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BALTIMORE'S DISASTER. j
A TrrIM- Conflagration in Which Stmi
i'tr'mra r-rrish Lo of 91.50O.U0O in j
1 rtjiwrry. .
Ba-T!h -ke. ild Sept. 3. Earlv veter- i
d k mss fire brot out in the toy
-s.ar c ;u-e or' E. A. Prior & Co 107 South '
-s;ii--T -rr--et.. Before th Srn:en couM
u t wort s.n explosion of fireworks
v - e-l the bail-Im; and cats.-! th
'jv - spread mtb. alarming rap.dity
I -r-- .iru.: Li- of J. A. 1Viatlnian &
C - - the north and the hat houst of II. ,
S. !--' y S Co.. on ths south. Scarcely s
had !. "rra-ii entered th- edifice occu- j
p - l rhe irii;r house when the inside of J
t,- 'a'.lJf -t:nrd to tiIIen1y lrop in. ;
a - " expi'-ion follow ed and the ini
'. - tmctart? col!ap?ed. The ent.re fire
1- .iT:."nt had by this tuar reached the
- -:-. aul ss the attention of the men was
. tm--i on th building: under which
-z : iir-wle- trre buried, the fiatues had
& - t .pr-ad. and spread they did
v : f fctial rapsd.ty. In an incredibly
- - as- the -nt-re block, mnninr from
'. i.-i t. Pratt street, .va- a seethin
,:-- : ilaia-1-.
7 fi-ms of Tabb Bro--. & Dominiefc and
I - ri( i. had l&rje -nppht-- of jran? and
--- '.-r cartndjres in stock. About G:i't
b. -u Tny bcran to explode, and for a
i-c f an hour k-pt up a fu-ilaie. th
. Nts -:nz through tin? window.-cs all
i Lut fortunately nob-j-iy was phot
wr fc the exception of one man, who was
jh'Iv wouad-d near the left -y-.
rt'.v fcrfore -Lv o'clock the njembers
N - - -r.:ae company and "o. 2 tmck
- -: i TaLb Bro-.' build ac to cut nol-;
ar ua t- I'". Those m the -tree: a-.v
-a t s.d -wall of VXi wa- beginning; to
iv and called to them to coac out. All
" r;--n wtre haren.ns o-ut when the
r -- rou- al! fell over and em-bins
..- jn the foor- of So. 1'iT. btir.ed the
u:.f r-.-3.t- firemen ttndr it- zrest
. r - Th-n a'.l efTort- were concentrated
' n th p.ie of rums under whicn n:n
.r:.na l-.nrs were irrithin :n torture.
Ii . f a d'-zen strong stream? were turned
""-- r.. an i tfa dames within wr in a
"- .m'1 a,bdued.
.t'drur hou-e tie fireman worked
I j.: -'. v. H-nr wt-recutthroegnth-paTe--.
r" and trrtry effort wa made to reach
-.- ..T)r.'ned men, but they were buried
- r a reat ma? of brick and ron and
- - t?j.n.es were roann around the -pot.
-. T'aas cam irom the pile whioh
--!.' make the firemen put forth sn-
-' - -..an efforts, and after more than an
" w jrk it became ev.dent that some
.' n..-a w-rc alive, and that they were
i .;:- .at-d to death.
afeu. minuu?-John Kelly Tva- rescued.
" - f t r 't burned out of it.- -ocket
f j. i. - h-a 1 Ledly mashed, but the phv-i-.
- iv h will recover. Ki brotner Abe
i- al-.' drarz-i from the ruins. Hi
' : rmw-s broken and his -id- b&diy
. r ."er-. however, w ere byond hope.
. -i'r d-a i boI.e- wre taken out one
j ii-a',maar!-d.toni and Itemed. th
.- - b-r.c r-covered late la -t night.
f "Jn -ev-a dead fir-men luve fjtmi-
-t-'U. u.m thir unt.melv end icept
i Wa ser. who was a -mrle man.
. - name- of the dead are: Tor
1 r Th jma- V."azner. John A. Combv
- Hyan. Harry WA'.krrr. f-onre Ker
. - H ram iI-Afee.
.- r-T four wr of No. 1 hook and
! cumpany. and tht? ctfafr- belongfi
I N . T "apa? cfmpiny. It i.- crrtm
' ' -e mn have io-t th-ir hv-. and it
- mat f. hers v-r-with them when
T "-a.-h o.
- :.rm- that were completelv burned
- Wvliy. Bru-ter : Co.. wholesale
i- al-r-: J. H. WInkl-mn & Co.,
- Tat,b Bro-. a: Dommicfe. hardware:
.- ' .' tovr-; 31. S. Levy t Son-.,
. - o -r. Mudze it C.. paper; Hol-
. r -. Co.. paint- and pla--.
-i -f buiidmr a-oHeof thr finsst
. none ot the warefaoa.-es bein
-- .- nv ?tor;e- h;h. nearly all cf
- -a ..rl'eea rcentlv re'-ted. Amonp
. i.n- partially burned ws the
'. " - ''U Lomberti .-trrt and it- m-
r . re r'-moved only with reat difS-
1 - -ta'i !v- will probably reach fl..'V,-
ar L .' i- pretty will covered by inar-
i -, rr. -t f wh.ch i- m ma!l policie- in
- :-t -wn c.jmpanic-.
T - r iz.n of the fire will probably nver
- n. a no fire wa? uf-d in the
r - tarii-nmnt and it :. sup-
-t-I f.at jontanoU'5 comltc-ticn as
u-'. titit it.- known that a" system
-- tr hghtintr a introduced in
:;' re"nt!y wa- only tried
'. ;zi. and it may be that d
T -u.ation -ta-t-d the fiamer.
BATTLE WITH OUTLAWS.
m rh utral trip in Winch
-ii I p-mrt-- and Thr Vipi-
.: ka. Public Land Strip. I. T..
F r -ome t.m past quite a num-
' - and cuttle had mysteriously
r- I '":oai th:- and rtherneizhbor-
. tr tr:p. i.nz taken from ve
- ar.d picket une- of th- srttlt-rp
-i-m-n. Suspicion pointed to a
" -ampers m the brake- of Der
ii) wefsj? there ostensibly for the
- f cutchia wild h-jrses and a
it a was kpt over th-ir camp.
.:nT follow.nz th-lr di-covery th
i- -arroiinded by forty well armed
.nt-i vizilantes. who -ent in a
" - of six to demand the -urreader
-t i-- and submis-.on to an inves-
Ti- reply of th de-peradoes
v . which iv oended on aian and
-. Thi- wa- til- -iznsl for
.a- k end from -ach pro-
ak around the ravine whr-
uas locatod. as fa-t a- the Wm-
jid be work-d, vuiley.- were
-"a the wretched oatla-.v with-
. When thy discover"--! they
. .ndrd and retreat cut o:T they
. -a de-spcratioc. bet no hvmsr
l .oaz exist m -nch a firs and no
- - minute- the firiuz c-a d and
--:: awe-s men lay Weedinz corp-es
. i-Z .n the azTnie- oi dath. The
had three men kdieI and ten
Two horse.- were killed and
-n iel and sixteen horses were
. at.d returned to their owners.
fi-rs nar the camp ere k-iled
.ndf-i. The settler- think that at
- canz of outlaw- has l)e--a ab-
- i.CK. Ark.. Sept. H. Tize Yates
m r.y lived in this Stat--. here he
-.liber of relative- and wh-r he
ni-n -oa- tmv szo and for a locz
.: the oiScialf of Lozaa County
"a1."- troul)l. made an attack
- . on a cfturch la the Cherokee
i . i..ch prayer nir-t.nz wa- beia
- fir-jd -everal time- at random
- m-i and j(s-n who compnHi
-at on. The bul'-t.-. fortaaate-
-.-rv other than to break K't
' the aadisnoe ieavmz in a
'- - Vate- started to ride away he
. oa by sonoe one ho was com-
t choxch. n ball entered
-. i be iU Iron; bis horj and
t - X 1
GOT INTO DEEP WATER.
ITe Denver Cnurntioa Gets Into
AVranel. bet th DUtarbd Water ar
I"tnr.I!y Caimed-The Slajority Report
Denver. Col.. Aar. 31. The committe
on reso.ution of the Deepwater conven
tion was in .-esicn until 10:30 o'clock yes
terday, when Governor Tnayer called the
convention to order. After some routine
wort a resolution was adopted that after
the final adjournment of thi convention it
may be called lojther by a majority of
the vice-pre.-ide::ts ivin:r thirty days' no
tice, and that when the convention next
mets it shall le at Topeka, Kan. The
committ.-c on re-olution-; be.n called tor.
Hancock of Texas, read the major
ity report which demanded th establish
ment of one deep water harbor on the
northwest coast of the Gulf of Mexico:
that a.l the Senator and Representative
and delegates to Conrres- b reque-tel to
prrx?ure the n-;essary appropriation- to
complete the work: and that a committee
from each Suite and Territory be apjnnt
I to vi-it Va-hintonad a-sist in -ecur-in
the pa-sae of th" necei-ary law., ami
reque-tinz th President to recommend
this in the next message to Conzre--.
Senator Houston, of Texas. preentei the
minority re'wrt. which in -ul-i.ncr urred
Congress to appoint a board of engineers
to locate a harbor at the mo-t .-aitable
point and the adoption of all nece--ary
means to secure Titjropriations and com
IIete the vork. The report indorsed the
vfforti cf the private entrjrise to -ecure
deep water on the Texa- coa-t. and
pledri its influence to induce the Gov
ernment to reimburse the person- enzacred
in th" enterprise. It further approved
the idea of -ecuricj; deep water at Aran
sas Pass by private capita!, and a-ked
Cmzre-s for protect on m the prosecution
of the work, and to reimbur-e the citizens
enzaz'-d in it.
Ex-Govemor Giibs. of Texas, intro
duced a resolution, which he moved -houkl
b- adojjti as a .-ubstitute for both. After
a short preamble it urzs upon Conzre-s
the nece-sity of deep water harbors, one
on the ea-t and one on-the we.-t c3a-t of
the Gulf, and asks Conzress to locat both
anI make the neces-ary appropriations for
1 th"ir speedy completion.
All were earnestly supported by the zn-
; tl-men :ntroIucinz them. The merit1- of
f-ach zreiv so '.varm that it ran into per
sooalit e- and fur a few minutes .t -eemed
a- thourh the cc'nvention wouM br-ak up
in a row. Governor Thayer fina'.ly -e-cured
ord-r and the conx-ention took a re-ce--
unt.I -.X o"cl(.ek.
A SUE5T1TUTE BILL.
T!:r ifn CintiiitS-f on l"or'i"rn .'.2UIr
.cr-- ljou a ul-:jtutefnrMr. Wil-oii"
i:r:iIi.itory Hill, ami th- If ;;-- Mill
1'roraptJ Art I'pon it Full T-xt or the
"Vr.HixGTor;. Auz. y'- The Committee
oa Foreizn AfTair-. lir. B-luiont presid
mz. r-Hreneti the report of the -ub-com-mtt-e
on the Retaliation bill yesteniay.
lh" follow mz is the text of the stib-ti-tat-
A bill to empower the Pre-ident to carry out
th- purpo- of an act to aath jr-i- the Presl-de-t
of the Umt-d States to protect and de'ecd
the nrhts of American fi-herm-n. Ant-ncan
radmr and )ther ve el- m certam ca-e-and
f'r other purpj---- approved Mar;h 3. ;- .
Be it enacted, etc . that when-ver th Prs.-d-nt
may deem it hi- duty to exerci-e any of
th- powers given to him by an act enticed -An
act to authorize the Pre.-ident of the United
Sm:-- to defend the rights of Amen? in fishinr
ve.---l-. American fisherm-n. Amerce tradmz
and ''ther ve el- in certain i-.w- and for oiher
purpose-." apr roved March 3. -T. it shall S
iawtul for me Pre-id-nt m hi- di-cretion. by
proclamation to that ezc to -usp--nd m whole
cr m part the tran-portation cro-- the t-m-torv
of the United States m bond and without
it- payment of duty of rixyl-. war- and mr
chan -i-e. imported or exported from any ror
f m country or to the British dominion; m
r-ee i. That whenever the Pr-ident shall
t- sati-tied that there is any discrimination
w haterer m the u-e of the tVeiland caaal the
St Lawrence river canal-, the Ch mbly canal,
or either of them, whether by tolls, drawbacks.
rfun i cf toll- or otbrwie. which i- or m y be
aetnmental to the nterests ot th United
State- or any of its citizens, it shal b lawiul
for th- Pre-id-nt in hi- di-cretion to is-"e a
proclamation to that eTect. whereupon thert--ha"d
be collected a toll of M cent- a ton upon
every foreim: ve---el and her car.o pas
tnz throucc either th Sauit S-e. Mane
ranal or the St. Ca r Flats canaL and
the Secretary of the Tr-a-urv may acthor-.ze
aad direct any of the custom- oilers to collect
th- tolls levied under thi- act. or the 1're-ident
may in hi- di-cretion. when he is -atisfid
there i- any such di-cnmination. prohibit the
u-e of said canui- to any -nch foreizn re el.
The I're-iJent . when -ati-fied that such cl
cr'minatKin ha a ceased, may is-ue his procla
mation to that elfect m hi- di-cretion. where
upon the toll authorized by thi- act snail no
Ioa;r fce coJect d and said prohibition. If or
derd. shall cea-e
-c. t That the Secretary of tn; Trea-ury is
authorized to mar nv regulations needful to
carry this act into ezect.
RUIN AND WRECK.
flot -priiis-. Arlv.. iitd by a Tt-rriM-
tonn. Whi-h I.ratr Ic-trurtjiu and
I'rath in it- I'atli.
Hot Sprix..-. Ark. Spt- I. Ruin and
vvTck m-et th- vjs-on everywhere and
iiothmz has f-een known to compare w,ta
the re-ults of Thur-day nszht's -torm.
which occnrrel too late to be telezraphed.
Without wammz people wer awak-ned
from -lumber to find them-elves threat
ened with destruction by the mad wave,
but stranze to relate people were uneon-sciu-
of the disaster until they awoke to
look upon the de-o!ate scenes next mom
inz and crazzed the drowsed from ths
The storm -truck the town about eleven
o'clock from a north we-terly direction. It
was accoaiianied by -tiff, coo! winds
thouzh not -tronz enouzn to produce
daiuaze. The ram fell in torrent- trom
eleven to one o'clock without intermiss:on.
I At the cio-e of the .-torm zreat and oa-
inous sounds, minzl xvith the shouts of
people and cries of di-tress went up from
, the valley, and such citizens a-- were ia
i the vicinity of the crek and ravines went
I forth to render as-i-taace.
Th fiool on Central aveaue. th prin
cipal thorouzhfare. was like an anzry
' river, who-e rasbinz tide swept every
! thinz movable on it- iKKom.
Up to last mzbt six per-ons are known
' to be mi---inz. five of whom have been
found in the wrecked buildinz1-. The
damaze to projerty ia estimated at .
I-t-rtHc "arlj Killed.
Cirmnr. Ar'- 1"1. Van Antw m.
j viin.jwv-t ..-e- --T-
C.ncinnati detective, was found lyinz a.
the corner of Lake and Franklin street- at
one o'clock this mominz with his skull
eru-hed in. He had been followmz Frank
Kline, alia- Julius Hut-tone, a aoto- ,
nous tram robber, for several months ,
and found him last nizht at the '
corner of Lake and Fran-tLa. When ;
Van Antwerp attempted, to arre-t
Kiu. th latter struck him ivith soma
biuat m-trument, fracturinz hi skull, and
rnride zooi nis escape. On he lrth of July
las; Van Antwerp attempted to arr-t
Kline in iionticelii. III-, and wis badly
wowHded by a pistol shot. Van Aaverc
ras taken tc the couzty hospital. i
AaRTial Iteport of the Co:n2i!ionr !
VVASHiycroy, Aur 30. The annual report of
the Comraiisieaer of Pension shows that tiers
trere duncg the fiscal year ended June 3, ist.
added to tie peasion rolls m). "c: ct cimes
the larzest annual increase in the history of the
bureau saViau a total of CiVCT pensioners oa
the rolls at the close of the ye r, a follow,:
aitS.'tS invalids. OiSSs widow-, m'nor chi dren
and df renient relatives; XT revolutionary v d
owl minor children and deetident relatives;
Pfliirvivors of the war of It and 1.T" ir,d
o f those xrho served in that -xar; 11v
its of the 'war with 3Ienoo aad ",! A
of tho-e vrlio ser ed in that war. Tha
nae of tfiSi previou-lv dropped 'crere r--;ort J
to the roils. nakis? aa azzresate cf Ci.: aJdeil
durlas: the year. Dune? the sane pnod 1 ts
cere dropped on accocnt of death and van.-tn
other caase-. leavings net increase to the rj.l
of -iCCjO names. Since 1SU. LlSCtnM pen-;ou
claim- have been filed and T-.T.-w cisim- '.
ail classe have been allowed -ince 7li.
date. The amount paid for pensions
since 151 has been iU1.o-lSi. Ir
crease cf pension wa- zranted in -J'.TS
cases. The azrg-itc annual vaiae of peasiw.
is 0,TuT,t!1. aa increase of t"! -s ". T.ie
amount cf pensions paid during tht- year1.-J7-,TTJ.s6i
an increase over the previous 7"-.r
cf lj.:a.i-0. The v.tal amount disturbed b
r'nsioa arents ;or all parpc-s was f73.f44V!-"i.
The cost attending -uch dLshar-omnt- eras .n
the azjreate 43 ini.'l. it lmc a f rasiion le s
thin -I per cent, of the total expenditure- of tl-e
bcreaii. The total amoni-t expecd"l for z.
rmrpo-es vra- $-iii6- Z,. tein el , percent, o'
the total estunjtei qro-s mcome of the Un.tr 1
Stares Government for the period. The tot-i
expenditures of 'he Gc-rmnest for the a--1
year ls. were fi-rf.&IU.- !. -o that the aimuct
-xpeaded for and on account of pensions was
nearly 31 percent, of the entire outlay of th-
Government. There svre filed duncz the
year ?7.-4- applications for onnnal pea- on.
iUTs'J widows. 2.U6 d'pendnt p oth-rs and
1 -,i depend-at fatht r-. makmsr a total of i".
rot. The highest number of ciiims on account
of the late war was received from Ohfo. Indiana
following n rt. then New York and Pennsyl
vania. From Montana. Utah nd South Caro
lina none w-re received
Up to xmc 3 last 26 1 claims have ben
fil-d under the Mexican Pension -ct. 10. t V
me. survivors and ,.&3 w.do-vs AHcmpl teJ
cases of this class 16.i.t) -crnvors and 5.!C-"i
wido'Vs' case imve bea allowed. Th- ruc
tions nere 2.S21 survivors and 001 widow,"
claims. mam!y because th" app.ieant- had net
arrived at the required ace of year-. Of these
Mexican claims but 1 -if.' were unsettled Jui.i
CU. the evidence filed bemir ia-uSlcient.
The spirit of the la." tiin-ion of the bnreaa,
says the report. L-: "Xo compromis? with tho-e
who wilfully violate th Pen-ion law. anil no
proseruron ol those who sinned ihrvmu irr.rr
ante and who are wCliaz to make rest-tutiui
w hen the -ame is d manded ol tVm." Over :
per cent olall pn-irn- are paid by the pen-ion
aent- within tea days after the q lanerly pav
ment is due. and pavment- can not b- made
more rapidly without muitipiym the ar"nc.e.
One hundred thou-uni ca-es of mcrease :
pen-ton under recnt leri-lat.on hive ben
-ettled without expense or delay to the pea
sicners. Tne Commis-ioter state- that ce sent copies
his annual report for
to the command
ers of the vanous al.itary departments of iue
United St-ites with a reque-t that after exami
nation thy would submit -uzrestion- looUir.
to improvement- mexi-tinz las. which actiuu
as eame-tly approved by the Pre-idat A
majority of the-e omcer- expre ed th- opinion
that the pre-ent Pen ion la "s were amply surfi
cient for every emerzenc . and nearly all er-
of the opinion that a nzid phy-:c! examination
-houid be conducted z.i discharge, hich shou.l
b c-rtmed to by a counv.il convened for ih-s
purple and mad- a part ot th military historr
of each -oidier The total number of -pecal
pen-ua act- which hav- become aws :rom 11
to -) t- .":. und from 1-j to Is durmz ih
present admlm-tration. 1 iV). a t.tnl of f.7 Of
the tatT' iil wer- vetoed for r-a-nns :u.ly t
forth m Pr-ident - m- ae- maiipub!ia
from tin., to time Inthfi-ca year- from J -i..
3. :-i to Jar.- . i .. there were l uel 131.
"! certiic :ii s o? aJ cla----. and dr-jir lhr-e
followm- "-c-'l v ur- trm J a;y 1. Isso. tu Juie
j. 1-x-. :: iC ma-i.m: an ir.c-ase for the hist
thrtre years of !-. 11 cert ficatts.
Th Arans-is Ia . --h-me rao--i! I5r
T -t Vote oil l'erniuiieiit huirm.tli.
Dexter. Col- Auz- '. The D-epwater
conveation was xl". d to order by ex-Gov-emor
Eans yesterday. wh-nJudz- Brady,
of Texas, presented th" r-port of the com
mittee oa permanent orzanization a- follow-;
Permanent chairman. Hon. P. D.
"N'ovl. of Kansas; vice-pres.dent-. Gover-
or Adams, of Colorado; John Hancock.
3f Texas; D. H. Arm-tronz. of M.-soan:
J. L. Hul. of Kansas; a. D. Y-jcuni. cf
Nebraska: Y. A. Culp. of Iowa: T. F.
Povell. of Arkaa-as; J. Rt-ynoli-. of 'ew
ilexici?: F. D. Kelly, of Wyeuiinz. and
Lewis '.Vol ev. of Arizona: secretary. F.
A. Dana. Tcis report wa--somewhat un
expected a- Tuesday's various caucu-ea
had azreed to support Governor Thay-r.
of 'ebra-ka. for permanent chairman, and
the announcement of Noel's name fi-r a
few minutes threw the convention into
Ex-Lieutennat-Govemor Gibb-. of Tex
as, was -oon on his f-et and zav- as a sub
stitute for the report "f the committee that
the convention provide its own chairman
and then nominat-d Governor Thayer tc
that jK-iti n. This brouzht the battle le
tween Galveston aad Araa-a- Pas- square
ly to the front, and for over tvro hours tha
ubstitute wa- warmly debated between
the friends of these two cities, it b-inz under-
tood that Governor Thayer wits favoring-
Aransas Pas-, whde Mr. Xocl wa- f 3r
Galveston. Gibbs' substitute was finahy
car:i-d. the roll call resulting Thayer.
217: Noel, lie. The announcement of the
vote created a pandemonium which lasted
Oa rea-semb'nz in the afternoon Gov
ernor Thayer toju the chair and was pre
sented with a hand-ome silver-mounted
gavel by isenaror Houston, of Texas, tn
behalf of the president of the Saa Antoiio
& Aran--a- Pass railway. After a I rief
address from him the convention made :he
election of the remainder of the otlicers
reported by th committee unan.mous.
The convent! 'R then appointed a commit
tee on re-oiutiin.- and adjourned.
Tiir Ti -I!ow sconrsi.
J.CK5r)XviLC F .a.. Auz. !. The fevpr
situatt a i- aot only no better, bat w,rse.
The zreat jump in the number of new cases
caused dismay ami az the people left ia
towa end the train- out w-ere crowdeL
Healt'i certificates are now issued daily by
the Board of Health. It has been decided
here Ly the auxiliary a-sociation to try
to zct people to move out to the camps --q
a to depopulate the place and by this
means endeavor to check the fever's
course. The poor who are unable to zo
will be assisted and -very effort made tc
pt rid of a lsrze number of people. New
cases yesterday spranz up right and left
"ilmii ot:i Hich Licence.
St. PaCU ilinn-, Auz. &). The Piwr
Press publishes a revi-w of the operation
of the fir-t year of the hizh license in Min
nesota and finds the system has prov-a
all its friends claimed for it. Th-rr -ire m
th State only 1,507 saloons now. az-iin-t
2,-nVj when the law went into effect.
A decrease ia the coasumpt "n
of liquor is shown in nearly evirv
county. Low zrozzerie- have Ien
clo-e-i up aul the liquor bus:mss Ls una r
b-tter police supervi-.on. Under the o i
sv-tt-m the averaze c-t of a liCeiis? waj
sVoufft; and ihe tottl approximate it
come wa- about sCO,'..-0. " Under hizh
Lcense the av-razs coat of perm!ion to
:e:i .-alK)..t SiiTfl. and tin; total ar.proxj
isaldipccaiair boat l.IW.C'vJ.
How to Overcome the Dangers of
Francis O'Reilly, the well-kno'xn livery
man of "o. IS Priace atreet, JTe-w YGrk,
says of Aixcocr's Poeocs Plaster3:
"For the last forty-two years I have been
enzaged in the livery and haclcins busi
ness, I an. greatly aided by niy four boys.
We are much, exposed to the weather, and
we have found Axlcocs's Plasties of
very great service. We use them as chest
protectors, placing one oa the chest and
cno on the pit cf the stomach. They not
cn!y ward off the cold, but act as a tonic
We axe f requeatiy affected with, rheuma
tism, kinks in the back, aad pains in the
side; but oaaor two of Atlcock's Pias
ters quickly cure us. My wife and daugh
ter have been usimr Aixcocs's Pla-ters
for weak back and think the wcrld of them.
I have now been using them for twenty
years, and always haveaboxinthe house."
Paste diamonds ?re so called because
I eople zet stue oa them so of tea. Sar.
Rheumctim is a remorseless twister. It
twists the joints out of shape; it produces
angular projections where tuere sacnld be
curves, and worse thaa alh makes us wnthe
and twist with paia oa couches thai sleep
refuses to visit. Conquer this truly demonf
teal disease m its mfaacy with Hbstetter's
Stomach Bitters, which also overcomes kid
ney comr-iamts. Eervousness, dyspepsia,
chilis and" fever.
Tes ice-dealer's motto As we journey
throuzh life let us live by the weiza.
Is PiticKLT Asa Bittees g-cd for any
thmz? Read what Frank Gnzgsbv. of
Dodze City, ,-v-is.. says : For three years I
suffered from a disease that my physicians
pronounced ianrable. My fnenas had
sr.vea me up to die. when I was induced to
try your remedy I took it for three months
aad'have rained J2 pounds in weizht. Am
a well man and Prickly Ash B.tters saved
znv life. I am under life-loac obliziitions to
this medicine, aad wLl never cease to rec
It is net always the most sensitive base
ball player wh ' .s the most easily put out.
Fair fashionables na-ronbe that si
beautifier. Glenn's isulnhur Soap.
Hill'- Hair and T.rhil:er Dve. 50c.
Oxe thinz can be ?aid in favor oi
nese drum. the actor- never f--ret their
c.jeues. t'eic Hdten yz.
VCur are bakers Tery self-denyinz r
pie i Secausc they sell what they knead
themselves, Jliehtcn Farmer.
- - - I l III I i I -! Ill ' -I
TH GEN ERA MARiCtTS.
KANsAS ffTY. Sept. 4
CATTLE Shtiptnz --er- .. 1 T ti 4f
Ki"." -!--'- . . . -d '.' & ; -"3
N.itive cox, .. . r! i 4"s i "
HOGS Good to ehoioe heirjr. ;fi t: u 3"
V.--IE.VT No. 1 rel TT - 7- -
No. .' -f: d:S I" i
C-DliN No.-'red 3J .n r:
0rc -0 -j) - 1
KVK No.d -Jti '3 S
FfJUU Patents, per -acS... 2 1. .ll
HAV Baled 6(1) f: C '
I5CTTEU Cuoicecre-.nnery. il i; 15
CHEE-E Full crram. . .. 9 -':. -'
EG'i Ctimce ittU ; li
BACON II.ua II s 1 I'd
r"i"iiile.-s fa -fs '
CiU.) . ..... ...... J
Laud ..'. - c
POTATOES !) S 6
CATTLE ?hippinz -Uer- r. 10 Q, j 0
llotcners' steer- ... .' ii -5
SOGS Pac.'nz C ? Q. 0 41
SHEEP Fa.rto choice 3 '- -n 4 :t
FLOCIf-Chuice . ' -Tl
WHEAT 9: S".
CO-.'"-'-"O. -.... -. .. -i. -Ii 3
OATS No - : ". I'i'i
EYE No. J W O --
BUTTUU Crea-nery 11 ci 1
POK1C :$ iX) 4i ;: i
CATTLE Shipping s-r5. ... C to C r.
HOGS Pacfe:)': inJ-hlppm.. c -j g o t
SHEEP F.irta cace ." ii 3 li
FLOUE Winter wncai i ' s'l '.;'
WHEAT No -Tel '.'- s G.
COEN No : J: '. 44.
OATS No 1 -t tZ. . -
EYE X 3.-d "- C Z. .
BCTTEE Cre.imorv .. .. 1". -. i-
POEM '-I i-i 14 S-
CATTLE Connor, to jn.ne . .T oi ? o "
EOOS 'Jvvl to .--13102 t. -'1 -. 1
FLOUR G. toM.i.s' -"i 1 1
WHEAT No .I rod . .. - T: U
COEN-No : . - i '.
OATS '.V-.v-r. r, cd 3 "; -1
BUTrEE-- re im rv ... :- ' 13
BRAND NEW. STRONG PROOFS
Vr. Strarsn. la.. Kit . 1II.
J"rt- 1193 to II J J c3t "rt r-tuB r Mbr4
W.ti ranskUss rf Ot tip. Z ni ec4 St tk
tut a! it. J-walN 01". j. c. 3QS3.
ItTekTt. K-.eZm7l.e-...lfaT3, ua
Mr 30SS J BXrrH. EiI7 Xicilos. ni
kJLr-t! wit rirsa.rljD 13 ja iU cam raa
fmatBctd tanrftilt tj t-ro TiitiAsa, tn ia
rtol y It. Stmt Oil a& au'rts-da-xl w xw
fMrc . MaCa-CtST. Sranlrt.
Since IMS. K. Bra-tea. ICch.. naif II. int.
Van tf IMS -u tatus r.i Iai-juaaV-ry XT
ttan msA nlirwi. trws t-tu; wu -37,-tl Srj a-u
feeuU of at- JaCTlwOU. 3C-1 J. X. Tumtrn
az aasGiiTB ass oxaizu.
THE CHARLES . VOGELER CO.. Saltltasre. M.
But do not use the dangerous Alkali and
Mercurial preparations which destroy your
nervous system ani ruin the digestive pow
er of the stomach. The Vegetable King
dom gives us the test and safest remedial
agencies. Dr. Sherman devoted the grea'er
part of his life to the discovery of this relia
ble and safe remedy, and ail its ingredients
are vegetable. He gave it the name of
Prickly Ash Bitters !
a name every one can remember, and is the
present day nothing has been discovered that
is so beneficial for the Blocd. for the Liver,
for theKidneysand for the Stomach. This
remedy is now so well and favorably known
by all who have used it that argument as
ti its merits is useless, and if ethers whs
require a corrective to the system wouM
but give it a trial the health cf this ceun
try would be vastly improved, rtemember
the name-PRlCKLY ASH BITTERS. Ask
your druggist for it
PRICKLY ASM BITTERS CO..
tole Proprietars, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Tar Una uit Baa fcu.
udJOXCSk. -t IW- f-st fr
k nP . atryuwa uri pifr
lyiyTrw mtrmisii .
r3i3H.EZitlSZ2.rmj cajaia '"
To introduce it into A MlUJOMm
FAMILIES me offer th
to JAM, 1889
Four months balance of this year,
C sccrr or
Srcaictast and Dinner Parties Hcne
Cccicr;, Dainaes and Pesv-rt-i. T2:, p
i. LcjCi-om aad K-crptlccs. Gires ei
stiriily all thi Istle detas wem-ra raat to
know. Tells bo-w to eatertrs jrscsts, hrv u
serv-i jeileshzi-ratj. what to hate aad hew tc
iaii:it. Everethiz'- c-ra zzxi cr--.cal, pracd-
alazli"!l t-sied by e.T-3er:3. AcLCTpanyinj
ise recipes -xd te r-sar.s upes pmav jsileafrj
aacta, instiods ct se-.r; art. wa.t.Tir;, gsr
Children's Pags-niustritsci Stcriss.
Flawers and Kcuie Flantr Onzlr Cr-a
rat-d anj-isj. edited by Eeev E Rzxrtss,
rira "Asa-wcr-i to CorrsipoadentJ "
Mother's Ccrser .V pa;- devct-si to tie
r cl runts aid voua; ci ren. lsKres
Wlsiirs tea abcai"-crs c-vinr v r-5 aad mi
lodict manareniert. Or-."-::.! articles iica tael
o-atiTTtTs. IHtistratsd r Jr en Games andj
rlocss-mais Tcvs. Amcsiraestnfor Sickl
:andr. ns-ra:--d. K-ndsrzartea. Il-I
risamtsd artclsbv Av v Hv-oiahd.
CURTIS PUBLISHES CO.. FhJlzdsbkia.
u j. - ,-. -w
v f. , z -r
KearaJgia, Headache. Sore Throat, Sprains,
Bruises, Burrs, rcurJs, Lane Back,
And All Pains Of An IsfiunvnaJarj Nature
cld Xty Dr-as-rUt. SOc -ksd SX.OO.
SOXG SOOH. VtTT.-rTt FliHE.
Address WIZARD OIL CO.
thert tr-rer -ezt tone
t-i my ncse, on: place
iccu tai.tr. thrash.
Tiro lo'iZes of Elf
Cncrr. Balm, di-i thi
rrorl. Jly nozt end
ktzd ere tcell. C. S.
JL'cJKG-n, SKy. 2Io. HAjf"EYFt
Frtlrl-i- ipp!j--d iito -sch ac-tnl aad U u-r--
aiiic. i'n-Sl'rt-i adr-:;m-?-. & ma. r-t-retl,
SLalaria, Dumb Chills.
Fever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks,
They prod arc recalar. natural evac-astioa-t.
never -ripe or interfere with
daily basiae-w. Ah a fumily mediclac,
they Rbvald be in every bceboltl.
Thi ?ho- t t: : jnt-nl First Qmalltr In ttt r-Trt.
V-.ryStrlt'h.Ptfrf tFl. P!airtT- asTirr! H-a s.
P-jTi1 and To.-Jl ro.RN BnTOUXDUtJ. iV v,'cr
deiIrrorFaBi.O'Sf:.aosUOE. lrhdo--not tr-ptt-ra
nd to cs. and w- will f ar?uh too a pair. Fxp-ss- t.id.
cnrs-ipto; . C. IL r.VKI.O A. CV Itlrafi.
bi ' mn i i 1T' mi -s
gir,, r""" iiiij"T
A DELICIOUS BISCUIT
-5SIi VOUR GROCER FOR
Iff IOC CREASE
Xerer Oaat, lsjrerTreze in TO-uer or Melts ia
summer. Erer? fox -rarmtc-?d. ?anjn! nn!ir
90lM3U?d. Vn:e n for Pric-(. We make the bMt
AxJ--t,rt-s known and !!eht.pr rutin othe-do
thetr tiimo-a cood-. CLaKK rf: WlkF. CO.,
OOee. a Kltrer Strret, Clilcaco. illLaoltu
-ar'AXX THIS ?1PCS mp am ea tow
froenred or ro
-tc. Lone ex-
!Wunfa ITtW -
"" i-K?n--". -'-; OI l"A 1 tis, S LAW hTlES.
Addre.4 W.T. riTZOIJULB. ATTORNrr
at LAtv. 111 k S:r-t. Wasuvsczo. a. C.
v.tui: raa Tit a. tj c --.
- . i. : . TT . TT -. -il" - -'"
SfOO fa 1300 MOSTH --- -orxi3
," ?rM' fr C-- Ar-U prcfzrr-ed who
yxn ra-jd-li their own torses and sir- their whole lira
plcjx al-o. A fer -raen .-S in t-.w-u aad citi-w. '
B.r.JI)H.n-,iCfl. leu Mas tr-t, EXiaai. V.
-W.VUC: TILS ?Af IS. trj t- -. -
' nc in tn-i Wet
WANTED by the oldest.
lanest and be't kn wa Nnrs- "
""arww- rcn-anen: pcslilona. i-xl !
F2T-Outfit :rte.-TAKKNrU.-EIIEa.Loc.'t-irr!L-i'n 1
N3 UU SU ;iU no; b, -c r:a
Beware at Fr-uui. as b; name and tbe rr.c ax
tircp-Kl on the bottom cr all mi adrertl-il -ho
Deicre leartotf tbe factxrT. whicti protect the er
erain-ithi'ipncesjindliteriorsX)i5. IT a deal
er oTr W. Do-aarlaa 9Ho-) U a rettacetf price
cr ar ae hw tbem iUo:t ay name and pric
tXMmii on tne honors, put his d jc as a fraaa.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Tteon'j-ral: SUJ SdMLESS --hi- moots In
!de. -iOT.VCK-lwWX1TnBE.lU: tiart
h-- fe-"t.-i 3-hs,cd--w--'elai(i Wilt -NOT K1I-
W. 1- U(il't;l..-.-MlBOE. Th-3fr:a. iai
nly hand--.ied r!tf4 tioe. Equals cut-;ns--2ad
hcs cottc f mm Jt to FJ.
V. L. UOVGUS 9a-oO POLICESHOE.
iailroad Mea and 1-etter Camr- aL wir tne-c
-".ith inside a a Htad-Sewed --hoe. Nu Tacts or
Vox Thrfa3 rr hn rt the !.:.
W. "U IXJl CI-a-4--e.."HOElj-iiiexc8!Ie
"r htavy ar !St Ciir boe for ra pn.
W. I liOCG-LAJi Std.S.. WOKKI.IC-HJkA'-s
SHOE i the t: in the wo Id tor cociti
tr rfi pi ncttt wearacnnaTcsr
w.'u iorciaiH2"noEFoE botsis
Ji best ?ch( rho- in ttie wnrid.
IV. I K'JtGI.A SI.TS TOnH'
School tor sive th. sma.i Bors :-. ci3Jice tJ
r ax the &-! sho- In the world.
A '1 made in On-Tre-1. Buuua and Lies. If nc
ill St year dealer, write
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
It hxs permacentlvcuretl THor.OtDS
of CU-H.-S pronounee-1 by doctors- hope
less. If you have premonitory symptom.-,
sncli as Cou;h. Difficulty of
Breathinir. stc, don't delav. hut iLe
PISO'S CURE for CONSUMPTION"
immediate! v. Bv Dru-r-riati 25 cents.
L-'Art De La Mods.
& COLOKEI PL.VTF-.
Ail. the litest rts: su sr
Xy"0-:- it ' jo!irT-dal.
er or -'r.d &S ctsiw r.riiicsl
W. J. MORE. rM!b--r,
1aP2 rwiLB-M -rns-fc
OThs BTJTEES' GTjTDE is
issued Starch and &2pr
each year. It is on ency
clopedia of tiaefal iafsr
ciation tor ail who p-ir-ch-ise
tha lusmriea cr tha
necessities of iifs. "73
can clothe you aad furnish you -Kith
all the necessary and uatdecesrary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
eat, fish, hunt, work, so to church,
or stay at hotso, and is various atzes
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required !x do all tcci things
CSXFORTkBLT. and you can sxaksa rarr
estiT-ifite of the value of tha BOTTEKS
GUTDE, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 centa to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD 4 CO.
Ul-114 itichisan Avenue, Caicaco.IH.
TKrt Till- P(lIm-TC ..
UAUP STT3T. Boot--cpiaj-,Pts-ia!i-,. Arit
HVlC -cetic. Shortaani. 'tc. tdicroc jhl-tac?i
Sj-DAII. Ctrvalxr-!rw. ZZ7ASTS "' BaJkU.S.Z.
La wreu.ee BnIn-a-i Coll ec- ami Aradrmy.
Larks', chcapr-. anil bt. A Z-sir SiUi". csla-lotra-itres.
E-I MollraTj. sas'uLawrtsce. Canjaa.
t'5I05 COLtr REof LAW.C-h!-a:-r. Fall T-rm D-s-dns
s-ir D. For circular t..M. U-Ilooti. Cn!cajo-
YnilllftllPIII-'rn TelecraphT a-m Bailrcad
IHIinil INaH.cnV Bain--hre.izd sfsrera
zotxi. sitcitions. N nw J. D. BROWN, t-edalla. Mo.
G6W BRAND" SODA
TAKE ISO OTHEB
, SECQIO-HAID TYliS35S-jgSSS&S2g&
. Pro-jf Ftps. Card Cstter. lrap.iinir s-oie. Btcts.
' Ca-j. and a variety of otTn-r pr.nrlnz ica -raL fo-
-!- rh-ap for cah by A. N. KELLO-jG 'Etf'I,J.-
CTOS8AOAY. Samples worth $I.5
aTri FEKK. Ur.- not cnd.r th cnra 1 -t wnie
i mT3iln'OU&trirtJnmmjtmrmwemm. "
LT- .1 &c anj aaXeTEc raca-rta--&T fsam.
c-srt-is-!a-iaT-. worid Fithrr -x CMtI.oc-at
Tana nix. XlxnaL TUlk Coa:n-a.aajL
XUU THIS tASlZ. w-n -aa- warn.
I . acre. bit asricnli-
1 SOLDKBS:,ireApl:?'-i:o5i,-'t'I,'as, pj--
I 1. W ?inTfe,in!-rt',.rre''T -" "'--
I -a 1. arlOEjUCBV A 0 ria. f --. at. aar- u.. r-
FARMS i?L 9&l-CteaP-L5oJ. Send fordpscrtptdon
J AliMO aaa price. IL r. Ba jtcroft. Jceraoa. O-
. " - O- o. 1203.
"-s win. 12, a TO ADVKKTISEKS.
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