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OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , OCTOBER' 29. 1887. 5
. THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE ,
It Finds o Bold Chnmplon In At
torney General Looso.
WILL NOT CONTINUE THE CASE.
Sflio Request of the Transportation
i For Another Molny In the Man-
dntnuft ProcccilliiKH Flatly
JtofHHctl Uncolii NCWH.
[ most Tnn nnr.'s MXCOLX
The zeal of the rallromla In their efforts tc
flrlvo the test case In tlio supreme court out
of existence through a rotten compromise
exhibited Itfulf Thursday In a ineoUnR of the
lioaril of transportation hold to further as
fiUt the roads In their schemes. At this meet
Ing the minutes of the compromise meeting
wcro approved anil the board presented ii
resolution asking the attorney general tc
continue the case. But the attorney genera' '
has not as yet been snuffed out , and ho al
once filed the following dissenting opinion t <
the order of the board that will bo read wltt
n great deal of relish by those who have beet
led to bcllovo that the law would bo tcstcc
and the fact bo known to the people whethci
they were supporting a useless and helplcs'
hoard or whether they had jxwcr to holt
the roads fioni robbing the public at will
Attorney Goncrnl TJUCSO'S vigorous dissenl
from tlio soil-out compromise Is us follows :
To the Honorable Stale Hoard of Trans
vortiition : In the matter of the State ol
Nebraska ex rul the State Hoard of TrntiB
portal Ion vs the Fremont , ElUhorn ft. Mis
nourl Valley railroad company , now pending
in the supreme court on an application for j
Writ of mandiimuH , I wish to dissent and cntci
my earnest protest against the resoluUoi
adopted by tbp board requesting the attorney
general lo continue the case , or against anj
action of the bourd tending in any manner tc
delay proceedings in court. The late confer
cneo between the board and the lulu railroui
ofllcerB , referred to in the minutes of UK
board , resulted in some kind of a compromise
whereby the rates on certain classes ol
freight were to bo reduced and also in-
cluilod. as u part of the demands of the roads
n request from the board to the ntlorney general
oral to continue the above mentioned caso. ]
most respectfully decline to continue sale
case , and briefly state my reasons therefor.
It may bo tniolhat the roads have made
porno concessions to the pcoplo of the stale
but the rules agreed to nru insnfllcient , as
they arc still much higher than those ol
former years , and they only restore to the
people a part of that which belonged to Iheir
and was taken from them April 5 , 1S37 , whet
the Inler-stalo commerce law went into cf
feet. This , to my mind , is a good reason
why the question of Uio power ot the bouri
and its authority to make an order requiring
any railroad to BO adjust schedules of rules
to n Just and rcasunablo busi <
should bo delayed. Still , there arc
far greater , reasons that compe :
mo to decline to continue the case
the questions between the railroads and the
pcoplo of the stuto liavo been a subject ol
controversy since the flrst rail was laid it
the Htuto and at times it has been very bitter
And now for the llrst time in the history oi
the state wo arrive at the point whore tin
question Is about lo bo determined tmd tin
beard of transportation , the guardians of tin
rights of the people of the state , interfere
and pass a resolution to continue the caso. li
seems to mo that lliis is uncalled for , it is uu
Just to the people and unwarranted in thl1
case under any circumstances. The tsu
payers of our state bavo a right to knov
whether or not the present law gives tin
board of trunsiwrtation atiy power lo contro
railroads * in making reasonable rates and in
Hist that this question is paramount to nn.v
oilier no matter what concessions Iho loatii
may make as Ihey uro all made foi
the purpose of delaying ibis on <
question ; this fuel is showi
by the minutes of thu board. It is an ail
mission on the part of the roads that , the
order of the bo.ird to reduce their rates wai
right and that their present schedule of rate !
is unjust and unreasonable. I belicvo it wil
lw far better to have the question of on
power determined for all parties Intori-slcd-
ihe people , the railroads and the complain
tints in this case. If the supreme com-
should hold that wo had no power to ueter
mine whether or not it rate was unjust niu
unreasonable , then I for one do not upprovi
of spending the people's money to keep it before
fore the people that the railroads have al
their pumps in order and that , their stntioi
houses uro sufllcient to accommodate th <
public , for I do not believe it was. the inten
tlon of Uio last legislature to so limit th
jiowcr ; while , on the other hand , if the cour
should determine that wo had tin
power , Ihen I llrmly believe lha
the vexed question between threads
roads and the people will bo settled , that agl
tation would cease and when the roads com
to understand that the state board docs no
intend to arbitrarily exorcise any of its powc
they too will bo satisfied and the qucstloi
that has occupied so much time In our legls
latures will rest in peace. It can do no harn
to have the law sullied and great good wil
certainly result from it , especially if the lav
should bo decided In the nftlrmutlve. Th
law has placed Iho supervision of the roads ii
our stale board and wo have imulo a lawtu
order and served it upon the road and instcin
of complying with the same they dcnv ou
right to make such an order and wilhou
Eomo settled law to guide us as wo are worli
ing in the dark. As I believe our order wu
Just and I easotmblo , 1 do not favor any com
promise. 1 believe I was right when w
inudo the order mid I believe I um ritli
now and I do not think it fai
to keep the people In suspense by contlnuin
the case until .Inly or any other 'time , for t
do so will bo to act as a mun.ico and threat t
the railroads by using it as an instrument i
the hands of the court to force other coucc'
eions from the roads , and I for one decline t
occupy any such position or take pait in an
such proceedings. 1 intend to ask only fci
what 1 believe to bo right , and when I huv
determined what J bcliovo to bo right , mid a :
order goes out , it ought lo be icsnccted an
obeyed for just what it nays , and if Iho road
refuse to obey Iho order mandamus them t
obey. I do not behove wo should leted
from what wo claim to bo right by KG' '
ting something not asked foi
In conclusion , 1 wish to say that I dls.Uk
very much to disagree with my fellow-men
bora of the board of transportation , but th
importance of the question demands that I d
so , and compels mo to deny the power of th
board to continue Iho proceedings. An
while I can readily see wherein tliu board 1
its anxiety to benefit the people by a rediK
tion in rates , intended lo do good 1 can jus
us readily see wherein Iho board has made
mistake and exceeded its authority in ni
tempting to compromise the case now pern'
ing ; nud Iho resolution of to-day was to sho\ \
the good faith of the bo.ird In their agrconci
With the railroad officials , but not boin
present when the alleged romprnmfso wu
luado I dlil not make any agreement , mi
feeling that the board did exceed their nutlu
rity under the law , I certainly cannot li
bouud by tlto oction of the board. Th :
fiction In our supreme court was not eon
incnccil by the state board alone , but also i
the request of the Lincoln board of trade an
freight bureau. They uro the complainant
lu the original case and the Intereslcd panic
in the order and findings of the btato bean
They made the complaint to our board thu
certain rates wore unjust and unreasonable
they produced their witnwsos and the :
counsel and made out n case and tlio boar
nuilo an order and finding of facts in tlio
favor , requiring the railroad company to n
uueo their schedule of rates. . The eoinpan
refused to obey the order , and the compluli
mil. as well us the board , requested mo t
cpply to our supicmo court for a writ of mat
damns to compel obedience and the case we
commenced. The company siill lefuses l
comr-J 'wlth our order , but liible.ul iheree
denies the power of the board , The agrci
ment with the road omYlals has been con
plied with on the part of the board. The n
quest has been made to continue the prndln
case and the record shows the feet and not !
ing more could be asked from the board ; an
jvhcn I decline to ask the court to delay tl
proceedings I alone um responsible and i ;
bliiino can nltuch to anyone but myself.
do not Intend to sacrifice the Interests of an
cltison of Uils stato. No matter who ho mu
boor what part of the Plato ho may cou
from , his Hjihts are just us sacred to him :
our tire to us , and they should not bo r <
carded. In any other light. In the iiroccci
ings between the board and the roads yc
should remember one fact : that the into
Chtra party , the complainant , has hail n
voice in your compromise proceeding :
dud now request * mo to still-fro cm with tli
Mitt and let our supreme court determine
whether or not they are entitled to the relief
hey nsk fof , arid which our board decided
they wcro enabled tor and until the interested
> arty mentioned In our order and findings of
tacts requests mo to continue or dismiss the
? aso , I will dec-lino to do BO. I do not believe
.hat the board Itself has the power to control
the suit. Section 17 of the net of 1837 ,
under which wo are now acting. ilves ? this
right to the pnrty Interested in our order and
Findings of facts : and I bellovo that the
humblest citizen of our state , who makes n
complaint and obtains an order and finding of
Tacts from our board Is Just as much entitled
as the state bourd of transportation Is , to re
quest the attorney general to apply for a man
damus to compel u compliance with any order
wo may make , where ho Is Interested In such
order and findings. For these Reasons I de
cline to continue the case , or to discuss it ,
and thereby deprive the party interested from
obtaining the relief ho has been contending
for , and which the law , ns well as this board ,
says ho Is entitled to. The case will bo pre
sented October 1 , Ib37 , at 8:30 : a. m. Ue-
VYH.LIAM LKKSB ,
Governor Thnyor yesterday , In compliance
with an Invitation extended , appointed dele
gates to the Fanners' National congress ,
which meets in Chicago on the 1st of Novem
ber , continuing five days. To represent Ne
braska Governor Thayer has appointed the
following gentlemen : S. W. Thornton , Pral-
rio Center , Huffalo county ; M. 1C. Turner ,
Columbus , Platte county ; 1'ctor Jensen , Jcu-
sen , Flllmoro county ; liobert A. Glenn , Hll-
drelh , Franklin county ; Jacob H. Hurrott ,
Wisncr , Cumlng county ; Thaddcus Winter ,
Long Pine , Brown county.
THE CONOIinOATIONAI , CONVENTION
continued In an active and interesting busi
ness session yesterday discussing homo mis
sions in the mot nine , led by Hov. J. L. Mallo ,
and church building , led by Kov. C. H.
Talntor. An interesting paper was read on
"How Shall Missionary Work and Resources
bo Kept Together 1" by Hev. II. Bross and
the topic was discussed at length. It was
mission day nud tlio toplo was handled
throughout in nn earnest manner. On the
evening programme were addresses by Will
iam A. Duncan , of Syracuse. , N. Y. , and Kov.
II. A. Schaufllcr , of Cleveland , O. The usual
committees were appointed on nominations' ,
printing , narrative of churches and their
repoits will bo furnished later.
IN niSTIUCT COUIIT.
The principal event in district court yes
terday was the hearing of the revival of the
Tlmckcra divorce case that has , In addition
to tlio usual sensational features that attend
causes of this nature on trial , good law
points for Iho attorneys to wrestle with. A
divorce was obtained by Tlmckcra from his
wife , so it Is said , without the proper legal
service , the woman being sent away and a
divorce smuggled through in her absence.
South Omaha's Itopnbllcnn Knlly.
The Knights of Labor hall at South Omaha
was crowded to its utmost capacity last evenIng -
Ing on the occasion of Iho grand republican
rally. When Iho Omaha delegation , consist
ing of the Sixth and Eighth ward republican
clubs , accompanied by the advertised speak
ers and a number of candidates , had arrived ,
there was barely standing room. The dele
gation was met by the South Omaha repub
lican club , headed by a brass band , nud by
the aid of torches marched totho hall. City
Attorney Grico was chairman and introduced
lo Iho uudicnco successively about twenty
orators , who delivered brief addresses.
Tlio audience , though composed of men of all
political faiths , was throughout the whole
evening orderly and did not allow personal
motives to prevent them from acknowledg
ing the good points of each speech. Just be
fore thu close of the meeting Julius Coolcy
arrived and spoke for a brief timo.
Yesterday's internal revenue collec
tions amounted to $10,505.90.
Tlio ball of tlio Swedish Library asso
ciation tiikes pltico ut Motz hall this
William Jacobs was mulcted in the
sum of $5 and costs yesterday afternoon
for threatening to * whip A. E. Amiison.
.Too "Waring has been arrested with a
set of harness in his possession which ho
could not account for , and is hold tit the
central police station awaiting develop
Mary Cronin , accused of robbing Mrs.
Lally of two dresses , was fined $10 and
costs by Judge Bcrkn yesterday after
noon. Friends paid the fine and Mrs.
Lally gave the girl the drosses.
Edward Cudahcy , manager of Ar
mour's packing house at South Omaha ,
has arrived in this city and will imme
diately assume the duties of his now po
sition. Tlio new house will bo opened
on the first of next month.
The Omaha horse railway company
has entered a supplemental hill in tlio
Minted States di&trict Vourt against the
Cable tramway company abking that
the latter bo enjoined from constructing
its line on all streets in the city on ac
count of the illegality of the election by
which the right was given by tlio city.
M. A. Upton , who lias returned from
the obsequies of the laloZachary Thorn-
ason in Chicago , says that Mr. Thorn-
ason's estate is valued at about $ . ' ! 00OOC
and that ho had in cash about $60,000.
The remains were deposited in a vault
in Rose Hill , awaiting the arrival of the
daughters of the deceased , who uro ID
The last quarter's business nt the
Omaha nostolllce was as follows : Letters
received , l.lilL' SL' , delivered 1,011,313 ;
postal cards received 419,1520 , delivered
418,750 ; papers and packages received
lJl7l'ii : ! ) , delivered 1,30791. ; ! Received
from talcs of envelopes , postal cards and
btumps , $41,720.0:1. : Expenses for the
quarter , Sll.2US.uO.
II. J. Corfgrovc , of Lincoln , is at the
M. 13. Recso , of Wahoo , is a guest ill
L. I j. Iliggins , of Topoku , is registered
at the 1'iixton.
J. E. Perkins , of Lincoln , is staying
at the Arcade.
A. P. Loomis , of Abhland , was at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyo , of Fremont
are ut thoPaxton.
C. IT. Snidloy , of Atchieon , was at the
W. P. Slngg , of Kansas City , is stay
ing fit the Vaxton.
R. J. Lindstrom , of Sioux City , is r
nt the Arcade.
W. J.Vaugh , of Lincoln , is amoiif
the Milltml'fl guests.
J. IM.xon Avery , of Fremont , was a
Iho Millard yesterday.
Ernest Mitcboll-Innie , of Schuyler , ii
a guest al the Pnxtou.
N. G. Benedict and W. G. Roberts , o
Lincoln , are at the Arcade.
Robert B. NVindham , of PlnUsmouth
was nt the Paxton yesterday.
F. C. ThpmaHJii , of Cheyenne , is ii
town , and is staying at the Millard.
Frank Reunion and family , of Xortl
Platte , dined at the Millard yesterday
L. P. Hovoy , proprietor of tlio Com
morcinl hotel at Ufair , was at the Arcadi
O. E , Cotton , of Syracuse , N , Y. , ii
the guest of Ma brother-in-law , Mr. W
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was Blot , wo garo her Caatoria.
When lU was a Child , sbe cried for Casteria ,
Wbrn'slie became Miss , eho clung to CostorU ,
\Vheu shahM Children , she'eive thorn Castoria.
'SOUTH OMAHA. NEWS.
DrD. T.'Hrown , of Emporla , Ivnn..is in
The ( trailers began filling up Twenty-sixth
street to N yesterday morning.
The 11 o'clock dummy was abandoned yes
terday morning on account of the wreck in
Thomas Place , of Schuyler , Neb. , U visit
ing W. S. Cook , of this city.
J. M. Carter , of Lyons , Neb. , was among
the visitors to the city.
Mr. Ourllck , of Warsaw , WK , and his son
from Dcnisou , la. , wcro in the city on busi
II. L. Lynch , ox-clerk of Carroll count ) ' ,
la. , is lu the city looking for a business loca
E. L. Davis a vagrant and su plcloui char
acter was sent up yesterday by Judge Keut-
ter for twenty days , the flrst and last five ou
bread and water.
Mr. Langdon , of Yampy , Neb. , was In the
city and tnado real estate investments.
Albright will have another hotel In a shoit
time , to bo operated by an fowa party. Tlio
work of constructing It will soon begin.
District Court Doings.
The case of Lorenzo D. Wilson against
diaries H. Dcwey was heard yesterday
afternoon by Judge Hopewell. U was an
action for the recovery of $10,100 , the esti
mated damage to the petitioner by tho-loss of
nn eye. The accident was caused by flying
lathe nail * when Wilson , who is a carpenter ,
was at work for Dowcy. The jury wqnt out
on the case , and at adjournment had not
The jury in the case of Max J. Dacho
ngalnst Thomas E. Stephens , brought in a
verdict of $75.25 for the plaintiff yesterday
afternoon. In the case of Uiley vs O'Con-
ncll a verdict was reached for the defendant.
Hoth of these actions were heard by Judge
George F. Russell filed an Injunction suit
yesterday against Jcsso F. Donahey , to re
strain the latter from receiving any of the
debts of a copartnership heretofore existing
between the litigants.
Judge Wakoloy heard tbocaseof Catharine
Haydcn and others against Everett G. Ballou
yesterday. It was an action fcr the recovery
of lot 9 , block 8 , Ambler place.
Word was yesterday received from Lieu
tenant Kennon , to the effect that ho had
reached Yankton on his downward trip by
way of the Niobrara and Missouri to this
city. It required about twelve days to got
down the Niobrara. which will probably bo
the most remarkable days the lieutenant has
over experienced as an inland navigator.
Colonel Hatch writes his friends of a suc
cessful hunt which ho lately headed , In the
Pine Illdgo mountains near Fort McKinney
in which ho and party killed one grizzly ,
forty black-tail door , lifty antelope , six elk
and a proportionately largo amount of smaller
Many friends of Lieutenant Spomor , in
this city , will bo pained to learn of the death
of Mrs. Spomer , at Fort Sidney , a few days
ago. The deceased was a daughter of Major
Uoylo of that place. '
Blew Out the Gas.
George Oneslcr , of Iowa City , who for the
past few days has been stopping at Iho
Metropolitan hotel had a narrow cscapo from
death by suffocation Thursday night. When
the porter went to call him yesterday morn
ing ho did not answer and the door was forced
oien The man lay on the bed apparently dead.
The gas was turned on full head and the light
had evidently been blown out. A physician
was summoned and Ouesler was resuscitated.
Hurt in a Runaway.
W. H. McCord , of the wholesale grocery
firm of McCord & Brady , was thrown from
his buggy on Sixteenth street last evening
by n runaway horse and severely injured.
The horse kicked him in the face and ho was
otherwise bruised. His injuries will confine
him to bis homo for several days. .
S , C. Baldwin will bo glad to have his
friends call on him at THE STORE cor
ner of 14th and Howard , Saturday eve
ning , Oct. 29.
How Neckties arc Made.
The designing of silks and satins for
neckties is n profession in itself. "There
are special grades and designs of silks
nnel satins made exclusively for the
necktie trade , " said n. manufacturer tea
a Now York Mail and Express reporter.
"These materials' are made from pat
terns designed by men who do nothing
but study now things in this lino.
There are from fifty to seventy-five fac
tories in the country and ton or twelve
flrst-class.makors. The latter usually
secure exclusive rights to certain
styles of goods offered to Amer
ican markets , or a largo portion of it.
But the success of making up such
goods is just like a lottery. Perhaps
one season I hit upon a design that will
become so popular that all the other
makers are forced to adopt it , but the
next season some one in Boston or
Philadelphia will mnko a hit and I nm
forced to copy that. There's never any
tolling how u necktie is going to take
until it is fairly on the market. Then
it depends for success on who adopts it
first. If ho happens to bo a swell that
particular kind of necktie will sell
well , "
"Are the styles of making up neck
ties originated abroad ? ' *
"Not now. They wore until about
three years ago , but now our styles arc
superior to the European , and they arc
coming over hero after patterns. However -
over , there is n tendency toward Eng
lish patterns for this season.
"There are more than twelve hundred
girls employed in this city alono. Thej
work by the piece , and make mono )
more or less according to their
cxportness. A good finisher can make
$ S or $9 a week. She takes a necktie
after it is put together and finishes cacli
perfectly , so that it is ready to box ,
Tlireo different colors of the same design -
sign and same style are twisted togothoi
to give the dealer nn assortment in the
one mnko. The finisher- must see thai
all of this kind are exactly alike in poinl
of finish and make-up. Wo have one
girl who does nothing but turn bands o !
neckties , and she makes $15 a week ,
She turns twenty-five or thirty dozen
bands a day. "
Its suiierlor excellence proven In millions of
tinmeni for more tlmu a quarter of n century. II
ti lined bjr the United Stiitea Government. V.\\-
ilorspd bv the heads of the prrt-ut universities
as thu btroiigest , I'urett and Most Heathful'
Dr. 1'rice'athu only llnklns 1'owder that does
not contQlnAmmoul.i , I.lmeor Alum. Sohlonlr
In runs. '
,1'IUCU DAKINOVOWDElt CO. ,
' r Chlcaco. St. .011(3. (
THE NEW YORK AND OMAHA CLOTHING CO
Are very busy this week unpacking new winter goods , and placing them before their custo
mers , who are confident of getting the best when purchased at THE NEW YORK AND OMAHA.
They are having a great run on their NOBBY CHEVIOT SUITS AT $10 to $16.50 , These suitrj
have no equal either in style or price in this city. You can buy a good WORSTED OVERCOAT
FOR $6.50 , or an EXTRA FINE ONE FOR $15 to $25.
As to UNDERWEAR , you can get a suit all the way from $1 to $3.50 , and higher , including
the very best importations. If your boy needs a hat 25c will buy one at the NEW YORE AND
OMAHA , and 100 other styles ranging in price from 50c up to $5.
18O8 Farnam Street :
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000
"Wo do hereby ccrtlfr that wo snperrl o the nt
raiiKcmcnts for nil the monthly luul genii-annual
Drawings of The Louisiana Btato I/otUsry Company ,
and In iiernnn manage and control tlio ilrnirlnu * thorn-
pelves , and tlmt the tnmo are conducted Itli honesty
fairness and In eood faith toward all imrilo' , ami wo
authorirotho Company to use thla cerllrtcnte with
lao lmiles of our Blgnaturo.ittachud , lu Its ftdvcrUsu
We , Ihe umlcrslcnod Baiiln and Bankorewlll pay all
Prlics drawn In tlio Louisiana State Ixittorlcs which
may be presented at our counters.
J. II. OOLKSI1Y , l'ro . Louisiana National Bauk.
1'IKKUK LANAUX , Prcs. State National Bank.
A. BALDWIN , Pros. Now Orleans National Dank.
CAKL K01IN , Prcs. Union National Bank.
' ' OVEU HALF A
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated In ISM , for 25 years , by the Lralslaturo
for educational and charitable purpose1 * with n capi
tal of fl.UHUUO-to whlih u reserve fund of over
$ iT > 0lXJO has slnco huen added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
wus made n part of the present constitution mloptod
December 2d , A. 1) . 1ST ! ) .
The only lottery over voted on and endorsed by Iho
people of any state.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand blnelo Number Drawing * take place
monthly , and the beml-Anmial Drawing regularly
every six months ( June and December. )
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IX ) WIN A FOR-
TUNK. 1 enth Grand Dranlnii , Class L , In the Acad
emy of Music , Tuesday , Nov 8 , 1SST-21UIU Month
ly Drawing :
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000.
Notice Tickets are Tea Collars , Only.Ealves ,
$5 ; Fifths , $2 ; Tenths , $1.
i CAPITAL rntzu on1 iirfloio ( fianm )
1 ( IRANI ) I'Ul/.H OK filUIU ) WI.IU )
1 ( iltANI ) I'KI/.K Oh' 31.1111 at.ni )
2 l.AKUK I'llI/.ES OF .
4 IiAlUlK ritlZICJ OF 6.IOI . 20 , < M >
21) ) I'UIX.ES Ok' l.UK ) . SU.UIO
M | | ttHI . 25.0U
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2IH ) " ,
W ) " 1U ) 60,1110
ATION nil7ES !
100 Approximation I'riiesof tW . t ,10,000
" " an . vuuii
1UM Terminal a . OO.UJU
2,171) ) Prizes , amounting to . (5.13,010
Application for rates to clubs should bo made only
to the omco of tlio company In Now Orleans.
For further Information write clearly , Klvlng full
Mdross. POSTAL NOTIIS , express money orders , or
Now York Eiclianto In ordinary letter. Cunency by
express ( at our expense ) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN.
On A , tA ,
Or M.A. DAUPHIN.
WASHINGTON , D. C.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW OltLHAN'S XATIONALIUNK ,
NEW CHILEANS , LA.
T > "I7TVT IA.T"r > " 17T > That the presence of Oen-
JVl lJlilYl Jj Hilv orals lleaurciiard and
Karly , who are In charKeof the drawing's , i a ituar-
antcu of absolute fairness and Integrity , that the
chances are all equal , and that no one cau possibly
divine what number will draw a Prize.
UU.MKMIIKK that the payment of all prizes Is
OUAIUNTKKH I1Y KICK NATIONAL HANKS OK NEW
OIILKANS , and the tickets uro r luin-d by the president
of an Institution whose chartered right * me TUCOK-
iil7cd by the lilulu'st courts ; therefore , beware of uuy
Imitations or iinonyiuoua schemes.
Mention this paper. _
The Theatrical Profeulon.
Merit will win and receive public recognition and
praUo. Facts , which nro the outcome of general ex *
perlenco , crowing through years of critical and
practical test , become as rooted nnd Immovable a *
the rock of Gibraltar In public opinion , and henceforth
forth need uo further guarantee as to their gonu
Incnosi. The Indisputable fact that Swift's SpecUla
la the best blood purifier In the world , la one of these
every trade , calling and prufusilon. Including tha
medical profoailon , hare berne voluntary testl.
mony to tbo remarkable virtues of 8. S. 8. and
Ita Infallible cfflcacy In curing nil ilUeases of the
blood. Ihese testimonials are on die by the thou *
Bands , end open to the liupcctlonof all. Noircoiuo.
unsolicited , two distinguished member ! of the theat
rical profession , who gratefully Ksllfy to the wonder ,
ful ouratlvo qualities of the Specific In their Indi
vidual case . TheIr testimonials nro htrowltb sub
mitted to the publlo without further comment-let
them apeak for theinMlvoi. The Udy Is a member of
The K ntlmn n l n well known member of the > u
1 ork Thalia Theatre Company. Doth are well known
lu thuatrlcal circlet fa thu country tudlu Europe.
Charlotte Unudow'g Testimony.
* Ntw Vone , May 8 , 13ET.
Bwf ! t SpccIHe Company , Atlanta , Oa. :
tlsed remedies to no effect. Then I consulted a prom ,
lutnt phjslclau , ami from lili treatment received
S ? . "Sll. V'&n.conetmJed to try the .8. B. 8. rcra-
cdy for the blood , and Ilv or ilz packages by a
thorough eradication of my troubli and rtBtorW
iinovthncu to my skin. hav malumo happy , uiid
ICHhVifS"iT ! 8lvo * " " I"u testimonial for suUiuia
aud publicity a.i you wt h tr. make of It.
CIUKU > TTK lutroow.
132 Bowery , near Canal blrcet.
HUBO Ilnnakcrl'ii Testimony.
Ihe Swift Spccl.10 Company , Atlanta , da. :
Snl.ltMnicn ! ? < . 'r two ' " "da severe ettoot
tar < oaps , sulphur soaps , and various
SrTrUVi'Sf ' "le'lBnU. " * ' Prwcrlbea for WnmnbVH
min'iS ? , ' .a sbuJ : OU1"1 "orellef. Atlast UU-tor.
! ? . . i ° tvr'rt1no8-S.h. remedy , and seven or elKht
use luU . IiiJi0ro.llKhlsr ! TuUmtnl me - , aud jou can
lu any manqor j-nu wish.
IIUOU HiSEKtLllL ,
* * ' Uf T"aU8 TtR < ltr9
Hew York. May 3 , l
Treatise nn Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
Tux Swin BrKcwo Co. ,
Drawer Z. Atlanta. Ott ,
ST. I.OUIS , MO.
as or nut
DESKS , BANK COUHTERS ,
EAKX , COURT HODSE.
JKeit Work and Lowest 1'rlcei
Guaranteed. 100 page IlluU'd
through errurr ) and Lad practlcog CURED
Who Is 1VKAK , NEnVOUN , DKmi.tTA'
hns TRIFI.KI ) away hli VIGOH of IlOltY ,
MINI ) and MANIIOOl > , cnui < lngcxlmustfni ;
drains upon the roiI > TAI > S of I.IFl
1IKAUAU1IE , IIACKAClIi : , I ) rend ful
Dreams. WEAKNESS of Memory , HASH.
riJI.NF.SSln NOVIETY. I'IMI'MOS upon
the FACE , and nil tlio El'FKCI'N IrmUneto
r.AHI.Y IHEC'AV and perhaps ONNUM1 > .
TION or INNANIT Y. fthould consult at on CO
the L'EI.EnKATEIt Ir. Clarke , Established
18.-.1. Dr. Clarke has mndo NEUVOUS I > E.
IIILITY. 41IIIIONIU and nil Diseases of
the OEN1TO UHINAIIY Organs a Life
Study. It makes Jin difference WHAT you
bavo taken or WHO lias failed to cure you.
W-FEMAIjEN suffering from diseases pecu
liar to their nex can consult with the assurance
of speedy relief and cure. Send 2 cents postage
for works on your dlteascs.
jWScnd 4 cents pOEtaso for Colchrnlort
WorltH on Chronic , NrrtniiH and Hell *
catc Diseases. Consultation , personally or by
letter , free. Consult the t > l l Doctor.
Thousands enroll. Ofllrosniul iinrlnrn
private. * 'i-'Ihoso contemplating WurrlRee
l nd for Dr. Dlnrkc'H celebrated guide
JIiilo and Foiuitlp , each 10c. , both VT ! > c.
( stamps ) . Bofora conflmnp ; your case , consult
Dr. tIA1lUE. ! A friendly letter or rail may
tave future RufferlnRand shnme , and add golden
years to life. S-Uook "I.lfo'H ( Secret ) Er
rors , " 50c. ( stamps ) . Medicine and writings
sent everywhere , secure from exposure.
Uours , 8 to 8 : Sundays , 9 to 12. Address ,
F. D. CLARKE , M. D.
100 So. Clark St. , CHICAGO. ILL.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
BOYNTON FURNACE CO , ,
Sole Manufacturers of
RANGES HEHTERS ,
With All MODERN Improvements.
47 and 49 Dearborn St. ,
J. H. MANNY , MANAGER CHICAGO.
FOH SALE BY
Henry E. Cox , Omaha.
Importuil anil bottled by Mnhnvolltcli , I'lptch
or i : Co. , Cincinnati , O. For sale by the follow-
Inc dealers : Jtlchardhoii Urutr Co , ISlako , llruco
& Co. , Adler & Heller , M. WolMelu , Gladbtouo
Jlros. fi Co , I'lank llolloiio , H , H. Guitte.
Sample llottle.s rrce.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John G. Jacobs. )
At the old stand. 1407 Farnnm St. Orders by tele
graph bollfltod nnd promptly uUendou to.
fl'i IpltMilimm Nn . y.V
S , S , FliLKER , OMAHA , NEB ,
10U N. 13th Struct.
PUIIB CAIJKOHNIA WINES , shipped direct
from our vineyard. HleHllittf , ( Juteilel Clarets ,
I'ortj Sherries , etc. Ban Jos > Vnultu , Hevonth ,
Klk'litli. Ban Salvador nndVllllum htrceta , Suu
Jobe , California.
LYON & MEALY
STATC A. Mo/nnor ST , CMICQO ,
ill m lU nt toilr Btlj nlw | 4 _
* ' " ' * '
rtkU r q V 4 t/ led or I > fwm
C rpi , lncl dtn ( IUp l/laj UiU *
flmaitim , U.
MiUin * lctupttl M for
.Ami ) . of Kitrclt * ! H
! } icm Mijor'i Uj-Uwi ,
'c.Utwi ' lit Mule * , <
FUR ! FUR ! !
Positively the largest and finest assort
ment of overcoats ever seen under one
roof. We never say anything but what
we mean. Overcoats to fit any size man
from the 9O-pounder up to the Jumbo
400 scale tipper. Overcoats made.of
chinchilla , lined with satin ; Melton and
Kersey overcoats , silk lined and faced ;
Astrachan overcoats , plush lined ; Seal
skin overcoats , quilted satin lined ; Bea
ver overcoats , Cassimere overcoats and
the nobbiest , dressiest , best and cheap
est ever put on sale.
We call your attention to these genu
ine merchant-tailor-made goods , at the
following prices :
For $1O.4O That were made lo order for $20.00
For 12.78 " " " 26.OO
For 1B.6O " " " - - 8O.OO
For 18.OO " " SB.OO
For 21.OO " " " - - 4O.OO
For 26.38 ii - BO.OO
For 3O.2O iiit - 6O.OO
For 33.OO itii 7O.OO
Eor 38.0O ii 78.OO
For 42.BO itn - SO.OO
For 165.OO n - 30O.OO
Besides these our merchant-tailor
suits will be sold a little below our usual
half of original price.
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
1119 Farnam St. , Bet. llth & 12th.
Jlsk your retailer for the
$3 SHOE ,
nccoi dint tu your necdH.
CAUTION 1 I'nMtlvely rene Eenitlni'nnlcjs our
l r rUc opprnr plainly mi the Bftlm. Hornt
dtalcri , In order to muVe a Inrct-r
profit , will rccouiniciul thelnftrlor
foods with vhlch the market li
SHOIC Is liclit lint ) stjlli.ll. It
fU ) llkxaMoikliiK mill UK-
UUllti : > NO " UllKAK-
fNO IX , " lielnic i.ericctly .
r y Hie firm time 11 Is worn.
It will tatltty Uio moat
' nijuvt equal to
Ailt for the .Tames
Means tl Shoe fur lioja * * & & 5 * icon ro-
$7nr } ? . JAMKS HIRAM * 8.1 SFIOII li thrnrlcl-
n 1 $ < Shoe nnd Is nhtnlulHy tlin uuly ihoc or Us i > nca
which hisfvcr l-fcii placed extensively on the inarkrt
liinlilchdinahtlity In cmiiklcrcd before in rc outward
fll > pf arancp. The e hops flre i nld by the brut retailers
thniUKhoiit the UnltM Stati , ami we Hill place thorn
easily nfihln your rtftch In nny stAte or urntury If you
tttll send in A poitil rnril , mentioning thh p.ijier.
4ame Menu * .V Co. , 41 Lincoln .St. , llojlon.Mal *
Tull Hue of the above Shoes for silii In OMAII \
by G. W. Cook , J3CKI Farnam ttreet ; G. K. Miller ,
MS Ninth 16th street ; llayward liros. , 407 South
llth street. In COUNCIL lli.urra byfcarteuti& )
llvans. 113 Droadw.iy.
Nebraska Nail Bank !
U , S. DEPOSITORY , OUAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital , $28OOOO
Surplus , 42BOO
II. W. VATCS , President.
LEWJS B. lciii ( : , Vlce-rrosldont.
A. B.Tot'ZAMN.sa Vlco-rresldont.
W. H. H. Huuiu : * , Cashier
W , V. MOHSK , JOHN S.OI.MNS ,
II. W. VATK3. LKWISB. ItEEO ,
A. 13. TOU7.ALIN.
Banking Office |
THE IRON BANK.
Cor. UUi nnd 1'urnam Sta.
A General Ilanklcig llualnesu Transacted.
"GLUCK & WILKINSON.
i S. < S D. DAI
1707 Olhc Street , St. Louis , Mo.
Of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy , St.
Louis , Mo. , UntvciHlty College Hospital , Lon
don , Gloscn , Germany und New Yoik. liavlng
devoted their attention
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF
Moro cpneclnlly these arising front linpru-
tlcnoi , invltn ullao BiilTurlDR to correspond with ,
outclolny. Dlscuseiof Infeotlon and contiiclon
cmed ciifely unil hptedlly without USB of dan-
KWouHilniKS. I'ntlnnts whoHU caKes have been
iii'ttlocU'd , iiadly treated
or pronounced Incur-
uble , should not full to writu ui coucprnlnc their
symptoms. All lutora receive Immediate iiUon-
And will be mailed F1UH5 to nny addi-ei * on re-
oeflitof imoU-rcnt dtitinp. " 1'mctlcnl Obscrva-
lloiih on Norvoua Debility nnd 1'liyslc.il Kxhuus-
tfon , " to which la added an "jjmy du Mar-
ilago , " wlthlmpoitant chaptevB on dlseuiosof
thu llcprodui tlvo lirfe-anB , tha whole forming u
raluiiliia mcdluul tieatiso which should bo read
by all young men. Address
DRS , S. & D , DAVIESON ,
1707 OHvo St. , St. Louis , Ho ,
J. B. HAYNES ,
Third Judicial District.
37 CHAMUKlt OF COMM1HICB.
WE A E
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lKd ikruuzi llUtik p ril TllVr'
klUiofte-lok. ? U it.4Vlti'iog ! BiIi/ii1VV
' > : ) tiU
Cufr.mSKf , 7o3) ft T.vS !
- ; - lllii < llrcr forMi : J ) .
Uie.lnl Impratiwtoti ll Lilli.1olt , , ,
grtr \ Vi
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ttr.Mlrcnrdlntll..uooth , . B , ! , d t.VikUMc v "l
Ih. Stnd.n El.tlrio Co. ICS LtBillcC ChlTlJ
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