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THE ARGtJS, SATUBDAY, JITLY 2, 1808.
no eoowir'' m collars W3 ars stf wi bz w rw or this mam w.u. co As r i rcvNo AMD Lf fit GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muvillc, which' will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the mot elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any pjicc, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds arc handsomely emb03scd and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque i3 bordered with a band of gold. ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 25 years. TWENTY-TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it 13. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. What the Spaniards lilt! 1 a :' xac M 7 I .t. rarer Dcware of Imitations F MStestcrsMrc ( jnwi B-jaraii-a im Anfft, r tout nam. FH? restcre &LCST VIGOa U.lura aa Aili tan Willi WI:ITS'ES Ol A1:a .Tl:K tuCvra S.-. u( ''W.liy.I.wwi of Pcsai.1 I'on n m rithi r tf.i:vo!umfc. FT nilM:..n fro u uLy tn -i. ;f u.-i-t, J, h ra li-a.1 Mi':, , ,.r luu.ni(r f ' 00 bet I l. f nul, bos. a I .r CV V.',:U.,. ;5.J,i w.f.va m amli'n f-rM' in rtir, nr r.-fuiij'tr. m.i.rf aa. For ' hr A. 4. R"i. rtrr t Knrk I and Health is Wesllli. D.?. C. C. WE3T8 NERVE AND BRAIN .TP.EATHEST THE CQMLNAL. Alt OIHCRS KiTATiOHS. lanoMnr.iW fiit;TO Vl rHIrn Cnsranteo, bysuthoriiJ lurv nji only, t ciiro V. iik iipmnrr, IhixinxM. WuUcful:ie 1 iti , lirtria. tJuicn. !. Nixht liuiiw r 1 1 1'n'iua. I Arlc of (kin'.v. dtnrn,Nurrounss.I;kwituUo,nU Inaus, Youth fal krroni,' or llirrivo tVo of Tk'icco, Dpinm, or Liquor. wUieli Inula to Mi xw. Conrumpiina. Joaacity hoiI Uralli. At wioro or by mail. $1 Iws; hi for f: with Tvrittrn cnurnutco ta cure or rnftaad tBosry. Has. pic pock ve. containinir fue d..ysr tr-.l.r.ent, wh fuU iimrution, Zi Teat. Ora rem 'do on! wold U uth j-wTton. At (tor or tortUUl. fjgRci Label Special Extra strenmn. l'.iw. I tint. M.-inlicwiri MiArihtr or n&rrwnmww l a boi; mx for ft. fiCF0R ur br duI. AT! A J. HImk. Fourth Arenue f-rug Store, tiatenl. titKk UUud, LU A Beautiful Present FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce 70a to try this brand of starcb.so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econt orr.y are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of Hsw To Gd lm All purchan of thm 10 cent or Fix 5cmt r-f'tiflfrrsof ElaMic Starch Flat Iron lir ir.li, arc entitled tore cpiifrrim their pmrrr into of tiise t-jjiitiftil (iame Plaques froe. Tho plaque will net b scut by mail. They can bcolitaineil only frtiRi your Kriicc-r. tverj Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not (lulay. This nfTcr is for abliui t tiiuo only. 'I lie Si:miarils diiln't hit a I hiii;' . but walcr, :inil that wasn't a ifreat ilifiicully."' tilit iiiT I i 1 1 Evans saitl. If llicv liail mm-ii anything so leiiitilinir ami refreshing a our Wines they wuiiicl have aimeil fur it sure, ati'l liit'' it mure than once. ( nr tine ims :ml Liijuors are iiniAi'flleil as a tonic and pure stimulant. B. WINTER. Telephone ; mi i:(ii 0 Thinl Ave line KilK -TIIK Tom A. Marshall Telephone Co. P fyVt,-Ji,-. TLEPJ10ECa ' PfNCRAl orncts .-e,'-oi. i $2 TCtfeZAPH RATES. Ab:nrJo'a, 111. Am 'illi : i, la, y.ii'm.i, in. Alox.-. 1U. Ai.in.l'J. AK'ln, 1U. A.-,s -, 111. Alpha, Hi. IVvilli-.lll. llU'llIIUll. 111. Ji'iriir.jtnji, ioiv-a. (nul'.lti. t'iuubriil,';o, JXL I'onloia, 111. C'fiulun, 111. I'.!uuiltl.4 Ji'., lirwa. t;ilar lwf nl low a. I'li'iion. lima, t'ulvi. II!. I in M iinos, Iiw-u ivi'n,-ri, inwu. I)atiu-iu. 1'ia. K-li-inuliM, 111. I.lnrAiiMl, 111. ..nniiKiiui, I1U lul oa. 111. i'nrt M!i!i!"n,I., (iiUr iljuri;, lit. U. rHw.lil. U:iliTin. 111. ;i'.r!in-!,lil. ti:.l-.0,lii. i'.Im.u, 111. ti.III'Slil. 1U. J..;,liU Ko-ivill'-, M. hellUal.urc. 111. Iirtrton.llL 1 laiir. Iowa. Wi.iaii, til. lUilau, ill. !lHt'l.l', 111. J!prtr.lMon. Io-kb. Ain?ic.i:ui'-, Iowa, SliUor. burh-. 111. Triil7l!llliaUl. 111. Ml. rivh- anl, linra. N.ir.-.1.I11. Krr Dortiw, 111. fii-w WmitMir, 111. iuilli HoutifcrMiu, 111, n'i'in. lit. Kl, 1U. l'ort JUron,Ill. I-rniru" C ity. 111. Ftiiriu, 111. l'rkm. III. rri-i-j!i!iu, IIL Jrin?i-viil.lH. IllKI'llllV.ilL lixk Ulaul, IU. licya-ihl-i, 1U. liKI, liL l-wan I'roi'li. Tl!. (-1. Aline, IU. Soau.u. 111. SiM'TTiil 'I. IU. Tcjlur lii'tgc,TU. Tunh.a. 111. io!a. lit Wr.'.aut OrOTe, llL V.ijiiIJii, 1'iTa. Wc-t I.ilioriy. loam. Wi.xllmll. 111. Ymictown. IiL Yates C'Ujr, IU. A LOCAL Disease A Climatic AffrrtSon Nuthili? but a loo Hi nmeily it cliange fit ciiuiato iil cure IL (iet a WflHiDOWD pli.vmarutiil remedy, UrS fEUM B'.L! ATARRH It ' Is cuickly ab sorb J. Gives re lief a orce. CCLB'nHEAB Ojwus ani clransrs tlie Xasal Passages Allays fiittanimntUio, heals and protects ti.e membnutn, restores t!ie serse f ta-4e atxl amelL Nocoinr, no mercury, no lnjur lons dni. Fall sizM 50c; ttial size loc, at drtivyWts or by mail. LX Bii01ilEUSi4 Wti ti 8U:, Now Terk if if J r "JBE" LEiTERS LOSS. I His Deaf ir Wheel on the Chicago j Eoartf of Trada Was Very - Disastrous. T00T3 U? ABOUr EIGHT MILLIONS. Ami 3!y Es a Couple of ?I3I!ioas Slorc, Vhat ne Dr.-.pyrd in til? Deal Clii cao'a Grrt Dallie Talis a Day OfTou Account of a SUi!;' I'u'ilo in.Coujmuy Divfitcs El;htrcii 3!;l!Kua I-a'aur LraJ rr Itvctnn ta IValh. ChUaso. July 2. Levi Z. Letter has Ci;rr.ij!eUd n?sctlatt ns with Northwest ern Mutual Life- insurants cojTipeny tot a Icfi cf t:t.000.u;-j for U:n years at 4 pr pent. In fumtilctUig the details t.f the lLan I.Lit.T ii.fcrmcd the aftr.ta uf the r.'orth-.vtct.'tu. that he x.uu'.d probably reou'iife further advances cf about $3,- r.' 0,(l0 cr. ti.edO.aO. TUo money obtained Ly Letter will go toward the UquiJa- tion of the debt 5a!'i:md by hh: 3ca, Jo seph Ltitcr, in h:s v. heut stetulation. Lost All lila Own Furtunr, Too. Tha share of Jo::l-.;i Leiur in his fath er's estate will be neatly, if net iiuite entirely, ccmsumeg hy hia FprctHr.tlon. I.ekei's nutice that he would probably require betu-r.&n JG.CCti.lCO and $7.(;iO.Cfco In loans on his property is taken V in dieate the extent of Joseph Leiter's losres that he the father is com- pt'.k"! to bear, bclr.g the excess rf the Fen's losses in the dr.il above Joseph Letter's ptivate fortune, which was va rii.urly est!maW d at from $L0C0:CC0 to $1,000,000 befiiro he began h'n career on Kie ChU'as I'.'.ard cf Trade over a year ago. Chicago newm'apkiw ;;srK.D. Kieri'otyprra Strike and It li Met with a Sort of Lockout. Chicago, July 2. The following bul letin wa poi.ti:d at every Chicago news paper cilice last evening at 10 o'clock: "At 8 o'clock this evening the rtereo typers union notified the newspaper publishers of t'hiago that unless their remands fur an Ineicare cf wages from tr..2a to J4 per day. refluc-tinn of the working rtay from eight to seven hours, with payment at the rat; .I 73 c. nt.' per hear for s'.l overtime, and other cencss sinns. were at once arcuiLd to they v.i'Ul'J reluse to letiii'n to woil;. In (i.'-crju-nte of tiiis action all the CUi rairo p.ii-' rs '.Till not at.poar today. This arti. n A the ncvvsiapers was in pcis.nance cf an understand;!. recently entered Into that when a strike r-topped or.; paper all chr.uld suspend until the flrike is over, t-tf-reotypers kave been avcrarrf.)3 from $19.i0 to t?2 per week on six-day eveninr, papers, and from t-i to $-7 on Riven-day mornln;? papers. This morniiiR not a Chicago daily was issued and the citizens welts! in vain for their news. The thv.e for a s'rlke was aptly chosen, as the war news to day was cf tX' optional intertst, and it was known that it would be before the strike was declared. I I KKL tSTO A IKATII TK.IP. Labor I.ra "or Fatally Aisa'.illed by In ion Men at ( lileao. C'hiedBO, July 2. John J. Finnepan, president of the American Federation of Steam Engineers, who died at the ronnty hospital yes erday m )in'nT,. wjs the victim of a eold bloodej iilot to murder. He was lured Into a trap and assaulted by an overwhelming number of nun who lay in watt, and after kr.oi.king him senseless by a blow from some blunt instrument, dragged him bead foremost down a long stairway, his assailants kicking and beating him as he went. This, according to John Weber, who was with him when the assault occurred, is tho truth of the tracedy which was enacted last nicht BAD BACK MEDICINE. Morrow' KiiineoiiN Cure We Warrant It Wesavwe waanint Kultieouls to cure bail lack. We mean all we sav ami we jnove our claim ,y those w ho use tiicni in Hock Island.. If we rive you the names of people in ivock isiann wno nave used our cure, it proves conclusively that we tell the truth about it. If we referred to a cure, and told vou some one in Mexico. Brazil, France. California or Maine hail used it with good results. we would expec t vou to sav, if two. pie ti'l cured there, whv not in Kock ii' ii ... isiann.- oo 10 save time aim pain we refer vou to iioople at home, or tier. haps to jH'ople in nearby cities, oiir estwial attention is now asked to l na Smith, 1213 Thirty-lift h street. She U a seamstress. We now ask vou 1 1 listen to a eomiiion-sense talk "for hnlf a iiiinute liefore tellinir her ex iiericnce with Kidneoids. Human lie injrs were never made to lie machines. set stationary in our place. Neilh . . i. .... 1 ... cr stanuin, siitinir, walkiu" or lyiii'T .down for ion jHtimls at a tune. e were built to do tuein all and c!ianre jMisition freiuentlv As seamstress one is required to sit lor hours anil hours at a time without change. In this position the kidneys lo uot have the opportunity to dis charge tys laltors, or d ispose of the fluid that jiasses through it. The I'oisimioiis acius return into t tie sys tem or disease these organs. Desk workers hnd the same trouble. Mi .-slum savs: Mttintr so lomr seems to render the organs helpless. I would have such severe pain iu my back that l rou lit scarcely stoop over, and I never could without severe pain. used plasters on my liaek. but thev never did nie any jjooJ. I then em ployed a doctor with the same result I have used two boxes of Kidneoida that I pot at M. T. Bahnscn's drug store, which gave me relief within a few davs after I liean them. Todav I have a lck that is free from jaiu as it should I, and I can say I feel cured. A trial of Morrows' "Kidne oids is convincing." Druggists sell them at 50 cents, or we mail them to you. Herb Medi ciue company, Spr'iugtield Uhio. at 133 Wash ngton street within two doors of the Central detail pol ce heed- quarters. If what Weber sivs is trus th death of Flnnegan was the result of a premeditate 3 plan carefully laid and carefully raried out by inemlitr of the Hoisting Engineers' union, who had a grievance against the organization of which the irurdered man was president because the memkers tf that organiza tion had usurped the positions vacate! by the hoisting eng:n?ers when the lat ter quit w.rk in sympathy with the stonecutters' strike. PfLLlIAK CITS A WAIEBMELOX. E!;htren Million In That t'omnanv'a Stock To liu. DiTiileil I p. Chicago, July 2. The board of di rectors of the Pullman's Palace Car company has adopted resolutions for a quarterly d.v.der.d of J2 per shari. pay able on and after Aug. 15, and also a special dividend cf $:o per share. The board recommends that the surplus as sets of the company to the extent of J1S.00O.0OO existing at the end of th- current fiscal year should bedistributed to the stockholders of the company, nnd that for such purpose the capital steck should be increased to the su i of $:4.0(i0,(!00, and that increase o:i stock should be is :ued to sliareto'ders in the ratio of one share for each two held by them. CARNIVAL'S CROWNING DAY. Historical Fwreant of Twenty Costly Floati Moves Thniutrll Jlilu aukee. Milwaukee, July. 2. The crowninjj event of Milwaukee's carnival in cele bration of Wisconsin's fifty years of statehood took plaae when the great il luminated historical pageant moved through the principal streets of the city. It was the most beautiful spectacle ever witnessi d in the northwest. The floats numbered twenty, costing $1,000 each, and were divided ir.to four divisions representing the legendary, explora tion, territorial and statehood periods. Mounted pdiee, Nauder's military band. Chief Marshal Colon.-! Harry S. Fuih-r and staff, and a detachment of the Light Horac squadron led the parade. The first lloat of the leganc'ary perhul rep resented the arrival cf the king of the Mound rUiilders. ccstumed as Monte zume, surrounded by Aztec nobles and chieftains. Other floats in thin division were dr pcrlptlve of the fplrii of the Wilder ners, "iJift of the Pence Pipe," "Home of the Oimir.es." and "Pursuit of the lied Swan." Then cnrr.e the period cf exploration headed by Jesuit andchi va lur explorers a flotilla cf four canoes followed ry typical se.-ncs. The terri torial period was Introduced by a beau tiful limit descriptive of the arrival of Coverner Henry liodue. The siene in this group was typical of early day an nc.ls. The lr.st tlivisii n cr re.'ic-d of state hood described Columbia presenting charter of state to a white child repre senting Wisccnsin. which was followed by floats showing the preat advance ment up t the present time. The his torical papeant was followed by a prand ball in the handsome new J1.0C0. '00 publip library and museum build ins, which was attended by fully 7.CC0. DE VILISlT CSmiriN- MISSOURI Cool Cka:irc for tVe Dastard In Work l!ie Insanity I'len. St. I.euls. Ju:y 2. A special to The Post-Uisiiatch from Jackson. Mo., says: James Lail. a, pror.percus farmer, and his wife. livii'B three miles south of hero, were murdered yesterday by John Headriek. a 19-year-old farm hsnr!, who bad been discharged. Headrick shot the farmer four times, killing him. Lail was In his stable currying his hiirses when H.adrlck. who had been watthintr his chance, came upon him and begun shooting. Lail ran out of the stable towards the sprinjr house, whfre his wife was, and fell. Mrs. Lail threw hLTFclf upon her husland and pleaded for hl-n. and then Head rick shot her also and cut her throat. After compelling the dauRhter of his employer to w ash the blood off his clothes He.idrick escaped. A' sheriff's posse is in pursuit. NEW VAS REVENUE STAKP3. Hniulallionft for 200,000,000 'Honored (ireul Itusli for Tlu-in. Washington, July 2. It was sta'.'d a', the intertnl revenue bur.au yes erday that fewer complaints of inability t get the new revenue stamps were re ceived yesterday than were expected. The rcqulsit.ons of the collector fr an estimated three months supp!ic3 amounted to about I400.OOU.000 stamps. These requisitions have been honored to the amount of over 200.CuO.000, and other shipments will be made as rapid ay as possible. In a number of citie3 large crowds are reported as standing in line at the collector s ofllre waHIn? to purchaS3 stamps, but no serious in convenience or trouble has been re ported so far. There seems ta be some danger that the supply i the hands of colleetiars will be exhausted before renewals can reach them but the bureau of en?rav ins and printing and the internal rev enue forces will wrk ni;:ht and 2xy im long as the situatii n seems to require, and before the middle of next week every one, it is expected, will have an ample supply to meet all demands. ' Wisconsin .own I ire Swept. Waterford, V. is.. July 2. The busi ness part of this city was aim st entire ly wiped out by tire last nlht. The blaze stat ted in Noll's geneial store in the heart of the city, some oil b.cdmlng ignited. The BurlinKtnn fir depart ment sent assistance and at midnight the flames wf re und.-r control. The loss will reach about tiO.WKi. lt-ss than half inpured. Alleged Munlerera of Ibtker on Trial. Charleston, S. C. July 2. The pre liminary examinati n of the lynchers of the postmaster at Lake City las'. March, when the postoffice was burned. Baker killed and nls family wounded, began yesterday. Four privates cf the South Carolina volunteers, charged in Co lumbia with complicity were arraigned w ith others arrrsted last Tuefdiy. Moaical Congrraa at Omaha. Omaha. Neh.. July i At yesterday's session of the trans-Mrssissippi musical congress addresses were delivered by William .Sherwocd. the pianist, on -American Music.' and Mrs. Katherine Fisk. of Xew York, contralto, on "Tone, Color and Expression." jrjtrjrArjP'JFjryjFj3?jrj& ? . nm m r . ..a an-... ' - rULMI AMU TtW. iv i f There will l services in the vari ous churches tomorrow as foil ws: Tnntit F-pMonpal. corner of Six h ave nue aud Nineicentb street. Her R. K. Saaft, 8. T. D.. rhetor KfT. K F. Oee. curate. 1-jirly reletirailon. at a. m. Sunaavsrho. at v iia. vs. Manas at 10:0 . ra.: second celebration at i; m.: a-vea unne at 7:3p. in. Monday niorninz celehrat-on kt 7 O'cllK'li. Truiity Eplscona!. corner of Fourth avenue and Seventh street. Rev. R F. Sweet. S. T. U.. recto KoV. E. F lira1, eurale. En song td but day school at S 30 p. m. St. Josephs Komwi Cauiouc, Corner of Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev. Thomas U ackin. dexn and pastor. Mass at s a. m. aaa 1v:m a. m. Vespers at I p. m. Sunday sehool at i p. m. St. Marya Germno Catholic corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street. ner. ucrnara iiaan. piistor. Miuss at P a. m. and 1U.JU n. m. Vesuera at t n. m. sundif acbool at 2:30 p n. oenusn Laitnermn. corner of Twen tieth street and Filth avenue. Rev. C. A. Mennieke pastor. Sen-lei's at 10 a. m. and . "'p m. SiiiMlavscliiHilatsaOp.nl. CimCe l-!lllr!!i.ll l.!1!.niran A.irnp nf Fortv fourth street and Seienlh avenue. Rtrv. Joseph L. alurphy pastor. Services at a. ra. and . i iu. First Swedisn Kvnnrelieal, corner of Fourteenth street and l-niirth iviniii Hi Curl K. aimtt. pastor. Scricc-s.al 10 ) a. ui. ani ,.. p. m. Mimluy school at S p. m. Siou siwenvu l.utliei:in. 2S seventh avenue. Sen ices at 10:45 a. m. and 8 u m. SiiiKlny school at t:.Hi a. m. Uermun Kvanirelieal. Ninth street between Fi:th mid Sixth avenues. Kkv. Tlieo F. Knu per. pastor: services at 10 a. dl anil ; 30 p in. Srr.uav school at i p. m. First Hapiist. comer of Thlid avenue anl Fitteenthatreet. Kev. f aillou K. Taylor l i . U.. rasior. services at lu:4ri a.m. No ev-iiin si-rviee. Sunaav school at M a, tn.. S J. Wootn-.. superintendent. H v. p. it ttt 0:4r. p m . Thorn is amnlipll. lculer Tooie. A Nations Glory. Junior union at tM p. in. Free Swedish mission, corner of E eventh street and Fiitb avenue. Sunday achool at 2 p. m. Services at 3:30 p. m. Fraver meetiug Thnrf.day at p. m. Emanuel Uuptlst. 447 Forty-fourth street. Sunday school at x p. n. A p-.itrioiies-rvice at ":i p. m. Siieeial musie and an address by t'.tl. Tayl-ir. li. Y. K IT. at 6 p. m. Seeoud baptist. IfiJI', Second avenue. Rev. W ellington, pastor; services at II a. in. aud 7:30 p. m. Swedish Hantlst. corner of Twemv-n-st street and Fifth avenue, Kev. Iurerqulst, pa I...: . i vn-va at tu:-.. a. ni. ana i.m p. m. Sunday school at 9:: a. m. First Methodist, comer of Fifth avenue and Nine-tecuth street. Rev. C. O. MuC'ulloh pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 H0 n in. .Morning' sebjeet. A lil-.'htcous War rntriolie service in the cwniiif Sun. (lay scbiN.I at V:3 a. m Junior league at 2:.K p. m. Kpw.mb league at i'. :n in. German Meihodist. comer of Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. II. Ilollniuiiii pastor: services ai 10; 15 a. in. anil 7::i p. in suuiiav scImmiI at :l."i u m. Ie fe si at S p. ni. r:pa-onh leacue at . African Mrtinsnsi. Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. Kev U H Thomas, pasu.r Si r ices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. bun dav school nt 2:M p. in. I'roadway FresDytunan, corner of Twenty third street and Seventh uvanuc. Kev. W. S Manpjls. pastor. Services at 10: 15 a ra. and T.C'i p. in. Slilnli.v s.-hool at te.iO a. 111. Yoiiiie people's mcetinK at 6::io p. m. Central l'ntivienBti. See. no avenue, he tween Fourteenth and Fittoen-.h streets, Ke Ira V.'. Allen. Jr., pastor. Kervin at HM5 a. m. and :0 p. m. I'atriolic service in ihi etenii tr. Suiitloy sch sm at :I5 a. in. Youai; people meeiini.; at 0:40 p. ni. United Fresbytenan. Third avenue and Fo'i'ieenth Mtet Sen ices at 0::m a. iu. and 7:45 p. ni. rreacliinit niorning und even hi'j I'V Ke. I). Lh McNary. i f Si. I loud. l'a. Sur.oay sehool at W.'J al m. ouoi; People's nieetiiiK t ;. m. Aiken Street Chapel, Presbyterian, South Rock Island, Rev. I. W. Allen. Jr., pastor: Sun day t-chool at 8 p. ni. Christian Endeavor meetinK at i p. m. Bcrvicra every Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. South Park Chapel. Presbyterian. Elm street and Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor; Sunday kcuool at 2:30 p. m.; services i'uesaay at . :su p. in. Memorial Christiun, Rev. T: W. Orafton. ras tor. Services at 10:45 a. m.. sulijeet. "The liood i Id Way." The conirrcuutlon will jo n in a union service in the cveului'. Su .lay si-lio.il at W.l.'i a ni. Y. I. S C K at n. If p in. Twenty-ninth Street Rti-day School. Chris tian. Seienth avenue and Twenty ninth street. Itev. T. W. Urnfton, pastor. Sunday school at p. m. Uharl ib.H anv-ln. sunrinte dent : Miss I tta Tanner. seen lary. I'iarr uiecliui; Wednesday evcniUK at 7:15. Saivalion Arniy liarraeka. Ifaw Second ar eni e, services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a. m.. holmes meeting at 10:30 a. m.. chrix linns' nieeting at 3 p. m., salvation meetiui? at i :M p. m. First Clairch of Christ, Scientist, Twenty Hiird street between Seventh and N.hth avenues. Services at 10:45 a. ni , sulijeet: "tlod." Sunday selioni follows this serviee. Tectinioniai nicetinct every Wednes day eveninr at 7rrt. Kesilinc rooms open evety atternoon. except taund .y, from Z to 4. Sunday evening trout . to . Y. M. C. A. liuihling. corner of Third avenue and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:30 p. m. HOW tO IMlU tafMMl. (iooil looks are reallv nioii tlian i i i .. . smii iicct). tie M'litiiii'r ciilirclv on a In-all liv coinlition of all the vital or gans. If the liver lie inactive, ymi have a liilious look: if yourstoiuach bo ilisoidcivil. you have a ilvsicjnic look; if your kitlueys lie affectcl, you have a iiiiched look. S-ciire joinT health, ami you will surely have jtoimI JiMiks. KIcctric Hitters" is a jrum! alterative ami tunic. Acts ilirecliv on the stomach. liver anil kidneys, l'ui-ilics Iho IiIimmI, cures liilllliles. bliilclli-H anil lioils. ami rives a immI complex ion. Kvery hot lie fruur.-mti'Lil. Solil at Hart, I'lleiiicyer's ilru store. oO cents jut bottle. I'llrs! Fllea! Fllesl Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure blind, lilecdinjr, and Itching piles when all other ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays tne ueninjr at once, nets as a poultice t'ives instant relief. Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment is prepared onlv for piles and itchinv of the private parts, and nothing t bte. Kvery box is warranted. Sold by druggists or sent by mail on receipt of price, 60 cents aud $1 per 1mx. William Manlfactiking Co., Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio. Sold by M, F. IJahnsen, Druggist. Win your battles against disease bv acting promply. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents oon- sumpimn. Ami hi later st.i"es it furnishes prompt relief. T. II. I Iioiiibij. A. J. liicss and M. F. fUlm- scn. druggists. Hives are a terrible torment to the lil tin folks, and to some older cures. Easily cured. Dun's Hutment never fails. Instant relief. iM-ruianent cure At any drug store, iii) centi. For sale bv Marshall & Fisher. Brant? la Clood Deep. Ccan Mood means a clean akia. Xo beauty without it. Cascarcls, Camly Cathar tic clean yotir bleod and keep it clean, l stirring ut the lazy iivc-r and driving all iui- uuniiea irora tlie bwlv. lbio toiay to uanisn luinptes, rotis, Motrties, blackheads, and that k klv l.ihoiu niiliiina in- i.l-.... Casrarcta, beanty for ten eenu. Ail dm. . fflata. aatlMfai-tion tfim rm ntu.1 11. o.. r. ... nay. In five hundred has perfectly healthy organs of Feneration. This points to the 6tcrn nicessity of he'o ug one's aclf just as boon as the life powers accm to be on the wane. Excessive menstruation is a sign of physical weakness and want of m in the uterine organs. It saps the strength away and produces anemia (blood turns to water). If you become anemic, there is no knowing what will happen. If yonr gams and the iabide of your lips and inside your eyelids look pale in color, Jou are in a daugcrous way and must atop that drain on your powers. N by Dot LuU4 up on a generous, uplifting tonic, like Vegetable (oninound? Ulaa. Edwis Kiikio. 413 Church SL, says: " I leel it my Uuty to write aud I am better than I have been for I used I yuia h. ruiklaims vegetable t'oiu pound, one package of Sanative Wash, oue box of i Liver Puis, and can say that I am perfectly cured. "Doctors did not help me any. 1 should In my grave by this time if it had not been for your medicine, it was a godsend to me. 1 was troubled with excessive menstruation, ?hich caused womb trouble, A and I wa; obliged ton-main in lied for six weeks. Mrs. linkham's medicine was rvcouiuicndcd after using it a short time, was troubled pain in my kidneys. This, also. I have Compound, for it has cured me. and it will publish tills letter." (Inouchcaseathe Studied That is what the ancients did in time of war. Study the bargain offerings and where to g t them is the thing these dajs, either in times of war or times of peace. Our store has always commanded attention by deserving it. Our stock of furniture surpasses all others in the variety of assortment and fairness of price. We ask only an insp- ction TO CONVIKCE YOU : ; That the purges of the people regulate our prices. The past two years have been close times and our prices are consequently close. Come to our store and see the goods they will please you, we're sure, and you will not regret the time you spend, even if you do not buy. We have many pretty things in every line that should interest you. lie alive to your own inter ests and come to the store that never disappoints. Clemann & Salzmann Cor. Sixteenth Strett and Second Avenue LEADEBS IN FTJ3E2IiTITTjrE Bennett's . . . Hook Gloves. rae urcj BENNETT'S Rock A TALK WITII MRS. TIXKnAlI A.bout the Causa of Anemia. Everybody comes Into this worW with a pre disposition to dihca.se of soiue particular tisue; in other words, everyboily has a weak spot. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred the weak fapot in women is somewlirre In the titer- VIA, me system. The uterine orpans have less rc ,Vi fcistance to dise ase than the vital orcans: that's why they give out the sooticht. Not more than one woman Is a linndrcd Lydia E. I'lukhaw's Ilethlchem, Pa., tell you that four years. have lecn to uie, and. no more with flooding. IalMhaJ sere re' no more. I shall always r.iomnicnd the cure othem. I would like to have von dry form of Cotnpouud should be UavtL) the Stars .FOR ATHLETIC GOODS. Baseball Goods, Tennis Goods, Boxing Goods, Whltcly Exercisers. Goods Hade to Order. GLOVE STORE, Br&IJa Island, III. I. m . mmhii miMflNI. i