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PLEADED FOR LIFE.
Remarkable Scene in a
York City Court.
AKGUMENT OF CARLTLE W. HAEEIS
"The Toan; Medical tixlitit Convicted of
roUonlo Hit Wife Reviews tbe Cane
Hefore Resentence and Renounces Two
of His 1'rnKfiuton Master Workman
Iaipsey Kefnsted n New Trial The As
mmb of John M. Clayton llelieved to
Bn Been Caught.
aew i ulcK, .Marta iil. There was a
packed court chamber vesterday when
Carlyle V. llarris,"-the alleged wife pois.
oner, convicted on circumstantial evidence,
was called to the bar to be resentenced to
elect rot hanasia. The prisoner rose and
with both hands Kra.sp:ue the rail in front
af Llni proceeded ia reply to the question:
"Have you auythintc to say why sentence of
death," etc., to deliver a speech of one and
a half hours, mostly in a voice so low with
physical weakness lli.it only those within a
few fewt could hear.
" Went Out the Case Fully.
He began at the twinning; told how he
nad pone to the district attorney as soon
as the first suspicions of his frail t were
printed in the newspaj ers. and demanded
an investigation; charged the detectives
and reporters with cooking up all sorts of
chartres against him in the usual Amer
ican process of trying the case in the papers
before t-i.ried in the courts; denounced
reporter Ilii worth I'tiuate in bitter terms,
and said, referrins to a statement that As
sistant Attorney Wel'iii.m had made, that
"Wellman lied, snd Welltnan knew he
Close of a Remarkable Speech.
He then prespiited the evidence his at
torneys h.ul leathered to secure a new trial
and marshaled in with great skilL He
would occasionally bnrst out strongly so
that every one in tue room could hear him,
but most oi Lis sjn'ech was in a whisper.
He closed as follows: "I am before my
judge, as you will some day come face to
face with your judge Recorder Smith,
stripped of all tiie earthly dignities.
There is a sustaining power in innocence,
which in this case has risen superior to the
terrors of death. Two years ago I visited
a lonely grave and today, as then, I thank
lioa that he who will may read in tuis new
evidence my innocence of this foul crime."
Interrupts the Recorder.
"My duty in this case is doubly painful,"
said the recorder as soon as Harris had fin
ished. -You are undoubtedly a man of
extreme ability. I regret to see you here
today. But after hearing all you have to
say 1 am still of tbe opinion that this new
evidence has no grounds. I am sustained
by the court of appeals. The data for the
execution having passed by reason of your
Appeal, it devolves upon me to again ap
point a day. Within the week beinninj
" Harris stood up and clutched the bar
with one hand. The other hand he
stretched out to the recorder. Then, rais
ing his voice, he cried: ''The last of Carlyle
HarrisI I warn you, Mr. Smyth, it will be
the last of school girl experts! The last of
perjured testimony and "
The Governor His Only Hope Now.
Deputy Sheriff Burke touched him on
the shoulder and he sank into his chair.
Your execution will, take place iu the
week beginning Monday, May R," the
recorder said. ''Remove the prisoner."
Harris picked up his coat; he was pa'e,self
contained, unbroken. But one man stands
now between him and an ignorminious
death, or at least lifelong imprisonment,
but the prisoner was quite blithe as he
left the scene of the impressive proceedings
which had just taken place. There was a
vast throng of people in the street, which
gathered around as tbe prisoner appeared
and folowed him for blocks.
Tbe Crowd Was with the Prisoner.
"Cheer up, Harris; you will beat the re
corder yet," yelled one sympathetic spec
tator. Harris smiled and said nothing.
Some one in the crowd on Center street
cried: "lie ought to be lynched." Another
big-voiced man yelled, "Three cheers for
Harris." The crowd responded lustily
with a confused, excited cry. The demon
stration surprised Harris, and as he passed J
"They believe me innoeent.if they cheer me
on the street."
The crowd left bim when the iron gates
of the prison clanged in their faces and the
policemen ordered them away.
Satisfied and Ready to Die.
' Harris appeared .very cheerfnl and when
told that he would not be taken to Sing
Sing until Wednesday expressed his grati
fication. "I feel like a man who has done
a good day's work and is tired. I am sur
prised at the way I held out. for this morn
ing I was very sick. I am very happy
now, for I have proved my case. I am sat
isfied now, though I have been legally tried
and convicted. They don't dare try me
again, though, for the prosecution would
be a farce. Well, it's over dov
and I am ready to die, although I declare
solemnly that I am an innocent man."
CLAYTON'S MURDERER CAUGHT.
An Arkansas Assassination on the Point
of Being Cleared I p.
Little Rock, March 21. The police here
are now confident that there is some
ground for believing that the murderer of
John M. Clayton at PlummerviHe is in
the hands of the authorities at Butte,
Mont. During the Breckenridge investiga
tion by tbe congressional sub-committee
on elections the evidence showed t hat the
pistol found under the window through
which the bullet was fired that killed Clay
ton had been sold by the Simmons Hard
ware Co., of St. Louis, to a Butte, Mont.,
hardware dealer and from bim it was pur
chased by a stranger. The authorities
claim that they have positively identified
DEMPSEY'S PLEA OF NO AVAIL.
Pennsylvania's Supreme Cqurt and the
PHILADELPHIA, March 2L The supreme
court yesdiy refused to grant the peti-
con to aamit to d&ii ana allow a special
stands under conviction and sentence in
the court of oyer and terminer of Alle
gheny county on the charge of felonious
and aggravated ass" It and battery for an
alleged attempt to j.son the workmen at
Homestead. The court made no comment
on the case. The same tribunal also made
a similar order in the case of the common
wealth against Robert Beatty.
Desperate Bandit Captured.
ACAPULCO, Mex., March 21. A courier
has arrived here bringing the news of the
capture of Leandro Soto, one of the most
desperate and famous bandit chiefs in the
state of Guerrero. Soto and his band have
been committing depredations in the dis
trict of Allende for several years, the
authorities being powerless. A few days
ago a strong force of troops made a raid
upon the rendezvous of the brigands. In
the fight that ensued two of the brigands
were killed and three wounded. A de
tachment of soldiers is on its way to this
city having in charge Chief Soto, who will
be summarily shot upon his arrival here.
Murder in Michigan.
S.G1XAW, Mich., March 21. A murder
ws committed in Cass City, Tuscola coun
ty, forty-six miles northeast of here, Sun
day morning. James Sheridan, 26 years
old, son of John Sheridan, a wealthy farm
er, was shot through the heart and in
stantly killed at the house of Carl Stev
ens, a hunter. The exact cause of the shoot
ing is unknown, although Mrs. Stevens ad
mitted that her husband did the shooting
with a Winchester rifle, Stevens imme
diately decamped. Mrs. Stevens has been
placed under arrest.
Caught that Sedalia Miscreant.
Gr.EELET, Colo., March 21. Xeill
Thompson, who has been under arrest here
for a week was yesterday identified as
John Davis, the negro who robbed and as
saulted Mrs. Charles L. Tavlor, at Sedalia,
Mo., Feb. 23, 1S91. The miscreant bound
the husband at the muzzle of a revolver
and then outraged the vrife right before
the husband's eves.
Wealthy Ttnt Must Do Time.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., March 21. Captain
George A. Kenyon, a well-known Rhode
Islander and very wealthy, was yesterday,
at Wakefield, sentenced to fifteen years at
hard labor in Cranston prison for shooting
John Mclnnes. a laborer in his employ
two years ago.
FAULT OF THE ENGINEER.
It Results in Four Instant Deaths One
Man Rlown to Atoms.
Ixkkridge. Ia., March 21. A terrible
accident occurred at a sawmill on the
Skunk river, three miles north of here.
Saturday afternoon. The engineer care
lessly let the water get low in the boiler
and one of the hands thought he would
prevent an explosion by turning on the
water. An explosion took place of course
and the man was blown to atoms.
List of the Victims.
The dead are: J ohn Adams, saw tender;
Gates, engineer; Baldozier, assist
ant engineer; Kshelman. a boy. Among
the injured are: Michael Hovern, owner
of the mill, and Theodore Lillyblade, both
probably fatally hurt. The scene of the ac
cident is in a back woods country. The
dead were horribly mangled and the in
jured are badly hurt.
PIERCED BY A RED HOT IRON.
Horrible Accident to un Employe of Tube
PlTTSBrRG, March 21. Henry Pomer
ing, an employe at the Pennsylvania Tube
works, met with a horrible accident yes
terday. He was engaged conducting a bar
of red hot iron through the rolls when it
slipped from the tongs. Before the man
was aware he was struck in the stomach
with the bar, receiving a terrible injury.
Mad with pain he seized the bar with his
hand, burning his fingers to a crisp, but
he struggled in vain to free himself from
the awful instrument of torture. Only by
the aid of his fellow workmen was the man
removed from the bar which had pene
trated his stomach and was roasting him
internally. He will die.
MRB. LANGTRY IN HASTE.
Hurries Back to England on Hearing
of Itaird's Death.
XlCE, March 21. Mrs. Langtry heard
the new of the death of Squire Abingdon
Baid during a Mediterranean cruise in the
yacht White Lady. She immediately
hastened to Kice, where she arrived yester
day morning and was very anxious to re
turn to England immediately. The train
was full of Englishmen returning home,
but with great courtesy they made room
for her and she left at noon by the rapid
express. She is much distressed at the
tidings of Baird's death, aud it is said that
he has left her a fortune of i.'40.(KK) a year,
with the whole of his racing stud and his
magnificent establishment at Newmarket.
WENT TO THE BOTTOM.
That Was Doubtless the Naronic's
Where Are Her Crew?
New Yoek, March 21. The finding of
two boats of tbe steamer Xaronic, one of
which had evidently been occupied, has
settled the fate of the vessel, but not that
of her crew. She had sixty-nine souls on
board, and it is hoped that they escaped in
bouts and were afterward picked up by
some vessel, as one of the boats was right
side up. It is supposed that the Naronic
ran into an iceberg.
Dixon and Siddons Fisht a Draw.
Xew York, March 21. In the battle last
night before the Coney Island Athletic
club between Billy McCarthy, of Australia,
and Jack McGee, of Boston, McGee fought
with gameness, giving as good as he re
ceived. At the end of ten rounds honors
were even and the fight was declared a
draw. The next fight was the event of
evening, but was a fake. Dixon and Sid
dons were the men. Dixon led all the
time, got in all the hits, none doing any
harm, however, and at the twelfth round a
draw was declared in disgust.
WAS ONLY ADVICE.
Part of Judge Ricks' Ann Arbor
A MISCONSTRUCTION OF HIS WOBDS.
What He Did Decide Indorsed by Cleve
land Lawyers The Cases All to Go to
the Supreme Court Whatever the Final
Decision at Toledo Frank Hard to De
fend the Brotherhoods Depew and
Wager Swayne Discuss the Matter Cau
tiously. CLEVELAND, March 21. It is stated here
that the remarks made by Judge Kicks at
Toledo upon the injunction granted have
been misconstrued. It was not his pur
pose to make them any part of the court
proceedings beyond advice to the men as
to what they should do in the face of the
court's orders. They were not intended in
the nature of a decision, as the case had
not at that time come up for trial. Today
at the hearing at Toledo it is expected that
a decision will be rendered. The members
of the Cleveland bar in general are of the
opinion that the course of Judi;e Ricks
was clearly right under the law by which
he was guided.
Attachment of Chief Arlhnr.
Chief Arthur is to baattacheil at Toledo
today for the purpose of detailing the secret
work and methods of the Brotherhood
of Engineers, and how he has authority to
order locomotive engineers to refuse to
handle the freight cars of the Toledo. Ann
Arbor and Xorth Michigan Railroad com
pany. He will be summoned for hearing
at 2 o'clock. Deputy United States Mar
shal Harmons is said to have the order for
Strikers Cases Postponed.
X. O. James, Ixe Thompson, and J.
Kessler, Lake Shore firemen who struck
Saturday, and James Lemon, L Clark,
James Rutger, John Conly and Charles
Case, engineers w ho also struck, appeared
in tbe circuit court yesterday as com
manded by Judge Ricks. They had James
H. Southard and ex-Congressman Frank
Hurd as their attorneys, who ai ranged
with the railroad attorneys for the contin
uance of the hearing until 2 o'clock today.
Xo matter what Judge Ricks decides iu
the contempt cases an appeal will be taken
to the supreme court.
Frank H-ird to Defend.
Frank Hurd will defend the seven en
gineers ami fireman. In an interview yes
terday Judge Ricks is quoted as saying
that he did not believe that Chauncey
Depew would have criticised the action of
the court had he understood the exact nat
ure of the action taken. Traffic on the Ann
Arbor road is somewhat congested despite
the herculean efforts of the company to
raise the blockade.
DEPEW AND WAGER SWAYNE.
Cbanncey Not Prepared to Discuss the
Matter Swayne Views.
Xew York, March 2L The officials of
the railroads were as much puzzwl as the
men yesterday over the situation at Toledo
and the action of J udge Ricks in prohibit
ing men from refusing to handle boycotted
freight. President Chauncey M. Depew,
of the Xew York Central, said: "Seriously
I think the decision a most surprising one,
but I could not discuss it without getting
the full text of the decision and studying
it. There are many things in the law
which are largely decided by precedents.
Xo one knows exactly in how many ways
the law can be interpreted until certain
exigencies arise. As to discussing the de
cision pro or con I am not prepared to do it."
N'ot to Be Passed on Hastily.
According to Wager Swayne, railroad
and corporation lawyer, Judge Ricks' de
cision is too important and too novel to be
passed upon hastily by a lawyer. He says:
"It has been the rule of equity to grant or
ders for injunctions probibitding individ
uals and corporations from doing certain
things that would cause irreparable
injury. But that is very different
from commanding a man to do a
thiiig. Individual fieedom is the basis of
what is most valuable in our national ex
istence. There may be some difficulty in
sustaining Judge Ricks' decision on con
stitutional grounds, for it might be held
that to prevent engineers from quitting
work without giving notice would be com
pelling them to remain in involuntary
servitude, which would of course be un
constitutionaL" Sawmillers Organize a I'nion.
Davenport, la., March 21. Employes ot
the sawmills here have organized a union
which they propose to make national ia
scope, there being now no organization of
such employes. A constitution has been
drafted which will be adopted and agents
are at work among the employes in other
cities along the Mississippi working up
local unions. The men are now working
eleven hours a day. Tbey will ask for ten
hours at present pay for eleven.
MACKAY IN DANGER OF DYING.
The Wounded Millionaire iu a Critical
San Francisco, March 2!. Jehu VT.
Mackay is in a dangerous condition and it
is said that he may die within twenty-four
hours. The trouble is not directly the re
sult of the bullet wound inflicted by As
sassin Rippey. Some foreign substance
has lodged iu the vermiform appeudix
and has made Li ui seriously ill. Iu
the weakened condition, due to his recent
wound, this new trouble is deemed ex-!
tremely dangerous. He had a bad time of
it yesterday, aud cable messages were sent
to bis wife ana son warning them of tbe
danger. To-day if the patient's condition
is Buch as to mike it possible an operation
will be performed as a lust resort.
Illinois Solous Do Nothing.
Sppjngfield, March 21. The legislators
are very slow in returning from their va
cation. There were only twelve senators
present when the senate convened yester
day aud Speaker Crafts was able to count
only seventy-three members of the house
when that body was called to order. As no '
quorum was present in either branch of ;
the general assembly no business of any'
kintl could be transacted and there was i
nothing to do but adjourn.
Shot by a Jealous Wife.
Kansas City, March 21. At 7 o'clock
last evening Mrs. Laura Coleman shot and
mortally wouuded her husbaud, Frank E.
Coleman, at their home, 503 Lydia avenue,
Mrs. Coleman, who is a beautiful young '
woman 21 years old, is of a very jealous
disposition. At the supper table she ac- '
cused her husband of paying attention to
other women and a quarrel ensued, daring j
which she shot her husband. j
Terrific Fatal Accident at Uttletleld this
Litchfield, 111., March 21. Fully
half this town was wrecked thi
morning bv an explosion of the boil
ers of the Mehler flouring mills, ii
which many persons were killed. The
entire rnillinjr plant, one of the larg
est in the United States, was entirely
destroyed. The walls and machinery
were scattered for blocks in every
direction. Hundreds of houses and
business blocks were completely
shattered and crushed. Many
those inside were instantly killed
Fire Insurance Doesn't Pay.
Cincinnati, March 21. "Fiery Facts" is
the title of a circular which is published
here. It says: "The fire underwriting re
sults in Ohio, formerly one of the most
profitable state-?, for the years 1SSU and
1S!2 were most disastrous, the companies
sinking the large sum of $1,213,410. There
was no costly conflagration, but an un pre
dated number of ordinary losses. ,
Will Be a Llgbtulng Boat.
Paris, March 21. The new torpedo boat
built for the French navy, will attain the
remarkable speed of nearly thirty knots an
hour. It will be christened the i orban.
'Two Souls with, bat a Single Thought."
As they sat side by tide, ttcy tiuhed. Oh,
my idol," he, said and then idled. . "Dear Luke,'
sa d file, a the looked, "I will wed thee if tOou
wilt,'' and he wilted. Toe honeymoon paved in
an excess of joy. Execs In eating- rich food
brings in ll;zectl jn, sick headache, and frequent
attacks of dizziness . Dr Pierce's P!eaant Pel
lets will core all these. 1 hey are tiny, engar
toated, end eay to twallow. No other prepar
ation compares with them as a Liver Pill. They
are guaranteed, an done : a dos2.
RE YOU IXXEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a suua'lon
Want to tent rooms
Want a servait g'tl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchange amtblogr
Want t ell hotistho!d (:onj
Want to make any teal estate leans
War.t to sell c r irsde fcr anything
Want to find cus'omers for amthin:!
LSB, TlltfE COLUMN'S.
rHft DAILY AHGCS DSL1VEREB AT YOUR
door every eenine lor liVic ier week.
ANTED A CAPABLE GIRL FOR SECOND
work. Apply at fi6 Fifth avenn.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GIRL TO
learn dressmaking, at 606 E:ghteentU street.
TANTEr IN ARGUS COVPOS1NG ROOM
M an arnrectice with Kome cxi erience at
WANTKD A GIIiL FOR GENERAL DOUsE
work. Good ac. Apply at S0s Twentieth
nrf ANTED A FUST CLASS COOK. APPLY
at residvr.ee of J. 11. Wiitor, 2(Stl Fifth
FORSAI E ' ON FECTIONEKY AND NOTION
store, with or without l.vinsr looms, good
s-snd. not much ironey n quired. At pit at
1015 Third avenue.
LA DIES WIIO WILL IK WRITING FOR ME
at th ir homes will V3 ske prod waees. Pe-
.1.. . : 1. . . . . 1
Mildred Miller, South Bei.d. Ind
ale oe Letters Patent.
Bv virtue of an order of the onr.tv court of the
county of Pork Island Marth 11.1893, made in
the eitat" of Ch rlrs E Piper, deceased, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale rettsin letters
patent or the United States, issued to raid de
ceased. Letters patent for a commutator for dv
namn machims. No. Sas.fiS. dated Cct. SO, 18S5,
serial No. 130,590; a:si letteia patent for a gal
vanic ba'tery. No. 349.C), da'e ' Sept. I, 1SS6.
serial No 190.133 I will sell said letters patent
to ;be highest biddfr. Win receive sealel bits
Tor tne sm at ary time Dviore April r. next,
receiving the riant to r jec! tti ard all bids.
nock Island, Illinois. March 10
Administrator de bonis son of estate of said
ST ATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Hock Island CorsTY. f
In the countv conr of raid county to the March
Term, A. D.
J. R. Johnston, administrator to the estate of
TTomas B. o'Lonneil. deceased, vs William
O Donrell, Patrick O'Donnell. Michael O'Donnell,
Mary Fitagibhons, James O'Donnell, Mantareth
O'Donnell, Mary O'Donnell Manrtce O'Donnell,
Nora O'ltonreil. John K O'Donnell, Maggie
f'Donncll, Minnie J. O'Donnell, and Mary Anes
Affidavit of non-rcidenco of the said alary
O'DonLelL Jotn F O'Uosnell. Maggie O'Donneli,
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'Doi.m-1', Manrice A.
O'Do' mil. James O'Donnell. Patrick O'Donnell,
and Mary Agnes O'Donnell, having been filed in
tbe office of the cletk of said county court, r-otice
s bereb given to ibe said Patr ck O onuell.
Vary O'Donnell. Manr ce O'Donnell. John F.
O'DonnelL Maggie O'Dontiell. Miunie J. O Don
rell ora 0'i.onnell, Mary Agnes o'Donnell ana
Jarm.8 O'Donnell heirs of tbe said Thomas B.
O'Dor.nell. deceased that the said, sanies R.
Johnston administrator t,f the es ate of Thomas
B. O'Donnell, deceased. Hied in the connty
court on the lTth day of "'arch, A D. 12, ds
DetltiOD making the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell. John F. O'l'on
nell. Maggie O'Donnell. Minnie J. O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donnell. Mary Agnes O'D nnell, James
O'Donnell. and other defen tants. praying or an
order dtrettii g bim to sell for the purpose of pay
ing tbe debts or saia estate tne louowing oescrioea
real ertat , 10-wit: .
Tbe eart ball of the northwest qnar:rina tne
east half of the southwest quarter of section
tw. nty one (21) towDshlp r ineteen (19) no-th
rang- three (3) east of tbe fourth .4) prin iptd
meridan, ases ablishrd by the curveyor general
f tbe I' ijlted otatee sitna'ed in tbe counties of
Rock Islai d and Wl itei-ide as tbe Hue between
thatw said count! s having be. n lecemly run
but su ject to the rieh' of w.iy of the Rocaford,
Ruck eland & St. Louts Rai Wiy Co., also tte
following described real estate :
A certain tract or parcel of land in the north
west quarter 01 tbe no thnrest quarter or section
twent. -eight (23) in towi stip 1 lneteen (19) north
ranve thr-c (3) east of the fourth principal me
ridian and ds-r bd as follows to wi :
Beginning two hundred -nd twenty and eight
tenth-- (2v!0 8-1 ) feet ea-t of the corner of sec- i
tions wen y, 0). wenty-one.(8l). tent-elgbt,
(2$), and twei ty-nine (29) In the township afore
ssi'l. thence south one bundr-d acd nlnety-etght
I 98) feet, tbence eigbtr-six and three-fourths
S?i) degrees, east -ne hundred nd rix'y-eight
(16B) feet, thence north twenty nine and ne-l
foi.r'.h (29-) wtst two hundred and sixteen ('J10)
feet to tbe section lln theoce we-t onwctlon
lli.e flft-uine ard one-third (59-s fee to tbe
p ace of beginning siruated in the town of Canoe
Creek counties of Rock Island and Whiteside ani i
ttate of Illinois. .
That a summons thereupon be Issued out of said
court agaiusttbe above nameo defendants, return
able on tue first day of the term of said county i
court to be fceld at the court house In sid county
on the first Monday of Apr IAD.. as is by
the law required, wb'cb suit Is pending. Now
unlet you appear n said coort. on tte first day of ,
the a. ay term thereon to be be d at the court .
bouse in tn city oi hock ituno, m .vuuj
and state, on the first Monday of May A. I. J698,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in fil-d, the same will be taken as confessed
uait.st yon, and judgmtnt therein against you
Dated thia 18ib day of Ma-ch. A. D. 1893.
HJALMAK KOHLEK, Clerk.
VcSviRT acEniBT rolicUora.
Dr. SYDNEY RINU:.-'. Fro;'
Te faUr,n-rtnm "".VjnHj-;: ex's Coeo i V,h "' ' ,
atUfioritv ctlfil . .., i. :., 'hU't prwnntt t,t ?., -'arr'-j , ; ' ' ' ' f!
We are determined to sell off the balance off
Fall and Winter stock at BARGAIN PRICES c-t
prising several complete lines, a number of 'bro
lines, and irregular sizes of excellently made goodv
The COST we have not considered
The PRICES we have put on themwij:
run them off quickly.
Never before heard of prices,
At G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
A. J. HILL,
is now open with a fail line
"Prescriptions carefully compounded
Cor. Fourth ave.,
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying yonr Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brashes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 TUlra Ave.
Greeri a wait
1 704 SECOND AVENTt.
of New Drugs and Chemica's.
with the purest drugs.
and Twentv-third street.
231 Twentieth street.
We are ready with a mag
nificent line of
Iioloro cV Eaton
and all the latest novelties
Yon will pronounce tfcem
the hand3 mest in the cit) : vi
maintain our Low Prices for
well made stylish oods.
what we offer before purchas
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