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Dynamite Ilnmlm Kxploilrd By Rnbbera
I'utlrr at California Kspreee Train-Two
Dela.no. Cal.. Feb. 21. As train No. 17
left Pixley Friday night five men boarded
it. Tuo u cut on tho engine and covered
e cngmver and Hi email with revoHera.
.Vlien j.iHiiit two miles from the station
the train was brought to a stop and the
other three men entered the express car
ami oniurcii tiir messenger to open the
box, coveting him with revolveis. Dyna-
mito Inmibs were exploded under the
bar ami during tho excitement seven
passengers ran torn aid the front.
Two of them wero shot. E. 8.
Ileutlcy, of Mouosto, was piobably fatally
wounded and Charles Cabert, of l'aso,
was killed instantly. The train ran btck
to Pixlej-. Tho passenger coaches were
' not molested. Another account says that
but tw o men were interested in the rob
bery and Jhit while uno remained on the
engine tho other made his way to the ex
press car and by exploding bombs under
the car so frightened the messengers that
they speedily openid the doors, JJeiitley,
w ho is probably fatally wounded, is deputy
eonfitnlile bore. Tho amount ;er;tiroi jjy
tlij ioble:s is utikiiowii. A posae went in
pursuit of them from here.
Los Angei.es, Cal., Feb. 2T. As re
gards the robbery of the Southern Pacific
train by masked nu u near Pixley Friday
evetting. United States Deputy M-jrshal
Thomas liayes states that the men hung
around Pixley several hour before the
train arrived. They wer armed with
shotguns and gave out that they were go
ing radlct hunting. The station agent no
ticed them for the reason that one of them
was well diessed ami his clothing was
highly perfumed, 'lho waiter who waited
on them also noticed the pfrfitmery. Hayes
is of the opinion that the robber w ill be
captured tefore they reach the mountains.
Kelly, messenger for IVells, Fargo &
Co.. saj s there was something Its than
S'ftK) in the safe at tli time of the robbery.
The amount was muhII. owing to the
money older system now in ue. lb
opened the door and let tho robbers in
only Ih'ciiusc the latter threatened to kill
the ngineer ami fireman. Kelly says
there were only tivo robber, but tho bag-gag'-master
savs there were fiv' at least.
They wom tlurk miisl.s and liad Hour
vaks to carry the plunder. Kelly says
the lolibcis were umloubtedly noxices.
Detective Smith, of the So.itiit-i.. Pa
cific, has left here for Pixley. The de
scription of ihu robbers has ln-eii tditaJm.il
and he thinks they will soon b-j caught.
Thr I.omlitii Tinifs Witness I'lares That
l'.i-r uinl I In- i:nj;lirli Tories in ait I a
UiMntv, Foli. 1M Tho elTe ct of the ev
idence g veil by I'igott bsfor thu Parnell
Commission has had a staitliug effect
upon public opinion, and Hi" matter is al
most thu so'e topic of couversiitiuii in all
ciilJos in and out of the lobbies of the
House of Commons. The conviction is mp
idly bfcoiiiiiig general that I'igott him
self is the forsier of the so-called Parnell
letters, and Tories vie with Painellites in
the depth of their condemnation of the
w retcti who is convicted out of his own
mouth of iicts scarcely less heinous than
those of .ludns lscariot. The Pall Mall
tlur-stte publishes a leader, tiiumphuut in
tone. in which it declates that
the collfpse of the Tune case, brought
a In ut bv the testimony of McDon
ald. Houston and I'igott, has made
home mle for Ii eland a foregone con
clusion. It Ls usierted that Mr. Walter,
who was mainly responsible for the.
Times' ciusade against Mr. Parnell. will
, peiM.iiiilly lear all the expenses and costs
inclined by the paper in conducting the
oas? befoie the commission, even if ho has
to sell Iiih estates to raise the money. This
resolution is believed to lie the result ot a
"stormy interview between Mr. Walter and
his co-partner in ttie proprietorship of
the 'lims, in which the matter of the
papet's inability to pay its usual dividend
was the foremost topic of discussion, and
Mr. Wnltei's sudden announcement of his
intention to go to Nice to recuperate, is
mi Ituibtedly auo'.hei result of thut heated
FROZEN TO DEATH.
A fatality in NelraWa Tin Cold i:iM-
I.iui- City, XeK, IVb.il Charles Hunt
ing and his son Kdwaid. farmers, started
home Tuesday ening after upending the
d.i in town. Yesterday they weie louiid
near J li ir house, tho son ileid and the
lather so badly fioren that he will lie
crippled if heiecoers. The ili-rmometer
heie icgisteied ten ilegrecs below aero last
r menus, v.
Imii'KUI.m;. Mich., Feb. 21. The worst
stoimol the season and one of the most
s eie eer known is now raging over the
entire uppei peimixiila. I'ttle snow has
laUcti but the vind has leached a velocity
ot hit miles an hour and the temperatuie
has taiigid from 2a to "Si degitfes below
ZM. It is now a."i degiee below and still
fa 1 ng The railioud aie blockaded and
the country roids iiiii:is.-ilili.
Ciui'Ai.n Fell. 21. Dispatches from
Xoriheru Iowa state that tho cold is ieiy
seveie tho meicuir langing from ten to
sixteen degiees be.ow reio at different
points. In this city it registered seven de
giees belm ztiio.
A Mr-tiiBi" "Mifessloii.
Kai.sma7.mo, .Mich,. Fell. 21. Seven'
weeks :i,;i Christian Schaure. a piuiiin-ni
budge bulldei of Chicago, then on Ins d -iug
b d. ami now d ceased, confessed to
Wi ham Koethgar, of this c xy. the burn
ing o rieeliti i gen a submit of CnUor
den. piovince of lhunswiek. Puisia. in
Kit mplicatiug h niself and one Schu
gart Srluiilz. lit the lonfession he st tel
that Sehulty was then lixing in "ei
mauy in prospeious circuiustanii. The
o uifessi.tii was tileil befoie Justice Jan
mis if this city, who immedtntdy tor
wauled it to the (teininn Impel ml Consul
at Cincinnati Fiom the latter city the
confession was sent to the Herman author
ities, ami an iii estimation followed,
which resulted in the finding that Scliult?
had b'en living in Klechtingen in com
tollable circumstances, as the confession
saul, but he had died a few weeks pie-
ious to the arrival of the confession.
Ttt I'rotoot Mill 1'raiK Isco.
- Washington, Feb. 21 Senator Stan
ford has iutioduced a piopo.ed aineml
iiieut to the Army Appropriation bill, di
lectiug the Secretaiy of War to purchusc
four pneumatic dvnanute guns ot tifteeu
uich caliber, ami the necessary machineiy
ti tiro and handle the same, w ith the nec
essary ammunition and cartridges, to be
located at such points in the harltor ot
San Fiauciscoas may be designated by
ihe Secietary. The cost is not to exceed
over ?2t ).0 H. In a letter to tho Senate
Secretary Kmlieott approve of the
locat ion "of these guns in the harbor of
San Francisco, and says there i at pro
tnt no appropriation available for the
7 lie Crrek Itill I!.
W.sjitNfiTOX. Feb. 24. On motion of Mr.
Feel, of Arkansas the House esterday
passed the Senate bill to ratify and con
Itrin the agreement with the Creek Nation
of Indians for the purpose of owning tc
settlement the utiassigued lands in the In
dian Terntoiy ceded by the Cieeks to the
For Eicht Iliturtt.
St. Loeis, Feb. 2 A mass meeting of
workingmen held here last night adopted
the eight-hour lesolution of the Atuericar
Federation of Lalwr and listened to stir
ring speech? in bath English and Ger
man in favor of pushing the movement
with the utmost vigor.
AN ELECTRIR FORTRESS.
Am Kntranee Floalljr Effected Into
Freand's FamoM Factory at Brooklya,
Where lit, F.lrrtrlfli-4 His Dope and
SM8r t the Mmn Tlme-Thn Inner Be
esfir the KttahlUliratint Almost lat.
preicnslile with .Many Doors or Iron and
(inarleil Oak Kvirtences r t hn FraaU.
New York, Feb. 21. Curious people
have been seclring to enter the factory of
the Electric Sugar Company in Brooklyn
for months, but armed men have stood
guard night and day, and no one is allowed
to enter. The factory is a most remark
able structure. It is a five-story brick
building, originally intended as a ware
bouse, and was rented by the Electrio
Sugar Company at tlw earnest request of
Prof. Freund. The three lower floors
vere open to the directors and stock
holders of the company, but the two
tipper floors were guarded with a vigilance
that was simply extraordinary. Not even
the president of the company could visit
them, and until exposure came no one wan
supposed to have passed the first of the
big doors except Prof. Freund, his wife
and Dr. Howard. The first floor is aow
filled with the original lioxes in which
'r?U2'e sugar was whipped into the facto
ry, and htfhdrcds of bags of raw sugar
which he was supposed to have electrified
into finest quality of refined SCRar, but
which he simply hid away, are piled up
here. The second floor of the factory
contained the pajier-room, where the blue
paper which was to line the barrels when
filled with BUgar was kept.
The third floor ended the territory
which the company was allowed to visit.
Here it was that all the "demonstrations
were made. Above the third floor was an
impenetrable mystery to the company.
When the sugar was pouring through, the
awe-stricken stockholders would hear
rumbles and noises on the floors above,
but they were only told that this wat
made by the secret machinery. From
the third floor to the fifth one passes
through door after door of iron and oak
studded with thick nails, and strong
enough to resist an invading army.
There ls a door at the foot of the stair
way leading from the third to the fourth
floor, and beside it a bell which the di
rectors of the company had to pull when
they wanted to see Freund or Howard.
At the end of the stairs was a massive
door, after which, when passed, there was
still a third door, which was even stronger
than the other two. After passing through
these doors the first of the secret rooms
One whole side is filled with seven so
called granulators. They are simply
enormous siees. one above the other,
three in each tier. Much shifting aud
machinery is visible on this floor and all
of the very highest quality. Itut it was
the fifth and top floor that Freund used as
his holiest of holies. The floor is divided
into three compartments. One was used
for Frcund'ii private office, and the third
was the secret room. Freund's office was
elegantly fitted np. The secret room it
self is a curiosity. It took the company
three weeks to brent into the room after
the exposure, and then they selected the
weakest spot aud came down from above.
There were two doors to this room, each
about two feet thick, lined on the outside
with two thicknesses of sheet iron, spe
cially hammered and prepared for Freund.
Inside this come great blocks of gnarled
oak laid so that the grain of no two
blocks run in the same direction. Then
came transverse bars of iron, then more
wood and then another thick sheot of
iron. Next to this iron was more oak,
then on the inside iron sheetings. The
w hole a,ass wa.s bound together by bolts
a thiik as one's wrist aud the front of
the door was all studded with nails which
looked like spikes.
Along the sides of the secret room were
long tables covered with zinc. The tables
were used to break tho sugar on. In tho
center of the room was a large quartz
crusher. The sugar was thrown into this
and crushed. It passed through to the
floor below, where it was sifted in the
gr.'Uittlators and dropped into the tubes,
whence it rushed to the stockholders
whenever there was a demonstration.
The raw sugar was never used at all.
Freund evidently intended to get rid of it
by washing it through pipes into the riv
er, just as he haddoneathis home months
befoi e. It was proudly pointed out to un
believers that when Freund got raw sugar
the refined product corresponded in
weight exactly with what was given him.
A nice little pair of scales standing at tin
door of the secret room showed how this
marvel was worked. Freund simply
weighed the raw and the refilled, ami
knew to an ounce how much he had to
shoot down to his victims below.
The factory has live engine, two dyna
mos to furnish electric light, two boilers,
two pumps aud one large injector. At
lcat one hundred and twenty-five thou
sand dollars of the company's money went
into this factory.
THE "HARTFORD HORROR.
The lloily nrNizlit Clerk IVrry Kerowrcl
The liijnrrtl Victim lining n Well as
Coilttl lie Kpettil.
lI.MiTromi. Conn.. Feb. 20. The work of
excavating at the Park Cential ruins ban
been vigorously prosecuted to-day, aud
more effect i ely than hitherto. The streets
on both sides of the ruins are crowded,
but special iKilicemen keep the people
from interfering w ith the work. No bodies
were found beyond tho.se already report
ed until about ten o'clock this morning,
when one was discovered which from its
location close by tho safe, is undoubtedly
Night-Clerk Perry. A great mass of de
bris is yet to bo overhauled. Many peo
ple thiuk that more bodies will be
found, as no other persons are
rejHtrted missing, but others ex
pect to find more, as tho hotel was
reported full. At the hospital to-day the
ten patients taken from the ruins are do
ing as well as could be expected, aud no
serious icsults are expected with any
of them. The funeral of U ight H. Iluell,
the jeweler, was held this morning at the
house of his broflier-in-law, J. O. Uatli
bone. Dr. aud Mrs. Perrin w ill be buried
to-morrow, at 11:30. in New Britain.
President lw ight. of Yale, and others, will
11a. m. The body supposed to be that
of Perry ha been "taken to the morgue.
His father and brother, of Holyoke, Mass,
are here to take charge of it.
Will Mantl ty lh Association.
Nkw York. Feb. 21. The Illinois Cen
tral directors yesterday resolved that
while tho terms of their charter precluded
them from signitig the Inter-State Hail
way Association agreement, they would
give their moral support, so far as may
be consistent with tae best interests of
the company, to the aims and objects of
the association in the establishment and
maintenance of rate, as far :k they may
conform to the laws of the various States
in which its roads are located, and with
the Inter-State Commerce law. They
also ordered the president to notify every
employe of the company that if he will
fully violates any of the rat;s established
he will bo disin issed.
A Russian Frlnce t"ii!er Arret ia Xaw
York for Fraudulent rrartlrr.
New York, Feb. 20. George Ehristofl
Do Gourie. the Russian Prince, adventur
er and woman-hunter, was arrested last
night on a charge of obtaining money on
false pretences on a complaint of Rock
well, the furrier. Tho Pnace six weeks
ago bought a seal-skin overcoat forJWW,
promising to pay for it on February 15,
or give it back. On February It the Prince
pawned it for $100. A search of the
Prince's apartments showed that every
crap of clothig and jewelry not inactive
ev had been pledged for cash. He was
arraigned at the YorkriUe police coat
and held to answer.
Rather Meager as a Fee.
"Speaking of marriage fees," said a
prominent clergyman, "recalls a very
embarrassing blunder which was perpe
trated upon an innocent brother
clergyman recently. The groom, who
was not a very nervous fellow, either,
carelessly poked an old plantation
negro ballad into his vest pocket with
the five dollar bill which he intended
as the marriage fee. During the
excitement which followed the cere
mony the young man placed the ballad
in the palm of the clergyman. After a
fervent God-speed the officiating
clergyman left without inspecting the
negro song. The divine was indignant
when he discovered the nature of the
bit of paper which he had stowed
away in hi9 wallet. However the
young man found the five dollar bill
in his ve-t pocket, made a hurried
examination and Hucceeded in allay
ing the ire of the clergyman." Christ
Ian at Work.
In all the excitement of the most
exciting of many campaigns, the one
through which we have just passed,
there is one man who has always kept
his spirit level. The carpenter, fool
ish one, the carpenter. Burdette.
A Trust That la n Monopoly.
The trust reposed by the dyspeptic and
bihous in Hostetter'a BtomachBittera ia not
a monopoly. It is ahared not only by them,
but by residents of malarious localities,
quondam rheumatic sufferers whom it has
relieved, and the nervous, debilitated and
infirm whom it has built up. It troubled
with inaction of the kidneys you should use
it. Give this medicine the systematic trisl
"Sat, you fowl man. I thought you said
that goose I bought of you was a oung
one." "So I did You call my daughter a
young lady, don't you! Weil, that goose
was a gosling tho summer that my daughter
was born. What do you take me for
Engravings of Ifallrilngs, Portraits. Kle.
If you want Engraving of any descrip
tion Buildings, Portraits, Machinery,
Maps, Piats, etc., write to us forssBplos
ami prices. Only photo-engraving estab
lishment west of the Mississippi run by
A. X. Kellogo Nr.wsrAPca Co..
Kausai City, Mo.
Tnn German Empress, says the London
Star, is a perfectly colorless character, who
hus no opinions "of her owu, and she is
completely under the domination of her hus
band. Medical experts, by the use of the Micro
scoiio, hav e recently "discovered and classi
fied specific hv iug germs in the bloinl of all
ItcrsoiiH suffering from Malaria, and say that
to cure the patient these germs must bo
killed. Thirty years ago Dr. Khallenhergcr
advanced this theory as the correct one, and
prepared his " Anti'dote for Malaria" to de
stroy these Kisonous germs. If you have
MuUri.i m vour system, a few doses of this
medicine willdcsiroy the toison immediately,
and not injure au infant. Sold by Druggists.
Vox Bcixw,it is reported, recently threw
a fiddle at the conductor at a rehearsal. It
is a new thing for him to develop a violin
temper. The piano is his forte.
Have no equal as a prompt and positive
euro for sick headache, biliousness, consti
pation, pain m tho side, and all liver trou
bles. Carter's Little Liver fills. Try them.
Prince Alkxavder, of Battenbcrg, has
been occupied during the last two years i a
writing an elaborate history of his seven
years' reign in Bulgaria.
"I have Ven afflicted with an affection of
the Throat from childhood, caused by diph
theria, and have used various remedies, but
have never found any thing equal to
Bkown's UnoscnuLTuocnrs." lire. a. M.
F. ifiiiiitii, J'ihttnti. Ky. Sold only in boxes.
The Frinco of Wales has been exceeding
ly unfortunate upon the turf. He received
no return last season for $40,000 paid for
" Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Hale's
Honey of Horchouiid ami Tar upon a cold.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Tun Queen of Greece is not a Dolly Yar
den in her tatttc. She only wears two col
ors, tho white aud the blue.
It is no longer necessary totakeblue pills
to rouse tho liver toaction. Carter's Little
Liver Pillsurumuch better. Don't forget this.
New Zklni offers a bounty of five
rents e.u-li fur lho destruction of English
THE GENEStAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Feb.
CATTLE SblpplnR steers....! 3 in fc 3
Butcher steers. ... 3 .V) 6 3
KatUecoffs - m 9 '.'
HOGS Good to choice hoary, tai 4
WHUAT No.: red !W i&
No. - koft v:it&
COKN No.-J Si"ii
OATS No. - at a
KYI'. No.: 42'i-l
FLOUIt Patents, per suck... 2 J Q 2
HAY BaleJ 3 H a 5
nOTTKi: Choice creamery. 2S O
CIIKBSK Full cream 11 a
EGGS Choice lu'ia
BACON Main W a
t titles. ... .. ...... t-i
uAllll ...... ......... . o 4
POrATOCS 30 o
CATTLE Shipping htcers... 3 73 Q 4
Butcher leers.... ;iui a t
HOGS Packing 130 Q 4
SIIEUP Fairto choice 3W Q 4
FLOUK-Choice 3 (A 5
WHEAT-NO..! red :
COKN No.i VT O
OATS No. i i'4 A
BYE No.J 42 a
BUTTEU Creamery V4l
rOBtk--.-.-. .... ... ...- XI CJ ij 11
CATTLE Shipping steer..... IW 4
HOGS PacWtngand shipping.. 4 4 Q 4
SHEEP Falrto choice 3M a
FLOCK Winter het 5 OJ a
WHEAT No.4 red lW) 1
OATS No. :5 A
RYE Nj. 4 43lj
BUTTEU Creamery 3) (ft
CATTLE Common to prime.. 4l) 4
HOGS Good to choice 4 9) 5
FLOUK Good to choice 3 IS t S
WHEAT No. red
CORN No.3 43V
OATS Western mixed S9 ,
BCTTEU Creaiaery :9 o
PORK 12 C" " IS
Aiwum tTPKi to vnnxstte an ah.
ftrw(f.i alrrcUr t iftri.ftriaiiti"J
is rirrtrt of 3 . J Nsir. li; U tamf. Smftt
TIE HatUS A. Vftmit (., BaNfaatK. Xt
March April May
Are the bast ssoataa la loea to parity your bkto.
for at ao other saaaea e tae system soaioea
naee the aM ef a reliable aiedldae like Hood's
SarsaparUla, as aow. Daring iae loo, cold winter,
tae blood becomes tela aad Impure, the body be
comes weak aad Ured, tae appetite may be lost.
Hood's Baraaparitla Is peculiarly adapted to purify
aad eertcatbe blood, to create a gooc appetite aaa
te orercome that Ured f celiac.
Xery spring for yean I bare mad It a practice
to take from three to ae bottles of Hood's 8ara
parllla, because 1 know K purines tbe blood and
thoroughly eleanoes tbe system of all ImportUe.
That languid fecllnc. sometimes called 'sprtag
ferer. will never visit tbe system that has beea
properly eared for by this never-failing remedy."
W.H.LAWBZXCB. Kdltor Agricultural Epttomlst.
The Best Spring Medicine
"I have taken three bottles of Hood's Sarsapa.
nlta and consider It tbe best blood medicine I ha
ever taken. It builds me op. makes me sleep bet
ter, gives me a good appeUte and Improves my
health generally." Mas. A. P. Lzicirrox. Port
sold by alt druggists, tl : sir for R. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD A CO, Apothecaries. Lowell. Mans.
100 Doses One Dollar
Of all tho Ilia that human flesh Is Belr to.
Scrofula is most prevalent. Very few. Indeed,
arts entirely free from some taint of ucroiuia.
Young people of delicate constitution arcofteu
aflicted by this disease, which manifests itself
in various forma. Tbe glands of the neck,
groin, abdomen, etc.. become enlarged, either
persistently, or with slight impairment of
Swellings in the Neck
frequently become so engorged with scrof
ulous matter that absces-s are formed. I'aln-
iiiiiIiisiiiim Mvmlannearon the arms.
legs and feet: aometimescoiitiiiuousand some
times of an Intermittent character, uccamou
ally the sores appear in the ears and nose, and
on or about the eye, causing deafness ami
blindness. Pimples, cancerous growths, swol
len Joints, etc., are other sj mptoin of Ihe lls
ease, it nnit be trcutcd through theblooulf
a permanent tun is to ! obtained.
What is more beautiful thunn rich, soft com
plexion in man or woman? This can te ob
tained only by the eradication of ull scrofulous
taints from the blood by the persiatint ue of
ami health will follow. He sure your Druggist
sells jou only that prepared by
J. A. MAGKE CO., Lawrence. Man.
Rare Chance for Settlers.
The Eailrosd System ot Teiss hating devsloped So
as to bring within easy accea tf kih4 intsriur and
srataerd markets the lands granted lo tbe
It has beea determined to offt r to settlers the
Baa waiuuiaa wsa v
In farms of 10 acres and upward. These lands were
located by tbe Oompsnr among the earliest, with
rsrecial care as to Bull. timUr and water. They are
adapted to the growth of cotton, corn, oats, wheat,
tarfry. ri. vegetables, orchards and gsrdens and
the various domewt lo graswe.
Sltaatedin the elevated and healthy region known
as tbe tiouthrrn Panhandle of Teias. they possess a
gesiteil rliwuite, favorable Ionian and braat, where
..uMior work can lie carried un tbe y ar round, and
aiu in marked contrast with regions of early and lata
frosts or of destructive blitsards "
Population Is fast pouring in. and local government
is already established, with schools, cburcbrs. Ac.
Tcaakor Halk: One-fifth cash, halauro in four eiual
yearly aaymeuls. with interest on deferm! payments.
For further iuformation as ti these and lands in
adjacent counties, apply tu
J. :S. NAPIER, Vernon, Tttias,
(who is prepared to show to purchasers); or to
C. C. GIBBS, Land Aut, Houston, Tei.
Th mother of a member of oar flrra h lieen
ciirtsl of cvruvrim .ire on her face of twenty
Tears standliit: tiv t tkingS. S .
PEMiLETov. Vraitr A llti.r.v.
Krutfci't". Farniervllle. Ttx
wlft" "Spfcllo cutp I our batut of an snirry erup
tlonmlltst K-xemi after th lnct.ir' prerrtpllnn
had fallt-1. ami liui nor tislt? an 1 tif-artv
It. T. MIOBK. 111. h Hill. Mo
IET"Scn.l foroiirltka on HIihi-I and Skin Ilieae
sndAdrlce toSufl'reM. tu tllfl fns-.
THE MVIIT M'KCIKtrCO.
UIIAUIIt. ATLANTA. O A.
Intelligent Beader. will notice that
at mw"wsrissferffoewr' all elnsnaw
r ellawaaew, hut ealy aaek aa gwaala
frwamaelUerderwel liver, via t
Vertigo. Headache, Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Costiveness, Bilious
Colic, Flatulence, etc
Far Ism tae- arwmatwarraateellis
fatlilU, mat arc aa nearly se aa It In paa
alala tw mskt m remedy. "Price. 33c la.
Cold in Head
I Elf t Cnaa Bil-1
LT BKO M Warrra C 5. T.
hakes CHILD BIRTHiASY
r USCO II'O'I CONHIWlataNT.
Hook to -JloTiirH.s-' Mailxi rare
BatIEL BE4U UtTsta CSK. ATLANTA. a.
ou bt Aia.baccv.trra.
lAfll CO COODYEAR
WALES RUBBERS !
Crate U taele ,wst.n
The heat Kaa-Wr MslaTB awe) anors tw
Ilte2S?r5m,?,,drt WAEJCa SMBVKAR
aHfsK res. When yuw want rabben call foe
and do not. he deceived hy baying other rabtrwtt
the woed -ro.vtyear" on tbeej. as taat ease t wmsi
by other companies oa latertor good to catch the
trade that th Wale Goodyear Mkw Cos haetas
llsbed by always making rilrv!. wtocfc tact
Testes it eewosy to bay the WJhUBa CMMbW
TEJlat BarBatKata. Tbev aits ail rmi
uyle. and reroaraabie epedalUea, aaa the best
si tae wgtm.
TRIAL Tbe Mitwrtl avn SUvsaa
aaa sv tl be seat on iris f oar raoatas i
ear adJ-es la t'altei atste. Csasias oe
Hf lieu. !r Ira ceili la aUter cr efsvisa
Address -H.A S. riSjima.- Box B. Kansas Ctty. hie.
say FImVs Cre for Oob
eamtbaa te THE SaT
for ite tie wife
Renowned Agricult'l Lands
teestsJ along the line of the Fort Worth A Denver
City i. K., beginning with Wilbarger
WI UaBIKeT ilK
aoKOatA mstsl MAT,
sire aeaee essiw
easrieelal. suse acyl-
lea. aad weeaealee
m ia v-i ver-
Do aot be Inflaeaewe by dealers who try tn -l'
vou some other gue shoe wtib lea merit, a It will
lee eewejesBlesri fatr jmu le essaad ewra.
Weetlladd that the eipnenc of thonMnds of
people prove tbat It will t mi set eeawaae fur
you to boy HKNUERJONT CKlJtUHATEl
"RED SCHOOL HOUSE" SHOES
for vour Boys and Girl. Seethata label with the
name "Henderson and theplctareof a Ks4 tchuo
House lsou tbe bottom of one of each pair. tavut!
deception. VVe make all oar goods en the tbeorv of
style and merit. Yosrs truly.
CM. HENDERSON & CO.
For any one of AO
ciioick jtrrs or
VeftUMa er FfttMr Sttet.
Sesat, tkrawt. Craft Via,
Fruit Tratt. Etc
For example, we send postpaid
and fuaraatee taf e arrival
M PackeU Choice) Flower Seeds, 98 torts.
price flJtu. for 11.00
Packets Choice VegetaMeheedsaOnirts 1 0u
ISRvorbloorelng Bnaes. ISbeauUfulaorU 1.00
U Geraniums. 14 splendid aorta. 1 00
15 Carnations. IS elegant eons I ts)
LI Grape Vine, 4 aorta, our caoioe 1.00
For the other M sets and 10U1 things heslJce
(many New aad Kareisee our GitaMoSruiso
Catalooub. 190 paces, aent free to all who
wish to purchase either Seeds, I'lants or Trees.
Allotheeswishlnglt should remit the cost rec
Ours Is one of the oldest, largest and must
rrllaMo nurseries in the U.S. 36th jcar, Si
areenbousca, 700 actra.
THE STOMS 1 MllllwOI CO.,
NkMtrlllt, Lakt Ct., OMt.
asreaas tbu rsrsa mmj ! m
THE SATIN FLOWER
,aa ls a new variety of n aii-
SLOT aCAITV. and
bl ims In 4 or ft weeks
from the lltue of sovtng
theseeds. A iilent fores
asnlkl pyramid of bloom
as shown In thecal, Ihe
gosjersbeli gs lance and
numerous a to eotnplrtu
ly HiiK itu and
branch-. HloMwmis are
of tbe most delicate and
beautiful color, shining
Ilka satin, bred can be
plsnted at once In pots
tnsklng must charming
p..t fljwers. or It ran be
soon tu the ear den In
May. In either case It will bloom in about f ees
and make a most beautiful show, tor only Ifeta.
1 will mall a paperof seed.Owetherith myjljeant
Catahwieandanew Kverlasllng flower ratt-K.
CatalwevlUsose seat watese wahejl r.r
Mvsaaay alreaey jr tu . ""
Iweeat llUaetratew Catatacac fee '
thetlnest ever Issued. Frofceeir I(liitrat,s4 with
One ruts and colored ptatp. lli,i,iBJtf!!,JM'
rf vixiwr.a at vrarTARLK arr.ua.
BfLlla? KawW; LL WJC" J TwV-
Look to It for many ORAv at wwVEa.TIEa1 1 nev
er before offered. Price 10 centa per copy. Sanm
seat free escept to the who order the above haiin
n.twerHeed. BeawsUeaee ae thla sttr will
aeateae amta. Adrtress
JoailXcWiai llll-ma. rteewl Park.a.T.
r ana seae bb r easa
J. I. CASE T. M.
Portable, tattonerv and Traetkin Baalaea. K'P-
ARATUaa, none rowers, iresa rowers, kin
aAeV MlaTt. ataefalnery. tWHtyj ritatalMia '
sesaas Tale rsrsa mtm 1
noon niorc Words and nearly O0O more IIIu
trulions than any other American liictUmary.
An Invaluable Companion
in t-tcrv rV)irol and at every Fircl"
SkM by all ilookscHcrs. Illt:tratrtl r;tn;hlct
C. & C. MCHRIAM k CO., rub'r-.S.-rlnrScI.l, Sta'-
Wc offer GOOD PAT to WOMBS for rrs
rial work up to JVW oeit. Ikslccs gijd jay
fur work Qftf"aBB will be glvm as an
rerformetl. 9lrW KXTKA present to
the urort doing thu het work: l6o to the
Keono. and k oo. Men. toys and girls ran
make bundtvils of dollars trtwien tviw end
July lsy ThU u a HPECIAI. chance, and
boltls Rood only until July. Address
CURTIS PUBLISHING CO
sjaTiTTTTTf rn 1 1 ai aunt urn
amba ts tet knnva
wsjIV fur omtumMli'ii aad
thmat t!r-; tetter Uian
hnr of rtlmatr InteU'crsre Mnmrin'.t
. usril st patlrnt s Immr iijr inniunon a:
cost. wrtteJ. 1. Ucfperi.M.D.Ua tLO
in in HI i1' I
asamaWTZea A afaSmm
JOSEPH H. HUNTER,
sax raw Vaesa
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att,iUmn laa ilnmiairkat
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Wirs. as4 ale srf.
ksaet aassvat f tt'ti anal
art ef tke awraane. Wrssw t rsa
wire sura at a
cure fee wtrs
It saa tMSial is ssrn i j afwe
sae sreaajg aw. waesi taw
aaj-irias earuy. ay wasaa ma.
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HA WORTH A SONS,
. I li I 1 T Afeeaav ll II 5?i!
Standiup. mlth reluctant feet.
Where the brook and river meet,
Wotnaiihood and childhood fleet !
Is a type of thousands of youtip jrirls who are cnifrplng from the chfrtalit tta(w
of their existence, as they enter upon their tretia." Nenoua, eiciuhlr, irri
table, stirred by strange, unknowable forces within them, each a aaystery unto
herself, our pirls need the teuderest care, the uiot lovinp. patient ovrrsif ht, ami
tlie aid of Dr. ricrce's Favorite l'riscrliitlon, to safely carry them through Oil
critical ieriod, during which, in too many lives alas, are sown Uw seeds of dis
tressing forms of diseases Hvuliar to the female sex. Hnt UiU boon to woman
kind will prevent all such dUeanrs, or cure them if they hae already seized a
victim. Wouiau owes it to herself, to her f.tmll, and to her social station, to bej
weH and strong. Let her tlien not neglect the sure means of cure. FavoritQ
Prescription is a legitimate medicine, carefully coniiviinded by an cxj"crtciictj
and .skillful physirian, aud adapted to wotiian's delicate organization. It ia
purely egetahle in its couioilioii and perfectly harmless in lt effects In any
condition of thu system. Sold by druggist ; $1.00, or Ax bottles for f-VO.
Copj rytlitol. lss. by Woitl.ir Disi-ottiir McniCAU AiuutCiATioa. lYopricUtra.
T."D DTI?1 PT?'Q TT?T T T?TQ purely vegetable and
liH. LUhKAjEj O ri!iljliilo. perfectly harmless.
I'neiiuakt! as a I.Imt Till. Smallest, ch-jcst, cnut-st to takr. One tiny. rugar-xate
IVlh-t a doer. Cures Sick. Headache, lllliuus ilt-atlachc. C(iDstiatlon. "ii-tlgrstlon. Utilosst
AtUicks, and all k ranjiciurnU of tho Momach
OF PDBE COD LITER OH
And Hypophosphitss of Law & Soda
Almost as Palatabtoas Milk.
The only -peeparatlon of C0" UTU OIL that
saa be taaea reattily and tolsraled foe a leaa time
by aekVate ateasaras.
lliL wtliUTt. Cttl'sikhalB lMBOtT if-
nnioVfl. aaa ail Waffll!!, MftokwEBt or
flULHH It le marreUea. la It. ragE
ia the countries of the world.
re Bml r all saaMs.
WTIsnil fnirssiI'Mit sii Vrnin l'i-sr-ri AsV
aHTUTT da auiiSK. mew aevau
Is I hr Hrel mmdrfmr
- ks4vr a4 s4 m
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.. Ilirm .rn.l lo u "n t If.ntithir i r
tr, l t o( i r 1 . . . r IM.lt A !),' hlraats III
eSW IUI l.ta aTra.v-oa
$10 A DAY
tftll'.' 1 Hits HlM.
I on tlrrs.tr. ftr llrltt HVU-s
PIVCM AWAT intn-lse- lhr
rrj ii jr nrr ! from to 4.
.Ifr. ttrtrr tllnlrr htJT-rr frrt. Sril it
ti. to 9tmi . to t,r iw.te )
.rklnfor Mrkrl n.l-l s.m,u ts.t
rrll. f.r A ..at IWaTIrl
BtANUrC CO., HOLLT. MICH.
M. rl& wWtfwwm
ENGRAVING 1 ELECTR0TYPIN6.
Largrtt tt tett jgips-i t!i"'.hmr.i writ ef tt
Mlllrfl. I'h Utrntf at t-pirrinra ma br
elrrrr'c tlftt. t.iwtd "ork. P silttir al rri-mb.
lr'c Write for mflr. &4 rti'mttrii
A. X KiLUvttst Nrairtrs Ct KaCJtr at
PUFF J-""" MARHIAGF PArFIL
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ll'reltlest H4M1K ever!
frillies. 1 titiiiMiiitU tigl
Kn'n4 ings. iiott arru I
a 11'witr-st ever grxiwit.
i'sls Xe CVt-ti os tllrj (y
oc A U: KBHas) f-Ais. stew
ertadltvcird rK::o Cuslumrrs. tgUe
awa rauew titan aiitnrvts sell rtrmtfufnir
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aveaas raw rs rts , . Mas
$15 MftOUA IAMESSSI5
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trUtDUoa lliliitaiter. IiC.N'TKH.
fl-fclrt lt frs)l fc4
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Tl-se Haworth Corn Wlmtmr,
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