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8 THE OMAHA DAILY OBEE : FRIDAY , MAY 2(5 ( , 1893 ;
STATE INDUSTRIES ON SHOW
'Increasing Interest Evidenced in Nebraska
COTTON LOOM FROM KEARNEY AHUMMING
VPlittt Strike * the Kroanil Holds the Atten
tion of the Vltllnr Much Machinery In
itotlon-'I > eRclKxlillillSchooJ
The manufacturers of Nebraska have ex
pended many thousand dollars In their
clTortto mixko nn exposition creditable to
the state , and they are feeling not a little
elated at their success. To bo sure , there
have been some drawbacks. The weather
on the opening night was about the moat un
favorable that Captain Hunt could have de
vised , and It has not been nny too good since
that time , but despite that fact the attend
ance has been steadily Increasing each after
noon and evening.
'i ho exhibits nro all complete and the big
show U now at Its best. People who have
not visited the Coliseum building ran have
no idea of the extent of the exhibit or of
the expense and pains undergone to make It
Machinery In Operation.
Tlio feature which strikes the visitor most
forcibly Is the amount of machinery In opera
tion. Thcro is the cotton loom from the Kear
ney cotton mill , ono ot the neatest and most
perfect machines imaginable , which gives
the visitor a practical illustration ot how
cotton cloth or muslin Is manufactured.
Very few people In the west , where cotton
mills nro a raroty , have over seen a cotton
loom In operation and it is worth a visit to
the exposition to sco that ono feature alone.
Then there Is the great overall and shirt
factory , where over thirty machines are
being operated. Commencing at the head of
the line the goods , laid out In many thick-
ncsr.es , are cut into the desired shape by a
band knlfo running at a high rate of speed.
The goods are then passed along the line ,
gradually assuming the shape of a garment.
At the end of the line ono machine cuts and
works tbo button holes and the last machine
BC\VS on the buttons.
The next exhibit in which machinery w
used is that of the pearl button factory. The
method of making pearl buttons has been de
fcs scribed several times in these columns , but no
description can be equal to seeing the work
In actual progress. The shells from which
the buttons nro made are on exhibit , to
gether with a magnificent display of but-
The mattress factory exhibit never falls
to attract n largo crowd. They have a ma
chine manufacturing woven wire bed springs ,
nnd a force of men nt work lllllng , sowing
nnd finishing mattresses. The exhibit Is a
complete mattress factory.
Tlio J'ottor uiul Ills Wheel.
Just across the alslo is an exhibit of the
Lincoln Pottery company that Is worth
going a good many miles to sco. There nro
samples of all the various kinds and styles of
Jars , Jugs and vases manufactured by the
company , but the chlof attraction is the pot
ter's whcol , which every ono has heard of ,
but few have over seen. The operator picks
up a round lump of wet clay , places it in the
wheel , and after a few minutes manipulat
ing completes a jar or Jug.
Many people have an Idea that bars or
cakes ot soap nro run m molds , but they
will learn differently if they visit the expo
sition. They will sco the rough bars , lust
ns they are cut out , placed In a machlno
that stamps and presses thorn in shape and
then they can learn of the method used in
tlio factory in wrapping nnd boxing.
The packing box factory has : v machine In
operation that nails the different parts ot a
box together , doing away entirely with the
familiar thumb null-destroying hammer.
N The Iron works have a lathe In operation
that turns out a bur of iron as easily ns a
wood lathe rounds a pine stick. The iron
shavings fall to the floor in the form of
The pupils of the Deaf and Dumb Insti
tute show their methods of working in
wood , besides having many very attractive
articles already finished.
The planing m-ill is a largo exhibit worth
spending u good deal of time with. Beaid cs
having many examples ot their work they
have a lathe and other machines in operation
that are very instructive to the visitor.
"l > eitil Kxlillilts" to lie Seen.
The shirt factory , where garments are
turned out to order , is a most creditable dis
play nnd Interesting. This is a branch of
business which can bo made of great value
to the city , if business men will take a little
iutercst In it.
This brief review of the leading exhibits
In which the actual work ot manufacture is
being carried on will give some Idea of the
extent to which machinery has been brought
Into uso. This , ho over , is far from being
nil that the visitor may seo. There is no
end of "dead exhibits , " as the manufac
turers pall these is which the actual work of
manufacture is not being carried on. Vis
itors siiould not go by them without a care
ful examination , and two hours will bo none
too much time to devote to the "dead ex
hibits" alono. It has been remarked that
Omaha people are not close observers , but
nro very apt to rush by the very thing that
, would most interest them and never see it.
The children of the Kcllom and Webster
Btrcot schools attended tlio exposition yes
terday. Secretary Holmes said that In lookIng -
Ing at the crowd ho should Judge there wcro
1,000 children , but from the nolso they made
ho would put the number at ! i,000. , Today
the children from the Central , Lake , Mason ,
Lcavenworth , Pacific , Walnut Hill and High
schools will have their Inning.
Bulijects DIscumcMl llefore Thalr Conven
tion nt Chicago Ycstortliiy.
CHICAGO , 111. , May 25. The question of
reducing the slzo of the Sunday paper , or of
still furtlior increasing it , was the chief
topic discussed today by the American Pub
lishers association. No definite conclusion
was reached. Tonight the publishers were
given n reception nt the Press club. A
number of tbo Oriental and European
features of the Midway plalsanco wcro
turned loose for the bcnollt of the visitors.
In the press congress today papers wore
read by Ella W. Pcattlo , Ida Harper , Lillian
Whiting , Mary P. Nimmo , Bcllo Grant Arm-
strong. Ellen A. Counter , Esther Polo nnd
Anna Koruny. Mine. Kcruny is an Arabian ,
brown skinned and dark-eyed , She was clad
in the costume of her country.
Tonight the addresses wcro from Joseph
Howard , looses P. Handy , TheodoreStanton ,
Big. V. ScRKlo of California and Mrs. J. T.
Opinion ofn Chlnosu Citizen on the Opera
tion of the Geary J.nw.
Ah Sny , ono of the best known Chinese
contractors in the west and who 1ms been
connected with the Union Pacitio for twenty
years In ono capacity or another , was in
Omaha ycsturday. Ah Say has charge of
r the Chinese minors at Hock Springs ,
nnd speaking of the Chinese oxclu-
lion act ho said that all the Chi-
ncso in his employ had complied
with the registration law , and therefore felt
very easy as to whatever course the govern ,
mcnt might take la the matter.
Ah Say , who has been a citizen for a num
ber of ycais , thinks the law has worked a
hardship upon many deserving Chinese who
failed to comprehend the exact terms of the
act. Ho thought thu government could af
ford to bo lenient with those who had not
Ignod and grant them another clianco to
et thcmsolvca right in the eyes of the law ,
DUtrlct Court fur it Day.
The Jury In the ease of the state vs John
Diiigman returned a verdict declaring the
Sefcndant guilty us charged. It was an ap
pealed case from police court , the charge
being disturbing the peace by lighting.
The case of the state vs Tuttle Is now on
trial. Tills Is another of the appealed cases.
Max ItatcllfTo , n witness who wussubpm.
mud In the rase , failed to respond In person
to tho. Giimiuons and a capias was issued.
When taKOit before Judga Koysor ho could
not glvo a satisfactory reason /or his neglect
tp complv with tbo order of the court , and
was ilueil f 5 and costs. He did not have the
eeccssary money with which to pay the linocut
cut to jail to tervo it out.
HATDEN'S , SIMC.S , miF.SS GOODS ,
TITO Ills : Forced Sftlo
These dress poods nro coming In.
Wo didn't offer them nny prlcoor
these goods. Wo simply took them np
at their price. They said they needed
money. They must hnvo nccccd It bad ,
real bad ; for wo never were made such
an offer on brand now goods.
Don't wait for us to make any lower
prices ; wo won't do It.
All of those at the uniform price of
10 CENTS A YARD.
CO pieces -10-inch chevrons.
20 pieces 42-Inch nuns veiling.
23 pieces 39-Inch English palmetto
7fi pieces -10-Inch Scotch kersey.
40 pieces . ' 18-Inch English cashmere.
10 pieces 118-inch Hertford cord. All
now and desirable shades.
15 pieces 30-inch Uo Baiges.
Now many of thes goods are all wool
and worth 7fie a yard.
Remember lOc a vard for choice.
Our silk counter has been crowded.
You never will pot good now fabrics
at I such prices again , at least It doesn't
Bcent i as though you ever could.
2T ) pieces colored satins worth 40e per
yard , only llc. )
25 pieces India silk , solid colors , wortli
35c yard , only 18c.
20 pieces 22-inoh , plain colors , genuine
pun junta , worth Oo'eynrd , . ' 19c tomorrow.
20 places 22-inch fine Ilnbutnl wash
silks , in solid colors , worth 75c , now only
GO pieces 24-Inch solid colors hand-
woven washable ' Habutal silks , worth 83c ,
for ( We.
300 pieces fancy India slllts , 4-tor.o
printings , 22 inches wide ; beautiful de
signs ; quality never sold for less than
C3c , 31)c ) a yard.
300 pieces 22 , 24 nnd 27 inch widths in
printed Jap and china silks. The rain
bow tints of spring's prettiest flowers
have been brought into service in these
silks and for quality you can find no
where in this city silks at $1.00 that will
auuroaoh them. 0'c a yard.
COO pieces of K-innh printed chinas ,
30-Ineh plain colored chinas , 24-inch
black gros grains , failles , Rhadzimers
Armures , 21-inch plain colored Failles
and Rhndzimcrs. These goods are all
worth when bought in the regular way
$1.50 , OSc.IIAYDEN
Seethe celebrated Sohraor piano nt
Ford & ChurltonMusic Co. , 1503 Dodgo.
It CosU Moro
to stay homo , than to take advantage of
the Burlington $10 excursion to Sheri
dan , Wyo. , Tuesday , May 30.
Ask the city ticket agent at 1324 Far-
nam street for further particulars.
Drexel Hotel , IGth & Webster , 1 blk from
Mo.Pac. & Elk. depot. Nat. Brown , , prop.
"The Madison , " ( family hotel ) , 21st
and Chicago. Transients $2.00 per day.
A snap for some hotel man. See J. W.
Squire's adv. in "Business Chances. "
810 Excursion to Sheridan , Wyo. 810.
Tuesday , May 30 , the Burlington Route
will sell excursion tickets to Sheridan ,
Wyo. ( good to return until Juno 5) ) , at
the very low rate of 310.00 for the round
trip. Tickets will bo accepted for pas
sage on train No. 5 , leaving Omaha at
10:15 : a. in. , May 30 , and arriving at Sher
idan at 3:30 : p. m. , Muy 31.
Through bleeping car , Omaha toSher-
Returning , special train leaves Sher
idan Friday evening1 , Juno 2 , reaches
Omaha Saturday evening , Juno 3. Tick
ets will bo honored on this train and
also on regular returning trains.
This is an unoqnaleo , opportunity of
visiting the coming metropolis of the
Newer Northwest , and you will do well
to avail yourself of it. The city ticket
acout , at 1324 Farnam street , will gladly
give you full information.
They 1'ctltlon for un Darly Opening of the
ARKANSAS CmKan. . , May 25. A largely
attended meeting of the Cherokee strip
homcseckcrs was held on the line this after
noon to take some steps toward , if possible ,
securing an early opening of the Outlet to
settlement. Resolutions looking to this end
were adopted and earnestly implore Presi
dent Cleveland , with the assistance of Secretary -
rotary of the Interior Smith , to
take Immediate steps to open the
land to ( settlement by the first
day of July , so that thousands of prospective
settlers along the line can have at least ono
month to break sod , nnd thereby enable
them to get in a crop of fall wheat which
would add greatly to their wants and com
fort In the coming year , and that they may
bo able to save the bountiful crop of hay now
growing to feed their stock through the
winter. The resolution requests the presi
dent to issue a proclamation requiring nil
cattle to bo removed from the Cherokee
strip , and that cattlemen bo prohibited
from driving herds of Texas cattle across
the strip , thereby infecting the country with
"Bo It further resolved , " conclude the
resolutions , "that In the interest of the
poverty-stricken settlers along the border of
the strip that a committee bo appointed to
correspond with the different boards of
trndo in the west and ask their co-operation
with us in securing the opening of the strip
by July I.1
From Police lllotten.
Charles U. Sherman of 8541 'North
Twenty-seventh street , is mourning the loss
of a largo gray can-logo horse , which ho
values at ' 00. Ho picketed the animal out
Wednesday night in the lot adjoining his
back yard , nnd It turned up missing next
morning , along with the lariat and picket
pin , Mr. Sherman thinks the horse 1ms
Charles Mack was fined 3 and costs yes
terday for "thumping" a small boy named
Fred Gillian , who was reprimanded by
Judge Horka for calling Mack bad names ,
the causa of the trouble.
Julius Maxonburg nnd James Cornelius
wcro arrested by Olllcer Druunuy yesterday
on a charge of obstructing the streets , They
are proprietors of a fruit and candy wagon ,
which they backed up on the northeast
corner of Sixteenth and Farnutn streets in
defiance of the ordinances. This arrest in
augurates a merry war on the nawkers and
peddlers who do not strictly follow the law
as set down in the ordinances.
Samuel Gross , a boy about 14 years of age ,
is charged with brutally beating n smaller
boy named Willie Kschlo. Ills case was con
tinued until May ill.
L. ICopold , proprietor of the European
hotel on the corner of Tenth and Harnoy
streets , arrested at the Instance of Bernard
IColly , a former boarder , ho charged as
sault and battery and larceny , got an honor
able discharge from Judge Bcrtta yesterday ,
Mr , Kelly failing to appear.
FALCONER'S SIX DAY SALE
Drawing to a OIoso the Most Gigantic Bar
gain Sale Ever Hold ,
TODAY WILL BE THE 5TH
Anil Ncit to the Latt Dny of Oar Grout
0-Iny Snle , tlio Truly Wonderful Valuei
Shown llnre lirouglit Jinturnl R -
itilti , n Crowd Kvcry Dny.
COMPETITION IS PARALYZED.
Today wo sell Indies' house wrap
pers , nml nowhere In the wide world will
you bo nblo to buy house wrappers ivt
the prices wo will quote on thorn for to
WRAPPERS AT $1.00.
Senses of now wrappers inndo of the
best Simpson prints , sold today at $1.50
and $1.75 , today they all go at $1.00
WRAPPERS , Sl.GO.
Best percale wrappers , made In the
very newest style , sold by us and all retailers
tailors regularly at $2.50 each , in ono
great sale todny at $1.50. '
WRAPPERS AT $1.50.
All our Bongnlino cord wrappers that
pold at $3.00 , a most durable wrapper
that cannot bo sold only on such an ex
traordinary occasion as this at less than
$3.00 ; $1.50 is the price today.
WRAPPERS AT $1.50.
All our $3.75 sateen wrappers nt
$1.50. You cnnnot afford the ttmo
to make up wrappers when you
can buy them nt these prices. You can
not even buy the materials for them at
SUITS AT $1.50.
2-pieco wash suits manufactured to
sell retail at $2.50 , today they goat
SILK WRAPPERS AT $7.50.
24 ladies' china silk wrappers $10.00 ,
$12.50 anil $15.00 wrappers in black ,
light blue and cardinal , trim
med with a line quality of lace ,
today $7.50 each. Bargains in
our silk dress goods , gloves , hosiery ,
underwear , corsets and laces are still
BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY.
Saturday wo place on sale a largo
buying of all silk ribbons , now and de
sirable shades , clean qualities from the
very Lest makers ; lOc and 12c } ribbon
will be 3Jc per yard ; 15c and 17 jc ribbons
bens 5jc. All the other numbers pro
portionately low. This is the choicest
values in ribbons wo have yet secured.
"Wo also soil infants' long cloaks and
ladies' mackintoshes. Also a largo line
of plush balls , silk tassels and fringe
ornaments. These ornaments nro used
for fancy drapes , tidies , lambrequins ,
fancy work of almost all descriptions.
The prices regularly run from 15o to
$1.00 per dozen. Wo will sell them at
6c , lOc , 25c and ; ioc per dozen. The as
sortment of colors is complete.
Miss Alcutt , representative of Her
Majesty's corset , will only be with us
tomorrow , and all those desiring n per
fect fitting corset will do well to call and
talk with nor on the subject.
N. B. FALCONER.
WORK FOB BOYS AND GIRLS.
Annunl Convention of the Nebraska Asso
ciation to llo Held Next Week.
The third annual convention of the Ne
braska division of the Boys and Girls Na
tional Homo and Employment association
will convene In Omaha Friday morning , Juno
2 , at 10 o'clock , for reviewing the work of
the association for the past year. The local
associations formed In the principal cities of
the state will send nt least ono delecate.
The invitation is also extended to school
boards and benevolent orders to send a rep
resentative. The work of the association is
wholly in the interests of youth and for the
consideration oi the best methods for reach
ing the dependent , truant , tramping and
criminal classes of .youth and how best to
deal with them , and to lessen their numbers
and for discussion of plans most effective
for their social , moral and religious train
ing. It is the dcsiro of the board that corporate
porato bodies in cities and towns , boards o
trade , etc. , send a delegate. .
Subjoined are a few of the questions
that will come up for discussion at the con
What Is the effect of the association of
boys and girls with old and hardened crim
inals in prison ?
What is the best plan to provide against
boys becoming tramps ?
Should boys bo Imprisoned or given a few
days in which to leave town for larceny ,
tramping or potty offenses ?
Should county ouleials in the various
counties of the state keep employed an agent
to secure employment and homes for the un
employed youth of their county , and for
procuring homes for orphans and children in
orphan homes ?
What plans are best adapted to prevent
boys entering gambling houses and other
places of ill repute , and should not city
authorities enact laws compelling the pro
prietors of pool rooms , etc. , to post notices
forbidding the entrance of youth therein ?
Should boys and girls when able-bodied bo
supplied with clothing and food gratuitously
without first giving them an opportunity to
earn those articles ?
Should congress bo memorialized to pro
vide national dependent manual labor
chools for the army of tramping boys in the
United States ?
Should ttioro not bo in each city a woman's
branch of our association which could makon
specialty of conferring with ttio parents of
girls who are sometimes equally as bad from
neglect and other causes as the boys wo
have been referring toj
Plans most practical for assisting widows
and families of mechanics for securing em
ployment for their children , boys or girls.
In view of increasing crimes among minors
by enforced idleness should not each state
have open in each county an Intelligence
oftleo under the care of a county superin
tendent , charirud with securing homes and
employment for the same. It is the preva
lent idea with those who are best advised
on this stibJL-ctthatif the plans contemplated
by the association are carried out in good
faith the criminal classes of the state of
Nebraska will bo lessened fully one-half dur
ing the next live years.
The Omaha branch of the association has
issued the following call In connection with
the convention :
OMAHA , Nob. , May 21. Each church in
Omaha is requested to send three delegates
to the convention of the Boys' and Girls'
association to. meet June 2 , 10 a. m. at the
Young Men's Christian association building.
This convention will bo of great importance
not only to Omaha but to the entire stato.
All who have interest in the work for homeless -
less and neglected children are iiivltod to
CADET TAYLOR ,
President Omaha Boys and Girls Homo
and Employment association.
A. W , Ci.Aiuc , Superintendent.
COLOXKL A. HOGULAND ,
President National Association.
The only Pure Creatu ofTartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
SANTA FB'MAKEB ITS OUT.
Omklm IlondMTTBl See t > Cat to 817.SO
nnW Ifoy Do Ilettvr.
The long promised reduction In Sftnta Fo
passenger rntwvrill bo Inaugurated Monday
morning , Knnsna City on thl * occasion bene
fiting by the reduction , although the Burlington -
lington and Hock Island will undoubtedly bo
found'In the procession from Omaha shortly
nftcr the ratenons Into effect.
After a wcctabf thrashing old straw Traffic
Manager WlritCi of the Santa Fo lias
authorized a xnto ot 117.60 , nnd this will
inaugurate tha. largest sort of n sort of n
row among the roads centering In Kansas
Whether the'samo rate will bo made by
the Iowa roads Is a question , but it Is
thought the Burlington will make the
same rate , which menus tlio saving ot sleep
ing car faro at least. With this rate in It
will not bo very hard to reduce it still lower.
The Union 1'uclflo will advance Its
rates from Colorado common points on the
same day to the llgurcs nuotc.l above , W'.fiO.
This rate will probably bo made by all the
roads Interested In Colorado business.
Drake O'llcllly , ono ot the best boys that
ever went out ot Omaha , chlof clerk In the
ofllco ot the general western freight agent
of the Union Pacific at Portland Is visiting
GcorgoT. Nicholson has boon appointed
general passenger and ticket agent of the
Colorado Midland , with headquarters at
H. C. Storrs , assistant superintendent of
the west Iowa division of the Burlington ,
with headquarters at Crcston , Is in Omaha.
King Morchouso , general freight agent of
the Elkhorn , went to Chicago last night.
S. II. II. Clark , president of the Union Pa-
clllo arrived in St. Louis yesterday morning
and will probably return to Omaha the
flrst of next week. The St. Louis lie-
public is responsible for the statement that
Mr. Clark will remove his family and house
hold goods to Omaha this summer. It Is
possible that W. B. Uoddrldgc , the now gen
eral manager of the Missouri Pacillc , will ac
company Mr. Clark to Omaha.
South Omaha Men Incorporntn Their Own
Holllnc Stock Comimny.
Articles of Incorporation of the American
Rolling Stock company have been fllcd in
the ofllco of the county clerk. The object
of the company is to acquire , own and main
tain railroad cars , and to loan rent , lease or
otherwise use the same for litre to any cor
poration , association , person or persons
whomsoever for carriage by railway of live
stocks , meats , meat products or any other
freight , and to acquire , own nnd soil such
real estate as may bo necessary In conduct
ing said business.
South Omaha is designated as the place of
business of the corporation , and the capital
stock is llxed at $500,000 , divided into shares
of $100 each , which is to bo fully paid in
when the certillcatcs are issued. Business
is to begin Juno 1. 1803 , and continue for
thirty years. The incorporators are
Michael Cudahy , II. L. Krcidor , W. M.
Kecnan. John Forbes and John S. Knox. It
is stated that the enterprise is entirely dis
tinct and apart from the Cudahy Packing
comuany , although that corporation Is
heavily interested in it.
The company will operate all kinds otcars ,
furnishing refrigerator cars to packing com
panies ami stock cars to live stock shippers.
It is further designed to obviate the trouble
that the packing company has experienced
by the railroads loading their empty cars
and sending them to a second destination be
fore they are returned to their starting
Is a tantalizing admonition to these who at
this sortson feel all tired out , weak , without
appetite and discouraged. But the way in
which Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the
tired frame and gives a good appetite , is
really wonderful. So wo say , "Tako Hood's
and it will brace you up. "
For a general family cathartic wo con-
fldently recommend Hood's Pills.
Sloopel I'lnco Lots.
Best investment olleroil you. Low
price ; cnsy payments , convenient local
ity. These lots ure selling. W. A. Web
ster , -102 Bee building- .
The spring remedy that is
better than r.ll others ia
Thousands have been cured
by it. Physicians use and rec
We hive ft >
Trv n bottle.
Jno. J. Ft oytft ? drugsrlst , 3014 NortlifJUh st
EAST INDIA BITTERS
Are NUVHIl Halt
IN BULK ,
ONLY IN BOTTLE3
'ook ' quickest
and best ,
[ 'hoy are a
tbo flavor /
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HAVE YOU EVER KNOWN
That the Original Koll Collar Is our
High la back ; loir In front. A desirable ar
ticle of appucl ( or the present season.
BRAHD 260 H BRMJDXOc.
WINNIPEG. n gt
uaHT v twHTi HMHBMBH ALOMERE.
Always in the lead In the Shirt Line Is the
MONAKCH. A Trustworthy QarrocDt and a
Fit.CIxUBTT , COOfi & CO ,
Will euro You , Is n true statement of the
action of AVER'S Sarsaparllla , when
taken for diseases originating in impure
blood ; but , while this assertion Is true of
AYEH'S Sarsaparllln , nil thousands can
attest , it cannot bo truthfully applied to
other preparations , which unprincipled
dealers will recommend , and try to Im
pose upon you , as "just as good as
Aycr's. " Take Ayor's Siusaparllla and
Ayor's only , If you need a blood-purifier
and would bo benefited permanently.
This medicine , for nearly fifty years ,
has enjoyed a reputation , and made a
record for cures , that hat never been
equaled by other pi cparatlons , AVER'S
Sarsaparllla eradicates the taint of he
reditary scrofula and other blood dis
eases from the system , and It has , deser
vedly , the confidence of the people.
"I cannot forbear to express my joy at
tbo relief I have obtained from the use
of AVER'S Sarsaparllla. I was afiltctcd
with kidney troubles for about six
mouths , suffering greatly with pains In
the small of my back. In addition to
this , my body wai covered with pimply
eruptions. The remedies prescribed
failed to help mo. I then began to take
AVER'S Sarsaparilla , and , in n short
time , the palus ceased and the plmplca
disappeared. I advise every young man
or woman , In cnso of sickness result
ing from impure blood , no matter how
long standing the caio may be , to take
AYEH'S Sarsaparllla. " II. Ij.Juruiauu
33 William st. , New York City.
Will Cure You
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co. , Ltmtll , Mais.
DR. F. T , . SHAKI.KS , Consulting Stirzoon ,
Grndmito ot Hush Moillo.il Oollojo. lUON-
bULTATlON l'Kit : . ) For the treatment or
Wo onro Catnrrb , All Diseases of tlio
None , Throat , Cliost , Stomach , Bowels
and Xiivor. .
Blood , Shin nnd Kidney Diseases.
Female Wonlmo.tes. lout Manhood
I'lI.HS , riSTUI.A , nssonu pormnnontly cured
without tlio ueo of n knife , llunturo or rauntlo.
All mulailluBOf n prlvnto or dollcato nature , or
ciuFon or nclilrcss , with stamp forClrculnrs , Trco
Itook ana Itcclpcs ,
Dr. ScarlEs & Searles ,
Ne xt iloortoPostonioo ,
5 ? Aud nil the trnln o
, DHUILITY.ETC. , that -
corapnn" thorn In men QUICKLY nnd I'HBMA-
NENTI.Y COIU5I ) . Full 8TIIKNUT1I and tone
KlTontoovorr pnrtoftuo body. I will Bond ao-
ctirulv packed ) KUBI8 to any sultorjr tbo proscrip
tion that cured uio of tumo iroubloa. Address , I *
A. UUAUL15V , 11ATTLE CHBEK. JllCU.
Sweet Wines ,
Port " AT
Blackberry Sherry 20c
Muscatel A QUARTer
Catawba. Per Gallon-
Wine and Liquor Co , ,
C ICiU Dot. Ilaydonltros
Oi lUin and Uoitou Utoro
HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY ,
AT POPULAR PRICES ,
313-315-317South 15ti Straat.
g Is none too good for the old fellows who composed
3 that "Grand Army" or men that went forth and put
g down the Rebellion and a whole lot of hard-tack ,
g ; with "Kentucky sauce. " Nothing too good for that
I Grand Army
S of men , says Uncle Sam , as he deals out pensions
g with a lavish hand to care for the widow and the
us orphan and the son-in-law , and , the rest of the
1 family , as no country on the face of the globe ever
g did before. And even if it don't suit some fellows
g-- who hired a substitute , it
Sp the old soldier and say when it comcslo suiting
an old soldier we're right in line ourselves offering
g today as a ' 'Decoration Day special 500 G. A. R.
g suits made of very fine all wool indigo blue flannel
g colors guaranteed absolutely fast at
a suit with either single or double breasted sack
coats with fine linings fine trimmings solid work
manship guaranteed to be as good a suit as you
can buy of any house on earth for a ten dollar note ;
or we'll sell you exactly as good a suit for
five dollars and seventy-five cents as any seven fifty
suit you can buy and G. A. R. buttons go free
with either suit ,
bG entirely in style the
ladies "wear silte belts no\v , with
handsome silver buckles We
jiave a fine assortment of both.
V11TEEMTII AND UOUULVJ , OUttll.
We pay close attention to these small details in
our workmanship that go to please our customers.
Hot Weather Suits.
from English Serges in all colors or light-weight
The Best of Trimmings
TROUSERS" TO SUITS
$5.00 to $ I2.0O. ORDER , $20 to $50.
TAILOR S. 15th.
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