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THE ABSUB, TUESDAY i AUGUST 18. 1GC3.
I t MKetVed m,
aJouaact and reaj
nnVo. T JT MT
Cj. J. II. feLEIR'S LIVER us KI"EY DUD.
I fsarhjitad to wy M. The result was entirely eaHsfackwy, as I began to Improve In mediately.
I used, at all, aire bottles, an J was able to go to work once Bore, and ever since have enjoyed the
best nf health. I would re Jneng Ins fhaa ay daty If I failed to give you these facts, so that
asanas Bay bear of the wooJertuI rowers of yoar Uver and Kidney Bala.
Yours truly, H. J. BRECHT.
OEDAR OROVfi, WIS.
Not IMC T nJTN
lut Tne I T V
Cupid In Quest of the Sum
when inquiring where be could
get an elcgaut suit mado for
him, .uch is worn by the ex
quisite .well at Newport or Bar
Harbor, was directed by one of
them to IIOITK'3, where no one
ever failed to get the most per.
feet fit, latest atyle, choice, sea
sonable goods, and a distingue
appearance at a reasonable price.
A WomaiVs Quest
Allrr (rnv-lin;ovcr1niiliuil wo.
olir fiml oltjtM-t ot her
rKUffll ait alORIC.
The story of thin well known In'Iv'a nnnl
f-ir health, thnt of thousands. Titer may
not have traveled fur or rjneii'lrd so
winch money, but have searched Jit as
earnestly. ThoanrM of women drinr an
nually from diseases rriill.-tr to the sex. show
" futile ia thenneat or ninnr. A brief n
tract from Mrs. Pratt's statement: "Twelve
trnn I ItlArrrtl till a
y woman ran and live.
- V lirath would h.ivrhcen
, '" . syr - a happy release. I wns
' -A-iSfc treated liv the best ape-
imininm v nnniiH, r.na;
unt relief. Had inflam
mation, olerrntion, ca
tarrh, retroversion onr
afrnjiil I nrlVill Hive
litnl MvrtlrTonic. Thrv
Ijti cored me prrmancntlr.
io a iijjn leu. iinrr
ruined 17 rNiund.M
NIKS .MAC' HA. PRATT
Interim?, Wash. A
full blry of the
khnw n m- nml mnn
miters, sent on nnolteution. The remedies
n.il. ere the prireft formtilna of n ohv.icinn
v. h gave his life tn the lncir of ri,rnra ol
wormh. Vi iM ulive i applied In the seat ol
li. .i r. M Title Tonic ta taken Intrmnllrto
I tnld tin the avatem. Acting in hnrmnnr,
lluv rare cities that nothing ele can reach,
t'rse $1. each. Hatnplr of both nnl a val
.il'le to. .iliac FVt.i:. of onr aamt. or t
. .;.lrrim;, VICTOR MI'.MCAL ASSO
I'l.vTluN, Vuutb lnl, luU.
Mm. M. J. Babokht, Agent,
ttM TitrtyawrsnU Rt Rocllalad
MADE ME A MAN
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for Ml (t) Rixk IUii'! by John BeocPtoa
aifMarsrlal 1'lall gsU,.. '
"Sfsrws) lliiycvwBsj ajesiliVIVa
Taiata of Ibnaiss 8. drcescd.
The andrrslgned having hee a afpninted adMlo
lMrat et the estate of Tsosaas . aiWa. late of
the rnanty of Kora lalamt, etaie of Dili o a, da
rerl. aarehygive notice Uist Ihry will appeal
before the roanly court of linrk island c.ian
ty. at the elites of the clerk of raid court, la
the rliy of Knk Island, at the tletoher tcim. oa
te Hot Monday in Uctoker, next, at hi:h t me
ail persona Lavtng claims scatrat aaud es
tate are aotiaed sad requeue to ait, du for ibe
purpnee of aavtng Dm same aaJaMaat.
A 11 paraans Indebted to said estate are reqaest
ed to avske lasawdiata pajrBvnt to lbs aadcr
Ignad. InUed this 1Mb. daynf Aoauet, A, D. iff.
ire the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedj
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
PrfcfJ 50C aI4 $l.wW
May sad. rna.
Or. J. H. McUaa Medicine Cou,
sr. tons, mo.
Jf GCKTLIiUl: About thrte yean age, while work-
fe., big at y traJa as tlacksaith. I was takes down
f' with Kidney Dlseaae. I suffered severely with pain
ta ay beck and general weakness, ana was coapeiied
to out work. I was treated by several different
doctors, who Bile! aw full of drugs and medicines,
but wlttiout benefit. I had begun to get discouraged
of a cast ta It that was similar to Bine, cured
Kaw Tork I'inanelaL
Kew Tonic. Aug. 17.
Money on call was firmer at 6 per cent.:
prima menantilo paper, S'0'r per cent.;
atorlinK exchange easier, wits artual bnsl-
Beat in bankers bill ini'S in;(4 for de
mand and V?l VU tor aizty days; posted
rates, 4lytlj.. aui 4-ilO; commercial
Hilver certiflratcs. fi7!r?ynaW: no salea: bar
silver. 7; Mesieau dollars, a.
Cnltcl Stale goTerumont bonds easy;
new a rviri.itorri. lU.?i: do. couuuns. UH:
il regiatorol, l'"4; do. coupons. 1H:
ii reu:itiTi-J. Iiii; ii. coupons, 1UG; z
regis terx-1. i; Pariflr (I's or '.. ISO.
Chicago Uralu and Prodnoe.
C'nicAoo, Aug. 17.
Following ware tho quotations on the
Board nf Tr.nl" today: Wheat Angnst, opened
&4r. i lmod .Yi-fcic: Ki'pterahcr, opened Mrc.
clomd 04!4r; Uccinlaii-. opened i?tic; closed
fcc. t'orn AnvuKt. nomiual. cloned Atc;
bwptember. oa"nl AH", closed 22gi-: May,
openeil HS4". rln.-c.l Iti-fcc.Oatn Angnst. nomi
nal. clonl liV. St-pti'inlier. ociiud lflc,
cloned lni": Mar, ora-ned llir, closed 194c.
Pork hrpt-iniK-r, openv I SOU; cloned fl :P:
Ocb.ber, omeI fil l . lon-l IJH.IS. Lard
August nomi:ial. cio.ul $-l.rj(i; September.
opened 1 :-'ta. rlmat J L.',).
Proliii-e Buttor: Extra creamery, 15c per
lb.; extra duiry. Me: fresh packing stuck,
iG.'Hr T.HK -Fre-!i stO"k. (It ler doz.
Poultry Tarkeya. M. Uk; por lb.; chickens.
hcn, (i7.". sjiriP" chickens !c: roos
ters, i.c: dnck. irecse. St.uia
d.tW. PotatiM' Early tiltiu, SSoUc per bu.
Honey- White clovr. 11" lie per lb.: broken
comb. Ifi'.Mfc: er.trarted, ii'ic. Apiles Kcd
stH:k, t:Ji per bid.; grain stock, k-5i
Chiengo Live Stock.
CHtc.tiio, Aug. 17.
I.lvo Sio-k I'ricui at tlm Union Stock
yards tialay range.) a follows: lloss E
tiuuttcd re-clpn for the dnr. 2H.IMI: sales
ranid-d at li.'J.W pig.s l.l ".f.3..i light.
Ii ;.VilS.W roith packing. tl.OI'tl.ltl mixed
and $i ilii.;iJ heavy packiutr aul shipping
Cattle fCstimatcit receipts for tho day,
15.IKO; qnotntious rangi-d at il.:)i.'.l.f.i choice
to extra shipping sTavrt. M.Jl.tl.H ifoml to
choice do., 3l.lOti.? fair to goo 1. flj.Vi(3.fi
coninion to miiliuin do.. J-l 5l'4.il btitchnrs'
steers. JJ..VIII.I.H stiM-ki-M. j. l.lli(i :i.M feeders.
HlOii.l' cow A, S3 1 1 .'i I Hi heifers, l.J.j,W.;
bulls, vxen and atans .Va.2i Texas steers.
Tb Loaal Maratata.
Hay Timothy, f7f2f; wild, $7.
Batter Fair to choica. lie! freah rmarrr.
Btea rreah, 10c
t-prlDg ehlcen-Ji SO a dozen,
Co et e.
Dnr ks ae,
o.l s. ft, inc.
efle Ba-cher. nas for com rcdataers KUr4
4rt cows and biifere, ta3Ssc; calves. Site
spriog Lamb-ft WZt 4 a head.
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THIS IS A CHARACTER
In Deacon s
Soon to be printed
As a Serial in This Paper
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The only safe, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
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married Ladies. Ask for
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irtc n.oo per bos, boxes for Sj6.ee.
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Subject of Discussion at a Dem
CLTJB8 CONSIDERED THE TEUHPS
la tba Bryaa aatd Sewall Game This rear.
aa Means Art No Abundant Soma
Prominent Republican tlolter Wanted
for Work Hryan's Trip to Red Hook
Ka Republican Ticket In tiewrgia Far
anal Call Issned for the Gold Uemoeratie
Wasiiixgtos. Aug. 18. Senator Jones.
chairman of the nntional Democratic com
mittee, had a long conference Yesterday
afternoon with Senator Faulkner, chair
man of the congressional committee; ex-
Congresamnn Bland, of Missouri, who
came here from Sew York; Senator Bacon,
of Georgia; RepresentnUve McMillin and
RppresentatiTe Richardson, of Tennessee;
Dun. McConville, chairman of the state
executive commltteo of Ohio, and Law
rence Gardiner, secretary of the congres
sional committee. They exchanged views
as to the plan of campaign, devoting most
of the time to the question of clnb organi
sation. As their means will be very lim
ited they say they expect to rely upon tho
Democratic clubs for much effective cam
paign work. They have reports of the or
ganization of a large number of Bryan
and Sewall clubs throughout the country.
Prominent Silver Republican Wanted.
A number of these, however, are com
posed entirely of Republicans, and on this
account the central organizations will
have to bo separate. Chaunccy F. Black,
of Pennsylvania, president of the Associa
tion of Democratic clubs, was telegraphed
for and Is exjaTCted today. In his hands
possibly will be placed the work of per
fecting the details, but the executive work
will be done by Representative McMillin,
who is now vicechairman of the executive
committee of clubs. Ho possibly will be
elected chairman in place of Postmaster
ticneral V ilKon, who is going abroad this
fall. An effort will be made, it is under
stood, to induce some very prominent sil
ver Republican, preferably Teller, to ac
cept the presidency of the Bryan and
tewnll Republican silver clubs.
donee Goes to Chicago Tomorrow.
Chairman Jones will go to Chicago on
Wednesday to arrange for tho location of
the main headquarters and get tho work
of the campaign under way. Bland will
propably accompany him. Jones did not
announce tho remaining three members
of tho campaign committee yesterday and
lie may not do so until he reaches Chicago.
BRYAN ARRIVES AT RED BOOK.
Incidents of His Trip by Rail and Water
Vp the Hudson.
Barrttown, X. Y., Aug. 18. Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan arrived here from Irvington
yesterday and were met here by Mr. and
Mrs. Penine, who drove them to their
home at R d Hook. The Bryan party left
Irvlugton shortly after B a. m. and at
Bryan's request there was no demonstra
tion. The party went by train to Yon-
kers and then went by boat to Pough
keepsic. The passengers on the bunt
cheered the party as they came across the
gang plank. hen Bryan reached Pough
kecpsie about 4UU people were at the dock
to greet him. They followed him np thj
street cheering and shouting for a speech.
ncn no reached the station the crowd
became so Insistent that Bryan finally
yielded to their wishes, and standing out
side tho station on a box made a speech,
siying: "I am np hero for a rest, and I
diil not expect to mnke a 6peech, but I
shall probably not see you again and I
shall take this opportunity to say a few
words to you. I am very glad to see you
all. From the tone nf tho New York op
position press ono would bo led to suppose
that there is no silver sentiment in this
state. I am glad to see here a refutation
of thnt fallacy, and to notice that even tho
great New York dailies cannot stifle the
wishes of tho people."
Tho Bryan party mado the trip by rail
from Poughkeepslc here without incident.
Bryan laughingly admitted that he had
broken his pledge not to speak while on
the trip, but added: "The crowd was al
most tearing our clothes off, and I had to
do it as a matter of self-protection." At
Stnrtsburg there were fifty or more peo
ple at the station, and the same thing hap
pened at each of the small stations. The
train conductor explained to Bryan thnt
the number represented about all the male
population of the place. A bride and
groom on the same car presented them
selves and received congratulations from
both Mr. and Mrs. Bryan.
An incident of the boat trip was the fact
thnt the steamboat peoplo had arranged
free transportation for tho Bryans and
dinner for the entire party, including the
newspaper men. Bryan was exceedingly
polite over the matter, but Insisted on
paying fare and for his own and his wife's
meals, which he did. Bryan said that
newspaper talk of a prepared southern
itinerary was without foundation. Such
a trip would be taken, bnt absolutely no
details have been arranged.
Last evening the people of three villages
gathered in front of the Pernne home and
the Red Hook brass hand serenaded Brvan
The J. Watts de Peyster gun squad also
paraded in uniform and Bryan made a
Watsoa and Tillman In Coancll.
Thomasos, Ga., Aug. 18. Senator B. R.
Tillman, of South Carolina, arrived here
at noon Sunday and was met at the sta
tion by Hon. Thomas E. Watson, the
Populist vice presidential nominee. The
senator went immediately to the atson
home, dined with the candidate and re
mained as his guest until midnight, w hen
he left on the Georgia train bound for At
lanta. During the afternoon Tillman and
Watson were privately closeted in Wat
son a study.
Republicans of Georgia.
Atlanta, Ang. 18. The Republican
State central committee met in the state
capitol with Colonel A. E. Buck, chair
man, presiding. Resolutions were adopted
leclaring It to be the sens; ot the commit
tee that no state ticket is to be put out
this year, leaving it to the Republicans of
the state to vote as they see ft on state
lsKii jt and providing for the issuing of an
sdiirvsi to the voters urging them to devote
their efforts toward the election of Xc-
Stewart Replies to Thurston.
WashiSotos, Aug. 18. Senator W. M.
Stewart has sent a letter in reply to that
of Senator Thurston published yesterday.
In it he asks Thurston to reconcile his
Kings" with a portion of Th irston's
Deeoh which he quotes. He says it Is. not
the duty of Bryan to ent .r into personal
controversy "with any hir.-ling newspaper
scribbler" who slanders or de'amcs him,
and that Thurston's disclaimer of the
charge "reflects either upon your verad'y
or vour knowledge of the law of libel."
and adds that "I shall not reiterate in !
kind and quote what venal newspapers or
even better men than yourself say of yoa." ,
r inauy necaui on x uurseuu 10 prove or
retract his charges.
GOLD DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Formal Call Issued for the Meeting at In.
dianapolis Sept. 8.
Chicago, Aug -The executive com
mittee of the gold standard Democratic
party in session here yesterday issued tho
formal call for the national convention at
Indianapolis, Sept. 2.
The call nays the Democratic party is
the only existing political organization
with a history extending back to the birth !
of the republic and that it has survivcdall ,
defeats and predictions of its death. It
has held fast to the principles of its
founders, from Jefferson to Cleveland, !
among which are enumerated opposition'
to paternal legislation, an honest stable
medium of cxehange.oppoRitlon to the idea '
that money can be supplied by legisla-1
Hon with that value It can only possess
through Its qualities, freedom of speech,
conscience, trade and contract and obedi
ence to duly constituted authority.
1 he delegntes to the Chicago convention
were authorized and had power to pro-
claim a nlatform embodvinsr their views
of the true solution of tho particular prob-1
lems of government now agitating the '
nation, but upon the condition that such I
platform should be consistent with cardi-1
nal princincls held by the nnrty throughout
its existence. It was, therefore, not within
the power of any majority of the delegates j
assembled at Chicago to bind Democrats of I
the Lntted states to a platform incon
sistent with the party's principles, or to
any action that should result in their
The trust reposed in that convention.
the call says, was violated and all Demo
crats are absolved from obligation to sup
port the C hicago programme. T.he duty
of Democrats is to stand steadfast for the
ancient faith, rally round thchisttiric ban
ner, reform the broken lino and restore
I he name Democrat to its former mean
'"To this end we request nil Democrats
who are opposed to the platform adopted !
and candidates nominated at Chicago to
organize in their several states and send
re-oroeiimuves 10 ine convention 01 ino
national Democratic party to ho held at
Indianapolis on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 18!."
Lost Their Interest In the Party.
Mii.wukek, Aug. 18. Senator Vilas
and Burr W. Jones, the attorneys who,
volunteered their services on behalf of the
Democracy of Wisconsin to conduct a.
suit in the supremo court for the purpose
of setting aside as unconstitutional tho
apportionment law passed by the legisla
ture, have notified Chairman Peck, of the
Democratic state central committee, that
they have decided to withdraw from the
case. The reason given for their retire
ment is that the action of the Democratic
party in championing the cause of free
silver has destroyed their interest in tho
advantage to the party to be gained by
the annulment of the act.
Chicago's Labor Congress.
CniCAGO, Aug. 18. The Chicago Labor
congress has officially undertaken an In
vestigation with reference to acts and re
cords of leaders connected with the gold
movement and their attitude toward or
ganized labor. Its avowed purpose la so
doing is to lay the records thus scanned
before the organized latmr of the country.
It has also appointed a committee to re
quest the heads of executive business es
tablishments to permit the congress to
send speakers to discuss the money ques
tion with employes at stated hours. It
adopted a resolution denouncing Henry
C. Payne, the Milwaukee street car mag
nate. The resolutions were productive of
Callers on Major McKlnlcy.
Caston, Aug. 18. Among tho distin
guished callers at McKinley's home were
Stewart L. Woodford and wife, of Brook
lyn, X. Y., and Lieutenant John H. Bea
carn, of the Third United States infantry,
Fort SnelHng, Minn. He is on his way to
join the English expedition against the
Soudanese. M. Leopold Bracnny, of Paris,
now sojourning in Chicago, the noted
sculptor, is here modelling a lize-sized
bust of Major McKinley. It is thought
probable that Major McKinley will pub
lish his formal letter of acceptance about
Progress of Fusion In Illinois.
Chicago, Aug. 18. After spending an
entire day in secret session the executive
committee of the silver Democrats and
leaders of the Populists failed to agree up
on tho details of the fusion plan decided
upon at the state convention, and the mat
ter has been referred to the entire state
central committee. The vexed question
was to determine what Democratic elect
ors should retire to make room for Popu
New Jersey Gold Democrats.
Xkw York, Aug. 18. A meeting of
gold standard Democrats was held in Jer
sey City yesterday and determined upon a
state mass convention and selected a state
committee. It was decided to hold tho
convention on Aug. 27 at Newark, but
later the state committee changed the date
to Aug. 24 at Trenton.
TOWNS BUILT WHILE YOU WAIT.
Reaalt of the Building of a Railway Down
.MESA, Aug. 18. It has been many years
since there has been anything in the west
to compare with the rapid development
that has been witnessed during the post
thirty days in this new town. Four weeks
ago there was not a house or Inhabitant at
Today, on the commencement of a
second month, there are peer 3,000 peo
ple, seventy business houses completed
and under construction, two sawmills,
one pinning mill, and five lumber yards,
besides dozens of homes. Mena has a wide
area of country about it never before
tapped by a railroad, and the Kansas Citv,
Pittsburg nnd Gulf road, whose advent
has just recently been made here, will
make the town a division point.
Bolter Requested to tttvp Out.
Lancaster. Pa.. Aug. is. William B.
Given, chairman nfehe Democratic county
eommtttee since !, fee resigned. He
had bolted the Chicago platform and nom
ination, and was requestei by the county
committee to step out.
SHE SLEEPS WELL.
kjjxjm-m. kj i t
After Life's Fitful Fever Gail
I Hamilton Is at Rest.
DEATH CLAIMS ASOTHER WOXAX
Who Has xfada Her Mark on the Tlanea la
Which She Lived The Literary Esaw
ntrix of dames G. Blaine, Her Work on
Hla UiogTaphy Is Believed to Have Has
tened the End Soma of Her Literary
HAMILTON, Mass., Aug. 18. Miss Abi
gail Dodge (Gail Hamilton ), the famous
authoress, died last night at her beautiful
home from the effects of a paralytic shock.
Miss Dodge was stricken while at break
fast Sunday and immediately became un
conscious. Medical aid was at once sum
moned and Miss Dodge removed to her
be I, but while every possible means were
adopted to restore her she never regained
consciousness. Miss Augusta Dodge and
other relatives were at the bedside when
the end came. Too much work In mailing
her last book, "The Valley of Death," dur
ing the hot weather broke her strength.
No arrangements have as yet been made
for the funeral.
Her Yonth nnd Education,
Miss Mary Abigail Dodge, writer, bio
grapher and controversialist, widely
known nnder the pen name of Gail Ham
ilton, was a native of the town in which
she died, having been born In 1830. At
the age of 10 years she went to Dr. Clark's
private school in Cambridge. She was
graduatrd from Ipswich academy at the
age of 30. In ISM she went to Hartford
ns assistant in the Hartford high school.
She refused to take the customary exam
ination, but was given tho position with
out doingso. She was also instructor in
.physical science in this school for sev
eral years,andwas subsequently governess
in tho family of Dr. tiu mallei Bailey, of
Washington, the editor of tho National
Km, to which paper she became a con
tributor. Was Blaine's Literary Eseewtrlx.
In lNrj.j-7 she was one of the editors of
"Our Young Folks," a magazine for chil
dren, publ shed In Boston. From 1HT0
until a little over a y.-ar ago she had lived
most of the time with her cousin, Mrs.
James G. Blaine, in Washington. In
course of this dully ronttct with the
Blaiuc family Miss Dodge was lei into a
very close friendship with Mr. Blaine, and
at the death of the latter she became his
literary cxe -til rix, being in possession of
nil hi papors and documents of value to
her as his authorize 1 b.ographer. She
was engaged, as frequently as her health
would permit, on Blaine's biography from
the time of his death until her illness of
last year, and it is thought h r untiring
devotion to the work was instrumental in
bringing about that p-ostrat.on.
NEVER RALLIED FROM THE ILLNESS.
List of Her Published Works Her Fa
mous Political Interviews.
Since the illness which came on so sud
denly in the Blaine mansion in Washing
ton Miss Dodge hail lived very quietly at
her old home In Hamilton, Mass. Her
strength had never rallied after that ill
ness so that she felt able to resume active
work, and she was for weeks unable to
see even intimate friends, but during that
time she had been able to be driven about
the town and to entertain in her old de
lightful manner the friends who have
called upon her. Her literary work dur
ing this time has been fragmentary, done
by the help of an amanuensis as a di
version, or when some current event has
specially attracted her interest.
Gail Hamilton was a frequent contrib
utor to prominent magazines, and her
published works, written in a w!tty and
aggressive stylo, consist largely of selec
tions from her contributions. Her books
include: "Country Living and Country
Thinklne," "Gala Days," "New Atmos
phere and Stumbling Blocks," "Skir
mishes and Sketches," "Red Letter Days
in Applethorp and Summer Rest," "Wool
Gathering," "Woman's Wrongs," "A
Counter Irritant," "Battle of the Books,"
"Woman's Worth and Worthiness,"
"Little Folk Life," "Child World,"
"Twelve Miles from a Imon," "Nursery
Xtionings," "Sermons for tho Clergy,"
"First Love Is Best," "What Think Ye of
Christ?" "Our Common School System,"
"Divine Guidance," "Mcmnriol to Allen
W. Dodge" and "Instippressiblc Book."
In 1S8T she wrote a scries of letters on
civil service reform for a New York paper.
Letters on a wide range of public ques
tions written for the Boston Journal were
widely copied throughout the United
States. Miss Dodge's one novel, "First
Love Is Best," had not the success which
attended some of her other works. Dur
ing recent yours she engaged in political
writing, and many famous review articles
and political "interviews' have been ac
credited to her which have roused much
warm discussion and hnve exerted more
or less influence upon national politics.
SHE WANTS TO BE VINDICATED.
Actress Says She Haa Rome Lovely Letters
From Thomas Adams, dr.
New York, Aug. 18. Thomas Adams,
Jr., of Brooklyn, the son and business
partner of a millionaire manufacturer of
chewing gum, has been sued by Myrtle
Thurlow, said to be an actress, for 100,.
000 damages for breach of promts.
Adams has a wife and grown np children.
He said when questioned regarding the
suit: "I don't even know who Miss
Thurlow is. Never met such a lady."
1 he plaintiff, however, assert that she
his received more than 10U letters from
Adams, in which he addressed her In en
dearing terms, such as "Darling Littl
Rosebud," "Dear Little Ch:ck" and "My
Dear Little Blue Bird." To an interview
ing reporter Miss Thurlow said : "I don't
care for Mr. Adams' money; I want vin
dication." G. A. R. Meeting at St. Paul.
ST. PAUL, Aug. 18 But two weeks re
main for the preliminary work for the
thirtieth encampment of the Grand Army
of the Republic and the local arrange
ments are almost completed so far a. the
local committees are concerned. Letters
thus far received warrant the est! mats)
thnt not leas than WJ.ouu veterans will be
in line on the day of the big parade.
Death Revealed Her Sen.
St. Joseph. Mo., An?. 18 By thedeath
of a farmer known as Marion Klston, who
has lived near here for twentv-five years.
it was discovered that the deceased was a
woman. She belonged to the local O A K.,
and Bad Oeen la a number of battles dur
ing the late was without her sex being discovered.
I V? 111 'ii' ui.u.at VVSMis-svnvvvvsig
i - - i - m - irtss -
U wlj Bateman'a Drops, Godfreys
moat resoadaaa for children are eoroposrd of otiutu or nsiwpUinef
Pw Yeas Know that optum and anorphina are stupefrnig narcotic taa f
Po Tost Know that In roost countries druggists are not ttmllu-i t au aama.
Wtbout labeling tbem poisons f .
Do TTosi Kxtow that yon abnaid not
yon or your pbyatciaa saow of wlast tt
P T Know that Castorta la purely vngataMa ntwnsrnaVav. saw ibav a 0i at
Ha Ingredients p puMlsl rUevwy bottler
IQ Tow Kxtow that Cactorla Is tfaa see itoHm of tho fanwasa lr 8,nw-i I h.m
That M lata been In was for nearly thirty years, and that asor Cessans Is ew .! Oaw
Sf all other remedies tor children corabined f
P Tea Kxvsrar that the rsMos Offlos tnavtzoeat or the Vtoted Slat, and e4?
atliie connljiea, have las-ad exclusive right to Or. Prtchec and hla assigns to m tba
CaatarrlB' and Its formula, and that to IroftaJe Uietn is s s-aUi ririaiai offeie T
Po Tow Know that ono of thn reasons for grant icg this "iunimi at proWtlnaares
because Castor ia bad been proven to he nVaolntely hsursslaaisf
Po Ton Know that 35 SiTaTajrn doses of Cssturia am furnished 'J ft
asawta, or one cent a doss
Po Tow Kseo-,rttat srhea I issnas id of this perfe-t tjrtarloa. chfldrrw rasr
as kept well, and that job nay Lara onnrokea mat t
s7aJl, tb threes are worth Snowing. Toev aee racta.
Children Cry for
Fail s Coming,
Work i I ways guaranteed. Also a fu'l
stock cf gloves and fur. Orders
promptly filled at
BEN NET'S Glove and Fur store.
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanent! looatod la Da ran port. low
DR. T. M. WAIjSH.
eadnax adiiai euliaaea.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drsins. nt. plessness. threatened In
sanity, weak areinory, marital evasions, or sty oOier !iiino see to nervous exassa'lso,
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bbeomatlstn, Scrofula. Syphilis. Blood,
xttdnsy. Usee and Ham alnsai 1 can be osiefcly and lanknsneotly eased by oar ayfsaseod sys
tem of medicine. 1
VARICOCELE Is the most active can so of voo. debility. Why treat
saonthe with e'bera when we g.aiaule. yon a peraurieat cars it, ssvsa days by Nl rainless
wu-'b'alf H ydrmele cared ia three days no patn. 1
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their e should coamlt ns.
We have cured many eases green up s kopeks, ar-d wv nay bu sh'e to ear yes. wargicnl
operation ner.aed at yoar bona If dceirod. A hoomlsal and brsm enrgory a specially.
OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The nu merona ae
kanwlegKmsrits we have received f rorn the tarwaper If' oar remarkable cores ta both
si leal ad nr-tel ease ia proof cooelostve that ar advanced ssstKwte ears srhers all
othar fall. TaaTefnea, do waese usee with oiaeea. atit coneoit ua at caws and res ao,
yarr loat health. Tteie n a ! i "T . itiai pii rra hf ca4. rtsv yon y.ai
that tag-1 f apt, 4a not experiment sr.f Irrnrar, hot ' juH at cawo. PsrUiarssore. wo
oCav tl.im to ssynaa prnvtns- oar rrsdential. fal W aiake It aa otdoet fur. yoa to lares
t lasts sore, Hv other spacjaliots offer yoa eneh a fair prnsnion.
o ONLT CUUABLK CASES T1KEM o
If yns easavt call, writs
Haadreos eared by
OFFICR 1?4 W. Third 8t-. McCuMt.ngti. BaiMing, Davenport. Iowa.
For sals la aock
Island, UU;by Bacts ft CQtBUjax, aaggiana.
You Know that Paresnrle.
Cordial, many aocsJWi bhing 8yruav aaat
parnttt any medVtos to fe gta y .aar Hall
Is composed t
In arm arrory
Now is the time to have your Fur
Garments repaired or remodeled.
I 1 ao t x,- laraixttr
I ' .
I '- Uelrsge, roeaMriy surgeon -as saw
I at AsiUatjr UusisUl.
Basil. Boors tolx,ftss,TtaS. aeaataya
M. teilXI-r.. rrtilvj WHti. I aor Hinmaan aod ait at.
ti,.H tHJ7.-S.ST. Cn....,. ... r-e LW I eoAai?t'Jw J a-
Ft t. F.tKK.ttirirn-xveirf -lmmM f-mtntlt,,,,-!.,,.....
1 ..:aJMteii, fnaur. hlhaaaii!..- ta..! ,.. tun f lar of nwioa.
ei4ii Otrwf- umituuo 01. fur ...hi. bus.ee4 aam&v. toeeica- raanatb
le. tta.Ha-.ea Sal-B Serve I.ealM. TUt liilMiinii iir.ar-lMatli
or u.-. Lit." a K-t llCHttU; aid IILaM tfluil K. tia.
ivkta afc alow toale eheeta, a4 o-vi.ajt a Bi. r llTHl,.
Bat-i 1 "..1. SI."" eer S- ..r S . S. . Jf, ,Hll.,aiMt,nl,
raiiaaUSBmai. bOlw naoaashBsveWlaCswKaaa,ew lark.