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THE OMAITA JAILY BJ3K : SATfUDAY , Jt'MS - 189 .
save more than f on men's and s' suits Absolutely nothing can prevent its being the greatest clothing sale of the decade. TODAY YOU GET THE CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE "V i T-4 -4 J. Whole Clothin Of Strauss , Glaser & Co. , ( ± "s7 ess ) Chicago , Ills. FACTS. about this d 4 Otl purchase. clT 11 It displays You get the newest up-to-date ready-to-wear clothing , for men and boys , splendidly made , the immense i'orcc of spot artistically designed , faultlessly fitting , properly lined , every garment absolutely perfect cash. in every detail , at LESS THAN COST OF THE BARE CLOTH TODAY AT It's a boon and Douglas to those who need clothes It shows what experienced - PROPRIETORS. rienced will buying ,50 for men's $3.98 for men's $7.90 for men's $9.98 for Men's BOYS'SUITS bring to you $6 all wool suits $7.50 suits $15 all wool suits $20 silk lined suits Si 60 BOYS' WOOL SUITS at 49c , Boys' -fancy vesloo The - firm"V ' Men's worsted All the very finest suits and double greatest This is an elegant This includes men's fancy 491 clothing o and priced suits bargains lot of men's fine , cool all wool cassimere suits , black and mixed highest kuco size ; t punt to 14 ycard ever known. cassimere suits and suits , nobby Scotch clay worsted suits , neat from this purchase , lin $2,50 $ BOYS' ' SUITS at 85o , ed with the best oracles Boys' navy blue It is the cheviot fancy mixture suits black C3 opportunity nobby , Scotch and natty tweed of silk and satin , in embroidered suits , and light and vestee ( lurk of a life time. suits , good all around busi worsted cutaway suits , and fancy cassimere suits , fancy worsteds and imported double eassimoro breasted and Cheviot suits , ness suits , well cut and well carefully made , and far superior blue suits , latest clay worsteds , English tweeds , , BOYS'SUITS ' at $1,98 , $0 serge style , $5,00 $ llUUl A series of made , positively regular rior to anything ever offered etc. , equal in every respect tea AH the boys' linost grand suits , go on sale today at at such a price. finest quality , tpday at a custom tailor made garment suits in this purchase , clothing fiuiey vostoo 198 double broiibtod bargains. nil M/.OS ! 1 to 15 , years BO at Fortunate $6 $ YOUNG MEN'S ' SUITS at $2.50 , for . \11 the boys' and yuung men's long pant you. , niii's ' in wool oansimoro and 6 I fancy A perfect uhoviots demonstration in faixcs 13 to 19 years , go at tion of our AlTtho continual BOYS' KNEE PANTS , 5c selling from this purchase of , good clothing 5 Special and Wonderful Bargains in Furnishing Goodfe Today. for much less 100 dozen's men's white 50 dozen Men's silk front shirts , Men's line balbriggan - Men's line silk suspenders tf money Laundered Shirts , Boys' colored Men's colored percale ' than any men's pufl bosom fancy 2Qr c shirts , with detached gan Underwear penders and men's I Laundered Shirts , , C , fcl white shirts , men's color y cuffs and collars and and fancy striped sum- " heavy wont suspenders i other firm cd bosom white laundered 1/u with collars and cults attached , . men's summer neglige rner underwear , worth up" worth 500) . . . dered shirts , go at a bat-pain even at UJC RO at. shirts , go at to a dollar , yo at go at DUN'S ' REVIEW OF BUSINESS Tailures for the Month of May Smallest 'Ever Known. ' RAILROAD EARNINGS SHOW INCREASE Cotton GooilM in SU'luly ll < Miinml , \otwltIiHifiiiillniv Illnlicr 1'rluos Wheat HUN Vnrlvil til Crop lleportn. ' NEW YOniC. June 2. n. J. Dun & Co.'s "Weekly Hovlew of Trade tomorrow will say : Aprlf failures woie the smallest over re ported in any month. May failures arc nearly $2,000,000 smaller , , only C2.8 per cent of the smallest per cent reported in any month and only 3I.C per cent of those in .May UiHt year. Defaults wera $3,820,681 , or 43.7 cents on $1,000 , against 70 cenU in April , $1.19 In March and | S.02 in September , 38'JC. Comparison with previous years indi cates that the ratio of defaults to business lias never been as small In any other month AS in Ma'y , 1S99. Doth in manufacturing and trading failures were the smallest ever known la any month , and in each branch eight of the fourteen classes showed smal'lcr failures thnn In May of any other year. In dealing with times llko iltcso the chief dllllculty IB to avoid the accidents of ex travagance. The actual is beyond uxparl- cncc , and if its naked recital invites in credulity and well reasoned forecast of the future it Is a gala , Nobody lias known until this year and the last month how great the American demand for products might bo It Is Bclcntificallv affirmed , that in the thirty years which iollow the change from the girl to the woman , beginning- fifteen mid ending at forty-five , the average woman hpcnds ten years of that time in physical Buffering caused by irregular period * , disagreeable drains , fe male troubles , or oilier derange , ments of the functions of the delicate female organs. Irlll < H Think of ill One-third of the best years of a woman's ' life spent ui a struggle with pain. 3Ek ItMfMib wonder that \votnen everywhere nrc full of unbounded praise ami cnuitmle for Ur , Pierce's Favorite Presciiption. It docs away with all buffering due to the dis eases of the organs peculiarly feminine. It regulates the periods , stops the disagacablc drains heals inflamed atul ulcerated conditions - ditions , and cures female weakness. It brings all the delicate female organs into natural , healthy and harmonious action. There Is no opium or other narcotic , and no alcohol , whisky or other alcoholic stimulant in "I'avorite Prescription. " Sick women arc invited to commit Dr , Pierce by letter , without charge , Write freely , livery letter is treated n * strictly private and wcredly confidential. , MmM. IMtOUg. of I.c I.oup , Franklin Co. , Kans. , writes ; "Words cannot express how Cratcful I aia for your kind advice and good ' medicine * . I have been la poor health more or . less all my life la the past nine years grew worse , onu two years ngo I was to poorly could hardly drag around , I consulted a specialist , aud he said I had ulcerntlou and llul an opera tion would have to be performed , This did not eeem necessary to me , so time went by. and I at U t wrote to Dr , I'icrce asking ndvlce. I bought two bottles of ' I'avorite Prescription , ' two of the Discovery' nnd two vials of the 'Pel lets' a * advised , When commencing I weighed I19& & pouudn. uud after taking one bottle of rath I was like a new wouiau , In one month I gained eight pounds. After taking two bottles each of the medicines named , I begaa to look like a woman and not like a wasted skeleton. That ncary tired feeling all left me , nnd it did seaa its though life was worth living. " . . 'Dr. Picrce'a Pellets cleanse the skiu , \ nnd it does not stop short because It has been largely anticipating the future , as many expected , but still drives buyers to order more , as if no future had been antici pated. In actual payments through clearing houses business is EG per cent larger than fast year nnd 38.1 per cent larger than In 1892. In railroad earnings , notwithstanding differences in rates , business Is 5.7 per cent larger than last year and Si.ti psr cent larger than in 1892. Moro than twenty years ago the demand for iron was called the industrial barometer nnd It claims the place yet , when the de mand passes all belief. Many more furnaces have gone Into blast nnd yet the famine grows more severe. Pig has risen this week CO cents to | 1 at Chicago and grey forgo 25 cents at Plttsburg , billets actually selling there for ? 3 moro than the standard prlco for steer rails. Plates are BO needed that $5 premium Is paid for Juno or July delivery. Structural works arc far behind and are ox- nnnloil In ntlvnnpn nrlpna. Shpfit Works COH- . . not fill orders , though $5.25 is paid for black No. 27 at Plttsburg , nnd bars are stronger , with cut nails 10 cents higher. Pig Iron has advanced 8.5 per cent In May and finished products 2.6 per cent. Coke works are overcrowded and prices are higher. Minor metals arc all dull , tin at 26.5 cents , copper at IS1- ; cent : ? for lake and load at $1.45. Cotton goods are steady , with Increased demand , notwithstanding higher prices. The wool speculators seem to bo preparing such trouble for themselves as they were in nearly two years ago. They are buying largely , but manufacturers arc not , although orders for goofls have Improved and the de- I mand from clothiers begins to encourage i agents. Sales for the week nt the three chief markets were 8,177,800 pounds , 4,312- 200 last year , 5,835,900 In 1897 , when specu- [ lotors were trying to realize prices , and I 6,610,800 In 1892. I Wheat has been lifted Illghtlly on all ( torts of icports and then dropped , closing 1 cent higher thnn last week. Uoturns for n broken \\oek Indicate little except that receipts nro nulte large , 1,561,969 bushels , against 6,523- 600 last year , and they would hardly bo as large If actual supplies at the west were different , considering the extreme urgency of demand which last year's fancy prices created. Exports from Atlantic ports have been 2,519,783 bushels , flour Incfuded , against 1,294,950 last year and 271.929 bushels from Paclilc ports , against 385,439 last year , and In flvo weeks from both ports IS.aiO.'SO bushels , against 18,371,811 last year. Failures for the week huvo been 145 In the United States , against 222 last year , and fourteen in Canada , against sixteen last year. IIIAUSTItHUT'S KIX.VIVCIAIj IU3VIHW. .Marl , ft SIIKH I'ntll KrliliiAVliin It TitUi-N on Ui-iMMvrct StronifHi , NEW YORK , Juno 2. .Dradstreefs . Finan cial Hovlow tomorrow will say : Increased evidence was afforded this week that not only largo Intcrebts ceased to glvo support to the ehara market , but that some operators of considerable force Nvero ac tively engaged on the bear sldo up to Fri day. On that day , however , there was a fairly general recovery , duo to renewed bullish manipulation and Its effect on the augmented short Interest was weak on last Saturday nnd weaker still when the Stock exchange resumed Its session on Wednes day , after a two-day recess. Further de clines and moro or less liquidations resulted , the movement being accelerated by various unsettling developments or conditions. The rise In wheat prices and the circula tion of further reports of dubious crop pros pects were among the matters which aided In checking the appearance of a renewed buying power. An advance In foreign ex change ratcii was another factor , while Wall street Jo a certain extent dovelopcd R ner vous feeling about the appearance of yellow fever at the gulf ports. The weakness In copper stocks , both on this Bide and In the European markets was effective In hasten ing the declines In the Industrial group and the New York local traction securities were subjected to selling pressure and experi enced bad breaks , attributed to a bfllef that the new franchise tax law Is considered a serious drawback to the prosperity of such organizations by the Insiders. The street at largo was afro disposed to give heed to the suggestion that the pending gas war In New York City bad disconcerted the Dlans ol leading Interests and possibly Influenced their position and action In regard to the general market. WEEKLY CLEAUIXO IIOUSL3 TOTALS. AKKrrcpwtc of IlunlncHH TrniiNnctiniiH lliuik.s. ! > } the ANNiidntcil NEW YOniC. Juno 2. The following table , compiled by Bradstreet's , shows the bank clearings at all principal cltle.5 for the week ended May 19 , with the percentage of Increase and decrease as compared , with the correspondlnc week last year : Duy of Kami u u it ml I'riiyer , KNOXVILLG. Tenn. , June 2. The Christian colored people of Knoxvllle ob served today as a ceason of fasting and prayer. Supplications were offered for free dom front mob vlolen aecnd far the lesicu- Iner of crime throuchout the Ttrnd. HARD HIT AT RIGHT TIME Ljoia Bats Out Pour-Bngger with Score Tied in Ninth. NEW YORKERS ALSO WIN AT THE WINDUP Hrooklj-ii HalllcN In KlKMli mill Over- conio.s it Iml of Seven Ilium ItOHtlMl ClIVL'H llxlllllUlllH Of r HIIHC Hull. Ilnlllmoro | Cliloauo , 2. lll-ookl.vii , II ; Clc-\ eland , 1O. IloNtini , O ; Cliielniiall . IMillailelphla ; rittxItiifK , ! ! . \ < MV York , it : | l.oulhvllle , 1'J. St. Louln , 7) ) AVa.slilliKloll , U. PHILADELPHIA , Juno 2. With the Ecoro tied in the- ninth inning , Lajolo won the game for the Phillies by batting out a homo run. In Plttsburg's half Schrlver batted for Donovan and Madison for Mc Carthy. Gardiner was placed In rletit field and McCreery was sent to left , Madison going to center. The change In the bat ters resulted In the run which tied the score. Ely singled and went to bccond on TanneniU's safe hit and Schrlver sent him across the plato by a single to right. At tendance , 2,083. Scoie : | Totals . .3 8'23 13 S ' One out when winning run wan made. Hatted for Donovan In ninth. Hatted for McCarthy in ninth. Iplttbbnrj , ' 0 0020000 1-3 I Philadelphia 2 00100001-1 Earned runs : Philadelphia. 3 ; Plttsburg , 2. Stolen babe : Schrlvor. Two-baso hits : William * . Cooley , DeJehanty. Chiles. Home run : l.ajole , Douhlo piny : Chiles to Coo'ey. First hnso on balls : Oft Tannehlll , 3 ; oif Platt. 3. Hit by nltohed ball : Clark , Cooley , Struck out : lly Platt , i. Wild pitch : Platt. iMlt on baHes : Plttsburg , 8 ; Philadelphia , ! 10. Tlmo of gumo ; 2:10. : Umpires : Emslle | und McDonald. IloNtoii , ( I | rim'liinntl . BOSTON , Juno 2. Brilliant playing on the part of Uoston won the game today from Cincinnati , 0 to I. The s.m > clal features were .Long's lleldlng , Collins ll-ldlng nnd three double plays by thoseIn the Hold anil Clark's work lielilnd 'the ' bat , also Heck- loy's batting for the visitors. Attendance , 2.UOO. Score ; HOdTON" . I CINCINNATI. 1U1.0\.K | ll.II.OA.E Earnwl runs ; Boston. 5 : Cincinnati , 4. Two-baa ; lilts : Duffy (2) ( ) , Beckloy. Homo runs : Collins (2) ( ) . Stolen Qjaeen ; Miller. SIfPhee , Corcoran. Double plays : Tcnney o Long to Tonncy. Nichols to Lonsr to 'len- ney. Gollln * to Ixjwe to Tcnni-y- First bane on balls : Off Nichols , 3. Struck out : By Halm , 1 ; by Nichols , 1. Time of game : Ono hour and forty-throo mlnutts. Umpires ; Smith and Burr.s. IlruoUl ) it , lt | Cli'velniul , IO , NEW YORK" , Juno 2. The 'Brooklyns ' won today's gumo 'by ' a rally In tliolijlith. . Up to that time Cleveland 1 1 by 10 * o 3. with Car ey pitching wonderful twill. Then ho Jet down and after giving two bases on balls and being hit saf ly three times Hughcy was substituted , Ho proved equally wild. Urookjyn tallied seven runs off four hits I nd tied the wore , wlnnlni ; out in the ninth. The tallemlers knoclad Kennedy out of the box in two innings. AiUendance , 2,100. Score : UIIOOKL.YN. 1 CL.EVKIVND. n.H.O.A.E. I Il.H.O A.U. Two out when winning run was made. Brooklyn 00000127 1 11 Cleveland 21230200 0-10 Earned runs : Cleveland , 4. Two-base hit : Harley. First base on errors : Cleve land , fl ; Brooklyn , 2. Left on bases : Cleveland - land , 4 ; Brooklyn , II. Struck out : By Car- soy , 1. Sacrifice hit : McGann. Stolen base : Casey. Bases on balls : Off Carscy , 10 ; oft llughey , 3 ; oft Kennedy. 2 ; off Ycagcr , 1. Double plays : Daly to DaJilen to MeGann. Ycager to Dahlen to McGann. Hit by pitched ball : "By " Cars'y , 1 ; toy Yeager. I. Wild pitch : Kennedy. Tlmo of came : Two hours nnd fifteen minutes. Umpires ; Lynch I and Connolly. St. I.oillN , 7) ) AVnHhliiKfoii , U. WASHINGTON. Juno 2. Cy Young had the Senators beaten to a standstill , while. Dlneen was rapped frequently. The visitors' playing was not as fast aswas to be ex pected from a club out after the pennant. Attendance , 1,000. Score : WASHINGTON. ST. LOUIS. ll.H.O.A.K. n H.o.A.n. Blade , cf. . . 12301 llurkctt. If. : - 2 2 0 0 Jlcrcer. If. . . 0 0 3 0 0 ! McKcan. ts. 1 2 4 2 0 I lionncr , sii. . 00220 HeldrlcK. rf. J 3 : t 0 0 Atherton. 3b 1 1 1 1 0 Ktenzel. cf. . 10300 McOulre. p. n 0 5 3 0 nialtP. 2h. . C 0 3 4 2 Freem n. rf 0 0 0 0 0 Whllace. 3b. 0 2 3 3 0 Cnpsldy , Ib. 00900 Tehrau. Ib. 00810 lilpjien , j > . . . 0 0 0 3 0 O'Connor , o 0 0 1 2 0 I > adln , fa. . 00410 Younir , p. . . . 11020 Totals , , Z 3 57 10 ll Totals . . 7 10 27 It 2 Washington 0 00010001-2 St. Louis 1 04200000-7 I Earned runs : St. Loute , 3. First bnso on balls : Off Dlneen. ) : off Young. 1. Struck out : By Dlneen , 21 by Young , 1. I'.issed balls : O'Connor. Left on bases : Washing ton , 2 ; St. Louis , 6. Tlmo of game : 1:45. : Umpires : Swartwood and Warner. Iliiltlmorc.I | Clilt-itK" , " BALTIMORE , Juno 2. Kltson had Calla : nan neanen to a. standstill in a pitchers' contest nt Union park this afternoon. . At tlmiH < the Chicago man was Urllllnnt , but pot himself In a hole in the fourth , when four singles and IjaChance'a triple batted out the Orioles' fourth successive victory. Kclstcr's fielding was remarkably fast. At tendance , 1.3SS. Score : uAi/riMom : . Il.H.O.A.E , McGraw. 3b. 0 l l 1 o Holmes. If. . 01000 Hroillo. cf. . .1 1 1 0 0 Bh Knrd. rf t 2 0 0 o KolBter. K > . 2 1 3 8 0 0I.adh'ce. | Ib. 0 2 17 0 0 A O'llrlen , 21) . 00240 0 nohlnRun , c. 0 S 3 20 I Kit ton , p. . 0 0 1 3 0 Totals . .2 S 21 7s"l' ' Totnln . . 4 10 27 IS 0 Baltimore 0 0 0 .1 0 1 0 0 - ! Chicago 000011000-2 Karnod runs : Baltimore , 3 ; Chicago , 2. Stolen bases : Sheckard. Mortes , Kelsf.r. Two-baso hits : Wolverton , Holmes. Three- base hits : UaChance. Green. Double plays ; Dumont > to MrCormlck to I3verett. McCor- mlck to Nichols to Wolverton , Callahan to McCOTinlck , Callahnn to HvcrMt , Kulster to O'Hrlon to I iClmnco. First biiho on balls : Off Callahnn. 2. Hit by pltchi-d ball : By Palluhnn , 1. Struck out : Hy Kltson , 4 ; by Callahan , 5. I eft on bases : Haiti- more , C : Chicago , 6. Sacrifice lilt : McCcr- mlek. Tlmo of game : Ono hour and fifty mlnutos. Umpires : O'Day and McGarr. \ MV York , 1t ! | I.ouUvIllc , 1- , NB\\P YOniC. June 2. In a badly played gumo today the Giants won out In the lust inning , aided by a base on bulls to Yanhal- Iren. a double by Wilson , vincl Kinglet * of Gruily and Glcason. Hartrnun waf put out of the B amo In the second Inning for kickIng - Ing , Attendance , 700. Score : NIJW VOUK. I LOUISVIM.K. Il.H.0.V.U.I. . . IllI.OA.n. Vnnll'n. cf. S 2 0" 0 O'Hoy. cf . . . 20101 Orndy , c. . . . 1 3 S 2 1 Uurke. If 22300 lb-r 3 3 4 2 4 Dexter , rf. . 2 S 2 0 0 Davlx. MI. , . . 102 0 0 ] Wagner , 3b 33130 Warner , Ib. 1 2 * i 1 0 ncck'-r. It. 12302 Gitaeon , 2h. 3343 4 I'uwerv. Ib. 00412 r/Iirlen , If. . 0 nitchey. us. 12230 Hartm'n , 3b. 0 0 0 0 liWod < l . Hi. 0 0 3 io Coakley. rf. 0 1 0 C 0KltlrllKf. ; ol 1 C 1 iu Komer. rf-5b rua'pn'm , p 0 0 1 ! u Doheny , p . C 1 0 4 OlIcClcc , p. . . 0 0 0 1 0 Total * . .1 ? 13 ST 14 111 Totals . .IS 1226 H 6 Two out when winning run made New York . 3 2-13 Louisville . 0-12 runs ; New York. 3. Stolen based , Wood , Clarke , Warner. Two-baso bits : Weigner , Wilson. Three-baso hit : Grady. Sacrifice hit : Clarke. First base on balls : Off Doheny , 5 ; oft MrGee , 2. Hit .by pitcher : Jloy , Foster , Clarke. Struck out : By Doheny , S ; by Cunningham , 2 ; by Mf- Gee , 1. Passed balls : Grady. AVl'.d pitch : Uohcny. Left on ba.es : New York , 11 ; Louisville , 10. First base by errors : New York , 5 ; Louisville , ( i. Tlmo : 2:33. : Umpires : Gaffney and Andrews. Standing of ( he Team * . Played. Won. Lost. I'.n. Brooklyn -II 30 11 .732 Boston KD 2fi 13 .fii7 ! ] St. Louis 10 2o 11 . ( ! 2i , Philadelphia 39 211 15 .590 i Chicago 41 21 17 .fi < 5 I Baltimore -IU 2. ! 17 .573 ! Cincinnati 3S 21 17 .513 Plttsburg 3S IB 22 .421 New York 39 Ifi 23 .410 Louisville 10 12 28 .300 Washington II 12 29 .2)3 ) Cleveland 30 S 2S ,2.2 Games for today : Cincinnati at Boston. Cleveland at Brooklyn , Louisville nt New York , Plttabtirg at Philadelphia , Chicago at Baltimore , St. Louis at Washington. bCOHISS OF Tim WKSTKUN I.I3ARUI3. Detroit IOHCN to St. I'niil 1 > y String ' ' ' . of liifxeiiMiilili' I'laj'H. CoIiimliiiN , : t | KaiiKan City , . St. I'niil , < I ; Di-trolt , . lliillalu , < l | lllwntikt'c , O. DKTJIO1T , Mich. , Juno 2. Detroit's error column tells the tnlo of the homo team's defeat today. Dlllard nnd Frisk were the worst offenders. Daring base-running scored Detroit's two runs. Score : Detroit 0 2000000 0-2 U 5 St. Paul 1 1000004 0-0 1 0 Batteries : Detroit , Frisk and Shaw ; St. Paul , Dcnzer and Splc. ? . INDIANAPOLIS , Ind. , Juno 2. The Hoos- lers hit Parker hard and opportunely today. Foreman scattered the Miners' hit except in the eighth nnd ninth , when ha too was batted hard but too late. Score : nH.E. Indianapolis. , . . , ! 0 0 3 0 0 r > 0 0 910 3 Minneapolis 0 1000003 l- 0 1 Batteries ; Indianapolis , Foreman and Be- vllo ! ; Minneapolis , Parker and Fisher , and MeNeely and Scarfoss. BUFFALO. N. Y. , June 2. Buffalo shut out the vlslt'ng ' Brewers today , allowing them only two hits ) . Daub , who wns In the box lor the home team , was simply In vincible. Keddy , on the. other hand , was hit hard for three Innings. Score : n.H.E. Buffalo 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 * 6 8 2 Milwaukee 00000000 0-0 2 2 B.itfprlos : Buffalo , Daub and McAulty ; Milwaukee , Heldy and Spear. COLUMBUS , O. , June 2. Both pitchers In today's game pitched gilt edged ba'.l. A base on balls In the sixth , followed by Tebeau's scratch homo run was responsible for the locals' victory. Score : R.H.E. Columbus 1 0000200 3 4 4 Kansa.5 City 0 0000002 0-2 4 2 Batteries : Columbus , Brlggs and Sullivan ; Kansas City , Gear and Wilson. Standing of tin * TOIIIIIH. Played. Won. Lost. P.C. Milwaukee 31 19 15 .659 St. Paul 32 IS 14 .563 Minneapolis 33 13 in .615 Indianapolis : il Hi 15 .610 Detroit 33 10 17 .48) Columbus 29 II 15 .4S3 Buffalo 30 13 17 .433 Kansas City 32 13 19 .406 AVONttMMl ANMOUllltlOII IICflUltM. OTTUM.WA , la. , Juno 2.-Score : n.ir.E. Ottumwn. 0 1223000 1 9 8 2 Dubuque 0 0100300 0 4 6 6 Batteries : Ottumwa , AVelmer and H nil sen ; Dubuquc , Warrendcr nnd Rain , HOCKFOUD , 111. , Juno 2.-Score : B.II'.E. Boekford 3 0000000 1 4 13 2 Rock Island 0 0 2 1 a 1 0 0 0-G 10 1 Batteries : Boekford , Daniels and Snydorj Bock Is'.ind , Strlcklortt nnd Dooln. CldDAll RAPIDS , la , , Juno 2. Score : H.H.E. Cedar Rapids..5 0000021 ' -S 73 Bloomington I 20000100-465 Batteries : Cedar Rapids , Jlahaffy and Collins ; Bloomington , Young and Blanford. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely digests food within the stomach and Intestines and renders all classes of food capable of being nsfaimllatcd and converted Into strength giv ing and tissue- building substances. JULY 1 to Arov. 1 , 1899. n i , . .1111,1,1211. .Secretary IM'nl.nV SMITH. Truuiiiirvr KHAMC MUIU'IIY. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ADVISORY COMMITTEE. C. J. SMYTH. Chairman. FllANK MURPire , P. B. ILKR , HERMAN KOUNTJ5E , WM. HAYDEN , EMIL BRANDEIS , H. J PRNFOLD , J. H , MILLARD , J , B. KI1VHEN. II. E , PAL1IER. \ In Bemis Park to bo sold at auction , at our olliee , Sat urday , Ono P. M. Are all choice lots , 45x120 each. $1,000 building limit. There's money in them sure. PAYNE-HARDER CO , , Agents ,