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SHE TELEGEAil HKIiALD, FRIDAY MOBSISO, OCTOBER 3 1891.
V lilf Zui of thi Siipa Eedy to Heport far lu'y I? CHILI REFUSES 10 HIKE ASEJDS Decisive Acllea U ;pecte4 If Chili li(tiiM u Talk I jlf L'h1 lltt sea 1 F Kstara Hoaue, TCisiirtOT'S-f, OH. If the report of Chill ref -aa! t accei;, t j the re quest of th United Stales i coaSrn.rd t.. Ct .e U lh breaking 3 u.; lomjtit: relations. Minister t'u wul bei dtrtctod to ask for Lis passports and to withdraw from ths country. Then will cita th enforcia;: of our d.aaai by guaboaU if r titration does not tnfrvene. Tai is an extreme cae and is on the euppo e.tiou thai iiplojiac.T bit dune all that cou'd be diux While peaceful mean tav been loekJ to for eettiinjf the iLlfiv'uUy, thj junta would have ia prove a tiate vt affairs radically direot from that re ported by Capt. 5ch'.ey and the board of inquiry whLih investigated the Raltimcre incident The possibility f aa emergency like this was seen, when araageotnt were made for a natal demoasUatioo iu Chilian wattri If th jauts persists la its refusal there is no course pen to it except to try conclusion wi'.h Uncle Sru. Whiter indirect aid il might ir-st from Great Rritain or other power, none of these would care totrj conciu eious with tha United States by inter fering In a matter i:h which thej bare nothing to do. It will take the r.ostoa thirty-Ave day to reach Valparaiso, tu some of the other ships caa te put there aooaer. As a laat re-ource tail country' way ef de manding reparation would bo to bom bard the tow a at England did Alex andrus in It U not anticipated, however, that the ease will b so des ferata as to require the calling to other of conrea in advanca of regu lar time fur the purpose of declaring war, jet that is what it may come to tf tha American iniabtcr id once with draws. ricryx reaciits amtrica. New York, Oct. i'J.Claadio Vicuna, the president elect of Chili, ha just arrived here. He is now a fugitive from hit native land, owing to the downfall of hi chief, Ralmaeeda, and the story he tells of his unhappy coun try is a sad one. lie said: -TUs jovernoiest of lta'.maceda was tie con eV.tattoaal a-o-eremett of Ckiii. It wti pledged to deten t th Uwt of toe country to tbe Usk Af;uratv t'ea a naipectd turn. The Uturf-a: are Ticter'ous, aul tbe rvpresema ti' ia legal (eferoxaal re forced to -it from tier tomes as if they were crii!'.- T-e caie of ihe rtvolutioo w tae t!c alliance between the forflga CAil"w3t ant the unbounded ambition cf meaao are $?bTUte l la mn atricspbere of pure g Terum6t. Cormptioo and Immorality, se wi4p:d la CbkU, bar coatriduted to C'.i ra$oa to tie Bnriot.b'.o. Tbe jovera Tent had about 0W ma acalast ll.ftDo tae opposttlon, led bf well d.sclplined and trare lta.ler. ForemrU Ton thesa was l:mil Koreer. pU fcy tae troTerameat to w&ictx ks was a tral'.or. Tae goverameat coQcentratel In troop la places wnere tt wa bei.eved tae tasureests wa'.d meat Ulte Ifsaaeaa attack bacxtd ay tbtlr fleet. It wm aa error wilta to 'vrananl aHcrward cerreftied tr coaentratia? !'. aray In tae BeUaooraoott of V pir; aad Santiago. At I'.acula aad Via del Mar. fcoth near toe fraer c:'.y. ine fl?ict strufle too p.o--'. llat terore thee tallies were f j4Lt the spirit ef trallor'.sn was spread arsvrg tae sold ers. One half of tae (wftrtdifs; troops foujtst desrateiy. while ti.e ciier oaif d:.l not f.re a s:agif gco. All tae pr per'-T f tae oposers of toe reolut:oa was eonfls-at1 Halmaced was a noble oul. ani ta preftreaee to causing further ; tro ib'e and bioodiaed Le proferrcd to die a ' free anan before ceccmiaj the prey of a crowd of draakea and iuKr.!y soldiers. W.ir.SKirA AVAtLADLE. YaRINOTOn. Ov.t. 2D. The Te&sela that Secretary Traoy will report to the pres'ulent as abla to bo made ready in ninety day "" equipped as follows: Te Pai!d pale, of 44ld teas. Is 3l5 feet joa. liVCO horre power ar.d cao steam I a Saors an hoir. 'Sae carries far 8 luca aitd six 9-iiica breeca-lasditi riOfS. 3bo aUo las torpedo fib. Tns Kir'g Is a woeHea etssel of tt30 os K) b r9 power ad can steam alotjf 9 tnotsaa acar. i'oe carries two ierh 8 ton. and fotir 9 Inch 4-U soaceta terss and eae CO pouHJer brerb loader. Tbe cru ser Concord Is of tTW toss burdca, Slo reel lanjf 3.ub-,r-e power, sal can make lknMea Loir Her armament consists of iiii 6 !G-b brcb ioadini rifles aad seyeral rapid t. fins. Tbe Cb.cvre ts 4 W tone burden, SIS feet Inn and Las 4,'VO horae power and caa cover ISkeets aa boar. S'.ie carriee four H iaca, at :coa sad to 5 laca brescb loauinj rifles, a.so pti1 rapid Crtnj guas. Tbi Nwsr of '-At twr dlilaeexent. S'.O f-et long. X bo- pow?r. and makes 11 bnt an aur. TweiT t5eb guns et Ata tons eicft. and four six rna-ien trr ceasti tute br e jlpmnt. Tae Petrel Is of tons burdca and only 175 f--M ion. Sh h l.T'O bore power, and caa e'sm 11 k"!t st bonr. Her gaas are f.Mirainwa breeeh-lesdiaf rifles and several rspld-Cr gua. Ths ruiHr.ore sirsiy at Va'psra!o. Is cf 4 4.3 tG ueIi. 3,3 ftlonc. aa Indicated kere foer of 10.TW and caa mas 19 n,H it aa fri'flsrr aa Sae carries four JMnra U ten "vri'. b lia.1iPf rlllss, six-inb,s ani a mnVi ef ma!r gi. Tae Tltowo ! I Mu toas. ft long. S.4T0 Indies:'! aoee-peer, and caa rr.a'- 19 kaote. fifce earr'ies sle 'nca breeea-looAiers and sev erai aaaa.' r int. Tbe 5aa Fr .iir.. is a '.r ship ta tle rviadei nl s-T.i".ar!y efjiiipp'-tl Tae Y ;'. Ta aid Kag.r ar- small woodea vessels, bur cava crt;e aa amazcat of a rtb Nre gei, wkW-b would be ef f ea e fa sse lie ta zit t T M'RtrSi"nA is If 'J tees eiprae eiit, fnt lng MltH t c f sra'. Ilef urrt te! s 'seese neV. and bl!sd 'bis 1 ail S ieeH i-k!i(. !? koe power ts l,. ea4 aa eas t'eam I ' M keots as inf. Hi it eon:' f fsur Hca r. toe :& ieue-ef ri1s and "eral rapid 6e 4TUS. Rert t a Fir. Nit Ovrtr. 0t C9. Th esr-l-s i'fht'n,? n( a match br an errtnloy eif an att,tr,ee,''s stabushme fc m Royal street csnsei the demct"on of property arrto-tnting to over ft.VCfiJ. ard th- er!o'i, if not fat.tl, laj'iry f fjvr wen. The iajural me a are all B;rwes. Son waek af a fire d trevd t.h t)i4 ntt t- the en whiih was bnrnwl Thursday ev-ning aai tho lat fir-s s weakened the walls as t cansi them i ea- In when tie flv.risf in the aoction ro-ams were urai tare'i . PROF. SMYTH VICTORIOUS. Het teiw Hwe4 tw ta reeaewe (4tt Rtr4vf B-ssroe, OS. n Tbe dr t t Wri ?f elifrs has beea set aside in th fantews Adeverca-e. T'a'.s dejsioii f she ejf-et ectirt U n t frtwtad thst tke trateos in aot wede pectiea a th cr fast pre--d.ar Th m ef t's ef ti eif r p- pad spc! la tUsbioa te4U .J for FsWrt E. tiyth. an! dsabtlev ead a atrv tiiAt fc5a befwre the puU Lo fr ocr five jear. The dcx-ion of tae board of vUiturs, now act ajLdc. was rea-iered iaJya Ua7. aol was to th-i etlcct that Her. Ujtrt E. Mcith, D U. lirowa fro t:.r of ecciew aik-al h siory ia the theological itstitatia ia fhiliip academy ia Acdor. w expelled frota bis chair ou account of hetrrodoxy ia teaching auch prvfeior doctriacs contrary Vs the creed of the institution, eacciaiiy respecttcf the inspiration ef the Holy Scriptures aad a prvta tioa after dealk for aouie aauls that have not h the gospel ia this life. A a ap peal was promptly takeu to the aupreuie court of ta.j stata in accordance with a provjioa inalo by the fouodsra of the bcraicary. and a complicated, feotlf coatested and world faiavu sjrie of le.,'al battles went oa. culminatiaj in the dual bearing before the fail b.oju lait November. The Je.iioa covers only one cf tha many grounds of appeal let out by I'rwt .Smyth's lawyers namely: That the board of visitors octfd uajustly and illegally in refuiii to allow the board of trustees to have a share ia the trial. Oa the other poiuts the court expresses no opinion, as the decision on this vital poiul readers the other void. Technically, the effect of the decision is to eod the case back to the board of visitors for a new trial. SLEW MOTHER AND CHILDREN. A IUeourl Murderer Seateueea te Utit for tbe KilUag. of k'lve t'eraeus. - - Trintox. Ma. (Jet. 'J'J. JuJje Good man na-S passet sentence on Josepa Howell, convicted at this place two weeks ao of the murder of Mrs. Min nie Hall and her four children. The crime was one of the most brutal ever committed in Missouri Howell was. In tbe winter ef 189-9, em ployed a school teacher la Linn county, at Urooaflcld. Utile tbe re be became intimate with Mrs. Minnie Hall, a widow. The evi dence In tbe trial of tbe case skewed that oa January . I Howell walked to Brookfleld, about 4 miles aad returned in tbe evening to Mrs. Uad's residence, wbea be performed a criminal opert:oa upon her. Urs. Halt suffered terribly . aad bessed Howell to kill and cad her misery. With aa ux Howell slew her and started to leave, but meetiag a little child la the ball he decided tbat tbe four little children must alo die or his secrst aojld be out. He killed tbe four lanoceat children, then saturated tbe bed with coal oil, and set tbe butldl'v; on fire. NV.hhors seefa; the bouse oa tire hurried thither in tljae to see the four bodies before tbe fire bad destroyed the evidence of the crime. Whea arrested Howell barely escaped lynch la. RIOT AT A FARMERS' MEETING. rive Mas Kllleel and Several Injured at a PeUHcat Catherine; ta Arkaaaaa. Little Rock, Ark., Oct 39. Newa has reached here of a terrible hand-to-hand encounter at Iiucksport, 20 miles from Eldorado, Union county, at a Farmers' Alliance mass meet ing Tuesday night. State Lecturer Bryan, of the alliance, was the prin cipal speaker of the evening. Shortly after he had concluded his speech a quarrel took place among1 several of the spectators, which was soon taken up by many others in the audience. Winchester rifles. shotguns and pistols were used with deadly effect Burt Manning, J. H. Town and three others whose names could not be learned were killed and several slightly wounded. Sheriff Goodwin, of Union county, left Eldorado Wednesday for the scene of the trouble. Kedhot politics was the only and sole cause of the trouble. A louble Murder. DsxvER, Col., Oct 23 An Albu querque (N. M.) spec al to the Repub lican says: llolhrook, Arizona, on tha Atlantic fc Pacitio railroad, was the scene WeJae!day morning" of a shoot ing affray ia which two men were killed. Quite a number of sheep-herders and cowboys were in town and were drinking quite freely. They met in the saloon of Sara Pickett and a row was started. Herman Lopez and Rafael Chaves, two wealthy sheep raisers from Concha, Arizona, were shot and in stantly killed by Joseph Crawford and . C. BelL The murderers backed themselves out of the room with their smoking' pistols in their hands and mounted their horses and made good their escape. Killed by Carelessness. Glejcwood, Minn., Oct 29. The cor oner's jury in the inquest over the per sons killed in the Soo line collision at Thorson brought in a verdict that the collision occurred by reason of the carelessness and negligence of the Soo line and its employes, Harry Price, one of the wounded, died at Haynes ville en route to the hospital, beinj the sixth victim. Sparrows Moat Look Oat. Friti5r,riT.LD, I1L Oct 29. The sec retary of state ia sending out illus trated descriptions of the English spar row, preparatory to tho war of ex termination that is expected to begin against it on tho 1st of December next, under the law pas'ed by the last legis lature ofTer'uig a bounty of two cents a head for all sparrows killed after thai date. truek by a Train. Brrraro. N. Y., Oct 23. Michigan Central paserger train No. 9, west Vtund. Wednesday afternoon struck a wa?rn ariven by J. IL Ll'cnbaum, Sr., on the eastern outskirts of Niagara t j-4iIs n jjr fciJenbaura was killed. He was 70 years old and a prominent resident of Niagara. A Seeefe Pry pH. PntMtw.inAu. ' Al., Ort C. Th ejronfrht io Alabama is reported to c without ts precedent f sr length anJ se verity. Tbe railroads are fin ling diffi culty in getting water to ran their trains. rtad Fire I a STefe! TiMage. K 4ns poo. Wis.. Oct 2'. Almost the entire b j.iass portion of the villsgs rf Lavalle, i. miles north of this city, was consumed" by fire Tuesday oight Lw?s about $' 0.93. Raied the Kate. Lorpox. Oct 3X Th directors of th lisok f Kagland. t check the fl-s of f' 4 fio that country, bar .V-vane-d t":e rat of diseoMnt fron S to 4 per et. Mm rtf leeflteta- N?w Yc?. ?t 19 The dieetr of the etw York Patnr initit re prtt's that Vnit on byJreSohia patink hs d'M o at ef J1 treated at that lav etittttien. tHl taOete. rrTTesre-sit. Pa, Ot. TY. IT. DilL prs'nt rf th First aatiowal bak f ClrfieKl, hse ben laeMcted fr miep7rpriati!; ft!da It i thnht ht hs aWrtage wi2 recl iJ.W HIS MM IT SUU Senator Sivy ;r, Called a ol WUcoasin, Briber. LAFQLLE1IE HIKES A STATEMENT lie itMi Uliu ef Offer! Beadle te Itcuie a t atwtakl liaeiatwe la tU Uarabaw tae-A fro found Saatatlou. MiLwarsri, Oct S3 Mere light baa been thrown oa the auyatery aarrauad iog the sud-iea refusal of Judge hie backer to try the suit to recover inter jtfria ex-5tte Treasurer Uarshaw by "a public statement freaa ex-Coa-gresmaa La Follette. Tuesday morning Mr. lawyer caused the publication of a carefully prepared statement in regard to a certain meet ing between him aud Mr, La Toilette about a taonth ago, at which Mr. Sawyer e.aims he pretfered a retainer In the case to Mr. F'oliette aad also requested the latter to souad Judg biebecker to ascertain whether he was prejudiced against Harshaw. According to Mr. Sawyer's story La Vollette refused the retainer on the ground that it would bo improper for him to be Interested In the suit as JuJe biowecker U his brother-ia-law. In his communication Mr. La Follette pronounces the interview between him srlf and Mr. lawyer, given by the lat ter, as "false and net a true statement of what transpired." He says that he met Mr. Sawyer at the Plank iuton house in this city September 7, In response to an urgent letter from the senator; that the latter immediately began to question him in regard to Judge Siebecker'a feelings toward the defendant in the case, Mr. Harhaw, and that he (LaFollettc) assured Sawyer that tho judge was a fair-minded man who would not let the fact that Harshaw had opposed hia ap pointment bias his ludgment Then, according to Mr. La Follette, Mr. Sawyer said: "These cases are awful important to us in tho state, and we cannot afford to lose them. It cost me lots of anxiety. I don't want to have to pay" naming $109,030 or more; Mr. La Follette is not certain. "iSow, I came down to aeo you alone. No one knows I am to meet i you here. I don't want to hire you as ' attorney in the cae, Mr. La Follette, and don't want you to go into court but here is 550. I will cive you $500 ' more or 51,000 more (Mr. La Follette is uncertain which ho said) when Sie- becker decides the case right" Mr. La Follette says he immediately told Sawyer that if he had 6truck him in the face he would not insult him as he insulted him then; that he (Sawyer) was endeavoring to get him to talk to the jadge 1 about tho case off the bench : and that he had not money j enough to employ him as an attorney after what had transpired. Mr. LaFollette says he gave the whole matter careful consid eration, and on the advice of personal friends called the attention of the court to the incident The publication of Mr. La Follette's side of the 6tory creates a profound sensation in political circles. Tho whole matter will undoubtedly sim mer clown to a question of yeracity be tTven Senator Sawyer and Mr. La Follette. THE SHILLALAH REIGNS. Series ef Most Farleus Combats Ketween rarnellitea and atoCarthyltes at Cork. Cork, Oct 29. The hospital of this city is getting to be uiite a rendezvous for wounded political enthusiasts. No less than thirty-two persons, more or less seriously injured, are being treated in that institution for injuries received from flying bricks and stones or blows j from the popular blackthorn, received j during free tights that occurred Week day night 'between tho McCarthyites and Famellites. All night long half-drunken partisans reeled about the streets. From time to time gangs meeting on :s corner would dispute and then an appeal would ba made to the ever ready black thorn or to a convenient bowlder. The gentlemen on both f-idea were generally so expeditious iu their move ments that it was almost always easily possible for them to refresh themselves with an exhaustive supply of objurga tory adjective and a vigorous play of cudgels and stones before the appear ance of the police. Co..k, Oct 29. John Dillon was stoned while passing through the streets Wednesday evening, and one man struck him a heavy blow on the leg with a stick, badly injuring him. righting; la Salvador. St. Louis, Oct 20. A dispatch from the City of Mexico says that there Is a rumor in the city that there has been an engagement on the frontier of Guatemala and Salvador between Sal Tadorian refusees and Salvadoriaa troops, and the former were defeated. Nothing could be heard of the fight at the Salvadorian legation, where the mmor is not believed. Could Not Live Without Tier. Louisville, Ky., Oct 29. A special from Cadiz, Ky., says: Thomas Wallace committed suicide at Clden Fend, this county, by taking morphine. His wifo died a few days before and be became despondent and gloomy. He left a note to his brother telling him to wll his property and pay his debta; that he had ge-n to meet hi wife. Wallace waa about 1 years c.f ag". The Wisconsin I.eagro. ' O-hkoiw, Wis, Oct 2 A meeting of the Wisconsin ba ball lagu was he'd here Wednesday. Marinette was refused the championship pennant on r ground that tho clnb gained first ,sisce. thrs'ijh fraa4 All of the clnb Till place teams in the field next sea- ton. KILLED FOR A. DIAMOND. law ffargtsre ofrete Medieal Ste deat with Uae. Ottvmw. Ia. Oct 79 I A. Ftavens, medical strident, was fsnnd i.vi !n th of of Dr. Sl-rnrkl Wednesday mornin?. having been nf-f-oa!el by gss while a ice p. When pr ?'.rnisVi oTned the ofl he ran back U call aastst.ne. His fx, arrack evTtthlg at tf treat dyr, whieh hsd bn fmn4 nn fa'enV and stooping dna he dle crwared a neati. The tie wa reccg rd4 as th on wora by young f-tetena, act ia wMeh h wor a Crto 'ims4 stt4 Fvem? aeti'v aS.nweA tbat th tie had bea rot aai the div nr-onJ rcuioved. The frost door o the oSc hai len locked by Dr. Bciihaui at lock tho c'-rtt before, letting buu inside. Lr. Bouhaua Lai the only key cf tho c2ic and the door c oil Id not have been unlocked even by Mevens. The theery advanced l v Drs- Slotuinahi aud Btahaai ia that burglars forced with the intention of the door opening tho asleep they taVe frora to his nostril eafe- Finding Stevens pulled tho rubber the gas lamp and held it shi!e be inhaled tho deadly gaa. They doubtless becauc aUrmtd, and, hastily snatching the tie, cut tho diamond from it a they ran, leaving tha gas turted on in their flight ILLINOIS FARMERS. jtoiaaneudatiaa Adapt ad by ike State Alllaava Utiiativa. SrRiariKLD. UL. Oct St. At Wednesday's meeting of tho state Farmers' Alliance the committee on poo' of the order saade a report which was concurred Iu, containing tho fol lowing recommendations: The division of tho state into congressional districts and the appointment of district or gauiiers; the establishment by tho executive committee of a lecture bu reau to systematize the lecture work of tho state, tho bureau to arrango to furnish alliance literature; that tho state paper publish outline studies of alliance principles and demands. A recommendation was also made thai trading posts bo established through out the state according to tho Rochdale system, which provides for a division of tho profits arising from trade be tween customers and tho men who furniah tho capital. TORN TO PIECES BY WOLVES. Two Children of m Minnesota Farmer Mangle I by the Fierce Drutee. Austix, Minn., Oct 23. For the past two months wolves hare inhabited a section of timbered land near the farm house of Jerrard Jensen, 7 miles east of this city. Tuesday evening the family were horrified by cries from their two small children who had drifted into tho wooded growth. The father armed himself and started toward them, but before ho could reach tbe sceno the brutes had completely torn the little 4-year-old boy to pieces, and were mak ing rapid work of the little 8-year-old girl. Tbe body of the boy was horribly mutilated and the daughter's right arm and limbs badly chewed, but it is thought sho may recover. Milwaukee Hold lore' Home. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct 29. Got. Tlathaway, of the soldiers' home of this city, has completed hia first annual report to the board of managers. Tho report shows that during the flacal year the whole number of veterans cared for was 3,133, an excess of 227 over tha number cared for in the preceding year. Tho average number present and absent was 2.5G2, and the maximum number present at one time was 2,185. Tho minimum number present was 1,829. The number of deaths in the institu tion during the year was 124, and the average age oi tnose who tiled was nearly 6'J years. The death rate was S9.59 per 1,000. The average cost of rations per man was about 17 ceata daily. A Fermer Killed by a Train. ATcmsoy, Xan., Oct 29. Michael Wilkins, one of the wealthiest farmers and largest land owners in Atchison county, and his wife were returning home Wednesday evening and wero crossing the Santa Fe tracks at a point known as Omaha Junction when tho east-bound passenger train bore down on them. Mrs. Wilkins waa on the rear of the wagon and jumping of? escaped injury. Wilkins jumped from the side of the wagon and a second later the train struck it knocking the heavy wagon on top of him and killing him instantly. An Impostor In Trouble. Atlanta, (J:l, Oct 29. The bogus lord, Walter S. Bcresford, has been found guilty of forgery in Rome, Ga., and will be sent to the penitentiary to morrow. He ca:ce to Rome some tirao ngo, and being a polished scoundrel worked his way into the best society and became engaged to an heir?ss. Ho forged a check for 51,000 on Mr. Ham ilton and subsequently disappeared with a diamond ring belonging to his fiancee. After much trouble ho was captured and brought back and found to be a married man named Sidney Lace lies. National Prohibition Cnmnaltta. India xatolis, Ind, Oct 23. Syl vester Johnson, member of the na tional prohibition committee for In diana, has received notice from the secretary of tbe committee that a meeting will be held at the Sherman house, Chicago. December 17, to deciJe upon a time and plaee for holding tho next national prohibition convention. COMPULSORY EDUCATION. :A certain ureeer isn't Bo sure It's n Oeed Thing;. There Is a grocer on North Clark eireet whodoetn't writo very well un less he has his tongue sticking out on th left side of his mouth, and, like most men with this deficiency, he be lieves In compulsory education. Tho other morning, after much labor, he prepared a card as followa: "Rolled oata, Se per pound. It looked very well from tho right, left and front and ho stuck it up ia a barrel of oatmeal just outside tho street door. It attracted a small etreet gamin after a tins and when tho ga min had ben in conjunction with it about -two minutes he attracted tho grocer. What a change had eora over that eard With a stub of a pencil the little beggar had crosvd the l a ao l It read: Rotted oats, a per pound." The grocer had heard that a llttlo Vnoledg la a dangerous thing, and this set him to eogitatlag. That even ing wbea it was reported at homo that his ycranf heir had played hoay the boy's taotfcer walleyed hfsn within an Inch of h? lif- Then the father slipped aro4, elated the Voy tr rnt aid aad gave him a great tig silver quarter for Vef CMratra Mail. T e.htle ef Hry. "Are tho pTl any body r TVy are ktKwy by everybody, Vsst ear to kw weVody." "Then they nost b arwebody. Life. Oa, iM onlf n4 her eofipf kt! Yhyi is t?4- Ue Poxxo. OwrJtva PowJor. Co U Gdt9 i C L W. VL PI Tv"S . I Both the mftliod and mult when Syrup of is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the tale, and act gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the rs- tem cfiectuallr. dispels cold, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup cf Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the Ulte and ac ceptable to the etomach, prompt iu its action and truly texjeucial in iu effects, prepared only from the xnost teaiiuj ana agreeauie suusianccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the moat popular remedy known. h -c . i - u- t i- .ru DjTup ui a: i3 ior jo iu vv and $1 bottles by all leadiD drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand tviil pro cure it promptly for any one who wiihes to try it. Do not accept aaj substitute. CALIFORNIA F'G SYRUP CO. 4V fRAKCISCQ. CL. lOUtS VILLI, it. hi A' 1QHK, H. t. : OF ALL ! COUGH CURES; DOCTOR mum ENGLISH Sold in England I for Is. lSd., and . t in America for 25 cents av bottle. it tastes good. : r t Dr. Acker's English Pills j Core Sickness and Heidacae. s Small, pliusit, a favorite with the l4l. S W. H. HOOKER A CO4 KTW TOSg. HUMPHREYS' Da. IIlmi-ubxts' Sratnrica are acientlOoally aud carefully prepared prcwrlutioos i used for many rears la prJ:o practice wltt soccMw.aml forcer hlrty jeuJ-SUe.I by the fx-ot,l terjr slnele Bjjo elAo Is a special cure for t illwu ucn-d. Tbtwu .SperlUca cure without drurciuc. r1 ln or reducing tbe svttem. aiul am Iu fnrt aiid dnrdtlisaeverritn resncdieeeftke World. Urr or riuxrir.t, no. cvr.xs. rairr. f FTera, ConRnstloB. loflnnimation... .'2i 2 Werano. Wuria feer. t.ix? . ..i 3 t'ryinsr Ceilr, orTe-thlrf of InfaoU .7 i 4 niarrbe. of Children or aUuita 'i. 9 lseotery Urliitup, );li.oncoiic.. f 'holer Morhna, Xomitlnt 'j. i T ruti jsrunrui.w ii Viirnl.lH. Tooita-'iie. Facearhe ... leadara e MrsuwurK". ktukw- nnrrioiril or I'alrtnl 1'erleda. S Blira, uh) rnuuw i rnnu f roue. Couth, MflU-ult Hrea'l.'ne. ... will Rhea in, rrraijiCaa. l.rurtwna. vheamal tsai, f.beiimalJc' I ains.... ever atid Aihc, Mils, naiaria.... ilea, min t r i;iei nu 19 f'atnrrii, mnuensa, I "lainmeiieaa .oif it Whooolna; rough. VloWt o.ui . ..( 124 tieneral leolllty.I toyalcaiWeakiiia .50 '27 Kldaey llaeoe ..50 IS Nervans nehlllty HO rrinary V elne, Wettlne Ked. .AO t l)iseases ol t be 11 earl. l alt itaUun 1.00 Sold ty rruevista, or arnt poeP'4 oa reeelrt ef trloe. lia IlvaraaEVi ltau t' PP1 rlolUy bound In rtoth and ell. wailed free. HTJMPHKETS' METalOIKE COj Cor. WUUani aad John Streets, Hew York. SPEC. FICS. Lsavxa a Dkltcat aittj Lasttko Ooom Tn. h H TMit a-1 raorr Oo1s rvalers rlf enable to pnxure thia swderfal std 4e In Mamr sr.d reeetve a rake by return matL J AS. 8. KIRK & CO., Chicago. srrrTsToviM'w nnwa1s Ma remise fV ety V a.it aot T KFr. to anyone eebdiac ue tan a wrappers of haodca Bc"s Kse, Wootl'n Ilioiliocllne! TUK GREAT r.N';LIil REMEDY. rremt'tiyaDd perma entis ru" ail l.'fn.s of Nervous WaTtes 1 r- li !'. hpej ma;.rrtia. Irr i-onrT.nd f leBects fit Ami- or Eicesaes. been r"T:le t e-yer vers ia tn"T'siies ei tsea: Is H clt tr'ts na " 'tt t tfP'ie lca: C"'.. )l w aawsrd are., letr. V toid la Ura-d lipids fey E. Mfilo-i. ONE CENT A DOSE. ?fet.ee !fke tlnt alk. yt nsr?r er lrt to rather than f- a heay dorter's bii:. Bat ht s i,e ti oer'e at all t- atid e-e may I" f'eha4 Sf t e yse fearnt a y neat lurae'-k Itid Mit-rs. a BW.-ine bal Is t.Hr ta ecre er r't cwum tf tit stw''ri. 1!vt sat rx,we's. Tae rr-et e-nee-e o? ete sre l'V: (.. an1 ot ! a?"n. Tlky reps lUa'a... Rt.i'-nsa. I'i'ilrs. ra'r1at.B 1 fi.oad. a h f fc If! tV esna-S pn- !!, Hat s. b-t-ts t'w-rs. aro:a and e?! "t !k. (I n ifwt ti tt;e e-(ttr -ysa. W. frsa-:- furth-t V MUt lnrTS if Tsl'b fully - r.An..nr eirerraua. ta e?a Iysnfs,a in t nrt.atsn a?-1 a d!ae ep-'ae ne f-a-n t'w. ar n i read t e&eaey ta are r-t t ed atr wet at tfc- r t "1 tk f rt bottle. rosrck. aiiLtrRv a y ofa;e, 5. T. S Sluat ink Sills .. a. ss,, , t; -J ; Ilrne- ii a tier. ' T f . - . . . . in in v(., A crt)t'T inr nninim-rm'n:-.! JaJL Jew. it r: " .irii worn" wnrmtr.. . " , - VVS m-i tthS,laf lis ts1wnt tre. Itir fri-e flfAM Tt iette-. ar1 we wil! ar"l ty ?e''i'B wall. I " 1 PrL-e.e- peliar. 11; V ,"! please,, I I sli wil cur-. I'amr-lilet !ti pain e.1 en-j . GRAND RAPIDS Souvenir Spoons These Spoons offer a charming opportunity to bestow a gift which will be treasured with many fond tern em brances of the giver. Original Design , made in Sterling Sil ver only. An Ex quisite addition to any Spoon Lo lection. J. C. HERKNER. 57 MONROE-SI- GRAKD RAPIDS. MXH M 1S3 I. D. HAR1NF.SS, Makes a ?tecla!tyof Misses and Children's DR1SS AND CLOAK-MAKING, rtocms 7 snd 8 I he Gilbert. (Elevator ta uaej Corner Monroe ard Spring Street. s TAXDACD FASHION CO.'S atso Stamped Goods and Stamping B. H. IIAlcRIN, Telenhone 3 1 7. 525-527 S. Division-.' 0LDIERS wjt Place Yoar Clalinalor I'OIlfaloUSS XSotinlloM, ETC, 'ttte hands cf at torseys at a dis tance v tea you caa cniloy ao attorney St hotae whose fa lilies for aerrlnj U aft utexct.itd F. I. DARLING, date Special Examiner V. S-Eureaaef Pea- atons). 41 Old Houseman Block. has had elcbteen years etperl ne in he pros ecution of all n. surer of VrCalro.aod weu.J lesperf fulls solicit year buire. No 1 iiv U a- anrr.fu! I'eDtlea Vourhers eseeutel ! free. 1 or the convenleaee of those employed d urine the day his crnce I. epea every eveuus CALL AND EE RIM. m rklrk-Wi K.aU.S S1sm 9rmt, rEKNYROYAL PILLS ata. ta .(- Sw Mrtw. ai..in m4 " rflr fr I..4- l- . vTat-a St.IL I . I i . P. - 1 - . ay aB U. tr-asww. i aia. tm. thp rreTtrHttr-e rs'vei a. tarrerfeetlea F'Htire fr wltti evrette I'oeartot nialn. k'Ht.VI.Ma al ItlCl I Rt C'utes tlonnrrbea and lret la 1 to 4 . k prnrr1!. f'ert i any address lor ! o MALYD0R MANUF'G CO. LA MAiTCR V ra-rn. with br a. arre and s-t4 h"'" 4.ra ttib alMl n in 1 w mk. d rrm una flrs ana r" iie . b tussju. Si pr aa. Sas asa., k.eaM. a. I. FolahyTeek Hros..ni M"hU A Wlilta. TO WEAK MEMs ncfflnsr fi'et ohfnl ermee aitil-ril, r- rreC v. . rouxiiiia Br. 0. P. 8:cm,$ hi OWotil, 05LT A Jl tr.UR A TT. Cr.l Newa T mm rwwe1aela. 5p lst hunday I cefd sr at "" t a wan -v with lr t. rtiHvs ).f-B h-ai) t'.td II ' (URtment, Mf l is r'Mi-is "( f ust ti remoeed wtib Mle li b le-. e wr, rsckiiatowa, erk county. -kso nSUIUTARYACJXEKT SKiaiTSMOUrM. O. .'-! hr, C.assal C?t- t eeid ! t CHir"e ! 'set- ' ' le-y ad tea?r ! "s r"a-tt'!m-.d fl'm'tb'mi ;.'. "t a:4ef f-wnH ef fiu-h!-f. .Vwr tM-4 .- ? - 7ef. 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