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ill OMAHA DAILY JiKE: SAITHDAY, MAKCII 7. 1003.
WEIGHT AND FUEL EASIER
r03gir:iflii ia ?.rt; j Lifted and Trade
STEEL MILLS OBTAIN HA.NY ORDERS
I. n 'aye M voir Salea Are nasi II,
V. Mir Cotton la Demoralised ey
I nrrrtali.tr of Itw yin
la time as large as In the same month a
year ago. and for the seven months they
already aggregate over tons.
Kuslnes failures In the I n! ted mates for
the week ending Marrh t nmlf I I.
agsrt IKS last week, J"4 In the like week
of lisa. 17 In ol, m In 1(M and 1 In 1
Wheat. Including flour, enports for the
week ending Marr-h l sggreia'e 3 1
bushels, egamst Z.SnC.IT last week. 4 : M
in this week a year ago and 4.I3I.5.1 In l'l.
Wheat exports since July 1 agrregate 14.-ZM.ir-4
buxhel. agals.t lM.2i..'HJ last sea
son snd lAh.tiJS.4Mo Ir lf'l-
forn exports aggregate 1.17.. bushels,
sghliift last week. 3o-.4' a year it)
and ..". 1 . In IV 1. For the fiscal yer ex
pens are M.i'.T.JM bushels, axuins; 2J.471,3M
last season and l.T.7:.4W In IK 1.
WEEKLY BASK. (IKARIHS.
anaaaary of Boaloeaa Traasaeted kf
tl Aaaoeiated Ranks.
NEW TOJ1K, Mirrh The following
table, complied ! oiradMreet. shorn a the
bank clearings ai tor principal cities for
th! wek enld March n, with the per
cent ie of iner-.-ase at;d decrease as cam-
ADOPT FOIL STRIKE RULE
American Lcajue Migoatts Aocfpt Few
Eaa Ball Begulatioa
ONE DELEGATE FErUSES TO VOTE AT ALL
Ma ay Tlasee Ties are Rtpstiel, Till
Flaally Shlbe of miladelaikla
Abatalas ad Lets Ms.
tiea Go Tkrssik.
Wi ,- The - 1
S yy .'-: Grocer's
i mmMjMmM r Mm
NK'V TORK, Mnrch t-R. O. Ijn
Co. a Weekly ilpli-w of Trade tomorrow
Further lmprovcmTt In th movement of
freight ami furl niBk'i h- Rcnrral situa
tion mors fvomhi. niHmusli Flilipere ere
ourintantly rompiaJnlns; ami j-Ik iron fur-
inwi are not til' to run steadily. u
mrom labor struggles also lntTTuit mm
ufaoturlns;. yet rnnln and shojis are jru
duririg freely a a rule.
Jobtxrs and aholesulers are busy, grille
Kprlr retail trade haa opened well in many
linen, notahly wearing apparel. Permit
for building operation Know" large aalns
over last year a nirur-a. ptrtfir additional
itrenitUj to lumber and other material.
lrlces) of rommodltfee scarcely altered In
the aggT-Cnte during; Kebrtiary, Iun's In
dex number being- Hfl.O? on March 1,
against l.i a month previous. Foreign
u ado continue heavy.
Uteri Orders Coaac Kreely.
Conditions In the Iron anil steel indu'ry
need no other elu'ldHtlon thHn the plan
announced by the United State Fteel cor
poration. The luat week, haa brought out
a larsre quantity at new orders, an is cus
tomary at this season. A muni; the leading
featuraa wwo lltmral purchases of pipes,
tubes, sjrrlaultural implem-nts, structural
shapes and (railway equipment. A heavy
tonnage of steel rails was placed, partic
ularly for trolley lines. Quotations are
firmly be Id In all departments ef this In
dustry and In srveral lnmames the week
haa brnucbt hJaher level. Tin plates
were advanced 14 a ton. Millets, bars and
pig Iron are still In great demiLnd and fur.
ther Imports have been arrans-d. This
business would be stilt heavier, but for the
trenenh of forelpr markets.
Spinners are rawing eonsormflve In re
gam to accepting contracts calling for dis
tant deliveries of cotton gootis, owing to
extreme uncertainty as tn shut raw muter
lai will cost, fciven on present stocks there
Is an upward tendency In quotations,
while new business at first hands Is only
fair, there is much activity In jobbing;
Ui.es. Export trade is slow. Print cloths
are higher. Fine cotton fubrics for the
spring of 114 are opened, although only a
limited busings has been done.
Iseallngs are small in woolens and
worsteds, but mills are fully occupied. The
spring clothing trade Is sa'tsfactory, es
pecially In staple lines. New lines of fancy
worsted goods have not sold freely, and
opening prices are maintained with diffi
culty. A firmer tone is reported In the
dreaa goods division.
Footwear haa lost nothing In strength,
but somewhtt In activity, as buyers are
placing orders cautiously. A large volume
at contracts could be taken at old prices.
Failures of the week numbered 23 In the
U.ilted States, gainst 176 last year, and 16
in Canada, compared with 17 a year ago.
Eradatreet Haa Good Resort te Offer
of Xatloaal Boslaess.
NEW TORK. March 6. Bradstreefa to
morrow will say :
Business la ahead of last year and still
expanding. This Id Indicated by 'he gen
erally good reports receive- from eastern
and western trade centers, and la con
firmed by the largest February bank clear
ings on record and simply enormuua gross
railway earnings returns.
Boutbern trade and crop preparations are
dulled or retarded by heavy rains and rising
rivers, but it Is to be noted that deaplte
this Influence recelpta of cotton are heavier
than a year ago and had some Influence In
bringing about a reaction in cotton prices
this week. Special activity is noted by
jobbers In all lines of wearing apparel,
shoes, millinery and bats, and retail trade
In these lines is also expanding.
Active preparations for a heavy Se aeon's
building sre Indicated by a iarge demand
for lumber, light and heavy hardware,
paints and glass. There is also a stronger
tone to Iron and steel.
Finished products are In increased demand
as 4 as a result- of- lneftilry 'cruder' ntns
both tf domestic and foreign manufacture
are firmer In tone.
The strength In the raw product through
oat most of the week exercised an Influence
on cotton gooda. which reached the high
est prlcea tn years, further advances being
noted In bleached cottons, with a firmer
tendency In print cloths. The Jobbing trade
the country over appears to be enjoying an
exceptionally active business in dry goods.
'Wool Is dull and firm, the partial lifting of
the Agricultural department embsrro al
lowing freer deliveries of wool to manu
facturers In New England. Woolen goods
machinery Is actively employed, mills thai
have finished spring orders Immediately
taking up heavyweight work.
Iron and steel demand Is Improving and
prices are hardening. A large business has
been done In rails, structural plates, sheets
wire and tinplates. It Is to be noted that
the advance of last week In wire has not
discouraged demand. Structural material
a artlve. Foreign Iron and stee' are
notably firmer In price. Oerman Interests
seem to have disposed of their surplus.
Prices abroad are firmer and a much larger
business could be done If prlcen were a lit
tle lower. Imports tor January were fully
Purity and Age
Are essential elements ia the
distillation of a perfect (tim
: r.lint. Kefatucky is iamoos
(or maktuj the world's finest
ahiskiea. The fact that rare
whiskey by three grneratioaa
of native Keatui kiani speak
loodly as to tie quality.
"Home folks" know that it's
made in the rood old honest
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CI
JEFFEtStti COUNTY. KY
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I J J- I II , I I II ' I II p lt .
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fat eu with tiie corresponding week lust
San Francisco ...
Mmnes polls ,
I os Anseles
Salt Lake Citv ...
A t lan ta
T acorn a
l6.;x.7iii. I 1.4
12".:'I4 .&: 6 8
M.T'il 4h-. U S
H,71,lh 40. J
27.1M.U0 - n.7i
16.4M.7ij . 2s. t,
12.U2.770 ' 1.1
. 8.176.7171 2". 0;
6.472 .7 I
6.D06.N01I 16. ft
6.144. 4n- S3. a
1.6H6.HI3. I t.H
4,6iS.74 36. ft
8.721.741. 26 2'
.2 -in Si. KIM,..
.;4.810 . .
1.623. 939 1
1.964. 223i 16.3..
1.661 i3 18. li
2.n79.88x 87. Rl
Wheeling, w. va.
776.974' I 8 8
637,810! 13.31 .
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls. 8. D...
i Herat or,- 111
Charleston, 8. C...
Totals, TJ. H
Outside New York.
80 9 .
St. John, N. B...
Victoria, B. C....
Totala I 47.120.199' l.
Ralances paid In cash.
tNot Included In totals because containing
other Items than clearings.
Not Included In totals because or tie
comparison for last year.
MERGER HEARING IS FIXED
Federal Case Aeraiaet Barllasrtea ss4
Narthera Haade t Be Arsaeal
' Mareki 18. " "
ST. LDl'13, March 6. The case brought
by Attorney General Knox -to prevent the
merger et the Great Northern, Northern
Pacific and -EurHngtoa in . Minnesota will
be argued here before the I'nlted States
court ul appeals -tin March Iff -
Na evidence in the Northern Securities
case wtlt be beard here., a, testimony was
taken, some Uote ago. , The transcript will
be eubmttt4 with tks arguments. ,
INDICT - BOGUS BUILDING MEN
Mlsaoarl Jarlti ' Ha Trst Bills
, Agatast w Jklae -seratlve
t . Cesapaalea' OBrera.
ST: LOUia. March C. -Thomas J. Mosier,
H. V7. Miser and W. S. Lovelaid ot St.
liouls, offloars ot the . American Builders'
Co-Operatie Home company, and 8. II.
Reynold, T. F. Leyden, Sylvester McFar
lanij. D. E. NucKfls, T. W. Bruiuscn and
J. T. Reynolds of Granite Clyr, ot the
Fidelity and 1'nitefl Home association, have
been tadicted by the Altoa city graad Jury.
The IndU-tmefitr charge attempt to de
fraud, and bond has been fixed at !50 in
each case. ;
Illk HK ALT V MARKET.
INRTP.I'MENTS placed on rword Ftiday,
. Msrrsslr Deeds.
: F. E! Lockmobd et al to Carl Hassel-
: -blod. nw' nwV 2i-16-l( t :,4T0
C. G. t'iim;itou and wife to D. M.
' Garwoud. 11 V. nU and liH n V 6-lt-
Elizabeth Hall and husband to Peter
Xi-u. e' M and nU reV 2i-16-lo. . 1QAJ0
Auguota Stabrel to Fred Muran et al.
lata 1 to 4. Pundt Place
Elri'le Stahl and hunband to. J. P.
, bite, lot s, block t, ttanscum
G. W. Griffith and wife to J. A. Hor-
bach. lot i block . eulpber riunnga.
J. A. H or barb and wife W Mary F.
Helen Clark to Susie A. O'NelTT. w 43
feet of eW lot IX. Hawes' add
C. E. Oberg and wife to Arthur Redg-
wu k. lots 15 and li, block 16. Shull s
Win B. Relby t9 Katie Mollenbeck.
let 4. block 1 Sheridan Place
Unit t lalaa Dee-da. .
j. C. Brown to W. C. Brown, lot J7.
I lock S. tliwtburne af'd.
W. C Brwti et al to J. C. Brown.
tola 17. J6. . and 24. block I. same....
P.. I. houUrni and wife to Jennie A.
Cuuneil. Ijis I ana i. itlliluss sub-
Same to same, block I. XtS, 1U llalryoa
Oea. ., k
W A.- IteBocd. receiver, to Parkway
Ret,) Id-tale eom.any, lots 1. I to 11.
block 25, Wllioi s 2d add; lots t and
. block 14. Dalabt A L's add
City of Omaha to Thomas ltenntson.
purl rl alley tn block 1. Paddark
Tvtal amount of transfers
NEW TORK. March 0 The Amerlfiti
base ball msgnates held their second day's
session it the Fifth Avenv hotel today
For nearly three hours the magnates dis
cussed the rtports of various committees,
and then adjourned un'il tomorrow. The
location of the playing grounds In New Tork
was not made public.
The major part of today's session was
pent in discusing the report of the rules
committee.. Rule 44. relating to foul strikes,
was finally adopted by a split vote, 4 to 1,
B. F. Shibe cf Thlladrli-hla refusing to
Tins Is the rule that caured the trouble
at the Joint conference of the rules com
mittees 01 the American and National
leagues and National association. Tho
American league has always oppesed the
rule, but at the conference It as outvoted,
the National association voting wltb the
National league. Since then there has been
considerable talk about the American league
refusing to pass the rule. The consensus of
American league opinion is against the rule
as being Impracticable.
Several votes were taken &nd conflderable
speech-making was Indulged in when the
matter came up on the adej tion rf the re
port of the rules committee, consisting of
Messrs. B. F. Shlbe, Philadelphia ; 'oftus,
Washington, and Bruce, Cincinnati. Th-
Cleveland, Chicago and - Boston magnates
opposed the adoption of the rule, and lor a
long time the vote was a tie, Mr. Shlbe
voting with this trio. Finally Mr. Bhibo
declined to vote and President Johnson, ou
a vote of 4 to 3, declared the rule adopted,
and also the report of the rules committee
as a whole.
After the meeting President Killllea of
Boston said: "The feeling of the Amerkan
league is against the frul strike rule, bnt
we passed It out of deference to the rules
- Asked tonight about the local situation.
President Ban Johnson said: "We are in
New York safe enough, and before the
meeting adjourns announcement will bo
made letting the public know all our plan.
I can give no information ton.ght." j.
Tba report of the board of directors was
the first business taken up today. The
pennant was formally awarded to Phila
delphia Athletics. The report of the peace
committee also was adopted, as was the re
port of President Johnson and the board of
directors declaring the Baltimore franchise
Take Oakland Rape by Head After
Bank Oataldrr Leads (roan
SAN FRANCISCO. March . Close fin
ishes marked the racing at Oakland todav.
The weather was 3ne, but the track heavy.
In the six and a half furlongs handicap
Deutachland, a 100 to 1 shot led most of
the way, and was beaten only by a head
by Princess Tltanla, the favorite.
The Waterhouse cup, at twe miles and a
quarter, will he the feature tomorrow.
Nones, Cunard Slddnns and Colonel Ballan
tyne will go to the post.
Urst 'rare, six. furlongs selling: . PupU
won, HandpreBs second, Greenotk ' Wird.
Time: M7. " " '
Second race ee-ven-slxteenrhs -of a mile,
for 2-year-old maidens, purse: .Military
Man won, Rowena second, Ubbie Candid
third. Time: 0:42V.
Third race, six furlongs, selling: ' Lanii
downe won, Ripper second. Marlneuae third.
Fourth race, th.'rten-slxteenths of t mile,
handicap: Princess Tltanla won, Deutsche
land second. Beau Ormonde third. Time.
Fifth race seven furlongs, selling: El
Fonse won. Rose of May second, avld B.
third. Time: 1:30.
Sixth race, one mile end an eighth, sell
ing: Greyfeld won. Lode Star second.
Cane jo third. Time: l:57Vi.
NEW ORLEANS. March (.Bondage was
the only winning favorite . today. The
weather was clear, but the track heavy. .
First race, one mile: Bondage won, Safe
guard second. Lady Mistake third. Time:
Second race, five furlongs: Miriam won,
Versifier second, Josette third. Time: 1:06.
Third race, for 2-year-olds, four furlongs:
The Brown Monarch won. Arlo sei-ond.
Circulator third. Time: 0:64.
Fourth race, handicap, seven furlongs:
Rosanco won Censor second. Farmer Jim
third. Time: 1:34 -B.
Fifth race, selling, one mile and three
sixteenths: Irving Msyer won, I icochee
second. Joe Collins third. Time: 2:11.
Sixth race, selling, one mile and three
sixteenths: Swordsman won. Latsoa sec
ond Tammany Chief third. Time: 2.12.
Hastings Gaa Clnfc Keacaalses.
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 8pecial. )
The Haetlngs Gun club, which haa been
defunct for several years has Just been
reorganised, (.nd arrangements have been
made to hold a two days' shoot Thursday
and Friday of next week. This sdioot will
be held on Bateman's addition In ' the
northwestern part 01 the c.ty, and since It
Is open to all comers a large attendance of
crack shots Is expected. The new club
members are nthuslnstic and the organiza
tion promises tp flourish.
Chess Tearney Caatiaaea.
MONTE CARLO. March . In the fifth
round of the second ba'4 rf the interna
tional chess tournament today Marocxy
beat Mason, Sicilian defense. In thirty-one
moves; Mleses defeated . Mnreatv Vienna
opening. In fifty moves; Schlechter beat
Marshall. Three Knights game, In thirty
seven moves: Wolf beat Reglo. Ruy Lopex
opening. In thirty-four1 movts; Taubeuhaua
Little Liver Pills.
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lliiipiw "More Quaker atsM the Groccr said 8
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mm, And o'er his kindly features spread
Mjllf The Smile that Wt come oft Mi
beet Teichmann, Petroff's defense. In forty
two moves; Albin -beat Marco. Ruy Lopes
opening In sixty moves, and the game be
tween tlllsburj'i.ndl Tarresch . w as adr
DRIVE C0ACHr,JHR0UGH LAW
Boston Boxtasjr Maaaaera Find Means
' c to Make PnhlleBoate Legally
BOSTON, March .-"The question of what
constitutes the difference between a public
and private eparrlng exhibition was argued
today in Connection with a test case In the
East Boston court.
. The complaint waanagainst . the club
manager, referee . and. .. mombers who as
sisted In the rebenf T5eorge Oardner-Al
Welnlg-fight, the'boier also being named
but -ne4vppearing- i-r -
.The-iwldcnce sJioafd that admission to
the exhibition could be gained upon pay
ment of II which entitled any person so
paying to memerehip-1n the club. It was
contended that this membership was only
temporary and sought only for the purpose
of witnessing the contest. The judge held
that the extilbltlon was not a public one,
that the club held a charter, had secured
a lease of the entire building to run in
exhibitions and that the fact that one man
had got into the show orl 'another man's
ticket did not make It a pupUiq xtilblfior,.
With the Howlers.
In a tenpln contest last night on Clark's
alleys the Cudahy - Packing company
clerks defeated the Armour company's
clerks by twelve pins.' The score:
Hamilton 161 178
Marble .t... Ml 1R3
Reddy. 137 . 172
Nelson 155 147
Ryner 141 150
m 813 813 2.355
Paelac Ball Leagse Grows.
SPOKANE. Wash , March 6. Two new
base hall teams are reported to have bt en
organised to enter the- Pacific Northwest
lekgue. . One is at Ban Francisco and the
other at Los Angeles. The propositions have
been financed the grounds secured and ap
plication rnade"To enter the league. There
Is a bare tMj.-lnlblllty that unother team or
two In California may be admitted, but this
la not probable.
Fake Foot Ra "e Case Beglna.
SPRINQFIBLD, 111., March .-The
"fake" foot rae case Was commenced be
fore Judge Creighton today. The defense
offered affidavits to show thnt Otto Heuxs,
one of the grand jurors waa not of age
when the Indictments were voted, and on
this ground tntered a motion to quash.
Arguments were made this afternoon and
judgment reserved. '
Abel Tics wltk MrPadden.
MILWAUKEE. Marh S " Kid" Abel of
Chicago and Hugh McPsdden of Brooklyn
went six rounds o a draw before the
Badger Athletic club tonight. MrPadden
was overweight and It woe decided a draw,
as both mm were on. their tett at the
finish. MoPadden had 'the better cf the
Bow lias; Record 'is Broken.
CHICAGO" March's. The world's bowling
record for a five-men team was broken hers
tonight bv the Empires of Chicago who
scored 1.152 polnla. The new mark was
mad In a regular scheduled game in the
Chicago leacue. The former record was
1.141, made In Chicago a few weeks ago.
K. - ' '
Arnold's Horses Are gold.
NEW ORLEANS. March The horses
belonging to the racing stable of Arnold
at Co. were sold at public auction today by
the sheriff and receiver to antlffy claims
against the firm. Those bringing !5uo or
mure were: Flintlock, IIScO; Ben Lesr.
I2.5H0; Terra Incognito. Hiao; Blanco, 1510;
Light Hunt, 15"".
Klaar's Favorite Beaten.
LONDON, March 6-Klng Edward's
Ambush II. his majesty's candidate for the
Grand National steeplechase, to be run at
Liverpool on March 21, -s dereatea to
day for the Grand Military gold cup at
Sandowne by his stable companion, Mar
quesas. Beatrice Defeats l more.
BEATRICE, Neb., March . (Special
In a tenpln contest at Wyroore yesterday
- , - ih. kMutH- Imiii defeated the
Wymoreltes by twenty pins.
Three ev Jaaaaeoe shlsa.
BAN FRANCISCO. March . The Japan
eae steamship oorapany. Toyo Kaiain K al
alia, will order the immediate construction
of three vessels with a gross tonnage of
U.uoo each. Plans and !ecincatlons were
prepared some months ago. The rompany
alll decide on March 20 where they shall be
What Makes Uaby Uta.
The pure, rich blood made by Dr. King's
New, Life I'll la. They promote beauty.
Civs clear akin, rosy cheeks. Sic. For
ale by Kubn 4 Co. ,
STATE BOWLING ASSOCIATION
Preliminary StepB to Organization ta Se
Taken in Omala.
BOWLERS TO COME HERE FROM LINCOLN
Plan C'oatenaplntes Annaal Toarnav
rnenta. First of the Series to Be
Held at Capital City
Early In May.
After planning to that rod tor two -years,
Nebraska bowlers are finally to have what
they earnestly desire, A state bowling as
sociation, with an annual . tournament, ie
assured, and the opening tourney will in all
probability be held at Lincoln early ia May.
A committee of bowlers from the capital
city will be tn Omaha Saturday to work up
the matter with the Omaha bowling Inter
ests and the other towns in the state that
re contemplated as members of the asso
ciation are being canvassed. It Is hoped
to bring the plans to a conclusion here
Saturday and meeting for organization
will be tailed for Lincoln about May 4.
Bowlers here are all atrongly in favor of
the plan. The sport is so intensely alive
In Nebraska that a state association should
be a very substantial and powerful sport
ing organization. There are score of
towns outside Lincoln and Omaha that have
the bowling fever to degree and have
good bowlers snd good alleys well. A
few of the more Important of these are Fre
mont, Columbus, Schuyler, David City,
Grand Island, Hastings, Crete, Wither,
Beatrice, Wymore and Nebraska City.
Many Teams to Participate.
Ail these towns could send at least one
team each to a state meet and Omaha and
Lincoln would add several more teams
each. In Lincoln, a In Omaha, there is an
eight-team league, which has run prosper
ously all season. The spirit of competition
In bowling is keen always, and this tourna
ment would be an outlet for it.
At Lincoln the bowling spirit runs high.
There are two fine sets of alleys there of
the new continuous manufacture. On these
the tournament will be held. It Is plannxl
to have all the usual events, a five-mcn-team
rare, to-man-team race and Indi
vidual competition. Handsome prizes will
Omihi will be expected to make a big
showing at the first tournament, snd at all
succeeding ones. It is planned to have the
second tourney in this city in the spring of
1904. The ssociatlon would then bo so
strong that the event could be made the
biggest indoor sporting affair of the year.
ALMOST LOSETHEIR LIVES
Walrrtown. Kew York, Hotel Barns
and Mnny Gnesta Barely Es
cape from Flames.
WATERTOWN. N. T.. March 6 Fire to
day destroyed the Otis house, one of ths
largest hotels In this city, and completely
gutted the numerous stores In the blDrk.
The hotel was crowded with guests snd
many narrow escapes were reported. Peter
W. Van Brunt of this city was confined to
his bed on the fourth floor, stclt, and was
let down by ropes
All the other guests were rescued by
means of fire esrspes and ladders. Had the
fire occurred at night a great loss of life
would andoubtedly have occurred.
The Dame partially destroyed the Fair
banks block adjoining the hotel. The total
loss Is estimated at 1200.000 and Is two-
thirds covered by insurance
FAIRHAVEN. Wash.. March Fire
which occurred here last night destroyed
the plant of the Belllngham Lumber and
Shingle company and scorched the Great
Northern depot and several cars standing
on the Northern Pacific tracks. Early re
ports acre exaggerated.
DECIDE TO TAX RAILROADS
Wisconsin Legislators Pass Bill to
Astros Transportation Comnaalee
on ad Valorem Basis.
MADISON, Wis.. March . In the assem
bly toduy the bill providlcg for the taxa
tion of, railroad comianhi on an ad
valorem basis, ass finally passed by unani
mous vote without a word et debate,
j m mmi 'M'11" " wwn imiMUMaii urn hi win 1 1 mi 1 ) 1 1 ' i'i" '
iSP For Culinary Uses
1 r 1
the beat In
Made from the choicest cf selected
Rye, and distilled under every pre
caution, insuring the highest nutrient
ough aging before
histoid, and iilihis
state of fullest de
vslopment it is the
perfection of Rye
It is particularly
recommended . to
women because of
its age and excel
lence. old at a'l flntt-rkawt eafe. ana by Jobtors.
H E LAS hi K a SXJJi. tMuuiuura. Mu.
AND HAIR TONIC
i ICnnna tho Scnln
(indorsed and S o!d by
Carbert, Hair Dressers and
In SI and 50c Bottles.
jj A R Bremer Co., Chicago.
ajewsiina-Ma in Mill 1! MfliPIMBB
I ,C ...'IV ill
I W a J
y i c
moat satisfying to the taste !
. Bottled in Dtoncf
The perfected product of fifty years of Kentucky'
whiskey making. Hand made and
We five written
contracts to cure
Diseases and Disor
ders of Men, or re
fund money paid.
Many cases taker
S5.00 per month.
Fores' In I Sara without rutting, pain or lim at
tlma. leal gaarantea to sura jrou or bom? MtundM.
VYDUII rra 'or and tba potion ttaor
4 I rlilklas eushlr rleansM from the arufm.
Boos evary alsa and aymptom dtaapprara complnaly
and forarar. Na "UHtAKlNO Ol'T" n( lh. ia
aaaa on tba akin or tara. . Trrxilni.i.t lotll.in. no
dansoroup dnis. or Injurloua medlclnta.
irif IICII 'ro" Exiaea or VICTIMS TO
IRCHIV lACrl KEKVdlS HKHIUTY (IK EX-.
HAlSlloN. WASTING H'KAKNKSS. wlfh EAI11.Y
DECAT In YOt NO and IIIDDLK AKD. tack of vim.
visor and atrausiu. altb orsana Inipatrad and waak.
CTDIfTlfDC rarad "k a n.at home trnat
wlitlUlUnC null. Ka pain, no deumlian
IRIltAHi. Klilner and nii-ldr Tmubli-a.-Weak
bark, burning t'rm. Krequenrr (if Trumlng. I rin
High L'bliterd. or atlto mllkr o-dl'n-nt uu viandtitg
t'onaaltatlon Free, Treatment by Mall
tall or address, tor. Idth & Uaanlai
DR. SHALES & SHALES, Oftatta, Keb.
3? Trru's an lorms 01
) UISCASE AND
Zi lfars r.xiri nre,
IT Vers In Omalia.
cjyj: - -- Pr fri His remBrkablf wut
Houaled aiTd urn ilay lirlnt-' many flutler-
I Ing rej oris of ine gooa ne M uum, or in.'
j reiU f be bus given.
Hot Sprhg. Ireatcnsn. for Srailis
' And all illiK.d Poisons. ,') "1! T'.ITAK I N'J
Ul'f" on ine rkin ur Is:- and a'., external
s.nns of the dlifjn aa;:H at once.
Ua i'f.rtOI 1 C1' u r e P'Jirunetl ' In
AVE D O.i Afrfl 'iir- of ifrv-
UlCn 0 JiUUUuu odl'lly, ls ot
vitality, unnsturul d.n bara' S. fi'.rlct .ire.
Gittt, Kidney and hiiirr IiUi-usrs, j-y-tlrocle.
C'l'lCK tTRES-I.OW CHAP'IKS.
Tieutirt-nt by mull. V O. J.rx 3:re
ovrr 3j k. lath s-iert. l.f.it.i l-'arnaju auJ
LUuS.sji iu;i, OalAllA. .N iuii.
T1i0e anffenne from wsk-
nraacs hirlv ku tri- ii!cv.urea
of life aliuulil tUr s doll.it U,t-
""""" lie f Jiivrn lJiil. tin- Iwtie
srill tell a story of marvelous r-niia nnu
rrnate profouml wumler. Tliia mcdirine lu
more reiuvetiatiiiir. vituhiine for-e t.'iiii. i.na
ever teu ollerfil. rxajl l-y mail in j!rn
psrkac- nl on ri-re..t of tin. si! t!.
, . Thi li wsilh of inenli ior lor om uoliar.
llatle Vy ita origitiatura '. 1 Hi oil f i-ro
Sriotura iiiK,l hayaanii il a. Uimi-'L !Jii
' Crnputy State Tetertanoa) , '. j
Food !nsiector. '
H. L, BAUACCIOTTI, .0, ..V, S,
fios and laftnnar. atk aad at soon Sta,
.'.Oauaba. .el. Tclcti.nbt M-
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