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THE A1?GUS, FR'DAY, PECEMJtEli
Highest of a'l in Lcaveni-S Pov. - r
FklDAT. I KOkMBEU 2. IhM.
GOULD IS DEAD.
The Wall Street Wizard Passes
HE BREATHED HIS LAST TODAY.
The ISrlm Ietroypr VNltn the Croat
Mllllnmilre at II U New York Home The
Final Illne and Caune of Death Heen
Reported Dying Of tea IScfbrr llrotrra
Dineav the Matter.)
Kew Yor.K, Drt-- 2. Tliers was no at
tempt made last niclit to conceal the fnt
that Jay Gould was seriously ill. At mid-
night he was unconscious, and it was said i
might die at any
moment. The mem. '
iters of Jiis family j
jkwere all in the
... .inn r. t iiiur'a ;
, it, J !
f'S oil ... il. I
" iinjmiiml me 1
,hnuse door were
answered by the
fePlOi bailor, who said:
fe, A N "Mr. Gould is very
' I. is family plivsi
ay cjottld c;;,n) several tinn s
during t hu i.iy called on Mr. Gould and
was with him all the evening.. Dr. Jane
way was in consultation with Dr. Mu.-n
yeHterday ami this fait strengthened the
rumor that Mr. Gould's recent hemor
rhages were from the lungs and not from
the stomach. A later report of Mr. Gould's
condition said he was .still unconscious, with
little hope that he ,ould live.
Siirn That the Worst Is Feared.
Dr. Mnnn refused yesterday to make any
definite statement nliout Mr. Gould's ill
ness. George Gould admitted last night
that it was serious, and at 9 o'clock sent
down word from the sick-room: "My
father's condition is very low." Kvery
room in Mr. Gould's hone at r79 Fifth
Mveni.e was illuminated, and this in itself
whs unusual enough to attract attention
' rum ;)a-Mrsl)y on I ho street. Two coaches
ne i:, f.nrc .f tiie house all the evening.
. i'n: Id's -,u:-lini;in ami butler werp on
duty nil niglit. There were other signs lu-dic-atin-
that I lie worst was feared.
'Hie I'.rckers JiUi-uhs Matter.
Mr. Gmilds i'im ss was i!!sr-u-seil by t'-e
brokers nnl Wi.il street men who path' r
every iiit.hr at. the Windsor hr-ti-l, arid it
was I he u.-i.eral ot.inion that it wi:s much
more serious than .-.ny of his r revious at
tacks. When Mr. Gould has suffered from
his periodic;;', attacks of nervous dyspepsia
previously the members of his family have
lieen slow to admit that he was sick at all.
He has snlTered from these attacks of
dyspejisia followed by nervous prostration
about twice, a year. None of them has
really been considered to be dangerous by
his family physician. Dr. Mnnn, and yet,
owing to Mr. Gould's financial relations,
much ha boon made of tlium.
Mr ioulil is Iead
Jiiiw Yor.K. f) 2 .I.v G-.u'd died
tit's m uni g t J.3.. Tin: trouble l.hs
"em .;au"n sed n eippiir ''on f fie
nciM b siiDy' tpont-.'i won s bilious a
tcU. It has bei n leirpcd unon I r-e rest
xuinot'.tv i luil list Weduchdny Mr.
OodI'I W'B bc'z , wiiti a htnorr-in-
of t it s'orn tch. ti,
recoven d htdvwIh'. '"Yts erflav t;
im(J MHi biT un l ni.'r.-serious one. Dr.
Jrie" as r. iilci into corn-till wr
Dr M'lt'i, hm ttrey couiju'led thnt 'bfirc
whs no imrncsiia c ;j ner. hut a rei,ise
per in I ite e.rfsy from wbicn he r'.rri
f.or fcovcr. '
BEEM OFTEN REPORTED DYING.
raliM Kuuiur Current w Less than Twen
r j -liic Tline.
Xot less than t iventy-ive times has Mr.
Gould Ik-ou reported to lie dying. On each
rf these occfi.si.ins Mr. Gould's son and his
physicians have assured all inquiries that
he was not r-orrously ill. For this reason
litilffai'.h wus pt;t in the rumois that hae
floated around Wall street for the post few
days about Mr. Gould's present illness. It
was said that be wus mrnplr Mi.Tering from
the periodical return of i.is old complaint.
It has been s si.'.'stod liun.ig the yeara in
which Mr. Gould has been more or less of
cn invalid that his lungs were the seat of
Too Vek to ; South.
Win n George Gould went to bis office in
the Western Union building yesterday
m -ruing, however, he stated that his father
as worse and he was really seriously sick.
Tnis was the first authentic information
as to Mr. Gould's critical condition that
h :d hircn rer ive I. Mr. Gould did not rest
well Wednesday uight, and it was then
. Ih t his family liegnu to get seriously
, a uniied about him. A few days ago it was
el ted that Mr. Gould had made his prepa
rntion to go to El Paso for the winter.
Tnis trip was abandoned because, in the
oipinion of Dr. Munu ,Mr. Gould was not
n a; non:,'h to trkiJ It in his state of
health. George Gould and some of the other
niei.ibers of the .umily were up uj;rt of
W eiinesday night with the sick man.
liUereriitui! by r.nssoll Sage.
When George (ion Id appeared at h'B
odice yesterday ho looked haggard and his
e-.e- showed the lack of sleep. Beyond the
sia.eMient that his father was worse he de
ciucd to say anything about his illness.
KuM;d Sn4i;di'.rediLed yesterday the re
fi i t, th.-.t hir. Gor:ld was seriousl sick, and
h - "lie is simply suffering from anorl i r
'tacks. Mr. Gould i. .
- r. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
taxea unnseit auring cue m; jiimmng
Thanksgiving by attending three meetings
down-town. George Gould told me that
after his father's last trip d wn-town he
was compelled to go to led and he h;is been
there ever since."
Few Callers Admit-ed.
Dr. John P. Mnnn, who has been for
many years Mr. Gould's piiy.sijia.ri, paid his
first call at the house at 0:W) o'clock yester
day morning. There were many other
callers, but only a few of then were admit
ted. No one but the members of the fam
ily and physicians were admitted to the
house in the evening. Miss H den Gould is
confined to her bed with a sevt re cold. Mr.
Gould's sons, George, Edwin, Howard, and
Frank, and his daughter, Miss Annie,
were in his room during the evening.
WHAT SHALL WE DO- FOR THEM?
A Question engaging the Attention of
Pittsburg Ministers Jnsl Now.
riTTSJimtii, Dec. -J. At least 150 inmates
of disorderly houses who have been ordered
to leave the city at once gathered in the
mayor's office at the City ha.l yesterday.
The scene was a most unusual one and a
large crowd were soon attracted through
curiosity. The women insisted upon seeiii;
Mayor Gourley, and when he made his ap
pearance they wanted to know what they
weretodo. Mayor Gourley then made a
speech to them. Me said he was sorry for
them; that his action was taken at the de
mand of the good people of the city, b-'t
he had nothing to offer them except that
he would find out what the poo ile who Lai!
insisted on his action intended to do.
Propose to Take Cure of Them.
Cora Hastings, one of the laui'ladies, si:ki
many of the women lived awa from here,
but they had no money and no friend .
The women then went to Chief linmn's
ollice, but the chief was out, and they de
parted. They went down Smitlitield street
V Fifth avenue in a body, attracting 'i
preat deal of attention. The t imistcrs of
the city propose to at once take care of the
won. I'll. Active measures will lie taken to
provide rooms for those who h-ad ino- i
lives. In this connection an eaiplowiu nt
agency will lie established, if the Methodist
association can prevail. Hundreds of tie
women left yesterday for ot infrc it ;cs, n ; .-1 1 1
going to heeling, Cincinnati. Clevei;:nd.
IWilumbus and Chicago. Sever., i said lie
did not know what they woul:do. when
theyreached their distillation. ' c:y ic of
Uieui had mote than enough me icy to .in
chase tucir iteels.
IT'S THE WAY OF THE VOPLD.
The I!is liasciiN .el!-rally Do 1..cmf a
Wasi!IXi;ton, Dec. a. In re-mrd to tii-j
anion it. t!ie trial of Special t't :-iii .i.y.il
Grauiiciiamp in T-hiludelphin f r i;::u.:;ig
false returns Stiperiiitenueiit .'irt.t s.td
V( -stcrtiay thai then- wen-two '. of of-
liciais in the census one, thi poor ;;nd
despised cnuiiierator who was k c.e l f; uu
door to door, and v. ho, if he eouri it j,.,; ; ;,e
lightest infraction, was aioeiia ite oii ' r
the law and seveii-iy puntsh. i., arul . u.
oiher'.tie s;iecial agent, wiiucouid commit
almost any crimes short of r.. lrdcr and
the law paid no attention to hi.-; : as.
The Trouble Is with me Law.
Agent, Grainic!i:i:iip, wiLu se i-r.il oth
ers, he stiid, talsi:ieii t he returns atm-red
by them. 1'riKif of this point was pcsitive.
Nevertheless the court, i.i interpreting th,
law under which euumerutots uud sjie' lal
agents were appoiuted, declared : hat wutle
it s;iecilicallj- states the Jienaity f r im no
tions in the ettse of enumerators it provjil- s
no peii.-iiry w uatever for otl'enscstomutitu d
by sp.-cial ngeuis..
Sreuti.of a Precinou. Jit y.
DlM lltu. X. Y., In-- 2. Waller Scott,
the hoy w iio wrote u letter (o li e i,. ; .. i
T'liies !;Lst Marcb (ieru'iii'tng the i.ttcr
ariecs of tl e ij.iisi: p.i;.e:s ie;;;ti-.i;i. ; our
fi u it o i i.::i. ..,il ht . c V i - i.iv,
g d Vt'.i:ig :-.'.; t vriM a gr. t.d oii oi
.1. 'i. ''.:i I'viito: (if '.tit-
i-.vci it,:; O.u: '".el. il:- M ,i ..,,.:.
htt.r.ei ... .ij::'e i,t s .i 101 t.oi:,- , ,;,.u .- s
a eo:...! tr . . . .,r m v. , (l j
oi :. e t .ii..'c t,' in; 1 1-
Came iiiteiiM I; !.'i :" ('. m ii:e 'i sio: v of
the country and watche.. n.e .-,ics(,f
the ditticalty w ith the dus t a... .mou.
Mr. I.lovil Is in i.ai-U.
ClIICACO, IVc. J.li. V. L.oyd, who has
been hunting a rt-spous:bIe posi. ioa in the
general western ollice of tin- I nit"d Pres
in this city, an 1 who had previously been
at difierent tunes suenutendeiit of the
Americau Union Telegraph company in
Philadelphia, manager ot the Western
Union company in Pittshurg, superinten
dent of the Baltimore and Ohio 'lelegruph
company at Cincinnati and attached to the
bureau of the United Press at Wat liington,
has been appointed superiiitendei.i of the
Central Union Telephone company for the
state of Ohio.
Uncle Tom's Cabin for ChintKO.
New Orleans, Dec. 2 A special train
on the Texas and Pacific railroad Wednes
day removed lroni Chopin station the resi
dence of "Uncle Tom," the hero of Harriet
Beecher Stowe's novel, "Uncle Tom's CVIc
iu." This cabin has been pointer, out for
years past as Uncle T'u'e domicile
duririB his stay iu this section, li will 'be
taken to Chicago and put on exhit ition.
Frank Cooley's Parent Arrest
Uniontown, Pa., Dec. 2. T
parents of 1'Vauk and Jack Co-
notorious outlaws, were arrested
and held in $1,500 bail each fortheii
ance at the December term of court
are charged with receiving and co
stolen goods, and there are seven :
informations against each of them.
Dr. Kcott's Funeral.
WaphingtoK, Dec 2. The funeral ser
vice of Hev. fir. John W. Scott took place
at the White House yesterday, j ist five
weeks from tnc day when the services over
his daughter, the wife of Presidcu t Harri
son were held iu the same place. It was
j lurgcry abteitu'-a by tr.-; .a ut its cv t-
citihto:: i ie Doui wa lorwatded to v. asll
ingt n. Pa.
The Illinois Statesman on an
NO EXCUSE TOR PUTTING IT OIT.
The New Congress Kleeted to Smash the
MeKinley lie Says, and the Smash
Must Come Promptly The Tie Vote in
Kansas Hecided in Favor of the Kepiih
1 leans, and the Populists Hectare Thete
Is a "Nigger in the Wood Pile "Polit
Washington, Dec. 2. Hon. William M.
Springer isback at his desk in the ways and
means committee room. Springer agrees
that an extra session should lie called. He
said: "We have denounced high tariff as a
robbery and promised to relieve the poopie,
and I do not see how we can evade the re
sponsibility. All talk aliout shocking the
nerves of the business community is ridic
ulous. I do not think it will affect business
interests any more than an election would.
Importers and others have already begun to
prepare for a new rati ft" bill, and I think
the country is as ready for it to come in
March as to hove it postponed until De
sember. V. :i a Low TarSir Victory.
"The ;. r it victory won in the last elec
tion was ;i h.w tiiritf victory. In Illinois
we had a Ciir. .;uare light on the merits of
tao McKinley law and the result v.-;s
against that measure. The new tariff bid
wiii not h" modeled after the Mills bill, for
1 1 1 u aie.ssiiiv was intended to cut down a
suriivs of :?l(i,''Kl :),(KK) ia the treasury,
v. . .ie li.e i'.'v t i iit bill must lie so con
: . : red e.. i ? raise revenues. The ;v :iue
'' I ' tiv ail .nlds tiie most j.t-ti- , . :;t
s,a;.. ... .it ', e iii c.l tin yti:t --s.,!!!
tor nooiii-.-i p;:-i.or.e i! wo".!c. u -,.ir
to lllec. i ..l ... .1 ie t:i" 1 1 . as,:i y, wh.i !l
atthe' ndo ; ..e ; '.v will n.n anywhee
from ..'iii.tK1,!! hi to l-lOO.l'Oo.ooii.
LersS lluly and IihtchsciI lteenuos.
"The Hejiiibhc.-iiis object to the cari'.T
hi lis passed ny the last i a mocrat ic house
on the ground that they decreased revenu. s
$:i;i.l(Hl,tKk! without affording any compen
satory icci ii)'. 1 lie aiiswer to the ouestioa
is found tn the history of Cue sug ir t ix.
i ne year sucveeiiing t he p'acing of siij. .ir
on the free list tin- consumption of tlt.it
article iiicc.iseii -.4 per cent. The increa.s.-d
coiisttiitpiion ii. ;;.ie:i .u'oisls 4 per e. tu.,
wLicii.it is re .soti.dde ti'suppose.will follow
the ptissage of the Wool btil, would cause
not only a larger iniKi:-taiio!i but a largt r
pr.shici ion t i meet the increj.seii demand.
The importation of f!dii,')ou,iu0 worth of
wooii n jiisis would mean a revenue under
my bill of i;ST,i .),( mu. tinier too present ;.ro
hi!itory laii'.I'the revenue is only aoc. t
Tlio Aiitc-Llection Policy.
Springer is ol the .pinion that the IVtno
cr.alc tuiil poiiey of the i.'isL house
s'tvtiglh. tied the p tiiy's position in lite
i.i;c campaign, llesr.ys: "it would have
been folly for ;is to have framed under
those conditions a oomph te tariff, bill
w iot h t otihl never have In-come a law ami
the proi tsiou.t .1 w Licit would have been
putt ij" ti-ntioive. A bid of this natti.e
woui-t have invited crit It-ism and attack
w hich wottid J-a ve placed U on the deleti
s:ve on the eve of a prc-idciit ial campaign,
Hiid would have titiowed tiie Kcjiubtn e.ns
tuitivert p-.ti lie a; te..ti ia :io:n the McKin
ley biii In the i.i w measure.
lite; It. Ill (he Is-ne Down.
"O.tr poii.- w.,s To .iviid tin- issue down
Hi nt y
no ,-;i, . .
the lit . . .
: oi'i out pn uni
te features ami
our po.diii n
;i iicy won. in
. , Hi apt 'i.j-
i..i its t. u iff
i - Vl It tvl'pt i. u
no! h i . Ih -!i
i 'it- co .:,! ry a
.. I .1 :: .-lass of
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1 . ' I .- J t . ,i,oC ,.i Oil
'-" ' ' ' i -i ; - - :u .t. iiy
-' I 1; ' . airi e -ntrcl
ot l.i- tt.i.u not., e oi the ii i. islalure. It
v.tir tio;.o: o Ie li, ;-t t si itt-.tit nts trtun the
Mi'io- s roetitbers cm. piling the retirio
b n..;l e hlOli diil not ooiill.ci. Secret. ,i y
i'-,. ,;:.s AtsU-d that ' i resist, rt-r Sto,n-
i.e.. tnc imdiHS and the auditor declare i
that it was Secretary liitcgins.
Poui.sts Wnxir.v --teli Wroth.
The to-vn v.as in k state of excilemertt
oM'i- titr a;i!iounceuieiit.!i:id the fusion p.,i
iticntiis liec.o! that tliey will not Huhiui.
to u hi-t t:u-. term "the outrage." In an iu-T.-ivie-.T
last tiight Auditor Hovey gave
lats vets'tiiii of tiie drawing: "kjguteeit bal
lots weiv deposited in a hat, one of which
was it-.arked 'lsiUiuger.' th. name of the
Ki'piibhcnn candiduie, and another 'Kict.'
the Popuiitit cauuidute. The ballots were
placed in. tit venior Humpurey's hat and
set on a thi. ie. a. id Secretary of State Hig
gu;s turned itis back mid tuew the ballots,
'i ne first eigh werv blanks aud the ninth
was 'iiollinger.' "
New Illinois Sta e Ofllcera.
SfniNullFLP, Iiis., Die. 2. State Secre-Liiry-eltH-L
Dinrichseii has announced the
appointnteiit of T. . ilusseil, thturmau of
tun Christ tan county Democratic commit
tee, to succeed Captain S. P. Moody, who
has been chief of the corporat ion depart
ment for thirteen years. Mr. Hinrichsi-n
t-etiTjpomted Miss M. Jennie Kohinsou, of
Sri:igtield, stenographer and typewriter.
Geoi ge V. Hrenuau, of Joliet, will have
one of the clerical positions.
Another "Metropolitan" Fake.
New YollK. Dec. 2. In reference to the
report that he had lieen offered the secre
taryship of the treasury by Cleveland, Fair
child yesterday said to a representative of
the United Press that he had not now and
never had the slightest reason to suppose
that Cleveland wished him to take any po
sition under his administration.
North Dakota Jor HarrWon.
Bismai.uk, N. D., Dec. 2. North Dakota
has given its vote to Harrison with thirtv-
ix counties reported and three counties
unofficially nut correctly returned. Harri
son has 11 trore votes than Weaver. It ie
Possible that the higite tt PoputUo elector,
Kondesvclt, has recviv-i mo.-e vutos th;:ii
the lowiiSL liu.rii;-A)!t t lector. Suort
vidge, Pup., lor i;-e:;or, has a
majority of 1722 over Burke, Rep.
Johnson, Kep., carries the state for con
gress by a plurality of (i,772. Dahl, Rep.,
is elected secretary of state by a majority
of a little over 100. The other state candi
dates elected are all Populists.
Official Vote in Illinois.
SrRlxcFiKLD, Dec. 2. The official vote of
I'liuois has been received and canvassed
a-.l the results can now be stated with ab
solute accuracy. They are as follows:
For president, Cleveland, 420,2JS1; Harrison,
a!l,SS; Ibdwell, 2a,70; Weaver, 22.20TS
Cleveland's plurality, 26,!)!R For gover
nor Altgeld's plurality over Kifer is 22.S18.
Her Father ISt-rveil Umler Washington.
New Vohk, Dec. 2. Mrs. Ann Wam
ImiIiI dieil Wednestlay morning at the house
of her daughter, Mr-;. Sarah Hiicon. She
was 8'J yeitrs old. Her father was David
Stewart, who fierved seven years in Wash
ington's army and fought in several of the
most notable battles of the revolutionary
Fx-iiov. iiear at His New Post.
Washington, Dec. 2. Kx-Goverutir Gear
has formally assumed the duties of the as
sistant secretary of the treasury. The
president has delegated to him the power
to sign treasury warrants, and also author
ized him to act as secretary of the treasury
in certain contingencies.
What It t'nstii to Carry Mails.
Washington, Dec. 2. The annual report
of J. ' Iowrie ileil. the second assistaut
post master general, shows that the annual
rate of exenditure for mail transportation
on June yo, Wfi, was its follows: Total in
land mail sen-ice. '4l,..3.",;ir2; foreign mail
service, .s;K. il.V
What the Souvenir Coins Wcich.
WASiiiN;T"N, Dec. 2. If it should lie of
Interest to i'tiy one to know, the tact may
Ik- sta-.ed on authority that the Colu-t-i.i
it iw.lf dollar souvenir coins weii,a
:,s. s-io mail -. oi whiun 34V. 21 grains are
.s.n. r, iiiid :-, "S grains copper.
Eighty-five lives are reported lost through
the sinking of a Japanese warship by col
lision with a Hritish stetirner.
The boar.l of directors of the Westing
lmuse Klectric and Maiiufacl itrtng com
pany htisih-ol.-ired the semi annual dividend
of Sl4 per cent, on the preferred stock, pay
able Jan. 3 next. Trans.'cr liooks close Dec.
20 and reopen Jan. 4.
The College hotel at Florence, Ala., was
destroyed by lire. The building and con
tents were valued at ?22.0tK); insured for
115,000. The College hotel was the hand
somest hotel property in that section.
Kx-Goveruor Hoyt. of Pennsylvania,
died at his home iu Wilkesbarre, l'a., at
the age of IVJ.
"Hid" Maa-js. a tough character living nt
Louisville, Teiiit., commenced to beat his
wife with Uie butt-en.l of his revolver, when
his 1 l-ve.u'-old daughter Nellie into i fercd.
She tried to wrest tiie weapon from him,
and it was discharged, kiiiinghcrinstantly.
Hev. J. C. Hell, colored. !aiinit;g to ', a
general agt t.t f the .!ri;;i:i Meth.islist
church, was ariested at Champaign, l!is.,
char ;e.l with obralning nioney under false
The Dciawaj-a a;;! H
pany h: i!cclnre:i itr': .
dead of 1"4 per cet::., ;..t
transter o..os l eopett !;
The lhuitsvil e (Ala. I
ir.ir over . :h: y !i,!!:ii, L
oh iiig to t in- !.;; i ,o j.j,. ,
d- ! Canal com
tl (itiarterly tiivi
t'.i i- Dec. l."i, and
.-. si i.. p.
col u ;i s'.
the l w pin
The :k.IIs h,
running ior over ten yea
The "nitsii- ss pors:;-ii t
gutt-il !; tire, c:i,.sij a
Governor Peck i n . i
Anihr.a-it- c-i.-.l l.as !
Hauiiiton c e.nu . !.:.. i.
few feet ii'.ow I...' s.l;
thought t.i be i:i p . y.-..:
t'owin. I:i., was
s of -V, i.tlLHt.
. : .col. . u jxive
V ot V.SU, Cieve-
.t disr-ov.-red in
.! dep; U ol tint a
ace. t he lind is
'.si: titles a:..i ai:
orgauizatioii wiii be effected to deve.op it.
M. Hrisson is trying to patch up a
new cabinet for France, with indifferent
The employes of the government gun
factory of W.-ttervIict. X. V., are on a strike
la-cattse one man la required to watch two
John Fitzgiblioii, poor commissioner at
Neeitah, Wis., is dead, aged N years. Ho
was a brother of tiie Ivev. Father Fitzgib
bon, of Whitewater.
The expt-ndii ures of the Michigan Demo
cratic state ceti mil committee in the re
cent campaign, as appears by Chairman
Can. pau's affidavits, were 10,20.92.
Judge E. I. Lane, the presiding judge of
the county court of Cass county, Mo., now
in jail at Kansas City by order of United
States Judge Philips for not ordering a
t ix levy to pay interest on railroad bonds,
has received official notification that he has
been chosen representative of his county in
the next legislature.
The widow of "Diamond Jo" Reynolds
has given t-jr.O.ooo to the Chicago univers
ity. To Tuna Molten
'u' st- for the firt ti:n to undergo
fmoV coTeiest 'rial, c fiVr jon, cot
: v stujior reused by. chloroform. )th
r'.f ' dentb for vourseif or your desriy--.v.d
nd lontert-for ofTeprim;, but
"V other's Fri- nd." a remedy weich will.
' inn d so rlirerlrd, itivariablv Btli-viate
Mie pinB, horror- and ri-fcs of labor, tnd
i n tnlii-ely do Ht. with ibtir,. Sold
Hnftz & P..n-n.
T Ht Taken Several
H ?'e of Hrnri field s Pen. sir Reeulator
or r-iljirijr of he wo nb i d otl.t r din -few
r tnoi-id or '6 visrg tnri'rn. snd I
.-I.., f ifbive I i-.ru C'tred nrire.l . lor
wei.-h ple.ise aoii-p' mi 'hsnk.
Mus W. E. SiEEBIH8 KiiigC. On
H ild tiy Hartz & BL-iicer..
That's a good way
to buy a medicine,
but it's a pretty
under which to srll
it. Perhaps you've
noticed that the or
Idinary, hit or miss
medicine doesn't at-
II I tempt it.
I I The only remedy
of its kind so re
markable in it eiTocta that it can be sold on
this plan is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. As a blood - cleanser, strength -restorer,
and flesh-builder, there's nothing like it
known to medical science. In every disease
where the fault is in the liver or the blood, as
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness, and the
most stubborn Skin, Scalp, and Scrofulous
affections, it is guaranteed in every case to
benefit or cure, or you have your money back.
To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter
how bed the cn?a or of how long stand
ing, tho proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Itemed y say this: "If we cant cure it,
Perfectly nti rT lttv, we'll pay you
500 ia cr. ' dni--ists.
i x i "-1
Home Comfort Shoos.
These populur Fhoes, sfier a thorough trial, prove to be the .,
combining wsrmrh, pliability, durrbiiity and noiselespnefs.
Business men. mechsiDics snd farmers find them a source of i - j ,rni,(
the fireside, sfer labor, to which no foot wear compiires. The ij,
and these Noiseless Foot Warmers become inseparable Quiet'? the
dren glide from room to room wit:, these light shoes, wl.icn h- v m, ,
or ehnrp edees to iDjure carpets or furniture. These (dines era i m,
adapted to the use of nurses, invalids, elderly people or anyone tr .1
wilh rold nr t tirl.r fct TK...p vittat.tlt n-n o I. v..
..... u... v. . u u. . . . i. tui.ii
it -rcr; iintiig, cien'cs rui' conirori, iDninmes mem 8t p-ipulsr. "T i . -v
worn on the "stocking ttel " Elegant for toe bath or dresiintr r , ,( t
ovorsboes for flippi rs rid'rg to or trom p- rties or bMg. I'hey r,. w,i!
h hand nn a lust I f wnn'ctn filling f -1 ol tt t at fi.. ...
up !he instep, thickly lined with
tough rust-ett sole. Afk us about them.
AArigtit & Oreerjeiw, ilt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Drift 1 1 &
IN THS CITY.
At never before
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1311 Second Avenue.
A Revolution -
"A Revelation to Close Buyers'
Don't waste your time (and lose a bargain) by
asking yourself "will 1 want a new clonk?" of course
you will, every woman having an eye to good dress,
wants a neat cloak, especially when they are offered
at the following prices: " '-'
Ladies' Jackets wcr'.h
10 df zti eilk Velvet lials
choicest slrpe-p. in all colore,
5 c! z-?t silk V-;vt-t i ait-,
13 dt zen French Felt Hate,
7 dozen Wool FeltIIa'8.
Trimmed llntB t Janhfer prices
Wrapper? in a'l the latest ftj!- ai d f ric-
Come and us before purchasing.
114 W. Second
itiiauiitij Dit't naimui, 1 1 y re;c(;tt flf ,
... t..t, vtl.tllt..! Of-, flt.tj t.j.fi.
wool, uuiltpd ou. nd have
finest Jin1 of-
heard of price;
?2 CO, at dowc to $22 f 0
25 75. " 16 50
19 25. 44 " 14 25
1 1 25
made on frames, a 1 this nnaHon's
worth i 50 for 75 oiitt3.
Be,';ver edge, worth $2.00 for -l 0)
tif-w ft)peF, wr.r:h $2 00 fr ?1
new shapes for 48e, w.-rth $
Street, Davenport, Iowa.