The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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DREYFUS IS GUILTY.
h cases of scrofula, salt rheum, dys-
pepsia, nervousness, catarrh, rheumatism, |
eruptions, etc., the circumstances may be tentm.ed for Tru 1
altered by purifying and enriching the ; sPlt« of Ktldeue* on
Uood<wHh Hood's Sarsaparill.i. It is the j h.cr.t Doenoienu to
great remedy for all ages and both sexes, j Drey Tub iierei vni \ e
Be sure to get Hood's, because
✓ ERDICT OF COURT MARTIAL,
FIVE TO TWO.
art lu Prison, lu
[ bars* of Hruilln* i
A SHORTER LINI TO IL PAf O.
> fn4 of
The Jupauffie have u custom of cele-
brating the blossoming of the trees by
a general holiday. This aesthetic peo-
ple also regard the grouping of flowers
as such a ll>'- art that they frequently
require their jTOUBg woman to take a
two-yenr course simply In the arrange-
ment of flowers. Hoth the Chinese and
ihe Japanese have a true idcu of the
value of each bloi-'.-om. leaf and ateni
In the final tffe t. Each twig, each
branch, is given its place In the study;
no bloeeom or leaf mu.-t be crowded;
each Instead must tland forth in its
own beauty of form and color, b'tlfl-
ness, close masses and all geometric
design* are avoided r.s expressing
everything that l« Inartistic. Kach va-
riety of flower alto requires a different
style and size of va as well as .• n
entirely different tientment in the ar-
rangement.— Baltimore Herald.
Springfield (HI.) Special to the Chi
cago Chronicle: The old saying Hint
unusual oecurren< < come in group- < i
three was strikingly illustrated la
Sangamon county iceiiliy. The wif?
«>f William Many of this city gave
birth to twin buys. Mr. l)uiry re-
mained at Ills home long enough to
get a glimpse of his two bods, and
then drove to his farm, a short dis-
tance north of this city He went to
his stables and found that a iehabl«
family mare hud that morning (ualcd
two healthy colts, both of which are
males. From ihe 6table he repaired
to the barn lot and there he was con-
fronted by a milch cow with two new-
born bull calvcj at her side The
babies, the colts and the calves are al
lusty young fellows and promise tu
live and thrive.
To remove discoloration® from lamp
burners, rub with a brush dipped iutt
acetic acid, v.ash in soapy water
rub with a dry cloth. Trim wicks just
above the lower line of charred portion
and clip the corners slightly with scl
•ors. This will glvu you a truer flame
than from wiping or scraping the wick
Never fill the lamps full; leave a stuall
■pace for expansion and to prevent the
oil from flowing over the outside ol
the lamp. To avoid an unpleasant
odor when the lamp is lighted alway
turn the wicks down well after trim
ding, bo that the oil will not rlso to
the top and spread to the outer sld
of the burners.
A WeUtK-ig Nolle* frank.
New York Journal A woman prac-
tical joker is being sought by the po-
lice of New Haven. Conn She sends
bogus wedding notices to the papers,
and they are always printed. Her last
prank was to announce the marriage
of Miss Minnie llarkne.: and lack
8tanley Rowan. Miss Unfitness is in-
dignant and threatens libel suits. The
police say they'll nrrest the Joker on
the charge of forging the name of
Rowan's mother to the last wedding
I. Distance from Kansas
'*e City to l/w Angeles by the Santa
urt, route i* about 1,807 miles, while by
r the Nock Inland to Liberal,
entering into machinat ions to send
't documents to a foreign power?"
re them the answer that tl <
by u majority of live to two.
Dreyfus guilty. : and connecting with the lie
The gendarmes then closed around j distance to Los Angeles Is
the audience and pressed them outside, j j
Not a cry was raised by auyone. Kvery- t
thing passed off with complete calm. |
As the people emerged the gendarmes
kept them moving away from the court.
The small crowd of people outside
cheered for the army, but the gend-
armes did not interfere. The judgment —————-—
ad to Dreyfus In an adjoining PLOTS A0AIN9T THE REPUBLIC,
little room, by the clerk of the court.
pois, Dreyfus listened impassive, Uovrrnillf.,,t of Franco H 8 ld lu Hole
did not give the slightest sign of emo | Abundant Evldenc*.
tlon, did not utter a word, and march
Pru|iuf«(l w Kallroad f
the lt< eW lalnnd at Liberal.
Kan. City, Mo.,Sept.—A special says:
The proposed route of this new rail-
road lies from Kl 1'aso, Texas, in i
northeasterly direction through Nogal.
Salado, and on diagouitlly through the
northeast corner of New Mexico, cut-
ting the northwest corner of Texas,
passing through the western strip of
Oklahoma and terminating at Liberal,
Kan. This Is substantially the propos-
ed route of this uew railroad, and it
will In? about 47.'. miles in length, in an
almost direct line between Kl 1'aso,
Texas, and Liberal, Kan., where it will,
connect with the Rock Island.
A few figures may be given to show
the judges by the court j t)14, advantages whieh will accrue by
•W as Dreyfus guilty of t|l0 building of this Kl 1'aso and North-
Rennes, France.— At !> o'clock on
Saturday afternoon the judges of the
;ourt martial returned their verdict of
guilty and condemned Captain Dreyfus
to ten years in prison. The members
jf the court stood live t< two for con-
Colonel Jouaust began reading the
judgment which opened with theques
is miles, a saving «>f 109 miles. Also,
distance from Kansas City to Kl
o by the Santa Ke is now about 1,172
miles, but by the Rock Island and pro-
posed new road, It will be reduced ic
mil miles, making a saving of over 29C
FOR WOMEN AND HOME
ITEM8 OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS
The house was silent, and th« light
Was fiiiltiiK from the western glow;
I read, till tears had dimmed niv sight,
Borne letter* written long ago.
The vol« en that have passed away.
The faces that hnve turned to mold.
Were round me la the room to-day
And luuglted and chatted as of old.
I laid Ihe letters by and dreamed
Tho deitr dead past to life again;
The preamt and Its purpose seem
A fading vision full of pain.
Then, with a
Their little laces were to me
Ah sunil e lu tla- cloud of gloom.
Mil live though loved ones die
on life's darkened hill
•d lu tho morning sky.
Bv-.tt in Huston Transcript.
vd back to prison like an automaton.
It is understood Dreyfus will l>e sent
to Fort Corte, in the Island of Corsica.
A large crowd, which the police kept
moving, waited around the square in
which the telegraph ofllee and the prin-
cipal cafes are situated.
SECOND REGIMENT K. N. C.
The officers of the several
Itclonging to the Second r
the Kansas National liuu
Wichita for the purpc
officers for the regiment
was a very enthusiastic
New York, Sept. 11.—A correspond-
ent of the Tribune writes: "The gov-
ernment Is believed to be in possession
••f voiuminary documentary evidence
establishing the existence of a nation-
alist and royalist plot to overturn the
republic, and there is every indication
that President Loubct will apply the
constitutional law of 1875. This pro-
vides that the senate can be resolved,
by a decree of the president in council,
into a high court of justice to try per-
sons charged with offenses against the
t of | security of the state. The Investlga-
t in tions that have been conducted by M.
of selecting Fabre, the examining magistrate in
The nii'itlntr! °l rge "I <1>C! I'BVf already re-
ul good nu- suited in the discovery of compromis-
lured uiit*. I'oluucl 1 . M. Uuhlnfftim 11<W documents in I'urU ami ut Cum,
Newton, u present and called the whieh arc said to leave no doubt In ic-
meetlnu to order. Colonel lloisluKton j (fard to tlie exigence of the plot. n..t-
ivas colonel of the regiment before the ; withstanding the efforts of the nation-
regiment was dissolved. He wat. (alist, royalist and clerical organs,
promptly re-elected colonel of the re-j which for the moment are all pulling
organized regiment. Thaother otllcers ; harmoniously together and ridicule the
sleeted were: Lieutenant colonel, It. | Importance attached by the govern.
A. Campbell of Hutchinson; senior ma-
jor, E. Hays of Wellington; second ma-
jor, W. W. Minnick of Wichita; junior
mujor, W. McD. Rowan of Garden City.
cut to the alleged conspiracy.'
Brutal A el or Injui
London. Sept. 11.—A special dispatch ,
from Berlin says: "It is now permitted
to be known that the war office holds |
General Miles to go to .Manila.
New York. Sept. 11.—A special to the
Journal and Advertiser from Washing-
"After forty-eight hours of uliuost
constant discussion unions the pre
. deut, Secretary Root, Professor Schur-
■onclusively proving that | man St lllltor IWveridge, tleneral Mile
Ksterhazy and Henry betrayed their. d Adjuta„t General t'orbin it may
Kousemnlil as Teacher of the. * lolln.
A Melbourne housemaid s employer
has just discovered that her neat-
handed Phyllis is a teacher of the vio-
lin in her spare hours Phyllis has let-
ters addressed to her as "professor of
music." A Sydney papers remarks that
George Qlsslng's prophecy that the
woman of the future will be able to
turn from a pa Re of Sophocles to the
boiling of a potato seems about to be
Finite* for 111m.
A Minnesota man captured a king
Asher when the bird was quite young
and made a pet of him and trained the
bird to capture flsli and lay them at
his master's feet. In summer the bird
Is taken to the river where fish are
known to abound and set at liberty.
The bird poiEes high In the air. and
suddenly dropping, grasps his victim
and promptly delivers the fish to his
trusts, and only the permission of Em
peror William is awaited for the pub-
lication of documents showing the sen-
tence of Dreyfus to be a brutal act of
be stated positively that tleneral Me
ritt v. ill go to the Philippines
Mildew nnd Other Nlalua.
Mildew and Iron rust are almost In-
delible unless they are taken out at
ouce. One of most successful methods
of removing mildew is as follows Mix
half a cup of soft soap with etjual quan-
tities of powdered starch and salt.
Squeese in the Juice of a lemon. Spread
this mixture on the mildew spots, on
both sldfcs: spread the spotted cloth on
the grans and let It lie in a strong sun
one day and remain until the next |
morning, then turn it over and let It
bleach another day on this side. Take
the cloth up and rinse it well. Of
course such stains can only be removed
from white goods, as this stain erad-
icator would remove the color from col-
ored goods. Remove Iron rust stains
with salt wet to a pasto with lemon
Juice. It is said that the Juice of a to-
mato and salt are equally efficacious. J
Fresh Ink stains may usually be j
washed out In clear water, if no soap :
lias been used on them, and the faint j
remnant of dark color left bleached out 1
on the grass after moistening It with
soda and boiling water. If the stain is
obstinate soak in sour milk, then wash
and bleach It out. An excellent rule
for removing the stains of shoe black-
ing, Ink, mildew and other obstinate
marks is as follows: Stir and strain
through a cloth one pound of washing
soda and half a pound of chloride of
lime dissolved in one gallon of boiling
water. Put It Into an old Jar, not into
a bottle or Into anything where the
light will reach It, as It takes away
some of the strength. Let It stand
about an hour, stirring it once In a
while before using It. To free any
goods from sweet apple or fruit staliw,
mildew or blacking, soak the part I
stained in this solution until it Is al-
most gone, and then rub it with soap j
and water. This mixture leaves a yel- j
lowlsh spot In place of other stains,
'Sc&rj • <*nd
Ad Interesting commission has been -Overwork sntl underexeMla result
given by the French government to a In nervous disease}," said a physician
lady art worker In gold for a necklace recently. "Preventive measures may
designed us a gift to the Empress of he summed up In two words," he con-
Ru-- a. It consists of twelve medal- tinued—"physical development. Worry
lions in gold, each bearing the portrait annually kills more people than work,
of a French woman celebrated in po- One should strive, therefore, to avoid
Utica), literary or social history. The thing- that tend to disturb the nerves,
series begins with the first Christian Throw away the pen that scratches
Queen of France and ends prior to the an(1 (he pencil that has a hard spot in
great revolution. The ,irt work of the Jt placard a needle that squeaks and
goldsmith was declared at the recent basin that leaks. Vse sharp tools,
woman's congress in Ixmdon to be vear goft garmeats that do not rus-
peculiarly suitable for women. tie."
Paris correspondence Baltimore Sunt N>w york Trtbune; j0hn D. Rocke-
Paroness d'Herpent has converted her fe,ler j0 rcccntIy declining to aid per-
stables into a dogs' refuge, where she gonally in erasing the debt of a west-
receives abandoned dogs of all de- crn (,hurch aa!d to lho applicant: "I
grees. Tho prince of the refuge is a cannot oblige you because I have no
large Newfoundland, so devoted to his opportunity to examine a report of
rescuer that, although se%eral good y0Ur financial condition, and I never
homes have been offered to him, he contribute under any other clrcura-
invarlably finds his way back to Bar- Btances You ,md boat appiy l0 the
or.ess d'Herpent, and cannot support mlaslon people for assistance Last
the Idea of leaving her who saved him
I contributed $1,000,000 through
from misery. Since the opening of the m,HgJon officials because I felt sure
this home nearly 800 dogs have been that they knew the need and could dls-
saved by the baroness and placed with
tribute It wisely.
I might make a
New York Sun: Admiral Dewey's Queen Victoria has three crowns,
flagship, the Olympla, will have a thor- but it 13 very seldom, indeed, that she
ough overhauling at the Brooklyn navy wears one oj! thtm. During the long
yard when she arrives here. It has series of functions that accompanied
bren said that the Olympla would be the celebration of her last birthday,
sent to the Boston navy yard, but It for Instance, there was only one occa-
has been decided to do the work here.1 sion on which tho royal head was
The officials at the navy yard are not! graced with a crown. This was the
yet sure as to the exact course that drawing-room which her majesty at-
will be pursued when the Olympla. tended, lho tiara which the queen
drops anchor in the harbor, but It Is then wore was made nearly forty years
believed that she will remain there ago and weighs about eight troy
until some time after tho festivities, ounces. It is a lisbt shell of gold,
when she will be taken to the navy thickly Intrusted with diamonds, there
yard and repaired as quickly as pos- being no less than 2.673
A musician ought to o.tjoy the com-
pany of the b:tnj > ho picks h mself.
Somo men sec u to lack spirit until
death overtakes them.
monds and 523 of the roso brilliants*
Mrs. Barnard Thanks
MRS. PINKtUM FOR HEALTH.
charmi. g, and be in perfect taste, oven
though It Is very email indeed, nnd tho
intrinsic value of its contents be
Discovery of I.lfe Plant
So full of vigor that if one of its leaves. [letter to mrs. nnkbam ho. i8,wj]
month. Is the best wash for light hair.; i„ pinned to a warm wall another >• Dkah Friend—I feel it my duty to
The day afler the application rlnsd plant will fr ' e*prcM my gratitude nnd thanks to
first in warm water, then in c°U wa, 1!iUcrs to ,„.ollso n(o nnd j you for what your medicine has ilono
and dry in the sun. If possible. the overworked st ra uh. The forme. I was very miserable and los-
s offerer from dyspepsia < r any stom- j ing flesh very fast, had bladder trouble,
h trouble needs it A private Kov- fluttering pains about the heart and
Stamp rovers the neck of the >Vould pet so dizzy and suffered with
Borax will tinge the hair yellow an;J
should never be used for gray hair. A
few drops of Indigo in the rinsing wa-
ter gives gray hair that clean, silvei bottle.
appearance and will not injure it.
OUR COOKING SCHOOL.
The smile of love becomes a frown
: when the cupboard is bare.
Here are a few good and simple rec-
ipes for the use of eggs:
Butter half a dozen cups, break a for his nuney.
fresh egg into each, set in a steamer of
boiling water until the whites are
cooked. Serve at once In the cups.
puinful menstruation. I was reading
in a paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, so I wrote to you
anilaftcr taking two bottles I felt like a
new person Your Vegetable Compound
has entirely cured inc and I cannot
praise it enough."—Mrs. J. O. B arxabo,
, Milltown, Washington Co., Me.
A gambler always wants a good ueal
Ao Iowa V/oraan't Convincing Statement.
A Perfect Cathartic.
ti)- emptying il>c bowel* or
Hull's Catarrh Cu
Is taken internally. Price,
Scrambled K gr«.
Break eight eggs In a bowl and baal
gently until the yolks are broken. Melj
a tablespoonful of drippings In a fry-
ing pan and when hot turn in the
The cooking Is done beforo marriage
-the billing afterward.
Are Ton L'ftlng Allen'
Is the only
•'I tried three doctors, and the last
one said nothing but an operation
would help me. My trouble was pro-
fuso flowing; sometimes I would think
I would flow to death. 1 waa so weak
that the least work would tire me.
Reading of so many being cured by
medicine, I made up ray mind to
for Swollen, ^
Stir constantly until they are set"«4 Smarting Burning, BweaUnf F«t. i write to you for adrto.."and I .« «
serve Immediately. £cr.^and Bunions. _ Ask /or^Allen. | gM , dlJ. , took Lydia E. TmU
Mostly Ki-MoiiRlt Rldera.
Kl Paso, Tex., Sept. 11.—Forty-two
emits have been enlisted here for the
eventh cavalry, now being organized
•me of ' f°r the Philippines and will be shipped
that to ^au Pranelsco in a few days. Then)
nlistiucut than can l e aeeommo-
Modern Philippine* Hallroad
Manila, Sept. 11.—Agents f«
pnny of Spanish capitalists,
whom live in Manila, annou
arrangements have Wen completed for | arc a great many
the building of a modern railroad line
in Luzon that will connect Manila with I dated. Most of the applications
all the important towns along the west j ex-rough riders.
coast of the island as far north a
riiiRue stamped out In Egypt.
Alexandria. Sept. 11.—The last plague
patient has been discharged from the
hospital. Of u total of eighty-nine
cases, forty-three deaths have occurred.
Dewey in-pert• Tmlnlnc slilpe.
Gibraltar, Sept. 11.—Admiral Dewey
Inspected tho United States training
ships. Saratoga and Alliance, and wiiq
loudly cheered when leaving tho vcs«
sels. The Saratoga afterwards sailed
land in the
ept. 11.—A deal involving
of three million acres of
states of Neuvo Leon and
Mexico, was concluded in
li. L. Suinmerlln oi
The Eton and short tunic are soft-
4 ened by a frill of crepe de chene, the
and It will come out easily with good 1 same tint of green as the gown, headed
rubbing in soap aud water. The soap by bands of deeper toned velvet rib-
prevents this strong mixture from eat- bon.
Ing Into the cloth. This latft stain
eradlcator must be used with caution. | r« r stoop shoulder*.
A etoop has many causes. There Is
t« Armni;« turniture. ! the student stoop, brought on by por-
Many people have a natural gift for ing over books; the writer's stoop,
arranging roomB, and may be called brought about by bending over a
artists In the art, while others have no desk, and short and weak sight
idea nt all, and their rooms, despite causes a disposition to round siioul-
costly or really beautiful articles of ders. says an exchange. Again, a
furniture or ornament, ure always weakness of the system often brings
prim—everything is so very badly about this state of things, in which
placed. A table In a drawing-room case a physician should be consulted,
should never be In the center of the Ordinary cases are benefited should
apartment. Let It be pushed away, victim sleep with only one small,
and the chairs disposed In such a man- pillow; walk straight, hold the
Clear Peru Air.
The air Is clear at Arequlpa, Pern.
From tho observatory at that place,
8,050 feet above the son. a black spot
one luch In diameter, plactd on a white
disk, has been seen on Mount Char-
chanl, a distance of eleven miles,
through a thirteen inch telescope.
Mr*. Wii «low'i
For children tecti li *
flaummii u !;j) > u.<
If it wasn't
would be more
•i h there
Washington. September 11. Admiral
Bradford, chief of the bureau of equip-
ment. and General Wilson, chief of the
engineers, have Wen in consultation j Chicago today 1
respecting the Improvement of Pearl | *au Antonio, with ( hieago and New
harbor, Hawaii, with a view to tho cs i York capitalists. Mr. Summerlin.
tnhlishmcnt of a naval station there. [ speaking < ( the deal, said.
as directed by congress. An unexpeet- j ' ' property is one of the richest
edaud serious obstacle to the execution ! ou ^u" continent. I here is a heavy de
of the project has Wen encountered in I>°*il of asphalt, probably the largest in
the shape of refractory real estate: America, with petroleum and limnj
holders. Having exhausted all other 1 valuable tiinWrs. such as mahogany,
proper methods the officials have de-
termined to proceed to acquire tho nec-
essary lands through condemnation
proceedings, having satisfied them-
selves that this can bo accomplished
undevthe Hawaiian laws as they stand
i> I -e l i
nd 11 u
Do Tour reel
Shake into your shoes Allen s Foot-
Ease, a powder for tho feet. It make*
light or New Shoes feel Easy. Cure*
Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and
Sweating Feet. At all Druggist* and
Shoe Stores, 2i c. Sample sent FRKK
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Leltoy, N. Y
Conscience makes cowards of us all,
but it can't make I oi eit men of us
For l.uug and chest di-msm, PUo'a Cure
lathe be<t medicim* > lm\o us -,l -Mrs.
J. L. Nortkcult, Windsor, Out , Cauada.
A mm ncvor sees bin-self as others
tee hiin or as he s os others
The Itewf I'reserlptlon for Cltllls
ind Fever in a bottle of (laovx i TAsrsi.iess
aiM. Town-. It N simply lrt>n ot;« qumii.o
Inatasteleuronu. Nocuro—nopny. 1'rlci.HlD.
The wicked mnsqu t :s i ever sutU-
flcd nu111 he lands boneath the bars
ie War department tho unoccupied j Maid that in ti
military post at Ft. Spokane, Wash., proclamation
has Wen turned over to tho Interior beeu decided t-
Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't
acting well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's Fills act
directly on the liver. For 60 years
the Standard Family Fill. Small
dosct. cure. 25c. All druggists.
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE wUkSr.
it*b K) run.
rosewood, black elnmy and cedar.
"It Is situated in the northern pari
of Mexico and borders on tho gulf."
\ el U.l
of the I ml I ii Ci
Simla, Sept. 11.—At tli
the India council, the vi
CurzOu, concurring in the
Clinton Dakins, the flnan
Introducing a ci
head erect and expand the chest,
keeping the eyes on a level with peo-
ple's faces, and not dropped In the
dust. Women should, as u gymnastic
exercise, walk about the room with a
book balanced on the head, and read
from a book that Is open on a bracket
on tho wall slightly above the head, so
that tho chin must be held well up to
see the lines.
ner that It may be seen that they aro
intended to be sat upon. Chairs placed
against a wall or rammed Into cor-
uers Is an ugly and Inappropriate ar-
rangement Have what the Frtnch
call little etabllssements In the room,
If it he large enough. For instance,
near small or largo tables, havo two
or three chairs or a chair and a lounge,
enabling those visitors, should several
call at the same time, to talk com- i
fortably, which is impossible if a large i toilet Hint*.
party have to alt In a circle aud join ! A '•"U'Dlexlotl "ruaii of arm, even
In h general conversation. A table 13 8""'' 10 rcm"lc tU6 du"
upon which ornaments and hooks ra- 'rum the ',orcs ,IUJ h0,,w !lml ,w't1h
diate In a star-Ill;,, shape is vcrv ugly, j Pure *">'«« soap—wht. 1. Is heal-
Let the books and ornaments he placed in« a,,d ~ aml "",id wa,ter' Att"
In studied carelessness, and avoid scrubbing a cream must besmeared
primness in every way. it is rather « • «> t the .kin will not show irri-
the rape In the present day to decorate 1 ^ t'lf* excesslvell o r
rooms with trifles. This Is a mistake, a 'ew drops of alcohol may be ad <•<
and often really pretty ornaments are 1 to sll(ls.
not seen to advantage because of this.
Separate the whites and yolks ol
twelve eggs. Beat the yolks light and
add to them one teacupful of t;waei
milk; season to taste with salt and pej>-
per. Lastly add the whites beaten un-
til stiff. Pour into a hot. well-greased
frying pan and set over the fire autll
It becomes firm. Then Bet it la iba
oven for a few minutes to brow
6hould be very light and spongy.
Shave a fourth of a pound of cheasq
fine; spread the cheese in the bottom
of a well-buttered shallow baking dish,
spread 'he cheese in the bottom with
bits of butter; sprinkle with salt aud
cayenne. Break six eggs on a platq
and slip on top of the dish. Mix a tea-
spoonful of French mustard with hall j |
a cup of cream and pour u /er. Set in a"
quick oven for ten minutes aud aero
Boll five egga until hard. Separate
thr- whites and yolks. Chop the whitM
very fine and rub the yolks through
Foot-Ease, a powder In I:- shaken into i £om-s Vegetablo Compound nnd Liver
the sho-.s. At all Druggist!i auu ioe • pjj|SQn(j followed your directions, and
Stores 25 c. am now well and strong. Ishallreeom-
dress Allen S. Olmsted, l.cltoy, N. moIld your mL.,Ucine to all, for it saved
It's a wis * child that knows it; my life."—Miss A. P., Box 21 Abbott,
knows le-s than its father. | Iowa.
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•. • <' ■ • ••> •'. TBICS* Outtitabsolutely f.'oe.VWUI
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Rid perl, lb
, , ■ month |el rjr and iU eMfDMf
I ZikolkuCu. ii8 Munua Uld^.Chl. as
An Excellent Combination
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy, |
Svhuf of Fios, manufactured by tlie
Califoknia i io Syiiup Co., illustrate
sieve. Boil a pint of milk, and thicken tbo value of obtaining the liquid laxa-
vdth a tablespoonful of corn starch tive principles of plants known to be
s.,:t and pepper to taste. I'o this add medicinally losative nnd presenting
white,. Have ready Ave
pic es of toast; pour the mixture over ls the one perJ.e(.t strengthening lnxa-
them, aud over all sprinkle the yolks, ^ivo, cleansing the system effectually,
This ia a very
rtwaiyll© DOUBLE QUICK!
W. L. DOUGLAS
Worth $4 to co«r:)ared with
attractive dbh foi dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Rlild ((| lealll
gently yet promptly aud enabling one 1
to overcome habitual constipation per-
mancntly. Its perfect freedom from j
•ry objectionable quality ard sub-
mco, and its acting on the kidneys,
ALL LEATHERS. ALL S1YLES
_ rldth, plain or c p t
Catalncuo A Free.
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mas .
absrnee < f the mint
>iu Knglund, it had
make jjold tho legal
department for an Indian school. ; tender Immediately.
Killed ti? l.lfthtiilitc- Misty TliouMnil Tr o| « h.v Der«n bor.
Tuscola, 111., Sept. 10.—Consterna-1
tlon was created on the grtiunds of the Washington, Sept. 10.—The volun-
Ikiuglas County Fair Assotdatlon ut | teer reinforcements will begin to arrive
argo when a torrifle bolt t>f light-! at Manila in nlaiut a month, and from
nlng struck the north end of the grand i that time on they will cont inue to land
1, killing two men instantly, fa- In a steady stream through tho months
tally injuring two more and seriously of (ktoUor and Novmnl cr, until tho
lisalding six others. j available armed force exceeds U0.000.
An Instant ; ft -r the lndt struck t«^rt , lly that time most of the task <>f pad
men were writhin* oil the jrmtmd and i sliould bo eomplete.l ami n>n
gi ss will Ik? ready t« it insider th(
form of government whieh car 1h> of
Allow sufficient margin of space be-
tween your pictures and ornaments,
so that each may be properly seen. A
superabundance of Japanese fans, com-
mon knlekknacks, bits of pottery,
china animals, cheap frames, aud glm-
cracks generally, should be avoided,
though on the other hand much that
Is tasteful lu the way of ornament can
be had nowadays very Inexpensively, j
Three pints of water should lis taken
each day. Half the women don't drink
enough water. It Is just as necessary
to take a bath Inside as out.
It takes a long time to euro enlarged |
pores, and the best way Is by the use
of the brush and :i pure hygienic soap.
By this process the pores, which have
become enlarged by the clogged secre-
tions, are kept free and gradually 'hey
will coutract and become normal In
physiciaus were summoned fro ti
city, who went at once to
The party was eating supper
grand stand when the llasti v
The mistake Is in the crowding of too \ size.
many of them together, and having lemons should be nn Indispensable
gewgaws which uro really rubbish, article on a woman's toilet table. A
Do not have newspapers and maga- little diluted lemon Juice applied at
rlnes scattered all over the room. Let night is an excellent bleach for the
the old ones be put by and the latest hands, and, unlike most bleached, soft-
be laid on a table kept for that pur- j ens the skin.
pose. Unused lamps should never he n |S agree* by the medical author-
kept In a drawing-room, especially ! that olive oil Is one of the best
when they diffuse an odor of kerosene, j tonics for th' nerves. Plenty of olive
They are out of place by daylight and 0|j jn SHiad dressings, etc.. will aid dl-
Jlclne for a
ways be begun, and even If not In con- run_down syi ein and It will aloo help
stant use should look as If they were. cU,ar a mU(j(i . comp!exlon.
stance,-.... -- - ,
liver and bowels, without weakening 1
or irritating them, make It tho Ideal
laxative. , ' Aru noVT us,u^our
In the process of manufacturing figs > Ir'.flrnatlnnal Tvua-Hiph P'aiBS
are used, as thev are pleasant to the j ir.ernailOnai iyp* ingl.
taste, but tho medicinal qualities of the I Sawtd to
XfU"at£1^s,r°by r ™tSd I UBCn-SAVIXG LENGTHS.
known to the C^t.iformia Fio Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FP.ANCI8CO. CAI,.
LOUISVlLr,):. KV. fir.W YORK. N. Y.
For n;ilc hy all ru • ftV. \#r little
They will -a'
I Mom as thoy ci
I t b ii ti t\po.
llino In your commi-dns:
bo handled even qulolier
Israodo for sawing plates
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION,
' fered to the arehipelago
Ee-Prisoner® < W r riml Fault Two IImtj Firm.
1 j Louisville. Ky., Sept. 10.—Fire hai
The alleged refusal of the govern- destroyed the stove foundry of Bridge
ment to publish records eonnected with ford S; Co.. causing a loss of S 'lKl.OOO
the Andersonville prison lKH«nus<>of lack j Insurance, about 8100,non. The I'hte-
of funds was severely criticised by the nix Tanning company, in another pari
annual convention of Kx-lMsouers of of tho city, was destroj-od by fire, ow-
War. It was decided to appoint a com- j ing to lack of engines. John Zehnder,
inittee to Investigate the matter. These J a spectator, was fatally hurt.
jflleers were elected: National com-
mander. James Atwell, Pittsburg;
senior vice commander, David T. Da vies,
Philadelphia; chaplain, John S. Fergu-
son. Keokuk. Iowa.
III! < <1
Burlington, Vt., Sept. 11.—Charles
Dewey, brother of Admiral Dewey, will
go to New York for the celebration at-
tending the arrival of the admiral in
that city. Eight or ten other relatives
of the admiral will ulso Ih« present on
To Look at Orrroanj'a 1'urahaa*.
Berlin, Sept. 10—The government
has sent Prof. Von Wolkcns, of the
University of Berlin, to the Carolines
to Investigate the ^oll aud the Uora.
Senator Clarke of Montana has pur
chaHcd of Senator Stewart of Nevada
the property in Washington known as
Mn<llug llor*«>« unit Muloa to Manila.
Washington. Sept. 10.—The quarter
master's department has landed A.1(
head of horses and mules st Manila
there are 2,500 on tho sea and arrange-
ments are about completed to ship 2,40(
more within a few weeks. This wiU
supply the cavalry brigade with liorsei
and the army with mules for transpor-
' ' • • oil ill sn.ii'i « " ■■ "
should only bo brought In lighted I Re8tion. while a teasi oonftil I
when necessary. Caudles should al OU)0 ;l i.s the best med
Candles uot begun have a very sense-
less appearance and look as If placed
for ornament, which, as a matter of
fact, they can hardly claim to be. All
clocks should bo kept going. If tho
clock will not do Its dut\ .send it to b"
repaired, and If It declines to go ai' r
judicious treatment then put It aside,
for a silent clock is a depressing ob-
ject. Brackets are very Incxpi naive,
and with a little taste can be mn^ to
look very pretty. Ovale, shields, j
rounds or shamrock-shaped pieces if j
wood covered with valvrt or plush at «
are better undraped
hooks, natural flower
pretty hanging, nnd
tastw expended in 'V
tH0 t. the irawlni i
good ha r tonic Is made as fol-
low.-3: Pheiu; acid, two grams; tinc-
ture of nux vomica, seven and one-half
grams; tincture of red cinchona, thirty
crams; tincture of cantharldes, two
grams; cologvc, 180 grams; sweet al-
mond oil. sli y grams. Apply to tin
roots of the hair with a soft sponge
once or twice a day. This lotion Is es-
olally good for very dry hair.
Never pull out a gray hair, Tor twen-
will come to its funeral. When a
ray hair Is pulled out the dead fluid
or clima mey i al ,ho roof 8ratlered nmonS
ill flue Wltii ! healthy roots, and grayness follows,
a work-basket, j The white of an mo often ad-
lit!.- care and 1 vised, will dark blond, auburn or ehest-
•neral arrange- ! nut hair. Borax, an even teaspoonful
m may look | to a cup of v.irm water, used once a
This Imported blouse ls mads from
Ivory taffeta with a border of ralued
black velvet spots. This bordered
edgo is used lu such a way as to furm
the trimming. The V-shaped opening
at the back is (Hied lu with muslin
Boston Traveler: Maud—"Dick pro-
posed to me last night."
Ella—"What did you tell him?"
"I said he had better ask mamma,
nnd what do you think the wretch
"He said he asked her already, and
she wouldn't have him "
During the pant few months, the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad has ma- ;
temily extended the runs of the p. s- j
Brnger locomotives on through tralus.
Formerly engines were changed on an
average e\ery 100 or 150 miles. It waa
thought that the mountain grades of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad would
prevent au extension of ihe runs. How-
ever the experiment was made. It has
proved successful and reduced tho
number of locomotives formerly re-
Qtttri «i by tw nt] four, which can be
mod in other branches of tho service
ai d save the purchase of more motive
power. I'nder the new plan, locomo-
tive? are double crewed and make from
7.000 to 8.000 miles a month, as against
3/)00 to 4.000 tinder the former method.
The higher moral ground occ uplcd
the hypocrite is a bluff.
IS.h.1 tli« Ad*1
Keeps both il.I
n J stddle |
Chicago Neves: "Put me In Wash-
ington." said the egotist, and I'd show
you how to run the Philippines."
•The Philippines don't run." replied
tho bystander. "It's the* Filipinos tfeat
run; but you couldn't run them by
staying in Washington ; you'd have to
go to the front'
Yon will enjoy this publication much j
i hotter if you will get in the habit of ■
! reading the advertisements; they will
| afford a most interesting study and1
somo excellent bargains. Cur adver-
sers are reliable and tend what they
| advertise. I yy. N. U.—WICHITA—NO. 37—1890
A nan u up today a :d down tomor-' ~ ;
row-«nd « goo.l' ra.riy su.cecdloft Kl«« Amwerinj tdvertl«tn:nts Ulnrtly
(1f.v„ Mention Thlo Taper.
The lab rer
If y u are lo k ug for a pooil oppor- It is the ca«*:ost thin r in the w- rid
(unity you must got off the b at- n to believe u pleas ng lie about ou -
MOFFETT'S R Rer.<nDw Bishop)JGseph S. Key
15 Wrolei '•h.-kh.. )our fi;iTill\J
(lielliiiie roirilen- In our llllli
gramlcUlld "llh the linpiileM ra-
fn!U. Thf r% ilmerealiiioilnioK-
Irr.l •ndccrtalulrmorttMtunn lor>
Hnjililn*neercr u U."
L«pi b driwUU
C. I. MOFFETT, M, D„ St, Louis, Mo.
(Teething PowdBfs,^ A tn u irum
^ Costs only 23 Cents. Ask your Druggist for it ~
llra7.il celebrated the seventy-seventh
anniversary of its independence of the
l'ortuguoss goverumout ou Sept. 7.
We will refund to him. Prict, 60 cent*. Sold by All Druggist*.
IF IT FAILS
Go to your mer-
chant and get
VAN VI.EET-UMN8FIELD DRUG CO., MEMPHIS, TENN.
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