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STATE JOURXAT;, WEDNESDAY EVENIXG, XOVEMBER 14. 1804.
FURNITURE. iriiroMPsoN nRoa 625 G 17-019 QSESS5 Y7 E T-IE3IKE E UesIRE To say that we aif k the quality and. ertistio merit of our goud, ratner than a cheap pric, the chief attrac tion to our' stores. Those who are accustomed to dial with us know how well and advantageously we serve them. To t tict-e who have not yet made our acquaintance, we would but gay, if you wish to obtain the best possible valua and the absolute ly correct furnl.ure, eximina our goods before you nuke a purchase. The certainty that the prices are right and the furniture likewise is one, if not the greatest secret of this store's success. CHAM B EH fL'ITa HAMBEK kJLlTS. For a short timi only and for the purpose of quie tly disposing of a line, the aeuey of whicn we shall hereafter discontinue, we will oiler eome big" ra;mey-aving values on chamber suits that are large, solid, massive and im potin g-looking af fairi. The worth and popularity of these suits is attested by the fact that we sold from two to three car! loadj of them every year; worthies goods don't sell In such quantities, hence when we say this sale do-' serves your attsntion we simply quote moaey-saviag facta, And here re a few of theia. At S3-A larrre dreiierwith 11 liU French Ilirror, double top to 4rrar, bttt marlj fear feet by two feet deep, ""h bonnet ciif, t we ama.Il and t wo Uri arawers, Iiaudnoxueljr carved, hul piece to drrnif r mail to bgrtileaii. Sf ad (lead la full fjir fret six laches wide by li fuet Toar lneh long. Till, salt sola readily at S43. At H A it Am extra strains', extra larjge and. extra 11 n i 1 y earved bed room suit with a bis bonnet ease, the door of which Is pleaalasly earved, tlis apace betwo wlilfh and the two lotrer amall drawers eaa b " nicely taol for a decora tive display of tolletarcMiarUa. TSii suit Is In in antiqae oak finish, has a blf Frtncii plate mirror and lnt of drawer room. Our price has bean low on It at At salt well wwth any m u' money, even at JJ. A biff, roomy bad. an lx-lr3 mirror, a drriaer with ample drawer room and width. 1 1 1 3- earvisz oa Ilea l!ij:ird of i.rener and bed KteHd. Our price ha been S3 i. Other snits at 1 4, S15 aal SIS. t ffON'BIXATIOrf flASR. Ii UoilBiNATlON lASE. J W J- 1 i , 1 ; i i i t r 1 .CJV-i k-S a -lJ i Conslita la the union of a book case, writing desk, closet or a number of drawer in one very or namental and useful piece cf neo eary furniture. It is digaed to take the placa of the old-fashioned tacratary. It combines so many ad vantages, ia so useful that people are cow buying them quite freely. We have reinforced our pceeent stock with a lot of newly arrived ones, the pick of the market. The prices rua fl-i, $15, $18, t;2 ), $23, up to $50 each. fr many and so large a stock partly explain car growing galea. lANCY Tf OCR FTC 3 AJSCY .UOCKEKS ', . , 4 ... . - t s T7p stara and dwn stairs, !n boh stores, almost an ermy of them, new, frosh, tripht wi.h the magnetic at tractions the talanted designers have impressed on thsni make this fall'a rociiers almost irresistible to those wUhinr novel and pleasiasj forma and ihapm in ths new thinifg ia rockers. We have rocker by the huudrels to choose from. Oak, ma-, pie, ci a ho,; a ay, birch and a hast of wicker rockers contribute to diver sify an extraordinary procession of very interesting rockers. Our store Id a big depot of supply. nnoirrsox noa iiioiirioN LHo a. 62 J TJATflAS AVE. C2 5 iiAvdAd iivii ei7-19 ST. br. COOK'S m DID II Another Train Eobbery Occurs in the Territory. 31. Iv. & T. Held Tp hy Fifteen Men Xear Jruskoiree. SWITCH WAS TIIHOWX. Passengers IJohhl but Express Car ConLln't be Opened. Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. It. Train No. 2, south-bound, on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas roi 1 was held up and robbed at 10 o'clock last niht at a little sidiny named Blackitooa. live miles north of Misko;e. There were fifteen men in the ganj, all un masked. The s .vitch was thrown and the train rua on' to a track on which there were several bax-cars. An attempt was made to enter the express car, but it was unsuccessful. The robbers finding themselves foiled in this, commenced robbing the pas-eeug-ers, who up to this time had been merely kept under g-uard by men sta tioned at either door of each coach. About S-60 in money and eia t g-old watches were secured. The robbers then withdrew. One of the train crew claims to have recognized Bill Cook as one of tho bandits. The fact that more raont;y was not secured lay in the fact, tna, t while the robbers were en ieavorinif to gret into'the express car the passen gers disposed of much of their valua bles. The scene of the hold-up is in the midst of the Cook rendezvous, all that country lying1 between the Ar kansas and Verdig-ris rivers being- par ticularly suited to the purpose of lawless bands. Almost the entire force of Marshal Crump is now up in that country and can g-o to the scene of the raid in a few hours if so or dered, lie is as yet ignorant of the affair, however, the news not haviny reached here till 1 o'clock. KESDEZVorS OV Ot'TLAITS. Governor FishbJack of Arkansas o;i the Indian Territory. Little Rock. Ark., Nov. 14. Gov ernor Fishback has strong views on the Indian question, as it relates to the Indian territoi y in its proximity to Arkansas. When the legislature of that state meets in Jauu try, he will make certain recommen lations which are embodied in the following statement made by him: "If this territory is not a part of our national domain, but a foreign nation, our national government is guilty of inexcusable usurpation ia asserting" jurisdiction and establish ing" courts over it. If it is a part of our national domain it is suojeet to national jurisdiction; that its exist ing" condition, beneficial to neither Indian nor white man, bat demoraliz ing" to both, should be permitted to continue for a single month is un pardonable as well as disgraceful. "It cannot, therefore, but be a mat ter of regret, if not of alarm, to all right thinking citizens of tlv; statu of Arkansas that our national gov ernment not only still permits the existing condition of this terr.tory to remain, but that an effort is bein made to fortify against tti oil mge so urgently demanded by national tlutv by establishing a larger -r.uui her of competent orlicials whose interests and zeal will combine to cor.tinue a state of things which benelits nobody but themselves and their proteges, and which, if the territory and the state of Arkansas were bot i in U p -ndent nations, would jo-tify the latter in a declaration of war." UEADQU.lKltliS FOii OUTLAWS. Desperadoes Keodezvom in the 1 -1 u e Hills of Oiborae County, Kan. Salisa, bkian. , Nov. 14. A man ar rested at Leavenworth two weeks ago for carrying concealed weapons has eriven valuable information as to the history and whereabouts of the gang of robbers operating throughout the state. It is supposed he was a a member of the band that raided ti;e bank at Tascott, fifteen miles north west of here, ia September, securing about 81, 000. Detectives employed by the express companies an i banks have discovered that the pang num bers thirty desperate men. They have headquarters in the Blue hiils ot Osborne county, a thinly settled and rough country. From there they operate along" tho line down into the territory. Results of the Vionett Itoblicry. St. Louis, Mo,, Nov. 14. Accord in g to reports to Superinten Sent Simpson of the Wells-Fargo express company, the sum total of th" booty obtained by the robbers, who lull up the t. Louis, and San Francisco train near Monett, Mo., was 5 .' I . from the local safe. The pursuit of the ruuiiers ha not yet developed any immediate probability of their capture. The messenger, A. M. Chapman, is ths brother of the messenger who was kill d in the defense of his car in Kansas a year or two afro. lie w is himself also held up at Be l Fork. I. T.. last dune, but by quick work hid all the motiev he hud and saved it. Absconder itray Hi ?-t. Loji. Emporia. Kan., Nov. 11. W. II Bray, the defeated Populist candi date for clerk of the district court, who was treasurer of the Old Fel lows' lodge here and on Wednesday last abscond .'d and who it was thought had suicided, has been heard from. A telegram dated St. Louis was received yesterday morning stat ing" that he would write to Ids wife soon. Xqdi Avoid Notoriety. PlTTsBfEQ, Pa., Nov. 14. The nuns employed as teachers in the BiversiJe public schools, of this city, unil who resigned temporarily pending the de cision in the Oalli t.-iu case, will r ot resume their positions, being averse to the notoriety obtained. Peerless Steam teaoi Laua-Jry. Laundry Periej ALEXANDER III AT I1EST. Impressive Ccrtaon !s Over the Ite rualns cf .Russia's Last Czar. St. Petkbsbueo, Nov. 14. Tha funeral train, with the body of the late czar on board, arrived at the Nicholas station last night and was shunted upon a side track until this morning, in order to enable the im perial family and their relatives to finish their nig-ht's rest. As soon as all the preparations for the funeral was completed, shortly after 10 a. tn., the imperial train re-entered the railroad station, the body was transferred to the hearse in waiting and was conveyed to the cathedral through the densely crowded streets, guarded by thousands of troops. Every foot of ground along the route was occupied with spectators. The greatest masses of people were gathered in front of the Kasan, St. Isaac's and other churches, in front of which, previous to the starting" of the procession, the clergy stood in their fctate robes. Three salutes of artil lery announced the arrival of the pro cession at exactly 11 o'clock. The thirteenth and most important section of the procession, and the one for which everybody was waiting with eager expectancy, was headed by the choirs of the cathedral of St. Isaac and of the convent of St. Alex ander Nowski. Following the choirs were the clergy, bearing" lighted candles, and behind them came the czar's confessor. Father Yaniehi ell, holding- the image of St. Alexander Nowski, the patron saint of the dead monarch. Behind the image of the saint came the hearse drawn by eight horses. The tassels of the hearse were held by sixteen generals in full mourning" uniform. Sixty pages carrying lighted torches walked on either side of the hearse. Many of the spectators wept as the colliu of the czar passed them. The draped gas lamps along the route shed a sickl3T light, which, combined with the mist in which the fcity was enveloped, enhanced the depressing" character of the spectacle. IVES DEFEATS SCHAEFER. lie Ooes Some Phenomenal I -y ... u. .Makes liigr Ituu. New York, Nov. 14. The second n ights' billiard tourney between Jacob Sciiaefer and Frank C. Ives at tiie Madison Square concert hall drew a good crowd. Ives did phenomenal playing and fairly ran away from the champion. Ives' average for the night was 57 5-11, which heats the previous record of 3J';,, held by both Ives and Sch nefer. Score bv innings: Ives u lb I o Schaefer 30 1 0.) It) o 6 -6; ?2 1.1 172.53 Total score Ives, 1. Mil- Scliaeier, 8J3. . . . l:ailrol Otiice Kaidert. Sf.dat.ia, Mo., Nov. 14. The Mis souri, Kansas and Texas ticket ofiice at Uearaan w:s broken into last night. The ticket case was carried about half a mile south and broken open, but no tickets were taken. The thieves then went to Clifton City, five miles north of Beaman, and the 'Katy" ticket ofiice there was also burglarized. About St'O worth of clothing and property was taken. The ticket case containing about 300 tickets was carried a short distance and broken open, and the tickets burned. J"o I-"jprel ltuslness In the Territory. Mlskogek, Ind. Ter., Nov. 14. The agent of the United States express company here, as well as every agent in the territory, has received aa order from the general superintendent, dis continuing xtntil further notice the sale of money orders and the ship ment of money to any point. No money will be taken in tnis territory so long as it is controlled and over run with law-less gangs. The exist ence of this deplorable condition of ari'airs is yiven as the reason for such action. luel With .11 and Winchester. Perky, Ok., Nov. 14. Marion S. (iardn T shot A. It. Youree. postmas ter at Sumner, seven miles east of here on Mule creek last evening. Gardner and Youree were claimants for the same quarter section of land Gardner attempted to move a house on the tract of land. Youree at tacked Ga.-dner with an axe. Gard ner went for his Winchester and Youree left for his home, when Gard ner shot him through the body from wlrt'h he is dying. Both men are veil known. After t,rave 1 oliiieri. St. .Ioskpu, Mo., Nov. 14. The grand jury now in session here is engaged in the investigation of what is c. aimed will prove that a wholesale system of grave-robbing has been go ing on here for some time. Evidence brought before the grand jury dis closes tha bodies of all classes have been stolen from the vari us ceme teries and shipped out of the city, and it is claimed that some of them have found their way to dissecting" tables in this city. Jim (oak's Trial lie-in. TAHLEguAii, I. T., Nov. 14. The trial of J im Cook, brother of the note i leader of outlaws, Bill Cook, for the murder of Sequoyah Houston, came up in the district court yesterday. The case will prooably occupy several davs. It is believed by many that Cook will be acquitted. If he should be. however. United States authori ties are ready to make a charge of robbery. I audited While She Suicided. Norwich, Conn., Nov. 14. Mary Leitson, aged 25, of Philadelphia, while dining with a party of friends here, in response to a toast laugh mgly drank a glass of carbolic acid with suicidal intent and died soon afterward. Grief at the death of her husband led to the act. One 5ro Kills Another. Pat-:is, Mo.. Nov. 14. Frank Woods anil Fred Thomas, two negro men. got into a row on Crooked creek, ten miles north of this place, last n'ght, when Woods shot Th .mas the latter dying in a few hours. Woods is nsic in jail here. DEEPER JjlTO DEBT Carlisle Issues a Call for Fifty Millions More Bonds. They Are to Eun Ten Years at Five Ter Cent. A PREMIUM EXPECTED. Will Bring; More Thau Former Issue it is Thought. TYAsrrrNGTOX, Nov. 14. Secretary Carlisle, late yesterday afternoou, is sued his call for bids for 30,000,000 5 per cent ten year bonds, interest to be paid in coin, which is interpreted to mean g"old. The only material changes made in the prese nt cali f rom that issued Januury 14 last are the omission of the upet or minimum price, which would be accepted, and the notice that the proposals for the present issue must be sealed. it is confidently expected at the treasury department that an amount will be realized considerably in excess of that received on the February issue. This expectation ia based on the fact that there are exceptionally large amounts of money now lying" idle and seeking" investment in the money centers of the country, and upon the further fact that the February issue is now quoted at 113.50, or about t! per cent above the price which it would yield at 3 per cent. From the last issue there was realized S 5S, C60, 'J 17. 03, and of this amount $53,S50,-'0 -1. 2 4 was in g-old coin, $5,610,420 in gold c r ti Il ea. Les and i'33.3y in other money which tha sub-treasuries were com pelled -o take in making- change. While these amounts were actually paid into the treasury in gold or its equivalent, a very considerable amount of gold was withdrawn from the sub-treaauries for the express purpose of u iug it again in paying for the bonds. The exact amount thus withdrawn cannot be ascer tained, but the. best knowledge ob tainable is that it approximated $15 -000.0 )0. With a view of a more exact estimate of the amounts which may be withdrawn between now and the settlement of all accounts uuder the call, the sub-treasuries will from this date keep a record of all deposits of legal tenders made in exchange for gold and the names of the lirms or persons making them. The following is the secretary's cir cular calling" for bids; "Trn isurv Department. "Wasbitiifton. Nov in, :4. "Bv virtue of tho -iut hori ty c m t i ne I in I ho act tf coi::rts erttitlsd. 'Aa Act to Provide tor tti-3 Ke-sutnptioa of Specie P.iv mtin,' ap-j,:-sved January 1, 1-71, th ; seci-ctary of tiiu trea-iury hereby elves public uoiija thit asiaie-U proposal -will be receuoJ ut th ) treas- ury department, ollloe of the secretary, until K' o'clock noon, on the i!4th day of Soveinoirr, lor Un ted Stales 5 per cent bonds ia , either re .istnred or coupon form 3a;J Fol-ruii.-v I. 1j4. reJcemniiie in com at the pleas ure of the ovjrnm-nt, a. ter t;n years from the flute of their issue-, a id bearin : interest pivool') quarterly, ia coin, at thu mte of c per tent l-t-r annum ' li .Jder-- whose proposals are accepted will t required to pjiy .0 per cent iu aroi-l coin, or --ld certificates, upon trie imouutt cf their "jiils as soon us thev receive notice of tli- acceptance of iuch bids, and to pv in like coin or certiorates an auJiUon.U -0 per cent ut 1 he ex piration of each ten U.ks thereof, until the whole is ptita but i hey muy. at their ovit.vu. par th-s entire amount ol their bids when Qjhilel of a.ce;itane, or at any lima when un installment i- pvable The first payment, however on les th :u 29 per cent, must De made when the bidder leceives no tices i.f the acceptance of his uropos il 'the denomination .f the bouji w 11 be f50 anJ upwar.w. and bidder! wi;l in their pro jioal. state the denomin :t ona ue-lreJ, whether re istcreil or cojpon, the price which the bi lJer propoe s to pay. the y ac e wh-.'ro it is dsiirei the )on;l hi.l he deliercd rniii the r.n -e, whether thatof the treasurer f tua Vnitsi Mates or an a sist ant t rcasurer. where it will he m Jst convenient jr tho bidder to ue josi" the amounts of ui payin - ii-i. T'fce (k mil wi-.l be d.'.tel February 1 101, in orJsr to uiA.;e the p opoea iue unit -rm a"s to date wilh the eviit n c issues but inter est thcr.in will bo,'tn isovjaiuer 1, 1 4, mi l bUiUe a wiil b-i r?quir--d to puy accrur-1 iitrr e -1 at the rata of per cent t n tins fuee vaiue of their bond from ivemter 1 to the d ite or dates of payment The tota, iss,io of i on.li tn pursuan e of this notice, will nut exceed tha sum -f S ' a .o )- The secretary hereby eTnrejsly reserves the ri ht to lejccl any or all b ds "All proposal sho jid be addressed to the seevetarv of the tre lsurv. VV'Sii n;to:i L C, and sno.ildi t distinctly m irk- 1 Propu.-sals fur the purch .-e of percent bonds ' '"f? an ic form lor proposals may 1 e ha l on application to the sec re tar of ihc treasury. J ( i C RMSLli "Secretary if the Treasury THE DAWES COMMISSION. Will ltpcomrapnd a 1'errltor-sl tovern ment for the Five Civilized Tribe. Ar.DMORE. I. T., Nov. 14. The Dawes commission, which has been in the Indian Territory for several months negotiating- with Indians and gett ne data to lay before congress with a view of opjniri- up the coun try to white bettlein - nt, has com pleted ts labors and took their de parture for tho East Sunday. The report of the commission, which will be submitted to the secretary of the iuterior not later than the 21st iust., will recommend a territorial form of g-o fern men t f or the civilized tribes, cutting off about four-fifths of the Chickasaw nation and the Iviovva unl Comanche country to be annexed ti the stnte of Oklahoma. The west line of the Seminole nation will ex tend south to Red river and form the boundary between Oklahoma and the In lian Territory. This will make Oklahoma safely Democratic. It is fj-enerally believed that some action will be t '.ken in regard to the exist ing condition in the Indian Territory by the next congress. Jtnlje Thnrmau 81 Years OKI. CoiXMBt'8, Ohio, Nov. Juiige Allen O. Thurtnaa celebrated his Sl-t birthday yesterday and last night the Thurman club called upon him in a body at his home. The judge is a sufferer from rheumatism ami re ceived his guest reclining in bis easy chair. Badit 1-".looted la California. San Fkascisco, Nov. 14. The latest returns give Badd, Democrat, fo.r governor, 1.0T3 plurality. Precincts still to be heard from will not change this materially either way. Window Gi ut iiolme-'a Drag Stora ANOTHER TIEW. Critioisi of th Report of the Strike C am sniss i o a e r. Chicago, Nov. 14. The Railway Age in its next issue will contain a reply to the report of the United States strike commissioners, ad dressed to those gentlemen. It says in part: "The errors in the report ranare all the way from the inaccurate quo tations of comparatively trivial tig ures to false g-eneralizations. There are many minor points in your re port in which criticism and correction would be easy; as the remarkable economic calculation by which tha commission calculates the loss in curred by hard times between em ployer and employes; as in the casual estimate of the 850,000 and over rail road employes in the United States who might belong to one organiza tion, and iu other nassaires. It would be equally easy to pillory the cheap levity with which the commis sion treats the educational institu tions and the esthetic and sanitary features of Pullman, Hut these things errors of taste, or falacies in theory will be apparent enough to the general readers. The curious ac cident that the misstatements of fact are all on the same side all tending to throw discredit upon the corpora tions and to increase the bitterness of the laboring classes against capi tal is an accident from which one would prefer to draw no inference. "One conclusion only may be drawn, which is that no "matter on what side the errors are made, the mere existence of such errors, though many and of such enormity, alone suffices to make the report entirely worthless and discreditable as a pub lic document; discreditable alike to" the commissioners themselves and to the country." NICHOLAS FEARS NIHILISM Stringent Orders Issued Looking to II is Personal Safety. Sr. Pktkrsblt.g, Nov. 14. There is evid, nee to prove that the accession of Nicholas has not removed the anx iety caused by the nihilists.au anxiety which undoubtedly shortened the life of Alexander. Under a police order yesterday nobody was allowed on either the balconies or roofs of tho houses, though here and there a few daring or privileged people were seen in such positions. They ran the risk of being arrested and fined fifteen roubles, the penalty for infractions of the order. Further, all windows and doors were ordered closed by the police and householders were held responsible for the good behavior pt visitors during the passage of the pro cession. The event has shown that these precautions might have safely been dispensed with. An imposing line of troops who kept the route were not needed for anything but a decorative purpose, or as a symbol of Kussia's imperial pomp and power. MRS. V AITEDISGLSTEI. She Siys the Colorado Women Voters Acted I'erfeetly Scandalous. Dfxver, Col., Nov. 14. In an inter view, Mrs. Waite, wife of the gov ernor, who was one of the foremost women in advocating equal suffrage before the legislature, said she is dis gusted with the result of the en franchisement of women. "The conduct of the women of Cap itol hill both before and after the election," she said, "has been per fectly scandalous. They have simply gone and cut the throat of the party that p-ave them the right to vote and have disgraced their womanhood. The governor opposes the enfranchise ment of women as much as I do now. I don't think he is absolutely against giving them the right to rote in other btates, but he thinks they should re ceive some education in citizenship before they get the full privilege of American citizenship." A MYSTERY CLEARED T P. The I'nknovrn Murdered Man Found Near Fort Scott Is Identified. Ft. Scott, Ktia., Nov. 14. Monroe Swofford, a young dental student at Kansas City. Kan., whose home is at I'aola, Kan., came to this city yester day afternoon and unmistakably identified the clothing of the young man who was found murdered and hid in the weeds near this city three weeks ago, as that worn by his broth er, Frank Swofford. lie later posi tively Identified the body of the dead man as that of his brother. The murdered man was 22 years old, and was a cousin of Swofford Ih others, the wholesale dry goods merchants of Kansas City. He lived at I'aola, Kan., and his mother and another brother lived at Piedmont, M i., south of St. Louis, on the Iron Mountain road. There is no clue to the motive for the murder or the identity of the murderers. THE MISSOURI ELECTION. Senator Coekrell S'ays th State Will Not Kennaln Republican. Washington. Nov. 11. Senator Coekrell, chairman of tha committee on appropriations, was at the capitol for a few hours yesterday, having just returned from his home in Mis souri. He declined to discuss the re sult of the late election further than to say that he attributed the falling ofT in the Democratic vote to general apathy. He says that in his own county the Democratic vote was 500 less than in previous elections. and he had no doubt a sim'lar condition of all'airs had prevailed throughout the country. lie does not think the Re publicans will lon maintain their ascendency in Missouri and other heretofore Democrat c states. Senator Coekrell does not look for much general lesrislation beyond the passage of the appropriation bills at the approaching short session of con cress. Dr. McCoih Uanjer ouslv III. Princeton, N. J., Nov. 14. Dr. James McCosh, ex-presideat of tha Princeton university, has been con fined to isis bed for some days. His family physician stated last night that while Dr. McCosh is in no immi nent danger, he is o-rowing weaker week bv week, and the physician feared would never thoroughly re cover. Dr. McCosh is now b3 years old- ! 1 ( -J J p-O v-v sjf4 BEST FOR. 5M1KT5. THE PWOCTEH a OAMSLI CO, CINTI. GRANDSON OF (JE0RUE IV. He Lives at Portland, Oreyon, and lias TJoeuments to Prove It. Portland, Nov. 14 JnmesL. On!, lineman of the W. U. T. Co., here h( letters and documents proving that he a great grandaou of George IV, king of England. George IV, as prince of Wales, nmrrie J the beautiful and fascinating" widow, Mr. Maria Ann Fiizherbert, 'lh ioi; of that union could not ascend tha throne, because big mother nud fs'her were married according to the Cat b,, he rite, and the tnothor was a devout mem ber of the Catholic church. Uu ier theso circumstances the sou of this union was a menace to the future king't peace of mind. The upshot was that the boh was brought to America, where be di.- 1 nt Omaha, at the age of 05 yearn. He had seven children, one of whom, the yemn r est male living is John S. Ord, of bua Cruz, Cal., and whose snnoud m is James L. Ord, of Portland, Oregon. The flight of the 8ju to America i historical. The documents proving h,i legitimacy are locked up in Con it's bank, London, where they wem deposited in 1793 by the Duke of W ii;n,:t i Proceedings are now being taken to compel the bank to open the papers to inspection. Young Ord'a grandfather, on re.K hii. -America, served in the United Htats army during the war of 112 and was denounced by England ns a traitor. A sister of the young man ia the wifa of ." W. llolliday, a ban Francisco attorney. James L. Ord, who now resides in Port land, is 24 years of age. A ItcmarUabl Ac hievemeut In Ilnil road IYk r m Was the running of the Exposition !i.vr, the famous twenty hour train Iftncni Chicago and New York, via the L..ii. Shore route, in service during- th S'oi id -fair. A handioine litho-water-color of this train may be secured by sending ten cents iu silver to C. K. Wilbur, West urn Passenger Agent, Chicago. Is Yoarllskr Dry ami Itrittle. I ail ing; Out or Turning; ray 1 These are only indications that the f J licies or roots of the hair are getting weakened or diseased. I'-'ggV Hair Ketiewar will strengthen and invigorate the follicies and the hair will re:;..a in natural color and become soft, glossy and healthy, bold by W. ii. Kenuady. "floridaT- Through Sleeping: tar Kansas City to Jackuuvill. Commencing Hundav, November 1 lSj-l, the Memphis route, Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis U. K, will innu urate a through sleepin u cttr line, Kan sas City to Jacksonville, via Memphis, Birmingham, A'lanta and Macon, arriv ing at Jacksonville at 9:45 a. ni., making cloe connection there for all points in South Florida. The cars in this li i -will be strictly firfit clans iu all th-ir ap pointments and will run every dr i'i the week, leaving Kansas City at ly;:i J a. m. Forrates'and full information a J lrei J. L. Lot K WOOD. is. V. A., Kansas) City, Mo. The State Journal's Want anil Mis cellaneous columns reach each wurkiu; day in the week more than twits as many Topeka people as can b re ache 1 hrough any otuer paptr. This is a faj;. For instance, Mrs. Chai Roareri, of i! t City, Mich., accidently ipillei scall.h: water over her little boy. She promptly applied Do Witt's Witch llazed Salve, givi'ig instant relief. It's a won ierftiK gorisislvefor burnoa, bruise4, sonu, aul t are cure for Pi)j. J. 1C Jones. Prescott & Co. have removed to No. 113 WeBt Eighth street. Call "up Phone 153 and have our wagon call for your bundle. Topeka Stkam La unci it v. Spectacles and eyeglasses, 25 cent. " " 50 fc f 1 0i) C'has. Bennett's Optical store, 713 Kansas avenue. Topeka Vacuum Cur b JEatabllalsesl laA, VnexiTim, LlaJ.icj.al cm! Ixirtrloa.! Troit: ""1 S - XnTCua sikI rkrsnis aiiauti sue, i lisnasrs f wtsies. vacuum specialties: Parslysis, svat 14 ex ramin d i til at mruJcni bit fulled to eure. W. a FRANCES, :Jan'-'r. 81 tU Aea t. f r". r f a . . i M.iVff3 Crri - ia nm jmA ici.jBi.i. 1 bus appn.'iiucn 1 r ' 1 -Jf - - c ' Ar t a.. .t IV Trial lrt,(iutrnr er m..ui