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A FATAL EXPLOSION
b the Mala Building or the Chicago Na
tional Fireworks to Three Feroo In
stantly Killed, and Six Others Seriously
Injured The Wrecked Ituiliiing Entire.
If Consumed by Fire Resulting from the
Kiploilon The Killed.
Chicago. April 16. An explosion in
the main building of the Chicago Na
tional Fireworks Co.. near Urose
Point, a small villag-e, situated 14 miles
from Chieaffo at b: 10 yesterday morning-,
resulted in the death of three per
sons and the serious injury of six oth
ers. The explosion was caused by a spark
from a hammer with which Niculaus
Ilarre was packing the end of a fire
cracker. There were several hundred
pounds of giant powder in the room,
and this was ijrnited by the sparks from
the exploded cracker.
The Jiarre boy was blown through
the roof of the building-, and his body
rv as seen to lodge on a corner of that
portion of the roof which remained in
tact. His sister Annie was in an adjoining-
room, separated only by a thin
partition. The wall was blown in
aud a sheet of ilame overcame her.
Uefore help could arrive her clothing
had burned entirely off, aud her body
was charred and blackened.
Emma Simpski was in the same room
and was throw n ag-ainst the walL She
died at 10:30, shortly after being- taken
Lizzie Schaskin, Charles Cong.lon,
Annie Creeson, Kate Tahlman anil J.
Lcavy, the foreman, were all burned
about the face and hands.
There are 11 buildings connected
w ith the main factory and the other
Is employes were working in different
parts of these. It is on this account
that a more appalling loss of life did
I'ii-e broke out in the large frane
building, which was entirely consumed
a an incredibly short time, those
cming to the rescue of the injured
tuvinjr a hard time getting them out.
THE WAR IN CUBA.
'Several Small Engagements Without Defi
Havana, April Hi. Col 1'intus re
ports that his command had a fitrht
with a party of insurgents under
Masso ce.ir l'ozo Kcdondo, in the
Havana province. The engagement
terminate in a hand-to-hand encoun
ter, in wiich the rebels fought des
perately ith machetes. The result,
according y Col. I'intov report, was
that the refc. lst ten killed, while
the g-overnnl i foroe had only one
A party o jl -Mas while foraging
near Matauza.A 1COuntered a superior
l.rce of the en-V and a battle fol
w.ved, in which) x of the guerillas
tvere killed anioue was wounded.
The column com abided bv Lieut. Col.
Navarro came to assistance of the
guerillas, and thecombined govern
ment forces defeate&the rebels.
A band of 11 guUas while on a
foraging expedition h the vicinity of
San Antonio de Las Vagas. in the
province of llavana, wn surprised by
a party of rebels, 1.0 W tro:ig, under
1'ae leader Castillos. they made a
'jrave defense, but only teu 0f their
number escaped, ten being jailed anj
ane wounded. It is said Vat Lieut. -Col.
Debos and Capt. I'Ssbe have
been promoted for their v.l0r in the
recent battle near Lechuza.
It is reported that some oi Maeeo's
forces made an attack upon ttetrocha,
near the south of the line, 'luesdav,
but were compelled to retire by the
g-uuboat Almeudares and the annsh
Dardo, aided by a local force.
Ueld to Itnll for Their Aearatice SiuJ
day Tlie Witnesses Locked lp.
ruiLADKl.riiiA, April Id. John h.
Hart, of the Hart line, the charterer
j the steamer liermmla; Capt. John
U'Urien, of Newark, X. J., who com
manded the vessel on her recent fili
bustering trip from New York to Cuba,
led Mates Edward Murphy and Albert
aimouson, of New York,, were ar
raigned lefore United States Commis
sioner Bell yesterday afternoon on the
charge of engaging in the late expedi
tion. The commissioner refused to quash
the warrants and continued the hear
ing until Saturday. The accused were
held in i'oUO bail each aud 13 seamen
of the Bermuda were Held m SIO'J each
for their appearance as witnesses.
The sailors were committed in default
THE OLYMPIAN GAMES
Closed, to the Viitors With the Distribu
tion of the 1'rizes.
Athens, April It-. The Olympian
frames closed yesterday with the dis
tribution of prizes to the victors in
the various contests. The weather
was perfect and the stadium was
crowded with people. When the king
and the royal party arrived a Pindaric
-ode on the game was delivered by Mr.
Uobertson, an American, after which,
according to the ancient custom, the
.Ling personally handed to each win
der of a first prize a wreath fashioned
of wild olive plucked from the trees
at Olympic., and laurel wreathes were
driven to the winners of second prizes.
All the prize winners then received
diplomas and medals. The stadium
band then played the national air of
each country renresente J in the games,
to which music all of the prize win
ners paraded. After the parade the
pames were declared by the king to be
ended. Among the athletes who re
ceived crowns were 11 Americans.
TO ASSESS DAMAGES
Growing Out of the Seizure of Vessels En
gajed In sealing in llehrln Sea.
Vashi:"ton, April 1G. I" radically
without opposition and without taking
. a yea aud nay vote, the senate yester
day afternoon, ia executive session,
ratified the treaty with Great Britain
providing for the appointment of a
commission for the assessment of the
-damages growing out of the seizure ol
eessels engaged in sealing in the Bea
ring sea. There were one or two ver
bal but practically unimportant ameml
' tuc mcoAi dadtv ', ll THE BURDEN JEWELS
Should It succeed In Gaining Power la
the Dominion, Would lie In Favor of
Reciprocity and More Liberal Trade
Relations With the I'nlted States, on Ac
count of the Economic Disabilities Ex
isting in Canada.
Washington, April 17. Hon. Edward
Farrar, of Toronto, one of the leaders
of the liberal party in Canada, has ad
dressed a long and very carefully-prepared
communication to the house
committee on ways and means on the
subject of reciprocity. Mr. Farrar,
after an exhaustive historical review
of the past history of the subjeet,
"The conservative party adopted
protection, so it said, because it was
unable to obtain closer trade relations
with the United States, and in order
to force the United States to concede
them. The protectionist interests
are now so strong politically that
to-day the party places protection first
and reciprocity last. During the last
few years Canadian imports from the
United States have grown, while those
from Britain have fallen off. The
imports from the United States for the
15 years, 1S 1-1 &.". were ST.VJ.iXhi.OOO;
the imports from Britain during the
same period Si:i!.j0it.0U0.
American iron and steel is displacing
British in the Canadian market and
there is a growing call for American
machinery and other manufactures
which are in many cases better adapted
than British to Canadian condition
anil requirements. With a liberal
reciprocity treaty favoring Americas
manufactures there can be no doubt
that the imports from the United
States would rapidly increase, to the
benefit alike of the Canadian farmer
and the American artisan. The pro
tective tariff in Canada has not fu'-
filled expectations. The home marke.
is sinaJl, numerically, and scattered
over avast area. Hence the cost ol
selling and shipping goods is es
orbitaut. and the cost of manufactur
ing them high, because iuacufa!
turcrs are unable to specialize
their labor aud machinery fo
the production of special lines,
It happens also that eoal is found onb
at the extremities of the Dominion, it.
Nova Scotia ami British Columbia, 4,lBjr
The percentage of increase in th
population of the Dominion between
IS! ami i-Ul. with protection in force,
was only 11.70. or less than the per
centage in an old and overcrowded
community like England and Wales,
and not half as great as the percentage
in the United States. It can not be
doubted that the slow progress of Can
ada is due. in great part, to her eco
The liberal party think that these
and other questions affecting the wel
fare of two countries might be placed
upon a satisfactory basis by means of
a general scheme for closer commer
cial intercourse. They do not discuss
the question of political union in their
platforms or in their speeches before
the public, ami have nothing to say on
that subject. But they do think that
both the United States and Canad
would le benefited by the adoption o.
more intimate trade relations, and
should they obtain power a few weeks
hence, will, no doubt, take an early
opportunity of placing the ease before
the government at Washington.
HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN j
To be Huilt, at a Cost of Half a Million, (
by Henry C. Frick. j
PlTTSitriiiiii. Pa., April 17. npnry j
C. Frick, chairman of the Carnegie ;
Steel Co., will build a magnificent hos- i
pital for children on Squirrel hill, i
within the next, year, at a cost ol ;
llnry ''. f'nk.
S.Vxi.ikO. The building will be erected
on a plot, ,f 4,) acivs which Mr. Frick
owns at Phillips and Forward avenues.
The plot win !e transformed into a
private park and flower garden. The
hospiMl wiu. aeed under the con
trol of the Episcopal church. N
money will be spare,i to make the in
stition the Vstpf its kind.
THi: HARRISONS AT HOME.
An Informal RreDtOI1 , Indianapolil
Friend, ,nd others.
ISDIANAI'OI.IS, ln( April i-Kx-President
and .Mrs. Harrison gave the
first of a series of informal receptions
yesterday afternoon, and the occasion
proved an enjoyable one to the friends
that availed themselves of the oppor
tunity toeall and extend their congrat
ulations. Among those present were
many of the close political f Hen ds oi
the ex-president who live out of the
city, and nearly all of those who re
ceived the cards announcing their
Tea was served in the dining room
by Mrs. Clifford Arick, assisted by
Miss Jesiic Miller, daughter of the ex
ED STREETER CAPTURED.
Hot hut Ineffectual Pursuit of Han)
Wl.NTKRSKT. Ia.. April 17. Ed Street
er, who accompanied C. O. Davies. the
East l'eru bank wrecker, in his night
from jail Tuesday, was apprehended
last evening after a hot chase of six
miles through the woods north of
here. Davies was seen but eluded his
pursuers, A posse of 500 farmers is
watching for him and have surrounded
a heavy strip of timber where it is be
lieved he is ia hiding. There is no
doubt he will be lynched if cantuied.
the PafllUt's Unfortunate ret Accident
ally Electrocuted and Fitz Himself His
a Close Call Leaned for Support Un au
Electric Light Wire Which liroke. One
End Falling I pun the Lion, Causing Its
Cleveland, O., April 17. Bob Fitz
simraons' pet lion. Nero, is dead and
Bob himseif received a very close call
at the time of the animal's demise.
Fitzsimmons is filling a week's en
gagement at a local theater. He kept
the lion chained on the roof of the
Last night at 12 o'clock Fitz, ac
companied by Koeber, the wrestler,
ascended to the lion's quarters to feel
it. The pugilist was beautifully tuned
up with liquor, and was exhausted
when he reached the roof. He itaned
for supjmrt on the first available thiug,
which happened to be an electric Ittrht
wire. It snapped in two uude-,' his
weight, and one end of the wirfc fell
upon and clung to Nero.
The frightened beast sprang o"er the
edge of the roof, the wire clinging to
it and burning its flesh. Fitz fraUbed
the chain and after a hard struggle
pulled his pet back on the roof, but not
until it had been strangled i death.
Koeber did not notice the danger iiis
companion was in, and it was weil for
him that he did not.
In taking hold of the ychain Fitz
made himself a part of thileadly cur
rent and was terribly ! lied about
the hands. Had not tljS wire beer
loosened from the animat body wher
it was hauled back on.ie roof it is
probable that Bob ai fXero woulc
have passed in tiieir I feks together
A Hill to Kestore thi' 4Mnc; of l'euslom
Fmler the Law of V f ariil U Krttorf
I'eusions Keduccd if ftUast-outiiiueil.
Washington, A ftul -There was s
long conference in Speaker Heed's com
mittee room yesterday, at which wort
also prcacut Messrs. Dingley, of Maine.
Dalzell of Pennsylvania, Payne of
New York, and l'ickler of South Da
kota. Mr. Pieklcr's invalid pensions com
mittee has recent lj' completed a gen
eral administrative pension bill de
signed to facilitate the allowauce of
pensions. Its most imp rtaut feature is
one which restores the ratings on
pensions under the law of 1;mi, which
were in vogue under the Harrison ad '
minh'trat'.oii. It replaces on the rolls
the n en who have been dropped and
re-eat ablishes the pensions of those
whose pensions huve been reduced by j
the pension otlice. It further provides j
that 1.0 pension shall be discontinued !
or reduced hereafter except for fraud j
or recovery from disability. The bill j
will, if enacted into a law, increase
the p.-nsion bmlget between t'J.oDD.OO'J
and Ci.noo.WHHJ annually.
The purpose of the conference was
to consider this measure, correct its
phraseology, where necessary, and so
perfect its legal form as not on)y to
securi its passage through congress,
but tfte president's approval as well.
It was decided that the section relat
ing to vicious habits should be so
changed as to require that proof
should be furnished that the disease
for which a pension is asked should
not be due to vicious habits. Other
changes of less importance were agreed
upon, aud the bill in its amended lorn,
will be again submitted by Mr. Pick
ler to his committe".
It was also agreed --at debate on the
measure shall be praet:-..-'ly unlimited
in order that all the me:ulv"s who de
sire to be heard upon the subject shall
be afforded an opportunity.
A STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT.
.-Sllt-Kt-ll f-Ull'Mlt' CI I Lilt? fl f'lMlHIll IB I
t.isuntic Forgery ase.
New Yt'KK, April 10. When the
clerk in Part I., general sessions, to
day called tiie name nf Joseph Lewis
to answer to four in helments for
forgery tiiere was a startling an
nouncement that the defendant was
dead, having committed suicide this
morning. The" announcement was
made by the firm representing the de
fense, but tiie recorder and assistant
district attorney were incredulous, and
the recorder ordered that the bail for
Sr'lii.iXKi be forfeited.
The story of the charges against
Lewis was a big one when it first
came out. He was the mavager i-f the
firm of N. A. Schloss fc o., of ."."J and
5.V1 Broadway. The firm maiiufao
tured boys' clothing. Lewis" alleged
peculations wen- said to have aggre
gated several hundred thousand dol
lars. The amount which was taken
was never accurately ascertained, but
was so large as to cause the failure ol
the firm in December, lsjZ, for more
than a million dollars. Tin story that
developed at that time was the talk of
the clothing taue for months after
ward. The dispatch announcing the suicide
purported to come from an undertaker
MAY BE CONTEMPTIBLE.
Hut It Doesn't Do for Foreigners to "Ueg
Ister' Their Contempt fur Our Election
Finui.ey, O., April 17. Uev. Joseph
Eben Powell has been convicted by a
jury. The minister was indicted at
the January term of court for false
registration, lie is a native of En
g la ml and registered aud voted with
out being naturalized. The act was
done with the iutcntion. he himself
stated, of showing how the election
laws of the United States are not en
forced. EVERYBODY GO.
Doe fare for the Round Trip to the na
Chicago, April IT. Western roads
have agreed to make a rate of one fare
for the round trip for the republican
national convention at St. Louis. The
same rate has been agreed to for the
democratic convention to be held in
Chicago. The prohibitionists will be
given the same rate for their conven
tion at Pittsburgh. Tickets for St
Louis will be good to return June 21,
to Chicago July 12, and to PitUbura
they Have All Heen Practically Becovers-j
In London Through tiie Arresi or tn
Thieves, Hniilop and Turner, by Scotlan
Yard Inspectors Froest and Hare Thi
Iturdeus Will Un to London at Once. I
London, April li Two men. giving!
.heir names as Dunlap and Turner, I
ind describing themselves as "geD.tle- j
lien servants," were arraigned in the
Marlborough street police court
Thursday, charged with having in (
:heir possession diamonds, aggrcgat- ,
ing in value, for possessing which j
;hey were unable to give any satis- !
factory account. Dunlap said they had i
;ot the diamonds from the old Jew in j
Hatton Garden. Turner said he was last
mployed by a gentleman in New York
md had left that situation in Febru
ary last. The two men were remanded
for a week without bail.
Police Inspector Froest searched the
.odgings of the men and found there
jewelry worth S'-'O.UOO. It is believed ;
that, the jewels are the proceeds of the ;
robbery of the residence of I. Towns- .
;nd Burden in New Y'ork some time ;
ign. It is understood that Inspector
Froest who arrested the men is en
titled to 1.000 reward.
Police Inspector Froest said to a
representative of the United Press to- i
.lay that he had often seen Duulop aud !
Turner within the last few days in j
the neighborhood of Bond street, j
From their dress, manner and general I
appearance, he thought there was '
something suspicious about them, and '
yesterday he and Inspector Hare deter- i
mined to ascertain their character. He
had not expected, however, to find the
Harden robbers and, as a ir.-attcr of
fact, had no description of them.
The circumstances were that he and
inspector Hare virtually seized them
without any particular pretext and
searched them in the street. They
found the two packages cf diamonds
in Dunlop's breast pocket, and after
locking their prisoners up, went to
their lodgings, where thev found S.'.O,-
J00 worth of jewelry and diamonds, j
many of the latter being loose stones, j
a quantity ot which were contained in
shamois leather belts. Inspectors
Froest and Hare believe they have si;
eure i the entire proceeds of the Bur
den robbery, and a claim for the re
ward has been sent to Mr. Burden's
The quantity of jewelrv received is
immense, and is by far the largest ;
haul the police have made in rears, i
The Hurilen Family Nolitieil. j
New Yolsu, April IS. The Burden '
family received two cablegrams from i
the Scotland Y'ani police which satis-
tied them that Dunlop and Turner j
were the thieves, and that the ilia- i
iiionds found in their possesion are the I
Burden jewels. It was reported that j
the Burdens intend to sail at once for j
Europe, as a result of the arrest oi
tiie two men. Dunlop is said to have
been butler in the Burden household,
while Turner had charge of the do r.
Capt. O'Brien denied positively
Thursday that there was any truth in
the story that the Burden robbers
were to be arrested in Loudon. It is
supposed that he made this denial for
the purpose of withholding any facts
about the matter in his possession un
til he had received ollicial communica
tion from the Scotland Yard that the
men were in custody. If they refuse
to come to New Y'ork without being
extradited, there will be considerable
delay in bringing the prisoners back
to this country.
Very likely Central office men will
be sent across the ocean for them.
The robbery occurred at Mr. L
Townsend Burden's city residence. No.
5 East Twenty-sixth street, on. the
night of December ','7 of last year,
while all but one member of the fami
ly were at the theater. Nearly all of j
the jewels were locked up in a small:
safe in Mr. Burden's bed room. Ap-1
parently they could not have been
more secure unless thev had bees !
placed in a safe deposit vault.
THE STEAMER BERMUDA
lias Finnlly Scrureil llritish Papers foi j
riiii.AlirXl'iilA. April IS. The filibus-1
tcring steamer JJcrrumla has finall; '
secured liritish papers for release.
llritish Consul Clippertou has yielded !
to the efforts made to induce him
to regularly enter the vessel ir j
the consulate registry and givt !
the noted craft a clean bill of health j
All objections against the vessel hat j
been withdrawn under orders from tin j
llritish government. j
The crew had been paid off anc" j
claims against the vessel satisfiec j
without any further delay. )u Jlon i
day she will sail for Puerto Cortez ir
command of Capt. Hughes, who has I
succeed Capt. O'llricu iu command Ol
Favorable Report Ordered on Senato:
Washington, April IS. The senatt
committee on military affairs ha:
agreed to report favorably Senatoi
llawley's bill for the reorganization o:
the army. The bill increases the fore
to 30,000 enlisted men. to be compose
of ten regiments of cavalry, seven o
artillery and 25 of infantry. The bill
as it will be reported, will also providt
for the continuance of the battalion o:
engineers, as provided for by the ex
isting laws. This provision was omit
ted in the original draft of the bill, bu
was inserted in committee.
Will Make the Illinois Delegation In Con
press Sulldiy Repubtlean.
Washington, April Is. The Down-ing-Kinaker
contested election cast
was practically decided in the houst
elections committee yesterday, after a
hot debate, in favor of Kinaker (rep.)
This will make the Illinois delegatior
in the house solidly republican.
The report will be made to the hous
Monday if the signatures of the com
mittee can be obtained by that time
Five republicans will sign it and pos
sibly six. Three democrats will re
fuse to sign, and thev ruav introduce I
nomeseekera Excursions to Kansas and
On April 7th, 21st and May 5th, lSffi,
Hoineseeker's Excursions will he run from
Missouri Kiver points, and territory West
of Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, to stations
in Kansas and Nebraska, at one fare, plus
$-J.uU, for the round trip. All who can should
tiko advantage of the cheap rates and in
spect the most productive corn hinds in the
United ritates, which are for sale, by the
A nion Facinc ttauway company, at iron
I2..K) to 10.00 per acre, on ten years' time,
alv 1-10 down.
Kemember that the Kansas corn crop for
ffiifi. with 8,WM,Ihji) acres in cultivation,
yielded over 3Jl,Oui).0iJ bushels, the esti
mated value of which is over Uti.OOd.OOO. be
iat S7.utio.uiH) more than annual output of
gold in the United States.
Those taking advantage of the excursions,
should take reoeiits for all railroad fare,
and the portion paid over Union Pacific
hues, will be refunded upon purchase of
330 acres Information regarding rates
can be ascertained from t-ie nearest railroad
Formausand pamphlets descriptive of the
lands, write to B. A. Mi Alxasteh, Land
Commissioner, Omaha, Neb.
"I snoHE docs hoiie," said Uncle Mose.
"dat dey will git dis heuh new photograph
trick so fine by summer dat man kia tell
wedder melon is ripe." Indianapolis Jour
nal. A Spring Trip South.
On April 7 aud 21. and May 5, tickets
will be sold from principal cities, towns
and villages of the north, to all points on
tiie Louisville oi Nashville liailroad in
Tenni-ssee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida
cud a portion of Kentucky, at one single
fare for the round trip. Tickets will be
cood to return within twenty-one days, ou
payment of ti to agent at destination, and
will allow stop-over at any point on the
south bound trip. Ask your ticket agent
about it, and if he cannot sell you excur
sion tickets write to C. P. Atmore, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Louisvillo, Kv.. or
Geo. B. Horner, 1. P A., St. Louis," ilo
"I'LL kiss yon for my sister's sake."
'Pray, don't forget yourself." he said.
I straightway took her at her word,
And kissed her for mvself instead.
Hetter Than Refined tiold
Is bodily comfort. This unshakable boon
is denied to many unfortunates fur whose
ailments Hotetter's Stomach Bitters is i
promptly helpful remedy. The dyspeptic,
the rheumatic, the nervous, " persi.ns
troubled with biliousness or hills ami
fever, should lose no time in availing them
selves of this comprehensive and genial
medicine. It promotes upjietitc at-d nightly
Ds Tvnqi e 'You don't take enough ex
ercise for n man of your habits." 1 ld Soak
Why, I have been shaking dice for
drinks' all the aftvrnoon." Philadelphia
Fits stopjied free by Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. No fits afterlirst day'suse.
Marvelous cares. Treatise and i'J trial bot
tle free. Dr. Kline. 1(31 Arch St., Phila., Pa
Houai e appears in pood humor while he
censures, and therefore his censuro has the
more weight a supposed to proceed from
judgment, not from passion. V Aung.
Foutift FeeKo L11111.H Against Winter
with Hale's Hiwy of Horehounil and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure hi one minute.
"Tboi- hnst a pretty wit." quoth the mon
arch. "Aye, and a dry humor,"' replied the
Jester. Whereupon the king pushed the
button. Philadelphia Record.
I fsn Piso's Cure for Consumption both In
my family and practice.-Ua. (J. V. i'.ir
TUisoN, lukster, Jlieh., N.iv. 3,lbU4.
The best hearts. Trim, are ever the
bravest, replied my Uncle Toby. Sterne.
Queer Names.LElf 8
" Clue Spots" "Dead Aches"-
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Dorchester, Mass., is "a perfect
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f than one cent a
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For your Protection r ATA DDU
we positively state that uM I Jm I V It 1 1
this romeUj' does not
contain merenry omny
other Injurious drug.
Jiasal Catarrh Is a local
d!sca5 and Is the re
sult of coidi and sod
deo climatic changes.
Opnsand cleanse the
ram and innnmroaiion,
Ilfiils tlie Sores, Pro
tects the Membrane
from Cold. RfMores the Herme nf TntAanH m.mm.
The Balm Is quickly absorbed and clve relief at
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I at wholesale prices. Ship any-
sale. ETerrthlM mrrantnl
loo styles of Carriages,
oo styles of Harness. 41
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Your blood in Spring is almost certain to
be full of impurities the accumulation
of the winter months. Bad ventilation
of sleeping rooms, impure air in dwell,
ings, factories and shops, over-eating,
heavy, improper foods, failure of the
kidneys and liver proierly to do extra
work thus thrust upon them, are the
prime causes of this condition. It is oi
the utmost importance that you
Now, as when warmer weather comes and
the tonic effect of cold bracing air is
gone, your weak, thin, impure blood
will not furnish necessary strength.
That tired feeling, loss of appetite, will
open tho way Tor serious disease, ruiued
health, or breaking out of humors and
impurities. To make pure, rich, red
blood Hood's Sarsaparilla stands un.
equalled. Thousands testify to its
merits. Millions take it as their
Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, because
Is theOneTrue Blood Puriftr. Al! dragrists.Sl.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass,
Hnn'c pjllcaretfceonlv pills to tnka
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ASK YOUk DEALER FOR
W. L. Douglas
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amine the W. I Doughs hoe. ar.d 9 J
see what a good shoe you can buy for B
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and LACE, made la all
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manufacturer In the world.
None genuine unless name and
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Ak your dealer for our S3,
4, S3..-JO, S-J..-.0, fc:.-J5 Shoes;
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of toe (cap or plain), size and
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your order. Send for new Illus
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The Greatest Medical Discovery
f the ge.
DONALD KENNSY, oIROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discoverelin dt of our common
pasture weeds a f? may that cures every
kind of Humor, Vorrf the worst Scrofula
down to a comm. Pfftple.
He has tried itfe her eleven hundred
cases, and never nlid except in two cases
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Boston. Send posttcard for book.
A benefit is alwalxperienced from the
first bottle, and a pttct cure is warranted
when the right cjuarip' is taken.
When the lungs f affected it causes
shooting pains, lit needles passing
through them; the sale with the Liver or
Bowels. This is catd by the ducts be-!
ing stopped, and ah5 disappears in a
week after taking it read the label.
If the stomach is 11 or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelts at'tirst.
No change of diet eir necessary. Eat
the best you can getfend enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonA in water at bed
uise. --"U uy mi iji