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WS!IP"A GOOD, COMPETENT! COOK. nvenunI!Vl, P- we.n.uer Tenth avenue. Quod wages. AVA?TED-8ITCTION AT LIGHT eiv.n ,i."!l?,0,',t.!n m References Uvea, Apply at 811 Sevcnta avenue. T174NTED-OOOD8 TO STORE IN CHEAP, ..L..e.l'?JindU'!hlu'rm'r' " wiin ele vator l Second avenue. Johnny Jones. TfTANTED-nY 8IN.,Lr. YOCNQ MAN, ' T room and board In p ivate f smllv where privilege of bath nsv be b-d Central loca tion preferred. ArMrita n.me and num ber. X. Y. Z , A noes office. TAHTKD-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIa ' mHi, wetebea Jewelry, hardware. Btwlaal Instruments, bicycles slot nice, dri furniture etc. HUrhert cub price. Paid lor aeeond band roods of all kinds also Toe above (oods for aale at half the usual tore price A II baalncav tranaeotlon strtctli ennMenttel HI eew cumber and location Itn second Avenue. Don't forgot It. J. W ones rOH HUNT. XjXR RENT FT7RMSHEr ROOM: KTEM mm wiu, w t i wentietn street. TfOH RKNT A FURNISHED BRICK RKS Ider ce. eight targe rooms: rent reasona ble Apply at M Fifth avenue. 2?OR RENT FOPR ROOM FLATONTWEN Z u ."VhJ'C"V BtB Apply tO E, H. Stafford. Maaonle Temple block. VOtl RENT-FIVE ROOM FLAT ON TWEN tletb street: modern Improveraenta: S3f rermoniy Apply to K.H. Stafford. Masonic 1 em pie blook. For BA4.K IjVjFt BALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON A Bowman. ' "IVORHAI.E A nick spnivri tvsrirw V -a alMHtbeaol Iinmlr. ..f a .n..,.......' head of Beveuteemb al, vet. South Heights. MIHC&LLAN rOUH IOST-AT BLACK II WKINN ONDAY ev.niuir a (rowl .lick pin et wi'h one ari.'e pearl. Keturn t this ortlce and receive re ward. IfOH BALE OR RENT A HOUSE OF 10 room at IJIO Third avenue; contains ell modern ItXipiovementa and la In good repair. Apply to ki U. I raxer TOST- IIANI.SOMK MKKK.HCM Al'M pip, hirfhly c. l .rea. between Water i.. wo aid 1 wenite li reel K k Iiind. Kinder nli.dl rciur . to ililai.nice and receive re w aril. 11W MALE OK EXCHANGE A OOOD A pevlns bakery bulues al I IO Third ave nue, owner .Lnskiciiiri lo otber btml beM W.li .lw real ete In exchange. Call at above number for particulars. DESCENDANTS OF PILGRIMS. fir Walter Ilesant Figures That There Are lu.vuo In America. Many people in America claim descent from tbe pilgrim father. Tlicro might be a very rou.sirfcrable number, if wo eotno to think of it. For instance, let us n sua mo tbo number (if married peo ple auioug tbo first huudred wbo sur vived tbo tirnt winter as 20 couple. Wo will allow them three children apiece. , tjvill piv to tach of these children u l.irse allowance, itistrnc. Then . 'navo for rarh married coniiln, for tbo first generation, 3 il sr-enduiits; for tbo Mcoiid, ij; for tbo tbird, 12; for the fourth, 21; for the fifth, 43; for tho Kixtli, Oil; for tbo Reveuth, 1)2; for tho einliib, 384; fur the ninth and tho pres ent j;i iitrutiun, and for the orig inal 20 married couples, 15, SCO. bo that tbo liviun tlefccndants of tho May flower iiilKriui cau hardly be moro than about 10,000. Outof tbeso a great many liavo i robably clean forgotten their do crnt. I'lobulily there are not anything like 10,000. If I wero au American, I should cer tainly liko to bo ono of that 10,000. 'ot that I fiel tbo least attraction to a narrow nnd f.matio religion, bat be cause tbo pilgrim fathers luado so Circo a fight for cxiMtenco and a pJaco where they could think as thry pleased and .allow ui) one else, to think as he wight phu.se. Aucratry, in thin country at least, i chit fly a matter cf selection. The people who keep tip their geneal ogies drop out as they go oIour uum berlejs liranrlirs. 1'eoplo wbo wish to recover their genealogies have got to "hitch cu" at cue cf the dropped nranciies. tvery marriage in a geneal ogy U a kind cf junction, where many lines may meet. Jfow, tho business of tho genealogist is to look op all the junc tions, to follow up each ono and to chooo tbo line which offers tbo mot desirable alliann s. fc'oujo years ago an ingenious gentleman e ffered to Cud roy nl descent for any cue for 70 clown. Ho did it, too, quite honestly. He naid that if you could ruly get buck 100 years or so it wa r''ctly easy to con nect with Edward I cr Edward III. Sir Walter Decant in London Queen. Now FwttetJ Clear. 'My face was covered with pirn. p and nothli p that I tried would heal tbem until I begAn usiog Hood's famaparllla. After takioc; two bot tle the pimples were gone, and now my face is perfectly clear. I wsa alo troubled with a weak back, but it Is stronger since taking Hood's. Mr. J. Krrinbrtnk, Jr., boi 354, Blue Island. 111. Hood's promptly. pills act easily and It's a raweh. The OO 5 cent clfar. AUDY 10 2S SO ri...;, ""UniDDI five. never OY) mzmmiuu. arsr .A.fiaifa- ' M r" .-BaaaaaPsavSBwBwM.aMea. I I J.. a STRIKE PREDICTIONS, Rend and Compers Look Ahead and Prophesy the Result of the Struggle. ORACLES SOFT SEE THUTG3 AT.TTTT! Chicago Operator Declares the Strike en Its Last Leas and the Washington Labor Leader Says It Will Win In Quick Time Now- -Rend Aim Challenges Katchford to hue Him for Libel Day's Doings In the I'ittubarg- District. Pittsburg, Aug. 2". Colonel W. P. Kt-nd. the Chicago operator who created a scene during; the recent Joint con ference of miners and operators by making serious charges against Presi dent Katchford, returned from Buffalo yesterday. When told that his charges had created considerablie excitement and that intimations had been thrown out that a libel suit might be entered against him Colonel Rend said: "Let him sue me. I am ready to prove what 1 charged, and I think It would be a good thing for the country if It were proved. That St. Louis convention could not set itself a better Job than to investigate this matter. I made Dolan an offer to present Ratchford with the evidence, but It was not accepted." Bays the Strike Is Lost, Sure. Speaking of the strike generally Col onel Rend declared it to be now certain the miners will lose it. He anticipates that within the next few days new men will be brought in to start some of the pits; but even if this is not done and the mines remain Idle the men will never get such another golden opportunity as thev have rejected. He says their great mis- iukh was in supposing the operators were ready to give in because they sought arbitration. He declares that all the large lake shltinera nr flrmlu determined to resist the demands of the miners. If the miners had accepted the first propositions made by the operators in me conference on Friday they would have made a substantial gain and would have Improved liernmnnrlv thmi. Ultion. Coiumt Takes a Different View. Washington. Ant- 97 p.u..i Gompers. of the American Federation of i.aucr. gave nis view of the present coal strike situation as fellows: "The sit uation as I rather It frnm tho of our organizers Indicates that between w per cent and 6j per cent, of the mines In West Vircinia are now oloo.l rinti-n completely. A letter I have Just received i rum me cooner ana Focahontes dis trict Is brimming with confidence, and Bays that work in that rerrlon hsa hoon reduced one half In the last fortnight anu preuicts a general collapse there very soon. So long as the West Vir ginia miners continued operations there was, cf course, little hopes of an abso lute victory for the miners, because West Virginia could suppply the urgent needs of the market. But with the sus pension in West Virginia becoming gen eral. If the miners In thpstnt ct Penn sylvania. Ohio, Indiana and Illinois keep their ranks unbroken, as I am confident mey win, the strike must result in an absolute victory for the men. Situation Becoming More Acute. "Before Sept. 15 the lake trade must be supplied. Thesituation becomes daily more acute and while I hesitate to fix a day I believe that the strike will be terminated by the end of September and that the settlement n-lll l in ,.. nr the miners." When Gompers attention was canea to the great destitution and suffering among the strikers he said that the coal operators had taught the miners how to suffer. They had been drilled in hardships by the operators. They would continue to endure their trie a little longer in the hope of re lie .g their situation permanently in u w luiure. v'.I.MIIN TAKE A HAND I N THE FIGHT Jeer anil Deride the Men Coins; to Work De Armit Ilegins Evictions. Pittsburg, Aug. 27. The wives and daughurs of the striking miners at De Armit's Oak Hill mines, near Turtle Creek, took a prominent part yesterday in the demonstration against the work ing miners. Early In the morning a dozen or more women gatheredat the camp, and with flags ar.d banners marched along the roads leading to wards the tipple. On their way they met a number of miners going to the pit and greeted them with yells ar.d Jeers. They derided the miners wbo were work ing and ridiculed them in a manner which caused many of them to hang their heads in shame. The women say they will make a demonstration every day hereafter. The strikers claim that only fifteen men were at work in the Oak Hill mine yesterday ar.d that the output Wednesday was only thirty-five pit cars, while the company cays that sixty-five pit cars were mined. Superintendent S. C. De Armit and four deputy sheriffs commenced the work of evicting the families of the Plum Creek strikers yesterday. The work will be kept up until the company has pos session of all Us houses: At Bunola the mine ownets are gradually gaining on the strikers. Fourteen men returned to work Wednesday and twenty-seven yes terday. W. J. Brer.r.an, attorney for the miners, is preparing his answer to the bill of the New York and Cleveland Gas Ccal company In the proceedings against the miners' officials and strike leaders for contempt of court. The bill will de clare that the camp and marching Is not for the cuccose of Intimidation cr CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS arte sr masbei eanvsl J8ietWMesJLsas4 aatarslmaita. Sas4 sr.tewiera. sit TOP AUG me&ace to any one. but merely to Icdl cate to the men In the mines that the miners generally are on a strike and to Indicate their strength by a show of numbers. Gua Datte, who la in charge of the sheriffs deputies at Plum Creek, was told yesterday by the sheriff's attorney that under the Injunction he could not Interfere with marchers who paraded with a band at the head. The only ones he can atop are those who are intimdiat Ing the workmen. A large parade and meeting was held at Turtle Creek last night without molestation from the dep qties. President Dolan addressed a big meeting at Clare Ridge, Westmoreland county, last night. Before leaving the city he gave the details of his arrest Wednesday at McGovern. He said he went before fudge Mcllvaine and was told he had not violated the provisions cf the Injunctions and was discharged. The Ladies of the G. A. R. elected Mrs. Flora M. Davy, of Duluth. president. Offered the Men 40 Cents a Ton. Springfield. Ills.. Aug. - 27. Manager Fisher, of Sangamon shaft No. 2, called a meeting of the miners for last evening and fifteen of theslxty men employed at the shaft were in attendance. Fisher made a proposition to the men present to return to work at 40 cents per ton. an advance of 7 cents over the present price paid. The men voted to accept the proposition. The miners' officials did not know of the meeting until it was over. WALCOTT KNOCKS OUT GEO. GREEN. Sturdy Little Negro Fighter Wins a Fast mu in tne Eighteenth Round. San Francisco, Aug. 27. Joe Walcott knocked out George Green in the eighteenth round last night after one of the fastest fights ever seen in San Francisco. It was rather one-sided, how ever, Walcott leading in every round with perhaps the exception of the sec ond and twelfth. Green showed none of his old-time dash and vim, and seemed to be utterly at sea at meeting and guarding against the sturdy little colored man's rushes. Green is essential ly a body fighter, but last night he did not land half a dozen good body punches during the entire eighteen rounds. Walcott took his opponent's light left-hand jabs with smiles and paid him back with right cross-counters on the head and jaw. Green fought against time after the sixth round. Sev eral times he was groggy and hung to the colored man in the clinches. The eighteenth opened up about the same as the half dozen preceding rounds. After about a minute's fighting Wal cott landed a right and left on Green's Jaw and a clinch followed. In the break Walcott brought his right across and knocked Green up against the ropes in Walcott's corner, helpless, with his hands down. With a well-directed right hand blow on the jaw Walcott. then knocked the Californian through the ropes in the negro's corner. Tom O'Rourke held Green up with his foot on the ring platform until he was counted out. Green was carried to his dressing room by his seconds. IS A GOOD YEAR FOR KANSAS. Recent Rise In Wheat Makes Her Farmers 15,000,000 Better O.X Chicago, Aug. 27. "Wheat has ad vanced about 30 cents a bushel since 1 left home," said Frank P. MacLennan, of the Topeka State Journal, yesterday. MacLennan left Topeka less than three weeks ago and is returning with his wife and daughter from a brief vaca tion on the northern lakes, arriving on the steamer Manitou from Mackinac. "The most careful estimates." continued he. "place the Kansas crop of that one cereal at 51.000,000 bushels. This ad vance alone in these few days means $15,000,000 more money to the Kansas growers on that single product. The yield per acre is unusually large, reach ing in some instances more than forty bushels to the acre. "This wheat crop in various localities will not only enable the Kansas farmer to elevate his mortgage to 'kingdom come,' but will give him enough funds to more than pay for his land. He can now realize more from his wheat than the ground would have sold for a year ago. This is true in hundreds of instances. The thrifty Kansas farmer is again in good circumstances. He has been going toward that condition for several years and the crops this season will make him Independent." Wrenn Is the Tennis Champion. Newport. R. I., Aug. 27. In the tennla match for the national championship yesterday Wrenn. the American cham pion, defeated Eaves by three sets to two. Hasn't Caaada Got Klondvkef New York. Aug. 27. Gold to the amount of ,100.000 was withdrawn from the sub-treasury yesterday for ship ment to Canada. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Mrs. Hugh Walllace, daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, is reported out of danger. An Rnglish syndicate. It Is said, has been formed to complete the Panama canal. Stehli & Co., leading silk firm of Zu rich, have decided to establish a branch factory in this country. Julius Samuelson was given four months in Jail for selling liquor without a license at Rhinelander, Wis. The alien tax law of Pennsylvania has been decided unconstitutional by Judge Acheson, of the United States court. The berrying party of eight persons from West Superior, Wis., supposed to have been drowned, has returned home safe. The daily negro lynching took place yesterday in Texas. He had attacked an aged woman and was mobbed at Beit ville. One passenger was killed and a dozen injured In a train collision on the Chi cago Great Western railway at Alta Vista. Ia. Miss Marion Tooker sailed the vaeht Lorna Doone at Fox lake. Wis., and won over the Surprise, sailed by Miss Flor ence Brophy. . Senator Mark Hanna and F. Schlesin ger. of Milwaukee, have bought the Newport iron mine, the most important in the Gogebic range. The positions abandoned in the mills and mines around Juneau are being filled by men who were stranded at Dyes on their way to the Klondyke. The woman killed by the cars at New bur. Wis., on the St. raul road has been Identified as Mrs. John Kruse.aaed 6 years, and residing near New-burg. Michael McGee. a Sitka saloonkeeper. Is under arrest charged with giving whssky to the Indians. Five of the vte- OP, FBIPAT. AUGUST 27. 1C37. MAECHESI METHODS. HOW THE GREAT TEACHER TERROR IZES HER SCHOLARS. tnstrneUoan In Singing From Her Net Altogether aa Agreeable Ordeal Bat She Conaciemttonaly Labors Always For Her Papll's Benefit. In the musical world of Europe no teacher stands higher than Mme. Mar ches!, and yet a first interview with her j is an crdeal to be dreaded. She may tell you with almost brutal frankness that ; your cherished vocal projects are thin ' as air bubbles and that yon had better turn your attention to cooking. Or, with one unusual gleam of her gray eyes and one sudden indrawn breath, making her thin lips still thinner, she may tell you that yon are destined to lift the heart of the world in immortal song and wear the laurels of a great lyric career. Again, she may tell yon with the same blunt severity that- yon have no looks at all for the stage, and after yon have been accepted as a pupil on are still subjected to ber merciless severity. To be taught by Mme. Marches! is not to have the luxury of an individual lesson, an hour's good, cozy, comfort able time all to yourself. By no meana That is net her plan. Ton are taught in class. Ton are thus introduced at once to an audience. You thus have an opportunity of conquering stage fright. Ton are thus submitted to the criticism of others. Not only your voice, but your manners, your gait, your way of holding your hands are studied. From bead to foct yon are scrutinized. A small platform is in the center of Marchesi's salon, where the pupil stauds and recites (or sings) her lesson. The class sit around the room and criticise. The pupil has to face not only the class, but the audience includes of ten tbe first musicians of the world. How does a sensitive woman bear the gun fire of Mme. Marcbesi's criticism, her ridicule, her sarcasm and severity? One day one of tbe class was having her 15 minutes of lesson before a crowded room. Mar cbesi was in a sardonic humor that morning. Her remarks were brilliant, but more cutting than a Damascus blade. Tbe audience felt that a climax was coming. It came. Tbe girl's lip begun to tremble as Marcbesi's com mentary sparkled and cut and sparkled again. Her lip trembled moro and more. The agitation gained upon ber whole body, till she shook like a willow in tbe wind. Poor dear, the other pu pils held their breath. The room was silent as a tomb. Yon could bear Mar chesi's watch tick in her pocket. Stilr the pupil strove to bring ont tbe tone that tbose severe lips of Marches! had commanded. At last the voice rolled out. Tbe tone gained upon the room. Tbe voice stopped. "You sing like a fool!" literally bissed Marcbesi, and the storm broke. The girl burst into tears. Her sobs, coming upon tbe silence, were most paiufuL Not one of the pupils dared to rush forward with comfort or handker chief. The girl threw tbe shuet of mu sic on tbe floor and covered ber face with ber hands. Then, dashing the tears away from her face, she stooped down, gathered up the scattered music, tore it into shreds, tossed it to every part of tbe room, and rushed from the platform stage. All felt it was over with her forever, so far as lessons with Marcbesi were concerned, and more than one heart ached for her. "Ha, ha!" laughed Marcbesi. rising delightedly from tbe piano, ruh'iing ber hands together and walking, or rather stalking, majestically through the room and up and down and again seating herself at the piano. "Ha, ha! That girl will singl She has the grand fire. She is dramatic. She has the fine pas sion of the devil." And the girl came back the next day and won Marcbesi's bravos and hand clapping. Upon another occasion Marcbesi sat in judgment upon a pupil's bands as she stood upon the platform. "Now, don't put up your lip like a baby," sbe says, "if I tell you that I never saw such a booby. You're as awk ward as a country clown. Look at your bands! Jnst look at tbem dangling down at your sides like a jumping jack waiting to twitch on a pole. Mais, voi la, "sbe continued, softening a little, "if I do not tell yon, ma cbere, of these things now while you are in my salon, do you know who will tell you of them later on when yon stand for tbe first time before one of the great audiences of Europe? Tbe reporters will flay you alive and deservedly. Will they not note down every awkward gesture, every gaucherie? Will they not say. "She has a divine voice, but she held ber hands like a clown?' And when you read it in all. the papers tbe next morning, ah, bow yon will exclaim, 'Why did not Marcbesi correct me, tell me, reprove me, no matter bow severely? Now, bold your bands easily, one palm crossed upon the other, tbe right band across tbe left, tbe forefinger and middle fin ger of tbe right hand between the thumb and forefinger of the left hand. Bon! Now, see what ease of position, what repose it gives to your whole figure as yon stand there." To look over the programme for the concerts Mme. Marcbesi gives from time to time is to read a strange collec tion of names. Here are pupils from Japan. Here is a name from Nor way. Here is a lady from Finland. Here are sturdy Scotch names. Here are American names girls from St. Louis, San Francisco, tbe Maine woods, tbe gnlf states. New Zealand bas repre sentatives on the programme. To look over Marcbesi's album is to see some of tbe portraits of the world's great sing ers and their signatures. New York Sun. Bonrea of Juvenile laoosne. "Some clever fellow bas invented tasteless cod liver oiL" "The wretch 1 Trying to beat inno cent children ont of a lot of dimes and viv.i. "phlnarrn sTmsail Jnr"jwnmaayss-ss-e v-aayaaaay-B-Ba-BB-ay awssa-aay-asaa-as . SAW THE GREAT FIGHT. O-rbetUPtU B issUe sV-x-oeV Dan Stnart'e wonderful veriseopie rrarndoetioa of the rroat Corbott- Fitx-imtnons fLjht at Carson City March 17. received tbe Brat ia a ae ries of prodnetions at Harper's thea tre under the management of La Houseman, the r-portiny editor, who was one of the central fiures at the ringside during the contest, last o'gbt Thee was not a large audi- eoca present for tbe opentog. bnt ail who attended were enthusiastic in tbeir appreciation of the scene as enacted One hun dred and forty-tbren thousand odd pictures are thrown upon tbe screen during tbe veriecnpe exhibition. The film which contains these picture i considerably over two miles in lnKth and each and every detail oi the great contest Is shown from s -art to finish. Aside from the in terest in the scientific exhibition be tween the two greatest men of their class the pre-eot century bas pro duced, the pictures atvia themselves a marvel of photographic art. It is !niosl ircnmprehei tible to the ordi nary mortal bow tbe ci.nld haw teen taken with such exactness and s i clearly There is hut little blur rine; in the maj rity of ca-es the faces of the) principals are sharp) 'o'cosed. and a thev move arinnt Tne ALtecen foul. the ring one can readily imagine oneself at the ringside at Carson Cit n the 17ib day of March last, stir ronnded on all sides by snow-cappi-ri bills. wat-bing tegreate t scie-tio' -counter of the century. The view m-lude the pr-liaitnaries to th rigit and ihn follow it round bi cond. giving every incident to th famous knock-out in tbe fourteenth 'uund. A detailed description ac companies tbe entertainment and he sounding of tb- pong tbe call of ime etu . just a It nil happened at .he ringsida. contribute to the realie in effect of the reproduction. Ton exhibition will b reueatei ti ught, tomorrow niubt and Sunday night, with matinees Saturday after noon and Muo1y afternoon, aod it is expected tbe audiences will increace iu niz at ach performance, a bit wen ib case, in other cities wheie the veriscop"! has been shown. tlmion, I .w-, O-nr H -aa-. After man trial and tribulation Ciio ton county. Iiwa, bas succeeded ia corupletiosi- its new court hose. nd yesterday it we- dedicated. The ni-tory of its cnuvtruction is full ol ias:iiis, additional appropriations. nd throwing op of contracts by the ont-actors. I be original estimate as $9'J 5H0. but the court house, as t stands today, cost the county, on t tde of court rxo-nes. $175. 00 Tbe nniiding is 96x128 feet. The tower a 175 feet above tbe ground. Tbe 'uilriinif stands in the center of a tlock 3J0x6 0 feet A beating plam a contained in a 6eprate building. O her building on the same bloek re a fireproof brick etructnre. co-t- ng f 000. occupied by tbe cletk md recorder, and tne jtil and br- ff's residence, erected in 1885 at a oust of $19. 00 There is no joy i this world equal to tbe bappiae.es of motherhood. A woman's health is her dearest pos ession. Giod looks, good times happiness, love and its continuance, 'ept-nd on ber health Almost a l of the sii kness of women is traceable firectly or indirectly to fome de mngement of tbe organs distiuctlt feminine. Troubles of this kind are often neglected because a very na tural and proper modesty keeps women away from physicians, whose insistence upon examination and ocal tieatment Is generally as ue !ess a it is common. Dr. "Pierce's Favorite Prescription will do more for tbem than 99 doctors in 100 It will do more than the hundredth doctor can unless he prescribes it It is a prescription of Dr R. V. Pierce, who for SO years bas been ehief consulting physician of the World's Dispensary and Invalids1 hotel at Buffalo. N T. Send 211 cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and get bis great bonk. "Tbe People's Common Sense Medical Adviser," absolutely free. aavaitiasa Last Me. S3. List of letters anal!ed for at the BosuXBoe at Book Island au- IT. 1T. B hneil. F. E. McKvcy Andrew Coffey, William M. Nelson. John E. Com Mae P-tr Charles Wesley lieKeroky Victor Pe-roo, Augusta o FembmR. Joe KoSfrers. John Gule aple Bridret Sssitn. N. Heimc Lvdi P. blmp-on. W. W. Biett. Dr. Kernlea bnuih. W. O. Lee J. T Sw.t- Sdle Lusdel, Emll heuulu. W. P. roREiuii. Anderson. Eev J..han J. W. Pottbb. PoataustoT. C carets susaaiate User, k Miners ad oowels ftavet alokea, weaken (or gripe; 10 esaU. "COjriTto OUT" HOLBROOK'S FAtlOUS DISCOUNT SALE SO Per Cast OFF ON LVFRTrHlNO IN FUIiniTUaC THIS WEEK A large Unmbteatioa Hook Case and Writing Doak fS 7 net. Solid oak pillar Extension Tab a 43 50 net. Anne i.rge. Hall Sack with seat 4 80 act Solid osk tidboard. polished finish, large mirror, flu net. Hed Uoowi Seta. Center Tables. Chiffoniers, Pari. Goode. Fancy E ckors. China Closets. Iron" B. da. and evart tbing in this large store ia ru. allure is included ia this ale. W. S. H0LBR00K, to i, ics. 107 East Second Su Daverport. When In Doubt, Health is Life's IF YOTJ WAKT II : A L. I II COirSTJLT THE Oar Sleotr'e Ha-htne for iris 'ICtttrOl f NrwHM ! a-e, Kheaniatirin ana X Ray Mora. . Wtulrt Grut.st im4 la Chronic, Mi rlvnaaod Consultation Free. CATARRH RronrbiMs Asthms. F.trlr Consumption, Rentnstism. Ken. rslgla. nyspepsia. Scrotals "TP i all blood, liver and klirx-y ee -a.. vt'OMKN otfem g from disen-ea nf ibe rah. o vri. Uder. fclHnera. nrvos entrees I a. MipHaloa nf I be heart, a v pie or a y els- as tcolter e he MB. eboaid eah . lire treat c in m and get an op nioa a la. ir ease free of cnara. KLECTkICI IT s. ieo 1 fi.'allv applied, nervous dernlitr, f n lea. exhaustive dr Ins. rri.tlo-st,re'ecUeB'Bioiy, th-eatemd UmlIIs, kescf will power, anental de l"Siun. sleep essa. er.eic VARICOCELE W the ranat avtiv eansvi of rervnua rleMlity Wh treat W0r1ih. wl.fc o'-e. vrKevi s gnsrsrte- ynn a prrninent cars ta e vca days by ear netuhai - ot Mdimle eaied la inrse days- aople. rnn n 1 . . . ...r. .. ... .... . 1 tic rrt.Ai v r-niv-, nr. civfcis K - -LIT 'r . J -". ""f in o- " v-e mi. wj-e ia eeaer w nee ii, m. e. - we as a.l e -1 profloa fh. wrtf our nowleiae or aMi ta aa te aiiabe skill in t-ar of .unrrv K. member .r rl)y hyaxl.a I-a w.y. ae'enms to Wesrewlii.n tnsaeaa.mr knowledVe a-4 urn ear etui a w. feat Jotly proud of tneasiiv caieraliils'jna. bmii fm th. awrb-.i . j.-. . rT jaoceum oi aisnasnrrir iiiii rsin ewe nave wrlt'ei. o LTtt'K B.K ' asg-T III B st of ref- ene. e srtd credent a. If yna ejuitn calL ante Beudieda eared be " Boars S to 1 t tot 7 t 8; Sundays, 11 40 to t :S0 ""' CHICAGO If ED IC A L ITTSTTTTTTF ok. . . -.n.,:c. c arnrletesa.n" JZ'.iri'ii'lSi Hfc!.b0l, ? n-d kmc rifle eaetrkUee-blaek and amaeiesa Mn"oniely iabed: the Meet ia onr blrheat otjsliLV - termor Brtsto.l steel f t smaller prt. WeVht onlv H prn-a. ' nmoaeleaa s eel fur lartwr B4lSrn7Lmnn?l,il.eH,BMC?Bfc','ao' nfannailon rerardlnr rifles sad tbetr 10 cenuta s'ttS U P P" Uo-1Tto Powoera, lonoa. ote. Mnued on roosipt of THE MARLICT FIHE ARZX8 CO., ITew Eitw, Conn. -.1 EVERY WOWIAN I islt.ll ill i 'Itwy. asoatb'T, regnUlinr miMm. l. karauess sasf snirarvstdrkpsaaoldesajaa. UysnsssabesCv Dr. Posl'o Tfc ! mm a. i aMT. osataaywnssn.Sijsn. For sale by A. J Eeias. Druggist BIEVER8 & CONTRACTORS AP Hade of epsw-er OFFTfTK ASP f HOP 20 "Per Coat OFF 5d toln of All Wool Carpets at fcOc per jard. These ar all eew designs and very desirabte. 25 rolls of MatUag at l?t per yard. 25 rolls of Matttag at 17 per yard. These Mattings end Csrpets are be greatest bargains offered this season. A very large l.oe of Bugs and Art Squares. Consult the Beat. Greatest Luxury. Dr. J. E. Walsh, laie oYfa-r-a-o to-aseny 8- tf -la C trt o at Atur- U" ii si Last Scccsssful Socialist fTgcal Di- 1 of Botk Bases. BAVEKPORT, IOWA. Prompt and ' ermaasot Caree. r onr remarkable a. ill n raring --w- asavoowart, is Model 1897 22-Caliber Take-Down U Onr M Papft So pretty the children fight (or it. the ladies sigh for it and everyone -ui it Whenever you see wall paper of extra rhoce design or finish, eitra richness, you may depend that It came from the big store of the ktzzi Will Pt;:r Co. S10. til. Sit Twontlotb 8k. PcnnTccl PUIo Bock Island. TtL ANDEKttON. and BUILDERS 7X1 TCUaiTJ BTZXKT.