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A WHEEL BURST.
Four Passeng-srs Killed and Sev - eral Injured by the Breaking i of a Car Wheel on the Pennsylvania Road The Accident Unavoidable Acci dent in Ohio. Cattle ai'd dickens Killed Patal "Wash out in Vermont A Cyclone Off Calcutta. Aitooxa, Pa., May 28. Last night as the fast line west was nearing Kittanning Point the wheel of a car on a train east burst and the car crashed into two passen ger coaches with terrible effect, killing in stantly four men and injuring many others. Telegrams were immediately sent to this ityor' physicians and all that could be procured hurried to the wreck. The killed are as follows: Dal Graham, son of ex ISpeaker Graham, Allegheny, Pa.; J. H. Btauffer, of Lewisville, O.; Wymer Sny der, a one-legged man, of Shamokin, Pa. ; John Dorris, a newsboy, of East Liberty, Pa. Frank McCue, of 75 East Thirty third street, New York City, will iie, and Charles Eeidelnaan, of Brin field, Noble County, Indiana, is dying. The injured are: A. Agen, Fayette ville, N. Y., head and side, not serious; Cfara Albert, of Flint, Mich., slighty; Rev. John Alfred, of Beaver Falls, Pa., slightly; Hattie Dickett, colored, of Alexandria, Vt., not seriously; Rev. . H. Porter, colored, of Detroit, Mich. Edith Geise, aged eleven years, traveling with her mothsr, was pros trated by the shock, but not injured to any extent. Ho passengers occupying sleeping or parlor cars were injured. The accident was an unavoidable one and the worst that has happened for years on the Pennsylva nia road. The injured were brought to this city and made as comfortable as possible. AN1MAX8 SLAUGHTERED. Mansfield, G-.May. At eleven o'clock yesterday morning, at Pavonia station, on the New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio rail road, the eoond section of the live stock train ran into the first section on a side track, throwing ten cars loaded with cattle over an 'embankment, killing outright seventeen head and injuring as many more so badly tihat they had to be slaughtered. Ten cars -containing cattle were totally fjrecked. Two cars containing about 2,000 live chickens were broken into kindling wood; 200. chickens were killed. The loss to the company is about $25,000. Fortun ately none of the train men were injured. Passenger trains were run over the Fort Wayne road, via'Orrville and Akron. CREDITED TO BUKGLAK3. IxniAKAFOiiie, May 28. At four o'clock yesterday morning the dry goods establish lishment of A. P. Wasson & Co., 12 and 14 West Washington street, was discovered to bo u .fire and before the flames were subdued .it was badly damaged. The lire is believed to have been caused by burglars. Mr. Wasson estimates the loss at $50,000; fully insured. A IPATAL. WASHOUT. Mostmvii.LE, Vt., May 28. An east bound freight train on the St. Johnsburg & Lake .Champlain railroad ran into a washout ten miles east of here yesterday afternoon. The fireman was killed and the -conductor and engineer were badly in jured. '.The engine and live cars are ia the washout. JM? II-NDIA CTCLOSE. IxrSDON, May 28. A cyclone has visited Calcutta. Four ships are reported missing stud .one has foundered. EDITOR O'BRIEN TtrtioufiU AVitli His Work In Canada flm tente Torchlight Procession in Mont real. Montreal, May 28. A reception was tendered Editon O'Brien last night by the I rich societies and other city organizations. A torchlight procession formed on the Champs de Mars and marched through many-streets, ilt.was headed by Irish and French societies .and included deputa tions ifrom. Ottawa, Quebec and Hamil ton. After .deputations from outside towns came the .carriage.' in which O'Brien was seated with Dennis Kilbri de. On either side of .the vehicle were files of carriages representing the Hackmen's Un ion. At least 8,QM). men carried torches. In tbeiprincipal streets along the route houses wereiilluminated. (O'Brien stood on an tip per gallery of the Lawrence Hotel, frcm wbioir -speeches were made, and saw spread out in front and ki the neighboring streets 30,000 persons. 'iDowu with Lansdowna"" "Land for the People !" "Lansdowne Must Oo'J" "Home Rulel" "God save Ireland?" The iFrench and, the Irish Join Hands?" and -MDown With : the Orangemen!" wane samertf the most .conspicuous mottoes oc flags. When O'Brien came to the front the cfeeesing and waviijj? of hats lasted five minutes. He began by saying: "Lord Lansdcwne said in (Ottawa yesterday our invasion in Canada was over. I think if he vwitnessed .this to-day in the principal city of .Canada he would recognize that hie troubles in Can ada axe not over but just com mencing. There is x spirit kindled in the heart o ft Canada to-dcy 'which v.'ill pursue him to the last hour :hen he takes his de parture Jrom these shores cheers, and its epirit all the juells of th-3 Orange men of vCanada and .all the drilled en thusiasm c officials st Ottawa will noS quench. 3 challenge Lensdowne to step outside hislJittle Orange preserves in the province of (Ontario and obtain oio spon taneous .demonstration al popular respect from the Doaiinion people. O'Brieti then proceeded ,-afc " length to Renounce Lans downe's Irishjwolicy, and (held him re vonsi ble for tlie. attack made o nm in Canada. At the close .of the meeting (resolution. de nouncing Lansdowne went passed. The crowd retuxned to the hotdi with a steong fbody guard urvunding O'Brien's carriage. At a suhsequoat banquet tO'Brien .an nounced the close of his Canadian mission, -arhich he declared more successful than fce bfcd hoped. He will leave for Boston tl&a etV3ning. RepabUewn Victory. Harrison BCRii, a., May tS. Semi official returns frosa 11 the precincts in this county show the fallowing resuK of the election for county officials: Harrison, Re publican, defeated Hancey, Independent Xemocrat, by 700 Buajority for eomon wvealth Attorney; Messerley, Independent "Democrat, defeated Lewis, Republican, by JM majority for county oourt clerk. The Republicans elected a full board of super visors and nearly all the district officers. Deathbed Weddlnc. Wichita, Kan.. May 28. Captain W. S. White, one of the most highly respected citizens of Wiebita and for many years editor of the Bttson, died at his home here at three o'clock jesterday morning. He -was married to his betrothed an hour be fore bis death. This Philadelphia clothing cutters lock out has ended ia a compromise. A THEATER HORROR. The Opera Comlqne at Paris Takes Mrs During Performance Many live Lost. Paris, May 26. The Opera Comique caught fire last night, resulting in a terri ble calamity. The fire broke out during the performance. The theater was crowded, and at the first alarm a rush was made for the exits. The fire spread with great ra-i pidity and many persons sprang from the windows to the ground to avoid being caught bj- the iiames, only to meet death by contact with the pavement. Fourteen of the persons who threw themselves from the windows were instantly killed and forty three were picked up more or less injured, some of them fatally and many seriously. The fire broke out during the first act of the opera "Mignon." One of the wings caught fire from a gas jet and the entire stage was immediately enveloped in flames. The fire soon spread to the whole house. Mme. Merg miller, Mme. Tasquin and Bernard were on the stage when the fire broke out. All the actors ran out in stage costume. The audi ence could have got off easily, but the gas was turned off before all left the building, and it is feared some were left in the upper tiers. The roof soon fell in, sending showers of sparks as far as the Place de la Bourse. With the exception of Mme. Tellier, who perished, all the actors escaped, though several supernumeraries were severely in jured. Five bodies, terribly burnt, were conveyed to the National library. Among them was the body of a woman clasping a little boy in her arms. The money receipts were saved, being deposited in the Gaulois office. The firemen showed the greatest courage. MM. Goblet, Thibautyn and Greg non were on the spot soon after the fire started and remained throughout with the firemen. The Military Club rendered great assistance in the work of rescuing the peo ple from the building. Nineteen persons are known to be dead. Many of these are supers. The artificial fire apparatus which had been placed in readiness of the burning of the palace in the second act rolled down from its place near the roof and exploded below. Women, half clad, carrying costumes, fled from the stage, screaming. Somo of the chorus fled with nothing on but their tights. The flames spread with such rapid ity that in fifteen minutes the stage was a vast furnace. Several actors escaped by climbing to the roof of the Rue Marivanta, where they were rescued by fire escapes. M. Tasquin implored the audience to re main seated until the exits were opened, which they did. If they had made a rush for the doors the loss o life would have been terrible. The police outside were un able to restrain the crowd who besieged the building inquiring for friends inside. One man who wanted to rescue his brother and sister raved, tore his hair and menaced with a stick the people who stopped him from rushing into the blazing building. The scene outside was one of the wildest excitement. The falling embers struck horses in the surrounding streets, caus ing them to plunge and rear. The flames shot out of every window, forcing the crowd into tho narrow streets where the -crush was terrific. A figurante says there were 15'J people on the stage when the fire broke out. She heard the glass failing like( hailstone but told the other girls not to mind it, but when she was -speaking a -column of llames burst through the wings with a roar and all rushed pell mell from the stage. Many of the police were injured. Only a fortnight .ago M. Steenacfcers called attention in the Chamber of Depu ties to the dangerous Opera Comique, the oldest theater in Paris. Fiyaro also called attention to the same thing alter the recent twelve hour benefit performance. The au dience was delayed a few minutes by a dense smoke and insufficient light. Director Soleili, with his -wife and two little children, escaped without injury. The killed include four .firemen. There was not a if ran tic ru9h in the theater, but it is believed tho staircase became blocked. The iron .curtain was lowered in front of the stage. This prevented tho fire from spreading immediately to the auditorium, and allowed the audience to escape. The men who carried away the money chest report that when they left the auditorium it was-ftuite empty. The fire brigade distinguished them selves:; .many had inarrow escapes. Most of the casualties -were caused bynervcus people. Many -persons who were unable to trust themsolvcs to walk the narrow edge of theornice round the building jumped off in terror. One woman coolly walked :all around tho cornices while the flames were .bursting out above until she .reached the fire escape. The victims were .almost all singers. Tho streets kiltie vicinity of the burned theater were crowded until an early hour this morning. The .doctors attended many per sons whsihave'been burned. Scwell, solic itor of the British embassy, said the audi ence shawed great .calmness when the alarm was -given. When the gas wai extinguished be groped his way to the "balcony, saw the peo ple in -the street laying straw mattesses toircceivo the persons jumping from the windows. He .was ultimately res cued by finemen. The Havrs News Agency, of Paris, places tho number of persons killed and injured by 'the fire at sixty. The .theater was com pletely destroyed. sYishlngDIspsKtee-'inOreiEon Result In Iliootl aheci a. Double Mistake. .Astoria, Ore., May 2C Acts of violence te the fishermen at Jlwacoihave resulted in bloodshed, and the .end is :not yet. About eiaven o'clock last might A. .E. King, ewncr of si he Ilwaco cannery, Al Green and Archie Rots, owners of traps, started out withuns to guard a lot of -eb.w&ich is used in traps, and which was tarred .and lying in the f pen air to-day. This was in a .field not far f root the beach, aurrounded .by .small tim ber. Soon the Uuee watchmen saw ttvo dim figures approaching in the darkness and commanded them to halt. The order not ba ng obeyed, they followed tho intrud ers, shouting: "Stop!' "Who .are you!' "What do you want! When suddenly and from several directions shots were heard and lioss and K.iag fell. The former was pie teed by seven bullets and died this morning. It is stated that another party went out on guard at the drying wee nd were mistaken in the darkness by King, Oreen ana I toss for marauders, whs in turn were saistaken by the other guards or marauders. "Twenty Transps. Cleveland, O., May 26. Early this morning twenty tramps boarded a freight train on the Kew York, Pennsylvania & Ohio railroad, near Kent and helped themselves liberally to fruit and pro visions. At Kent the engineer ran the train on a siding and local police officials captured seven of tae tramps. The others took to their heels. Later the remainder of the party attacked and overpowered the crew of a local train at Kent, and climbed into a box car, where they were locked up by the conductor. Just before reaching Akron they kicked the door open and jumped from the train while it was at full speed. Citizens are searching the woods lor them. THE AGE OF PAPER. (obm of the Singular Uses to Which. That Substance Is Now Pat. The present might be called the age of paper, the uses to which the sub stance is put in the arts and manufac tures are now so manifold. Paper wheels under railroad cars are no longer a novelty. The article known as celluloid is simply the pulp of paper treated with certain acids until its fiber is altered, the product being dried and hardened. The Japanese have long used paper handkerchiefs, which they carry in packages on the person. When a Japanese has once mopped his face or blown his trumpet he casts the handkerchief away. He can't under stand our practice of carrying' soiled linen about us. But the most singular use to which it has been put is for bottles. These are 'six-sided, with the top and bottom of wood, the thing resembling the piece of fireworks known as a "flower pot." The paper is nearly as stiff as cardboard, and islaquered in the inside to make it liquid tight. So far the paper bottle has been chiefly employed for holding ink, and its success has been unmistakable. For shipping pur poses it has been found safer than glass. The ink has been transported all over the country with less loss or damage than when contained in jrHss. Brooklyn Citizen. A WATCHMAKER'S FAME. P. S. Bartlett was one of the origi nal foremen in the pioneer Waltham factory, and his name was adopted as a trado-mark and has been running as Such very nearly thirty years. At the lowest calculation 500,000 Bartlett watches have been made and sold. Tbe exact figures are not at hand, but this is about as near as can be esti mated. The Bartlett watch is unques tionably one of the most popular watches ever made. It ranks almost as high as the adiusted "Appleton, Tracy & Co.," and is, in fact, con structed on the same model. The pat ent regulator Bartlett is full jeweled, has a compensating balance fitted with the Waltham patent Breguet hair spring, which is hardened and tem pered in form so as never to change its curve, and is very closely regulated. It is made for any kind of silver or gold cases. The latest improvement in the Bartlett watch is in the open-face style to wind and set without ever opening the case, the winding as well as the hand-setting being done by the crown only. Unlike the arrangements in oth er watches this Bartlett hand-set is in the neck of the case, so that it does not at all complicate the movement. Up ward of 2,000 of them have been pur chased by the British Government dur ing the past ten years and are used on the state railways in India. For the same purpose the colonial authorities of Nw South Wales, Victoria and SouK Australia have large orders in hand, Through these excellent time keepers P. S. Bartlett' s name is known in all civilized countries. N. Y. JeweU ra Weekly. A sood salesman is like a bad coin a perfect counter-fit. "Not Bulk, bat Business!" is the way a Western man put it in express ing to a friend his complete satisfaction in th9 use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. So small and yetso effectual, they bid fair to supplant entirely the old-style gill. An ever-ready remedy for Sick and i'.lous Headache, Biliousness, Constipa tion and all blood disorders. Mild in ac tlcn, wonderful in effect 1 Put up in vials, convenient to carry. Their use attended with no discomfort 1 These sterling merits account for their great popularity. Letter-go, Gallagher, would bs a good motto for a postage stamp. Shi scolds and frets. She's full of pets. She's rarely kind and tendert -Tbe thorn of life Is a fretful wife I wonder what wUl mend faerf Try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Ten to one, your wife is cross and fretful because she Is sick and suffering, and can not control her nervousness when things go wrong. Make a healthy woman of her and the chances are vou will make a cheer. 1 If ul and pleasant one. " Favorite Prescrip tion-' is me oniy remeuy lor woman's pe culiar ailments, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee from the manufactur ers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. See guar antee on bottle wrapper. Large bottles, tL Six for iS. Att the difference In the world that be tween the north and south pole. lAf- Rnjir Is Immediate, and a cure sure, fiso'i J&omedy for Catarrh. 50 cents. THE GENERAL MARKETS. KANSAS CATTLE Shipping steers.... Native cows Butchers' steers BOGS Good to choice heavy. WJttEAT No. 2 red No. 2 soft OC'RN No. 2 OATS-ft'o. 2 RYE No. 2 FLOUK Fancy, per sack HAY Baled BUTTER Choice creamery... CHEESE Fuil cream EG US Choice BACON Ham Shoulders Sides. LARD . POTATOES ST. LOUIS. DATTLE Shipping steers Butchers' steers.... HOGS Packing CITY S 3 73 3 00 3 20 4.15 May 27. 3 9J 3 50 3 W 4 85 72 50 & 1 50 SB". E2V, 29 501, 1 55 10 00 10 50 15 & 20 J4!i 10 62. 8i 1 75 4 40 4 80 4 90 4 15 4 00 mi 37 W 27!, 5G 18 14 & 11 ii Cii 8 6'4 1 00 8 90 3 50 4 80 3 20 3 50 SHEEP Fair to choice. FLOUR Choice WHEAT No. 2 red CORN No. 2 OATS No. BYE No. 2 BUTTER-Creamery PO.RK CHICAGO. BATTLE Shipping steers HOGS Packing and shipping.. SHEEP Fair ta choice FLOUR Winter wheat WHEAT No. i red CORN No. 2 OATS No. 2 RYE N J. 2 BUTTER Creamery PORK NEW YORK. CATTLE Common to prime.. HOGS Good to choice FLOUR Good to choie. WHEAT No. 2 red... OORN No. 2 OATS Western mixed BUTTER Creamery.... PORK 37 27 56 17 14 00 I SO 3 83 4 00 4 75 4 90 3 50 4 25 4 00 4 50 874 7 h& 6 5554 17 874 38 26! 56 19 23 00 23 00 4 40 5 15 5 80 5 60 SJ 5 U t7 474 34 47K 36 19 SO 13 S3 10 S3 Humbug Barmun sail "The American People like to be humbugged.' This may be true in the line of entertainment, but not where Ufa is at stake. A man with consumption, or any lingering disease, looking Death in the face and seeking to evade his awful grasp, does not like to be trifled with. Bo with confidence we place before our read ers Nature's great remedy. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a sure relief for that long train of diseases resulting from Impure blood, such as Consumption, Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Liver Complaint, Kidney Disorder, Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, Scrofula and General Debility. Time tried and thoroughly tested, it stands with out an equal 1 Any druggist. Littlb pitchers have big sars, while base-ball pitchers have big arms and cheeks. IeUcate Children, N ursine Mothers, Overworked Men, and for all dis eases where the tissues are wasting away from the inability to digest ordinary food, or from overwork of the brain or body, all such should take Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil witn Hypophosphites. "I used the Emulsion on a lady who was deli cate, and threatened with Bronchitis. It put her in such good health and flesh, that I must say it is the best Emulsion I ever used." L. P. Wamell, M. D., Hugh's Mills, S. C. Whs two fat people run against each other it can properly be spoken of as a mass-meeting. It Is a Pleasnre, writes Mrs. Eliza Ann Smith, of Vermill ion, Erie Co., Ohio, to tell the ladies every where that nothing surpasses Dr. Harter'e Iron Tonic for all irregularities. " It cured me when the physicians and all other reme dies failed." Thb proof-reader's wife vrx. the girl who first ran a type righter. Botlon, Com mercial Bulletin. In another column of this issue will be found an entirely new and novel specimen of attractive advertising. It is one of the neatest ever placed in our paper and we think our readers will be well repaid for examining the supposed display letters in the advertisement of Prickly Ash Bitters. TVi don't like to see ladies with very small feet. Ladies should not stand upon trifles. Usx Instead of Unwholesome Cosmetics, Glenn's Sulphur Soap, -which purifies the Skin. Hill's Hair St Whisker Die. Black or Brown, 5tic Loves to be sat upon the dude. Espe cially If it is a pretty girL Biliousness Is more general at this season than any other. The bitter taste, offensiTe breath, coated tongue, sick headache, drowsiness, dizziness and loss of appetite make the victim miserable, and disagreeable to oth ers. Hood's Sarsaparilla combines the best anti billons remedies of the vegetable kingdom, in such proportion as to derive their best medicinal effects with the least disturbance to the whole system. This preparation is so well balanced in its effects that it brings about a healthy action of the entire human organism, restores the appetite, and over comes that tired feeling. " I have taken not quite a bottle of Hood's Sarsa parllla and must say it is one of the bent medicines for giving an appetite and regulating tbe digestive organs, that I ever heard of." Uus. N. A. Stan let, Canastota, M. Y. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold hy all druggists, fl; six for $5. Prepared only by C. X. HOOD & CO., Lowell. Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar TO MVC HCALTH THt LIVE MOST BE IN OK Or. lKf liable Remedy lor Liver ComptamtsuidiUscauMU by a denutced or torpto condition of tha Lrrer, as Dy. pxpeia. Constipation, Billounneia, Jaundice, Headacha, Malaria. Rheumatitm. etc It recnlates the bowels, puri fies the hlivvl, strenrthens the crr'ofn. aTt( direction. IN INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. Thousandsof testimonials prove its merit . AUX UaUOOlST WILL. TLLL XOU ITS KKFUTATIOM. - Dr. Win. 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A Throughout its various scenes. SmltWs BILE BEANS purify tbe bloo4, br acting; ilrecUjand promptly on tbe Liver. Skin aind Kld sscya. They consist or st vegetable combination that lists no coital la medical science. They cure Constipa Un malarial, and .Dyspepsia, and are a aareetard avsralnst all forms of fevers, cJillla and fever, gall stones, and Brljht's disease. Send A rents roataara Tor at sun pie package and teat the TRUTH of what we stay. Price. 25 cents per bottle, mailed to any address, postpaid. DOSE ONE BEAN, Sold by druggists. J" JsT. HMTTH: CO., PKOPRIETOKS, aW. IjOTJTJB, aaco. Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why4 ERREITS TONIC Is prepared solely for tbe cure of complaints which amies all womankind. It gives tone and strength to tha otertne ore an a. and corrects dangerous displacements and lrres-ulaiities. It is of jrrv-ai value in chance of life. The use of UaKKXLL'S FEsIALE TOXIC during preg nancy greatly relieves the pains of motherhood and promotes speedy recovery. It assists nature to safely make the critical change from girlhood to womanhood. It is pleasant to the tarte, and may be taken at all times with perfect safety. Price, 1. KOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS. I. t. UtRKELL 1)BIU CO.. Sole Proprietors. fcT. IOLIS. MU FOR AT.T. DISORDERS OF THE . Stomach, Liuer and Bowels TASK LIVER PILLS BTRICTLY VEOETA BT.T!. Cmi CoxsTWAMOjc.ISDioEsTioif. Dyspepsia. Piles, Sick Hi abachc. Liver Complaints, Loss or Appetite, Bilxocbxxss, Nervovsnxbs, Jaun dice. Ktc. PRICE, tS eestta. PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO.. ST. LOUIS, MO. COCKLE'S ANTI-BIUOUS PXXXS, THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY rr Liver, BUs, ladlfsstton, eta. Free fre sestaiss saly rare VegetasU lagradlsats. MEYER BROS. A CO. ST. Loan, Ma.. tereary; imk- The best sad surest Remedy for Cars of all disesses caused hy any derangement of tbe Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Billons Complaints and Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent inflaence of It is pleasant to the taste, tones np the system, restores and preserves health. It Is purely Vegetable, and cannot fail to prove beneficial, both to old and young. As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all others. Sold everywhere at $1.00 a bottle. 137" TREATED FREE. Have treated Irr and its complications with most wonderiul success; use vegeta ble remedies, entirely harmless. Remove all svmptoms of bropsy InKiO SO days. Cure patients pronounced hopeless by the bent pnysictans. From first dose symptoms runidlT diuDDear. and in ten da vn at least two-thirds of all symptomsare removed. Some may cry humbug without knowing any thing about it. He member it costs you nothing to realize the merit of our treatment tor yourself. We are constantly curing eases of long standing cases that have been tapped a number ot limes and tbe patient declared unable to live a week. 6e lull history of caae.name. age, sex, how long afflicted, etc. Bendforfreepamphlet,cor taining testimonials. Ten days' treatment furnished free by mail. II you order trial, you must return this advertisement to us with 10 cents In stamps to pay postage. ICpllepoy (Vltn) positively curea. H. H. QREEN SONS. M. Ds., Atlanta. C. "STEIN WAY," "CONOVER"and "FISCHER" Writ for catalogues snd sodsl prices to the Slsta agents, CONOVEH BROS., 613 Malsi St.. Kansas City. SnAfOTO.PA: FOUNT HITS. rUNITCOTS. SILLS LIKE FOR. Written amid the whirl ot'jathum at Saratoga, it takes off iisbL Ut, flirtations, low necks, dudat.pug doat, etc. in mirth jrooking style. Tho 100) illustrations by "Opper" are "iutt killina." People crazv for it SelU lik hot cak. Ageatowaaua. rrica $t.Mi. HabharS Brea Si VUj, Be. FOLDING BINDER KM Just such a life as they enloy Who use the smith's Bile Beans. The original Photograph, panel size, of this picture sent on receipt of lOc in stamp. Address. SVC Jurfiala. At. PAGE-FIG Pimm mm 1S PACI nevi SCONS I N L. Bttfo piRjLLlarrwfllEP tQAPvLoaJe. .UNO TR0U81I CONQUERED SWAVNE'S SWaYNE'; LLP rfLALTli SWAYNES YERMIFUGI L EXERCISE DAILY 'ANACEA 2. EAT 6000 FOOD 3. BE CHELRf UL. THE PURIFIES CHILDREN'! 4-.USE SYPHILYTICi .MEDICINE 8WAYNE'S, BLOOD.. PILLS. ' SCNOWHAIR1 .oORtSTORER CNGLI8VO 5 WAYNE SCI CUREFOrT IG PILES SYKPTDMS .Moist ure. in Ujuuo 'worse bv scratching very dutiressln It allowetl to continue taiuors form which .often blood and ulrerate. becoming vrr sore. B V AYNK'M OINTMENT btopsltciung A bleeding, liutl uicerauon, ana in many canes removes ma 1 1 KM -lI DTNJWooiiia. UHLT nOLDESTMEDlCINESIN(IlS0IifiY0RlJGSiSr3 Kkstokk the HEALTH an Jvr. OR of TOUln. 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