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TO AID NATURALIZATION.
flrvr Syntrm of Imm Ik ml lon lliirran Will Simplify Step* of Foreigners Id Uecomlng Cltlaens. An important part in the naturali zation of aliens will be taken by the immigration bureau, resulting from the adoption of u system for keeping a record of the newcomers. This system will simplify the work of the courts, will prevent frauds in the se curing of citizenship, and will tend to improve the character of those who contemplate becoming natural ized. Commissioner General Sargent has instructed the collectors at the vari ous ports to inaugurate a card sys tem, which will show when the im migrant arrives, from where he came, his destination, and other in formation which will enable the gov ernment to keep track of him. When immigrants apply for naturalization the court before which they appear will call on the immigration bureau for information in its possession rel ative to their character, the time of arrival and other data. This will he furnish'd and will enable the court to reach a decision in the matter. Congress has authorized the keep ing of tlie card system, but it lias not yet given authority to the courts t<> call for it, but the immigration of ficials stand ready to cooperate with the courts. Mr. Sargent will recom mend in his next report that c.in gress enact legislation necessary to formally put lids information at the disoosal of the court. CROSS OCEAN IN SMALL BOAT. Ciipi. Vininnn uml Son Succeed In He Hell I iik Falinunlh From Mew York City. ( apt. Newman and his son Edward have arrived at Falmouth, England, in the 3vfoot kerosene launch, .Min i Abbott Low, In which they sailed from New York, in an interview Capt. Newman said: “The launch lias proved herself a noble boat, hut we experienced awful time since we left New York. Several times, in terrible gales, we nearly lost our drag anchor, owing to the gear chafing away. We voyaged ,’1,103 miles. We had great trouble with the kero sene. because I lie tanks which held it broke and the oil hooded the cabin. Ms boy became dl and homesick. 1 suffered greatly from exposure and long sitting in one position. We spoka (lie American line steamer Kroonland in in id-AI lan t ic. After this we encoun tered a series of most severe gales, and the hardships were so great tiiat 1 feared we would not survive. We did not speak allot In r vessel until we met a fisherman tio miles off the Sicily islands. Those last till miles were (ho longest I eier ran in my life. I would not hesitate, however, to try the voy age again.” The voyagers rarely used the sail on tin- launch. ( apt. Newman lost 30 pounds in weight on the trip, lint Ids son seems to hav derived benellt from (lie experience. SURGEON TO PRESIDENT. Dr. <. A. 1.0 nil, of lll** I nltrri M !•*• Navy, Akulgmil to l.ooU After II o oar % fit's limit li. Dr. (ieorge Augustus Lung, sur geon, I nited States navy, lias been selected by the navy department for duty *s surgeon to the president, to succeed Dr. John K. I'ric, who was made assistant chief <■ f the bureau of in™ In in<- and surgery. Or. Lung was born in New York, and entered the naval service in IHB3. His excel lent record and active service coin ineiid.'d him to tin- navy department for ilia new assignment. lie was with tlie naval expedition to Samoa in l- oi, when a number of Ameri an seamen l.st their lives in an nil.ok upon hostile native,. Ilis gallant work with that expedition earned for him a special letter from Secretary Long complimenting him upon Ids hemic attention to duty, lie vmm later attached to the relief expedition to Peking and was spi . commended for Ills excellent service, lie is now on waiting or ders in New York, having been de tached from active service last De cember. ALASKA BOUNDARY MARKS. Aim-rlcnti Vrm> Knglnrprv I'ruvi 1 Dll puteil Territory .Never llelonueil tu lire si tlrtlHln. Skaguay advice* say tin- question of tin dcsl met ion of tin- old Unssiaii monument in the disputed territory liet ween Via ka and lit iliah Yukon has been settled. Lieut. Owens had found two inonu iii'ij- in perfect 11 pair and definitely located I in- pi, ll i w lie re a third one hud been deni royed. Owens also f mud an old stormhoiisi on Ihe summit. I his was culled the boundary house when tin- Russians occupied I lie country. This establishes beyond all doubt that Die Rui-sb . did occupy tin- terri tory now disput l and that tlie boun dary line, according to the treaty , is where tiic Americans claim it to he. V\ rl and llulld Tlirlr I uiiibi. Among the August weddings record ed in Milford, i’a., was that of George (jledbiil, t>o years old, and Anna .Mayo. T(i years old. The aged couple had been admirers of eaili other for dec ades, but it was not until their old age that they decided to marry Mi Gled hill is now spending ids spare time building a mausoleum for himself and his bride lie I.us already pr pared the tombs, and lias them suitably in scribed with headstones, with Ilis names of hitnst If and wifi- 'I in gruv r are within a stone's throw of their home. UPHELD AFTER A TEST. Despite Mach Opposition, the Arm) llrnard Adopts Favorable Report of DlsHppi-ttrlnK Gun Carriage. After mature deliberation and thor ough tests, the general carriage board bus adopted a report favorable to the disappearing gun carriage system as compared witli the barbette type. This report will be finished in a few d.iys and presented to Acting Secre tary Sanger. Should tlie report he ap proved by Secretary Root upon his return from Europe it finally will dis pose of the controversy over the Huf fingt nil-1 ro/.icr disappearing carriage, which caused sueli a fight in congress at the last session and resulted in tlie appointment of a special hoard to test the two systems. Tite decision of the board in favor of the disappearing carriage was the re sult of the last, day ’s firing of the six, ten and twelve-inch guns at Fort Wright several days when tlie record for speed firing was beaten. Capt. Richard I*. Davis, recorder of the board, recorded the intervals be tween tlie shots at each test, and in making up its report the board com pared the records of firing with the gnus of both systems. The report allows that the remark able firing of the ten-inch gun on bar bettes at Kandy Hook, when a base ball and football detachment fired ten sliots in about 12 minutes, was beaten by tlie ten-inch gun on a disappearing carriage at Fort Wright. The lowest interval between shots with the ten inch barbette was 104 seconds, while wit it ten-inch disappearing the lowest interval was 47 l-. r i seconds, and the mean interval in the tiring of 30 shots was 53 seconds. After the tiring of the fifth shot tlie primer stuck and caused a delay of 1 20 1-5 seconds. The record with the 12-inch gon at Fort Wright was equally remarkable, the mean interval of ten shots being only 5H 1 10 seconds, much lower than the record made witli the ten-inch gun on barbefte. The mean interval of fir ing with Ihe six-inch gun as shown by tlie report was 20 seconds. Ry comparing tlie records of tlie fir ing of the guns by tlie two systems, tLi- board concluded that the disap pearing presented greater advantages and that the firing at extreme eleva tion of the 12 and 10-inch guns on •Ii aj'penring carriages had no hud ef fect upon tin- carriages. I he importance of the hoard's deci sion i shown by the fact that congress in a pproprial ing money for coast de fense provided t hat no more disap pearing carriages should he purchased until n board of otlieers of high rank iiiadi a complete test and reported mi their comparative value with the barbette type. A kasi color wanted. Trl in in liik> for \e o Arm) I nllurmi l < niistnu Nome I.IHlr nmi.oii). Official information h;ik reached the war department respecting the color of the trimmings in the new uniforms to lie worn liy the infantry. At pres ent the hi lie of the cloth In of that light order which is known to the trade as "< il l." Mjis, literally t ranslaled, inenns “sky," Imt the color of the infantry trimmings is not, strictly speaking, (he “sky lilue" of the ribbon counter. The ipiestion seeiiis to he in the di rection of getting a blue of this shade that is solid or fast. It is doubtful whether the dyes can he so applied us to retain the shade and preserve it from fading into a green. The effect, however, of this lighter blue of the trimmings on the dark blue of the body cloth is not at all disagreeable, as might he supposed from a mere description of the com bination. It really harmonizes, and If that color wdl "stand" it will he quite acceptable. The difficulty, as already stated, U in keeping it from turning to a shade which will he decidedly jarr ring and esthetieally offensive. It is po slide that there may be a return to the white trimmings. DOG SWALLOWS DIAMONDS. One I Inina aml Hollar,' Uorih ~f It I IIS• On Down r IVI linn’s Tllrno/t. The value of the English bulldog Sport, owned by Mrs. Mi Master Mills, wifi ■if |ln president of the I'la/.a hank of New York, is not known,although it conceded that he is worth at least tl.iNio more now than he was. That is owing to the fact that the dog has se eieted somewhere in its interior three i“iamond rings which have adorned the hands of its mistress, hut which the dog look a fancy toand swallowed. Mi Mills, who is summering at (ireen wieh, Conn., went in battling, and be fore doing so took off the three dia mond rings and laid them on the dri cr in her room. When she re turned an hour after she missed the ling,. Sport was c.urletl up on the bed and appeared to he breathing hard. Mrs Mills saw dog footmarks on the dresser and suspected him. •(•■re II Via r la I in tin r raised. larly mas at Madeleine was a I tend ed by Queen Maria t hrinthimi and the Infanta Maria 1 heresia. During the • lb' lii'ii the pi n i officiating prr • 111 id tin- plate to the ijiieeii, but she carried no iimni y and her embarrass ment was only relieved by Duchess da Mini slipping a coin into the (jueen’s hand Queen Maria 'liia and her son, the duke of Oporto, and suite, have ar rived from England and are proceed ing to \i* sliorily I'll > Ins for Wsapa Cambridgeshire (England) fruit growers are paying children a half penny for every wasp they capture. AMERICAN WOMAN A COLCNEL Made So br ISr Governor of Georgia After the Custom In Voro In Germany. “Whom the kaiser loves lie first makes a colonel,” is a parody on an ancient saw which aptly describes the present policy of the German emperor in dispensing favor* among women. Time was when a post of honor in the imperial household or a jeweled order was the feminine badge of royal favor. To-day it is a commission in the Ger man army. The command may lie hon orary only, but it carries with it cer tain privilege* pleasing to a woman of military ancestry. At the head of the military women stands the empress herself. When she leads her regiment in review be fore the kaiser she wears the showy regimental ut ifortr of white with red facings. She accompanies her regi ment to tlie annual parades, watches its drills, frequently visits the men in their barracks, and calls upon tfie offi cers in the regimental casino. While it is said that the American women are the most progressive and the most exacting in the matter of having their abilities in ail directions publicly acknowledged, there is but one woman colonel in the I'nited States, and hers is a sort of courtesy rank. This is Miss Mamie 0. Morris, lieutenant colonel and aid of tlie gov ernor of Georgia. Miss, or rather lieutenant colonel, Morris hails from Chattanooga, and her appointment dates from a formal visit made to that tow n by the chief executive of Tenne*- see’s s/bter state. INVENTOR HAS ODD SCHEME. (Milonn Who llelieven He ll* Dls covered More KlTeetlve Method of Firing n Cannon. Army ordnance officers have in en asked to give their attention to con sider e. remarkable invention of an Ohio man, who believes he lias dis covered something which will con tribute to tlie dendliness of arma ment. The model which is submitted was a nickel-plated affair, sufficiently convincing in its operation in minia ture. The inventor places six guns between upright wheels, suspending them after the manner of tlie car riages in the Ferris wheel. Hy a simple mechanism different tingles of lire, the same for all tlie guns pi one time, may be obtained. It is proposed to rotate the guns, loading tlie guns in succession from a conveniently placed platform. The inventor believes that any caliber of gun may lie placed in ids wheel, lie hud left to the experts, however, the details of construction and such problems ns the distribution of weight. Ily the most casual calcula tions it was found that the 12-ineh guns which he proposes to lie thus placed and his wheels would weigh 3,000,1)0') pounds. This does not take into consideration tlie axle and tlie other incidental mechanism. BRITISH SOLDIERS IN WANT. I* roll I* in C’onf rout Inn Knul nn i1 of (ariiiM for 111 rli nrur <1 la a Srrloua One. The problem of caring for the hordes of dine barged soldiers in Eng land now cliiinoring for employment is even more serious than the trans port, remount and commissary scan dals, There is no question that the various relief organizations accom plished a vast amount of good throughout the war and they are stdl doing so. They disbursed lit erally millions of pounds sterling in aiil of widows, orphans and invalids, hut now the workhouses of the Ui.lt ed Kingdom are filled with time-ex pired men, and in all the hig towns masses of volunteers and reservists are vainly seeking fresh situations in place of those their employers promised to hold open till after the war, hut who did not do so. Strange ly enough, while the cities are glut ted with men out of work the farm ers in all sections of the country are reported to he lamenting the dearth of field hands. SEE PEERESS FOR CASH. |>ulll’ (Jlv*n ii" Opporl mi I ( > to \ Irw |.al> II hr lan I" II *•* Cos ro il h( lon Lady llnglan is enjoying the distinc tion of evolving the most up-to-date charity show. She agreed to place her self on exhibition during the after noon,' wea ring her coronation robes and coronet, for the benefit of tin local hospital at Beckenham, Kent. The modest sum of six cents was charged for admission to the hall where her ladyship was on view. The event was intended to he a quiet, sub urban alVair, but the newspapers gid hold of the story and I he hospita I au thorities, to reap the greatest benefit, I issued poster advertisements, an nouncing the appearance of the peer ; ess in in r robes and wearing t lie coro nation medal presented to her by King I Edward. The Tlmr to In view of King Eilward's stubborn ! ness it may be necessary for the gyp sies to give up fortune telling, says the Chicago Record Herald, and devote themseves exclusively to horse trad ing in the future. \ot ul l h ( iipl<r I uuirnl. The girl's mother says that story about the prince’s infatuation isn't true. Hut, asks the Chicago Keeord llerald, do girls' mothers always j Know V Ciulllol ltiril Hjr Trollry wire. While on the wing n pigeon was guil lotined recently In Card iff, Wales, by being caught between a trolley aud a power wire on the street railroad. Beware of the Knife. No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery, bat it should not be need except where abso lately necessary. In cases of piles for example, it is seldom needed. DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve cures quickly and permanently. Unequalled for cuts, burns, bruises, wounds, skin diseases. Accept no counterfeits. “I was so troubled with bleeding piles, that I lost much blood and strength," says .T. C. Phillips, Paris, HI. ‘De Witt’s Witch Hazel Halve cured me in a short time”. Soothes and heals. Schmidt Bros, and C. A. Qroffman. When a women becomes depraved she sinks to depths that would make the most abandoned man shudder. Not Doomed For Life ‘ I was treated for three years by pool doctors," writes W. G. Greer, McCon nellsville, 0., “for Piles, and Fistula, but, when all failed, Bucklen’s Arnica Halve cured me in two weeks." Cares Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns. Sores, E ruptions, Salt Rheum, Piles or no pay -25c at Henry Hinrich's drug store. Hoax—“l wonder why there are no women bill collectors.” Joax —"I sup pose it's because women's work is never dun.” A CARD. We. the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene’s Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your congh or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. Chas. A. Grofkman. Henry Hinrichs. “I am ashamed every time I take a chew of tobacco, ‘ a man said today, “Still, I chew.” DOUBLE TRACK TO THE MISSOURI RIVER. The Chicago & North Western Kyis the only double track line between Chi cago and toe Missouri River. Four trains a day Chicago to Omaua, three daily trains to the Pacific Coast and two trains per day ('hicago to Denver, with through Pullman service to points in lowa, Nebraska, Dakotas and to The Black Hills, Send stamp for booklet, “Only Double Track Road Chicago to Missoni i River” to W. B. Kniskern, 23 Fifth Ave., Chicago. We seldom repent of having eaten too little. Homk Seekers Excursions To Thk Northwest, West And Southwest, Via the North-Western Line. Home Seekers' Excursion Tickets at greatly reduced rates will be sold on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, June to October, inclusive, 1902, hi the territory indicated above. Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars, and ‘‘The Rest of Every thing.’’ For full particulars apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. Oct 9 New and Improved Service to St Paul and flinneapolls Via the North-Western Line To fur ther accomodate its many patrons en route to the “Twin Cities” from points north of Milwaukee, the Chicago & North-Western R’y now runs a Free Re clining Chair Car on the evening train Milwaukee, Via Fond du Lac, connect ing at Appleton Jet. with train leaving Manitowoc at 4:20 P. M., connecting with train leaving Appleton Jet. 10:25 P. M arriving at St. Paul and Minne apolis early the next morning, and con necting at Merrillan with similary equ ped train for Duluth and the Superiors. Like service southbound. This in addi tion to the Pullman Sleeping Cars which are run on the same trains daily lietween Fon du Lac and Minneapolis. Apply to agents Chicago audNorth-Western. Very Low Rates to San Franciso and Los Angeles. The North-Western Line will sell Ex enrsion tickets September 29, 30 and (>ctoiler 1 with extreme return limit un til November 15, inclusive, on account of Meeting N. W. D. A. at Monterey. Stopover privileges. Variable routes, Cullman Drawing Room and Tourist Sleeping cars, worldrenowned scenery. Apply to agouti Chicago & North West ern K,y. Hale hate Home Visitors’ excur sion Tickets to Points In Indiana and Ohio And To Louisville, ky.. Via the North Western Line. Excur sion tickets will lie sold at one fare for round trip for trains arriving at Chicago or Peoria on September 1), HI and 23, 1902, with favorable return limits. Apply to agents Chicago & North- Western Ky. RELIEF SIX HOUR*. Distressing Kidney id Bladder dis eases relieved in six boor I by the “New (treat South American .vidney Cure.” This new remedy is a gr jat surprise on account of its exceeding romptness in relieving qam in the bladder, kidneys, Lack and every jiart of the urinary pas sages in male or female. It relieves re lentiou of water and pain in passing!! almost immediately. If yon wantquick relief and cure this is your only semedy. Sold by F C. Buerstatte, Druggist, Man towoc, Wis. People sometimes think they are hav ing barrels of fun when they are only making fools of themselves. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestanls and digests all kinds of fooa* It gives Instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on It. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cures all stomach troubles Prepared only by E. C. De'Vitt A Cos.. Ohlcag) Tbosl. bottle contains IVt tin. s the 50c. size Schmidt Bros. C. A. Qroffman. If women were not so sentimental over old letters the alimony clause would not so often be a dead letter. W BOOK MAILED FREE. A. A, I FEVERS. ('onge.llon*, Inflamiua curbs HlonM. Luna Frvrr. Milk Fevrr 11. 11. )HPRAINH. Lameness. Injuries. cures ) Rheumatism. C. < /KORK THROAT, Quinsy, EpUootlr. cures S Distemper. craws ! WORMS, BU, Grub.. K. E. 1 COUGHS, Ciilda, Influenza, Inflamed cures (Lungs, Pleuro-Pneuiiionia. F. F. (COLIC. Bellyache. Wind-Blown, CCREB ( Diarrhea, Dysentery. G. Prevent. MISCARRIAGE. | KIDNEY dk BLADDER DISORDERS. I. I. 1 SKI\ DISEASES. Mange, Eruption., cures ! I leer.. Grease. Farcy, J. H.lllUl t OMMTIOV Staring Coal, cI’KKS i Indigestion, Stomach Stagger., 6X-. each; Stable Case, Ten Specifics, Book, Ac., ft- At druggists, or gent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Medicine Cos., Cor. William A John f treats, New York. A Chicago professor says that “bach elors are moral degenerates,” and the old maids wing the doxology. CITY LOTS. We have desirable residence lots on easy terms. MANITOWOC LAND & SALT CO. Dealers in a—^ Coal, Wood and Masonry Supplies. Quay Street, East of Eighth St PHONE 37 —tta Sunday Excursion Rates to Mil waukee. Every Sunday (luring the summer months the Chicago & Northwestern By., will sell tickets to Milwaukee and return at $2.75. Tickets good returning until Monday following date of sale. J. F. O’Bkikn. Ticket Agent. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY... of the United State*. W. E. TEN BROECK. General Mar. for Wisconsin and Northern Michigan. Suite 602-606 Pabst Building, MILWAUKEE. WIS. "Slrongosl la Iho World." A Good Citizerv Provide* for hi* wlf and children. Vr* mu! he go©* further lie provides for hi* widow and orphan* He provide* for hi* own old age Life Assurance forma an Ideal Investment for Uf man of family The Equitable 5 per cent. Gold Bonds (II th<> want. Let me tell you about them. A. J. SCHLOhRB, District Agent MANITOWOC, SHEBOYGAN DR. TURBIN Of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon. Who has vieited Manitowoc for the past SIX YEARS Once a Month, will again be in Manitowoc. Friday, Oct. 10th. 1 AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE TURBIM, Business Men Tuspidiiw it*j| €’Sjsr' All Cases He Undertakes Guaranteed. YOUNG MEN ” y°° -*• <>■•* with IVMJidIVJ DICIA nervous debility, slupld ness, or are otherwise unfitted for buslnes' or study, caused from youthful errors or excesses, yo'i should consult this specialist at onoe. Don’t delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MAMKIMPI There are thousands of you ITlrtltllMldllJ troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmistakable signs of nervous debility. Many die of this diffi culty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. A If HKF AtFt delicate nature—tn rtut. L/IJLnJLJ flammations and kindred t -oubles—quickly cured without palu or inoon \ jnience. PATAPPH "h' oll poisons the breath, 1 * stomach and lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, Liver, AmRW PniMTQ I Ist—The doctor gives his Tolniu! 2d—All business conducted Id—Names and pictures never published unless are bis friends. WRITF your troubles If living nway from city. Th msands cured at home by correspondence llßllu and medicine sent as directed. Absolute srcrecy In all professional dealings. Address al’ letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 103 Randolph St, Chicago, 111 ALL MUST GO. All of the Goods in our Shoe Store comprising all the STAPLE LASTS and BEST KNOWN MAKES Must Be Sold at Once Regardless of Cost, As we are GOING OUT OF BUSINESS One of the largest stocks in the city to select from. Three Reasons for Buying: of Us: Long Experience in the Shoe Business. Honest Dealings with You. Prices Almost Your Own. Burt & Stahl, Shoe Dealers. York Street. One Door West of Chas. Salak Cos. DR. F. H. QEHBE. DENTIST COR. BTH AND FRANKLIN OPP. WAtINER’S STORE r- - $ MLADA & MUELLER $ Ladies’and Masses’fleece lined combination suits at.. 50c /N Children’s fleece lined combination suits at 25c V We also have a full line of Gent’s, Boy’s and Children’s W fleece lined underwear at lowest prices. rtj rS 712 Chicago St„ betw. 7th and Bth. (Jj WALLPAPER See the Pittsburg Line Before Buying. th e L Exclusive Patterns A and I 1 fIiROPEAN 1 Only on sale at ARTISTS I ww CHARLES F. FECHTER’S SOUTH SIDE BOOK STORE. NEAR THE BRIDGE. I Heart. Kidney, Bladder and all constitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dyspeps'a, Diarrhoea and all diseases, of the stomach and bowels treated fat in ad-< vauce of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN Bf.VVlft?, Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eoxema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the sys tem In a strong, pure and healthful state, I AHIFt If you are suffering from persistent s-AvL/ILj Headache, Painful Menstruation. Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend your household and social obligations There are many women doing this to-day. However, a ;real many have taken treatment of this spe cie,lst, and he can refer you to those who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. He can give all the encouragement In the world and will cure you if you trust yourself to his care. personal attention to each Individual case, on a professional basis ami strictly confidential, requested to do go. 4th—The doctor's patients