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THB ARSUB. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1098.
Ranges are built to give the.
greatest satisfaction at the least ex
pense for fuel and repairs. They em
body all the latest and best features in
stove construction and ornamentation.
pRGEST STOVE rWTIMTtiEVDRlJj
CupiJ iii juest of the Sum
wdnn inquiring where ho fouM
K-t an t-li'ant Mil i t niitilu fir
him, inch a in worn by the; ex
iiirltu kwi II at Newport or liar
llarlxir, w4 directed by ono of
tlicin tr HOITK'S, where n ono
ever tailed to p-t the niobt j,ier
feci tit, latest style, choice, sra
snnnb'.o good), and a dUtiniio
appearance at a reasonable price.
,V i;ii.'J JS'jty'i --Via&
new Yimr rr-mt uM "to. if li turtd.
Insurance and Loans.
Kooiu 4. Mttoho!1 l.vn1" h'i;.
ail n xiau it h4.
vet hr stlils..
Bnti mi liitti.
Sl'llnit. Flooring, W'ainsonatlng
18th street, bet. 4th ami Ath avenues
PURITY AND EXCELLENCE
I TUB MOTTO AT
Imp'V-.er and nao'esale tljr,
fears of pari m aad. lb
est at iMtWrt,
c . llMi$ Third At. yb-iiw
Nor the 7 v
it M I T
J vT-'tr la
merit has made
them famous for
over 30 'years,
and has created
the largest stove
plant in the
are sold by
I'elllos a Dangerous Chimney.
Tbrru i.i only tno way of saving a
cLinnu-y oat :f iiln:ih from collapse if
tho Unci iui n-nsis that is, to cut a
slier; tint of the masonry on tho other
siilo, ho that it may siuk ou that side
and bri:i;r itself strait-lit. ilut that
method, tiimiKli filicaeious ut times,
often wakens tho utructare. Tlie only
other alt. rnativo U to pull down und
build ufn sh, u:nl th. re are two ways of
doitiR that. Duo is to iull th-! rhiuiwy
down, rteno ly n.-, Iieiinthic; at the
top, utidious Jut tin nl und a terribly
risky one if the htriietiiiv Ik- tottering
to it fall. The other method th writer
lina ftMl Keen i:raeti' i d ill .uiicasliiro
ut:d Yorkshire. At a mill u few miles
outside of M;;s.c h :.! r, for instance, a
(laiiu-r joi-H chimney hud to lie 'icl!ed"
not long njrj, uud th: contractor started
to tni t awuy tho l.iieLwork at the base
011 rive out of its eiht (-idi-s. Once,
thinking it vus about to settle ou him,
he und his urn hurried away, but the
fall did not tukti idoi-e, ui:d they re
turnt d to work. The pup ; were prop'd
up with timber and I lie Ktruetuiv ku
porttd in this way till the prox r time;.
Then the wood was soaked with par
ufl'iii timl diiulx d with rosin ami ignitnL
Tiie flumes and smoke xji::vd up tho
rliiuix y wilh a groat ro;ir, r!;d the dar
ing man liiiK r d at tho foot for a quar
ter of an hour, fotliug tho llnme at ono
xiint so the v.ood might collaiKe thero
lirst at nl the ehimney lake that direc
tion in its fall. At length the balks
gave way, the chimney tottered, then
leaueii ovi r i!i a eiveuiar lasiiion ana
Cuully 1 ol :Mp. .1 i;i the u.iddle und fell
in a heap. The climber told the writer
tliar ili ti:i i?y jTefenvd to I ring a
chimney :i'v. 11 in that w::y, fer onee,
while takii'g ilown a fhalt i;i a north
La?ie.c;iire district, ho hoard it grmn
and eiiak uud had only time to flip
down the rope and mail away when it
fell. I'humlNTs' JuuruaL
Nrtt VrU riiiMnll.
NH' V.. UK. S-pt. .
Miiny 0:1 t ull III liter ut 0 int c.-ut.:
lruu" luervnntil I-m-T. 71 pr -.nt.: str
litm vsi-h:isi.: st-s'lv with ntu il luiHiiies
in LatilcrH' (til! i at 4.l 11' i fr ilcniamt mii'l
4 ' l"y.4 f.ir .)' dav.t; .-ti-l rates, 4rsl
ViIhI a!it v i'ft!tmi-rtat lilN,
filvi-r ni!;at.'-. it.-i. K,iui at T; U:ir sil
ver. ': M.Th a a ! i!lar. M' i
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ilo. '.iniMius, Jill 'tj; Z' resistereJ,
fee'; I ui'itictt'sut uT. I'.
Cliicau rIu mu1 l'rotlno.
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Kellnnr nil w ru tho Uituiius on tli
Ui-ii-i ef Trnio t'Mliy; s. itimlurt opncl
.'rfp'f. r!il ii'-if-: liiNiilM?r, opeiioi aSi-:
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lav. nn-i J ,i lo.cl u.i-ir. Uuts Sep-
liiit-r lif.l 1.V-, rli.l l.'ic; Vt4l...r,
i1:mI V' i-Iiii't l'r May. oiieui'd 1"'
tir-.l lf"V4.v i'.irk Suiti-lulkT. $"..t!;is.
.'t.Ml i't7.t: .,ttlw:, onijfl cltisei
5 "'' j. Ijir.! Si'iiti'iiitM-r, iiumina!. crltijel
! :.": k t..l..r. niiiel 'ISh cliwl $1.31.
I'o iltui - ItnttTr Flxira eromnnri. IS- per
extra ilalry. lie; fre.slt parkiu ftick,
Kr. Kresh ntxlc ri; mr dox.
Voa try Turk-y. (Oil: pur ll.; rhlukuns
h-u.. Ji'i irnn eUiok.-tn. H-, r-oHt .r.
4 : .ln.-l". Si''"-'-: Sl.ui.is. m. Potato,?,
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linuer Wlitt eliiTttr. M 44.: lb.; broken
itiiiili. airlur: 'Xtr t'l. a.Mi-. AU4 li-t I
Ti-ttJl uj pvr bti!.; reeu stock, aj
t'hleaKO l.lva Stock
I'HIi AOO. S pt S.
Live St.i k Vi-uv at th. l.'ui.t.i St. -i
yr.i t.K!ay mnir.l ns foil : Hos K
tintatl rH-Miitrt f.ir th day. 27 10.1: sales
luiiw l at f ; 4 jji't.e' pi-i. jj.l." VI 4i lih:.
J'.'..'ai7i rn'!i i.vkitir. $.'..'i,l.t niul
ainl S-.I.rf: ISt Imrjr tia'kiuj and biiiiuj
t'altl tlHtlniatl rtvti;t fr th dav.
iw.u'i; iu.taiin ratur.l at l. el chuii-a
to rxtra liunlntf t.tn. f I H.i,l.". im1 t
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Slii-p ami Ijini! I-VitimateJ ronipUtor tho
day. li.''; ral raiiK'l at tXtot.ii wi-itrn
ti.a'e;.i" Trx-av S-'.ii:J.(W uativui, wid
Tha Local KarkMo.
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May TinHthr. CQJ7; wild. tMK.
Bauer-Fair to choice, 1 V ; fre,n rr,ao,fry.
uoi t' r .. n-ft 50 iloxrn.
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4t Ir II. 'fb. r p for corn red Mtcra SvtrA
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spriun lauoh-tt VC44 a hrad.
Children Cry for
HOLT STEPS DO WiS
Latest Move in the Politics
the Hoosier State.
BREAK-UP IN THE COMMITTEE.
Chmiriuao aail Covrruur Matthew DIs
aree aa4 the 1 nrraer'a Ui-ainatlan Re
mit Mure to Ki;litt u Etlitar'a Sixr
Cp C tlie llllort of t!i North Caruliua,
to linn In lllliioi I orman Xoinlnntetl
to Take ilia risen l ollliral Notes.
Indiar.p.iurT;!, feit. 10. t-terling R.
Holt has resigned as chairman of the
Irr.oeiatl"- rtato con;mittee. The thir
teen r.iciuljeis of the committee have
l.een uirvtl to meet hera here at 11 a.
n. tuday to receive the resignation,
which will ne in writing. Itufus Ma
ee. mer.iber of the committee from
the Eleventh district, has also resign
ed and other resignations of members
of the coiniiiiute who feci that they
car net Indorse the Chicago Vlatform
and ticket are looked for. The resig
nation cf the chairman is the direct
result cf the quartl between him and
governor Matthews over the appoint
ment of J. K. McC'ul.jugh. of this city a3
a member of the state board of elec
tion commissioners. Two weeks aso
Jloit, in aceoriianee with the authority
vested in him as chairman of the state
committee, named JleCullough as the
Democratic representative In the elec
tion board. It is said that the govern
or hesitated to approve the appoint
ment because MeCullough had been
recoRnized as a gold Democrat. It is
believed that the icsignation of the
chairman will result in some of the
county chairmen throughout the state
TilEKK AINT NO REMAINS."
Condition f a Sontli Carotins Politician
as Sera by an Kclitor.
Atlanta, Sept. 10. In answer to a
telegram from T'ne Atlanta Journal ask
ing for his opinion on the meaning of
!-:arl' nomination for the senate. Sen
ator J. L. M. Jrby wires: "There are
many reaton:t why I would prefer not
to express un opinion today." The
Journal print:; a signed statement from
V. tV. Hall, editor of the Charleston
I'ost. on the result of Tuesday's pri
mary, as follows:
"Earl's election is not a victory over
the reformers. He could not have been
elected without reform votes. It means,
however, tl.e reassertion of the inde
pendence and manhood of South Caro-
lliia'n country votes. Tillman made a
personal lii;ht for Kvans. The result
is a slinvin. deadening blow to Till
man's personal bossism. It indicates,
moreover, op-n rebellion against and
iceognliion of the far-reaehiiiR and all
pervading rottenness of the dispensary
system, and involves its certain and
radical modification with the removalof
th most objeetlonable features. In
cluding the metropolitan police system.
Tillman Is not utterly destroyed: he
will remain an influential figure in the
state, but he Is for the time knocked
clean, clear over the roj.es. Kvans is
like the man hit by acyelonc There
ain't no remains." "
WIIV HLAt-K. Ill.ll.INF.I) TO Rl'N.
tuesnt Cure to Spoil the Race Between
Tanner anil AUgeld.
Chicago. Sept. 10. John C. Hlack. the
gold Democratic nominee for governor
of Illinois, has- written a brief letter
declining the honor in which he gives
his reasons for so going thut he did not
want the nomination and asked that It
be withheld, in the first place. He then
says he bus investigated the situation
and finds "that in this state the elec
tion for governor lies between Messrs.
Tanner and Altgeld.
1 urn iiirincr convinced, Deyond a
reasonable noubt. that the only effect
m the election of my candidacy would
or iu uiiiiini: 11 me cnauces or one or
the other of these gentlemen for elec
tion, aien inner In opinions as to
whose chances would be most seriously
Impaired, but in any event the whole
effect of my candidacy, so far as the
elec tion is concerned, would be what I
nave stated above; namely, to dimin
ish the c hances of one or the other of
the oamhilates. So believing. I feel
constrained, highly as I prize t;o good
opinion of the gentlemen who placed
iiiv 1" iioniiiuiiiiiiii, aecune to be a
The stale committer of the gold Demo
crats, therefore, put V. S. Fonnan. of St.
Clair county, in Hluck's place. The Va
cancy ennseii oy me sniinnrni r ormun
from the foot toth head of the ticket was
rlllea by the nomination of 1. V. Samuels,
o: t.nieno, lor tlie ollicc or attorney gen
eral. William Korman m:ule much ren-
utation for himself recently by the uutlioi-
Inp of a couple of letters to Governor Alt
geld, in which he called attention to the
managciui'iit of the state treasury during
the inuumliency of Ritfus Uamsar. For
man is a native of lveiitueky, in a lawyer
of K.it St. I..i:.:s. uud has represented iho
old tighteent h district two terms in cue
gross. Dnniel V. Samuels is a Chicago
lawyer. He lias been prominent in Demo
cratic politics for many years.
lilti UKMAMI I OK MLVKK DIILLARH,
lliejr Are Wanlnl for I e as Caiupaisa
Ol jert Leasonn."
Washington. Sept. 19. The treasury
ofilciajs are In daily rec-elpt of a large
cumber of requests asking . for silver
dollars of this year's coinage in ex
change for silver curtincates or other
lawful money. Many of these requests
come from persons who seem to
doubt the truth of the monthly Coinage
statement, while others hsil for ship
ments of 1S!6 dollars with a view to re
futing statements that no silver dollars
are le-ing coined. These requests have
been complied with as fast as leceived,
and the treasury- officials desire to call
public attention to the fact that when
silver dollars are ordered of sums of or
multiples of $'" they are shipped at
the expense of the government. Inn
when smaller sums are ordered the
shipments are made at the expense of
the person ordering. )
There is row in tha treasury J10.
50.3 in free tilver. that is. silver
which may be obtained In exchange
for any lawful money, btn the demand
Just now is fo keen for lsfti dollars
that it seems probable that by the be
ginning of October the department will
be compelled to decline to pay out sil
ver dollars except in exchange f..r sli
ver certificates or treasury notes of
of silver to be held in the treasury to
cover outstanding silver certificates,
and when the minimum Is retched sil
ver payments would be refused even
In exchange for gold or In payment of
warrants on tne treasury.
BRYAN'S NEXT f KAK1NO TOCR.
Be Will String Rouucl tlie Southern aaJ
Eaatrro Circles Now.
Lincoln. Neb., Sept. 10. The follow
ing Is the itinerary of the southern
and eastern trip cf William J. Kryan as
given out by him. He will leave Lin
coln tomorrow for Ft. Louis, via Kan
sas City, not speaking there, however,
but passing through Mexico and Moh
erly. Mo., he will make short speeches,
and will get into St. Louis at 6 p. r.x.
Saturday. That evening he will ad
dress audiences at the Auditorium.
Music hall and L'hrlg's Cave. Sunday
morning he will go to his old home
In Salem, Ills., and spend the day with
relatives, returning to St. Louis Mon
day morning the 14th and immediate
ly go to Louisville, over the Louis
ville aiidsN'ashville where he will ad
dress meetings that evening.
The next day he gees to Leslngton,
Ky., passing through Versailles and
Frankfort over the same road, and will
speak In the afternoon at Lexington.
The same afternoon he will eo to
Maysville and that night will return to
Lexington where at 10 o'clock he will
start for Asheville, N. C, passing
through Haniman and Knoxville,
Tenn., being in the latter city early
the next morning and arriving in Ashe
ville at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. After
speaking there IJryan will spend two
days campaigning in North Carolina.but
the places where he will speak he could
not tell. Later he will speak In Vir
ginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.
C, which will bring the date up to
Sept. 20, and the next ten days will be
spent in New FJngland.
MORE VISITORS tiOINti TO CANTON.
Vermont Republicans on Their Way to
Greet tlie Varty reader.
Canton. O., Sept. 10. A telegram re
ceived by The Repository says that a
special train bearing the Vermont del
egation left St. Albans yesterday for
Canton. The train carries the delega
tion of Vermonters to call on Governor
McKinley. and is expected to reach
Canton tomorrow morning. Senator
I'roctor will be with the party.. An
other telegram received from J. V. Far
well & Co., of Chicago, says that sev
enty Democrats from their store will
be with tho big Democratic c lub to call
on Governor McKinley Satin day, and
that the delegation will number be
tween Ctifi and TOO people. Among Gov
ernor McKinley's callers yesterday
Were President Clay, of tho Virginia
State Republican league, and F. C.
Goff, of Cleveland, president of tlie
Morgan Kun Coal and Mining com
pany. M. V. Lightcnpand IJ. B. Ii:iy, of Chi
cago, are here arranging for the visit of
the employes of the Pennsylvania railroad
company on Saturday to call on Governor
McKinley. Seven other delegations will
bo hero tomorrow and Saturday. They
are tho steel workers of Lorain, O., the
Republican Lmairue of Pennsvlvuiiiii. ami
rifki'tin'.i lCtilii..ll ...i.l ...... IV .1... XI. t
ley and Unhurt club, of MeKeesport, Pa.,
and the life insurance ageutsof Cleveland.
Ieh Iiwneaan Address.
Tore Haute. Ind., Sept. 10. The
American Railway Union, whose pres
ident is Eugene V. Debs, has in concur
rence with the board of directors issued
an address to railway employes. It
opens with animadversions on the rail
roads for the activity of the managers
in organizing gold standard clubs and
"temporarily changing the depots and
shops Into wigwams where only one
side of the money question is permitted
to be heard." "It is not free silver,"
the address' continues, "that has un
loosed and enraged this railroad
moloeh. It is the atack in the Demo
cratic platform on government by in
junction." Speakers for the Democratic Campaign.
Chcago, Sept. 10. Chairnian MeCon
ville, of the Democratic speaker's
bureau, states that he is in correspon
dence with ex-Governor Hoies, of Iowa;
Governor Matthews, of Indiana; Gov
ernor Stone, of Missouri: Senator Vest,
Senator Blackburn, and other speak
ers of national celebrity, and that they
will within a few days make several
speeches In the western states. Gov
ernor Altgeld will make several
speeches outside the state, and Vice
President Stevenson will also make a
number of speeches.
Will Stump fr the Republican.
Chicago. Sept. 10. Between sixty and
seventy speakers have been assigned by
Chairman Hahn. of Republican speak
ers' bureau, in the past two days, and
arrangements made for over 300
speeches, extending as far as the
Rockies. Among the prominent men
assigned are Warner Miller, of New
York, and Representative Dingley, of
Maine. The former will speak In Mich
igan Sept. 21 and 22, and In Indiana
Sept. 23, 24 and 25.
Talks American Polities.
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 10. Baron von
Herman, nt the German embassy at
Washington, who is studying the agri
cultural resources of this stae. In dis
cussing polities yesterday, said: 'Bi
metallism by the United Staes alone
would cause great loss to your country,
but free coinage, which is virtually the
adoption of the silver standard, would
bo much worse. 1 am not surprised at
the withdrawal of capital from this
country under the present conditions."
Polities In the Ceuteanial State.
Pueblo, Colo., Sept, 10. The Colorado
Populist state convention met yesterdav
and nominated the Bryan and Sewall
electors named by the recent Democratic
state convention and appointed a com
mlttee of eleven, which left for Denver
early last evening for a conference with a
like committees of the Democrats, Silver
Republicans and Silver party, looking to
a union or all free coinage forces in Colo
rado on a state ticket.
Donrke Couldn't yult Do That.
New York. Sept. 10 Thurlow We-ed
Burnes, Republican leader In the Twelfth
cougres-iouai ui.lrc 01 mis city, recently
wrote Bourke Cockran offering him the
Republican nomination for congre-s. In
the letter Weed suggested that the Repub
licans and gold standard Democrats uniteil
can elect whomever they iudorse. Cock
Lamont Is a Gold Democrat.
Washington. Sept. 10. Secretary of
War Lamont has esnt a telegram to W.
D. Bypurfi chajrmaa 0 vhe executive
cmirmrtee ct . trie eom Democrats, in
response to an invitation to be present
at the notification of Palmer and Buck
ner at Louisville Sept. 12th. in which
he regrets his inability to be present,
but declares himself in line with the
movement and that be wil vote for
Palmer and Buckner.
Rer. Jones Wants a Free Connt.
Atlanta, Sept. 10 Rev. Sum Jones, the
Georgia evangelist, has addressed an
open ictter to Chairman Clay, of the Dem
ocratic state executive committee, calling
for a free ballot, and a fair count at the
approaching election. Jones severely
criticises the conduct of elections in
Georgia and other sou hern states.
Another Tripartite I nsioa.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Sept. 10. The
Democrats, Silver Republicans aud Popu
lists of the Fifth congressional district
held their conventions here and nomi uat
ed ex Mayor George P. Hummer, of Hol
land City, Ottawa couutv, to succeed
William Alden Smith iu cougress.
Nominated la spita of Himself.
Appleton, Wis., Sept. 10. At the
Democratic congressional convention
of the Eighth Wisconsin district Judge
George W. Cate. of Etevens Point, was
nominated unanimouly in spite of a
positive declination by telegraph read
before the vote was taken.
Hobart's Letter of Art-rptanra.
Paterson, N. J.. Sept. 10. Garret A.
Hobart, Republican candidate for vice
president, has sent his letter of accept
ance to the notification committee,
Charles W. Fairbanks, chairman. The
letter discusses the money question
iirst and the tariff next.
Democrats Agree to Fusion
St. Louis, Sept. 10. The Democratic
state central committee, by nearly a
unanimous vote, has decided to fuse
with the Populists. A comittee of three,
with Chairnian Sam Cook at Its head,
was authorized to make all necessary
Declines to Approve Fnslna.
St. Louis, Se pt. HI. John A. Lee, Demo
cratic elector-at-largo, of this city, sent
hU resignation to tho Democratic suite
committee's ucndciuartcrs when he learned
of the fusion plan agreed upon to help the
uatioual and state ticket.
Silver Men Control In Jersey.
Treiitou, Sept. 10 The silver men con
trolled the state Democratic convention
yesterday aud indorsed Bryan aud Sewall.
OF VETERANS CONVENTION.
Rake, of Pennsylvania. Sure To Ua
Louisville, Sept. 10. At the afternoon
session of the Sons of Veterans" con
vention Commamler-ln-Chief Russell
submitted his annual report, showing a
satisfactory condition of the order.
Despite the hard times an increase of
45S In membership is reported. Penn
sylvania shows the largest number of
recruits. Thirteen states show a de
crease in membership, Ohio heading
the list with SOX. Five eighths of the
total decrease was In the states of
Indiana and Ohio. Commander Rus
sell reports a surplus of $:i,tiiio, against
$-,Gr5 when he was eli-oled. The re
mainder of the session was devoted to
the re-ading if committee reports.
The prospect of a lively fight for
the commandership disappeared last
night when Colonel tleorge Hurlbut. of
Illinois, who had .been assured of the
support of Illinois, New York and
Massachusetts, announced his with
drawal. This leaves practically no op
position to the cliHtion of Colonel Jas.
Rake, of Pensylvania. Boston and In
dianapolis are leading In the contest
for the next encampment. Denver's
chances having been lesse-ned by the
distance to that point and the fact
that it Is desired to hold the annual
gatherings as near as possible to the
center of membership. The camp-fire
at I'hoenix Hill park last evening was
an enjoyable affair.
CUBAN NEWS FROM KEY WEST.
Rebels Reported to Hars Killed 100
Spaniards Arrests at llaaua.
Key West. Sept. 10. News from Ha
vana says that a train carrying troops
from Havana recently arrived from
Spain, going by the way of Guanajay,
was attacked near that place by the
Insurgents had destroyed.. The loss of
the Spaniards was 1M men kiled by
the bullets of the attacking party.
This news was received here from Dr.
Charles Mateo Feal. a captain In the
insurgent army, who passed through
here last night direct from the insur
gent camp on his way to New York.
Dr. Leopold Berrie, the oldest pro
fessor of law of the University of Ha
vana, and Dr. Juan Francisco O'Farril,
professor at the same university and
JuJge of the supreme court of Havana,
have been arrested on suspicion of be
ing in sympathy with the insurgents
and conspiring against the govern
ment. Kit-Senator Payne Is lead.
Cleveland, Sept. 10. Ex-United States
Senator Henry B. Payne died at 9 a. m.
yesterday at his home. In this city. His
death was due to a stroke of paralysis
with which he was stricken a few- days
ago. Only a son and daughter were at
his bedside when he died, they being
the sole surviving members of his
family. The ex-senator was 86 years
of age and has until recently taken
an active part in the management
of his extensive business affairs. He
was one of the wealthiest citizens of
the city and leaves a vast estate, worth
many millions of dollars.
Records on the Ball Field.
Chicago. Sept. 10. Following are the
records on the base ball diamond made
by League clubs: At Baltimore
Brooklyn 3, Baltimore 17; at New York
Boston 6, New York 7; at Washing
ton 1; at Pittsburg Chicago 6, Pitts
burg 3; at Cleveland St. Louis 3,
Cleveland 8; at Louisville Postponed.
Western League: At Detroit Mil
waukee S, Detroit 9; (second game)
Milwaukee 6. Detroit 7; at Minneapo
lis Columbus L Minneaolis 7; at
Kansas City Grand Rapids 7. Kansas
City 7 nine Innings, Grand Rapid hud
to catch a train.
Miners Threaten to Strike.
Des Moines. Sept. 10. The miners
of this district threaten to go out on a
strike Oct. 1, and trouble is anticipated.
One of the mines, the Carbondale, has
imported ir.0 men, colored and Italians,
for the alleged purpose of keeping
prices for mining down to 80 cents In
stead of 90. the usual winter schedule.
The old miners say they will not sub
mit to a lower rate than 90 cent.
Castoria to Dr. Sanracl Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children- It coutaln uciturr Opium, Morpltluo nor
other Narcotic substance It I a liarnilcss Milrst Utile
far Paregoric, Drops, Sootlilus Syrujis, aail Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant- Its cuarant co Is thirt year use h$
Millions of Mothers. Castoriadcstroja Worms auU allays
fevcrishDess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curt!,
cures Oiarrbira aud Wlud Colic. Castoiia r Iicvcs
teething troubles, cures count i pat lou aud llaiiiloney.
Castoria assimilates tho food, rcirulatcs the Mortiach
aud bowels, civinc healthy and natural bleep. Cas
torla is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's l-'ricud.
Canorts It an' excellent medicine tor end
drea. Mothers hare repeatedly told ma of its
good effect upoa their children.
Pa Q. C Osaoftu.
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
vhirh I am acquainted 1 hnjie t?w day is not
far distant when mothers willconsidcr the real
Inten-ut of their children, an J use Castoria in
stead of thevariousquai-k nostrums which are
destroying their loved omw, by forcing Ofiiutn.
morphine, north. n sj nip and other hurtful
agents down their throat:, thereby srtaliug
them to premature craTes.
Do. J. r. Kiscnuxx,
Health Is the Simrhtnf of Horn. Have you got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Modionl Institute 1'ornianwnUj loottol la Uswjapirt, low
1U. T. M. WALSH,
ranaarly CiiaVal Pronator la two of (ssicata
at )( anatkal tulles' as.
SiKKVOUS 1KI1LITV Kxbaustlvo dralaa, ilocploasneis, threatened In
",77""''ra0r' n"""U'1 u',Mlo- "I' e,PUo an to aerrou n,h..wtioa.
CATAltUll lysrvpsi, Aithtna. Uhenmatlsm. Scrotals. Syphilis, Blood.
E,:!?ni'!Tcn':', 'n at" " " ""r cr4 bj it a. ay.
VARlCtx;KLK la the tnuat active causa of ner von debility. Why treat
autli with o'her arkua ws rasrantea van a in Mils ass I can ka imi JLm k. - -
tnetbodt Hrdroc le cured la three 6ttrJamltmn,ma,m t ttnimm
WOMKN Suffering from diseases pecnlLur to their sex should consult as.
We have eared many cam gtoon up as hopeless, and we Bar ha able to an m. Sniwtml
UUB ClthULNllALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous aa
mrtTcri Ii3,!.! ILT -!i fmm 'Pl tor oar remarkable cons Is not,
ot fl ThT? .L!. P"'! fist oar adraoeed awthoda esrs wbera ad
ti?at j-i it -ol T Jlf ra.5T"7 that you eaa be cured, flaw jut ms-4
I onra. o otW.rciaW. oTr yoeas. falcuoa. "
U :)U'l JU?U Cn" nu,d'ea' emd by asall. Boats to 19, t to t, 1 U I. wsndaya
Of HCE 124 W. Third St.. McCnllongh. BttUding. Davenport, lows.
FOR THE FALL SEASON
Ugto Pictura Clouldings Just in.
Adams Wall Paper Co
lio. i7 -o ti Twentieth trei
8EIVER8 & ANDERSON
TONTRACTORS aito BUILDERS.
All k'nis of aarpaatof
OtRns) and Shop 791 Twnlflk etraat
Jobs? si. rasuo.
PARIDOXt? 2 QOlff
Painters and Decorators
Fatpza SAia'azsa. nirg?7iffsTaaa. tu.
tOO?, 118 UnaXUBSh St, 2001. ZSLdUTS. ILL.
" Castoria so well adapted tn4iil.!rea that
I reootmneod as superior to any pccaciipUoa
kaowa to tne.
Tt A. Aaraca.1L D.
Ill Fo. Oxford Brooklyn, N. f.
Onr physicians la the children's depatv
nent have Sokea highly their eip.Yi
enea in their uutskie incline with ('astasia,
and although wa only have amon- ei
medical supplies what is known as reulr
products, yctweare free to eond-as lliat Ua
merits of Osstoria has woa us to louk Ula
favor upon it-
I'srrcD 11 oar me asa DisncssaaT,
kdx C. Svrra., .,
DR. J. K. WAL8IL
Lata ef OMravo, tnrtaerlf tsaitwoa-UiiSitar 1
9U AniluM.' Uo1.ilal.
Joearsi btiis eon oa sVan aottea
and saUsfacUas) f-Irsrlssl