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THE -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1900.
Of yards of New Cloths for Fall,
1900. They are la ditferent
weaves and designs you can
depend up;n exclusive effects
and the price will be very mod
erate made so fay the hugeness
of our buying and cash selling
in our 20 large and busy stores
scattered over the U. S.
English and Scotch Cheviots
in Gray, Green and Brown
mixtures will be the ultra fash
ionable fabrics for business wear
this fall. See us if you want cx
dusiveness at moderation in
Suits and Over- c 0 ,-. cn
coats to order-$ J O TO .pDU
Trousers to order-$5 to $ 2
715-717 OLIVE STREET.
V7c guarantee satisfaction.
'Phone, A 494.
616 Chestnut St.. St. Louts. Mo.,
Cuies prlrate and chronic dls
tlces. Lost UantKhM. Nerrotlj
Ileblltty. Left ViKur. fc-rnlnaJ
Weakness. NlKht l-ous-n. Debll
JUtlnc Dream. Early DtcAy,
"VArlcocel and all results ot er
rcrs of jouth or ricest- e In later
3ecrsprmanentl)r curtd. Goncr
rbra, Oleet. Strtctur. Unnatu
ral IMpcharg-!. and all tlLnessa
uf Kldnfl and Itladjer. and
"l InvI (Vt.nn .11 ....... n.i.1 ili.l. .. . .. a . ....
low. OutHjftovin ratlfnt treateJ bv mall, noolc
ar.d Question Msta en Sre. lal Disease sent Frea.
Cci.nultatlor Free Call t write. Hours Jam.
to S p. m. Sundays 19 to 12 ox.
DESPERATE FIGHT IN JAIL.
Louis Koenier Stahbed lv Ed llolil
fing in the Struggle.
In the tailvard vsterdnv afternoon two
prisoners encased in a desperate hand-to-
jiciiiu lisnia iviiiuii o;Miiini in i.i 7-iduii.ib
of Units Koemer. vvho Is aviaiting trWl on i sMp? In the adjoining field, the double-h" id- I i hiUdeii,h'a -?ensesrK
ob,alnl" """ on fn,"e ,rt'- er in Krooklyn. trotting at the Hmpire City the" a,.-'1 ..V -pi,
IM 'itohlllnir one of the aile-ed "ice-box
iMi itonuini,. one oi tne aueeu icc-oox
thieves," stablieil Koemer. Trie Itchl grew
out of an argument concerning the proba-
ore ouicorac oi iwnuinKs inai. lumitr uimj
accused Itohlnng of having spread faise re-
pons eoncermng nun. ice two men ioiiBni
dosocratily for several minutes. Itohllmg
was being worsted, when he drew a rusty
Knne irom ins poeKet ana si.iDteu lus
opponent in the richt cheek. He als-o cut
mm in i.
count for Jtohlfing's pos-esslon of the knife.
lie tnougnt it must nave oeen smuegieti
Into the jail by some friend
Hohlfing has serves! terms in the penl-
tentiary. several months ago he escaped
vnm T anna - CVa.IW TwI1 n hlln n-n fnlll.i si
uuiu uciiuij C"5'V; ;" """ " -"
thft .TefferSaln fMtv Pun leflllnri'. He Is n n.11
the Jefferson City Penitentiary. He s a pat
of "Biddy" Holden and John J.ulian, who
recently shot Detective John Keeley.
Jitle of Orjraniziitiou Adoptcd-
ne it iie holT made a poor tiirow to McGunii ami J onaf,u; A i o 9 o l ! lsdan V '! o I i ."
Johnion of the City Dispensary t v,n , , .hlr,, ,. ,m. s,,,,. n ,.,. Vt???- . 2 '. ? .i I -? . . a 1 ,
d that the vti.unds are not serious. Ilohl-4ri...u.. i ... ,., , nnrniii ' .. t t o t oits,nl.n n i o a - ..
was locke ud in the dumn-on. r ""' " -'""-- '"'' "c" ""e ..i - - ;, rr -", ., ., A
Hnehler ..alii that he eonlil not He- ?t grounder. Scoring both IJ..VIS and bel- ! Tl.tnls SMVi, .,
The World's Fiilr Stenographers" Asocia- - leu on witn a single, uonovan rollowed
tion met in the Unmnr building, corner of with a hot one to Davis, which the New
"Washington and Yandeventcr avenues, last ork manager could not handle, and 'Wal
night at S o'clock. An election of olflcors lace lifted a double to the ropes, scoring
was held, which resulteJ In the 'election of Heidrick and advancing Doncvan to third.
Miss Frances K. Hoover a president. Mr. On Kelster's hit Donovan and Wallace
James K. Itemlck as vice president. O. T.
Lcdford as secretary-treasurer. MNs Belie ,
K. Hart as corresponding secretary
llns secretary and i
Slrs. JJ. H. Krite as awLstant secretary, j
These officers, will form
Council of the asocictlun.
Tho purpose of the organization Is to
affiliate and work in harmony with the State
Stenographers' Association and the Nation.il
Shorthand Keporters Association yulte a
discussion followed a moticn to change the. .
name to the St Louis Stenographer's Aro-
elation. The name the St. Urals World's ! ;:slraJr-5b
Fair Stenographers' Association was at . f,utkv if '
last decided upon until sonw no wants to n.nlln. lr'"..
make a chans. A new constitution Is lie- , Hii.irlck, cf..
ing drafted. i Ismovan rf .
.A resolution was passed Indorsing hear'ily j Wallace. s ..
th proposed World'si Fair Some tittle h'?"'- s.
merriment was caused by the persistency cf . f:fj !i""; ,'
some of the members in addressing Miss '... IST ".'.
Ilnnt'Ar n cm ttlcl&p TlpnftiTnsst
DEATH OF ROBERT E. CARR.
Piouiinent in Kail road 15iisin-ss
Twenty A'cars A:o.
Robert E. Carr. who wa well known In
railroad and business circles some twenty
) ears ago, died at ills home. No. 31S1 Lucas
avenue, at 7:30 o'clock last night, afler a
abort lllner. Mr. Whittemore. one of Mr.
Carrs grandsons, raid last night that Mr.
Carrs death vas due principally to old
age. The arransernents for the funeral v. Ill
fce completed to-dny
Jlr. Can- was horn In Lexington, Ky.. In
1S27. He camo to Ft. Louis while quite
a young man. He turned his attention to
the railroad and banking businesses. He wes
at the head of several Western rallronds be
fore his retirement, the Missouri. Kansas
and Texas being one of them He was also
president of the Exchange Bank or St
never any ex
ternal signs of
the blood is
polluted and the system thoroughly con
taminated by tats deadly virulent poison.
Then a sore or ulcer appears on sotne
"Yart of the body; it may be small and
harmless looking at first, but as, the can
cerous cells form and are deposited by
the blood near the sore, it incrca'"cs in
size and severity, with sharp shootimj
pains. No matter how often the sore is
removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh
destroying plasters, another comes and is
worse. The real disea is in the blood,
and the treatment must begin there. The
poisoned blood must be invigorated and
purified, and when this, is done cancerous
cells can no longer form and the sore will
herJ .naturally and permanently.
ilrs. Sarah M. Keesiing,
i-ir Windsor Ave- Bri-tol.
Tenn writes : " I act l ff'axfXSSk t
jean old, and for three
Vrari nau Miucirj niiu a
severe forri of Cana-er on
xnv jaw. whic'i tl-e doctors
said was tncurpble, and
that I could not in
loan six luootns.
S .a.. .....a,..,!
OlllKIl Uuav . ....laia
and had given up all hope WjiJjK.
of ever being well aia. "jfljggjp-jjtira
when y dnicit. -noTe.'Jgga.v;,.;
Ineof tnvcondition recom- VtjJfVeft.gajSt
mended S.S.S. Aftcrtak- jovnlfo
IBgHlCS aj,a.j .a.. . a , a .
began to heal, to the surprise of the physicians,
and in a short time made a complete cure I have
raised in flesk. my appetite is splendid, sleep is
refreshing in fast, am enjoying perfect health."
overcomes this ele-
I structive poison and
remove"; every vestige
of it from the system,
makes new, ncli blood,
strengthens the body and builds up the
If you have a suspicious sore, or have in
herited any blood taint, send for our free
book on Cancer, and -write to our medical
department for any information oradvice
waStU ; we make no charge Jor this ser
careful attention, and nll e acia m
VSnC CO.. ATLANTA. CA.
LUCK WAS WITH
(inuts Erred When tin
From St. Louis Found
POWELL HAD ONE BAD INNING.
(..ilFiioy's Decisions Caused (.'siptiiin
McCrsnv mid Muikett t Take
si Keliielmit Trip to the
OllH V U l'rt
Hruoklrn ... ". 13 .'
Clubs U 1V!
Chicago . 7" TJ
MllWaUikfe l "C
InOlanapolls iC -T sl-i
Ilwmlt . . . n ' -11
rittebuns; . l 49
t'htcaito ... " ST
l'-opton .. .. " -S
St. Louts . St .-
Cincinnati . S: W
;.- lurk .. 4r Gl
4It Kin.u Cltv 1.1 W tH'i
4-.I 1'levrljt.al ."" i .4 'J
4t ItuiTiIu '" ti '-
IIS Mlnmaputis .H 0 j:.
St. Louis & N i 5.
hliaao t. I'hlll -Clncln
2. II.Mtm 1
lie. IS 5. llrook ; s
n.trolt 6. Chlr-ipo 0
K O 1ft. 1oxlinJ 5
Mlluaukt-e l' Itatfal X
Ind apoH j. Minn. 1.
No Ramert sn-.itiU.l.
(Tw KHltie- )
Cleelan.l at K f.
! iTwu aamt-a.)
I Indian at .Minn
lsuffalo at llllna ikee
1 !rtri.lt at Ihli.iS'"
New York. Sept. S. St. I.ouis made it two
out of three by taking to-das game at the
l'olo Grounds. lut it wa a cloe lit. New
York took a long lead in the first inning li
piliu? up four runs a"'l Slerctr pitched ow
well for the locaN that It seemed a hope
less case for the visitors Mctlraw's rmn
rallied, however, in the seventh inning tuid
1 pulled out a victory by a score of C to 5
1 In the meantime McGr.aw and Rurl.ett
had been debarred from further particlpa
tion In the proceedings for questlouli'B Uni
pire GafTne? decisions. The St. louisan
were clearly justified In kiol.lni; aKal!it
Gaffnej's riillriffs at the plate and on -the
bases, but they "Were pent to the !en(l.
nevertheless, and Siidhoft' and Dunlin re
A couple of thousand .spectators Katherd
' In the stands, notwithstanding the thrratm-
iuk iieuiiier. me iiivirupoiiian cnaiupion-i
track, and the hundred and ore eotmttr at-
,,,,,. , . ,. v,, .,..
tractions In and about the cit).
The Clants Maryd right out to pile up
"tallies and tnev- snicceeded numlramv by
r,,ason of good stick work, two bati on
h ,, COUp!e of wide throws and a passed
""' J i-"P- " iru.s aim a (.is-.ii
i "'"' ,
; nu jianren urevv tne nrsi ine pus .um
Davis hit along the third-base line. Sml-
bach. Smith sacrificed and Hickman reached
me inrtc-quarter ikuu on a pusseu uan.
j Doyle drew a base on balls and McGitnn
threw to Keister to head him off on a steal
of sroond. Keister dropped the sphere and
. .. . . T r
; iiickman scorea from third.
r . ... .a-a . i i ..,, a-. . .
jii me mini iiiinni; iiicKnian miucKeu out
a home run. This ended the run-getting for
The Cardinals made their first brace of
runs In the s'cond inning. McGann and
Itoblnson singled, and lioth scored on er
rors and 1'oweII's hit. In the seventh In
ning, when the game seemed lost to the
! visitors. Heidrick discovered a luckv roid
and led the MctlraTltes sjfelv through. He
fcorca Jveister went to second on a pass-d
"all and moved upon "pec. Davis threw
"nmv iu i.m.-ii mm at iiuru ana in tne mix-
tip Keister crossed the rubber with the vvln-
j The game was called In the eighth Inning. !
1 after St. I.ouis had scored two more urns !
. Mercer injured hi- hand In the seventh !
Inning ami Carrick replaced him. The j
Aii n. nn. ro. a. b
21 6 12
All It IIII
.... 2 1 )
Yn Ilallren. cf.
lliw.rman. c.. .
Mercer, p .
Totals 2i S S 21 I i
St. Iil!s o 2 0 o 0 0 46
New Vork .. 4 0 10 i) 0 05
Karnrd runs New York 2. first n errors- St
I.ttls l. left on larep St Ivuls 1. New York
1 I'lr-t base on balls olT Powell c off Mercer 4
htruck out Il Powell 4. by Mercer 1 Sacrlilee
hits -McOfcnn 1 Stolen baees Iieitrlek 1. Sel
lich 1. Oleison 3. ibr.'er z. I uble jlays Kob
lmon ana Keiter 1. Donlin and Klter I. in
scn. Davis and Dotle l Home runs HleVman
1 Two-base nits Kurk.lt 1 Wallace l smith 1.
I'as.ed ball' Itoblnson I. Powfrrran l. I'mplre -GalTney
Time-Two hours an 1 twenty irluutes
TWO THA1IS coim; to ClIH.
Brooklyn nml ien Yorlr AVIII
series oi i.nliies in iiavnim.
New York. Sept. C Arrangements haw
been practically completed for n trip
Cuba by the Brookln-New York teams
shortly after the League pennant race has
been firlshed It is the intention to leave
New York on or about October 25. In cr ter
to reach Havnn.i bv .snniHv Vmmlu.,, i
when the lirt game is schedulid in be i
Olaved IX.I1CUU1.U to l
The two te.ims have contracted to pay
tigiit games during the month of November,
on Sur.davs nml Thursdajs. wlill Sattinl-iy
contests may Ik- arranged witii local teams
at Hevana and Matnnzas
Tlie eight games between the two Ivague
teams are expected to be for blood, as th"
women of Havana will probably olTer a
standard of Cuban and American colors
for th championship, while the business
mm mjy otter a .silver trophy for the same
purpose Should this be done, tbe Iirok
lvns will represent Hnv.tna and the New
Yorks the United States, and the silver tro
lihj will be made a ehalltoe jlTnlr. to bf.
jej three tlmen. Tl.lr lll Insure, It Is le
"IfcvvjJ.. ti.e .tlr)t annually of two National
1 .-viiitr irums 11 UUll.
i-i'i-i-sin'iu; uAsi:iiti,i. iiij.
Tliollsiiiitln C'onf.-onled the Bllllellll
Boards nnd .liininied tlie Then tern.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept. E. Pittsburg has
gone baseball mad. The line work of the
Pirates in the last week In throwing Bo'ton
down in five straight g.iraes. beating the
champion Ilrooklyns twite, tjlng another
game and being defeated only once, then
through darkness, has caused even the
least sanguine of Pittsburg fans to figure
on what tho chances of Pittsburg are.
The downtown streets were fimpl?
Jammed with people this afternoon. Busi
ness was practically suspended along Fifth
avenue. It hsd been conceded that should
Pittsburg win both games from the cham
pions the Pirates would have more than a
lighting chance for the pennant, and though
the club was plajing almost WW mlle-t dis
tant, fully 10.OUO persons were In front of
the bulletin boards. Four theaters adver
tised the grme played with life-sized fig
ures, taking each play from the wire find
r producing it. For one hour before the
time to open the games no standing room
could be bought- In the houses.
It is a direct violation ot the laws of
Pittsburg to riave bulletin boirds on the
street, but early this afternoon the crowd:,
llng unable to sain admittance to any
place where the game was played, massed
en Fifth avenue, in Newspaper Bow. and
shouted for bulletin boprtyv. Jn live siifUtis
until tlie end of the Karnes the crowd s
pit en results t-vtry half Inning.
The police were turneries', liarly In the
tlrst game a traction company vent word to
the police that they could not break through
the crowds on Fifth avenue. T.he police re
plied that they could not get through thttn
nlves. Nner was there a more excitlns
s-cene than when the new came that I'ltts
liurg had taken the lead In the first contest
and n running away with the same.
lYnni that time until Carkness ended the
.eoond game the crowd. remained fyi the
.streets. A howl of rage went up when it
was known that Pittsburg, when almost In
sirht of vletorv, had been beaten b darkness
ii, I'lTTMU'lti; in n.
lltiili liinUtH of t-iitinplnns
in I lie Tlrst Ciilne.
l:r.-"Ulj ii. N v., s-i.t s ilnoMvn manjcd
to l.teak even In tliir .Iouble-hMler with the
1'lUj.l-urn tiilM In the 11rit. Hie vl.iter
Fimpl run ana front the hami'lon-. Itattlnj
Vrhlnir out tit the Uiv am! tr-atini Kennedy
to u i-lintUr ilo h!litai u.is tied up in (line
IniT fafl'Un. 1 ut faullle.s uiioft I" htnl him
kept the run iIomii The lirooklvns Jumped ti
l'tiillill in the tnt two InnlnK" ot the eonV
t.aine and balled out four run. I'lttrburfC tl-al
It up In the r.ext n eonibltntlou of hit and
-nit" but the lhne team Tented abejal ujtln
in the fourth on all enor bv Hlohej. Keelev
ill uMt- anil Shet kainl-K triple The) held the
lejd until the cutne was ealled in the elxth.
hslans plalnc In left uji the feature Jen
iiIrks ftiis uerlilentallv splkiil bv VVaKner In the
Iirt sinie and tSei. lMd a Il-iper Miijsheil in
the ti xt The .-res
1-lltsl.iirK , llrwkl)n
Alt II () A II .VII HOAE.
flirke. If . 4 S 1 ii i) Jones, rf t i i V
lleauin t ef - 1 1 o o,Keler. rf S Z 1 o
KKIi.v. ib I. 3 3 J i) .leimlnsii. lb 1 tp 0 O
v.n.iier. if .: 1 u o'sheikard. Ill I I t I
It llrlen lb b :n ii u Ktl't, If lb I 1 s 1 I
VVIlliinii. Ibl il 3 3 il lnhb-n. k .i Z 1 5 t
MVnniir. t " ; 1 3 ) 'ro. 31i I 1 t 2 o
l.l. k. . 1 : : ll Dal. Zh .. I 1 Z Z 0
fheelro. P 1 t 1 I'arrell. e I I Z Z 1
1 v ia bins-. -il i) 1
T.itals .41 li T 11 0 Keiii.idj. p 3 : 0 1 1
1 Tot its :: 14 rr h 5
l'ittlurr Z li 1 3 2 I 2 0 1 i;
itrfvkhn . ... 2 ii o 1 u i) ii 3 17
Karmd runs-l'lttsbun; 3. IlroukUn I Tliree
1 ii.e I lra- lirki: 1 Vasner 1 Ttto-Kite hits
- ltltiliev I. Vio,nr 1 triMta 2. lhero 1.
rot: 1 I'arn II 1 I'lri-t base tn errorc I-itts-l
urs 3 le-ft on lre l-itt-luiK S. Ilnxkltn i.
ftrurk out IS. VWjhini' 1. h Iveniiealj, I Sae-rlrti-e
hits Clark 1. Ciauniont 1 Mnlin Lnos
larke 1 Icltiliey . Uilll.im' 1 (li'onnor 1
.-hnkanl 1 Itafe n tail! Ill VVevhlnu t. bv
krrm-.lv 2. IXml.le pis-Klv. ltichv and
(i l.rlen I. Oheilro and -trien l lilt bv
titrhl blll-fbesbro 2 Wild pitch Olie-bro 1.
Timt Tnn hours an I n minute. I'mplre -ii
SIXONl) O DIE
Pittburc i llrookl.n
i: ii o a i: Ait ii o S n
Cl irke I? 12 1 I) ) June, rf .1 I I t
L- ninvt if S 1 2 tli Keller, if 2 10 0 0
Kltrhel. 2!i J ll 2 tl 1 ' fehf'kartl If J 2 3 0 1
VVairi.er. if 3 1 0 0. K.I1. lb .3 1 3 0 0
O-Itneti. lb 3 1 J I i)l Dthl-n J t I 2 1
VUI tr. 2b..3 2 0 2 a Vros- ih 0 l V O 0
7ln mer. c 3 0 4 ( 0 t'emunt llij 1 ! o
KU . 3 1 I 1 1 ' Uali 2!i 3 1 I J I
l'hllilpt p .30040 Mctiulre. i 2 V i 0 V
, M-GIn ly. 1 2 " ' 0
Totals ii S Ii !'
i Total- .24 8 18 1 3
I'ltt-Jburc .. . . 0 0 4 n 1 03
J.tn.kHn 3 10 2 0-4
Mimmarv : tZarneil tuns Pittsburg 2. Ilrookljn
2 Three bae hit heckarl I Two-lmse lilts
V illlnms 1. Fill 1 Hrt bH on rror. rlttvburir
I 2 Iirooklvn 1 Ij-ft on ban.- l'ltt-buri; 5. Iirik.lt
in a iruiK out in .Vltl nnuv 4 o J'niiui i
Mnlen base-1'li.tke I l..'aumunt 1 IIae
on I alls off Hiiiiipi ; Tlnie- i me hour and fiur
teen mliaiitev. I'mpin o'Iai.
ciiicM.-o r.. i-iin.i)r.i.i'iii
(iritlltli Held tlir (tmikers llonn to
j. Scittereil Hits.
w-pt S -Inability to hit was
hllailelrhla's defeat by Cnlcaro
' J?-1' 5rt,Mh "" In ccel!nt form and
IiN deliver) j a nizile to the loc.t Uitsmii
. jj,,nai,u,. 0 the other hand, ua ea) for the
VII II O V E
All 11 U.A.i"..
! MrCar-y. If I 2 u 0 ot Thomas, c-3 1 t il 0
mil ;b . 4 1 2 4 a I Mas-le. if.. ..4 o 3 0 0
xtrt-s. lb 4 o ; o 1 I Del ty. lb. 4 3 J 1 0
! !n. cf
0 ( I I-x dole. 2il 1 1 3 4
3 1 1 0 ii ; Kllrk. rf ..4
Totals ..31 27 11
'Halted for Ionahue In the ninth
ChlcaKo ii o 2 2 1 0 0 0 05
I'lllladelliilU 2OV0OO00 0-2
Summary: Karneil runs Chlcairo. 3 To
bae hit MfCormlik 1. Oelehant) 1 Secrttlce
hits ChlMf 1. Stolen basesjitl-SH-thy 1. l)Ie.
fcanty 1. Flick I. llclnrland I. Green 1 Double
tilavs t"n.sa, i.a juie, 1; IVlehanty and ilc
Karland 1 Ift on base Chicago I, 11illadl
rr.la 2. First base on baJI OIT lirlfflth 1. olT
Iioeahue 3. Hit by pitched ball-Thomas 1.
Iolan I struck out flv Orlfflth 2 Calk iv.ina
hue 1. Paeil balls Donahue I Time On
hour and ftftv-llve minutes I'inisrr Einlle. At
CINCI.NXAT1 S. IIOSTON 1.
It AVns nn Gleieii-InnlnBr t.nnio nnil
the lieds I'lntslied stroiiHT.
Itotton. Mass. pept S. With two out In the
eleventh lnnlnsr liecklev hit to Img. who threw
the ball Into the first bae bleachers llefore
the ball was returned Ueeklev reacheil third and
pcored what proved to lie tne vilnnlp? run on
IMrllrlde's Kinirle tn renter lloth pitchers were
ver) ttTectlve Attendance, 1.1VX! Score.
tram'ton cf4 i o oMiarrett cf ;
.Jong. s". t 2 2 4 1 Irwin 's. .."i
All. HO A.K.i
.1I.H u A.t;.
13 0 0
Ixinc. s. t 2 2 1 1 Irwin s. .. i 0 Z 1
Stahl. rf... 4 110 O'-'telnrdt. 3D S 1 4 1 2
Tenney. 111. 3 0 10 0 0 illeckley. lb. 4 1 5 1 O
Barn .10 0 0 0 Mcllrlile. rf S 1 1 I 0
Freeman. lliM I Hreit'Mn. If.S 0 3 0 0
Colline. 3li ..11141 tjuinn. ZD....4 l a l i
Hurry. If 4S20H Knt-oe. e
Iwe. 2b . I 11 3 I 0 llnhn. p .
t-ulllvan. c 4 1 9 1) 0
Dlneen. p... 4 1 0 S 0 Totals .
4 -0 10 3 o
Totals -.3: ! 33 1 1
llttted for Tenney In ninth.
Rotten. .. 0001000000 01
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-2
Karned runs Cincinnati i Tvro-baee hits
I-ng Z. Ptahi 1. 11-ilTy 1. llthn 1 Double plays
MiHrlde and tjnlnn 1 Karilflce hlls lleckley
I. Ita-e en LallsOfT Ilal-n 1. Mruck out
l!v Dlneen 1. by Haln C Time Two tiours and
twenty mlnutee I'mplre Snyder.
, Minneapolis I.
'ent S in the rlirtitli In.
I niug to-ilav lndlanaiells ilror-isM onto MrCann's
curves atsi paraiifii lour runs across tne ruDin'r.
three runs Lelnz earneJ In the first Inning
there was a douile plav on ech side, tho two
being exactly alike Iiith pitchers had to fly
to mtrn a liner and caught n man running from
llrst 1illr hail a chan-" to nick Sebnlil'a fly
off the fence, and did It In the serond Inning
No tleMIng orte-rtunltles of a spectacular na
ture were offered after this. Smith made the
nnlv error, an.1 that wa-s Iargel a mattr of
nard luck Attendance, 4C0. Score:
it. ii i:
Mlnneipolls . . 00010000 01 s 1
Indianapolis .. 0 I 0 0 o 0 0 4 5 11 0
Kstterles- Mlnn-apoll'- McCann and Fisher;
indlunaiMilIC" .'.ronrr and Powers.
VlilTV.uUee JO. liulTnlo ft
Milwaukee rs.. Sept II The home team had
a wnlkaw.. i-dav bestlrg Buffalo In an unin
teresting game .Vttendanve. 1..VW. Score:
B. II E
Mi.ta-lilVee . .0 0301303 .10 12 4
Buffalo . . ) A 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 7 S
Itatuiles' Milwaukee- Iteldy and Spies; Buf
faloK.rvIn and Sieer
KmiNiis. Clls lo, Clevelnnil !i.
KanTs I'ltv. Mo . Sept. $ - ICar.as rily won
frcn l-levelanil tcsiliy in a 'TltlTg rnllv In the
eVhth piling up Hve runs nfte-- the visitors had
tl.il ine fro-e fatten pltcneii a nne came up
' "" e,:,",i when hie lllierality with free
HW ,er.,Usl the Falii!ttulw of Ite At-
t-r.danr.. COtr Srole.
n ii b
Kansas Cltv 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 J 10 12 4
Cleveland . 000220 0 lo S 7 6
Batteries Kan-as Cltv. I-e-. Patten and Mc
Mano. ne.eland. Bn-Kglns and Croes
Clilcnit" . Octroi! II.
ChlraRo f-it .-Detroit shut out the lorals
in n one-Fldeil rrntest to-ilav. Sieiers was in
(.cod orm ami revived excellent Fiip:ort. Chl
mra p-ased a lisi-e anie. Attenlarce. s,t).
n h. n.
rhlivRo . .ooononoo o-ii 5
lietroit ... . .0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 o 8 1
JUBfrSffV.C-irfsitl: ifrHl "nil Wovl; DetroP.
Flevtra anl Sh-t;v;. ..;. .
Qtilno.v 11. Iveokt'ilc 1.
Krtl.uk. U Sept. 3 The Keoknks were de.
ftatfd tc-dav by the Ju"rcy Stars. Score. II to 1.
fiKMaSsni: woy iisiinit clp.
skilled Twenty lilies Yllh tho Yneht
Mlnola nt Bocheslrr.
Itochester. N. Y.. Sept. 8 The Genessee
won the first ()r the series of races for the
Usher Cup between the yachts Minota and
;,eneseo or Itochester to-day. The course
is triangular, thrte nnd one-third miles to
a leg. The inchus went over the course
twice, making a total distance or twenty
The offlclil times in the race were ns fol
lows: . FJd"- .Dl'y. on second course Genessee,
l:..1:r.i; Minota. ljB-ls.
. -aT.0"'1 buoy G nssee, 2:II:: Minota,
-.t..ihe ''"-'"-Genessee. 2-52:15; Minota,
The Tisli, r Cup was presented to the Chi
cago lacht Club on July S, 1SS2. by J.
Fisher j.s a -hailengs cup.
-Vinny Attnatlc CtinllelijceM.
.A'-th.' "trolar ireettrg' of the Western Bow
ing aub 1-rtdav evening Captain Jul F. Mueller
lepored that he had recelvrd two challenges
Ii? Ta Jot ,he ausl Ctip. but as the one frcm
"S4 'n,ur5"R first It has been accepted and
the St. .-cum aub boys wtll have to wait awhile.
The rhallenae ot the Mound City Club to row
for the Harlem Cup was accepted some time
...... ... -. ;n no Q3l naa oeen set ror tho
cof.tt. ..he t.'estems are cettlns anxious, as
JAMES J. GORBETT
LEAVES HIS WIFE.
Sails for Kurnpo on a Itout Cair.v
in -Hi Actress Wlio Ad
mires II fin.
TRAVELING UNDER AN ALIAS.
Mrs. Corli.'tt Declares That She In-
leiid-d Suit for Divorce and
That She Knows the Fihl
Willi Mi Coy Was a Fake.
New York, Sepi. s Unknown to in but
his most intimate friends, J.ui-.fs J. t'.nb.tt
sailed for lairope tu-da on the un ird r
Canip.inU undi r an assiini.il name, lie vv.is
actompanled b his man tger and ieaiet
frlfinl. Georjte Consldlno.
Also on the s.imt steamship, .sailitn; as .i
rnbln pas.si-nger ami atlendtd by her uioth
r. was Marguerite Cornille. the rlmnnln;?
actress, who was a frisptent visitor. -t Tur
liett't. training ipiarters when he was prc
patln for his battle with Jlcl'oy. She
rrr.ited a tensatlon mi the night of the .McCoy-Corbet
t light in her efforts to jaln ad
mittance to Madison Square Gjrden.
She was among lis first woman accpiatnt
nnces to tongratiilaie him on the outcome
of the battle, .-nd at a private little din
ner, to which she Invited Cotbett .tnd two
of his rloe-t friends, she said. -nthui-ustieall
"Jim. why do women adore a conqueror
of men? You're Imbed a gladiator that .ill
Konie might lie proud of," and the n tress
smiled iweetly and tossed a .smill tmiKiuei
into tne lighter s lap.
When Corbett w.is quietly prejurins for
his departure to-d.iy, MIs Cornllle's trunks
were removid from the Hotel llernrd nr.d
trurslerred to the Campania's hold. Her
diparturo and the attend mt det.ills of t-e-cut'ng
lierths for herself and mother were
personally looked after by li r man-Jge-,
It is announced that the talented nctre-w
is returning to I'urope to renew engage
ments at London and r.irls. where she
scored many suciestes before coming to this
country She was Induced to come to .V
York by "Mannv" Warner, nephew of
Kb bird Warner, the Kngllsh matwer.
'ON 'lit- Wat t'nhupp.
Sho contracted with the ?lre Bros, for a
reven weeks' engagement, and appearevl lu
the "Orarge HIos-om Urove." atop of the
New York Theater.
Her departure for Europe was as unex
pected ns It was .sudden.
i'art of Corbett's reasons for his abrupt
voyage .ire contained In his letter snt to
hln friend, D J. Tobey. and delivered at
3:4i p m to-day nt the latter's hotel. No.
"My De.ir Tobey Well, old friend, I have
gone awnv. I did not want joti to know, for
some good reas-ons of my own. You know
how unhappy she made my life, and si'ie has
been doing things that 1 would not have
her do for the world.
"Well, I don't think you will see me for
a long time. but. remember one thing. I
appreciate all that ou and our good wlfa
havo stood from us.
"I "am always our friend, and. no mat
ter where I go In this world. 1 will always
consider jou a friend.
"'We could have been s0 happy In that
flat. but. no!
"Mrs. ( didn't like being happy with a
good husband, who at one time would hae
laid down his life for her.
"I hepe to never seo her again.
" ell, good-by. Tobey. I feel so badly. You
have no Idea how hard it 1 for me to go
away, but I must.
"Good-by to you and your dear wife. Your
friend alwuvs. JIM.'
In the tipper left-hand corner of the note
"Don't siv anything to the gang about my
Mm Corbett Mnkes Clinrges.
The subject of Corbett's farcw-dl letter to
his friend Ih his wife, who before her
marriage to him three ears ago was Vera
At 5 o clock this evening, alter ine rumors
of Corbett'H departure had reached her ears.
Mr. Corbett excitedly entered Corbctf-s
"Where is Mr. Corbett?" she demanded.
She was informed that he had been In the
place the night before.
"That will not do." exclaimed Mr-. Cor
bett. "I must have definite Information con
cernirg him. I demand to know where he
She got no satisfaction and went away In
a hlsh dudgeon
1' N now known thnt Mrs. Corbett was
nran irH mnr a hap tinclk" nil tirlff nitwipsi
ll III U tU V i I- ITI llllll'- "' ss s, J fc-tl II. -
In a suit for separation, which she has in- I
stunted She atterwaros suggested mat
Corbett's hurtled going away was duo chief
ly to his getting the tip that she contem
plated the suit.
"That and tho coming to light of his du
plicity in the McCov tight." snld Mrs. Cor
bett, are responsible for Corbett's getting
out of the country.
"Corbett mde $.00,000 on that fight. It
was arranged that McCoy was to b
knocked out. It was fear over this exposuro
and my proceeding against htm that has
driven corDett out or tne country
In his treatment of me he has been th
a . !.. .. WL. ......11.. 1.nnI.,a ...... ., ll 1
VePh hn n'rinTiie" ' 5
how he haB abused me.'
It was stated In various quarters jes-ter-dav
that Corbett had disposed of his saloon
before going away. His wife kiM she under
stood such was the fact. John Consldlne
Mrs. Cortett also said that she learned
that Corbett would live hereafter in Eng
land. Tl'AMS CHAMPION AVIIITTKMOIin.
Won the Title After il Ilnril .Mrnggle
With . I). nnsOeo.
After one or the greatest tennis matches
ever played on any court. Audenreld Whit
temore olspo.sed of W. I). Easton. the only
remaining man in the tournament of the
St. Louis Athletic Association, ct Farest
SrSrorT fair . '
heart and cone down to a nulck defeat. Not
so Eastun.The further back he got the harJ
er he plaved. His only decided lead was
when the umpire called him the winner, on
the last point, at which time the games
were advantage. Whlttemore. and the point
the same, after the latter had gone to deuco
seven times, and the games were nine
seven. In the playing, Easton showed the same
style tliat he has used all through the tour
nament, and one that It Is almost impos
sible to describe, except to say thit it Is
about us steady as any game cotild oe. and
played almost entirely from the base line.
Whltttmore kept up his net-game, al
though he fell down on many placed balls
that would have been easy for him If he
had been back. In the long run, however,
he could not have done so well at the base j
line He showed that he appreciated the
ability of the man he was against by his
exceedingly careful playing: not once In the
whole match did he take a very lisky
chance. To Aud's friends this was quite a
surprise, as they had never seen nun pi.iy
liut that he would make more hard drives i
aaml Inba K,a,a... ..!.......... HlOli lata. fnnAnAnt I
and take more ehsnees than his opponent.
It is not orten that a youngster will .-et
into any kind of it contest and show line
headwork against a man who Is his fu
perior both in years and experience, but
WMttemore seemed to like the idea of ty
ing up with a plav cr who had every license
In the world to beat him, if experience and
practice count for anything.
The first set went to Easton rather easily
ot 63, while Whlttemore won the second
Vi' "?. "h.J?..rXL:'"" "i
tliree sets to be played still, the final match '
being best three Sut'of five. The third went I
rife 7Er-y S kzx
Eastoif waa a Sit and a Pleasure o stltutlonal. To be well within the tonstltn-
even- other min who hw Kt?n Ynto the tlcn' ,l" rhlllppine Islands and Porto Rico
h lie-in .f m has invariably lot 1" h.-i Judgment, wcul.l have to be admitted
llir fLrsTtulaillUIS 1(1 EUt'rillKt uifcHs.iir s-"i.... . ..'.. . . . i
to Whlttemore nn-nln without much trouble
on his part. By this time every one thought
that It was all over but the shouting, as
the Cornell man was putting up a star
The fourth was the real surprise of the
day, as Easton won It without allowing his
opponent a single garce.
Then the deciding iet was commenced,
and such a net has ntver before been seen
In St. Louis, and mighty few of them at
Newport, where the real tennis ts played.
The men alternated on games won until the
score stood at five all. where the real bat
tle was opened, as though they had Just
started to play, and had not been working
in the hot sun for nearly three hours. Whit-
temore won the eleventh game, but Easton
came right back at him In the twelfth, again
making the score deuce. The next two
tames were alternated In the same way.
this bringing the score to seven all. Then
Whtttemore got desperate, and played a
game that would make any man hustle to
win. The plucky Easton was not to lw
beaten by anything but hard work, though,
ittul he brought each of the following games
to deuce several times. In one of which he
was love to Whlttemore's 49.
It was an) ones match In the list st. but
the end had to come vimie time.
The Seore: Whlttemore beat Easton. 36,
G -2. C-.t. 0- fi. -T.
In the match between K. F" Yourtee and
"SY I. i:.iston the latter won In straight
sets, the store btlng G- t. C 1.
OM.-Sll)l.l CltlCKl.T MATCH.
Hotel IITe's vide OiKliu Iteil I be Tflliil
Caplulaed l Frfek.
The regular Saiturd.ty afternoon cricket
ni.it i'Ii was pl.ived )slerd.iy 1-etween teams
eaptalnid by I. W. Frlek and F V. Hot
clllTe. and resulted In a victory of Hnt
clilTe's team by nlnt teen runs The f i a
tures of the game were the li-iltlng of Itat
cIUTe and Mnrny. scoring respectively at.
not out, and 'Si. The fornn r carDlni: his
b.it through the entire Innings. For the
defeated team. Joe Fletcher nlayed a very
sciditlfic (rame for 3 The Heverend Mr.
Duckworth It and Hesc,. p) were the only
other bitters to achieve double figures.
I S". Kclaert. Ii slmns.m . 0
11 .X. ("anlield, b Murrav
II tV'T-len e Itatillfe b Slmta-fin
.1 ri-t.l,er. e KitilllTe I. .Murra) . ..
Jleietend K. IHirkuorth. b Murray .
W Ii It., Lin. mi Winsjr. b Simpson...
J W Krirk t Priie. b. It.it.-illTi
K Plshull. b llettnnr
Mfllon t lineh. rtunipeil lhlre. b Iiettmsr.
1. Ii us-. 1) ll-.trlllte
U. Tremajne. e Price, b ltatilltfe
Iioctrr A Mur-aj. b Prick . .
1' W. Ilatrllffe. ni out
A K VMnsor. b lti.Llri-,n
W J Price. Ii Krkk
Ii Simps 1. c nisi b Criik ... .
W tlreen b. lPil Inson
II V Ilettmar. b It bins. n
Iiortor Tanner, b I'rlelt
W i.irner. Ii lloblnsun .. .
K. I.nnlsl.i. b. Krlik
Ijlorte INkermar, b Kublnson ...
I xtraa . ..
Total . .
III. MI S A COvCII.
Will Tnl.c dinette of Kootlinll Tenui
nt elmol of MlneH.
Theodoric. better known as "Dick."
I Wand, who has acquited sl.lerabie fame
In the lust four or hve wars on the local
volltge teams, has blossomed out as a foot
ball coach. The is'chool of MIne.s at Itrill.i
hat. been trIng for some time to Induce
Hl.im! to teach Its team the Ins and outs
of the game, which are known to Dick oa
few people know them
In nls career of tour y am at tht9 CRTVs
tlan Brothers' College llhnd was ac'cnowl
edaed the Jm-s pll-roumi athlete In the
"chotl and liv o me co.'.sntrrd the bet tn
the city After lie lvv4 slMa'A he wrnt
to Washington I'n'Wfe::; fatt hs con
ilnu.d to win honora tut Or MfckiM u the
can for the High School KnBJ. which has
tine prospects this fall.
There is a great ileal ii disappointment
at the St. Louis Athlo'lc; AsSociatlon. where
It wan huptd that Ularal would train and
Join the relav team tor the running race
ut the Coliseum. IB the team trials jes
terday he started three yards behind one
of the men and was on even terms with
dm at the tHpe. The man who was making
the trial will "make the team." yet Illand
beat lilin three yards, and that with a bad
knee. Ills leg has been bothering him for
some time, owing to a football accident.
St. Louisa ns would regret to see Bland
come here with a team anl defeat his old
rlvaN, ,ut it may be looked for when the
Holl't mining school tram ties up with a
St Louis schocl.
SOUSA WELCOMED HOME.
Pisens.-'t'il His Mimical Triniiiplis in
New York. Sept. 8. With Sousa's banJ
plajing "The Stars and Stripes Korevor" on
hr forward deck the famous leader, in
tvtry detail of his Jaunty aspect, tho ta
miliar picture of himself before he went
forth to Torelgn conquest and with Sousa's
presentation tings fltng froin her bow rail,
the steamship St. Louis steamed up the bay
thls morning within the gaze and earshot of
Millionaires, ttatesmen and legal lumi
naries were aboard, but all of tnese were
merely a perspective for Siusa. They knew
It and teeratd to like It.
The bandmaster, upon landing, said:
"While we were still in Germany the peo
ple rechnstened their popular dance the
two-step. Now they refer to this dance as
the "Washington Post.
"In Cologne and Frankfort the citizens
presented me with Hugs. In France. Ger
many. Holland and Belgium I received alto
gether at least 123 laurel wreaths. The deco-
I ration of the Academy of Fine Arts of
Belgium was coniernsi
on me. The artistic
Society of Cologne gave me their medal. In
the Bavarian city oi .viunicn i ana ev ry
member of ray bund received medals.
"Naturally I was pleased with the
friendly recognition given to me by the
great musicians of the country.
"In Germany we had an enthusiastic re
ception ever where. They liked "The Wash
ington Post" beat of all, and we set them to
whistling "rng time" before we left. In
Paris 'Policy Sam" caught the crowd, and
It is now whistled In the streets."
Sousa visited in all thirty-fire cities, and
his lou- was a success both in an artistic
t-ense and financially.
NOT AN IMPERIALIST.
Refutation of .Statement Concern
ing President Tierce.
Ww York. Sfitit S Kirk O fierce son
1 of the late President Franklin Pierce's
UlOlliei. Ill a II 1171 III ilie lir lUlh JIIUI"
" refutes the statement, widely circulated
brother, tn a litter to the New York Jour-
ny tne KepuDiican .National committee, fiat
the thliteentli President of the United
States was an Imperiillst.
If nllve. according to his kinsman. Frank
lin Pierce would condemn the policy of the
ltepubllcan party of to-day.
Kirk D. Pierce Is a lawyer of Hillsbor
ough. N. H. He writes:
"The Republican party managers nnd
their press ore clatmlns that ex-President
Franklin Pierce was an Imperialist, and
th.it tho tinsent admln'stratlon Is simply
followlng cut the policy that he and his
predecessors advocated durlnir their term
of office. To retute this assertion, in so far
as it pertains to Franklin Pierce. It Is only
necessary to refer to his official utter
ances." Mr. Pierce quotes from the inaugural ad-
urea ot Franklin pierce the latter s necia
SHIP MAY FLINT SUNK.
Collided With tin- Iowa No Lives
San Fropc.'sco. Cal. Sept. 8. The big
Ami i lean ship May Flint, loaded with coal
from Seattle, ran Into the prow of the U.
S. S. Iowa this tvenlns as sne.was coming
up the bay and sank.
As far as coum De learned no lives were
lust. The shock of the collision sprung
civAi.l n.i.a I,. .Sa Tlttit'c It....' nml tlie
water poured In.
The Hint drnieii down upon the lumDer
hark VIdette ana sank in a few minutes.
The Slay Flint was the third largest ship
In the world. She was four-masted and re
built from the old steamer Persian Mon
arch. She was converted to a sailing ve-
Sel live vtars ago. and In February had a
.A., ..... .... ?,.. 1 t a a. .w L n a. n n I-..
St lIs;illlJIIaSJ IllVdhi; liOlll JlUllgi-llFl!,, w .-
coma. Wash., which lasted lt)7 davs.
Semicentennial of Admission to tho
I'nion Is Being Celebrated.
San Francisco. Cal.. Sent. 8-Four davs'
Diiee ceieoranon unuer tne ausp ecu ciiiie
Native gn, o r th .Golden i V to com-
memiirate tho semicentennial of the admis
sion of California Into the Union, was be
Before to-morrow night there will be
nearly : strangers In this city. The rail
roads entering San Francisco are taxed to
their utmost capacity to handle the im
mense throng. Steamship lines are simi
larly 3ltuated. visitors arivlng from every
town In California, and even Oregon and
Lower California. The city Is elaborately
decorated and electric light effects for night
Illumination are features.
The programme for to-day included the
launching of a United States monitor at the
Union Works, a promenade concert and a
naval parade to-night.
football Hiiil hoekev iflac
Thecdoric will not SO ta JMlP.a)an
t(mbT 1M. anl n'eantkflr fnil oa w
lo lite Llilieu oi urs as iiriri.eries una ims-r
Man's Most Prevalent and Insidious
MB Mk fen dfk J 23 3 rB
If IB 111 la ffl fl 1 m
The Inevitable Result of This Disease
Is the Breaking Down of the
Vital Forces of PSan.
Varicocele m 5 Days,
Siricfure and Gteet m 10 to 20 Days,
Contagious Blood Poison in 30 to 90 Days,
and Nervo-Sexual Debility m 30 to ?o Days.
The majority of the sufferers from Varicocele who consult us. come wearraff sMt
pensory, which has been recommended by their family physiclan.RB-their only hope of
a cure, and a poor chance It has afforded. They have worn electric-belts, trusses, etc,
all warranted to cure; have taken gallons of medicines restoratives, invigorators.
pure cures, free treatments, etc.. until their i-tomachs have revolted,, and. their health
la seriously Impaired.
They have expended hundreds of dollars -lthout any permanent benefit, have lost
confidence In their fellow-men and have begun to de;-pair of ever being cured.
These are the C3ies we especially solicit patients who have been unsuccessful In
their search for a curf: men who realiz" the seriousness of their condition and will ap
preciate successful, scientific treatment and a permanent cure.
We have made a special study of the treatment of Chronic. Xervoas and SoxnnI
Diseases of men for many years, and over ten thousand cured patients will gladly
testiry to our skill, honesty and succciss In the practice of our specialty. The great se
cret of our -success has been that both rich and poor alike receive our very best serv
ices. Our whole energies have teen concentrated on our specialty and not scattered
ovfr the entire field of medicine and surgery. Each case receives our careful and thor
ough consideration; we first discover and remove the cause or origin of the disease, and
once this haa been accomplished, we will quickly restore you to what nature Intendn"
a healthy and happy raan. with physical, mental and sexual powers complete.
If you an? sulTerinj- from Varicocele or any derangement or Treakness.of the sensi
tive organs of the pelvic or sexual system we want you to Investigate our system of
treatment and success In curing these diseases with an much care as you would la ths
purchase of real estate.
We will answer any question you may wish to ask and will gladly refer you to re
liable business men. whom we have cured of a similar affliction. TVe recognize no su
perior, and but few equals, in the successful practice of our specialty. Yhen you placs
yourself in our care you may rest assured that you will obtain tho very best treat
ment obtalnabU. and that you wilt be cured in tho shortest time possible.
WE CURE VARICOCELE
Varicocele Is man's m'ost prevalent and Insidious disease; It Is a condition of en
largcd. dilated and broken-down veins of the left scrotum; feels like a bunch of
earth worms; there Is a dragging down weight in the left spermatic cord. Ths
causes of Varicocele are many injuries, strains, prolonged exertion, sexual disease,
hereditary weakness, ettx, but the great majority of cases are due to either self
abuse in early life or later sexual excesses. There is a faulty circulation of blood
to the sexual organs, and as a consequence of the Insufficient nutrition the glands be
come softened and wasted. The stagnant, poisoned blood ts constantly being thrown
Into the general circulation, and as a result the whole sj stem Is indirectly affected.
You become nervous, despondent and Irritable, your memory fails, your old-time en
ergy and ambition are lacklnr. you cannot concentrate your mind uu your work, you
grow weaker and weaker sexually, and ultimately become but a. wreck of your former
Itesnlts of -Veslect Neglected Varicocele leads to all the horrors and tortures
cf Impotncy and Lost Manhood; It depresses the mir.d. racks the nervous system,
unmans you. unfits you for married life, hinders your success and shortens your x
lstence. Tiirow Awny Your Suspensory Tour family physician will tell you It Is of no
Importance and will give you a Suspensory to relieve It. or will treat you for tho
symptoms Nervousness, Impotency. etc.. without relief, and you will accept your fato
as Inevitable and prepare to live out a miserable existence. The taking Internally or
applying medicines will never cure this condition, nor will the wearing of Electric
Belts, etc.. and we would advise the reader to beware of the many Fake Mush
room .Medical Concerns who claim to cure this disease and really do nothing for you.
Our Electro-Chemlc Method of treatment is your refuge; It is the only Ksl
tlve cure for Varicocele outside a dangerous, wide-open surgical operation (cutting
out the veins).
Our method of treatment Is entirely painless and devoid of danger; It has all tho
advantages to be derived from the surgical operation, but none of the many disad
vantages. It compares to the old-time treatments as the electric light does to the
candle. We guarantee to cure the mom. aggravated cases of Varicocele in from five to
ten days. We have cured over 5,000 of the most complicated cases of Varicocele, and
have yet to have a failure or recurrence. Why not take preventive measures be
fore It Is too late? It Is a duty you owe yourself and family that jou be cured of
this dread disease. We have ourselves tried all the different methods of treating this
disease, and know from actual experience that we can assure you the quickest, safest
and most reliable cure obtainable.
GonrnntertI to Stny Cared We give a written guarantee In every case accepted
for treatment. We can demonstrate to the most skeptical that we are doing Jus!
as we claim to C". When we have explained our treatment to you In detail, and
jou have talked. In the privacy of their own offices, with reliable buiinesa tne.
whom we have cured, we feel certain that any doubt jou may have had recaidla
our ability to cure jou will have vanished.
Men, many of j'ou, in your very prime, when you should bo enjoying all the pleas
ures of life, Ilnd j-oursclves broken down In health and prematurely eld. Your present
condition is the result of early evil practices or later indiscretions. Has j-our Ufa
been a disappointment to yourself and friends? Are you nervous. Irritable and de
spondent, lacking the vim. energy and ambition that denote the perfect man? Man's
whole nerve and vital force originates from and depends on his sexual system. If jcu
have trred, you cannot expect to enjoj-good health and perfict manhood until such
time as this weakness has been corrected.
We want every man who feels that be ts not up to the prop-er standard or health
and manhood to consult us. We will gladly explain to you the true nature of your
condition ond describe fully the system ot treatment we will use In restoring j'ou to
Our treatment for weak men acts by overcoming the effects of early folllej. It ts
a Specific in the true sense of the word; under its use all Drains and Emissions cease,
the parts regain their normal size, and you will never again be troubled with Preraa
turenesa. falling memory, nervousness. lois of ambition and the many other symp
toms which unfit you for business and pleasure. We can tit you for a happy married
life and a successful business career. Do not delay; Impotency Is never at a standstill.
We also cure Stricture and Gleet, Contaclous Hiood Poison and all reflex and
associated diseases of men.
Most cases can be treated successfully at home. If it Is Impossible for von to call
at our office, writ- us a full description of your case as you understand it. We make
no charge for Consultation and Examination. We give a written guarantee la every
case accepted. We do only an Offlce practice and you will find us In from 9 a. m. to
iM p. m.; Sundays-9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Take elevator to eighth floor.
8H Hound Building 211 N. Seventh
Street, s.MrOih-.st, si Louis. Mo.
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