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Movements of tho Brutal English
THE PRISONER STRONGLY GUARDED.
Fear That Ho May Ho Attacked By the
IZxcitrtl I'rnplo fainted Twice After
Ilia Capture, I5ut Maintains
rnnTn, Australia, March 19. Dccn
in'. who is accused of having mur
dered h:s wife and four children in En
gland, was brought to tho city yestcr
lar hy cfiiccrs. goinj to Melbourne,
where court proceedings will be taken
against hiin. The prisoner was strongly
guarded and every precaution taken
1)3' the authorities to prevent him from
attempting to make his escape and to
guard against his being attacked by
tho excited people, foars being enter
tained of a dangerous outbreak of pop
ular feeling against the murderer.
The railroad station was jammed with
a great crowd of persons when the
train bearing the prisoner and his
guards reached the city.
As soon as the cars came to a stand
still the crowd, which had been pa
tiently waiting at the station for a long
time, made an exciting rush toward
the car which the Doening party occu
pied for the purpose of catching a
glimpbe of the now famous crim
inal. The constables who had
charge of the prisoner at once
hurried Deening from tho train to
n vehiclo which had bconhcld in readi-nes-s
to convey him to the jaiL A yell
ing, hooting mob of men and boys
started after tho carriage, but tho
driver whipped up his horses and soon
outran his pursuers and in a short time
had safely landed Doeniag in tho insti
tution where ho will remain for a fow
days until the formal magisterial in
quiry is held and he is remanded.
The detectives who hunted tho pris
oner down were interviewed after their
arrival here. They said that when
Deening was arrested and was ques
tioned about the terrible charges made
against him, he allirmed his complete
innocence of the crimes. He gave his
name as Swanston, and declared that
he had no knowledge of the man known
ns Williams, He said that ho was a
resident of Windsor.
The detectives also gavo tho infor
mation that the prisouor had fainted
twi.'c during the journey but that
otherwise he appeared to be in a cheer
ful frame of min-i. He was voluble
and was very willing to talk about tho
murdcra attributed to him. Ho seemed
to be confident that when tho proper
time came he would ba abla to prove
his innocence. Tho polico claim to pos
sess prove of his identification. They
seized some of his goods and among
other things which fell into their hands
-were a batch of letters and a basket
containing female clothing.
CAPRIVI MAY RETIRE.
H?ount Von ZotlHtz.-Trutuchlur Resigned
'?lie I'rimury Kiliicatlon ItiU tlio Cause.
Ueklix, March l'J. It now appears
certain that Count Von Zedlitz-Trut-schler
resigned his office at the termi
nation of the cabinet council Thursday,
and that he was prompted to tako this
step by the statement made by Emper
or William that he did not wish
the primary education bill passed by
n one-sided majority. The withdrawal
of the bill after forcing it through the
committee in a practically amended
form would be a confession of great
weakness on the part of the govern
ment, Chancellor Von Caprivi's atti
tude in regard to the much discussed
measure having been quite as that of
Baron Von Zedlitz-Trutschler.
The emperor sent Dr. Lttcanas to in
duce Count Von Zedlitz to reconsider
hut it is believed that ho declined to
withdraw his resignation.
Chancellor Von Caprivi's intention to
resign i- becoming more decided. He
lias represented to the emperor that he
must identify himself with Count Voa
Zedlitz, whose "views ho personally
shared. In the event of the chancellor
resigning, it will he difficult.t antici
pate his successor or a possible combi
nation for a new ministry. Dr. Miguel,
Prussian minister of finance, is calmly
It is stated that Chancellor Von
Caprivi desires to postpone a definite
decision on the produce bill, but thnt
the emperor insisted that he would
"brook no delay and the country's ob
jections to the bill must be respected.
The emperor would not have left Ber
lin if Chancellor Von Caprivi had re
Xo decision anent Count Von Zedlitz
will be taken till the emperor returns.
UK sudden departure, coupled with the
secrecy of the proceedings of the coun
cil, has tilled the air with political ru
mors. Chancellor Von Caprivi vainly
tried to dissuade Count Von Zedlitz
from resigning, as this result will prob
ably greatly embarrass the govern
ment. The conservatives and Catholics
The Great Stallion Kacn Declared Oft.
Ghand ILu'ins, Mich., March 19!
The great stallion race booked for the
August meeting is declared off, word
having been received from C. W. Wil
liams, owner of Allerton, declining to
titer the race. He sa3rs he is afraid
that should he bring xVllerton here and
enter him in the race with Axtell
against him the other horses would
crowd him in favor of Axtell. He will,
therefore, not take Allerton away from
home until he has met Axtell alone.
The horsemen have, therefore, given
np the big $-20,000 race and substituted
a 10,000 race for stallions.
Mr. Illainn 3Iuch Itetter.
Washington, March 19. Secretary
TJlaine was able to leave his room for
the first time and transacted some
private business requiring his atten
tion. The state department has been in
formed of the resignation of Jules W.
I-Iggman, vice consul of Switzerland at
Chicago Enjoylnt a Uenulne Scnaatlon
Several of licr Aldermen Accused of
Ilaring Itccclved Hoodie. Ironi Corpora
tions. Chicago, March 18. As a sequel to
the recent passage by tho city council
of an ordinance granting permission to
the Chicago Power Supply & Smoke
Abating Co., better known as the Com
pressed Air Co , to use the streets and
alleys of the city in about any manner
it might see fit, the indictment of a
number of aldermen by the grand jury
for alleged boodling is promised.
The men who have been active in
working up these cases have spared no
expense and have made sure of each
step. They have witnesses who have
seen large sums of money paid by the
representatives of corporations to in
dividual aldermen and who have heard
the alderman promise on receiving the
money to cast his vote on a certain
measure in a certain way. The money
was paid in various ways. Some re
ceived it at their homes from messen
gers. Some were paid in the precincts
of the city hall and it is said that two
sold their votes in the lobby of the
When the Northern Pacific ordinance
was passed and when the active sup
port of the Economic Gas proposition
wm made by prominent members of
the council, suspicion was created, and
when in one instance at least this sus
picion grow to positive certainty of
corruption, tho investigation was set
on foot which, it is now said, will end
only when several present members of
Chicago's city council are wearing the
stripes of Joliet penitentiary.
Among the witnesses who are sub
poenaed arc two members of the coun
cil who were dragged into the boodling
operations and who have expressed a
willingness to tell all they know.
States Attorney Longeneckcr says he
expects to show that all three of the
ordinances the compressed air, the
Northern Pacific and'the economic gas
were passed by the virtue of the pur
chase of votes for hard cash. "I don't
mind saying," said he, "that there will
be the biggest upheaval ever seen in
this city. When all the facts are final
ly made public the result will be the
most sensational of any in the city's
history." He added that he would bo
aided bv three of the city's most prom
ANOTHER TEST POSSIBLE.
Proclaiming Venezuela, Haytl and Colom
bia OutHide of Reciprocity May Load to
Another Local Tent.
Washington; March IS. It is possi
ble that the president's proclamation
reimposing duties on certain exports
from Venezuela, Hayti and Colombia
will lead again to a test of the validity
of the reciprocity clause of the McKin
lcy bill. The proclamation opens the
way for the direct question to be
brought before the house and it will
be tho policy of those who are inter
ested in discrediting tho McKinley act
to avail themselves of the opportunity.
Speaking of the proclamation yester
day Representative Turner, of Geor
gia, tho lawyer member of the ways
and means committee, said: "The res
toration of duties on coffeo and other
commodities from Venezuela, Hayti
and Colombia will greatly disturb our
trado with those countries and will op
erate as a great hardship on Americans
engage 1 in that trade. The constitu
tionality of the law under which the
proclamation is issued maybe tested in
tho courts. The question would bo
very different from that recently de
cided by the supremo court The claim
set up in this case was that tho
whole bill was rendered invalid by the
presence of this clause in the bill, but
the validity of the clause itself was not
tested. Now any importer importing
coffee from Venezuela and being re
quired to pay duty on tho import may
contest tho validity of this levy of duty
imposed merely bv an executive procla
mation and applicable to similar im
ports from this country. Ho may
tako tho matter into tho courts and
carry it up the supreme court and get
a decision upon the direct question of
the right of congress 1 3 delegate a law
making power to tho president"
BAPTIST PREACHER DEPOSED.
Had Keen a Minister Twenty-sis Yearn
Charged With Ueresy.
Benton, I1L, March 18. Dr. Joseph
A. Durham, missionary baptist was
tried before a board of ministers here
on the charge of heresy. He was found
guilty and his license as a minister was
withdrawn. At his own request lie
was then dismissed from the church.
Dr. Durham has been a minister of tho
gospel for over a quarter of a century
and he is widely known as a revival
ist Recently he became converted to
the doctrine of sanctitieation or sinless
perfection, which is in conflict with
Daplist teachings and refusing to give
up his belief, he was dealt with as
WITH A BAR OF IRON.
A Farmer'H liratn Ticrced to the Depth o
Di.oomington, 111., March 18. Sa
uel Sells, a farmer, aged 37, while wal
ing from his barn to his home trippe
ana fell forward with great violent
A bar of rusty iron a quarter of an inc
thick and an inch and a quarter wid
entered at the corner of one of his ey
and pierced tho brain to tho depth
six inches. It required all of ono man
strength to withdraw it Sells, wh
was at first unconscious, has recovere
his senses, but ono side is paralyze
He cannot recover.
BACK FROM ABROAD.
Secretary Foster Returns Home, Hat
Meets With an Accident on the Steamer.
New York, March 18. Secretary
Foster arrived this morning from
Southampton on the steamer Spree.
On the 12th, while he was sitting in
a chair on the upper deck, the ship
gavo a sudden lurch and precipitated
him against the port rail. He struck
heavily on his head, which gave him a
severe shock and blackened his eye.
Otherwise he is in good condition, hav
ing been verj- much improved in health
by the trip.
WILL TAKE A HAND.
Russia Declares That She Gave Uncle Sam
a Deed to Alaska and the Behrlnp Sea
and i bat She Stands Ready to Delend tho
Washington, March 17. There is
likely to bo a new and very interest
ing feature added to the Louring sea
question. A report comes through a
very reliable diplomatic source that
Russia has been observing the progress
of matters between the United States
and Great Britain with interest If
the arbitration treaty is likely to be
ratified, Russia will protest against
any such action for three reasons. The
first is; that Russia conveyed Alaska,
and the rights and tho privileges
claimed now, to the United States for
a money consideration. Russia can
not stand still unheard when by arbi
tration tho right of the Russian gov
ernment to take the action it did is by
implication to be callad in question by
a European power.
Second Russia stands ready to guar
antee all s'ue conveyed to the United
States and make good her title iu any
manner necessary. Russia feels that
for tho United States to permit the
title to what she had conveyed to be
arbitrated is to call that title in ques
tion, to intimate that there was a lack
of authority to make such a convey
ance. This, if persisted in, must in
evitably aff ec't the standing of the Rus
sian empire among the treaty-making
powers. To this Russia will not sub
mit Aloxander, emperor and king,
will not permit any proceeding of Rus
sia to be thus treated.
Third If any power of Europe claims
or implies that the czar conveyed to the
United States with Alaska rights and
privileges that were not his to con
vey, Russia demands, under the comity
of nations, that she be permitted to
deal with any such claimant in order
that tho imperial ukase of tho late
ruler, Alexander II., be not placed in
contempt thus lowering the standing
of the empire among nations, and per
mitting powers not interested, nor
paVty to the conveyance, to pass upon
Russia's solemn treaty, made and rati
fied by that nation and the United
This the czar asks as his right under
the equities between the two nations.
This is tho substance of the Russian
protest Tho state department is un
usually non-committal on the subject
Mr. Wharton refuses to answer any
questions concerning the Russian note,
for that is tho shape it comes in, but a
member of the cabinet, deeply inter
ested in tho present proceedings, said
that tho above statement fairly covers
It was reported last summer that
Russia would protest against having
her actions questioned by Great Britain,
and at the time it was stated in an in
spired article in the Washington Post
that if it comes to trouble between the
United States and Great Britain, Russia
and France would be on the American
side. The injection of a continental
quantity into the question pending be
tween England and the United States
may causo some unexpected turns on
this side. Tho result will be awaited
with tho deepest interest The presi
dent will probably inform the foreign
relations committee of the senate of
the Russian attitude before the treaty
is acted upon.
PRODDING JOHNNY BULL.
The President Anxious to Know the Inten
tion of the Ilrltish Government.
Washington, March 17. Acting Sec
retary Wharton has been instructed to
inform Sir Julian Pauncefote, the
British minister, that the president de
sires to know at as early a date as
possiblo the intention of the
British government with regard
to the proposed renewal of tho
modus vivendi of last year for
the preservation of the seal fisheries,
pending the settlement by arbitration
of tho question of the jurisdictional
rights of the United States in Behring
sea. The British minister was re
quested to call Lord Salisbury's atten
tion to Mr. Wharton's note of the 8th
instant insisting on tho necessity
of the modus vivendi, with the
suggestion that the President
would like to have a response as soon
as possible in order that he might act
tmderstaadingly in the matter. The
president's desiro for speedy action is
said t3 be duo to the fact that it is es
sential that he should know whether
Great Britain will co-operate in kecpiug
the sealers out of Behring sea,
as otherwise, the execution of
that duty falling solely on
the United States, will necessitate
the making of arrangements that can
scarcely be effective unless completed
at an early day. The character of tho
instructions to our naval and revenue
vessels designed for duty in Behring
sea this season will depend almost al
together on the attitude to be assumed
by Great Britain, and as the vessels
will have to be in the vicinity of the
sea by Mav 1, it will be seen that there
is very little time to spare in preparing.
kaiser's earetting'worse, and is at
tended by frequent paroxysms and ex
cruciating pain. It is said that tho
malady is incurable, and that the most
serions results may be expected. The
World says that the kaiser's recent ex
travagances and aberrations are at
tributed to tho effect of the disease on
his brain. The kaiser is said to hav.e
ordered the discontinuance of the im
perial subscription to tho paper Lon
don Punch because it has containod
several allusions of a distasteful char
actcr to bis recent course.
Chappie. I want a ring an engage
Jeweler. ITere's something we're
handling a great deal. The diamond
setting can be easily removed, and is
ready mounted i-tr use as a shirt stud.
A Dead Loss.
"Is Mr. Ncwcombe at home, Ma'am?"
"Not just now, sir; but I'm his land
lady, and yon can leave any message
with me, sir!"
"I came here. Ma'am, to kill him!"
"Oh, sir! please, sir; please don't,
please! He is behind two months'
A Remarkable Pig. A newly-married
lady, not well posted about house
hold matters, said to her grocer not
long since: "I bought three or four
hams here a couple of months ago, and
they were very fine. Have you any
more like them?"' "Yes, ma'am," said
the grocer; "there are ten of those
hams hanging up there." "Are you
sure they are all of the same pig?"
"Yes, ma'am." "Then I'll take three
"We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Citarrh thit can not bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CnEScr Ai Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Wo tho undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last l. years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out anv obligations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O., Waldinp, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrn Cure Is taken internally,
actiug directly upon tho blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. Price 75c. per hot
tie Soldbyalldruguists. Testimonials free,
The world never saw a larger crop than
the olie which grew from the seed sown by
the Filgrini Fathers, when they planted
their foot on American soil. Dansvillo
Open for Iluslness.
Tho popular Louisvillo & St. Lonls Air
Line, after having tho misfortune to sus
pend through trallic for 00 days on account
of tho burning out and caving in of a tun
nel, is again open for business. Tho Air
Line is Kt miles tho shortest between StLouis
and Louisville, and tho only lino running
solid vestibuled trains with parlor and din
ing cars dailv between the two cities. Our
pouular agents are at their usual places,
ready to serve iuu ijuuuu.
V. A. WltXABD.
R. A. Campbell.
Erist. Passenger Ag'r,
10u N. Broadwny,
St Louis, Mo.
One of the most persistent forces in na
ture is the needle, which always carries its
point and always has au eye out for busi
ness. Lowell Courier.
A Dcath.Kearins Chance.
A slight, change of temperature, especial
ly to u delicate person, may bear death
with it Against the effect of variations of
temperature, of damp or exposure in rigor
ous, stormy weather, Hostetter's Stomach
BittM-s is arcliahlo means of protection.
It checks the progress of la grippe with
marvelous success. For malaria, rheuma
lism, dy.-pepsia and biliousness it is highly
Tnn wasp is slender and graceful in his
movements, but his attentions are often
too much to the point to be agreeable.
Mu. M. A. Mcriit, Wilmington, Del.,
writes: "I had one of my severe headaches
and was persuaded To try your valuable
(Bradycrotiiic) medicine. I never had any
thing to do me so much good."
It is well to be kind to dumb animals, but
a man is rarelv justified in borrowing
money to buy a dog. Oil City Blizzard.
A suonTCor.n, if neglected, often attacks
the lungs BnowNsBiioxciiiAL- Tnociins
give sure and immediate) relief. Sold oi.ly
in boxc. Price 25 cents.
Tnn moon is above all human follies and
always looks down on lovers. Elmira Ga
zette. Beecitam's Pills are not a new remedy.
Tliev havo been used in Europe for 50
years, all well tested and excellent
It is well for tho small man to practise
untd he knows how to apologize gracefully.
Tub American Brewing Co. of St. Louis
make the "A. B. C. Bohemian Bottled Beer"
Golden, sparkling, pure.
It never makes children better to tell
them alozcn times a day that they are too
mean for any use. Ram's Horn.
Actor, Vocalists, Public Speakers praise
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
A credit to the family The scicn who Is
trusted by everybody. N. Y. Journal.
A joint debate Haggling over the price
of a sirloin roast. The Worcester Gazette.
Half a IoijT is better than a ralhoad sand
sich. Kate Field's Washington.
KANSAS CITY, March ia
CATTLE Shipping steers. ...5 3 50 ? 50
Butchers' steers.... 3 70 Ci 4 (X)
Native cows 2 00 3 30
nOGS-Good to choice heavy. .. 3 50 4 CO
W1ICAT XaSrcd 83 83!$
No. -hard. 76;$(fo 77
COUN-No. 2 31 35
oats-no. 2 28 & 29
KYlv-No.2 77 78
FLOUU-Patcnts, per sack..... 2 10 2 30
Fancy 1 00 1 05
TLVY Baled 5 50 0 25
BUTTEIl-Choicc creamery.... 21 23
CHEESE Full cream 9 10
EGGS-Ohoice. 10 10Ji
BACON-Hams 9 11
Shoulders 7 0 7JJ
Sides 9 10
LARD 7! Wi
POTATOES 50 CO
CATTLE Shipping steers 4 00 4 5ft
Butchers' steers 3 00 4 05
HOGS Packing 3 00 4 85
SHEEP Fair to choice 4 00 5 03
FLOUR Choice 3 50 4 55
WHEAT-No. 2red 88 8814
CORN No. 2 35H 353
OATS No. 2 29J50 30'
RYE No. 2 8 8'H
BUTTER-Crcamery. 25 27
PORK 10 75 I0 87JJ
CATTLE ShippinRStecrs 4.50 5 50
HOGS Packingandshlpplnj... 3 75 5 70
SHEEP Fair to choice. 4 40 8 00
FLOUR Winter wheat 4 00 :4 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 88 83J4
CORN No.2 33 3S.li
OATS No. 2 28Ji SStf
RYE No. 2 81 8,H
BUTTE R-Crcamcry 26 23
PORK 10 375i10 40
CATTLE Common to prime... 4 50 5 00
HOGS Good to choice 4 90 5 50
FLOUR Good to choice 4 50 5 15
"WHEAT No. 2rcd I 00J4 &
CORN No.2 47 48
OATS Western mixed 33 SB
BUTTER-Creamery 20 29
ORK 75 10 60
The True Laxative Principle
Of tho plants used in manufacturing the
pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has a per
manently beneficial effect on the human
eystem, while the cheap vecvtablo extracts
and mineral solutions, usually sold as medi
cines, are permanently injurious. Being
well-informed, you will use the true remedy
only. Manufactured by tho California Fig
"Did I tell you what my bov said to
Hicks?" asked ilarberry. Yes; lour times
last night and tlireo this morning," said
Boils! Pimples! Blotches,
AND ERUPTIONS ON THE BODY, are indications of Poison in the Blood, and show
that nature is making efforts to throw it out. S. S. S. will assist in this good work. It
changes the character of the blood, so that the poison bearing germs speedily leave through
the pores of the skin, and the poison is also forced out.
C. W. Hodkiss, Postmaster at East Lamoine, Me., writes that Mrs. Kelly's son, who
had been confined to bed fourteen months with an Abscess, has been cured sound and well
by Swift's Specific. The boy is fourteen years old, lives next door to me, and I know the
statement to be true.
S. S. S. ias a wonderful effect on Children, and should be given to every weak and
debilitated child. Send for our Book on the Blood and Skin.
SWJFT SPECIFIC CYJMF 'iNY Atla.tta, Ga.
cer tells me "this is just as good as" or "same as" Pearline
he does not know the truth, or else is not telling it.
Manufactured only by 80S JAMES PYLE, New York.
ATTENTION, WORKINGMEN !
f-r 'V'NS I lHf A IVIT to BETTER YOUR CONDITION? IF SO, GATH.EF
"Where you can find abundance of work at good rates, the best climate in tho United States for
the worker, (No ITIalarla), pood schools, good churches and better than all. the chanco of get
ting a A COOD HOUSIi AMI IjOT la the heart of the city, on such EASY TERMS as you
can READILY MEET, and which wiU in a few years be very valuable. THELAND AND
RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. (the proprietors of the Townsitc) will sell you such a
house and lot as you may need and permit you to pay for H In from 120 to ISO monthly Install
ments and each installment no larger than a rental of such a property would be. Tho official
report of tho City Statistician shows upwards of 3.S00 hands employed in tho various industrial
and shipping concerns, and a largo number of additional concerns will bo located this season
many of them employing a large number of female hands.
You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN in America to GROW UP WITH !
4f Ua TOI8 FAFSS m? ttoo
11TH AND BROADWAY.
WT m Irs M m aw TUfB-
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Takes hold in this order :
Driving everything before it that ought to
Yow Jtnow ivlietlier you
need it or not.
Sold by every druggist, and manufactured by
A ROBBER OR THIEF
Is better than the lying scale agent Tho tells yoa
as ospcl truth that the
Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale
is not a standard scale, and equal to toy made.
For free book and price list, address
Jones of BiogbamtOD, BingbamtOD. K.Y.
BOILING WATER OR MILK.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
U. S. STANDARDtrr'u.
BeaC aad Caeapett a the market.
Uv AGENTS Wanted la tateCaaatr.
OSGOOD A TH0MPS0H, Binghamtan, M. f.
All the most difficult Surgical Operations performed with Skill 0 Success.
YUtt room Ut th omm.tUon of ptint. Phy'lei"' n.l trained Dnran ia attendance daj and Dljtit. Con citation fee.
- ,, .. .,For,,u,w0.'S,L0JV1,enor1,lr,M DR. C. M. COE, President,
S?ffiS!SWrtl!Si?rtSS."Jl nth & Broadway, Kansas CITY. MO.
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nn ttfiT re nrrnvrn
Kith rastes. Enamels, and Faints watch stain
tlif hamls. lnjnre the iron, and burn off.
ThelUsir-sSun Stovo Polish is Brilliant, Odor
less, Durable, and tho consumer pays Xor notia
or glass package with every purchase.
the new five cent package of
Pyle's Pearline and like it
decidedly economical for use
economical to hand to serv
ants no waste by upsetting.
Irr CXSXT Pcarlinev&wive
JVllUYV peddled gives
no prizes is a prize in itself;
and further I know, when a gro
UP YOUIi FAMILY AND OUTFIT AND COME TQ
THE KANSAS CITY
MEDICALS SURGICAL SANITARIUM i
(for pie Iitatatat of all (hzonie and gvtfsel glifasts.
Thcobjfrt of this Sanitarian! to farnlih Klettl9 mdlJ and arrjcl utitment
board, room, and attendaoce to loot aCliefrd with chrobic aarzlcaU eje. car. ani
ntrtout diwaits. a&d li nppllrd with all the latrst Intention" la tltctric kUdcs,
.,. fnrmlt. .nnlf.i.1... Initnimnlt. ant.rmf!l tn.!lr!n. rl4 Vfl tf..t ItEFORlf
I ITlrls, BMDuracluriDS brae4aodap!taticv! ftreach lrnlhldnal cae Tmisaa&d
K'.aiuo stoctlor raaje to orjer. vacuum treatment ror taraiyiu ana anorTiiopeo
parts of the toJr. Artificial E;es. Catarrh and all disease of tho Throat treated
by Comr-reifed Air. Sprays. Medicated Vapors, tic. applied ly mcass crthe latest
Inventions is apparatus fcr that purpose. Comfortable aad rlti home for
women durioj conlncmcnt. Special attention paid to Disease. f Women, aa4
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
Book dr"cribin Dlwase of Women sent ft re. Electricity In all Its fvrsf,
baths, douches, mutate, ichalatlcnc nnninz. etc.. are p rot MM m aay be require
addition to sucnelner mc-llea! treatment as roar DeaecmM aatitauo.
Over Thirty Tears
always had very pleasant dealings tosether. tho
ana myseii, ana i wu uncuK jiiijaiuc ui
presenting to incm ray nuu.u ci..j. uu
Flower beed Catalogue. It contains .the U'uaJ
immense vanity of seed, with such new kmds ad Jed
as have proved to be real acquisitions. Raising miny
.U j. ... .7.I a...a!f n ..... f.t. , firms
ind tntinrr nthen. 1 am able to warrant their lresn-
and Duritv. under such reasonable conditions as are con-
in mv jitalouue. Havinsr been their original tntro-
am headnuarters fcr choice Cory Com.MulerMelon,
lieet. Hubbard Squash. Deep Head.AU Seasons and
Warren Cabbace. Etc.,; Ktc Cata loguet' BBh to an.
MKHfcB OC auv, vtrutmvmi w w
Decide that after trying the
1VERS & POfiD. You can
try them ; we'll tell you what
dealer can show them to you,,
or we'll send on approval at our
own expense. Write for in
formation. Iver5 & Pood
Piano Cornpanyt Boston.
Send for InTentor'KOuldoorHowtoOM.tinaPatent.
Scn.t for Dipwt of I'K.NSIO.N and BBI'.NTV JLAWa.
PATRICK OTARREIi, - WASHEIGT0K, D. a
ar.NAKi una ettta tot ea jouwrt
FAT FOLKS REDUCED.
,15 to S3 Ibvper month bykannlen herbal
'nnrf nn YaA Alfrtrtlt- PtrirtlTCOZlflfICtl&L
f"l fir. for cimjlsr mid tirao""J. ddrespr.
ttWJ? jjSTDEBjIcVxcicer'a Theatre Bid. Chicago,!!.
rlkXXE this pafi tmn EM J ""
RARE BUSINESS CHANCE.
FOK MAI. E.-AcleanBtockof Hardware. StoTM,
Tinware and Implementi in a town at 1.20) InnaU
tantK. with iw on Midlnjr Sha.
Addrcsa J. II. JACOBS, Aortorae, Mo.
-.U. flli fai-Ck. wn tmmjmt nia.
If till I lU rays well. Write for particular
to W.'B.SPRAGUE, Mar.. 115 Dearborn St, Cnicago.
araiax this rarsa rr iim job ck
Conanmtlvea and peoplo
hnhirn weak lunaior Aatb-
ma.ahonlduso Plso'a Care for
rnrnnmntlnn. It has care
thoaaaarfa. It has not Injur
ed one. It is not Daa 10 iae-
It is tne best conga syrup.
Sold eTerrwnere. xac
WHEW WaUTUf O TO ABTEBTIbERS PJZAbV'
atatataat ya aaw laa Airtrllm ! la late-paycit
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