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ITU ! NOUIfOLK NHWS : FRTDAV. AlUlti ! . 1 ( W 3
Dr. Louis Schlesingcr is at the
'HIS MEDIUM IS "BROTHER BEN. "
'Diagnosed the Case of Mrs. Glbout
of Hastings , Who HatlJ Lizards In
Her Stomach Cures Liquor and
[ Prom Monday's Daily. ]
Dr. Louis SohlesliiKor of Ounitanooga ,
'Toim. , a uotod Bplrituallst , arrived HI
the city Saturday nftornoou nud is stop-
plug at the Paotflo. Dr. Sohloslngor Is
probably the oldest medium in the
1 country and IB well known throughout
the south and west , Ho gave a remark-
nblo exhibition this morning in presence
of n roproaoutativo of THE NBWS , by
communicating messages appnroutly
from the spirit world. His medium of
communication , ho claims , Is through
his brother "Beu , " whom ho says has
"boon sojourning with the spirits siuco
1854. Ho is the nmn who diagnosed the
case of Mrs. F. Qlbout of Hastings toll
ing her that she had two lizards in her
fltomnoh. Under his instructions she
dieted and was in the course of a short
time relieved of the reptiles. Dr.
' Sohlosluger is wealthy and has begun
the erection of a spiritualistic temple iu
The doctor claims to euro the liquor
.tind tobacco habits absolutely iu one
-treatment , and if he does not do so
agrees to purchase all the cigars a man
may smoke during the remainder of this
"life , He treats the poor without any
charge and allows the well-to-do to make
iBmall payments , which money goes to
-the benefit of the poor and needy.
Ho is 81 years old , although ho looks
much younger. There is no doubt but
' -that he is sincere in what he believes ,
> nud whatever his power is , those who
have witnessed his tests are compelled
* to admit that they are beyond ordinary
BATTLESHIP IOWA DISABLED.
Steam Pipe .Bursts , Tearing Away the
Pensacola , April 22. The battleship
'Iowa , which left on Monday to complete -
: pleto her target practice in the gulf ,
was towed in last night , totally dis
abled by a stcamplpe bursting and
tearing away the steering gear. The
accident happened at 5:30 : p. m. and
three government tuga were sent to
'tho ship's relief. The damage to the
ship is great and it will require ten
days or more to make repairs. The
weasel Is now lying at the navy yard.
"Tho squadron was to have departed
'ilor the north today , but the accident
* o the Iowa will prevent its sailing as
VANDERBILT WEDDING FiXED.
. Bride's Brother Says Ceremony Will
Be In London Next Week.
"New York , April 22. Oliver Harrl-
' -man , brother of Mrs. Lewis M. Ruthor-
turd , confirmed the report that his sis
ter is to be married toV. . K. Vander-
bllt. The ceremony , Mr. Harrlman
eald , will take place April 29 , and prob
ably at the home of Henry White , sec
retary of the American embassy In
London. The only me'mber of Mrs.
Rutherfurd's family who will be pres
ent is Mrs. William R. Travers , her
.sister. She will leave here today on
-the Philadelphia , which will reach the
.other side just in time for the wed
BEATS ALL MAIDEN RECORDS.
TJew German Lloyd Liner Cross Ocean
In Five Days and 23 Hours.
New York , April 22. Completing
the quickest maiden voyage from
Cherbourg to. .New York , but falling
to break any of the trans-Atlantic records -
ords , the new German steamship
Kaiser Wllhelm II of the North Ger
man Lloyd Steamship company
reached port last night. The time of
the vessel's passage from Cherbourg
Mole to the Sandy Hook lightship was
five days and twenty-three hours , a
lew minutes over twelve hours , behind
the record for the passage.
Dankero Select San Francisco.
New York , April 22. Seventy-four
.bankers dined at one large table In
the New York Athletic club. The oc
casion was the annual meeting of the
' executive council of the American
Bankers' association , at which San
'Francisco was selected for the meeting
place for the annual convention.
Among those present were Leslie M.
Shaw , secretary of the treasury ; Ly-
xrion J. Gage and A. B. Hepburn.
Edward Simmons presided.
Husband Held for Murder.
Kansas City , April 20. Mrs. Esther
Paddock , aged twenty years , was
killed by falling from the third story
of a rooming house In this city and it
IB bolleved that she was the victim of
foul play. Roy Paddeck , her husband ,
and two other persons wore In the
room at the time of the tragedy and
ft number of witnesses declare that
Mrs. Paddeck and her husband had
been quarreling before she was killed.
The police believe that she was
thrown or pushed out of the window
and her husband was arrested , to beheld
held pending an Investigation of the
Striking Messenger Boys Use Violence
Butte , Mont , April 22. As a re-
Bult of the strike of the Western
Union and American District Tele
graph messengers a mob of boys and
men assailed the telegraph offlco and
closed It. Windows were smashed ,
the doors barricaded , and the manager
-and operators were Imprisoned In the
building. The police appeared indlf-
: ferect to the acts of the mob.
ARAB TRIBES HONOR LOUBET ,
Thousands Pnss In Review Before
French President nt El Krolder.
121 Krolder , Algeria , April 22.
President Louhot presided In a vorlta-
bio durbar of the nomadic tribesmen
of the dosort. The tribesmen gathered
in thousands from all parts of south
ern Algeria for a ceremony of Oriental
splendor. The ceremony was hold In
a vast plateau. Hero the tribesmen
assembled from all quarters , souio of
them having Journeyed 300 or 400
miles across the dosort. The chiefs
were mounted on horses , but tlio
tribesmen were on cantols and formed
great caravans. Over 8,000 men par
ticipated In the gathering.
Madrid , April 22. It has boon re
ported hero from Algeria that French
troops which were assembled at 121
Krolder have been ordered to the
Sahara desert because of the proclama
tion of a holy war by the Sahara
FIRES TWO SHOTS AT PRISONER.
Attempts to Kill Man Who Assaulted
Towanda , Pa. , April 22. William
Darnos of Luther's Mills attempted
to kill Charles Brooks , who Is In jail ,
charged with assault upon Anna
Barnes , the fourteen-year-old daughter
of William Barnes , Barnes and his
son , Frank , went to the Jail. After
being admitted to the corridor , the
boy handed his father a revolver.
Barnes , stopping to the grating of
Brooks' cell , fired two shots. Both
took effect , one in the left breast and
the other in the left hand. Barnes
and his son were arrested , charged
with attempted murder. The boy was
later discharged and the father was
admitted to ball.
BURNS COUPLE WHILE DRUNK.
Indiana Man Arrested Charged With
Indianapolis , April 22. Harry
Wheeler , wanted at Aurora , Ind. , on a
charge of murder , was arrested hero.
The crime was committed on a shanty-
boat on the Ohio river , near Aurora ,
April C. During a drunken carousal ,
an oil can was knocked over and its
contents spilled over the floor. It is
alleged that Wheeler threw lighted
matches at the oil-soaked spot on the
floor. The boat took fire and burnod.
A man named Johnson of Owensboro
was burned to death and several other
persons seriously Injured. One of
these , Mary Martin , has since died at
Strike Leader Slain.
Charleston , W. Va. , April 22. Anoth
er tragedy , growing out of the battle
between striking minors and deputy
marshals at Stanaford City last Feb
ruary , took place near there today ,
when John Harless , one of the strike
leaders , was shot and killed by John
Laing and a man named George , who
went with Deputy Marshals Cunning
ham and Summers to arrest Harless
on a warrant Issued by the federal
court. When the officers' party approached
preached the house Harless ran out.
Ho was commanded to halt , but In-
Btead he dodged behind a tree , drew
his pistols and began firing. Lalng
and George returned the fire and Har
less fell dead. Laing Is the manager
of the Lanard coal mines.
Sears Elected Commander.
New York , April 22. The annual
election of officers of the New York
commandery of the Naval and Mili
tary Order of the Spanish War was
held here. President Roosevelt , who
was the commander up to the present
year , sent a letter In which ho re
gretted his inability to be present.
Lieutenant Commander W. J. Sears
was elected commander to succeed
Roosevelt Coming Sunday.
Lincoln , April 22. President Roose-
Telt will arrive in Grand Island , Neb. ,
Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. Ho will
be asked to select the church which
ho will attend In the forenoon. In
the afternoon a horseback rldo of
twenty-five miles to Abbott , Neb , , Is
planned. Ho will be accompanied on
the rldo by Governor Mickey , Senators
Dietrich and Mlllard and Congressman
Boys Plan to Kill an Overseer.
Kearney , Neb. , April 22. An Inmate
of the Boys' Industrial school , who was
placed on parole , told the superintend
ent of a plot to kill an inmate over :
seer. The plot was originated by an
inmate named Sued , a big fellow who
has been regarded as a bad man. The
overseer was to be killed on the waj
to work In the fields and the boys
planned to escape. Four In the plot
are now locked up.
6t. Louis Grand Jury Adjourns.
St. Louis , April 22. The St. Louis
trand Jury temporarily adjourned to
enable Circuit Attorney Folk to give
his attention to the trial of local boodle
cases. Mr. Folk held a conference
with Robert E. Leo respecting the re
turn of his brother , Lieutenant Gov
ernor Lee. After the conference Mr.
Folk said he expected Governor Leo
to return to St. Louis tomorrow.
Goodell In a New Place.
Manhattan , Kan. , April 23. Charles
E. Goodell , professor of history and
economics In the State Agricultural
college , has resigned to accept a sim
ilar cliargo In the Baptist university
at Grantvllle , O. Professor Goodell
came hero three years ago from Frank
lin college , Indiana.
General Woodson Improving.
Great Falls , Mont. , April 23. Briga
dier General Albert E. Woodson , who
was stricken with paralysis , continues
to Improve , and his physicians now
believe that ho will at least partly re
cover. He la resting easy.
Flying Column Almost An
nihilated by Somalilosc.
3UT 30 OF 220 ESCAPE.
Soldiers Overwhelmed by Numbers
and Perish Al'tor n Sharp Qattlo.
Situation Is Serious , but Oflluars
are Preparing to Moot It.
Hoi-born , Somnliluud , April 8 . Sivo-
il toTho NOWH : A flying column <
! )0 ) British RoldlorH , l > ol ( > ii | < liiK to tl.
list Africa foreo , which wiw , simt cm
> quell a diHturbiuuw , him boon ovoi
helmed by the SoumlihjHO uud nftnr .
umdy Imttlo all the Hohllcnnvovt ) billon
xoopt thirty , who nueceoded In iniiUiiu
nulresoapu and reported the dl.suui
nco to the authorities hero.
The British bolcllein were mot by
rgo number of the blaolcn , and iuml
Kperato attempt to Imttlo their wn
rough but were overpowered nud ti
mnimnd practically annihilated.
The situation Is HorlotiH ami the li ) |
h officers arn propnring their foice
al with ponditimiH viuiv on lv
TORNADO WRECKB A TOWN.
6t. Paul , Kan. , Is Visited by a
Topolta , April 21. Word readied
here of tornado at St. Paul , Neosha
county , which destroyed a great
amount of property and Injured llvo
people , four of whom cannot recover.
Mrs. David Chamberlain and three
members of a German family named
Longham will die , It Is thought. David
Chamberlain has bruises of a oovoro
character , while several other persons
sustained minor injuries.
The three story brick school build
ing was entirely destroyed , and the
homes of David Chamberlain , Mr.
Longham and Mrs. Mollusc were
blown away. Many houses were un
roofed. The tornado Jumped a build
ing occasionally , taking a house hero
and a barn thero. The storm lasted
about five minutes.
Near Cherryvalo all the buildings on
the farm of Stanley Foster were de
molished. Mr. and Mrs. Foster were
Injured badly and their two-year-old
child was fatally hurt , the latter suf
fering a fractured skull.
PRETENDER THREATENS TOWN.
Foreign Residents of Tetuan Much
Worried by Attitude of Rebels.
Madrid , April 22. A dispatch from
Ceuta , Morocco , reports the port of
Tetuan , Morocco , as being In a very
critical position. The pretender Is be
ing urged to attack Totuan , the capture -
turo of which is considered easy. The
English and Jewish residents of the
place are unable to leave except by
Bca and have requested that a steamer
bo sent to fetch them , as in consequence
quence of the insufficient garrison tho.
town will soon bo in the hands of the
insurgents. The Spaniards Imvo de
manded the protection of the Spanish
President's Itinerary Changed.
Billings , Mont. , April 21. The pros- !
dent's Itinerary has been changed to
provide for a stay of one hour at
Edgemont , S. D. , instead of five min
utes as previously announced. This
is done In order that the president
may give a reception to his numerous
friends In the Black Hills country , as
his tour does not contemplate a visit
to that section. Superintendent Fuel-
an of Alliance will be In charge of the
pilot train , which will precede the
president's special over the Burlington
system through Nebraska.
Interstate Commission to Investigate.
Minneapolis , April 23. The latest
development in the flour mill situation
Is the announcement that the Inter
state commerce commission will In
vestigate the discrimination against
flour In favor of wheat In freight tar
iffs , which resulted In the total sus
pension of the flour manufacturing In
dustry of the northwest. Millers look
on the announcement as the forerun
ner of relief , while the transportation
companies seem displeased that the
commission Is to interfere. Only
three mills have resumed operations.
Barred From Bankruptcy Law.
St. Louis , April 23. Judge Adams
dismissed a petition filed by the Na
tional Securities company asking that
It be declared bankrupt. Judge Adams
held that the National Securities com
pany , as admitted by the plaintiffs ,
conducted a "bucket shop" and consequently
quently the United States bankruptcy
laws would not furnish the desired re
lief. The petition was denied on the
ground that a "bucket shop" Is neither
a mercantile nor trading pursuit.
Packers May Yet Appeal.
Chicago , April 23. A formal order
of default was entered by Judge Gross-
cup against the packers who have
failed to answer the government's
anti-trust bill. The final order of In
junction was not entered against the
defendants in consequence of the ab
sence of District Attorney Bethca
from the city. It Is expected that the
packers will appeal when the flnal or
der te entered. "
Donnelly In a Critical Condition.
Chicago , April 23. R. H. Donnelly ,
president of the Chicago Stock exchange -
change and member of the firm of
Knight , Donnelly & Cp. , who was op-
crated on for appendicitis on Monday ,
Is reported In a critical condition.
Governor Richards III.
Cheyenne , Wyo. , April 23. Governor -
or DeForest Richards Is sick with
acute inflammation of the kldneya.
His condition is regarded aa critical.
TAKE OFF YOUR HAT
TO AN OLD FRIEND.
ItsYear of Jubilee has come.
Sixty yearn of faithful service Iu Man anil
HfiiHt entitles il teA
A GRAND DIAMOND JUBILEE
Your sires nntl grnnd ttire.1 used INloxlunn
MiiHtfuii * Liniment because it healed their
hurts ami cured the ills of their ( lomcHlic an- !
main. What MKXICAN MHKTANII UsiMUNTdicl
for mankind and brute kind ( ! ( ) yearn ago it
docs to-day. 11 lias always cured and always
will cure any and everything that u good ,
honest liniment can cure ,
All Sorts of Horse Flesh
are nil Biihjcct to nil norl.t of Sprains , Ilrulscn , Flesh Wountlrt find other alls. Most
mvncro know that Mexican MUHIUIK Uiilinuiii in the moHt effective horse med
icine that ever penetrated ilenli. it ia the bent investment an animal owner could put
money into ,
It soaks down through the muscles.
No.lininieuL can cure unless it penetrates the fevered and mvolleii muscles right
down to the rootH ol the trouble. MHXIOAX MUSTANI ; UNIMHNT penetrates more
thoroughly than iinylliiiig that was ever created In a chemical laboratory. The
deepest , most stubborn and most intense paii | in man or beast can be reached and
routed by the use of this good old time-tried liniment.
Cures the hurts of anything that walks.
If your horse has a stiff joint , a harness sore , a cut or bruise , MKXICAN MUSTANG
LINIMHNT will cure u. If your cow has a hurt , a caked ndiler or sore teats it will cure
it and restore her to health and usefulness , If vottr poultry htm roup , frozen combs ,
rheumatism , scaly legs or any disease of llie'llesli or bones MKXICAN MUSTANI ) LINI-
MHNTwill cure them. What it lias done ia thousands , upon thousands of instances
justifies these claims.
Two things needed an lameness.
What Lameness , KtilTJoinls and other deep-seated ailments need more limn any
thing else is MKXIUAN MUSTA.M ; I.IM.MICNT. The next is plenty of rubbing. The rub-
biiiK works the liniment away in through the tired and sore nntsekp to where the
pain begins and then the lameness disappears and the pain departs.
Three iJGe. , 5e. mid SjSl a bottle. Sold everywhere.
\Vlmt CnitNin K
The mnuiiur In which shyness allows
itself differs greatly Iu different people.
BoinethneH It Is cnusod by lucxporlcnco
and the want of self confidence that
comes from knowing little or nothing
of the wiiys and customs of society ,
and sometimes , too , It arises from self
consciousness and is Hlmply vanity un
der another name and In a different
guise. It may sound harsh to say that
the shyness of many people Is caused
by their conceit , but It Is a fact nil the
same. They are always thinking of
themselves , wondering If they are mak
ing a good impression or looking their
best.J'hey Imagine that every ono lit
remarking them , and If not quite cer
tain of their surroundings they got hot
and nervous , Hurried , awkward and un
comfortable. If they would only think
less of themselves , they would bo far
happier and also far pleusiiuter com
Food For Nervous Imllvlilunln.
As a rule salt meat Is not adapted to
the requirements of nervous people , as
nutritious juices go Into the brine to a
great extent. Fish of all kinds In good
for them. Haw eggs , contrary to the
common opinion , are not as dlgcntlblo
ns those that have been well cooked.
Good bread , sweet butter and lean
meat are the best food for the nerves.
People troubled with insomnia and
nervous starting from sleep and sensa
tions o'f falling can often be cured by
limiting themselves to n diet of milk
alone for n time. An ndult should take
a pint at a meal and take four meals n
day. People with weakened nerves require -
quire frequently a larger quantity of
water than those whoso nerves and
brains arc strong. It aids the digestion
by making the food ( soluble , and seems
to have a direct tonic effect Science
" " * * '
Wabash River Still Rising.
Vlncennes , Ind. , April 21. The Wabash , -
bash river continues to rise. It is ex
pected that the flood will bo the great
est In the history of the valley. Thou
sands of acren of land are under water ,
and for the third time this year many
people have been forced to move from
the lowlands on the Illinois side.
King Edward Reviews Marines.
Valetta , Island of Malta , April 21.
King Edward reviewed 8,000 bluejack
ets and marines and later , with elab
orate ceremony , he laid the foundation
Btono of the breakwater which Is to
protect the entrance of the grand har
bor. Many distinguished persons were
CURES A COLD IN ONE D/ *
CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS
ON EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE
YOU MUST NOT FORGET
That \vo are constantly growing in the art of
making Fine Photos , and our products will al
ways bo found to embrace the
and Newest Styles in Cards and Finish. Wo also
carry a fine line of Moldings suitable for all
kinds of framing.
Are n Positive Cure for Indigestion ,
Constipation , Fcavers , Foul nmlwcak
Stomachs. A noted doctor of Chicago
stated that he believed a 50c. box of
Slocum's Worm Cake would give
BTOMACII WORM. more relief than $50 worth of ordinary
doctor's fees. Price SOcts. by mall
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" You \ :
Cannot \ '
You cannot drive purchasers J ;
to any particular store. You <
caa win them by convincing <
A convincing argument at
tractively displayed in the advertising - J
vertising columns of this paper J
will reach the eyes of hundreds j
of buyers in this community. <
On November 5th , and 19th , and
December 3rd , and 17th , the Missouri
Pacific Railway will sell tickets to cer
tain points iu the South , Southeast , and
Southwest , at the rate of one fare for
the round trip , plus31$3.00. Final re
turn limit 21 days from date of sale.
Fast Time and Superior Through Ser
vice. Reclining Ohalr Oars ( seats free ) .
Palimau Buffet Sleeping Oars.
For further information or land pam
phlets , address , W. 0. BARNES
T. P. A. , Omaha , Neb
H. 0. TOWNSEND , 0. E. STYLES.
O. P. * T. A. A. D. P. 4 T 1.
St. Louis , Mo. Kansas OityMo.
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