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THE DREAM CITY. PART 13 NOW READY. This beautiful number devoted to Fine Arts presents a list of views surpassing any issue which has yet appeared. From the outset the intention has fc>een honestly expressed and the promise confidently given, to make each number superior in every way, if possible, to its predecessors. This has not proven an exception in Number 13 as NO PAINS HAVE BEEN SPARED To procure the finest selections possible for this number. Remember that all back numbers can be procured at this office. As the series is now nearly completed all subscribers should notice that there are no parts missing as this complete series, bound, makes the most at tractive World's Fair Book yet issued. THE SERIES : : NEARLY COMPLETED THE MARIE BURROUGHS series of ART PORTFOLIOS of STAGE CELEBRITIES will be complete in two more weeks and it is with a feeling of regret that the subscribers to this magnificent series note that the weekly visits of this entertaining collection of photographs is drawing to a close. The remaining numbers, including Number 12, which is now ready, will be devoled exclusively to photographs of Grand Opera Singers 4 Acd will be especially interesting as THIS IS THE ONLY COLLECTION OF THIS CHARACTER PUBLISHED Do not miss any of the parts. All back numbers may be obtained at this office. PART 12 NOW READY. CUT THIS OUT. MAY 15.1804. MEMORIAL WAR BOOK COUPON. Tnw« ol thw« conponi Win ten cents s tht current number of tne Mem• Book. It presented at tbe I Dipartiwnt of Tbe JoniMi. 0UTTOMQVT. MAY 15, 1804. STAGE CELEBRITIES, Thl« Coupon with twoot&eM of different date»;an8 Ten Cents, la good for one part, containing wenty portrait*, ol Ibe Marie Bnrrough's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE LYNCHED. A Mob Executes the Murderer ol a Kansas Postmaster. Breaking Down Jail Doora It Takes George Rose to a Bridge and Hangs Him. THE SHERIFF FORCED TO YIELD. STHONO CITV, Kan., May IB.—George Hose wns lynched at midnight Saturday night lor the murdor ol Karl Kuhl Friday. Kuhl was asabtant postmaster at Cottonwood Falls, 22 miles west ol Emporia. Hose was employed In the Courant office, in the same building as the post office, whose owner and editor, W. E. TlmmonB, is postmaster. The murder is supposed to have been caused by jealousy, Rose baring expected to receive the position given to Kuhl. The murderer gave himself up to the sheriff. At 11 o'clock Saturday night Sheriff Hodge Murdock was called to the door by a ran. ™- He was suddenly grabbed and pulled outside his door. Several pistols were presented at his head by masked men and he was conducted to the door of the ceil, which he was ordered to unlock. This he was forced to da After securing the prisoner the masked men, about fifty in number, surrounded him and proceeded to a railroad bridge. In the meantime the news was spread and a crowd of 500 people surrounded the place, and as the lynchers started made a rush toward the prisoner. The masked men fired a few shots in the air and ordered the crowd to fall back Their orders were complied with, and they proceeded to the railroad bridge about a quarter ol a mile away, where he was hanged. The lynchers then quietly dispersed, Icav ing the body dangling between the bridge and the waters of the Cottonwood river, where it remained until 9 o'clock Sunday morning. "BASEBALL. Uame* Won and Lust by Club! of Leactluc Organization*. The following table shows the standing ol the various clubs of the National Baseball league: iron. Lott. l*r Ct.. Cleveland ................ ~..l| * •»» Baltimore ..................... 13 « •«*• Pittsburgh ................... 12 9 -*2 Philadelphia ............... --K J -«J? Boiton ........................ U I -JU XowYorh ..................... 10 8 M6 Cinolmwt! ..................... 8 8 .M St Louis ..................... 8 10 .444 Brooklyn ................. ..... ^ 11 -889 Loft. 1 3 3 Louldvlllo ................... B 12 Washington .................. 3 17 The standing of the clubs Western association to date is lows: Won. St JODCDtl ..................... 8 Lincoln ......................... S Omaha ... ....... .. ............. » RookTsland .................... < Peorla .......................... « Jacksonville ................... J Cat Molnos .................... 3 Western league clubw stand Tl'on. fait. Toledo ......................... « * Sloui City .................. " 6 Grand Rapids ................ 11 J Kau.a 8 (Sty .................. » Minneapolis ....... ............ 7 Indianapolis .................. \ Milwaukee .................... * Detroit ...... ... .............. a .1M in the aa fol- JPtr Ct, .889 •«« .o-5 -WO .H12 as fo»- Per Vt. 8 BATTLE WITH BURGLARS. Thieve* Surprised In »n Alabama Store- on* of Them Killed. BIRMINGHAM, Ala,, May H.— Burglars entered J. U. May's store at Woodlawn at a o'clock a. m. Adolph Griffith, Torn Wbitson and Elijah McPherson, ofBcers, were secreted about tho place. After breaking open tho store one of the burglars opened fire on tho officers, when ft pitched battle followed. James Milton, one of the burglars, wna killed. Another bui- glar, who escaped, was wounded, and Tom Whitson, one of the officers, was shot in the leg. The officers are after the escaped burglars with dojfs. Otturawa Guarded Apilnst Kelly. OTTUMWA, la.. May .-I,—The mayor and city council met Kelly's navy at Eddyville and told hiii they could expect provisions if they passed through the city aud camped 3 miles below. It not they could not cuter the city. Kelly accepted the terms named and moved from Eddyville early in the morning. The city is guarded by 2i)0 extra officers. Kelly's boats begun to arrive at 11 o'clock. Ten thousand people were in tov,-n to witness the siprht The p boats Uoated on under a puard to camp quietly and the bigpest supply of provision* yet served was received. Forest Fires In tho Oil Region. RUSSELL CITY, Pa., May U.—Forest Bros hWe boon raging in the biff woods of this (Elk) county for several days. Sunday the fire reached the oil lease of McDerrnott & Barnsdall and destroyed several oil rips. All the meu in the neighborhood have been fighting- the flames for two days and are almost prostrated with fatigue. Help hris been asked for from Kane. lilrw Away tli« Trmck. FERGUS FALLS, Minn., May 14.—An electrical storm of cyclonic character passed over tho eastern part of this county Sunday night. Near Banning the cyclone lifted a section of the Northern Pacific track into the air and scattered it over tho surrounding country. The west bound train has been delayed in consequence, and is still at Wadcna. Fatal Railway Wreck. OWEQO, N. Y., May ) 4.—Train No. 3 un the Lobigh Valley road, duo »t Owcgo at 1:03 p. m., was wrecked 3 miles north of this city. There were thirty-five passengers on the train. One boy 5 years, old, Willie Mahar, of Newark valley, was killed outright and twenty-nine other passengers were •badly injured. En Boat* to* His Horn* •.N«f.,TOMt. : 3«ay;,;l*--~B Simple ailments neglected may »TOW deadly. A handy ( remedy is ( P^-Ck/pif 1h» <-» *-?-T> ' c 7 . DCwvii^iiiii ^ n all cases \vlu:re Liver and Stomach trouble is suspected. , 25 cents n box. IS ( oils at 2 o'clock p. m. over tne fennsyl- yania road. He is traveling alone. A case In which he is to appear as counsel Is about to come before the Indiana courts. THUi MAJiKliiTd. Grain, Provisions, Bto. CIHOAOO, May 14. Fix>ua — Quiet and easy. Quotations ranged as follows: Winter—Patents, 12.80® 8.00; straights, K.«0@i75; clears, I2.SO@2.40; seconds, H.80®1.00; low grades, ll.60@1.70. Spring—Patents. laaxSlSU: straights, 12.21*3 ftOO; Makers', ll.75@410; low grades, H.40@i.50; Kod Dog, IJ.80O1.40; Rye, »2.40©2.50. WnKAT — Futrly aotlye and unsettled. Cash, M*9Mo; May, MI-MJMKo; July, la CORN—-Quiet and easier. No. H SIW- No. > yellow, S8HOI No. 3, SflJiOS'oi No, 3 Yellow, 880; June, S7«@rHo: July, S8ffia8)ic: Sep. tomber, 88,\@89^to, CUM—Firmer and higher. No. * cash, „,,_ SS»o; May, lSJfO33»c; July, 2»*®29ttc; September, 25<<ft8BXo, Samples steadier. No. H, Bl®8»o; No. 3 White, 34K(»SOo; No. 2, 34<8 MHO; No. 2 White, SOdSOttc. Rn—Demand fair for oash Kyo, but futures orn slow. No. 2 cash, «c; .sample lots, 18®r • May delivery, 4t34t)4o- BARUT— What little Oiero is comlnf ., sells fairly. Cholo* by sample, M®48c; fair to good, Sl(»5So; common, 4*9600, with screen Ings Il7.00ai9.oo per ton. M»9S PORK—Trading light and prices lower. Quotations ranged at 12.80ai5.lB for caah regular; *IS.l&al2.20 for May and 112.20^12.24 for July. LABU—Very QUlot and lower. Quotations ranged at 7.40OT.45 for cash; I7.W»7.45 for May; t7.0u®7.0B for July, and *7.0BHa7.05 for September. Lrv* POCI-THT—Per pound: Chickens &C 80; Turkeys, 6970; ducks, SQBtfo; Goose, 13.00 @5.0Q per dozen. BUTTKR—Creamery, 9O16KO; Dairy, 9ttl4o; Pucklng Stock, 6&8H°- LIQCOES — Distilled spirits steady on tha basis of II. 16 per gal for finished goods. OILS—Wisconsin Prime White, 7)4C; Water White, 7tfo; Michigan Prime White, 8Kc; Water White, 9o; Indiana Prime White, 8«o; Water White, 8»fo; Headlight, 175 tost, 8tfo; Gaa- ollno, 87deg's, II Ko; 74 dog's, 80: Naphtha, 6» dcg's, CMC. SHORT SPECIALS. Forest fires are raging in Elk county, Pa., and a number of oil rigs have been destroj'ed. Incorrect mounting has rendered practically useless four of the broadside guns of the new cruiser Columbia. Daisy Vaughn, a 10-year-old Anna (I1L) girl, took poison because her mother refused io let her have her own way. Two men named Uoivin and Lachance were drowned in St. Charles ricer, Can., by the overturning of their boat Jehu Baker has announced himself as a candtdnto for the republican congressional nomination in the Twenty- first Illinois district A telescope with a lens composed of nine pieces of glass has been built by Louis Gathroan, of Chicago, and is said to work satisfactorily. Naval veterans of the civil war decorated Farragut's grave in Woodlawn cemetery, New York. Rear Admiral Osborno made an address. Tho strike of coal miners at Pana, 111., has been declared off. Two hundred and fifty of the strikers were not permitted to return to work. A score of bloodhounds and a posse of citizens are on tho trail of the Taylor brothers, the murderers of tho Meeks family at Browning, Mo. "Steve" Scaley, who was king of the St. Louis gamblers twenty years_ago. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with leas expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence ia due to its presenting in tha form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, tbe refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met withjthe approval of the medical profession, because it acts on tho Kidneys. Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in OOc audr $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup do. only, whose name is printed on every package,ate fta_name.Syrupof Figs,. died in Chicago, where for a year h« had been a restaurant manapei'. Ex-Stato Senator L. S, Uaucbett is dead ut Waverly, la., the result of a parulytic stroke, lie waa 51 .years old an<i was conspicuous in state politics. Because of iiiubility to secure coal tho factories of the American Glucose company at 1'aorla, 111., have shut down, thro wing 350 men out of employ- meat. Netfotlatkms are in progress by which the government may obtain possession of the equestrian statuette of Washington owned by Lord Georjjo Younif. A. J. MundelJa, president of the board of trade, lias resigned his seat in the Hritish cabinet because of criticism of his connection witli the New Zealand Laud company. The four damage suits aggregating 3210,000 against the South Fork Fishing and Hunting club growing out of the Johnstown flood are to be heard at Williamsport, Pa., next October. MRS. LILLY'S MURDERERS. Two Negroe* Arrcitod Under Suspicion ol Having Committed Ilie Crime. ATLANTA, Ga., May 1*.— Two ne- groes have been arrested for the murder of Mrs. Lilly, who was found dead at her table Sunday night. There Is nothing but circumstantial evidence against them. The old lady was supposed to have some money. Mrs. Lilly was murdered just as she sat down to eat her supper. Her murderer choked her.to'death with a pair of tongs by which he held her throat She lived 4 miles from this city. A son lives within a hundred yards of her house. It tost •6,000,00(1. BUENOS Ay BBS, May 14.—In his message to the Argentine congresa President Saenz Pena put the cost of the revolution at 16,000,000 and declared that peace had been »olldly established and that there would be BO compromise with persons who attempted to disturb It. ToMlnit on tbe •'Briny." Is very Tar from amusing, untravelod reader, if so be you are one. A rebellion fomented by each inountiiinous wave that smiths the vessel's hul threatens absolutely to dislodgo your very vitals from their natnral resting place, and a naust a so Frightful that It would reconcile yon to a totml nation of your suHarlngs by shipwreck barasses you. Well for yon men, or rather before this crisis, If jou are provided with Hosteller's Stomach bitters, K swift remedy for and preventive of the nausea of travelers by sea or lurd, nervousness caused by the vibration of the screw of a steamer or tho Jarring of a railway train, and an antidote to bowel, liver and stomachic troubles caused by Impure water end unaccustomed food The bitters aluo. counteracts the ettecos of fatlene and exposure, and Is a tafegoard against malarln, rheumatism and kidney trouble. A Pointer for Traveler*. While Mr. T. J. Rlcbey, of Altona, Mo., was traveling In Kansas he was taken violently ill with cholera mor- bus. He called at a drug store to get some medicine and the druggist recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 80 highly he concluded to try it. The resnlt was immediate relief, and a few doses cured him completely. It is made for bowel complaint and nothing else. It never fails. For eald by B. F. Kees, ling Druggist. A Popular Ueniedy. The promptness t,nd certainty of its cure have made Chamberlain's Cough Uomedy famous. It Is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and is the most effectual remedy known for these diseases. Mr. C. B.Main, of Union City, Pa., says: "I have a great sale on Chalmberlam's Cough Remedy. 1 warrant every bottle and have never heard of one falling to give entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keasllntr. Druggist. A Dairyman'« Opinion. There is nothing I have ever used for muscular rheumatism that gives me as much relief as Chaimberlain's Pain Halm does. I have been using It for about two years—four bottles In all as occasion required, and always keop a bottle of it in my home. I boHovo I know a good thing when I get hold of It, and Pain Balm Is tho best liniment I have over met with. \V. B. Denny, dairyman, New Lexington, Ohio. 50 cent bottles for dale, by B. F. Keosllng, Druggist. Home Seeker's Excursion*. May8 and 29. 1894, the Wabash Railroad Company will sell round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates to principal points in the Northwest, West, Southwest and South. For particulars of which please call on or •iddress C. G. NEWELL, Ag't, Logansport, Ind. 81.55 Bound Trip to indunapollsj via PcimBylvAiiln Llnw- Wednesday, May 16, for all regular trains of that day account I. O. O. F. Encampment. Returning trains leave Indianapolis 11:15 a, M-and 11:20 p. m,. and return coupon valid until May 17, Inclusive. Vandalla Line. $1.55 to Indianapolis and return, licketi good going May 16, and to return Including May 17; account of I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge of Indiana. For particulars apply to J. C. EDGEWOBTH, Ag't. Mrs. Lucy C * Miller, Bingham, Mich., writes makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer: "I needed help if any p#or mortal, ever needed It" Krt. A. C. Sfedlock Orleani, Ind. Good Reason for Faith Cured of Scrofula by Scrofula permetUi humanity. It Is thoroughly" Indued into tho blood. Scarctlr » DUB 1» . tree Irom It, la one form or another. Hood'*>' Buupartlls cures icrofula promptly, iur»ly, : permanently. Tbouianft of p«opl« UT to. For fnitance, read tills: "I am Justified In thinking Hood's SanapuUl*. ft tplandld medicine by own experience with- it I was a great sufferer Irora icrofoU, having dreadful sores In my ears and on ray head, sometime! like large bolls, discharging all the time. My husband Insisted that I take Hood's Sarsaporllla. Of tho fint bottto- My Appetite Improved, and I felt pome what bettor. Bo I bougbtanotter- • bottle, sod by Ui« ttmo It waa half goo* Ot»- torofula bad entirely disappeared. I am- Hood's*a>Cures DOW entirely {roe from acrofula and wa*>. never In better health. Hood's Sarsaparfflo. Hood's Pills) euro liver Ills, constipation,,., biliousness, Jaundice, sick beadacUe, lndlantton»- How te Cure • Cold. Simply take Otto'e Cure. We know of Its astonishing cures and that It will atop a cough quicker than any known remedy. If [you have asthma, bronchitis, consumption or any disease of the throat and lungg, a few doses of thl»- (treat guaranteed remedy will surprise you. If you wish to try call at our store, Ben Fisher's, and we will be pleased to furnish you a bottle free of cost, and that will prove our assertion. BEN FISHEK, Sll Fourth street. lDjurlon» Catbsurllctj, Are you aware that the use of purging teas are injurious—they dilute the- stomach fluids, Impair digestion, do- not move the secretions or bile—physicians never use them. The bast cathartic is a £ood pill—but you must get reliable ones. Rlnebart's are the best—only one for a dose, pleasant inaction. For sale by B. F. Keeslinp and Keystone drup store. Chamberlain'* Eye anil Ski" Ointment Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore-. Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salts., Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, TO 110BSK OWXEBS. For putting a horse in a fine healthy- condition try Dr. Cady's Condition. Powders. They tone up tbe system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms,- giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keosllng, druggist. Wortb Knowing. Many thousand people have found a friend in Bacon's Celery King. If you have never used this great specific for the prevailing maladlea of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaintj rheumatism, costiveness, nervous ex- hauation, nervous prostration, sleeplessness and all diseases arising from, derangement of the stomach, liver and kidneys, we would be pleased to- give you a package of this great nerve tonic free of charge. BEN FISHEK, 311 Fourth «reet. For Over Fifty Year* Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup ha* been used for over fifty years bj million* of mothers for their chlldren- whllo teething, with perfect sucoeii. It soothe* the child, softens the gumi, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aad Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little' sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggintt In every part of the world. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Be sure and Mk for •Mrs. Wlnelow's Soothing Syrup" "tf take no other kind. Kate* to California «r«atlr He*nc«* via tne Penii»y»»aiila klaea. The Midwinter Fair at San Frm- clsco and the numerous other attractions in the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains can be enjoyed by persons of limited moans as the round trip rate has again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Pw- sengers can select any of the wvernl' route*, from Chicago, and the raturo. limit IB ample for a satisfactory ao- journ. For detalli apply toJ.AMo- CullQUgh, tlokat

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