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. --- -- - - ' - ---ir r i i -n-nTyr. i -- nr.- -5 " ' i n I I - - i .-., . IKTnlT TTT7 l ! in OnJSitrX til 111AJJ TTATJ- '1 HE ENTERPRISE J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. - WElilNGTOKOHI0. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. AT Wheeling W. Vs., on tho 10th, a streetcar mauncd by non-union men wnn . nf o neople ana HbiUUcu uj s - i v.i. j.,t .nH driver were tern- uuiiii m. Krjn. The, former, wnose n-m- I- . ....... HTB. fatallT 1U Uimt - n-im- II- n the 10th, foe Office Inspector Baird arrested Assist- ant Postmaster T. U. m annuo.... .... w.r.J with extracting mu-jr f rm reo-latered nackaires. The special act charged against Thurman was steal lnir fi-o twenty dollar bills. " I 7. . ti J...x th uvnn .mummvba i Kith r w hi inuurea uui.-k ' . . j.j v.i.. m number Zor the Til tha senate on the ethMr. biubwi naysenucu rcu, motion of which he had given notice, to pro- Unlted States 223. Canada , town oo, to the consideration oi we cm w .,j with sni tne oreviou woo- ICTT .v,. nd In sun- I w , . , . " 7 carefully pre- and B78 tor the corresponu,B - pared speech, but the motion was detested by last ywn . . irm , !,.,,. vnutbelnjr: I ww wilVesbarre. Pa., on the lutn, nearly m iwu-uua umjvl.j - , , . v v. a. ..- in xrurwarda the Quarantine in ,. nto a work train on the wilwssUitiSBdTMeilwlthoutsdlvlilon; Vallev road, ltllllne Michael IBUIvunui "- of tocsl taaeaon lands nei ny inaiane in ao.. .i. lrin.llr the automatlo coupler blil was mi-ia mi and dlseuaeed for time, when It went over UltlieTth.'...ln the houae Mr. Kilgore M'bnatpr ri motiona, nia ing to prevent enni 'deration of the anti-options .. i. v,,Lniri.ii.o b.U. Mr. Kilgore was UnallyoMlped tojjurrenaer snu me juurim. approved. Aftci1 iwvcral rou cans uu made, revealing me iao or no . hnii.. ni11mirnf.d. Ill the nt-nate on ine .m uonniuuruu.. limn wai suent in aiacueams "u matlo coupler bill. But no aonuii - lakes upon it nio scnaw kw rellol of tho legal represeniauv oi u...i. J,.,...i,l. to uuv bulirnco due on the "United Statu FU-.tmsUtp Dolphin ( SUM) was taken Irom the caienaiir anu pm. - .senate then took up unobjected houae billi and ,hn f.,H.,w nir: TO rUUIT uuwu. thTacTeomrnt betwoen the l'uyallup Indians . .1,. H,iiiirn Paultio railroad company, for Kh. nr .... fhrt.iurh the Puvuliuu roafrvatlon. --J . ... - , .K Sixteen houBO pension uu were ...... .i.,i.nd .Fair Drogresa was made In the house with one of the great appropriation .bllla-the hirislaitvenni wnun app-ipr. upwardaof ii.M.3l Aside from a review of h.ron.iitinnof the treasury by Motors. Ding leyaud Uotkcry-divorgcnt vlewa-andan atr .... . . v. f m a I--fifvr.ii irlinn t!i civil service law ujr ..... v. tk nrnnwtlim wern unlntcreatlng. On the Hth tne morning nour m u. The Steaxnehlp Pomaranlaa Almort Engulfed In Mld-Ooean. An Immense Tidal Wave iw.epa Over Hef Dnrle c a Terrible Btorm-T waive Per. sons, Ineludlnf the Captain, Meet Death vTlthont Moment's arning. O'Mallev and seriously wounding ten nttia. ff.Llnmf.n. Thb book committee oi the MeinoQiai, rhuroh of the United States closed ltt lahom at Chlcairo on the 10th and ad lourned. Reports of the noon ageu- showed the sales In the . last year w have'asrirrejrated ll,070,45L TliB Oregon legislature nas passeu joint memorial to congress for the issue of more legal tender notes to the amount of .i0,000,000. , PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. AT Linooln, Neb., on the 7th Judge W. V. Allen, populist, was eiccieu United States senator, receiving seventy votes, four more than necessary to choice. Tub president on the 8th sen t to the senate the following consular appoint- menl: Henry O. Kress, oi lsconsiny at Cork, Josiah E. Stone, of Massachu setts, at Nogales. Tub Now York sennte on tne am passed without dlssont a concurrent resolution urging tne prrawou. nnnc-BRa to take stops to establish a protectorate over Hawaii with a view of ultimate annexation. Da PnAvocLA.v TBOTAJf. leader smoo 188 of the movement in favor of Bohe mian independence, and well known as a llboral politician and Journalist, is dead at Prague, aged 78 years. H. C Db Mills, the well-known play wright, died In Pompton, N. J., on tho 10th. He was the author oi j. no vur Hy Ball," "The Wife," and other sue- waa spent I me moat iri m ...o and passage of bills on the calendar. At 1 o'clock the -wnatora, headed by vice rresmeni inlod by some of its prlnc!- i al ollli era, proceeded U the hall of the houae of Topreaintatlvee and there took part In the .... .. rn.inilnir the votes for presidential elector. Afierwarda the railroad automaHo cur t oiipler b !1 waa taken up and donated until the hour of ac'Journmont, without any definite u launn Tho event In the houae was. of -iwurai', the counting of the electoral vote a-"1 this passed off without any Incident of Imoortunce. The legialatlve appropriation bill oonauuied the im ,h.. nn the oth the session after the morning hour, waa devoted to dlscusalon of tha railroad autnmatlo car coupler bill. The eu stltute reported by the commlitee on Interstate amended bv making the first boo- Hon, requiring the use of power.'- driving wheel brakes-go into for .-e en the lat of July, let. Instead of l3-and tho fourth section (n- FOREICN. quiring the use of grablrona or band hold. .. tmnort. durlnir January de. !? '-i?. n.mo.. and exporU de. JHIOI JUITt in v.. uinirtTu ja I was- . A waa not taken on the bill .... It waa allvcr day In j creased 1,113,000 over the correspond- the houao und tho friends or mver were vii.u..- . onta iagt year. ine h'kiiuiio hi""!""""'- i . - . ihadav hut no result .njuful nlavs of recent production. AT Harrisburg, Fa,, on tne oin, wie senate adopted a concurrent resolution asking Pennsylvania congressmen to rot against any repeal of the Sunday closing provision of the world's fair ap oua by a mrorlty of nine They auaialned the demand for tho previoua qucauuu m . tlon aotling aintrt Thursday and Friday fur the .consideration of the bill repealing the Sherman .-j Th.. remainder of the day was devoted to the conalrteruiion of the legialatlve appropria tion bill, which waa finally passed and the houae .adjourned. i. ih.umi.ut on the 10th the debate on the automatic oar coupler bill was resumed and the procJHstiiga were uninteresting. Several amendments were rejected and when Uie vane .. ., m ha taken on the passage of the Mil s motion was agreed to thai the vote ahoold be poatponod until o'clock on the Hth. Ad journed.... The pension bill cam up la the houae and aeveral lengthy apeechea were made relative to the proposed revision of the pension i... i Verv little Interest was manifested. however, and nothing tranaplred to break the dull routine. At the evening session nothing butjirlvaie pension bills were eoutderea. DOMESTIC Reports submitted at the annual meetlnir of the Illinois Steel Company, at Chicaa-o, showed that the corporation had cleared over 10,117,000 In the past year. It was decided to issue 17,000,000 In bonds at 5 per cent No change was made in directors or officers. At Boston. Mass.. on the Oth the jsry In the case of Asa P. Potter, president of the bankrupt Maverick bank, who la charged with the falsification of cnecua, rendered a verdict of guilty. At Newport. Ky.. on the Hth fa the trial of Abe Lloyd, for engaging In a prlie fight before the Newport Athletic club, he was found guilty, fined (350 and aentenoexl to jail for three montba Ok the Sth, at a meeting of the Ep- worth league cabinet in Chicago, it was decided that the international Aletno- dist conference would(be held at Cleve land, a, on July , 7, 8 and 9, A pro gramme waa arranged, including an ad' dress by Gov. McKinley and a response bv Oov. Pattiaon, of Pennsylvania. On the xnornlng of the 9th, Haldol's hotel was destroyed by fire at Cincin nati, a Fred DiatzeL Albert Uran, Joseph Maasnr and Gottlieb Munslnger were burned to death!. O tha Oth. bv the burning of the Continental hotel at CenUrville, la,, Mrs. McKee was killed in jumping ' from a window and Samuel Lewi waa (ranted to death. William Hale and 1L A. Roberta were fatally inj nred. Br the explosion of a gasoline stove In tha dyeing esteblishment of Edward Whltohouse, At Pittsburgh, Pa., on the oth. the building and content were to tallv destroved and Mr. Whltchouse and his daughter Emma were fatally burned. With a view of keeping Canadian Tjleuro-pneumonla out of the United etatea, the secretary of the treasury has instructed collectors of customs on tne northern frontier that meat cattle can only enter the United Slates from Can nda at Buffalo, N. Y., after passing the inspection prescribed by the secretary of atrriculture. David Ricoabdboh, one of the vic tims of the Big Four disaster at Wann, recently, died at Alton, HI, on the 10th. This makes the thirtieth death from the . accident. AT Springfield, 111, en the 10th, Act ing Governor. Gill ordered the proeecn tlon of ell state treasurers and auditors alaee the adoption of the constitution of 1870 for irregularities m omee in pocketing the interest on the public innda, - ' Tn following cts were approved on the 7th by the president: Relating to the enehorageand movements of A Marseilles trance aispaicnui the 7th says that within tho past four days fifty persons have died in that city of choleraio diseases. Tine British steamer Trlnabria, ply ing between the Clyfle ana apantsn Mediterranean ports, has been lost oil Cape Villano, near Punta Del itoy. uniy two of the crew c-f thirty-seven were saved. At Pari sixty leading French, Bel- arlan and German insurance companies have formed a syndicate to insure r.u- ropean visitors to the world's fair against death or disability on the Jour nev durina-the sojourn in Lblcaga J.ne maximum period for this das of in surance Is three mon tha In a crowded restaurant at Berlin on the night of the 8th a cry of fire was raised and In the panic that ensued six persons were killed and three others fatally injured. LATER. At Chlcairo on the 13th an application for a certificate of incorporation for the tVnm.n'a T.tfn Insurance company, of Chlcairo. was forwarded to Springfield, with a list of prominent men ana wo men as inooiroratora. The company is run! tallied at 1050.000. Tn bodv ot Frank liirtn, tne an' archlat who committed suicide recently, was cremated et Detroit on the 10th in accordance with the wishes of tho dead man. Tils ashes will not be preservoa In an urn, but at his own request will VmI arnttered to the four winds. ATMiddletown. nearToledo, 0.,onthe 11th an oil srusher wa drilled In wnai w mnnnwd to be dry territory. which bop-an flowing at the rate of 1,000 barrels a day. The pressure wa lo strong it could not be cnecKca ana nil mi mnnlnir all over the country- Dlt Noims GRP.M, president oi tno Wnatern UWon Telcirraph Company, died at LoutsvUle. Ky., on the 12th, ao-od 75 rears. At a meetlnir of all lines In the gen eral managers' association oi Chicago, renresent ns- twenty-one railroads, neia In that city on the 11th, a resolution was adopted that it is the aense of every railroad terminating in imcago mat, the conditions existing will not justify anv advance in wairea ' Tsui Kwo xrif, tne Chinese minister to thi country.' well at Peru, it tobe relieved from hit dntie and the name of hi successor it announced ine cable- cram from th Emperor of China. AT Marseilles on the 12th eight per soni died of . cholera and aeveral new case were taken to the hospital, ine Swedish consul hat refused to issre clean bills to vessels sailing for Swedish norta A five dart' quarantine has been established by the Qreek government for all arrivals from Marseilles, Patbicb Hon, one of the oldest con doctors on the Lake Shore road, was killed by falling from hi train near Angola, N. Y., on 'the 10th. Deceased w a Mtnduetor on the Erie Pitts burgh railroad for a number of year during it early operation. In the senate on the Hth the bill to promote a aafetv of emDlova and trsve leva upon rail roads by compelling . railroad companies to equip their ears with antomatie eouplan and eoottnooM brakes, was sally disposed ot Tb ubsUtuta for th hoos bill of last aaealos wa agreed at and th btll passod! j , nays 10. r aalv nik abmslst Oeiialatloa was th aareelM the eoarfavvnea port MtheforM- eattoat bill, vBtoe was pa m, w r Lokdok, Feb. U-The Allan Jlne steamship Pomeranian from Glasgow January 87, via Movllle for New York, hat returned to Greenock In distress, after having met with one of the most fatal accidents that has occurred to a trans-Atlantic steamer for many years. The disaster occurred when the steamer wat about ISO miles out The Pomera nian encountered boisterous weather Immediately after leaving port It wat thought that the wind would soon blow itself out end with everything in hane. no fears for the aafety of the iteamer were entertained. Instead of abating, however, the gale lncreasea m severity mntu the aay oi tne uio mu Hi, rolimarv dawned with a J, Ut3 wh . w - j fearful gale raging and a remcndout high sea running. The hatches were battered down and covered with tar paulins: ventilators were turned to lee ward and every precaution dictated by good seamanship had been taken to prevent water getting below. Sud denly a tremendous sea reared its crest a short distance ahead of the steamer as she plunged down a wave. Before she could rise, the sea came tha starboard bow and tons ol water rushed aft Almost at the same time a falling wave astern struck the steamer. The riso almost defies do Tha deck saloon, chart house, the bridge and the boats were smashed to pieces and partly washed overboard. Tim rloolt waa covered with an almost inextricable mass of wreckage, ana tne utmost confusion reigned. At nrst tne full'' extent of the disaster was not known until the steamer began to pay off before the wind and sea ana it was at once seen that the quartermaster had been carried away. Two sailors sprang to the wheel and soon put the stearaei on her course Then it waa found thai Captain Dalzlel, the master oi tne steamer, was missing. He had been last seen in conversation wltn a passengoi named John Stewart, of Glasgow. They had both been caaght by the sea thai came over the stern and dashed agalnsi the deckhouse. They were then car ried with terrifio force and jammed be neath .the after steam winches Capt DaUlcl's legs were broken and ne sus tained internal Injuries from which ht died the next morning. Mr. Stewart'l also broken and he sustained other injuries from the effect of which he died In a few hours. At the time of the accident the second officer, John Cook, naa ins ot.h Ha was on the bridge with .TMir. Hamilton, the fourth officer, and both of them were carried overooara and drowned. In the saloon deckhouse when the sea broke over the deck were James Gibson and Lillian.. Oi oton, oi nalkeith and Jane Caffrey, of London derry, all first cabin passenger. They were carried over the side and not after ward seen. David Forbes, Jamet IWtehard and Fred Westbury were also lost in the same manner. This made h nnmhar of those carried overooara ten. with two other fatally injured. Vnr at time, the utmost consternBiioo prevailed, but thi gave way to a feel-inn-of sadness when it wa found that ao manv lives had been lost - ...a The disaster occurred so suddenly ana the sea did it fatal workwltnuon .nldltv that the survivors did not at - - - ... . . . i, i. first realize the lull extent oi mo mm- fnrtnna. With Cant Dalziel fatally in jured and unconscious In his cabin the liutioa of commander devolved upon the first officer. The steamer wat about in mid ocean. The first officer called the remaininir officers to a consultation, and it was decided to put anoul ana re turn to Greenock. This was at once done and without any Instrument with which to take observations, the voyage had to be made entirely by dead reck onlnir. and was therefore necessarily alow. Wonderful Gains Dr. Mi)e's Nervine not only cures all nervous dltwaBet, headache, blues, ner von 'prostration, sleeplegues, neuralgia, St. vliut ilunce, nts anu nvsteria, dm, alxo builds up the body. "I am pleased to tay that alter years of Intense suf fering wllu nervous nisease, neaaaoue and prostration, I tried Dr. Mlle't Re storatlve Nervine and In two weeks rained elttht pounds In weight I could nc ne tiown to Sleep, out now sieeu perfectly easy sod a ttllt improving wnnaeriuny. cannot say eiiuugu tor the Nervine, Mrs. L. B. Millard, Dim- kirkN.Y." "One customer used Ner vine and trained fifteen pounds in Heat) Brown and Mnybury, Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles free at E.W .Adams' 4MiMiMMaMMMHaai ggggmimmmuiaKmf Pronounced Hopeless, Yt Say4- From a letter wrlften by Mrt. Ada E. llurd, of Groton, 8. D., wequote t "Was taken with a bad cold, which tettiea on mv lunes. couub set In ana nnauy ter minated in itonsoirfpUon.. Fourdoctors gave me op, saving 1 could live but a Hiiort time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friend on earth, 1 would meet inv ulmunt, ones above. My husband win sdvlned to get Dr.Klng's New Dls nnverv for cm. sumption, coutrnn anu !. ri. 1 viiVH u a trial, toon in an hiki bottles-, if. luis rd ine and, thank God, I nm now it w-U and hearty worn an." Trliil bottle freo C F. D. Felt'i ili-tig store, rvgulur Klze oOo anil 1 1. Admittod the Facta. Newspaper- etliior have t" be very i;:irvfiil III opening thuir isolurnns for xtHieinniiti1. But aware that tho Dr, Mil- Medical con puny are responsible we innke room lor the following ttti tiiniiliil irom It MuDougal, Auburn Intl., who lor two yenrn noticed a "lop. Diiite or rklpiilrii; ol me nuisc, ins lei kIiIu cot tt'iiilt'.r ho could not lie on it his ht-Hrt lliiUered, lie was alarmed, went to different doctors, found no re lief, bnt one bottle of Dr. Mile's New HcHrtOure lured lilm. me elegant hook, 'New and Startling Facta," free HtE. W.etlaiiis'. It tells all about lu-arf and u. rvotis dlseaeee and many v onderful cures. 3 bad aatlBfr, UUI 1 1 w I m . w..ifj.-ssi Cures Constipation Skin The Grt'atest Blood Purifit KNOWN. - Thla Great Oermsn Medicine is toe. cheapeet and best. I'zsuoaoaoi oyu- P11U H HI I 'l a K ior 1 1 .uu, . f .vtn HIiAaan. from i a mmmon pimple on the- facef rsj m h.t awful disease Bcrorula.aV i? I ISULPHUB BITTKIU Is the ,J I I best medicine to nee la all - ; I Inasea of suck stubborn atdjfvbtii- Kid Udeep seated diseaaes. -DoDeysareout not ever take . of order. Use r. i vt nurT D BLUE PILLS BE'rif or mercury, tney are oBituar lir no 7 V. 1KV7?SWSS .fmatter what alls subruua " i ?! ,'you, metllclne ever msae. m Xn JJimrS 1 T..Pr.annaiST M n"...- ? m. aTnnnt watt until TOP M suustancor isyourar """"" , ' breath foul amiare flat on your back, offenalvef Yourbut gH isome at oik Jt atomach U outwill cure you. Bulphur ofonlcr. UseBIUeraU sm-ViM rhe Invalid's FrleniL lminellatolyTheyrmng,trrtSroaanaioj la four Ur-toruig are soon maue w.u Ine tlilck,lta uo. ltcraemlwr what yon roiiy,clo-read bore. It may save your utly, orUfe. it has saved hundroda. 8 thamberlain's Eye and .Ointment . ' A certain oure for Chronlti Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt 'Rheum, Scald Xlead, Old Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and toothing. Hundreds of cases have been enred by it after all other treatment had failed, It is put up in 23 and 60 cent boxes. ' For Sale by F. D. Fell. ' j reoM's n f I Try a Bottle To-day I j inv.anltlted and weak miBerlng from the cxsses , of youth? If ao, bUi.1 tttJJ wiifiiw FwlU cure you, A nrt mitr JP?r "niviBiuta iuiuiitak (orCJh o. SuooWul waara ail , torn. - " tauUtitMrm I. unnoi. SOS aJJ. " IT STANDS ALONE. ' Dr, Hoxsie's CERTAIN CROUP CURE! Takes the lead wherever Introduced over any 8 reparation known, a a Prompt and Powerful uratlw for Croup, W hooping Cougli, Asthma and Bronchitis, ouoenw. ooiu uyrouuuou. uriuutltti throuuhout the state. 6 riiMiMJJ' ' 'VV arcrl"J nlUbla. tADHa, lI ' I. '.'A IZitri l Bl q.i it jw.,l atamna to A. P . OrdwaV l-o.. BoMon,a... for heat medical work publlaheai- "ANAKWW"rlV1nstnnD relief anil is an miuiiiria r.n fr l-llas. 1'rloeil. 117 Druiorlstsormn: .rin frea.Aildri-w--A.UhUi; h,' Uox 2U0, New Vork City. . , .'".I. J.iJ1ll". HA V. ii.V r,.r radlM," a. utta, fcr ratana .t Ml' l.nIU'u. awaj, at ana tt. D3 H n fl lira hV riLd jemao'.' ' college i aaa Tfiral-.- ill! PABKER'b HAIR BALSAM Clniuai and bauilifiai tin ban. Hrvar Palls to RMtora Orajr Hair to tta xouioim v :, Can Mala dinaM bur talUog. iOcand l.oat Dnifrlrt Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon the healthy condition of all the vital oreans. If the liver Im inactive, vou have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered, you have - ... . ., , r .t.i.l v. .. a dyipepilC iook anu it your moneys affected you have a pinched look. Secure good heslth and you will have good looks. Eloctrlo Bitter Is the ireat alterative and tonic, acts directly on these vlial organs. Cures piinplen, blotches, bolls, and gives a good com plexion. Sou st r. v. reus orug store, ouc. per Dome. Captain W. A. Ablieit, who ba long been with Mecsrs. Perctval & Million, real estate and insurance brokers, De Moiues, Iowa, and is one of tlie best known and most respected business men in that ciiy, ssys: "I can testify to the iiood qualities of Chsinberlaln's Cough lleineuy. Having usea it in my iniiiny fur the naat elf Lt veiirs. I can safely say it has no equal lor elllier coins or croup, a seemi lo expel the mucus from the lungs, and leftye the system in as gooa condition hs before taking the cold,. We lmvu also used several ether kinds, but unlieniut- inely eay Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best ot all. 23 snd 50 cent bottles foi sale by F. D. Felt. 8 R.ruse'8 Headache Capsules Warranted. A Thoughtful Person consults bis best interests by having a box of Krauae' Headache Capsules at hand, taken st directed will prevent or slop any kind of a headache, no mutter what me pause In fact It vour skull was cracked would orevent pain. The freotincy of the attacks will diminish, and by Inking the caoaules at the approach ot a ueiel ache, vou will never have another. 2."c per box. Vour rheumatism may be bad : we will admit it to be very bad, and that you have expended a great deal of money tor medi' rlnea snd treatment without receiving much benefit i but remember that others have suliered. even more, ana yet Deen nermsnsntlv cured. No case of rheums. can be so bad that Chamberlain's Puin Balm will not ease tho pain and help It, and hundreds of cases that bad long been rpfrsrdnd as Incurab e have vieluea to tne the toothing effect of this great remedy. ThemomDt relief from pain it alone worth many timet cost, ou cem uuuies for tale by F. D. Felt. Banta Clara. 8. D.. Nov. 25. 1801. Norman I.lc.litv. Des Moines. lows. Dear Sir: While In Denver last fall, 1 honelu a box of Krause't Headache Cap sules which did me much good. I am sublect to biliout headaches. What will you tend me ban a dozen Dozes iorr Yourt truiv. J. ll. Btctcner. Krsuie'i Headache Captulet Warranted. 2 ho SCHOOL-bt ci.m i.ra Tji.imn w h work. Modern metn oda. Low ex pen ea. 110 per cent, ofmwucr In good posltlona. Cointni-rdnl, Shorthand, .Pe" writlniiandpractirnlKnirlishCoura-a. y Cata logue, audresa KX.Meretlith. Prin. ditMUoa, rala wtakaaw, b l"aPe.Nl Sand al-y.O. Natural it t f . r. iiTin, nituri miiia.Hiit,itu White Oil. DOES ryotiR HEAD ACHE rr ma hot j P YOU TAK KRAUSE'O EeadacIleCapsnles 00 Beward Sw sar otlosa eubeunaa BR id in tkaas CapsalM. Nature's Hair Restorative Positively Cures Dandruff, Btopa Halx from Falling Out. Price SO Cents. WHITE BOCK OIL CO, TOLEDO, OHIO. . .von salr By r. n. ri. "'ft Omnmlfi ol prioa, 1 - i antVatrlva CODt ' NORMAN UCHTY MFQ. CO., . - Dlt) MOINIt), IOWA. For Bale by, . ., , Home made Salt rising bread, Home made Yeast bread. PIES, COOKIES and CAKES, FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, LARD. CANDIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Warm meals at all hours BURIED UNDER TONS OF ROCK, Frla-htfnl AceWent in Vermont Marble Onarr y-sevn Men crnsnea o u' by Mass of Stone. Rutland. Vt. Feb. 11 One of the worst disasters In the history of marble quarrying' occurred at West Rutland, a little after 1 o'oiocic eaiuraay - noon, in a quarry operates by the ver- A E00(J record. I have told Chamber mont Marble Company, vr ltn wnion i.i. Coueh ltemerty for ten years, Senator Proctor is connected. A great gayt druggist E. B. Lege, of Vail, la., .ivma fail inti tha niiorrv and "and have alwavt warranted it and never ,, mn were lnttantly kUled and a I had a botUe returned. During the last 80 number of othrt injured. The victims aayt i nave aoiu .mt.uu, uu jj.. fhat .;,- omild not b given perfect satwiBction IU overr and liorhnil Hfhool, Cleveland, fill lo. Eatab. Ilshtyl in lsl Olilert, innti ami m-n. r ni ant A .trait'.n Collctro: newcolleKO hiill'lliiaj Mtj perl.i'tiwliMi; iintileil eirum.' of study. ,r.!.n tamer slieliMin Henant lllust d Cataliwie in o liiilna h KM rill, rai.iun ai reavxTnised. The kUled are) William Lucas, Frank Bullg, Kdwara rowers. Alex Blnmquest and three unrecog nised men. ' The killed and tome of the injured were bnrled under toot of rock and the rescue was difficult, but scores of men went at it with a will The loose pile of stone were removed end blast put in to remove tne larger piocon, aome of which welched many ton Th cause of the caving in of the quarry I not positively known. The ma of atone whlok caught th men who were at work elo by wa a near a oan be estimated sixty feet in long th end twenty feet wide. It fell without Uie least warning, and all who were et work there were at ouee erus bed. Anarahlst Hlrtk CramaloL DcTtwrr , Feb. ltThs body of Fraek Hlrth. the Anarchist who oommltteC eulolde recently, was eremated Friday in accordance with the wuhee of an dead man. His ashes will Dt be pre served tn an urn.' but at hi own re- auel wiU, be toattarW to U four Wtnda Ulrtb had alwayi had eoeUliax itieUadenolM, and we vary aotl i la In every In stance." it aoet notary npacougn; out loosens and relieves it. It will cure a se vere cold in lest time than any other treat ment. 25.50 cent and 11 bottles for tale hvF. D. Felt 8 Miles' Nerve ft Liver Pllli Acton a new principle regulating the llver.stomach and bowelt through tha nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pllli speedily cure biliousness, bad tatte, torpid liver, pueg, constipt tlon. unequaieu lur uiou, nvwuu, M.ildren. Smallest, mildest, surest! nfi rinses. 25 centt. Samples free atE. W Adams'. t . ' . ii Bucklen'l Arnica Salve. The bert talve in the world for cuts, a ...... ..1, .k.nM I Drnltet, eores, uitoro, h imuiu, sores, tetter, chapped bsndt, chilblains, I hnrna. and ail tain eruDtioDs, anu posi tively cure pllei or no pay required. It it guaranteed to ;lye perfeet tatlifsction, or money refunded. Price 29 cant per box. ForaaieDyjr.w.reii. Batmr and Hnngry. For over five vsart I wat a constant 3Uf- famrwrth that moot terrible and annoy ing disease, dyspepsia. After paying out hnndredt of dollars, we on iy meuwiu a fonnd that would do me any i Solentmo American f Agency fo" oJ OOfVeiOHT, at B-ortnfarmatlrm and fraa Handbook wiita to uitMM a (-it. am Hhjiauwav. New VoaaT. Oldeat kuraan for aeaurln patanta In Amerlpa. tho publis bj anoUoa (Ivan free of charge la tho tar t elt ilatlon of mj aolentlto panortn tha world, up euaimr uiu.uaM-u. ,,r-;,,jr.T " man should be without It. Weeklr, :. a yoari si.nuin monioa. v. -Z. a. m i-uaujiuaHa, 31 Broada-ar. Kew Vera City. s trail fJia annwawuini at ChlarA for aome tlm Mai waa KnlnVinr Bitter. BlX bot- 1 . , ... n , , ' a A I H , . . ... A - ViMa I a.a alt Wall I -- -- r.--rm-.r.. nuia d ootueaj sure u iuw. - i Mis la the port of Chicago! establishing fT iTbt ot th aons was not without that time he was . arrested on euspieloa and am happy and hungry. a foe? algnal at Tibbett' Point, Lake tnteraat but it was without-suit Tatattashpt of having written most of the ir-e Oattaria . Y.. and granting a la- -ihatt the m tat h debate - matory articlea hi Spies' pa pox. Vnt a f JvsJll Thomas J. Ma . V Ill ! "?"!Z evidtee wm fSind sgaiuM n-..n Tllnaanm tha eommon tense female remedy, it told and recommended I MThen I say Ctrs I da net aieaa aaanrwrr B tof) Una r a Uma, ana usn , as-i-m n tarn aaaln. I Kait A RADICAL CVB. 1 ha saade th a Ma of FITS. EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKUXSS. Arlfs-Vanf study. I WiSSAirr "T"T r... ik7.a aya Baeaaao itn hava faUadU aa raaaoa lw ITifillja . tiaa a-uaaaa tar a traar-aa.d a "a Pott iJI of my larai.uaui au ar. tad raat Otlea. M woats J aal. aad at Mr iaV 4 U. fi. ROOT. M .On IM rVaf. IT, lwTt a af Uflla.. m4 I iMlMavtatUT Ikall W i-Ti,. wil ' - "' " " VT.V P1TIENTI TREATED BT BML. lionriut"."." Oaveata, and Trade-Marri ohtalned. and all Pat ent bnalnees conducted for Moderata Fees. Our 0Wc It Oppoilie U. 8. Pataiw qce, snd we can aentre patent in lees time than those remote from Washington. 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