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Often The Kidneys Are
Pawl C. Phakes
Bntortd rU tfet po R4CIBd,Xb.aa
ooond oln iatl matter.
FurnlRlicd oti triplication.
'BLBPnONE. SEVEN - TWO
dead nnd dying. On the street hun
dreds were shrieking for help nnd
looking forjimiHBingjovcd ones. Weakened by Over-Work.
th. .. or t WmjHncro M ft JiJjBSS5?&
lowed tho explosion of a Btenm holler ' traced to the kidneys,
In the basement, which resulted In Ho fOT&s jShJk uut ,low modern
tho denth of John Rapkoch, engineer, fMjtSHni science proves that
nnd the serious Injury of Mrs. Seeta ??P$vft&JiW nearly all diseases
May, a guest. Tho explosion partially . fMaAxm huve thcir. bcK5nm"K
wrecked the hotel building nnd dam- kwTrJsMW in the ,sPr,lcrt
aged adjacent residences and apart- ijM or"ans" ,u,portant
meat buildings. The guests of the TlrUlLO The kidneys filter
hotel were left in dnrkness by the do- J yH and purify the blood
Bt ruction of tho lighting plant and ....Ho that is their work.
many were obliged to await the ar- Therefore, when your kidneys are weak
rival of firemen, who battered down or out of order, you catMiiHiorstnuu now
tho doors of their apartments and re
leaned them. Fire followed tho crash,
but was soon under control. The dam
ngo was estimated at $15,000.
18 rETtlSH IN PANIC
miicklv vour entire body is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
If you are sick or " feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
as your kidneys arc well they will help
all tile otlicr organs 10 ncaiui. i irmi
will convince anyone.
If vent are sick von can make no mis
take by first doctoring your kidneys
WILD STAMPEDE IN COLORED
CHURCH IN PHILADELPHIA.
Weaker Ones Trampled to Death In
Narrow Stairway Nearly Two Score
I Injured Blaze Was a Trifling Ono
i, and Was Quickly Extinguished.
Eighteen Killed in Mine Explosion.
Charleston, W. Va., .Ian. !. Eight
eon men are believed to have been
killed In a terrific explosion In ono
of the mines of the Detroit and Kan-
I awha Coal company at Detroit, twen
1 ty-flvo miles from here. Tho men,
who were In the mine at the time of
' tho explosion nnd who aro believed to
i have perished, are: Isaac Pancake, 0n its merits bv all
I A. U. Sovlnne, C. P. Neal, Claudo druggists in fifty-cent
i Saunders, Patrick McLaughlin nnd and one-dollar size
I son. four nrldgeman brothers, three bottles. ou may
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Best Makes $ pi
Any imikc or model you wont nt one-third unuul
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Wo SIMP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any
ono without a rent deposit and allow 10 DAYS
FREE TRIAL uoforo purchase is binding.
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The mild ami the extraordinary eueci 01 fO mtPOBUCe h&i T EZ
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great . . ytj ff O
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It W0 WISH &QBB IM .-i--
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of the most distressing cases, and is sold talftka .pnwr ivr
Pair fos Oniy
Philadelphia, Jan. 22. A wild panic
following a loud shriek or "llio"
brought death to eighteen colored per
tons and injuries to neurW two scoro
or others in St. Paul's Haptist chunii
on the west side or Eighth street, be
tween Poplar street and Girard ave
nue. Tho terrible rush to gain tho
street was or brier duration, and that
more were not killed in the stampetle
waB probably due to the fact that tho
church was not crowded. At tho
time the disaster occurred not more
than 300 persons were on tho secoml
lloor'of tho building, which, with the
gallery, was capable of accommodat
ing COO to 700. The fire wns a trilling
ono and was extinguished before the
ilremen arrived. Tho smell of smoke
added to tho panic nnd despite tho
heroic work of tho Rev. 13. W. John
Bon, the pastor of .the church, who
tried in vain to allay tho fears of tho
frightened worshipers, tho terror
stricken people made a desperate rush
to leave tho church, only to be
choked up on the narti-.v stairway.
TIiobo In tho rear leaped over tho
prostrate forms of those who foil, and
when tho rush was ovor eighteen lay
dead on tho first lloor and stairs of
tho building. Death in neatly every
case was due to suffocation or tramp
ling. Kollowing is a IIbL or the ldentiilcd
(lead: Sarah Ruling, Mrs. Lawrence.
Mrs. Patton, Ilttth Kramer, John Hor
ry, Anna Alexander, Mamie McKlnney,
SubIo Holmes, Mrs. Mary Weblock,
Charlos Gardiner, Mnmlo McCall, Aboz
Slaughter, Catherine Scwel, ltuth
Tho disaster occurred while a col
lection was being taken up. Tho
pastor had just concluded his ser
mon, the text of which was "Why Sit
Wo Here Until We Die?"
Rush to Their Death.
When the rush started those In tho
renr of the church did not fully realize
what was wrong and were slow to
move. The frantic shrieking of tho
women and children becanio louder
and moro general and many were
knocked down In tho two aif.lcs of the
church. Then came the terrible rush
down tho stairways. For some un
known reason everybody tried to got
down tho loft side or the building,
comparatively few attempting to leave
by tho right stairway. One eye-witness-
says that perhaps a dozen per
sons got safely down tho stairs wnen
bovoral people tripped and fell and
caused tho narrow way to become
jammed. Several men on tho first
lloor attempted to hold tho people
back, hut were knocked down and
then the human stream camo turn
Wing down. Tho weaker ones fell,
only to bo trampled upon nnd crushed
by those coming from behind. Tho
horriblo shrieks sent up by tho pros
trate persons added to tho confusion,
and by this time oven tho cooler ones
in tho rear of the fighting mass of
men, women and children beenmo
torror-strlcken. Strong men, In fear
that tho building was falling, leaped
ovor tho heads of women and chil
dren and fought only for their own
Balustrade Gives Way.
Tho terrific crush in tho bend of
tho stairs beenmo so great that the
balustrade, which was only a frail
wooden affair, gave way. Thero was
n terrible crash as half a hundred per
Kons wore precipitated to the door, a
dlstanco o; about twolvo feet. This
heightened tho intensity of tho panic
nnd tho rtiBh became an awful jam.
Snyder brothers, three" McArtllo broth
ers and two Mlckel brothers.
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Rev. K. J. Docwlng Dead.
Wlnslde, Neb., Jan. 1M. Rev. R. J.
Docking, Methodist preacher here,
died of acute yellow atrophy of tho
liver. Ho leaves a wife and daughter.
Death of Rev. William Succs.
Crete, Neb., Jan. 22. Rev. William ,
SuesB of the German Congiegatlonal
church died at his reBidenco here of
pneumonia. He was about sixty-flvo
years of age and had retired from tho
Verdlgre Has $12,000 Fire.
Verdlgre, Neb., Jan. 18. An early
morning lire destroyed three buildings
here, including the postoince, hnrd
wnro store and a furniture store.
The loss Is $2,000. Much mall In the
postolllce was burned.
Will Organize Farmers.
Hastings, Neb., Jan. 21. A large
number of farmers from all over tho
county attended a meeting of the
American Society or Equity for the
purpose of extending the membership
nnd organization In this and other
counties. President Shafcr presided.
Big Lead Field in Richardson County.
Kails City, Neb., Jan. 22. Rich de
posits of a high grade lead ore, under
lying a territory or 100 square miles
in Richardson county, Is the discov
ery of the paBt few weeks, and It be
gins to look as If Richardson county
farniB will ero long he abandoned for
the greater wealth that lies beneath
Mrs. Nutzman Burned to Death.
Bertram!, Nob., Jan. 19. Mrs. Nutz
man, wife of Chris Nutzman, a prom
inent stockman living thirteen miles
southwest of Bertram!, was fatally
burned by her dress catching Are from
the cook stove. She ran to tho porch,
calling tor help, but when help ar
rived her clothes were entirely burned
from her body. Doctors were called,
who worked ovor her for twelve hours,
when she died.
have a sample bottle iioranotswamp-ltoot.
by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., liing
, haiuton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
Jress, Binghauiton.N.Y.. on every bottle.
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you can be made strong
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St. Joseph, Mo.
T. J. WASHBURN.
istnbllghed in 1868.
Campaign Against Parcels Post.
Hastings, Nob., Jan. 22. A repre
sentative of J. W. Pilkinglon of Dos
Moines hns been here two days col
lecting slKiiat tires of merchants to n
petition ptotestlng against tho pas
suko of the parcels post bill. Mr.
Pllklngton is leading the movement
throughout the country, acting under .
tho authority of the vnrious retail I
trade nssoolatlons. All of tho larger (
towns of Nebraska will be canvassed.
McDonald Shot Himself.
Fremont, Neb., Jan. 23. Anthony I
McDonald, the man found ovor in 1
Saunders county with two bullet (
wounds In his head, has had a few
conscious moments at intervals, and .
in one of them said ho shot himself
because ho did not want to live. His
revolver was found in tho cemetery '
not far from the grip, with two churn!
bers empty. SInco tho death of hln
mother, nbout a year ago, ho has been I
despondent nt intervals and has at
times drank heavily.
Frozen to Death on Road.
Papulion, Neb., Jan. 23. J. U Du
dele, a painter, was found frozen to
death on tho road two miles north of
Prisoners Taken to Lincoln.
Omaha, Jan. 23. Wild rumors of a
mob to lynch O'Hearn, Nelson, War
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that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but HE0AU8E we take ospecial care
of and protect all can bo classed as
Tho pastor of the church continued to , ro nn Angus, the alleged slayers of
appeal to tho crowd In tho rear to
Btop their rush, hut nono would heed.
Over tho proBtrato forms tho crowd
went, crushing tho lives out of those
who were unable to extricate them
Whon those who came down tho
front stairs had left the building a
terriblo sight presented itsolt to tho
rescuers. Tho ,'lrst floor and tho
Btairway wore covered three deep with
Nels Lausten, were afloat throughout
tho city last night, but tho mob did
not materialize. Even had it done so
thero would huvo been no lynching,
the police1 having hustled tho prison
ers to Lincoln und thoy nro now Bafe
ly within tho walls of tho peniten
tiary. As a result of tho ovidonco se
cured at tho coroner's infiucst tho
four youthful bandits will bo charged
with murder In the flrst degree.
.faatrfee to Come.
Lord Cockburn, though a successful
defender of prisoners, failed on one oc
casion to got an acquittal for a mur
derer. "The culprit," Mr. Croak James
tells us In his "Curiosities of Law and
Lawyers," "nfter tho sentence fixing
his execution for tho 20th day of the
month had not been removed from tho
dock when his counsel passed him und
was then seized by tho gown. Tho
prisoner said, 'I hnvo not got Justice,
Mr. Cockburn,' to which the counsel
gravely replied, 'Perhaps not, but you'll
iiret It on the 20th.' "
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