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YVben mat cocporttra are expcndEax fixstsd cf
. csSsn Ta devices to sire time, labor and materiab
We wish to pat the strongest tnirJjBit npaa cie
ecoaotoicsl features of the
- Tfcb Range b the greatest saTer of fuel, food and of
woman's strength and nerves. . It brings the cost of
cookbir, down to the minimum and keeps H there.
No wonder it 6 turning the cook-stove business up
side down, because it is a revelation in its way. i : -
Tfcs Majestic is no experiment;
j took 30 years to perfect it.
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3 btoves I
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
.tor and M aaa
eat rarMklM I
tU V?r U ""y iartonrasss the woVvii pSiM S
Pr. uay's lenovatorj
mtj cm years oM
T. H. Thomas, druggist, tola agent.
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u4 I ahau no
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Vmm, raslalss Mr
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Hot of an AgrMthr
EisoiKPAiaJ Birnma crs.
' Chtcaoo, July L-Delagatee toUteeoa- 'ana for one of Harris adtranoedage, bat
TenUon irhe hara arriTcd ao far generally , his gnat anwilenne and parliameotary
appear arerse to disewaslngthe probability biUtr. as well as his popularity ta the
ttat Teller wUl eat any flgnra In the ?IW"1 renaLha' '"Weoaidl-
Democratle eonntlon. The -nator has JV0
- , -m . . aj-ki. I W committee which will eonfer with
? among tte the national committee is composed asfol
sllTer delegates who have already arrired, low,; Senator Jonas, of Arkansas; Oot
and among them are some who would not ernor Stone, of Miaaoori; Benator Torpie,
be aTeree to his nomination for president. 1 of Indiana; Governor Altgeld, of Illinois,
xney reel, howerer, that the eondlUons .
are not yet ripe for the springing of Us
name, and aay that It would be opposed
to the Interests of both Teller and the ail.
rer cause to bring him to the front at this
time, if at all. There are also a number
at Teller's eUrer Republican and Populist
friends in the city who are devoting them
selves more to watching the coarse of
events than to any active work. The
Populists who are here say openly that
Teller is the only man the Democrats can
name whom they will Indorse.
Valley f the Teller If en. .
It IS not the purpose of the senator's
friends to have him placed In nomination
as Others will be. This course they con
sider would be in bad form and contrary
to Teller's wishes. Their plan is not to
make an aggressive campaign, bat simply
to be on the ground to answer questions
and to take advantage of any opportunity
that may offer. Representative Shafroth,
of Colorado, was asked to define the claims
of the Teller men and replied: "Senator
Teller is not a candidate In the sense of
keeking the nomination, as could a mem
ber of the Democratic party. . The friends
of the senator who cannot stand gold
mono-metall Ism are simply trying to im
press upon the Democrats the enormous
advantage there would be In uniting upon
Teller, who could solidify all the bimetal
Kaaka tha Colorado Bfra Very Hlgfe.
"There is no question that the one man
above all others whose name is a synonym
for bimetallism Is Teller. His speeches
upon the silver question constitute a series
of treatises upon political economy which
have given him the rank of the ablest
statesman in the United States upon that
subject. The southern states are sure to
cast their votes for any fair nominee of the
Democratic party. They never have failed
tn a paesidential year, and it Is not likely
that they will fall this time. It is from
the great western and middle states that
there must be a gain in order to bring
success, and that gain must come from
the Republican party.
The Meat of tha Teller Appeal.
"In the states west of the Missouri river
the Democratic party has been almost dis
banded, receiving In some of those states
leas than 10 per cent, of the total votes
east. In some of thoee states there were
not even Democratic electoral tickets in
the Held in 1893, and two years ago all of
those states wont overwhelmingly Repub
lican. At this time, when oriental com
petition is threatening the extermination
of .our American manufacturing Indus
tries, it will not be easy to get the votes of
Republicans to indorse any pronounced
free trade candidate. We believe that bi
metallism is the paramount issue, and we
believe this convention will so declare,
but it ought to be willing to make some
concessions. Senator Teller Is the one
man that could solidify all of these ele
ments and produce victory for the bime
Pats aa Aacfcor Oat Southward.
Concluding Shafroth said: "Senator
Teller ought to be a very acceptable person
to the south. It was he who onenlv defied
the party whip when the force bill was be
ing considered in the senate, and who said
In hts speech that it was the most Infa
mous measure that had ever been attempt
ed to be erystaliced Into legislation. The
chances of Senator Teller being indorsed
ougnt to . be and are, In my Judgment,
good. I believe that if Teller is Indorsed
by 11 tha bimstallic forces he will be
elected by an overwhelming majority."
VBETIXO OF TBS 8ILVKK LEADERS.
They Plan ta Seeare tha Coavaatloa Teat-
The first meeting of the silver leaders
was held yesterday and a resolution pro
viding for the appointment of a commit
tee to confer with the national committee
was offered by Senator Jones, of Arkan
sas, and was the basis of all the talk. In
offering the. resolution Jones explained
briefly his purpose In doing so, saying that
he knew nothing of tha purpose of the na
tional committee with regard to the selec
tion of a temporary chairman, but tt would
not do to take any chances. He called at
tention to the fact that all those present at
the bimetallic meeting were delegates to
the convention; said they were acting as
the Instruments of the convention, and
claimed that they had a richtto know
what tha purposes of the committee were
en the subject of temporary organization.
Ex-Representative Bryan, of Nebraska;
Judge Powers, of Utah, and Mr. McNeil,
of Tennessee, followed In a like strain.
The disastrous effect of allowing the gold
men to name the temporary chairman of
the Michigan convention when the silver
men were In the majority was recalled.
ana tne remarK was made by several of :
the speakers that no concession should be 1
made as a mere matter of courtesy. There'
were twenty-nine delegates present, and'
or the number there was but one dissent
tag view. A member of the Missouri del.
egatioa suggested that it might be con
strued aa discourteous for the committee
to demand the right to name the tempo
rary chairman, and suggested that the na
ttonai eorami tsee should bs asked to hear
tha views at the different delegations be
fore mariag Its selection of a temporary
ehairmaa. This suggestion was brushed
aside aa Impracticable.
The committee was appointed and will
meet tha gentlemen composing the na
tional eonunittee at the Palsaar House to
day. Chairman Hamty Is expected to ar
rive during this saoraiag and to can tba
his arrival. Other ambn oTtaSH
ttoaal organisation have assured the sU
vcreoaMallltarssa that they will be re
ceived sooa altar the executive committee
lacaCledtoardar. The slliai ajsa axe ss
yeo the Vm "of m Was'
ta this mm tad are riiiM
tbeirenOM attention to it.
They will telltbe nations! wfwiHtw
aery pUialy that the only way to watt
riMh ta tba eoaTentkm and far tha aa
Honal txanmittee to amid being repudiated
atfarthamtoaooede'to the wihs at tha
anvar men ta this natter. Theyasawt
that tt wiirhaTB to "be nadeappamit from
the hagiaiilng that UUtobea UTr oon
TwiMnn.and that thU can be demoaattated
In bo way as clearly a la tha eeieettoa of
ThaaUTar men. have iTen Tery Uttla
: Hunua n ww qiancwn aa vo wao anau
db auecHB 10 preside, mu apeenlattoa
1 turns moat freely to Senator Rarria. It la
I amuroated that the task marha amiteawin.
a oenasor uaniei, oc Virginia,
TXUXOIg DELEGATES HOB-HOB.
Vm Try Abragasa tha Twa-TTshrd Bala
Pslsgata WllUasatf Idas. - - .
The Illinois delegation held a caucus
yesterday and elected Governor Altgeld
chairman; CL W. Bliss, secretary, and J.
T. Heffernan, sergeant-at-arms. So Illi
nois Is early organised and ready for
action. At Altgeld's suggestion it was re
solved to move for the abrogation of the
two-thirds rule in the national convention.
but when it was proposed by Delegate
Williams to announce the Illinois choice
far president the proposition was sat upon.
Both the above transactions have caused a
big buss of comment. The only explana
tion given for declining to name a candi
date is that tt was considered desirable to
look the field over more completely than
has yet been possible before taking a posi
tion. It Is Intimated, however, that Altgeld
who is In complete control of the delega
tion has plans of his own which are not
yet sufficiently matured to be sprang.
Those who talk with him say that he is
especially concerned to secure a candidate
on the national ticket who will add
strength to the Democracy in Illinois.
Ex-Congressman Williams, who made the
suggestion that the delegation should In
dicate its preference,' said that he had In
troduced the subject because he believed
that if the Illinois delegation would take
a position at this time it "could practically
name the candidate, because of the influ
ence It would have upon other doubtful
delegations. "I shall renew the sug
gestion at our meeting to be held next
Sunday," he said, "and hope It may no
then be too late for the state to make Its
Influence felt: but the sooner we act the
stronger we shall be.
Williams admitted that while the name
of no person had been mentioned In the
meeting his purpose had been to, If possi
ble, secure instructions for Bland. "He la
the man for us to nominate if we would
not be misunderstood," said Williams.
"The people know where Bland stands on
the money question, and while others may
be as reliable for silver they are not so
well understood to be, for none others
have been so thoroughly identified with
the cause as he has been. No explanations
would be necessary with Bland as the
Democratic candidate." Williams said
also that the Democrats of southern Illi
nois were practically a unit for Bland and
expressed the opinion that Bland could
carry the state on a free coinage platform.
TEIXEB DODGES THE BOOMERS.
Slips late Oataha Before They Knew Be
Omaha, July 1 It was the Intention of
the free silver people here to give Senator
Teller a grand reception on his arrival in
the city yesterday afternoon, but the emi
nent bolter defeated the purpose by coming
in on a morning train. He was inter
viewed by aa Associated Press reporter,
but proved to be "pretty dry shucking."
One thing he was positive about: ''Do
you think that the Chicago convention
will declare for free silver?" "There can
now be no doubt about that," replied the
"Would you accept the nomination for
president from that convention?" "I
should prefer not to answer that question.
No man can accept or decline that which
has never been tendered him." .
"Do you think the nomination of Boles
or Bland would be acceptable to the free
silver Republicans of the Rocky mountain
states?", "Yes. I think our people would
support either of those gentlemen or any
otner man of gooa cnaracter ana ability
who is recognized by those favoring the
tree coinage or silver.
Then the senator grew non-committal
again. "Would such a nomination carry
the mountain states that usually have
gone Republican?" "That I cannot an
swer. Any of thoee men would poll an
enormous vote, but whether' they would
carry one or more states lam not prepared
to predict. '
"What will become of the Populists?
Will they be absorbed?" "I could not
answer that question, for I nave not been
taken into their counsels. -
He was more inclined to have an opin
ion oa the tariff: "Do you think the tariff
will be an Issue in toe coming campaign?"
"I do not. I think it will be lost sight of
In the light on -the financial question. I
believe all other matters will be subordi
nated to this one question." At t:40 the
senator left for Denver. .
Ckaadler-s Fl.aartal Posit lee.
Coscord, N. H., Jnly 1. Senator Chan
dler has an editorial In his paper, The
Monitor, which says: "Whenever the
choice comes, . If tt ever must come, be
tween permanent acquiescence in tba
single gold standard and the adoption by
toe umtea e tales ox tne single silver
standard, The Monitor and Statesmaa
will not bs found on the aide of gold. Bach
a monetary system will everywhere toad
to make the rich richer and the poor poorer.
and will inflict grinding poverty and In
tense woe upon the great insists of the
helpless mankind all over the world."
PTTTSBTjaa, July V National Chalrmaa
Harrity, aa route to Chicago for the Dem
ocratic convention, said the outlook for a
gold standard plank was not as favorable
es heretofore, and that the etlvar men
would probably dominate the ceavenBo
and put their man in nomination for
KBjrroX, O., Jaly L -The
via Dunn, of Lef-aa
18C3 ' JULY. 1CC3
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ft ancient idea of flushing the
en and gurtvrsof city streets with sea
water is being vigorously discussed In
Buny places, In England it has come
into such favor that a prcpfition is
now put forward to supply the city of
indon with sea water. The water
would be taken from the sea at a ppot
not far from Brighton remarkably free
from pollution. It would be pumped
into a leecrvoirof 10,000,000 gallons.
Thence it would be farced into another
reservoir, from which it would gravi
tate to London. The present consump
tion of water in London is 200,000,000
gallons a day, of which 40,000,000 gal
lons is used for municipal purposes.
This might be saved for domestic pur
poses by the introduction of aea water.
The cost of the project is pat at 92,2.ro,
000, and the sea water would be sup
plied by meter for public purposes at a
fraction of the present cost of fresh wa
ter. One watering of the streets with
sea water is said to be equal to two, or
even three, with fresh water. It pre
vents the decomposition of street refuse,
it is effective for flushing sewers, and
particularly valuable for the extinction
of fire. Of its value to health there is
no doubt, and it would be easy to sup
ply it to hospitals and to schools for
Over 400 patents have been taken out
in England for the manufacture of paper
and more than 600in this country,
"Celluloid" collars snot cufls are water
proof and will not wilt with perspira
tion. You can wear them on the hot
test day or in the hottest place with
comforting knowledge that they will
look es nice when yon take them off,
as they were when you put them on.
When they get soiled yon can clean
them yourself in a minute, with a
damp cloth or sponge. Get the
. ' "TfSjl.llltD
and you'll have the right kind.
Thrr n imitate, of wranr, but it r ot H
grauinc insM npna tbnm wit h abovo Wade nark.
aoln arerrwhara, or and direct to am- Ollat.
' omtjs ttaffa SI cevta pair, anilaa. paid. State
aUe and Ktjim waated.
- vas CBU.VLOID cohpab-t,
' C Vat etdxr aex.
taaru - -- J T s rls
a T- WiUavery atWaa. .aawrit
a . - a r ra t a wv-
I r f. CMafa CsJBsst 4asn
.n.M. sa m im i
Mini" AW inw ?M
f.Unv Peon! Surorisfd. f,znv Incrulolis hut Hur
The Offer is to be Carried
who Apply betore July o irui Keceire Medicines
and Treatment Absolutely Free without 1 .-,
Money and Wthout Price. ;
Tha auuousoemeat made g Ue
daily papers of this city dariaf tha
last week that DBS. iuu at Unlaw
FORD would aatil Jaly e treat all
patients who came to them free,
made a siagular not to say notable
It is safe to say that Bo .anaoaaee-
ment ever made in tha oolumas of
any newspaper was ever received
with snch decided astonishment bj
It cannot be true, some said,
there must be some mistake about
it. These gentlemen certainly do
not mesa that they are going to treat
every oae free and tarnish them
medicine. Why. tha beak of Eng
land could not stand such exDeBse.,,
It was almost amasing to listen to
the questions that were pat to these
I cannot nnderstand,nona patient
said. "Do yon positively mesa that
yon will treat me and give me medi
cine and not charge a eentf Why
should yon do UP What do yon do
It seems too good to be true,"
said another. "I don't know why
you should make this offer, but!
am very glad to avail myself of it."
Doctor," said aaother, is there
not some trick about it? I cannot
for the life of me understand why
you are willing to give away your
services snd medioine without re
ceiving anything for them."
And so through tha crowds of vis
itors ran the same current of incred
ulity and astonishment. Not a dol
lar was received from anyone. Nor
was any agreement made to take
money at anj future time.
There need bs no occasion for mis
understanding or misinterpreting
this offer. It mesas just what it
says, that all patients applying for
treatment before July 6th are to bs
treated and furnished with medicines
for two weeks absolutely without
DRS. YORK AND CRAWFORD do
not make this offer for benevolent or
charitsblepurposes. It is entirely
a matter of business with them. It
is their method of introducing them
selves and their work to tha reading
public - T
. No one. whether rich or porr aeeq
have the slightest hetitaaey avail
lag themselves of this oppor. Baity t
These physicians make tertela
clear and distinct claims as o their
superior skill as specialists, aad they
offer the public this opportunity of
testing the merit of these claims.
That is all there is about it.
Two Weeks' Ueiicina , tr.i
Treatment Free to rJI I
Who Apply tt Their
Cse before July
Dm. York A Crawford will poet ti rely ex
amine, prescribe for, treat and sapply wHS
medicines, for two weeks, all perssaswfie
apply to theat daring this time, making ae
charge whatever. Until Jaly 6th, eoomil-
tation, examination, stediciae aad treatment
am free to the publie tie money will be ae
eeptei for any kind of service by the pbysi
Haas sad no agreement to take money at
any tints will be made. . r t
They Are Ccdrj(
Itt be known that dally '
the relief and eare of j(
Casuals Dytaaatty, KUwj D
Permanent Offices, - L
OFFICE 1IOTJE3 t to
LI. I, A
TrBlves of It
Ott to the Very Letter, and All '
I Mai aa. . T -
A Prominent rreabvterlan
Rsr. W. R. Baldridre,ot Brooklyn.
Iowa, is well aad favorably . kaowa.
aotoaly ia the religioas circles bat
throughout the slate.
Mr. Baldridge Is a graduate of
IfoBmouih college. Illinois, where
he received the degree of A. at.
(Blaster of Arts), He also holds the
degree of B. D. (Bachelor of Divla
ity), which was conferred upon him
by the faculty of the theological
seminary at Xenis. Ohio. For sis
years he was a pastor et the Uaited
Presbyterian church at St. Chatlss.
1 Brook Irs, la
Iowa, aad Its been activate
la the wort of the miaiitry f
. - . i -
men tweivs years. , t. jr I
Mr. Baldedfre. in Sneaklne niV.j . I
course of treatment by the TORI L I
the aoaa. throat aad stomach, doe.
so after cartful thought. He Is not
tba man to Ightlr make a statement.
Sfr Isa klsa axsaJMt. .
sa assi ssMur v w am tuiuu. -
Mr. Baldrif're says: . "Every pro
iesioaai r .sBaa, especially oae of
my calL news , whSl a zaaaicut
thing it f j to) KvB always a lei
head if fir n r-lad. - Cathrrl
haa, ttr Tr t.tr u great, det
rimeattsi e.1 Till vlaease. which
at first rrr. 2 le- Cha anno
of tha eacr'xj Jnr froi
noselato teUlrr . charscU
of this mairi ti 1 as it
cbroaie, asarstt - memory so
- - . K
varer. my Sto:
t foods trl 'Id canseavaeul
hmrj rVtpeptie facing.
are t si I had to give up
r esn.U syaeks, aad weat o
r : 1 r-ningt, for the ( 1
itzz the satire dig s- .
sa, . - Jog at times murS"
i vaiun. zoTKdtira
r,i waii oi aeeompiis..
I ma te most woadarf ul re
after three months tmi
t i low preaeh again with'
aay kind; my msmory Is
f streBgtheaed;my head
s again clear; my ston
tr: I a thrill of new life...
r- - at I am better able for
F'-- sal work than for veara.
I C JSider that 't.r imtu
Uoa aad exported fn0w that they
ft... mmwm..uK vmrw MV anSV-JOB, to
each individual case. For thaUaeet
of those who may be saffertag as I
suffered, I heartily com mead thair
methods aad treatsseat. Fraier
Ball. , W. B. Iauiimb."
7 Chronic Dizzzts.
are made by the New
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