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T11K Alifi' s
WILL ROB NO MORE.
Good Riddance at Last of the
a tutii naira ;;oore, wu' tr- ? tcir
I he nioe of Texas Jai. Up to midnight
th bfii.iit who made Lis (rva:: had li-Ot
SHADOW OF DEATH.
The White House Enveloped in
SAD STGSY CrEOPZLESSWAIIIFG.
THE IAFiA AT CH:CCO.
A MiJ-r tkf Ofi:ri! H-!i-Te W Com-mitt-ci
by That x-ii?-.
CKJCAoO. Oct. ,. Mi!:! Wiener,
of th Chicago I'ilr. w -Ik, ha. teen work
in.; oVi.-r.Tly f-vr -.",irr.l !-.-. on t"e c.sc
of ili'-.-o M'.nlr.o. f-.z. Ita.ifti who a-.
FOUR DEAD. 02E CEST2JS TO DIE. ' v.i:: s v.- r.i-b: in a . s..n.
i lOj-v. yii.-r. '.z.'j was a viiiim .f the
-.&. . thii.k tL&i a br;.'.L of the
I ciV'.y J :ch c-:r.s-i so ro:chtw;!!e iii Xew
1 srJ-ar;'- a 1,::1- .(: & yJ-ar ro erl-T-s iu
TKe Ire-iieiit Hewry Barin of Som-w
kati Care Hi Ie-oeed Wife a Foomd
Woman ud He Brki-Hfrtrf Man
Pttfcetle t a Cabloe Mrrtie;
If i AJ i--s Lr Him Alone with Hi
,ri-f Th Moarsfal Hom t ominjj
front (lie M-aa:it.
WifHiV'iTAS, Oct. o A cloud of de
sspondeT.cy 1.5 gathered about the execu
tive ifLar:"-.'"?!. for tLr presj.Jer.t, Lis family
ti'I his z.iz. friiTrfin now realize that
Mr. liajTrw-n is bvyor.d recovery. They
bit foogh t Jurai'is that belief for iriany
week past ajd the pLysk-iatis hiv. w-sjtt
to ik,W out f-ojie. bet tL- trnth Las at tt-t
tw-n f.TtvrJ. Hri'i tL-y -fcv:rjl
tliat n-o-arthry tlli can t-riiiij ti-yr KurTerer
Ij-jC to L-H i T?. m:r-;il and i hy-k-al
THE ERY LATEST.
Cocscn. Grovk. Ka., Oct 6 A
frei. bt train ob ite Masccrt Pci5e xaet
with as ki'ieBi !hU QC-rciog ciufeJ by
b tra eing l trough a bornitg bridge.
The eng er atd rea:.n were insUnUy
kEIed. After the MxiiJenl occarred the
wreck took fire, barring 13 ctrs of graia.
frailty f bmleet-
MmABTniE. Pa., Oct. Tte jary in
the tmbmiimtBt cses of Dc2tBBters,
retained averdrct tb':s tcoroicg of gaiUy
as to Hon- Gtorge Wai!&ce Ue!tns'.er?,
and not goLty as to tLe otter dtfenanta.
"ire la Xw Vark.
Xew Yokk. Ocu 8. Kioaej Eros.'
cie-rtt fc:ory oaTweatj-secoDi tret
between Tenth and Twelfth fcTen'ot-B was
deftrjyed by fire ttis moroite witk
Irs of 2 VJ.OO Serer! fi.-eaiea ware
tad:y hurt bj ra.lltg wa'.:s.
pon tLr- prv j-lt-r.t dariiia t
If Hi. Wound Io-a't fl!m Jn'lc
LyE-b WiJl A :xth ' lo- I'r-kl f,y
lu.tioa f '1 . ,y the L "t Trtt
f'HircM' L1t. wi:h .ntJ.-r I'sallr
Hart A ILil ,n ofT j Kun.,
ftaah That l:rnt;Ht on a I'.lotlj Uali;-
";ry of lb I'icbt.
CV,fT J.TVILLF-. KV . fKt. f,. Th DillV-Tl
tr:! of outlaw, tlir r:.'-f n',oriv.i the
trft. was off tbe fi.': of tL -art5i
-r r t-r!ay, lr;t U t)-r Isftftl ahkh rv
p,'.il in tbTir -ir-rTi:i.'j-ion tf.r-r K''l
-i':rrft w-r: kiil k:jI tvo titaliy
w"jra!-'L T1j l'-sp-n'Vi-s. wlio bad
trr'wn V,Wr a thry tb-OMirt.t thrr were
bJk'v a3i law rd that th offi-r of th
o'ifitrr wrr powrirM aif'iiii.i tfcm. had
att-fi,tl to raid the barjk of thi piar
tb-jr old hon wh-t tinry Trt'.-t tbr fate
whi'.-h tb?y e, w-Il rr!?ritl. b':t which thtr
ha1 ht-rofor ecapd- IW th &mGul
tbir fcfffrta to train rb-ry tfcT mi-' t
ixw be aliv-, but emulation of tb Jm
hoy pimrd tb-ir dath. Tbi1- M tb-ir
ftrvt f r-.r- at ba;,k rjWy and tbeir last
rir of (.aibwry.
Opened Bliwi la Two Ilanka.
The six outlaw cam into town totj-ther
an br-hck about o'clock, ai'I leav
ing tbdr horxi in an a!l.-T wnJltfl rapii.y
acrrMt the ayuare and four ;tTrd Con
don' lank and two tb first XationaL
At Condofi'a bank the r?vloT wfrr
told by Cabi7 Ball that the time lock
wold not be opn nntil 10 a'clock, ao.hoW
inx tbeir WincbctT on Kail and Teller
t'hiw. C'arpf-tiNT.they aaid thy would wait,
takinit- meanwhile. the money in tb?drawr.
Bob and EmmHl Ia!ton wrre the two who
took in the Finn XationaL fre wf re
f'abi-r AyreH, bin won IJrt and Te!lr V,'.
li. SbephfT'L They w-re forrl to (rive up
all the money in the tfe which waa haati
ly hovwi into jat. Tlie Ualton then
forced the thre ont of the frjnt d'xtr aud
folUjwl ritfht aftr tbem.
Tb t'ttrht Kcn Hot and IK-arfly.
The alarm had in the meantime htn
trir-n and a the outlaw apparel Ow,rve
Cubine, a inerchant. and Eipr Air-nt
Cox hot at ttv of th-m. lal!y woundibir
him. The ontlaw then returned the fire,
killing Cubine. Tlie rfwr in Condon's
hank hot out of the window, hittiriK Arre
and Cbarlea I5rwn. Iv.th robern then
ran hack throuifh the tmnk, when they
were met by I.uciii Baldwin, a clerk, and
fatally wounderl him. The citiz-na lein
thoroughly arouwJ iy this time, were hot
and heavy after th ri and after a flrht, in
whi'-h City Marh-tl C-fnne!!y wa killed
kucoImI in killing t!:- four d-iperadon
nainwl and mortally wounded Kmineit,
who lie in a room h-re. Il will die with
out a doubt, if not in one way then an
other. I.ucky ftpear Wa on Hand.
.Tirn Spear, a livery tnh!e kee;er, with
hi 'incheter rifle 1. thn-e of rbe out
law in a niany seconds. Tlii crearl auch
a diversion that t'je cnnl.lMl to
tjet clow; enouvh t' kill another of the rob-ln-r.
The two n-rnainint; robix-r dropj-l
th"ir plunder and niountel their hore,
but a poe wan ouickly in pursuit, and one
more of the bandit t-'nnx f-ll from )ji hore
mortally wounded aiout two mile from
town. The mxtb ami liit v. a ti!l beini
piiruel at latest af ount. The man who
tfot away ia supposed to U- Allieflee. Tbi
i the old home of the Dalton, mid It i
peculiarly approrinte that the world bould
lie rid of the K"K here.
, When the lii wanla Should C'O.
. The larKe reward for the capture of the
outlaw dead or alive will, if the citizens'
wlhe are rep;tel, VP to the families of
the murdered citizen. All of the money
wa recovered to a cent awl turned over to
the hank. Kmmett Bui ton haa made a
partial cmifewaion that hi Kanft waa the
name that roMed the I'noific Kxpreae car
on the Miaouri, Kamtaa and Texaa rail
way at Adair Htatioit, in the Indian terri
tory, lust July and committed other darinx
I fiot In Tli a Ijite for the Fan.
Tlie news waa telegraphed to Parson
shortly after 10 o'clock and General Super
intendent Frey, of the Missouri, Kansas
and Texas railway, with his special car
In which were thirty or forty trusty citi
jhtih with Wincheatcr and shotfruns, came
to CofTeyville to assist in runninK the des
peradoe to Ijay. Tney found on their ar
rival that there waa but little work for
them to do, as the plucky inhabitants at
CofTeyville had wound up the careers of
I.l.t of Head and Wounded.
Followinf is a list of the casualties: Dead
Bob Balton, Grant Dnlton, Torn Ileddy,
and an unidentiiiwl all desperadoes; C. T.
Connelly, marshal of CoiTeyviUn; George
Cubine, merc-hant: Charlea Brown, shoe
maker. Fatally wounded Kmmett Bal
ton, desperado; Thomas G. Ayres, cashier
of the First National )mnk; Lucius Bald
win, clerk in Brown's shoe store. Sliiditly
wounded T. A. Ileynohls and Bouia Bietz,
Worthy of Their Relatives.
The Daltons were second cousins of the
James boys and nephews of the famous
YouUKers, who are now servinfc life sen
tences in the Minnesota penitentiary. It is
mid they acquired the desire to become
train rohliere by rcudiiiK the accounts of
the daritiK deeds of their relatives. They
hew" their career of outlawry alwut two
years ao and neurly every train robliery
committed in the southwest siace that time
has been attributed to them. It Is said
the proceeds of their ' robberies amount to
A Wounded Cltlsen Dead.
Lucius Baldwin, one of the fatally In
jured citizens, died during the afternoon.
The unknown desperado has been identified
Tbr xrv- Are Iauaft.
i ... r-.:--i :- .
th- "vi.:-i' arid ti.
of rl.r-- I'A.'irr- tiil i: irrK-.,
c:-:v e.-ii. .;-). bre. TI.e
v--r- r.r -.':t sr, tve wVfl S
of ti.e s.r
it wa.. Aa-
Vr,o- w hofir-i ri, i
they wtid Svalo K'La v. tL
Ijt'.t-T ce rj'i.-ce were toM tit
Haf.l They ff-art'f! tT:e "jt: Tiei:r-.
Tii- -ictira hijiwif wid t).:-;i i: w.. An
tonio .Mhrui'i. t HV.ffm ere at work
to fi:d th"e ihrw- mefj. but tho'Jt-I, fort:lil
with many a!dr- fail-! tofjod ai.y of
tbem. The everi mn t sriln ;;t on
tl.; r- k. and it wa fratberwl frr.'i them
b,'it tfjy fesr"l the C'fise'juence if they
should tell anythinir. The wife of tiie rr.r
dered rnan told Lieuf-nant W'L-Vr th.it
her b uiand -va the victim of the Mafia.
A well-to-do Italian bfer-r alo l:otifi-d
hirn of the :hic of the ei-ty. aud an
Italian froc-r wore that be knew t f its
KILLED EY DESPERADOES.
An Ineident That Ha Stirred t'p the Io-p-
of JarltMin. Mitw.
Ja Kvs, 5:i.. f.t. 6. This city wa
thrown into intense excitement yesterday
by the r-port that Tuelay nijbt, fi.e
mile went of TVmy in the southern portion
r'f this county, two white men named IVn
Watkir: and J. I. Davis and a nf-fc'rr v.ere
k:llx! by a ijind of four robbers and house
thieve. The two white men are promi
nent citizen. Both the ifovemor Bisd the
benff were telejmipbed to do w hat they
could in the capture of the d-sperade,
who are all mouiitAl. A full description
r the horse was (riven, but the dcKjiatch
fails to wty whether the rib?x-rs were black
or white. The supposition is. however,
that tl;-y are a art of the same (thi v. Lo
r,blyl w-veral st'.re in this county lat
week, two of r.hom were arr-stL
I'oitlal rime in erifla.
AT;.'h. Ga.. Oct. 6. The only tracfMr
') ' r---;,rt! in cvriti-"tion with thepend
jilitjcil c,i;ri;-?n'tm c-curred Tuesday
hi V.'iijt.erville. .John Patterson, a nejzro,
nii-r'I frr.m a hi:i:ii; place and hot W.
I. Tuck, a jro:ii!iiii:t citizen of Winter
ville and c'-usiii of Mayiir Tuck. t this
place, through the iowels. Tuck's in
j iir:- will prolrfibly prove fatal. The ne
:to ts-ii;Kl at first. lut was hit-cr s-hot tc
ueath by a pss.
Horrible frlje In Kcntwcky.
Astii.avi. Ky., fx-t. '.. Mrs. Jo;ia Van
meter, of Idaho, Pike county, was found by
her two child reii last Monday iiiuht lyinij
in tlie past ure nr the bouse vjth her
kull crushwl to a pulp and her o-month.-old
baby wi'iit throat cut from ear to
ear. Her bn.hand, with whom she never
live1 happily, and who is now missing. Is
supposed to re the murderer.
Made C hurch Kohhlng Hi Specialty.
Moxlteal, Oct. 6. A noted American
crook name1 Fred Bertrand has been
arrested here for robliery. He was only re
cently rcdeiuw.d from the Albany peniten
tiary. Over 1,0") worth of church orna
ments was found in the prisoner's room.
They Are Oolng One by One.
pAKKEKfiBffco, W. Vs., Oct. 6. Jack
Getitry, a notorious outlaw, was shot dead
Tuesday near Covington. Ky., by Sheriff
Byer and two deputies while resisting ar
rest. Gentry was wanted for four murders
recently committed. ;
CniCAfK), Oct. B. Yesterdny's me'ting of
the Congregational American board of for
eign missions saw the great question of the
year in Congregational circles virtually set
tled for the time being. It was the ques
tion of church representation in the Amer
ican board upon which nineteen of the
state associations had unequivocally ex
pressed themselves. The whole subjpet of
church represeptation with all relevant
powers was put in the hands of a special com
mittee of eleven. The committee is as fol
lows: Dr. F. A. Noble, Dr. Alonzo Quint,
Bon. Franklin Fuirlianks, Ralph Kmerson,
President W. li. Ballentine, Dr. Llewellyn
Pratt, George H. Bust, Charles II. Case, S
C. Moses, Dr. A. F. Dunning, liowlanc
The Itcnl Ktate Men.
BtTFAbo, Oct. 0. At the session yester
day of the real estate convention the follow
ing paK-rs were read: u Real Kstate Bourda
and Kxcliangs," by Benjamin Hardwick,
of New York, "Building and Ixmn Associa
tions nnd Their ' Tnfluence on Heal Rstate
Interest,' Judge Seymour Dexter, of El
mira, N. Y.; "The Irovince of the Heal Es
tate Man," Marvin W. Fair, of Cliicago;
"Tlie Torrena System," Frank Terry, of
Milwaukee. A uumlier of resolutions were
referred to the proper committee. North
western delegates caucussed, and decided
to cast a unite1 vote for St. Paulas the
next place of meeting.
Left Their ItlU "of Complaint.
. BALTISIOKE, Oct. C. The grievance com
mittee appointed at the Pittsburg meeting
of the Baltimore and Ohio telegraphers
about a month ago called on Superinten
dent of Telegraph Selden yesterday and
presented their schedule. The committee
bad only a brief interview, leaving their
bill of complaint with Mr. Selden for con
sideration. It asks for increased salaries
and shorter working hours.
tw c:M,Li l-r-jj i-n very trre&t a"
left iT mark ii'.ifr. Li.n. Mr. Harriet
mo-t d-'-rr.--: and bis d erotica to bis
fi.r.;'.y is vse of the beaatiful fatur-.- of
bis life. .-:o-e the day be flr-t reiliz-i the
fact thtt bi- wife was cri'.icsiily fli the
president ha been a c-tant waTcber at
TTif, Tir--r-tive Itnro-em-nt.
After ber r'jrti from In Lake there
was ar, a;pu; efct t-bh?. for ti e T--tt-r, b-:;t
the pr-:d-ct was am..nir the fir-t to dis
cover that ir.'iprovezoent was ot;Iy tezi-.-fK-rftry.
Is j';te.-f tLeeDCourat.'iri is-;"irt
and the softened expres.si-.n.s r-f Dr. Gard
ner the !ev,,t i busJiand knew that the
end n'ist ci'ie. and that at nodi-rant day.
Tuerslay at c-ibiaet meeting Mr. Hirri.-on
for the f:r.t time sfx-ke of the trrvat afflic
tion w hich ut iiar,iiig over b:rn. Ki.- ful
:Hers considerately withdrew, st--;:;i- that
be was tv deeply moved todw-uss the af
fairs of siate und-r fvich trying circurr.
tit&cces. Terrible Strain on the President.
Tbe"rin t;p-n Mr. IIarri-.-n has len al
most more than be c-:!d fn-w. The
iety for the fate of the woman who has
l-n the contAnt and loyal comjani"n
of bisentire man boo1 was retideri doubly
acute by demands ma--l un bim by the
exitfeneie of a president:.! ramsiai, bs
well as by the important affairsjof star th t
have calil for consideration and n ij:-.-t-ment.
The meeting of the Grani A rr.-jy "f
the Republic, too, the gmn 1- -t ai:d 'TiAt
est in the history of the f t:-::sj:1'w.. was
an event looked forward to 7y no bumble
soldier w ith more easterr:-'--- a.-:d er.thus:
asrn than by the president of the b'nited.
States, who wo'ild have d.-emel it. as be
himself says, one of the p:oudet-t a-ts i
bis private or ofticial life t.' march down
the historic avenue side by side with bis
comrades of tbirtv rears ao.
Cannot Come to the Indication.
Norv the president ha b-en f.-rced to an
nounce that be carmot partic:-vit in the
coming great celebrations in the est a::d
the west in commemoration of the great
est and most important discovery the world
has known. He is a r::au who dots n-yt
carry hi heart npon bis sleeve, and the
world will r:ver know bow much be has
suffered. With the shadow of death hover
ing ver the one nearest and dear-t to bim
h- ha gone n)iotit his daily t.-tsks -ith a
cotnposure .and d iiiity that eTc:te-i the
wonder an1 admiration of frii n ls and
f'jes alike, but those w bo are nearest him
know bow deep bis sorrow is.
Tlie Wife I5erin; t', nravcly.
Mis. Harrisn ias cheerful as it is possi
ble for a brave hz-art to le. hut niTit-h of her
aj,;iri.t liveliness and int-r-st iu ,vht is
golf.u; on fout ber is assumed in a noble
attempt to lighten as far as ,.is3,!e the
l:inien frim the heart of her busliand, well
Tiiijh weighel dow n ns he is with a sense of
bis own bereavement, nnd by the physical
wearinta of bis long hours of patient
watching at her Isviside )y night atid his
faithfulness to bis public duties by day.
The fletnm from the Motijtains.
It was u iwl journey, the return from the
mountains. The whole city was d-corat-d
in honor of the Grand Army. The presi
dent, seated in the ambulance beside the
str.-tcber on which his wife reclined, had no
eyes for aught but her face. When he
alightsl from the ambulance he did not
raise his eyes to view the surrounding dis
play of fljigs and bunting, but seemed ob
livious to everything save the woman who
has been srich a comfort and help to him
since the day he married her at the modest
little village home in the west.
TWO MEN ROASTED TO DEATH.
A I'lre at Howell- fit Ich., Lrestrovs a
Howell, Mif. Oct 6. A fire brotf Out
in the cellar W Isaac Birsh's general store
on Grand River street yesterday, and liefore
it was gotten under control at 5 o'clock hod
burned a whole square of stores. No esti
mate of the loss can be made at this writ
ing. Caught In a Wall Collapse.
While a number of persons were engaged
in remotdng good from Hickey & Good
now's store an explosion occurred. The
walls of the building collapsed and many
persons were buried in the ruins. F. G.
Hickey and Darwin Wines were roasted to
death. A dozen others are alsolnjured.but
The Chance of His Life.
CirriNTSATi, Oct. 6. Dr. Leonard Fre
mr.n, n prominent young physician of this
ci'-;. and one of the Cincinnati quarantine
ofiicers, has liecn stricken with consump
tion. Dr. Freeman i an enthusiastic st u
dent of bacteriology, and has lieen giving
KtH-cial attention to tlie Koch cures for con
sumption. It is supioed that through
contact with consumption germs he con
tracted the disease.
Would Seem To Ite Cheap Enough.
CiiAMrAKJX, II!.., Oct. 6. The Illinois
Central K.-tilrond company will lie obliged
to pay SM.OJXJ Tor the death of Patrick II.
Quirk, iu a wreck on May 2S, 181. Two
tramis were arrested for causing the wreck,
and sent to prison, but evidence has leen
adduced showing tl.HT wreck was caused
by the h-nd condition c . Tack, and that
the coi.vioed train vriecivi.:., .,ad nothing to
do with it.
Sale of Nolrd Horse.
KEW "Y Oim, X-t. n. A uumlier of hor 't,
.from the vrotting stablts of Sire Bros.
sold at TattenuiII's yesterday. The bay u-iia
Rosalind Wilkes, with a record of 2:14, sold
for ( 4,500. She is 10 years old. The bay
gelding Harry Wilkes, with a record of
2:13) i, sold for SOO. The bay gelding
Great Eastern, with a record of
sold for f 1.0UX
Bishop BrecEAn. of Dallas, has. it is said,
been selete,J by the pope a the besid of
the "new ar-bdkjcee of Texas. He is the
yoariir-t archbishop in the world.
Err;eT A. Know-ton. ag-d 14 years, com
tnirted nicide at TTt-nto b-caase of
troiibl- fjv- a bievcle be bad lxaght on
the izistauicent pian.
Among the distint-rsished pe-'-;-?e whose
death is reported fr ia Europe are Gabriel
Vital Dnbray. the French sculptor, acred 75
years: lingo Franz Brach-I!e. the Austrian
ftati-tician. i ar:d Htv. .T. V. Mt.n
icerv. the odest Corig-rev-atiotial clergyniiin
The H-intzrImarins. b-snkers of Berlin,
who were c. nii ted of defrauding tbeir
client, have been sentence1 to three years'
imririsor; ment. ar.d Gribriel Iywir-ky, con
victe"! of riiding and abetting them. ha. re
ceived a similar sentence'.
The diseajse that ha6 necessitated thetem
Torary r-t irement of Lotta frr-rn the sxa?e
is located in the sr-'.r.e. and her physician
aivises Ler that she rrnst dance no more.
Francis Roosevelt, manager of the R-"ose-vt-It
or'an works, at Xw Yrk. nnnounces
that the works are to be permanently closed
because the capitai reiuired to rr;n them
c-iTi be more profitably employee elsewhere.
Obaliah C. Vosbett, paying teller c-f the
Smyrna ' Del.) X&ttonal bank, has pir-.vlr-d
g-iiiiy to a charge of making false entri..-
onthelank's books. The amount of Lis
bhortage is roK.
The Columbus, O., board of trade brs
adopte1 resolutions requesting the World's
fair managers and the OhicAgo municipal
authorities to take measures to prevent
extortion from visitors t the exp.i-itioa.
Commercial organizations throughout the
country are asked to join in the request.
Peter Hoagland dug up a meteor that fell
on the farm of John Goddard. ia Winne
bago county, Ia. Goddard claimed the
meteor and the courts have decided that
the- claim is good.
Farmers of Johnson county ,Mo., are corn
plaining of the immense number of grass
hoppers that have appeared lately and are
doing great damage to the bite corn crop
and new wheat which is just coining up.
Hundreds of acres of wheat have already
The Illinois Masonic grand lodge le
elected all the officers for another term,
Monroe C. Crawford, of Jonesboro. being
the grand master, and Loyal I Muon, of
Freeport, grand secretary.
Beginning with a hail storm Buffalo
weather developed a light snot? which,how-
ever, melted as fast as it fell.
Alexander Bell was confined in the
at Troy, Tenn., on a charge of rape.
isn't there now. Judge Lynch.
Kpiseopal General Convention.
Baltimobe, Oct. The triennial con
vention of the Protestant Episcopal church
met at Immanuel church yesterday, Bishop
Whipple presiding, the regular presiding
bishop Williams l-ing too weak to oiTici
ate. Tne convention w-rmori was preached
by Bishop Wilmer. of Al.-ifw.ma. and was a
pb-a for church unitv. The bishop was
taken ill as b1 c!ed his sermon am! bad
to leave the church. In the ho"- of bish
ops Rev. Dr. Tat lock was m.-ule secretary
anrt Bishop Vttl,.y. of Maine, chairman,
fmly routine business wn tmnsj'-ted.
Rev. Dr. Dix was ei- chairman of the
house of deputies and Br. Hutchins secre
tary. Six-ty-six bishops are present and a
full attendance of dpt.uties.
-Woodyatt's Music Hons
No.' 1804 Second Avenue.
WOOBYATT & WOODY TT.
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This firm Lave the e-xcitisive eale for this ccur.tj.
Piain os enrjci Oro;3i-
WeSErs, -UYVEbAST, DECKER BROS., w hi;:..
E-TT-V. AND CAMP & CO.'? FIAXOf
A sd the E.STF.Y, WESTERN COT7AG12 ar d 7:
HAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
A feT I'M i?o cf rall Vr Ira' frr rfh-.-Ct:. We hive o-- (r:'5!:si..- L- - - . .
Bedroom I uites,
At never before heard of prices
G. O. HUCKSTAEDTS,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
Call in and see
FINK LINK (r
I i i T r
The best line of SCHOOL SHOES ever shown ; :he
The Type Combine Incorporated.
New York, Oct. 6. A compr.ny has been
lncoporated under the laws of Xerv Jersey
to be called the "American Type Founders"
Company." Its object is to control ail the
type foundries in the conntrv. The capi
tal will be t.i"ri.0fn. Nearly all the found
ries of the country are in the company.
WTrinrlit Sc Grceravall.
1704 SECOND AVEXTJE.
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
FOaST VON KOECKR11Z, Pharmacia.
On the vioz't
Liver, Stomach, and Bowels,
after Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets have done their work.
It's a healthy movement, too
a natural one. The organs
are not forced into activity
one day, to sink back into a
worse state the next. They're
cleansed and regulated mild
ly and quietly, without wrench
ing or griping. One tiny,
sugar-coated Pellet is ail that's
needed as a gentle laxative;
three to four act as a cathar
tic. They're the smallest,
cheapest, the easiest to take.
Sick Headache, Bilious Head
ache, Constipation, Indigestion,
Bilious Attacks, and all de
rangements of the Liver,
Stomach and Bowels are
promptly relieved and cured.
The Bee Hive not only
shows the largest and
best bought stock of
cloaks and millinery in the
tri-cities, but can and does
offer bargains in each de
partment calculated to
paralyze competition, open
the eyes of everv wide
awake cash buyer, and
prove to all that the Bee
Hive is "second to none
in stock, styles or low
. Your self-interest leads
you to the
114 West Second S'icet. D-.c:-e