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The rumor that J. C. Posey, the de-
b firalting clerk of the state penitentiary,
had been captured in Pittsburg, proves
to be true. The Leavenworth limes is-
amed an extra number yesterday, and
contains, among other news, a long ac
count of his arrest and the history of
his crime. We omit the resume of the
crime as it is familiar to our readers,
but give the rest of the article, entire:
xne Dnei telegram tnat appeared in
the Times Saturday morning, announcing
the arrest of Jas. C. Posey in Cincinnati,
was looked upon with suspicion by
many, as all previous arrests had turned
out to be failures, but advices received
Saturday put all doubt at rest and there
was no question but what the right man
had been gathered in. It was rumored
that he would reach Lbaven worth by
the 9:36 Missouri Pacific train Saturday
night and a large number gathered at
the depot to witness his arrival, but they
were disappointed, he did not materalize
) but yesterday morning he did arrive
and the crowd was there to greet him.
Id fact, the depot was filled, and when
it was authoritively announced that he
was on the train, the crowd pushed and
jostled. each other in frantic efforts to
V?-1 1 dee him. It was generally understood
that he would be in the forward part of
the train, and while the crowd was
pushing in that direction, he quietly
left the sleeping car, and entering a car
riage was driven rapidly to the county
jail on Third street. As soon as it was
Known tnat the carriage passing up
Cherokee street contained Pusey, a large
number,principally boys and young men,
started on the run after the vehicle, but
they did not overtake it, and before they
reached the county institution he was
inside the walls, and they had to con
tent themselves with hanging on the
fence and gazing at the barred windows.
AT THE COUNTY JAIL.
About 1 o'clock yesterday a repre
sentative of The Times called at the
county jail and there met Detective
Jerry Gumberk, of Pittsburg, Pa., who
had escorted Pusey from that point to
Leavenworth. Mr. Gumberk proved a
most affahle gentleman, and he is one of
the very few detectives that can be ap
proached by a newspaper man without
. having to listen to many blood curdling
tales of which he was the hero; neither
has he that mysterious we-never-sleep
kind of a look, which is carried by the
When asked how the capture of Pusey
was brought about, he said that some
time ago he received a photograph of
him from Sheriff Keller. Regarding
-the party who gave them the first
clue as to Pusey's
was reticent, but
the conversation said
his parents resided
they learned that
in Altoona, Fa,
and that the latters fathe'r was foreman
of one of the railroad shops there. They
kept close watch of that point expecting
that the fugitive would in time drift to
that point, but in the mean time they
(Gumberk and O'Mara) learned that
Pusey was in Cincinnati and they then
commenced their search there, being
aided by this party, whose name Mr.
Gumberk refuses to disclose. He was
located by the officers, being in the em
ploy of a contractor and doing manual
labor about a number of buildings. On
Thursday evening Detective O'Mara
called at Pusey's boarding house and in
quired if there was aman boarding there
by the name of "James Waiters."
He was informed that there was
but was told that he would not
be in to supper until half past
six. This conversation was carried on
with the landlady, and shortly after
O'Mara left the house and joined a
couple of Cincinnati detectives, who
were shadowing the place, the woman
left the house and started down the
street. She was followed, and a short
distance from her home entered a cigar
store. One of the detectives followed
her in, and she called for Walters. He
was there, and she said something to
him, and he replied that he would go in
a minute, when the detective stepped up
and said: "You will go now and with
rne." When told what he was wanted
for he made no resistance, but accompa
nied the officers to the station, and that
evening O'Mara left with his prisoner
At the latter city he was given a chance
to await the coming of a requisition from
j. :z ivansas. uut aecuueu. auu wrine me iui-
Pittsburg, Pa., July 23.
I, Jas. C. Pusey, a fugitive from justice
from the state of Kansas, do hereby
waive all right asto the requisition, and
alee agree to go with Officer Gumberk to
the city of Leavenworth, state of Kan
gas, J. C. Pusey.
Detective Gumberk also said that the
prisoner wrote a letter to Mrs. Devore,
telling her he had been arrested and re
questing her to meet him in Leaven
worth. He also wrote a letter to his
mother and brother-in-law.
A TALK WITH pusey.
At the conclusion of the conversation
with Mr. Gumberk, Sheriff Keller was
.asked if the prisoner could be seen and
he requested Jailor Ellis to escort Pusey
into the corridor that the reportorial
nnmn mieht be applied to him.
Tha iailor entered the cell house and
V It . A M.MVMAttia A.antAovorl vrith fho
, js. 4 ifi m lew uiuuwuw io-ppaivu v ,
Nfrrantine for some time. He was dressed
"5 k for -warm weather, wearing a white shirt
??Y with a pink border, turned down low at
fdrthe front and gathered near, the waist
rwitlx Heavy COMB, xiis ieei were en-
; caattn in a laamonauijr cus tuiuv;
Yila mustache had the same luxuriant
at,(Prowththat it did when he last ap-
arJ'-B J nn nn afwuifa Vtnf. ril Small nrl
'iLahanelv hand showed the effects
I slot the hard work he had been en-
P:gafa ID, Utsiug wuwuku iuu bwm.uou
land deeply tannea ironi exposure to ine
kh arm. Me nas lost mucn neon, uavwir
1tl off some forty-eight pounds, but
rr nevertheless there is much left of the
M original Jim Pusey, and in conversation
IlpMM at bright and cheerful as ever, now
. If aid then hesitating when a direct quea
,?ltlbi wae asked concerning himself or
v ir-tae luturc.
After be entered tne corriaor ana
hook hands with the newspaper men
present, he lighted a cigar, and taking a
chair, leaned back against the wall, and
with a smile said:
"You all seem to ba glad to see me;
from the crowd that was at the depot
this morning I should think that Bar
num's show had come to town."
The rporter then asked him to give an
account of his wanderings, and here
"About my case I will say nothing un
til I have seen my attorney, but as there
can be no harm in telling where I have
been, l will say that l left Leavenworth
on the Southwestern train Tuesday
morning, November 23d. I disguised
myself in no way, and talked with Judge
.Brewer and uoi. carpenter, wno were
also passengers on the same train. I
went direct to Topeka and remained
there all day Tuesday, and on Wednes
day was given a pass over the Santa Fe
road to Kansas City, where I went, hav
ing when I arrived there, some eighty
dollars in my pocket. I remained there
until Thursday night, and took the Mis
souri Pacific for St. Louis. At the latter
place I went to the hotel, attempted
no disguise, and walked about the
streets at different times during the day;
met a couple of detectives and brashed
past them, but they took no notice of me.
In reading an evening paper I saw a
boat advertised to leave for New Orleans,
and on Saturday morning walked down
to the wharf, and throwing down a
twenty dollar gold piece on the counter,
asked the clerk how far that would take
me. He replied to New Orleans. I
secured passage, and was invited to stay
to dinner on the boat, which I did."
" Were you disguised or did you change
your name from this time?" asked the
"My name was not Jim Pusey from the
time I went on the boat, but I did not
disguise myself in any way until we had
been away from St. Louis two days."
"What did you to disguise yourself?"
"While sitting at the dinner table, the
clerk, who waB a young dudish fellow,
having a very light moustache, said he
would have his shaved off, if I would
mine. After some bantering talk we
both went to the barber shop and were
"Did this cause any comment?"
"No, some of the ladies thought it
was a piece of foolishness, but I did
"How much money did you have when
you reached New Orleans?"
"I had $1.70 and the first place I struck
for a room, the woman wanted $30 per
month in advance.- I hardly could af
ford this and went to other quarters and
the next morning went to the ex
position grounds where I obtained
"Did you see any Leavenworth people
at the exposition?"
"Yes, lots of them. But none of them
recognized me, 1 saw Joe Fenlon every
day, also Plummer aud there was but
one ever recognized me."
"How was that?"
"I met a young fellew from Leaven
worth on the street one Jay and recog
nition was mutual. I said to him, don't
give me away. He replied that he
wasn't hunting for me, and that I need
have no fear."
Eight here. The Times desires to re
mark that in last February an item was
published to the same effect as the above,
and one of the tin horn detectives of
this city was very loud as to his 'knowl
edge of the whereabouts of Pusey, being,
as he usually iB, about fifteen hundred
"Did you have any other experiences?"
"Well, I should say. One day I was
walking on St. Charles street and who
should I meet, face to face, but Fred
Glick and a jim crow detective from
Topeka by the name of Parkhurst. I
even hit Glick's arm, but the two sharps
passed on, taking no notice of me, and I
was tne one they were after,"
"Were you kept poBted as to what was
going on here?"
'Yes, I went to the public library ev
ery evening and read the Times"
"How lone did you remain on the ex
"I was there until there was a question
about the laboring men getting their
money. Then I thought of a scheme
and started for Memphis. It did not
pan out and I went to Cincinnati, arriv
ing there in April and have been hard
at work there ever since."
At this juncture a large crowd of Pu
sey's old associates walked into the jail,
and after he had greeted all of them
said: "Boys, I don't want to offend you,
but I hope you have not come from mere
curiosity's sake. I hope I have some
friends "here yet, and that I can prove
I am not so black as painted."
The crowd responded that they were
friendly and wanted to see Jim safely
out of the scrape.
He avoided saying anything about the
Devore woman, but asked Sheriff Keller
to telephone the penitentiary and try to
ascertain if his trunk was still there, and
if it was, to have it sent to him, as there
were some personal effects in it that he
desired to send to Chicago. About this
time the visitors became so numerous
that it was impossible to longer continue
the conversation from the frequent inter
ruptions, and so the interview ended.
HE IS BOUND OVER.
Shortly after the close of the inter
view, Justice of the Peace Clough arrived
at the jail, pursuant to an agreement,
and the case was called against Pusey.
He waived au examination and was
bound over in the sum of $5,000 in each
court, making his bond $10,000 for his
appearance at the September term of
the district court.
There are any number of suspicions
and rumors that the case will never be
tried, believing that Pusey is as much
sinned against as sinning, and that there
are some developments in store that will
shake up the dry bones of a number,
should tne case come to trial.
ABOUT THE REWARD.
Detective Jerry Gumberk stated to a
reporter, yesterday afternoon, that he
had heard some talk since his arrival
about who should have the credit of
giving the information that led to the
arrest of Pusey, and who would get the
reward. He pulled from his pocket
one of the posters issued by Gov. Glick,
with Pusey's photogrph attached, and
said, "I want to say right here that this
bid was the cause of Pusey's arrest, and
it was sent to me by
of your city, and nobody else. We had
no correspondence with anyone else
about the information. All the infor
mation that was obtainable in the mat
ter came from Mr. Kellar, and if cred
it is due to anybody for it, it is due to
Sheriff Keller, who was with the de
tective, said: "Yes, and detectives O'-
Han and Gumberk will get the reward,
too, and don't you forget it."
Mr. Gumberk stated that he and
O'Mara had spent $250 in making the
arrest, he having made one trip to Mem
phis, Tenn., after him, and O'Mara two
trips to Chicago.
It was stated last evening .that Lula
Devore, the woman who had caused
Pusey's downfall, will arrive here to-day
from Omaha for the purpose of .having
an interview with him. John Malone,
when he heard the report, said, "Yes,
he ought to make her shell off anmn nf
them diamonds; iff or nothing mere than
to hire lawyers."
THINKS HE WILL GET BAIL.
It was stated to a reporter last night
that Pusey has paid he has no fears
about getting bail even if it is $10,000.
That there were parties in this vicinity
who would either go on his bond or
share his fate with him. He didn't pro
pose to do all the suffering in this matter
by any means.
It Is Wander
that so many people sink into untimely
graves when we consider how they neg
lect their health. They have a disor
dered Liver, deranged Bowels. Constipa
tion, Piles, or diseased Kidneys, but they
let it co and think they "will get over it"
It grows worse, other and more serious
complications follow ana soon it is too
late to save them. If such people would
take Kidney-Wort it would preserve
their lives. It acts upon the most im
portant orpans, purifying the blood and
cleansing the system, removes and pre
vents these disorders and promotes
J. 8. Milam, passenger agent of the East
Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia railway,
went to Waterloo, Laurent, county. S. C,
to obtain .transportation for six negro wo
men to Arkansas, where they were to meet
their husbands. Arriving at the place, one
of the negro women, for whom he had
transportation came to him and said that
the people were against the negroes leav
ing that section, and furthermore that they
had trhreatenei to kill the first negro who
attempted to leave the place. Later Mr. Park,
depot agant, advised her to leave, as the
peopl e there he d & worn to kill the first person
that attempted to buy transportation for the
negroes. A few minuses after this conver
sation three men came into the hotel and
called the proprietor into the yard. In a
few minutes the proprietor returned and
called Milam and told him he had better go
away and that at onca, showing him out
the back gate, which led into a cotton field,
which in turn led into a large swamp. He
had scarcely left the hotel when the propri
etor gave aa owl yell which brought the
mob in pursuit of him. About twenty
shots were fired at him, the mob yelling at
the same time, "killhim," "kill him." Tne
mob finally came up to him, tied his hands
and beat him unmercifully. After doing
this, they made him walk for four hours
along the side of their horjes through the
woods and finally left nim with threats,
that if ever he came into that portion of
the country again he would be instantly
killed. Walking lh-ot)gh the woods the
greater part of the night Mr. Milam fainted
from sheer exhaustion. He was picked up
in the woods by a farmer and driven to the
nearest station, where he boarded the train
for Atlanta. He has arrived here and is
yet in a serious condition from his treat
ment. A Hotel Man's Discovery.
San Francisco, Cal. Mr. George H
Arnold, proprietor of the Occidental
Hotel, says that as the air is purer as w
ascend, a man should not object to being
assigned to a room on the uppermost
floor; that he shouldn't mind takings
room-attic, as it were, in view of the fact
that St. Jacobs Oil so promptly cures the
rheumatic. He states that throughout
California it ia regarded as the great pain
cure of the age.
A dispatch from New Iberia, Louisiana,
says that charbon is still prevailing to an
alarming extent among the stock and cattle
in that parish on Broad prairie weal of that
place. The decomposition of the carcasses
are so numerous as to vitate the at
mosphere. Steps are being taken to have
the carcesees disposed of by burning. For
this purpose large quantities of oil and tar
have been sent to the infected district. The
malady has carried off herds of horses,
mules and ewes. It is reported that sever
al person have been attacked with the
disease. In one case it resulted fatally.
Similar advices are received from Cypde
Bayou, Techire and on the prairies.
A conference of sugar refiners, at which
nearly the whole trade was represented, was
held at London. A resolution was unani
mously adopted petitioning the Marquis of
Salisbury, prime minister, to make a tour
of the country and. bring before tne peo
ple the alleged injustice of the American
government in paying a bounty through
its tariff laws to American exporters o'f re
fined susrar. The reners claim that this
bounty is ruining the BUgar industry of
Saoe time and money by using Stewart's Heat
tag Powder for cuts and sores on rnlmals. Sold
everywhere, IS and SO cts. a box. Try It.
David Minick,' aged 75, and Martha
Cummings, aged 60 were married at Cal
dwell the last day in June.
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats. mice.
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Bough
on Bats." 15c
After serving 10 years in the peni
tentiary for musder, a Memphis negro.
an hour after his releas, called at the
police station and demanded the gun
used by him in committing the crime.
A GREAT ERUPTION ha caused the over,
throw of the political bosses: Cole's Carbolt
ralve will cure all kinds of eruptions. Itching and
Irritating disss scs of the skin and scalp. Price 28
and 60 cents. AiDraggbU.
A man in Augusta has been fined $50
and costs for selling hard cider, but has
appealed his case to the district court.
srTo Match that Bonnet?
Feathers, ribbons, velvet can all be col
ored to match that new hat by using the
Diamond Dyes. 10a for any color at the
drureiita. Wells, Bichardson & Co,
It is said the policy of fining Athens
Ga., alderman $10 for non-attendance at
meetings brings out a full board, where
as it was hard work before to drum up a
Onlck. complete curt, all Kidney. Blad
der and Urinary Diseases, Scalding, Irrita
tion. Stone, GraTtJ, Catarrh of the Bladder.
A Minneapolis minister in his ser
mon recenly said: "All Europe is com
ing here." In a report of the sermon the
compositor made it read: "All Europe is
BAKTKOUrt BIO GIXL.
Metfeya Cwnwrfcr the
The Bartfcetdi pedestal fund is nearly
complete. The statue aaearrivei and aooa
New York harbor will be graced by the
most magnificent colossal statue the world
has ever seen.
"Liberty Bnlightenlnc the World V
What a priosless Msesing personal liberty
ia. - It Is the shrine at which people, ground
under the heel of tyranny in the older
worlds, wotabip with a fervency that
Americana cn scarcely realiza; it is a prin
ciple for which Nihiliata willingly die the
death of doga; and fit and proper it is that
at the very entrance cf the nay of New
Tork una emblemarjcit.ttue should noma
welcome to the world
The press is entitled to the credit of this
achievement. Mr. Phi'Jip Beers, who has
been making a circuit of the country on
behalf of the Pedestal' rand, saya that the
fund will certainly Derailed, as the World
aoes no mow tne worn iau.
Mr. Been says that he has found the
moat pronounced generosity among those
of foreign birth. They seem more appre
ciative of liberty than do our native born.
Moreover, among some a strange prejudice
seems to exist.
"Prejudicef In what parHculair
"I have ever found that however merit
orious a thing may be, thousands of people
will inevitably ba prejudice rgiinrt it. I
have spent moat of my life on the road and
I know the American people 'like a book.'
In 1879 a personal misfortune illustrated
this prevailing prejudice, I was very ill,
had suffered for several years with head
ache, fickle appetite, dreadful backache,
cramps, hot bend, cold hands and feet and
a general break-down of the tyatem. I
dragged myself back to New York, seeking
the best professional treatment. It so hap
pened that among my relatives is a dis
tinguished physician who upbraided me
roundly for preaching so mnsh about my
own case. Finally, with some spirit, I re
marked to him:
" 'Sir, you know that much of your pro-
KHBionai wisaom is pretense, xcu are
controlled by prejudice. You cannot reach
acaselika mine and you know it, can
"I had him j and he finally conceded the
point, for it was Bright's disease of the
kidneys which had prostrated me, and the
scbool-men admit they cannot cure it.
Having cured myself, however, in 1879 and
net having seen a sick day since, my rela
tive finally admitted that Warner's safe
cure, which accomplished this result, was a
wonderful preparation. Had President
Butter, of the Central-Hudson used it, I am
certain he would be alive to-day, lor he
could not have been in a worse condition
than I was."
"I have found similar prejudices anions?
all classes concerning even so laudable a
scheme as this pedestal fund."
Mr. Beeia' experience and the recent
death of President Butter, of the Central
Hudson railroad, of an extreme kidney
disorder, proves that the physicians have
no real power over such diseases, and indi
cates the only course one should pursue if,
as the late Dr. Willard Parker says, head
ache, sickness of the stomach, dropsical
swellings, back ache, dark and offensive
fluids, prematurely impaired eyesight, loss
of strength, and energy occur, for they un
mistakably indicate a fatal result, if not
"Yes, sir-ee, every cent needed for the
pedestal will be raised. O f course it will be
a great triumph for the World, but would
it not have been an eternal disgrace had our
people failed to provide for this pedestal?"
Forty thousand dollars was recently
paid for twenty acres of land near Chat
tanooga, Tenn , on which it is said there
are valuable beds of coal and iron.
The new combination of Smart Weed
and Belladonna, as used in Carters Back
ache Plasters has proved to be one of the
best that could be made. Try one of
these popular plasters in any case oJ
weak or lame back, backache, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, soreness of the chest oi
lungs, &c, and you will, be surprised and
pleased by the prompt relief. In bad
cases of chronic dyspepsia, a plaster over
the pit of the stomach stops the pain at
once Ask for Carter's Smart Weed and
Belladonna Backache Plasters.
A man named George Jones, living in
Bnlivar county, Mississippi, was recently
arrested and carried to Oxford, for the
murder of Nathan Webb in 1869.
When Bab j was skk, ire gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she hocame Hiss, she clang to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Mr. James Staten, of Orange county,
North Carolina, has a lemon which
weighs six pounds and ten ounces, and
measure twenty-five inches in circum
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la SaJhroe4 Shops,
Topeka - Kansas.
aad Staler la an Kladsef
ssxro FOB PRIOBS.
Invaluable la Hekaeaa,
' In all eases of dysentery or any bowel eon
trtaints.Bidge's Food shoold ba adopted aa Um
action trpon the bowels, and k easily ajshnllated
Moreover, U will be retalne where trarythlm
BBYAMT ft STBATTOMS 5feggg
SG Louis, Mo. 800 students yearly. Young mea tamght Bock
keeping, Snort-aand, pssMsaihlp, sad asilKsa te assltleaa
Ba-iflsrs tat lam laosta Blsisllw !
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MARRIED MEX.orTEOSE WHO INTEND TO MARRY. .
mM CMBKlt, pcrfectsexBal atreagta anaat haelth, v lamest Watai is,. laag Ufa aad sVa lata aad
ex a laiuutu wue. neu saeai ssoauu as
aad vt beans treatise a aUasaa,
dumps of rhedodendreaat M greal
masses ef May bkssMa.II Tkeaw VM
aa interesting geom.
It laeladed one iseaad beeaaes)etasj
sTinnetT lm was maw m
This refers to bit ease.
I was first attacked twelve rears age
with "Locomoter Ataxy"
(a parsJyUe emwae ef sam asm) asaely eve.
And was for sereral yeaa toelyakte
to get about.
attend to my taelnese, dtragm
urn tauaea aarei
The last experts setae aervesU
Twe yeast ate I was voted wm tne .
Home lor Incurables! Near tsehat
ter, in May. 1881
I am no -Advocate; Ibr wytkisgia
the shape of patent Medicines?
And made my objections to my dear
wife's constant urrini to try Hop Bitters,
but finally to pecOy bar
I had not quite finished tha first bot
tle when I felt a change come over me.
This was Saturday, November fed. On
Sunday morning I felt so strong I amid
to mo room companions, "I was snxe I
Bo started across the floor and back.
I hardly knew hew to eootaia atyfelf. I was
all ever the aoase. I aas raining atrengia ease
day, and caa walk suite safe wltaeut amy
I ass now at my owe hoajsy and kqpe soon teee
able to earn my own living again. lkaveBeeaa
member of the Manchester
For nearly tairty years, and was ast aearUry
eor9ratulated on rotor into the roeatoa Taais
daylast. Very gratefully jours.
Manchester, (Kng.) Dee. 24. lSsff.
Two years later aa perfectly welL
Froseeute tke Swladlersi
If when yon call for Hob Bitters (set green eJua.
ter el Hope on the white label) the druggist hands
out any stuff calltd C. D. Warner's German Hop
Bitters, or with other ''Hop" name, refuse It and
shun that druggist as you woeld a viper: and If he
has taken your money fLr the stuff Indict him
for the fraud and sue him toe damages for the
swindle, and we will reward you liberally far the
t MaaanaS I'rrranlmn irrreT TTnaaaaaa
Vralae and all forms of Jeklllty la Mea from early
error. Ignorance, vice or excesses QeJekly sad rrJ
Crel without confinement by the
Bowflrmlreatablianedln Amencaaeleur Itaaaeiita
FREE te earaeat Inquirers, (not .toboys, orcorkv
aity-eeekers). large Illustrated work on
iiea wor on i:
aas. Brala m4
(Sealed. forCcentalnstamps.) Gives testimonials, boa
fSMlnri- for S eanta In ataznna
Brala aa Nerves
neasand medical references. Ac CeasaUaUoaJf ree.
CIVIAEJ. AWKHU W. it - b. . new s wrm.
606 &B08WYANOOTTE St., KANSAS CITY. M0.
BtgtUar Graduate ia Mcil:lae. 17 vriptacuos
ia in umcago. Antnorizea to trees au
Chronic, Nervous and Special Diabases
Seminal Weakness (Night Loasesi,8ex
I nai lMDUtty uo6 oi bexuai rowerj.ee.
uoarantyuureor money reiunaea. jftaree
low. Agesnd experience ate important. a
mercury or lnjnnous meaicines usea. no time lonuuai
tmiinesf. Patients from a distance treated by mall Medi
nnMnteverrvrhere free from raze or breakase. SUte tow
-aie and tend for terms. Consultation free and confidential,
A BOOK for both sexes, luuitd, sent scaled for 6c in stampa
n U PI I II ATI C liTheGP.EAT TURKISH
nntUmAI lorn rheumatic cupe.
A POSITIVE CUBE for BKEUMATISIL $600 for say
case this treatment fail to cure or tslp. Greatest discorerj'
In annalf of medicine One dose gUes relief- a few doses re"
mores ferer and pain m joints ; Care completed in 5 to 7 days.
Send statement of case with tmp for Circulars. Call, or ad.
Or Henderson, 606Wyandotf e St.. Kansas City.Mew
the are WliK.
S "ARABIAN EYE LOTIOM."
f aToeS dsUchttal eoollno' renedy, very eSTacttre,
et hsrwls to a baby. Warranted. Try it.
Price with fall direetfona.bTazoraaa.il SS. Saad
stamp for hlstreatloebn Diseases of the ITS and
glB, Jnatlwuedbr Br. B. WILSOH,0FraHaM,CUeag,IB.
taTForaale by all ratsoaalhle Drnggtrts.
Drms the well aad Muapseat taa
cnttlngs of the Drill at each
stroke, Driree the easuur or drills
a bole under It to toils follow.
Tests the well without reeaonaa;
tools! Boas easier thaa any other
ana wops ina soois
taster I We also make
I Awarded GOLD MEDAL. LONDON. MRS. tTaeti
ZaB&l by Mason a Hamlin Organ and Piano Cc. Paflraar
gjtfl Palace Car CoJtc Mfd onlr'by the RUSSIA
FTeeatiaeaUy Ui hsf
breed kaowa. Are greal
tayers, goo aethers,
some rlimafe. large
alsa. llr Sock is frosi
best stralas la this
eoaatry. I breed no oth
er variety. Kegs for
settlae- flS) SLS8. Ka-
cloee stamp for clr
K. If. C.-T.
"Im waslytBa te aoaT a Aasa ;
S5 MJj. B - IPiWlXW aaachlnaa
afff M ViJ0& -v rWxaad tools
ob W-m CM VrV-ltor boring
S atawH Usm ijJ wxuai
MMsur BJM Il I aVl?iB
.S rsff Il IBsSsstBaa.
t sbbb ePaHv - Ja'""aBaw
slCT WATCBMBlllir BHHM01 ln it .
va.as fSfiianr hwi sasaraiaai !!
SoMerarywaera, Ills stj Hsd eawilnaws fcas. A. J. Tower. Botoa.
tae eatirasaadla, aad wflll
kaea Tea drr ia awr at
Who bare trifled away their yoatafttt wlgor aad parwer.
who.are safferlnc from terrlMe elratlawi and lt asjea. waa
are wrsadrljBLSFOTBSZf sad aaflt lor iMrriasm.
sad vi8iy?i2V3? ?&$Sfi!te&fi!yRS&m by
early bald's or b(38aDs; earn reeslTe a jpomtXkwm aad JmSU
whohaafalledteCTirbyafsWweeaaeratoalawaat eX Ska eele-
" 1 . ' " rr i rift mitacTslsai
say other method la the world. Weak beak, sttMadtthSL XMJa.
8l0K&lasaitadloatofgflrlti aad aathwioaVBlessaT thevaet,
iuMraON or'Sn&ITTraw vtkRVEn&?2.