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TTTE OMAHA DAILY 1U-:E: WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, 1f03.
BIG BLAZE IN SOUTH OMAHA
Omasa Cooperage Company' Plant la
Earned to the Ground
LOSS AMOUNTS TO SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND
Mu(rr Welch Ainonnrfi that Lou
la Fall? roTfrfil by Insurance
aad Work! Will Re Re
built at Oaee.
Fire totally destroyed the Omaha Coop
rage coropsny's works at Thirty-fifth and
I streets, South Omaha, yesterday. The
loia will amount to $5,000, covered by In
surance. M. D. Welch itated to newspaper
men that rebuilding would begin as Boon aa
material could be secured.
The plant was erected four years sgo by
M. D. Welch of Lincoln at a cost of about
$r,0,000. Since that time extensive Improve
ments have been made and others were In
contemplation. The main structure, built
of brick, waa l.'O feet In length and fifty
feet wlda and was three stories high.
It waa shortly after 6 o'clock when those
living In the vicinity noticed that the wholo
center of the structure was on fire. Word
waa sent to the South Omaha Are depart
ment and Chlpf Etter and three hose com
panies responded as promptly as possible
Owing to the long run and the muddy roads
the fire had obtained a good headway befora
water could be turned on.
Chief Etter said that he laid In 1.700 feet
of hose and did bis best to save at least a
portion of the building, but the Inflamma
ble material In tho structure was too much
for him. "It waa the hottest fire I have
seen for a long time," said tho chief, "In
fact. It waa So hot tha It waa with diffi
culty that we could get very near the walls
with pipe lines."
- Root aad Walla Fall.
Shortly after the arrival of the depart
ment the roof fell In and soon after this the
walla commenced to come down. The east
center wall was the first to fall and the
firemen on that side of the building hai to
hurry In order to get out of the way. Then
the south wall fell and a few minutes later
the west and north walls went down. Only
a small portion of the walls and the corner
piers are now standing.
It Is supposed that the fire started In the
dry room, but officials of the company can
not throw any light on the subject. The
night watchman evidently left the building
before the fire started for the reason that
those living In the vicinity turned In the
alarm and the watchman waa not to be
found about the premises.
By the destruction of the works 100 men
are thrown out of employment for a time.
At the rate the works were running 800
barrels were being manufactured daily, al
though the capacity of the plant was 1,200
barrels a day.
The burned building was filled with new
and expensive machinery. Only recently
the company installed a new 125-horse
Soma of the material piled on the ground
outside of the building and a couple of dry
ing sheds at the north end of the building
were saved, but this salvage will not
amount to much. The office records In the
safe are supposed to be all right. The safe,
however, lies at the bottom of a big pile
of rubbish In the basement. Three streams
of water were kept on the ruin all the aft
ernoon, extinguishing the burning embers.
Distribution of the Insurance.
The Insurance on the cooperage works,
amounting to (67,500, was placed by H. E.
Palmer, Son & Co. In the following com
panies: Continental, 11,250; Springfield,
14,000; Fire association, (2,000; Western,
12,000; Continental, $1,000; Phoenix, $1,000;
Aachen ft Munich, 2,000; Thoenlx, $1,000;
Hartford, 12,500; Underwriters, 13,000; Phe
plx, $5,000; Phoenix, $1,000; Provldenco,
Washington, $1,500; U & L. ft Q., $2,500;
Royal, $2,500; Springfield, $1,000; Western,
$1,000; Home, $13,250; North American,
$2,000; Niagara, $2,000; American Central,
$2,500; Western, $2,000; Manchester, $1,500;
L., U ft G., $2,500; Royal. $2,000; Home,
$1,000; American, $2,000; Atlas, $1,000; Fire
men of Baltimore, $1,000.
Eada Headache's Torture.
Lazy livers and sluggish bowels cause
headaches. Dr. King's New Life Pills re
move the cause or no pay. Only 25c. For
sale by Kuhn ft Co.
TWENTY REVOLVERS ON WIT.
Chicago Police Arrest Man Wanted
Her for Burglary at
Word baa been received from Chicago by
Chief of Police Donahue notifying him of
the arrest of Lawrence Droney, whose resi
dence is said to be in Omaha. Droney Is
being held on suspicion. When arrested he
was armed to the teeth, having upon his
person twenty revolvers. The plunder Is
said to be a portion of the property stolen
from the W. O. Clark store Sunday evening,
as the numbers on the guns correspond
with those given In the list of stolen prop
erty. Chief of Detectives Dunn will leave
for the Windy City this evening to return
with Droney. He will be charged with bur
glary. thshltctwn magician
A Saving's Account
Is the best Insurance against want
The best provision for old age.
Open an account to-day.
Let some of the money you work so hard for begin to work for veV
Wo pay four per cent, compound interest on Savins.
ilk help you to mvs money. C4II and gel oaiT
CITY SAVINGS DANK.
Brown BlooK. Sixteenth and Douglas Streets
blue, mode grays and bhnk, black taffeta nilk, moire, eie., haud
aomely trimmed with cords, fancy bindings and stitching, ba
tiste and Arabian collara 1'ricen fl.50 to ? 12.00.
bt pj r r a
Wednesday Great Sale of Men's New
SPRING TOP GOATS at $8.75
SALE of $15 SPRING
Our great sale of spring suits at $6.50 is
crest values been offered In sDrlna suits.
pleated by our enormous sales, we have
new goods and the assortments are great
Here are the best cloths and swellest
SPECIAL IN BOYS' NEW CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
$4 All Wool Knee Pants Suits at $1.98
We place on sale at the popular price of $1.98, hundreds of boys' suits In Nor
folk and double breasted, made of the very beat fabrics and never sold for
less than $4, at a special prioe to celebrate our opening In the new boys' cloth
ing department at $1.98. This is a chance that cannot be f "V 3
overlooked by parents who wish their boys well dressed XsJ
to the small expenditure at '
BOYS "MOTHER'S FRIEND" SHIRT WAIST AND BLOUSES
All the new spring effects, worth up to $1.00, go on sale OfT
third floor, at
LADIES' SlIT SALE THURSDAY.
Messrs. J. I. Brandels & Sons Announce
the Purchase and Arrival of the
ENTIRE BANKRUPT STOCK
CLOAKS, SUITS, WAISTS, SKIRTS AND
THOS. SINNOTT, 118 WEST 25TH STREET,
New York City,
BOUGHT FROM THE ASSIGNEE,
William T. Ferguson.
SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, MARCH 19.
The opportunities of this salt are so un
usual that we desire everyone to under
stand the whole transaction in time to take
advantage of the sale.
Mr. Sinnott was for yyrs cloak and suit
buyer for one of the largest and finest de
partment stores In New York City.
Leaving there to go in business for him
self, he purchased a stock as fine and as
large as he was accustomed to. Conse
quently he overbought himself he failed
his stock was seized by the creditors sold
by the assignee, Mr. Ferguson, to us.
And placed on sale here In Omaha at our
store, Thursday, March 19.
See tomorrow's papers for prices and full
particulars of this sale.
We personally urge every lady to attend
this sale, promising some of the most re
markable and attractive bargains ever
given. J. L. BRANDEIS ft SONS,
' Proprietors Boston Store, Omaha.
If you wish to follow the crowd come
to the Deestrlct Skule Thursday evening,
March 19, at 8 o'clock. St. Mary's avenue
Dr. Roy, chiropodist, moved to 1505
GROCERY STORE IS DESTROYED
Fire W ipes Out the ' Stock of August
Dora on Franklin
The grocery store owned by August Dora
at 3513 Franklin street was totally destroyed
by fire yesterday ( morning. The fire
originated from a defective flue. The value
of the building was $300 and contents $600.
The loss is fully covered by insurance.
TM m fa I ...1 U Val 1
mrs. j. benson;
Coats and Jackets
Hizos from the first long coat up to
Fine, lijrht weight wool cloths, beautiful
qualities of Sicilian, in navy blue, new
for Men's Wear
100 swrll new spring top coats
trill go on sale today at a
Our great bargain offer la made
possible through the purchase of sur
plus stock of a New York manufac
turer. We secured these goods at
about one-half their real value. These
top coats are the newest and swellest
design for spring. They sre In lengths
82, 34 and 36, made of English coverts,
overplalde, fancy mixtures, etc., best
serge lining. You will have plenty of
use for a smart top coat this spring
and never before were such fine coats
at such modest prices worth $12.50
to $15.00 your choice tomorrow, at
SUITS at $6.50
at Its height. Never before have such
Wherever the stock has been de-
I BUUltV UBB LC Oil UO-
cuts worth $15.00
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ART EMBROIDERY EXHIBIT.
Nebraska Cycle Co. frtaplay a Fine
Line of Special Designs All Week.
The Nebraska Cycle Co. Is exhibiting this
week an extensive line of superior fancy
work under the supervision of J. S. Harris
of Chicago, who is a special representative
of the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing
Co. This exhibit consists of art embroid
ery, drawn work, battenburg and cut work.
Mr. Harris recently showed this exhibit In
Indianapolis and It attracted to the extent
that it was necessary for him to remain a
month, when one week is the usual time
spent In each city.
The ladies of Omaha are Invited to call 1
and Inspect this exceptional line of art
work. No one should miss it.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
Corner Fifteenth and Harney Streets.
Wonderful Resources of the West.
If you are looking for a home and want
to visit the weet you can do so with very
little expense as the UNION PACIFIC will
sell one-way colonist tickets EVERY DAY
at the following rates from Missouri river
UNTIL JUNE 15TH
$25.00 to San Francisco, Loa Angeles
and many other California points.
UNTIL APRIL 30TH.
$20.00 to Ogden, Salt Lake City, Butte,
Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and
many other Oregon and Washington points.
From Chicago and St. Louis proportion
ately low rates are In effect by lines con
necting with the Union Pacific.
The UNION PACIFIC haa also extended
territory to which round trip homeseekers'
excursion tickets will be sold as follows:
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMINALS.
To many points In Kansas, Nebraska and
To many points In Wyoming, Utah, Mon
tana and Idaho. ,
To many points In Oregon and Washing
ton. One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale March 17, April T and
21, May 15 and 19, June 2 and 16, 1903.
City ticket office, 1324 Farnam street.
Announcements of tbe Theaters.
"Sally In Our Alley" will be seen for the
first time In this city at the Boyd tomor
row night. Friday and Saturday nlghta,
with the same big cast of seventy-five
mirthful, musical comedians which char
acterized the long run of this entertain
ment at the Broadway theater. New York
City. This brilliant gaiety Is a delightful
compound of up-to-date wit, charming mel
ody, clever comedians, splendid vocalists,
beautiful women and elaborate stage ef
fects. It Is entirely dissimilar to all en
tertainments of its class which have pre
ceded it, from the fact that it has a plot
and tells a consistent story.
The Russell brothers In their new sketch,
"A Romance of New Jersey," are scoring
big at the Orpheum this week, where the
bouses are unusually large. Commencing
with the matinee Thursday they will
change their act, presenting for the last
half of the week "Our Irish Servant Girls,"
with which their success is even more
pronounced. The other six numbers con
tribute a pleasing variety (o a very satis
factory bill. The next matinee will be
given tomorrow, Thursday.
It Is Erie Railroad All the Way.
Travel via the Erie railroad rVom Chi
cago to New York. Every mile pictur
esque and every mile protected by safety
block signals. Through service to New
York, Boston and Columbus. Stop-over of
ten days allowed on all through tickets at
Cambridge Springs and Niagara Palls.
Lowest rates. H. L. Purdy, traveling pas
senger agent, Chicago.
The following births and deaths have been
reported to the Hoard of Health?
rilrths N. N. Tonder, M23 Cuming, girl;
Thomas Lieahy, X7U Cunuax, boi B. F.
HAYPENS ARE RUNNING
U U M
iiik it ki.i mii.i: mto hi:.
OCR SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY WILL BE 3S-INCII TFRCALES, ALL HAND
SOME STVI.ES. FOR SHIRTS AND SHIRT WAISTS, FAST COLORS, WORTH 19c.
AT "He A YARD.
36-ln Imported madras for shirt waists,
dresses, ttc, regular 2.".c goods, at 12',ic
ldc madras, 32 Inches wide, at 10c a yard.
Scotch plaids, for school dresses, at 10c
French plaids, handsomest styles made,
at 12Hc a yard.
Mercerlied linings, In black and colors,
worth 19c and 2;c, on sale now at 10c a
SHRKTIXH AMt i.im:s.
22'4c quality, extra fine bleached sheet
ing, SI Inches wide, at l!ic a yard.
20c quality heavy bleached sheeting, SI
Inches wide, at 17'4c a yard.
Uc quality of bleached pillow casing,
42 Inches wide, at 10c n yard.
12Hc quality of Lonsdale cambric, in long
mill ends, at t.c a yard.
15c quality yard wide English long cloth,
at 10c a yard.
75c quality all linen silver bleached satin
damask, at 59c a yard.
$1.00 quality all linen German silver
bleached satin damask, to introduce, at
69c a yard.
SILK SPECIALS F(H WEDNESDAY
The B. Rothchild stock moves quickly at 1 Fancy crepes, in evening shades, at 39c.
these prices: All silk rustling black taffeta, on sale
Fine grade china silk, all colors, 25o. : at 49c.
White cream moire silk, on sale at 39c. ' We have Just received a new shipment
Coloxed plisse silks, on sale at 25c. of 50 pieces of black Winslow taffeta.
BIG CELT SALE WEDNESDAY
25 gross ladies' fine silk, satin and velvet signs, worth up to 50c, on sale to close the
belts, In a great variety of handsome de- j entire lot tomorrow, at only 10c.
BIG MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE
Hayden Bros, take pride In announcing
a most fortunate purchase for spot cash of
newest creations In exquisite muslin under
derwear. These garments are all made
from fine selected fabrics, handsomely j
made up and daintily trimmed and em- j
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen, I2'c.
A perfect jubjiitule for Heard c o etl vt 622 ton
(Fine ir v bijeburaer, led&.nt for cookind.
The oaly safe way
is the surest way
A well selected farm mort
gage pc?s the highest rate
of Interest consistent with
absolute security ....
Ws hare bad experience. Wa per
aonally e&axnloe every farm on which
ws make a loan. If you have id'.e
funds, ws can secure you a good In
vestment. 'Phone 47.
420 New York Ufa Bldg.
There's such a
few dealers who
know a (rood shoe
from a bull pup.
and such a lot of men who do
do not pretend to know any-
hlng" about a shoe, that it's
oulte a relief to buve a shoe
like "Onlmod," that can be
put "onaman" for $3.50, and
look well ana wear wen ail
j the time a shoe should be ex
Jirpected to lust
05 South 15U St.
Chad well, 2il9 Sewari, boy; . Horseuw,
Dewara, Doy; unam rj. w ara ivw
Marcy, girl; Louis McNubb, 4727 Fortieth
avenue, boy; James A. Sunderland, la-2
South Twenty-ninth, girl.
Deaths Mrs. Lucy A. Burke, 2769 Cuming.
61; Isaac Nlskerin, Midland Hotel; Eva
Jeanette Lundholm. S21'2 Charles 2; Mrs.
Bridgft McLaeney, Thirtieth and Daven
port. t9; Haby Heed. Fortieth and Ames
B I'.t, iiu 1Q u..a. Vulli.rliia f rlllnl.t,.,,
u.i-i.u., Air &.... ...... . uiiingkUII,
2423 I'atrlek avenue, 10 month: Vulerlii K.
t'owger, 9S1 North Twenly-tiflh avenue, 2;
Frederick Steits, 1430 South Seventeenth,
74; Gertrude Mary Bouse. 613 South Six-
leenin, a momns.
H. T. Mclntrye. St. Haul, Minn., who has
been troubled with a disordered stomach,
says: "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do me more good thun anything I
have ever taken."
Round Trip Kates to West and North
west. The Vnlon Pacific has extended territory
to which round trip homeseekers' excursion
tickets will be aold as follows:
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMINALS
To many points In Kansas, Nebraska and
To many points In Wyoming, Utah, Mon
tana and Idaho.
To many points in Oregon and Washing
ton. One fare plus I- for the round trip.
Tickets on sale March 17, April 7 and 21,
May 15 and 19. June 2 and 16, 1903. City
ticket office. 1324 Farnam street. "Phone 318.
Hawes 13 bats. Spring styles. Quality
guaranteed. Stephens & Smith, opposite P.O.
Ts Ches Ge!b in 2
Taka Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
To Sat Sich
There's ucha 'jf
A THOFIT SHARING CARNIVAL.
Wednesday in the
35c quality hemstitched tray cloths, with
one row of drawn work, size 18x18, at 19c
T."c value hemstitched dresser scarfs,
wi:h open work, size lfix50, at 49c a yard.
Remnants of bleached and unbleached
table linen and crashes, at halt regular
25c quality of welt piques, at 15c a yard.
$1.00 quality 3-4 union bleached napkins,
at f.Tc a dozen.
75c quality 5-8 size, bleached and un
bleached nnpklns, at 49c a dozen.
10c quality extra heavy all linen toweling
at 6c a yard.
15c qimlity of extra heavy bleached
Barnsley linen crashes, at 9 7-8c a yard.
6c quality extra heavy twilled crash, at
3'5C a yard.
Extra heavy dark and light outing flan
nel, regular 10c grade, at 34c a yard.
Extra heavy Shaker flannel, worth 8Hc,
at 4'ic a yard.
3-4 white wool flannel, worth 30c, at
15c a yard.
broidered. We secured them at a big con
cession n price' and will offer the most
astonishing values ever put on salo In this
line. The goods are now being arranged
for sale and this grand SPECIAL SALE
WILL BEGIN THURSDAY MORNING.
Who have made the comparison tell
us tuov Rnve much monov in linvlnc
H all their drug store wuuts of us. If
juu uie uui u uitBiuiiifr, il ill piiy
you to give us a trinl. Here are a
few of our prices:
2-qt. Hot Water Hottle. 4r
Si-qt. Fountain Syrlnire 4)r
The lest ii-qt. Combination
Fountain Nrlnne unil Hot
Water llotlle In Oniuha. .fl.OO
7o Mellen'a Food
"1 Plaited Milk .
'Me t'ustorla ,
S. E. HOWELL,
Park Ave. and Leavenworth.
Two 'phones, 882 & F-1317. Call us up.
Another Coupon Ad
Cut this out and either send In or bring
to our store aiid get a 25c can of Graham's
Shampoo free with each $1.00 bottle of
PARISIAN HAIR Tonic and Dandruff Cure
at 75c the lowest cut price. This is the
guaranteed remedy for dandruff and to stop
falling hair guaranteed, mind you which
with us means MONEY back In not nulled.
There is no better Shampoo than Graham's.
Do you need any drug store things? If so
remember "BCHAEFKK'S SELL IT FOR
35c genuine Castoria no limit 24c
11. (MJ Peruna all you want 61c
$1.00 Pierce's Remedies no limit 61c
$1.00 Iler's Malt Whiskey all you want. 62c
$1.00 Canadian Malt Whiskey 00 per
cent proof 75c
ROc Texus Catarrh Cure one cures 4uc
$1.00 German Klmmel Bitters the great
est of all tunic contains nothing
50c Doan's Kidney Plll no limit 8!io
5"c Cramer's Kidney Cure warranted 4oc
$1.(0 Sexine Pills 75c
$1.00 Temptation Tonic 25c
$:!.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringes. .$2.10
Tho 'I'uoiies 74T and 7U1.
X. W. tor. 16th and Chicago Sts.
k V nfintalP.nllRcrq
W&L? Post Graduate. No Student
Old reliable, expert, accurate, painless
dentists to do your work here. Graduate
dentists come ners to learn our painless
methods. Expert dentlsta admitted to
our course for $100. Then all could have
a big business. Bewnre of Jealous, Idle,
sore head dentists. They have lost their
practice. Poor work and painful methods
thev have used csused people to come
here. We can make money by teaching
our painless course to expert dentlsta.
That way we don't have to charge such
high prices. We are always crowded.
DIRIXO MARCH 0!LYl
Bet of Teeth, from 93.00
Gold Crowns $a.S5 ap
Bridge Teeth 4M-a
Gold FIlllaaT TOO ap
Pllllna-s 2 So ap
Teeth Extracted Free
Something new in artificial teeth No
plates required New patent anchor Mis
fit, loos and brvken plats repaired and
made to At.
OF PAINLESS DEITIITRT,
Dnaa-las Street. Boons 4.
Open daily Nlghta till ; Sundays, f to 1
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
royala aad Timely Articles.
I SHIPMENT OF
sir 0 J) mo i
Today's today and tomor
row's tomorrow as Kipling
says about the East and
West, "and never the twain
Don't put off until to
morrow the Top-Coat order
you should place today.
Come "up the hill" today.
Talk Top-Coats with our
New York cutter. Get your
favorite fabric get meas
ured get your finished Top
Ccat and get out on the
street resplendant in a coat
that fllB every way; that Is
soundly satisfactory every
way; that Is wcarful every
way; that Is imbued with
New York smartness cf
fashion every way for from
$25.00 to $50.00.
1710-12 Farnam St.
Phone IIQ3. Bee Buildinr
Court House is opposite.
"Just as Good"
Th ulfiptoplo who answer Imiuirlri
for Porontn In the ubov mtntir may
have nevvr worked In a drug iiure, but
ujr they hav "Just aa gnnd" bee at u ho
thy know no better.
They don't know BoroaU au tt.o
wearer knows them.
Sorosis Are $3.50 Always
Tha only Sorosis stors In ths city.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 B. Iftth street.
Pnnk Wllrox, Mn.ir.
How well vou are looklnx.
rather poor. What did you do for yourself?
Well, I'll tell you, John. Aft'T I K"t over my lung sickness I
felt weak and feeble, seem to tmc Inst all energy. Trb l m arly
everything to ngciln my Ktreuth, but nothing would he p till one
day a friend of mine auAUed m tu try "l;luo Hiblion ISui r." I did
use It and well you see the result. Never felt as strung and
heallby as now, thanks to my friends, a.lvlee In recommending
A you don'l look so very well yj
fLLy yourself. You take my ad-
4 if vlce n' lrlllk ' Ilu" Rlb"srai
rTn X'"- jl l'on ,i,,,'r " You iau 1,ave ' pi
T delivered at your home In lA ;
jJY mMirirfii Quarts or pints. 3 I
VMtS MA order It at ones ALA
wmmBPmmm "' i
!ffi HOWELL'S AMT! - IIAWF
li,a a bottle at Howell Drug Company, lOih aad Cayitol Avenue.
irn on cnlf Itr rf
f i i
yt way dciiw uieir
p regular value.
Boys' New Spring
Suits at a posi
tive saving of $1.
These boys' suits
will hi on sale all
this week at $2,50.
They are worth
Made in Norfolk stylo,
sizes 4 to 12 years, dou
ble breasted jacket
style, sizes 8 to 1G
years made of strict
ly all wool materials,
in nil the newest
Hospe's March Sale
of Good Pianos
Includes nearly all the standard
mnkfb. such as the KNARB, KRA
NICH A- nArH.KIMIUU.,HArJLKTT
& DAVIS, STERLING, LINDEMAN &
SON. MATHl'SHEK. KRELL, SCHU
MANN. ADAM SCHAAF, HOSTE,
TON and others. Sold for cash or
er.sy payments. Some as low ss $5.00
We have a number of decided bar
gains which we place on sale this
week, of which the following Is a par
One I'prlfrht, eastern make, 41100
good nn new iplJ
One Hallet & Davlo Up
right, large lze, Usui.,
Ono Hinzc, oak case CIID
One Kimball l.'prlKht $1-40
One Klmlmll miil.oBany 41fA
cafv used ipHJ
One Jlallctt & Davis
Oil" .'i"0 high ftrndr Sample
I'laiio tn done out at....
Just a Word on Organs
We have a number of Used Organs,
taken in cwhangc on pianos, to close
out at from J3.00 to $25.00. Easy
New Organs In all styles, from $30.00
up. Your own terms.
Don't delay if you are thinking of
getting a piano or organ within the
next year. These instruments can
not be duplicated for the prices ws
I'lunoa Tmiril, IMnTed and He
paired. We also curry a rnni.
Iilete stock of Piano Stools,
UruohM, Scurfs, at rlitbt prices,
A. HOSPE GO.
1 5 13-15 IS DOUGLAS STREET.
N. K. Cor. Faniaia and
Paid l Capital....
Sarplns Pand )loa,aoa
rWITKD STATES DBPOUTORT,
b u. Woou. Vic Pressdaat,
i SjUTHER PlUKB, Cashier.
1 JT. '. ILAMJ.LTON. AasUtasi Caahias
Last tlni- we nut yuu I
"Illuc lilbbon. Now, joun,
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