked! 29 &. 30 BUTTER Choice creamery 12 13 CHEESE Full cream 9V4 12 EGGS-Jhoice , 11 & 11 POTATOES 20 ST. LOUIS. CATTLE Native and shipping 3 40 4 60 Texans 2 50 3 40 HOGS Heavy 3 00 3 30 SHEEP Fair to choice 2 00 3 ft) FLX3UR Choice 3 20 3 40 WHEAT No. 2 red OS 66J CORN No. 2 mixed 18!& 20 OATS No. 2 mixed 18 16!4 RYE No. 2 29V4 30 BUTTER Creamery 16 LARD-Wei'rn mess 3 62 a 3 70 PORK -. 00 6 50 CHICAGO. CATTLE Common to prime. . . 3 23 ift 5 00 HOGS Packing and shipping. 2 60 3 50 SHEEP Fair to choice 1 75 2 90 FLOUR Winter wheat.... 3 20 3 40 WHEAT No. 2 red 66 665 CORN No. 2 219 21 OATS No. 2 16 163, RYE 28 30 BUTTER Creamery 9 15 L.ARD - 3 7d 3 75 PORK - 5 95 05 NEW YORK. CATTLE Native Steers 4 60 4 85 HOGS Good to Choice 3 60 4 25 FLOUR Good to Choice.. r... 3 70 4 01 WHEAT No. 2 red .' 67K9 63 CORN No 2 27)43 2734 OATS No. 2 20 21 BUTTER Creamery 11 13 PORK Mess 7 T 8 : Prof. Babcock, s?no"n "I find tnat Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa is absolutely pure. It contains no trace of any substance foreign to tne pure roasted cocoa-bean. -The color is that of pure cocoa; the flavor is natural, and not artificial; and the product is in every particular such as must have been produced from the pure cocoa-bean without the addition of any cliemical, alkali, acid, or artificial flavoring; sub- stance, v men are to De the so-called 'Dutch process.' 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If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If. afflicted with any actual disease, ones may be commended to the most skillfuj physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup ot Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general sati sf action. aeieciea in cu&uas prepares uy & Co Ltd., Dorctester, Mass. 13 1,000 SALESMEN WANTED ibpike snjitaEjnr co.. st. tuu, mc A. N. K D. 1824 IV HEM -WTRXTlare TO a i vf.rtisfk tle.e atnlc (kst yM saw tk sinrlfw scat la UIi Hfcr.