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sees xlacd. thohsdat, NovEHEn 13. iscs. J Re! L Ckr Ctero. C!uo Frcnt. SAX&IUCE, JZCSXtCLAKDjJLL Don't you buy a Suit or Overcoat until your have seen our stock. Prices Greatly Reduced. Buv where you get good merchandise for your hard earned dollars: Overcoats $2.98,- shouid be $5.00 Overcoats J.00, should be 8.00 Overcoats 7.50, should be 11.00 Overcoats 9.99, should be 15" 00 Overcoats 15.00, should be 20.00 Suits in the same proportion. We don't ask you to buy, just come in and look. Dig Ctoro. - Blue Front. SAX&RCE, ttSSXISLAKDjiU. Friday Morning We Place the Following Ad ditional Bargains on Sale. Not for one day or two days, but until sold. It's a mistake if you think our great offers are only for a few days. These bargains advertised continue at ad-, vcrtised prices untU sold, and whn sold others are put in their places. The best Indigo blue calico advertised at 2c was sold at ic a yard. This is not an uncom mon occurrence, and is likely to happen every day. We are in the lead as "Bar gain Givers." Others privilege it is to follow. We set the pace, and a lively one it is at that. Watch our advertisements every day. We change them twice a week. li you are an economicrl housekeeper you can't afford to look over liberal r ffers. We want your trade, and we are after it in real earnest, and if you will give us an opportunity we will show you that not a stone will be left unturned to please our patrons. FRAUDS IN BANKS. United States Judge Baker's Charge to a Jury. REVENUE FROM INCOME TAX. A Flaa Whir te EiimM to EE LAYS DOVI TEE LAW II FULL. j Am Rm Taet a lat of tmm Tiaaa ItnilMKM OMl Saeale Be a Wmppj Om Same Remarks Came lalsS a Stake Owl a Wieked Omeora IUWi IUuM-mtf TkM ll Wot - ... -- - . . u,. uggv latgst Additional Bargains. lUr-ain A 400 yard of Black Braids in es rted styles, all imported and the latest designs. Worth up to 60c a yard, will be sold for 19c. Bargain B Black and Cold Hercules Braids, all a i'lths at 2, 3, 4. 6, 6, 7 and 8c per yard. Bargain O J Indigo Blue Calico, 10c quality at J a yard. Hiirain D 100 Sateen Robes, 23c quality, done up neatly in boxes. A full 10-yard pattern for f 1.97 ea'.h. These make nice Christmas gifts. I Lace Curtains and Portieres. Upwards of 1.000 pairs of Lace Curtains bought at tbc great auction sale in New York City at about tf cents oa the dollar, will be offered to the trade at the following low prices: Hargain E Lace Curtain, No. 305, laped edges, ib"apci ever known, 26c a pair. Bargain F Lace Curtain, No. 8,454, laped edges, cheapest ever known, 49c a pair. Bargain G Lace Curtain, No. 117, laped edges C aros long, 75c pair. Bargain II Lace CurUin, No. Isped edge?, ?I yards long, 98o a pair. Bargain I Lace Curtain, No. 13, laped edges. 'l yards long, Sl.15 a pair. Bargain J Lace Curtain, No. .800, laped edges, C; yards long, S1.76 a pair. Bargain K Lace CurUin, No. 2,903, taped edge?, '. yards long, $1.98 a pair. Bargain L Lace Curtain, No. "36, laped edges, 5 yarts long, f2.48 a pair. Bargain M Lace Curtain, No. 517, laped edges, 3J yards long, 02.90 a pair. Bargain N Lace Curtain, No. 4,204, laped edges. 3 yards long, SS.48 a pair. Bargain O LaceCurtain. No. 1,963, laped edges 8J yards long, 4.45 a pair. Bargain P Lace Curtain, No. .1,095, a new thing, silk edge Saxony; can hardly be told from the genuine Brussels, at $3.98 a pair. Bargain Q Better quality. No. 10,590. silk edge Saxony, at $5 a pair. A New Stock of Chenille Portieres. Bargain R rortieres with dado and fringe, 2.19 Bargains Portieres with dado and fringe, $3.85 Bargain T Portieres with dado and fringe, $4.69 Bargain U Portieres with dado and fringe, $5.72 Bargain V Portieres with dado and fringe, $6.25 Bargain W Portieres with dado and fringe, $8.98. - Dadoes and fringes iu the very latest designs and coloring. Every pair advertised is a bargain. Cloaks. Just received a lot of the new "Skirt Jackets with braided waists." They will now be found on sale in our Cloak Department. Many of our shrewd buyers are availing themselves of the great reductions advertised at the beginning of our Gigantic" sale. Gigantic is just the word, for each day our sale increases in magnitude and interest. MSB, POBSEL & TOMB, Ikdiaxapous, Nov. IB, Federal Jade Baker in charging the grand jury paid special attention to th national law re garding the management of natioaal banks and embezzlement, keeping ia mind the Haughey matter and the Indianapolis Natioual bank failure. The Judge said tn anbstance that congre: had enacted laws for tbe creat ion of a national banking sys- tem. These laws, if honestly observed by the officers of national banks, provide such safeguards as are calculated to ente their circulation of notes and to pro tect no less those who deposit their money with them. Ike Jmmgm DeBaee XWweew. ' Every director, president, cashier, teller, clerk, or agent of such banking assocla tlon woo embezzles, abstract, or willfully misappropriates any moneys, funds. credit of tbe association; or who, without authority from tbe directors, issues or puts la circulation any notes of the association. r who. without sack authority, imuesor at iaeirculatioo any eertineateof deposit. draws any order or bill of exchange, makes any acceptance, assigns any note, buud, or draft, bill of exchange, mortgage, judg ment, or decree, or who makes any false entry in any book, report, or statement of tae association, emu roieuuon m ciuwr ease to injure or defraud the association or any other company, b4y politic, or cor poration or any individual person, or to deceive any officer of the association, or any agent appointed to examine the affairs of any such association; and every person wan with like intent, aids or .abets any officer, clerk, or agent in any violation is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in the state prison. A limit to the Beak's Lean. Such association, tbe judge said, has the ruzht to loan to any person, company, corporation or firm no more than one-tenth of its stock .actually paid in. If a com pany or firm is composed of several mem bers tbe aggregate amount lent to the private member thereof cannot exceed tbe ana-tenth rate of its paid-up capital stock. Any officer of snch an association who knowingly or willfully loans a greater amount to any person, company, corpora tion or linn is guilty of a wilful misappli cation of the funds of such association. It would also be a wilful misapplication nf t ha moneys and credits of such associa tion for any officer having the custody or control thereof to loan or advance the mmn of each association upon promis sory notes ee.othertsritiesr whicb-ejch nfficer at tbe time Xucw'ISM worthless. or when be knew that the money so loaned can not be recoverea oy me association. Sob More Criminal OOeaaes. When tbe officers of a bank knew that it is insolvent and in contemplation of a speedy close they are guilty of a criminal T.nc if bv fraudulent representations of its solvency knowingly made they lead anv nerson to deposit money in such in solvent bauli. every suco association is required to make tbe controller of tbe currency not less than five reports during each year, according to the form which may be prescribed by bim, verified by oath or affirmation of tbe president or tbe cashier, and attested by tbe signature of at least three of the directors. Any falsa entry made in such report or state ment with intent to injure or aeiraua any nerson. or to deceive any officer ol the as aociation or any agent of the government whose duty it is to examine into the af fairs of snch association, is guilty of a criminal offense. Braaebes Oat mm Web Law. The directors of banks, be said, occupy positions of great trust and responsibility. The law justly charges them with the duty of care and dilligence, and It exacts from them unswerving honesty and in tegrity. "We near also daily," said he, "of men being hanged or shot or tortured Ho death by self-constituted mobs, because they claim that tbe law misaammis tered by the courts, or that the courts are too alow in punishing and repressing crime. In our own state not only men but helpless women, in the dead of nigbt 'are ahamelessly stripped and brutally Uneaten and flogged by organized bands of ruffianly wbitecaps, who claim that the law cannot correct the evils from which society suffers. m That Da Wot Eseaee. "These claims are large); unfounded, and it true they would furnish no excuse for the hideous savagery of almost daily prac tice, under the name of 'lynch law,' a species of savagery intolerable in a civilized country. It is the duty of the courts and juries to enforce tbe law so as to remove all excuse for wbitecapism and lynch law. Let us, gentlemen, perform our part of this great duty-" ' Wait Will Call tke Laa-lslatere. Denver. Nov. 16. Tbe Times says: Gov ernor Waits informed Tbe Times positive ly that be had made up his mind to issue a call lor a special assemblage of the leg islature, and that in all probability this call would be sent out before Christmrs, The continued low price of silver and the fixed opinion of his excellency that the price will go down to 60 cents, and conse quently paralyse the silver industry of the state, is tbe reason be assigns for this special e all. ' . Wants 0,000 tee Bis HemliaUae. OxAUA,Nov. 16. Dell Aiken.the Nebras ka man who was thrown into jail at EI Paso. Tex., and kept there two weeks on the charge of conspiring to aid tbe escape of Barrett Scott, tbe defaulting treasurer of ' Holt county. Neb., has begun suit renin Frank Simmons, ehemS at 1 Paso, and W. P. Cunningham, ex-sberiS at Santa Fe, N. Mfor S90,S damages far false lai prison men t. . Five now oases at yellow ported at Btuaswick. Qjt with no deaths, WasaneTos, Nor. 16. A revenue at t30,e0,i,000 is expected by the Democrats of tbe ways and means committee from Income tax which they propose to porate ia the new revenue bill. Tbe iptioawill be high eswagk to the great saaas of laboriag men pie oa small salaries. The limit der discussion Is from $8,800 to H,m. U the increase la the revenoe should prove insufficient aftrr a year or two to asset demands of the treasury the rata might be slightly Increased or tbe limit of exemption lowered. If the income tax Is adopted la tbe form now under atioa other changes ia the internal nue laws will not be necessary. 1 There will be no increase ia tlx tax, tbe whisky tax, the tax on manu factured tobacco, or the tax on cigars. Tbe question of the duty on sugar ts still an open one, bat it is not unlikely that a duty will be imposed of about 1 cent a pound on both raw and refined sugars. This will enable tbe committee to aban don tbe bounty now paid - to American growers without leaving them absolutely without protectioa against foreign com petition. It Is also desired to strike a blow at the sugar trust by making the dnty oa refined soger substantially the same as oa raw sugar. The treatment of bituminous coal Is another opea question with tbe Democrats of the committee. of whom are weakening and may vote tofetala a small duty. BACK AT THE CAPITAL. WasauraTOH-, Not. 16. Preaideat Cleveland and Secretary Lamoat re turned to the canital. from Haw York, at 9 o'clock this morniar, the president being in excellent health and spirits. The mystery surround ing the object of the tripremaiasnn. solved. - w THE REI8HSTAG OPENED. The Kateer Easetases His Fleasara at Co- peratioa hs Araay Matters. Bebux, Nov.. 16. The emperor opened the Beishstag this morning; with the usual ceremonies, and said! he was much pleased with the co-op eration of the Beischstag shows tn developing army institution?. . TRAIN ROBBERS CAUGHT. Z An Peaanecead Caatare made by the Fa. ia Tag Last. Pout Hops, Out., Not. 1. The schooner Captain Fox, and tug Bed ford, which went to her rescue ia the perilous storm last night, are lost. Captain Feathers tone, of the tug, wax drowned. The Iivesaving crew res cued the others. LncoLX, Dk, Nov. la. The Lincoln police unexpectedly caught the train bandits who attempted to hold up the Peoria, Decatur and Evansville pas wan while searching for stolen clothing and jewelry. The officers faced three guas but having the drop on the desperadoes forced them to submit, and took them out of bed. They found three new revolvers and landed four persons in the county jaiL named William Sbelles, Edward Van Meter, Clarance Howe, all ex-convicts, and Sbelles' daughter, Ida, who will be held as a prosecuting witness. Tbe ar rested men fit the description of the trio who attempted to hold np. the train and shot Brakeman Trott, and were away from borne until 3 a. m. ths morning fol lowing the night of the hold-up. GLORIES IN HIS CRIME. kaataer, the AaarcMst wh Tried to Kill tke Serviaa Mlaieter. Paris, Nov. 16. THe Servian minister. M. George vies, who was stabbed by an al leged anarchist in a restaurant cn tbe Avenue de Opera on Monday last, as pre viously detailed in these dispatches, is much worse. Tbe wounded man spit blood all night. Lauthier, the man who stabbed bim, has written to an anarchistic comrade named Fours, declaring himself to be an anarchist, and adding that ha was reduced to snch atraita that he had to die of hunger of commit suicide. Under these circumstances, tautbier continued. he preferred to kill a "sleek bourgeois' before death, and regretted bis inability to make a "grand coup like tbe tnblimeRav- achoL" Will ray if Givea Time. Gcako RariDS, Mich., Nov. IC The secured and unsecured creditors of Nel son Matter & Co. have come to an under standing by which a receiver will be ap pointed by the United States court to msnage the property pending litigation over the proceeds. The receiver will re sume operations in every department, eon vert tbe unfinished stock into merchant able furniture and sell the finished furni ture, converting the assets into can! rapidly as possible. If given time the as sets are sufficient to pay all debts, which amount to about S500,0ua The Michigan Trust company will propably be appointed receiver. Bboobxtr, Wis., Not. 16.--The entire business portion of this city was swept away by fire this morning. Ks Hum lary aTnan sVaw Viroqox, Wis., Not. 16 Goneral Rusk is very weak today, and it ia feared is failing. Doesn't Seem to Approve the Hob. Liverpool. Nor. lfi. Justice Day, ia charging the grand jury, referred to the case of fifteen men v. ho are charged with rioting at Haydock colliery, and said that anything tending to disturb law and ardor injured tbe poor people far more than tan rich. Justice Day added that order was essential to the welfare and prosperity of every rank, and- that it was absolutely necessary that tbe one guilty of rioting should be brought to justice. Kalocalioaal Greats for 1 London, Nov. It- A dispatch to The Times from Cork says that information ' has been received from an anti-Pamellits member of the house of commons that the governmen'. has d cided to yield to the claim of the Christian Brothers and other Roman Catholic communities, who will henceforth participate in educational rants without any stipulation that tbey ' Shall remove tbe religious emblems from. their schools carin secular Instruction. Will Met laderse American 1 Ahtwekp, Nov. 16. Dr. Carl Paten, the German explorer.bas arrived here and Is greatly excited about alleged interviews with him Which have appeared in the American newspapers, and says ho refuses to be resi-onsible for anything the Ameri can newspspers have made him say. Des MoiSES, la., Nov. 16. Governor Boies has suspended the sentence of Bv M. BelveL a well-known Democratic newspa per man, whose sentence for erimiaal libel upon Senator Finn of Taylor county was recently affirmed by tbe supreme court. udtug consideration of an aonlication for pardon. ia Meati MaSOOCTaB, Ills., Nov. 16. A doaen years ago Henry Harzy, a farmer of St. Clair county, became insaae and was taken to tbe asylum at Anna. Two years later be escaped from tbe asylum and no trace of bim was found. A letter just come from the missing He to in southern California in full pos- of his mental faculties and is prosperous. His wife secured a divorce several yean ago, but it is said she will not go to tbe Pacific coast to remarry her former husband. Chicago, Nov. 16. The jury hi the ease of Frank Wemhoid against taeReckform (Ilia.) Register-Gazette returned a 1 allowing Wemhoid tmMM dai paper bad accused him of vanooa of them being that be had bean In dicted for murder. Verdict te tbe Battle Creek Wreck. Battle Cskee, Mich., Nov. K. Tbe coroner's jury impaneled to inquire into tbe cause of tbe Grand Trunk wreck Oct. 'JO, rendered tbe following: verdict: "We find that tbe said collision waseau-ed by areas disobedience of orders given by tbe train dispatchers: that Conductor Bertram N. Scott and Engineer Harry Wooliey of train No. S, east-bound, are guilty of criminal negligence in running past their meeting point at which they had positive orders to stop." Waal Family rertsk. Kansas Cut, Nov. 16. A special from Enid, O. T., says: A courier brings the information that a whole family by the name of Johnston, of Pike county. Mo., who nau settled near tbe Glass mount ains, thirty miles west of here, had per ished in a storm. They wen living under a wagon with no other means of protec tion from tbe storm. The howling of coyotes and grey wolves led to the discov ery of tbe unfortunate family. Two Men Crashed te Death. Chicago, Nov. 16. By tbe falling of a pile of scrap iron ia the Swarts Iron and metal yards at 6ttf State atreet Abeahai Cohen of 433 South Canal street was in stantly crushed to death. Jacob Fried man of 139 Liberty street, who was work ing with Cohen, was caught beneath the pile, and bad his right leg. three ribs, sad spine broken. He was taken to St. Lake's aospitai, wnere ae oiea. ObeytagHer. ' Mistress Do you mean to tell me, Brid get, that you let baby eat seven bananas Bridget An sure, ma'am, didn't yes tell me, tae last taiug goto oat, tomete baby,' an sore be ordered the whole seven. ztexpert oung rsopie. Paaiaimc Oat a Lake Far Ore, Under what was once Lake Angelina, near Isbneming, Mich., are said to be) the largest iron ore deposits ever discov ered in tbe northwest. To get at these deposits all tbe water in the lake, which, covered 160 acres and was 70 feet deep in places, has been pumped out. It took a pump delivering 20,000 gaDOa per minute from April until July, isnkf nigbt and day, to empty tbe lake. How. there is a bed of mud from a to M feat deep, which it win take 10 meatfes to dig and pump out. New York Tela. a. C"JnS3TD D2ST. duncSaCOC.