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ITTE AltGUS. WEDX ESP A TV FEBRUARY 7, 1894.
tl ft. csm; Sr VM ITMil dim, JM. lr wffl f-'ii'if Or-m.tr. in I wv w Jnn aes be I IH'.i wltb maMw it 4 twii, Ami in.sirM was m hi m mt I ltwl I iih irx re nr-.anj efttainent ravH-iaa. ih :.- trii, a Murine d'Srin-.. I win fri..l!. mM il to iu. IMI urn wiiniii i DR. Ml LEG NERVINE an Hi fhn-e th w e.rrr vt a. In rr trT.irlt ymr.ilMta I iA.ih-Jt't f a-al rxrK eust '-. eru a B trathnt, taaiai p u rpOnn mn hIfG aJ pr.ah--Aa-n.. V ! "f their . .M Vwtm'.k k mala, t fcl hh. ma Uwa u4 -mux, -er imiwmm mm se c.t- la mihmrmi,4tlaaak wr tnre tmoflMrMnilnEU ! erwora sien7 lal r"wtr lam .nil ari i f ihsssnan. Miaiatit en the Mw f aiMix-i ri(M to. t w4 THOUSANDS Jaa a. Wat Balel Mi A asesllTe Qaseaaae Dft-WlLCS'PlkU SOOMMSSCt DR. COFFEE, THI KVtSEST Eye and Ear Sp?cialist Aad sale r rvt of it- 4 rkwt!" Kye 4 hi la-ra.r). will (hit IOCK I3LAND, -at rsa BARFETl HO JSC February 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 f raai m to av. ! auk Mir etlt Ate Mull a. tr. I'mTm ? WO patiras la Riwfefa end n ' imr aM e r Hw hi aad eeeel Wel.ea.' t' eauatUe Im m m trm. II. win f trluia CMiM er Mtl'lSf XTS3 la Wi.v- CATARACP twa aitaatM. rinr4iiM mt slat e Ik. ;m-o aiiaata. Ttnl- hiaraM at Ma mmd IM Baifa, ate rNv4 (inraif. moliiMnst f kMnkrrmal (far) Iim(, canatag aa wrmntm nt ur. amatuaatiy niiaa. Pn.TiMta TnBMMa l aav af taia nrnomi la twa ttpmntuttt la taMkhm Taka Wwltaf tram Ikruat law tn ! ananKr. Nvmovtaii Toaaila aa4 i.Upinff Crala, oaa ainat. Rvry ar at ttt Hw. HprtatMia. I pnfnm, irjK raunat, aaU patt.au M go mmm vl;a autaniifr. !ATaHA"T.TrilTtXB tt"t ha at tk 1hl. I'.Iim m4 'afwa. Ml.'am wra. waMfjr ari, nanala M . rkmnt. m) aar ara-, alHl kai, n naa af lamtnr ht ara llaa, 4toraM at lnfiiniMl ilant Hrar aartt, la iwiwh tari twa at m kal. Ail ajr Iral ilio.af m ibv a4 It. arta. 4'l'TK AS IMNoSlO hASAL CATAKRd k all k fnaa .ami .nr a'itlr. Maa, nlvaaa, aam, kawktaa; 4 awMMaav akwa1 dmaiK Hm af Tataa. fcianulahrj aura tfca.it. UKArnC I ran nra imr m af aaxta 'an .ll la aimao. It (araMa. I aiaT riww la mh trvarai.nt. ifN.a'a la kAH--l raamr. la aavrr ra-L HMnalK tAHW I fan vrf H ftTrM Miwim -nirii .al LUa THOCULS cana friMa taurra faa k caant. SAVED I LABOR. TIME, 1I0ITET nil SOAP. Uac ll your w ft fa tfea k8t Woap tnatlc. Fur Washing MftchiM Uia. MADX T CAC::SI A EILSTC3. Jolin Volk Sc Co, flHIUL CONTRACTORS BOUSS BUJltDSSS. aHeVMrtsMtWVffV flf 8Mb, Doors. niiBilav, Siillng. Floorlaf WalnscoatiBg, Aaat af! fcladf af wmt sssrl larttiaatb IV labTaM aal raarta a FOrS TESTIMONY. Accused by Hit Wife in the Couhlin Case, . EE HAKES A GOOD WITHES FOBS AS Bavtir Altaottmaf Mrm. ray Caatiadtota atteUaaTha EaMaawvaa Bajrla far tka IiCiiiii aa Tkaakly Carf kiaratad ' CkMRlllla. TiaHath Tmf Mmm A aata4 far by City rolltlca Hack ! tanat la tha Wltawaa. CnicAtio, Frb. 7. Tha prraraca of An drrw Toy In Judge Tttthiil'acbanibarpra dirtrfl an intrrratiug armlon of the Cmichlln raw. Tbrre was littlf aurprixa at this bold more on the part of the de fence la acrking to attack the testimony of thr atar witurm ftar tbe pmaacntion. Mm. Foj-'a moat direct cbargra were aainA krr bnnlHUHl nnleai, perbspa, Cuaihlin binaelf ahtiuM he exrepted, and it waa almluteljr Bcci-ry for a coin-pb-ta refntaikta of bar nt-ibturnta to brinx Toy to the atund. A aoon aa it le rame Kpnrralty known that he waa in tha wilnra Mom rrady to testify th-re wanan escitvd tnorrnimt of ancrtators in the mart ronm. Yitj waa a wltmna for the Mate at the prrvkia trial, but be was in trmxtatrd chit-fly a. to the pMKroUinca at crrtain mmihK of Camp -J, whi-re, it waallvd then, tha munlcr ompirary wa im-iiil!. jv,y wa an iinwiliir.K witnrm tor the atatr. ami hin rrplini wero maialy variation 4 I Uou't nnuilT." Aa.lrrw t'ayTnktlttra. "Call Amirew K.y." anid Jmliw Winp. an.1 the man whotwriua. arconlint; to Lis i(ra testimony, to Im inrxtrkul'ly en tangled in tbe inrobra of the myrtt-ry tL.it .arrouiiiU tba munlrr of Dr. t'ronin. took tbe aland alvl waa fworn. Jucltrr Wirir naked I f? m to bia np. nativity and orru pal ion. Ilr in a bncklayer nntl i- 45 yrura old. llewaaronl and vKmimil and arannetl tbe jury ilo-w-ly. l"?y totiOrtl that he knew Ir. I'ronin and Dan 1'oukIi lin, tbe di'ft-tubttit. 1 lo raid (U;iht!n bad called at bin hoi: in April bt-Tore the Bturilt-r of Dr. Cnaiin. in the intriVKt of a candidate on the municipal tirkrt. He denied tbnt tbry held any whbipim! convrnintifina mt tmtilicil by Mr. For, or tbnt any part of thrir r.nvfnatinn hiiu rererence to Dr. t'ronin. toy then relnted how. on May i be went to Horton'a to b-lp Imlld the iw hotiw, askei to amint lnvnne of hW okill as a Inyrr of preMied lrrk k, of which the front of the Morton houe wan mniie. AWit 0 o'clock in tbeererinii witnejw, in coii.imiiy with Jolin Itoyle and Patrick Jlcirvevy, left the llortoas' and went to Mo;rwvy he Mid. Itoylc renmiued with Foy until tliey pirte'l at IJncolu avenne. IHtt .t r f nachlln. For anbl in anwer to question that Mrs. llorlon waa ititoxii-.tt.tL lie aUo de nied havit.e urn Couuhlin that dny. He aaiil bin will bad trenently nccuivd btm of brln tbe man who threw tbe bomb at the Ilayntarket riot, for which the unnrch Uta were banged. Jude Wing then asked: "Did yrtti, AoJ.tw Foy, have anything on eartb to do with the dinappt-vruncc and death of Dr. CmtV.n?" 1 sure !." hat do you mean by saying 'i guess not ' " mJied t lie court. "I am pusitft-e 1 bad not," replied tbe wit tic.. "Did any person on enrth come to your none to ronflre agntnrt Dr. t rcntnf" "o. air. ' "lid iMn Couchlin. so far as von know. have anything to do with the disappear ance or death of Dr. Cnmin "To my knowledire be had not." "Did yon rcr read to Dim t'outrlilin in your bouse a letter couexmiug Dr. Cro lln, -I did not." "Did Coughlio read such a letter to yon? ' "Jle did not." Madv aa Escrllrnt tfltnna. Foy'a frrms-ctbimination was not con- clmleJ tAlten the time for the noon ad journment nrrivrd. Foy made a capital witness, aa far as aptnranre on the stnnd went. He ketit bis ti'iiiiwr and onlv smiled When tlie atnte'a attorney Used specially msinuatinv or sturtcot ive qncs tioua. He was uihmI bttnmrrd thr.r.iuh it all. THEY WERE GOOD BILLS, Bast ttte Ciaeerawr aald Tbrlr raasaga Vfaa Not f.ecaL Tur.STort. N. J., Fell. ". Assemblymen Cros Mutrliy anil ZalrriU called on Governor Wrrta with four bills to sijzu that bad passed the senate and assem bly. "What bills are they!" tlie governor asked. "Two repealcfs of tbe raca track bills; one npeala tha county exciaa commission act and another rrpraU tbe law sivinn the aerrrtary of tbe state prison insieuUirs a alary of fW." "Wbicb aen.ite pnsaea them." tha gov ernor asked; tbe aennte presided over by Mr. Koirers or tbe senate presided orsr by Mr Adrian?" "That prebledover by Mr. I lowers," Mr. I'n.w replied. "Too liL Krtitlrmm ." the. eovernor re- 4ned; "tbee are Rood bills a ltd Id like first rate to sign them, but cannot because tbe bills were not letfnlly passed." Mr Cms put ULe taa- tied papers upon tbe table, bmle tbe uovernor giaid ni(ht, and walked out of tba nmm. Murphy and Zabrttki followed his example. Will right II la tbe Cad. MisxiAmu. Feb. ?. Wale Labor Com saiasbaaer luwers bad a conference with Uencral Maaaoor Vvderwiaat of the boo ruwl. rntartlinit tbe enforcement of tba aati-lnsnciad law, providing that In tba ratter of employe no discrimination abuuld be made aitainst members of labor arvanl sat Wats. Mr. l:wlerwood Informed tbe eommiaabnner that they held tbe law to be unconstitutional and that they will Buht It tbrougb every court In tbe United Mates, and if it is declared valid by the United ritate anpreme court that tba company will move It work into some Male where no such law is ou the statute Her r.ert Waa a Hera. AtXIAScE, O., Feb. 7. Miss Mabel Yant, while going from church with an escort was waylaid by a man who thrust a pistol in her face and tbrcatenri to blow her brains out uulesa she promised to marry bint. The young lady broke away and fan. folhnrrd by her escort until they met Ufbcer Ogling, who subsequently cap tured the man under hre. ' Mm was James Masses', who has annoyed Miss Yant for a yu; ila waa aeul to the lunatic uyluut. NEW ORLEANS KAftOI GRA3. Creete with llnlltasla An Ides Darin-; tbe rrnrcusiRn. Xrw Or.LKANS, Febw 7. The carnival procession was unusually beautiful and notably free from accidents and violence. It was 11 o'clock when Rox appeared. He came out from his den on Calliope street with bis long tr.un of licnutifnl cars nd with piy courtiers and a royal retinue and a hot of bands mnkius mart ml mu sic. The king was greeted with tlie i:t most cnthnsinsm on ail aides. Hex this year bus taken from tbe great poets ssd TTfK f'LOAT OF HKX. ktqrytellors of ancient and nvxlern times matertal to make up bis theme of litera ture and bis pni-cnnt, glittering in roicr. shows theelTrvt cf many mont lis of put ii-ut end nrtUtie work. TLere were t!tneteen flistts in the proccsMou and ninety charac ters wcr n-eeuiry to asit in the telling nftbetttory. The decornt ions were brill Lint in the extreme and the costumes iuot pnveous and striking, and brought out in nil th'.-ir lK-auty by tlie rays of tbe san. U.-x nt nijrlit lu-l ! a reeei-tica atthecir nival pnlnce, v. here n lutll took phica and where be Mlected and crowned bis queen. THE LAST SAD RITES. I'oneral Service Over the Remains of -er;-r . Chillis. riHLAPnj'lilA. FeK V. Tba remnini of Goorjte W. Chili!. wen; laid ct rest in tbe Drexel ninsoleiini in AVo:xllund cemetery beside thoe of bis closest friend and busi ness companion, Anthony J. DrexeL who died last June. Almost inseparable in life, it was deemed littiuv; tbnt they should rest tofjether in death, a!thout;h it was no: kliown that ntiy reciticst to thnt effect U!i ever Ihwii Mniie by Mr. Child. H vj nt first intended to hnvc the funcrai private, but )h li'tinto the request .f niiiny friends Mrs. Cl.ilds fi:ui!!y consented to a public funeral nnd tlie aerviees were held nt 1 o'clock in St. James I'rotestnnt Kpisrojial church, which is directly opposite the ri denceoftbe dead philanthropist, at Wal nut ami l wrnty-second stnvt.s. and of width Mr. Chi'.ds had la-en uu botiored mem!H-rnnd vestryman for u.uiiy years. : A iinei service, for tlie family and imme diate frit-nils wns ht-M nt the house lief ere the public service at tha chnrch. At it conclusion those pr seut were given nn p- portunity to t.-ike a last look at Hi- far-c of the one tliey loved und from m liich tlcuih bnd not cffaciil tlie generous, kindly look, one of the cLaractrriatic marks f the man, of whom cverylsxly said: "To know bim a to love him." Then tbe casket wns temli r!y bcirn out from the white mar ble mansion and ncr.ss the street to the rhureh. where it v.as placed on a bie r in front of the chatted rail. The services in the churrh ns well ns tliene at the residence were conducted by Mi.stiop 1 'otter of New York assisted by llishop Whituker of I'hil Kdclpliia, Itev. Joseph Illunchar. rector of St. Jnmes i-hurch. and Dr. William H Disliue, rector of the Church of the Savinr, West i'hilndelphia, which the bita Mr. Drexel nl tended. IH-iperafe I'iht with a Maniac. Clkvklanii, Feb. 7. Dr. G. K. F. 11 bad a desperate encounter with a mudmftn and narrowly t scaped being killed. Samuel Kreiilnian.au epileptic, ttrnppled him when the doctor niienred to treat him. bit a piece out of hi hand nnd oundeti him roughly about the lx)y. The doctor bad almost succeeded in freeing himself when the iimiliiiau suddenly drew back bis leg and kickeJ the iix-t r with ail bis force. iJr. Fell fell to tlie tn-ound and remahieil iinronseiou.s fur sor.ic iiuiiutes. The in furiated iimiiiac. then dashed tbmtigh the bouse, smashing furniture and breaking i very wimlow. Dy this tinie a lurge crowd bad congregatetl and the man was overpowered and taken to jail. MyMerlim Iisaearaner. GaLIox, O., Feb. 7.-?Jiss llara Hoedy.a liambwmic ami iMiptilar young lady of this place, has dinpjn.-arcd. andconnecteil with hernlatftiee nre a tiumls-r of features out of the ordinary. Investigation shows that she hnd a burls-r cut her hair short, then purchased and iloum-t a suit of male at tire, after which she uisnpjicurcd in a most mysterious manner f.nd no trace of hereon heobtniucd. Miss lastly had a pleasant home ami has nlwnys npa.-nred a-rfectly happy. Tbe Klice are working on tbe case. Were Klrthdaj Kisses. MoXTHEAL. Feb. 7. Xr. Sevier, who keeps a small cignr store here, entered bis shop recently und caught a man named Moinrnu with his arms around J.Irs. S Viers" mid gtxlng ber several kisses. Se viers sued .Mniiiraii for fcJ0U for alieuatiou of bis wife's ufluctious. Moineau con tentled that be was only kissing Mrs. Se vier, in honor of ber birthday, utid Judge lsmuuer dismissed the case, considering that the grounds of action were uotsuili tivutly serious. rmltleatlal I'mtimastera. WasIIINCToN, Feb. 7. The president bos sent tbe fullowir-c nominations to tbe senate: I'ostniaiters William O. Mon roe, Nulaw, Ala.; Joseph Lv Moore, fien eseee. Ills.: William J. Daunt, Bay City, Mich.; Christopher C Allison, Cussopnlts, Mien.: Hiehanl Mens. Uladstone, Mich.; Michael K. KedUMHid, Hancock. M.ich.; KrneKt J. 1uIk-, iloughton, Mich.; Curl Schtildes, Iron Mountnin, Mich. tie Sloubanled a Xnnas'i y. Quedkc, Feb. 7. Dumaae La Fortune of St. Paul de Juliette presented himself at tlie Convent of Assumption and demanded bU two daughters from the auperioress tm being reAuwd be drew a revolver mm began tiling. Uy way of adding to tlw rs-ciUmn-ut lie priKluced a iackage of dytia tnifj, with which be propo.tl to blow up himself and the iumutea. La Fortune waa arrested. , The Mt ry Is False. Ixdiaxapoi.18, Feb. 7. The article printed iu The Shelby rill e Evening Demo crat, in which it wns alleged that ex President Harrison is to marry Mrs. Ice land Stanford of California, is absolutely fit 1st. General Harrison's family pro nounce tbe story ua without a auadow of luuuUatiuu. v TOO HEAVY A TASK. Reason There Will Be No Sen ate Tariff Hearings. J AidViofEBAonra view or the case Taken by the Peaaociata of tha Cwa.lt te aa Yolee ky Tooihcea Only mlr to ltear Both Kldea aaWI That WonM In clade thet1to1e ropalatkiM Btatesaaea Know Rnootrti of the Snbjeet Anyhow National Capital Note. WAsniXGTOS, Feb. 7. Following is tbe full text of Yoorbees statement on be half of tbe Democratic members of the senate committee on finance as to why they have decided to grant no hearings on the Wilson tariff bill: "Prompt nnd speedy action on pending tariff legislation ii required at this time by every patriotic aud business consideration. The major ity of the finance committee, charged with the responsibility of the pending measure, intend that no delay shall occur which it is possible to avoid. We are de termined that the business men of tho country of all classes shall at a very early day have a full and clear insight into tbe laws of tariiT taxation which shall here after prevail. "A claim, however, is now made that whoever may wish to do so must be allowed la fore the finance com mittee nnd make speeches in regard to each nn.l every imrtictilar interest affected by the tariff. Th Senator Puts an Interrogatory. "This claim is without limit ns to sum-l.-cr-s and if sranled to one person it must lie crante l to nil. Oae senator alone ask? f u-'Kito bo heard from bis state. It is also unlimited as to time and becomes, therefore, in tho bands of the opjH netitsof the tariff roform, nn instrument oi del iy indefinite in duration and far more formidable and efficient than the worst form or filibustering on tbe fltior of the senate. Hut if these hearings, ns they are railed, are a matter of riht and cannot be denied by the committee, why should t hey lie merely ex parte in their character? If we are to listen for the next four or live months as it is boasted in cer tain quartets we will b? compelled to or why should the manufacturers, those wV.o plead for pritec;ion, for pminsand profits by legislation, alone be heard? 'ins:imers Slioul.l Have a Show. "It seems to us that the consumers of tri:T-taxed goods the farmer, the toiling million throughout the whole bind have the biglu-st riht of all to be heard iu their necessary selt-iit-feiise airainst injustieennd oppression. If ll-.e cause of privilege, pro tection and financial greaJ is to invade our cotiimittce-romv. to ha heard (hiring the co:uit:2 STirinu and summer, then by every pninijne of j.istic? and right the cause oi the victim the toiling cousumer must i.lso be a-np'.y and fnlly heard. The truth is lh::t !e.ri:-lition wils n'-'Ver iieeompltshed by such met hois r.ud never will In? under this f.r:n of government. The people are heard through thtir n-presentativt" in oirrre's. nnd a moiuent's reflection will rt'iou- I'.o" i:ii.pie an 1 sufficient sncli bear i:v: a wavs i.iive bc.-a and always will continue lo lie. louiuiittr? It-tiles v K'l-.t. "TVr instance, why should the business of the country be left in d .mot for weeks i n i n-or.ths. while th? :aiiufacturers oi a certain stnte lire t:ilUitj; to n committee, tvheu in point of fai t a s.-nutor from the same stait- a manufacturer himself couii! lie din ;i:ssing the same qtiesu'tm far more hilelltgontiy and nl-ly r.u the Hour of the senate. Itisril i.lle pretens? tbnt any riuht is denied to nnyb sly by the ciur-ialbe committee has determined o t.ilte. Vi e wiii rejiort our bill to the sen ate wit lmiil dt lay p.rd tbeti a fail hearing will ia;e place. Already more that l.ii'l.;. :,v.Ki circulars ;nlr;u:iti;i interrogatories totichiiiR every brum-h of busiuess known 'm the e.Lstio of lyr,' have lieen addressed to nil our imlustries. aud ubundant stn-i'ti.s of i-f"ni::s; ion nr? pouring in for use in the discussion in the senate. l?as lliueiilat Ion Itxiotin. "In ailt'.iti.m u this nearly nil the prrv tected nirntiracturers were iieard lielore the committee on ways and means of the h.iuse, nnd the testimony there taken is in print. t:nd in the po-isessitia of the senate. The v.holj MibjVct is very familiar to the American mind anl needs no futher tlucidniion than will Is- incident to a full, free lichatu. The country l.tcds action action." Vt'rnt A?h:.t (tovrnior Tillman. Wasimxuton, Veil. 7. The conrt of p penls of tiie District has leversed tho de cisum of Jud-e Uriulley iu the l'nlmetto trmie mark ii.(ucr cum; and Commissioner of la'.euts Seymour this time has scored a Kiint on I iovernor Tillman, of South Caro lina. Afiertbe com:uUioiivr bnil refused to register tiie trade mark sought by Gov ernor Tillman for the South Carolina stale I.ni'.ul of liqtior. Judse llradley. ou application ct the stale of South Carolina, i-sucd n iiir.iiilamus n quiring the eommis siouer of pt.tetus to register the trade murk. I'rm.i this decision the comtuis ii tier appealed and the court of apja-als litm ivveiscd the action of Judge DraiUey. Our IIr I norinnihed Army. W.tsi.tNt.Tox, Feb. 7. From the reports of stale adjutant generals from every state St is lc;:rned thut there are t',70 commis sioned (fii.rcrs nud l0i,Hl-J enlisted men in tliu National guard nnd iilaiut P.liW.UK) men iu the v.norgnui.ed militia, tlinirnian V llsm Visits V nll Street. : Yo:k, Fell. 7. Chairman Wilson of the. ways and menus committee was on Wall street and called upon spvi ral prom incut bankers of bis acquaintance. To one of them ho said: "I think that tbe east is making a great mistake iu opposing tlie incoLie tax. It should not lie forgotten that the west und south lost their litjht on tlie silver rcn al bill, and they should take notice mx-ordingly." As Ice Cream Fed Giant. A foothill BTimsoccarred Saturday be tween tbe teams of Ladoga and James town. Tho star player of tho Ladoga team was James Tobia, tho center rash, a tnajpiiiici'iit hjafiiuen of tho physical man. c vt-r G fti-t in hoight aud 2-10 pounds in vei;;'ut. Tobin has beeu foruourly two year3 past ou a stranger diet than any footbaJJ playcrcrcrlx-foresulimitted to. Since July 1. 1802. Tobin has eaten nothing except ice cream. Two rears ago ho was attacked . by indigestion nnd rapidly lost bis physical powers. Noth ing ho itte would remain on his stomach. Eis death Appeared to be but a matter of a few days, when be buddenly conceived u groat craving for ice cream. Craw fordsville 'viud.) Dispatch. yvi - JJoKfr tWvicell PurceM As t!;o result o a folk severe Innant jnatlon ?rern3 k try tor's eyes. Wo tad to Uccis feiaa ia a SMrti Boot a, cai wo fesred ha woull lo-,e si.-ht catircly. Hao:l's Sarsapa rli!.i STvierl i:i;r a charm. TO taking ttro boi:;c ('.. InSamtsalion crslu.illy riisais appenro.1, Yi'a r-vi gre.v ttroncer so that lie could lic;.rli-.i li Tit. Ho v ;r. soon cmieccli raecj. 1 (lic-c.,u:i7 riculic-ud fer .'ill rhrrfA nrtsis f;on iTr.nure blood." Mia. .T. R. ri.acEL, CJD:xath CL, Piiua. O. I iood 'a PZ13 c-zo u Liver ills. tiOe. . A. D. HUESING. Real Estate- -insurance geni Kcprcit, ttnenc other t1rae-tr?eJ snrt il known Plre tannrscce Companies, tLe fulluwum: Poval Insoraec Crnnfary, of Ene'ftTKl. Wei-hj-t;r K-re (on.tanT. of N V. Bnliaio i.i-r nn li . Ci mpanV. Hnffslo. T h.icfce.Vr (.erntun !n. Co., iMv-foi-eter. N. Y. CtUrns Irs. On , o Pittsburg Pa. si:n FireOWrd, Uindop rnin In". Co.. of t ahrnrtiis. MTurur in. (., N-w ljvt-u. fonn. MiiwauHte Meci.sn-.es Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wis Oem.n Flreln. CoM of rorIs.f!l. Ofliee Cor l?th St. aud 2d Ave, Hock Isi.ani. Ill rEtabli&hed IS63. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HAYTS & CLEAVriJlZfD HiMIl MR He; ieentirg r,vt r 40 Million Dollars cf C-eh acta Fire Lifa, Tornado- AccrfcTent. Marine, Employer's LiaiiiiJty INSURANCE Bonds of Surety .ship. OFFICE Urnistcn's Meek 8i Irisal, Gle. Secure oar rstcn: tboy aiil lawrert yeu. J M. BUFORD, General . . . ama-a aMaa a Insurance Aenl. Tic old Fire .) T.uie-lriea dtpiilo rerort'ir-eu. Losses Promptly P. Batee aa low as dry reliable waipany rxn iSori Tost Fstrocage l solicited. JfJKKS. THE MOLINI- STATE SAVINGS EAIIZ. OSes Const lVteextk et at and Thtm v . CAPTTAI. S 100.O00.00. Succeed the laollae Savince k.anc. UtmtHil lm 5 PerCE.VT KTKBf ai!J5 M W;?B5m Organised under eti.tr L.hwl Open from a. au to 8 ? m, aud WtmwiUr aa- Satnrds nlhi truat7to8ps Ponrttt Hiciskir, . . Prerideiit 0. A- Aiass-OKTU, - - Vlix-lr' idit J. F. Huieswai. ... Csfhlei BiascTOBs: Purter Ft Inner. W.W. Welis, C. A. R.i. . A. Atasworta, e. H. Eilwsrcs, VV. . Adams, Andrew Fribn-c. O. F. CsmeuwAjr, forav. Darllos. Western . Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS Ksue tor lnlo pnrtlps in tha aardae spot oi U wut It the Orchard State Bank of OHCnAii'D, SEBRABEA. B. V. Daar, President. J. S.D.BT Cashier. Rsrsnescsa. Mltehell & Lrade. ttsnker. i. tf. HotaaiMin, css-iez Kock bland fattotud nana. C.C. Csrter, . D. Ucnry Dart's Seine. VlHilPsale Ofneis. AmtnnsMiiiiMLi tolitllail. i&z-jz... I - . -. . .iji.v." Stylish !afis 3Jihr- -!f - "- ' artificers, nails work ine them, kinds. No hurried, knocked-together-with-hammer-and-They're honest. You'll say so when you exam. All-suiting prices. . S. HOLBROOK'S, 10:t, 10C, 107 F. Second Street, DAVES POaT, U. Telephone 41' ' Our Purpose In ia to lt everybody who buys clothing that's all Man kind her about know that cur euilings are iu, and teat the finest evi-r displayed in the city. You sra 13. pctfully Invitei to call and ee tha latest in pait-rn and styles, in fall and wiuter wear. J. B. ZIMMER, Call and lave your order jar Block Oposine liujKR Rocsr; IVTATIOriilE- CRACKER CO., Steam Cracker Baker)', Now Open. with a replete stock of Fall and Winter Suitings at Xo. 1707 Second avenue, in tbe store formerly occupied by li. D. Folsoia. Imported and Domestic Suitings The Young America SAMPLE P.COil And Ail-Night Lunch Counter. J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Holly Hose House. Besidence. 410 Seventh s'.reet PARKERS' Laundry, Washes ZTtryth'cg From a Ilea uxrcliiof to a Circus Teat. Lsxa Ccrta-c a Bp 9 cklty. No. 1724 Third Ave. -. M. & L. J. FaBKER. Telephone No. 12 14. Catarrh! Catarrb! Catarrh! Doctor Hart's Anli-S'ptic and Med icated Oil Treat men t for Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchial ad Lung Trouble. PRICE $5 00. II Is the only remedy which lis- ever care C tarrh penasneatly la tho sbori peiiod of f.ota tarse w Br. weeks. A forM- f as0 U aar ersaa sraocaBo raoi-d of a s .l or thrj t eaUnrh is th time aie'tioaed . CU a WeMera acaut Kefereuee to tanse who hve , been pr auBcetly cared. For further mformsriou call ea oraddicsa W. II. OSDOI5XB; ;i , IVHaisuenl aud WvtOcru Aent, A, Eaa Block, lavtapoc t, Iowa. Dressers. ; Original with us. Our fl. lustration inadequate to tell thejj worth. Ornamental anywhere; artistic ar.dsul. stantial. Your bedroom in. complete without one. If, l tlijntr of beauty is a joy for. ever, happy indeed are they who possess our dressers. How. about wearing qua. ties? Unequaled. Mana. factured from choice selec ted hard woods, by skills ndunng rurniture of all AT Advcriisin ft Qmr.1 Th-i . 8PKC1ALTIK3: The (.tirtny iTr:r" spa t'tzvj un. The Latest And Most StT::h 210 Seventeenth St. .- . Save money by bn vin your ilecnr atcd and plai'n crockery ware, ware,' fancy jjoiiiis, lin'warc. riitKry and evtrylhinje in the line of kitchm furbishing irooiU at MRS. MITSCnS. 1S18, 1S Urd Ave. 5 ! 5 mwanwictr mi. w Uhftm ipK4ra..lir-l-Buil ai-nBaSfH - Buourbd. Om Movie Rented MSMd- . 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