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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, HANSAS, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901 -TWELVE PAGES.
I rclscn oak 'rclson ivy I M among the best known of the many dangerous wild plants and shrubs, j To touch or handle them s qnicklyproduccsevfelling j ud Inflammation with in f tentc itching and burning of the skin. The eruption t toon disappears, the suf t. ferer hopes forever : but ; almost as soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached the blood, and will break out at regular l Intervals and each time in a more aggra- r tiled form. Thispoison will loiter in the nystem for years, and every atom of it most be forced out of the Wood before you can expeci a perfect, permanent cure. Nature's Antidote FOR IVafRM't Dnknnc j ar SagBew tisw im.u. v 0 r v.evuo'e Is the only cure for Poison Oak, Toison I Iry, and all noxious plants. It is com- poied exclusively of roolsaml herbs. Now L is the time to get the poison out of your I system, as delay makes your condition worse. Don't experiment longer with salves, washes and soaps they never cure. I Mr.A.M.Mflrshnll.bookkTurrortlieAniintn F (US.) lni Co., was I)lsn,-(1 with Poison t Osk. lie took Sulphur, Ar?fiii,- mill vnrious f other dntfrs, nml flpj.lkd externally ii'irtieroiiB louonsaimsnivcswilli imlM-m lit. At tunes tlie twellinsf fiiidiiiilaminntioti wasfii srv-re lie win almost blind. l'oreif!it vrnrs Hie iinninvotili trreak out every Br-sson. II is rondili.,ii w.-is tnitr-li Improved Bftertnkiiig one hottle i f fc S S .Bnd a rew noiucscn'fircii m mcio'i ot tne j: Mill M. an eviur uccs ui ine unieatic im;ip,-.-ijTii, People are often noisoned without j knowing when or how. lixjd.iiii your case I fully to our physicians, and t'hey will cheerfully j-ivest'icli information undad i vice as you require, without cliai;:c, and I we will send at the same time nn interest- log book on Blood and Stin Diseases. I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA. t a : It DeHuy's Balmoline WORK THE HORSE IF NECESSARY Lii,yi,iBiuL,jmk StATUSH't WONDiaeUL HEALINQ VS. CURES SORE SHOUIWS,' CDtUR (IUS, SCOTCHES, sCRICKEO HEEIS, SIlFISli, iCNUFES, ROPE IUIRI, WIRE CUTS. r SORE TEATS. DID STJUtDltrC MM IN HI FUSN HIH H S""T!t""r 25 and 50 Cents ; Kll 41 m llllt Mi II ' 1. 1. Mil. ft Bi, tWIOl A, DCMVE, COtOMDO NOOHBEO IV HORSEMEN EVERYWHERE K ' The New Huirniiiii Himiso. .:. Nkw YottK Citv, April 2, 11)00. Dr. B. H. Mini), Dawn, Colo. ' Dear Sir: 1 have uh-i1 vour Italmo II ne on horsiiB with my Wild West Show and have (mind it pkhkkctlv SATWFACTOUV. W. F. Cody, "Itullulo Hill." Price & and Sflc. For ,ile In Dli'lilnscin 'county, Kim., by all UrtiKKlsU I" Alilli'tm: Hcmffnrd A Hark, Kiileriirlwi; J. O. Mitln- tyre, HorliiRUm; It. V. A,pliil;iiiKli, Holoiiinn; 1). K. Hi'ttriliin, I'liapiimni .1. N, Koltljlns. Woodhlni'i E. H. Chiirtlcir, Kelelumdd lirnjr "Co., Hopei W. C. Hammond 4 I'o. Mun 'UhMtMj II, D. Jones, Induatry : J. It. Wilson, 'Carlton! J. Schmltter, Gyp-mim tilty; tl. W. XJaliliurt, Iioiujford; K. A. llonmoynr, Her. Ingtou, MMD-MINALLY 25 CENTS 166 ADAMS STXHICAGO. Picturesque Colorado . Is the title ol the must attracts o publication over gotten out by a rail road on the subject u( scenery and resorts. This li'itidmimc book is is sued by the Colorado & Southern rail way, commonly known ai The Colo rado road, whoso lines reach the grandest scenic portions of the state and all the leading health and pleas ure resorts. T, E. Fisher, the gen eral passenger agent at Denver, Colo., will send copy of this handsome book to any address on receipt of throo oents po9tHge. IFIrst published In Abilene Weekly lie- Honor Bept. Ill, I'.inl.l Notice for Bids. omen of County Clerk, AlllI.KNK, K:ls , Hept. IK, I1NH. Notice Is hereby lven that bids fur furu Isldnir coal lu Ilic court Imuse etc.. fur Ibe UHu or Dickinson counly will tie received nt inn oui'Hi or count v clerk up to noon of I-rl- dav. Oct. (, HI. bills to be In :i nliince Willi speclllcat lolls In nlllce of counly clerk. Tlie binud of ciiininlsstoncrs reserves tlie rlubt to irjccl any anil all blil It v onlcr uf IKIAKIluiruiltNTV Cd.MMbMiiN'Ht-i. It, U. Jacobs, t'ounty Clerk. SH-ltade tOltJlkJt i in.u, .... 1.1 1 i.. ii. i, it. ...... Hector Sept. Ill, mill 1 Notice of Appointment 8TATEIIF KANSAS i . lliekiiisnti County, f3' In the matter of tin-estate of .lubn Heed, dceoiisod, late of lilcklnson County, Kansas, Notice Is hereby given Unit on i.h,. hi , ,av pf September A. I), mil the nndcrslmieil was , by the I'robatn Court of lilckliisun t'ouuly, haiisas, duly nppulnled and mutinied as ad- ounisi rairix or Hie estate of John lined, de ceased, late of lilcklnson County. Kansas. All partlus Interested In wid estate will vast! uouee. auuKovvrn lliemselves accord '"S'l- JA'l ISA Jl. KKKII, o. a, . BmTH, Adtnlnlstratrli. AtUirney, IKIrst published In the Abilene Weekly tic (lector Sept. Ill, liini.1 Notice of First Meetine of Creditors, In the District court of the l'nlted Slates for tin Una District of Kansas, lu rJaiitcruptcy. In the Matter of I Charles A ..Hall Wn Bankruptcy. Bankrupt, I To the creditors of Charles A Ball, of Knlor. prise, In the County of Dickinson, within ina tustrict aforesaid, a bankrupt.. Notice Is hereby given that on the Will du of September, nil. in,, u.1,1 n,...i... . ,, i was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the rat mmtinn of his creditors will be held at the referee j offlee In Sallna, In the county of SallDH, and State of Kansas, on the 4th day of October lwl.atB o'clock In the forenoou. wnicn iiraa ine said creditors may attend prove the r claims ,v,i,,t . .'."..' amine the bankrupt, and transact such other 8. 8. SMITH, Referee In Bankruptcy. Attorney, " ' Balloa, Kansas, Sept. IT, 101. TO CRUSH ANARCHY. Congress Will Pass Suitable Laws the Coming Session. THE OPINION OF SENATOR ALLISON. Congressmen Crumpark.r Thinks It WIU M3w uiHiaii .u r.mnrnw uiwa Against Anarchists Owliis to the Hlght of Free Npeeeh, Chienfo, Rent. 21. "Conifrens will undoubtedly niuke a thorout'h investi gation of anarchy in the United States next winter and will do its utmost to )i;is Btiitalile laws for the pre vention of any such crime in the fu ture ns that committed against President McKinley," said Senator Allison, of Iowa, yesterday. "I have no doubt there will be many joint sessions f tha judiciary committee of the two houses during the session, and the best legal talent of the land will be culled upon to assist the attorney general in pointing out con slitulioiiul methods for reaching the scut of the trouble. The need is evident. The pressure fur legislation will lie very emit, possibly pushing cuiigrt ss lo go to nil unwarranted ex Ireuie. Koine iietion will undoubted ly be tttkeii lint is ill consonuncc with the coiislitiilinii uijd will not infringe on proper freedom of speech. A sliilnle pniliibiling gatherings of an- nrcliisls is not iiiiprnliiilde. Just tin der what cireiiiiislitnees the prohilic lion will lie m.'ide effective mid bow it will bo enforced must be. deter mined by iitvesligalion." In itdilitinn to 1liis Scniitor Allison mid Hull some measure plncing it se re penally upon tiny assault upon the chief executive of the land was being discus-ed, Conffressiimu Crnuipaeker's Views. Indianapolis, Intl., Sept. 5J. Con gressman Crnmpncker, of Valparaiso, who was here yesterday, Is of the opinion that it will be dilh'cult to enact laws for the control mid punish ment of ttnni'chists and still more ililheult to enforce them. It would be uu easy matter now, he thinks, to enforce laws against anarchists, as the public- mind Is inflamed1 over the assassination of President McKinley, but a few years from now there might bo a large number of iwiiirchistic or ganizations In the state without the average person knowing a thing uliout II. ilo believes, however, thtit congress will lit, lite coining session carefully consider tlie scope or its power lu the mutter and will, if pos sible, eniiet such hiws its will have n tendency to restrict iinnrehy. The trouble, lie siivk, in pussing such a law is that it might have a tendency to restrict freedom (if speech nnd freedom of the press, lie declared, however, that ttnv state could enact a law making tin alteinpt on the life of tlie president a capital offense, which would help to hold anarchy in ek. FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED. Three Mini Killed anil Oue I'rolmbry Fa tally Hurt liy an Accident nn the I'srs Alartuatte Railroad. Detroit, Mich., Kept. 21.-Three men were killed and one probably fa tally hurt at Wayne, Mich., a small place 12 miles west of here last night as the result, of n treigni witck on the Pore .Miuipielle railroad. The men, II is supposed, were stealing a ride. The wreck occurred on account of the sudden application of the brakes by the engineer to avoid run ning Into u ( on the truck ahenrt of the train. Four cars in the trnin pileil up ns a result, the men being crushed in the wreckage. KNIGHTS OF AK-SAR-BEN. They Taraito the Streets of Omaha with Klectrlrally Illuminated Floats A Flower I'arade To-Morrow. Oinnlui, Neb,, Sept, 19. The climn t of the carnival of tin Knights of Ak-Sur-llen was reached lust night when King Sampson VII, rallied his forces mid murshnlcd his hosts i a brilliant pageant of electrically Illu minated, historical floats, designed with regard to the theme of "When Knighthood Was in Flower." Twenty of these works 'of art, interspersed with ns many bands nnd led by a brigade of the Nebraska national guard, paraded the down-town streets, witnessed by a mass of peo ple estimated to nunilier 50,000, Dur ing the afternoon nn etiually bril liant parade of civic societies and kindred organizations entertained the masses, A street fair completes the attractions, On Friday will occur flower parade, which will cfose the festivities, the knights holding their grand ball in the evening. RAILROAD CONSOLIDATION. Three Lines In Southeast Missouri Merge j and the 'Frisco May Scoop Them t'a. Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 10; Ar ticles liavo been filed in the office of the secretary of state consolidat ing the St. Louis & Memphis Railroad company, tthe Memphis & SU Louis Knilrond company and the St. Louis, Caruthersville & Memphis Kailroad company under the nam of the St. Louis & Memphis Railway company, with t capital of $1,125,000. It Is gen erally understood In railroad circles that the 'Frisco has an option on the three properties named, which are located in southeast Missouri, on the Arkansas border, and that It is the In tention of the 'Frisco management to establish a short Una b-ttwcn St. Louis and Memphis. BOASTS HE IS AN ANARCHIST. Hrail.haw, the Carpenter Who Was Mobbed la Oklahoma t'ltv, Placed la tbe Uuthrle Jail for teretjr, Cnthrie, Ok., Sept. 21. George Bradsliaw, the carpenter who was moblfd in Oklahoma City for re fusing to walk under the American llafr in the ilcKinlcy memorial pa rade, was brought to Guthrie yester day mornine and placed in the Loeaa county jail foe protection. Soon aft- erwatd the United States marshal's office here received the following mes sage from Washington: "Examine Tenack closely Hold for further in structions." It was signed Wilkic, :hief of detectives. Since there is no person confined in the county or fed wal jail named Tnnack, it is believed that the person referred to is Brad sliaw. A press reporter called on Ilrad ihaw in the jail and asked: "Are you an anarchist?" "Yes," he replied. "And I wnnt to say Oklahoma City is made . up of hoodlums. If this is a free country i man has a right to say what lie hinks. This not it free country; the powers are subsidized. .o, ( zolgosz not an anarchist, he is a nihilist, or Insane, lie will never be executed, mark my worths." 1'radsiiaw refused to sny more. That, he has plenty of nerve was proven when be returned to 'Okla homa City at ten o'clock Thursday night, after having been run out by I hi' mob during the day. His prcs- lu'o up'tin became known umi an- ullier mob was gathering when the fiflicoi's look llrnd.shaW in charge and pirited him away under cover of I he darkness, lie was brought to (liilb rie, at. five o'clock yesterday morning, leaving Oklahoma Cily before dawn. It is not generally known in Oklnho ina Cily where llcadshaw was (liken nnd Sheriff Carpenter, of l.ognn coun ly, concealed the fact for several hours, as the Oklahoma county ofli cials still fenr for llradsliuw's life. Chief of Police Cochran, of Okla homa City, believes that liradsbaw ivns in the conspiracy to nssassinate the president. The officer claims that Bradshaw's nctions for two weeks past substantiate the theory that he knew before the crime was commit ted ttiat McKinley would be assassi nated. BAD A NARROW ESCAPE. K Fire at tlie Sprlnnllelcl Fair Causes that Young Ladles to Ban Out In Their Mlflit Holies. Springfield, 111., Sept.. 21. TTie iromans building nt the stute fair rounds, valued tit $1(1.(100, wiut de stroyed by lire last night. A cooking school was being held in t he building at the time under the auspices oil thei lomestie science department of the Illinois Farmers' institute, conducted by Mrs, Sarah liorer, of Philadelphia, and about 23 yotin? Indies from all over the state wen- rooming In the building and attending h;ctuts. Sev eral of these had retired (or the night and barely escaped, attired in untiling but tiiour night rubes. Work for Uen. MaeArthnr. Milwaukee, Sept. 21. Mttj, (ien. MaeArthnr arrived in Milwaukee yes terday and will remain a week or ten days, Ho has ordors from Wash ington for indefinite duty on the board to examine and report iiKn brevets, medals or honor nnd all awards recominendt'd for officers and soldiers who served in Porto Klco, Cuba, China nnd the Philippines. The war department attaches great im portance to th is and wants the re port ready so that it can be submitted immediately to congress when it meets In December, This duty will keep tlen. MaeArthnr occupied until he is assigned a command. Found Lashed to a Kaft. Port Huron, Mich., Sept. St. After having been tossed about on Lake Huron for over two days without food nnd wet to the skin W. D. Tin gun, owner of the schooner Jupiter, which became waterlogged In Sagi nnvv bay Sunday, was rescued by a llsbing tug off Lyul island. He was lashed to a rnft nnd unconscious, Three companions who W"nt with him wjien the Jupiter was aban doned, after having drifted neurlv i across the lake before a northwest gale, nre believed to have been drowned. IturliaD-Coiiser Wedding Takes Flare. Chicago, Sept. SI. Miss Laura Con ger and Lieut. Fred K. Iltichan, U. S. A., were married Inst night at the residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. J, S. MeConnell, 4.1.19 Lake avenue. Miss Conger is the daughter of the United States minister to China. The court ship which ended in Inst night's wed ding ceremony was begun in Pekln, for Lieut. Hnehnn was with the Amer ican forces in the relief column and afterwards was stationed nt the Chi nese capltol with his regiment. Lieut, liuchnn's home is in Kansas City, Recovering the Carter Kmbeislementa, Chicago, Sept. 20. Through the re covery of $200,000 in cash and securi ties in Huntington, Vi. Va., the gov ernment authorities now have posses sion of about $360,000 of the funds embezzled by Oberlin M. Carter, former captain of the United Sttta , l- . r J engineer eo.p. .., JJ - ,T" TTZ 1. I "Sixth, we demand the election of San :V??l.-J F Tlneor1 erbund of Nord Amerika was con-' ,. , ',., ,K. j.Hmi , . r, .. . ,, . , .a cabinet office of the department ol vencd at Beethoven hull yesterday " .... KU. -i .v. L,,' ,, j abor and equitable arbitration, morning, the meet ng being called to order by National President ach, I , , , . . . . of St. Louii About tOO national dele- ,m ' S,a,f!iTh. ntl of .... . , I "Ninth, we favor to adoption ol nt .re In attendance, Mf rep-l ' ;o;tl,utionM amfndmPenl. resenUtlve. of 48 camp, out ol ! mak, the above total of 61 camps, comprising the en- , ' ' tinriMlnttoAJV m V7U4 8t,tw. ' .. . ...... CZOLGOSZ IN COURT. The Murderer of President UcKln ley Formally Arraigned. THE PRISONER REMAINED SILENT, II Apparently Continued His faint of In. sanity and Befuscd to Plead-Jodg Lewis Entered a Flea of Not Guilty for lllm. Buffalo, N. Y, Sent. 18. Leon F, Czolgosz, the assassin of President McKinley, was arraigned before Judge Edward K. Emery in the coun ty court at three o'clock yesterday afternoon on the indictment for mur der in the first degree. The prisoner entered the court room just as the city hall clock was striking three o'clock, and as many of the curious spectators as could surged into the court room Deinnd Dim. A murmur ran through tlie audience, but the gavel of the judge and the tipstaff of the crier soon restored order. As soon ns Czolgosz was before the bar and the handcuffs were removed District Attorney Penney began the formal arraignment. He read the principal charges of the indictment in a voice of severity and asked: "How do you plead, guilty, or not guilty?" Not a sound was uttered by the prisoner. He stood mute before the bur of Justice, apparently continuing his feint of, insanity which was no ticed tor tlio first time when ho wns taken into court Monday afternoon. When the prisoner refused to plead the district attorney u sited him it he understood what bed been rend and received no answer, told him t lint he had heen indicted for mur der in ,the first degree and that he could answer "yes" or "no." For an instant Czolgosz glanced lit Mr. Pen ney and it was thought that he in tended to speak, but bo did not. Judge Lewis, who had been ns slgned as one of the attorneys for the defense, then addressed the court at length, saying that he hud culled upon the defendant, but had been un able to ascertain of any wish on the defendant's part as to the employ ment of counsel. He said that his associate, Judge Titus, was in Mil waukee, but that lie hud appeared in formally to enter a plea of not guilty on behalf of the defendant, as the. Invv required such a plea under the circumstances. He asked per mission to reserve the right to with draw the plea and enter a special plea or interpose a demurrer if, after consulting with Judge Titus, they decided not to ask the court to assign other counsel. The judge expressed his regret that his name hud been mentioned in connection with this trial, ns he had been out of practice for some considerable time and dad a vrrv strong repugnance to appear ing, although that was a reason which would apply to every lawyer. District Attorney Penney gave no tice that he would move to have the indictment transferred to the Bit- prune court for trial and would also notice the trial for next Monday morning. "I know of no reason why the defendant should not be ready next Monday," replied Judge Lewis. At his request, however, the orders will not be entered until Judge Titus returns, which will probably be with in a day or two, Judge Lewis said that he might also like an order of the court for alien ists to examine the prisoner, ns the district uttorney had informed him that eminent nlienists had examined the prisoner on behalf of the people This gave rise to the beliof that a special plea of insanity may be en tered by the counsel for the defense. Kemove the prisoner," said Judge Emery, and Czolgosz was taken bnek to the jail by the underground route. THE NEW POLITICAL PARTY. the Declaration of Principles Issued at Kausas City A Meeting Called at Loots vllle In April, 100'J. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 20. In Its declaration of principles yesterday the new political party takes the fol lowing stand: "First, we demand the initiative and referendum and the imperative man date. "Second, we favor the public own ership of all public utilities as the people shall from time to time elect. "Third, the laud, including all nat ural resources, the heritage of the people, should not be monopolized for speculative purposes, and alien ownership should be prohibited. All lands now held by railroads and other corporations in excess of their actual needs, or held by aliens, should be reclaimed and held for actual set tlers only. "Fourth, we favor scientific money, bnscd upon the entire wealth of the nation, and not redeemable In any specific commodity, but to be full legal tender for all debts, private or public, to be issued by the govern ment only and without the interven tion of bonks, sufficient in quantity to meet the requirements of com merce. "Fifth, we believe In just and ,,., tllxaton, m EMMS I Na mercifully 25c, 50c. A $1 Bottles at Drug Stores) Merchant'! Worm Tablets banish Worms. Children find them pleasant like candy. auuih6 o to. . PAY US' 10 lOHEY TILL YOU ARE WELL. 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