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TV»f»xrVf» 0-ntncr both tnc: women who ineyre gWUg wash, and the things tO r 1CC6S that are washed, "in the old-fashioned way. That constant rub, rub, rub, over the washboard does the business. Hard rubbing is hard work. Hard rubbing wears out the clothes ; hard work wears out the women. There's nothing 1 of the kind, if you'll let Pearline do the washing. All you'll have to do, then, is to look after it. It'll save all this work and rubbing that does so much harm. But, because Pearline makes washing easy, you needn't be afraid that it isn't safe. That idea is worn out. Just as your clothes will be, unless you use Pearline. _^ TYdtllrrs and some unscrnpulous grocers will tell you 1 f f"LtVT^ "t*ffr " lh * is as G 00 ' 1 as " or " lhc samcas rcarll 'n e - * T f XjC Wd* Vx FALSE—Fcarlinc, is never pcdilled " »ou an imitation, be honest— send i! back. A WKONG AVENGED. Virginia Mother Kills Daughter's Assailant. Her The Victim of the Shooting But Fifteen Years of Age—Story of His Crime. rv THE MARKETS. 385 if vour CTOcer sends JAMES'PYLE. New York. ALL PROMISES KEPT. When The Journal button of began the now great distri- WORLD'S FAIR ART PORTFOLIOS A promise was made to the public that the Portfolios w< uld contain 1he finest series of views ever offered to the public by a newspaper In point of mechanical and artistic excellence the DREAM CITY views HAVE SURPASSED EVERYTHING. which has vet beeu offered and it may safely be stated that their like will not be seen again When the series is completed it ffill include the following subjects: SHOT IIKR nAlIflllTKK'R BKTBAVKB. NoKPoM'. Va-- March->'i —The shooting of l-'nmU Watts, 1.1 years old, on Wednesday by Mrs, fTenry HIIRO for criminal assault on lier daughter i* unparalleled in the history of Norfolk for sensationalism. In January last Watts went to tho residence of the family while the mother was absent, nncl finding Edith, her 15-year-old daughter, alone threatened her with death if she did not comply with his desires. After accomplishing his purpose, he again threatened her if she revealed the crime. As a reinilt the girl in '.11 and her condition so serious that she was sent to Si Vincent's hospitul in this city, where the attend inp pliyniciau discovered the real nature of her disease, llo secured sill the facts from her and made them known to her parents. Mrs. Hugo, learning- tlint Watts was at Lee's store, in the country, wont there, As she entered Watts' bcicK- was toward her. Slui whipped out a revolver, tooU deliberate aim, and lircd. Watts cried for help, but Mrs. KuffO, frantic with rage, for a time a maniac, threw the boy down itntl fired two more shots ;it close range with fatal cfleet. Jle died ten minutes after. Her husband, learning- of tlit. 1 idYuir, cuino to the storu sind took his wife home. Jn tlie mritiuime Watts' f,-ither ;ind tho authorities were notified, and Justice Hawks summoned a jury, whose verdict was that Mrs. Hugo was responsible for murder. As soon as bondsmen can be secured Mrs. Hugo will sur- rumli-r. She is the wife of a prosperous* farmer, and the affair has cuused the wildest excitement. FACTS BRIEFLY STATED. ' Architecture and Buildings .............................. 94 Photographs. L»nd»o»pe and Water Scenes .............................. 23 " Fountain*, Sculpture and Statuary ......................... SG " Bxlblt* of All Nations .................................... 66 Famoui Paintings of the World ........................... 3 ? ' ' Types ol Various Nations ................................. 21 " Mitoellaneous Views ..................................... 25 This will constitute a complete pictorial and descriptive history of the great WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Don't fail to secure ALL of these superb Portfolios 8€e coupon on 1st page PART 6 NOW READY Portfolio No. 7 will contain 1 Details of the Goldon Doorway, 2 Moonlight On tbo Grand Basin, 3 Water View of Manufactures Bldg. 4 Sweedn and Norway 5 French and Spanish 6 Grand Logla, Machinery Hall. 7 View from of Woman's Bldjf. 8 Proctor's Statue—Tke Cowboy, 9 Proctor's Statue—The Indian Scout, 10 Village of Alaskan Indians, 11 Ponobecot Indian Village, 12 Boat Parade on Transportation Day, 13 Tho Cliff Dwellers'Exhibit, 14 Tho Statue of Germanla, 15 State Bldgs. of Colorado and Maine, 16 Tho Silver Queen. NEW STYLES FOR EASTER. Wf\LKER & Rf\UOH IF IN NEED Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes and everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE. D«s Moines rapids cniial is open to navigation, the earliest date in its history. Attempting-to alight from a movinjr train Richard Prince, of Harvard, 111,, was killed. An operatic manager has offered Madeline I'ollurd t-lOO a week to star in his company. Mrs. Margaret Mayer was held for trial ».t Racine, Wis., on the charge of poisoning her first husband. Frederick Ward and Miss Belle A. Storer were married at the home of Dr. J. A. West in (ieneseo, N. Y. Physicians in attendance on Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, say their patient's death is a mutter of but a few hours. Three hundred delegates, representing seven states, are in attendance on. the irrigation convention at Omaha, Neb. Members of the family of Louis Kossuth, the dead Hungarian patriot, decided to inter his remains in his native land. Indianapolis, Richmond, Kokomoond other Indiana cities are said to have combined to shut out Chicago dressed beef.' L. B. Robinson, the largest merchant in the Indian territory, made a general assignment of his store at Ardmore. Frank Leslie, eldest son of the late FraLnk Leslie, the publisher, died in Manhattan hospital, New York, of diabetes. Phelps Perrin, tho Hurley bank robber, was released from the Wi»con»in penitentiary on a. pardon from the governor. . Charlotte Smith says a delegation from the \Voraan'» National Industrial league will join Coxey's army at Washington. Gov. Waite, it is said, will storm the Denver city hall in the event of an adverse decision in the police board controversy. M. B. Curtis intends to return to the stage. He denies having confessed to the murder of Officer Grant or to giving bribes. Van Johnson and Leighton Henry began a fig-ht at Mason City, \V. Va., which resulted in tho wounding ot twenty men. Williara Halssley, wanted at Millport, 0., for forging notes for $10,000, visited home, but left before he could be arrested. Work has commenced on a system of water works at Grinnell, la. The plan is a deep well and standpipe, and will cost in the neighborhood of »80,OOU, An oSicer hag been »ent from Bsy City, Mich., to Los Angeles, whei-a Charles W. Newkirk, the defaulting 1 tank bookkeeper, has been located. Harry Alburg. i aged 14 years, o) Bellevue, Ky., is said to be afflicted with leprosy. He has been afflicted for four years, and is a msaa of sores. The body of William Arons, bookkeeper for the Standard Druff company, of Cincinnati, who disappeared a week ago, was found in the Clifton basin. He probably committed suicide, but the reason is not known. (taut to 1'riKou. NEW YOIIK, March SJ.—Cerhold Popper was sentenced by Judge Fitzgerald in general session to two years and eight months' imprisonment in tho state prison. Popper was convicted of unlawfully marrying Mrs. Lelia Hallock, who afterward killed herself a' the Gait house in Chicago. Kill* T<ro Men with On* Hhot. TKXABKA.VA, Art., March 89. — A •hooting scrape in this city between , three neffroes reiulted in the death of two of them. George Washing-ton shot Jim Edwards and John Black. Wash- ngton borrowed the weapon with tha intention of killing Black. He shot but once and »truok both men. Gruin, 1'ruvliiluni, uto. CHICAGO, March 22. Fi.oun-Uulcd very quiet ami lately » toady. QuoliiUons aro us follows; Wiiuer-Ha'.cnt-!, »S.80*1 15: straights, «^.0«aa.60; dwf.s, >a<«i» 2.3U; xfcondH, il.BOttl.W); low RraUen II W® 1.70. SpHng-I'inenw, naoas.OO; slralfim, K.SOO-.dO; Hulicrb', in&ta^-JO: low K r»d.'n H.4UBI.SII: Keel Dog-, ll.35jjl.60; Kyf , R liKJi 60 VVHJtAT-MixienUcly active anu oun i er Cash, S&.'iliaM.lc: May, i37;a5l)!ii:; July 5<K'i 8«'ta COK.V— Was nui«t, but flrrn. \ a o ftt![ j »^- a ^ Yellow, n 4 o uuJur Muy 30}4o: No. ^ -^ SbHii, sail J^u. 3 Yellow, l^io uudt-r May' 3ft;' May, ««.i»:iT«i;; July, :iHiJ3«!to. (XtfS-KairJ.y uullvc ituil hlgiiftr. \'a » CKH ^ 3UK.Io90V,c; May, SOM*81 1 ic: July. 27?i«2S!ic! SampiuR In KOOU dciiiund aud liik'bur. .ND 3. ;wa «0!ic; No. a Whttti, 8-JWB33C; No. 2, 30'iU Sliiiv, No. t Wliltr, a3Memo. MBH» POliK — Trad!n({ .light and price? higher, Quoullons rangcil ut I10.07'/i©i:,0! for cash rOKUlar; tll.WKftll.OT'/i tor May, iinC I1UOUD11.0TK lor July. LAKD— Market vtry quiot anil lilRhcr. Quo- tatioim ranged ftt W. 07 '4<&t 72% cash; t0.57';a «.6»« for May, and ^ftW,iO6..^7^i for July. HVB FODLTHY— Her pound: Chlekonfl. fia 8ttc; Turkeys. 5tt7c; Docks, 8®flc; Geese, I300a«,00 por do/en. BL'TTicn— Creamery, 10%zi\ic; Dairj-, HS}lBor Paoklng StocU, 7^80. OILS— WlHCimKlti I'rlino White, 7'»c; Water White, 7ftc; Micbisati J'rirao White, t^c; Water \VljitR, »o: Indiana Prime U'liltc, d.'ic; U'u- tor Whllo, H ;i 4c; Hiiadll^ht, 175 test, Bvic; Ca?i' ollnc, Wdcff's, HHo; 7t (ley's, Do- .Vaiilitlis, « dug'H. liVit:. LIQIIUIIH— Dlxtlllcil .spirit* sirail.v on Uio buslB of tl.16 per sal. for IhiislU'd nood.s. NKW YoiiK. WUKA'r—N'o. 2 red ojicnod stron^dr on cold weather scare, bul fioon t ii.-ioti olT on loc,U ^ell- in^ and dlritipolntmotit at ll;o ok'ni-nncr*; n. ni | cr uKiiln at. IIOOB. ifay, Hl^QOITi MJiu: Dccc in tier, MSaCt) n-iec. KVK— .\OBililal. COUN-.Nu. ^, dull and ciisy. May, ^'^^c. OAIS— No. 3. no trailc-: during the inornfn Trael; whito State, ao^a^l^e; trarli whi We/itiirn, .1B?;a<H^c. I'HOVIKHI>H — Beef— (Ju'.rt; family. fil.OO HOP; Piira.mMS. }7.iO, ro.-Jf-.Sie.-iil.i-. wc tnps.x, iliilO;' fainlly, IliSO: ai;orl clear, fKi 9 IS 0.1. Litnl— Steady: prime Vfr.t'.ura KICUD r 10 ashed. IKJM Reselling for CoIiiinl.nV Capt. Ojimhier, It. X., poos ;i step further than Uic assertion that Columbus did not know whjit lie was ilixi;i>v- Briiiff, :ind denies him the merit, of liiiv- inif discovered at nil. Tho lirsl siVlit, of America, ln-snys in tb<> Foi-lni;;-li! ly, Wiis obtained by on« .lr;in I'ou^in, of Dieppi, in HSh, four yi'ai-s bcfoi-o tlie arrival of Columbus at S.-in ,S;i)v:n).jr. Cousin actually sailed up iln- Am.'i/.on river, which IK; called sifti-r tho native 11:11110 "Marajrnon." f)n board his vessel was a man named IMncon. v.*ho wan trieil and punished for insubordination on the rt'turn 1o Dinppi. Hoin^- banishod from l-V.-inc<; this Piiu'.on inad« his \vay (<i J'alos, in Spuiri, a/id llioiif,--!! there is no direct evidence that Columbus sought him out and obtained informntion as to Cousin's voyrifro it is romni'kiiblc fact, that one of Columbus' vessels was actually commanded by a man of this name, who was accompanied by two brothers. The principal thinjr to be said in opposition^to Capl,. Gambler's theory is that France, which assiduously lays claim to evory scientific invention and discovery that ean be named, lias nfver betn known to put forward a pretension to the discovery of America. I'orhsips afloi- t.liis she will. — I'all Mall Cazette. Scrofula Tumors Salt Rheum, Nervousnes*, Other Troubles j Complication of Diseases Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. FRESH DAIRY NOTES. h:is n glossy TOI.Eno, O., March -J2. WHEAT— Steady. No. '•'. cash and March, 5U'/jc; May, flfi?jo; July,t<JO!.Je. COJIN— Dull No. i;, cash and May, ;f?!{c. OATS— Quiet. No. -' mixed, ,X'c bid: No. a KTE— WulL Ca.in, 4»!-;c lj;d. CI.OVKKSEED— Firm. Priiuecaah and Marcii, If.eU: April, ».-tr>: Ootobt-r. HW. j JUv» Stock, CHICAGO, March £2, HOGS'-Marltcl ratljftr active and feeling firm. Prices 5o higher. Snles ranged »th.2NJ 4.78 for Plgn; I4.WO175 for light: W.30ift<.« tor roixtli packing; i4.60Q4.75 for miioJ, mid t-4.60a4.75 for heavy packing and Hhipping lots. CATTI.K—Market ruthcr active and prices woll mulntufnod. Quotations ranged at U.rOO b.00 for choice lo extra shipping Steers: 34.UO •4.05 (or tfoo'.t to choice do.; 83.25»4.00 for fair V) good; RJfta&M for common to medium do.; R.8&O3.20 for butchers' Steenr. K,«oj»3.IO for Slockers; KJOiaS.M for Feeders: »! SOasoO for Cows; I2.06O3.20for Heifers; 11.5043.00 for Buils; lc.Ma3.H3 for Texan Steers, anil r,'.50O ftOOlorVcalCUvea. Republican* win. TKJCNTON. N. J., March 22.—Chief Justice Beasley, of the New Jersey su- premo court, rendered a decision in the contested state senatorship caie of Rogers against Adrian, which constitutes a complete victory for the republicans. Justice Beasley finds that the republican senate as organized by President Rogers is a lawful body and that Rogers is the president of the senate. Swept tlf fir*. HUBNIMB, Cal.. March 22.— Fire, which started at midnight, destroyed about a third of the business portion of the town, including the general merchandise store of Gilger A Waterman, Woll & Lehmann's building, Heeler's restaurant, the Bank of Hueueme and the wharf company's office. The losses will reach 175,000, on which there is 180,000 insurance. —Prynne, the controversial writer, wrote over two hundred volumes. H« never left his writing to eat; every throe or four hours he would munch a crust and drink a glass of ale. He was imprisoned for treasonable utterances in his books and his ears were cropped; but he always said that he regarded the deprivation of writing materials in prison a more serious loss than that of his ears. __^__ —Shop-pirls in France receive an one hundred dollars a year. CltKAM is r:p<.- when if, appearance. TliKKK is no objortion. r,ay some uit- vantafi-e, in i!«mf, r bnui'r color if you don't overdo the inaUor. Cows AUK not knot for tliL'ir company, tbfrefoiv why let the::) £0 dry foxir to six months out of tlu; your? MII.K wJx'ij j!tiri> ;ir)i! fjv.sli can bo heated without injury, but cream must not he heated after it becomes acid. OF course every dairy farmer has laid in u supply of ice for next summer's use. It is something you uccd in your business. A cJtKAMKi'.Y, when rightly conducted, i.s u bli-ssiug to any commnui- ty, but iI takes a good ivliile for some fanners to see the point. UAKK cow stables urn an abomination because disease is an abomination, and (Jurlcnosh is conducive to disease. Let in the sunlitr'it. Ir you keep your milk and cream in th<; cellar along with turnips, potatoes and rotten pumpkins, and have no other plane to keep it, sell your coivs. WE have seen farmers kick their cows without mercy. How much more sensible it would be for them to kick the stable door, and the Namo result wjnld be attained—they would give their wrath vent.—American Farmer. The (ii-ratent Hutt«r Mart. The Elgin (ill.) board of trade declares that Kip-in is the dairy cnnttr of the universe. The total product of the territory represented at Elgin for the year JS9:i was 80,9SG,52r) pounds of butter, of which 18,056,490.50 cash was received, and fl.363,783 pounds of cheese, valued at 117,501.87. The average price for I SOS for butter was 2tfc. and of cheese, 8c. The total production of this dairy district for twenty- two years has been 213,404,101 pounds of butter and 130.865,445 pounds of cheese. The cash transactions for this period have reached the sum of $64,567,594. The average price of butter for twenty-two years has been 38#c and of cheese 8Jfc. There are 858 factories represented on the Elgin boarA Mrs. Sen, Slicttcrlv Buchanan, Mich. I i __ [ "C. I. nood &Co.. Lowell, Mass.: ' ! "Dear Sirs: From childhood I had been 3. great sufferer from scrofula, having u tumor on my left breast and another in my stomach. I was t!so afl'lctoci with salt rheum. We (pent much ;not;cy lor nK.v/Jo.i/ .-ttfcuu'ance ,in<f remedies, hut all to no avail. Throe years aco I commenced to run *luwn. The trouble with my ttomach •would not allow jnc to pat aud eyea milk di.stiessc-il mo very much. My ri£lit hand and arm became almost paralyzed, and my stomach difficulty was fast developing into i Serious Female Troubles. I became very nervous and xvas subject to fainting sjieJIs. Bark spots appeared before my eyes. The doctors failed to help me. In tin; spring I read about tho wonderful cures by Hood's Sarsapurilla and decided to give, it a trial. Alttr taking It a short time I commences to feel better, icy digestion improved, aud tbo Hood's ! $>Cures burning sensation in my stomach and bowels censed. Shortly I was flble to work about tto bouse, standing on my feet considerably, tome- thing I had not done for months before. For two summers I liave done My Own Work Alone. < I shall continue taking Hood's Sarsaparilla u It Ij my cheapest lilred servant. I ani a farmer's wife, our place embracing 120 acres. Wo think Hood's Vegetable Tills cannot be best™, and we have great faith in Hood's Sarsaparill&." Mils. liENj. SHKTTEBLY, Huchauau,Michigan. Hood's Pills curoiHl Liver Ills, B!llouineas : . Jaundice, Indicestloii, Sick Headuac. 2Bc, * NEW ri JProtMt. YORK, March 23. — A. prot«tt the silver iciguiorage bill wel adopted by the New York bankers who subscribed to the bond Usue. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends , to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho many, who live bet- tet than others and enjoy life more, with less- 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 ia the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and.fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met withfthe approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- cem Liver and Bowels without weakening them and It is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs is for sale by all drug- gisU in 50c and $1 bottles, but it in manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed/you will no* accept any substitute il National LMg-ac Umpire*. WASHJSUTO.V, March 22. — McQuaid Emslie, Hur»t, Lynch, O'Eourke, Stage and Swartwood have been selected as umpires of the National Baseball league. To Improve tb* C»n»l>. ALBANY; N. Y., March 23.—The senate has passed a bill appropriating (300,000 for the improvement ot the canals. Poetic lind Fraction •' Light of my life!" the youne m»n cried, A-courtinc of his IMS; •• If that'fi ilie c»»c," Hie m»ld replied, " Let Ui turn down the gua." —Puck. No Frlendi Uk« Old Frlcndl. Friend—Arc you trying anything neiv tor your Janie back? Akers—Ko, I am still sticking to mj porous plaster.—Town Topics. Ttoe Land or Promur. Is the mliflitr West, the land that "tickled with a hoe laughs u harvest;" thu El Dorado of tnc miner; ttot gOftl ol tua agricultural emigrant. While It teeroi with »11 the elements of wealth and prosperttr, some ol tfce fairest and most fruitful portion! of tt bear a harvest of malaria reaped in !l« fullness bj those unprotected 67 ft medicine safeguard. No one seeking or dwelling In a malarial locality Is sale from the scourge without HoMetter'i StonncU Bltwrs. Emigrants bear this in mind, (.ommerclal travelers sojouraers In malarious districts should carry a bottle of the Bitters tn the traditional gripsack. Igtlntt tne effect* of eiposnre. mental or bodily oteiwork, damp arid nnwKoleiome food or water, It is an Infallible defooB*. Constlpstlon, rhenmatlsni, biliousness, dj«pep»l&, nerrouwieM and loss ot screnntn are Ml remedied bj this genial restors- atlve. tfuilT* Fo»daU«» Chicago citizens In their desire to excel, have lately accomplished a big feat, namely: In discovering by actual measurements that there are some lady residents who can wear show twelve inches loog. Your blood needs regulating In spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" IB nature's own blood, purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, qu»rtg, $1; pints, 60 cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, pre- tcriptlon druggist, 326 Market street. Logan sport, Ind. *OM» »*« Good N'enK. No other medicine In the world was over given sucb a test of its curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. Thousands of boul»s of this groat German remedy ar-e being distributed free of charge, by druggists in this country, to those afiUcted witb consumption, asthma, croup, severe coughs, pneumonia and ail throat and lung diseases, ffvicf the people proof that Otto's Cure will cure them, and that it is the grandest, triumph of medical science. For sale only by Boa Fisher, 311 Fourth street. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents for Over Fifty \>ar» Mra. Winslow'i Soothing Syrup ba» been used for over fifty year* \>y millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect succew. It soothe* the child, softens the gums, allay* all pain, cure* wind oollo, an<i le the bast remedy for diarrhoea. Ift will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggist* lu every part of the world. Twenty-five oentt a bottle. Be sure and ask for 'Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. California Fruit Laxative IB nature'* own true remedy. It combines the medicinal virtues of California fruit* and plants which are known to have K- boneficial effect on the human syvtem. Although harmless to tho most delicate constitution it is thorough and effective, and will afford a pel manec:< aure for habitual constipation and the many disorders arising from a weak or inactive condition of the kidney* liver, stomach and bowels. For §»>• by all druggists at 60 cents a Mttle. Tho Goldtn Secret of I.n«g Lift. Keep the head cool, the feet warm and the bowels open. Bacon's Celery King- for the nerves is a, vegetable- preparation and acts as a natural laxative, and Is the greatest remedy «.-ver discovered for the cure of dyspepsia, liver complaint, and all blood, liver and kidney diseases, .Call on- Ben- Fisher, sole agent, and get a trial package free. Largest size, AO cents. "K*r*I Km>r'« F»rt Wine. If you are reduced In vitality or strength by illness or any other cause, we recommend the use of thfs OM Port Wine, the very blood of the grape. A grand tonic tor nursing mothers, and those reduced by wast-- ing disease. It create* strength; in*, proves the appetite; natnre'n own remedy, mud preferable to drugs; guaranteed absolutely pure and over five years of ago Young wine ordinarily sold is not fit. to use. Insist on. having thie standard brand, It OOttt- no more. II it <jv,.irt bottle*. Bov- tled by Eoy»i i vi ie Co., Chicago. For 1» s • b.;s:.OK Bros. Karl's Clover Uoot, the new. blootf purifter, glyee freihaeat Md oleameif to the complexion and curw conitipa- tion; S5o.. 50o. and $1 8o\« by B. F.Ke««llng.

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