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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1892)
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'Poisoning of tho Company Through
Chicken Sulud or Coka.
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT SEA.
Two llnittier ami the Cnolt Cousplra to
Mui-iIit I'll p In In nnil CrcTT Htruurjo
Milclilu ur iou. X. . Duiiii,
l.ote-.Slrlt u lid In I.litiur.
Dhtiioit, Mich., Aujf. 13. It has just
become known Hint ninny of the guests
who uttuiulctl the wedding Wednesday
night of William (J. Winchester and
Klvarotui K. rainier are still con lined
to their beds us a result of eating
chicken wilnd which contained a poin
iiiious substance. It was at ilrst feared
that sotiiu of tho cnseH would prove fa
tal, but thu physicians in attendance
now proclaim their patient out of dan
ger. About fifty guests were prosout at
tho wedding and almost all of them
were moro or less nfTeetod. Nothing
unusual was noticed until about two
hours after supper when several guests
complained of feeling ill and left for
their homes. The symptoms wore vom
iting and cramps and tho suffering of
thojo alllictcd wus terrible. The bride
and groom were among thoso affected.
The couple left to take tho Clovoland
boat on their wcddinir tour, but
the bride became so ill on tho way I
that they stopped at, tho homo of Mrs.
Julia Henderson and were attended by
Dr. Hastle. .Mr. Winchester was nlso
taken ill, but not so seriously as were I
Mrs. Henderson nnd members of her
family who attended the wedding. Tho
condition of tho bride was critical for a
time, but she is now out of danger, al
though so weak from spasms that sho
Is still confined to her bed.
Among others who were takon ill
were Terry T.ilmcr, brother of tho
bride, and Ills wife and son. A portion
of the suspected r.alad bus been pre
served for analysis. Dr. Dakiu has
homo of It and a partial analysis has
been made without result. It Is be
lieved by some that the sugars ned for
frosting the wedding cakes contained
the poisonous Ingredients.
A TIIIOKDV AT HIIA.
Sam I'hancisco, Aug. 13. Tho brig
Galileo arrived yesterday from Tahiti
and the Marquesas islands, bringing par
ticulars of the murder of the crew of
old King I'omarcs' former yacht Nluti-
loati and the subsequent capturo of the
murderers. After King l'omare.s died
ins yacht was sold and was loaded for
n trading voyage among tho South
Sea Islands. Cant. Castella was in
command. The mate was a man
named Uoedlque. Tho cargo supervisor
wsls Willie Gibson and tho vessel's cook
und the remaining four of tho crow
were Kanakas. At Klngswell Islands
Uoi'dlquu'h brother "was taken aboard
und the brothers formed a plot to seize
the vessel. Tho cook was Induced to
put poison in the food of tho crew, thus
disposing of them. While Capt. Castella
and Gibson wcro sitting in the cabin
eating dinner Mate Roedlquo aud his
brother entered the room, two shots
bounded and the captain and Gibson
fell dead. After dinner the six bodies
were thrown overboard and tho vessel
put for the Marshall group. After
trading for some time they returned to
Klngswell islands and here the cook
had a quarrel with the brothers over
money matters and revenged himself
by disclosing tho murder to tho Span
ish authorities aud all three were taken
to Tahiti for trial. At the time they
seized the yacht thcro were sixty tons
of coral, ouo ton of pearl shell and (.1,000
suicide or oi:x. dunk.
DEXvr.it, Col., Aug. 13. Gen. N. Q.
Dunn, who has spent the last few years
in this city but who was formerly ono
of the best known clubmen in New
York city and Washington, committed
suicide at 0 o'clock last night, almost
blowing off tho top of his head with n
revolver. Tho deed occurred at his
boarding place, 10M Stout street
Ills sulcldo seems to have been
brought on becaubo of a love affair. Ho
left several driveling lcttors, showing a
disordered mind. All of them refer to
home one addressed us Fannie. He also
left a partly Illegible note from Jennie
Litz, telling him that if lie ever had oc
casion to kill himself "with this re
volver" to think twico beforo so dojng.
It is ascertained that the womau was
Mrs. Fannie Harnes. Who she is or
what her address is is not known. Ho
was evidently infatuated with her.
The AuiiroliliU und l'rluk.
New Yoiik, Aug. 13. Superintendent
llyrnes said this morning that ho know
nothing regarding tho subject matter
of tho report from Pittsburgh that an
anarchist named Anron Stainm had left
tho city a couple of days ugowlththo
avowed intention of killing II. C. Frlok,
the manager of tho Carnegie company.
Ho lsid not seen tho Austrian
vice consul nor heard from him concern
ing any plot to kill Mr. Frlck. Ho
added that no information had come to
him from nny source regarding tho man
Aaron Stainm. He places little faith In
the story that such u person has gone to
Pittsburgh to kill Mr. Frlck.
Helen HoIiIIom llrowneil.
IleitMK, Aug. 13, Seven soldiorswero
drowned at Nelsse, In Prussian Silesia,
while practicing In the military swim
ming school. The men were ordered to
go into tho water beyond their depth,
tho preceptor supposing them to be suf
ficiently practiced to bo nblo to swim.
This proved not to be tho ease, und they
Mink without making any sign that
they were drowning. Tho fact that
they were drowned was not biispeetcd
for some moments, until thoy failed to
come to the burface. It wus too late
to save them.
llltttm lly n Jlml WnlC
London', Aug. 18. A dispatch to tho
Standard says that twenty adults, three
children and numerous animals wuro
recently bitten by a mad wolf at Lodes:,
Poland, and that all aro now raving
mad and beyond recovery. Their bowl
ings art; described as terrible iu the extreme.
A QUACK IN AFRICA.
lie Took Cuttin ns l'ecs nml Noon Acquired
n TliiitKiiuit Anhnnla.
A German ngent in tho southwest Af
rican possessions of tlcrmany writes to
headquarters in Ilerliu that confidence
men and scamps have invaded oven
that sparsely settled and half-savage
region, lie (.ays that ayear ago a whlto
man went wandering through the coun
try carrying on bin back a hag filled
with medical nostrums. Little atten
tion was paid to him, but it wus found
later that he know nothing whatever of
medicine, and that his little plasters,
wafer and drugs wcro worth no moro
than ho much fetish. Ho heralded his
coming everywhere, just as tho quack
doctors do in this country, and the simple-minded
natives Hocked to him from
far and near to secure the benefits of
his wonderful treatment. He rcmalnod
only two or three weeks in a place, and
then would seek other fields. lie took
payment In iSattlo, and from place to
place ho drovo his herd, which cost him
nothing for food and kopt rapidly in
creasing in tizc.
Finally h reappeared on the coast
with a herd of about ouo thousand six
hundred cattle out of which lie had
bunkoed tho natives. As ho had no
medical skill and tho contents of the
mysterious bag probably wcro not
worth ten dollars, ho found the buslncM
n paying one. Tho natives, after he
had swindled them, niado up their
minds as to his true character, and thu
Herman agent writes that it probably
would not bo safo now for nny itincrato
dealer in medicine and cures to travel
through the country: however honest
and competent he might be.
The agent bays, howuvcr, that thcro
is a fine opening in southwest Africa
for' some young practitioner who is hav
ing hard work building up a practice in
Germany. He names the town whero
tho young man should settle, and snyi.
I he is confident that a few years' pra
tle among the natives thoro would en
able him to return to Germany with a
bnug little fortune. The agent will ex
ercise great care to prevent any more
quacks and humbugs from getting into
, the country and giving tho natives an
unfavorable impression of all white
men. Chicago Times.
AN ADEPT AT RESIGNING.
Tho Accountant' Nini'I Method of Tah
iti r n Vncatliiii.
Living In a fashionable town within
commuting distance of New York is a
gentleman who invariably attracts at
tention by his long hair. Strangers
nlwavs conclude that he is nothlnt?
less than a great lawyer or bank presl
dent. Whun the nime curious ask hit
fellow-townstnen about him they aro
tolditho following story:
Ono day the gentleman, who is one of
tho best accountants in the metropolis,
Btepped up to tho president of the bank
by which he is employed nnd fyild ho
had decided ,to resign' und' that the
resignation must go into effect immedi
ately. Tho president wns loth to lose bo
valuable a man and urged him to recon
sider the mutter. He talked with him
for an hour but to no -purpose. The
employe, whose skill ns a mathema
tician was beyond anything ever- met
with by the oillclals of the bank, wns
bound to leave tho institution but
absolutely refused to give nny reason
for his doings.
Thu accountant left that day and the
bank was obliged to get along as best
it could without him.
Ten days later tho cashier was
astonished on entering tho .bank to
find tho accountant hard' lit, wprlc at
his old desk. Tho mathematician said
good morning, just ns ho had done
every day for years before ho resigned,
but offered no explanation.
The president and enshier decided to
let their strnnge-nctlng employe kee;
at his work nnd nsk no questions.
Three months later the accountant
went into tho president's ofiico again
nnd tendered his resignation. It wns
accepted, and tho man was absent for
a week or more. Then ho suddenly re
Tho same thing was repeated again
and again. Now it is a standing joke
In that bank that thei accountant has
resigned, it is his way of taking a
vacation. Ho never stays away more
than two weeks. N. Y. Commercial.
Important Typewriter Decision.
"Judge Lncombe, sitting in tho United
States Circuit Court here, has, on the
motion of the Remington Typewriter
Company, granted an injunction against
tho agents of the Franklin, restraining
Iho salo of that machine pq account of
Infringement of Remington patents.
The decision is an important ono as it
proves tho control of tho fundamental
patents, and may affect other makers
Df typewriters. Tho Remington peoplo
havo heretofore been quite passive, but
It is stated on good authority that they
sre now likely, to proceed against all
ather typewriter .manufacturing com
panies. "In some cases purchasers of ma
jhlncs which infringe Remington pat
ents may alio be proceeded against for
Infringement Until these cases ore
definitely settled this action will deter
many people from purchasing type
writem which aro colorable imitations
of the Remington. To save a fow dol
lars a man does not want to buy a tmv
ehino with n law suit, attachment, espe
cially when tho other mauhlnn is the
best." N, Y. Journalist, Juno IS. WU
IN CAB AND OAR..
Tins railways of the world are worth
quite a lot of money 0,000,000,000.
An engine on the Central railroad of
New Jersey has run a mile at the rate
of 01.7 miles an hour.
It Is estimated that 1400,000,000 gold
f llrltlf.h capital has been invested in
io railways of tho Argentine Republic.
The distance between division points
for changing engines has fccen increas
ing in this country and somo roads are
now running engines from 300 to 800
miles, where they used to run 100 miles
NEW TEMPLAR OFFICERa
Jtlilljo MrCiirity, nf MU-lilcnn, Clioion
annul Mnatrr The Xoxt C'niu-lnvn to Ho
Held at llo.tin.
Dknvi.ii, Col., Aiur. 12. Judgo Hugh
McCurdy, of Coruuiin, Mich., thirty
third degree, right eminent deputy
grind muster of tho
nnd past grand mas
ter, past grand high
priest, past eminent
UT.'imi master oi inu
for $3-Mlehlgnn and A
,S.,,.Mieliignn anil An-
& ' ..Itmt nml Ai.t.ftnt iil
Rite was elected
grand master of tho
limn Mct'imv. Knights Templar of
the flitted States this morning.
In accepting the high honor to which
ho was elected Judge McCurdy made an
elaborate address of thanks and advico
to tho Templars to press ever onward
in the cause of good, adding something
each year to the structure already com
pleted. At the conclusion of Mr. McCurdy'n
address a recess wns taken until 'i p. in.
At the afternoon session of tho encamp
ment other grand officers were appoint
ed as follows: Deputy grand master,
W. Larue Thomas, of Danville. Ky.;
grand generalissimo, Reuben II. Lloyd,
of San Francisco; grand captain-general,
Hy 11. Stoddard, of Ilrynn, Tex.; grand
senior warden, George 11. Moulton,
of Chicago; grand junior witntaii, Rev.
II. W. Rugg, of Providence, R. I.; grand
treasurer, II. Wales Lines, of Merlden,
Conn, (re-elected); grand recorder, W.
It. Isaacs, of Richmond, Va. (re-elected).
Tho remniiilng grand olllcers will bo
appointed by the grand master at tho
It was decided to hold the twenty
sixth triennial conclavo at Iloston.
Ninety-six votes were vast for Iloston
and seventy-eight for Cincinnati.
Grand Commander Modish of Ohio
made a grand fight for Cincinnati In op
position to tho report of tho committee
which favored Iloston.
LIZZIE BORDEN ARRESTED.
Cliui-f-rd Willi the Murder of Her 1'iillier
Fai.i. Rivkii, Mass., Aug. 12. Miss
Lizzie Ronton Is under arrest charged
with murdering tier fattier and step
mother last Thursday week.
Accompanied by her sister and Mrs.
llrigham hho was brought Into thu Sec
ond district court room about 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, presumably to
give further evidence at tho Inquest
As was the caso before, nil
the proceedings were behind locked
doors. When Miss Lizzie returned
from tho third inquiry sho wns a phy
sical and mental wreck and was con
ducted to tho matron's room. The in
vestigation wns adjourned nbout 4
o'clock. District Attorney Kuowlton
and other ottlcers went to the marshal's
private office, whero they remained
closeted for two hours.
The reason for first suspecting Llzzio
of thu crime Is that she and tier step
mother have not been on good terms
for several years, in fact, it Is said that
btio refused to eat at tho same table
with Mrs. Itorden or speak to her.
Money matters aro said to havo caused
Lizzie and tier fattier had bcvoral
heated discussions on these matters.
The woman, who Is 32 years old, Is
haughty and domineering with tho will
of he." fnthcr and bound to contest for
her rights. Sho Is of a rcpellant dispo
sition, and nfteran unsuccessful passage
with tier fattier would become sulky and
refuse to speak to lilm for clays at a time.
Sho moved in ttio best of society in
Fall River and was a member of tho
Cougregational church and Isa brilliant
conversationalist. She thought sho
ought to entertain us others did. Her
father's constant refusal to allow her to
entertain lavishly angered her. Sineo
tho murders alt these tilings havo lieen
brought up against her and her final
arrest is tho outcomo of tho v.-holo
JAILED FOR LIFE.
Arrlvul of King at Nuxlivlllr, Tenn.-Tlit
Nabhvim.k, Tenn., Aug. 12. Col. If.
Clay King, tho Memphis murderer, ar
rived hero in charge of Sheriff McLcn
don and was at once conveyed to tho
state prison, where lie was quickly
fitted out in a convict suit He was
accompanied by Ills wife und daughter,
who wero greatly affected. King as
sumed a defiant attitude und to Sheriff
McLendon ho said ho would sec Gov.
Huchunan in before tio would ask
him for a pardon.
Soon after spiriting tho prisoner
away from Memphis Sheriff McLendon
was informed by wire that four men,
nrgicd witli Winchesters, would over
take him at MuKonzie, Tenn., and hang
King. Ho immediately changed his
route nnd came to Nashville via Norton
vllle, Ky. At MeKcnzIo the avengers
ovenooic mo tram on wuieii King was
supposed to be, but ho was not there
und they returned to Memphis.
(Irrelimn to Itoom Wenver.
8. Louis, Aug. 12. Tho national
people's party headquarters to-day
wore crowded with enthusiastic work
ers, all of whom wcro jubilant over a
telegram received, and its contents
verified by a letter, that Judge Grcsham
had concluded to tako the stump in the
interest of the third party, and would
make his opening speech at Indianap
olis tho latter part of this month.
Bniith DHkotu'a lllfr Wheat t ro'p.
Sioux Fai.t 8. D., Aug. IB. The fig
ures on Soutli Dakota's prospective
wtieat yiotd given out by competent
men ore simply ustonlshlug, ranging
from 50,000,000 to 00,000,000 bushels of
wheat, besides immense quantities of
Houston, Tex., Aug. 12. -Somo time
ago David Ruxtcr, of Wharton, lost a
valuable limiting dog. The dog had on
a collar with Ilaxtcr's nnmo on a plate.
Tuesday Haxter killed an eighteen-foot
alligator and found thu cottar, but not
the dog, in tho reptile's stomach.
l'enta of Nursery That Amount Allium! to
Of tho many results of tho rapid
strides which science has made Is the
remnrkabto skill which medical men
have brought to bear upon difficult and
dangerous surgical operations. It was
not many years ago when It was
thought Improper to attempt opera
tions upon tho tinman body, but tho
steady onward march of human prog
ress lias given surgeons such a knowl
edge of tho human anatomy that they
aro now enabled to perform feats which
formerly would havo been credited to
witchcraft and tho black art.
At the annual meeting of tho Welsh
branch of the ltrlttsh Medical associa
tion, Dr. Damar Harrison gave an ac
count of thu operation ho had per
formed upon u boy, which ho claimed
to lo unique.
Tho boy had tlto misfortune to rut
his wrist with ptato glass, which caused
him to losu all sense of feeling In tho
hand nnd was followed by complete
paralysts. Tho lad's wrist was laid
open, und It was found that a portion
of tho nerve nbout two luetics In length
was entirely destroyed. A young cat
was obtained aud chloroformed, and
Immediately after death tho surgeon
cut a nerve out of tho hind leg. The
ncrvo was then wrapped in u cloth
soaked in warm carbolic lotion and
afterwards connected with what re
mained of the boy's nerve. Tho result
wus most gratifying. Sensation re
turned nnd tho boy was cured.
An equally Interesting and success
ful operation was performed upon a
boy who had swallowed a fish hook. Ho
tried to release It by pulling upon tho
Hue, but It had become firmly attached
In tho lower nnd back part of tho
throat. A medical man was called In,
and tie procured a pistol bullet and
bored a hole through it It was then
allowed to eltdo down over tho lino to
the hook. Tho weight of the butlot
dislodged the hook, which, sticking In
tho lead and being protected by It, was
safely removed. N. Y. Herald.
It' (load l'ollili-i.
TUniMsoy Gor.s to tin: Mountains. Ro
do UiuUHunil of our Western puuple, who
find a most dolluhUul vacation atuld their
granite peaks, tliolr wild gorge, their
prhuovnl forests, their ullvcry iaUoa uinl
Ci.i'.vei.and (Ions to Tin: RrjAdmr. So do
thoanaudn of our Western people, who revel
in tho nalt air and thn briny bath, la the
sandy lioiiohfg and rook-buuud coast, In tho
fishing and tho s.illlug aud other charms of
the robing bob.
Thoy first send to O. W. Rubles, O. P. :
T. Agt, Chicago, for tho .1.'iiimn CVntniCi
bountiful blrd'Hoyo map Summer Tourist
Folder nnii then buv their thikets to tho St
Lawrence, tho Adlroudaehs, tho Whlto
mountains, tho Now England ..const, or
whei over their choson resort muy bo, by
the Michigan Central, "Tho Xlagaru Fulls
Tins man who wrote "All things coino to
those who wait" never paused at a rulli oad
rcstauraut for dinner.
To Vob Up Serenely
In tbo morning, feeling refrcohed, light
hearted, sprightly an if you could sing a
stuvo or two, for Instance, your digestion
should bo good, your Uvorund bowels nil
right, your nerves vigorous. These endow
ments of the healthy arocouferrcd by Hob
tetter's Stomnuli Hitters, which renews di
gestion, establishes regularity of tho liver,
bowels and kidneys, and averts malaria and
WmtN a lono traveler comes to nn abyss
it doesn't gratify hi in much to "fall in with
a friend." Huston Courier.
J. R. l'AMtEn, Fredonla, N. Y., snysi
"Shall not call on you fur tho 1100 reward,
for I believe Hall's Catarrh Cure will cure
nny caso of catarrh. Was vory bad." Writo
him for purticulura. Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tnr.r nro called racing tips becauso their
natrons are eo easily upset by thorn.
Goonllrr.nl Good Health! Tho American
Urowiug Co of St. Louis mako tho "A. II.
U. Uoheraian llottled Ucer."
Hint "And why Is n ship called 'shot'"
Ho "Ayo, um'uml becuuso tho rigging
costs so much." Judge.
Vuatszh next tho Bfcln often produces n
rash, rcmovablo with Glenn's Sulphur Koaii.
Hill's Hair nnd WbiBkor Dyu, Ui conts.
Thoughts aro blossoms of tho mind and
deeds aro tho fruits of desire,
ScuiiVT and scorbutlo affections, pimples,
and blotches nn tho skin aro caused by Im
puro blood which liccchain's Pills euro.
It Is ono thing to bo a dude and quite
another thing to bo unothor duda Jury.
Tns Ram's Horn Is published at Indian
apolis, Indiana, util.&O per year.
Tub summer girl has nut up with many a
rain beau. lloabMter Post
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 12.
CATTLK-Hcst becvos 9 3 50 CH'M
Iioas-Good to choice heavy.
WHKAT-No. 2 red
No, Z hard
CORN-No. 2 mixed
OATS-No. 2 mlxod
to s w
a 2 as
FLUUUPatcatt, per sack,.
41 8 M
Fancy I K
HAY Choice timothy
uiiKKSK uu cream ii
CATTLE-Fotr natives 8 W
HOQS-Heavy 5 to
BHEEP-Fstr to choice i 00
FLOUR-Cholce 8 20
a 3 50
(A 5 00
a 4 to
WHEAT-No. 2 red
OATS-No. 2 mixed
HYE No. 8
LAKD Western steam
CATTLE-Prlme to extra
IlOas-Packlnit und shipping..
SIIEEP-Fstr to choice
CATTLE Native stoers
HOGS Good to chulco
FLOUR Oood to choice
OATS Western mixed
7 50 a 7 55
13 6JKQ13 75
a 5 75
a 4 ao
a o 35
a 6 so
ot a tui,
at a 41
is a is
FORK-Old mess ,.,. IU 23 all 75
if you keep nt It, is nt to toll ujwn
tho liver. Tho things to prevent
thlsnvoDr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Tivtcoonoof tluto HUlo loluli for n
eorrrctlvn or gcutlo laxnflvo threo
for a catluirtio. They're tho wuatl
est, cyulivt to UAu, plensanlest and
most mil nral in Uio way they act.
Thoy do permanent good. Consti
pation, Indigestion, IUlkm Attacks,
LUcIt or llllloua Headache, mid oil
derangements if tho liver, stomach,
and hovroLs are prevented, relieved,
They're guurtmtttd to glvo Mtis
In ovory caw, or your uiouoy is
Tlio worat cases of Chronic On
tnrrh in tlto I load, yield to Dr.
Sato's Cntarrh Remedy. So cer
tain is it that its iniikero offer $500
reward for nn iiicurnblo case.
if -- v
have been consumed. All the other so-called washing com
pounds arc followers and imitations of it.
C a-i .4 reddlers and ronio unscrupulous crows will tell y " Uda is as good as
OCIIU. or tho wmis as l'carline." IT'S FALSE PiUm U never jicddled,
jj, t- 1 and If your nrofr sends you MiDsthlui; iu ijImo of l'cnrllno. Ia
BaClg liontiW.7Ai. HO MfaB3 rVHt. New 1'nrfc
If uinl Iniulllo Bfl thr lirM
vnlilt' lor youriiinun). Ixnim
ttilv.i In iiui lniilvi.uillr iiur
chiilnir V. I,. Uuuulnw elinrH,
Mlilrk rt'prociit thu liCRl
vnluo fur price tiikcd,
ltiimauiU will icMIIY.
JTTAKK Ml HUIIST1TUTC
nny oUu-r iluv
b(CkV3K3 " HuiBlk.
icv mo u 1 nnnni aci eunco Puch ubutuilois nr rrauduUnt and aubjee toproMcu
AO HJH W, L UUUULAa SnllbS. tlou by law for bUlntuc naaajr llDdar nlMpratruora,
.. ii... itir piiid in joir mncr acau uirrri. ,u rnm .ihhiu aina, iMnaDlwivia
wnntril. I'nainiie frrr. Will irlvt pxrlualvi- aatln in lion Hnalrra Mnd canral mrr
ehnni wlirro I Imvo no avrma. Wrltn for Cutaloguc. V. 1.. Doailaa, Hvnckluu, lUaaa.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be
Oar sales for tlio past week of
"CnAitTwt Oik" Stoves and Kanqes
have been unprecedented. Tho Char
ter Oak has been forging ahead ovory
day of tho forty years that It baa
been on tho market.
lloit itoti (laliri kf thtm. If jouri
don not, writ dliKt to muuiictviri.
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
T. LOUIS. MO.
If wiMl by Wives
about to expo rienos
I bo nakilul ordeal
au InfalUlilo sped-
Uia torture of con
to both mother and
child. Hold by all
1 esMass on receipt
1 of iirlM, 1JW ir
bottle, charees pra.
BRAOriCID RKQULATOII CO.. ATUNTA. O.
Ten eaa'tflndwbat yon want In your borne store.
(ct uu the train and come to our mairunoth lirr
lood Eeubllitiment. If yuacen'lcory. Uien eoa
!r uinplee (no cliarjrs far ample), Bd order wal
yea vaat by mall, w a-Mrantee tatt.uctlou.
rsixt fail raria rwriMinM.
uwi uu (iMiiin ( inl r,
be TrudA N uiiiillod.
Hand for wholi'li price
earNaHS tun raria rwr r
VnilUQ HEM lrn Telegraplir and n.illroad
IUIiUM IHbRI Avent'ettulne.efiere,andeure
good ltuatlon. Wilt J.I). HHUWN, bedalla, Ma.
"ariuiu UUa suit m tw rest
vutri. i.nmnieYj. and Paints which i
IfjHvlUMn J Hun tUoval'clUB: U BllUltnt,Odnr-l
lYu.liurablft.niiit tlio coniumsr ; tor notla
ii..i.hii Inln.M.t. iran. Bill tmr titt.
or riom (i.iciao Ttun bjotj yunuKN,
n.Min tn M0 upwucU.
Ttut MAKOurTTf .
llMMIiutoa III Mspru
kuiif if, n (Alia.
r.i.L .... u.- r::vT-j -T. t'
All St ! a14 lanllf .. w M.t.nlAAl IM fkVI mt M
...xvwotAitiiqiiv, i wfiumf. nnnai,B.
InilrtawnM la Trur hl tut nil M frV". Clan.
LYOM A HEALY, 04. Monsos St., CHICAGO.
The "Eating" of Clothes
the rottingf wid ruining of them
won't show ripht away. Your new
washing nowdcr may bo dangerous,
but you'll have to wait a Ettle for its
results. It to doing its work, though.
After a while, your clothca go to pieces.
all at once.
Now isn't it better not to run any
risk ? Isn't it better to trust to an
article like Pearline, which has
Hundreds of millions of packages
SHOE IN THE WORLD FM THE MONEY.
A nruiilnosrwral bor.Mif iritl rjk Ann clf, mnmliMi,
noUi Iniktr. nIUU-. imuii iiiiiifruklctriUli nnil durable tbri
over told M tbg pda& M4USU euttuu made thua
Ci unilea Miurfl-soucd, flutUthnft, Th most stjlliu.
P" iisudUuiulaikoievorsolAMUicMprios. TUoyequrJ
line Impound tliutu cufjtig from f tV.
CQ HI I'ollru Hhoe, worn hr Mnirrt (4 nil otliersnh
? wont a cuol liAavycuir, Uir ol4j, naston edgo ikue,
tnty to walk In, cud vlll JurrJ!:otrTii4 warsa.
C4 .10 Flap fllf, (V2.Ua ud II AVsrklstwn'i Dhor
Paia will ilm tiA.ro var for tu sstsey tssa -7oijirma)(B.
Tbty sro mad forarrvlco. The lacraajiog sals ahgw (bat woxa
Inutcwi luire fouiul Uili opt.
nfivCI 6a nut Viaha A.1B ! Bheos ar
EiVF I O worn lyr W10 U71 eMcjVhut. TketuottserTlce-
able iliori knlj at tUo wiot.
Hit (?&lf. aji drirL
and diiiftbln.. ?)
si aual eutlom muli
IH M ttvlllh. Kinv.
sbooii ronton tnm SIMM, Udlo bowua totooaa
' tahc In Uilr footivrar aro ItnAtui Uils eul.
CIA IITIUN'. Ilewaraor AaaUrssuhMllwUnKslioeawltlk.
outW. U UaiiBlii'nama Add Ike prlcttainlii bottom.
used in every KITCHEN.
lurirr BtVOOn. resratatf
diioTUer, build straBRtlT. rcuow
IliEfl. remoro I.XVKH
apuaiue, restore ueaitii anil
Vlcoruf youth. .lvanniti.
U4JMtloa. thaftlreif fetU
Hind brlcliloaed. brl
bonaa. mtrtu. mill.
WW foferlnf frost complaints lie
eta, reooivanew rorco.
hHaWlaU cuuar tuincirsoK, uaujri(,Di
ni 11 a safe, speed r cure. Iletur
uu 011 cbtelj.baauUfloJ Cusanloalo
Sold oTerrwIierc. All (euulna roods bear
"CreMouw" Bend naiceutaUtau for a2.pe
DR. MARTER MCMOINI 00., St Uill, Ma.
Tbe year Ufa
h. been an ex
prroo. one fvrall
eeiloa of Uie
New I tlin lews
to set a ketne
tbere. Write to
O. T. KleWon,
H. F. It. IU To
ptlcA, KasMi, or
J. J. Byrne, Auu
rait. TaR. Wir.,
Clilcago, for free
sloe will be rat)
from the Kett M
point la Kansas
Mexico, and Ti
at. via Santa 7)
IUule, on Auf.B
drew or call oa
It. It. at
k BKIT. 27. '
Y. M. 0. A. BoilUie. Ktaus Olty, lie.
A modern procreulre tralnius (Cboot
Commercial, Shorthand, Telegraphic
AMU KNULUUI DrPAHTJiKNTS
Elerant aparttneats and superior advantage
Catalogue Free. Tobtphoue 03B.
nUiniftfl ATUCllaCfiU QUI V... ElMraat
UniUrlOU HintllHtUITl-tiii KWbuuaiDn
HrtimA Kdufa.tleaal wijrl;,
demle andl'rpratorr Technlul Initriicl
Ubrary n Oyumuluiu, Addreu IU t. UiUII,
u-auutTUU yaiu .. luattwtite
I ha. tMaiuAailhliiiinMluahiii-hal
!" nviiui inxt uoiBOOnTVii'i-u
am - f V ,. utricii j ninqdonilBe)
TNaUIITUia rAMAmrt llttttfM.
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Irtso's Iterocdy for Catarrh I the U
Host, Easiest to Use. and Choupest, H
I Bold by drucglstfl or sent by mall. H
BOo, E. T. UaMlttae, warren, Va.
A. N. K.-D.
hraXS T ABTKKTHBJU VUCAk)
ye saw the) AfTertluasial U a)
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