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VobsoIs Arriving at Now Orlonne
Report a Torrlblo Storm-
A HONDURAS SCHOONER CAPSIZED,
i:iccn of Tliom) on Hoard
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.Small lio-it at Si'it Under t)lr.
Nkw Oiii.tuns, Oct. 17. The Nor
wegian steamer WiisliiDifton, Cnpt Sal
vesen, for lloea del Torn, litis arrived in
port, She report on October 10, lati
tude. 1-1.4(1 north, longitude fc3.20 went,
that she encountered n hurricane from
north northwest around loweht south-
west, lasting until t a. in. October 11, ac-
companicd by mountainous fccaa The
vessel shipped mueh water and had
boat cover and moveables on deck
swept away and cargo slightly dam
aged. The captain and ilrst otllcer
were Injured by being knocked about
by the heavy seas and tho rolling of
Norwegian steamer Agnes, CapU F.
Hansen, from llluetlclda, Nicaragua, ar
rived last evening. She reports having
on October 10, at S p. tn., encountered
hurricanu from north-northwest, veer
ing to southwest and south, barometer
29.24, with tremendous seas Hooding the
steamer's decks fore nnd aft Tho ves
sel was "hovo to" until 4 a. in., October
11, when tho weather moderated. She
also rcporta that at 7 a. m., October 11,
she sighted what appeared to be a boat
iu which were two men, the waves at
the time being very high. Drifting down
to them she found two sailors clinging
to part of a boat; passing near to them,
she succeeded in throwing them a line,
to which they clung and were drawn
uboard tho ship In safety.
The men belonged to tho Honduras
schooner Stranger, which hud capsized
at 11 p. m. on October 10. The schooner
had thirteen passengers on board, in
eluding beven women and children; also
a crew of live men, including tho cap
tain, all of whom, with the exception
of Hie two rescued, were drowned.
The schooner was bound from llall.e via
lluatan for lllueilelils, registered and
owned In Iluatan. The men rescued
aio Thomas Connor and Charles Scott.
Among tho passengers lost by tho
capsizing of the schooner Stranger
were: Miss Frances Mellride, of Itua
tan; Miss Wright, of ltluelields; Mrs.
Thompson, of Kuatun, and Miss Fannie
Stclnn, of Uuatau.
lliirtliina Attack tlio Salvation Armr nt
V umlotte, Mich., uutl Crush Woman'
Wyandotte, Mich., Oct 17. In a
free light here early yesterday morning
between the Salvation army and a gang
of roughs, five persons wcro seriously
injured, one of them fatally. The list
of injured is as follows:
Carrie Lowe, lieutenant, skull
crushed; Frank Hutchlns, bystander,
cut on face and head; Henry Urlfllth,
stubbed iu thigh; .Jcneph Peoples, Sal
vation army member, broken arm and
cut on head; Tilllo Gracey, an onlooker,
For a long tlmo thoro has been 111
feeling between tho tough clement nnd
the Salvationists. As tho army was
marching along somebody threw a brick '
at Lieut. Low, felling her to tho earth.
This was the signal for a general attack
and bricks, stones, clubs and knives
were freely used on tho panic stricken
army. The latter made no attempt at
defense, but scattered as fast as possi
ble. No arrests have been made.
Two Mou Trtknn Kroiii editors uutl
.licit Willi llullotH.
CiiKYKSxn, Wyo., Oct
lust reaches hero oi tno brutal nssas'
sinatlon of two men In tlio lllg Horn
country. J. S. Ucdford and several
other men had been arrested, charged
with horse stealing, and ncquittcd.
Some shooting took place in tho court
room at tho closo of the trial nnd Hert
ford aud a man named Birch were fined
for contempt of court They were or
dered confined in jail at Ituffalo, and
after being disarmed nnd tied to horses
Btarted to that place In charge of ofllccrs.
Five miles out of Itonanza a part y of
men from ambush covered the nfll:ers
with their Winchesters and ordered
them to ride ahead. Thoy did so, ond
tho following morning returned to tlnd
Uedford and lJirch riddled with bullets
und their horses dead beside. Thcro is
no clow to the Identity of the men who
committed tho murders und little in
quiry is likely to bo made.
Washinoton, Oct. 17. Speaking of
tho possibility of establishing a perma
nent national quarantine system Secre
tary Foster said that It would not cost
the government much. "Wo havo not
used up all of tho appropriation which
tho last congress made for an epidemic
emergency," ho said, "although tho
amount -wus cut clown considerably.
Tho appropriation was only $100,000,
but there was an unexpended balanco
from last year of $00,000, which made
the total sum available $100,000. A na
tional qunrantluu of course would havo
to be In tho hands of tho Marino hos
pital and It would cost very llttlo more
than the Murine hospital now costs."
Two Miter Killed.
Ij.onwood, Mich., Oct 17. August
Daniclbon and Aloxaudcr Hoswin,
miners employed at No. t! shaft of the
East Morris mine havo beee killed by
an explosion of glnnt powder. The
body of one of tho men was torn to
pieces. It is impossible to tell what
caused the explosion us it took place in
the room where tho men woro working.
The supposition Is that tfiey were sit
ting on tho box smoking and a spark
fell Into tho Imjx, igniting tho powder.
Cbliimlilmi Niitiilny OlMorvril.
Nnw YoitK, Oct. 17. Heports received
hero from tho southern; middle and
New England states indicate an almost
general observance of tho Columbian
BLAINE IN NEW YORK.
The DlntlnRiiUlirit llrpulillritn l n flueat of
Wliltrlucr lipid itt Ophlr I'nriii.
WllITK I'l.AINS N. Y., Oct. . l'llb-
lie Interest centers about Ophir farm,
the home of Whlteliiw Held, the retmb-1
Hcan vice presidential candidate. It U
luiown thati'x-Secfetnry of State Itlalue
!h a guest of Mr. Hold, and his visit lit
this time has not all the politicians
guessing as to its meaning and possi
ble results. Mr. Itlalue looked rested
and iu excellent physical condition. Me
came from New York yesterday after
noon, having arrived straight from liar
Harbor ut :t::i0 o'clock.
It is expected that It will hi dcilnito
ly bottled whether Mr. Uliititu will
make speeches during the campaign,
and if any how many and at wliut
places. Chairman Carter Is minted as
. saying that with the aid of Mr. Manly
ne uxpccii in iiuiucu me e.-cereiary u
make ut least one speech which can bo
sent out as a campaign document.
A reporter was receive 1 by Mr. lilalnu
during the day. Hit health being tho
ilrst topic touched, Mr. Itlalue said: "I
have just recovered from the olFeets of
my long railroad ride, but as f have
been ill nil summer, 1 cannot but re
gard with pleasure the easu with which
I have traveled over BOO miles."
His voice, as he spoke, was strong
and steady, and Ills smile Indicative of
Turning to tho subject of politico, he
said: "My frlonds know that I am no
longer a public, man in any sense of the
word, and any utterance from me would
seem uncalled for. There Is no reason
why I should tell republicans to do
their duty, nor to describe that duty
for them, for they know it as well as I
and they will do It
"And on all political subjects I have
only to say what I have already said In
my published letter to Mr. Mauley. I
see nothing to add. My health has
prevented me so far from taking any
active part in the campaign and I hare
not considered that thohuhjectof enter
ing tlie ilcld us a speaker at this time."
OMlcpra of tlio Iron Hall Indicted l'or i:m.
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day afternoon the Marion county grand
jury returned indictments against seven
of the supreme olllcers of the Iron Hall,
as follows: Freeman F. Somerby, su
preme justice, Indianapolis, hid.; Mark
C. Davis, supreme cashier, Indianapolis;
J. I. loungliusband.
d. supremo trustee ,
and chairman of the board, Detroit,
iutcu.; i. lienry liayes, supremo
trustee and secretary of tho board,
Camden, N. J.; C. K. Thompson, su
premo trustee, IJlnghumton. N. Y.;
Ueorgo C. Fountain, supremo trustee,
Jersey City, N. J.; II W. House, su
preme trustee, llaltlmore.
The Indictments arc joint and are in
two counts. The ilrst count charges
them with the embezzlement of $200,000
of tho order's funds which they convert
ed to their own use. The second coun
charges them with converting to their
own use $200,003 by using It in Somer
by's bank in llilladclphia. Necessary
papers will bu issued and tho gov
ernor will be asked for requisi
tions so that the indicted men may
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be brought In as soon as possible, and
it may be that Judge Cox will order the
arrest of Somerby by wire, asking that
ho be held until an oillccr can reach him
with the necessary documents to return
iui iim necessary (locumentsio return
m to "headquarters" iu Indianapolis.
It is likely that Davis will bu arrested
111 Hold Hut l'nucrcnrut
1'iTTsnuitnn, Pa., Oct, 14. Last Sat
urday evening when the prisoners In
the Western penitentiary were march
lug Ut their cells Anarchist lterkman,
who is confine in the Western ponlton
tlary for assault on II, C. Frick made a
dash for liberty just as ho reached a
hUort l'litform leading to the top of tho
wul1 Grounding the prison, where tho
guanls are stationed, lie gained tho
wall and without stopping to see what
was on me ouier smo no jumped.
llio anarchist lauded on tho brick
pavement forty feet below, apparently
unhurt As ho picked himself up und
tried to stagger away Guard Young,
who was some distance away, brought
his guu to bear. Ho hit Hcrkinnn in the
leg and brought him down. Several
stonemasons who had been working on
borne new buildluirs opposite saw thu
prisoner jump and rushing over held
tho anarchist until tho otilcnrs ,n
m,i i..r ,., f i. ,... i..i."
" "J "-J mi.v. ni;iniuuu, i
it Is said, is now in tho hospital with a
NEW YORK APPORTIONMENT.
Til Court ot Appnnti UoliU tlio I.uw to
Ar.nANY, N. Y., Oct. 14. In tho cases
of tho people ex rol Pond, appellant,
ngalnst tho board of supervisors of
Monroe county and the people ex rel
Horn, appellant, vs. tho board of super
visors of Ouelda county, better known
as tho apportionment test eases, the
court of appeals to-day reversed
the order iu both cases aud de
clared tho law constitutional. These
were thu cases in which thu court was
asked to issue orders for writs of man
damus, compelling the boards of super
visors of Monroe nnd Oneida counties to
district tho assembly district in those
counties in compliance with tho appor
tionment law passed by the last legis
lature. Judge Andrews, who is the
nominee of both parties for justice of
tho court, wroto u dissenting opinion,
holding the apportionment law uncon
stitutional and in this Judge Finch con
curred. Mr. Whlttlelil'i ltlHHtlon.
WAHixi.vcrrn.v, Oct 14. Postmaster
Ganoral Wanamaker yesterday ad
drossed a lottor to Hon. 8. A. Whitfield
acknowledging tho recolpt of his resig
nation us Ilrst assistant postmaster
general in which he expressed tho
president's appreciation of tho ability
and fidelity with which Mr. Whitfield
had discharged the duties ot his ofllco,
and added his personal nnd profound
regret that tho post olllca department
was to loso "tho valuablo service of an
acknowledged expert in postal matters,
whoso energy nnd faithfulness had con
tributed so much to the betterment of
HER BABY WAS DEAD.
tatbtlo Story Nlnntlng tlic Stroiijrth of
Monkey Motlcvr'a I.ovr.
One lnnruinir on u rooky hill. Fparselv
covered with small trees, I disturbed a
troop of monitors which made a bolt
over tho open ground to some thicker J
forests in tho valley below. Three, how
ever, disregarding me, remained In one
. tree, making horrible noises at soine-
iniug uuuerneaiu. I soon mcovcrcu
that the object of their Indignation wrwi
a brutal-looking black dog, which was
busily devouring something at the root
of the tree. When tho dog saw me It
made olf, carrying In its mouth a black
thing, like a little animal, with legit
nnd a long till. I guessed It was a baby
monkey and gave chase as hard as I
could, but the dog made good its escape
without dropping Its prey.
Coming back to the tree I searched
the ground nnd found the body of an
other little Infant, still warm. How did
tho poor little thing fall into the jaws
of that brute? I have often seen nti In
fant of the same size clinging to iU
mother's breast in perfect rest and se
curity while she took the most daring
IhhiikIk from troo to tree, l'erhapu tho
dog surprised the monkeys on tho open
ground and pressed the mother so hard
that she dropped her offspring to save
her own life. Or perhaps they were en
joying a plcnlo In fancied security, and
had laid down their little ones when
tho Zulu rushed upon them. Whifo
1 was examining the limp llttlo body
to see whether Hfo was extinct a
pitiful wall told me that its mother was
watching me. She had retired to
another tree some distance off, and was
wistfully gazing at me, wondering what
I was doing w 1th her precious babe. I
raw that there was no hopo, but I re
tired and hid myself to see what sho
would do. She ciiine down at once and
approached cautiously, distrusting me,
and lumping me in her mind, no doubt,
with the brutal black dog. Then sho
stood upon a stone, and, standing erect,
looked all round aud gave a plaintive
sercdin. Where was her darling? At
last nhu found It and caught it up und
pressed it to her bosom. Jliit it could
not lay hold of her it fell. Again nnd
again sho raised it and encouraged it to
, her In its arms as it had always
Sho did not seem to understand that
it was dead. At length she held it to
her bosom with one hand aud tried to
run on three, lest tho black dog might
return. When sho trot to a safe tree
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iiiiuuii.u iur iiiiu.uui uiiuiut; tT.tii uui
arm, unci there sho gavo wny
grief aud cried plteously, whllo a klto
sailed grimly round thu tree as if claim
ing Ills own. 1 have often wondered
wlmt sho did in tho end with tho little
lifeless body. I cannot believe sho left
it to the kite. It would not surprise mu
to know that sho burled it, or laid it in
some hollow and covered it with leaves
und stones." Iudia Times.
Raincscs II. of Egypt eut off tho nose
of any person convicted of treason or
arson. Aetisancs, another Egyptian
ruler, punished robbers in tho same
way. Alter eacli nose hail been ampu
tated back even with tho ''bridge," tho
culprit was sent to a colony of noseless
VII. If.. I. 11.9 DVIIb W VWIU.IV u. iium.itr
Mol tlu, ,uco o lmnL.mmt.ut bcln.
, nowu M jcuitiooontiiu, from tin nature
of the punishment its colonists had un
dergone. In Enirland in 1071 Lord
ct thcu .. t , r of tho
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I (llllll 111 LI1U 11IIIL' IIULlkliniJ I1U 11.LIL iiiiii:ii
to ask some questions about an nctress
then playing at tho Drury Lane Thea
ter. A conscript, who protested openly
that he had been enrolled into tho army
of Frederick the Great in a fraudulent
manner, had his nose amputated by
order of thut sovereign, who spoke of
' tho punishment as an "indelible mark
on the front side of thefucc."-
Aro Coniir Youth.
A well-authenticated dueling story is
reported from Paris, an electrician of
fifty years of age having met in succes-
' I mou lour younger admirers oi tno same
dunsouse and disabled them all by stabs
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i business impresses Americans us asinino
and petty, yet often national spirit
prompts tho suggestion that it would
not bu dlflleult to find some Yankeo to
humiliate this Parisian conqueror. It
is well known that every now and then
an American lad carries off tho honors
at the Gcrmtui university bouts. Hut
i j'aPP,lly "r mon nn' higher things to
' J ioJ. than mangling follow human-
i "y.-vN. Y. Mall and lixprcsa.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, Oot. 17.
CATTLi:-Hcst Iwcvcs 3M J 4 ft)
Hlockm ' UOO 44 .1 10
Nutlvocown IB) & 2 3)
IlOaS-Oood toch'itco honvy.. 4 W ft 5 40
wheat-no. s re.i ta a, m
No. Ulmrd MHift Wi
CORN-No. 2 mtxvit : 2
, OATS-No. i mixed tO'-i
HYU-Ka -' bi ft.T,
KLOUIt-Patcnts, Per sack.,... 2.0 2 a)
1'aiicy W C!!05
HAY Choice timothy 7(0 it 8 to
Kancy pratrlo CO) 7 0)
"RAN M U
HUTTHK -Choice crouuiery.... 10 si
CHKUSi:-lill cream 11 K
KGOS-Clioluo IdUiA 7
POTATOES 4J W
CATTM:-R!r nstlvos in ft M
Tex.in.f HO t(3 0l
HOaS-H-avy 4 8) ft
SHKEP-rlr to choloo 4 00 4 71
ri.OUK-Cholw ;i i!) 3 N)
WHKAT-No. -1 red oihK C9H
COKtf No. 3 mlxod COUft 41
OATS-No S mixed 29Ua i!9i
HVE-No. S 61 H3!i
HUTTEK -Creamery 21 2
LAIIU-Woiiorn steam ,. 8 1 8 20
l'OKK-Nuw 12 0) &lill
CATTLE -Prime to extra 4 7J 5W
HOas-1'nUlfiif und shipping.. 4 W 6 60
SHBKl'-Falrto choice., 4 50 6M
rEOUK -Winter wheat ,. 4 DO 4 20
WHEAT -No 3 red. ',,.,. 7J 73U
COKN-N.1. 2 4U-,
OATS No. 2. 23 23)J
KYE-No.3 , ,,. 6(1 6)'i
HUTTEIC Creamery 18 25
I.AK1) , ,,,,. sat 8 37!4
1'OltK II a 1 60
CATTr.E-Natlvo stoeru 3 60 S 21
HOOS (Jood to choice, ,. 6 3) (120
rEOUK-Onod to choice 4 00 4 70
WHEAT No. 2 red 7s 80)f
COItN No. S 6) 6HU
OATS Western mixed SI 37
HUTTKIt-Crtumery. 10 2IW
POUK-Mcss II 25 12 86
The tlntliiR rnimlon.
Tlio cashier of a western bank as ab
sorbed In counting the money behind
his cage, when a masked robber camu
In und stuck a big, open-mouthed re
volver under his nose.
"Hand over that money I" growled
The cashier looked up in a bewil
'tllveino that money!" commanded
the mblier, sternly.
"Dh ah excuse me," replied the
cashier, recovering his equilibrium,
"but I can t let you have tiny money un
less you arc Identified, sir. liood morn
ing," and he was about to turn away,
when tho robber jarred him Into re
markable affability. Detroit Free
A II "rrmi'il lo 1 1 1 in .
Cnntwiiy The elopement of Cheney's
wife was In the nature of u boomerang,
Hooks How so?
Caraway She returned the next clay.
To Younjr Wlrr.
A (llnnppoluied bachelor has said tlint
snine time after uiiirrliipi a ninu's wife
ouascs to bo supremely ntlractlvn to hlui.
Never was a creator libel. Ileauty pre
served nnd Brnco retained can never loso
their charm or leid their empire. The
prcNorvutiuii of our bodies In their orlglnul
healthy poileotoii und comeliness Is n sacred
duty, f:erviiiiiiiginother who will fnltlifiil-
iy currv em inn ciin-cuciiin kivcii who iiu
liottlo 'of "Mutliei-'s l'i lend" will nevei
limo llirui c or complexion. The dainty bud
will liintiiieliito tlie liloiimliig race, uiidold
imo will llnd her blexsiug thu dny she llrit
iiied "Muilier'a Friend." Mold by all drug
gists. Amcn who pets choleric over his collar
buitiiii has nut neoesinrlly jot any coiiima
nliaiied liacllll about liluu Huston Trau
script. If You llrrnthn 1'idiou,
No loss limn Uynti swallow It, li lll lin
preguate mid deslrov you. IT you live or
sojourn Iu it malarious loenllty, lie iiHMirctl
that a nu iiiut liihiile the germs of dliease.
Niillliy mid louder tliee iinrmles Mltli tlio
grand initlilolo to inid.inn, lloitelter's
Stomach Hitlers, which iHiilsoapulcntiein
rdy for liiillKeHtlciu, liven iiiiplnliit, costive.
ne'sH, rliuutiiullem and debility.
A St. .Ioiis'miciiy schoolboy helm? asliml
what a stalactite wits, tcplled: "A stalactite
Is where tho water leaks tin ouch ami slides
on." BU Jolmsbiirg (Vt.) Ualedonlnu.
IIiito You AntlinmT
Dit.lt. RcinrFUANN.KL Paul, Minn., will
mull a li lal pacltuiru or HcliliTnmnn's Asthma
Cure Jni to iitiysulTcrer. (lives lnstntit to
ller In worst eases, mid cut es where olh-.-ra
fall. Name this paper ami send uddresu.
"MriMC N still looltlng for a snap, 1 sup
posel" "Yes, but lie doesn't seem to havo
the necessary ginger to umlto It. ' luiliiiu
apolis Join mil.
Hall's' Catauuii Cuitn Is a llipild and Is
taken Internally, and nets directly upon tho
blood mid mucous sui faces of the system,
heml for testimonials, fiee. Hold by Druj:
Klsts. 75c. V. J. LlliCMCY cv Co., l'roprs.,
.TAris "Slcoii ell litit nlglitl" Tom
"Yes; slept like u summer chaperon."
Whisky flros tho blood. "Tho A. D. C.
Iliiheiuiau llottled licfr" of Bu Louis cools
It and malccs meat. Try IL
Ir tho early lib d which catches tlio worm
tvoulil rush uinttcrs a llttlo and visit tho
etectilc lamp ho could get his fill of bugs.
Iti'.itciiAM's l'n.M enjoy tho largest sale of
nny liroprlctnry tneillolns In tho world.
Mado only lu Ht. Helens, England.
It takes a muster strolco to Binooth down
a rebellious schoolboy. Texas blftlus.
I,ii;r. Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Halo's
Honey ' f llorehoiiml uiiilTiir upon u cold.
I'lUe'sTuotliache Drops Cure In ouu inlnuto.
Tin: worm slays In tlio ground for fear
snmn one should hook him.
Tliat'a tho way Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant I'cllets eouio. And
it's a more linxrtnnt iioint
than you tbUik. It kcoiw
them always freth und reli
able, uiillto thu ordinary
pills In cheap wooden or
They're nut up In a liottcr
way, nnd they act In a bettor
way, than tho hugo, old-fashioned
pills. No griplyg, no
violence, no reaction nftcr
wnnl Hint sometimes leaves
you worso ort than boforo.
In that way, they euro jxrr
niniirnffi. Hick Headacho,
lillious Headacho, Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious At
tacks, and nil derangements
fit lt4fe 1 IrftM atflniMAlt flmafl
bowels are rrovented, relieved, and cured.
Thoy'ro thiy, micar-coated granules, a
compound of refined and concentrated vege
table extracts tlio smallest In size, tho cosi
est to take, and tho chtapctt pill you can
buy, for Uiey'ro guaranteed to gtvo satisfac
tion, or your monoy is returned. You pay
only for the nowl you got.
There's nothing flkoly to bo ' jutt as gooU.n
A Perfect Bear.
Many a man of suave and courtly pres
ence, of genial disposition, open and gen
erous in Ills estimate of men and things,
becomes soured, disappointed and makes
a failure In life, because at tlie critical mo
ment Ills stomach gives way and his diges
tion falls at a time when lie should be
ready to enjoy life with the keenest zest.
All this annoyance and trouble lie could
avoid if he would but pay some slight at
tention to the laws of health. When lie
Is attacked with Indigestion or afflicted
with constipation let him attend to It at
once. Get a box of the Laxative Gum
Drops and tal them regularly. If tlie
constipation Is )f long standing and obsti
nate he should! take these gum drops ev
ery night on going to bed for several
nights In succession. He will find that
they will restore his digestive organs to
their natural condition. These gum drops
are gentle, but they will act without giv
ing the slightest trouble, pain or annoy
ance. The small boxes are ioc, tlie large
boxes are 25c. Get them of any dealer.
SYLVAN REMEDY CO., Peoria, III.
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Both tho method mill results wlico
Syrup of Figs Ja taken; It Is nlcasnnt
niul refreshing to tlio tasto, nnd acts
nontly yet jn-omntly on tho Kidneys,
Liver mid Bowels, cleanses (ho sys
tem cllectuttlly, dispels colds, lieud
ncliea nnd lb vera nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrtip of Figs is tho
only remedy oi its ltiud over pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto mid no
ccptnblo to the Btnnincli, prompt in
its notion und truly benolieiid In ita
cH'ecla, prepared only from tho most
healthy nnd iti'rcenhlo subiimiccs. ita
mnuy excellent qualities commend it
to all mid havo lundo it tlio most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Fign Is for unlo in 6O0
mid $1 bottles by nil leading drug
gists. Any rcfiublo druggist who
may not have it on Imntf will pro
euro it promptly for nny ono who
wishes to try it. Do not nccopt nuy
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AV FRAtWISCO, CAL.
10VI3VUU. KY. HEIV YORK. H.t.
1 . m .r i
isn t the woman only that sutlers bhes
wearing tlie clothes out, rubbing them to piepes, allhe
time. It's just as hard for every thing as it is for every body..
Oj . T is Pearlinc's way of washing, v' , .'
vJUda. xxi A it wants is to he let
work yours, too. It brings the dirt out
easily and quickly no hard work, no wear
ing rub, rub, rub, no washboard.
Doesn't that seem better? It is better.
There's a saving of strength and a saving
of clothes. And, what some women can't believe, it's abso
lutely safe. It's just as much so as any good soap! ' t ' .
mgefK l'cildlerj and tome unscrupulous grocers will 1 tell. Vou,.
HiOTTrrOl 1"rO "lhi Bl " "" " amc ai Peirllne." ITS
P - VV CHJL C FALSK rcarllno it never peddled, if your croevrsend
you an imitntion, bo lionest smd it lack. 377 JAMBS 1YI.15"; Jfcw'jrjfc
1TIH A IIIJTVvonownyour
vll'nud lit ml Iy (ti ui't iti trt
tiiIiii fur youriiiiiiier. I'.i'unii
fiilv.fi In oiii ttiiitwrur liv nur
cIlllshlK V. I IIimiuIhiMIiix'K.
mUIcIi rivrt'oiiit Iho bimt
vnluo fur inlrrH iihUcil, an
lliouhiuiil will tmtllV.
llTTAKi: NO H1IIIHT1TIITK
I Ht IEST
am j uuit
AWX.t: Ti.l" l nny
aP II ll Ivft
BU alio! told
ASK FOR W. L DOUGLAS' SHOES.
If not for anln In your
chant vvkcrtt 1 li
wanted, l'nalnuo iror. Will give oirlnalVM anle t
uiiu uu auvnta. vi
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE; BECACE
tup rnrtif uah mat 1 lo'enV'-a"""' ""-J
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be USED in EyERYKITCHEN.
I -ELY'S ORKAM.BALM-CleitBtoi the Nuacll
FuaaaKOt A I lay a laun auid IalanunaHoBi H sail I
ituo Burra, iwiawi TMf
Armlu into th S'oitriU.
NEWSPAPER OR CATALOGUE WORK.
Copper Half-Tones for Fine Printing.
WrICo for Mnmplaa nnd Prlcca.
A. N. KELL0QB NEWSPAPER CO.,
KANNAB CITY, HI),
Unlike the Dutch Process, ,
ato ! In the
W. ItAKKIt Vt'CO.'S-
tnhtch U aW!ttlfy
pure ana ttiuon.
It Iim mnrolAait (ArM I Imta
I th ttrrnoth of Cocoa mixed
J Willi Htareli. Arruwrout or
tioinlcal, coiling Im rlnn one cent a c tip.
It t dtllclout, nourUulDg, aud KAULT
Hold hjiixortrn trjwf.
W. BAKSB CO., SoroliMter, Vnm.
! - aiuKr. nun is iir uiurs rcu-
Too r n(
i'I flnil what you want In rnur bom itor,
1 hr iraln (Uil riMiin to nur uiammoth Drr
fil nn t tip iraln (Uil riMiin to nur mammoth lirr
loinlt r,ililliliinnt. If yimean'icoiiif, tli Mna
tor tiimi Ira dm cbariio for ainlm). nJ ordrr what.
Tim wtut by mall. W Kiiarantsa ittlitartlon.
Innilari) In Surlnl nnt lliMlno l.tfit Nkw pill Ion
(Jul). ItVJi.w tli Utwivrm'nriltotuMlaohlMMiaMlav
(n all kludi of iport. ror rlri writ bANKVJktV
CO . X li-nrborn m., Clitravu. 'tiliiUa WJIrttv
w-mam( Tina ren ni wnw
- ;.- civru-mtrrrrr:
is thu way you hav ttortvasri
clotlics with soapT-Firstborn
rub the soap in UkiI jj work
in itself. Then yottHtb'tt; all.
IL. k -1 1 tk
It Hi It ,')
t a i' s
K aLL v.f .1
over the washboard. -If wou're:
healthv. and rnh haVd fr.nhiurh
yon may get the dirt all out, too. Itsf llnrdl
work, and every woman knou's it. lUut if
Put it in the water
does its own
SHOE IN IKE WORLD FDR THE 7
a I I " fa 0'
u nOM'Wril alior. that tctll nol r(n flnft cair.atUint
dexltilc. mora ouinfortalile.atvlUh Ml durahlu'tl
ever told at U14 jirlco. KquaU'dtuuxaiuaiialliiff
if. fj. r 1
jiaiio-kfiwrii, nnooairnoA. Tne moat ttno
iadlo l,oci ever aold nl ihvao priori. Zlwy irauat
arrtlUKfroiiitVt)19. . ,. ,' .
r- Hhoc, worn liy fnrmc r and all olhSHwit
11 Loml liruvvealf. chr, nolMl.iiii.ii.iJiiifla1,a Mhri
HI ' III, ti Tf III l-ril KM) ICI't un IIUU tllUUIt ,
1 00 1'liin Cnir, fcri.OaonU J VorUlnBmMi'hota
a will slo nnroMiarlorliiv money tbau uiiyoiliirinake.
am mado for Mnrlcc, Tiiu Uicrioalujc al how Uiaciwtuc
nltfl tA.lll Lh. S. A A.. .. lA.Abh -m. J w
fuunil till out. '. '
ai-1 Yonllia1 S1.7S School HhsM ara.
viorn ly tlmUija uTtrywbcrc VUo luott arka-.
at thoiM' rrloca. . . . j- . f
I AniPft' f.'inOd-Kowed.8'i.3e,Ba anUSIiy
MiovaforAllaaoaari, maUoof lUw lent Vou-
Join or flno cair, aa uunrcu. 11 cy ore very H)iiu,cvm
ortatilo and Uurablo. Tlio $1 alio ttjuala ouatow mado-
lioct coatlntf from tM to . l.adloa who wUt iqaauMrv
mlzcilnthi'lr footwear troflurtlng tbU out. ' , 'J ,
1 A limtf.V n.w.Hnf il..l.r..lilAililln JkMH.
l & f . MtVT.rn.W' ""- -"-.... "U.WIW
1 iMUKiaa- nam aan
ia anil tbanrlraNtnMPaMtMlMi.
hikcu imu Bjrrci j-Bciory. maiiBf Kins. pmiBiwimai
Vlll Ive.oMrlnalvii a ale ts ! icmlvra.auiA neral aaar
r catalogue, w. k I)0a,la., Tlrociiyy-Mn,.
inh I WVtoW
aaa nmu, auta unr t
It it Ouitklu Abtorhtd.
mW Pb m JT In every town to bcU
ssl fumtlurMiifrlncr A tn.
fiuntlyrrqulrliw 8 to
Agtints are now rank
lneIIODraT.,Snd. 86 cents for sampt
TIM I CU ty Co., jm Wat
w nu ruuHrmi nm nun ,
vnnvn ueu .
Atfant'a lliuilliftma ban.. Anil aAriir.
r and flAllrnafl
goodfltuattont. Wrlto J.D.BllUVVN.KeclalUjMo,
Jl'lio'a Kvmcdy for Catarrh Is the ',
Host, Kaxlctt to line, and ChapfRt, H
I Bold by druqifiicU or hont bntall,
60c K. T. Iiozeliine, Worreo, ln.
A. N. K.-D.
WHEN WKITIK0T AVTrjITUKKJI PLEJUB t
aUcatkat fan aaw tho AUcartlaa'niat In lMa-
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