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nr WATXS COLON.
VOlTxLII WO 139.
The Crepe Moire
Two new wash fab
rics, on account of
the newness of de
sign. 1'rauty in tex
ture and lowncss of
price, are ....
And will Ie intro
duced to dry goods
purchases this week
at 12,' i and 19c per
Nothing better in a
wash fabric ever
sold for the price;
looks like moire silk.
qualities anJ 32-inch
at 19c a yard.
n exact reproduction of
the imported cre
pons, sold every
where at 36c a yd.
The texture is
lighter than ool
allies, and is 32
nchw"de. A full
line of colors,
which v.e jruaran
fes to be abso
you contemplate buy
ing a wash dress
we respectfully ask
jou to look at
the3e two fabrics
of- decided merit.
Cor. Second and Brady
VETOED THE BILL.
President Cleveland on the
Seigniorage Act. : "
His Reasons for Opposing It
Fully Set Forth.
Believes it Would Affect
Financial Matters. ,
Returning Faith Would Re
ceive a Set Back.
Hence the Bland Provision is
ASiiiN-nTAx. 11. a, March 29.
Promilciit Cleveland this morning
vetoed the Wand seigniorage bill.
J he president in his message veto
ing the bill, any the tin parallel
financial distnrlmnco which swept
over the country last vear was very
generally conceded to be caused by
the operation ot the purchasing
clause of the Sherman- act. This led
to the repeal of this provision Nov.
1, 1H93. Though our recovery has
been slow, it has steadily progressed,
and a wholesome improvement is
unmistakably apparent. At home
and abroad confidence in our abso
lute solvency is reinstated, and has
produced encouraging results. No
thing now should be done to chick
our convalesence. ! believe." siivs
the president, that if th? bill un
der consideration should become a
law.it would Le regarded as tet re
pression from the lir.andnl in
tentions indicated by our re-ent
repeal of the provision forcing silver
bullion purchases; that it would
weaken if it did not destroy return
ing faith and cotifidunce in o'ur sound
financial tendencies, and that as a
consequence our progress to renewed
busiuess health would be unfortu
nately checked, and a return to our
recent distressing plight would be
lira lug thr aw feather Finn.
I)ENVKK,March 2J. The internal revenue
ofliee has cuusttl tiie arrest of the otliriuis
of the Hev. "Tom" Uzzel s "jaj? cure"
establishment on the ground that they
are aelliiii; liquor without n lieuse. The
estitlilixliuieut during the early staces of
the treatment gives patient ull the whisky
they desire. This the. collector claims is
practically selling liquor aud makes theui
umcuuhle to law.
Tli Murderer Still at Large.
I)h8 Moisks, la., March Itoports
from Warren county show that Ueorite
Ash worth, who shot Mrs. Wilier, is still
at large. Sheriffs and posses of several
lieiKlilMirinft towns have joined the author
ities of Wurren county in searching for the
lieud. It Is now liciicved that he is sur
rounded near New Virginia. .Mrs. Muson
is still alive, but very low.
The 1VltrrKt Will l.et liim Alone.
SlMilSoFIKLI', O , March a.' Fred Neu,
owner of the building iu which "Dynamo
Mike's" famous joint is located, has re
ceived a whitecap lettertelling him to have
"Pyiuitiio'' move or accept a "coat of tur
and feat herb." "Dynamo Mike" is pre
paring to jtive the whitecappers a warm
We're Itaisins Some Fine ltoya.
HoNKsHALE. I'a., M.irca Charles
VoUtig. aged 11, is in jail in this ciiy upon
the- rhiirk-e of tniin wrecking. It is uliifged
that he and a youthful companion threw a
switch at 1'laiie Kleveli and derailed a ir.-tiu.
of Delaware and Hudson coal cars. The
boy. said tliey only did It for fun.
I an Ihi lliisiiieft in Illinois.
KlMllSKKlKU), March -"..The insurance
silVeriuteiident lias licensed the Dayton
Insurance com puny, of Dayton, o., to do
bunnies in the state.
The H gather We May kxpect.
WASIiisT'.-Jlr;hai. The foil w in are
tbe weatiier tnJicttioii lor tw-tinty-four hours
Irom p. ni. jreatenlay: For liidiaim Ujh
erally fair, alghtly coiilor weatiier; northwest
erly winds. For llliuoia Generally tuir
weather; north westerly winds. Fur Imsr
Michigan Suow flurrie; variable wind-. For
I'piier MiehU-an li.-nernlly fair weather;
weaterlr wiuila. For Witcun sin Fair weather,
probably allwhtly warmer tomorrow moruiUK;
Tariahl wintla, becoming toutliwist riy.
For iowa Fair weather iu western iiortion;
warmer tomorrow morning; vuriaulu w iuiia.
LESS THAN HALF THE"
PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS
HALVES,! 0 QUARTERS
SOLD IN CANS ONLY
11 n a
ARMOR PLATE FRAUDS.
Thoae Who Gave Iiifornaktina Stirred t
by Herbert's Report.
riTTSBtnw, March 2ft. -Secretary Her
bert's report on the arnir plate frauds has
stirred up the men wbo furnished the in
formation. J. H. Smith, their attorney
said Mr. Herbert has placed bis client in
an unenviable light. Me says they were
not aides and did not furnish the informa
tion solely for the reward. They went
into the matter very .;arefully, thinking
there would be a trial nd they would be
called as witnesses. Mr. Smith said they
are not yet prepared tc go to Washington
and testify before a congressional investi
gating committee. I! such an investiga
tion be made matters nny appear differ
ent from the way th.y are expressed in
Mr. Herbert's report. Mr. Smith says it
can be proved that tne frauds extended
overa longer period than that for which
the Carnegie company was assessed Hia
clients are not satisfied with the way the
president adjusted the matter, aud say the
novernmeiit is entitled to damages for the
fml time covered by their evidence.
Now that the government story is ont it
was supposed the Carnegie company offi
cials would break the silence they" have
maintained since the charges were made
public nJ give their side of it. Chair
man Friek refused to say anything about
(he matter, or refer in any way to Secre
tary Herbert's report. Kx Uurgess John
.Mciaickie of Homestead, who was a strik
er and a member of the famous advisory
board, was seen at Attorney Wallace's
office. McLuckie U suposed to lie the
client whom Wallace says will furnish
more sensational iuformutiou than any
HOWARD FOLLOWS SUIT.
Vouns Could W 111 Marry an Actress as Hia
Xrw Yoi:k, -March SO. Howard Gould
has made formal announcement of his en
gagement to Miss Odette Tyler, the well-
known actress, whose real name is Eliza
tieth Kirklund. She is a daughter of
Ucueral Kirklund of Tennessee, and a
niece of General Hardee, the famous niili
tury tactician. She is 24 years old and
tins been on the stage about six years.
Howard Gould is the second sou of the
lute Jay Gould, is about -'4 years old and
is very popular with his friends aud asso
ciates. He is quiet in his habits and is
possessed of great wealth. Mr. Gould's
betrothal present wus a magnificent ring
a diamond set in a cluster of rubbies
which rumor has it cost T,iKl.
Heavy Los of live Stoek.
Omaha, March 2t).A s,K.ciuI to The
lice from Douglas, Wyo., says: The first
train since the big storm Las reached
here. Kstimtites based on reports f n iu
Casper and surrounding country show the
loss of range sheep to be close to Vi jier
cent. There was no total loss of stock.
The loss of range cattle is greMt. Kulcrs
report hundreds of dead animals scattered
aver the snow. Another big storm com
ing from the northwest broke ou this sec
tion in the evening. It has lieen storming
since a o'clock. The wind is strong and
ltoies for Commerce t'ommissiimer.
Des Moines, March ). Ex-Congressman
Bowman of Council I?luffs, who has
just returned from Washington, is report
ed as saying thut President Cleveland will
affer to ex-Governor I'xiies the appoint
ment as member of the inter-state com
merce commission to succeed the late
Judge McDill. In ense tiie ex-governor
Inclines the- position Mr. Ilowmau says
the place will lie offered to Peter A. De'y,
Jne of the railway commissioners of Iowa.
.Ither advices from Washington, however,
indicate the appointment of Suite Senator
Yeuuiuns of Sioux City.
Kncl of the Keursurgc.
Boston, March Ll. A dispatch dated
Havana to President Winson of the Bos
ton Towboat company from the captain
of the steamer Orion, suys that the United
States steamer Kearsarge has been blown
up and burned by the natives. The rem
nants of the hull Ih-Iow the water liue
were wrecked uud broken and showed the
affect of the explosion. Previous to the
J-st ruction of the vessel the natives of
?.ui Andres island rifled the wreck of
War uu Tramps at JCun'itlo.
BUFFALO, March SiU. The police have
sprung a surprise party ou the Coxey Good
Uoails brigade. Wheu pilgrims-of the road
came in to ask for a night's lodging they
were placed under arrest as trumps or
vagrants. About fifty were tried ou that
charge aud sent to the penitentiary. The
city has been fairly flooded with tramps
for the lust .few days, and the police have
inaugurated a concerted effort to get rid
Rejoicing Among Iron Workers.
Yocsustowx, O., March 2. The con
ference committee of the Amalgamated
association and the Mahoning valley man
ufactures at its meeting adopted a scale
bused upon a $4 puddling rate .to take ef
fect April 1. Sixty days notice will bo
given if a change is wanted by cither side.
The mills ure expected to resume at ouce
and ruu steadily. There is much rejoic
ing among the iron workers.
Iowa Republican Solon Caucus.
Des Moines, March 29. At a caucus the
liepublicau senators agreed on a substi
tute resolution for the resubmission of a
prohibition constitutional ameudment
mid it will lie passed. Both caucuses se
lected members of the commission tore
vise the bin's, something that has not
been done for thirty years. The senate se
lected Chancellor McClulu and the house
Attorney General Shane.
Fatally Stabbed His Wife.
VAX Wert, O., March 29. Nelson Har
bauer of this town fatally stabbed his wife
as the result of a domestic quarrel. The
couple had lieen on bad terms since last
Wednesday because Mrs. Harlmuer re
fused to give her consent to her husband's
proposition to join the Coxey common
weal army. Mrs. Harbauer was stablied
in the left breast and cannot recover.
Harbauer was arrested. . ,
Made Ilraft for l'enaloua.
Washington, March 29. The secretary
of the interior issued a requisition ou the
secretary of the treasury for tlt',221,000 to
be used iu the quarterly payment of pen
sions on April 2. Of the amount Chicago
will get 6i.ttul0U!): Des Moines, la., $1,W",
WJ: Milwaukee, 1 ,700,000. and Detroit
UL ISLAOTI, nxTJBSDAY, 10291894. " PMCE THHE3 CS3T3.
HONOR HIS MEMORY
Many Huns at the Funeral
I CEEEKONHS AT THE CITY OF TURIN
Throngs Crowd the Plare Where the Kial
nent Patriot Ilel and Pay a ljit
Tribute to His Ctreatnriw The Remains
on Their Way to the feail Man's Native
Land A Letter of Condoleuce From
Our Vice President. i,J jA
Turin, March 29. The funeral services
ever tbe remains of Ixmis Kossuth were
held in the Evangelical church. The city
was crowded with sightseers and tho
Streets presented ia most remarkable ap
nea ru nee owing ta the immense unrulier
of Hungarians in jfull national com nine,
who mingled with the throngs The
streets through which the funeral pro
cession passed were liued by the munici
pal guards and ou all sides were to lie
seen mourning .(emblems and crepe
dr:iMil flags. The coliin inside tiie church
rested upon a handsome catafaique and
was covered with flowers. Standing
picturesquely around the catafalque was
a guard of honor of Hungarian students
in the national costume. This guard of
honor will accompany the rema.ns to
Buda Pcsth, with.' the represeniatives of
the municipality f that citj-.
The ( hurra Would ut Hold All.
Owing to the faft that the church could
not hold ouc-teutli part, of the Hungarians
assembled iu the ity much less the repre
sentatives of the many foreign nations who
desired to do holier tot he memory of Kos
suth, only the chief representatives of the
Hungarian delegations and the leading
representatives of foreign na;inus were
ubie to obtain admittance. Near the caln
laltiue were the son-of Kossuth, his sister
and bis nephews. Pastor IVyrot delivered
the funeral address in Italian, eulogizing
Kossuth's private virtues and patriotic de
votion to Hungary. The choir then sang a
c boral hymn, written by l.mher aud an
anthem euniiiosed by Pulestrina. After
the simple ceremonies the coffin was placed
upon a funeral car drawn by four horses
and the procession moved slowly toward
the railroad station.
The Funeral Proeeiisinn.
The cortege was headed by a dctachnicr.t
of mounted municipal guards, followed
by the municipal band playing fum-ra!
marches; the m;;yor of Turin and I ieueriil
Torr Mark as, the depnty ma j or of Hilda
Pesth and Deputy Hohonc-.j-," represent
ing the Hungarian diet. Then came the
pall-Iiearers and utter them followed the
funeral cur. Behind the colliu were the
sons and other relatives of the great Hun
garian, auu next came deputations from
Hungariau societies, from countless
Italian societies, and from the i;
diuu associations. These were f,.ll,,i. ...I i.
the representatives of innumerable M.i-
sonic lodges, and l bind them mis t.
main body of the Hungarians and other
peojile who tootiart in the pr.-ccssion.
In all there were twenty banners, drilled
with crajie, caniud by the delegations
which took part in the funeral parade.
Arrived at the railway station the remains
were placed ou board a train which at
once started for Buda-Pesth.
TO THE KOSSUTH FAMILY.
Vlee President Stevenson' letter Trans
mitting the Senatus Kesolution.
WAsnrsiiTON, March 29. The following
is the letter of Vice President Steve un:i,
transmitting the condolence of the United
Suites senate to the family of Louis Kos
suth: "In the senate of tbe United States,
March 2.., ISM. To the Family of Louis
Kossuth: I have tne honor to send vou
a copy ot a resolution adopted by the sen
ute of the United States M
which, in oliedietice to the desire of the
senate, I hereby Under to vou in respect
ful condolence for the great loss which
you, in common with the whole world.
have sustained in the death of this
illustrious patriot and lover of
htierty. The iieoiiie of the United State
still remember his visit in ISM. The pro-
round affection and resjicet with which he
inspired them still abide in thi.ir l,..u
Though a citizen of a foraign and distant
laud, be spote our language as if it were
his native tongue. His consummate elo
quence made a great and permanent ad
dition to the treasures of our literature.
We are glad to lar witness ihnt in rli-
cause of constitutional liberty bis cause
and our cause he remained faithful unto
the end. I have the honor to remain with
great respect, your obedient servant.
"A. E Stevknson,
'Vice President of the United States."
The Hungarian Flag to Fly.
New Yoi:k, March 3.-In resimnse to
the request of a delegation renresentinir
various Hungarian societies Mayor Gilroy
has cordially consented that the Hun
garian flag lie floated at half mast along
with the stars and stri lies nn tiril .1 t )
day of Kossuth's funeral at Huda-Pes'th.
A Princess- Sympathy with Kommth.
TlUIN, March 29.-The lrineess ltitia
Bonaparte has set t her coudolences to
Kossuth's sons as m daughter of Prince
Jerome napoleon atul
as Kossuth's firm
Hotel Destroyed by Fire.
ELKu-ART, Iud., March 29. The east end
of thj Hotel Bucklen, the leading hotel of
the city, owned by JI. K. Bucklen of Chi
cago, was burned at noon. It was neces
sary to remove several guests by means of
ladders, i rank Little, a fireman, was in
jured by fulling with a floor. The build
ing u; will insured.
Clarksun VUlu the CauitoC
Washington, March 2U.-Hon. John S.
Clarkson of Iowa was aUmt the Capitol
consulting with Republican leaders. No
political significance was attached to hia
visit. He is securing speakers for the
SEe!n&y!etmul coUege "-
re at tbe Capitol.
Washington, March 2!).-Fire broke
out in the vnste room of the terrace of the
seuate. It wag quickly extinguished but
the smoke caused considerable excitement
in aua about the soaius chamber.
Tt is not what its proprietors sav,
but what Hood's Sarsaparrilla doe's,
that tells the afery of its merit
Hood's Sarsaparifta cures.
We ; Boast
They are the best and biggest bargains that we ever boomed by breath
or -bill. WE BOOST OUR BO ACT, We boost it with prices,
quality and quantity. It a Boos, for a Big llonst. And we
mean business with a big. big
Just received 300 nice elegant suits, good enough to sell for $ S to
SI 8, but we're going to sell 'em auick at
This is the bi-gest treat you have ever hatl-only $10 for a suit you will pay
15 to $iS for in other houses.
.... Underselling Everybody cn Everything ....
Iiy far the largest stock in town, notwithstanding 'what others claim.
or or I'ri-
Do vou want
ni mediate relief and
cure? (Jet .
For file by all Jrujplts.
Head what lr. Snrdcr, formerlv
of Frccport. sars:
Pr Uiriiham, M AilA-ns m c .t'iiy:
.My llfar licliir Mv aliiiiiin wa. firnt r.l e,l
To S: n lhk,, v.' r i.t the r e of l-niitnlti J
M Tr-Liu. ff Atlrtllt .'".i.w1 W.-i .llHCk.. i in
tri- rliy lih an te nen in ' .: HimrJ kwlm-v. i
andnniii i ii,?.:m iiiii .. i.1.!.ti AtiiTi.i-
rilimr tbe 11 ll!il n nivil'. s willnul n-il n
Jak"wa raiatevted. and tlie impnveaenl
nmrked after thr rl dov tmi a ronitilte rnri
followed o immH y, that t a! on-e ommfnr..l
nn in'n:ijTatloti of 1; miTlrn. and have.inr. ir -
" " " it. in oiuiw nc7 Known iiinn ci kid
r. h'-a 'd-r nrcthrui. cinitl ami -..t. .1
rronlilea, fullnwed in each luvtanre h .h.. h..
p ert r!MlllS
in my i-wn ca'e (cratlnsi the relief it pave me
iu a f rw duyf was t imply marvelnus.
A ra o f nun .la m my oar-. f:inillr rerr
troch nnprovei by a few d . and rnnically
curei in 1c s hm a week rotn rr cil-al rxia-r.
l III e In a minilr of lull r l of IcurnrrtiiH n I m-n
fret- tn ruy that I have fouud no remedy ttiat ia
tqnai to "-Sin .lal..,
And b le I hitve never bcfiire 1 iven a nrofi'-
an tia n'ioneni-nt to a pnnri-i .rv rtnn ,!i. I r
l e-iiallvi: y ai.d wtihuut rvae.ve thtl I rolir-'--an
.li.k" a vi rilable biHia to iiaman'.tf. and
alter aprinc It t the urrt mife-t.inal t-at.
nn fay with ruiflrtence it ia belter lbaa it kr
tecowmi n d 1 1 ne.
.hnll rmitiiiue to prescribe it in all rape of
ccnilo-ltrin r. or rittarrliul truutiie? Ii Tvfvr'nru
lo nli nlbfr known r'nit'd..
An a nerve male eiwec a'lvin Ihresaeanfarak.
nravmic children, "nun .Ink r-n m- n- l, d i.iniu
fuly and eii'iri ly. 1 be li ion ta le f 1 lie
ni itirine is alM in i'a faor. In pn rrilrt--r it f r
rhildrtn I am a- fiT-rnt ani'iir in ak" a an
altin!t;vr in nkin 1 a Mid ni-vrrill eaM if
ctiw ic co!"m3 h ivmi: vei'di-J :i rvaili.v ti It.
Inlillen" ibni I pltali r-mnn le to n-e t in aiu.Ctr
r,.-, fcelit-ir cm ft'.ent ibua It w:l meet all the
ndibatiuiia in fl"h eaai'n.
(8igiel Gao. w. ?ITUIB, M. D.
Ask your Druggist
for home rcf-
Wholesale Dealar and Impurtor tt
Wines and Liquors
161 aud 1618 Third At
Of Our Bargains
Undersold By Ko One : :
Always to the Front at the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
Where you can find the largest and finest line of
Wall Papers and Room Mouldings shown in the
three cities. If you have any fine work to be done
there is the place to go.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
Bigpest Store. Biggest stock in tbe three citlei.
Grease Spots, Paint and Dirt Removed from Woodwork,
Larpets, Glass, Garments, or anything and every
thing that needs cleaning. A preparation
perfectly harmless to the finest Fabric
Call at Fifth Avenue rharmarr 6th Are. and 83rd Street for a free
Picturesque America. );
LATEST NOVELTIES IS
C1M BE ItU AT
i:. F. BORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 81.C0ND AVE.
Hare r Bom Bloek.
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