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THE OMATTA DAILY HEE: TFEPDAV. MATCCTT 2. IMS.
Let Economy Begin .....BY km ORDERING fo) M THE ONLY PLACE AUDITORIUM CORNER. TALBOT ICE OO PHONE 455. MS. CDADWICK SENTENCED Judge Tayler Overrule Motion for New Trial and Passes Sentence. DEFENSE INTENDS TAKING AN APPEAL C Iron It to art of Appli Will be Asked for Star ' Execution 1 Pending Preparation of Paper. CI.KVKT,AND, March 27. Unless the higher court Interferes Mrs. Cassie L.. t'hadwick will upend the greater part of the next ten years In the Ohio state peni tentiary. A stntcnoe of ten years was Imposed qn 11' I ijuiis niuri i i o j i' i 111 inn in i plates district court at 5 o'clock this even ing. The sentence came at the close of a Inlay day for the court In hearing argu ments on a motion for a new trial, which lasted all day. The motion was overruled. Sentenced on Six founts. Mrs. Chadwlck was convicted on seven counts and sentenced upon six counts. For four of these counts a sentence of two years each was Imposed. Upon two counts a sentence of one year each was Imposed, making a total sentence of ten years. As soon as the sentence was pronounced Attorney J. P. Dawley, counsel for Mrs. Chadwlck, took exceptions to the sentences upon each count except the flrt count. The defense Intends to make the claim that the court cannot Impose a separate Bentence for eac'h count, that the law refers to the general charge Instead of each Incident of n general charge. The various counts of the Indictment are considered by the de fense to refer only to details of the general offense. This point will also be contested In the higher court, ao will the other points of the Chadwlck trial which resulted in her convlrtlon. Will Take an Appeal. Kither Judge Francis1 J. Wing or Mr. Pawley will go to Cincinnati tomorrow to make arrangements for a review of the case by the United States circuit court of appeals. The first step taken by the da- The reason so many people drink Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate is because it keeps them well and they like it. Delicious for cakes and pastry. Use the Best FULLY GUARANTEED For any use where food coal Is desired. NUT $6.00, LUMP $6.25 All Grades Hard and Soft Coal GOSS-JOHNSON BROS. COAL & SUPPLY CO., 1519 PARK Ail ST. PHONE 1307 A Wlso Woman will try Mhdl Msiim bury. A a MlalfebtMl(llll(klW.tt J Itnpsrial Hair Regenerator ) natural enlr or shade, lit. ojrB. on, .bla, and O.VS iPI't.ICATION WfLl, 1 AST FOR MONTH S. Sample M aair uiaaroe rrae. nasa mr rampant UFUULCMPMIOt K " MV HM.. Nt Vara. Bkaraua MaCaaaaU Una Isk Uft ! Sta, fense will be to ask for a stay of sentence until the appeal Is tried out. There was an understanding with United Slates Mar shal Chandler, United States Attorney Sul livan and the court today to the effect that there would be no attempt to execute the sentence until the defense had an oppor tunity to carry the case to the higher court and there obtain a suspension of the sen tence. Mrs. Chadwlck will be defended to the last court. No action will be taken by United States Attorney Sullivan regarding the other six Indictments against Mrs. Chadwlck In the federal court until the present case Is finally disposed of. If the present case and sentence la sustained by the last court the other cases will be dropped, otherwise they will be used against the Woman. Mrs. Chadwlck was not particularly af fected by the action of the court today, as seemingly she had resigned herself to any action that might be taken. Illatorr of the Case. Mrs. Chadwlck waa Indicted by the United States grand Jury at a special ses sion ordered by Judge Francis J. Wing, who hns since his retirement from the federal bench become her associate counsel on seven separate charges, each relating to her connection with the failure of the Citi zens' National bank of Oberlln, of which the late C. T. Beckwlth was president and A. B. Spear cashier. Both the president and cashier were Jointly Indicted with the woman who borrowed thousands of dollars of the bank's money. She was convicted under the Indictment, In which she waa charged with consplraeay with President Beckwlth and Spear to certify her checks when she had no money In the bank. By good behavior Mrs. Chadwlck can re duce her time of Imprisonment to eight years and four months. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Rain and. Much Colder In Raatern Portion of Nrbrtika Today) Fair, Warmer Tomorrow, WASHINGTON. March 27 Forecast of the weather for Tuesday and Wednesday: For Nebraska Fair in west, rain and much colder in east portion Tuesday, high northwesterly winds; Wednesday, fair and warmer. For Iowa Showers and thunderstorms Tuesday, rapidly falling temperature, high west -to northwest winds; Wednesday, fair, warmer In north central portions. For South Dakota Fair In west, rain or snow and colder In central and east por tion Tuesday, high northwesterly winds; Wednesday, fair and warmer. For Kansas Showers and much colder Tuesday, high northwesterly winds; Wednesday, fair, warmer in northwest por tion. For Colorado Fair In west, partly cloudy In east portion Tuesday; Wednesday, fair and warmer. For Wyoming Partly cloudy Tuesday; Wednesday, fair and warmer. For Montana Fair Tuesday and Wednes day. I.oeal Record. OFFICE OF THE WKATHER BUREAU, OMAHA, March 17. Official record of tem perature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the past three years: 1905. 1904. 1903. 1902. Maximum temperature ... X2 42 34 t6 Maximum temperature ... 56 18 24 40 Mean temperature K9 30 29 53 Precipitation T .00 .21 .00 Temperature and precipitation departures from the normal at Omaha since March 1, and comparison with the last two years: Normal temperature .' 42 Kxcess for the day 27 Total excess since March 1, 1905 .265 Normal precipitation 06 inch Deficiency for the day 06 inch Total precipitation since March 1.. .70 Inch Deficiency since March 1, 1905 52 Inch Deficiency for cor. period, l'H 31 Inch Deficiency for con period, 1903 64 Inch Reports from Stations at T P, M. Station and State Tern. Max. Raln- of Weather. 7 pm. Tern. fall. Bismarck, raining.,..: 44 4i ,44 Cheyenne, snowing 30 44 .02 Chicago, clear 60 tW T Davenport, clear 66 To ,10 Denver, cloudy Xt b .no Havre, cloudy 42 M T Helena, cloudy 3ft 44 T Huron, clear do 74 . Kansas City, cloudy 74 7n .no North Platte, raining 88 74 .(Hi Omnha, cloudy 7H 82 T Rapid City, raining 34 44 .30 St. Jxiuts, partly cloudy.... 70 78 .no St. Paul, cloudy 52 iW .00 Halt T.ake City, pt, cloudy.. 31 40 .01 Valentine, cloudy 42 60 .00 WUllston, cloudy 60 52 T "T" Indicates trace of precipitation. L. A. WELSH. Ixcttl Forecaster. TWADC rtAJt Dorflinger Glassware Is Genuine Cut Glass not pressed glass with here and there a little superficial cutting. The Dorflinger trade mark on each piece is the guarantee of its gen uineness. Ask your dealer for it DoRFLBK Ozomulsion CURES OsMa, Ceask Ort, Brahitie,CaicrS. Sx. Tk paaaanaia aad Doa.aaipMa. A NHiUbul lod lla.mH far lhaTlrad M .iter ..4 th. PlTbia Child. TRIAL nOTTI.B KRSB BY MAIL. WHI. B llUr .r Pottal IW4 a Oaoaaaiaioa Co., rial U, Maw York WILD FLIGHT OF WORKMAN Laborer of New York Tunnel Driren Through Water and Air. WALLS YIELD TO INSIDE PRESSURE Leak Discovered by Man Who Is Blown from Compartment, While His Fellows Are Se riously Injnred. NEW YORK, March 27. Blown through a break in the tunnel In the East river by an explosion today, carried to the suiface of the water and shot twenty feet into the air. Richard Creedon. a laborer, was res cued only slightly hurt. His escape from death seemed almost miraculous. Three of his companions were rescued In the tunnel and carried out, ail painfully but not seri ously Injured. The men were at work In the forward compartment of the railroad tunnel under tho East river between Brooklyn and the Hattery, which Is to be used eventually to connect the Manhattan subway lines with Brooklyn subway lines. The tubes, side by side, are In process of construction. The Brooklyn end of one of the tubes had been extended about fifteen feet be yond the end of tho pier line at the foot of Joralemon street. Twenty-two men were at work In the tunnel today when the ac cident happened. Creedon and his three companions were In the forward compart ment working under a high pressure of air. In a compartment back of them eight een other men were at work. This second compartment was not affected by the acci dent, as there was a bulkhead between Ihem. Creedon Finds Leak. Creedon waa the first to ascertain that the roof of the tunnel was leaking and that the air was rushing out Into the bot tom of the East river, nvhich was about forty feet deep above them. With sand bags ho attempted to plug up the leak, but as he did so the wholo roof was blown out and the tremendous force of the com presedalr drove Creedon out through the hole. The outward rush of air carried him to the surface In a twinkling and he ,shot Into the air with great force. Bystanders quickly rushed him out of the water. He was considerably bruised and shaken up, but was not dangerously hurt. Bystanders who saw the man Bhoot to the surface say that he was thrown twenty feet Into tho air from the level of the water, and his appearance so frightened the Italian laborers on a nearby pier that they took to flight. His companions were dragged back through the tunnel by workmen from the next compartment. HENRY C. MAHANNA IS DEAD Old Time Nebraska Railroad Passes Away Suddenly at Fremont. Mai FREMONT Neb., March 27. (Special Telegram.) Henry C. Mahanna formerly superintendent of the South riatte divis ion of the Northwestern railway, died here this morning very suddenly of henrt dis ease, at the age of 60 years. He had been in poor health for several months, but was around town every day and out riding Sunday afternoon. He waa born In Illinois and served dur ing tho war in Company I, Eighty-ninth Illinois Infantry. At the close of the war he moved to Iowa and entered the employ of the Northwestern, beginning as freight brakeman and was successively advanced to conductor, station agent, trainmaster and division superintendent of the Chad ron division. In 1889 he waa transferred to Fremont and given charge" of the South Platte division, which was not at that time in first-class condition. He soon made It one of the best managed divisions of the entire system. When the South Platte nnd Norfolk divisions were consolidated last year he retired from active business. He had just completed a new residence In this city and had his furniture partially moved in when death occurred. He is survived by a widow. Arrangements for his funeral have not yet been made. Mr. Mahanna was In the service of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway company for thirty-five years, serving from agent at a small station to superintendent of the South Platte division, being In the latter capacity for ten years, with offices at Fre mont. He retired last June, since which time he lived at his home In Fremont. Previous to being promoted to the auper intendency at Fremont he was assistant superintendent of the Iowa division at Boone, la., and later superintendent of the Black Hills division, with headquarters at Chadron. He Is survived by a wife. At time of death he waa comfortably stationed In life. Mr. Mahanna was 62 years of age. Farmers Flock to Lectures. M'COOK, Neb., March 27. Special.)-The Burlington alfalfa and soil culture special. In charge of W. H. Hanns, industrial com missioner, reached Wray early this morn ing. An hour before the time the lecture was billed to begin both cars were crowded. At Benkelman F. Montgomery of the Bur lington's Omaha offices joined the party. There was a large attendance at Trenton and Culbertson that helped to swell the record above that of any previous day. At McCook the merchants closed their stores and the schools were adjourned. An- Im mense overflow meeting was addressed from the rear platform by C. M. Ltwelilng of Beaver City. At Cambridge the Burlington officials and university professors found It necessary to utilize tho commodious freight warehouse for a lecture hall. Delegations of farmers are picked up at Intermediate stations, carried to lecture points and re turned free on the first train. Hon batter made-Hone batter known Every shade, ahape avnd style for rjkXty fa.ee, figure or fancy BEST DEALERS $3 forth by our citizens seem to give promise of results and the probability is now that the government will establish a star route from Stromsburg to Osceola and Shelby. The mall facilities have been bad here for a long time nnd the citizens have been obliged to wait for pnpers until they were twenty-four hours old. The mail comes In from Lincoln and Omaha to Slromsburg In the forenoon over the Burlington & Missouri River railroad and if this route Is estab lished wo can get the morning papers of Lincoln and Ouinha by norm of the same day they are printed. ews of brnkn. GENKVA Mrs. Pendell, wife of Dr. O. W. Pendell. died-at 4 o'clock this morning after h severe Illness. BKATRICK The Gamma Iamdus, a de bating society composed of girls, held a meeting Saturday night. H 1' M BOl.DT The Nemaha County Sun day (School association begins a two days' session at Bern on Tuesday, March 28. TKCCMRKH Martin Brott, an old sol dier of this city, has been granted an In crease of pensiun from $2tl to HO per month. lll'MBOl.irr The young Indies of the Dawson Kvangelical church have organized a young Women's Christian Temperance union. MADISON The Madison Chronicle, the olriesi paper in Aiaulson county, has changed hunds again. Hermann Seidell of Stanton has purchased the plant. KUATRIChV-Wllliatn Steffen of this city left yesterday for Indiana and Ohio, where he will meet a colony of Aienuoniies and conduct them to Canada. BKATRICK Yesterday morning at the German Lutheran church northeast of Be atrice occurred the marriage of Mr. Muruti Frerichs and Miss Kinnia Buss. lll'MBO LDT Fred Tuxhorn, a young farmer living several miles north of the city, whjj united in marriage to Miss Mag gie Stutheit, daughter of it. C. Stutheit ut' tha.t neighborhood. BKATRICK Word was received here yesterday announcing the marriage of Miss Margaret Stewart to Mr. Klvle Hunter, and Miss Elizabeth Stewart to Mr. J. lrvln Stevens, which occurred at Raton, N. M. OBCKOI.A The Osceola Cemetery asso ciation has re-elected for the tifth time T. II. Saunders, president; V. F. Kepner, secretary; O. K. Mickey, treasurer; L. H. Kunkell, director; Hiram Jeffrey; super intendent, and A. E. Mills, assistant. BKATRICK Rawlins post No. 35, Grand Army of the Republic, and the Woman's Relief corps held an open meeting Saturday night nt which an Interesting literary and musical program was rendered. Addresses were delivered by Comrades W. S. Tilton and J. R. Craig. NEBRASKA CITY The pupils of the city schools have donated $10 to the Sisters of Charity to assist in building a new hospital building east of the present St. Mary's hospital. The new building und its furnishings will cost about SIO.'iOO. NEBRASKA CITY Late Saturday night tire damaged the Nebraska City steam laundry to the extent of JoW. Tho fire started in the boiler room ami was extinguished before It could communi cate to the main building. The' loss la fully covered by insurance. TECL'MSEH The wheat and grass are very green and vigorous, tdnce the recent I alas. The heavy snov was a boon to both. It Is believed that this Will be the earliest spring In years, and the local pastures will probaDly open for stock by April 1, just one month earlier than last year. H CM BOl.DT The Falls City Tribune Is defendant in a damage suit Hied this week In district court wherein Iawreiicv Sberbin uaks )1,0I0 on account of an article which the paper recently published with regard to his arrest on a charge of fighting and the subsequent trial in police court. MADISON No trains were running between here and Norfolk yesterday owing to a washout on the Elkhorn river north of hero, which made the bridge across that stream Impassable. A wreck ing train and force of men came up from Columbus last night and traffic on the road was resumed today. 11 UMBOLDT Williams, the stranger who was arrested In this city last week charged with swindling a number of citizens of southeastern Nebraska on a fake library scheme, was given his first sentence to thirty clays In the county jail by the Judge in Nemaha county. The other counties will look after him when Nemaha gets through. GENEVA Attorney John Barsby has a force at work on a new resi dence which he and Mrs. Barsby will oc cupy. Sid Donlsthorpe expects to soon have a new house In course of construction, as will also his son, Lester. Many new houses are going up in town, Russell Lyman's among others. WEST POINT Rev. F. gchnucttgen, a former clergyman of this city, now of Howell, and Anton Hogeman, a firmer of Lincoln township, will start on April 1 for a tour of Europe. They will be accompanied by Miss Schneuttgen, a sister of Father Schnuettgen, and Miss Fransiska Renner of West Point. The party expect to visit Rome before their re turn. They will be absent during the en tire summer. For Cold on the Lungs, nnd to prevent Pneumonia, take Piso's Cure. All druggists. HYMENEAL Merit he w-Snunderaon. FREEPORT, 111., March 27. Miss Laura Saunderson, recently of Omaha and be longing to a prominent family here, was married to W. H. Mcrithew. a prominent islness man of Denver. The wedding took ace at the home of the bride's mother WDUAN IN CLUB AND CHARITY An effort is being made by some of ti'e prominent club women slid other women rf the state to secure a new trial for Mrs. Lena Llllle, convicted of the murder of her husband St David City last jesr. The opinion Is prevalent among the women that whether Innocent cr guilty. Mr.. Millie did not have a Talr trial. Expert legal advice has been solicited, privately, by a number of influential women and they are advised that the facts warrant their agitation for a new trial. Tho matter has already been brought up In a number o clubs In the state and the Omnha Woman's club will probably take some action, as the matter Is being agitated by a number of prominent local cbib women. The club women of Milwaukee are unde cided between what seems two necessities. For the past six years they have main tained a vacation school In the crowded Quarter of the city at an annual expense of 1.2oO, nnd the itred of tho school Is as great this year as ever. However, their club house has reached a condition where renovation Is Imjieratlve, but If they have this work done they will be unable to con duct their vacation school for want of funds. They have laid the matter before the Board of Education, but the members are not enthusiastic about assuming the responsibility of the school. The club women of Des Moines have united In a crusade against the dance halls of that city. For a long time they have agitated ngalnst the evils and abuses that grow out of these places and that afford such dangerous attractions to young girls and women, especially those of the serving clas nd girls who are slrangers In the city. Recently a young Swedish girl was assaulted by a man because she refused to allow him to take her home from one of these places, and the women have de cided to begin a practical opposition by Joining In the prosecution of the man, hop ing thereby to arouse public attention to the existing evils. The pure food committee of the General Federation of Women's Clubs has under taken to extend the Interest In pure food through the formation of a Pure Food league, In which tho men members of the family are eligible to membership. The dues are 25 cents a year and the object Is to extend the demand for pure food through agitation, education and legislation. Miss Alice Lakey of Cranford. N. J., a member of the General Federation committee, will supply any Information upon application. If the other district federations of the state could but come together occasionally as the women of the First district did last week at Foils City the Nebraska Federa tion could become even a better organiza tion. To be sure, the First district has advantages that many of the others lack; It Is the strongest club district and Its clubs are nearer together, making possible many things that would be out of the ques tion among the widely scattered clubs and towns of the western part. Sttll one can't help wishing that It might be so. The dis trict meetings have been very successful wherever held In Nebrask and. though It Is growing late In the club year, there will probably be. at least one other meeting be fore the general spring adjournment. How about a district meeting In the Second district? here. AFFAIRS OF FRAUDULENT FIRMS Philadelphia la Interested In Litiga tion Growing Ont of Two Qoe. tlonable Deals. PHILADELPHIA, March 27.-Counsel for claimants against the Provident Invest ment bureau, for which a receiver was ap pointed last week, today went to Scranton to file with the United States district court there a copy of the petition In bank ruptcy. It is also his intention to ask for an injunction restraining the agents of W. H. Latimer, who was manager of the com pany, from disposing of any of Latimer's property located at Danville, Pa. There were no other developments of im portance in the case of the defunct Storey Cotton company. Stanley Francis, one of the promoters, who is under arrest, charged with using the mails for fraudulent pur poses, has been unable to find security for his $50,000 bail bond. It has been learned that Sophia Beck, who was believed to have sailed for Europe with $1,000,000 worth of "the Storey Cotton company's securities. Is still In this country. She Is said to have been seen in New York yesterday with Frank Marrin, one of the backers of the Storey Cotton company. Detectives and secret service operatives are watching all of the piers In New York to prevent either or both from leaving the country. Expert Sewing; Mcblne Repairs Also sewing machine oil of absolute' pur ity, and the best needles and parts for all machines at Singer stores. Look for the red S. 1514 Douglas street, Omaha; 4:8 North 24th street, South Omaha, Neb. Lnt'k of Insane Man's Wife. BLOOMINGTON, 111., March 27. Five months ago Richard Cox. for years a re spected realdent of Fairvlew, near Gales burg, wa arrested on the charge of boot legging on a small scale and taken to Peoria, where he tried to commit suicide In prison, but failed. He was adjudged In sane snd taken to ihe government asylum at Washington. His wife was recently In formed that she had fallen heir to jpo.oiio from the estate of the late Abraham Brokaw. millionaire of this city. She at once took steps to have her husband re moved from Washington to the Jackson ville asylum. It is likely that tho change will be soon mnde, as Cox Is said to be rapidlv Improving and may be able to en joy tho estate of his wife. Robberies at Nebraska City, NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., March 27.-(Spe-clal.) Sneak thlevea stole a trunk from the Missouri Pacific passenger station Sat urday night and carried It to a box car, where the trunk was broken open and the contents scattered In the car. The police were notified and while searching through the railroad yards for the trunk found three box cars that had been broken Into and from one car a number of pairs of patent leathor shoes had been stolen. It Is not known at this time how much mer chandise was taken. Two tramps were ar rested on suspicion. One of them gave the name of William Strauss, lie was carry ing a number of revolvers, daggers and razors. He was fined $10 In police court this morning for carrying concealed weap ons. The police believe Strauss Is a dan gerous character and are working on the case with the expectation of filing a more serious charge against him when he has completed serving out his fine. Sheriff Pursues Elopers. BUTTE. Neb., March 27. (Special Tele gram) Joe Sklllnsk. a school teacher, eloped with Fanny Richardson, the 15-year-old daughter of Thomas Richardson of Grand Rapids, last night. The sheriff Is In pursuit. Severe Elertrli-al Stonu. BROKEN HOW, Neb.. March 27. (Special Telegram ) A severe electrical storm of about an hour's duration passed overbite town this afternoon. Very little rain fell. As near as can be ascertained no damage vii done. Better Mall Facilities. OSCEOLA. Neb., March ?7. Special.) The yieuuoua effuru that have ben put Sixty years of experience with Ayer's Sarsa parilla! Think of that! Think of the millions of people who have been cured by this medicine! If despondent, down-hearted, discouraged, and ilmost ready to give up, this splendid old family medicine will prove the silver lining to your dark and dismal cloud. Ask your doctor. bf tka I. . r O.., Uvtll, MtM, AIM BUutMturMI Sf ITER'S Hint TIOOR-ror ths hair. ATBB'B PUIS-For eeattlpatloa. ATsfcVa GIMIT PSCTORafc-Foi oaffcl. at bit ACUB CUK-Voi BiaUna aad SfmS. Dr. Osiers Theory Wrong! Age of Man 150 Years. Dr. Lyman Bcecher Spcrry Says Good Health mid Activity for Century and Half Are Possible. There Are Over 4.003 Men and Women In the United 5tates Over 100 Year Old. Who Have Retained Their Faculties, Vjror and U.fuln:ss by Using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as Their Only Medicine. v STEPHEN JOYCE OF WACO, TEXAS, WHO BY THE RECORDS IS 149 YEARS OLD, SAYS: "I find that with advancing year a stimulant such a Paul recommended te Timothy prevents the infirmities of old age. My Only Medicine Is Duffy'i Pure Malt Whiskey." The nts'tlitiK statement made by Pr. William Osier In a recent address delivered In Maltimore, in which he advanced the nhurb theory th.it men i-enso to be st their best after the nffo of ). nnd that their usrf ullnrss had entirely departed nt t)0, hss called down more adverse criticism Uian Mny proposition ever formulated by the med ical profession. Had IT. Osier taken the trouble to probe a Utile deeper before making his rssh statement he would have discovered thnt during' the past fifty years nearly 4.K hale and hearty old men and women have reached and passed the century mark, and In nearly every Instance their vigorous health and continued usefulness In old ae are due to the 'regular me of Duffy's l'ure Malt Whiskey. During the same period the unequalled record has been made of oxer 4,H0,oiin cures throughout the world wherein the m st prominent doctors of every school hac prescribed Duffy's Fur. Malt Whiskey as Ihe greatest tonic stimulant known to medicine. In proof of this statement there are given herewith a few extracts picked at random from many thousands of testimonials from doctors, ministers of the t?opel snd old men nnd women who have been kept halo and hearty by the use of luffy'a l'ure Malt Whiskey: John nn Arnold, Reading. Pa., 1V? years old "Duffy's l'ure Malt Whiskey is a god send to the aged." Rev. M. N Houghton, I). D. Bradford. Fa., "1 want to go on record as saying that I regard Duffy's l'ure Malt Whiskey us one of the greatest gifts that God has made to. man." Frances Burton, Buffalo, . N. Y., 114 yesrs old: "I wait on myself snd with the continued use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey believe that 1 am good for 3a years more." Major General Alexander Hamilton, Tar rytown, N. V.: I can never forget what your grand medicine has dorfe for me." Dr. M 11. Bowne. Kingston. N. J.: "I have successfully prescribed Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for more than years, and my patients never fail to respond favorably." Mrs. Louisa Cox, Harrington. Me., let years old: "By the aid of Duffy s Pur. Malt Whiskey. I keep In excellent health and am enabled to attend to all ray do mestle duties." Hiram t'ronk, Ava, N. V.. 10! yean, old: "By the aid of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskej 1 can bravo the severest weather and take extended tramps." Mrs. V. M. Hubert. vf.a Grange, III., loo venrs old: "It Is a wonderful tonlo stimulant and by Its use I keep healthy, nnd can see to thread a needle." Mrs. William Pratt. Chelsea, Mass., ! venrs old: "It Is a grand medicine anil has sustained and comforted me utter all else failed." Mrs. I.ydia Couch 115 years old : "Thankt to Duffy's my appetite and digestion keep good. 1 sleep well and my hvultth Is excellent." CAPTION When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Cnscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to sell vou cheap imitations and malt whiskey substitutes, which are put on the market for profit onlv. and which, far from relieving the sick, are positively harmful. JJemand "Duffy's" and lie sure you get It. It Is the only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey, and Is sold by every reliable druggist snd grocer In the coun try, or direct In sealed bottles only. Look for the trnde-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork Is unbroken. Price $1 per bottle. it wmi Rin j in the new. Ring in the true. i'lK! ..rMa j& lata 89 ymr oU and never ased any remedy equal to Ur. Bell's Pine-Tar-Boney. It gives quick aad permanent relief In grip as well as oooghs and eolds. It makes weak lungs strong. Mas. U.A. Mktcal, i'sclocati, Kj. DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hoiiey Tha new and the tnig, is mtare's most natural remedy, improved by science to a pleasant, per maneat, peiltive core for coughs, ookia and all inflamed surface of the Longs and Bronchial Tuls. The sore, weary, cough-worn I,u ra exbilirated; the microbe-bearing mucus is Cut oat) the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. (rw4,tl,SMMlMmslisris(lvMMastSMlBKifss1 Tb. stftuaeett evidence of toe nertts of a psaprlslary BsalriBltbeoplnloaof Mmoonsamer. HereUtbereoonM OvarTweMIIHae SSthihm. tverTent Minits Bottksli lU Over Pear M(lllMalrs Is l4. ThlserlrlenoesUieorlnloat of tee eootamar retarding the merits of is. Bell'. rtne-Tsr-IIOBey, bestoongb medlotneoo to marnai. US look For the Bell on the Bola.- 25 cents. SOeenta and SI.OO Bottles. hy B. E. SUT0BBIAND MEDICINE CO Patscak, Kjt The difference between success and failure In busines life Isue In nine out of ten nisuB to lack of physical manhood. Your growth, your 9iaalth, your strength, your sbilltv, vour Intellectual or business capacity; your 'skill as a workman in the usual business pursuits If life, your popularity with other human beings, of either sex. Is all shaken and your future career blighted If your sex ual power Is depleted. You can't bo half a man sexually, and a whole mnn otherwise. A chain Is no stronger than Its weakest link. I'pon possessing the essential elenionts of manhood depends chiefly the happiness .of marital life, your success In the commercial world and the perpetuity of our race. Th'i loss of sexual power will bo found a sure and certain . condition In almost every ease of business failure and poor success In life, hence the value to a man of regaining his health, Intellectual power and vigorous manhood cannot be measured In dollars and cents. It la a power and a privilege that should endure with man as long ss life itself, and whenever it is Impaired or suspended through Ignorance, excesses. Indiscretions or dissipations, nature will assert Itself and every other bodily and mental function wilt. If you have violated nature's law vou must pay the penalty unless you are again restored to what nature intended you a strong, robust, healthy man physically, men tally and sexually. We Care Quickly. Safely and Thoroogrhly t Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility, ' . Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, .; Kidney and Urinary Diseases ' . t and all diseases and weaknesjws of men. due to Inheritance, evil habits, tx cesse., self-abuse, or the result of specific or private diseases. PflHOII TlTlflH fRCC It vou cannot call, write for symptom blank liUndULI AIIUH rnCL office jjuurs 8a. m. to s p. m. Sundays, lu to 1 only. STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 1308 Farnam St.. Bet. 13th and 14th Sta.. Omaha. Nab. SOMETHING l3EW- TO WHOM IT MAY COXCKRN: We, the undersigned Ann, sj;ree to deliver for $.r0 one ton of our famous CARNEY U'MP COAL,' mined In the great State of Wyoming, which Is absolutely free from smoke and soot, burns like oak wood, and is a splendid substitute for . hard coal for furnace use. Kerueiuber, we guarantee this coal In every resixN t Try one ton, and If not eatlsfactory, we agree to remove aame and refund you jour money. Very respectfully, UNION FUEL CO. Talkers 268319. Farnam St. I