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THE AHGUS, SATUltDAY, DECEMBKK li) 1891.
i ivm 4 V I VUUO I -
Woodyatt's Music House-
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. J Gov't Re port, Aug. 17, 18S9.
A Chicagoan Says the Strike
Chicago Wants to Show it the
BIO HOTELS TO KEEP OIEN HOUSE.
The tateMtin To He lmpwiwl n itli the
Slic of the Fntci'i'iti. So That Tliev
ill So the Jlliie of Vlu'le Sum
"liiini; in" Iit pom-merit f the
Trip I litil V Vltriim-y Krvirw of the
Wrk Alren.lv Hum on the Kvpiml t Ion
AVasiiinutov. Deo. 10. Major Ihitter-'
worth ami Diivctor Pii-k, of I lie Col 11 111-j
liian exposition, riilh-tl on the prrsich'iit j
yestenlay moriiini; ami briffly discussed
with him the proni-ess iK-iiiK made on the
Columbian e.)Hsitioii. Major Hutter
worth said tlint the 'World's fair had al
ready outcrown tla-ir wildest dreams. The
spaee reiiirttl for the fleet Heal exhibition
In the lMiilailelphiii exposition, he said,
could have iH-eii covered with a small ta
ble; in the Paris exposition an ordinary
sized room afforded xnrticient siinee, while
in the Cbieat'o exposition, for the electrical
exhibit alone, more space would he re
quired than is occupied by the Capitol
t'onf-rcsa Invltoil to Chit-ngn.
A meeting of the Illinois conavssional
delegation was held in Senator C'nllom's I
committee room yesterday for the mirrtose t
oftaViiiK action on the invitation of the
citizens of Chicago to visit that city to ex
nmine the work of preparing for the
World's fair. The object of the visit is to
how congressmen tlie necessity of nint
inrj a hum of fci.ii,iniO to the Kwird of con
trol for the purpose of making: the fair a
success. Senator CiiHom preside! at the
mettimr. and among those who attended
were Seimt,r Palmer, Pepresetitatives
Pprinver, llitt. I'ost, Smith. Henderson,
Mcliann, Cable, and Ihirlmmw, of Illinois;
Secretary Dickinson, of the trovernment
Uianl of control; V. W. Pe'k. president of
theliH-al directory, and Hon. IViijiitnin
Uutterworth, solicitor k ni'RiI of the epo
nition. Hepres,-iitative McClellan, of Indi
ana, was nlso prvwnt.
How the Matesmen Responded.
Vhen the meeting had been called to
onler Secretary Dickinson sniil that an in
vitation had been prepareil mul was being
Sent to seiiators and representatives. He
bad called, he said, on nwiiiy f-inirresnn-n
and from their expressions t lu re seemed to
1 a disposition to ko. Senator Cullom
stated that he had seen nine senators, but
not one of them would give him a positive
promise to make the trip. Kcpresfiitat ive
Durburow said he had received assurances
that finite a number of cin.t;rvssmen would
KO if I hey could start this evening
nnd Ite buck in Washington Weilm-olay
in time for tlie ineeiint: of the house.
Text of Die I lit it t ion.
Secretary Dickinson read the invitation
sent to the omKrcssmen, as follows;
liehnlf of the cit iens of Chicago the s.-n.i-torsnnd
members from the state of Illi
nois cordially request the pleasure of your
company in a visit to the city of Chicago
to examine the work of preurinir for the
World's Columbian exposition. The pro
prietors of the Talnier house, the Grand
Pacilic, and the Auditorium invite you to
be their truest (complimentary) during
your visit.."' This invitation includes the
wives of senators and representatives. No
tice will be piven of the time of depart lire
of the special train from Washington and
of the time of leaving Chicago "on the re
l'ostponeil tlm Proposed Visit.
After discussion a committee was ap
pointed to use HM-sonal efforts to secure the
acceptance of cormressmen, and the meet
ing adjourned. The committee consists of
Durlmrow, Cable and Post. The Illinois
delegation held allot her nieetintf last niht,
with other memU-rs interested in the sut
ject, and decided to postpone the visit until
Home time iu next February.
Wot K. 1 lie lioi't li UlTuial fti:;;liHL: Is ready
for ext .'riir covet iiiK. The tiiNir of t he man
ufactures build io; is three-fourths done,
and it. this I'cKir and its fouixhttion li.mit..
100 feer of lumber has bci ti placed. The
elect ri it y b.iihlinir has risen from tl.e
ground to the second story line.' Machin
ery hall, aftei a Ioiik itst, has biwmu'd in
the pa t ten days. There are in place
l.AV,i I feet of liinWr, with l.(Xl,l)0( fc t
Inore o;i the Ki'oimd.
Over 4,OtHI Men Km ployed.
The brst post in tlie framework of the
dairy b iildiu.tr was set Friday. There are
iu plait in the huildinjr IvM.iaKI feet of luui
Iht. 'I' le forestry build ini is Ix intr rapid
ly imlo-ssi for the use ol" tin- model mak
ers. The buildi'itr is two-thirds completed.
There n -w now employed on the grounds iu
the con-I ruction work an avei au'c of 4.2ikl
men. This foive is const it 111 etl of 2,700 1a-
liorers .nui mt-chanics employed by the
contrae -or - - foremen, timekeepers
teamsters, .tc, for the contractors, and
iM em loes of the construction depart
ment of t ho exposition.
WATERWAY TO THE ATLANTIC.
Action of the lleepu uter Contention at
l'ftroit Hit; lo!i Proposed.
Dr.TKi IT, Dec. HI. At the second day's
session t f the deejiwater convention jester
lay a nx-morial to conirress was adopted
which c IN for legislation to construct a
twenty-toot channel through Jhe lakes and
ctmiuvti ik waters between t'bicao, Du
luth. Si perior and Buffalo; also for the
survey of a route with the same depth
through our own serritory lietween the
jrreat lakes and the Atlantic ocean, involv
ing; the i nprovement of the Hudson river,
so as to n f twenty feet of water from
Corakle to Troy; also for the establish
ment of a complete chain of litrhthouses
and other beacons all through the ivut
Will Go to Work on CoiiKresn.
Arrangements were nlsii made to brimi
pressure upon congress to secure this
work. A committee was npiMiint.il to
bri UK the act ion of this convention to the
attention of the national legislature by ol
tainim; bearing iiefore the projM-r com
mittees, tiie ptvsideut of the convention
1mm:ik nf uesteil to use his intluence to
have the hearings im- ur at the earlii-st
lnoim tit j nicticable. The convention also
approved of the move for a survey of a
ship cairn route between I -ike Krie and
the Ohio liver. Farwcll of Chicairo offered
a resolution askinc couuifss to formulate
a plan for the employment of nmvici lalmr
in the construction of a ship canal from
Lake Kri' to ljike Ontario; referred to
YOUNG BLAINE IN COURT.
PROGRESS ON THE FAIR BUILDINGS.
An Arm; of Men Himhing the Work
Some I'hcIh Iletaileii.
CmrAfio, Dec. 111. The 4,i'XH) men at
work on the exposition trmunds made
a big show ins; this week. They put more
than 2,.")mt,(H feet of IuiuIht into the
World's fair building's and raised some of
the structures ns if by manic. The hooks
showed yestenlay that More than 'JT.IXKJ.OHO
feet of IihiiIht had already liecn put in the
buildings and that 2,tmo tons of iron had
already entered into the construction. The
woman's buudintr is nearly completed, so
far as the exterior is concerned. Xinety
flve per cent of the staff covering ison, anil
what little remains to be put in phtce will
be added next week. The basement floors
of the galleries of fine art are finished,
and the walls are jroiutr, tip at the rate of
Vii.iXH) bricks n flay. Already :ion,lKKi.(HN)
bricks, ufc rni' cubic fts , of concrete and
tjmi.KKi feet of IuiiiIht have jrone into t his
Aerieiiltiirul and Transportation.
The imrictilrural buildint; has trrown f;mt
this week. The structure in its present
condition represents :i.(muh feet of lum
ber, and of the T.IKiO.KK) feet required to
complete it 5,.Vhi,hn feet r.re now on the
ground. More work has been iloneontlie
trunsportni ion buildiiiK fluriiiK the past
two weeks than in Ihe preceding four
months. In the past live days ;CiO work
men placed ai.l.tKKi pounds of iron iu gal
lery ti usses and ;20,ixit) fint of lumlMr iu
t hebuiklimf. There are now in the build
ing feet o lumln-r and KVi.tmrt
pounds of iron. When linished the buiid
inir will represent !l,2"i0.(HKI feet of lumlier
and l,ltli,lju(l jioumls of iron.
Work on Sim Other .structures.
The fisheries building ia up to the cor
nice line. The roof trusses ure Ihhiik
placed tin the aquaria and the west pavil
ion is finished to the floor line. The four
pavilions of the administration building
are np to the roof line and all are being
rauidW . cuvetffl "with urc.h'tectnral staff
A Lad) Itncss ;lves II I an I npalala
Ni Yo :k, Dec. V.i. .lames O. Maine.
Tr.. was in court yesterday during a trial
to decide 1 he custody of his child. Mrs.
0dcn Dorsums, Mis,, plnim 's last friend,
w as test if itiir, and gmwing excited ex
claimed: ' The iu in in :his case is a
scoundrel in-1 a ivwanl." As she spoke
she looked at lllaine. whom she did not
k;ov, how 'Vt-r. 'Ihinki i:; she addresstsl
him. he sail, with as much divnity as he
could coini iand:
'"Do you know whom you an- address
"I don't k now you, sir," replied the wit
ness. ' Well, I rm Mr. lilait.e."
AVonldn't Tnkf AliilMut Itack.
Mrs. Don in us tlusbed sliirht ly and t hen
conl inueil f uickly and with increasing em
phasis: 'I did not know you were Mr.
Maine when f spoke, but I rejient it now.
A man who would abandon not only his
wife but his inn. K ent child at the dictates
of his father ami "
'"Don't mmtioti my mother's name,"
burst in Mr Maine.
"Since yoi have mentioned her.'' calmly
continued Mrs. Doremus, T wiil add or
his mother, is a yioltroon and a scoundrel."
Mr. Wain had nothing handy to reply
and the pa-j-atre at arms came to an cud.
tine FmiiHy. from Father llown, A lisorhw
Another hy Marriage.
MhminuIIaM, Ala., D.s'. 19. For the
past ten ye irs two families, one nameil
Write and the fit her .lohnson. have lived
near each o.her in Mount county, Ala.,
about ten miles from Iilountsville. Mr.
and Mrs. Write had five daughters about,
grown, and Mr. and Mrs. .lohnson had
five sons who had atsained their majority.
The familit were iieighlmrly and inti
mate. Two years airo the two oldest
.lohnson boys married two of the Write
Willow ami Widower 1'nlte.
Shortly afterward, Jlr .Tohnson and Mr.
Write died at about the same time, post
poning temporarily the marriage of an
other of the Johnson boys and another
daughter of the Writes. A short while
HKo Mr. Johnson, Sr., marriiil Mrs. Writ!',
and one of the remuiuing Ikivs married the
yountrer Writ? girl. The marriage was a
double one. A few weeks atro the reniain
intt Johnson loy married the last Write
THE HOF E OF MRS. NORCROSS.
It IiTliat tlie Keporters Will Slav Away
from Her Son'i rnneritl.
IlnsToN, Dis . 1;!. The remains fif II. I,.
Norcross, the dynamitard. arriveil here
yesterday anil were deposited in the re
ceiving vault of Wnodlawn cemetery. To
a reporter Mrs Norcross said: "1 do not
think we will lave any funeral. No serv
ice will lie hell at the house and those
held at the grave will lie private. I hope
the new'spap" will not publish what
transpires at the grave. They have al
ready had all the sensational features of
the affair, and ( think we ought tube al
lowed to bury our Ihiv without having t'.ie
scenes at the giave chronicled for the ben
efit of the public. I do not- want anji re
porters there, snd I hope they will respect
my wish." .V rs. "XorcrfKs entertains a
fear that the r mains will lie stolen from
AEKED MEN GO TO WOEK AT PERTH.
Nome Comments on the Alleged liroken
Agreement Lively Time at the l.atiol
Federation Meeting (ioinpers He
elected President, But Without I'nan
imity Southern lclcgae Angry at
His t lew of thn "Color Line" Work
ing at Crested llutte.
Cnnwiso, Dec. !!. Advices to the lira
z:l HliHk Coal company from the ivgion of
the strike iri iudiaim lead the mcmliers of
the company to the conclusion that the
miners are weakening, and that work wiil
Is- resumed in most if not all of the mines
by Monday -next. As against the statement
of the strikers to the effect 1 hat a miner's
average earuiugsdo not exceed la month,
a member of the coal company claims that
the books of o;-rators show that the luiu
ers earn on an average sj-W-NI jht iay.
That Alleged Agreement.
The memlH-r jirocetsUsi: "The agree
ment which they now refuse to abide by is
their own. not ouiss. That is something
always to be lioiue iu mind, and it cannot
Is- rciH'ated too often as a matter of fair
play. Now they cry out airainst us and
call us pledire breakers, alihoutrh they
themselves have. Iieen the ones to violate
the com fact entered itito. flu the basis of
that a',-tveine!it, suggested, us I have said,
by the men themselves, we have made
heavy contracts for thousands of tons of
coal w ith our customers, and to lie able to
supply the coal mmired at our contract
uices we must in justice to ourselves re-
ise the men's demands."
Went to Work Armed.
l!.:.Ztl.. Ind., Dec. I'.i. About thirty
miners were t.ikeuoiit on the miners' tra:n
Friday morning to the Perth mines. F-ach
of the men carried a weajHin for use in
case he was assaulted by the Austrians in
that ncighliorhood, who are w ild with an
ger ami vow they will wreak vengeance on
the "blacklegirers,'' Crowds of angry
miners gat hcred around the mines which
commenced work Friday, but as yet no
serious conflict has occurred.
THE LABOR FEDERATION.
4oniers Ag:tin F.leeted President lie
Offends Ihe Smillirmels.
DlUMINollAM. Ala., IVc. 19. The prii
cipal business of interest at t he Cotifistera
tion of Iibor nii-etiiitf yestenlay was Ihe
ehstion of olliceisi. There was a lively
time. Delabar. Hurt and Samuel trom
ers wen- nominated for president. Dela
bar iis-eived l'Jo votes, Hurt Xi and Presi
dent toimiH-rs 1,:ts(i. President lioinlers
w as ihvlarei) re-elet ted. Delegate Hani, tig
wislusl to W ricoiUil airainst tiompcrs, so
the re-election was not unanimous. P.J.
Mcliuiiv. of Hoston, was ehttisl first vice
president, ami William A. Carney, if
Pittshur;;. secoinl vice president. Chris
Kvans was re-chftcd sectvtaiy niiani
moiisly, and John H. I.eman was ehsted
Opposd h oiithern llelegates.
Thi ie was a strom; opposition to Pii
ilent liolnpi rs, esks iallj among t he soot I -ern
delei-at ion. President liomiuisi mai'e
a brief i-pecch thankiiiir Ihe Federation lor
the honor and pledging himself .o
do his whole duty. Ihe southern
opiMisition had its origin in ti tr
Jmms' position on the "color line." At
the banii:et Thurstlay nitrht it had bu n
rcsoived to exclude t he i:e ;ro delegates, hi t
ii.ii.pi i-s' said that such ail ion won't!
prevent his attendance: the negroes wi te
not exclmleil, but not a iiewpa"cr rcjMirtt r
was iu-ei-nt. Duriiur yt-steitlav's sessitm
(iompers bad occasion to ti mark that
long as he was president of the federation,
no i.rg,iuiat ion ha vim; the color line in
its coi. si it ut i.in, could obtain a charter
Irotn the federal ion.
Other Unsiness Tratisactetl.
A rtMii' was made and concuiTed in
protest iug ng.iiust the pavment of a sub
sidy to the Pacilic Mail Steamship com
pany by the Cnited States nut il t he ctitn
pany shall have dischartred all aliens in its
employ. ,A sjMt ial committee reported ad
versely on the resolution pn-sciited by Del
egate l.loyd. of Hoston, which rect.iu
iiieudtti uuitetl political action. The v
poit was adopteil. A woman sutirage
Hiaeniluieiit tti the constitution was indorsed.
The Telegraphers uiitl Ihe Kntlwav.
t)MHA. Dec. lit. Superintendent of
Teletrraph McFnrl.ind. of the F. K. am! M.
V.. yesterday statctl. anciit the telegraph
troubles, that Division Superintendent
Kicker hail retpiesttsl three oM'r.Htots to
withdraw from the O. It. T.. bill had not
coupled a threat w it h t he retiuest . Hi-won hi
neither deny nor affirm the assertion tl;j:t
the North western had decided to conifsl
its telegraph operators to ivliii(iiisli their
Work f.oing on at resletl llutte.
Ci:i:sn;n Ht TTK. Colo., Dec. lit. An
Italian applied to the superintendent of
tlie mines to be reiust Hied yesterday at d
he was refused wit b the remark that the
company would never again employ
Italians. Thirty Austrians were put to
loading coke, making seventy men at
work. They are still guarded by theolii
cers, but it is thought the guanls will
soon lie rcniovftl.
YOUNG GiRL FATALLY BURNED.
The l.vpliiiltng on) Oil Lamp Is (letting
PlTTslsi lit;, Dec. Id. -tu-rtrmlf liankle,
the 17-year-ohl daughter of Charles D. Han
kie, of Knowille. a suburb of this city,
was bin ned to death 'I hursduy night by the
explosion of an oil lamp. Miss Cert rude
was sealed t-n l i r father's lap at the mo
ment, repairing his gloves. Without wain
ing the lnnii oil the table in front tif htr
evpl'ided. deluging the girl w itli the litiin
ing fluid. Mr. Kaiikh- was also painfully
burned, but naiiiigctl to extinguish the
Ihiuies that wetv fast coiis'iiiiiing hisilaugh
ter. The house caught lire anil was batlly
damaired. Mr. Hankie anil his daughter
were i. moved to a tit ighlsiring house, w hcie
at "J o'clock yestettlay morning the young
lady died in terrible agony. The father is
A Valparaiso ICeport lleuied.
VAl.l-AiiAlso, Dec. T.I. There is no truth
in the sensational reinirt st-ut from here re
garding a plan to burn' the American le
gal ion, whereby a pretext would 1e given
for a mob entering the building anil Help
ing the refugees. .The -story was started
by the adherents -of Ualinaoeda,. who also
have set afloat Vmmor that President
Montt w ould be killed on Dec 35, the date
of Lis inauguration. - . . '
- s ' . " 4 '. - '- '. ..."'''"
AVhy lioes this man stare so ? Ho
is simply listening to tlie marvelous
cures effected by Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery.
The following case illustrates :
" February Hth, tm
World's DtsrrNStnT Medical Associa
tion. Iiuffalo, Ji. V.:
Cen'Umrn -A remarkablo case bi occurred
!n our territory. J. N. llerry. a man about
thirty venrs of "aTe, was going down rapidly.
He tried physician alter physician, patent
medlcir.es, home n-eeip' in tact, everything.
He went to a note1 sanit.iriiiin acJ rturned
BO bettor. Wo all thought ho was dying with
consumption, and only a few weeks of life
were left, for him.
He commenced "Golden Medical Discov
ery," and at tbe same time commenced to
Biend. He has used about two dozen bottles,
a id ia still using it. He has gnineit in weight,
coior and strength, and is able to do light
work, it is just such a case an we should
have listened to rather suspioiousiy, but wbea
we see it we mut believe it.
It has trebled our sales of " Golden Medical
JOHN HACKETT & SON.
Druggists, Roanoke, Ind.
In all bronchial, throat and lung
affections, lingering coughs, epitting
of blood, weak lungs ami kindred
ailments, the " Discovery " effects
the most marvelous cures.
Harvey I'ickiou Kerelvea lnarla
in ih K-.ek Inland Varfls I'rtn
Whirh hf lU-FriKBtlol Fate r
J aha Bcrna la llavenpoit.
Harvey Pitkton, a switchmsn in the
C, R. I & P. jftida. and residing on
Harrison street, Davenport, was badly
hurt by being caught between a large
fruit car and a caboose in trying to make
a coupling about 4 o'clock this morning
Dr. Plumrner was called and found the
man in a precarious condition, acd he was
tsken to his hi me in Davenpor. He is
Suffering from, internal injuries, which
mv prove fatal.
Pickton died at Davenport half an hour
after being taken over there. There were
no njrK6 of violence on his body, bis ins
juries being entirely internal. He was
20 years of age.
A sickening scehient occurred at the
grain elevator of D. Rothschild & Co ,
Daverport, Friday morning, resultirg in
the Iocs of the ritht aim of John Burns,
an employe, atd possibly precipitating
his death. Bums was emplojfd at the
elevator as a grain hardier and shoveler.
A sleain winch is used there, in connec
tion with acahle. for the moving of cats
destini d to or frcm the elivator, and the
apparatus conuins a cog gearing. This
m-icbine wsg in motion, when in some
maoner. Bums allowed his tiht arm to
be caught in the cogs i,ud drawn in. His
arm was terribly wrenched acd crushed,
and almost torn loose at the shouk'er. It
isawotidtr that the ui fortunate man
was not drawn bodily Irto the cruel
wheels and crushed to dtath on the spot,
but this was averted.
Burns died ot his itjurirsal Mercy
hospital this morning.
Ttin I.oiIk . 37. A. '. A A .11.
The funeral of our late brother John
A. Boyer will occur at the First Bap in
church on Monday at 10 a. m. Tbe re
mains willtbence betaken to Cbippianock
cemetery aud interred with Masonic
Rock Island lodge No. 653 and visiting
brethren are invited to meet with us at
tbe temple at 9 a. tn, going from thence
to the church. By orfer f f W. M.
WiluamB Pkttit, S'C
The Qicauon Solved.
The question with most people, what
to buy tor a nice and useful Christmas
gilt is solved by getting a farcy parlor
chair, an elegant bookcase, a fine bed
room set, a choice parlor set, an easy
chair, rugs, lace and drapery curtains.
And the place to get them is at CIcmann
& Salzmants, where can be found the
largest and finest stock in the three cHes
at prices lower than at any other furni
State of Ohio, City of Toledo. (
Ltjcas Cocntt. 89
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co, doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay ihe sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot lie cured ty tbe
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before roe and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. u. , 1830.
A. W. Gleason.
seal y Notary Public.
CX. I'., J03U
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallv
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the s?stem. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tbe pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of S?rup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious tbe most
gratifying results follow its use. so that
it is tbe best family remedy known and
every family shru'd have a bottle.
"Success depends upon the liberal pat
ronage of printing offices." As tor.
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
Thi8 firm have the exclusive sale for th
Is county of the
WEBER, 8TUYVESANT, DECKEIi BROS., WHEEI npc
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS '
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE andFUl
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
1 fnlt It-. n M 1 -J: .1 - . ,
pB aiauiiu.wnfvi ruiaii vuriiai niinunituirc. c UBV f ir. Our f mj1 1 1 a f r' p- -
Terrific and Fatal Kx plosion.
Wn.KEMiAIiliE, Ta., Dec. 19. A terrific
explosion of gas occurred in the Port
Bowkley mine yesterday, whereby Bryun
CarTerty was killed and John Moimiiuu
aud Hugh Ferguson fatally injured.
by Lu Wallace, the niogt interesting and
most popular book of this generation,
can row be found at R.Crampton & Co's.
for 97 cents.
Do not confuse tbe Famous Blush of
Roses with the many worthhs paints,
nowdcrs, creams and bleaches which are
floodirR the market. Get Ihp genuine of
your drupgist, T. H. Thomas, 75 cents per
oome, anu I guarantee it will remove i
your pimpH s. Irecfelc-s, hiacfcbearis, moth,
tan and sunburn, and give vou a lovely
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wcill 'We could do without ye all. and he
conlenied ith your histories "hen ths
age bas provided Snlva ion U.l to cure
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possuss
Pozzoni's Complexion jxiwder gives it.
Ths Scott Medical Institute
which lias just closed its work
of free treatment has
been a success.so far as can le
proved by the numbers of
afflicted people who have
thronged the Institute daily,
many of whom found relief
after the first treatment. This
is a medical institute coming
to our city well recommended,
the physicians having received
their diplomas from the best
medical colleges in the United
States as well as in foreign
countries, and it has come to
stay as can be proved by the
contracts they have made
which are without exception by
the year. The physicians have
decided to place the price of
treatment within the reach of
the poor as well as the rich.
They treat all diseases with
marked success with their
Catarrh i Diseases of Women
These physicians also guar
antee to stop any pain in the
body in from three to five min
utes without the use of medi
cine. Remember it costs noth
ing to see these doctors and
find out what your troubles
are, and if you can be cured
they will take your case, but if
you can't, then they will tell
you so. No matter what your
sickness is, go and get relieved
or find out if you can be cured.
Catarrh, they guarantee to
cure no matter how longstand
ing. Those, pronounced in
curable or who had doctored
for months with their family
physician, are especially in
vited. It does not take months
to cure any case nor weeks
Office 623 Main Street, Dav
enport. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p. m.
Same hours Sunday.
Harpers Theatre, '
J- E. Montrose. :.., -,
Saturday Dec, 19th.
MISS GRACIE EM MET!
In UowarJ Y
The Pulse of Nbw Ygii
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The East River Tier Soer.e
The Famous Little Churcl.JArv -d
The Great Steam Ti'.e Vrw t:
Cooper Union Sth St. a:, i -i;:. .v
The Bowery Dive
The Great Elevated'Ra:;roati ?:
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The Great Fire Scene.
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The Great Leap'-
Burtis Opera 'House.
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Miss Lillian Lewis.
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known Fire Insurance Compsnict
Royal Intnrsnce Company, of ErcI?
Wechwter Fire Ins. t ompanv of - i
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. Ui'.aa.o. .
Rochester Uermsn In. Co.. K.ehf -e..
Citiiens 1ns. Co., of Pittsburgh. I
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Union Ins. Co., of i'aliforr:.
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Milwaukee Mechanics In'.Oi . ..-
German Fire Ins. Co..of Ko.-ia. I
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