The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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And every thoupbt requires ut> expendi-
ture of vitality which must l o restored by
ineaua of the blood flowing to the brain
and other organs. This blood must be
pure, rich and nourishing. It ia mado no
by Hood'a Saraaparillu which is thus the
(treat atreiiglli-fjlvinjj medicine, the cure
for weak nerves, scrofula, catarrh, and all
diseases caused by poor, impure blood.
: America's Greatest Medicine. |l; sii for 95.
Hood's Pills cure r. Ilgoation. 26 centc.
Strange Reason Given by a
burg Girl Murderess,
SHE WAS TIRED OF LIVING.
Nlie l'nrpoMd Siilolile mul "Did Not Wniit
Her Motlier to fret Over Her Death"
Therefore Nhe Shoota ller Mother to
Deutli Mukes lllmwl.' M urk of S11I<I<I<9.
: IS BELIEVED IN WASHINGTON.
We imiiLMnr (Wat i«,s ;i : |Mrl «em
ing glasses would be u good deal like
kissing a c
with a buso ball mask Bl
No-To-R*« for fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weal
men strong, blood pure. 60c. It. All drugglata.
In starting down the toboggan slide,
remember that your value when you
reach the bottom will not pay auy one
to put air bags under you.
The Edward W. Walker Carriage Co.
of Goshen, Ind.. have Just issued h
very handsome Phaeton supplement to
their catalogue, also supplement show-
ing an entirely new lino of spring
wagons. We rannot too strongly urge
those of our readers who contemplate
purchasing a carriage, buggy or wagon
to write for their catalogue. Their
work is high clans, and as they sell
direct from factory to user, their
prices are correspondingly low.
There Is a marrying htory on the
average widower at least once every
the girl has given fo
:t. — llertlia
s into her own
of \* hit'h she
r terrible deed
id not wai
Te are sure you do not.
Nobody wsnts it. But it comes
to many thousand* every year.
It comes to those who have had
coughs and colds until the
throat is raw. and the lining
membranes of the lungs are
Inflamed. Stop your cough
when it first appears, and you
remove the great danger of
stops coughs of all kinds. It
does so because it is a sooth-
ing and healingremedy of great
power. This makes it tne great-
est preventive to consumption.
Put one of
Ayer'g Cherry Pectoral
Plasters over j our lungs
A whalm Mmdleml
For four rnnta In atatnpa topif rntk
age^wa will aeuti yuu iiiKiu in* lioal
Modi cm! Advtc.o Frmo.
We li n the exclusive nervlrea of
loine ot tlie uw«i nutiXMit ptiy«i<'iana
In the I'mud Stale*. I nuimi i j p«r-
tuuitlei anil long expcit«-n<
nentlT fit them for r'*1"! Tou "
u in your >•«.•< V. i will r
of life. It held no
e. I wanted to dio and
ny mother to livo and
fret over my death. For that reason
1 killed her."
The crime, which was committed
souie time in the early morning, was
not discovered until late In tlio day,
when a son of tho murdered woman
came to the housu to «eo his mother,
lie went to her room and found her
body cold in death. A bullet wound
at the right side of the nose told tho
story. The bed was covered with
blood and there was every indication
that death had ensued some hours be-
In a room adjoining that of the
mother the son found the !>ody of his
sister. .She was lying in a pool of
blood, and in her right hand was
clutched a revolver, the implement of
destruction. An examination of Mrs.
licilstein showed that she had 1>een
shot three times with a 48-eallber re-
volver. One shot hud entered at the
right side of the nose and had taken
a downward course through the neck
and had cut the seventh eervicel ver-
tebra. This, the physicians say, must
have caused instant death. Another
shot had entered the right breast and
the third luid passed through tho right
An examination of the daughter's
wounds convinced the physicians thai
her death was a question of only s
short time. \ bullet from a .18-callber
revolver had torn its way througn the
right temple, and had passed out at
the top of the head. From both the
entrance and exit of the wound the
brains were oozing. A bullet from
the Name sized revolver had been tired
into her left breast near tho heart,
and she had also shot herself twice in
the stomach with a revolver of 22«
DEATHS AT CHICKAM AUG A.
A SOLDIER'S ESCAPE. j
from the Imnoerai-M Ml. Sterling, Itt.
When Richmond had fallen aud thu great |
commanders bad mot Loneath th« liiatorlo
pijjj. j apple tree at Appomattox, tb# H8d P#nn- 1 No Coflfirfliotion 01 th6 nGpOft 01
■jivaoiK Voiuntew., j the Emperor's Assassination,
rajfn,broken In body 1
but of dauntless
•pirit, awung Into
Una for tha laat
'•grand review" and
then quietly inarch-
ed away to begin
life'a fray anew
amid the hills aud
valleys of tha Key-
atone Hlute. Aiming
the number A*a
l<ol>in on came hack
to the old home in
Mt. Sterling. 111.,
back to the fireside
that he had left at
the call to arms four
yeara previous Ho went away ahaijiy,
healthy former boy in tho first t1u«h of viK
orous manhood ; he came bark u ghont of
the self that answered to President Lin*
coin's call for "iiOO.OOO more."
To-day he la an alert, active man and
tell- tho story of his recovery hs followa:
"1 whs a great sufferer (unit sciatic rheu-
matism almost from the t.meof my dis-
charge f mm the army Most.if the' *
I MURDERERS LIE IN AMBUSH,
The SoUUer'i Return.
« MinUfer, lltiwfver, lilac
iililfjfra in Fr<iiii
Peking, Snyt Nutliliif na to
r—Tim L- t -*t Kttporta.
s, Oct. 3.—A br
eived at the at at
y est ert
ay from MlniaU
laya nothing c<
; death tif the
but states that a feeling ol
If that ho do.'H
A llngle snlfl of highly concentrate
prutisic acid will kill a man as
hh«rifr« sale Party Killed i " i v i vy iivimn j qujcfcjy us a Bh0t through the heart,"
outright 1 gays the Boston (U. S.) Transcript.
Mini ! Ksnono. Teuu., Oct. 8.—Aa i Named for Governor by Democrats "The odor of a bad ^gg is due to the
awful tragedy has occurred in the j f M v~«L presence of sulphuretted hydrogen, and
the objectionable perfumes of sewers
and bone factories are attributable
chiefly to the same gas. Chemical
laboratories are famous for bad smells,
, Bertellus, who discovered the ele-
t lie Mitjror of Oreater New York.
aider the situation especially critical
at present. The state department of-
ficials do not discredit tho report of
tho emperor's death, and tome of them
do not hesitate t> exprt
(if any kind,
. _ i uufitted f«>r manual lab
ami my sufferings were at ali tunes intense.
At times I wus bent almost double, ami got
around only with the greatest difllmlty.
Nothing soemeii to give me i.erinniient re-
lief until three yoarn ago, when myatten-
tinii wtm called ti) m " 0 • «"i i. rful
carM ffTuctwl by I r \V illliims* f iuk rill,
(or I 'nit* reoiila.'l I,ml not lorMtmn
l„ I a l.ox uVii I ii< i «n Imiirovirairat
in inv .■oudltton, Hill 1 I "Pt on lmi.ru, m*
stendilv. I took three l>->xo* of the pills,
ami at th# end of that thus was in better
condition than ut any time since the close
of my urui> service. Since then I have nev-
er lieen bothered with rheumatism. l r
Williams' Pink I'dls for I'ale People |- the
onl\ remedy Hint ever did me any Rood,
ami to them 1 owe my restoration to com-
parative health. The} areajjraud rsinody."
•cording to their
.coording to their
A woman seldom objects to a self-
made husband unless he insists upon
her wearing self-made dresses.
How to Frevent Ilog Cholera.
HOG CllOI.Kit A ia caused by in.llfrea-
!>«• prevented by feeding
W ( oolo.'d Iceil. Wc advise our read-
rs to write thr EMPIRE MFC. CO..
020 Hampshire St., Qulnry, 111.,
,for Catalogue of FxtD Coosaaa
loUera save :>i leaMtone-
e your hops and will more
for then ivt s luoue week s use.
eeptance of the report of his assassiu'
The Chinese minister, however, ills-
creilits the entire report of a tragedy.
"I do not believe that the
has been assassinated," lie
night. "I have received no conflrma-
•tli portion of Cannon county, about
! thirty miles east of this city, in which
live men are reported to have been
I savagely assassinated.
1 John llolliugsworth killed a man by
' the name of Higgins in that county
1 something over a year ago. A suit
j w;ia brought ngainst llolliugsworth
and a judgment taken aga'nst him by
| the members of Higgins' family for
Suturdnv there was to bo an auction
sale of his property to satisfy this
judgment, and Hollingsworth, it is
stated, knowing that that was the day
for the sale, concealed himself and
several of his friends in a large barn
on the plnee where the sale was to bo.
When the party of men came to
carry out the proceeding and had gath-
ered in the barn, Hollingsworth and
his friends flre'l into them with double-
barrel shotguns, killing four men and
. wounding another so badly that he
their M. wlll Imrdly r,
UN MX IS fflt (OH
of New York,
IS A VICTORY FOR MR. CROKER
lent is running very high,
who were killed are of the
j most prominent people of this section.
The sheriff and a posse are now in pur-
emperor I suit o( IioUlnifsui.rth and lii« party,
tion of tho report, and cannot i
HUGE FOREST FIRE LOSS.
"Do you believe the emperor to be
dead?" he was asked.
"I hope be is not,'' was tho reply.
"Yet I do not know. It may be that
all the reports have grown out of some
illness of his majesty. Hut sick men
sometimes die, and he may bo dead.
Men dio natural deaths in China as
elsewhere." j age through Chippjwa, Barron, Dunn,
lie then repeated the assurance that ' St. Croix and I'eak counties.
he had received no information what- j A very general destruction of telc-
ever, and said he would hope for reas- j graph wires makes tho reports very
suring news until ho was personally incomplete, but it seems the villages
advised of the condition of affaira. j of Clayton, Alemena and Poskin have
London, Oct. 3.—According to a dis* been wholly or partly destroyed; that
patch to the Times from Shanghai, Cumberland has Buffered heavy losses,
Iluai-Ta-Pou has been appointed pres- and that Glen wood, Harron, Prentice,
ident of the court of censors and a 1 Phillips and Turtle Lake wero saved
member of the grand council. He is only by great efforts. Reports of loss
Young-Li's chief supporter and was , of life are coining in. but. have not
recently dismissed from oflloo by the been verified, except in one instance,
emperor. A railroad bridge and trestle over
Tho projected imperial review of j 7<M) feet long, on the Soo line, west of
The I'lnnie* f i«l Million* of Iloltara
|l:iln Ki< III WlneiinOu.
St. Pai*l, Minn., Oct. 3.—The forest
fires which have been burning in
various places throughout Western
Wisconsin for tho past few days wero i . , . ^ ,
fanneil int.. fun,„i* storms of .lame by ProJ"gedt,''e,'fre*.tc,t
yesterday's winds, and did great dam
but Ills Brother—Cititipnlgn to He Made
On State Issues Kxeluslvely, Avoiding
Sy it Act sb. N. Y., Sept. 30.—The
Democratic party of New York state,
at its convention yesterday,named this
For Governor—Augustus Van Wyck
Lieutenant Governor—Elliott Dan-
forth of Chenango.
Secretary of State—George W. Hat-
ten of Niagara.
Comptroller—Edward S. Atwater of
State Treasurer—E. P. Morris of
Attorney General—Thomas F. Con-
way of Clinton.
State Engineer and Surveyor—Mar-
tin Schenck of Kenssnelear.
The ticket named is the Croker-
Contrary to all expectations the con-
vention was very harmonious, the only
contest being for the nomination for
governor and only one ballot being
taken on that.
A mention of the name of William
Jennings Bryan by Thomas Carinody
in seconding the nomination of Stanch'
tion witnessed in the conveution.
Delegates stood on chairs waving hats,
while from the galleries men waved
hats and even coats, and one man
grabbed a Cuban flag from the deco-
rations and waved it amidst the wild-
est excitement. The demonstration
continued for several minutes.
The platform attacked tho conduct
of the war in vigorous language, but
otherwise confined itself almost en-
tirely to state issues. No mention
whatever was made of the Chicago
platform or of tho financial question.
vlng dispatch to
park, sent the folh
"lleplying to request of Secretary ol
War in your telegram of yesterday,
surgeons at cuni'i report total number
-jf deaths in camp from arrival of reg-
ilars, April 14. to date. 4 '.'. volunteeri
! and one regular Of this number,
; fourteen wero deaths from accident.
These figures also include deaths at
"Boynton, Brigadier General."
LIVES LOST IN WISCONSIN.
As * Keniilt of Fureitt I'irv) IOO lVopl* 1
Are Iteported MImIii|.
Rye Lakk, Wis., Oct. —Kclief par i
ties are now out through the burned !
district south and west of this city, i
Tho loss of life from the disastrous |
forest fires cannot now b« .
estimated, but it will bo great. The |
work of getting to the burned dis- |
trlcts is slow, as all tho bridges arc :
down, over luO persons are missing, i
Many dead bodies have been found, '
and they are burned beyond recog-
ants a vote if she t
ith the right voter.
• too Kev/itrd, 8IOO.
The readers of this paper will be pkiuefl to
learn that there Is at leant onedreudud iIIm uko
Unit acleueo bus lieea uble to cure In ull Its
maires mill tbut U Cutarrh. Hall's Catarrh .
t ure Is the Old', pisltlve cure ik-w known to the
mi 'Ileal fratertiUv. Catarrh hem# u ronstltu-
11• • i■ it 1 ilW'-ase. requires a constitutional treat- ;
mi I.I. 11..:i s ( turi Ii« ure taken Internally, ;
lu ting directly tipon the blood mul mucous sur-
fiiees of the system, thereby destroying the
toundatli ti of th. dis •use.undglvlnK tliepatleni
Mu lish by building tip the constitution and
assisting linture in doing li i work. The pro-
prlt-torn hme so much faith In Its curative
1 I' ! 1 11 • ■ \ I I llllli.il fit p..Hilts for
any ease ti,at it falls to cure. Send for Hat of
Address !■'. CHENEY ti CO.. Toledo, a
Sold by druggists
the forces at Tien Tsln has been aban- j Harron. was burned last night, and
doned. trains are running by another route.
l'lCKiNo, Oct. Ji.—During the celebra- Fires have been chock' I in places by
tion yesterday of the festival of the rains, and the subsidence of the winds,
moon, the drunken crowds which had A rough estimate placesth;' aggregate
gathered upon the streets threw mud | loss at from M.'' 'J." > > t< > > " '
SHOT A CONSTABLE'S SLAYER.
ment called 'selenium,' once tried the
experiment of permitting a bubble of
pure hydrogen selenide gas to enter
his nostrils. For days afterward he
was not able to smell strong ammonia,
the olfactory nerves being temporarily
paralyzed. Selenium gas has the odor
of putrid horseradish. Tellurium is
even worse. There is a story of a
physician whose patient, a lady, re-
fused to take an absolutely necessary
rest because she was so fond of being
always on the go In society. He gave
her a pill containing a small quantity
of tellurium, and her breath was af-
fected by it to such an extent that
she was not able to appear In public
for a month. She never guessed what
the trouble was."
Burial of Alarlc the flotft.
In 410 the Goths, under Alarlc, laid
■lege to Home, which they captured
after a time. The victorious army was
allowed to sack the seven-hilled city
for six days. After that Alaric led
his men onwards to the conquest of
Sicily. He fell suddenly ill, however,
in Calabria, and died at Cosenza. His
soldiers made blm a grand tomb. By
the aid of a crowd of prisoners they
turned the river Busento, on which the
town stands, out rj Its usual channel
and laid their hero in a grave dug in
Its bed. Then the river was restored
to ltg old channel; and, so that no one
should tell the Romans where
spot was. the captive laborers \
When a man's opinion has weight no
where else lie gets up in prayer meet
ing and delivers it.
Proposed Alliance With Fnjland.
If the United Stutes and England
should form an alliance there would be
little chance for enemies to overcome
When men and women keep up
their health with Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters, there is little chance of at-
tacks from disease, as it steadies the
nerves and increases the appetite. Try
After a woman is old enough to send
sons to the war, she has given suffi-
cient edidence of her patriotism with-
out wearing a military hut
Educate Your Dowels With Cascareta
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
10c. &c. If a C. C. fall, druggists refund money.
It no doubt has often occurred to
the women, who all expect to go to
heaven, to wonder if the wading in the
river Jordon is good.
"Spare my child: spare my child!!" eries
the mother win n too late. «>ne box of Dr.
Moffett's TKKIH1NA (Teething l'owdera>
would have saved her darling, and costs enly
There is an age of limit in serving
the government, but none in the more
vital and important item of getting
t*erm*neiitly(.'urp<l. >otlt« orn«rTouans*t ft«i
h ii.« ol Or. Kline * Ner e Restorer.
IK K.I. $4.00 ii ml bottln and treatise.
"a It. 11. Klisb. Ltd..031 Arcli St., 1'lnladelpliia, 1*
He fair to others; the time may come
when you will feel the need of a com-
munity being fair to you.
Are. IVInaloWa Anotnmg Sfnp
For children teething,noftnn* th«« gums redm-e* tiiftanv
ation, allay* pain, on res wind cc" "*
Boys steal peaches from orchards,
grown people steal them from grocerj
Seven days make one week—Sit it
often takes mo. e to make one strong.
upon all Europeans who made their ,
appearance. As a precautionary uieas- ;
ure, the Russian legation ordered an
escort of Cossacks from l'ort Arthur.
The British minister also ordered here
a guard of twenty-tivo marines from
> l'llls are the beat
rather predictions these days
much alike from day to day as
the grace an old man says at tho ta-
London, Oct. 3.—A dispatch from
Shanghai says telegrams furnished by I * "•« 1 « i i
the Tao T i, or local governor, to a j
Chinese paper there, allege that tlie
emperor of China committed suicide
September 21, after signing the de-
crees which placed the dowager em-
press at the head of alTairs in China.
This, it is added, is understood to
menn that tho emperor was assassin-
All the English-speaking secretaries' T,isl"n ls 111
11. \oung, and will be stationed at An-
citizen* of Gallatin, Mo., Revenge tlie
Murder of William Parker.
Gallatin, Mo., Oct. 1. — William
Parker « constable, was killed by :
William Fay, a burgular, recently re- |
leased from jail, here yesterday. The j
two exchanged more than ten shots i
SECOND CORPS GOING SOUTH With Fay at a .lULl.™ f forty fe.-t I
beforo Parker fell mortally wounded j
in the breast. A posse of several hun-
dred citizens were soon iu pursuit,
and Fay was found in a lake by two of
of them aud shot upon his refusal to
Ing for I ulit,
Middlctown, Pa., Oct.
I army corps will be
amp Meade to Auniston,
to being sent to
ut from here will
begin in about two weeks and will bo
completed with the least possible de-
□ The First division, to which tho
Eighth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth and
Fifteenth Pennsylvania regiments
COLONEL SMITH MAY DIE,
I.iktest Trouble of the Soldiers' Home Gov-
ernor May l'rove to He Ills Last.
Santa Monica, Cal., Oct. 1.—The !
condition of (Governor A. J. Smith, of ;
the Soldiers' home, who was shot by
Inmate of the home, is not satis-
nand of (ieucral
Dr. Moffett is dally receiving the thanks of
parents whose children time b-en saved by
Tk.biUl.NA (Teething l'owdereJ.
Politeness pays as a rule, yet many
and the principal members of the
Chinese foreign office, it is further an-
nounced, hive been seized and ban-
Washington, Oct. 3.—Minister Con-
ger at Peking has forwarded
I attached, will get away lirst. 'lhisdl- factory, according to tho physician at
the home. His general condition is
weaker, and ho passed a restless night,
lie may die.
a man has lost heavily through a civil | following to the state depart-
uctioD. j Dieutl "Six alleged conspirators ex-
ecuted by order of empress yester-
day. Kang, leading reformer, ad-
viser of the emperor, escaped on Brit-
ish vessel. Order aud quiet prevail
here. Trouble feared at aotno interior
points not yet heard from.—Conger."
To (Hire Const I pat ton Forerer.
Take Cascareta, Candy Cathartto. lOo or 2!So
If C. C. O. tall t.i cure, druggists rotund money
A great deal of ability is necessary
to properly manage a ten dollar bill.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
I Don't be fooltd with s mscklntoth
or rubber cost. If youwantacost
that wtII ksrp you dry In the harJ-
• t storm buy tha Msh Brand
Sllcksr. If not I or salt In your
town, writ# f r catalogs# hi
OA J. TOWER H .non. Mats
Hon with whtoh 1 was afflicted for twenty
years I ran aerots your CASCARt-TSln ths
town of Nswell la aud never found an) thine
to equal the:n To-day 1 am entirely free from
| C CATHARTIC
Plsaaant Palatal r I'munl. Tstte tlood. Do
CuoO Ntrer Sic eu. SVeanan. or Oilpe Kv. uOa
... CURE CONSTIPATION.
(••rung (Wlf«g . ■•atrvtl, *•« Tor «ll
tin TO RAP " Slid gn rituteert by a ' drug-
nu* I w*DAy n uk rouacoo usliu
KILLED BY HER HOSTESS.
A Quarrel lletwoen HUters-ln-I.«w la
Maryvllle, Mo., Bads Fatally.
Mautvii.i.k. Mo., Kept. 28.—Mrs.
George Kwing sbtit and instantly
killed Mrn. Frank K. Wing at the for-
mer's home laat night during her hus-
band's absence The women aro sis-
ters-in-law. They quarreled and Mrs.
George Kwing shot her guest. At the
j coroner's inquest it was decided to
hold Mrs. lCwing.
Don't Tobacco Spit ami Smoke tour Life Awsy.
To i|iilt totiaeco easily and forever, bo inag-
nettc, (ull of life, nerve and vigor. Ulte No-To- |
Hue. the woijdfi -worker, that mul<f weak men i
strong AUdruKirNis, Wc. orfl Cure gnaran- |
teed Booklet m.d sample free. Addresa '
bterllug llamedy Co.. Chicago or Now VorlL I
A man who haa no enemies has but
l'onehera lleatroy the Heals.
San Fhanciboo, Sept. 3D.—In ron se-
quence of tho persisteut worlt of the
poachers who are fast exterminating
the seals by deep sea fishing, tho
North American Commercial com-
pany's catch this season is only 18,000
skins, as against 100,000 annually for
twenty years, up to within the last | com pie
eight years, when pelagic sealing be-
gan. The same inroads have been
made in the seal herd on tho Japan
side of the oeean.
ltead the AdvertIsementi.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get in the habit of
reading %he advertisements; they will
ntTord a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable, and send what they
When a man's wife's old inald sister j
lives with them, ho becomes as great a
match maker as an old womau.
FIRE IN COLORADO SPRINGS.
the explosion that followed set fi: a to
a section of tho town. Over 81,000,000
worth of property was destroyed, in-
cluding the handsome Antlers hotel,
half a dozen lumber yards, two freight
depots and numerous shacks and
shanties. The estimated insurance on
the property is about 8400.000.
niston about a month and then for-
warded to Cuba. The program is to
keep General Young's troops in Cuba
for three or four mouths and then
bring them back to this country and
muster them out.
CAPTAIN YOUNG IS DEAD.
.Mr. Hart man Withdraw*.
Helena, Mont., Sept. 30.—Charles
S. liartman, nominee of the silver Re-
publicans and Populists for Congress,
has withdrawn, and asks that the
name of A. J. Campbell, the Demo-
cratic nominee, be placed on those
tickets and supported by all who be-
lieve in the free coinage of silver.
Mr. Hartman offered to leave to na-
tional fusion leaders the question as to
whether he or Campbell should with-
draw. Campbell declined, and Hart-
man has now withdrawn.
Ills Ante-Mortem Statement Shows Thai
Ihe Murder W ;t* I'nprovolced.
Skua M a Mo.. Oct. i. —Captain
Thomas Young of Lexington, who was '
stabbed Wednesday night by J. W.
McManigal, died last night at 0:30.
The captain's ante-mortem statement
Over 91,000,000 Worth of l'roperty Wes shows that the assault was unpro-
Ilestroyed. I voked, cruel and cowardly, 'lhetwo Smokeless Powder Orders for Two Tears
Colorado SpHtNoa, Col., Oct. a.—A men met for the first time less than Santa Cruz, Cal., Oct. 1.—The
fire sot off a carload of black blasting five minutes before the stabbing, plant built to replace tho one destroyed
powder here Saturday afternoon and I Captain Young by chance looked into Rj powder works a few weeks ago
a wineroom where McManigal was 1 js jn operation. It is larger than the
sitting with two women. McManigal ol<i om) and the daily output is now
followed the aged one-arm veteran to q oqq pounds. Enough orders for
the bar. and, with the exclamation, smokeless powder have been received
"Take that and go," plunged a pocket to keep the mills running day and
knife into Young's left breast up to night for two years.
■ No Longer t Devil's Isle.
SEATTLE MERCHANTS EXCITED
And Consider the All-Important Fact,
That in addressing Mrs. Pinkhnm you are confid
ing your private ills to a woman—a woman whos«
experience in treating woman's diseases
is greater than that of auy living phy-
sician—male or female.
You can talk freely to a woman
when it is revolting to relate your
private troubles to a man—besides,
a man does not understand—simply
because he is a man.
Many women sufTer in silence and
drift along from bad to worse, know
ing full well that they ought to have
immediate assistance, but a natural
nuwlesty impels them to shrink from
exposing themselves to the questions
and probably examinations of even
their family physician. It is unnec-
1 essarv. Without money or price
you can consult a woman, whose
knowledge from actual experi-
lJ'\0'..y enee is greater than any local
physician in the world. The fol-
lowing invitation is freoJy offered;
accept it in the same spirit:
' MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION.
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly
communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received,
opened, read and answered by women only. A woman can freely ta'k of her
private illness to a woman; thus has been established the eternal confidence be-
tween Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken.
Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from, it is more than
possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case. She asks
nothing in return except your good-will, nnd her advice has relieved thousands.
Surely any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she does not take advantage of
this generous offer of assistance.—LydiaE. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
« " The present Mrs. Pinkham's experience in treating female ills is unparalleled,
for years she worked side by side with Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and for sometime
past has had sole charge of the correspondence department of her great busi-
ness, treating by letter as many as a hundred thousand ailing women a year."
lleanly Is Itlood Deep.
Clean blood means n clean akin. No
beauty without it. Cascareta, Ciwidy r-
thartic cleans your blood and keeps it
e'ean, by stirring up tlie lazy liver and
drivln," all impuritlet from the body. Be-
Kin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotch-
es, black heads, and t hat eticky biliotta
on by taking Caacarets. beauty
All druggists, satisfaction ^uur-
«nteed, 10c, 25c. ftGe.
t iou some u
I is about all thesatisfao- 1
II get out of life.
diMl' .tfU. iufltuiuisli
mti.o-L J "•'d Drama,
This $400 0r*ed Ploao
'!•« *• ( mad ■ t lli«*n
Anxi Mtwi.xu w .i IIIMI
Stan.lnrU inana SM l>
DeaO.tn S.iipp ,i <1 « 1
K*ua«* Uij. Mu
PENSIONS, PATENTS, CLAiMS
'JOHN W MORRIS,WASHINGTON,3 r.
Lata frlaatpal Statalatr V. a. Featloa Banta
I/ra.laUai * i,lia.ij .ai, at tag • laJata.at,; kiuca
Irratmeul Free. *r. H. u.tBKIl'i Mkt, aiiaa
WAVTKD '"sit «f tisd besiih M i W I r A N s
•111 nut I'totAi. hfnd S reoi* to an* 1 h>" > 1
Co.. K99 TerH. fer 10 tsuiple* and l,ou it tin:
ll Cough STTup. Tviot (l<joit. Cp«
tB tirna K.ld by druntlttr- jy ]
W. N. U.-WICHITA -NO 4I.-IBU8
'SWa Auk.-riag Advertisements Kiadly
■Mtlaa Tku ri>u
rtipulitls (iu Into Court.
Jepkkkmon City, Mo.,Ojt. -Pi>
middle-of-the-ri>ad Populists yesterday
applied to the aupremo court for u
writ of mandamus to compel Secretary
of State Lesueur to place their state
ticket 011 tho ofllcial ballot. Secretary
of State Lesueur waived tho issuance of
the alternative writ and entered his
appearance, aud by stipulation he la
given until tho first day of the next
session of the supretuo court, October
11, to file his answer to the petition.
•Ia|>a M y l( ve to Uo Nest.
Sax Fbancisoo, Oct. 1. — Hart
North, United States immigration com-
missioner, will start east to-day to
consult with his superiors at Washing-
ton regarding dapaueso immigration,
which bus increased largely within the
last few years, and the department is
said to contemplate measures of re-
A Wichita Paoklng House Sol«L
Wichita, Kan., Oct. 1. — W. H.
Thompson, president, and J. C. Van
Hlaticou, cashier of the Commercial
bank of St. Louis, have bought the
i Whlttakor packing plant of this city,
paying a nominal price of 9:itH),000 for
'it. It has been idle for several years.
Ilryan la Moeti (letter.
Wahuinoton. Oct. 3. —Colonel Will-
iam.' Bryan is sufficiently recovered
from his attack of fever to return to
his regime 111, ami this he intends to
do iu a few days.
Sptulth Metory Iu I'lilllpidne*.
Madrid. Oct. .1.—A dispatch received
here froiu the Vis<tyas islands says the
Tagales have landed in the Antigua
province and have been completely de-
feated by the Spanish column after a
sharp tight in which ninety-four ol
the insurgents were killed.
Haldemaa Held for )llnrder
CmciKFATi. Ohio, Oct. .1 — Ex-statf
Senator R. I Uichardson died at hit
home in Glendale last midnight. Thi
coroner's jury held his brother-in-law
W. J. Ualdeman, a wealthy and prom-
inent business man. for murder
Two bottlea of I'iso's Cure for Consump-
tion cured me ol a bad Iuiik trouble.—Alrs.
J. Nichols Princeton, Ind Msr. 26, 188&
Husbands end wives should never
lead a eat and dog life. The odds are
niue to one in favor of the cat.
BIG DOINGS IN MANILA.
Declaration of Independence Unified
and Celebration Held.
Manila, Oct. 1.—The declaration
of indopeudenco was rati tied at Ma-
loloa yesterday amid great festivities.
A review of troops was held, speeches
were delivered and recitations. The
feature of tho ceremonies was tho ad-
dress of Aguinaldo. Many foreigners
attended the state ball, which waa
given in the evening, but no Ameri-
can officials wero present.
NANCY GUILFORD ARRESTED.
Report From I tuition That the Itrlilge-
port. Conn., Woman lias lle«n Taken.
London, Oet. 3.—Dr. Nancy tlull-
ford, the midwife of llridgeport,
Conn., who is wanted by the American
police upon the charge of having been
couuccted with the death of Kmma
Gill, has been arrested.
Paris, <X;t. 3 —It is rumored that
Dreyfus has already been transferred
from tho Isle de Diable to Cayenne,
where he awaits a steamer to bring
him to a French or au Algerian port.
Rumor Thnt Canada I* After Slice of
A lank a to llo Looked Into,
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 3.—A report is
in general circulation hero that tho I sP«l„ Mko. oor
Canadian commissioners I,are de- CmrA(m, 0et l. - Spain waa so
mantled a cess,on of territory in im cd with our „rmy bugle calls
"IS "LC! i "r,mna that she has ordered
........... ... 2,500 of tho Nirne make for her army.
and Skag vay in return for fishing
concessions on tho New Found land
boundary. A call has been issued for
a meeting of tho leading merchants to
investigate, tho report. If found to
have any foundation a strong protest
will bo mado against the cession of
any Alaska territory.
FLAMES CHECKED BY RAIN.
Coloradoant Hope That Forest Fires
Have Hone Their Wurnt.
Dknvkr, Col., Oct. 3.—Suow and
rain have cheeked tho progress of the
forest tires 011 the main range in Colo-
rado. and it is now thought that fur-
ther destruction of timber will be pre
Dynamite Fxplotles In a Mine.
Wallace, Idaho, Oct. 1.—Thirty
men workiug in the night shift in No.
4 tunnel of the Morning mine had an
almost miraculous escape from death
early yesterday morning, when 350 I sod people attended the peac
pounds of dynamite in a magazine ex- Convention hall in this cit
ploded. It is not known what caused day. Speeehc
the explosion, no one being near the j U- Wharton o
magazine at tho time. That no one ; Stafford of \\
J11 lit lee.
made by Rev. H.
land. Her. Father
hington and ex-Sens-
Till: EXCELLENCE OF SVRl'P OF FIGS
is duo not only to
simplicity of the ct
to the care and sU
manufactured l v
known to the California Fi
nation, but also
.'h which it is
.-ii ti tic processes
y, and we wish to impress upon
important r of puivhasing the
riginul remedy. As
was injured was purely a piece of luck, (tor Patrick Walsh of lieorgla. All
spoke in tonus of highest praise of tho
New King of Namoa. conduct, of our sailors and soltliora Iu
Washington. Oct. 3.—The state de- | the war.
partmeut gives continuation to the re- I
port that it has giveu its assent to the ! *'",ve v,-ltr* ,ur <"Urk.
return to Samoa, after an exilo of ten j Utrri iiinson, Kan.. ()ct. 3.—Lawyer
years, of the former king, Mataafa. K. C. Clark, who was recently convict-
It is assumed that thin chief is to be I ed of being au accessory to the murder
made king to succeed the late King j of W. C. lk>yd, having advised tho
Malletoa, who died al>out a mouth aif. . j l'ostlethwsits to do the killing, was
seutenood t* live years at hard lal or
in the penitentiary. The scutcnoe
was passed by Judge Simpson after
overruling a motion for a new trial.
lirltlili Ship Heady to |'i(ht.
Hono Kono, iX-t. 3.—Kang Yuwei
has arrived here on board the steamer
llallarat, which was escorted by the
nuiue N.vrupof Figs i> utamifiM-tui'ed ' British seeond-class cruiser Hooaveu-
the cai.iroi ia fhi nrrt'i* Co. I ture. He was landed and lodged at
the pvdioe barracks. Upon sighting
two Chinese cruisers on her way the
llonaveuturc cleared for action.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
.1 • >t one in av ai ling the worthless
imitations manufactured by other pai*
ties. Tho bi h sUintllug of the Cai.I*
forma l- iu Svurr Co. with the medi«
cal profession, nud the sutisfaction
which the gouuiue Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name if the Company a guaranty
llenoe of its vmmmj it is
far ia sdvauie of all other laxatives,
ns it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritatiug or weaken*,
ing them, aad it does not gripe nor
naos.«at >. In order to get its beneflci*!
-. p)e.i<.e remember the uauie of
tlie Company —
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Forelan ltepalra on Amerlean I.luers.
Londok, (kit. S.—The officials of the
American line of Transatlantic line
steamers expert to make extensive
alterations iu their vessels. The New
York will be seut to lielfast or Glas-
gow to be lengthened.
T« i to Tot* 00 Confederate Feotlons.
A mm, Texas. Oct. 3.—A special
election will be held iu Texas Novem-
ber 1 to vote upon an amendment to
the state constitution which provides
that pensions shall be granted Confed-
erate Bold', era
Flvo Ferlih iu Mine Fire.
WlLKK-HAtiRK, I'a . Oet. 1 -The Arc
iu tho Midv.ile mito- unused the loss of
One Ntate's Mllltln Claim.
Sa.n Fiiani isi'o, Oct. 1. — Adjutant
General A. W. liarrett of the National
Guard, as the a?ent of Governor liudd,
will leave fi>r Washington Monday to
present to the secretary of war a claim
for 8100,uuu on behalf of tho state for
property turned over to the govern-
ment during the war with Spam. He
expects sn early settlement.
Fifty Vruiculana Killed by Turk*.
Cons i. vri.\on 1; Oct. l — Advices
lust r.cvive l fr.t.n Van says fighting
has occurred at \lashgorb, between
the l urks and Armenians from Russia
About fiftv Armeu.t;: -vere killed.
Mrs. W. C. troad, wife of the city
attorney of Scottsville, Ky., shot and
dangerously wounded Mrs. D. W. Reas-
ley. wife of a photographer. Jealousy
was the cause.
The Alabama Steel and Ship llulld-
ing company gave a mortgage for 31,*
lon.th o, which will be used to erect
the largest steel plant in the South
Judge McKay of the Twenty-fourth
Kansas district will not have his name
on the official state ballot. Three or
four men nominated him. He is the
only county judge in the state who is
not a lawyer.
Jim Darlington, one of the men who
held up a Santa Fe train in the
suburbs of Fort Worth July 31 last, in
which the fireman and engineer were
killed, was convicted and tho doath
The condition of the negro was the
subject of a discussion at the confer-
ence of the African Methodists at Lex-
ington. Mo. Bishop Tanner advisud
that the negroes go to farming, as
there was not roout for theui iu cities
to compete with the powerful white
M Paulmi'T was victorious in his
duel with M Turot. wounding him
'the recent hurricane in the West
Indies ruined tho islauds of Harbadoes
and St. Vincent.
The Spanish and the American Peace
Commissioners met for tho first time
at a luncheon given by tho French
General Garcia is coming to this
country to negotiate a loan to pay the
Cuban troops. He is not against an-
1 uexation under certain conditions.
Over 5,000 Woodmen of tho World
attended the annual log rolling of the
Missouri-Kansas Association at So-
da", i a.
After a spirited election, Captain A
J. M.ihan, the usval officer, was se-
lected to represent New York at the
'■nuual conference of ths Protestant
1 Kpiscopal church.
Anarchists hav made an attempt to
kissassinatc the king of Roumania.
Japan b . a :. 11 way scandal. Money
j has ui*-..pi.< ; ed and no satisfactory
I ejplanarioa bflobtained
Better than Gold
and fcctter than any other chewing tobacco cvrr
made;—YOU are not obliged to dig for it.
The 10-cent piece of AX
is the largest piece of really high grade tobacco,
and you can get it anywhere in the United States.
^member the name
when you buy apain. $
"A TRAINING IN CLEANLINESS IS A
FORTUNE." COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION WITH
fiUTOmilO GRIP HECK YOKE.
ShS5£ &L> "ISSxSuttWM
Greatest Neplc Y lt« e er l«i rnt«tl r. ml lntnjr
I'rfi'g h, tl'i ahii'tjr an<t nsffty. llan t . nieiy
}> In.ed. w 111 not all^w tonirne lo dr,>p If trarf*
N'-rome In.v , l'rit'<>a:
Ma,!.' !n three #! •' . 7,, fit po'e rra 114 u> IS
Bt>nd for mil llluatra'ed olreular.
81 Harding St., Indianapolis, Ind.
ROiVS FACTORY TO USER.DIRECT.
We tuake One Surreya, Bug*>j Phaetooa *ud Hi nd Wi.^,.n .| K W|M.
Our > d-have Lwn fa*i r f uowu to ihe trailr i r • nr-..! ll4 on*.
H 0 uow a-li «lr^1 to lk« w .r a «fc«l ak 1 i. r!. 'V U| tana WM lltk kk
buj r preferi to !«■*! with u o fartory. 11^ r .. t u- u.if'
w.Tlt at lea# prlre Hun aj: • - . k f r' ; j .c v.-b1, ,e.. we ahlp mr*new,
ijV tt examluai!, ;i Hruli.OkK ud ■ Uutuaa Cltv. V . o Ci shea,
Ind.. • mayault purrhaatr. Rend for t-aia: vin price* plainly printed.
IT'S I'IBK. Wrlta today. We sell Sewing Ma, h'nea and the oolNBI IKTCU a*
• eli. A i at Wkvtotale Me# . ALL (iooi) > . : r ■ li«i v \ u llve.jou are not
HDWAVtJ W'. WAUiI B CAKP1A<JK C0• GOMUKlf, UiDLULA.
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