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THE ALLIANCE-1 XDEl' E N I ) E N T.
NOVEMBER 0 1893
AWFUL DETAILS OF THE SANT
SCENES ' IMPOSSIBLE TO DESCRIBE.
A DUatter Barb. a IIss Nerar Before
Keen TbotiKht of la (he World Uls
ter The Rra lifted 'Into tne
Air I-lke a Waterapout Una-
4rcU of people Mark A
. i Mud Awful II n too.
Maiuii, Nov. 7. The .terrible dis
aster whkh has wrecked the port of
Kant Awhir and destroyed a thousand
lire has Rent a thrill of horror
throughout Spain. The story of the
great dNaster in brief is as follow.
The Cab Maehicliaeo, aNpniish
steamship be'ong-in to Ililboa, caught
fire at about J o'clock Friday after
noon while the stcamer waft alonir the
quay dfceharging part pf .her cargo,,
wblrb eomprispd nearly 2,i00 ton of
merchandise, though the nlain part of
tliis cargo wan iron ore and a number
of sack of flour, barrels of .wine, many
case of petroleum and over 500 cases
of dynamite, of which "only twenty
case were declared on the steamer's
manifest The remaining 80 cases
of dynamite were oatr-abiind and,: to
the shame of the shippers of this con
traband dynamite, it has caused im
mense loss of life and vast damage to
property. ' " ' ' ' ' !
Leading municipal authorities head,
ed the 11 re men and guards in the
effort to iave ' the steamer".' r The
provincial governor, who was one of
the first to reach the spot, displayed the
greatest activity in directing the oper
ations, and upon learning that" the
ship's manifest showed that there
were twenty cases' of dynamite on
board, the firemen were directed to
assist the' crew in bringing this quan
tity of explosive material ashore.
This was done In safety. . It was be
lieved no more dynamite remained on
board and a tug which had been sum
moned to the spot was ordered to tow
the burning veel out into the boy in
order that the flames might not com
municate to the wharf and to adjoin
ing property, which was of a decided
ly combustible nature.1 '
At about 4:.1) p in. a detonation on
board showed, as it afterwards turned
out, that the boilers had burst, and
soon after there was another terrible
detonation heard. The stetmer seemed
to open In half, sending a blaze of fire
skyward", over which a crown of smolto
rested for several minutes. The re
port was of such awful Intensity that
It shook the earth lor miles around,
caused heuses to totter, smashed every
window pane within the radius of a
rifle shot, filled the air with a mass of
flying iron, burning wood, blackened
timbers and scorched beams, which
noon after foil, a death dealing hail,
upon the neighboring houses, scatter
ing death and destruction wherever it
The sneno following the blowing up
of the steamer is almost indescribable,
and the effect of the-explosion of
those "4H0 cases will hardly be be
lieved. ' '
The" power of the explosion shot
tons qf ron Into the air, where it min
gled with the burning fragments of
the1 steamship, tug and wooden quay,
as well as the manirled bodies of hun
dreds of unfortunate people who were
hurled upward at the same time, and
the failing of this horrible mass ran
be better imagined ' than described.
On adjoining buildings, tottering with
wreckage, fell a shower of iron, follow
ed by, huge pieces of wood and the re
mains of human bodies, and above all
dropped.' Haming splinters which set
lire U hundreds of buildings, causing
a scene of panic similar, one would
imagine, to the one which would have
Kiiccet-dtd the bursting forth of a vol
cano at the water's edge.
The force of the exploding dyna
mite caused such a concussion that in
addition to shaking hundreds of build
ings off their foundations, it actually
hank a small craft in the harbor, in
addition to setting fire to a large num
ber of other vessels and starting tires
upon several o! the larger ships, in
tdudiug the Alfonso XII, which vessel
caught Art and burned so fiercely that
forty of her drew lost their lives on
board of her.
The quay promenade close to the
scene nt the explosion presented the
most sickening sight ever witnessed
Wjnjlul and blackened corpses were
scattered here and there or were iu
heaps in many cate upon the wounded
and dying. ' whose fearful shrleksof
agony filled the air and struck terror
into the hearts of those who, after a
time, summoned sufficient courage to
venture near the carnage grouud.
Over loo people are said to have
Keen precipitated iuio tlu sea bf the
M plosion and there, beneath this hall
of I. on and wood, they met death with
the crews ' ve unfortunate steamer
and tugt. . tlch about to low
her into the bay.
The whole country U indignant at
t ie rrlinlml conduct of the crew of
iH steamer at well as the criminality
f tiui who shipped the contraband
ti raws of dynamite, and the general
opinion U tha government mutt lake
btnne bate atia to punish the people
H shipped the drnemtte.
The eipUtttonot the dynamite lifted
the Ma up iattt the ale ukt a wale
tittt. miauling enormous quantities
f aiud andstitne with the wrecks,
and herllng them foe great dlsiau.-
on evtrji side.
The mWr of people who have hwi
Ihetr mbm through the eiploaie la
very great, as4 It M paly etaarted
hwa treda of people have eo-nplrtelv
loal their atlad sad wtfl have I te
roe, tee t aUm f t the remaladtr
of tfcetr Uvea
witfc ratalf !.
Mt ni l, Nt, t. Ks'ltif ,-.
A W llttcsaff du. , ...I
ttke f pttmSysis fruu wttivH I-
t',iaui(t,l he wilt eov t r t ,
tlSfWMt whbe at the lrvaft ..
ktaa ff lia.(
Voa, Sov t - Nin l..,
wt tMt hf la aitut tf a a U
im latltr War rttrUf tfistbu
TRAIN ROBBER3 RUN DOWN.
1n of iU Arkaaaaa Hand at Itaapera-dM-
raptured Alter a rialtf.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. ".Five of
the Oiiphant train robbers and mur
derers have Wen captured. Two are
in jail at Hatesviiie and throe have'
been carried overland to Newport A
considerable part of the plunder was
recovered fee the two mu ia jaU In
clwlin? poeketbooks, money, rings
The three men Wins' carried over
land were captured in the White river
bottoms this morning after the ex
change of .several idiots which wounded
one of the rbbers. . ; -, ,
( onducfor McNally was shot as lie
had tired bin first shot at the outlaws.
He was a high decree Maon and one
of the- o'dest ;u'n in the employ of the
railroad. ' .
The robbers refused to take the
money of somen or laborers and re
turned small Minn for. oral to several
passencrti They aUo took only val
DLOWN UP BY MISTAKE.
Four ltrltl.h Sailor Kllli-d li.r Overateal-
on llrar.lll ia Magiztiie (.mtrdi.
Loxim.s, Nov. 7. Seamen and ma
rines from, the Ilritish warships
lloaglc, Kacor and Sirius landed near
llio do . Janeiro to obtain a supply of
aund for holystotiiu the decks. I)ur
ing th"lr fitny asliore they approached
nil old lirnzill.in g-jvernment powdflr
magazine which wis (rniinled bv a de
tachment of President JYisofo's
soldiers. Th , 'utter believed the
Ilritish belonged, to the rebel warships
and blew, up the magazine; killing
four and wounding flv.i Ilritish sailors.
KILLED FOR MONEY. '
Three Oklahiun: C'oloied I'eopla lirnlall
, i, Unfettered by a fctMfMl I'rtcad. ' .
OKr.AiioMA Cirr.Ok , Nov. 7. North
east of here, tliis inorninir. a neorro
named ('lark, and his wife nnd daugh
ter, were found In their cabin with
their throats cut and their skulls
fractured by blows from iu ax. They
had been assaulted and robbed of fr.'OO
by John Milllfan, o negro who had
lived with them. Mrs. Clark was
dead and the others will die, .
The Chicago Mayoralty llflit,
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 7. To-day the Dem
ocratie minority met to elect a mayor
pro tern. There were no Republicans
present and the senhloti was adjournod
until ,1 o'clock, the sergeant-ut-arms
being Instructed to compel the
presence of nil alderman. The Demo
crats fttill claim that no election has
taken place,- while the Republicans
hold that the. temporary successor to
the murdered mayor was chosen Sat
urday, when Alderman Swift received
one more vote than the Democratic
candidate amid scenes of great dis
order, (Swift, having taken the oath
ofollleo, will present his bond for ap
proval. Mr, Morton to lie 0irated On.
Paws, Nov. 7. Hx-Vice President
Levi P. Morton of the United States
returned here Saturday from Tours,
where he placed his two daughters la
a convent to obtain a French educa
tion. Mr. Morton 1s about to undergo
an operation for an abscess In the
loot, which the celebrated lrcncli
doctor, Lubbe, will perform.
t herokue Council In SeMlon.
Tahikiah,, I. T., Nov. 7. The
Cherokee council mot and organized
this morning with Richmond Wolf as
president of th senate and Ilvrd
Jones speaker of the house. Both
houses are anti-Harris, the most im
portant work will be settling the in
truder question and disposing of the.
Ktrip bonds. ...
llerrjr Walt a lirunkard.
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 7. K. lterry Wall,
the well known leader in masculine
toggery fashions, was arrested last
night charged wit h being intoxicated.
Wall, in answeriuir the usual ques
tions, said lie was 31 years old aud a
"gentleman of leisure." Hd was
bailed ont." ' '
Kulridn to Kiul IlUgruce.
liKKi.ix, Nov. 7 A dispatch from
Hanover says that Lieutenant Von
Myeriek, who was most prominently
connected w th the gambling fraud
trials und who was reeentiyconvicted
and sentenced to four years imprison
ment was found dead iu his cell
to-day, huviiig committed suicide by
No ,luir for t nughtln Vat.
Ciiii AOo, Nov. $. The third day of.
the Coughliii trial was taken up with
a ittlnind effort to secure jurors.
Overrun venire men have been ex
amined Four have been accepted by
the state and an equal number by the
defense, but not one Ins Wen agreed
upon by bo h parties.
sir .Htlraw Clark IHtnd.
l.oMiox, Nov 7. Sir Andrew Chirk,
Mr. tiladstoiie's physician, ami one of
the mat noted men In the medical
profession, died at his home, 14 Caven
dish tuuie tliis afteritHin. lie had
I -ecu stricken with paralysis about
lltree week ag an t was unennM'ious
for many hour.
It IU(Utrltaa lrau.lt.
Nrw York, Nov - .Superintendent
liyrn s said lo day that altogether leas
than t'.o warrants had been Issued for
th arrest of perwm suHi'lesl of
fa'vlr regUterinij tmt it the total
retftotrrinif of more nmr than 6.,imjs),
lot r tha tlar Aaitalatw!,
his.io, N . 7 -The lirat I
lh Mt..t.tl tHinirsts stttlott this
iftern m.ii when irel Irnt
pxintet) l'hr!ts h..-i, lavenue rollre
tor of the Hrt MiMurt dlstrtrV
s Kia mt ! f art Ia4
oiiiii. Ky., Nov ? Insf
Minv, sire of the l'.art tree Und,
i '4 wilitfs I; ile t l th- fM iut lasers,
I -f'vr wr4
Pri N.. a -M 1.M t.xaitael
I'iMf.l t . p ihiw ia titt r ! I .'a.
(III ill . -( tbn Wt UI ;uiio4
f ito n . r. l !'!
A ti imaa Ud - utttatili aa I po
Ua o l I a . h l of g4t J'
nf fof W wuat.
IT WILL NOT DOWN.
FREE COINAGE TO Br KEPT
WELUTO THE FRONT. '
PLANS, OF RADICAL SILVERS
They l'ropnaa at Krary Staea nf tha
Tsrln IMseauton ta Show That tha
Demonetisation of fcllrar and Not
f " tha MeKlalay Dill U Raapoa-'
ibla for tha Commercial
jr- " ' Depression Motes. J'
U'ASiris'OTOx, Nov. 7. When IM
house and senate rcconv -ne ij regu
lar session, it is the plan of the radi
cal silver men to kcp the coinage
question well to th j front at every
jtta;fe and it will be found playing a
part in the discussion of every great
Issue between the pnrtie from the
tariff question to tha repeal of the
federal election laws. Tney prop-6o
at every gtaare of the tariff discussion
to endeavor to show that the demone
tization of ail ver and not the Melvin
ley tariff was responsible for tin com
mercial depression. . Propositions for
an issue of . bonds to meet
the embarrassments of a depleted
treasury and, indeed every great
public question that comes before the
next congresi for solution will find
opposed to its consideration a band of
silver men who will combat the ad
justment of any and ail grievances
until the cause of silver receives at
tention. Indeed, the ultimate policy
may be that the silver men my as
sume the roll of organi.ed obstruction
to force from congress the same con
sideration for silver that Parnell and
his Irish followers finally wrested
from tho. Ilritish parliament for home
rale, lioth partius are fully a ware of
this possibility and are viewing with
Increased anxiety the successive
moves of those senators and repre
sentatives who, as Po ulists, Repub
licans or Democrats, have banded to
gether in the struggle for free coinago
or an Increased volume of currency.
To offset the accessions to the third
party's ranks fn the South the sena
tors and representatives from those
states are anxi us to r ,'eal the ten
fier cent tax on state bank currency,
ut hero they are mt with the oppo
sition of Chairman Springer of the
house committee on banking and cur
rency and other leading Democrats of
the North who do not share the South
ern viewsupon this phase of the finan
cial question. Altogether the absorbing
question of finance appears likely to
play almost as important a part in the
next session as It has in the past
Itefusat of tha Home to Agree to Vf
Kx-Memile Clark Caunea frlttioif.
Washixuto.y, Nov. 7. The extra
aesslon of congress adjourned leaving
a rather disagreeable feeling existing;
between the senate and house.
This was in part due to the
refusal of the house ty extend the
time for adjournment but was and
is mainly over the proposition to
pay the clerks of senators during Oc
tober and November, IHj'X The sen
ate claims the right to" regulate its
o mi internal affairs .and expenditures
and accords the same right to the
hoime. It is cited that when the ser-Keant-nt-arms
of tha house left with
fcT'j.OOO really belonging to memWrs,
und not actually government funds,
the house proposed and the senate
without objection agreed to an appro
priation for the entire sum. When
the house proposed to pay its clerks
the senate assented.
The senate claims that it contracted
the debt of IS'.MJ and feels in honor
bound to pay it, and the temper of the
Hcnatirsat the time of adjournment
was that this would be paid before
any appropriations should be put
through this congress. On the other
hand, the membnra -of the house sty
that the senate Is taking the attitude
of coercing the house into making an
aonropriation which it thinks unjust
and forcing the house to acknowledge
th it the senate had the right to make
the expenditures or criving the house
the alternative of defeating all other
appropriations and starving the gov
ernment. OKLAHOMA STATEHOOD.
l'rupoDiUoiit lor .VImlatton
lyliV Anion on tha iMtua.
W asiiimito.n, Nov. 7 Bills have
now been reported from the house
committee on territories providing for
the admission of Arizona, New Mexico
and I'tah, and there Is now pending
the bill Introduce I by Delegate Fiynn
for tlio admission of Oklahoma.
It is etccte.t that there will be
something of a contest over this last.
There are two fact ous lit the Indian
territory interested in the admission,
tine wants the Indian trrit"y admit
ted as a ortlon of the st ite of Okla
homa and another want th. section
no. known as the Indhtn territory to
remain iu its prent eouditton. Del
egate Fir no .v thai it it of jmrtUu
lar moment lo him. If the peopl of
the Indian territory do not waul la
route Into the In Ion with Oklahoma
then he want OkUbnuA a I ail led a
a separate a UU. lie for leAtiuf for
homo he hl he would pre h hUl
a aooit a roitgrew should reett
hie. fpctUnr of the aright of OIU-hoUMl-i
a RtehiMMt. Mr. I'lynn mii.I
that there we Itt th" Ind an tet
lor and Oklahoma " psi ,
but II Oklahoma should ihouo Oi a.-..-
arately alt wowut ti a to
t on of W no's till of who it wo i
lirt cl.m i liueit. II iMisit
vtnttd W a great l la.ie I h
I In i Mm.tho 4 t .d ; th"
I tt a ife ift i l'-r I 4
t'i .' JhUHh f I, 4' .lt .ll.l I .
IHr IN lirrlt k
U..t f I. !)- l"
t t l4-et It I at iium h t
tUio ? '
t"jfUttt Itaa ia l ln- - 1
t.l,.t l tu- 1
vhn.i nominations failed of confirma
tion by the ernate, enab'iu j them to
perform the duties of their
offices nntil they can be again
sent to the senate when that body
reconvenes in Decern Wr: LoWrt 11
Preston, director of the mint; Peter
G Doyle, collector of customs, Buffalo
Creek, N. Y. ; Oeorge S. Weed, colleeter
of customs, Charaplain, N. Y.;JohnK.
Kennedy,' appraiser of merchandise,
New York city; John V. A. Strick
land, assistant appraiser of merchan
dise New York city; Valentine Fleick
enstein, collector of internal revenue,
Twenty-eighth district," 'Ne. York;
David G. Browne, collector of cus
tom, district of Montan a and Idaho.
MUST GET OUT,
thief Jattlca Fuller ItefiMet to Intervene
Tor th Ifmoved C"rnlU.
Waahinotox. Nov. 7. Chief Justice
Fuller ia the supreme court to-day de
wed the applications of Parsons and
Ninig-er-, v distrct attorney and
mirshal for Northern Alabama, for
leave to file petitions of mandamus
commanding the Alabama district
court to reinstate them ill the offices
from which they wera remove 1 by
President Cleveland. These men
claimed that they could not be re
moved until their term expired. The
court did not go into the merits of
thtf matter, saying simply that their
cases were not properly presented for
SANTANDER'S AWFUL LOSS.
At I.emtt Three Hundred I'eople Dead
and Vit If troe Done.
Madrid, Nov. 7.' The first official
reports in regard to the terrible dyn
amite explosion and fire at San Under
last Friday, were received this morn
ing. According to these, 30 J people,
including the governor" of the prov
ince of Santander, the mayor, several
judges, the captain of the port, his
daughter," the colonels commanding
the troops and gendarmes, several of
ficers, magistrates, policemen, soldiers
and tne Marquis Casatom bo, perished,
a id 450 others were injured by the ex
plosion or fire which followed. These
figures are, however, believed to be
far Wlow the real facts, unoftiuial re
ports declaring that over 1,OOD persons
were killed and 600 injured
The property loss a are estimated
at 82,300,000, on which there is a fair
Minister of Finance Concha-Charl-tinda
has gone to the scene of the
disaster with unlimited credit to dis
pense all necessary relief. The queen
regent was with difficulty dissuaded
from going to the scene.
It is probable that the full list of
victims will never be known, for many
were poor people without friends and
in other cases whole families were
annihilated. Scores of bodies were
so terribly manirlcd that no one will
ever be able to identify them.
THE GIRL, POISONED.
An Indiana I.ovar Huyt Artenic to Kill
lilmtelf III Hweetheart Takes It.
SiiELBWir.r.K, lnl, Nov. 7. Eva
Ilornback, aged 17 years, died last
night from poison. She was in love
with John Welcher of Indianapolis,
and it is said that they had quarreled.
Before she died she said that Welcher
had bought the arsenia intending to
take it himself. She found him asleep
with the poison, in his hand and, be
lieving he b id taken part of It, took
the entire quantity herself. When ho
awoke she discovered her mistake,
but too late. The story is not be
lieved bv Coroner Bruce, who ia in
vestigating. The girl came from
Columbus, Ind., a few months ago and
had many friends.
Killed Her Hutband.
Sr. I.OIT18, Mo. Not. 7 John Miner,
who has for some time Wea dividing
his attentions between two women,
was charged this morning by his wife
Louisa with unfaithfulness. A quarrel
ensued leading to blows. Mrs. Miner
drew a revolver and in the struggle
which followed killed her husband.
Mct'leverty for rotter's Place.
Topkka, Kan., Nov. 7. J. D. Me-
Clevertr of Fort Scott, is the latest
candidate for United Slates District
Judge Foster's place.
Henry Raub, a Missouri crank, on
his way to "see Cleveland, V waa ar
rested at Kansas City. . .
Professor Louis C. Lutz, one of the
Cincinnati Art school faculty, died
fro a an overdose of morphine.
A trio of highway men held up the
Missouri Pacific agent at Bonnet's
Miii and pluudc-red the cSice.
At Kddyrllle, Ky., a dispute about a
bill resulted in the city marshal kill
ing a prominent merchant
(overnoi Foster of Louisiana saya
that he will do all in his power to pre
vent the CorWtt-Mitchell tight taking
place at New Orleans,
An Illinois Central train was wrecked
by the turning of a switch by some
unknown man near l.'llin, 111. Three
men were killed,
"I'nele Tom" Butterworth, ancle of
Hen Butterworttt and a unique char
.icter in the .Miami valley, Udoad.
It Is Wl eved that Franela II Weeks,
the New York lorger and abaco ider,
w ill plead guilty w hen arraigned for
hU manifold Crimea.
Li resp nsd to a letter of Inquiry
Hon. t h imp Clark writes la a .Sew
York newpiper that political life la
attractive but do ttutpaj financially.
Tin-re are eleven distinct ticket la
the held in A aiuthoa voualv, Colo
roio, agireK'tiui' 1M candidates,
nearly the entire population ff tha
Cenit r ll.ll say lh Me of nn
,rvs(lfnttl appo'Ml- nt
iiiUmi wrra held Mil b Ihesaate da
ce ia on their loettr t' the parly la
ih ro oittf a aeitoiui
In l. w of It hav'nf W hanf up
i e .-t tl U not iikrlv that the
i.u-nt wilt W. acti'Milu Ua
...iir of Mr U..rt owf' uoiulua
l MM OWlltf Ul tl.tist vMIOlt tl ftKJtMta.
Mfi l'.r not It is i il a arra a
b( I'ih ap'H'4i . n,'l r ih Aatar
t. a pti4m a a of rt. tioa, a tot
.f iota . ripl wrt . ly er hea A
ti It. ui'iri Wii( '-l Iro ii
vrtlo tbotu a Met tary pataot af'
. You have noticed
that some houses always seem to need
I renaintmj they look dingy, rusted,
laaea. -Winers always look Dngat,
clean, fresh. Tte owner of the first
"economizes" with "cheap" mixed
paints, etc; the second paints with
The first spends three times as much
for paint in five years, and his build
ing's never look as welL
Almost everybody knows that good
paint can only be had by using strictly
pure White Lead. The difficulty is
! lack of care in selecting: it. The fol
lowing brands are strictly pure White
Lead, M01d Dutch" process; they are
standard and well known established
by the test of years :
"Southern" "Red Sear
Fof any color (other than white) tint
the Strictly Pure White Lead with
National Lead Company's Pure White
Lead Tinting Colors, and you will have
the best paint that it is possible to put
an a building.
For sale fcy the moil reliable dealers ia
If you are eoinj to paint. It will pay you
!oerd to u far a book containing informa
tion that may aave you many a dollar ; it
will only coat you a poatal card to do ao.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
I r.roadaajr, Xew
St. Louis Branch,
Clark Avenue and Tenth Street
tat-lif l-iarll. u inf m arllliMr
"Old H. IUbU-I'luU-F. tomif
ifra tt.'tU ntalf aVi.4
rtera halve, IWk, aw . stt
lutfklj nVnMt by 4ipirtiH( i si ow-lb 4
rbtfttl. H exprVsMW, ptilUtiiuf
r Machinery. Tlite piw m
opcranotj; Jis! fr ( W vMtf at 1m
Qulsit bn UN frra tnc plaur.
,irf fsunlljr baa plattoK ia taw,
Ktaw sm-iI" rfstvllir. Prt lre.
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St. Joseph Buggy Co. Carriages and
Buggies at lowest prices. Catalogue
and price Hut free. 6th and Measanle
Stu., St. Joe Mo.
f of every di'rrlption, Newfound
LJwlZJIO lunilH. Ma.tiffK, St. Kernards,
tTrrvhountli, Mull, Kon, Skfrand Scotch 'ferriert,
Collies, P"K. Hpanielf, llrairle, Foxhound, Set
ter and I'oinUrn; uliio Frrrctn, MaluscC'aM, pet
aiiiniali, tini f piironi. poultry, bend Htump for
price liL Live froxo WHHted.
Herman Koe-h l Market Hit.. St, Coals
WfBER CXS 1 CASOLINE ENGINE
SlrnplPBt and m ont econ
omical r nuluen on earth. JK t
quires only a fe
anteed cunt of
riinnl nir I f t. tu.
hour TM.r H
Write for c..o-fJ-
gue. Address, "535-'
Weber Cas Sl Casuline a nKn wo.
IU)X rM, KAHHAS ClTT, MO.
i'Vi ? tZs f ite Cto (Tb CttSctt&n
12th and Farnam Sta.
Great Rock Island Rodtb
5Sfi"? r sVaTTTa 11 " 7
TO THE EAST.
BEST DIN1R8 CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD
I he Kook aland U foremost la adopt
ing any advantaga calculated to Im
prove sperid and give that luxury, safety
and comfort thst popular patronage de
mands. It equipment is thoroughly
ootnpleUt with Vfsllbuled trains, inag
nltlcent dining ears. sIeoira and calr
coaches, all the most elegant, and of
recently Improved patteroi.
Faithful aid caiable management
and pollks, h'orsl s-rv'oa frtitn em
ployes ara Important Hems. They ara
a double du'y-Wi the Company and to
travelers and It Is some' lines a task
dlffloult of tawimpllshment I'assen
ger oa ihU tin will Ho t little cause lor
complaint ea that ground
The great IU ll ad tUxtte runs all
rvgular trstss kt t.ag ta4 suburtma
taih, ebM td the World's I'alr
ground, and you eaa save time and
trouble by geuU ff at that potut sad
avoid the crowd ia the rty
raWni, arpy l "n coi'8 ikiet tfflee
la the Ual'H S a'ra (oa.U nf Meiloo
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Mikn Your t wn Ciltcri!
Ia (w44t I a- tHi will
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rH BUSINESS COLLEGE. I
-RIALTO BLD G.. SF.XT TO POST '
OFf'tCE," KAKSASClTT, Mo.
Most Practical Business College la tha 1
Wet. bhoiihand. Typewriting, liooli-)
rlkeeplne aud folerapby. Shortband i
v2 by ill ail. Tkree kmnon free. Send for I
oar bFtCLU. SUMMtB OKFKK.
BUY "DIRECT FROM FACTORY" BEST
At WHOLESALE PKICES. Delivered Fro.
For HoUHes. Ha run. Roof, all colors. A SAVE
Middlemen's pro rite. In ue 61 years. Ed
d.tred by Urane a Karmera' Alliance. Low
prices will utiriinw you. Write for samples.
O. W. INtiEitaOLL, 253 Plymouth St., Brook
lyn, N. Y.
ill make a Farmer Happy.
J:" J"l ,-i ;rlml in'v irrain t Hny
. '"if H-t'i: iln f iii-nM th;ui any
' a X'CiMtr) ' " -r ""J'lr mill. lrinits enr-oirii,
r, "1j'y4.i .V uJr. Mi- fine eimuKii t,t
- " aii)'pnriK. WwrraiiitHl i.
to choke. We warrant itif i'i:i"Jil.J-xs to ! ti
HrSTanil H K t l'r 1" Mill. V V. till II :
M ulr a. .1 uiMf tr riuc. t.d tii.y. Tit,i at b.wit ti u. .
JOUeTsTROWBRIDEE CO., Joliet, ill.
KXCE LSIOB HOME BAKER AND KOAS TF.it.
The bnit payltur tnvmiment for a boune wif
None tcenulne without brum tlttln) our latent
improved style, is a solid make, ban deep (lanira
utrmiK but hlKh Krate, and cloiww perfetly tight
saves XI Mir cent nutrltlouH elements. Full de
scrlptivecirctilars on application. I alsoman
nfactnre the ' New BucceHs" utove mat and the
FamouH Frying Pan.aUf. AtiKNTi WANTKD
in evry county in the V. H Addrean,
CHAKLhH SOUULTHEISS, 40 N Mala 8t ,
Council HI uffs Jowa.
FURNAS : COUNTY : HERD
Holstein : Cattle !
A few Extra Cood Bnptember Pigs,
snd a No. 1 butter bred bull, yearling,
-registered for sale. Prices right.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaver City. - Neb.
CD C C A tn uv nU p"-
nLLlU U wauh in every
uttMa out and -frf it to it. iv'th
. ,e.,.l -...I ....Ira. td
lilii4 ym m- f ttitar rlrgaiH,
rl iih .-wtWi,wA (ifiwh-dwaf lf a
by i)'iej fi-r r stun Illation, bb4 If
ytrtllliiiib U Uwjiial in uyp htttMm
f ' .'.,'() uijwati h tjuraatrifri
frn.li:i,bH.Md lilt yat'P, W afi4
nitli thtf wnt h txtr surartt-r ftvu
you ran trlorn ILat any ttf isi'.Mn
WlFi'tirfl fl. MteSfsyt'fV. (! It
ymi svM w cauw tit awtla or at art
will fix ym fae-Frrf. tt f Ite al
enct. as we ahtil aeitd ont aaiujiWi
f'-t tVt ifftia tintv, Atdria
THE NATIONAL M'P'Q
& IMPORTING CO.,
:i UiTiw at., Cfliiieo, ru.
HIGH CARNIVAL AT ST. LOUIS.
THE METROPOLIS OF THE MIS
SISSIPPI VALLEY AGAIN
. PRESENTTS A
Programme of Fall Festivities That For
Brilliancy and Variety Outshines the
Carnival Cities of the Old World. '
Paris, the most magnificent oity oa
either continent, has for ages held the
proud title of "the premier, carnival
city of the world " However during
the last ten or twelve years an Ameri
can rival of no mean pretention has
contested for that high honor, and to
day St. Louis holds what Paris so re
luctantly relinquished, the title of "the
carnival city ot the two continonto."
Not content with the suceoeef ul exhi
bitions of previous years, the Autum
nal Festivities Association has arranged
a programme for lHtKi that in brill
iancy and variety will be dlfllcult to Im
prove upon. The first of the great
attractions, the St. Louis Kipobltion,
will throw lte doer open to the public
September 6th and continue until Oct.
"1st. The world renowned Snua's
Band has been engaged by the manage
moot, which In Itself is a sufficient la
duoemoBt to crowd the magnldoeot
building during the concert.
Special attention has ben paid to the
street lllust -atlons. and on the evening
of August l'iib, nth, 21th, and Slit,
tpk)uibtir7th, 14th. 211 and I'.h, and
O jtober 3d. 6'h, IJtU and I'.Uh, the tuoat
magnificent display yet attempted will
greet the eye of the fortunate visitor,
electricity playing a prominent part.
The evening of IKlolier 3d the Veiled
I'rophel snd bis Mluwera will parade
through the principal thoroughfares,
and lot wed lately after the great hell
wbUib has received considerable pro
minence throughout the world, will be
The 334 great Ht. I.juU lair ant
fcailojf leal darUena, OctotairSd lulth.
Ill be thectveiilog week of the ear
nival seaetia. This laatlluliua ha ao
f, aa le kaowa la ever tud ehore
iafia.itrtateof etvlltsathm eslat. The
MlwKwui I'actfle Hallway and Iron,
ouataia lltule being dUlitully St.
Unite lirwe, a ad hating at all timra t
laW rests of the elty le saiad, lists mad
a r mark h!y low ro itt-l trip rate frotn
all )laUoe the entire stsU in to hi.
Umt aaJ relpra during lie ftUvtUa,
Kor further taforroatu la ii .' r id
rat route, liiett ot thkeW sa l for a
raTf tvf ihe fall btllvliw-e prt,raiiiu.
e4dftrteeart Mtirl l a tte tte lro
hteeakala Tt'kt Ainiit la oir trr.
W-ry, w II. C. Teea-ead. U I. atd ?,
Agt, Ml. Levk
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