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A FATAL TRESTLE.
a a maH Train 3(ear
GBcnsaxr. JnaeSSL At half put firs
ciocX last evening the paaenter traia
from Portsmouth to Cincinnati oa the Cia-
ananti. Georfetowa At PoTtsmoata rail-
.-.- i,i.i.. 4in.inj M. ...-.-..-
Ser coaches and baggace cart weat aoera
a trestle oa aad a naif aula west of Sa
The trestle was 100 feet loar and
12 to 25 feet high, Tae engineer felt it
sinking dowa when be went ea it, and
taraed on a foil bead of steam. Ibns ba
Bared th-a engine and baggage caTt Dat
not the three coaches with passengers. A
aeary rainstorm was falling at the time.
So one was killed cutngbt, but about
fourteen were injured, as near as can ba
learned, some, it is feared, mortally.
Among the latter were General Manager
Samuel F. Hunt This is not General
Samn-1 F. Hunt, the attorney, but another
of the same name.
General Passenger Agent T- D. Bhoadaa
was sif iag at the supper table. The table
was driven into his side, inflicting, it is
feared, a mortal wound; H. L. Sander
brush, wife and child, of Cincinnati, were
seriously nurt; William Cain, the con
ductor, suffered a broken shoulder blada
aad a broken le. The others injured
were: William Griffith, colored porter,
badly bruised; Conductor Newton,
hurt in the hip; Char.es Hcmrod, hurt in
the back: Leu Hilman. nainfullr hurt in
the hand and arms; W. H. Fraaver. ot
Spr.nsfitld. I1L, right leg broken, head
bruise!, serious: H. Bail man. right leg
broken; E. B. Showbaa, Covington, Kj.
painfully injured in the right leg and hip;
Urs. Williams, of Williamsburg, Cv, seri
Mrs. Eayward, of Port-month, Cv, had
a bate in her arms. She was thrown
through a window and tbe babe was left
in the car. She recovered soon and
screamed for her babi. It waa found in
side the car cooing and entirely unharmed.
All in the above list whose homes are
mot designated axe citizen? of Cincinnati.
AFFAIRS AT JOHNSTOWN.
Latest Estimates aa to the X amber or Tie
tinn The Situation. Gruwias Brighter.
Josxstows, Pa.. June 29. Toe time-1
teeners in the Cambria iron works oSce
est mate tiat from 400 to S00 of the work
men in the Gautier and Cambria iron
works were lost and, counting women and
children dependent on teem, they put their
loss of ptsoplt? at S.O'jO.
They estima e the entire loss of life at
10 000." ilr. Kawes, the firebrick manu
facturer, thinks this is about right. He
bl.eves at least 500 strangers were in
town at the Urn of the flood.
The bureau recisterinj the name? of the
1 ving for the distribution of local funds
have secured about 12,000 aad they expect
to register 20,000.
Abjut200 deposit books of the Johns
town Savings Bank are reported lost by
d-oositors or their heirs. Tnere were
$774,000 en deposit and much of this is the
property of people having no h-irs.
Tee situat.oa is growing br'ghter every
day. Eighty thousand dollars in cash
arrived yesterday to par the men in the
various depar'm-nts. The work of regis
tering the flood sufferers for the purpose
of distributing tne socal funds was finished
last night but the totals have not been
added. Tae men in charge of the work do
not think mora than 4,000 persons were
Rev. Dr. Beale, chairman of the morgue
committee, has made h s official report.
He has a record of about:! 3j0 todies. Ten
tod es were recovered yesterday. Tee
greatest lo- f life occurred on Washing
ton street. 129 p-r-ous being ki.led in one
hcue and the lits of dead from this
thorocgh'are reaches 1SS- Property losses
amounting to nearly 6,000,000 have been
The Diaanpearanre of the t- LouU School
Trarhcr-Hrr Bxly Found In the Elver
Effect of Disappointed Love.
St. Locis. Juae 29. The disappearance
of Miss Bertha Gerspacher, the young
school teacher, has been solved, her dead
body having been found in the river near
6ehca, Ma. just south of St. Louis, and
fully identified. The followins letter has
been forwarded to the dead girl's mother
by Harry Hoffman, of Chicago, Miss Ger
spachsr's lover, and -hows that she had
contemplated suicide for some time past:
St. tons. Jane :i My Own Darin:? Harry:
I am sorry. Harry, for the news I have to break
to yon m this letter. O. how I dread writsur
this; I thought first I weald not write at all.
because I could hardly stand it but then you
would know what was tte matter. I don't
know wnat has come over me, but I am a
chazfted person. I had hoped to wis ma over,
out I fczow now that I never, never will get her
consent, and I would nt.t marry without her
consent. I think this way; A mother Iuots
into the future, which we do not. and certainly
a marriage without a mother's consent would
be an unhappy one and then you don't know
cow your mother would feel toward me.
A COMBINATION STORM.
Jk. Destructive torm Mr-fp Through
Portion of Minnesota. "
KCSEFOP.D M:nn-, June 9 A combined
cvclone. waterspout and hail storm passe J
from one to five miles east of here Thurs
day night, destroying every thiigmits
path. It probably gathered over the town
of Wi-coy, Winona County, entered
Money creek. Houston County, section 2
and 3 passed almost due north, curving i
si ghtly to the west through Tuca'an and I
the eastern part of Xorway in Fillmore
County, and then on through Preale till
it spent its force. I
A belt two miles wide In the pathway of
this storm for thirty miles ia length is
abso ute y laid wast, the trees being as
bare of leaves as in winter, and the low
by the storm can not fall much below
SlCO.eoa Immense trees, two feet or more
in diameter, were torn up and twisted off.
For two m les in width the mercilt s hail
netted every thing into the ground. It
crossed the railrcad track where the sec
tion men were at work, aad they say that
tbe stones fell fully as large as a man's
Andrew Fixico. of Yucatan,was drowned
in the flood and another drowning is re-
I orted from Hou-ton.
2Sat twiadlina; Caaae.
St. Paul, Minn., June 29 A swindling
acheme by which at least $500,000 has
been made bv the operators, bas been
discovered br'H-gister of Deeds BelL Tae (
scheme consists ia the sale of real estate
by impostors impersonating the owaer. A
transfer was filed ia the recorder's ofaca
Saturday of valuable real estate owned by j
August LTnulm. of the Pahs: Brewing
Company. The consideration named waa
$lS,0w- A policy was issued oa the deed
by a real estate firm and tae grantee then
attempted to get J4.3C0 by giving a mort
gage on the property. An investigation
disclosed the fraad. Seven men were a
Vested las: night at participant ia taa
f taw) 3tv Diiifnt
WasKntcros; Jam 29. By a sweapiac
geaeral order Secretary Tracy propoaa
ma eat Ire reorraB-catio si the Basinssa
;wtaasor. tae Sawy Depextmeat. up Be
t tkk tw asw i m i n iai n t nil new datiaa
omstABtf y arisiac from the conditions of
change incident to the replacement of
old wooden Tessais with aw ships aad
saedera gaas have bean assigned here aad
there to the several bnreaas of the depart
ment, aftaa with bo better reason than
the convenience of the moment The re
Bait has been confusion and an exaggera
tion of taedfec s Of the bureau ay tea.
Datiaa which have ao coanectioa have
been placed together and thoae aaturally
associated hare been divorced. Supply
has been complicated and expensive.
Electric lighting, for example, has been
claimed by three beueans. The training
of officers and men, apart from the inde
pendent establishment of the 2aval
Academy, haa bean divided between an
equal number, and there has been nc
offies to control ana detail the personnel
as a whole, both officers and men, and to
receive and transmit the correspondence
of the fleet
Secretary Whitney realird the evils ot
the system and made aa effort to change
them, but was obliged,' from the magnitude
of the task and the paramount importance
of concentrating his energies upon the
procurement of new ships and guns, to
abandon the ta k. Secretary Tracy, how
ever, now says that the time is ripe for
further change, aad bas according y is
sued the new order. It enlarges the duties
of some of the bureau notably those of
the bureau of equipment, to which u at
tributed nearly all the daties of supply,
heretofore belonging to the bureau of
navigation, and the control of the nyaro
grapbic and compass offices aad the naval
observatory. To the constructing, manu
facturing and purchasing bureaus are
assigned other duties, grouping them
systematically and appropriately.
Each bureau exercises control
of its shops. labor, superintend
ence, requisitions, accounts and appropri
ations. The limits of authority are well
j defined. The bureau of navigation loses
i its duties of upcly and its control over
' several imnortant oSces and becomes-un-
ieT immediate direction of the Secre
tary, an executiva section for military
matters, and is charirei with the training.
discipline and control of the personnel of
the fleet. Finally, the chiefs of the bu
reaus of yards and docks, equipmant,
ordnance, construction and repair and
1 steam engineering ex-officso constitute a
board for the design, construction and
equipment of new ships. Practically the
' Sect of the order will be to make the
I bureau of navigation to correspond to
the Atijatant-Geueral's office in the War
Department iu the control of the person
nel of the organization.
Specalative Excitement Bat So Material
Change in Bosinea.
'rw York. June 29 B. G. Dun & Co.'s
wesfeiy review of trade says: It has bien
a week of considerable excitement in
speculative circles, and of heavy general
trade, without material change in condi
tions. As all depends in large measure at
this season upon crop prospects,
it is most encouraging to find the
reports in this particular nnu-ual!y
favorab'e, the only notswerthy ex
ception being that some damage to cotton
and grain from frequent rains ia reported
at Galveston. In tne .Northwest the gram
outlook is particularly fir.e, great im
provement being reported in quarters
where there had I een some apprehension.
With crops of unusual magnitude highly
probable, and with a general vclums of
business so maintained, and the mam in
crease of 30 per cent, ovir last year in
i clearing house returns, the prospect is not
Detroit notes quiet business, and Kansas
City and Omaha report fair activity; at
Milwaukee improvement is seen with
greater activity, and at Cleveland and
Pittsburgh the iron and other trades con
tinue to mend. The glass factories have
about all closed for the summer. Coal
mining on the Monongabela is dalL Col
lections are still slow at Milwaukee, but
at Detroit there is a visible improvement.
The money markets continae amply sup
Wheat advanced 2 cents, with sales of
24.0CO.000 bushels on Wednesday, and 35,
000,000 for the week, but all accounts of
harvesiing thus far are satisfactory.
Corn and oats have declined each a frac
tion, and coffee is still sold heavily, trans
actions for the week reaching 740,000 bags,
and has declined .' cent. Pork and Its
products are all a little stronzer. The
general average of prices has fallen.
The business failures number 215, as
compared with 220 last year and 250 the
week previous. For the corresponding
week of last year the figures were 20L
Bald Knobber Seea ia tbe
Ozawt Mc June 29. Last Sunday
evening in a desolate part of this county,
Thomas Teary was in the woods sitting
on a log when his dog sprang at some
thing, and the next moment Wiley Mat
thews, the condemned Bald Knobber who
escaped from the Ozark jail, appeared
and spoke to him, call ng him ny his
name. Matthews was so sunburnt that he
hard y knew him at first
Matthews told Teary that he wanted
him to help him get away and not to tell
any one that he bad seen him. He said
that he had been in tfae hills all the time
he had been out of jail, and was afraid to
get cut where people could see him for he
said: "I know they are on the lookout
Ye try was well acquainted with Mat
thews from boyhood up until he was sent
to jail for the murder of Greens aad
Eden. Matthews was anasd with good
pi-tols and would be very bard to take.
Teary came into Ozark after three days'
hard ride, as he thought there was a big
reward offered for Matthews.
Z. A. Johnson, the sheriff is now ia
Stone County, Mol. but will start oat after
Matthews as" soon as he gets back. There
is only 30 offered for tae arrest of Mat
Helesa. M. T., June 29. A prairie Ira
which started two days ago ia Cascade'
County has already spre-i d over 100 square
miles, much qf it valuable hay ground,
Tbe fire can aot be stopped aad mast bora
itself oat The less will be big. It is tae
biggest prairie fire known ia Montana ia
receat years. Xo lives have been lost,
-KiHeal ia the Tarda.
Eajrsas Crrr, Kan., June 2f. Aboat
aiae o'clock yesterday morning Fred Bed
dy, a thirteen-year-old colored toy, was
struck by a passenger coach ia tae North
western yards aad killed iBttantly. Tbe
boy was carqring a washboilar arar his
bead, aad did aot see the train.
A LEADER DEAD.
Lascastek. Jrav. Jaa 2T.
Kaaea Cameron a fad last -vsa'tag at
eight o'clock. Hie coaditioa dariag the
day was encouraging, and death rams
auddealy durmz a weak spelL Up to the
last attack be was coasrioas, aad aad ao
trouble ia swallowiag tbe food giraa fcim,
aad which he appeared to as-imilate.
Around the deathbed were ex-Attorney-G
aecal MacVeagh aad wife, Mrs. Halasr-
man. James Cameron. Bimoa B. Cameron
and wife and Mrs. David Watts, a grand-daa-rbter.
The funeral will be bald in
The statesman's general condition, whila
very weak, waa such that the doctors had
hopes that bis life might be prolonged
natil tbe return of Senator Don Cm;rou,
who cabled taat he would sail from Liver
Just previous to tbe sinking spell which
terminated fatally the General appeared
to recognize several friends.
General Simon Cameron was born in Lan
caster County. Pa.. March S. r. He was
early left an orphan but received a fair English
education. He began learning the printer's
trade at the age of nine years. After having
worked in many of the principal cities of Penn
sylvania as a journeyman, he finally became
publisher of a paper at the age of twenty-one
years at Doylestown. Two years later he edited
a paper at Harnsburg. When he had accumu
lated sufficient means he became interested in
railways and tanking. For a tsie he was
Adjutant-General of the State. In 18 S he
was elected to the United States Senate for
the term ending ia IS49, acting with the Demo
crats on all important Questions such as
the Missouri compromise. Alone in the
50s he became identified with the "people's
party," which subsequently became the Rer
publican party: and. as its candidate, was rt
elected to the Senate in WVT. His term of sir
years covered the exciting period of seces.
sior and he was so earnest in his advocacy c
peace that his loyalty was suspected. At the
convention which nominated Lincoln, in I860,
he had a strong following for the nomination.
both for the Presidency and the Vice-Presidency:
but owing t.i lack of harmony in the
Pennsylvania delegation, ne failed to secure
either. He was made Secretary of War by Mr.
Lincoln, however, and gave great satsfaeticn
by his vigorous administration of the affairs of
that department. He was always aggressive
and took advanced grounds in war
measures. particularly ia the employ
ment cf fusitive slaves tn the ser
vice He resigned his secretaryship
in January, tJ6i. and was at once appointed
Mtctiter to Russia, where his infiaence did
much to secure the friendship of that powerful
nation during the civil war. He resigned as
Minister in November, USi. and remained in
private life until ls6. when he was for the third
time elected to the United States Senate, and
was made chairman of the Committee on For-
m. .,.. ..tin i.inn. r' ta 'nmin itt.. nn nr. I
eira Affairs on the retirement of Mr. Sumner in
ISTi For the fourth time he was elected to the
Senate in 1STS. but resigned ia favor of bis son.
J. Don Cameron, who succeeded his father as
the "czar of Pennsylvania politics." Since that
timp he has lived a private life.
Tbe 5ew Quadrangle Not Responsible Fee
the Old Triangle.
Chica&o, June 2. The executive com
mittee of the Clan-ua-Gael Las issued
a pronunciamento stating the attitude of
the Clan-na-Gael towards the Cronin
murder. The document bears ear marks
of the Vatican. It says in substance the
members are Irish-Americans of all re
ligious beliefs, but mostly Catholics. The
object of the organization is to assist
their mother country in resisting the
tyranny and oppression of the
British Government, bat neither
its constitution nor obligations
takea contain any thing inconsistent
with dnties of American citizens or good
Catholics.' So member of the Clan-na-Gael
is required or allowed to take
any pledge which involves treason to
this country, the Republic, or "apostacy
from the faith." Tbe nature of the
work undertaken necessitates secrecy,
bat the order "distinctly disclaims any
right, or intention to pledge, bind
or authorize any one to commit any
act forbidden by the laws of the United
States, or to conceal knowledge of any
crime when summoned before a judicial
tribunal or questioned in a confessional."
The executive csmmittee bas urged mem
ber) to ue every effort to bring Cronin's
assassin to justice. Neither the Clan-na-Gael
as a todv nor any of its branches
I should be held responsible in the
slightest decree for the Cronin murder.
When all the facts are disclo-ed the com
mittee believes that the order will not
! onlv be cleared from snspicion. but wi 1
merit the admiration of all people. Mem
bers of the pres-nt executive csmmittee
should not be held responsible for acta of
their predecessors. They have been in
office only since June last, at which time
all objectionable features in the work of
the order were eliminated.
Lusx Drtxow, Philadelphia,
Jaxcs Tncaxrr. Brooklyn.
Edward O'Meagbss, London.
Mo&Turxa Scaslas, Chicago.
COLCXBC3. O.. June 27 Governor For
aker was renominated by the Republican
convention yesterday in this city on the
second ballot. F. J. Dickmaa. of Cleve
land, was renominated for Supreme Judge
by acclamation. . L. Lampson. of Asa
tabala Conaty, was nom.aated f or Lieutenant-Governor
on tae first halloa
flattest By Colore Jeew.
WAaaTXGTOx Jaus 21 x-Seaamr
Bruce and Fourth Auditor Lynch headed
a delegation of colored Republicans, who
waited on tae President yesterday
moiaiag and presented aa address
adopted at tbe Jackson (Miss.) confer
ence June IS ia regard to the politi
cal aitaation ia the South and expressing
theatmost confidence in the President's
policy toward the colored people la that
region. Tae President thanked them far
their confidence and said they coald rest
assured that he would do the best be coala
toward all classes. He commended the
cosrservative. staad takea by them aadsaU
they saoald have his assistance ia every
or to improve taetr paUtical atauw,
tftE WEIGHT OF GUILT.
ATemcaaa Tells Mwwm
Did yon ever study the face of a
who feels that he haa innocent blood
oat his hands? If you had attended
the last meeting of the league of ex
drinkers who are trying to live up to
the Murphy pledge such a man would
have attracted your attention.
"I never lie down at night," he said,
"without offering up a prayer for the
soul of a young man that I led astray.
Sometimes I can't sleep and I feel the
weight of many sins. But I believe I
am honest now. The Lord knows I
have been chastised enough; I have
been a fugitive, a thief, a convict, a
penitent sinner. When I came out of
prison in a neighboring State a few
weeks ago I resolved to begin my ca
reer anew. I am working now at any
thing I can find to do. and if my reso
lution is worth any thing I shall be an
industrious, sober, honest man'
"But the boy you led astray tell
something of that.'
"You will know him when I men
tion his name. He has gone down into
a murderer's grave. He and I were
inmates of the Plainfield Reform School
together would that we had tried
He was younger than I and ready
to do any thing I proposed. That was
nine or ten years ago. One evening
1 when the boys were playing ball I laid
a plot to escape. I told him my plans,
and the young boy readily joined in
them. We were to knock a ball into
the field and run after it. Instead of re
turning we were to go straight ahead,
over the fences and out into the world.
We did so. The officers recaptured
all but myself and the boy whom I had
taken under my particular charge.
The boy would have been captured if I
had not interfered. Only one officer
reached us, and two of us were able to
The boy whom 1 had led away from
the school had been a clean, sprightly
fellow, not bad, but full of life. The
had start I gave him led to worse
things. He took to drinking, then to
stealing, and finally he murdered a
And what became of him?'
"Not long ago he was hanged at
Jeffersonville. It was Macy Warner.
rTig name is a synonym throughout the
State for all that is criminal and mur
derous. To me he was comparatively
innocent, fori feel that I am the guilty
one." Indianapolis News-
AN IMMENSE BRIDGE.
The St- Lawrence to Be Spanned at Quebec
By a Cantilever Structure.
The St. Lawrence is to be crossed at
Quebec by a gigantic railway bridge,
which will very materially affect the
traffic of the two great railways of
Canada the Grand Trunk and the
Canada Pacific as well as an impor-
tant part of the railway syste m of the
j few England States. The great depth
of the St. Lawrence river opposite
Quebec has hitherto been a powerful
argument against the construction of
a bridge, but engineering skill has
overcome this obstacle with a scheme
to build a cantilever bridge, which
will cost close upon $10,000,000. The
width of the river from shore to shore
at Quebec is 24.000 feet (about four
and three-fourths miles). Two main
piers are to be constructed of solid
granite in forty feet of water, about
500 feet from each shore. These two
piers are to support a cantilever bridge
of a span of 1.442 feet. The total
length of the bridge, witn tne ap
proaches, will be 34.000 feet, (nearly
6J miles). The top of the bridge from
high-water level will be 408 feet, and
the largest ocean steamers will be able
to pass under it- The principal object
in building the bridge is to connect
the Intercolonial railway from Halifax
and St. John to Quebec, which is run
by the Canadian Government at a great
annual loss to the country, with the
Canadian Pacific railway. This is the
only link uncompleted necessary to
give the Canadian Pacific railway an
uninterrupted line from the Atlantic
to the Pacific ocean through Canadian
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KAX5A5 CITT, July L
CATTLE Shippim? steers ...J 3 S) S 3 a
HOGS Good to choice heavy.
"WHEAT Xo.s red
No. soft .-
OATS No. 3
FLOCK Patents, per sack...
BUTTER Choice creamery..
CHEESE Full cream.-
iA nt oo - oo
ATTLE Shipping steers
SHEEP Fan- to choice
"WHEAT No. 8 red
OATS No. 2. ........... ....
RYE No, 2
3 00 & 3 90
2 00 & 2 SO
4 00 4 27'4
2 W & 2 25
5 00 Q 700
9 't 94
4 00 4 41
3 73 43B
340 4 59
350 4 73
CATTLE Shtpmnc steers 13 t 41
HOGS Packing aad shipping. 490 e 4 40
SHEEP Fair to choice 4 ftJ 3
FLOUR Winter wheat 4 50 5 40
WHEAT No. 5 red - SUia at
CORN No. 2 95 tX
OATS No. 2 2ST -J
RYE Net 4 e mi
BUTTER Creamery at N
FOSE - 11 M m
CATTLE ComaMa to prime.-. 4N
HOGS-Geodtscaoaee 4 5 f 4 SB
FLOUR Good to choice 4 49 SSO
WHEAT Na,sred- flt tali
CORN No. 2 41 1, 4RVi
OATS Western mixed..,. 27 S
BUTTER Creamery - 3 XT
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IiwMr airaa Mint i
"ftaa-U a. was taat aaoe art a
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See guarantee on every bottle-wrapper.
Dr. Pierce's Pellet gently laxa&ve or
actively cathartic according: to dose. 25 cents.
A BaLTOoax paper speaks of the arvs
terioas disarpearaace ot a citizen as fol
lows: "As ha wss last seen ia a teed store
with eight dollars in cash in his bamd it
is feared he has been foalty dealt wita.
Xre the) Faaeweal is Sswfcca
On the deck of the steam eror on board the
train " is to bear you away from those
dear to you, you will, if you are wwe, have
safely stowed away in your luggage a sum
dent supply of that safeguard rgaicst illness-Hostetters
8tomach Bitters. Com
mercial travelers, tourists and pioneer
esusrants concur in testifying to tbe forti
fyin? and saving properties of tbe great
tenia Use far constipation, biliousness,
maii-iai amj kidney complaints aad nerv
"Thx manner ia which the English are
buving up our i rewerie is gettine- to be a
serious matter." That's so. With the
lager beer schooner departs tbe last
vestige of rnr American shipping. "Bos
Gseat mistakes are often made in trying
to economise. It is a safe rule to follow that
the bet is always the cheapest. A cheap phy
sician mav cost vou vour life. If you have
Malaria in your system, you will not only he
miseraoie, out unm 10 wore .ujsb umc m
mocev lost. One dollar spent lor Boauen-
bereer's Anfcdote will cure you ia twenty
four hours. Sold by Drugzista.
IF we do have to go to war with En
gland about the fur seals, American wives
and bachelors will have to do all the
fighting. YuU can't entlius-j American
married men on the subject of sealskins.
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Ax Iowa calf jumped through a barbed
wire fence the other day and came ont
minus two-thirds of its tongue but with
no other injuries.
Aix cases of weak or lame back, backache,
rheumatism, will find reliet by wearinqene
of Carter's Smart Weed and Belladonna
Backache Plasters. Price 25 cents. Try them.
Escpehor Faaxcis Joseph has ordered
that the house in wb.ch bis son killed
himself b pulled down and every effort
made to obliterate the scene of the trag
edy and cause it to be forgotten.
Foe 24 years Dobbins' Electric Soan bas
been inuUitcd by soap makers. Why? Be
cause it is best of all and haa an immerse
sale. Be ure and get Dofch'tia' and take no
other. Your grocer bas it. or will get it.
A COTTAG2 window en th ground of a
mining company near King -ton, CoL,
dUplay this inscription: "Wanted A
wife. Apply witain; nobody tarred."
Axr one can take Carter's Little Liver
Pills, they are so very smalL ISo trouble to
swallow. Sb pai nor" griping after taking.
Thebe is a man in Hart Ccunty, Oa
who spells his entire name with two let
ters. Bob Bobo.
Half-cckeo eruptions will return. Eradi
cate them with Glenn's Sulphur Soaa.
Hill's Hair and "Whisker Dye, o0 cents.
Ukdes tbe laws of China the adult who
Toses his teroner in a dtscuisioa is sent to
jail to cool off.
A 10c. sjcoee for 5c "Tansill's Punch."
Bishop Bowxax. of the Methodist
Cburcb, has dedicated one or mere
churches in every State and Territory of
It Is true economy to bar Hood's BanaaarUla,
for " ICB Doses One Dollar" ia original wita and
true only of tbie nopaler medicine. If yea wish to
prove this, buy a bo Ula of Hood's SaraaparUla aad
measure tu coataau. Ton wui Bad UtoaoldttB
teaapoocfals. Sow read the directions, aad you
will find taat the average dese f or pe Moa of diffar
entaseaislesatnanateaapor.nfaL TTita t eerta a
ly eonclaa ive endenee of the paeallar ttryastlt aad
economy of Hood's Saraaparllla.
-1 took Hood's Sarsaaarula for loss of appetite,
dyspepsia, aad genenl languor. Itdidmeavaat
amoantorgxxjd." J. W.WnxaroaD.Qttiacy.Ilt.
Sold by all dmaaiata. C: rx for IS. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD CO.. LewU, Man.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
n.V..ata Hin;,nprTLNS .
tke awttaai at att aa
wMcciWat ukkCtt aXSlcn
r aaybady: there toil, do aat be aadaaed ta
rr oorr taaae not aave w. aaucaxaji
mthebaooaa, aad ran are Bare ta act fall
, r iiiiiian a nxxra. ,
, i nacfojse tsmoxs.
Ifvaar dealer w aat eat yoa 1
to aat tartorr. wan the i
r r "
Bmamamrsaar''- 4"aTaamPaV W" 9
LmmammKas', 'LmamH K 5
aaaaaaT" aaaawl 1
wammammr aaaOmammammammV V
actom Oaa atuauJa tae wjeatera aaasaat ssaa ataaj and awammmWaWaaw
gnaaaU.pnfaaiari; laiaaty.aaaadMi aain jii
always eetW. I- TJOCwXAS SHOES. Be aave aad
mrldtb tor wpap ; W aflc mtrm- ! aw a aaacp alaak
tvaarfnUlaatracatowi asar ta act a aerfcet at.
W. L DOUGLAS, Brockto-,
msBsvesaaaearss I atEABACD;
At Sraaaiata aatt Dealer t.
tCMttfS UVMELa du Raths sm, I
A FOR TMS V VaVaV
OaanaUad faoc aad r rsJ-
mon, jwrcatc do m
ud SpnrHSad Poiourttt
ClaatMit 1 hi.Uw.
am. aad mM eomplwi
BATTCKT-U aa. yaia
CvalkT-m t. ula.
Saw Sm. 7 anta.
aaaiMX-ra ta. aen
Aao laraar oaw treat 5S
S fC ad from aata
SSV Battel Flgi amo
i, . .. aw j an .
A Planters Experience.
1 1 jj piaMfCiosi ! ! saalarlal agas
tric, where f ctcs amsTaame awevaileal.
aaatevlMmaaem: ftwemeatly balF
Wtre aarat. a aaa aaj
The veastU waa saarveltoem. Mr am
fnammtfiH fcearty. natal I atavw
BasMrauaisirtreiMe. Witla taeaa
tills, I aaaU ave fear sat live la stay
amasaav. E. RIVAL, Bayasa Sara, Law
Soljl Ev3i"j" where
Office, 44 Murray St New
TIlll I CP Warn Makcn. Millwfif.. -Ira
llllll SV cupntrn.Cooprn.Ckrran.TiirMn
1 1 1 1 1 II Engraven. Upaulntmx. tmmci.
VVbV MooUcn, BU.-1itlM. Slater. Suaa
tag loMtmmmtM, accrete. Send Skv Waods arA icaB.
LatFM-PawerKcbaT7.aail&USUBiiarlai! tha ant
iapraved LAaflVflaraa' Tnotavr bviotm 2inM92t4. Oar
CatiorB m tita ! mmpina wt off end ta Mwaauca. Baa
describe :! Iw3-t ran of Toula. Aa examiaatiom e aa
ontawUe-TUMyjo8 iatetiinttufu It cuctania
XtA Sbm laUotl Avm., Uucaca.a.
ayiaaa Taa gafaa i uli jeaaa.
BK.sT ECPTCKE TUEkT-
MEST aad CCREla tbe WORLD. Pbo:o-nraTl3ra
or rastare 3 f"t around nacceatnlly rrraied.
FALN. no OPEItATlON. no PADS BEHIND to fcjxrt
tbe baca and Sidney, no STRAPS to cbaf e the tblrac
no time lo. no btntlrance o buiim-a- or plaare
bowel comfortably upp-rtii AT ONCE, mil patieaa
braci-d cp for waiaina.ndineorworainswtili body la
ANT position. Meillcal j;rofii!fln hJsnly endorae K.
win aa te-n. UloatniC Tratlmoniala trurn HO
DREDS of Patlentaall oer the etiunirj. Atfdr-aor
call on Dr. D. L. SNKDlaiKK. Empuna. Kaa.
ACENTS WANTED FOR THE BOOK.
JoIinstQifl Horror, or Vallej of ItetL
Th only FTTH. HISTORY of th xreat Sflod. Otit)
Fres. KNGUSH aaJ fiKBMA-V. Fallr nta---aied.
Sala imatena. WRITE FOR TERMS
QUICK or kivI -tO ei"it for auuttaad SAVX 71X
NATIONAL POBLtSHINa CO ST. LOCIS- lo.
SStTfcatT aM ana am m mamm. m
( BCBlartaasasaplacaaaFaSZ. W
mr7mm whacwaaty. 8andaid Sttv
aaiAHT. Ca. Lcca Baa 333a maaa
TTrjr-ttrev-ycmi3tF, 5Ir"I ti tt act a ir ta ti rutn -fn
mr Seesrt Hrt v. V.Tpmmcm nintitmrj. rad 2c axmaw
iend for wbolaaJ pra
IKC SLaXOCK MJ"& CtX.
3B LooiataLjt-LuTn Ha.
ACEaTTS WAMTRO FO THE
W Clot. StJSS. Papr Sc. 9nd aw. f-r oacm.
Ran . an aUisatat.. m Iaaia.
TK ffaa (r9aUI A at mXTalcan bunuievo
19 SW ea9W taaroras. Aaeatspreterredwaa)
eaa rarntea a hore and atve tbeir wbol Uma CB
tae baainaas. Spare Biowjent may be proSta&ry aa
aloyed alao. a few vacancies ta towns and etliam.
xa PUiuaiadt oaf nuufw eafrunm Jwa
aomu araotav avoap jvr iipis m. m. r
TH aad best caatpatd aatabita&BMSt west of taw
HlaWni. rnoto-easravtac department raa by
eietne was. Ooad work, proatpdy. nz
arieca Write far saaaaiea and estimate.
A. U. rsitnss Nawararaa Cn Kaaau cny.
TOCREJUB-EB.:tv larsrtf Xr
'ammiwiiiiaii'll xrw U zh
Riamrr flar . hiarftawr raa oa iwiaaaaa RUtla mm
" - i aiaiiaaxB a, i aaj fjcaaa, ww ajni.'wiMt.'y aa
ItTUT ft STMHOI 5SiS,!
Laua.Xa. Has SJOO StadeaU Tarlr. Grxinai ap
aaaaaafai ta aataag paaibaoa. Send far Circuiaar.
TT " WTT11WB Stli aaa.-a.-a. 1ST a J tTT r- j-l W- -h -
TOSS A DAY. Ssaaates worth !
FREE. Liao not amlrr hon-' tets. Wnta
saawaTsasanrrf am awtaaco..iiaUT.Bkfa.
aax TUia ra7Sa otot aaw m araa.
aa am atl"Wa"aWaaJrajn- !7wait. Cno
wWiSalw I Baa?Krnic.B3trreei.tirm.piaa;
arsaaa taai rtfB mm to m
A. N. K. O
aBRml mam man aaV saW Aw J
sc aa- .c
W. L DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CEmTLEMEM.
wVaaumm atayP-AFWaU snog.
FOUCB aXD ""
TAUTE CAXF SHOX.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3.S2 SHOES uCSS..
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amA aa Wjaw BBBafa
vasse Sar year aaaery., (aar'wr aaamWaiaaav
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