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TIIH OMAHA DAILY ItEfc: MONDAY, JAMJAHY 19. HO.
BUST TIMES FOR LINCOLN IUbj sfett'nrt Eipotd to Drw Ftopl from 111 Portion! of iho But a. BRYAN BANQUET FIRST ON THE BOARDS Bepublleaa State (nllt Meeting, Revaevelt Clabe, Assessors au4 Agrlcultur lata to Cluse tp ' Week's Pruftraaa. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 17. (Spe cial.) Lincoln Is prepared thin week to entertain Nebraska and the at tractions are sufficient to entice the entire state here. Two big political meet ings Will be held which will have bearings on both parties In state affairs and prob ably In national affairs. The first of these will be the banquet given In honor ol William J. Bryan by Bryan democrats to morrow night. On the program of speakers thsre Is one lone populist and he was at one time the fusion candidate for con gress, Hon. George W, Berge of Lincoln. The pother political gathering will be the republican state committee meeting 'Wednesday afternoon., Aa a state tloket is expected to be evolved shortly after this meeting It is presumed that every repub lican With the office hunch will be on hand with a body guard of Influential friends. Inasmuch as there Is going to be "a scram' ble for nominations it will take some nice Work on the 'part of friends of candidates and friends of the party to settle the con troversy to the best interests of the party. From various parts of the state come conflicting reports aa to whether one or two conventions ire wanted, ao It la hard to state just what the majority of the party does want Around here it looks like one convention would be sufficient ' Meeting; of Assessors. Another meeting of great Importance to the state that will be held on tho afternoon of the 20th la that of the various county assessor, called together by Secretary Ben sett Of the State Board of Equalisation to discuss the revenue law In detail and be . come familiar with the duties of the as sessor. The county assessor was a creation of the late legislature for the purpose of uniformity In securing assessment and foe the purpose of better doing the work that had heretofore been done by district as sessors. Mr. Bennett Intends to see to it that the law is given a thorough test and that it la carried out to the letter and It is for this reason that he wants to have a talk with the assessors. He la desirous that every assessor in the state be present and. the Indication are that most of them will be hare. Heosevelt Club Meetlac "Wednesday evening at the Llndell hotel representatives of the various Roosevelt clubs of the state will meet to discuss the calling of a convention of Roosevelt clubs to be held on the evening preceding the state convention at the same place in which the convention la to be held. This convention, of course, will be called for the purpose of organising to see that none be sent a delegate to the national republican convention but those who would die in the ditch before they would desert the presi dent In the convention. The convention . would send that kind of delegates anyhow, but 4h Roosevelt club want to be doubly sure. And her are the jother meetings scheduled i ' ' Time) for Agrrleulturlats. The State Board of Agriculture. Memor ial hall, university, January 19-21. State Swine Breeders' association, state farm, January 19. Nebraska Improved live Stock Breeder asportation, state farm, January 20. Nebraska1 Dairymen' association, state farm. January 20-21. Nebraska Veterinary Medical association, Memorial hall, university, January 20. Duroc-Jersey Breeders association. Com mercial club rooms, January 18. . Association of Agricultural Student, taut farm, January IS. Bute Farmers' institute, some time dur- Ing tho week. Nebraska Stat Poultry association, one night during week. Nebraska Corn Improvers' association, tata farm, January 21. Nebraska Bee Keepers' association, state farm. January IS. Nebraska Irrigation association, state farm. January 21. Nebraska Stock --Growers' association, some day during the week. Nebraska Shorthorn Breeders' associa tion, state farm, January. 21. Nebraska Stata Horticultural association, state farm, January 19-JT1. Nebraska Park and Forestry association. State farm, January 21. v The Farmers' Co-operative Drain and Livs Stock association, January 21. South Platte Millers' association, Janu ary i-a. Nebraska State Society of Labor and In dustry, January 19. 3C Curious Place while 'FREE e RoqlcI- : ' TO ' WellviHe" A ml nature copy in every pack age of Postum Coffee and Grape Nuts, free. Find it and you will keep its The strongest "little book" of the century. Tele phone the grocer for a package of either Grape-Nuts or Postum, or both, and read the book today. It doesn't weigh uiuch, but. you couldn't buy it away form some owners for lfs weight In gold or gems, ' - ' . ' .... , POSTUM CHRBAL CO., Ltd. ' Bttls CretWk, Mkh. Nebraska Mutual Insurance association, January ZL wast Cheaper Matt. " Lincoln people are again talking of mak ing a fight for m reduction In the chargss now In force for electric and, gas light fur nished by the Lincoln Gas and Electrlo company. Lincoln people have been mak ing this fight for a number of year with out success, having on two occasion voted bond for the erection of an electrlo light plant to be owned by the city, but by a technicality the bonds were declared In valid. This time several cltttens are con templating capitalising a company to es tablish a plant believing they will be able to furnish light' cheaper than It Is now furnished and stilt make money, . Borne of these, however, are still in favor of mu nicipal ownership and the question may again be presented to the voter In the spring. The gas light that are no used on the streets do not give satisfaction. tart Ca-operatlve IleteL Former Chef McAvoy of the Llndell ho tel called a meeting of young ' man and others at the Walton hotel last night for the purpose of forming an organtratlon for the purpose of buying or leasing that hotel to conduct It upon a co-operative plan. About twenty were present and the move ment received somewhat of a boost. Mc Avoy was elected president and B. R, Kent secretary. Several thousand dollars were subscribed. Memorial' service were held this after noon by the member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen and the Degree of Honor lodge in honor of John t'pehurch, the founder of the order. The meeting was held In Memorial hall and Was well at tended. Jacob Jaekatek of South Omaha, grand master workman; ReV. Byron Beall, Jame Farrall and others mad talk. Hove 4e Parity Lineal. Lincoln is to have a "purity" meeting on the night of January 26 for the purpose of discussing ways and means to gat rid of objectionable characters In city blocks and to prevent the city front collecting fines from the women. of the half world, which Insure thern protection. Incidentally the men at the head of the movement ex pect to eradicate the house of social evil entirely. This meeting 1 the result of Rev. Batten' investigation and reports and a program has been arranged that Inclades talks by Mr. Batten, Superintendent Greene of the Insane asylum. Dr. Hall and H. H. Wilson. Jtev. Byron Bsall expects to ac complish what these men expect to accom plish In a sermon to, b delivered to the women next Sunday. Inasmuch . aa the salvation of the Women was originally Rev. Beatl's side line and Rev, Batten has jumped In . since, much interest Is being manifested a to who will have the best meeting. A morning paper states that It wus hoped that Chancellor Andrews would be at home, for the Monday night meeting and If he is he will be asked to preside. Both meeting are advertising that Gov ernor Mickey will be present but a the governor refused to spoak at the first meeting, though he said he might be pres ent, 'and as he expects to be out Of town next Monday night this announcement 1 evidently a mistake on the part of the promoter. . , STATE FARM EMPLOYE SHOOTS William Lewis Seriously If Hot Fa- tally Iajared While teal ins; Carat. , From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Jan. 17. (Special Telegram.) A man who gives his name aa William Lewis was shot and dangerously If not fat ally wounded at the state farm this even ing. The shooting was done with a 32 calibre revolver by one of the employes of the farm. Lewis, it is alleged, was steal ing corn from the field when the shooting was done and refused to stop when called to. 1 , For some time the authorities have been missing corn from the field and the man who did the shooting was set to watch for the thief. . The bullet entered Lewis' kids' and the at tending surgeons pronounce the Wound a a most sertovs ha. Drs. Resettle? and Blatterly were called and are doing all they can for him. Lewis' condition was such that surgeons Would not permit him to be Interviewed and his side of the story can not be Obtained, Watches and diamonds. Tour credit Is good. A Mandelberg. jeweler, 1521 Karnam. ,. DIED. 4 SWEEZET-Willard K., Sunday at 6:46 p. m., at the home of hla parents 4920 Dav . enport. street, Dundee Place. Funeral from the residence Tuesday at I p. tn. Interment in Prospect Hlii ceme tery. Chicago papers please copy. , to Get a Worth- BOOK 7 J WOMAN AS HOLDUP ARTIST , Pnttr lohool Teaotior tt Villsr, B. D., Charged with a Be'd Grim DRUG CLERK CHLOROFORMED AND ROBBED Prisoner Has Wossl la Shoulder Which She Alleges Ska Received W kite Herself Belagr Robbed, bat Stories Cong let. SIOUX CITT, la., Jan. 17.(Bpeclal Tele gram.) Hattle Pllcher, the pretty young school teacher who Claimed to have been shot In the shoulder, chloroformed and gagged In the Henshaw house at Miller, 8. P., last Tuesday flight, today was ar rested on a charge of assault with Intent to commit a felony and of administering ether to Wilbur Quirk, a drug clerk, for the purpose of aiding her accomplices In carrying out a boldly conceived robbery. The officers say they have evidence In their possession that villi startle the community at Miller, which is very much wrought up over the affair. They say that the girl will confess and that other arrests will re sult. The alleged crime occurred .Tuesday night. Quirk, a clerk in the Collins drug stare, was hold up by two masked persons, bound and gagged, and after having been made unconscious by the use of ether was tied to an Iron bed, where he was found next morning in a serious condition. He could not give descriptions of his as sailants and the affair remained a mys tery. On the sams morning Miss Pllcher was found in a room at the hotel with a pistol shot wound in her right shoulder. She sold that the aasault had been made by two masked men, i but later said she was shot by1 a woman dressed In men's cloth ing. She told another conflicting story to day Just before her arrest and directed the sheriff to a point half a mile east of Mil ler along a ' railroad track, where a re volver was found with which she said she was accidentally shot. Quirk is a young man of good habits and morals and not given to association with women. He still Is in a precarious condition. HASTEN ROSEBUD OPENING (Continued from First Page.) A law absolutely prohibiting the ownership by any Individual of sny portion of a printed or engraved obligation of the United States which had not bee.n properly Issued. Under the act of 1891 the secret service officials Seised aeveral carloads of these card reproductions of notes and cer tificates. All those seised were destroyed. But the Secret service of course failed to find all that had been sold. Every onoe in awhile one of the books tufna up some where, follewcd by all torts of publications relative to stolen plates, counterfeits and so forth. "The agents of the secret service are not supplied with halt printed notes. None of mese are isaueu lo anyone and the only copies of faces and bucks known to be in existence are the few which are framed and are hanging on the walla of the Tfeai . Grows Maccaronl and Spaghetti. It is not generally known that the United States. Is largely etiguged in the manufac ture of nmcoaronl and spaghetti. We are Inclined to think thai such articles are made only by Europeans, but this Is not the case, for,, according to expert teatlmony, spaghetti and maccaronl are made in al most every state in the union, and thou sands of men, boys and girls are employed in their manufacture. . While this industry is still in its infancy in the United States, many thousands of dollars' have been expended in machinery, equipment, and apparatus to bring about the production of this article of food. At the present time it has been estimated that J.600 barrels of flour are consumed In the 'dally manufacture of maccaronl and spa ghetti in the United States, the manufac turers engaged in this business being found all over the United States, from the lakes to the gulf and from the Atlantto to the Pacific. It is confidently expected that with the continuation of existing conditions and with the present rate of tariff that the output of maccaronl and spaghetti will be doubled within the next five years. "Maccaronl is now considered more of a staple article of diet than before and thou sands are now using it where before this product waa unknown. During the past season, when potatoes and beans had reached an unusually high price, maccaronl was substituted for these articles, and it was then demonstrated that at a veijr small cost a dish could be provided containing mors nutriment, per haps, than any other food product that could be produced for a like sum. Imports Redaco Proftts. The average price obtairyed by American producers of tnaccaronl Is a trifle under 4 cents per pound, and while but little profit .Aaa been realised by the manufac turers this is due entirely to the large quantities of paste goods imported from Franco and Italy. American manufacturers have cause to be encoursged when it is realised that American labor cannot be had as cheaply as labor In, France and Italy, when It la realized that considerable more money has to be expended by the producers la this country because of the fact that in European countries where the maccaronl is mado it is dried in the open air, but in America, where the climate is not so warm and dry, additional expense is Incurred In purchasing the necessary artificial means Of drying these products. Notwithstanding all tho difficulties with which American producers have to contend the manufacture of maccaronl and ' spaghetti bids fair to become a moat profitable one. Reference to statistics shows that the annual importation of maccaronl and other paste articles amounts to about 600,000 cases, each averaging about twenty-five pounds, making a total Importation of 16.000.0u0 pounds per year. ' 'Were it possible to Increaae the output of the American manufactories by one-half the amount Imported from Europe employ ment would be given to 10,000 additional persons in this country. Not only this, but 17,000 barrels of flour more would be con sumed than at present and the manufac turers of wooden cases would be benefited; also firms manufacturing paper, paper cartons, twine, machinery necessary and transportation companies would all be largely benefited. As said before, the manufacture of mac caronl Is still in an infantile, atate, but with proper encouragement from congresa It is believed that the output may be increased, and the time is not far distant when mac caronl will be considered and known throughout the entire country aa one of the most healthful, least expenalve and moat nutritious of all American food products. DISPUTE ENDS IN KILLING Jlaa Ramos, a taarte-Bloed Indian, tho Victim of tho Affray. , AINS WORTH. Neb., Jan. 17. (Special Telegram.) This morning Dan Ruby shot aud Instantly killed Jim Ramua. a quarter breed Indian, on the reservation north of here in a dispute about cattle. Roby has surrendered to the civil authorities CONSUL WILL NOT INTERFERE Americans the Isle of flues Will Carry the Flerey Matter ! President. HAVANA, Jan. 17. United States Consul Stelnhart, having declined to Interfere with grievances which the American residents of the Isle of Pines have against Mayor Sanchea of Kueva Cereons In connection with the arrest of Morgan Plercy, the son of an American, a petition to President Roosevelt Is being prepared for the signa tures of the Americans. This petition will allege that the conduct of Mayor Benches Is oppressive and Intolerable and will pray for the appointment of an agent other than United States Minister Squires to Investi gate the case, with a view of asking the government of Cuba to remove the msyor. ARTILLERY ISKEPT BUSY Government Troops Make Brisk At tark on Porto Plata Supported by Dominican Gnnboat. CAPE HATTIEN, Jan. lT.-The govern ment troops which disembarked recently at Sossua were yesterday ordered to march on Porto Plata. A brisk attack, supported by the guns of a Dominican war vessel, began In the evening. This morning op erations were resumed and the government troops enteret Porto Plata, causing the flight of Qeneral Deschamps, who took refuge In the United States consulate. CZAR RETAINS HIS MINISTER Declines to Accept Resignation of Von' Plehve' ana Official Is Stronger Tkan Ever, (Copyright, 1904, by Press Publishing Co.) ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 17. (New Tork World Cablegram Special Telegram.) Aa a result of differences with his ministerial colleagues. Von Plehve tendered to the csar last month Ills resignation as minister of the interior. The csar declined to accept, and now Von Plehve's position at court Is Stronger than ever. To Care the Grip In Two Days. Laxative Bromo Quinine removes the ee. use. To get the genuine call for the full name. 26c Find Radlom In Wyoming. CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 17.-(Bpeclal.)-Large quantities of pitchblende, from which the precious radium Is ' extracted, have been discovered in .the Halleck canon dis trict east of Laramie. The Arena Mining company, composed of Denver, Salt Lake City and Laramie men, has been quietly working fourteen claims In- Halleck canon for the past eight months, and It is be lieved the properties will produce many thousands of tons of the valuable pitch blende. Early last year the owners of the property suspected that the pltchblendo con tained radium. Tests were made In Denver and. In Salt Lake City, the assays showing that the owners were right. Just how much radium .has been extracted is not known, but It la known that the Arena company will not sell Its properties at any price and also that arrangements are being made to mine the pitchbelnde on a large scale. LICKV POSSESSIONS. Odd Things Thought to Brine; Good Fortune One Thing- Which i Always Does Bring; It. A magailne writer reviews the foibles of various well-known people, claiming that George Eliot was a slave to the idea Osgood luck in the hunchback or clubfooted man; that Caroline Herschel was troubled all day If In the morning she met a crosseyed beggar. Harriet Beecher Stowe thought It bad fortune to throw away an old tooth brush; Roea Bonheur had a small lead im age as a charm, while Queen Victoria be lieved the removal of her wedding ring would bring calamity. Lady lllllals. wife of the great painter, was convinced that tho doom of anyone was sealed who steptei on a crack in the sidewalk; Sarah Bern hardt possesses the dried eye of a mummy and thinks it r.fecessary to her success, while Eleanor Duse, the famous Italian actress, is sustained by a small copper crucifix wrought In a Siberian prison. Hard headed business and professional men the world over have their "faith also, and the peculiarity of It Is that almost witnout exception tney agree upon the same thing as a talisman of good fortune well selected life Insurance. They may possibly have their superstitions, but upon this one essential they stand united in solid sense and Judgment. Further Proofs of Supremacy. Competition seems no barrier to BUD- WE1SBR. Its march goes on by leaps and bounds. The past year shows an Increase of more than 20 per cent over the preced ing year, bringing the total sales of Bud welser (In bottles) to 100.402.SOO bottles, and the total sales for the past 28 years, 1S75 to 1903 Inclusive, to l.0,4O2,BO0 bottles. BUDWEISER is the household beverage of the American home, and its claim to the title. "Kin of Bottled Beers." is estab llsheA by the fact that, although command ing the highest price, Its sales exceed those of all other bottled beers oomblned. . An heuaer-Busch's other ' brands of beer are Close seconds to Budwelser, , Their total output In bulk for the paat year was 1,201.762 barrels. Another evidence of the aupremacy of Budwelser waa given In the instance of two of the finest and best appointed cafes recently established, the' Stewart Cafe in Philadelphia and the Talt Cafe in San Francisco, where the most popular beers of America entered into competition, and the award went to Budwelser. Announcements of tba Tkoaters. "Faust." with Lewis Morrison himself appearing as Mephisto for the last tlms here, wHl be at the Krug Thursday, , Fri day and Saturday. Tba new scenery and electrical effects are said to be especially slaborata and novel this year and a new spectacular prologue with choral and vocal musio has been added. At the Boyd this evening John Drew will present the Robert Marshall military com edy, "The Second In Command." This Is one of the cleanest and brightest of recent English plays and made a great hit when presented In Omaha two seasons ago. Mr. Drew has fallen back on It because of the failure of hla last two plays. He Is sup ported as usual by a splendid acting com pany. The engagement is for two nights, Monday and Tuesday. ' ' On Thursday and Friday nights at ths Boyd Lulu Olaaer will be the attraction tn "Dolly Varden." ettle Cass Out of Court. DAKOTA CITT, Nfb., Jan. 17. (Special.) Ths case against John Fltsslmmons of Pigeon Creek precinct, who was charged by John Flannery, Jr:, of Jackson, with the theft of an overcoat valued at fit from a dance hall at Jackson during the night of January I, was dismissed by County Judge Elmers, the costs taxed to the defendant and the prisoner discharged from custody. The case was settled out of court Fltsslmmons spent four days In the county Jail. Ahry bar th run rj Nan ulnla no I ftX& romo 2 Qr1 ,Gr2 8 CutllCoM ha One Day, Days FIRES SHOT AT DIS WIFE JiWRtttsr, 403 North Fourteinth, Under Arrest for Bhootitif;. LOADED DOWN WITH DEADLY ELEMENTS Mrs. Hitter Bays Another Woman Estranged AaToetloas of Her Husband and Causes All the Trouble. The clouds of domestic infelicity which hsve been hovering over the Rltter house hold, 403 North Fourteenth street, since last September, broke Sunday, according to Mrs. Rltter, when Jake Rltter fired a pistol shot at his wife because she refused to live with him any longer. ' Mrs. Rltter escaped the wrath of her frensied spouse by seek ing safety In a neighbor's house.' Rltter wss arrested on a charge of shoot ing with Intent to kill and carrying con cealed weapons. When searched at the police station a revolver, razor, bottle of carbolio acid and a quantity of morphine were found on Rltter, and it Is reported that he Intended to carry out his oft-repeated threats to kill his wife and him self. It was during last September that Mrs. Rltter first suspected her husband was not following In the path that a faithful hus band should. He frequently remained away alt night, the said. On the advice of some Mend's Mrs. Rltter shadowed her spouse until Sunday evening, September 20, the auspicious moment arrived. On this even ing she followed Her husband to the home of Mrs. Llllle Chase, 712 North Seventeenth street, and, secreting herself In the shadow of a porch, looked into a window and saw her husband In the lap of the Chase wo man. Bho then broke open the door, pum melled the Chase woman and took her faithless husband home. tors- of tho Estrangement. "Since then my- husband continued his affections for Mrs. Chase," said Mrs. Rlt ter laJ night.'' "About a month ago he told me the Chsse woman told him he was the only man she loved. This woman haa broken up my home and destroyed my hap piness. She has ruined the relations which existed between tny husband and myself for twenty-two years. Her Influence over my husband was so great that he even went lo the extent of taking my money and clothing to this woman. That Is what hurts me as bad as anything else. "My husband left home last Tuesday morning when he packed his trunk. He re turned Saturday evening and begged me to live -with him again, but I refused. He then stayed In my room all night while I went to a friend's, returning Sunday morn ing, when ' Jake renewed his entreaties. About noon time he came to my loom and seeing a revolver In his hand I fled, the bullet which he fired missing me. I then ran to the alley and iomg one tn the house notified the police. "He has often 'threatened that our dava were short. I will prosecute "him and noth ing could induce me to live with him again." Mrs. Rltter runs a rooming house and it was as a roomer that the Chase woman first entered the Rltter home. When seen at the police station last even ing Mr. Rltter declined to ssy anything further than that he did not Intend to shoot his wife when he 41red the revolver. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tho Very Beat. "I have' been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine I have every taken," says Geo, I Chubb, a ' merchant at Harlan, Mich.' There is no question about Its being the best, as it will cure a cough or cold tn less time than any other treatment. . It should always be kept In the home ready for Instant use, for a cold can be cured tn much less time when promptly treated. Douglas Printing Co.. isog Howird. Tel 641 RECONCILED TO WAR (Continued from First Page.) similar occurrences and assert that - the Coreans are burning villages and killing people. M. PavlofC warns ths authorities that such proceedings will necessitate 'se vere measures.' The correspondent says riots have broken out at Chyung Chyongdo, in the province of Ptongdlna, Cores. The Seoul' correspondent of the Jljl Shlmpo states a general uprising is immi nent at Phong Tang and that Corean sol diers are co-operating with the rebels. Phong Tang was the scene of the rising which led to the war between Japan and China. . The Dally Mall's Seoul correspondent says an armored train with quick firing guns from the ships is at Chemulpo ready to rush men from Seoul at a moment's notice. The correspondent says ths Jap anese have secured control of the Corean court and that ths emperor has wired Peking and Toklo advising a triple offensive and defensive alliance and 'promising not to leave Seoul. According to the correspondent McEeavy Brown, supervisor of Corean customs, se cured possession of Corean field guns on the pretense that they needed repairs and locked them up in the customs house. The Dally Mall s Port Arthur corre spondent estimates that the total number 3 Constipation is Vexation. Vright's Indian Vegetables Pills A Key to the Situation. Dra ISoUuqa't Elixir of Opium For Nervousness and Insomnia. Dr.Soarles&SearI03 SPECIALISTS . Core AU 8 postal DISEASES CF fciEl A dluuu ruissi VWEAK, IEEY0US UER ssperStii r.Mmtnationa and advioe free at oroee or by mall. Written contracts given in ail eurable diseases .w refund money paid foe treatntenl. TreaUaont by saau. m years a I la Omaha. pw. tta ana Douwtaa. OMASA. WWM, of Russian troops In Manchuria Is XK,H0. The correspondent says: China's firm stand since the rencvupa tlon of Mudkrn has complicated the Russian arrangements In Manchuria for defence. The council of war Is sitting daily." French Troopa In Seoul. SEOUL. Jan. 17.-Thlrty-nlne marines from the French cruiser Pascal have ar rived here from Chemulpo to protect the French legation. A Guaranteed Cure toe riles. Itching. Blind, Weeding or Protruding Piles. Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure you la I to 14 days. tOc Many Sign Pnrdoa Petition. SHERIDAN, Wyo., Jan. 17.-(8peclal.)-The petition for the pardon of Lew Hart sough, which has been presented to Gov ern or Chatterton, has been taken under advisement by the governor. The petition was presented by Mrs. Hartsough, wife of the convicted man, and had nearly FOO signers, including every one of the Jury who tried the case. Hartsough was con victed of the murder of O. Frank Mc- A Comrade of General Grant "Testifies for Paw Paw. Captain Charles A. DeArt.atid. Wash ington, I). C, the man or whom Pres ident Lincoln said, "Congress ond the' nation owes Copt. DeArnaucl a debt cf gratitude for hla services to Gen. Grant," and whose damage suit fnr IM00,. 000 against Gen. 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We do r.ot scatter our faculties, but concen tate them on our particular specialty. We have made a life study of diseases ind weakeneits peouliar to men, spending thousands of dollars in re searches and evolving a ererial sys tem of treatment that Is a quick, safe and certain euro for all skin, nervous, blood and private diseases. Cur name has been a household synonym for over a quarter of a cen tury for remarkable skill and ability in the treatment and cure of 9th-14th. J AVV 1 IS am A. ft iu mm X