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WM. STRYKER, Editor and Proprietor. T8SUED every Thursday ud entered for 1 transmission by mail at second class ran $1.09 PER YEAR IN ADVAINXE Thursday, November 8, 19U0. Tue report ui ilie?upcriuici.dcunI ' the 0?aatoujie, Kis., .n-ane asjluiu show? th il t ij?ot en c iu tesiu ast ern tvaD?'ts uave furuisiitd iuor.j. iu.hi 1U0 paueuts each Uc u.e lusu.u.ion, as toiluws: Leaveuortu, 222; An derson. 123; Atchis n, ill; lioii.bui, 185; Lheroaee, 191, cuwiuj. 11; Craw- loru, 174; D.nigl..s, 140; truutii u, Joliosuu, 131; La reite, 12: Lluu, 14u; Miami, 200; Neosho, 12u; Oe, 102; SedgwieK, 155; auiuucr, 122. Wyan doite, 271. Tuere are no . 1,0-7 patients in U.e asylum 501 males auu 526 female-. Caiacas, V tuiuuo was vnited by a severe earthquake rccciuiy. Fifteen persons weie -uied auu tuauy uineia injured. Uieut damage was duue lu bulidiQi iaciudiiig me Pauiueou aud tue C3Uicnei. Tue Uuited 6. aies egatiuu was uadiy damaged, c-ut all lie occupauts escapcU uuuui .. t'lea -leut Casiru, viiu icuUii ifuw a uai luuy oq Me seouuu floor of theguven neut house,, iiau uue ot lust 3roKen. Mr. Wiilum Henry Duveton Haggard bad a nariu escape, tli. oecuod floor of Ltie Uritish legation having falleu upjn hiui aud burien bim la the debris. Tne city of Uara cus, whicQ lias frequently suffertu from earthquakes, was visited last July by a series of seismic uisturu ances, which did great damage io properly. loan address delivered in Bosun last week, Prof. James M. Brails saiu that $:13,00J,0J0 was :iveu uy private Individuals last year to colleges versities and tecimioai scuoois lu tue United States, and that liuie ol it was the result or begum,'. Much ae derived frum ucexpecled source-, tihowing tu'3 uigii ifputatiou ot Aiuei Icau :oiieges lur investiug their gilu wisely aud u?iug iii"in exclusively to advauce tne cause ol eoueutiuu. It oltth happens that large gifts cojjt: from mm who had but a brief school ing in their youth anu felt thd deiic ieucj in later years. The best men are lound willing io give their services t: husoaud aud txtend the cali rt nurces of ' lusUlu:.ious of learning; and it is only iu i he rare;t iDsianccs that school or college funds nave oten miSHpplied or placed within the reaci of scheming politicians, to oe jut;g,etl'!,'iifl1,(),,ivt; bet n run than in an into notlnuL'nt'ss. "The Oklahoma upoi '.uuit.'' i the title of a new i.u i vmon jost Issued by the passner department, orth3'il.ciC Is. an J railroad. Tne new book is a vaiua'ole one ami ot as exciiisivelv with the Kiowii. Com anche and Apacne reservation, wlucn j js suon to be op? ned to puol io settle - nient. Toe conteits of tne book is made up )f facts regarding the reser-1 vation, its laws, how to obtain home, the climate, resources, and contains a general description of the country. A large map is folded in the back of the book, aud shows the;? tnrannn of I Iia rpsprvwr.inn anrl snr. KD0W rounding 'country, together with :WmPton are inflamed eyes, throb towns located, course of rivers, Wich- temples, ringing noises in the ita mouutains, et:. The Rock Island has the only line into the reservation j its route lying within the reservation several miles south of the north! boundary line, distribution. Tbe book is for free . The smallest navy in the world is riches and vitalizes the blood, you that of Morocco. It consists Of one: may expect to be completely and per vessel, the Hassani. Until recently, jmanently cured. The good blood the peculiar feature of the warship' which Hood's Sarsapanl a makes, was that It bad no guns. The sultan, . reaching the delicate passages of the Abdul Aziz, bearing of the French mucous membrane, soothes and re preparatloos agaiost the Moosish era- builds the tissues and ultimately pKe, resolved to nave bis military and i tiavai rorces in readiness. He sum moned Captain Benson to him to re organize the navy. It was a welcome order for the "admiral," as old Ben M'O is called, as it gave him tin opf.or i unity to go abroaa and show ins en Fiun hi foreign waters. He proceeded to Lad i z, bought four of the lightest fleck guns that the Americans Wtthi Spaniards at the clo?e of the late war. had them mounted and then returned to his master to report tint, he w s read j for aciion. The sultn i pppcted the bargain, found It. goo. and gave the re-organizer, who fs "o- longing for a good scrap, an. extra gratuity. Thii signature is on c-e-y box of the renulne I x! r r. ; )!' n ne Tablets tbe remedy that - in n day The application of Frank Juarbe, a Porto Rican for a peremptory writ of mandamus, directing the board of registry in New York to register him as a voter on the ground that he be came an American cit izen by virtue of the cession of Porto Rico by Spain to the United states, has been denied by Judge Freedman In the supreme court. Justice Freedman, in his opinion, cites article 14 of the consti tution of the United states, statinu that all persons born or nat uralized id the United SMtes and subject to th Jurisdiction tnercof.are citizens of the United States, and the stnte wh. r they reside. Themovin? papers, he says, show that Juarbe was not born in the Un:ied States and do not show that he was natualiz-d. Justice Freedman, in his decision, sas that the treaties taking ovi'r the island of Porto VAm did not make the inhahi tnt,8 of the territory cit izens of the Un'terl St tes. but. on the cnatrsrv, left the determination of their civii rights- and of their political statu tn the future action of congress and, he iy. cnn?rps has not vet acted. He therefor denied ths m.ition to cora rel.thebard of registry to enroll Juarbe. Editor Sees Wonder. Editor W. V. Barry, of Lexington, Tenn., in exploring Mammoth Cave, contracted a Fevere case of piles. His quick cure through using Bucklen's Arnica Salve convinced him it is an other world's wonder. Cures Piles, Injuries, Inflammation, and all Bodily Eruptions. Only 25 cents at F. B. finyder'i dmg atore. A. A. Gudad, attorney general Friday ruled mat jurtges of elec tion are not authorized to pi nee their initials in tue Order of the officii ballot, as bas been the practice fur several years. The matter was orougbt up by a mail wuu wished to know if it wa abso Uteiy necessary luat it oe done and whether i bain t i ic not m irkeJ would be leg!. MiTGod ara m ni- niiiuiiiria.il that "he lav, as it-c nt:y ui- ndei, li i- thing in It t Jutlldi-.Z-i tue pr i t c -. ' Six Frightful Failure. Six Wrible failures of six different doctors nearly seat Wm. B. Mulieu, ui Loekland. u to an eariy grave. All s tid lie had a fatal luug trouble and that be must soon d,e. But he was prged to try Lr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. After taking five bottles he was entirely cured. It is positively guaranteed to cure all dis ease of Throat, Chest and Lungs, in eluding. Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Pneumonia, iironehiiis, A-thin a, liay Fever, roup. Whooping Cough.. ;50c and 51.00. Trial bottles tree at I. li, fcnytier's drug store. The government i s.ni bringing stranded miners hotua from Vi Nome. The IJuited aiaies trausp.tl Lawton an ived at Seattle Satu u.i nfteruoon witu over. 60- - sirandeu miners, brought nown at tn- exnei.se of the giiverument. One man, James O'Brien, uied at sea ja.-i at the L lou was arnviug at Dulcu llaibor. He wan about fifty .tears of age ana from p. oeis fuuud on ins person it. is thought that he was a seaman. Two persons, James Carpenter and Charles Biuer, lost their reason in the. forth and will be placed in the insane asylum at Stenacooni in Washington state. A detachment of twenty soldiers came dwn on the Lawton to preserve order amnriif the passefufi-rs n case of t.rouni The Lawtnn sailed fn m Nome n Oc!oh. 15. How are your nerves? If voti are easily "fl llstit.pd ''.-arTf. slppn anil fepl unrefrohed in the mornin"-your nerves are weak, lloods Sar.-,aparilla mtkes the nerves strong by making the blood rich ana pure. Sick headache is cured by Hood's I'lUS. .'.c. It is said that, elforts are being maue by the passerjger managers ol -tveral viesttrii railroads to have i t pular expulsion rates a'jnlishtd. Just what tps the passeuger officials Pave taken is not known, but it-is liii'Uaht that early next spring tliev will recommend that thes reduced 'riffs he permanently withdrawn. Within the last twelve months more of the so-called p mular excursions ate ) ev lou enr in tne nisi.ory.or rai -toad operaiiuiiw in the west. While the excursions, generally spetkirnj, Ii:ivp result"1 in material additions to rV' nups, the passenu'r men are of t!i opinion that they will havn a m ir or !es depres-inL' eff ct. upon flip rir'iiar 'Vifiter t.ratlie. The rail- rn;rl men thiKe thnt, a grp;it, nmnv ' people who- patronize these nw-rte (''xr.nrsinn; rlo n it travel when notl- me short of regular tariffs can be obtained. Vhai Would You Give cured of catarrh? If vou or To be your friends have this disease, you how disagreeable it is. Its :nT"T . V PP ! ' ,lZla V msl IT" I' ISn 1 , f fit y?7.1TfvHuthaUwl11 cure is not a qut stion of illfti the t constitutional reme. dy, which thoroughly purifies, en- cure symptoms ot catarrh. At preseot the demand for coal by the worldV great industries is abeaa of tli supply; bow long it will keep so rerualbs to be seen. Certainly the period will b shortened, so' far Gieat britain is concerned, If Ameri can coil canoe Imported at a suffi ciently low price iu other words, when American shipowners, or, fail mg them, coal owners themselves-, find It worth their while to build ocean colliers on a sufficiently largr scale. The average cost of c"l per ton at the pit bead In the United States Is given on a computation based tin the ret urns for 1896. as 4s tf1 per ti n. as compared with 5s. lOid. in tbe Unite! K'nedom, 7 lid in G-rmany, 7s. 7 in Blum, 8 8d. in France, 5s. 9i. In New outP Wales, 10s. In N-w Z aland, and a 'ration over 5s. In Japan. If, ther? fore, American coal ownpr? car. senrcelv yet hope to break, with any rr.fit to themselves, the proverbial record of "sending coals to Newcastle" the have still other r-onntrles opfn othem As compel ltltors, BritlHh coal sellers are already beginning to tp mure severely than may be pieamnt. the presence of American oal in nurkets ii which English coxi hao hitherto been supreme. F. saton Srmwflnn, In The Engineering MHgHzine for Nrtvembor. Tiiin-ix sheriffs from all parts of the state met In Topeka Thur sday- in as;) c'l session. The meeting was behind closed doors and the business wou d not be disclosed. It Is known. noever, that the question of forminji new puns f0r tie purpose of con certid action in the catching of criminals was discussed. F.-i years the practice of sending lUipistalcardsuaon which are the descriptions of stolen propeity, has bpen in use. This method of recovering stolen ifoods has been veiy onsalisfact iry. It was proposed Thursday to pay Tot space in a Kansas daily newspaper and have a column reserved for tlu advertising of stolen property. It this custom should be established each sheriff would know where to look for the description. The system would be much better than the send ing Oi postal card?. Another discussion which came up before the meeting was that of get ting legislation to provide deputies with mlleaee. The regular meeting of tbe asso ciation win be held near the last of Dve-nVr, when these sub jects will be discussed further. Tbe Jordia Case. The suit of Mrs. Estella Jordan agaiustLer sli-da'Mer, Mus Oliie Jordau, growing ouj of tue estate left by tbe late W. II. Juidan ol Guene township, wascomprv iniscd y.-steiday afteruofn. W. II. Jordan dieu wi Minor, leaving awiittenwnv he ow.mi 320 acre of laud and some personal property, and earned t7,00j in trateruai life in-iiraiice. The insurance aspa)t O.o to .Miss Olne Jordan ami acl.ud that died b-tore Mr. Jordan's death. Bnfore Mr. Jordau died, however, o riquesieJ his itaugnirr io mane uii equn.able division of the properly alter all his debts were paid. After the deots weie paid there wi noth in? left exivpt the lire insurance. Miss Jordan if.ive her stei-moiher $1.25Uof tins, money tlOO si.oti after the death of her l.iincr and $1, 150 with which to purciia-e j he . home on .Vortb Washington avenue. ! - Mrs. Jordan being unab e to ?cure any more f tue jnsurauee money, nroiU'iiUsuit lur a widow's share.or 'he-ha.t of the 17,000, and o;i - talf of tue remainder as ine.-lMie of I e child iiuru after the rti-ath of M". Jordau, aniouutiiig alloKt-'her t.o5 2.')0. The suit was lo come up i"r trial before .hioe Mclirioe vesterday afternoon, hut. the parti. a r ched a con promise and it will b di-ruissed Undi-r H e l-fi to- ' f n,e "mri'omts-Mr-, .lor.ian I- . e".-i v-1 1.775 as hr shan, $1,250 of wlncr. she has alreadv received, and the chPd is to receive I375. Miss Jordan gets the remsinirtu 14.850. Shehas piid iff the $2,800 mortgage in the Greene township fa-ni ar d now nwi.s it., clear of in cumbrance, and will get the proceer.s of this year's crops. The kidneys ore small but import ant organs. They need help occasion ally. 1'rickly Ash Bitttrs is a suc cessful kidney toMc and system regu lator. E. Hayes, Druggist. ; The fact that the Chimse exclusion act will expire wit'iin a year hiid a half Is already bitming to cans anxiety amoujr workl'iL' men Acc.id inu to th" cen-us of 1 Si) J Mi" wer 1,00. OCO Chinanreri in the. 'United Stites. The rt'niat.es of the number to re now tun fr. ni this ficure to 70- Ofio- For the serious disi-asr-s that attack the kidneys, Prickly Ash Bitters is im unfailing remedy, relieves backache, swelling of "the feet and persistent headache symptoms .which ihdk-atc kidney trouble. E. Hayes, Lruggist. if your children are fretful, peevish and crpss. mother the same, ditto the boss, it would beom proper to give 'em all Rocky Mountain Tea. 3.1c. RoVt,. Murntiv ot WiMiniJion. nrrh. ea at home Tnurd iy afier t.o yeais' residence in ineiam ais mi n ukoki.ui region in Alaska. He win vsit, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Murphy, until January,, when he will ut mi to Dawson Cilv. ' Mr Mnriihi' owns a niininir i-hiitn on Cleiir creek 'n t he new S'wart. gold region, recently diso iWiVii. The rush to C.ear creek i-omnienced a fe weeks be'ore Robert started home. Ha went. thpri .ilid spetiri-r) :i i-.'uini and will open it up when he goes back nxo spring. Robert has been in Dawson City since last, winter, eriuii; ed in mining Prior-to that iimi Iip was lorateri at, a iradirip nnst. on dip trail. He t-ays the Klonrtika is a greH c lun'.ry.'anf is much in love with th" phifo. His healt h was p .or when he left AV -liington t wn Vfari ago but it, is as good as it, can be now. Th" trin from Daw-on Citv to Wellington occupied a month. There is Drobablv no disease more distressing and annoying than piles. iaoiers jmctceye rue umtment is flaily curing cases of years' standing of itching and bleeding piles. The Lure oegins on me nrsi application, a little nrrseveranoe m nice 4 thu iMirt. comnlete. Price. 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. A. M. Stanley. - The suit of Alice Njhen lor a di vnrce from her huso, n l, Andv N- berg, was on trial in the ds rut tour beforeJudge W.T.McBrideTnu s1a. Th sist ie tl irdin 1iof1hecase.lt wa- Brst tried before Judge J. T. H en !!. at the close of his term In M9. Judg. Metric c refused to grant tin- divorce for the, reason that he believed : reconciliation could be affected, the defendant having made overluns toward that rnd. SYMPTOMS LIKE THESE- BELCHINC, AD BREATH, BITTER TASTE, BLOATING After Mal, HEARTBURN, BACKACHE, HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, NERVOUS WEAKNESS, LOW SPIRITS, Indicate tad digestion, a duordred system and failing state of health. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a positive and speedy cure. It clears the body of poisonous secre tions, cleanses the blood, aids diges tion, strengthens the kidneys, purifies the bowels and imparts' renewed tnergy to body and brain. Geo. K Aur, me new sup r.nUi-u- run in vue j iw uivis oir1 y rn S.n.tt b; with heaoqu trier at. vei Mm.n. was fn theoty h 29i h on a tour of inspection and to becom acquainted wuu tbe iiia fe ou-i-ness ut this point. Mr. Ayer was act ing as assistant superintendent. San Marrial, N-w Mexico, bef.-r-' Lik ing charge of this px-K ion. He is thoroughly cquainu-d with tin wants of tbe cattleman, is a. ha"1 worker, nnd wil uc lonnlo'liv fiv he best, of satisfaction to the patrons of the Santa Hp ni ide t l is 1 fti islw.rr eai wiine in the riti-. Wood ward Nflw. Job Couldn't Have Stood it If he'd had Itching Piles. They're nica Salve will cure the worst case of Piles on earth. It has rnrpd tVmn sands. For Injuries, Pains or Bodily r.rupiions us tne nest salve In the world.. J rice. 25c a box. Cure guar anteed. Sold by F. B. Snyder, drug gist ' For Sale Cheap, a new Winchester snoi gun. inquire at this oifice. JelhO, The New Dessert, pleases all the familv. Four flavm- Lemon, Orange, Eapberry and atrawuerrv. ai your grocers. 10 cts. Try it today. The Voice Fre.- for Six months. We will give a whip such as ordinarily sells for 50c to any one bringing in a new six months subscripiion and 50c. Get us a subscriber and yourself a whip. Subscribe for the VOICE. 25 cents for four months. Stamps tr.ken. The Voice is crecared to do first-class job printing on short notice. See us be- lore naving work done, bend in copv. rnces win oe me lowest given lor good work. Hetid-ihe. Mr. .1. Ensing, a prominent citizen of Kalamazoo. Mich., says: "A box of Krause's Headache Capsule wore handed to ire and 1 have used them. I hey cannot be recommended :oo highly, touid not po.-sibly do wit!. out them in my house. I recommend them to all sufferers with this lon-.mon though terrible complaint.'' Sold ty C. W. Schwinn, druggist. loan tLe oi2 f.i?ii i: ': ' h' 'v$ Bsff Si?natoi if 'i? f-?; C',-J.l 0, beauty what a powerful weapon thou art The brav.-st men fall at thy feet. No wonder women take l.oelvy Mountain Tea to prolong that joyous spell. ' ' 1. C. .Seely and family c.nn' up fro,-, Newklrk this tiioriifi.g to live l, ere. 1 hy wit reope'i the Cit.riy li i h--r wl ifh Mr. Mely formerly conduct' rl iiti-. What Slnll We Have for De-sert? . This ouebtion arises in the familr every day. Let us answer it today. Try slell-O, a delicious dessert" Pre pared in two minutes. Nc baking! add hot water and set to cooL fla vors: I.emon, Orange, Kaspberry and straw Derry. At your grocers. 10 cts. John Ihiiger arrived in the cit i''iiday from Benedict, Ks., calleo ov ihe dangeious llihess (f his sPter. Mrs. L. Irwin, living s utheast o WeuiDtoti. Mrs. Irw.n is not f- peited to live. Marriage Licenses. I Arthur F Heasty, 23 May field ( Ella M. Vandervoori, iO.... Coibm 1 J. R. Scarborough, over 21. B. Plain llaltie A. Daly.over 21. Belie P.aiu. I Wm. A. Ruth, 31 WelUnttin Myrtle B. Jenkius, 23 Binman Rev. J. W. Fimse, who until recent ? was a member of the Wicmta pre byteryof the Cumberland Prtsbtei to chinch, joined the Uklahotna coh erence of the Methodist Ep.scopa church last week at Eni1, O.T. Thousands of. testimonials could be furnished to prove what Lichty's L'ouirh Cure has done in curin? concnis colds, c.roup, whooping., cough, throat and lung complaints, but by purchas ing a. 25c bottle you will be more quickly convinced that it is a medicine of rare excellence and OLe that vnn should always have in the house. It is warrante! to cure. Sold by C. W. Schwinn. druggist. ' The Count oe Cast.- aio has b-'-i running 'brojti wnl t f Gould hp! lions so fast that h a been fou 1 necessary to appoint a Irus-ee n r Anna Gould Tire count has s ent Z million dollar m the lair, rour year , An I m porta n 1 I -iffc rence. To make it apparent to thoVsands, who think themselves ill, that they are not afflicted with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleans ing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manu factured by the California Synp of Figs Co. only, and sold by all drug gists, A Village Blacksmith Saved His Ui tie Son's Life. Mr. II. II. Black, the well known village blacksmith at Grahamsviile. Sullivan county, X Y., says: "Our little son, five years old, has always been subject to croup, and to bad have the attacks bt-e i ,tbat we havi feared many times that he would die. We havn had the doc-tor and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. Jt seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent does when the eronpy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled." There is no danger in g'rviogthis remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to Jan adnlt. For sale by all druggists. -Never- try to coax a cold or cough, use the remedy that unfailingly con quers both. Ballard's Uorehound Syrnp la the great specific for all throat and lung troublea. Price, 23 and 50 cents. A. M. Stanley. . COAL. I As in the past you will find it to your interest to buy 4 both soft ant hard coal of us. Xo one has a larger i variety, a cleaner btOek or gives. latger tons than we do. Yl"ilLumbei- , ..We want to fiur. o,t your -It: ruber bill because we'll get it if we do. Hard aud soft pines, . lath, shin- gles, cement and lime. Paving finri Builders' Brick and Augusta Stone F.A.RMSDEN WE WANT TO LOAN A Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) To the Farmers of Kansas this year, upon the terms indicated below. . , . , , Do You Want to Borrow Money on Your Farm? IF YOU DO Fill out and sign this blank ,and mail it to us. We will at once send one of our examiners to inspect your farm and quote you the lowest rate of interest your security warrants. We are in position to give you better terms than you can get elsewhere. Write for further information. WINNE & WINNE WICHITA, KANSAS. To be Filled Out by A pplicant WITH A LIAD FUIOIL To V7XKKI A WINNE, Wichita, Kai as. I hereby make application for a erea described ai follows: , Township .County,. the understanding that the loan is to be with the prlTllege of making partial payments to reduce my indebtedness In any amount at any time after one year, with rebate of Interest from date of payment. I want my Interest coupons sent tn in My farm hai -acres In cultivation: value the land at $. .exclusive My personal property is worth $ My postofflce address Ign full name, - 1- V write plain .. We have nothin r lint th aJIweask is a trial, lor a c! e.ip cud our Fic'elily is far ahead of the Weir City or Pittsburg and the tame price. Do not put off ordering your coal till a blizzard but come now. You see this man knows when he gets srnitthing through his head. So is everyone who buys our coal. , - 0 ' Yours Long-Bell C. W. KING, Mgr. loan of .upon my farm of ' , of Bange. -J of Section .with made for ten yi-ars. with annnal Interest and K Bank, ! for collection, acres In pasture. I of buildings and the buildings at I. My total Indebtedness Is Is. My age liyears. My wife's name is . and her age u 5 .Applicant 00 g t it throngh the heads f part of the people that our McAiister and Fideli ty Coals are the r , HOT STUFF. ln'.rli nrrL , "t a t: . 1 for Coal,, Lumber Co, Independent Phone No. 25. ';. j wi until J.