The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 27, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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NTERE8TINO READING FOR
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
.O I F F U n E 8 arc
waved and puffed
•ml Huffed. Not all
alike are they.how-
liven In tlit'
waving may tho
characteristic* of h
fare be considered.
Some have waves
tbat run In lines
■cross the he:t'l.
other* are waved
from brow to crown. The wave* are
large and loon* and tho«e near the ear
fall over It, entirely concealing itae tip.
Sometime*, wbon the shape of ibe brow
will permit, Nat. aliorl curia fall softly
down: again the hair U gathered back
from the brow over a liny satin cu*b
Ion. The hair, after belnn waved, la
gathered Into a figure at
the back and the figure In aur-
mounted by three pulfa when the hair la
plentiful enough. A very girlish effect
la secured by rippling the entire hair
and gathering It In a loose coll at the
back. An a matter of fact, halrdresa-
Ing may be attmmed tip aa follow*: Al-
a metal one. Pour a little boiling water
III the pot to heat It. and after a minute
or two pour U wit. Now put a teaapoon-
ful of tea for every cup of hot water—
an even, not a heaping teaapoonful-
and add an extra one for the pot. Pour
on a* much water aa will #11 the num-
ber of cupa you with to make. Let It
ntand two minute*, then with a long-
handled apoon atlr the leave# once
through the water and Inatantly aover
the pot again Three minutes more and
your tea la done. Never lei lea Bleep
or boll or aland a long time. It ia a
quick, neal, nice process from begin-
ning lo end.
Ulo tiin>r-* <le llawa*.
The tailor made atyle of gown la con-
siderably modified from the original
type, at leaat In the French model*, to
which aevere material and a stitched
or atrlfled finish are quite enough to
warrant the title. Otherwise tbey fol-
low nearly all tha freaka of the mode.
■* Kngllah tailor-made coalumea never
do. Cloth la to lie exceedingly fushlon-
able Ihla winter both In black and col-
ora. Ulack cloth aklrta will be particu-
larly In evidence, and the faahlon of the
differing *klrt and bodice haa by no
meuna dlaappeared, aa aome modllte*
would have It understood. Blouaea are
llllle worn, however, coala and boleroa
having now the preference. The collar
of dreaa good*, silk or aatln, coming
clone ogaliuit the neck, with no Inter-
vening modification, la rapidly ap-
proaching the end of Ita reign. Linen
collar* and lace mouaaeline frilla In
while or cream have returned lo favor,
gallon because moat of the.
ceased lo be baohelora and were Iraaa-
formed Inlo benedict*. Twenty-three
bachelors formed the club, and aeverml
young women In tha aet In which tha
bachelor* moved organlaed what they
called an Old Malda' club. Tha mem-
ber* of both clube ware fond of bowling
and both bowl on the alleya
of the Arlon Hinging aoolety.
Meanwhile Cupid was laiay. One
by one the bachelor* succumbed te the
charma of the old malda, and tha mem-
bership of both organisation* tx'gan to
dwindle until It became dlflhnilt to ae-
ctire a quorum at the meetlnga. At tha
wind-up entertainment of the bachelora
Prealdenl A. N. Mandigo denied a re-
port that the club was obliged to dla-
band because of flnanolal difficulties,
an« confessed thai It waa altogether
•wing to the old malda.
A RH1P THAT FLIES.
AERIAL NAVIGATION PROB-
LEM SOLVED. PERHAPS.
A rallforaia Naa the l«imlsr-ril«
Over Two Tewes—Tti> lin.slor'i law-
yer Tells Afceal II—Haa flow* IH
Miles — Declared te Ns rerleel.
Ha* FHAXf'tsco. Nov. 3.- The
Chronicle prints a a lory which Indicates I owling to
that the air-ship In practicable form U J order, nut that I us trail nf Jumping up
A Matemesl as In How Iowa Slate Chair-
man tarry Mel His Death.
Dr.* Mihxks. Iowa, Nov. S3.—The
IhsIv of Democratic State I'entral t'om-
uilttee Chairman K)lward W. Curry,
who was killed at an Elks' initiation a
week ago. waa taken to Ills home at
taoti In charge of Masons and Rika.
The Klka have issued a statement as t«
how lie met bis death, from which it
api srs I but lie sat ou n thin sheet
of east iron over a small g M jet, ae
inlliatlon custom of the
Novelties la i hlaa Wwre.
The richness of the table war* of tke
preaent ha* never been aurpaaaed, and
the atyle* aro ao many anil varied that
even the moat faatldloua and eccentric
in their taatea can find something lo
their liking. With the exercise of a
little good taate one can gel together
• charming dinner or tea aervlee from
tha various kind* of china brought out
Ihla fall. Aa ha* been Ibe ease for
some lime paat. It la not fashionable
to have a whole set of one kind of
While and gold, or ivory and gild,
continue* lo be uaed moat of all for tho
prlncipul dishes, and next to that the
color moat uacd U green. It I* In every
form of drcoratlon thla year. It la uaed
In comblnitlon with gold to a great ex-
The principal atylea of decoration are
(he rococo. Louie XVI. and Kmplre
llylea. The rococo I* being uaed most
of all on the very handsome china ua
well aa on line glass for the table. Many
beautiful platen have rococo border* of
emboaaed gold on colors.
Flower deroratlona are alao very
much the faahlon. eapeclally roae*. One
beautiful new destKn Ir a reproduction
of old Sevres and la formed of bunchee
of pink roBea, caught together with a
blue ribbon, which rune In curve* and
loopa all around each piece of the china.
Reproductions of old designs arc quite
the thing in these daya. and china fol-
lowa thi* faahlon.
A novelty of thla aeaaon la a high
chocolate cup of a rather peculiar
ahape. Some of theae are green and
gold, rococo atyle, with four Watteau
figures on each cup and each aaucer.
Another atyle Is also decorated with
Watteau figures, but haa a background
of gold, with a high blaze, and the In-
side of the cupa. too. ia gilded.
Quite an original Idea ia to use three
handled loving cups of glass for flowers
In the center of the table. Theae cups
made In clear white glass, cut glaai
and green and gold.
Merely to Oblige.
She waa Just Btarting for church on
her bicycle when her mother called
• Do you really think It would be
proper to wear such a coatume aa that
to church?" asked the mother.
"Why. of course." replied the mod-
ern young woman. "Don't you?"
"Indeed, I do not."
"Ob. well, anything to pleaae." an-
swered the young woman. "I won't
go to church, then."
Half a minute later she was spin-
ning away in the dlrection.of the near-
AN EVEN INO DRESS.
wiws dress your balr in a becoming
manner, as near the prevailing mode aa
possible. A woman who would be well
dressed spends at least one day a sea-
son iiying the effect of this costume or
that color on her person. Nor la her
balr neglected on this day. It Is care-
fully washed and evenly dried, then
waved and fluffed Into bewildering
beauty. My lady now proceeds to ar-
range her hair In as many ways as her
busy brain suggests. She modifies
some, changing a coll here or a puff
there, until she has three or four differ-
ent design* which are becoming to her.
These she uses for various functions
during the season and is always satis-
fled that she has developed the best
lines of her head.—The Latest.
The sketch given shows a costume
the skirt of which is of pink taffeta.
It Is trimmed around the foot with a
flowered taffeta ribbon laid on flat and
bordered on both edges with a narrow
full ruffle of mousseiine de soie. The
blouse bodice of mousseiine is striped
with lengtffwlse bands of "flowered rib
bon, which terminates at the waist in
loops, forming a basque. The wrinkled
sleeves of mousseiine terminate at tho
elbow In a full ruffle of mousseiine and
have a puff of mousseiine and ribbon
bands at the top.
and truly they do look daintier and
fresher than the colored neck finish-
ings so long worn. It takes a very
while and pretty neck to bear well the
sudden contrast of the dark collar, and
even then a white or pale Intermediate
frill Is more pleasing and delicate If
Inducing tha Hair to Curl.
Natural curling hair is one of the
greatest ornaments a woman can have,
it Is true that invention has reached
such a pitch of perfection that nowa-
days It is impossible to detect the real
from the artificial waves, but still
everyone will agree there is a certain
amount of satisfaction In doing with-
out the Irons and the curling pins, no
matter if the effect may be the same or
not. Young mothers may be glad to
know that a baby's hair may often be
encouraged to curl naturally if it is
brushed upward or twisted around the
finger while it Is wet. Brushing down-
ward rather encourages a child's hair
to grow straight. The upward brush-
ing Is not becoming for the time, and
this is no doubt the reason that so few
care to persevere with the idea, but It
well repays one afterward. Of course,
It Is not every head of hair that re-
sponds to this treatment, but In many
cases It has been successful. Soft soap
Is a very good thing with which to wanh
the children's hair, but remember it
froths a great deal and very little will
suffice. If you use too much you will
find a difficulty In rinsing It out thor-
oughly. In order to keep the
hair bright and clean you
must pay particular attention
to your brushes and combs, as well as
to the hair Itself. See that the* are al-
ways clean, and If possible have two
brusheB always In use.
The little Chicago girl had hung up
It was Christmas eve.
"Papa," she lisped, "I hope Santa
Claus will bring me a ton of coal."
The father's eyes dimmed with tears
as he thought of the disappointment
that would be hers when she awakened
In the morning.
For all he had in the world was a
few cents more than $2,000,000, and at
the going price of real estate thai
would barely keep them in drinking
water until spring.—Detroit Tribune.
Mil established fact.
About 1 o'clock last Monday morn-
ing the Inhabitants of Hacrsiucnto,
who were ustlr at that hour, claim lo
have accn an alrslilp passing rapidly
over the olty. Some merely said they
saw a bright light, while others went
SO far aa lo say they saw a cigar-shaped
flying machine, unit bear.I human
voices from It. The residents of Oak-
land also say they aaw the aame sight
a few nighta ago.
lieorge II. loll ins, a reputable lawyer
of this city, says the airship is a
reality. Mr. Collin* nays: "It is per-
fectly true that there Is at lust a suc-
cessful airship in existence, anil that
California will have Hie honor of bring-
ing It before the world. I have known
of the affair for some time, and am
acting as attorney for the inventor,
lie la a very wealthy man, who lin*
been studying the subject of flying
machines for fifteen years, and caiuc
here seven years ugo from the slate of
Maine In order to b.- able to perfect his
Ideas away from the eyes of other In-
,v the machine one night last
week at the Inventor's invitation. It
made of metal, is bImiuI 150 feel
long and ia built to carry fifteen per
There waa no motive power as
I could sec—certainly no steam.
It Is built on the aeroplane system and
haa two canvas wings eighteen feet
wide and a rudder shaped like a bird's
tail. The inventor climbed Into the
machine, and after he bad been inov-
„ some of the mechanism for a mo-
ment. I saw the thing begin to ascend
from the earth, very gently The
wings flapped slowly as It rose, and
then a little faster as It began to move
against the wind. The machine was
under perfect control all the time.
"When it got to a height of al>out
ninety feet, the inventor shouted to
me that he was going to make a aeries
of circles and then descend. lie im-
mediately did so. laiginning by making
a circle smut 100 yard* in diameter,
ind then gradually narrowing it until
the machine got within thirty fe>?t of
the ground. It then fell straightdown.
very gracefully, nml touched the earth
as iightly as a falling leaf.
"The reports from Sacramento the
other niglit were true. It was my
client's air-ship the people saw. It
started from Oroville, in Butte county,
and flew sixty miles in a straight line
directly over Sacramento. After run-
ning up and down once or twice over
the capital, my friend came right on a
distance of another seventy miles and
landed at a spot on the Oakland side
of the bay. where the machine now
lies, guarded by three men. The in-
ventor found during hi* trial trip that
bis ship had a wave-ilke motion that
made him seasick. It is thi* defect
that he is now remedying.
"In another six days the trouble
will be done away with, and it is then
his intention to immediately give the
people of San Francisco a chance to
gee his machine. He will fly right
over the city, and across Market street
a dozen times. He can tly with It to
New York to-morrow if he wants to.
"lie has forsaken the ideas of Maxim
and Langtry entirely in building the
machine, and has constructed it on an
absolutely new theory."
In spite of Mr. Collins' statement
there are many akeptics who say flatly
they do not believe his story. It is al-
most incredible that an airship 150
feet long could lie secreted in any
building near San Francisco without
«he fact being made public.
on feeling the heat, as mml candidate!
NEWS BOILED DOWN
HAPPENINGS FROM ALt
OVER THE WORLD.
A Hadgal o' lleawsl Informal Ion Hrlrll.
and Csrlljr Nelan-tf In TbU CoIsm In
The Civil Service oommUawm wll>
expedite a cum- lo leat the law upoi
William II. Mcllitgh ha* lieon
he retained hia seat, probably to j pointed I'nlted State* judge for tli
■bow hIs stoicism. When it was seen I district of Nebraska.
that he would not rlaenf Ilia own ae- I \y. S. Woodward, a gold Deiroerat
cord lie waa led away anil it was found ,,ri,|,|,|||y will !*• chairman of the com
that his clothing liail been burned mjtl(.,. in,ring charge of the geremo
awuy and his flesh slightly blistered. n|,,M „ttcndant upon the innugiirntloi
Nevertheless he made a good speech l|
aud lunched aa merrily as anyone. millionaire o
Ms a*Vsusfild'tbal night attended l' «er*«... N. J., committed suicide,
performance by Joseph Jefferson and The theory of murder n the Ar
it was not till the day after that he I buckle case tn New York Is growlni
la... borrowed, It Is said, from a
West Indian belle, Is a lemon bath,
which Is supposed to lie a great beautl-
Her na well a* fresh loner, Three or
four lemon* are sliced Into ths water
perhapa a half hour before It la uaed,
*nd Ita ooametlc and Ionia virtues are
thereby much Increased.
The Japanese aro now getting use I
glass. At first glaaa in railway car-
riage window* had to be ameared with
•treaka of white paint to keep pssscn-
from poking their head* through
The bone* of Jumbo, llarnum's fa
■uotla giant elephant that was killed at
Thomas, Canada, a few years ago,
weighed exactly '-'.Hhi pounds after be-
ing thoroughly cleaned.
felt any ill effects from his experience, stronger.
According to the statement. Mr. Curry's William llaus. Hi year
system was In such condition from the the first murderer electrocuted In Ohio
excitement of the campaign that any An l,xanlinrr |,as been placed li
■mail hurt would have caused blood „f the First Nationui bank o
At lloldcn, M
R. P. PILES DEAD.
lh<- Missouri Congress nan-Bier t reaaea
Away Alter an Operation.
Siiki.iii.ia. Mo., Nov. 1*. —R. 1'. lilies,
Coiigresaman-eleet for the First Mis-
souri district, died at hla home here
ycMerday a* the result of a surgical
Mr. Oiles waa unable lo Iske part in
his campaign on account of an illness
contracted a few daya after hla nomin-
ation and bad not Iwen far from home
, but nothing very serious was
thought to Is! the matter until a few
days ago, when an abscess was found
o have formed on bis right side,
a used by a perforation of the IkiwA- [a.
DEATH BY A BULLET.
shot and mortally wounded his broth
er-ln-lsw. lieorge Fain.
Bloodhounds trailed n burglar nii<
run liltu up a tree near Kmporia. Kan.
where be was captured.
Haiders continue to destroy tollgate
In Kentucky., notwithstanding the vlg
llanee of the authorities.
The genersl opinion of Congressmen
according to a New York paper's poll
Is that an extra session will lie called
Mis* Mary Pendleton, daughter o
the late I'nlted States Senator, am
John R. Abnoy were married in IVmh
Ington, D. C.
Princeton defeated Yale at footbol
and Kitzaimmons together for a flnUI *mBlleit of Swlsa towns over a long-
St. Lous, Ma, Nov. 33.—Henry
Sherwood committed suicide at his
home here yesterday by shooting him-
self with a revolver. Ill health Is
4 to 8.
Stuart expects to get Corliet
At • dinner given in Um4m bf ft
South African millionaire svery lady
was presented at dcasrt with a large
uncut diamond from the Month Afri-
can mine In which the host waa la Ur-
- Nothing baa been *een to eqaal Mn
Charlotte Smith's erusade against girls
on bicycles since Mrs. Psrrlngtoa tried
to mop the Atlantic ocean back.
There sro silver breed tray* with
polished wood centers, after the fash-
ion of the gsllery tea trays.
Mr. I.loyd, tl>e proprietor of Lloyd'*
Newspaper aud of the Iguidon Chroni-
cle, haa bought one hundred sqnara
tnllea of Norwegian forest to make
pulp for his paper.
Leading silversmiths i
ipeclalty of reproducing old-time tea
services for households that are with-
out heirlooms la thi* direction.
At one time in 1H02 there wss 2,000
Iona of bar silver, 55,000,000 silver dol-
lars and 935,000,000 In gold coin* alored
lu the mint at Philadelphia.
A desirable ten tray is large and ob-
long nnd haa a handle at each end,
with a coat of arms, crest or monogram
in the center.
J £ crfKNUY *. oa, Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, I sve known F. J.
Cheney for ihe Isat 16 year*, and bellevo
him perfaetlv I,■.notable iii all business
raoaactlon. an.l financially able lo carry
out any olilluaiiona made by their firm.
West A Truax. Wholesale Druggist*, To-
Waddlns.' Klnnsn A Marvin, Wholesale
Pru«l«t*. Toledo. O.
Hall * C*larrh Cur* I* taken Internally,
acting dlroctly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfacea nf the ayslem Trstlmnnl-
lit* sent free. Price 76c per bottle. 8oK1
by all druggist*.
For a fee of from two to eight cents
i message, one may talk froui even the
men is at agricultural fairs thla au-
tumn, the rope and the |
acmble the fool a
Tha expreaalona "llallellujah" and
"Amen" arc aald to have been l tro«
duood Into Christian worship by 8fc
Jerome about A. H 3WX
Dss't ToSacca 1*11 as* tawka T*s> LHs Aes .
II you want lo quit lobscco Uilng emally
and lorevcr, rsgain but manhood, lie made
sell. fliohK, magnetic, lull of new life and
vigor, lake Nn-To-I'ac. the wonder worker
thai makes weak men strong. Many gam
Kn pound* In leo day*. Over '0 i.OOJcured.
Buy No-To-Mac fiom your oiuggwj, who
will guarantees cure. Booklet and ■am-
ple mulled free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co.,
Chicago or New York.
The *tn that will stick to yoa la the
one you expect to give op wlthoat aay
help from Christ.
Two bottle* of Piao's Cure I
tion cured me of s bad lung I
Nichols, Princeton, Ind., Msr. M, IWft.
fight sliout March 1
Opium smuggling is tlecrcasln g.
Muskogee, I. T., now lias a board ol
There Were Other*.
" "Am I the only woman you ever
loved?" she aBked.
"Ob, no," he answered, promptly;
"you are the sixth."
"The sixth!" she crfed, suddenly re-
lieving his shoulder of the weight of
"Yes," he said, coldly, "there were
five before you—my mother, an aunt
and three sisters."
And thereafter she endeavored to be
more specific when she asked questions.
A Sign In Nature.
"It seems to me," said the man who
Is given to far-fetched omens, 'that
there are certain unmistakable signs
of McKlnley's election in the very
"How Is that?" asked hla companion,
with a bored expression.
"Look at that goldenrod—never saw-
such a crop of It before."—Washington
Making a Cup of Tea.
It Is not every woman of the fash-
ionable set who knows how to make a
cup of fragrant tea for the delectation
of her guests when she gives "a five
o'clock." It Is an easy process once one
knows how. nnd as custom requires j
that the hostess st such functions as
the one referred to should brew the
mixture the directions of an expert In
entertaining will be of Interest. First,
ehe says, get a fine brand of tea, and
next be sure thK the water of which
it Is to be made Is freshly drawn. The
water must not have been standing for
hours exposed to the weather nor sltn-
merlng on the range and growing flat.
It must be fresh, and then If you have
a brisk fire or the hot flame of an *eo-
hol lamp bring It quickly to a boll. A
flat-bottomed kettle is to be preferred,
as It has a broad surface to expose to
the heat, and the bofllng Is soon ac-
complished. Water Is boiling when It
bubbles and Jumps merrily about and
the steam comes In white puffs from
the spout of the kettle. It does not
boll when It begins to simmer and to
elng. That Is only the sign that it Is
near to boiling. You must make your
tea when the water has Just boiled, not
when It has been boiling a long time
A kettle which has been standing on
ths back of a stove all day. filled tip
now and then by a dipper or two more
of water added when some has been
taken out. will not inake good tea. You
miiBt boil the witter on purpose.
An earthen pot ia better for tea than
A Wedding Gown.
A picture Is given of an unusually
pretty wedding gown of white satin.
The skirt has a round train, and the
seam at each side of the tabller Is
outlined by two narrow ruffles of ere
mousseiine de Bole. The bodice has but
one piece at the back, while tn front
) there Is a wide corselet, starting from
under the arm seams. The short bolero
front Is trimmed with three narrow
mousseiine ruffles, and the straight col-
lar Is finished at the ton with a mousse-
line ruche. The close sleeve has a
small puff, ending In three ruffles of
mousseiine. A garland of orange blos-
front of the collar, and
Aa to the Knelpp Care.
"1 used to do a good deal of walking
barefoot in the wet grass early in the
morning when I was a boy," remarked
Uncle Allen Sparks, who was ifone of
his reminiscent moods, "but al I can
remember about It Is thatllt
•mighty unhealthy—for the \pralrie
chickens. I generally had a shotgun."
—Chicago Tribune. \
JOY SPENT TOO MUCH.
The St. Louis Congressman t barged WltU
Infraction of I lie Law.
St. Loins. Mo., Nov. 23.—The I'ost-
Dispatch says: "On the basis of his
otatement of campaign expenses filed
with Recorder Lewis. Charles F. Joy Is
not entitled to his seat as Kepresenta-
tlve from the Eleventh Congressional
district of Missouri. Though elected
by nearly l.ooo majority, he is liable
ousted under sections 0
and 10 of the corrupt practices act.
Under this act Mr. Joy was entitled to
nd S.">3 on the voters In his district.
wood of the Missouri supreme court.
The young man was well educated,
highly accomplished and a favorite in
Will Open Mew Territory.
Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 23,-Capl-
talista from Iowa and Vermont lire
looking over the route from Rich lllll
to Eldorado Springs, Mo., with a view-
to putting In the long-talked-of Bieh
Hill Jk Eldorado railroad. The capi-
talists have contracted for the old road
bed built from Eldorado to Walker
several years ago. They stata that
cars will be running over the proposed
route by May 1, 18117. This road will
give a'big territory now without
railroad a direct lino to Kansas City,
as the line will be connected with the
Kansas City, Fort Scott &. Memphis at
IIryan Hunt Orer.
Kansas Citv, Mo., Nov. 23.—William
J. Bryan spent several hours in Kansas
City yesterday morning on his way to
Ills" home in'Lincoln, Neb., returning
from his hunting trip in Tuney county.
He says that he had a splendid time
upon the trip, and he looks it. He is
manifestly improved by the trip, and
his voice se?ms to have recovered its
usual wodderful strength and volume.
Tha Nail Trnit Failure.
Ci.kvei.axo, Ohio, Nov. 23.—The
news from Chicago of the collapse of
the Wire Nail trust was not surprising
to some of the manufacturers in this
city. Ten days ago it was predicted
the trust would cut the price from
$2.00 to $1.75 a keg to meet the com-
petition of outside manufacturers who
could not be bought up by the pool.
le went over this by 8204.50. His lib-
erality will cost him his scat in con-
gress. Congressman-elect Joy said:
"I don't know how much I was en-
titled to spend under the law, but I
hardly think my extravagance will
Keep me out of my seat in congress."
Intimate Frlenil of I-lneoln Dead.
Chicago, Nov. 23.—Henry Asbury,
an intimate personal and political
friend of Abraham Lincoln, and the
man who framed for him the four
questions propounded to Stephen A.
Douglas at Freeport in the famous de-
bate of 1858. is dead. lie was 86 years
old. Mr. Asbury for many years had
been suffering from diseaso of the
Jennlfl Metmlf Not Reformed.
Pbbry, Ok., Nov. 20.—Jennie Met-
calf, who was released from the Bos-
ton reform school a month ago and
promised to reform, has been rear-
rested for selling whisky to the In-
dians. She wore, men's clothing for
months and says she was on several
raids with Bill Doolin. She is 17 years
Three Death* at a tirade Croaalng.
Cohcobb, Ky„ Nov. 21.—An east-
bound Chesapeake & Ohio train struck
a buggy at the First street crossing
last night and instantly killed A. L.
I Vol lick, a young lawyer, and Misses
| Lulu and Lizzie Lind, daughters of the
proprietor of the Lind hotel, who were
returning from an evening party.
Kealgna After Sllteen Year*.
TorF.HA, Kan.. Nov. 23.—A. M. F.
Randolph yesterday resigned his po-
sition as Supreme court reporter and
the court elected T. E. Dewy of Abi-
lene to be his successor. Mr. Randolph
held the position sixteen years. He
will engage in other business.
A Fruaalan Htateaman at Re*t.
BeRI.IN. Nov. 21.—l'rince Otlio Von
Stolllierg-Wernigrode. died yesterday
evening at Werntgerode. He was born
in 1837, was head of the house of
Stollberg-Wernlgerode. president of
the Prussian Diet and a general of
.Official FI*orea In Mlaalaalppl.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 81.—Official re-
turns from the state show that Bryan
received (12,250 votes against 1.849 for
McKinley, 1,021 for Palmer and 340 for
Levering, or a plurality for llryan of
'.6,01)0 out of a vote heavier bv 10,704
than in 1892.
Wayworn Watson—Theae here news-
paper writers Is too high for me. What
Is the difference between llvln' and ex-
lstln', I want to know?
Perry Patetttc—Heaps. Miles. Oceans
A man can exist on bread and meat,
but he has to have booie to really live
"Repeat now the shortest command-
ment, said she,
The Sunday school girl to her class.
And a freckled faced urchin replied
The Bhortest is "Keep off the grass,
a trail of the same flower follows the
left side of the bolero. Cluster* of or-
ange flowcfs are placed at the wrist.
Conqnered by the Women.
The charms of woman have proved
fatal to the Bachelor's club of Jersey
City, and It has been abandoned, sev-
eral of Its leading members having suc-
cumbed to the darts of Cupid. It was
found nscewary to give up the orfmnl-
An Unequal DlTlalon.
Mrs. McSwatters— His waa a family
Mrs. McSwltters—Indeed! I thought
he was poor but proud.
Mrs. McSwatters—So he Is. They only
left him the alrsl—Up to Date.
Opr Elaatle Language.
Successful Writer—I get all my
checks from editors.
Unsuccessful ditto—So do I.—Oetrell
Easy to Tell.
"How do you know that anonymvui
letter was written by a woman?"
"It hasn't any date."--Chicago Ree
LEAnviLi.E, Col., Nov. 23.—The re
ports of a probable sympathetic strike
of miners in other camps in aid of the
Leadville strikers is declared to be un-
founded. Union officers declare no
such move is contemplated at present
by tho Western Federation of Miners
or any of Its branches.
8lr B. W. Rlchardaon Dead.
London? Nov. 23.—Sir Benjamin
Ward llichardson, honorary physician
to the Royal Literary fund, the News-
paper Press fund and the National
Society of Schoolmasters, is dead. He
was born in 1828.
Kusa la to Invade Aala Minor.
London, Nov. 21.—The Daily Mall's
Berlin correspondent reports that Bus-
sia is mobilizing the Caucasus army
with the intention of invading Asia
Minor on the pretext that brigandage
makes the occupation of the country a
.foe Fatehen Breaka a Record.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 21.—Joe
l'atchen made a trial for the State
record on the half mile track at
llolmesbcrg Driving park and covered
the distance in 2:<MH. breaking the
State record of 2:11.
pine has advanced .">t eenb
per 1,000 feu I.
Kentucky molts are still tearing dowr
New York dealer* arc trying to cor
ner llsvano tobacco.
Ileneral Horace A. Porter is talked
of for secretary of war.
J. Kllen Foster's husband wants ti
be governor of New Mexico.
("resident Cleveland is hard at work
on his message and receives few
Iowa's vote: McKinley. 389,878;
Bryan. 223,2<W. McKinley* plurality.
Illinois farmers have formed a Chau-
tauqua association, to study forming.
Lower house of the Vermont legisla
ture voted no on woman suffrage 13.'
California wines hBve lieen raised tc
20 cents, 5 cents over the 181 5 prlct
and 7 ' , cents over 1801.
Warden Mcllne of Erie, l'a.. jumper
from a trai-i after an escaping prisonei
-ad broke his neck.
Texas Republicans are booming Na-
tional Committeeman Dr. John liranl
of Dallas for the cabinet.
Mayor Water.! of Hot Sprinjrs. Ark.,
was acquitted cf killing Harry Martin
a hotel drummer, last May.
Prairie fires are doing in lcli dauwgt
in Lincoln and Payne counties. Okla
honm. Two people were fatally burned
By a fire damp explosion in a col
liery in Westphalia. Ilermany. twenty
live men were killed and Hfty en-
Robert W. Deutcli. a retired cloaV
merchant of New York, committri
suicide in San Francisco by turning or
S. Bloomquiat, a Dawson. Minn,
farmer, shot Mb brother's wife anc
then committed suicide. The womai
I'p to date ten contests for seats it
the next Kansas legislature have heei
announced. In each case the wlnnei
has less than 100 majority.
National (irange resolved agains
proposed export bounties on agricul
tural products. A resolution in favoi
of reciprocity tieaties was killed.
Newspaper men arc highly indignan
at the treatment received at the Cleve
land banquet given in Hanna's lionot
and have published warm resolutions.
First National bank. Sioux City
Iowa, has gone to the wall, pulling
dowu with it the Sioux City Saving!
bank and J. K. Pugli A Coi. cliina ant
George II. MeCluskey. a Chicagt
ticket broker, deserted h'is wife, and ti
get even she threw vitriol on him ii
the Plaza hotel in Plymouth place. H<
was badly burned.
General Attorney Waggener of tin
Missouri Pacific denies in toto pub
lished reports concerning I'nlted statei
Marshal Necly's alleged indebtetlnesi
to the railway.
Students of Lafayette college
Easton. l'a., carried Henry M. Payne
of South Wood, L. I., to a barlier shoj
and cut off his long black whiskers
The victim has caused five arrests.
Itatance telephone system to any part
of the country.
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h easily cured by dslng Hyrup of Fig*.
Manutacturcd by the California Fig Syrup
Company only, and iold by *11 druggi ta.
The famous "Cass Countv Ox," renr
ed by C. W. Curtis, of Cuss county
Iowa, had a girth measurement of 10
feet and 11 inches and weighed 3
Caa'o Coast Bataaa
Is the oldssf aad bart. II wUl
A room in which bicycles may b«
stored free of charge Is the latest lux
ury attached to Brooklyn boarding
houses and furnished room establish
fftba Bstr la raitlsi Tsslk.
Be aura and ass thai old aad welj-trtcd "'"dr-1'
Wias* ITT'I Sooraiao SYacr for ckUdiaa Taatklag.
Quito i* the only city in the world
that la situated on the equator. There
the sun rises and sets at 8 o'clock the
When bilious or costive, eat s Cascaret
-nndy cathartic, euro guaranteed. 10c, 25c
Fruita, Col., lias a labor exchange.
Plumbers have 180 unions.
Cliaracier building 1s bigger work
than building railroad*.
j,lit try s 10c box orCoscartta, ths finest
liver and bowel regulator ever nisde.
Chicago haa 1,000 elevator conduc-
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away alter awhile."
That's what people say when
advised to take something to
cure that cough.
Have you ever noticed tbat
the cough that goes away after
awhile takes the cougher along ?
AtuHu Joes*'t com* huh!
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Bkiii.im, Nov. 20.—A fire damp explo-
sion has occurred in a colliery at
Recklinghausen, Westphalia. Twen-
ty-five bodies have been recovered and
forty or fifty men are known to be
Death of lieorge W. Q. Farris.
pittsiu-ko. l'a., Nov. 23.— Oeorge
W. t . Ferris, who conccived and built
the world-famous Ferris wheel at
World's fair, died at Mercy hospital In
this city at 11 o'clock yesterday morn-
ing of typhoid fever.
Platte Citt, Mo., Nov. 10.—Colonel
Fielding Humes of this city, one of the
pioneers of Northwest Missouri, died
here yesterday afternoon. He was an
elder brother of the late James N. and
Calvin F. Burnes of St. Joseph.
Ths Officer's Shot Held ,ln*tlflabl
Sbdalia, Ma, Nov. 23.—In the case
of ex-OfHoer William Rslffeissen,
charged with the murder of Henry
Bosse, colored, while trying to escape
arrest, January 30, the jury returned a
verdict of acquittal after being out
Corpus for Spute.
Dknvkr. Col.. Nov. 20.—Andrew J
SpxlU , who Is charged by the district
attorney with having murdered his
wife and five children by causing them
to drown, was released from jail under
a writ of habeas corpus on J5,000 bond.
Aa Karl Will B« Prld for HI* Sam.
London, Nov. 21—A dispute between
brokers, which was considered by the
committee of the f\tock exchange dur-
ing the week, disclosed that a commis-
sion of ST..'<00 was paid for securing an
earl as a company director.
Washington, Nov. 23.—Senator Stew-
art of Nevada to-day came out for
Senator Don Cameron for the silver
party's Presidential candidate in. 1900.
He believes that with such a platform
as Cameron suggested two years ago—
"free silver and pro tec ~
sylvan ian can wii
, Mo, Nov. 23.—At a joint „ Cor"BV,n _
meeting of the Philomathlc and Excel- nashviu^. Tenn Nov. ?a-For
sior Literary societies of William President, Bryan, 1«3,631; McKinley,
Jewell college. San, J. Bryan wo. 148,773; Watson 4.525; Palmer, 1 951,
invited to deliver the annual address Levering, 3,098. Bryan* plurality,
during commencement week next June, 14,878.
..ueas Reiner of Covington, hy., Ii
being held in Germany by officials whi
are trying to force him into the Brmv
He left Germany when 14 years ok
and Is a naturalized American.
K. Vanderbilt got a check fot
809,477.69 from the owner of tht
steamer II. F. Dlmmock. which sank
Vanderbilt's steam yacht Alva tlirct
years ago near Boston.
James If. Childs of San Frauciscr
as shot and killed by John Millor,
carpenter, who was shooting at Mist
Nellie Ryan when Childs passed the
door and interfered to save the woman.
Seventy-six families of Eastern lie
brews were lured to I/Ogan county.
Col., by T. Cheney, a year ago, but as
they couldn't live on sand and sage
brush,- they are all now In Denver,
[nartereil on charitable friends.
Monongahela river coal miners
threaten a general strike
Fred Kunston of Kansas is a big gun
among the Cuban insurgents.
Appraisers have been appointed tc
divide up James G. Fair's millions.
Council of Jewish Women has
adopted "health and humanity'* as its
Over 1,500,000 barrels of apple* are
exported yearly and the trade i%grow-
Wages of the Pullman Palace Car
company shopmen have been cut 15 per
Fifteen hundred employes of the
Michigan Car works, Detroit, have
been laid off.
Dan Stuart has formed a syndicate
to establish a Monte Carlo at Juarez,
across the Mexican line from El Paso.
British steamer. Memphis, from
Montreal, went ashore In Dunlough
bay, England, and twelve men were
David S. Jordan, government com-
missioner. reports that but one-fifth as
many seals are on the Alaska islands
as there were ten years ago.
Fred Williams assaulted the 12-year-
old daughter of Mrs. Palm at Carbon,
Pike county, Ind., and was pursued
and slain hy a party of miners.
Spanish Premier Castillo says he will
brook no interference with Cuba by the
United State*, aud will not make any
or yield to anybody.
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