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AJOL'lli : EiMBBR 181885
THE DAIIA BEE.
Priilay Morning. September 18
LOOAL BBEVITIE8 ,
Edwin R. Orerall has filed ft petition in
the district court piayinp that a gn&rdlan t > e
appointed for bli minor children.
Setvices Saturday morning at 9 a , m.
Dutlng tbo day JJr , Btmon will deliver three
lectutei. Memorial lorvlcea for tha dead will
commence Saturday noon ,
-Gco , Willlami , a clothier at Uastingr ,
failed Wednesday , llo has already been at
tached for $3,4CO by the Ewtcrn trade W.
13 , Rose , proprietor of a reitaurant at Wj-
moro , also closed shop yesterday ,
The officers of the Fair association are
still buiy touting up affairs. All persons
having claims against the association are ro-
qneatsd to present them at onca to Maj. D. II.
Wheeler at bis office in thoCreiRhlon block.
A petition was filed in tha district com t
yosterdiy by Lcclorc E , Ballard for a di
vorce from his wife , Clara J. Ballard , on the
grounds of adultery. The petition sets forth
that Mrs. Ballard is now a common proitttuto
In the city of Omaha ,
Emma Slmltz , the infant whoao death
uotico ii given in another column catno into
the world under circumstance almoat as sad
AI these attending her death. She was the
posthumous child of Angust Shnltz , klllod
last winter by falling out of a wagon while
driving ont in the country. The mother in
this hour of her heavy bereavement has the
heart-felt nympathy of many friends.
Mrs 0 F Ulckman left , yoatorday , for New
lion W A 1'axton returned from the west
0 M Garvor , cashier of the Bank of Valen
tine , is In the city.
Miss Mattlo Sharp left yesterday for a visit
o friends in Chicago ,
Louis Bradford and wtlo left , to-day , on a
visit to friends in Davenport.
Attorney E M Bartlett and wife are ex
pected homo to-day , from Now York.
J 0 Lutcr , Central City , was In the city
yesterday and bought a nlca bill of Krcccries
MUs Flora B Elliott , Mita Cora B Hardy
and Gee E Bowcrman , of Lincoln , are at the
and Mra Willard Scott will arrive
home from Lake Minnotonka , this
E E llowoll roturnad , yesterday , from
' Weeping Water where ha has bocn making
work for the hymenometor.
Patrick Egan , of Land League fame , wai in
tbo citv yoiterday , la company with his
brother , Jno J Egan , of Dublin , Ireland ,
Mrs Dr Wormesloy , accompanied by iier
mother , Mra Colto , Mra R J McDonnell , and
Mra Gee A Wilcox , hit for the west yes
. A G McAueland , a resident of Omaha back
in 'C0' Colt'a Flro-
the § , now representing -
Arms Manufacturing company of Hartford ,
Conn , la in the city.
EG Ryloy , of the firm of Hunt & Ililey ,
left this week for Baltimore , Md , to attend
the sovereign grand lodge of the I O 0 F of
the United Statea and Canada , which la being
held in that city.
C W Baker , connectad with the undertak
ing firm of Drexel & Maul , of this city , who
superintended the dressing of Nebraska's
great exhibit at New Orleans , ie now at Lin
coln In charge of tha same exhibit , ad it has
been mounted there ,
E H Allen , senior member of the firm of
Allen Bros. , waa married last evening to Miss
Bertha Devin , of North Bend , Ohio. They
will spend the remainder of the month trav
eling m the east and will return to Omaha
about tbe lit.
Frank R Falk , tecretary and treasurer of
the Franz Falk Brewing company , Mllwau ,
k koe , arrived In the city jesterday morning-
visiting hla western agents , Messrs John A
Freyban & Co. Mr. Falk is a clover gentle
man , the son of the senior member of the firm
ho represents. Extensive enlargements of the
local warehouse are In contemplation.
At the Metropolitan : J D Grans , Hast-
Ingi ; F J Pickett , Bloomington ; N S Gilbert ,
Central City ; G M Harrison , Springfield ; T
R Lelghton , Piattamouth ; Paris Wilcor ,
Smithvllle ; H P Ball , W WLadd , Albion ; W
F Morria Lincoln ; J 0 Duts , Central City ; M
B Warner , Herman ; Mrs J S Johnson and
boy , Superior ; E S Gaylord , Blair ; Mrs U
Field and son , Mrs J Winters , Sioux City ; A
K Waterman , Arm Arbor , Mlch-P ; H Mc-
Andrewa , Das Molnes ; O O Simmons , ( Jhiov-
, go ; Mrs Ed Gray , Maryvlllo , Mo ; James H
Dill , Peter Buser , Woodruff , Kaw ; H B
Thompson , Detroit ; O B Ebnsolo and family ,
Mason , Iowa.
icstordny's 1'ollco Docket.
Fat Sweeney , disturbing the peace.
George Thompson , suiplclona charac
ter , ton days.
John Maxwell , suspicions character.
John Miller , drunk , fined § 5. com
mitted In default.
Pat Koirnoy , drunk , ten d ys on bread
A Trough la the rvcmonr ,
It has suddenly been discovered that
the granite pavement of Far cam ttroet at
the intersection of Sixteenth street , along
the south erasing , had been laid over on
old wooden culvert which during the pro
gress ol wcrk had not been known to ex
ist. Ita presence bacamo manifest yes
terday when the povtmsnt was noticed
to have euoken for a space in length from
curb to curb of Sixteenth ttreet and in
width about four feet
, The granite was
at once torn up and after long digging
the otiuo of troubla was removed.
Jururu Drawn ,
The following petit jurors wtra drawn
this afternoon to aerro at the next term
of the district court :
Thomas Oate > y , Patrick Manning , George
ird , Dennis Cunningham , Henry Llnosoy ,
m Powell , William Orowley , Clmles .1
Ryan , William Shull , Ferd Streitz , John U
( Jreeo , P T Murphy , John Kllnker. George
Medlok. F VI Lafssntin , Ernest Kraft , II
1 rencb , Thomas 1'rico , Thomas Uuik , Mar.
tin Dunham , William Itjwiizer. Jacob
Hnuck , Bernatd Thompson , William D
There troro 91 watches and 43 pieces
of genuiao dlaaund jewelry found In
piokjgts of tea imil colfdo by purchaiors
yfa vidty at tha Euipiro AIlls ] Tea
Store , 1403 Djuglss street. P < io , sin-
g' < i can , ? 1 ; elx cine , $5 ; thliteon cam ,
$10 ; twenty ev0n cans , f20 , Send it
jour orders by mill , aocornpiuicd by oish
.or pcitil order , nd they will baor
to any uddreas.
AMAN AND HIS MTSTEBY ,
Ihe IJeat ot "A Mysterious Blinp-
po r nca" Torn * npon tneLin
coln Truln Ills Strange
In the crowded train up from Lincoln
tut night , It was the fortune of a repor
ter for these ctlumni to find aaoat , after
stoppages at several way stations had re
lieved the press of travel , by tha ildo of
an elderly gentleman. Thli passenger ,
by feigning shop , had dented the mute
appeals of several fat women with bibles
nho had sought to join the moro fortu
nate lady who had shared his seat from
the ntnrt until aho had alighted at her
pr.'por station. The throng in the alslo
had boon cleared and the smoker , which
Is the proiont noono , had baon reduced
to a state of comfort for the few who re
mained. The elderly gentleman WAI ev
idently not ono of the Falc visitors who
03 nstltulcd almost entirely the freight ol
the train. The numerous wraps and
Items of luggage which ho had stored
about him indicated that ho waa through
unavoidable circumstances forced , to the
discomforts of an excursion train.
Ho was well attired and his features In
dicated a station of cnlturo , perhaps of
Ho throw oil his pretense of slumber
as the reporter dropped Into the scat and
glanced np as though pleased with the
change of companions.
"Beastly travel this ; horrlblo crowd ,
eh ? " ho said in friendly tonoo and to the
reporter's aisont npon the point , contin
ued , "I missed the regular train and was
forced to this dreadful moans of gottlug
to Omaha to-night. I continue then
eastward on the first morning train. "
Ho conversed pleasantly and engaged
tbo reporter's Interest In many narratives
of bis experience. At last wrought to a
confidential mood ho declared himself
about to reveal a bit of life history
which , as the plot was ready to consum
mate , ho would for the first time divulge ,
seeking the trial of its first Impression
npon a stranger's oars.
"My name , " ho said In unbalance , "is
Edward L. Laman , at least it was such a
dozen years ago. For moro than a decade -
cado I have usud the title K. L. Edwards ,
it has ( sufficed for all purposes in a Coast
Ringo town. I am a Tonnosseoan by
birth and miny years of residence. la
1872 1 entered my fortieth year blessed
in the possession of a dear wife and a
family of four children , three boys and a
girl. I was prosperous , even wealthy ,
tbo owner of five hundred acroa of the
finest farm land In Marshall county and
an account In bank which made my
uamo good at any moment for a clear
$200,000. Ono day I drove over to
Columbia , the county neat of Muary ,
the adjoining county , intending there to
take the train for Nashville. I sent
homo my driver and took quarters fur
the evening until train tirao at the amall
hotel there , Seated In the office reading
a Nashville papar , my eye fell npon a
brief telegraphic statement of the sudden
disappearance of a wealthy resident of
Baltimore. Now , ever since my boy
hood I had straggled against
a penchant to become a Crusoo or a
Monte Orlsto , to hedge myself abou1 ;
with mystery and perform the deoda of
romance. This fooling I now bsllove to
have been a spooled of dementia I ob
tained by heredity. My father and my
ucclo , both Virginia men , Indulged In aach
performances. Father never returned
but wo discovered that ho had lived In
Francs for many years after lowing ui.
My uncle came back In
about five years broken In
health from long sieges of jangle fever
contracted In India.
"I can not detail the abnormal mental
process through whlchl passed but seated
there In that dimly lighted hostlery the
inclination of my life-time had grown to
an impulsa which I could not withstand.
Nay , would not then opposed if I could.
I felt conscious of Insanity , I could feel
that my eyes shone with a mad llghl
and yet I was possessed of a coolness and
deliberation which I to-day look npon as
diabolical. I chuckled as my plans took
shape and experienced an oxhlleratlon
which , but for my great self-control ,
would have broken out in shouts and
laughter then and there. In a half hour ,
which brought the tlmo up to 930 ; , the
train being due at 10 o'clock , ]
had the whole wild projeol
mapped ont to the smallest detail. With
a flippant ease which was hardl my OWE
I received my luggage from th landlord
and bade him farewell with a cordiality
which doubtless surprised him. I exulted
In a Bonse of superiority which the solo
postoislon of my secret gave mo , and ]
was almost constrained to chuck his angu
lar chin and pake his ribs as I went enl
of the door announcing that I wonld
walk to the depot.
' 'Out In the darkness , secure from ob
servation in the quiet town , I swiftly
crossed the street and entered an alloy.
There with a gleo'whlch og in but nar
rowly missed lend vocal expression , I
quickly sot to work upon the first portion
of the plan. I wrenched open my satchel
and scattered Its contents far and wide.
I tore my coat Into a thousand fragments
and Btroivod the private papers In my
pocket over the ground. Thus half de
nuded I completed the oiago setting I
had made the scene of a murder. Mock-
log the performance of some sacred rite ,
1 stood for a moment In the narrow lane ,
and raising my hands to the star-lit sky
declared that Edward Loman was
dead. I dashed away A delirious tear
which sought to testify the crazy grief I
almost felt for my own demlte and hast
ened away. I tramped nearly 200 miles
tor although I had some § 50 in my
pocket I spout nothing of It except once
to purchase a seedy coat for a few cents
from a farmer. At latt with a week's
beard and my barbarous attire for a dis
guise I reached Memphis. A year of toll
at various rough avocations to which I
hid been unuiod brought mo to Califor
nia. I wont to work in the mlnos at Ne
vada City , and by good luck have in
tbosa twelve * years amassed a fortune
quite as large us the ouo I loft. I have
heard no word from my family and aiso-
clatlons of my past , no former friend his
recognized me lu the was * . I luve
altered much In appearance and now In
my now IKo I return Ignorant of whut
awaits mo Changes mint have oc
curred , but I am Rlrded against all mr-
pruo3 , nothing caa lu the leaet perturb
mo , Bed If tha miserable fate of Enoch
Arden la mine I even then shall bo
oDntent Glvo mo your card nd l will
write jou you , whom although a total
utraiiger , 1 ha > eby irroiponslbUlmpnlif ,
such ai have actuated mo all through life ,
taken Into a sacred confidence , "
Skipped With the " 3npor . "
Buchimn & Wlleon , installment jaw-
era In the Arlington block , are clever
< entlemiu , but they have had one or two
fxperlenosa with employes of a most ne-
satltfactory character. Ono of their
men , named Olark , skipped last spring
with a tray fnil of gold watches , and now
two of their men , Martin Herman and
A. H. Wolnborg have fled with several
Items of jewelry. AH of thrio wares
were of the finest stock , and the firm
suffers much annoyance by their loss.
OAENIVAL3 TOR ? ; OROUKS ,
Tlio Two Fairs anil the Pickpockets
In Attendance VenA Oorwoll'B
"Uull" and Hl Letter from
Jo tin Slioody.
01 all the nttraotlons for pickpockets ,
confidence men and crooka of every de
scription , the Omaha fair of last week
and the state show now in progress at
Lincoln take the first places in Nebraska
So numerous did they bacomo hare
that the association was compsllod to cm-
ploy secret service and largo numbers ol
suspects ware put ont of the grounds.
The Omaha polbomon wore also on the
qul vivo , and distinguished themselves by
effectually suppressing the public annoy
ance and lots. In Lincoln , however ,
where the qood weather hni pormlttod n
larger nttondrxnoothieves , thnga and black
lego strarm with full license. The con
stabulary are unable to master the situa
tion , and although scores of arrests hive
been made , the howls from swindled or
plundered people continue to bo hoard.
Thcso crooks , for the greater part , con
stitute ono gang under the the leader
ship of Fond Corwoll , ono of the brightest
st a among light-fingered gentry.
Ho is notorious beyond parallel In the
manipulations of his craft and his success
in avoiding criminating dotoclion. Dar
ing the fair hero last week , ho approached
Marshal Gummlngs on the grounds , as
that officer with Captain Sullivan and
Policeman O'Boyle , stood Inn group con
versing. Pond ( bo Is bast knonn by
that name ) Introduced himself to the
marshal , stating what his business donirea
"I'll ' give you , " ho aild , addrostlnj
the chief , "three Lu drcd dollars for
permission to work tha town unmo
The marshal , drawing his watch , re
plied testily , "I'll give you just one-hall
hour to got yoursalf and your gang oil
these grounds , and nntll nightfall to g lent l
ont of town. So commence to gather
your men and move. "
Pond wanted to debate the point a
minute. "Why , so far as that la concerned -
corned , ! don't c rj much ; I have a letter -
tor here from John Shoody inviting mete
to Lincoln , and I can po there , but ]
wonld like to give Ojiaha jnst a Ilttlo
touch to put In the tlmo. " Thus saying ,
the man produced from hla pocket a let
ter advising him to como on to Lincoln ,
and signed with John Shcedy's name.
He , doubtless , has gene there , for the
big show la attended by a liberal sprink
ling of his ilk.
PHYLLIS AND JOE DAYI3 ,
The Gre"t Trottlnj ; Race S turilny--
Special Trains A Turfman
on State Fair
Horaomon are beginning to take quite
an interest in the raca between Joa
Da via and Phyllis which cornea off at the
fairgrounds Saturday , anda considerable
money has been posted on the result
Phylls , owing to her fjtst VecDrd , is a
slight favorite with the bo1. ting men , bu
the backers of Joe Divls are numerous
and put up their money with a confidence
seldom soon. The indications are that it
will bo the hottest race ever trotted in
the west , and there are intny men in
town willing to wager that with a gooc
day and track 2:18 : will bo beaten.
A local turfman , who was found yes
terday , aaid :
"I hoar the Lincoln people last night
decided to hold their fair over Saturday.
This is hardly a fair deal toward Omaha.
Last week when we had beastly weather ,
and every possible excuse for running
our fair over into this week , the direct
ors goneronily concluded to shut down
Saturday night so as not to confl'ct with
Lincoln , and afford horsemen and exhib
itors a chance to get there in time. Now
when wo have a race sot for a day after
the Lincoln fair , and they have had a
whole week of fine weather , they decide
to keep their ahow running in opposition ,
This looks to mo very much like hoggishness -
ness , and I hope that the men who are
responsible for it will bo made to under
stand it. "
All the roada centering in Omaha have
made a round trip rate of one and one-
third fare for Saturday , and the pros-
poets are that the city will be crowded
with people from adjacent towns. The
Union Pacific will sell tickets from the
Broadway station at Oonncil Bluff * and
return Including admission to the
grounds , for seventy-five cents , and oth
er roada will bo equally liberal.
Ho Could ctpoll.
Ono of the teachers in a South Omaha
school relates a Ilttlo experience of the
weokpatt. Ho wss enrolling the scholars
when among them he came ncrots a
Ilttlo Plattadouschcr with bright eyes and
a shock bead. Ho was evidently an im
portatlon , for as good as his Dutch might
be his English was lame In the extreme.
"What's your name , Hltlo boy ? "
"Auguet Cr-r-rupholo , " ho repeated
with a rich roll of the "r. "
"Spoil It , plowc. "
After btiog told in hla native
tongue by an urchin oampanion
what "epeH" meant , ho assumed a
thoughtful expreseion and scratching his
Itead pronounced with measured delibera
tion something as follows :
"Augnst , yon got dat Dan August
Gr-r-r-inp-Uayha-und a ho-nnd a hole
Ho la properly enrolled.
The work of paving and guttering
South Thirteenth street now under con
tract to James Fox was brgunWednotday ,
The paving will extend from the Union
Paclfie tricka to Hickory street and
will probably be oommoncodthls fall.
The work of psvlng the streets around
: he exposition building has commenced ,
The material to ba used U aiphalt aud
the streets to ba pjyoJ are Fourteenth
and Fifteenth from Oapltol avcnno to
Davenport , and Oapltol avcnno from
Fourteenth to Sixteenth.
A Buiclior Itco.
At Harris it Fisher'd packinghouse ,
the other diy , tire bntsbera were cot tu
work at a ipeod contest in dressing beef ,
The beeves were skinned and dressed In
narket style , the work balog completed
n seven minutes and thirty seconds from
tha time the csrcauea wcro bridged up.
HUMORS OFSTBIKES ,
Unconfirmed Reports of Bud Feelings
Between the Knights of
nil the Union FACtflo
Other K ll Mutters ,
It was hoard nt rations Intervals on
the streets yesterday that the Knights of
Ltbor were preparing to take lomo no
tlon Against the Union Pacific. At noon
yesterday the minors \roro ro-enforcec
by tclograma from Chicago requesting
a nUtomont of the exact situation , am
alleging that it was currently roportet
that the Knights of Labor had ordered a
general strike of the Union Pacific em
ployes. The men at the shops
yesterday and the operating forces wore
quietly at work and all Knights of Libor
to whom the qaes'ion was put denied any
knowledge ot bad feeling existing between
tweon the employe * and the company.
TUB BELT IUI1WAY.
In talking yesterday with S. H. U
Olark It was loirned tlut work npon the
Omaha Bolt railway Is being actively
pushed , The now engineer carpi eon
out day before yesterday has bon pn
upon the work of locating the line north
of the city. Mr. Olark siya that the
greatest Impediment to rapid progress is
fonnd In the task of nstnbltshlng title to
the right of way as the line progresses
The procots of transferring of property
thus occnplbd Is a slow and tedious job
SOMETHING ABOUT THE C. P.
In the face of President Adams' denla
that the Union PaciSc has borrowed
money of the land department with
which to provide for the floating debt the
Boston Tramcrlpt , a paper that is
thought to bo In favor with the Union
Pdcltio shareholders , toys :
Wo bsllove those to bo the facts :
1. That Messrs. Lee , Hlgglnson & Go.
Kledor. Peabody & Co , have purchascc
of the Union Pacific railway company the
throe millions of bond nosots usually up
peering In the Union Pacific's floating
debt statement. These wcra stated Ir
the last quarterly report of the Union
Pacific as of the value of § 3,107,401 , Juno
2. That § 3,000,000 hold by Mr. Fred
L. Amos , na trustee of the land grant ,
has boon deposited In a trust company In
Now York npon Interest at 2i per cent
3 That the Union Pacific Rail pray
company has borrowed from the tame
trust company at 3i per cent , $3,000 ,
000 for three years , upon S4.CCO.OOO of
St. Joseph and Grand Island first mort
gage 0 per cant bonds as security , with
an option of prepijmant.
1. That the Union Pacific la now pre
pared to piy or prepay all of Us out
standing notes , which amounted two
months ago to abave § 7,000,000.
5. That the Union P cfis ! Riilway
company Js now in no danger by reason
of its floating Indebtedness.
NOTE3 AND 1'BKSONALS.
The Union Pacific announces a now
rate of 50 cents on birloy from oil points
In Utah ( outtiio of pool points ) , to the
The Union Pacific makes special rate
to ell points In Idaho on lumbsr 0. L.
$1 per 100 pounds ; en Rashdoors blinds
window-frames , etc. ( with or wlthon
lumber ) , 0. L. , § 1 59 per 100 pounds.
They are bo&atlng out In Omaha over a
ton train that has just been run ever the
Union Pacific. It consisted of thirteen
cars , and made the 1032 miles from
Ogden to Omaha In 45 honre. Thebes
judges of tea disapprove of its bain ;
drawn In that way. Philadelphia Bullo
The "Railroader" contains , rel
atlve to the Omaha lodge of the
Brotherhood of Railway Brakeman , the
following letter date of Aug. 28 : "Wo
bavo a B. of R. U. ledge In this city
which wo are very proud of. It Is callot
J. G. Boyct Ledge No. 135 In honor o
our train -master. B. B. Ray Is pas
master ; H. E. Woltflog , master ; Joi
O'Byrne , secretary ; W. fl. Alcorn , vlco
master ; J. S. Oatsldy , conductor ; W.
0. Campbell , chtphln ; J. W. Sullivan
O. G. ; Win. McGavid , I G. Lodge la In
flourishing condition. " BEE BEE.
The same exchange contains the fol
lowing onterestlog bit : "Abbreviation
In writing is moat aesirablo , and In this
respect the greatest Improvement has
been obtained In the language of th (
rail. There can bo no higher form o
language , either oral or wrltton , than
that which the moat briefly and forcibly
expresses our thoughts. The 'Railway
Age' suggests a very sensible Improve
ment In abbreviating the word 'Rail :
road. ' Instead of using tbo abbreviation
'R. R.,1 me the letters 'Rd.1 The sug
gestion is an excellent one and the Railroader
reader will endeavor to conform to the
rnlo as far as possible. Will our corre
spondents kindly do the same ? "
Omaha Crowns at Lincoln.
The regular morning train of the B.
&M. , which haves at 8:10 : , and the
special which follows an hour
later , have been crowded with
visitors from Omaha to the state f.'lr now
In prop-rota at Lincoln. Woinesday morn
ing'a delegation was particularly largo ,
even standing room bilng at a premium
from tha stnrt. On the return trip In the
evening the train pulled out of Lincoln
with eleven coaches , every ono filled to
Its utmostcipnclly with throngs standing
packed In the aisles. It was a me at nn-
oamfortablo ride until the various way
station ) had claimed numbers of the pas
sengers as their own and lef c some room.
Yesterday , alto , dcspito the threaten
ing Wfathur , the trains out of hero wcro
It is unanimously agreed that this liberal
patronngo of the slate fair by Omaha
people is a most worthy and plotslng
tribute of Nebraika'a metropolis to its
cipltal city. The special trains will be
run from hero to-day upon the same
schedule that hag been observed all week.
In tbo exhibits Omaha and Douglas
county ore well represented. Tba me
chanical and artistic Industries of the city
and the products of the couaty's fields
md faring are only end but Ilttlo excelled
by the showing"of Lincoln and Lancaster ,
right at hand.
"Yom Ulpimr , "
To day beicg the day which oarroj.
widrf with the tenth day of the Hebrew
seventh month cillod "Plthr ! , " tha He-
irew paoplo will calebrato the "Day of
Atonement , " which obaervaaod h In ac
cordance with the biblical Injunction "To
observe as a fast day the tenth day of thf
no veil th month. " Tha total abitlnonco
of food la not the only /datura of this
IBJ'a solemnities Every Hebrew loyal
n his allegiance to his filth dovotoj tha
entire day at the tyuagogne. The pray
ers used In the Hebrew ritual for the De
cision are pathetic- and awe-Inspiring
L'ho Jeirlih builnots houioi will be clewed
rora Friday eve to Saturday eve.
Divine services at the Jovlih tempi
Where , OHW ! ere
IB the man who has not already made a purchase at the great saving bank for mankind , or where is ho
who has not his own interest at heart at least enough to , I want to
ba say economical cnouch to not
extravigaut in spending my earnings and not fict full value.
C < 7rforw rd ud d V ° * . ° n ht , with the justice ho owes him-
D Sl1JmnYlnn ° rmltMnSnCti ° n T9 * Tlllor Pn ° ? tm ( accumulate wealth , and through bad man-
hf fdThlt Xh iSSSl Startlllg P ° inb Hfe' th ° a When lfc h"3 pwwn l ° ° lntoman
iVfn * - - - . .By I see plain y where I made my mistake. It is said man cm ba in
duced to do almost anything for money , i6 there is found enough at stake. Why will rann then not
strive to economize in his . ? IndTiceii
dealings. Certainly nno hundred pd cent will prove an nt f
CU turullcw "fc awaits at the
g you Saving Bank of man-
lections in clothiuggat
the PBIDB OP
Until you have made a thorough inspection of those most elegant Merchant Tailor Misfit and Uncalled
andS SS gamentiJ ? t0 be S ° ld at le-S thau the co < t o makifle. e'lual ' to any' surpassed by none ,
AT THE ONLY MISFIT
1119 FAEMAM , 1119 ,
Until 9 O'Olock.
commence to-night at 7 o'clock
at which tlmo R bbl Benson will lectur
upon the subject of "Tho Spirit of On
Ago , " based upon the text , "Watchman
what of the night ? ' The public la cor
A Suspected Spiritualist.
John Maxwell was formerly a notorious
crook and has served ono or more terms in
the penitentiary but Is cow a peaceful resi
dent of this city , engaged at his home on
Oapltol avenue at the profitable indnstr ;
of giving spiritualistic seances to th
croduloua. The police have never fel
confident of John's reformation , and as i
was deslrablo that all the members o
the force should know him , the opportu
nity was Bolzed of arresting
him as a suspicious character ont of i
crowd of well-known crooks. When ar
raigned In police court yesterday he
took recourse , as a defense , to hla pow
ers of oratory , which have so often proven
his salvatfon in the hour of extremity.
He stated that ho was a reformed ,
moral man , the sole guardUn and sup
port of his aged mother. Ho practiced
black art for a living and named sovora
prominent c'lizsna ' who had Bought him
as oraclo. The Judge , after connecting
the man to maintain a good bohavlor f jr
the sake at least of his tronblo-worn
mother , dismissed him.
Tha TallJot-Merrlnni Hbol Oaso.
The Talbot-Mcrrlam llbal case was on
yastorday'a police court docket , and it had
boon hoped by the many morbidly anx
ious to BOO this matter ventilated that it
would como to ( rial. But , In the ab-
acnco of District Attorney Estollo , the
prosecution was without counsel , and a
postponement was neooasitated. AH soon
as Mr. Estollo returns , ho with Gon.
Cowiu , attorney for the defense , will de
cide npan a data of hearing.
TIMKEN SPRING UEriiCLES.
OVEfZ 40O.OOO , . ( N USE.
t Itlilinif VrMrlf nut tr. JUdrs ns
vttacuo | xreurn. lwo ' 1 Ijo - irUct.'H
tliurten iu > ntinirti > tl > e rulil Ihoycany. Kquallr
wrl' n.liipti il in intthli cuitnlr > ruuilM rind
tine di it ( ixoiuli ; , Aiii ili.rnri > i ) mill mid by
Uil loadlas Cr-i'hio itulitlrru mill DtulL-rif
Seventeen years Experience ,
DR. O.W.P ANGLE
leader ol Dlaeuei ol ICen anl Woinun. Eeleotrl
Mftgnetlo nd Herballet PhyslJan Now located
1210 Uoufl.aSt OmaU , Neb , up etalri.
L correct dlaenoili Klrtn without any explaniUon
roia tbe patleu t Ccneultttlou ( roe at oILoa.
/ Treat the Following Diseases.
Catarrh ol the Head. Disease * ol the Eye and
! ar. Heart Pl ea o , Luor Coujplilnt , Kldnty Coin-
Umt , NcrvBunUebllltv , Sfcntil Deprewlon. Louol
lanbood , Diaboty , llrlght'a Diutaie , St Vltue
> ance. Itbeumat'aiD ' , I'araljili , While Bwclllogi
crofula , Fever Sorus. Uanceri and Tumori remove
dwllboultbe knife , or the drawing ol a drop ol
ilood. Woman , with her delicate oKani , Restored to
lealtb. Dmoay Cured W tbout Tapping , Bpeclal
AtUintlOD Olr in t * fflvate and Veaeieal lU age4 ol
11 Kindt , Tape VForm Itemoved D two or three
cars or No fay , Ilemmoribold * or Filet Cured 01
o Chiracs ITade.
Those who ar afflicted will lave II'e auct hue
red ) ol dolUrt by oilllotf on ui uiiay
OK.U , Vi.IUKOLR ,
Dr. I'aDgU'a Celebrate ! Herbil Bemotllia. Cc > i-
wpod ac < t SolicitJ < .
Thti powder cover varies. A marvel o ! etrcnlh
nd wholcsnmODOfs. Mote ooonomlol than tbe or
dinary kluda , and cannot ha sold In competition
with thomultttuiootlow lest , short weight and
phesohats powders. Sold only In caEB.no > al
Powder C0..1CB Wall St. , N. Y.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS , "
"Sf the iiiliabitants of great cities
could sec the filth that is concealed in
the water which they use , and trace
every drop and particle to its source ,
disgust and nausea would be sufficient
New York Times , July 20,1885 ,
"Thepurity of APOLLINARIS
offers the best security against the
dangers which are common to most
of the ordinary drinking waters.- '
london Medical Eccord.
Of allGreet rt , Drufeiilt , . .W . Il'at. Dtattrt ,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ,
rOrt TH E TUIUTJIK4T OY iU
CHRONIC AND SURGICAL DISEASED
The largest Mocllcnl 'nntltulo West of
JttT roomi for the ncoomodatlon of jmtlentj Th <
lijilrlan and burzeon In clmrk'uef thu Inttltutn hai
tad elxuen > tara' of fincccnnful ilractlct , and It aldea
Ly a litanta of rare expetlcacw u tiieUtlltl * In
th lr Tatloni d paitmenti.
UKiTiruaCiKCiii.iHon Ueformltltl and Brarei , Dl'Cil
B8 \VOUKV. . ril i. Tumor * . Cancirl , Cttarrb , liroacbl
l > , Inhaltilon , ElwtrleUr , PiraljiU. EpIUpiKldujr
( ; r rSkln n < 1 BlooJ nW.ci , Write for
PniVATE CIRCULAR TO MEN
on runtic. Bruui and SIKTOCS Cl > ii , b mlo
WeakoMi , 8p r alorrli a. Btplillli , ( JlMt , Hirlcitir * . Varl
oculeaadall d'j0a e * of the Urlnarj aod 8exual orjtia *
: treated b/coireipoDil < oc , or 1'erioonllj. UmDdtulU !
Uedleloei tee < broallor espren wlih ul aarki lo lodl
lleeonlcQl' or i 0J ( r , Adr * i allUtUr * t6
( ( MillUBUIIUI. . 1ND snilQICAL JNHTITU7X.
± OltUUL , 3 ?
Railway Time Table
All trains nrrfvo at and depart from Omaha
by Central Standard time.
Trains of the 0. , St. P. , M. & 0. , arrive at
and depart Irorn tholr depot , corner of 14th
and Webster streets ; trains on the B. & M.O.
B. & Q. and K. O. , St. J. & O. B.from - tho-
B , & M. depot ; all others from the Union Pa
a , dally ; b , except Saturday ; c , except Sun
day ; d , except Monday.
OMAHA BRIDGK TIIAINS ,
DUMMT Tfuixs Lena Omaha t 0 Z6 , 7 25 , 8 W ,
10 00,1115 a m , 1 ! 50 , 2 01 , S 00 , 4 0) , 165 , 6 55 , anil
11 lOpm. On Sunday ! the 7 25 an HO 00 a m , uid
2 30Mil 4 CO ( i m train ! cbnot run.
Lcavo Council iluHdDroidway ) ( ilspot ) at 0 0 ,7 C6
980,103) , 11 O am , ; IS ) , 2 3) , 3 80 , 423,0 25 , 0
aad 11 < S p m. On Suadsyi tha 7 55 asd 10 SO m
&ad23Sanll23pmtriln9 will not run.
TnntfiT Trains-Lo\YO Omaha at 8 15 , 8 63 a m , ;
12 35,2 20 , 4 20 , 03 , and 7 (0 p m cUily.
Atrltoat845indlll5a m. , 120 , 313,735 and
To and from Chicago rla Tilptrtlta Alliance.
8TOOIC YARDS TJIAINS.
Tlmo Table ol l'igaen tr Trains lotwoon Grab *
nnd Union Stock Yards , lu tfltct , Widoeiday , AUK.
l' , 18E6-
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