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DEVOURED BY DE WOLFE.
Tho Bank Acoouuta of Ills Frlonda
. DoplOtcd By a YoimiT.
HeDesorts a Confiding Wifuaiul Child and
j Marries au Actress-High Life in
i Robbers' Ketreat.
He is Arrested in Montreal For Obtain
ing Money Under False
Mo.nthiul, Can., September L'. II. C.
Do Wolff, who lias been wanted in Now
York by actors of tho Gruu Cotnpauy and
several others, lias been living hero for
tho past week with llebu Vltiiiif;, tho
young actress to whom ho suM he wus
married. Ho seemed to havo plenty ol
cash and lived lu great htylo at tho Wind
sor. This morning he was arrested for
obtaining money under falsi! pretenses
from W. C. Gale, manager of tho Equi
table Life Assuranco Company. Ho has
beeu borrowing money right and left and
has been drinking and gambling heavily
and is now almost a wreck. I Iu pretends
to bo lu partnership with J. A. Kohn k
Co., brokers of New York, and says they
will send him plenty of money. DeWulfo
rafarnlshod his rooms at tho hotel ex
pensively and exhibited a peculiar mania
for tiro arms. Ho had u storo of re
volvers and a large supply of ammuni
tion. When ho camo to pay his hotel
bill ho offered worthless drafts In pay
ment and these wcro accepted. He Is
y MISS VININO
lias returnod to New York. His lifo In
New York Is said to havo been by r)o
means slow. When a boy he was engaged
by tho ttrtn of Williams, Ulack & Co.,
brokers, us an under clerk at six dollars
a week. Ho was quick, and was rapidly
advanced. When tho linn heard that lie
had married a Miss Henriqucn about two
years ago, his salary was Increased to
twenty-llve a week. DeWolfo lived with
his wlfo In Morrlstown, N. J. A friend in
troduced Ldm early last Juno to Baron
Tykquo Do lioss, who, tho friend said,
was a Swedish Baron and tho friend of
Alico Hosiuer, u member (if the Gniu
Opera troupe. The Barou took DeWolfo
to Miss Ilosmer's apartments one even
ing. The tronpe was then playing In
Brooklyn, and for convenience sake liebo
Vlnlng,tho pretty little nineteen-year-old
opera singer, was living with Miss Hos
iuer. DeWolfo fell over head uud ears
In love with her. Ilo borrowed mom y
from the Karon and conllded to him that
llfo was a vacuum away from Belie, lie
proved this by presenting himself at the
theater every night. IIu hurled
FLOWIUIS ON T11K HTAOK
at Inappropriate moments, and at tho
close of the performance he could be found
In the neighborhood of the stugo door.
If he mi't the Baron on these occasions
he would borrow money from hi in, and so
it happened that the Baron took cure to lie
soiuewliero else. DeWolfo always went
home to Morrlstown after the perform
ance. The troupe finished its engagement
In Brooklyn, and began rehearsing In
Newark. Things have gone wrong with
DeWalfe, and for somo r. nsou the linn
of Wm. Black & Co., had no further
need of his services. Among the persons
who had been Impressed by 1) Wolfe's
winning ways was the linn of Julius A.
Kohn & Co., bankers and brokers, at l'J
Broad street. Mr. Kuhn offered hlni a
place at $15 a week. This was about
threo weeks ago. DeWolfo's evenings
were still spent In tho society of Mr.
Gran's opera troupe. Mr. Grau got to
know tho young fellow and paid the usual
fee for the privilege. Mr. DeWolfo con
tinued his attentions to Miss Hebe. On
August L'2 Miss Viuing hurried Into tho
presenco of Miss Hosmer and cried;
' Congratulato met I am engaged to
marry Mr. DeWolfo."
MMS 1I0SMKK WAS 8H0CKKI).
She remembered hearing Do Wolfo talk
about his wife and child in Morrlstown.
Sao said nothing to Miss Vining about
this, but sent a dispatch to DeWolfo ask
ing him to call upon her Immediately.
Mr. DuW olio called and was met with
a phowcr of angrywords from MlsaJlos
met. She ordered him to go to Bcbo and
coness himself a married man.
"Now, tako your choice," added MiS3
Ilosmor. "Go tell Bobo what you aro or
I will lay the whole matter before your
"For God's sako don't tell my wife."
DeWolfe-crled, "and I will explain all to
The same day DeWolfo presented a
check for $W0 to tho cashier of the llrm
by winch ho was employed. Tho 11 rm
suspected that It was Irregular, and Mr.
Kohn spofco sharply to hbu, and DeWolfo
flounced out of the ollico. He visited tho
llev. Mr. Nesbctt, assistant pastor of St.
Chrysostom's chapel, and arranged to bo
married next day. Next ho called upon
Miss Hostner and told her that he had
began proceedings for a divorce and
that the papers would bo la his hands
very shortly. Next day he drovo with
Bebo Viuing and her two sisters to Mr.
Hesbott's and was married to Hebe,
whose real name Is Annie Beatty. This
as Saturday, August 23. When the
members of tho Grau Company assem
bled for rehearsal on Monday Kobe was
missing, as was also Miss Hosmer. The
latter appeared later, however, and re
lated how "poor little Hebe" had been
deceived and carried oft by DeWolfo.
Where they had gone nobody knew.
THINKS I1K 18 OIUZY.
Mkw York, September 2. Dr. Stephen
DeWolfe, tho father of Harold, is a dent
ist of this city. He said to-day: 'Ut
late I have seen my son only two or three
times a year. Tho last tlmo was about
fonr weeks ago. I observed him closely
and waa satislled that his mind was giv
ing away. I thought seriously of taking
steps to havo him conllued. I do not be
lieve he really intends to do wrong, but
thinks that he is extremely wealthy and
that all he has to do to get money is to
write a check for It His wlfo and Infant
on aro iu Morrlstown. Mr. Ocbs, of tho
firm of Juttus A, Kohn & Co., said
that DeWorfe had requested W. C. Gale,
manager of of the Equitable Llfo Assur
ance Company, of Montreal, to cash two
checks on Kohn & Co. for htm. One was
,5oo and the other for 8150. Mr. Galo
promised to do so il ho would wait a few
days, lie then wrote to Mr. Ochs' Urm,
from whom be learned that DeWoife had
no account there, and that the checks wero
worthless. Mr. Ochs added that his llrm
had received a number of checks from
various persons who had advanced Do
WoU mosey on the strength of his aU
Jptrljutn iMRUnnjvJJ&tb Arm
TUB FI.OOH UAVK WAY.
An ExoltiuirTiiun hi a LouUvilla The-uttr-Sonioboily
Lons villi:, Kv., September 2. A
packed house attended thu opening of
Whallon's new theater last ulght. Dur
ing tho Inaugural ceremonies, which wero
being conducted by Senator-olect J. C. S.
Blackburn, the lower tloor gavo way near
the mam entrance ou tho Green street
side, uud sunk about eighteen Inches. A
columu which supported a wlug of tho
balcony went down with the floor.
Somebody started the cry of tiro, ami
men und women Instantly left their
seats and made a stampede
for tho places of egress. Several men
jumped out of the rear windows. Sevural
women wero knocked down, but uo ouo
was seriously Injured. Mauuger Whallon
appeared, and asked tho people to bo
seated. Twenty minutes intcrtho excite
ment was over, and cvory soat lu tho
houso was occupied. In tho hurry to
complete the new building a series of uu
subsUintlal cleats, upon which heavy
pieces of scantling wero uallcd,
hud been fastened to tho joists near the
Green street entrance. Tho pressure wa
too heavy, and henco tho accident.
now auk nii: mkjiitv iwi.lk.v.
SiUinif Bull tho Whilom Terror of the
Plnlna Beooins a Monajferie.
Uis.m aki'k, Dak., September 2. Sitting
Bull arrived hero lust evening from Fort
Yates lu tho compauy of several gentle
men from St. Paul, who havo formed a
nyiidlcato to exhibit tho Chief iu the
principal cities of tho East and In Europe.
This enterprise Is a result of the man's
deslro to add all ho can to his early pos
sessions. Ho Is very greedy for money.
His autograph ho sells at one dollar
each, aud has sold hundreds of them.
Ho takos with him about 01,000 worth of
Sioux curiosities, consisting of war bon
nets, axes, scalps, tepees, robes, pontes,
trappings, otc. Ho will be accompanied
by his nephew, Ouo Bull. The Indian
Department givos Its full consent to tho
journey. Tho gentlemen who havo set
out In this novel business havo an abund
ance of capital aud count on making great
proUts. Sitting Bull is to havo one
'I'll U A. M. J A Kit HIT HUUNUD.
Tho Costly Flro tho Result of a Potty
Qci.Ntv, III., September 2. This
morning, at about llvo o'clock, the steam
er A. M. Jarrett, owned by A. M. Jarrett,
Mayor of (Juincy, was discovered to bo
on fire at Its moorings, near tho Islaud
on the opposite side of tho river. Doc.
McCaun, the watchman, was tho only
man ou board and ho thinks tho lire was tho
work of an luccudiary. Thero had boon uo
lire on the boat for twenty-four hours and
a mau ou tho Isluud, with whom McCanu
hud hud some dilllculty, had threutend to
put him in tho river. Alter tho cablo
parted tho doomed boat drlftod out In tho
buy nnd grounded In threa feet of water.
She burned to Uio water's edge and Is a
total wreck. Tho A. M. Jarrett was
built three years ago at a cost of $1G,000.
Slio was Insured for 08,000.
A Good ilauU
Ft. Smith, Akic, September 2. A
Deputy Marshal arrived last evening from
tho Chickasaw Nation, having tlftcon
prisoners In charge, llanua, a Creek,
and Chub Moore, a Chickasaw Indian aro
charged with murder. Chub was wounded
severely while being arrested, and was
brought 205 miles In a hack, but stood
the journey remarkably well. On tho trip,
Ueevo , the olllcer, killed Frank Buck In
self-defouso. Buck was chargod with
larceny. Tho remaining prisoners aro
charged with larceny and Importing
A Foolish Boy's Freak Costs Two Lives.
BALTiMoni:, Mo., September 2. Whllo
Mrs. James Novae, agod eighteen, was
sitting at her window Sunday night, some
mischievous boys threw a dead cat into
tho window. It foil on her lap and
frightenud her Into convulsions. At mid
night she gavo bb-tb to a child, which
died In a few minutes, in tho morning
the mother also died. Tho boy suspected
of being tho cause has been sent to Can
ada by his parents to avoid arrest.
SinR-ular Causo of Death.
Alton, III., Septombor 2. While Miss
Catherine Floss was dressing a catfish
six weeks ago, ono of Us "fins" pierced
tho palm of her hand. The pain Increased
steadily, and tho hand swelled. Every,
thing possiblo was done for her relief,
but without avail. Finally mortification
set in, and last week tho attending phy
sician amputated her arm. This at first
gavo her relief, but blood-poisoning had
set In, and sho died yesterday.
Jumped in the Lake.
Toronto, September 2. Whllo two'
prisoners named Drake and Dunbar wcro
being taken by steamer from Port Arthur
to the Kingston Penitentiary both jumped
overboard In Lake Huron, thrco miles
from laud, and Dunbar was drowned be
fore the steamer's boats could roach hlni.
Drake, who had got rid of his shackles,
managed to keep afloat till rcscuod, al
most dead from exhaustion. Tho men
in the dark had mistaken the dlstauce
Missing- County Treasurer.
Portland, Ore., September 2. Noth
ing has yet been heard from W. D. Pct
tlngcr, tho missing Treasurer of Wash
ington County, who left a few days ago.
The authorities for some reason do not'
seem anxious to capture him. Tho Treas
ury is said to bo short 022,000. Tho total
liabilities of Pettlnger's business are
placed at 000,000, with actual assots of
Worked by a Sharper.
Rock Island, III., September 2. A
sharper, calling himself Dr. Leo Harrison
has victimized tho cltiiens of Davenport
to the extent of several thousand dollars.
He claimed Ubo a mad-stono doctor, and
advertised to cure any hvmaa ailment.
Besides getting several largo sums for
treating patients, he borrowed considera
ble money, and also contracted large bills
among the merchauts.
Nkw York, Septombor 2. Judge Don
ohue appointed Charles J. Osborne, one
of tho director, receiver of the Wail
Street Bank, lie also ordered a dividend
of sixty-five coots to be paid the do-
Tom Oohlltroc'a Roportod With
drawal From tho Raoo for
Ooiikliug to tho Solicited to Kuter thu
Ouuvoss and Make Speeches Tor
Blumo Will Ho Relent?
Latest News From the Elections in Ar
kansas and Vennout A Demo
cratic Gain Reported.
To Bo Tuksn With Caution.
I IIoi-ston.Tkx., September;!. Theuows
of Tom OchUtree'ti refusal to run against
Cralulntuo (lalvestou District reached
hero last night, creating considerable stir.
Ills friends think he has shown his usual
. shrewdness lu withdrawing. It is learned
that Bonun.ii Mackey has made Ochiltree
General Supeilutoixhautof tho New York,
Texas & Mexican Railway, at a salary of
610,000 a year. Ochiltree Is to assume
tho duties of his new office at tho oud of
his Congressional term. It Is alo stated
that this road will bo pushed on Into
Mexico without fnrthor dulsv. Mantr nf
Ochiltree confiding frlouds at OaUresion
Will bo rejoiced at hearing of Ids being
made tho reclplontof such a handsome
Will Conkllnir Rslantf
Amiasv, 'N. Y., September 2. Hou.
Roseoo Conkllug passed through Albany
on his way to Utlea, where Hon. George
C. Gordon will spend a fow days with
him. Tho half-breed polltiemnn bore aro
curious to know thu uiovomonta of thoao
stalwart leaders. Some of thorn fear
that they forbodo uo good to Llakio's
uuiruss, wuuo outers suspect thaVomo
sort of a conference Is going on over a
proposition of certain frlomls of Blalno
to return CoukJiug to tho United States
Senate, It may bo slated ou author
ity that thr.ro Is no foun
dation for tho story that Conkllng will
try to go back to tho Seuato. II i would
not take u seat in tho Sonatn If It was
uuanlniously tendered. Somo of his old
friends, who are now supporting Blaine
have been sounded to sea If Conkllng
would make tlireo or four speeches for
Blulue. Conkllng has been delicately ap
proached on tho subject and his answers
havo been such us to loavo no doubt In
tho ruiuds of his friends that ofllclal sta
tion bus uo further alluremouU for him.
Ho desires nothing for himself or Blalno
Latest From tha Arkansas ElootVon.
LtTTi.ii Rock, Auk., Septombor 2. Tho
election lu this State yesterday will show
probably the largest voto ever cast m this
State by both tho Republican and Demo
cratic parties. Tho members of the
Democratic State Committee claim their
majority from 37,000 as shown at the
election two years ago, to nearly 50,000.
The telegrams received hero, whllo not
uivlnirunv (Inures, show that tlm Mm,.
crats polled an unusually largo voto all
over tho State. In this county, with tho
largest population voto lu tho State, tho
battle was hotly contested. In this city
many Democrats closed their stores a
portion of tho day and worked at tho
Tho excitement Is running high In
Eastman Township. Tho Republicans
endeavored to havo tho election place
chmiL'ed to a noirra riivn. ImL tha t.r.
crats compelled tho removal of tho box to
tho place designated by tho election pro
clamation. Trouble Is reported In East
man Township, but not of a serious char
acter. Thoro was colonization of negroes
in that township and Big Rock Precinct.
While the returns aro not yet all In,
enough Is known to causo a belief that
tho entire Democratic ticket will bo
elected. Tho Democratic noralneo for
Sheriff was opposed by tho Independent
Republican and Straight Rcpubllcau can
didates, thus dividing tho voto and
making tho election of tho Democrat a
The Situation In Vermont.
Montpklier, Vt., September 2. Not
withstanding tho slack canvass and the
slack Issues, It Is believed a pretty full
voto will bo polled. To-day's voto will
be compared with that for Governor In
1880, when the Republicans polled 47,81 1 ;
tho Democrats 21,245, and tho Green
backers 1,600. Tho Greeubackcrs and
Independents both havo tickets In tho
Held. The Independent ticket Is Identi
cal with tho Republican except tho Gov
ernor and Lieutenant-Governor. Besides
tho Stato ticket two members of Con
gress and members of tho Legislature
will bo elected. Tho last Legislature
had 150 Republicans, a majority on joint
Concord, N. II., September 2. Tho
Republican Stato Convention met to-day.
Mr. Green was made Chairman. Tho
Hon. Moody Currier was nominated for
Independent Labor Party.
New Orleans, La., September 2. The
Independent and Labor party of Louisi
ana was organized yesterday and a cam
paign committee appointed. Tho Repub
lican National ticket and platform were
Republican State Convention Driven
Out or Town by Frank James.
Jefkkimon Citv, Mo., September 2.
The Republican Stato Central Commltteo
convened In tho Madison House parlor
this morning, when no quorum being
present, an adjournment was ordered
till seven o'clock this evening. Eleven
members out of tho thirty-two wero
cither present or represented by
proxy, and six more were
necessary to make a quorum. Tho mem
bors present remained in close consulta
tion up till noon, und quickly "fired" all
newspaper men. Major Warner read a
large number of letters received by him
from all parte of the State, and without
a single exception they demanded tho re
moval of the Convention. All the mem
bers of tho committee hero are a unit on
this question and It Is certainly safe to say
that It will be moved; and tho Indica
tions ore that it will come here. Hanni
bal, Sedalla and Macon City have each
pot In a bid, and Kanaaa City and St.
Loots hnve also been mined. Several
resolutions adopted by a roonnt nineties
denouncing tho fair board tor their luvh
tatlou to Frank James, but this comoj
too late to do any good.
Triuperauoo Maas-numltnir at Cliiviv
Ci.evici.am, ()., September 2. Tho
teiuporauco uiass nieetliig, which. waad.
dressed hut night by Juo. P. St. John,
the temperance candidate for President,
was attended by 5,000 people.
Mr. St. John said he was amacd
at tlio growth aud vigor ol
the Prohlbltu.il party. U was the only
party that was growlug. Tho liupubll
cans and Democrats are at a ataod-stlil,
or losing ground. Tbo Democrats wuru
the avowed riiuiutiti of prohibition.
Tho Repubilruus wero lirpocrltleal
friends, llo had been a livpubllcau
himself uutll tho 24th of June last.
Ills principles had been bllsturud aud
burned Into hlin In bleeding Kaunas,
When tho Republican party put forth
Its platform this year he had said ll
he lived uutll November ho would cast a
vote lu rebuke of thu cowardice o(
that party, uud with God's help lm
would. Mr. SI. John read from Mr.
Blalnu's letter of u few months ago re.
gardlng tho disposal of thu Treasury nor
plus to show that Mr. Blalno looked far
ward to no disturbance of tho liquor
Governor St. John Is now on his way
to his homo at Oluthc, Kas. IIu will
probably speak at Jacksonville, 111.
Ol TU I A 1.1. V SI It AMil.lCI).
llaniriiiK of Martin Wuinborirnr at I'ittH
burgh ilm Grtmn.
Pn THiiutiiit, Pa., Soj tmnbor 'J.Gov
crimr Paulson at a Into hour lust eveiiLuu
declined to I u turf ere wllh tho execution
of the law lu tho casu of Martin Welu
burger. Accordingly ho was hanged al
10:87 this morning for tho murder of his
countryman and companion lu business,
Louis Golfreuud, Juno 10th, IHM2. Ou
tho day of thu murder the two lluiigtunm
peddlers, whllo traveling togutlMir In (lot
freuud's wagon, quarreled, und (lot
freund was shot by his companion, who,
lu order to conoeul tho crime, hid the
body lu tho woods.
It was subsequently discovered lu an
advanced staloof decomposition. Search
was made for tho murdered man's .com
puulon, when ll was discovered that ho
iiad sold tho horse and wagon to an Ohio
farmer und returned to this city, where
ho was arrested, tried and convlctud on
circumstantial evidence. Weinberger
claimed all along that Gotfrcund shot him
self, aud 11 was not until recently thai ho
admitted the crime. Ills iiuek was not
broken, and ho strangled to death lu III
BASK It A l-lj IIUl.V IIIKS.
Ceore of Oiiiiina I'luyod on Monday
Baltimore, Md. St. Louis Unions, 0;
Baltimore Unions, 2.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Virginias, 10; Alle
Brooklyn, N, Y. Metropolitans, 13;
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 7; Chi
'Toledo, O. Cincinnati-, 12; 'Ii
Philadelphia, Pa. Pliliadelphlas, (i;
Dc trolls, .
A Good Cranio.
Norfolk, Va., September 2. Tho
finest game of ball ever played In this
city was played yesterday between the
orioles, of Baltimore, and tho Norfolk
nine. The score was I to I ou the 12th
luulug, and the game had to bo called lu
order to allow tho Oiloles to tako tho
Brighton Boach Raoos.
New York, September 2. Tho excel
lent programmo at Brighton Beach yes
terday was carried out successfully.
First R.ico Maiden two-year-olds,
five-eighths mile: JnncUe's Pride, first;
Ma Chere, second; Lenox, third. Time,
Second Race Selling purse, ono uud
ono-elghth miles: Swift, llrwt; Casino,
second; Bull's Head, third. Tlmo 2:00.
Third llaec Handicap, one and ono
half miles: Murklund, first; Tllford, sec
ond; Wavo O' Light, third. Time, 2:41
Fourth Race Consolation stakes, sev
en furlongs: Topsey, first; Mattlo Rap
ture, second; Joe Murray, third. Time,
Fifth Race All agos, ono mile: Nor
thana, first; Pollnnrus, second; Treas
urer, third. Time, 1:40.
Sixth Race Handicap hurdlo race,
over flvo hurdles, ouo and one-quarter
miles: Bally, first; Correct, second;
Claudo Brannon, third. Tlmo, 2:22.
Grain in Store.
Chicago, September 2. Tho vlslblo
supply of grain, September 1, as com
piled by tho Secretary of tho Chicago
Boiird of Trade, Is: Wheat, 17,774,000
bushels; corn, 41,127,000 bushels; oats,
1,704,000; rye, 710,000; barley, 1117,000.
Wheat shows au lucrcase of ou,000 bush
els as compared with last week.
All Quiet at Coal Centre.
Coal Centre, Pa., September 2.
Sheriff Chambers arrived hero last night,
and will remain to soe that ample protec
tion Is glveu to all who desire to work,
The strikers havo mado no attempt to In
tercept any non-nnloulsts on their way to
work since Saturday morning, and It Is
thought that many will avail themselves
of tho Shuriff's presouco to return to the
mines. No troublo Is anticipated to-day.
Saratooa, Soptembcr 2. Tho Trans
continental Association, comprising tho
railroads west of tho Missouri Valley
concerned In tho California trade, are
holding an executive session at the Grand
Union. They will bo In session a week
or ten days. The object is to regelate
the rates and place tho Association on a
more sound basis.
Coitoiw, N. Y., September 2. Tho
fourteen and eighteen Inch trains in the
Albany Iron works started up again yes
terday, the men accepting the ten per
cent, reduction in wages. They bad been'
Idle for somo tlmo. Other departments
will soon start up on the same basis,
giving employment to hundreds of men.
Fire in a Treasury.
GttANViiiB, Mass., Septombor 3.Firo
destroyed the City Treasurer's office and)
tour other bgMPfs. Ifl-llo1!!
l or the (..uro ol (..'otii'lm. Colds
llo.meiu";';, Uroin liitis.Crotm. Infln-
II. i, :Ylliin;i, Whooping Cough, In
iim-iil t oii Miinut nn ami for t w tc
lief of i oii:ii, ui it i ve persons in advan
ced st.n;r;o the Disease. 'orS:ile
l-y all Druggists hi,e, 2c Cents.
II" you fed dull, drowsy,
luvc lri (ut ill Ii c it ( a i: li c,
lilt Ml I ll I. id'", !;n, inii- ;iii' -tile,
Inll'MI'1 ni.ilcil, ynu ait!
t r mi bit wiili torpid liv r or
" liilioiisllrss." 'y i y,M
'.tlll'ir, lit 11 a few I M 1 1 1 - -. 1. 1'
Hops and Malt Bittcra will
t urt: you ? I )o iml lie pv r
Mi.ulcd to try ''.oiuclliiii1; d ,
s.iid lo lie ju-,1 as ootid. '",,,
sale !y all dealers.
HOPS & MALT
THE 111 SI HLMtUY IN THE WORIUFOR THE CURE
OF ALL UlSfASES Pt;illlAll TO FtMAUS.
II. Is a Spec lie fur Hie cure nf J'alllnunr tlm
W.iiiiIi, l.i iH iirihii ,i, I'iiIii In Hie Hack, Painful
ir.Siiini'SM'i .Mt'iisliiialliiti, MihhIIiik. Kalnl
liiK SiMisailniiM, mill all llic viiili'il Iriinlili'H iit
li'iiilinu Hie I'i'OmI know nan Change of Lll'o.
MERREITS FEMALE TONIC
ami ,ntki.m;'I II lollm Vi kiiinu I'i ni tionh,
i'v. 'limit lii'.illliy iii'IIiiii. ami H'slnrliiK llii'lii tit
Hii lr iml iM.il i Ilium. It I pli'iihanl o the
Lc.lc, Mil IH'hl.FV AT.NV TIMIC, 11 Ml I I H
h illy u "Mother's l'Vlcinl." I i'nr furl tier ad
vice ri ail iMitii'II s Alniaiuc.l hull ilireelluns
Willi 1'in li Imiili'. I 'i k... . i mi, I'rrimri'il iv
JACOU S. MI'.UKr.I.I., fit. Louis, Mo
'''U liy ml In iikuIsi ami Hr.ni'iniii Meiin liic
017 Sr. Charlos St. )'. LOUIS, M0.
A l'Birulnr f J rml mil in (wi medical
nilli'Ki s, In lolii'i'i I'llKKi'il hi till! tri"!l'.-
nii'iil nr -iironii., NorvmiM, HUlii mid
1 lliMiil IiImi-iimi'h lli.'in tuiv olll'T pliywlrlitii In
HI. .mil", lit rli v :ith alinw rinl nil i. Ill ril
di'iiM know, 1'iiiiHiilliillnn aloillcn orb vn. all,
fiii' iiml I ii v I ffl . A Irlinilly luik or Iiih opinion
emit iiothliit;. Wlii'ii It Is I'm vi'lili'nl tovlilt
tlin I'lly lor trriilmrnt. rn I -Oio n (-mi lie H'lit
tiyinnllor i'Xiri'iH I'vi'rvwtit'ii1. t m-nlili1 caii'1
lei'ii'inili'i'il : wliiri ilouht tx'ot.H M (lankly
uuii.l. tailor Write,
NprTrw Prnalratlon, , IMililt , Marital and
Vliywlral Wfaknemi, Hyrrmlal ami ether
aflfftliinn nf Throat, Khlnan4 llniien, l.lonil
Impurltlm ami Monti I'lilminlng, kln AfTcf
tlona, Old Knrra ami l.'lrfru, linpiwilnirnlMti)
Marrlatrw, lllifiinntl.m, IMIm. Special afr
tendon to rinr-i from orfr-wnrkrd brsln.
KU 1(1 10 h CASKS rural vajiporla I al t ontlnn.
Illipiua arlnlni; from linprinlf nm, KieaaiMj
ImliilKcnres or Kipunur,
It la ni'ir-ovhli nt Hint a pliyilclnit fryliKf
firarl l.-iilur nlti'iitlon to a clnsn ol' enwt, nUnlin
Kri'iil skill, ami li yslr linta In ri'ifoliir p.'urllifl
all iiver tlm country khowlnit Hit", free 'enlly
recoiuiiiiinii ma lo llieolili ".t ollli e le Ameri
ca, whcrtievury known aiiplliini' l Mirt
to, ami tho proveil uooil reiiiodin ' cf aU
Kc anil criiintrles are un il. A wbole Ifiiao Is
nii'il luroin. e ui '0-i'K, ninl all aro tientiHl with
kill lu a re-i'i'i'tful iniiuueri uml, knoir.iin
what loilo, iineM'erlinentniromii'li'. Oil i.o
count nf tlin giioU niiiiiln'i' iipplylny. the
pharKin are kept low, nrti n lower limn i (-niateli'illiyollii-r".
If you wrurn the nkt I I a
Bel anpenlv ami purl'ii't life i-ure, ihal .a .no
linporliiut innller. I'liiuplilct, ilQ iiu9. 8. 'lit
to any ftdUrirm froe.
plfa3.!MARRIAGE GUIDE (pagls
lCli'irniit rlolh ami trill lilmllm;. Hcnleil for to
ci'iitilii poHinueor I'lirreney. Over tlfly w.m
m rliil pen pli't'tri a. Inn, tollfe, arlleles on II '.a
fnllnttliiit milijei'ts! Who may imirry 1 whon it?
whyf rroperauelonuirrv, Wlioniarry tl r -T
Muiilinnil, WotiinnliiKiil. C hymciil ileeay. Wjo
liniilil man v. How life nml hupplnen may oo
lniTi'it'iil. 'l'homi innrrkil or eniiteinplut
piarrvliiK nlmul I read It. Itoticlit lo lie real
liy all mlull permnn, then keit iimler look ail
key, i'opiil.ir t'dltloii.mimeai aliove, liut papi
cover nml -M pugi'S, ?6 ceuta by mull, 1 uionev
J AHS PYLE'
TUE ItEST'TJIISG KXOU'X
In Hard or Ml, Hot'" 'M Waton
I.AROK, TIMK 4' 'jItHuoJl
family, rlob or Vwr, tUoitlil ba 'mt t
Bold by alt oixwy V&ll? W
oll tlealuneil to mtIetl. I J;A Jfo
ONLY liAFK lHir-v m "'''JSi'of" "
ay bes'a tbs abova aymwl, auo uaiu