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2 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNtTAY , MAY 15. 1887.-TWELYE PAGES.
CHICAGO LABOR TROUBLES
A Mammoth Meeting of Western Buildoi
' Hold in that City.
A BIG KICK ON TRADES UNIONS
JJopca Entertained Ity the Contract
orH thnt the Huiircino Honil of
tliu Bricklayers will IU-
countonnnco thn Strike.
In the Unnks.
CHICAGO , May 14. frjpcclal Telegram the t
\ho HII : : . ] Over TOO members of the llullder
nml Traders' exchange met to-day nntl h
tlorscil tins action of the Master .Masons' a1
Boclntlon In declaring a lockout In thu build
Ing tr.ulri. Tlio meeting was liarmonlou !
enthusiastic and conllflunt of bcinc afolo t
break Mwii the power of thu trade's union :
JiOtifMKifora the hour act builders , contract
ors and men Inturestod In the maniifactur
ud Halo of building material of every kin
bcKRti to assemble In thu rooms of thu ei
change. "Thu strlku won't lost a week ,
Haul one of them , "I've been a brlcklayo :
journuyman , foreman and contractor heifer
for twenty years , and 1 know just what I'l
talking about. The bricklayers are msiklni
the bl.'Kust mlstnku ever imuln by any bed
of workltiKinun In any city. For a little , li
_ Bignllicant point they are just uolng to dc
'ntroy their oruanUallon beyond hope of r <
covory. Tlioy Iiavo a powerful union , It I
ftrue , and heretofore they Iiavo lia
mil their demands grunted at onci
mut this time thuy Iiavo made a fatal mlstal ;
.and they Iiavo forgotten the oxlstcnco of th
( international union. The main hope of tL
master mason's IH that the internatlom
bricklayers' union wlllrcfusotocountcnanc
! the.stilku. ChlciiKonntl San Francisco nr
the only cltli'S In the United States wlici
thu local bricklayers' union Is not altlllntc
with the International. It is claimed thin
is a Htron ( Voting of enmity between th
two orKanl/.atlnii9 growing out of the fa <
that the Chicago union rofn.scd to recoinl'
thu "working cards" of ttio Intornatlom
mid compelle < l every orlcklayor who came t
thu city to pay 8J5 Initiation leu before al
lowing him to work. It Is thought that ai
application to the International lor men b
the bouses , oltlinr directly or through an a <
vertlhuuient , will Hood tlio town with brlcl
layers who will Ignore the loci
union. Tim committees who hav
charge of the work of sccurin
signatures to the non-welling agrri'miu
repoit great success , only three brlckmakei
liavlng refused to algn wntiti asked , In cal
Ing the mooting to order , President Tanpi
Bald : "it is tlmn when the builders an
traders uxchango sliall bn heard In regard I
the-so labor questions. The business of tli
city Is materially Injured , and has boon f (
, , the last throu or four years , and It Is almo
imHsslblo | to continue business under tli
present circumstances. To-day , probabl ;
lias been inaugurated onn of the srcatei
Strikes that lias ever been known In the ell
of Chicago. Kvery mumberof thlsexchanR
every citizen of the city of Chicago , Is Into
t ested In this strlku. Every man that owns
dollar' * worth of property In the city or evi
oxpecls to. Is Interested. If this thing is g <
Ing to contlnuu business will bo driven froi
( the city and will eo soinewhoi
i -lso. Now , thu community leaves this matti
to you and you are well able to take rare i
It. I know thnt after this meeting Is over v
fihall bo hoard by every one and not bo mi
taken by the public. " A number of speechi
- . i in the same btraln were made , and a serli
of resolutions , setting forth the cause of tl
Etrlku and the employers position , we :
ndoptod. The chairman then read the follov
ing dispatch from William II. Say wood , sc
retary of the Master Uutldeis' association i
' Boston :
"Wo are watching your cause with tl
greatest Interest and sympathy. IniUvldu
. liberty must be sustained at any cost. *
I Three cheers and a tiger were given whc
the meeting adjourned.
A cruat meeting of the locked out brlcl
layers and stone cutters was held at thcsan
time in battery I > . There were fill
" ,500 men present , Tlio result of the HIM
ng was thu adoption of the following res
in Ion :
"itosolvod. That wo strictly stand bv o' '
decision to demand a Saturday pav day , at
will rotiiMUo work on other terms. "
So both sides are Him.
? | THE U. I' . INVESTIGATION.
Bloro Intcri'Htlnj ; Testimony Given R
faro the Conimlnnion.
NKW Yonic , May 14. Botoro the Pad
jallway commlssian to-day Charles W. lla <
lor. In 1B79 and 1SSO member of the linn
Hassler & Co. , brokers ut No. 7 Wall stre <
testified that lie was Interested in the i
organization of the St. Josei/U & Denver ni
was familiar with its earnings , ro ] > 6rts bolt
made at his olllco weekly. In the year 18
there was a balance of a few hundred dolln
after paying the operating expenses ai
( axes. "Iliad transactions with Jay don
with reference to the securities of the Ka
ens & Nebraska.and St. Joseph & Wester
Jn 1878 Mr. Could offered 10 cents and lat
SO cents , but I thought it n fair gamble
bold them. Eatly In 1879 ( Sould said i
could take all of the bonds , 'with trimming
for 4 cents , and his proposition w
ncuoptcd. 1 bold 100,000 of them and act
" ( is agent lot thu other bondholders In the
delivery. I think the whole amount mil
have been JS.'W.OOO. I have reason for i
nicmUoring these transactions , for we we
t disgusted with our bargain when we foui
' these securities advancing In price so rapid
after we had parted with them. "
Henry Vlllnrd , ono of thn receivers of tl
i Kansas Pacific. testified : "I represented t
bondholders of the Kansas I'acilic In t
pool , but had no personal Interest , thotii
ray name appealed as a holder of 10,0
nharcs. You \\ili see that nty signature do
not. Mr. ( loiild purchased of the St. Lei
lioldcis at thu pool prlco. I remember tl
because they were so disgusted when the s
curltlus began to rise in the market so soi
after they had disposed of them. T
Wlco was U ! > - emits for stout
Ithink the gross earnings
the Kansas Pacllic and Donv
1'acllic during my receivership was a lit
more than SMH-Upuo. When I took charge
was In a wrecked condition , no money bel
put Into repairs. The road , In fact , earn
about half of Its fixed charges , 1 am cc
vlnced that thn consolidation of the llni
'Pacihoand Kansas 1'uciticwag an advai
ngeous arrangement for the latter company
bo taken under tlio wings of the former. L
( iV for Its ( teslrablllty to the Union 1'acltlc
t am not prepared to state. I nuvor held
share of Union Pacific .securities , and com
v quently had no interest in it , but 1 know t
nrQii80lldatlon was of great advantage to t
r Kansas Piicllic. The terminal competitl
; , between the lines was an element of strong
r to both. "
The commission adlournod alter the oxa
elnatlon of Villard till Tuesday.
fir The prlutod report of Chief Accounts
Richard tbtevons , adopted and approv
by tlio commission In executive session M
rC , Rivus a tabulated statement of the Inforii
sllon required bv the act of congress , and , I
the purpose of obtaining such Informutlc
suggests the employment of twoaccountan
fonu each to prenaro statements of the tin :
tclal condition of the Union I'acilic ami Ci
tral 1'acllic to the present time , these i
i couutantsto employ assistants ; also the e
iiloymont Immediately of two accountants
Jioston , two at- San Kranclsco , and ono
, ' Washington , with two clerks at Boston a
n like number at San Francisco.
* Ex-Sheriff Miller's Butt.
CHICAGO , May II. [ Special telegram
tlio HT.K.J Kx-SherllT Miller , of Omaha ,
' . day tiled a bill in the federal court to lui
the judgment set aside by which Halm
Lowy and Lewis Cole , ills son-in-law , i
possession of a stock of dry goods of La ;
.b. Smith , who failed In Omaha in 1SS5 a
lied to Canada , where he now Is. llo ui !
k , bill of sale of the stixk to Lowy to dcf ra
( w 'Ills ci editors nml Lowy aslgnod It to Co
Shnrlir Miller had taken possesilon of It
creditors' attachments and Coloreplevlned
tin the trial ol thu repkn in suit the evidei
'was not strong enough to expose fraud a
\Co\v \ bocurcd judgmunt and has sold 1
stock , valued at SMtooo : , for S7S.OOO In p
suance ot a fnuuUilont t > cht me. Doing s ,
from arrest , Smlch has contused to his crt
ttors the fraudulent character of thuconvt
once to Lowy and ShurilT .Miller asks fo
' ) rehearing ot the replevin suit on the cron
of newly discovered evidence ami llles a
davits by Smith and 11. U. Jvunyon , his mr
UK * the dutall * of the alleged frai
AilitltlonalOetnlUor tlio Ocstructlo
Hy the Htorlii.
BI.OB iji-niNO ? , Nub. , May 14. ( Special I
the DEE. ] The terrific cyclone of last over
Ing , which resulted In the destruction of tl
new school house hero as telegraphed la
night , also proved disastrous to oil.or bulli
Ings. After blowlnz down the school btilli
Ing the cyclone next struck the M. E. churcl
blowing the steeple down and otherwise in
jurlng It. Several barns were blown dowi
residences damaged by the wind , and tree
along Main street snapped on" by the root
The Association hall loof was blown off , an
tlio sheds and lumber at the Union lumbi
yards scattered to the four winds ,
largo tuition wood tree blew down , knocl
Ing elf a corner of John Cornwall
lesidence. At5p.m. thu bolt of llghtnlii
fell which resulted In the death ot Nanc
Uasoru. hhe was sitting on a lounge
stairs looking out of the window when tt
bolt struck her on the biciist-bone , iiassln
down through her , killing her Instantly. Sli
was alonu al the time , her parents liavln
ran to a neighbor's to sen what damage tli
storm had done thorn. When they returns
she was lying on thu lounge as though si
was asleep , but a large holu In the breas
bone , as thoiuh made by a mlnnlu ball , tel
the feariul and sad ending of her young Ilfi
Miss Husoro was twenty years old and
member of thn N. H. church.
The schoolhotw was Insured ngntnst c ;
clone in the MIIII of SS.OOO.
Another Mammoth Concern.
FIIKMO.NT , Neb. , May 14. [ Special to tli
Br.i.I The Patrick HJOS. , of Omaha , ha\
just purchased n tract of 1,400 acres of Ian
north of the city of Congressman Dorsoy an
others. The purpose Is to erect a maminol
cattle barn and nxtenstvo stosk feedln
yards. Thosn will be bullion a commandln
position at the junction of the I'latto an
Klkliorn valleys. These gentlemen have b
ranches in noithem Wyoming. They wl
ship their range steers note , where Ihoy wl
bo fed for market. Their plant will enta
nn enormous outlay , and is a big acqittsltla
to the mammoth concerns located at Fi
Parker Stood Ttictn Off.
XOIITII I'l.ATTK , Neb. , May 14. [ Sped
Telegram to the UKK. | A man supposed '
bo Parker , who robbed Paymaster hash , ws
arrested at ( Jaudy , Logan county , a few da ;
ago. lie had In his possession 87,000 ne
bills of small denominations. When sob
ho was released. After his release tl
authorities camu to the conclusion that 1
\\aHthoiobborandmadoMi attempt to r
ariesl him. but he stood oil a possu of li'
aruicd men and made his escape.
A Ilnslmnd'H llrntnl Act.
HI.UE Srri.vns , Neb. , May 14. jSpeclal
the UEK. | Charles Vogtel pot drunk Thur
day night and some time yesterday mornlr
ho whipped his wife , lie kicked horai
struck her several times In the face , mashln
her mouth tearfully , llo also pulled Ian
bunches of hair out of her head , lie sa ;
that Jealousy was the cause of Ills cruel Iron
ment. Ho was working for J. Hart , tl
butcher , who discharge him.
Heal Entnte Penis.
NoHTir I'LATTK , Neb. , May 14. [ Spccl
Telegram to the UKK.J U. I. lllnman so
100 acres of land adjoining North Platte to
local syndicate for 312.000. Abbott , of Lli
coin , sold to a kansas City syndicate a fort
acre tnirt lying north of the Illinium trai
for 57,000. IJuth sales weio made to-day.
A Prominent Citizen's Death.
HISINOS , Nub. , May 14. [ SpecialTelegra
to the UKK.I William P. Miller , a pron
ncnt cltl7un and f armer , died yesterday
stomach affection. Ho was the main stay
the Lutheran body tieio and his loss Is deep
Almost two days of constant rain pu
crops In good shape hereabout.
WEEKLY BUSINESS KEVIEW.
Ilnttkors Well Supplied and no
nm'crH Exporlonco Lilttls Dinicultj
CIIICAOO , May II. fhjioclal 'lelegram
the liiiJ : : Quite a good demand for mon
] > revalled during the past week and t
market ruled rather firm. Hankers we
moderately well supplied with loanable fun
and borrowurs who weru able to present u
doubted securities or collattorals uxporionc
little dlOlculty in obtaining all the funds i
quired. Hankers , however , pursued a coi
mission course and generally Insisted <
wldo margins. Speculators In grain and pi
visions were moderately free borrowei
though their demand was not as urgent
during tlio previous two weeks. Lumb
merchants have prcjontod a fair amount
paper for discount , and merchants in t
wholesale trade asked for some favors. Son
money was forwarded to the Interior , main
through commission houses , and to small
towns for the movement of grain and 11
stock. In some sections farmers are bu
with their spring seeding and tlio moveme
of farm products to the stations has been smn
Collections are reported quite good In
branches of trade and merchants claim tt
more goods are balug distributed than (
some time past , and considerably in exc <
of the volume ot business ono year an
Hates of Interest are well maintained
C@OK for call and C@S per cent for til
loans , thu inside figures for round sums i
undoubted security. Some business is bel
done on the stieot at about the .same rates
were current last week. In eastern financ
circles the demand for money is fair from i
sources and tliu stiuply of moroy is sul
ciently plenty to accommodate borrowers
reasonable rates of Intoiost. Advices frc
the principal ilnanclal centers of Europe re
resent money as abundant and rates of I
tnrest extremely low. The cheapness
money abroad tends to encourage I
vestment In American securities , \vlil
command bettor rates of Interest , Ne
York exchange was In talr supp
and the demand was moderately acth
Sales \\uio made between banks at 25 cor
discount to w ceuts premium per § 1,000 , ai
the market closed steady at par. Foroli
exchange was In better supply , owing to tl
Increased shipments of flour , grain , cotto
petroleum and stocks. The demand w
only fair and thu market ruled weak. Shi
pers' sixty days documentary bills on Londi
ruled lower and changed hands at fil.Ki ;
4.85 , and closed steady at S4.8 % 4.S4. lia !
er more Interest centered in thu New Vo
stock market , particularly during the latt
part of thu week. Wall street speculate
gaVu the market considerable attention ai
oiitsldn operators enlarged their bu
ness to soiiio extent. Western sp <
ulatnrs traded more freely
slocks of the railroads loading from Chlcan
Prices ruled comparatively steady early
the week and trailing was only f.ur , but ne
the close a stronger feeling was dovolopi
and higher prices weru realUed for the lea
Ing dividend-paying stocks. Quite a go
foreign demand nruvallcd for bomu of t
principal securities and sales were made
higher prices in foreign financial cento
Sales 6n the Now York stock exchange f
the week aggregated l.WI.OM shares. I
troleum was inclined to quietness early
the week , but prices were moderately w
supported , Later , liowovor , otlerln
were considerably increased and t
market ruled weak , accompanied wl
a marked decline In prices. Openli
sales were made at < W ) < cents , nold at Kl
COJf cents and closed bleady atKiJ/ccn
The loading pioduco markets exhibited co
slderablo activity during the wce-K jti
closed , Speculative trading was fairly i
live , with rather more attention given to t
dcf "i red deliveries , An unsettled feelli
prevailed and prices fluctuated conslderab !
although within a small range. The wentli
loports have been watched closely and i
ports of the condition of the crops art ) er
eity sought for. The weather has bai
spring-like , but very dry in most sections
tliu west , mid there Is llttlu doubt but t
growing crops would bo greatly benefited
treiuiueut showers. Farmers are general
through witli thu seeding of small gral
ami an * now giving their attention to pai !
lug corn. The receipts of grain were mediate
ate at all tliu principal western points will
th'u shipments , especially from the lake pai
\\iTii qultu large. The export demand co
Unties qultu good , and largo qHitntltlcs
flour and giatn are being forwarded to f
elgn markets. The shipping demand on i
count of homo markets was rather lip
Products have been weak mid declining , a :
thoconsumptlvo demand light , both frc
domestic and foreign markets , The rcculv
of live stock have been moderately freu at
thu principal western markets. ' Packing
the west U gradually eular.'iii't' .
DRUBBED BYTHE' DENVER *
The Omaha Gladiators Defeated Testord :
by the Colorado Champions ,
THE BEST GAME OF THE SEASOr
Hasting * Scooped by tlio lilncolns
National hcaguo Tlio l < a Kcyro
Club Shoot Local
The Omaha * Pcfoatcd.
The second of the Denver-Omaha scilos i
base ball games , played yesterday aftcrnoot
was by odiis the prettiest game that has bee
witnessed on tlio homo grounds this scasoi
About 1,000 people were present. . The Del
vers won by a score of 4 to 1 , but had n
ground to boast of stipeilor playing. Han
Salisbury occupied the box for the lion
team and pitched n great game , confining th
visitors to six base hits , though they wei
credited with tun , two men being sent !
bases on balls aud two by being struck t
the pitcher , llarter's catching was a fuatui
of the game. The fielding of the homo tcai
was magnificent Under caught four file
ono ot them whun there were two men ot
and all of tlio bases full. Cenlns 'corrallc
throe files , ono of them after a long run th
btought cheers fiom the flpectatoi
Swift-at second played nicely. Wali
mailo one costly < TIer , but otherwise ) > la\ (
well. In thu hr.st two innings botli of tl
teams failed to score. In the third Innli
thu Delivers scored three runs , and add *
ono to this in thu fourth , while thu homo tea
had to be contented with one run made t
Walsh in the fourth. After the fourth li
nine the playing was brilliant on both sldt
neither team succeeding In scoring. Vo
pitched the game of his life and pu//.led tl
Omaha sluggers In a painful manner. Tl
score in detail was as follows :
O MAI I A. I'OS. AU. . 111. Til. IIS. I'O. A.
Uwver , Ib 4 0 0 0 0 10 0
Walsh ss 4 1 1 2 1 1 a
llartor c t 0 o U 0 3 1
Uourko 8b t 0 0 0 0 3 a
Mussltt rf ! 0 1 1 1 0 0
Swift 2b 1 0 0 0 0 1 a
Genius in i U 1 1 1 3 0
Salisbury. . . . p 3 0 1 1 U 0 3
Totals 30 1 4 5 3 21 12
1IKXVKI1. I'QS. All. It. lit. Til. US. I'O. A.
McSorloy. . . ah 4 0 0 0 0 2 I
Smith Ib 3 1 3 3 0 12 0
Phillips. . . . BS
Voss p 4 1 1 3 1 1 9
Urigga m 4 0 1 1 1 3 0
Totals. . . . 35 4 10 11 4 37 19
HCOIIK 11Y INNINOS.
The score by Innings was as follows :
Omaha 0 00 100000-
Denver 0 03100000-
Huns earned Omaha 0 , Denver 0.
Two-baso hits Walsh , Voss.
Lofton bases Omaha 3 , Denver S.
Struck outBy Voss. 0.
Hases on balls By Voss 1 , Salisbury 3.
Hit by pitchers By Salisbury 1 , Voss 1.
Bases stolen Omaha 3 , Denver 4.
Time of game Ono hour and forty-li
TO-I > AY'B GAME.
The closing game of the series will
played this afternoon , Tlio teams will
positioned as follows :
OMAHA. I'OS IJKNVi :
Krehmoyer c Brig
O'Loary p Hog :
Dwyer 1 Sml
Swift 3 McSorl
Kourko 3 Tobe
Walsh s Plillli
Bader 1 Sll
( ienlns m Meyi
Messltt . . .r. . . Uyi
A Walk-Away For Lincoln.
Lixcor.x , Nob. , May 14. [ Special Te
gram to the BKK. I The game to-day betwe
Hastings and Lincoln was a walk-away f <
the homo team , the visitors only scoring
one Inning. Lincoln's now ultchcr , Mllli
with Dolan , worn the battery for the hoi
team , with Werhle and Hooves occuplng II
positions tor the visitors. Hastings madu
runs In the second inning , wliun , with t\
men on bases , Keevo.s lifted tlio ball for
home run. Lincoln scored four In the thli
five In the fourth , three In the sixth mid tv
in ttio ninth , the score by Innings being :
Lincoln 0 0450 3003-
Hastlngs 0 3000 0000-
The Western LOOKUP.
The following Is the standing of the we ;
orn league clubs to date :
The La Fcvro Shoot.
Theregular shootof the La Fovro ( Jun cli
yesterday afternoon lesultud as lollow.s :
I'ltchott 1100010001 lOdCO IOOIO-
Nilflou 11111 1(011 ( 11101 11111-
tiiniiU uoioi iixioy ootoj oioio-
I'rlnoo 10001 00011 10101 10101-
Oiimtiorluln 00MM 0
Townsoud U1COI 010J1 11101 11100-
Lowla OOKK1 0011)0 ) 1000U 101)10-
Aburcromblo 10000 01010 10010 11110-
Loenl Sportlni ; Notes.
Frank Bundle has been released by i' ' .
Omaha club. The now manager has taki
hold of the affairs ot the club with the e
dent intention of straightening out the i
cent tangle. In this he will have the su
port of the Omaha patrons of the spoij.
O'Learys wrist Is in good form and
will doubtless pitch a great game to-day.
The Omaha Gun club will shoot on Tin
day.Punroso & llardln are dally receiving shl
niunts of pigeons and blackbirds for use
the toumamctit which lieglns hoio Juno 14 ,
National Lonjjuo Games.
PrrTsnuuo , May 14. The result ot t
contest between the Plttsbura and India
apolls teams to-day was as follows :
Plttsburg 0 OOOU0003-
ludlanapolis 0 01001000-
Pltcliers Oalvm and Boylo. Ba
hits Pittsburg 13 , Indianapolis B. Errors
Pittsburg 3 , Indianapolis 3. Umpire
NKW Tonic. May 14. The game I
tween New York aud Philadelphia to-di
resulted as follows :
Now York 0 00000002-
Phlladolphla 0 3313405-
PUchers Itoach and Budlntoii. Base h
Now York 11 , Philadelphia 31. Krrors
Now York 0 , Philadelphia 0. Umpire
CincAno , May 11. Thu game between Cl
cage and Detroit to-day resulted as f (
Chicago 0 10100020-
Detrolt , 2 0000401-
Pilchers Clarkson and Ruiz Jin. Base h
Chicago 3 , Detroit 8. Krrors Chicago
Detroit 0. IJmplre-Uonglw.
BOSTON , May 14. The jtamo between tl
Boston and Washington teams to-day i
suited as follows :
rloston 0 00000103-
Washmglon 0 0 3 o.o . o 0 0 o-
Pitclinrs Con way and O'Day. Base h
Boston 12 , Washington 8. Krrors Best
4 , Washington 11. Umpire Powers.
The American Association.
CINCINNATI , May 14. The game to-di
tx > i\vi-en Cincinnati and Metropolitan i
suited as follows :
Cincinnati. , 0 11001013-
Metropohtan 3 00030300-
Pitctiers Smith and Mays. Base h
Cincinnati IS , Metropolitan 15. Krron
Cincinnati 4 , Metropolitan 5. Umpire
ST. Louis , May 14. The game botwci
St , Louis and UiUtlmura to-day icsultod
S t.'llouis , . . .7 1 0 0 .0 0 0 0 * -
Baltimore 0 10200000-
Pitehers Foutzand Smith. Base hits !
Louis 13 , BattlmoriJ 8. Krrors-St. Loul
3 , Baltimore 4. Umplrq-McQuade.
LOLMMVIM. * , May H. The r me twtwee
Louisville aud Athletic to-day resulted a
folows : , ,
Athletic 1 01 I'O ' 0 1 0 0 1-
Loulsvillc . . . .o 0 p a , 0 'J o 0 0 0
Pltchers-Neal and Atkinson. Hiwelill
AthU-tlc 12 , Loulsflllofi. Krrors-Athletl
3 , Louisville 2. Umplie-Cuthbert.
Ci.KVKt.AND , May 14 ; The game to-d
between Clevuland sail Brooklyn resulted o
follows : ,
Cleveland 0 , -
Brooklvn 0 * -
Pltchers-Sweenoj * 'and ' Harklns. B.v
hlts-Clevoland 10. qirtmklvn 13. Errors-
Cleveland 4 , Brooklyn 4. Umplro-Knlgh
Dm Molno.s Downs Dntiith.
DKS MOISKS. la. , May 11.-Special [ Tolc
gram to the Br.K.I Des Molnes beat Dulut
to-day In a very pretty game , marked b
good playing on both sides. The fohowln
is the score by Innings :
Des Mollies 1 -
Dullltll 3 -
TI1IO KLKHOKN KIGHT OP WAY
It Will Cost $2 I , 0i. : 10 ns fur its A1 |
| > ral8iHl.
The commissioners of appraisement c
property condemned by the committee on th
petition of the Fremont , Klkhoin & Mlssou
Valley railway company , for a right ofa
into Omaha , have made a report to Judc
McCulloch. The commlssloneis are : (
Hartman , Clark Woodman , Joseph Kedmar
J. K. Klloy , A , H. Dufiesno and Jolm Uusl
They make awards upon property as follows
James Brady , 4 4'MOO acres , at SOO per acn
James G. Brown , G7-100 of an aero , c
SiMX ) , 81C7 : .
Charles Fleck , 2.V100 of an acre , at SSO , S3
Mary K. Overlander , ono aero , 550.
Mrs. M. J. Uawklnson , 8 33-10J acres i
§ 50. S100.
M. A . Olark , Mlcliaol Clark and Mrs. Ellis
5 41-100 acres at $12.SOT. .
Isaac Street , 5 b'.i-lOO ' acies at S4. > . S-MVi.
John T. Croft , Fannlw M. Croft , Kdwar
Cuthberton and John W. Croft , 3 41-100 acn
at 82,000 , SfiS20.
Thomas Donellyand William Overlande
0 00-100 acres at 850 , SS.C.
James U. Chapman , 181-100 acres at $25
John A. Smiley , 4 73-100 acres at 53,00
The total , It will bo seen , Is S2I.IXW.40. A
oftheawaids are not yet made and It
probable the amount the company will pay I
.secure the cnlrauce to the city will amoui
GU AUDI AN oV MAD-MEN.
Dr. Kelley Visits the Innano AHJ-IUI
Dr. E. A. Kelley , of this city , who was r
cently appointed superintendent of the ii
sane asylum at Norfolk , returned on Frlda
from his first visit to the now in.stltutioi
Ho left on the first train for Lit
coin , where ho will consult the sta
board of public lands and buildings wll
reference to certain matters pertaining to tl
Thu doctor says that the asylum was m
at all flattered by the photographs of
which have been circulated. It Is really
handsome and enduring structure . Ho n ;
examined It In all Its parts and became it :
pressed with the fact that It has been slngi
larly well laid out for the purposi
for which It ? < -was intendoi
llo is of the oplnloii'that the asylum will in
be opened until about the 1st ot October. I
the meantime a kitchen and other structure
which will bo nficessary Cor the proper cor
duct of the Institution , must bo erectci
Nevertheless the doctor will immediate ! ) * e
tabllsh an olllco at tile asylum to enable hli
to attend to the correspondence whit
Is now daily rushing into the place , some (
It containing bids for thoifurnishlng the li
stltution and applications for admission fro
all parts of tlin SiMe , The doctor says 1
proposes tatako up nls permanent icstdem
at the asylum as soon as it will bo possib :
for him to do so. > I i >
Ono matter which wilLroqulro adjustmcn
will ho that of determining what patleni
shall bo admitted to the , .asylum. Tills wl
have to bo determined by the state board o
nubile lands and Qullulngj. The doctor
Idea favors the division ot the state Into dl :
tricts , each of which , respectively , Rha
send its insane to Lincoln or Norfoll
To send patients to either asylum trom a
parts of the state , simply because there is
vacancy , would lead to an interminable mi :
ing up of accounts with tlio several countli
and result In the keeping of the same , as bi
tween the state and thu counties , so that UK
would never be closed. What these distrlc
shall be and what counties they shall con
prise , Dr. Kellov will ask to determine b
fore his return trom Lincoln to this city.
DlHagrocniRiit In the Conoyor Cas
No United States court was held yosterda ;
JudgfiDuudy being 111. lllssicknossisquii
serious being a re-appearance of a malady I
which he Is subject.
The Jury In the case of Charles Conoycr , i
legal representative of his mlnorson , again :
the Union Pacllic Hallway company fc
820,000 damages , wore out all day , and at
o'clock last evening brought In a report tin
they could not agree. The point of dllfe
once was as to the. amount of damages to t
awarded. A majority favored 810,000. Th
suit was brought to recover for Injuries su
talned by the lad at the Tenth street crossin
A now trial has been ordered.
The Ditrant Running Team.
The Durant Hose company has organized
running team for the purpose of taking
part In the tournament at Kearney i
August. The tollowlng comprise the lean
John Schlndlor. captain : Charles Flshe
manager ; KdS. Andrews , Lon Litton , Patse
Coszrove , John Heed , John De ( > rew , .loll
Carnabv , George Heed , Aiuust Munson an
John Wilts. Tlio team Is composed of soni
excellent material and may bo expected I
do some good work at the coming tourm
ment. For the pie ont the team will pra
tica on Tuesdays and Fridays in thollnio
Frank lleadley of Denver , and Miss Kat
Griswold of Hamburg , la. , were quietly ma
rled at the residence of Mr. John Skegg
corner of Nineteenth and Mason streets , tl
Hev. W. House , of the First M. K. churcl
olllciatlng. Mr. Ucadley Is engaged In tli
mining business near Denver. His brli
has boon for several yeirs a teacher in tl
high school at Hamburg , la. , and Is a lady <
rare culture an.i refinement. The futui
home of the worthy couple will bo in Doi
ver , to which thev will bo followed by tl
best wishes of their hosts of fi lends I
Omaha and vicinity.
County Attorney Slmcral'n Oplnloi
County Attorney Sl'm&'ra ' ! has presented a
opinion to the comrnlsstyners to the ctTei
that , by Judo BerkivV resignation , his otllc
as Justice ot the peace Is'inudo vacant an
the commissioners ImvQ > . * right to appoli
his successor. The comriilssloners state th ;
this Is not the opinion which they want an
which Mr. Slmeral Iftiu duty bound to gl >
them. They desire tn-kntiw what they are I
do concerning the otlirr viards of the clt ;
and whether they stioulqappoint two ju ;
tlcos for each. nj- , ,
A RermullOftn cStlnollmsnlc Cauoui
An Informal calirns ot the ropubllca
members of the clrV cpujicIl was held la
evening. It lasted about fifteen mlnuti
and was harmonious.Iclsbelloved that tl
only point to bo aifretid'ilfion was that ot tl
confirmation of tho'ajtv . .attorney anpolntc
by Mayor Broatcli. JJr VebsU'r , It Is statei
will probably bo confirmed.
The Lust German Night.
The Gorman theatrical company makes il
final appearance this season , to-night i
Boyd's. The piece to bu produced will I
"Scliut7on LIs I , " ono of tlio most rolllcktn
and jollv pieces which has , thus tar , bcii
produced by this company.
A Fatnl Collision.
MOIJU.I : , Ala. , May 14. A collision li
twron passenger train on thu Mobile
Ohio railroad and a wild engine yesterdr
af tin noon resulted In the Instant death of 01
firman , and the engineer was severely hurt.
Nebraska and Iowa Woathar.
For Nebraska : Generally warmer , fa
weather , light variables winds.
For Iowa : Generally fair winther , statlo
ary followed by rUing temperature , Ibr
DESPERATE BURGLAR CAGEE
Oaptu.ro of Ono of the Wont Oracksuie
in the Country *
HE MAKES A MAD STRUGGLl
nnd Hktiug Tor liberty nil
Xrnlu CroMltiK the Alihsonrl
JKIver Two onicers Fool
A Dpupcrnto Prisoner.
Oflicor llorrigan till'octed an imporlat
capture on \ \ ednesday , nnd to-thiy no
nursinir a badly bitten hand as the resn
o ( a most desperate combat yesterday wit
tliu prisoner. ShcrilVMallory , of Audnbo
county , Iowa , also has a linger nearl
bitten oil'as a result of. the same stntggli
The man who did the biting is in irons !
Council IMull'g , and is a noted safe bu
About three weeks ago H safe belonj
ing to a wealthy goiitlomati of Audubo
was blown by burglars. A week prov
ous to that a barber sliop at JuH'ersot
Green county , Iowa , was burglarize !
evidently by the same parties. 1'roi
the safe u small amount of menu
was taken and also $10,000 in vnlur.bl
papers , in part belonging to tlio owiu
as tin tndivinual and in part tlio proi
city of the Masonic order at Audubot
of which the gentleman robbed was tli
treasurer. SherilVMallory , of Andubo
county , acted energetically on the da
succeeding the robbery of thu safe an
succeeded m capturing , ti few miles 01
of the town , n man who WHS idcntllie
as one of three suspicious characters wli
had been seen tlioro on the oyoi
ing proviotis to thu commission of th
crime. On his return to Audubon tl
sliurill'stoppcil at a house which was coi
ncctud with the city by telephone nil
sent word to his deputy there to organ ! ;
a fictitious mob to greet the prisoiu
upon liis arrival. 'Jhis was done , an
whun the shcrill' and prisoner drove in !
town they were met by a crowd of ovc
iiOO apparently determined men , , wli
took tlio frightened criminal out of tl
sheriff's hands and threatened him wit
immediate lynching if he did not confVs
He refused to say anything , howevo
until the mob had placed a rope aroun
his neck and had actually commenced I
pull on it , This practical dumonstralio
of their earnestness brought the pri.soin
to terms , nnd he not only confessed hewn
own participation in the afl'air , but ah
stated that ono of his accomplices was
man named Matt Kiloy , alias Tim Hyai
and another a well known burglar whos
name is for the present withhold , as 1
has not been caught. He .stated tli :
Kiley had goiio toward Missouri Valloj
and the other burglar had gone eastwarc
lie then disclosed the hiding place of tli
securities , which was a manure p'lo i
which the papers , in. a box , had bee
Acting upon this infortr.atioi
telegrams were sent both ua :
and west , Oflicor Donovan rccof
nized Kiloy hero on Wednosda
night. On the morning following h
arrest Kilev demanded ah cxaminatio
and secured an attorney to push his cast
He was well aware that nothing coul
be shown hero upon which to hold tin
and was consequently anxious to seem
his liberty. One expedient after anotlic
was resorted to by the police otliciaU t
hold Kiloy until ( ho sherill' of Audubo
county could bo heard from. Thatollicc
unfortunately , did not get the inform :
tion of Kiley's arrest until Friday , an
had then no time to secure n rcquisitioi
So ho came to Omaha and hero tliu pla
was determined upon to tret the wisone
by some sort of subterfuge , into low
whore ho could bo ruarrestcd.
1 ho three davs expired yesterday an
Uiloy's counsel" demanded that he bo 01
amiiicd. As it was obligatory that ho b
accorded a hearing , hu was arraigned o
the phargo of being a suspicious chai
acter. llo pliMided _ not _ guilty. Judg
Berkn then informed him that if lie woul
leave the city and state immediately li
would be discharged. After a minute
reflection the prisoner agreed to gc
Ollicer llorrigan escorted him to th
depot , purchased him a ticket and the
boarded the train for Council Blulla. A
Kiley observed that the ollicor intende
to go across the river with hit
ho said : "What are you goin
with mo for ? Can't I ride across th
river alone ; I'll go. " The otliccr r <
spondcd that hu intended to see thu
Kiloy really left Omaha and would g
with him. This aroused the pnsoi
er's suspicions , evidently , because , as th
train was in the middle of the bridge , h
walked from the seat ho was occupyiu
with tlio remark that ho wanted n drill
of water. After ho had taken the dnn
lie stepped out on tlio platform. Herr
jinn divined his intentions , which wer
probably to jump from the train when th
grading was reached on the Iowa sidt
and followed him to the platform , at th
sSmo time giving Sherill' Mtillory. wh
was quietly sitting in the car , . a signa
The train was then fairly on the low ;
side , and over the trestle work which i
about sixty feet high. As the sheri
stopped out on tlio platform llorrigat
said to him : "Take your man. " Th
bhorifl'putahandon Kiley and remarket
"I want vou. " The prisoner saw ho wa
caught and made a leap toward tli
river , exclaiming with an oath , "I'o
can't take me. " llorrigau canal ;
the burglar as ho jumped , and the ;
ensued ono of thu most dosporat
struggles whinh over took nlaco in a lik
precarious situation. Kiloy is a man t
muscular build , weighing over 100 pound
and he for.ght like amad man. Althoug
llorrigan struck him repeatedly , and tli
sheritVsucceeded in manacling his hand
ho refused to submit , but bit like a rabi
dog. llomiizcd llorngr.n's hand and san
his teeth into it. Hu caught one of theshei
ill's fingers in his mouth and nearly bit
oil" . The two ollieers at length siicccode
in dragging the dcsncrato criminal ml
the car , and although the shonfi'pointe
a revolver to his head , ho still fought an
swore ho would not bo taken alivo. Pai
sungers assisted the ollicors and Kile
was at length ironed so securely that h
could do no harm.
Kiloy came originally from Auror :
Ills. , and has Ions been wanted by tli
ollicors of Chicago and other place
whore ho has successfully burglari/w
safes for n long timo. This is thu I'm
known instance of his capture. Ho is
peculiarly successful cracksman , an
after committing Mich a crime hu h :
beou able invariably heretofore to cove
his tracks. Hu Is an expert machini
and has been known to work at his trad
for weeks bet ycon practice of his criir
iuul propensities ,
TUV1NO TO ADJUST AFFAIKS ,
Tlio Knljjhts of Labor Executive Con
intitco to Decide the Itriolc
The city executive committee of tl
KnUhts of Labor are trying to adjust tl
differences of the bricklayers and htrlklr
moulders. A fully attended meeting of tl
moulders was hold at Kassler'a hall la
evening. K. C. Morlarlty , of the city exec
live committee ot the K. of L. , was dial
man. Fully two hours was occupied iudl
cusslon. At the conclusion a resolution wi
adopted that if any of the larger brlc
makers , should they put In machines , unde
take to cut prices on the smaller makers wl
are employing union moulders at 3 per da
the bilcklayers * union bo requested to I
struct Its members to refuse to lay machli
made brick. Another resolution was adoptt
that a committee of five from the moulder
union Bimiiiii - " - * < ho brick makers In tl
prejpneo of the city executive cot
mlttco of thn , Knichls of Libi
tintny at 3 o'clock , that both sld <
of the controversy be then placed before II
executive eommitici * , and that the union w
ixbldo by the division of the committee as
what they .shall do.
A draft of a contract , to be signed by bo
the tirlcK makers and moulders , was pr
sonted and approved. U declares that tl
brick makers shall pay the price determim
uponbythoIC.of L. cxccutivocommittuc , at
that no man shall be hereafter dl.u'hargi
because of his connection with the unloi
It also declares that the moiiliti'is shall r
turn to work by 1 p. in. , on Mond.iy al tl
Wages which will bo settled upon to-day.
Anotliermeetlngwill be held by the moul
crs to-moirow evening at Itessler's hall.
Tliu whole of the above appeals to point
ncompiomlsc. Thn MUitlniunt of the spea
er.s last evening , howe\er , seemed to bo tli
nothing less than super day should bo agree
upon. One ot the moulders named Me 1C :
look occasion , In Ins remarks , to relied upt
TIIL : DKO nnd Us editor. His scntlmun
Vtcro not favorably received.
As the committee to confer with the exec
tlvo committee of the Knights of Labor ai
the bilekimikers the following moiilde
were appointed : Andrew Datiulo , , lann
McKayVilllam Bridges , Fr.uik llatumu
A communication fiom the Brlckmaknt
association a klng for the meeting which
contemplated by the ( outgoing lesnliitlr
was reclved whllo the mut'tlng was In pro
The striking pointers nml poper hanger
who now number ! l)0 , are sanguine of RII
coss. Another master painter , Mr. Kvcn
withdrew from the Master Painters unlo
yesterday and signed tlio contract prosoutc
by the workmen. Ho and Mr. Harmon ci
ploy , together , about twenty hands. Tl
painters state thai the published report <
their strike being Illegal and contrary to tl
regulations ot the Knights of Labor
Incorrect. They claim that , by unanlmoi
vote thu K. ol L. nsombllcs here cndorsi
their action. They do not. however , ct
upon the Knights of Labor lor nsslstanc
and believe they can win without doing s
They have received S200 thus far , with tv
trades unions In the city to hear from. Tin
also expect money from Chicago and Kans
City. Another meeting will be Imld to-dn
The following Is the substance of the agrc
ment they ask master palnteis to sign wl
"Whereas , the members of said union a :
now engaged In what Is known as on
"strilfo , " and whereas , Jolm Doe , n mast
painter , has withdrawn from the Mast
Painters' union of said city , it Is herel
a ; recd by said John Doe , in consideration i
the promises hereinafter made by the sa
Painters' union , that ho will forthwith r
colve Into his employ all men employed I
him before the commencement ofsaldstrlki
will neither employ nor keep in his sorvli
any man as a painter or a papcrlmnger wl
Is not a member of the Painters' union ; wl
not discharge anv man at any time mile
for good and sufllclent cause ; will not Issu
receive , nor in any way recognlzo the can
now Issued or which shall bo Issued her
after by master painters to discharge ei
ployes , or to employes who shall Iiavo r
signed , and will not employ moro than 01
apprentice for every ten men employed t
him."It Is further agreed by John Doe that 1
will pay twoandseventy-Iive-ono hundredtl
( S'i75) ) per day ; will pay to papcrhamrers tl
prices less 25 per cent contained In a certal
list known as the "Omaha Panel hangei
Price List , " except that part which icfers I
Llncrusta work , which work Is to be paid f <
at the riito of flO cents per hour. Fresi
painters shall not receive loss than 83 ceni
per hour , and sUn painters shall bo Pild tl
same amount per day of nine hours that the
ore now receiving per day of ten hours. .
dav's work shall consKt of nine ( fi ) hour
and In all cases for each hour woiked ovi
nine ( ' . ' ) the employe shall bo paid lor 01
and one-halt houis.
The aforesaid John Doe aNo agrees not I
purchase any stock or matcrl'il of any I'.ln
trom any master painter who has not slgnc
an agreement In form and substance 11
same as this , and who docs not at thu time (
such purchase observe the conditions of sue
agreement. Nor shall ho do-or cause to 1
done any work which any master nainti
who has not signed an agreement contain ! ]
thn same teims as this has contracted to ( I
Said palntui.s' union , In consideration <
tlio foregoing promises made by the sal
John Doe , agieo to accept the rates ot wage
hoiulnopforo mentioned , to taUe olTuct r
soon as tendered bv bald John Doc , to nppl
themselves faithfully to Ills service and to d
all woik assigned them In a workmanlil ;
LilllH Goes Homo.
Contractor Lillls , of the cable line , loft ( <
his homo In Kansas City last night. Ho sal
ho had nothing better to oiTer than he ha
oltcied ; ho would return to Omaha in a fo
weeks and proceed tvlth thu work If ho coul
get laboiers at 5l.7.r per day.
The Clearance Kccord.
The bank clearances for the past wee
\\eroas follows :
Monday . S r,13.820.f
Tuesday . WS.iwt.i ) :
Wednesday . 5W..W..I .
Thursday . 514.13U
Friday. . . . 54S,743.f
Saturday . liOl.GOfl. . '
'lota ! . S,2SO,210. ! '
Pur cent o Increase 103. " .
"VntKos Culled XoSnldc.
/riunris rttu 7VmM.
When Sara Bernhardt played In Omaha lu
audience was so small and unappreciath
that the Omaha critics say lhat she refused t
die on the stage as the dramatic exIgcncU
required , but was "brougnt In dead. " In n.
turn for this deadly affront the Omaha papei
arc now publishing the tale that Sara ws
very careless about her dressing room shu
lers , and took occasion to cool off In a coi
dltlon of undress much appreciated by
crowd on the outside. Contrasting the so
did populace of West Council Blulfs with tli
culture and refinement of Kansas city a men
bcrof the Bernhaidt company 8 < ild : " /
people of Omaha , bah ! No art plenty vr
ces called ze snldo. "
It Has Come To Stay.
Mtttmii /cp'iMfraii. f ( .
Colonel Morrison Is quoted as nxpro ln
the opinion that some pcoplo will not get a
they expected out of the Intcr-stato commeic
law. This Is a safe prediction , but It Is Ju1
as safe to predict that government reguli
lion of Intcr-stato commerce Is hero to sta ;
H the present law docs not regulate fiom
other law will.
\Vndn llnmpton'H KnltM-Curo.
SI. Paul Globe : Wade Hamnto
is a believer in faUh'Ciirrs , or rail
er in the efficacy of pniyei
Several years ago , while hunting in th
pine-forests of South Carolina ho wn
thrown from a mulu and barely escape
with his life and thu loss of one I of
Speaking of the accident afterward h
"I was at the point of nnd hail lost a !
interest in life when I received r lotto
jrom an old Methodist minister toll in
me of the deep and devout petition pi :
ill ) for the restoration to health by th
Methodist conference then in fcessio
atNowborry. The letter closed by be ;
ging mo to exorcise my will to livu in n
Hlionso to the supplications ot the peopl
of tlu-Jwiiol state who were praying fc
me nlghj add day in excr.y housoholc.
"When 1 heard the Heter road , " coi
tinned Senator liamptod , "I promise
my sister thnt I would heed the kind , Io\ \
ing words of the man of ( Sod , and aroui
my will to live. That nigiit I fell into
a drop sleep and dreamed most vividl
that I was hi a spacious room in which
was moved to all parts of the state , B
that I motiniy assembled friends oven
where. I saw immense assemblages , an
as I looked down upon thum a gravu po :
sonugc approached mo nnd touched in
on llio shoulder and said to mo : "Livi
" 1 uovcr rcali/cd anything ) Jko it bi
foro. It seemed like a vision. 1 nwofc
the next morning feelinF tliu life-bloo
creep througo my vuins , and I told m
family thnt the crisis had passed -an
that t could reconcr. I nm certain tin
my llfo was saved by the fervent prayei
of the people of South Carolina.
MORSE'S ' DRESS GOODS SALE , ,
Monday Mornlng May IGthi - T
S. 1' . Memo .St Co. Offer Their \Vliot0
Stock of French Novelty Dress
Goods at llnlf i'rlco.
Our sales of fine dress goods for thd
past three months have been unpre
cedented showing an incrense of 100 pur
center double the same throu months of
Wo make it a rule to close all goods
out in the same reason they are bought ;
othur stores may show you good.s the
second season we never do because wo
mark ours down early when people want
them , and therefore
MONDAY , TvlA'i 10 ,
cal ) your attention to the following be *
sides other bargains not mentioned hero.
S. P. Moiisi : vc Lu.
FIRST LOT , $13.BO.
Fancy combination suits of our own
importation ; this lot sold and were
worth foO reduced to * li..BO Monday.
SKCON1) LOT. $15.
Fancy Combination stilts , the latest
Paris and Berlin novelty plaids , mixtures ,
etc. These \vcro ? 'J5 to f 30 , reduced to
'THIRD LOT $20.
1'arls Combination suits in a gtcat va
riety ; these were imported to &cll for $ ; W ,
reduced Monday to ? ' . ' 0.
FOUUTH LOT $05.
This lot contains a beautiful assort
ment of Paris dross good.s that wore im
ported to sell for $4,0 , reduced Monday to
§ ' . ' 5.
FIFTH LOT $27.fiO.
Tins lot contains all our $15 nnd $ r > 0
suits iu extra choice colorings , velvet
stripes and plaids , reduced Monday to
$ ' : ? .5l ) . S. r. MOKSI : & Co.
ALL WOOL DHKSS GOODS , 8Uo.
2000 ynrds of nil wool now spring plaids
10 Indies wide , that have readily sold all
the season for 55 to 00 cents u yard 10-
duccd Monday to S9c.
ALL WOOL SEUGKS , BOo.
10 pieces of the lincst all wool Mohair
serges18 inches wide , in nil tan and
beige colors. These are wortli exactly if 1
a yard reduced for Monday to 50c ,
S. P. Morse & Co.
MOHAIR CHECKS AND PLAIDS 150.
GO pieces cbeckod aud plaid suitings all
new and very rich colorings , worth 30 to
40 cents a yard , reduced Monday to 15c.
BUOUAfoK SATIN UHltUKItB 150.
110 pieces Brocaded Satin Berbers in
Beige and tan colors as well as Navy ,
Tan , Brown , &c , worth 30 to # 3c. re
duced Monday to loo.
loo.S. . P. MOUSE & Co.
TO OUR PATUONS ,
Wo have but ono stipulation to inako
on this sale that is wo cannot take buck
any of these suits or goods once you have
made selections and the goods have left
the store. S. P. MOUSE & CO.
PEOPLE'S ' THEATRE
< KKVIIK. : : .
THE CLAUi PATEE
Star Dramatic Co
Th'i ' company H prnnounrprt l > r prOM n < 1 niilillclo
boonoiit thu lincst Unit Imsumtlo ntuiir of tin ) wont.
II people , Hull llrt diiit iirtlMs. Tlio popular
Tlictnli'Mtrd iimlernroriil younic > clr ii ,
Tlio colobnitiMl iict ( r , .7 W CA11NEH , unpportcil IjJ
the cntlru CDtiipuny , comiiiuncliiK ,
Sunday Ewiiimi , May ITtth , 1SS1
I'rpuptitlni : tlio k'rnml UnlonSqu.iro iircen"QuoonH" .
WIHiHll the oil-mint armorr unit n ) tHnii > < Hint OIHI-
nctprl7Ul IK prnJuctlou lu all tliu principal cities.
P. M. SCIIADELL & CO. ,
No. 21 North JGth St. ,
ON AHA , , . . KUIIIIASICA.
A. 8. CHURCHILL ,
820 South 15th street , Omaha.
SLABAXTQH & LANE ,
Room 25 , Pax'.on Block , Omaha.
W. J. CONNEI/L ,
813 South 14th Street.
L. D. HOLMES ,
.A.ttome3r at Xja-w ,
Hoom P , I'ron/or Block , Opposite FostofTlrn ,
DB. EMMA J. DAVIE3 ,
Room 832 N. 16th St. , Omaha. Office hours
0 to 11 a.m. , 2 to 4 p.m.
Dtt. ELEANOR STALLAH1) DAILKV ,
Kcsidcncc , 005 } N. 17th St.
O. S. HOFFMAN , M. D. ,
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Office , N-W Cor. llth and Douglas.
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Office , N-W Cor 14th and Douglas st.
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