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TOPEKA STATE JOTONAT THT7KSBAY DECEMBER 13,1000.
Drunkards Easily Cured Miss Edith Williams Wants Every Lady Reader of this Paper to Know How She Saved Her Father. Used an Odorless and Tasteless Rem edy In His Food, Quickly Curing Hlta Without His Knowledge. Trial Paci? of thi R3rn?ay MiUad Fre To Show How Easy IS Is To Care Drunkards. Xothlne could be more dramatic or de voted tnnn the manner in which Miss rr.iith Williams. Box 3. Waynesville. O-, cured her drunken father after years of misery, wretchedness and almost unbear able suffering. 1T3 KEMTH WITiUAMS. 'Te tnther i a reiLirrned man, she Fai'l "ar-1 our friend trunk it a miracle tnat I cured him wkimui his knowijtre or c-nr. I hud road how Mrs. Kate I.vnch of 22? Ellis street, an francLsco. Cal.. bad cured her husband by usins T--7-n r -utmrr ' v-in hi.-; rtiftVt iinri food and I wrote to It. Haines for a trial. When ! It came I put ? -me in father's coffee and food and watched him closely, butt he couldn't tell the difference, so I kept it up. "One mornlre father got up and said ho was hungry. This was a grnd sts-n as he run-ly ale much breakfast. He went away and when he came htme at 'nrr perfectly pnbpr I was aii:ot frantic with joy as I hadn't seri him sber for haf a day be fore in over fourteen years. After iinn?r he 53T flown in the Ins; easy chiiir and paid, "Edith. I don't know what has come over but I hate the sight and smell of liquor and am grans stot drinkiner forever.' This was too much for me and I t-dd him tnen what I had done. "Well we b'th had a srrvod cry, and now- we have the happiest heme and the kindest father you ran fmasine. I am glad you wiil publish this experience for it will reach many others ar.d let them know about thit wonderful Golden Specific." Lr. Haines, the discoverer, will send a sample of this grand remedy free to all who wiil write for it. Er.ouen of the rem edy is mailed free to show how it is used in ta, coffee, or f:d. and that it will cure the dreadrd habit quietly and permanently- Send your name and address to Or. J. W. Haines. Olnn building. Cincin nati. Ohio, and he will mail a free sample of the remedy to you, securely sealed in a plain, wrapper. a!s- full directions how to use It. books and testimonials from hundreds who have been cured, and every thing needed t aid you in stvins? those near and dear to you from a. life of de gradation and ultimate poverty and dis grace. Send for a free trial today. It will brighten the rest of your lite. ibaf a . . 2 ' -.m' '- Two Fast Trains Daily FROM KANSAS POINTS Denver, Salt Lake, San Fran cisco, Portland, -ASD- ALL POINTS WEST. Throned Palace Sleepers, Chair Car, Pullman Ordinary Sleepers, Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte. C2I7 71 Sours ts Psrtlasi From Kansas City. 28 Otier Lise Dees It. For tickets and full information call on F. A. UWIS, City Ticket Agent. Or J. a FULT02T. Depot Agent. ?mrr PERFECT 5 S U f O,- lift! Piff N ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. WELL' DO YOUR HAULING RIGHT Topeka Transfer Co. 69 Kaasai A-ren-ti. Office lei. 2a. House reU sv F. P, BACON. Proprietor. y SEE ME ABOUT STOEAGS. Rest and Health to Mother and Child MRS. WINSIiOWS SOOTHING STRCP fcas been used for over FIFTT YKAKS BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS for melr CHILDREN WHILjS TEETHING, with PERFECT SVOCES3. It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS ti9 GUMS. ALLAYS all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC and la the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sole by Druggists in every part of the world. Be sure to asli for "Mrs. Winsiow's Sooth ing Syrup" and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a botua. ) 'tr 0 BBS 1 RAILROAOEWS Rock Island Cat-Off to Save Eighty iiiles. Across Diamond From Fairbury, Keb., to Heriagton, Kas. TEN MILES OF TRACK. Tart of General Plan For Short ening Line to Mexico. Will Begin laying Steel This Month. When the Rock Island begins building its big cutoff to the southwest from Liberal, Kan., to El Paso, Tex., this month it means that within a very few months the Rock Island will begin lay ing steel rails from Fairbury, Neb., to Herington, Kan. It is part of the same general plan to get the shortest lina yet built from all parts of the Rock Island system to Los Angeles and to all parts of Mexiecu Leading away off to the southwest through Kansas, alomst touching the Oklahoma border at the terminus of Liberal, the Rock Island now has a line. All surveys have been completed, artic les of incorporation filed, and formal announcement made that work is to be gin at once on an extension that will carry this road 270 miles further to the southwest, through the Panhandle of Oklahoma, northwestern Texas and northwestern New . Mexico by way of Clayton to Santa Rosalie, near White Oaks. Fairbury ia at the northern obtuse angle of a big diamond formed by the Rock Island system. This cutoff will be built diagonally across to the southwest, crossing the southwest side of the dia mond at Clay Center, and will continue southward to HeringUm. where is now the junction of the Liberal extension with the Fort Worth line. This means the building of about ten miles of new track, and will result in a direct saving of over 80 miles more from Omaha, not only to the southwest and to Los Ange les or Mexico, but also to Fort Worth and the whole Oklahoma country. HELD OTTT FOR TONNAGE. Sixteen Cars Not Worth a Special on Missouri Pacific. The dull freight business on the Mis souri Pacific is said to be due to the policy of the company in refusing to move trains until the standard tonnage for engines is reached, says an. Atchison paper. This instance is cited. It is claimed that the Missouri Pacific re ceived sixteen cars of cattle at Kansas City for St. Joe. The shipper was in a hurry, and inquiring for the cause of de lay in starting, was told that sixteen cars did not constitute a train, and that the wait was for additional loads. The story goes that the shipper then turned the sixteen cars over to the Burlington, which agreed to put them in St. Joe in an hour and a half. There was a time when almost any western road would have been glad to have run a special for I sixteen cars. SAXON SENDS A DELEGATION. Committee Sere to Learn Pate ' of Their Shops. The mayor of Raton, New Mexico, and a delegation of prominent citizens came to Topeka today to interview Santa Fe officials. Raton is fearful of losing the railroad shops now located there. Ths master mechanic was recently moved to LaJunta and the citizens of the thriving little town at the mouth of the tunnel tremble lest the shops follow the master mechanic. C. A. Madoulet, a Raton councilman, who is here for treatment at the Santa Fe hospital, was told by a high official yesterday that the company had no in tention of moving the shops to La Junta. The citizens delegation, headed by Dr. J. J. Shuler. the mayor, is composed of T. A. Shomburg, Harry Wig-ham, Chas. Remsburg and W. C. Wrigley. They propose to carry their plea for the re tention of the shops at Raton before the Here is a fine flashlight showing champion six-day rider of the world; curve at the Fourth. Avenue end of the c-'-'i' -h ' sy ! - .' . , ' ' et - ' j c- - SENATOR SCOTT PUTS HIS FOOT DOWN. Massive West Virginian Again a Force in the Senate's Pro " f Hon. Nathan B. Scott, United States Senator from West "Virginia, employs forceful' gestures in his arguments, whether in the Chamber or on the street. This snappv snapshot shows the Senator in. the midst of a stormy discussion on Pennsylvania avenue. - - - annual meeting of directors today, if necessary. Discharged B. & O. Employe Wins. Toledo, O., Dec. 13. In his suit for damages against the Baltimore & Ohio railway, A. A. Hickerson was today awarded a verdict of $400 by a jury in the United States circuit court. The award is not for the "blacklisting act," of which the defendant railway was ac cused, but was given on a second cause of aetion, based upon an Ohio statute that makes it imperative for a railroad to give employes reasons for their dis missal. Cascade Tunnel Completed. Seattle. Wn., Dec. 13. The first train will be run through the Great Northern tunnel from the Cascade mountains next Sunday. This will be the finish of one of the most stupendous railway engineer ing feats ever attempted in this country. The tunnel is 13,200 feet long and the thickness of the roof at the thickest place is 5,300 feet. Theatrical Party Bates. It Is probable that the present rates made for theatrical and other organized parties in the territory west of Chicago may be materially reduced. General passenger agents of these lines met in Chicago yesterday and during the con ference it was suggested that the fares charged for large parties moving to gether were too high and, ought to be reduced, if all the roads would stand by whatever reductions were made and cease manipulating agreed tariffs. Passenger fares as applied to parties vary in the west, according to the dis trict. Between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis any party of ten or more persons traveling on one ticket may take advantage of the 2 cents per mile rate. Between Chicago and Omaha and Kansas City the rate will not be granted by the companies unless the party is a bonafide one, organized for the purpose of giving entertainments or ex hibitions. The double rule has led to all kinds of confusion, and there have been threats to bring charges of discrim ination against the lines that operate between Chicago and the twin cities and between Chicago and Omaha and Kan sas City that differentiate in the rates. The peculiar condition was brought about by the refusal of the Wisconsin PHOTOGRAPH OF BIG A. A. McLean, who gives great promise; Major Taylor, the negro now champion sprinter of America; Charlie Miller, Prank .Walier, known as "Old Dutch." and F. A. McFarland, the Pacific Slope flyer as they now appear rounding the garden, which is banked higher than ever to prevent accidents. - 4 . - - V n 3 -I i If -" f : i Central to make a difference between parties organized for entertaining or ex hibition purposes and those merely got ten together, to get advantage of the low rate. This forced the other Chicago St. Paul roads to throw open the rate to the public. Semi-organized parties that come under the rule in one section and not in another, are protesting that the differentiation cease. The railroad officers are averse to throwing down the party rate bars in the entire west, say ing they would rather reduce the fare to l1 cents a mile and confine the rate to parties .organized to give entertain ments or exhibitions. CHARGED TO A WOMAN. Further Light Thrown Upon the Sui . cide of Sydney Samuel. New Tork, Dec. 13. A dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser quotes Rev. Isaac Samuel, rabbi of the aristocratic Bayswater - synagogue in London, as making the following statements con cerning the death of his son, Sydney Samuel, the exporter, who shot himself at Portland, Me., last Sunday: "This is indeed sad and surprising news. My son, who was a business man in Mexico, left London only a few weeks ago, after spending six weeks at home. By the last mail I received a chrful letter from him, written soon after land ing. I cannot imagine why he com mitted suicide, for certainly he left here a sane, well man. "The reports that he committed sui cide because I forbade his marriage with Mrs. Ghartres do me cruel wrong. I ask you not to allow such a stigma to rest oh me. It would be criminal injus tice to a loving father. My son did have an affair with this woman, but broke it off of his own accord. It cut him deeply at the time, but his recent visit home had, I think, made him strong again. - - 'T cannot do any better Justice to his menory than to lay before you his own papers, including his last will, which he left with me." Rabbi Samuel produced his son's will, dated October 22, last, in which Mrs. Chartres is mentioned, as follows: "I longed for love, companionship and a quiet home life, with books and music to carry out my ideals. I met this wo man, who promised all these, and I SIX DAY CYCLE looked to the future with happiness. But this is ended." Samuel evidently reversed a previoua will and cut Mrs. Chart res off. The rabbi continued: "I did in a measure oppose my son's raarriage with the woman, but I left him to find out the truth himself, which he did. therefore it pains me deeply to hear the accusation that I was the cauee of mv son's death. I went to New York last summer and met this lady. She is clever, fascinating, but unscrupulous. She had enslaved my son. He had spent thousands of pounds upon her, neglectea his business and was ruining himself. but breaking with her was his own vol untary act. FACING A CRISIS. Germany's Financial Matters Are in a Bad Way. New Tork, Dec. 13. A dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser from Berlin says: The pessimistic speech of Baron von Fleischmann, secretary of the im perial treasury in the reichstag- on Mon day in which he told th country to prepare for a period of hard times as the financial situation was gloomy, has created a sensation in the money mar ket. There has been such a slump in the price of mortgage bonds that un less public confidence is restored, the economic stability of Germany will be imperilled, some banks and bankers may find themselves in serious difficul ties and a financial crisis of unparallel ed gravity may be precipitated in Ber lin.. The amount of mortgage bonds in circulation is five milliards of marks ($1,250,000,000.) The mortgage banks were the principal sources of supply to the money market, their bonds being regarded as first class securities. AH this confidence has disappeared and the public are selling bonds indiscriminate ly at panic prices. The PomeraiB bank in one week repurchased $4,000,0X( worth of its own bonds. The First Preussische Hypothek bank and the Deutsche Grundschuld bank are unable to meet the strain and the gov ernment has appointed receivers in both cases. The papers demand the arrest of Directors Sanden and Puchoueller Schmidt. Herr Waersawsky, the third director, has gone abroad. Herr Sanden's personal character is unimpeachable. His private estate has been sequestrated for -the benefit of the bondholders He lives at Potsdam and is a prominent supporter of the empress religious propaganda. Meanwhile the crisis continues and a general panic is quite possible. To avert a crash the Deutsche bank and some other houses have formed a committee for the pro tection of bondholders and are advanc ing funds in payment of interest due. SEW YORK'S TOTE. CoL Bryan Carried but Pour Counties in the State. New Tork, Dec. 13. The state board of canvassers met and canvassed the state vote. Only four of the sixty-one counties cast a majority of votes for Bryan. They were New York, Queens, Richmond and Schoharie. The Prohibition, Social Democratic and Social Labor parties have sufficient votes to go on the next election without a petition. Following are the totals for president: For McKinley (Rep.), 821,992. Bryan (Dem.). 673. SS. , Woolley (Pro.), 22.043. ' Debs (Social Dem.), 12.869. Malloney (Social Labor). 12,622. McKiniey's plurality, 143,606. The plurality of Odell (Rep.) for gov ernor was 111.126. How to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia, Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used. It is a fine children's remedy for croup and never fails to cure." When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has developed, it will prevent the attack. This should be borne in mind and a bot tle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear. , For sale by aU drug gists. COLORADO FLIER. Via "Great Rock Island Route." Leaves Topeka 8:10 p. m., arriving Colorado Springs 10:35, Denver 11:00 o'clock next a. m. De Witt's Little Early Risers are dainty little pills, but they never fail to cleanse the liver, remove obstructions and invig orate the system. At all drug stores. RACK i i : clilf jiiLi. Disease defeats the purposes of men, sad makes ksvoe of thrlr fondrnt hopes. How quickly courage and energy di&appear I Great enterprises khow ing every probability of accomplish ment take on the sallow hue of ruin when over tasked Nature breaks down. Look around among' your immediate friends. How many of them h&T missed their greatest opportunities through lack of physical and mental energy 1 These men would not be warned. They traded on their strength and took no precaution when there has been at hand the surest help for all such in Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. The truth about this great discovery of Dr. Greene should be made known to all men. Dr. b's lina These statements of the influence of ill health on worldly success are not overdrawn, neither are the statements con cerning the prompt and positive aid which Dr. Greene's Xcrvura is to the weak -and sickly. The grumbling, surly merchant make little headway. It is brU-l.t words and cheerful ways that bring success, and these things are imponMbl when the system is run down and unstrung. Don't wait until you are forced to the wall. Build up your physical and nervous strength with Dr. Greene" Kit vura. The sick and discouraged find it gives them strength and detfrrc'tnation. The nervous and irritated find in its soothing elements, caltuxitaa and cheer Mb. F. P. Dearth, Woodsville, . II., says: " About a year and a half ao I was taken fdok and wa ailine fir a lone tim. 1 h I stomach trouble and I was not able to work much for about a ver. I em(ioi a do. t.ir for a year, who did not seem to hit mv case. I was weak and ttie sliirhtt n. r; ,n w i-i ma. I heard, of Dr. Greene's Xervura blood and nerve renM-dv, and of the woti'Wiul r""ii on other people, and I resolved to trv it. and from the result 1 cnit iv not hmjr but r it. I have not been as well in years as I am niat-e taking lr re-ue s N. rvira. I bava heard and known of wonderful cures by Nervura, and 1 cheerfully rucouuneud it toad." READ DR. GREENE'S OFFER OF FREE COUNSEL TO ALL WHO ARE SICK. Dr. Greene's counsel is at the free disposal of all inrmirinrr men and wo men. This brings the benefit of his advice within reach of every one, for con sultation by letter is as free as personal call. Write or call uKn Dr. Green at his office, 85 West 14th Street, New York City, and you have the services of tl o world's most successful physician without cost. Will yon continue to hazard your hopes and your health by neglecting this opportunity to be made well? Dr. Greene's success as a specialist in nervous and chronic diseases is not eotiaiN by that of any other man. Consult him now and find the way to complete recovery. 4 i i t The Topeka Union Lecture Course. A limited number of Season Tickets for the remainder of the Course will be placed on sale at SI. 50 toT the following attractions: t at. 1. Dec 19. 2. Jan. 19. 3. Feb. 6. 4. Feb. 12. 5. March quid Air. Lecture with Experiments. Two Illustrated Evening, by Ernest Seton-Thompson. Purchasers'of these tickets will have an opportunity to draw numbers for choice of seats Saturday, Dec. 15, from 10 a. tu., to 2 p. in., at the High School. Seats for Dec. 19 and Jan. 19 may be reserved Saturday, Dec. 15, at the High School beginning at 2 p. m. Tickets may be obtained at Rowley & Snow's; or from any member of the Committee. They will be oa sale also Saturday morning at the High School. i L0 WANTS 1IIS CHILDREN. Teacher Who Objected Waa Thrown Down Stairs. Salt Lake, Ttah. Dec 13. A Fpecial to the Tribune from White Rock. Utah, says that at the request of Agent Myton, Troop K, from Port tnjscheno was ordered out this evening to prevent trouble at Uitnah agency. Over thirty children In the school are down with measles and other diseases and their parents have been much d's pattsfled because the children were not al lowed to to home. One girl died lat n'.eht. Black Hawk went to the sohool this morning and demanded the release of his children. O'Connor, a teacher, made some show of resistance and w;juj thrown down stairs and the chiMren tak en awav bv force. Several other childrea were taken away by other Indiana. Threats were made to burn the p-nooi buildings and the agent called upon Major Hughes for help. Increase in Pig Iron Production. Xew Tork. Dec. 13. According to the monthly blarJt furnace statistics of the Iron Age. there ha3 been for the first time since June l. an increa.se in tne prouue-tinn- of pig iron, the capacity of the coke furnaces at wr.rK on oer-Hmriir l. n-t'ig 3.'7 tons weeklv. as compared with 207.- 3.1 tons on November 1. and :2.V41 t ns on June 1. Coke iron storks have deelimM to fct.:50 tons during November no th:it the statistical position has ktovb muua Bounder during November. Wage Contracts to Be Renewed. Pitt.burg. rec- 13. The 3.W0 employe of the Jones and Laughlin injn and pifints have been notified that the indi vidual wate contracts made two vears ae-o will be renewed for the ensuing year with no reduction in pay. It !s b-i!o-f.i that similar action will be taken by the Carnegie company and the workmen are jubilant. When the stomach is tired out It must have a rest, but we can't live without food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "disrests wh;it you eat' so that you can eat all the good rood yon want while it Is restoring the digestive organs to health. It is the only preparation that digests all kinds of food. At ail drug stores. 1 h I? t Vm i. . -i. 4 4- X Lectures Afternoon and f Why suffer the $ pangs of rhcuirutijm when 2 ! KOHL'S 1 RHEUMATIC ICURE gives quick relief an J $ permanent cure. t X AH Drurriits. Price J 1.03. X --- ft W"3 COUCH SYRUP Curts a Cough or Co!d at once. CmqutTI CtmiTi, Dcmp-ng t oiiih. Hrohi,i, .ripre mad t oaiinn)'i.n ,nn' k., t..u t.. Dr.buU PUUcaircCwutJpaUua. M)pli IUc mm ma ad liuiit stadle W. T. UWLK9, rroiriUr. SipQulncy Street. Kew rubbor-tired ritrs. Wanted Horses to board. Call 'phone 170 for Hacks at one-half regular ratvs. z is - ' " ' w f