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Mr • Bkort Tim. RtnalM la WUeb to O.t Th.m IfM. The demand for the handsome game plaques which have been given away to purchasers of Elastic Starch this season has surpassed all expectations has kept the manufacturers, J. C. HuMnger Bros. Co., busier than at any time in the history of their business. Their offer to give these handsome plaques away to their customers will remain open only a short time longer, and those who have not already availed themselves of this opportunity should do so at once. Not for years has any thing as handsome in this line been seen. The subjects represented by these plaques are American wild ducks. American pheasants. American quail and English snipe. They are hand some paintings and are especially de signed for hanging on dining room walls, though their richness and beau ty entitles them to a place In the par lor of any home. Only until October 10 do Messrs. J. C. Hublnger Bros. Co. propose lo dis tribute these plaques free to their cus tomers. Every purchaser of three ten cent packages of Elastic Starch, flat iron brand, manufactured by J. C. Hu blnger Bros. Co., is entitled to receive one of t-heae handsome plaques free from their grocer. Old and new cus tomers alike are entitled to the bene fits of this offer. These plaques will not he sent through the mail, the only way to obtain them being from your grocer. Every grocery store in the country has Elastic Starch for sale. It is the oldest and best laundry starch on the market and Is the most perfect cold process starch ever invented. It is the only starch made by men who thoroughly understand the laundry business, and the only starch that will not Injure the finest fabric. It has been the standard for a quarter of a century, and as an evidence of how good It is twenty-two million pack ages were sold last year. Ask your dealer to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. Bear In mind that this offer holds good a short time only and should be taken advantage of without delay. A Hull Mexican Habit. The evil of marihuana smoking appears to increase' rather than diminish among the lower classes, bui the most alarming feature in connection with this course Is the growing use of the maddening weed by the young. An illustration of this was given yesterday afterpoon in the <'ulle do las Haunts, where a young boy not much over twelve years of ugc. who had been ••razed by smoking marihuana, was Tun ing wildly down tin- center of the thor oughfare. tearing his clothes and attack ing all who crossed his path—Mexican Herald. Chats With Mothers. BOOK FREE FOR ASKING. It is n storehouse of information, telling mother in simple language how to be her own fam ily doctor and now she will succeed in treating every kind of throat trouble like Croup, Measles, Scarlet Fever. Diphtheria. Quinsy, Coughs, Colds and ail sore throats. It also tells now to cure Catarrh of the Stomach, usually called Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, etc. Write to Muco-Bolveut Co., Chicago, 111. Admiral Schley will be restored to his old position as chairman of the Light house Board after enjoying a leave of ab sence. He Is said to prefer this to sea duty. CBMTBAL SAVINGS BANK. Comer 16th and Arapahoe Sts., Denver. Colorado. AneuJkD' 1. *97 6U3.0T7.59: uwU Jen. 1. '«*, 678.73. Largest per cent, or growth of any Bank in Denver. You can bank safely by mall. Interest at 6 per cent, on savings deposits of 15.00 toI&.000. Send your signature with check, draft or money order and start an account. '*l never dare make fun of golf.” “Why not?" “Too many people remember that I used to play croquet. Ne-Vo-Bae for Fifty Grata. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak mes i Mods, blood pure. bOo. 61. All druggists “They aay a man has ISO ways of wearing a hat.” "Yes—all bad.” Have you Been sick / V Perhaps you have had the ■ grippe or a hard cold. Ton I may be recovering from ■ malaria or a alow fever; or ■ possibly some of the chil ■ dren are just getting over I the measles or whooping I cough. I Are you recovering as frat I as you should? Has not H your old trouble left your I blood full of impurities? I And isn’t this the reason I you keep so poorly? Don’t I delay recovery longer but ■ ff"lt wllbWttoT. .11 Import-" ■ He* from your blood. It It B alio a tonic of Immonae ■ valuo. Giro nature a lltda I help at tfcla time. Aid har ■ , hy mooring all tbt produeta i of dlaaaaa from your blood. It your hovels are not Just right, Ayer's Pills will nuke thorn so. Send ter car hook on Diet In CoaoS- j 1 v nfW ssiwwin a front* s*vw» , aCfc Pi. J. C-ATMOj; DOINGS AT DENVER. PREPARING FOR THE CARNIVAL. The Big Crowds Will Be Welcomed — Chaplain McIntyre’s Trial—Mr. Moody’* Coming—Schools Overcrowded. Denver, Kept. 27.—There ore many subjects of interest which ut present divide the attention of the people of Denver. First and foremost stands the Carnival, as the Festival of Mountain and Plain is usually referred to. It lias become a regular Denver institution, and is looked forward to with greut interest. It is welcomed not only on account of the entertainment of the Carnival Itself, but for the sake of the hip crowds that come outside the i-ity. The visitors swarm the streets. .111 the stores, recreate in the parks and have a pood time generally, which is pleasant to behold. The blp crowds expected next week will be well re paid for their journey to the city, for the Carnival will be carried out on as elaborate scale as in former years. All the seats in the immense grand stand, erected at the corner of Colfax and Broadway have been sold, and another is to be put up to supply the demand. The management has arranged to have a continuous performance in front of the grand stand, so that there will lie no tiresome waits for the parados. The war has furnished a groat many subjects for floats in the big parades this year, and many new features arc expected. The illuminations for this year will he more elaborate than heretofore. Not only will Sixteenth street be turned into day by thousands of electric lamps, but other streets will be beau tifully lighted. The puving of Colfax avenue from Broadway to me City park is now completed, and gives a beautiful drive over the hill past the capitol to tin park, where many of the features of carnival week are to be seen. People from out of town who have bicycles will do well to bring them along, so that they may be more independent of the street cars, which will have all the traffic that they can handle. The trial of Chaplain McIntyre is attracting a great deal of attention, owing to the unfortunate features of the ease. Chaplain McIntyre, who is a brother of Rev. I)r. McIntyre, tin former popular pastor of Trinity church of Denver, finds himself In ills present unpleasant predicament ns the indirect result of trying to help the V. M. C. A. of this city. He consented to give his now famous lecture after ur gent solicitation and received no re muneration for it. That he east indis creet and uncharitable reflections upon Admiral Sampson and Captain Evans there can be no doubt, in view of the statements of those who heard him. His ill health and natural pride in the splendid achievements of the Oregon are hardly adequate excuses for sucli expressions on the part of a minister and a naval officer. Preparations are being made for the coming in October of Mr. ‘Moody. A large chorus choir is being trained to assist in the sendees, and the Chris tian people oi the city look fonvard to the two weeks’ revival. That Den ver needs a moral awakening there can be no doubt. While it Is perhaps no worse than It has been, there is room for great improvement. A demonstration out of the ordin ary occurred last. Saturday, when 0,000 Sunday school children paraded through the streets, with music and banners, and were reviewed at the park by the local officials. It was a beautiful and suggestive spectacle. The relation between Sunday schools and bogus butter may not at first be apparent, but a little reflection may suggest the idea that the men who arc now under arrest for swindling the people into buying oleomargarine would not he in trouble if they had attended Sunday school faithfully in their youth. Dairy Commissioner Can non finds that large amounts of “bull butter” are shipped in and sold as pure butter. If any one wants to buy and eat oleomargarine he has a right to do so, but It is an outrage to have the stuff sold as pure butter. It is to be hoped that Mr. Cannon will succeed in checking the traffic that has grown to great proportions during the past few years. Despite the fact that Denver has many tine school buildings, they are insufficient to accommodate all the children who wish to attend. On the West Side there are over 800 who are only given at half day’s schooling, as it is necessary to have two sets of pupils divide the day by the "alternating” system. The same condition prevails In East Denver, though the buildings are being enlarged or increased in number. The school board of the West Side at its last meeting refused to add a teacher of gymnastics to the regular teaching corps on the ground that the children already had enough to occupy their time. The hall of the West Side High school is to have hung in it, in a huge frame, the portrait of every boy who ever attended a West Side school, and who afterward entered the military service of the United States in the war with Spain. Colombia Won’t Pay. Kingston, Jamaica, Sept. 20.—Ad vices from Cartagena, Columbia, state that the Columbian government has finally decided to decline to pay the Cerruti claim on the ground that the republic is* now able to produce am ple evidence of Cerruti’s complicity in the political troubles that occurred In the country in 1870 and 1885. The government, according to the ad vices received, has directed the presi dent to urge Italy to agree to resubmit the case to arbitration, and In event of failure in this will attempt to oppose force with force to the hint extreme. Plot* In Spain. Madrid, 8ept. 26.—The Polavicja clique is conspiring against Sagasta. while Sllvela is plotting against Sa gasta, Polavieja and Robledo. General Weyler Is against Polavieja, Sagasta and the dynasty. Even the Jesuits are in favor of Polavieja and his policy. Weyler promises to overturn the mon archy and establish a republic, bat a majority of the Republicans refuse to aid the general, whose despotic ways and Incapacity is too well known. He counts on the support of former partisans and on some ambitious mili tary Issders, The Reason Why The Union Pacific Is doing nearly all ths business from Colorado to tho Omaha Ex position Is because they have the kind of accommodations and tho trains that the people want. Ticket office. Ml Seventeenth street. _ MANY FEMALE ILLS RESULT FEOMNEGLECT. Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks May Produco Displacements That Threaten Women’s Hoalth. r Apparently trifling incidents in m , women's daily life frequently pro- I TvCX. ducedisplaeemcntsof the womb. A u \ MBk sliponthestairs.liftingduringmcn struution, standing nt a counter, VI V; \ running a sewing machine, or at- r/f|K j| Vi O £ tending to the most ordinary tasks, kl TtS'.i!', (\ may result in displacement, and * a train of serious evils is started. y The first indication of such 1 trouble should be the signal for -kflF 7 " UillDiJUuU quick action. Don't let the condi- j tion become chronic through neg- I | lcet or mistuken idea that you j exercise or \ million women have regained health by the use of Lydia WJ . \^|Mb||||| E. I’inkliam's Vegetable Compound. J \ If t lies': .di tost trouble appears which vou \ iHV do not understand, write to Mrs. Pinkpam \ wWg at Lynn. Muss., for her advice, and a few \ yW timely words from her will show yon the right 1 \ tiling to do. Tills advice costs you nothing, but I % it may mean life or happiness or both. 1 \ Mrs. Mary Bennett, 314 Annie St.. Bay City, |i t % Mich., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: M 1 \ •*I can hardly find words with which to thank you J 1 \ for the good your remedies have done me. For nearly I 1 * A four years I suffered with weakness of thejgencrativc I 11 organs, continual backache, headache, si<l sache, and 1 ? all the pains that accompany female wt akness. A I | friend told my husband about your Veg< table Com- 1 pound and he brought me home two boti les. After ‘ taking these I felt much better, but tlio gbt that I would write to you in regard to my case, i nd you do not know how thankful I am to you for your advice and for the l; inefit 1 have received from the use of your medicine. I write this letter for the food of my suffering sisters.” The above letter from Mrs. Bennett is t .e history of many women who have j been restored to health by Lydia E. Pink! im's Vegetable Compound. Ask Mrs, PlnKtiam’s Advice—A Woman best Understands a Woman's Ills m that dry taste ft M in the mouth. ft lift Demember the name BH when you buy again. mB ••A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR- “ CAIN.” MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO Why don’t you use money=back tea? A Schilling 4, P*n,pa»y San Franctaco To Care Constipation Porever. Take Case a rets Candy Cathartic. 10c or SSa If C C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. “'There's no use trying to be funny with Kirby. ’ "Why not?” "He says iny stories haven't got any point.” Remember the Place When you come to Denver. Fifteenth and Curtis Sts. Corner Store. THE OREAT Alkire (Corner Store.) SHOE SALE (C.r.er Store.) wl|| proeress (Corn?r Store.) during Carnival (Corner Slore.) Week and until en (Corner Store Only.) tire stock Is sold. The finest footwear made In tho world— at the lowest prices ever known. 78c Gives you choice of Toadies' 63 und 63 Low ! Shoes; 3,000 pairs to choose from—made by j Laird. Schober &. Mitchell. Wright & Pe ters, Raker & Bowman, etc., etc. Men’s and Boys'. Misses* and Children’s Shoes ' In same proportion. Mail orders filled. DYSPEPSIA “For six years I was a victim of dys pepsia in its worst form. 1 could eat nothing hut milk toast, und at times my stomach would not retain and digest even that. Last March l began taking CASCAKETS and since then I have steadily improved, until 1 am as well as 1 ever was In my life." David H. Murphy. Newark. O. f CANDY M CATHARTIC fo&ccvM m TRADE MASH i Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do : Good. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe, 10c. 35c. 50c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ■lrrlln. Heard; Comp..7, Chicago, Montreal, law look. 311 WTO DAB Sold anti guaranteed by all drag* • 1 U-DAb gists u> CUKE Tobacco UabiL THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON EARTH I The J . 11. Montgomery Machinery to. Ulna outflit*ra. 1218 to 22 Curtis St. Uenver, Colo. . TK Jo»T Listen. Old reliable Common . Aj ffk Senre Steel Whtma. $1 J); Btaem HoieU /Aft «r*. »3U>: Hand Holsts, $26; Prospect* //lf\ or» Stump Mills »I'W, end not tea £ * ! II \ atjmp Mill., Sio B. stamp*. •**»! * V AT U \ Corn lah Roll.. 12i». Oi; // JH m Bleke Oruahera. I'JflO. Chilli.a •? £ U vk mi lie. 5-ton roller., Jl.OCD^ga Slf M Nk Concentration me- lTol.t.. Placer mine aanlp* menu Tremwej.. Cur*. Hki:*e an<l mlllo bntlt to ITT THE ORE. Ererj thing Uir.tola.a end up to data. ■Brake aflcii item, 90 a4for ulog. Provided w;th a patent AUTOMATIC SAFXTY BRAKE holding tho l<«d at any point. THIS l ». DAVIS IKON WORKS CO., Dtiuar, Colt. ®CURE YOURSELF I Uae Big Cl for unnatural liachargee, Inaammatinne, irritation* or ulceration! •f tnucoue incmbraiirK I’ainlra.. and not aatrin , gent or poieonoui. Mold by Dreiglata. nr eent in plain wrapper, i by eapreaa, prepaid, for 11-nr*. or 3 bottle., f 2.75. B Circular aent on rtqntat 5 Thompaen'a Eya Watar. WANTED—Cast 1 of bad health that R-I-l’-A-N S will not benefit. Send 5 cents U> Rlpan* Chemical Co., New York, for lo earn plea und 1.000 testimonial.. HDADCV NEW DISCOVERY; «■«. UKUrO T qulek relief mid curea wurat mh. Send for hook of testimonial, and lOtlnya' Wstmeut Free. Ur. H.H.oittsts’eao.NS. AUaaia. ua. PENSION ir niCKFOKI). Washington. D. C., they will receive qulok rejilles. 11. Mh N. 11. VoL. ■tall 30th Corps* Prosecuting Claims eince 1878. PENSIONS, PATENTS. CLAIMS. JOHN W. MORRIS, WASHINGTON,D C Late Prlactp.l Examiner V. 8. Pcnalon Bureau. 3 yra. In hut hut, lJiutjuUicatlaa cl anna, ally, aiucte B by nip. Tastes Good. Use BJ I> in time. Sold by drugslete. Cl , i'i-fr J, - M, Tgp wTn~U.-DENVER.-NO. 40.-1898 When Aaswcrint] Advertisements Kindly Mention This Taper. AUE INVm:I> TOMAKK THE DENVER DRY GOODS GO., Headquarters During Their Stay In the City. WITH DOUBLE THE SPACE AND DOUBLE THE STOCKS, you will find your visits to us doubly interesting and instructive. We ask those who must remain home to please send address on postal card for our new Fall Catalogue—to be Issued about Oct. Ist. "• «. owfcji. Manager Denver Directory. HARNESS. The best 630 dou hie Concord Har* nesß In Colorado for 618. With breeching. 620 : 625 double Hers. Ing. horn I for slngif' OißmMßini I buggy harness for V II 1 68.50. Do not bn AHUM (V deceived by worth lIHHHHII 11 less Imitations,but II /I order from II 1/ us and get tho [I I lowest wholesale II ' urlces. Catalogues free. All goods stamped. FRED MUEL LER. 1413 Larimer St.. Denver. Colorado. GOODS SENT FOR EXAMINATION. I AND AWNING CO. I I j wCUnjrJtxW HOOTEB'S PATENT oie SAUS I I 1040 Arapahoe Street | ' SEALS, RUBBERSTAMPSf'fx Work* A M'fg. Co.. 1513 l*»wrunoe St. I*o Box .tl 2ND Hand machinery, Mluing, Engines, Boil ers. etc Send tor prices. 8. S. Machinery Co.. 1520 Lnwrenee. warehouse oth & Market. OXFORD Cl a ho. Popular Pricea. ICAPPLKK A MORSK. INTER-OCEAN HOTEL SKBV“VSS |>onn plan. 60c. 75c and >1 pur day. Geo. N. Stein. Prop. S!SoL. electr[c¥otors&oynamos Tllt»’. 11. SMITH. 1724 Champa Itrewt. Denrer TDIIU If 0 TRUNKS, THUNKS. The A. K. InUNVVOI Meek Trunk A Bag tk>.. Denrer. Colo. The largest ami best lino of trunks In the stutehi lowest prices. Write foreatalogueand prices. BROWN PALACE HOTEL tiEVBS&i Kuropt'an and American plans, f 1.50 and 13 und up. wsnswSs: A. M. BEAM & CO. S, melted, chocked or bought. 1728 Lawrence Street- AMERICAN HOUSE 375 -SrifftS CITf. W. F. SPERRY. Proprietor. l>en»*r. Colo. FIDELITY SAVINCS iMKSSSTcSJTri $5,000,000. Pays 4 toti per ct. ou deposits. Send for rules rer Solid two cent stamp A for book on assay lug. THE MONTELIUS PIANO CO., 613-531 lfith St.,jl)envor. soil splendid pianos made by standard menu- (P QQ C MAHOGANY OB factureri for only &A 0 D OAK CASKS Warranted forsyears. write today. Ka»y payments DENVER VARIETY MACHINE SHOP. Thomas Crow, proprietor. Manufacturer of Im proved Steam Holsters. Shafting. Pulleys. Hanger*. Tools and General Machinery. Second-Hand Ma chinery of all kinds Bought. Sold and Kachanged. Machinery Repaired. Steam Engine t yllnders Re bored In their place. 1712 Blake Street, Denver. DRYGOODS BY MAIL The Great Mail Order House of the West The Joslin Dry Goods Go., DENVER, COLORADO. All orders filled same day. Bend for new Fall catalogue just out. MANUFACTURERS Silk Elastic Stockings Beat support for enlarged Teina and weak limbs. Send for measure blank. Bent quality. Low prices. Private room for fitting TRUBBKB and stockings. The J. Harbin Surgical k Dental Supply O. 1508 Curtis, Near St. James Hotel. E. E. BURLINQAriE’S ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory. Established In Colorado. 18SB. Sample* by mall or txpree* will receive prompt and careful attention. COLD AND SILVER BULLION Refined, Melted and Assayed or Purchased. Address 1780 and 1738 LawrenoeSt., Denver. Colo. XX THE XX CRANE COMMERCIAL CO., WHEAT FOR EXPORT SHIPMENT. 1 Write them, advising what t yon have to offer 202 Boston Building. DENVER. COLO.