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THE CHANUTE TIMES.
C. 8. NATION, FOttor and Prep'r. CHANUTE. KANSA& KAN&AS ITEMS OF JNTKKKST. The flouring: mill will be rebuilt at Garden City. The late wet spell has brought anew vord to Kansas. A paper speaks of the Btreets again "being" mudless." Some fatal disease has been killing: off many hogs on Paradise creek, in the northern part of Russell county. A Pratt boy fonnrt a cylinder with a fut.e attached. He lit the fuse to see what would happen and the doctor cannot yet tell whether he will re cover. Henry Shupe, "The Rattlesnake King of the Rockies," is dead at Atch ison of pheunioniu. He was a river hermit and captured and charmed snakes. It is the introduction of fool bills that hurts Kansas. They never pass. The legislature should pass a law mak ing it a misdemeanor . to introduce a fool bill. The next state oratorical contest will be held at Lawrence where the police are used to such things and wont interfere with the inter-collegiate scraps. E. W. Jerdhn, aged 62, farmer, and for twenty-five years a resident of Reno county, died on Feb. 25th of gangrene of the bowels, caused from injuries re ceived while hunting a few days ago. He was wealthy and highly respected. Do Kansas pocple enjtiy reading the travels of editors? Several editors are now regaling their readers with ac counts of trips. Do the readers care for them? If they do not the editors wouldn't take the trouble to write them. The game markets are said to be al most glutted with wild clucks, mal lards, teal and pintails. Old hunters and men who handle game say they never saw such a flight of ducks in February, and they are fat, plump and pretty. The merchants and business men at Council Grove have adopted a novel plan to keep peddlers and traveling concerns out of that town. Every bus iness house in the city must take out a city license and pay into the treasury $100. When such hcusos have been duly assessed and have paid taxes the $100 is refunded by the city. This keeps out the traveling stores. Switch cngind 214 which has been in the Newton yards nearly t-o years, is said by railroad men to be an engine with a hoodoo hanging over it. It has been given extensive repairs atTopeka and has been taken to the Wichita yards. ' During the short time it was in Newton four switchmen met death through it. The boys are naturally not backward in acknowledging that they sre glad the' other fellow has it, as a hoodoo engine is always avoided. The reformatory at Hutchinson now contains 148 inmates and a number more have been sentenced that haye not yet arrived. The superintendent and assistant superintendent spent several days in Topeka endeavoring to get the legislature to make an appro priation for this institution, as it now has more inmates than can be comfort ably cared for. About the latest indi cation are that the institution will be gien a sufficient appropriation for maintaining their present number, but no appropriation for enlarging to ac commodate others that may be senten ced. . A Kansas child who had spent much time on a farm visited Kansas City re cently and saw his first chain well.' He looked at it for a while and said: "What is this? A corn-sheller?" The Atchison Ministerial union re cently declared against base ball Sun day mornings on the ground that it kept the boys away from Sunday school and young men away from church. . A "city league of base ball clubs has been organized to play at Forest park Sunday mornings, but the project has now been given up. . " ; An Emporia bride gives her girl friends the tip that a' young man who insists on putting on his sweetheart's overshoes before marriage wont wipe the dishes afterward. While dressing in his room at New ton the other night Professor Dyche heard a pistol shot A second later some plaster and a bullet struck him in the neck. A traveling man in' the room above had dropped his revolver, discharging it The North Pole had a narrow escape from remaining forever ( undiscovered. ' . J '.' The thieves at Newton stop at noth ing. A musician left his violin in a .church there the other night and the next morning it was gone. An'El Dorado man has been appoint ed assistant labor commissioner. This is the only thing Butler county has re ceived from, the present administra tion. News has reached Kansas from Can ton that McKinley is strictly a civil service man. All postmasters m ill be allowed to serve out their terms. This is authentic. Leavenworth buloous are now open Sundays. Jim Troutman has gone to Europe on legal business. The Emporia cannery will resume operations this year. The Hutchinson Southern has sus pended tracklaylng at present because of the mud. Tho county assessors of Harvey coun ty have raised the valuation of cattle, corn and wheat The boodle expose in the senate will Vo dropped. If searched to the bottom too many inter-party scandals would arise. The elm buds are already swelling and the red birds can be heard warb ling their usual becoming spring-time songs. The senate cannot deny a man the privilege of the state house. The sen ate simply has coptrol of its own cham ber and the approaches to it The farmers have begun to prepare their ground for seeding, and they say that the ground never was in better condition than it is at the present time. The Hutchinson military band has been reorganized and is determined to eclipse all former successes this year. The new membership will number twenty-four. Charles Linch died last week in the Payne county jail. He has been a county charge for four or five years. At one time Linch was private secretary to Senator Plumb of Kansas. 5A Haven man had the misfortune to fall off of a load of lumber and be run over by one wheel of the wagon, but will soon be around again, as his in juries were nat of a serious nature. Oklahoma has fewer elopements than any other section of the country. But if the new marriage bill passes they will be frequent The Kansas line will be known by every swain in the Strip. The city council at Downs will pro vide a means to water the plnnts, grass and trees in the cemetery this spring and summer season. Petitions have been presented the city council to that effect. The best thing the Hutchinson News has said for a long time was the re mark that when thu Botkin bill was up for discussion a member from Wich ita moved an amendment exempting cities of the first class A jcwelcry at Paola was robbed of S500 worth of jewelry between 12 and 12:10 o'clock March 2d while the pro prietor was gone to dinner. Twenty six gold watches, four gold plated chains and 180 gold rings were taken. Paul Ereenwald, a stockman living near Bonner Springs, killed a large rattlesnake on his ranch Thursday. The reptile had been thawed out by the warm weather during the latter part of February and had crawled out of its winter den. Mr. Greenwald found the snake coiled up in a cow path and he had a lively fight with it before he killed it The reptile waR placed on exhibition in Bonner Springs It was four feet long and had eight rattles. J. B. McKibben and Sam Willard, two convicts in the United States peni tentiary at Fort Leavenworth, were outside the prison wall when stopped by the guard on the night of March 2d. They were working under the chapel when they sawed a hole through the floor and gained the chaplain's room and let themselves to the ground by a blanket rope. They were missed at roll call at 0 o'clock and the guards started out and caught them. McKib ben is the prison photographer who was caught counterfeiting a short time ago. A shoe and clothing house was rob bed of 8200 worth of gents' furnishing goods at Chanute on March 1. Charles Styles, who has just fiuished a tour of the Rock Island, says while at Goodland he witnessed the sale of a bank building there built of brick with all modern appointments, in good con dition and located on a corner in the center of the town, that brought only $00, and the accumulated taxes amount ing in all to $100, and that the' city that once had 2,500 inhabitants now has less than 1,000. ' , The Ellsworth city council has let the contract for a hook and ladder truck at a cost of $210. The job was let to home contractors aud the money will be retained at home. . ( . The comptroller of the currency has ordered a 30 per cent dividend to be paid by the receiver of the First Na tional bank of . LarneJ. The receiver is now paying out the -money, which will be of great assistance tp those having' claims against the bank. It means that probably $10,000 or $12,000 will be placed in active Circulation. " A Hiawatha woman has discovered a cure for fatness. It is to stoop repeat edly throughout the day. One of the correspondents in the Rice County Eagle writes all his matter in German dialect Kansas was visited by another gen eral rain again March 3d which is re ported all over the state. Dodge City is to have a new depot and eating house. C Professor Dyche is coloring the slides of his Alaskan stereoptican viawa for the benefit of his audience. Will White's "li.al Issue" is now no its fourth thousand. The sheriff of Morton county is after the boys who match pennies It Is true that lngalls will write up the Carson prizefight. The matter will be classic. The municipal campaign has begun in Caldwell and the thicket, question is the issue. . Jerry Simpson says that in alls his legislative experfence no man has ever approached him with a bribe. The story is out that Chief Justice Doster cut his finger the other day and bled ice water instead of blood. lngalls reportod the inaugeration. Ho said he had risen from the ranks of the senators to the place of reporter. Miss Ilattie Smith of Atchison, has signed a two-year contract with An gustln Daly, tho theater man of New York. A Syracuse preacher delivered a Ber mon denouncing dancing but the cln! had a very enjoyable party juut tSie same. The Lawrence amateurs who are giving their show in Eastern Kansas towns charge the price of two bottles to get in. Miss Hatfield, a graduate of the New ton High school, is now trimmer in one of the big millinery establishments of Chicago. A poker game at Greeley cost the ' man who opened $5. He opened with a stove poker and the charge was as sault with intent to kill. Cheney people raided a joint and threw the liquor into the street. Ex cursions came in from surrounding towns to see the streets. Haskell coiinty people who did not get to the inaugural ball at Washing ton, had a masquerade at Santa Fc which answered the purpose. The only representation Kansas will have at the Nashville exposition will be made by Haskell Institute. People who attend the exposition will think Kansas is full of Indians. A McPherson county man marketed 47 head of hogs recently which brought him over $8,000. Some of them .weigh" ed over 000 pounds. Thats the kind of farming that pays in Kansas. One of the Indians in the employe of the Chilloco school who has been steady for years got an "Indian streak" on the other day and wandered off. When last heard of he was in Coffcyvillc. The fellows in this state who r.re running for something big with the idea that the administration in turn ing thcin down will mollify them with a smaller pluce, are going to get left. That scheme rarely works. A man at Sabetha has made the dis covery that grasshoppers are hatching out at a lively rate. He noticed the chickens apparently having a picnic, and upon. examination found they were filling up on young grasshoppers. He scooped up a handful and put them in a glass for exhibition. They are a lit tle larger than mosquitos, and as live ly as crickets. A Sterling man while at Hutchinson recently, placed his pocket-book con taining $40 under his pillow on going to bed. He forgot, all about his pock et-book when he returned to Sterling the next day. A chambermaid f3und it and left it at the hotel office, and in a few hours a telegram was received from the Sterling man telling of his loss. The pocket-book and money were immediately sent to the owner and now the Hutchinson papers are boasting of the honesty and integrity of their town and citizens. Word comes from Buhler, in McPher son county, of a hold-up of a farmci near there by two highwaymen, and $80 taken, all the money he had. They were traveling in a spring wagon and carried double barrelled shotguns. In speaking of the bill in the Kansas legislature to prevent conductors frotr flirting with female passengers, a Kan sas railroad man says that conductors, as a rule, never visit with a womac passenger unless solicited, and in that case the conductor is usually asked U listen to some tale of destitution. The Garden City' man who prefers prayer meeting and choir practice tc dances and ice cream parlors won't run well at a city election. ' - i - People. can sometimes be to-inqutsi-tive. A stranger came to Kinsley last week and loitered about town.'" 'The authorities spotted him. killed a man in Illinois," the man said. ' "And ,was convicted., The judge gave me the choice of - a life sentence in the pen or six months in Kansas and I chose Kan sas." The officer, like the young man in the Bible, went away sorrowful. United States geologist, Williard D. Johnson, is at work in Meade county examining the rock and earth forma tions. At Emporia a repairer named Ander son discovered a break in a locomotive. He crept under it to examine. The en gine started up and Anderson got hold of a bar and remained there until the engine ttopped. Burglars went through the town ol Douglass last Saturday and made away with the 15 cents which they carried ia a tack. WITHOUT PARALLEL. , Never Such a Storm Uofore That of Thursday Night. Chicaoo, March 8. The storm which raged throughout tho Middle West on Thursday night stands 4inparallcled, not onlv.for tho great extent of terri tory over which it ranged, but for the amount of water precipitated. At Cincinnati, the rainfall reported by the weather bureau of this city amounted to 5.38 inches, and floods are reported from every telegraphic station, from Pittsburg on the cast to Kansas City on the west, and from the lakes to the northern boundary of Tennessee. At Cairo, 111., several buildings were un roofed, and one dwelling was blown down, causing the death of an infant inmate. Throughout southern Illinois, Indi ana and Ohio the damage to railroad property, in the form 3f washouts, making traffic impossible, and in the wrecks caused by the softening of the roadbeds, is immense. A not inconsiderable loss to the peo ple, as a whole, will be the washing away of bridges and roadways, which have been built up in tho rural dis tricts at a cost of millions of dollars, and which in many cases have been totally destroyed. WRECKED BY A LANDSLIDE Ktlssourl Pacific Train Ditched at Hon not' Mill, Mo. Bojjxot'b Mux, Mo., March 8. Mis souri Pacific passenger train No. 4, which left Kansas City at 1:30 p.m., was wrecked near here at 7 o'clock last evening, twelve miles east of Jef ferson City. The engine plunged into a landslide, telescoping the engine, tender and mail car. It set fire to the mail car, which in turn set fire to the baggage car, and both were complete ly consumed. One man wa3 killed and his body cremated, another was fatally burned and a third badly injured. The dead: W. A. Rosenbergor, Illoomington, 111., aged 30, single, body consumed. The injured: Edward Lusman, fire man, aged 28, married, St Louis; pinned under tender, body crushed and cooked from waist down, inhaled steam, will die. Frank Lauber, engineer, St. Louis, ribs broken and head hurt, will re cover. Traffic on the road was delayed for fifteen hours. THE POCKET VETOES. Will Entail Great Inconvenience fiilesi Extra Soss'.m Makes Appropriations. Washington, March 8. The failure of .President Cleveland to sign three appropriation bills, tho sundry civil, agricultural and Indian, and the ina bility of Congress to agree upon the general deficiency bill, will entail much unexpected work upon the extra session of the new Congress and pos sibly may delay, to some extent, the enactment of the new tariff law. The regular appropriations for government service anil public works carried by all of these bills except the deficiency are for the fiscal year beginning July 1, ao that to repair the failure of the bills it will be necessary that they be re-enacted before that time, or that res' kHions bo passed continuing for a fctatct time the allowances for the cur rent year. ' A WONDERFUL SHRUB. Grows on the liiuika of tho Gtiages and Cures Many Jloillly Ills. One of the latest botanical discov eries of interest to seekers for health is called ,Ikavfe, from the Kava-Kava shrub of Iadia. It if. Ijoing imported by the Church Kidney Cure company of New York, and is a certain cure for several bodily disorders. The Kava Kava shrub, or, as botanists call it, "Piper Methystieiim," grows on the banks of the Ganges river, and probab ly was used for centuries by the natives before its extraordinary properties be came wr.ii to civilization through Christian missionaries. In this re spect it resembles the discovery of qul nine from the peruvlan ' bark, made known by the Indians to the early missionaries in South America, and by them brought to civilized man. It la a wonderful discovery, with a record of 1,200 hospital cures in thirty days. It acts directly upon the blood and kid neys, and is a true specific, just as qui nine is In malaria. We have tho strong est testimony of many ministers of the gosyel, well known doctors and business men cured by Alkavia. So far the Church company, No. 422 Fourth avenue, New York, are the only im porters of this new remedy,, and they are so anxious to prove its value that for the sake of introduction they will send a free treatment of Alkavis pre paid by mall to every reader of this paper who i:i a sufferer from any form of kidney or bladder disorder, Bright's disease, rheumatlnm, dropsy, gravel, pain in beck, female complaints or oth er afflictions, due to Improper action ot the kidneys or urinary organs. We ad vise all sufferers to send their names and address to the company, and re ceive tas Alkavis free. It ifi sent to you entire?? free, to prove Us wonder ful curative yowera. Ktar Pointer Brines Slff.OOO. New York, .March 8. James A. Murphy of Chicago bought the famous pacer, Star Pointer, record C:023for (15,000 a, the horse sale in Madison Square garden. Librarian Kins;' Daughter an Orator. Topeka, Kan., March 8. Emilie King, daughter of State Librarian J. Jj. King, won first place in the Topeka high school oratorical contest and will represent the Topeka- school in the State contest. Her subject was "The Wiimot Proviso." Redisricting- Bill. Topeka, Kan., March 8 It took the IIouso Just twenty minutes last night to consider in committee of the whole tta nntiirmcfiinniil rpH)i rwi r t inn m en t. Kill ind recommend 5 .'or passage. ' THE MELUNGEONS. 0. Strange I'rnplo Who Live In the Mnran tuliiM ot Tennessee. It is not (;pnerlly known, that In Llio mountains of Eastern Tennessee there lives u class of peculiar-looking people whoso origin is wrapped in mystei'V and who-uro caned uy inc whites Melungcons. They resent ;hls appellation and. proudly dcclaro :hat they are Portuguese. The legend of tlu'lr history, which ihey carefully preserve, is this: A rreat many years ago these mountains were settled by a society of Portu guese adventurers,, men and women, who came from the shore of Virginia Lhat they might b3 freed from the re straints and drawbacks imposed upon them by any form of government They made themselves friendly with the Jndians, and, freed as they were, from every kind of social government, they uprooted all conventional forms sf society and lived in a kind of Utopia of their own creation, tramp ling upon the marriage felat'.qn, (de spising all forms of religion and sub sisting upon corn the only possible, product of the soil and the game of the great forests. They Intermixed with the Indians and subsequently with the negroes, and thus formed the present race of Melungeons. They are tall, straight, well-formed people of a (lark copper color, but with Cir cassian features. They were priv ileged voters in tho old slave days and accredited citizens. They are brave but quarrelsome, and are hos pitable to strangers. They have no preachers among them and are almost without any knowledge of a Supreme Being. They marry by established forms, but husband and wife can sep arate at pleasure without meeting with any reproach or disgrace from their friends. They have but little association with their neighbors, and are in every respect, save that they ire under the jurisdiction of the Slate jovernmcnt, a separate and distinct people. N. Y. Recorder. A Miraculous Uscapo. Diirincr one of the irreat eruptions nf F.t,n:i a tremendous stream of lava burst forth from tho side of the mountain, and descended towards the town of Catania, threatening it with destruction. The terror-stricken inhabitants brought their patrons, St. Agatha, to avert the impending catastrophe, but their prayers tor a while seemed all in vain. Closer and closer crept the dreaded lava stream, before whose powerful thrust even the town wall must give way, when lo: amiracie. A few inches from the wall tnc stream was arrested in its progress, and bean to pile itself up in a heap. Iliohernncl hiirher it crew, fed by fieh lava from behind, until before ir, had nu tc coo cd and hardeneu it had actually overstepped the wall. St. Airatha. as miizht be expected, obtained the credit of this miracle, as it was thoutrhtlto be; but science very soon alter robbed her of it. T.nva. it has been discovered, is mil of gas, which gushes out in little jets and so strong are these jets that the lava actually blew itself back from i ho wall, and as the wall was luckily strong enough not to bo blown down. the lava kept on blowing itseir uach. till it had time to cool. Some Salo Disinfectants. There are many good disinfectants, writ"s Elizabeth Robinson Scovil in the third article of her scries "Life in the Invalid's Hoom" in the Ladies' Home Journal. Each physician has his favorites. Different kinds lire repaired for different purposes. Some will stain clothing, while oth ers arc harsh aud disagreeable foi personal use. Cheap and efficacious ones are: CoDpcras, one and a half pounds tc a gallon of water. Snlnhiit.e of . nc two ounces, anil the same quantity of common salt, to a gallon of water. Sulphur. lioracic acid, two ounces to a gallon of water. The copperas solution should be put into vessels before they arc used by the sick nerson". the discharges cov- ered with it before they are emptied, and a pailful thrown down ine water closet two or three times a day. II an earth-clos3t is used it should b plentifully sprinkled with dry cop peras. , An Impromptu Duet. Not many audiences have had an opportunity of seeing Signor Foil, the famous basso, break down in a public performance. The public ol St. Helena, Lancashire, were, how ever, favored iu this respect one even ing a year or two ago. The famous vocalist was singing "The llaft," when, In its innocence, a child at tempted to organize an impromptu duet. Unfortunately the next line in the song was, "Hark! what sound is that which breaks upon mine ear?'' This so tickled the risibles of Foil that he burst into hearty laughtei and lert the platform, followed bj his pianist. Twice he attempted tc sing the song, but could not. ' Th incident created great amusement amongst the audience. " Coal Icpots in Mexico. . , Considerable attention has been at tracted to the reported discoveries ol coal in the Huasteca (Vera Cruz,) bi tropical district lying on the eastern or gulf side of the mountains which line the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The existence of coal in these locali ties has been known for a lornr time, and it appears that the matter has been taken-up by a syndicate of Eng lish capitalists who have sent experts into tho region. It is asserted that the latter have pronounced the thick ness and extent or the deposits to be very great and the coa! to be of the best quality. 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