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VOL. XLin. 170 27
The Ambitious Slugger Kills
His Sparring Partner.
CON RIORDAN IS DEAD.
Result of a Blow from Fitz
Occurred at an Exhibition
THE PUGILIST ARRESTED.
States His Defense and is
1 Ield for Manslaughter.
General News of the Day
Sn.risK. Nov. 17 Con Rionlan,
r.! Kit.sitnnioiis' sparring partner,
!nm the latter knocked out bv an
accidental blow on the point of the
jaw during a sparring exhibition
Iat night, remained unconscious de
lite the efforts of three doctors, un
til :!:.l! this morning, when he died.
I itMmmons was locked up to await
the action of the coroner. When in
formed of Kinrdan's death, Fitz was
very much affected, and burst into
l'itzimrnons savs he does not fear
tiie results to himself, but feels
t.rribly over being the uninten
tional cause of his friend's death,
lb- declare!" he noticed nothing wrong
with Rinrdan when they met on the
trige lat night beyond the mere fact
t!i:it he had been drinking and he ac
cordingly made his blows as light as
lie ji)!.iib!y could. He says the
Wow which caused Riordan to
go down was not hard enough
to kill a child, and was delivered
with the back of the hand. He says
Uiordan has had something the mat
ter with h's heart, and he believes
Ik- heavy drinking lately has aggra
v :i!'l it. Fitzsiiumons was arraigned
in the police court and plead not
guilty to manslaughter in second de
gree, and was released on $10,ut)0
yt if Ituve I5en lilt Terr I II rally.
The autopsy on Riordan's remains
roulted in a certificate of death as
follows: Hemorrhage within era
ntal cavity, causing compression of
brain." Uiordan was found in per
fect health. Dr. Totman, who con
ducted the autopsy, says he must
li iv.- been struck a terrific blow.
ti rent fire mt Nottingham.
Nottingham, Nov. 17. The big
g -st lire in a quarter of a century to
day destroyed the large block in the
l.n-c Market district. Jirown &
I' "inpany's large stock of laces,
ready fur shipment to America, was
consumed, with a loss of three
iii:trtcrs of a million dollars. Hun
dreds of men are thrown idle.
halliM-Hletl In a Aline.
l'i.. k Havvr. Col., Nov. 17 A
workman dropped a lighted candle
into a keg of powder at the Pedgro
Mine tunnel this morning. The pow
lo did not explode, but a lire was
started, the flames from which suffo
cated four workmen, Albert Sanders,
1'iirliam Ovey, James AVhitlaw and
Lip ier Willis.
l.oNixiN. Nov. 17 The Hoods bc-
' oni more serious daily. Ktou col
Ic.'e litis been closed and the pupils
cut home. Not since 11U have the
waters been so high. In every direc
tion the waters arc rising stnad!y.
(KiovA, Mex., Nov. 17 A man
named l!y Hawley became smittn
itii the charms of a Mexican wo
inan, the wife of lVdrn Madon, and
eloped with her. Matlou pursued
tlienj and killed bo'th.
Trraanror Kannwjr In t'liarxe.
M-i:iNoriBLi, 111.. Nov. 17. The
Mate treasurer's office was turned
cr to Kit jah Ramsay, the recently
"I'liointcd treasurer, today.
Collrrtlns Ator House Kent.
lV-ih!y it is not generally known
"l it the Astor House block has two owii
v'',f"' relations are ptraincd, to say
?ii" lcat John Jacob Astor ond Wil
li mi Waldorr Astor. Although tho rent
f tii" hotel itaelf is iiecewarily paid in
n "inyle check, that of the stores and
"(Vices at one end of the braiding is col-
led ,y t, rcprcxcntntivc of one As
'"f. whilo tho revenue from the other
''id i.-i cariK'i-ed by tbo representative of
tin other. -National Hotel Reporter.
Why do Yon touch?
1)" you know that Parks' Cough
syrup Will cure it? We guarantee
very bottle. There are many cough
M-rnps, but wc lielicvo Parks' is the
'H,t and most reliable. Sold by
in x i However.
I'.mpress Josephine owned the finest
"pal of modern times. It was callet'
"The burning of Troy..' Its fate is un
known, as it disappeared when the ul
lies entered Paris.
HOW 4,600 VOLTS HITS A MAN
Experience of .Tame. E. Cutter, Who
nanuiea a "Live Wire."
New Yokk. Nov. it t,.ii-: i .. u
possibility of resuscUntinf? a man after he
hud been struck lw .(ii:.h..
lightning, there Is a mun living In Pitts-
BlcCr Having received through
his boUy 4,600 volts.
appearances, dead from the shock for
minutes. h0 is not only aUvc, but
well, and his llfo and health he owes to
the suggestion of Dr. D'Arsonval, of
. wnoaicwmonthsarfo gaid that a
person shocked by a powerful electric cur
rent should bo treated as ono drowned Is
treated. His name is James E. Cutter,
supcrintcnrlnnr. nf n., j -
- wsuu ut-mruini
m tlio hennley Electric Manufacturing
Bomimnv. nf lit.ufl..i.i n
Charles W. Prl, iwiim. m ai
.... vi aiio .-h.-h;ii-
Clllc Keview, of this city.has received from
i . tinier a letter m which tho injured
man descrihea toe
lmlning a transformer which carried a
"lrn " volts," Mr. Cutler says,
'and in moving a!out tho wires got in my
way and I took hold of them and received
shock through iny rntiro body. For a
brief instant them
wero iH-ing drawn down by the arms.
m-n evcrytning oecamo black. In this
condition I reninim! foe .i....
the attendants tell me. During this peri-
uiuKcre mane to restore respira
tion, after the miinnnr ntfviim,At,.l.,.l Km
D'Arsonnval that is by working the arms
and dinphragm to the time of. natural
'For stven minutes there was no sign of
pulse beating and there was every Bigu of
Ui'uth. Then slowly I began to regain con
sciousness and to repeat incoherent re
marks about tho accident. When I first
opened my eyes oil 1 could see was a lingo
black spot, which soon began to dimin
ish and finally disappeared. Half an
hour nfterwunl T eonlil ewnll n- in.
cident liefore and after the seven minute,
interval, which was a total and painless
uaiiK. ine accident occurred about 11)
o'clock in tin morn i n ir Vnethn li,il,.n.n
of the day 1 kept quiet, but on the follow
ing uay i was n round as usual. I nave ex
perienced no ill effects other than the scars
from the burns, one of which went to tho
TRADE PROGRESS IS ENCOURAGING,
But It Will Take Time to Lift IIusIdpm
Out nf the Itepreiwioii.
New YofiK, Nov. 17. K. G. Dun & Co.'s
weekly review of trade says: In nearly
ull branches of business praduid improve
ment npiears, and the hopeful feeling ob
served last week continues. It will take
time to lift business out of its depression,
and the progress made, if less than tho
sanguine expected, is at least encourag
ing. The decision to offer ?50,0l)0,000 bonds
for replenishment of the treasury reservo
was. by bankers, generally approved. It
is generally assumed that the bonds will
be taken at once. The effect is less easy
to anticipate lor tho foriual announce
ment that after' a general reconstruction
of revenue laws it is still found necessary
to borrow largely, tends to raise doubt
alxmt financial provisions for the future.
Resumption of work and increase of
working time have been more conspicu
ous in tlio cotton industry than in others,
but no incrensiMl demand for goods ap
pears. For finished products of iron tho
demand is on the who!'! narrower. At tho
west thero was a little improvement.
Manufacturers of woolens have good or
ders for this time of year, many still run
ning mainly on such goods, but there is a
general fuilure of supplemental orders for
.talcs of wool are again smaller than
last year. Speculative markets have been
stimulated in part by the call for bonds
and wheat has advanced 1 1 j cents, corn
14 cents and cotton l-l(i cent.
The cotton movement continues large,
but sales were made nt only 5.56 cents for
two days here, and at such prices profits
are poor. The failures of tho week liavo
been SVO in the L nitcd States, against 23J
last year, and U in Canada against 3ti last
Farkhnrst Charges It on Byrnes.
Xew Yokk, Nov. 17. In an interview at
Lakewood, Kcv. Dr. Parkhurst made the
following remarks on Superintendent
Byrnes: 'Tie has boen the executive head
of the department during most of that
time and it is under him that, it has
reached the acme of undiscipline uud
knavery that has heen demonstrated to
characterize it. Ilymcs lias done just
enough go.id work, when it served his
purisise to do so, to show his cap.icity, but
lias bi!enKuilicietitly chary in the exere.isof
that capacity to convict himself either of
indifference or of criminality."
Charges ug anil (ioulil with Theft.
New Youk, Nov. 17. Kussell Sage and
George Gould moved lieforo Justice Trunx,
of the supreme court, for an extension of
time to answer in the action brought by
the Soldiers' Orphans' hoireof St. Loiii
to recover nltout f ll.UtKyv.) for the bond
holders of the Kansas Pacific Railroad
company. Lawyer L. J. Morrison said
that the defendants knew about the case
anil ought to answer immediately. He
said that Sage and .lay GouM were guilty
of what in plain language is larceny. De
cision was reserved.
No MmiKtMMe on Vanilerbllt's 1'lace.
Asiikville, N. C, Nov. 17. Charles
McNum, George Vanderbilt's representa
tive here, wished it, staled that then- is no
mongoose on the Vanderbilt rotate, nor is
Willows of Lynched Men on the Stand.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 17. A remarka
ble incident in the trial of Richardson and
Smith hero was the appearance on the
witness stand, ono after the other, of the
six widows of the men who were lynched.
Ailolphu piiutcd outside the door
To interview the temper:
Within lhec walls her fattier sat
lnlcnl on Sunday's paper.
Six time before he'd (ought that do?r
On this same miiwon bent;
Ilia emirane fulled -bnt now tonight
He'll ak papa's consent.
'Respected sir. I've eotne to tell
. To wk my f ate oli. aeal :
Oh, aincc n tnrly curing lime came
j've felt I mean I feci "
AdolphuF pauat-d, with pallid clicak,
hy boy don't li"k morose;
It' bilioane! I've bad it! berc
-Pierce's Pellets, lake a dose 1"
Tbe "I'dll'ts" cure constipation, bllioilSBt ec.
iodiKcatlon, plica, aud all dvraogcmmU or the
ttoniacb, liver aud bowels.
Horrible Crimes Committed in
SLAUGHTERED BY THE THOUSANDS.
Six Thousand the Lowest Estimate of
Men, Women and Children Whs
Became the Vic'.ims of
Itrncitir That Won hi Shame the narkeat
Agea of the World Done in tbe Laat Ito-
caile of the Nineteenth Century A Crime
of Such Blainmoth Proportions That if
Trne aa Charged Should wipe the Tnrk
from the Face of the Karth Ix taiU That
Slake the ISIood It on Cold.
Iosdox, Nov. IT. The chairman of
the Armenian Patriotic association, G.
Hngopian, has sent the following letter,
received from an Armenian whose name
is not given because it would jeopardize
his life, to the earl of Kimberly, tho sec
retary of state for foreign rffairs. The
letter is accompanied liy one from Hogo
pian, in which he says: "1 have no rea
son to doubt t!ie authenticity of tho de
tails. They will lie borne out by fuller
nflicial reports whirh have been or which
will soon be received from tho British
agents in Armenia. The events reported
are the re-enact ment of the Bulgarian
atrocities with nil their most sickening
details of fiendish lust and atrocious cru
elties on unarmed Christians and defense
less, innocent women mid children, de
liberately planned a-id ruthlessly exi--cutcd
under orders from Constantinople"
The Tnrk Conks Cp a Revolt.
Hagopian concludes by saying that tho
time has conic to abolish in toto the exist
ing administration of Armenia and re
place it by another regime approved by
Great Britain and the other signatories of
the treaties of B .din and worked under
their immediate supervision. The letter
of the Armenian thus prefaced is dated
Bitlis, Oct. !). After saying that the chief
magnate appears to lie a second Nero, tho
writer continues: "The so-called rclicllion
of the Armenians in IS!'." was n got-up af
fair for the repression of which the chief
magnate got a decoration. This year tho
Kurds carried off Armenian oxen and tho
Armenian's ap;iea! for their restoration
was refused. A flcht ensued, two Kurds
were killed anil three were wounded.
Order Sent lor Annihilation.
''The Kurds immediately earned t heir
dead before the governor, declaring that
the Armenian soldiers had overrun tho
land, killing and plundering tiie Kurds.
This furnished a pretext for massing tho
troops from far and near. Troops com
ma'ided by a pasha and a marshal were
hurried to the district. The pasha is said
to have htmrfmm lrN-breast, after read
ing it to his soldiers, an order from Con
stantinople to cut tho Armenians up root
nnd branch and adjuring them to do so if
they loved their king and government.
Nearly all these things were related hero
and there by soldiers who took part in tho
horrible carnage. Some of them, wecj
ing. claimed that the Kurds did more, and
declare that they only obeyed tho orders
of ot hers.
i:aeh Soldier to Ittiti-her a Hundred.
"It is said that 100 fell to each of them
to dispose of. No compassion was shown
to age or sex even by the regular soldiery,
not even when t lie victims fell suppliant
at their feet. Six thousand to lo,nm per
sons met such a fate as even the darkest
ages of darkened Africa hardly wit ness.for
them women and tender billies might nt
least have had u chance of a life of slavery,
while here womanhood and iniiooency
were but n mockery liefore the cruel lust
that ended its debauch by stabbing wom
en to death with the 'bayonet while tender
babes were impali-d with the same weapon
on their dead mother's breasts or perhaps
scia-d by th. hair to have their heads
lopped oil with the sword.
hpeciincuM of TarkiHh ISrntality.
''In one place aim or 4ou women, after
lining forced to serve vile purposes by the
merciless soldiery, were hacked to pieces
by sword and bayonet in the valley below.
In another place some weeping and wail
ing women begged for coin passion, falling
at the commander's feet, but the blood
thirsty wretch, after ordering their viola
tion, directed his soldiers to dispatch tlicni
;n a similar way. In another place some
sixty young brides and the more attractive
girls were crowded into a church und.
after violation, were slaughtered, and
human gore was seen Hewing from tho
MAHOMED AT THE FRONT.
Christian Women Offered Safety fa Mog
lemiMit, but 1'refcr lenth.
"At another plnco still a large company
under the lead of their priest fell down
liefore them, begging for compassion aud
averring thnt they had nothing to do with
the culprits. But all to no purpose. All
were called to another place nnd the pro
posal was made to sevend of tho more at
tractive women to change their faith in
which case their lives were to lie spared.
They said: 'Why should we deny Christ?
Wc arc no more than these,' pointing to
the mangled forms of their husliands and
brothers; 'kill us too,' nnd they did so. A
grvnt effort was niude, to save one beauty,
but three or four quarreled over her and
she sank down like her sisters.
"But why prolong the sickening tale?
There must lie a God ill heaven who will
do right in all these matters or some of ns
would lose faith. Ono or more consuls
have been ordered that way to investigate
the matter. If the Christians instead of
the Turks reported these t kings in t lie city
of Bitlis and tho region where I have been
touring the case would bo different. But
now we are compelled to !iclicvc it. Tho
magnates are having papers circulated,
and are trying to compel tho christians to
sign them, expressing satisfaction that
justice has been dealt to the rebels, and
thanking the king and the chief magnate.
The Christians of Bitlis will not sign,
though it is said that in some of tho out
lying districts some of the Christians havo
The circulars have not been offered to
Protestants, and as yet tho Protestants
have not been thurst into chains or Imck
mailed very much. Though, lately things
arc beginning to look that way."
Another letter savs that, sumo of tho rmr
ILL., SATURDAY, R0VEMBSR 17, 1834
ular soldiers themselves nimni tnat they
Kincn iou persons encn in a nmlish man
ner and that rape Was followed by the
bayonet. Twenty or thirty Armenian
villages, it would seem, have been wholly
destroyed and sosno persons were burned
to death with kerosene in their own
Burglars Met More Than Their Match. ;
Sistebstille, ;W. Va., Nov. 17. Two
robbers entered he home of Rolicrt Sla
thers, 70 years old, and attacked Stathem
and his two daiurhtom in an attempt to
rob the house. Srathers knocked one rob
ber senseless with a poker before ho could
shoot and ono daughter knocked the other
downstairs with chair as he attacked
her. IThey wero" disarmed and allowed
Wharton Darker Uaa a Platform.
Philadelphia Nov. 17. Wharton
Barton has written an open letter to Gov
ernor McKinlcy asking him to publicly
state his view on the money question and
at the same time suggesting that the Re
publican campaign of 1S!KJ should he made
"for American prtitwt ion nnd American
hi-mctalism against British free trade and
British gold monometalisin."
w Tork Financial
Xi:w Yoiik. N.it. 10.
Money on call ensy nt 1 pr cent. Irirae
mercantile paper sjl;.i4 per rut St:hng
exclianga firm, with actual bnsinew in bank
ers' hills at 4sL4;4i,4o:i for demand and n;.j
4S' for sixty days; posted rutin sT'H'Cis, aud
4sv;. issu,: eommt-robil bill 4sii4.
Silver certificates ttj W J; n.i sale; bar sil
ver, KL Mexican duUar il.
I' nitcd Mutes RovHrnmeiit bumla 5's remilar.
HTW.; ft's coupon. 1I7; 4's n-irnlar. 114: 4'a
rimp'inn. 114U,; fs regular, .; bid; l-acinc li's of
Chicago Grain and I'rodnre.
C'HK AliO, XoV. 17.
l-'i.llowinc were the quotations on the- Hoard
of Trade todnv: Wheal -November, oin-ued
M'V. closed iViigc; llcccmW. o-ind SrV,
closed .'.."iUjc: May, opened 0'Hr; c 1o-m1 0;c.
Corn November, nncd ;M'4e. clrwei MV:
December, opened tl.i closet Tt'-; May,
oiienej .ViUc, cloned it', (lata November.
Din ned 2srf-. closed rjs4e; Iie:-emlier, opened
a"-4c, clnsd 2'i(,c; Slay. oiienM ::TV. closed
S.""v. l'rk Noveinnmr, ojien ;J $ -. clmed
; January. opcSed Si-'.i. clojd$ 1S.:.
Lard- January. ()n.-m-d r7.17i-a. eluded : 15.
lToduixi: Hutter Kxtra cn-uniery. Sic per
lb.; extra dairy. 21c; lacking stock, litlniy.
Efijs-Fresh stock, 21u r do. l.,tfr. Live
i'.mitrj' I'hick'-ns. 3'sc!ii7is -.- lb: turkcya.
Iki'tic; ducks. Kfi-siac; po,-e. .Vii..i;.im jht dux.
Potat"K Burluukv"i' JJc per hu.: Ilehnina,
4L(-s,-: early riisn. -a.i4so. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois, elja-.i l.si p. bl.l. Cra.iberii.-.-fapa
Cod. fair to ch.iu:.. l-.IK' J.i'i kt lihl; fancy.
-Ji.75. Honey White clover. Hlis.--li.ins.
new atock. y.iUyii IVs brokn cmb. h ; lie:
dark eomli, poor fiaekai-s; S-; ie rained Cali
fornia, .-.ak- JMT 111. .
Chleag Live Stock.
. Clin Alio. Nov. IB-
xji.r .-,i,-i, 1 rice III 111' I. IHIjU SttO 'E 1
today ranged as allows: l.,.-s- K-t;m
re.eipts for the J fil.iiM; kU-.j riimrc
tS.Wr i.t piga. . 4..V. light. .V
Live Stock I'riceij at t'je I'nii.u Sto -k Yard
1L.-Ilt. f I I.i 74 111
roni;h paiiiiis. 4.aV. 4.7,1 mi-,,i, ad 11.43.4
avy pa.-kini; iA i sliippm lots,
e llitceipts the d-iy s o.; qnota-ranm-d
at $10 1.M.41 U lice t, extra
nous runje-a at a iree t, extra
snipping steers. 4..i! j.in co -l u -hoi. r do.,
KliM-il.il fair to icm l, rt:ietlii ctmuiMn to
meuium do., ri.iH-!ii.!'i butclu-r!,' steers, in 19
a.i Stia-kera. K.nti;, 1 4H f, e,i,.rs. 11.; nii
c;s. i4.';i.iu heifers. 1.:1,-'1 .Vi hubs. t:.SV-i
3. In Texas steers. 13L7.V' 4.-1 western ranirers,
anil ?S.iiO jj.5u veal calves.
Stiei'p-Kstimated re.i-i.tH fjr the day
T.imi: sali-s raticel nt n..i - i .0 r. i-sterns. I.;iu
fcA'.T", Texaua, 1.7i(ta.40 uutive 1, and .UH-iC
C'Hlcioo. Not. 17 Wheat, h'f-er. IS nr. & i
Mnycl',. Corr, Heady. Nov. 5 -. .Vay c.
Oita. firmer, Sov. Sie. fork l uher. Jan. -S5.
Lard, higbr, Jan. Ki'w. hi.lur.
Jau. (n :!5.
Cmcj.ro, Nov. 17. n;. n-n-ipM Jonxi: 5c
higher on belt r ?.rade. Ca'.iU- lerelptu, i.ia:
nu har(r Ml, sh-ep revipts. T.iXU: ir ily.
Kew Vorr kjoney Cloing.
New Yoke. Not. 1. xou.-y on rail. eaj at I
per cent prime; nitnua-.ilc (a;.T. S'tBI't.
The Local kait.u.
tlorn new. 4-JI.c-i
Oita- :U(.n tc.
Hay iimoTi i, 1: !. J'OPl'tl ;
wUd, aS'J; fiou-u kl.-d i - -
rFt'TT ASH VUlirTAUI-Kti.
Potatcea 4C5tre .
Onioni 30c pe4 do. j
Hotter Fair to rhoier. IH,-. s c: crc.im -T tS
Kgffs Kn-nii, ISc.
Cattle -Eutchers pay for rtn fed !
Hf' iHe; tow ana Oilier-, g'fcr; c:v
epruig iamb SsittSc a ponn 1
S. 11. llasford'of CarlUa;o, S. I).,
was taken sick "n Sioux City. He
procured two bottles of Parks' Sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys. He
says: -I believ l'arks' Jsure Cure
excels all other medicines for rheu
matism and urinary disorders." Sold
by Ilartz & Ullemeycr.
PRICf 13 ON All WMS,
TO BE" (jtMUIMtr.
Our prices are lowered to the last notch. This will be the greatest
bargain sale we have ever offered you. Don't delay. Come at once. Let
come what may. Congressional reason, hard times reason, first of January
reason, or any other reason, our prices are and will be the lowest Buy now
and you will be right.
(.2 ante Over These Trices.
Chinchilla overcoats well worth $io,
sale price $5.
Black Cheviot overcoats, others asked
$10, our price $7.50, sale price $5.
Dlue best Kersey overcoats, good
enough to sell for $15, sale price $10.
Men's suits that every clothier sells
for SS.50, sale price $5.
Children's overcoats $150, sale price
Blue cassimer overcoats, good value
at $9, sale price $5.
These prices only to be had at the largest store west of Chicago,
money in your pocke: to trade with us.
To be sure you are right, hunt for the "Blue Front."
7 Ter Cent Loans.
The following i m partial
list of completed piH-cdged
first mortgage loan on hand,
which we offer Ir sale, sub
ject to previous etlTtion.
for their face mnd accrued
interest. These loan have
been carefully "elected by
us. and are " first-clasa in
ever t respevt. They are all
7 rtu cf.st net to tbe inter
ior. We have many ether
loans to offer, if these are
not In amounts to suit tbe
Y .In nf
2. 1 00
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
tbe loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves fbe hold
er from all annoyance except
to present his coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST. .
GKO. K KOTII. bnlH. can UeiiartoK-xt.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread and
Cakes . . .
Geo. T. Cr;wderi 39 20th
Bi P. Evans. I strc.
ilJ. nITr) rriL-TAxL-- rslrU--rlfS
Worth in America!
As represented by Mine. Kellogg,
Who Has Just Returned
Parisian Dresses and Trimmings
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend Mmc.
Kcllog-'s GRAND OI'LNIXG
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17.
From 10 a. m. to io p. m. Refreshments Served.
Itynn Itlock. Second Floor, Davenport.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions
PRICE 25 CENTS.
This remedy is sold under a positive fraarantee; and we will cheer
fully refund the money if you are not satisfied with tbe results.
Different from any other, it ill allay the pain instead of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, wbo praise it highly. We
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Avenune Pharmacy,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street, I lock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
Brown, tan and gray Shetland ulster?,
others asked $10, our price $S, sale
price $5 09.
Genuine Auborn Melton overcoats,
everybody sells for $15, our price $12,
sale price $ia
Children's combination suits, coat, two
pants and cap to match, good value at $5,
sale price $3 5a
Men's heavy underwear, considered
cheap at 50 cents, sale price 59 cents.
Wool filling jean pants, extra good
value at $1.25, sale price 73 cents.
from Pari?, France, with