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THE ABBUB. THURSO BEPTEMBEU 2, 1897, "A perfect trvje f tt highest VI i Walter Baker & Co.'s ' id J ! ' AbsoJulcJy PtrrDcHcious Nutritious. & Hi I i " 1? -1 Cosls Lc" lh"a Cent a Cup. S Tlii B.-r.th.irctth DORCHESTER. MASS.K" - - L( EauVitl.-i wAL.ir.1' WANTED. 7ANTI.D-A COOK AT 1213 KlITEENTIl street, HUUB9. o wastm-. WANTKD-OOODB TO STORE IN CHEAP, clean and Hrht atoraire room wiibeie Valor at lft.S Second avenue. Johnny Jonca, irASTfri-Two coon hen at oxce VV to eollect atd eanvasa. Steady posi tion and future advancement. J. flepner, 3ul T w enttetb. street. Lall i to p. m. "lTANTf:I LA f)V A..KNTH K P. THE v v sate (if Hie celebrated Celery Face Lo tion. It ki- pi tie km fiee from that ol'v tort-, freckle ard tan. Atreotsruake from s to ! per !av Celery face Lotion Company. jtaiamiwito, auca. W'ANTI'p LOCAL AND BI'KHIAL Kri! for the Amerl.ta-j Union IJfe In euranne eim;p:irir of New York. Liberal oon trama marie with men who can write Insur ance, f sir pollele u To-rintr and at raetlve. 'or full particular address Charles H. Clark, reneral rn mayer. NorihweMern department, 17U II r is..er tulid.i.. (Jhlca.-o. I1L ".rANTKI-TO IAM MONEY ON DIA vv rornls. watch.. Jewelry, hardware, Buslrnl Instruments, bleycles. ciottiintf. dry food, furniture, etc. Ill,-lieit ohhi price. ?a d for accord hand fronds of all kinds ai. 'be ehtive Bonds for s:e at half tLe usual t-ore price.. All buxlnes. trr..saoiion strtotiy eorifl'lenitai. Ills new number and looatton, ltl Heooud Avcnua. Don't forgut 11. J. W. Jonoa. ron r nt. 1i01t HKNT II'VTKI. ALL FfRSISHTO ouiui'lete. Adil.cas N. Conuer, Ueneseo. Iron :tr:.T-A rKSiitAiiLF. cotta(;eop rootrji, l.J i-.lffUkb avvuue. luqulre On Iruu.ih'.-s. t "ITOIt HK.NT-A FtrRNISItlOT BRICK RES L idcnifn, rlyiit larire roonrA: rent reaaona tit. Apply at iWrtfll lb avenue. TfOK I'.F.NT-FOt U U(X)M FLATONTWEN X! tleth street; 110 p- r month. Apply to E. U. 8ta2ord. Masonic Temple block. roa ai.e. V'JR 8AIJ5-TWO UOTELS. OOROOM A ilowman. I()KPLF-(OAL IN ANY QrANTITY . of N) htihel or over at ' W per tun. de UrrrrdC t 1 to nny prt f tUe oily. Send ordera to Enoa N Juies, Milan. 111. MISCELLANEOUS. 70fNI -IIY FH ANK ii'FK A PUNCH OF JF fut.r krt. i wner can bave same by pay. latf fur ibU notice. TOST-V U. .l Y F.H'S Itixl rOTKF.S J t piri.l f ul:..i I rt wuril paid for LU re turn to Mnewteaib street. ICORSALEOIX IIENT-A HOUSE OF 10 rotircs at WIO Thud avenue; contains all miHl.m In.provententa a&d U In good repair. Apply to k u. t racer. I O'T-I Slontl.LHY POlIt FAMILY. ON i Seooml aiitiui or In atorrs bo'een rie'enifeni h airl Mn'rentb street. Finder kin.'.lr return t this onioe undrectlve reward. fIOIl SALE OR FXriIANf.K A GOOD -A. pavlror bakerv business at HuV Third vc rue. Owner wUhes to eniraire In other busi ness, w ill ke real estate In exchange. Call at above number fur particular.. XOXE SO GOOD AS TRIAXGLE BRAND FLAVORIXG EXTRACTS Ask tour groccs for them. Western Distributing Ajency. Davenport, la. HVS C RTAM BALM la a rwltlTeenre. Arr'T into th. ntwrrlia. It I qolckly absorbed. M rei.ust Itnirsisrscr hvinall ; suciplei lor. hy mill. SXY Clio" UKUS, M arrao BU, Mew Xork City. Subjcribe for The Aegis. AHDY WW- Vs' '"f Vf V Jot Catcrofc r 't i mmtrvi i as CURtCOMSTlPATiOH to i 50'i mt m -i-..Ti J7 . . 1 LLU ti.s. n-r tnt or tnps. bat raast easy aataral renlbv, TTm-l pi ase asni.t fr. a.. ST KI.0 KKWKDTtU.. Ckirars. RratrsaL Caav. ar Kew IvkT irX orftr or tTCCl!iice In paaBfactre. J f? & to. L.ta. j j t., REYNOLDS BILLS. RejnolJi. Sept. 2 John Vetter, of Marston, returned from Oilman, Iowa. last Saturday. Mrs. E. Curtis was a Tajlor Bidge visitor last Thursday. Dr. Birchard Sundayed with home folks in Davenport last week. K. i. Bailey and wife, of Daven port, were callers in our village last Friday. J. Gaunt. Fr.. went over to the Watch Tower to attend the Old Set tlers' picnic Friday last. Mrs. Eckttrom, Sr., and daughter, Miss Nola, attended the association at Cambridge last week. William Stanley took a trip to Kei'hsburg last Tuesday on business conneoted with the hotel. Kev. Houck returned from Cam bridge Friday ruorniDg qiite sick, but is better at this writing. Our new postmistress, Miss Georgia Sperling, has been quite sick for a few days with a severe cold. George Maxwell was over in Viola for two weeks looking after business connected with the printing ofiice. Oar village was quite deserted last week, as a good many of our citizens were attending the camp meeting. Messrs. Sam and Clellan McEatire, John Megan, Joe Morrison and Joe Sberrard drove into Davenport Tturstlay. The Misses Sprftgue, of Rock Isl and, rame down for the reoeption at Mr. iroonao's rriday evening, ana returned home Saturday. Miss Anna Bromley returned to her home in Rock Inland, after a pleasant 2-wpeks' visit with her friend. Miss Georgia Sperling. TAVLOB R1UUK TOPICS. Taylor Ridge. Sept. 2 William Patterson was a Rock Island visitor laet Friday. Mrs. T. B. Tapp has been quite ill for a few days. The Court of Honor is going to orf:aulze at Tajlor Ridge in the near future. ExcelMor school cpens nest Mon day for the fall term. Miss Hattie Tavlor ii teacher. Threshing in this vicinity is tinnliy at an end. Rome have been ahflliDg corn to ship. Dr. Kckhardi and brother, John F. -khardt, of F.dginton, were Rock Island visitors last Monday. R. G Hudson and daughter, Nel lie, of hock Island, are visiting at K. S Kirk's for a week or two. F'raok Sever and wife and children and liieco, of Indiana, are visiting ith Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sever. Mcs-rs. John and Charley Wanglln of Kock Island, were visiting with home folks for a few days last week l'ark Welling and sister. Miss Faith, of Columbus, O , are visiting their nncle, William Tarks, and fam ily. If our government would quit trv- iog to protect capital and turn its attention to giving more security aid peace to the people of this na tion, there would be less esoitement, fewer strikes, better prices and more common sense displaced all avtand A T led Remedy Fi r Il'liuotn.s. Those who safZcr frum diaotdor or li action of the liver will scv r K-t thi nppst hand cf the anruly o.'gan at long as tVy use sue a Irrational reinedtcaas blacplil.ca o.ael aLd poJophylltn. Bat from the tried ana po nlar siedlciue, Hos- tettcr'a Stonach BliUrt, they may np.ct relief Willi a terta'ntf of obcalotng It. The Itjuence of the BllWr upoa the great bi.iary gland . dirrc. powerful aid apocdily felt. The relief afforded : rot spasmodic, but complete aLd per man.nt. The sailowoefs of the skin, f nnel ap- prarat.ee of the tongao. lm.I,tcs;l jn, ccatlTenrss, hcadschi, csnsea. paies through the right ride aad shonlSer, In fact every accotcpintoicnt of the oVrta'.e c impUmt are entirely and prompt If removal by a e urj of this Inestimable aiadi' c.ne. In beta.f of which testimony it constant y ematiattns frm every quarter, aal from all tj!(i of so:loty. Do Not K. lroDoaad Ua, Alwsvs inaint rn crptfinrr FiiIav'. Honey and Tar, as it is positively absolutely and unqualifiedly the beet cough medicine. Accept no substi tute, t or saie Dy ni. r. Bannsen and T. H. Thomas. The misery of years has been cared in a single night by the use of Doan's Ointment, a positive, never-failing remedy for itching piles and all sim ilar diseases. Your dealer keeps it, or can get it for jou. For sale by Marshall & Fisher. CATHARTIG ALL ii tap DRUGGISTS FOR A GOLDEN SHORE, Dr. G. E. Merrvman and W. E. Stengel Are Merrily Sailing. LETTER FROM OK BOAHS SHIP. Steamsr PorIad Brians to Tow Agea Tidlaga of Uoek Itttvwd'a Isrwat 8eakr VI rUtu tmr Away at Ss-kur Are) Al Timaj Dltwearageal ud Tar. lac Back, Bat Ualwra Ara PratMlac Oa. On Biard Steamer Cleveland. Seven Days Oat From Seattle, Ang. 19, via Uun Alaska, Alaska, Aue. 20. Editor of Tbc Abous: We are off for the Yukon gold fields, and are bowling along merrily 1,400 miles oat from Seattle, Wash., and will be at St. Michaels, at the head of the river, in another week. This letter will be mailed at Dutch Harbor, our first stop, and 601) miles south of St. Michaels, and will return by the steamer, Portland, or this boat on her return trip I here are 163 passengers aboard. of all professions and trades, and all with anticipations of a golden ntopia in the frozen north, a never-to-be realizad dream with some, yet a cer tainty with others. Several have be come discouraged and will turn back at the mouth of the Yukon, where we transfer to the Yukon river boat. and return on this boat to Seattle and 'Frisco, but the majority will go on and of course return home nabobs and be elected to congress on a free silver ticket. A Chicago Times-Herald special correspondent aboard yesterday took a vote of the party, or passengers, and fonnd a great disparity of silver men, but 1 bad that many have changed to gold men since the voy age began, in order to be consistent, I buppose. We Lave a miscellan eous crowd on this boat, ranging Irom doctors, army officers and French noblemen to slush cooks and politicians. We are well fed and lodged, although tbe boat is a ooal steamer and has bunks piled up be tween decks for the passengers. "Billy" etengel sleeps in a bunk next to a French count, and when "Billy" snores the whole steerage is filled with French profanity and an odor of garlic. Last News For a Time. This is the last letter that we can send back until we reach Dawson City on the Upper Yukon, and per haps the last until navigation opens next June on the Yukon river, unless our government establishes posts oa the Juneau route overland this au tum. aa is intended by Capt. Rey, of the United States army, who is go ing up with ns. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gleason and son, Fred, of Davenport, who are old acquaintances of the writer, are on board, and it is very pleasant to have old friends, above all a lady, on such a voyage of 4.400 miles. Mr. Stengel join in kind re mem brauces to frieuds at home. George E. Mebbtman. f ight Silts Hegau. Eight suits in assumpsit were started in the circuit court yester day by McEoiry & McEniry against Everett & Carmicbael in behalf cf the following plaintiffs to recover the damages attached: Western Dry i Goods Commissloa company. t-29 50; Charles McMugb. $160; Loeb & Louckheim, 104; J. W. Potter, 163; A L Singer & Co., $253 15; H. C. Wivill, I25U; Farmers1 Bank of Frankfort, Ind., 12,600. and William McEniry, $200. In the last two suits R. S. Robertson appears as the attor ney for the plaintiffs. C. E. Everett, one of the defendants, was in tb city yesterday, when Deputy Sheriff G. W. Sample got service on him for the eight suits, which are returna ble at the September term of the circuit court. S E. Carmicbael, the other defendant, was also served with the summons at Chicago yester day. Beaeb Bow.r.' Minstrel. Beach & Bowers' minstrels are to be the attraction at Harper's theatre Sunday night. The Omaha Bee sty a of the company: "Xothwlth standing the strong counter attrac tions, the theatre last night was packed to the doors, hundreds being turntd away, the attraction beirg the perfmauce in this city of Beach & Bowers' refined minstrels. There was undoubtedly the best pleased audience that ever assem. bled at this place of amnsement The company made a decided hit, every act belug received with laugh ter and applause. The program was new and original frym the rise to tbe fall of the curtain, all of the old time-worn business being abandone d and replaced by pleasing innova tions in minstrelsy." It Bits th Spot. When goffering from a severe cold and jour throat and lncgs teal sore, take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, when .he soreness will be at once re lieved, a warm gratefnl feeling and healing of the parts affected will be experienced and yon will say: "It feels so good. It hits the spot." It is guaranteed. For sate by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas. Does your head feel as though someone was hammering it, as though a million sparks were flying out of the eyes? Have you horrible sickness of the stomach? Burdock Blood Bitters will cure you. For ale by Marshall & Fisher. SHE IS STILL WRITING. Mrs. Ciaoi Be areas Contbaeea to sTaratta Cantac.Beatlaa. Mrs. Clans Behrens. ot Davtn. port, isn't through writing. Tues day she broke the record by attest ing to the communication printed at tne request oi non. Henry Vollmer. and by writing an amended, expur gated and substituted edition o( tne same at a later hour. At about 7 p m. she sent for City Editor Louis Herbraud, of Dr Demokrat, and gave him another letter for publica tion in his paper. It is ot about the same length as the one published the evening before, and in it Mrs. Behrens insists that Attorney Vull mer instrncted her to tell the troth while on th witness stand, bat that he also told her, when she came to Bendt and his letter, and the bottle that changed hands on the bridge, to 'leave that at one side. Mr. Vol. mer was very angry that such a statement should have been made by the defendant, and thought that it was an outrage He said that he did not know woat to think or say cf the matter now, and did not want to get into any controversy. He said the attorneys had worked as hard as they could for their client, bat that if she did sot keep still they con Id do nothing for her. Both ot the attorneys, however, gave a Lead er reporter permission to go to the county jail and interviow Mrs Beh rens, and a call was made on Jailer Martens. When the errand of the reporter was made known, he was informed that that would be impos. sibie, as Mrs. Behrens had sent down word that shn wnnlrl hrnaftr re fuse to see anvborlv. and even rn ' quested that her attorneys be re. used an interview with her. She said she wanted to be left alone. Jast why she should do this no one knows, and is only another of her queer aotions. VUKOOVA CHAT. Cordova, Sept. 1. Mrs. Carl Ivcr son has returned to her home at Morrison. 111. W. T. Humphry is home from Lin. coin. Neb., ou a short vacation. Mrs. George Newton, of Molioe, is spending a few days with friends here. Forrest Additon left Tuesday for Dixon, 111., where he will enter col lege. Mrs. W. R. Freek and daughter. Mary, returned Saturday from Mil waukee. J. W. Davis and family, of Mil wan kee. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs S. A. Durbin. Mrs. R D. Pinneo, of South Su perior, Wis., is spending a few weeks with rela'ives and friends here. W. B. Phelps and son, David, have moved their effects to Thomson, 111 , where they will make their home in the future. William Filbert met with quite a serious accideDt Saturday. While butchering he it-flicted a bad wound in bis left ankle with a knife. Mrs. Charles Bower and Miss Bertha Parmeter, of McC3nnelsvill. Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs N. H. Tavenner Saturday and Sunday. Ora Williams and Miss Anna Nay. lor wee married Wednesday, Sept. 1, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B Naylor. Rev Roaoh f filiating. The happy couple immediately left for Lake City, Io a. that Er.uliitj Bono I The Angustana Business college opened Wednesday evening, Sept. 1. The rooms are now in perfect order, lighted with electricity and heated with steam. Instruction will be given in: Coarse I Bookkeeping, arithme tic, penmanship, letter writing. Course II Shorthand and type writing. Course III Drawing. The cost for each course will be only $5. Remember, we furnish books and all materials free with each course. No extra fan. Time nrl'mited. You pay for tbe course complete. But it will seldom take uiura iota tour montns to complete the course. The entire business col lege facalty will partake in the even- idk instruction. Apply to Lr. U. Olsson, President, Telephone 1246. Try Allen's rout-Kate. A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season yonr feet feel swollen and hot, and get tired eas ily. If yon have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures and prevents swoolen and sweating feet, blisters and cal lous spots. Relieves corns and bun ions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Trv it todav. Sold h all druggists and shoe "stores for 25 triai pat-a ages rree. aa. dress Allen S Olmsted, Le Boy, s. y. P 1 Tetasse tptt a Sam oka Xm Away. II yon want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bae, the wonder worker that makes weak men strong. Many gsin ten ponnda in ten days. Over 400.000 oared. Bay So-To-bno from your own drnggist. who will guarantee a on re. Booklets and sam ples mailed free. Addrea sterling Kemedy company. Chicago or New York. Travelers are frequently troubled with dy-ettery. diarrhoea or other bowel complaints brought on by change of water and diet. One dose of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild Straw berry will bring relief. For sale by Marshall & Fisher. Jast try a 10 cent box of Casoarets, the finest liver and bewel regulator aver mad. MRS. E. E. ROGERS DEAD. Will Kaawa Fort Byrea Lwly Away Mews ta Ilea eta L Port Byron, 8. pt. 1. Mrs. Satan Rogers, wife cf Dr. E. E Rogers, died at ber home home here Monday night at 11 o'clock, after a long acd severe illness, during which the was at times a great sufferer. Mrs Rog ers was born in Guildhall. Tt , April 5. 1825, and came to Port Byron in 1850 She was united in marriage to Dr. E E. Rogera in the fait ot 1851, and had been a resident of Port Byron since that time. She had been for many years aa earnest and consistent member ot the Con gregational chnreh. The funeral services were held from the home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The services were conducted by Rev. A. Harper, assisted by Rev. T. J Wood. The pallbearers were: E. B. Stone. J. W. Maxwell, C P. Albreoht, J. Swisher. J. Sob all and W. H. Ney. Notwithstanding the rain this after noon there was a large attendance of neighbors and friends at the funeral. Mrs. Rogers leaves, betides her hus band, two sons, Frank E. and Ed. ward M., and their familes, and one brother, George Dodge, and also a sister, Mrs. Harriet Dorrance. Everything is harry and battle about the Port Byron 'academy this week. The new matron of the itn dents' home, Mrs. Unntly, has ar rived from her former home in Dakota, and is set-ltd in the stu dents1 home. The ladies of the Academy Aid society have been very busy this week, furnishing the rooms in tne dormitory, and geitiDg things in shape for the accommodation and care ot the students. The academy starts the school year with flourish tog prospects. A large number of students is enrolled for the fall term, and .the number will be greatly increased for tbe winter term. Prof. Roger is In charge of the institution again thisyear, which is an assurance tnat everything will be conducted in the boat possible manner. Tne many friends of Miss rearson win regret to learn that the will not bo with tbe echo 1 this year, but her place will be ably fillea by Miss Goorgie Johns, a graduate ot Oberlin ,and a former teacher in the Oberlin seminary. TLe Port Byron Cornet band had 3mte an experience in getting to the oslin fair this morning, tbe con. veyance breaking down un the way and spilling the members in tbe road. Patsersby took pity on them and loaded them into their wsgona, and they ail managed to reach their des tination. Miss Minnie Alldredge has re turned from her vrsit in Moiine. She was accompanied home by ber friend. Mi's Kurts, who is visiting friends here. D. A. Malarkey has returned from his visit to his son. Will, at Niagara Fails. He nl-o took in the national GAR encampment at Buffalo. Miles Nichnlaon, who was ttrlcken with paralysis several days ago, i still alive, but there is very little hope of his recovery. Mrs. E. Devore. Mrs J. W. Simon soa ar d ton and Mrs. James Swiaber and daughter have returned from Lake Chautauqua. Miss Pearson, former assistant tern ber at the academy, is in town this week assisting in the opening of the tchool. Mrs Fanny Fleming went to Rock Islnnd Saturday to attend tbe funeral of hr aunt, Mrs. Byron Gordon. Miss Hazel Howard, daughter of toward Howard, of Oskalooaa, Iowa, is visit ng relatives ia town. James Newlands, of McKeesport, Penn., arrived last evening to resume his studies at the aoademy. Miss Blanche Swingley, of Chi cago, visited over Sunday with her mother. L. S. Pearsall and W. F. Garaett are in Chicago on business this week. Clarence Candler arrived home this morning from his visit in Michi gan. Buofelea's Arnica ttai re The best Salve In tha world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures ii.., uV r J retjutreu is is uar- amoeu ,o give perfect satisfaction er money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by Harti t Ullemeyer. Chronic Kbanmatlaia Cored. Dr. H. B. Hettino-nr. Inrli.nannli. Ind says: "For several months after nraininc mv an kin I was uvsrsis afflicted with rheumatism. I finally men ietcnon s 'Mystic Care' for rheumatism, and in four days could Walk Withont mv nana? tarn hnttlsa cured me sound and welL Sold by wito vrroijan. oroggist, 1301 Second avenue. Rock Island, Uust Schlegel aon, zzu est Second street. Dav enport. A Booaebrl I Kieeaetty. No family should be without Fo ley's Colic Cnre, for all bowel com plaints. TKEJ?.IUE?H OFLGVE! HappjTknd Fruitful Mariiase. Xvery MAS was wou!4 know e GRANT) IKU1HS, the Plain Facta, the OM geeref. mo4 the New Discoveries of Medical Sri snce as applied to Married Life, who would atowe f.- asm fai lle, arst aretd future pit.' . fails, ehowld write fur oar wonderful little bask. esJ4 Complete Man. hood and How as Inn BaUrely ae, la plala eealed cover. U. To sn. .... , ERIE MEDICAL CO. t4 NIAfjABA ft BUFFALO. M. HOLBROOK'S FAMOUS DISCOUNT SALE SO Per Cent OFF ON EVERT THING IN FUXIHTITUaS THIS WEEK. A large Combination Bxk Case and Writing Do.k 3 76 net. Solid oak pillar Extension TebiO $3.60 net. A fine large Hall Back with eat f 4 80 net. Solid oak Sideboard, polished finish, large mirror, lo net. Bed Room Seta. Canter Tables. Chiffoniers, Parlor Goods, Fancy Rockers. China Cloteta. Iron Bade, and every thing in this large ttore in Furniture ia included In thla tale. W; S. H0LBR00K, 7 103. 05, 107 East Second St, Davenport. When in Doubt, Health is Life's ir TOD 11 E A Oar Vectrle Ma'hioe for the treatment uf Narrow. TMerese, aaeBautlaa ana X Ray wore. CONSULT TBE mm Greatest iti L!ost Successful Socialist la Chronic, Strrone, Private ana Sarfical Diseases of Bo Ik Sexes. DAVENPORT, IOWA Consultation Free. Prompt and Permanent Cares. CATARRH Bronchitis. Asthma. Earlf Consumption, Rheumatism. Keu- ralfia, nysprpsla. Scrofaia, syphilis and all blood, liver and kidney dteeaeee. WOMEN SarTnrir.g front diseara of tha womb. overie. bladder, kidneys. nsrvons exhaoa I m. oa'pttatlon of the heart, ds -pla or a-y dls--.se peeollar to 'he era. shoe Id call oa the great aianta tst and fat an opinion on tartr case free of charge. ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, pilee, exhaustive . drslns. nlg-tit losers, Cefectlrc memory, threatened maaaltr, love cf will power, taenia! ees Ivstun, aleep eaeaea-. etc. VARICOCELE 1 the most active eaose of nervous debility. Why treat month- wltu orhera wren we r'l.rsnts- no s permaaent cor. ta at ven days by oar pelcl.es Birth, df Rydnicele cored In three days- no pais. THE PRAI-K WE H VK F.ECEIVEO For oar remarkable skill in earing eae gives up a hopeless by all. has romp lied as 'o a-e this a-.- In order to ewe ths pwo p e. a we r tie med.e il prufest-lon ths bsneliof our snow let e of medl Ins an 1 oer ta Italian e skill ia the art of ur ry. RenirraHer onr family i hyst. Ua l.aiwsys we'enoM to re o orwrat . we sr. will n . torp-rad our koowledirs acd .now oar skill. e--d ws fe Jostly proud of tbe dally ctsrigratulsilons we r-wrive frost tbe mm 1ml i m es-l-si for tbe s saneed mdi--al and earsie-l lit. rats e we hsv. written. 0LT l'H BLK ASEsTeBtn. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE MV.w.ei DO YOD WANT BARGAINS? IF SO CALL AT THE Fourth Av. Shoe Store We have arranged a bargain counter la our store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains In children's, misses' and ladies' slippers and oxfords. Also high shoes In lace and button. We haven't the space to mention all of the great bargains we have for you, but Invite yon to call and see for yourself, as we think you will find just what you want and at prices that will pleas you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY THING. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE. GEO- F SOnZXAIaE. 1601 Fourth Avenue. ' DIRT DEFIES THE KING. THEN 8APOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. SIEVERS & CONTRACTORS aitd BUILDERS AH kind, of rarpeavsr work Sons omci Ajn taor 20 Per Ce? OFF 60 rolls of All Wool Carpets nt 60o per yard. These are all new designs nod very desirable. 25 rolli ot Matting nt lSo per yard. 85 rolls ot Matting at J7Je per yard. These Mattings and Carpets are tbe greatest bargains offered this season. A very large line ot Bnga and Art Squares. Consult the Beat. Greatest Luxury. WAUT Kb Ii T II Dr.J.E. Walah, fat.oft-htc.ro formerly a.irireos-te I'uMf of at Atilaoai) V lit pita L ANDERSON. B enseal yobving done ss short i eta tatBTacuas Mb HI TWELFTH STEKKT.