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FATAL WRECK OF A TRAIN.
EUftneer Kill il uml Other ltadly Hurt
One Alan Iteported Mlaalns;.
Missoula, Mont., Nov. 11. The west
bound Northern raclfio . passenger
which left here at 8:15 a. m. waa
wrecked at Paradise Bluffs, seventy
miles ,west of here at about 10:30 a.
m. yesterday. The train ran Into a
land slide, ditching it. The engineer,
George Falrchild, of MlBsoula, was
killed outright; Fireman Frank Wal
don, of Missoula, was badly Injured,
I'uhimmI Forged Check.
Cleveland. O., Nov. 10. Frank E.
Norton, a traveling salesman of Bos
ton, Is locked up at the central police
station on the charge of passing forged
checks. A number of bogus checks
Iwere found upon his person when he
was searched by the police. Norton
Bays he comes from one of the best
families of Massachusetts and attrib
utes his downfall to 'drink.
Wiu. II. Yanderbllt'a Widow Dead.
New York, Nov. 7. Mrs. Mary Louise
Vanderbllt, widow of the late William
H. Vanderbllt, died at 1:30 o'clock yes
terday at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Eliott F. Shepard at Scarboro, in
West Chester county. Sfie was
stricken with heart disease and died
suddenly and unexpectedly. She was
75 years old.
WOMAN TO WOMAN.
Women are being taught by bitter
experience that many physicians can
not successfully handle their pecu
liar ailments known as female diseases.
Doctors are willing and anxious to
help them, but they are the wrong sex
to work understandingly.
When the. woman of to-day ex
f perienoes such symp
fS - toms as backache,
. ' 2far&it& nervousness, lassi-
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struation, pains in
Ecnsation, paliiiciition, "all
gone" feeling and blues?, she at onco
takes Lylia E. Pinklnmi's Vegetable
Compound, feeling sure of obtaining
Should her symptoms bo new to her,
she writes to a woman, Mrs. Pinkham,
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Lynn, Mass., who promptly explains
her case, and tells her jlre how to get
so many women are now
appealing to Mrs. Pinkham for advice,
that a scoreof lady secretaries are kept
constantly at work answering the great
f i volume of correspondence which comes
""VJff in every day. Each letter is answered
' , carefully and accurately, as Mrs. Tink
s hvam fully realizes that a life may dc
' ' pend upon her reply, and into many
and many a home has she shed the
rays of happiness.
Did you ever stop to hink what
you could do right here in Owosso
with a Five Dollar Bill? Did you
ever stop to think that Real Estate
values are as low as they will ever
' be, and that now is the time to
buy? Real Estate in Owosso will
advance 25 percent in valuation in
the next year just as sure as the
sun shines, and when the advance
does commence there will be the
gjeatest scramble for Real Estate
investments you ever saw. If you
wish to avoid this rush, go to . . .
Maple Ridge Park
pick out one or two of those ele
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for the advance. Five dollars will
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HISTOItf OF A AVEEK.
, Thursday, Nor. B.
The main building of the United
States Carriage company at Columbus,
O., was gutted by fire. Loss about $30,
000, covered by insurance.
Henry Seebeck, known to all the chil
dren of Pearl street. New York, as
"Santa Claus," fell from the sidewalk
Into an excavation and fractured his
Ekull, killing him Instantly.
Joshua Levering, the Prohibition can
didate for president, epent most of elec
tion day superintending the removal of
his household goods from his country
residence to his home in Baltimore.
Elijah B. Glenn, who celebrated his
one hundredth birthday a few weeks
ago, walked several miles from his
home to his polling place in Newark,
N. J., and cast his vote for Bryan and
A. M. Barnhart, president of Barn
hart Bros. & Splndler, type founders,
Chicago, came all the way from France
to vote, only to find that under the laws
of Illinois he was disfranchised. , He
had not registered.
Friday, Not. 0.
Because he was Jealous A. L.
Snook shot and klNed his wife at Kan
sas City. He then killed himself. The
deed was done in front of ahotel with
crowds of people around.
By a curious chance Senator John M.
Palmer has been elected surveyor of
Sangamon county, Ills. Nobody had
been nominated for the office by any
convention and the voters Just wrote In
A Singapore dispatch says that con
tracts have been signed at Pekln for
two Armstrong cruisers and four Ger
man torpedo boats.
Captain Hatfield, of Hatfield-McCoy
fame, killed Henderson Chambers and
John Elliott Rutherford, of Matewan,
W. Va., during a quarrel over poUltlca.
During a battle between negroes and
whites in Winchester, Ky., six negroes
were shot, four fatally.
Justice Stephen J. Feld Wednesday
celebrated his 80th birthday, receiving
Saturday, Nov, 7.
Some practical Joker has sent a
warning to some prominent New York
Republicans that if they do not keep
their pledges revolution will follow.
The fake is signed "The Red Hand."
Miss Fannie Viola Flnnegan, of
Spencer, Mass., slopping at Jackson
ville, Fla., shot herself and left instruc
tions that she was to be buried with
the revolver in her hand and in the
dress she wore when she committed
suicide. Her Instructions were com
Michael Carmody, a flagman at tha
Burlington tracks in Chicago, was In
stantly killed by a switch engine.
Carlos Martyn, the young son of Chi
cago's Parkhurst, was sentenced at Log
Angeles, Cal., to five "years in San
Quentin penitentiary. He pleaded
guilty of forgery.
Miss Stacla Li vlngston.of Almond Por
age county, who was elected county su
perintendent of schools, is the first wo
man who has ever appeared on any
county ticket in Wisconsin.
Monday, Nor. 0.
It ifl said at Sioux Falls, S. D that
Senator Kyle will be succeeded by J.
M. Goodykuntz, who has been during
the late campaign doing hard work for
the Populist cause.
The only important silver mine In
Nevada will at once open in full blast.
Two hundred men have been engaged
to commence work at once and others
wll be put on later.
David Dodge, a well-known western
lawyer, who for many years practiced
law at St. Joseph, Mo., waa found
dead in a chair at Perryt O. T. He
doubtless succombed to heart disease.
Miss Annie Corbin, daughter of the
late Austin Corbin, was married Sat
urday to Hallet Alsop Borrowe.
In the Jackson (O.) district most of
the coal miners have refused to go to
work at the cut rate, 45 cents.
The Wood & Parker Lithographing
company at New York has assigned.
Liabilities, $30,000; nominal assets, $C0,
000. Ll Hung Chang's celebrated coffin
which he carried with him on his re
cent tour of the world was burned re
cently in a fire on board the steamship
Tuesday, Nor. 10.
The Erie road has set to work In
its shops and in its construction work over
6,000 men. who had been laid off ever
since last June.
The general merchandise house of
Munzesheimer & Daube at Ardmore,
1. T., has assigned. Liabilities, $100,
000; assets considerably In excess.
The battleship Texas is again In
trouble. This time she is sunk In the
cab-dock at Brooklyn, owing to the
breaking of a sea-cock.
Judge Reagan was taken very 111 on
Saturday at Palestine, Tex., and great
alarm was felt, but the fever has left
him and he Is now considered much
Napoleon Sarony, the photographer,
died at his home at New York yester
day. Bettors in Kentucky who laid money
on Bryan are paying their bets.
Out of twenty-four governors elected
Nov. 3 the Republicans got the "baker's
Wednesday, Nor. 11.
McKinloy'fl official plurality In Indiana
The battleship Texas, which sank In
the cab-dock at Brooklyn, has been
pumped out and is all right again.
The ' Lumberman's association, of
Chicago, has advanced the prices of
lumber from 50 cents to $1 a 1,000 feet.
It is expected that the prices will go
A merry war Is looked for when the
next Missouri legislature selects a
United States senator. A movement
U on foot to choose Governor Stone in
stead of re-electing Vest.
It Is expected that the United States
corn crop will be somewhere near 2,
The body of John Komoroskl was
found In a cornfield near the drainage
canal at West Fortieth street, Chicago.
The man had been missing since Oct.
8. The police suspect murder and have
arrested Leo Tross on suspicion of
knowing something about the affair.
Rev. Alexis Berk, a graduate of the
i TTnlveraitv f Phlrnen. 28 vears old.
has been lost In the mountains of Mon- I
tana in a snowstorm, and; Is believed j
f liot'A rtarlaVn
to have rerlshed.
tluoltnr for Honey ln,Teaa.
Boston Evening Transcript: We have
aad wonderful weather hero for some
weeks past, cold at times, but no frost
for several weeks, and in consequence
everything ia in full leaf and bloom.
We seldom have such a spring. The
flowers are In the greatest profusion
and infinite variety the hills and val
leys are dressed in a coat of many
colors. The great white heads of the
Spanish daggers look" like ghosts aa
they stand around on the hillsides. At
a distance the leaves of the plant are
visible among the general green, and
the flower stalk stands tall and stately
with its load of creamy bells, the whole
cluster being often four feet from the
top buds to the lower flowers, and a
foot and a half in diameter.
There is another shrub with purple
flowers that is very much In evidence
just now; some of the bushes are cov
ered so closely with blossoms as to
leave only little places through which
the, crisp green leaves show. The flow
ersJare In clusters five or six Inches
long, drooping from the end of eaci
twig, and one must see them to havl
an Idea of their gorgeous beauty. Theri
are whole hillsides of them, too, piled
one tier above another. Still another
shrub with a flower the color of peach
blossom Is the most beautiful of all.
There are several large places on the
range where cedar brakes have been
burned, and they are almost entirely
covered with these bushes, and In look
ing over the tops of them on a level it
seems like a pink wall, with the old
black cedar trunks and burnt pines
looming over them In gaunt derision.
The warm weather brings the bees
out in full force, and I am more than
ever fascinated with the little insects.
I never see one sipping at a flower or
flying along in the air but he says: "O,
no, you can't find my house; others
you may find, but mine, never." And
forthwith I take up the challenge and
never cease hunting until I find it.
Though two or three years may pass 1
seldom fail to do so eventually, and
you have no idea what fascination
there is in it after one has experience.
I can usually, after seeing several beei
go home and after getting the course
laid off, run them home In a couple ot
hours, unless they go more than two
miles. It seems ridiculous to any one
who does not know their ways to make
such a claim, but It can be done. To
any eye except a bee hunter's a bee in
the air is Invisible. I question if many
people ever saw one flying, unless 11
was in the act of alighting on a flower,
hut they travel through the air as peo
pie travel on earth, and wonderful
powers of sight they must have. Be
sides that, there is no doubt in my
mind that there is an intelligent order
ing of the whole business of the hive,
and a means of communicating of on
with the others.
Sometimes I take a lot of comb with
a little honey on it, and set It on the
top of a hill, or in an open place where
I can see in all directions, and leave if
for a day or two, until the bees are
working at it strong, and can then run
them home in a little while. When 1
have leisure I stay and wait for them
to come, and encourage them by burn
ing a piece of comb every half houx
or so. If it is a warm, bright day ia
winter and the comb is within two
miles of a swarm, they will come be
fore the first hour is out. The first ona
always doubling here and there, fliei
in ever narrowing circules, until hi
finds the exact location of the sweel
smell; he examines it from all sides,
slowly buzzing around it, and finally
alights, inserts his long, slim tongui
in a drop of honey, sets his pump tc
work, and in a few minutes is as full
as he can fly. Slowly he rises, carefullj
scanning the Country as he gets higher;
so that he can tell the others the exacl
locality of his find, probably. As hi
gets still higher, he feels confidence,
and away he goes, slowly and carefully
but directly toward home.
I generally time the first bee, ano
can judge accurately as to distance bj
that, allowing about fifteen or twenty
minutes to a mile, going and coming
The bee never delays an instant, ex
cept to unload and make his report, and
then is off again. If it is a reliable be
his first report is heeded and three bees
or in rare cases four, are sent at once
after him, arriving at the bait a mlnutt
after the first one comes for the second
load. Once or twice I have seen the
first bee make two or three trips alone
as if his report had not been considered
truthful enough for others to be sent
to his aid. If the swarm Is at work
elsewhere there are seldom more than
twenty sent to the new place, but il
there is no more honey to be had they
keep coming in regular detachmenti
until, to the experienced eye, it is llk
a road to a populous town, and somi
are going loaded, others are hurrying
along to have a hand In the spoil and
seldom getting far from the beaten
track. As one nears the hive (tree oi
cave, as it may be) the coming and go
ing becomes Incessant, some high in
the air and others close to the ground;
but all busy and eager to be doing theii
share. And to think that to most eye
all this is invisible! In all the men
I have had here probably 100 Mexi
cans in the last three winters born
woodsmen as they are, and true sons ol
nature, only one can see a bee in th
air; another is learning the craft a
little with my help. Truly, one may
have eyes and see not!
Do not attempt to force a younj
child to walk. Let him obey his own
instlncta in the matter, and he will not
go far wrong, for as soon as he is strong
enough he will have the Inclination to
SIGNED THE TREATY.
SETTLEMENT OF THE VENEZUELAN
QUJ i :ON 13 COMPLETE.
Po-i nit-nt C o-nji!. U.! to the Satisfaction of
01uy ami l'titiiii-4 lon on Monday Ap
IioinU Km;; (Jm-.ir of M,vrdrn and Norway
the Man Who Will 1) ide the Case If the
Other Arlj.ti atora C'auuot Agree.
Washington. Nov 11. The belief ex
pressed Monday night by Lord Salis
bury that the Venezuela controversary
had come to an end received complete
confirmation on this side of the Atlan
tic yesterday in an official announce
ment by the Venezuelan boundary
commission that for the present at
least it would abandon the further
prosecution of its task of finding the
true divisional line between Venezuela
and British Guiana, and would make
no report thereon. The announcement
was worded with a saving clause evi
dently inserted as a precaution
against a possible hitch at the last
moment on the matter of details.
King or Sweden the Arbitrator.
But this does not tell all that has
been done, the matter has progressed
to the point of signing a treaty and ap
pointing the fifth arbitrator the one
In fact upon whom will Involve the final
Judgment. t The King of Sweden and
Norway, Oscar II, has been chosen by
treaty between the United States and
Great Britain as the fifth official arbi
trator of the Venezuelan boundary
question. The other arbitrators, four in
number, are to be designated, two by
the lord chief Justice of England and
two by the chief Justice of the United
States. This is the final and most im
portant feature of the treaty for the
complete adjustment of the controver
sy. The treaty was concluded In Wash
ington Monday night at the British em
bassy, Sir Julian Pauncefote repre
senting her Britannic majesty and Sec
retary Olney the United States.
Had Their Minds on Guild Hall.
Since the return of Sir Julian Paunce
fote from London three weeks ago ne
gotiations toward a final settlement
have been proceeding. Most of the
meetings were of such an Important
character that they were held either at
Olney's residence or at the British em
bassy, the two houses being but two
blocks separated. It happened that the
concluding meeting was at the embassy
Monday and special Interest was given
to it from the fact that Lord Salisbury,
the British premier, was to make a
speech at the Guild Hall, London, In
the evening. It is the annual event at
which the premier usually takes oc
casion to review the status of the most
Important International questions. For
this reason It was desired if possible to
acquaint Lord Salisbury of the final
and satisfactory adjustment of the
Venezuela question in order that he
might make such announcement as he
thought fit concerning It.
Cabled the Result to Salisbury.
When Secretary Olney and Sir Julian
reached their final conclusions a cable
gram was at once dispatched to Lord
Salisbury notifying him of the result.
It reached him within an hour of the
time when he went on the platform at
Guild Hall, and It was the basis for his
announcement to England and to the
entire world that the Venezuelan con
troversy was settled. It was a general
announcement, without detail and
without any reference to the personnel
of the court of arbitration. Thus Wash
ington and London participated in this
eventful scene by which the two lead
ing English-speaking nations reached
an amicable means of adjusting the
most troubesome international question
of recent years.
Cover Only Venezuela.
The treaty covers only Venezuela,
and the question of general arbitration
between the United States and Great
Britain is left to future negotiations.
As a king seldom leaves his country
except on state visits to other sover
eigns it is not expected that King Oscar
II will go outside of Sweden for the
meeting of the arbitrators, and the
court is likely to sit at Stockholm, the
capital of Sweden, where King Oscar's
palace and the halls of the Swedish
rlksdaj; are located. The choice of
King Oscar appears to have been a
most fortunafc one, as he is universal
ly regarded as a man of great attain
ments, of Judicial temperment and
of eminent fairness.
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' and Grandmother had
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Reader! Gathered from Here and There
Crimea Casualties and Other Occur
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Muskegon, Mich., Nov. 11. Two of
the victims of the wrecked schooner
Waukesha have been Identified. One
Is John Johnson, formerly of this city,
who leaves a widow and one child.
Where his family are now Is not
known. The mulatto Is Thomas Gay
ton of Benton Harbor, who leaves a
widow and a 9-months-old child. Ma
rine men have laughed at the idea of
prosecuting Dulach, the only survivor,
for mutiny. They all place credit in
his story, and the finding of a whisky
Jug among the wreckage proves that
there was whisky on board the vessel.
The coroner's inquest brought in a ver
dict of accidentl death.
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
supposed to be Incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment pronounced It Incurable. Science
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Washington, Nov. 10. The case of the
United States against the American Bell
Telephone company was argued In tho
supremo court yesterday. In some re
spects the case is regarded as among the
roost important before the court, as it In
volves tho validity of the Berliner patenta
owned by tho Bell company.
Holly Smith Won In Eight Hound.
London, Nov. 10. Solly Smith, of Los
Angeles, Cal., and Willio Smith, the feath
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England hist night to box twenty rounds
at 122 pounds for n purso of $2,500. Solly
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Department. Tborooth ayaiem of counting br a.t .ctnal tiKW
Int. RnalneM t'ntTrit Building. Iliv'ii.ni i riuaiovua
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nIHIVSell Your Produce at Home
WW llll II WHEN YOU CAN
AStrike a Better Market
WE RECEIVE AND SELL
POULTRY, VEAL, HAY, GRAIN,
WOOL, HIDES, POTATOES,
GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS,
01. ANYTHING YOU HAY HAVE TO SHIP.
Quick sales at the highest market price and
prompt returns made.W rite for prices, tags, ship
ping directions or any Information you may wast.
SUMMERS. MORRISON A. CO..
Commission Herrhanti, 174 Soutk Wttr Street,
Keferenc. Metropolitan Nat'l Bank. CHICAGO.
PARKER'S CINCER TONIC
fitatea Long Trouble. Debility, d istreoalng utomarh And
emalellle, and la noted for tanking nirea when all othet
treatment fWila. Krerr mother and invalid ahould have It
Cltanaea and beautifies the hair.
Promote a luxuriant rrawtfC
Never Falls to Rent or Oaay
ii.ir wo 1 1 m iqulqiui voior.
Cunt aealp tliaeaaee hair falling.
HINDERCORNS The only lure Cnrt fir
Coraa. stop ail pain. Maaaa walking alDruggiMa,
Who can think
of some aim pre
Prof pot Tour 1dMt ihw mnv hrlnn- votl wealLh.
Write JOHN WEUDEKUUKN ft CO., Patent A Hop
Deya, Waahlnftton, I). V tor their t.M price effef
Vut llat of (wo hundred lurentiona wanted.
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liv.j;.li4l2iUn-1 S V. I h .", kKH.
f i y.i'i Know that 11. rat (;?. :. n-il mi er rt
t'M'm.i i fi nice nt "ir pti.'-.r-ry, ah I only a tnlta
t'ttf'i U Ni ot Dor on I "-'t i i e I- ini(MitaAt.
V. nan In want vl ULasa gtl our pfloa.
11-19 WILCOX AVE.
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