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riotli tho moJioil anT results w nm
rip of l"i p W taken ; it i t. k aAnt
aixl n'fmbin to the tasto, an.) act
rrr-Uf yet PPMnptlT on the Kitlnc jn,
liv r awl liowrl, cleans the sys
tem rftVcMrillr. lipprl roll, hcaJ
arlie an! fi'vrm anl enrrw habitual
constipation. Syrup of Fijn L tb
only rrmH of it Lirnl ever t m
lurrl. loptintx l tlw tasto and ac
trptthlo t the? stomach, prornj.t in
it action ar truly tirnrnVial in it
cuVrts. prrp.irrI only from the mot
bilUianl nrcf nMopiihr taxes it
maiiff xroIU-nt qualities comccnJ h
to aU ani haw matte it tlw most
popular rrraoly known.
8yrtvtof Fi i for a!c in ,50
cent LoUlc by ail rciiaj dnwj.
git Any rlial.lo flrugwt who
m:iy not bavt it on hani will jn
can- it rromptly for irj ono who
vixtM t, try it. Dt tot cccrpt tn7
cxurcMiA no syrup ca.
MMfcii. r. w roar, at.
rv w rv v
j Most Everyone
That tha tar;! n. ka a
Mtr'numt of rioiklay t.amtwa
are Sept at the
Vi hit pjlaci of Sweets
!( khtiltitn tev fanuvn tin
-t inxni.ATK M-.a
lM-t k-U In the no a
inwit Nm .r Sew Year
orbs ilisttriHt a'l (
iir f mprtitnr mi pure ri
tifcsn, sura as iu et
ttn-ORiw ml. strlev' sure. 1fl
pef pIHt I WW
MfimU . sttletly for, per f C
leam and me UiT. atrleniy lf)
IVfdtii nfiij. Milatljr pur, pr 1f
Cum nr. vr'ttly rire, r C
p.xio.l ... WW
Mitrnip4, "tr'Ct'f ui, r 9fli
An t ail how aul finitUA
Viilii'fl punnt (rh mrry
t tlw mum low pili-r.
White Pdc& of Sweets,
HARO AHD SOFT COAL
r. .it. lvwhi:ai),
Tilcphoa 1310. S170 r.f.a A?aa
uccn" J. Burns
Ucy, b'rl od Kaoae
Th cAA tre tad t!ae
irlcti evesaoyt iri t
Kutr4. Htr9 as low
ai cr reltatlc coi Jp-cy
cao affor !.
Tar Ptnn.ft t 3oitalj.
Hrr BoM ainrfe
-n rnrA uiam
I I ! : jj 'F r i mm d i - ..p ii hi , wmmrn
SUITED BY BALFOUR.
Th Position Crcit Britatn Has
Taktn in th Matter of the
Raid on Chin?
DOB SOT WATT AST TEEBITOBY
Bat Xaxh far tnnl frirtt cm laOilacM
Trad far All Ik Salloaa af Dm Eattk
Ci.ImI rrltlca ? AajwWvr
Mia IWIl. Ik Baialaa aad Jaaaa Agnm
Vr a Carraa fvllrx Oatkrvmk la
Afrtrarraaf aa) Iba Nll.
L. r.J..n. Jan. lt.-r.t. 1tn. Arthur X
r-alfir, flrrt Krl tf th trratury and
mYtT.nvnt latr in Ih hcuse. ol cam
itk.iij. a'tIn.i.-l hi cunstltar.ta at
lumhtfr last rvf-nlng. It was tx-
tt't that h wouM mij' an Important
ky In China, but h rtnHnc4 hlreclf
la rDontitir. I-alfuur mil th ron
Tt rf Kur-t hnj not aJ1sl to Its
r tntatln tjr ir r-nt trratirrnt of
frtt. d.flart-J that It aroulj be
tttT to hav a thlrrl-rate (fovciror of
Ik iianl thaa ixne at all; and It aj
trano ih rKtift cou!l not Tind on
tthr in tlurij- rr America, lie ru-
lorlanl tb fcriKTT UUrlsyed ty the
Iu-ltlt tro-'j.s in thi- Indian campalkn.
a fi.TpTw -iiH.r tlmicalt then the
Afghan war vt ls;- v
Tnrnlrt: l. CI. in J I'-.rrtr nM lr!t.
l-h Intrre. ttnre irc nmmarr;al
atv in t rrtt' rt .!. K"rf ea a ba.-
t-r .iM aru::e tiratlna trrt-
tTj ruM le a tliradvantare because
II wnuIJ Invvlte mtt.ltllitr and rx-
la ffHiriy ai.ti imn. lie dllattj
the fjet that the "etnt tf our
Ira.V la 1i!na tir i rs a perUI tlalm
ta f-r.-Teat hr puriroins a r"l'cr that
a't Itwun-. ln.l-" and added:
iUit t. fef.t trj.liii .rui of nur i N
fry m a f. , n yji our trading
rrlH. s aa a rumn rx'lude iU7
rlvK If no ak frefdum of trade It
l M f f KrtLii J akn. but the whole
Maal 4 :artoJ Crvat ItrMala.
There wa.a r "f-lertlon. said 11 four
In rt.rw ! n. tf l;iriA.havinir an fre.
free rrt. pmri l Knclind wan ii'K
Vltikd: tot the cnvrritTmnt Wf uld d
It iril t.. r v-nt fhlra jrk-MInT to
I"r U r.-r ure t.i nr.ike rrKUlatlnna
tlvrre . t:tat I'-ritain or "anjrlnt
K"lMr. bt ilble. a(t-ni.t ti dot
the i.!tt . o.iia with fonicn ata-
llina hr I nr tk.rNt mur.trlea mhn
.t.M ral rai-in.a .r t.thrr brrlora
l .ur ira-le.- The lurJ.n .f the
h.e , Inrail. n was tltat KnelanJ a
ply In 7i!r U f.-r th : benefit ,.f the
w.rH at Li-. The m.rr.!ni r-arr
edi..rlal .f all sjcit.s of t. htl.nl
elnin rsiTrt-s erct vstlsfartlon at
tIf..ur rrra-!t!..n i t the primlils
rel'linr It.a rnrrr.m nt'a folley in the
fjr tjst. but th. jr irnit.laln f the ah-
fere .f d. finite atatrn.c r.L
Think -There Are Uthrro."
The l;.vl!y . ;. ny, IVilfLur'n t-.
t-rsttlon tt Ij rd f n!lrhurjr-a tl!ry U
ereli. n In lnt-nt!-n. and thn in!jr fear
w tnat the serutlin may fall short of
the Intention. Viti r .'pdhcc in the
New Trx Tlim rxyn e;n of rogrct
tfcrt U k tf nM -ti:,. Ua neccedfl to
rnslm-rs Ira'l il. nal e-rth hnrp The
Ihiily News ray.-: ".- ji h recrtt In an
Anxrh-an urnnl are ik;unnt Indeed.
Put our Atr.-rian friend reed' not c
tinr.i.y. tnsr Irt. wh!ih arc Mon
th ul with th. irs. i.in I pnt.-et. d In
JJMna by othi r m 411s than territorial
lAI.LASn. l:i AND JATAV.
SUtaIl4Te Atrrel n ( erea-ef
I Khllnc la jM Air Ira.
ynd n, J.in. It Airordini; to a rpc'
tlul dltMtrh from Fhanrhal. It U said
there thotnh1 ace merit letwi-en fcns
land. Jaiwn ond r.L'?i!.i with rcsreet
to la..Ive a restoration of the
status qu. and the re!rtatem.nt of
Marlary Hmwji aa thief ci-mmt-
f'OT of tUHtom. with a Ttusslan cem
mlsirnT at '.r.r. n.thi-jw rtof liitjuch
ton hay. on the cast rat. and a Jap
anese e..mmls4..n. r at Fusan. In the
eitrrme soultKast. Sir Kotwrt Hart
dlr.ttT of tlie fhin-se lmtertal mari
time tusti.irs. Is neotiatinK with th
Chinese coerqmnt f,.r a loan. The
tmpef'T t-x.li the n.sotiatior.s away
frw the ljnt-li-Timon (lioard of for
elcn affaits) ia dRu: at the previous
A ditpatra from M .ml as.. cardial of
the roat rine In the Urttl.th list
AfrirJ r'lertorate. raya th.t news of
renee-t ftrhMn In 1canda hsreachel
Ibere froinVrt I.ul.aam In the I'cokx
munirT". uu ior o.i'e or iv-e. u.
t.aant atscl'nall. Irtli.-r of MaJ.ir
XI' lnld. the rummmilrr of lii
Itrltteh f.ree and Mr. IMkington. the
ml..liTiary. hate U--n Villed. Tro-'ps
ara hurrtna t the frjnt from Marha
kiMi station. II Is retorted that the
arr.fc.es In PjIIh. numtierine
iSiittlaneae under two . fjrrrs. may Join
rrearh :arraarbla aa Ike Mia.
IJon, Jan. It The Paris cow
spe-ndent of The Ially Mail ttetUrea
that drsrlle denials the Trench govern.
men! Is aware that Captain MarrhanJ
has twcciled 1'a.h.xla and It Intends to
baa. a tlalm to p-aarssi9nof that rtTtlon
en priority f "tfurti..n. The corre'
spoedent Mys. moretver. that the
Frena R-oTerameM rrrarJa this as the
Kt rrttkal Uaue In foreign politics.
Itllaw4a MliMrTtlerMe to fctrlka.
Tajkri;ie. U'u. Jan. II. The miners
of the TaylorrUe Coal company met
there last nUcht and d-rtded to strika
for the frtnsOeM a. ate. wtkh 2fan
acer flhamway decliBrs to pay because
the Wisconsin 0tral r:;rtd. which
k baa a contract to furnish SO tons of
coal dalty, refuses to ay an ajvancc
tet Ut contract price.
Tata T.n nam SSaalM May n rawad.
And that is more important than
making money, ii yonr oiooo. is im
part. Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho med
icine for too. It cures scrofula, salt
rheum, rheumatism, catarrh and all
other disease originating in or pro
moted by Impart blood and low
statt of Ut system.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy
to operate. Care Indigestion, headache.
A BAD LVENINQ BLAZE.
M.Calieaah Ba'Hte(at Uai.piilR&la4
Flamta Rotted the WcCulfcjuirh
bnlnrn block on Third street atf
jilcfnglLe Masonic Templa in Uavcn-
ort last avecinfr. The tjtal lots i.
20.100, but thtre waa a lere
amcuct of inaurtnee. Chiel Gil
hcoley, cf the fir a department, was,
it juft to kappened, eff duty, a very
iairtqnent occurrence with him, hav
ing gone to vleit a faiend, and until
he at mod on tea tceae, the depart
ment, detpite the fact tlitt three
alarnsiwite tnrted in in rapid sue
ccntoa and aU the companies ca'kd
out, wctkd coder a preat itadvan-
laze, and Major Smith bcirg one ci
the Grit to arrive at the fire, directed
th firemen nalU the arrival of the
chief, when, through well directed
effort., the fire was pot under cun
trcl. For a time tho M&ionlc Tem
ple and other adjoining buildings
teemed ia imminent danger. Ac it
was the Masonic Temple was dam
aged considerably. In therctroicd
build Off the heaviest iiftrs wvr:
S. '- Uilman, burnt d ont on tLe
fifth 11 or. at was also F. J. McCul-
leogD, who had rooms there. He
carried f 3M iojnranco ia tho Sajdcr
agency. Mr. I! ia lost her tfTeCts,
tad bing an invalid, wa carritd
out by the &rrnvn. C K. liackstaf
fer d greauy, and hai I o W innracce.
I) II. 8tuhr wii well soaked, acd
l)icg ia Lis cCce is the lata of the
IWgvt Itbi-b con. cany. Laricr tosmi
above. When this safe went through
the lljor tho crawd thought au ex.
plj.ion had taken plaee. The Stnbr
company carried f 1 5.0 insurance.
The Commercial Azencr. of the
Berg-Viii.eh coucut, Was a heavy
loter, and the ioaurance could not
be obtil:ed. Or 9. Walsh sn;
talned a loss o( 12,600, loeing maav
tine nrgical instrument, aad hd
insurance to the amonnt of 81000
D. W. McKinoey had iait moved ia
on the top fljor, and now mourns the
Jose cf all his household tfTtcts.
Miss Nellie B'cnner. the dressmaker
on the third fl jor, also aaslained the
lots of much bv waitr acd smoke
U W. I'ttcraen dt Son claim a lo.s
cqnal to the Insurance, which is
i.wO. In C. E. Banka' rooms the only
thing raved was the roily," which
had been either c(ared by Mr.
Backs or bad been liberated. "V.'bjn
the fire, first broke ont Dr. Walsh
went throngh tb builrttng cotifricg
stl cf ita eaigtmce, at.d tarxied ao
long with the result that be was com
pe!icJ to iomp oat cf nl.ack witdow.
landing cn the groucd safely.
IT TRAVELED 100 MILES.
Hlah Scaool caaaaUIrs Ciaat Kxp. rkacats
With a Haul' Ualtooa.
Tho chrmittry class of the High
school while studying tho prope:ties
of hydrogen en's, inflated a small
pillow dex" balloon last Thursday to
determine how long it would kesp
ti e balloon sueponded and Low far i:
would travel in tho air. A tote con-
taicirga stamp asking for partit a
iar aa to whero found was attached
and the bslSoon turned Hose. Tbe
c!as has just itce'ntj a kUer !rtm
rlansgnn, in tbe eattvrn part of thfr
state, containing tho balloon and
information doeired. The little rub
ber big bad evidently reached an
al'.l ude such that the preseuro from
inside was too great fur ttte atmos
pheric preoure, causing it to burst
It had nevcrthcluss traveled over 100
ConaompU.Mi I'clU. Ir Caied.
Mr. K. B. Grccve, merchant, o
Chilhowie, Va., ctrtitits teat he had
consutnpUon, was given up to die,
sought all medical treatment that
money could procure, tried ail rongb
remedies that he could hear of. but
got co relief; spent many nights sit
ting up in a chair; was induced to
try Dr. King's New Dieovery, and
was cured by the use of two bottles.
For pant three years has been at
tending to business, and says Dr
King's New Discovery is the'eraad
eat remedy tver made, as it has don
so much fur him and a.so for others
in his comronnity. Dr. King's New
Discovery is gaaranteed tor Coughs,
Colds and Consumption. It don't
fail. Trial bottles Ireo at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drag store
Try Al'.ca -Kaa,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this scagt.n your feet feel
swollen ana hot, and get tired eas
ily. If you have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ee.se.
It oools the foot and makes walking
easy. Cures and prevents swoolen
and sweating feet, blisters aa ' cal
lous spots. Ceiievfe corns an. bun
iou of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. S jld by all
drurgfets aad shoo stcr-s for 25
eenta. Trial packages Free. Ad.
dress Allen S Olmsted. Le Eoy
n. r. .
Yen should know that Folev
Honey and Tar is absolutely the U u
remedy for all diseases of the throat,
chest or lungs. Dealers are author-
Izcd to guarantee it to give la'.iflic.
tin ia all cases. For sale by T. 1'.
Takes the burn out; Leals tie
wound; euies the pitio. Mr. Thorns'
Felt c trie Od. the household remedy.
Sold by Marshall & Fisher.
Capacity Grtj There. ,
"What is besiuoss cacafity. Uuclo
Bwiness cr.jacity is baring srnse
cscuph to gn 13 the bitk dour wbtu
puplo wnu't amvrer a riug at tbe fiOLt
doer." Chicago Ktvord.
TOES DAT. JANUAm 11 ,1808.
Judging by the number of costume
plajs which were produced during
last aeaaon, and which have seen the
light cf the ctsge this season, the
public has made them the vogue.
Among the conspicuous productions
in this class that have come f jrward
this year may be mentioned "The
&?yal SecraV' which will be present
ed ty Wilton Lacks ye and his t xeel-
icat company at the Burtis tomorrow
evening. It is described as a roniao-
tie comedy drama, the scenes cf
which depict many of tho exciting
isridents in the reign of Louis XIV,
ol France. The prominent character
in this production is Mondory, r.n
ac tor, and the part will be lmper.
toeated by Mr. Lackiye. The
authors have not aimed to fol'.ow his
lory in the drawing of the characters
in the plav. or in the incidents pro
duced. They have used as a founda
tion for the" story that period in
French hi.tory wbieh was redoubt
able for infamy and intrieno. Messrs.
KMnau and i'rince have endeavorel
to wtUe a play to suit the versatility
of Mr. Lnckaj. and in this they are
se.id to have bton fncectsful. " The
story wiil be found of intense inter
est, and the love displayed by Mun
d.ity for his leading actress is but
na of the many Incidents of import
ance Strorg sitaatiuns and dm
mttie clioiex'sa arone apnlaae and
ho:d the attention closely.' The p!y
i ssid to be Landsorreiy costumed
and fccn!cally picture que. The
ccmpiny wilt bring with It all of the
scenery for tho prelection.
TO SING FOR CHARITY.
K smaatle Opaiw, "Pawhttw," to b
dauad by Lacrl TJti
The rehearsals cf "Powhatan,"
tl.e rocian'.io IaJinn opeia, sion to
be produced by luci talent oodbr the
aurp!cs of the Aasosiated Clii.rities.
are progicsfcltig fiao'y. Tlie cast cf
character.! is as follows:
rbuii. King or Virginia.... John Stert
:a.l. Jobn Sm.b W. u. ncluUre
Kuvetx in scrcu of adrcnlnre.
I'oealoaiaH Mm. T. H. RtMy
Laai;bliik-Mar Mr Tbumul'twy
Swn l!ird ms.; Jt-,!? Wood.n
A iwtut I-di n stager.
rantaer , TimCjl'.iM
Medicine Ma..( J M. Collliraii
Heap b' chier.
t-ient Nelin Keltti Co llns
Lieut. Sttitl llanu.ua Vvcleh
The rehear sala take place in the
Masonic Ttirplo building. The opera
will be st.'.d an I c s'.umed in a
tl-si class manner by V,'. A. linker.
of Chicago, who is well and faora-
o.v knovn as a euecssfui director
of comic opera, all over the ooantry.
in the toil .i act are soma beautiful
dive tis nents in honor of the mar
riage cf Pocahontas which will b.-iug
n a large number of little folkj
Tii ) little pippooscB aro unier tho
directieu ot Miss Wolttnann.
aad there are a tcore ,f them frcm 4
years np to 7. Another cfpee'al fea
ture Is tho beautiful dance ca led "La
Cicala." petformed by 20 little girls
ana UKsacj. ,1 hey are coapnrofced by
Mrs. Sweeney. Tho exquisite "(lar
laud Dur.co" by nix of the yoncg
aiios. chip-fronjd by Mr. It. M
iVarce, wih b- aa attractive feature.
The wb.ila compact including a ronr-
aificnt chorus, numbers about 100.
Bap rlrn' q vBitllar.
Tbe prcsptcls are for a large at
tendance at next weeks' st'Ue
convention of supervisors. r,nl
roubty UJDlUltSSiOnt'TS WLicn is
to be held in Kock Island,
County Cl rK K h!er has ihenamus
already of 2i0 delegates who wiil be
In attendance, as leprestntatives
from the following counties:
Adams, Load, Carroll. Cass, Cham
paign, CUrk. Cles, Ccok, Crawf rd.
Do Ka'.b. 1) Witt. Dmelas v Da Psh.
Fayett". Fcrd. rranklin. Fulton. Gal
latin. (reen, Urandy. Uroen, Grun
dy. Hancock, Hardin. Henderson,
Henry, Irnqnois Jacksm, Jersey.. Jo
Djvies. Kane, Kinkakee, Kendall,
Knox. Lake, La Salle, Leo, Lngan,
Maoon, Mailaon, Marios. Marshall.
Maon. MeDoPongh. Mo Henry, Mc
Lean, mercer, Aionrco, Montgomery,
tVle. Pioria. Sangamon, Shelby.
Schuyler. Stark. St. Clair, Stephen
son, injwc.i. vermiiaoo. Warren,
Wayne, Whiteside, Winnebago,
Batklra't Arnlea Halve.
The best wive in tho world for
CTfts, brulcs, sores, ulcers, salt
rhoiim. fever sores, tetter, chapped
bands chilblains, corns and a!l ekio
eruptions, and positively cures piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran
teed to rive perfect sa'lrfaction or
omnry refunded. Pric 2o cents por
oox. ror sa.e by llattz ft Ullo
meyer. ' Snre Sua.
"Darbrr'swifeis rather the boss of
tho outfit, isn't Ate':"
. "I would not like to ray so positivg-
tui 1 ao know that rhev have onlv
BfK "d ono is a
Lco1' n, . a "
O Jit tlwuKKf
I eaay enough, if yon take Dr. Bell's
rt . m .
r'er-iar-Moct-v. tl cuts tbe mucus
and allajs the icflacmation so that
tm-r is no irc.;r,.i'ja to cough. It
soothes the bronchials and is
Scratch, acratch. scratch; enable
to attecd lota ire s dating the day
prtuepat n gt. nchm pile
Lornb.e p sua Djao'a Umtrnent
cures Niv.r fii. At aiydru
scrc. ao:a dt :drar.ii & Kttcr.
MARSQN AND HIS SCHEMfc
Mnabbarcl Vawary ranpi Takea la aa b
A number of people in this vicin
ity mourn tbe departure t f F. A.
Marion, a smooth individual claim
ing to represent an eastern publish
ing houee. He blew Into Davenport !
about a month ago, went to board at
tbe Kimball house, epened up an
office, and advertised in the newspa
pers that he was ready fax basiness.
ile sought the services ot men look
ing tor employment, promising them
good pay. There were numerous
answers to his ads. He required a
cath deposit cf from $5 to $10 from
each one he employed. These were
designated as special agents, who
were to receive f 15 per week and ex
penses, salary to begin after each
had appointed S3 canvassers. The
articles to be placed on the market
were to be sold on the Installment
Last week Marson decamped, leav
ing behind a number of unpaid bills
Yesterday he waa nipped in Cordova,
and taken before Justice Zimmer
man, charged with flimflsmming a
resident of that village, who had fal
len a victim to his scheme. Marson
ctt'.lcd with the complainant, and
ho was let go his way. TnE Auoi s
recently referred to Maroon nod bis
scheme, and gave a gentlo warn
ing to those who cop tern Dla tod set
ting in ou it. Marson hns been ar
rested a number cf times before, but
be was always lucky in getting out if
his diflirjitics wi'h unusual ease.
Marson is a geed singer, and has as
sisted in many places in evangelistic
meittioge. It is understood bet has
a wifu and several children in Bel-
most, N. Y , wbcm he diverted last
TLe folloajlrtT nfHcnrs wrrn plnerAit
by Evert oomraaridcry No. 18.
V.I.V..T..i.. i.-. .
K C Henry Cnrse.
Gonerali8sinlo W. T. Ch .nnoi.
Csn'ain Gaccral II. U Cinavc
Prelate J F. Kobinson.
S W L, F. Cralle.
J. W P. Grcenawhlt.
Treasurer W. T. Mtg 11.
llijordor-lt. C. Willertou.
Ut B. E P. Pinneo.
S. B William Don.
Ward C. II. Lippincott.
Sentinel George Foster.
Mem her Hoard of Conttol H. C.
Cleveland (2 ytaw).
Trustees Hnnry Cnrse, W. T.
C'aanncn. II H. Cleavelacd, M. M.
Uri'g", L. r . Crali.
Uii kindest Ktrte.
Tbo fond moilier of three children
vras ollicd tc reniciistiato with lur
oldest li.y because, iu tho cbilrlv.-n's
panu'3 ho would always tako tho laid
and assign subcrdiiu-.to poiti.ius to liw
lirtlo lirctht r aud si; !vr. The buy prom
ised not to be sidiish irt the future. A
few days later tho ninHur, har.poniug
to bo into tlift nnrrry, saw tiio two
yomifer childnu ciiKajfl i.n amalrnr
tlieatruals. The eld.-r hoy str.fKl aside
with amis folded, moodily watt-hiiifi
lliem. "Wo arc TilsritiK Adam end
Eve." said the vo.Htisstcr. Jhc mother
was much gratified, as hiiiiiioscd
that in this instance nt least the Loy
Lad allowed his I rotlicr the iirii:cip:.l
role. She turned to tho siieut ligure iu
tho cwnrr. ab(,ut to praise him. "Who
aro your" t-lic uektd. "(Jul," was the
aussvtr. New York Commercial.
"I always like to have at least one
bcarder ho is a littlo slow about pay
ing," Sirs. HaMicrpft ndniitted to her
diMrest friend. "A man of that kiud.
especially a youus? mail, is always so
nauay to use Tip all tho chicken necks,
the cold biscuits and soou." India
The Sultan and Our 9Ilaalooriea.
Tte Foito hit uematdfd t'la Kcill of two
American m'SBlomrles from the provlncj o'
Aleppo, oo the trettrxt that their ml'alon for dia
t'ibttim of relief fa likely to cbubj diftarbarce .
"Ihc '.c man of Knropo," as ho M iler'lvc'jr
termed, ia as narccs nable h a rolltical tmiith
tafeesli. As a lr:?ht contract to bia oVtlnvy
and rtapMItr, thj peoMa of Aoicrlet are a'knoal
e.lKin far and wlrle the hcn'fieetieaof thesais-
a on -f Hterter's SJomteh Blttc a, DameW, to
rell va and prevent malaria, 'hcnTntim and kid
ney complaint, r.hronic dypepelv, coct patl' n
a-id liver trouble. The nervous, the wak and
the i .Drm d.rivc u,-.i,r.kul bcatC'. from Us
ssa, d It t.rcu!ljr ai'.iifitci thofc Infirm lies
s;ecial incldctt to alvtcing year. Seep,
apitit and a en-a..loi ol eua.fort tli-nnchont
fie tyiU m ens er pin its cae, which ahojld be
ref ilar anrt pcnlttrat. An early rci on to t la
Soe preTcntireis loilcal.y tnge a ed to tboaa h
seek ita aid.
I". If J "a Honey aad Tar
CcUL'h SvruD wherever intrndnmd
considertd the most pleasant and
effective remedy for ell throat and
lnag complaints. It is the only
promiacnt congh' medicine that con
taias no opietB and that can safely
be given to children. For salo by T.
Tbo little folks love Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Sjrup. Pleasant to
take; rerfectly harmle; positive
cjre for ciusrhs, colds,, bronchitis
a&thma. Sold by Marshall & Fisher.
T9. Any RcIIaLlo rrarr.
nr rt. cj aww r ait te era.t c ti4i, MtvX ansj
m iCHt : 'ijyf i', hj r:a t rcajf' vbiw7
vufi In tut trca?.tMitnt LD-n e.isi, lir.ka, !.-c-.iiac;--!
I"ti t-Jf-i of tcfpje, worry, urrr
vk. ! ?it' ni-n ! rA rra?rc4. eothptVre resw
traitasjaor Qvei'iretiit mil noxf ouaflitiorm.
T t ol tr.;) ,S-r t limitsNl. Va r. u. la.
DC"uj: ftt rle-rwSt.D! ni Ctranss. Artr1-a.a
! EfiiEHEDiCAl CO.Vi'r:;
Direct Horn 8
China and Japan Mattings.
All the new novoltiee for 1893. We invite yon all to call
and look them over, whether you wish to buy or not.
These Mattings go on Sale for 10 Days
At extremely low prices, as they were purchased before the
new duty was put on them. These are exclusive patterns
to us and we cannot duplicate any of them this coming
I W. S. HOLBROOK
(, 1(7 E. Scoond Street,
WANTED A OlSt- P.1R GENERAL
bouse w or at n)8 SeooceT avenue.
vrANTrr-A enMPrrrEN-e cikl fo
VV general housework. Annl an) Six
ItrANTTO HOir.DERS: DESIRARLE
VV roera. centmliv loonted. with Brst
class board. Enquire at SSJl k'if th avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general nouwvork: reference, re
quired. Inquire of Mrs. Sumucl Edwards, 015
UT" ANTED GOODS TO STORK IN CHEAP,
elenn and IVht etrata roffln, with cle
ralor at IKS Seeond avenue. Johnnv Jonas
WANTEO-HNEROETIC nUSINK!S MAN
lo handle our buiiiitms: meet merchants
and mniiufncturers: nermarent UuKUon. Me-
UreKor, It "JO Cat ton Uuuding, Chitatro.
yANTEP-IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
VV Ktea1v and uleaaant emnlovment at
hem? for one year ai S50 per month, and can
cive pood rere-ences. send voiir name and ad
it re -s Kith htan.p to A. I Smith & Co., Kim
ball House, Davenport, Iowa.
VANTKD-TO LOAN W.ONtir ON DIA
V V nionda, watohtn. Jeweiry, hardware,
T.utlcal inatrnmoota, bleyolea. olothtnc. Art
oioda, furniture, eto. Uirrfccnt eaau pnoea
; d for acoocd band gooda of ail kind aUO.
tbe above good for sale at half the usual
ttore prices. All ba-ineaa traiaetiomi atrtet'y
)or,SJeni!iL li:s new nuraunr and looation,
l21 Second Avenun TVtn'l forfatlt. I. W.
lone. Two rin,-a on 1347.
FDS KEN'T-A MODERN KESIOENCE IN
go d eondit i"n nt 110, t'our.U avenue,
apply t Ilecry Kioocr,
li"OB RFNT-UFSIDENCE AT Ml TWEN
X.' tieih street. Apply a- Hlaek Iluwk
Uullding & Loan association, Ucngston tlosk.
iroit s a lie a men cr.tss rrstaur-
JL' ant and lunch room with big trade; the
only one in tho el'.y open day acd nlnht. ad
dresa "P.," Aiiors.
FORSAU-CO.L IN ANY QUANTITY
of N bus els r over at 2.S0 por ton, de
livered CO. L to ny parior tho eity. Ieave
ordora at Coon era l houe barber afcop, Uoek
IOCND-A BLACK MCFP. OWNER CAN
have same at llcatd-ley & lliiicy's liquor
J m am x
Om row Bom aa Uom a tMd.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell A Lynde b'ng.
Kafua aad Xlitt Uaug.
CO, Cirnlud. Ohil
Vo aak bf a. J. Ram, dnuirlat. Rock laltae
a? m' a-4eSF
i i. ' tt" L3tx"'J r-aweriae.t-eraaa.ia.alaata.
w a, a
in All Ages of Iob Worli
Good Wine has boen regarded as a po-
wuuacioria rera1 n i ng and preservlr g
good health. Dj VOU know whasa tn
get the best? Tho Em-El Family
"HUIJl rt.iuso, iut xwra avenue,
has gained a standing In thks com-
Itllinll 1. T . 1 , . . .
""'v "dug iuq oniy wnoiosaie
house havinir a lernl HirhttnMt.ii
their wines and whikies in any
ununiy .o -uu your ueefls. Thoir
position as wholesalo and retail deal
ers affords you tho security not found
ele-wheie of obtaining tho purest
wines and whiskies at one-half the
prices prevailing elsewhere. In
health they are a iov. In illnaaa In.
dlepensiblo. Our rpeoial stook and
Oall onila winoa-Port, fehcrrv. Anpallca, Mas
and ( I'MTln, 5 years old, $ 60prealloo.
teas quantities at proportionate prices,
Ifnnortf.1 Ku-a.. .' -- , n a .
- . ., i .PTiajrai iww rn- lira
vnernca, MuhCttcl, Uaderia and Malaaa. I4.W
Whf.kiAa . . . . .
r ...... 9,Kiiraii.t-ru pare ann as renraseaiea-B
renroge, 5 i- ait, fs.r,o per rttllrn, file aquan;
Oriental, special. f:i per pallon. TTie a quart;
.inv,ii, ro ivp-rKni:oo,i aquan:
aVaart' ,e4r" oi'i' 5W "Uon 1Je
Fine Rrauly for Mlnca Heat, $i50 per ga'lOB,
x a qaart
Open cven'nga nntil 10 o'clock.
Telephone 2 oo-lJOL
Fam lly Liquor Store, 1706 Third attune.
Wcltmann the leweler
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry, to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Woitmaa, the Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed'
1809 THIRD A VENDS
are the most-fats! cf all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
3 GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains reinsSies reccgnized
V " 'WasiaKUfr FrIJTM;ifin-f
as the best for lOdnsy and
Prfc goc. ts4 teun.
-' ' ' - - -
Ml aaw n ia va.
Sabaoribe for Tea Aivaca.