Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 07, 1887, Page 8, Image 8
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , DECEMBER 7. 1887. EPSEY'S ' ASSAILANT , ' i Progress of Stovonson's Trial lu the District Court. SHE KISSED HIM GOOD-NIGHT. fr Hut Uo Iluil Cliitilicd Her nnil i'lllcd Her Mouth AVitli Hnnd-oilior Tins Jlullwny -World. AasntiU. When tlio district court opened yesterday ( lie room wai crowded with spectators to hear the evidence iignlnM , Sum Stevenson tlio alleged rapist. Miss Lulu Kspoy was the first witness called , nnd her evidence was of the most sensational character , nnd was told in tin Impressive nil oftimc.s dramatic manner. Miss Kspuy is rather pretty nnd possesses u line form. She was neatly dressed in black , the same diess she wore on the night of her memorable drive with tlio prisoner. Her testimony was given in u straightforward manner , and once or twice on cross-examination she broltc into tears. Her testimony was very damag ing to the prisoner , and her tale of his us.igo of her was simply horrible. Hut It must bo said that Miss lispcy made an almost fatal admission on cHm-cxamlnatlon. After re counting the details of n cruel assault , almost unequalled In criminal history , she admitted that when she and Stevenson arrived homo Bho Ijlsscd him good night. This created a profound sensation. The policy of the defense was outlined by the cross-examination , mid will undoubtedly bo that her character is not of the best , and that she 1ms associated with bad women ; that Stevenson and her had some words over , , another girl of whom Lulu was jealous , and that lie simply shipped her. Miss Kspcy's story , as told jn court yes terday , Is as follows : She has lived In Omaha over two years , and form erly worked at tlio Canlleld house in the capacity of waitress. About two yeas ago she and one Maggie Kowley went for a drive , and on North Sixteenth sti cot met Sam Stevenson and Dirk 11111. The quartette then drove into the country and re- innlncil there until dark. She subsequently met him at a ball and once at a picnic. Sat urday night , October - - , nho met Stevenson near where she now lives , and ho asked her to take a drive. Slie went Into the house , dressed and came out. Then they drove up and down Sixteenth street several times , and jlnally out to Dick Hill's place. Not finding Hill there they started back home and met him on Sixteenth street. He invited them to return with him , Stevenson turned to her and asked her If she wanted to go. She said no , hut he K'wiui turning the horse. She protested and attempted to turn the horse by grabbing the reins. Ho persisted , niul forcibly had his w.iy. Arriving at Hill's , Stevenson got out , and she alighted for u moment to look for an earring she had dropped. Having found it , she got hack In the buggy and Stevenson went in side. In a few minutes he returned and they ngaln drove olT. Stevenson stated that ho desired to see n man further til ) the road. Soon tile" I'.ri'ivcd in a lonely Held and sud denly ho seized her and throw her out. She made a clutch at him while rnlliiig and acci- dcntly grasped the revolver ho had in his belt. Ho immediately jumped out and threw himself upon her and struck her three blows with his list , Inllieting severe wounds. Then she attempted to scream and he tilled her mouth with dirt. Wrenching the pistol from her ho said that if she resisted ho would kill her and trncK her three times with the butt end of it causing her to become senseless. What followed who does not know until she felt herself being lifted into the carriage. Then they stinted back and when they reached Hill's place she went into a bedroom nnd washed her face three times. Then they returned to town and at a drug store corner of Sixteenth and i Capitol avenue ho pro cured hur some medicine and then they went to her home. Miss * Kspoy Btated that the prisoner told her not to dare to tell any of her friends. Prior lo this on the road out ho particularly inquired other if she had any relatives in the city and she replied that nho had not. She also stated that tlio hot-so was a very spirited animal. When she arrived homo she informed her friends , Mr. and Mrs. frank Anderson , of the alT.iir. A physician. Dr. Kalph , was called and her wounds dressed. Miss Kspoy also stated that her dress and other clothes wei o towi. The cross-examination called out several impoitaut admissions. First , that the hor--o was so wild and spirited that she was afraiil of him , and yet during the violent struggle in the Held the horse stood stark still. Sec ondly , that Stevenson entered the bed cham ber at Hill's with her and assisted her in milking her toilet. Thirdly , that while it was a cloudy night she could distinctly see u barb wire fence from forty to lifty feet away. Fourthly , thafshe kissed her assailant good night alter arriving home. On the whole Miss Kspoy made a credit able witness in the three hours of the ordeal was piompt In her replies , and did not con tradict herself save in u few statements. City Physician Ralph was the next witness. Hotcstillcd that ho was called to attend Miss Kspoy. He found her greatly prostrated and badly bruised about the head and shoulders. Ho corroborated Miss llspey's evidence as to her bruises. Mrs. Fannie Anderson of 001 ! South Klovcnth street , with whom MlsslCspey lived lit the time of the assault was next called. Her ovldenco on direct examination lully corroborates Miss Kspoy. IIAILUOAI ) MOWS. oriiNixn Tin ; r. i : . A M. v. iiovn. The line of tlio Fremont , Klkhorn & Mis souri Valley road will bo opened to this city oil Sunday next and trains will bo run over it to Fremont , Hastings , Walioo , and 11 num ber of points in the northwestern part ot tno state. AN U.M\XAC. Another interesting publication lias been milled to the choice ones which have already been issued by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul road. H is n small Hen Franklin nlmanao which has just been issued by the Chicago , Milwaukee it St. Paul road. H con tains all the astronomical information regard- ingtho seasons which is generallyrequired to gether with pages of information which Is valuable for all kinds of people. tin : coMiMi r\sr TIUIXS. No ofticial announcement has yet been made regarding the fast irittim on the Chicago cage Milwaukee & St. Paul or I ho Chicago , Uock Island & Pacille railroads , save that the oniclals are still busily engaged In working upon the tables lor the new speeders. A Milwaukee representative yesterday said Unit the eastern roads were now waiting for the Union Pacific , which had more to do In the matter than other roads , The trains , ho mild , would not run earlier than next Sun day , oven If they should run at that time. He did not thinl : that they would follow the ftchcdnloof the H. &M. between Chicago and Ounilm , because the time of that toad leav ing here , i\M \ in the afternoon was too early to give * satisfaction to traveling men , who were thus compelled to break in upon tlio afternoon and leave work undone to catch an early train. The train from Chicago , arriving hero at live o'clock in the mornjng , also was not the most accommodating thing in the world , oven If passengers wcro not allowed to remain in their berths until eight o'clock. The cur was side-tracked , sometimes milled up and down u couple of times and often set near an en gine which \vus blowing off Us steam. If n man wanted to sleep , his next neighbor to get up and so on , the plan would not be u success. All this could bo obviated by hnv Ins Iho train stint later from this city , which ho thought they would. The train would probably leuvo hero at sovcn o'clock In the evening and reach Chicago , say about cloven o'clock next day. That would enable a trav eling nmn to llnlsh his business here mill reach Chicago in time for dinner , a little rest , and then a lull afternoon for work , Hcslilcs It brought him nearer to nil the principal con nections going cast from Chicago , not one of which left until the uftcinoon. Thc&o coining fiut trains would net us supply agencies to the Union Pacille and this fact would rentier it ueco sary for them to work in connection With it. A COXn.lCTOr AL'TJtOUITV. ' Some time OHO , Mr. Hums' , the transfer age-iit , ot the UlulTtr , wav given authority of trulu.und tux-men uml engineers of the Union Pnelflo at that place. Jacked by thin Authority , It sci'ins that ii1 , a short time ago , discharged an wiglneer- lamed Joseph Soren.ion nnd a llremiln unified Uoncli. Thi C l-liilm that the dismis sal was unwarranted , nnd brought the mut ter to the attention of the grievance commit- cs of their respective committees and by these it was placed before .Mr. Hackney , who gave It Immediate attention , with the estilt , It Is claimed , that both men have been reinstated In their old positions. It is repot ted that there Is a grievance ex- wrlrnrril by the engineers On the Oregon short Line , the dissatisfaction having ailseii jccnuso of some action of the superintend ent , Mr. Hllckenderfor , The matter will bo eferrcd to the brotherhood of locomotive engineers. A rosTpovr.D Mnr.Ti.vn. There was to have been nmeetlngycstcrdiiy icro of rcprcxentntlvos of western lines , In : ho Interest of Kansas. For some time past , tahas been claimed that Nebru"ku has en eyed the advantage of better rates on through ; rnllle than 1ms been accorded Kansas. Tlio nirposo of this meeting was to do away with .his discrimination , It is that eventually Lhioiigh rates from Mississippi river mints and bcvond will bo materially reduced. The meeting in question has been postponed until next Thursday when the following roads will probably bo represented : Atchl- son , Toiickii & Santn Fc. , Chicago , Kansas & Nebraska , Union Pacific , Missouri Paclllc , St , Louis fc San Francisco , Southern Kansas , Fott Scott & f'.ulf , St. Joseph & Grand Island - land , U. it M. Fremont , Klkhorn & Missouri Valley. Hesides these there will also bo present a representative of the Southwestern Tranie association. CIMST lll'SINiS. : Tlio Missouri Paclllo Is now doing nn ex cellent passenger and fi eight business be tween this city and the coast , the run for the former comprising seven da.VH to San Fran cisco , via the Southern Pacific road. Yesterday two Hat cars loaded wit sand collided in front of the yardmnstcr'a ofllro in tlio upper Union Pacille yards. Hoth cars wcro badly smashed. Heforo noon the wreck had been cleared away. No one was hurt. Two Union Pacifle locomotives collided last night near Thirteenth street. As they were moving verv slowly no particular dam- ugo was done. No one was hurt. ( . ' . E. Finney , railway commercial agent of Kansas City , is in the city. P. D. Pnpln , commercial agent of Memphis , Now Orleans and Texas , eamo into town last evening. RoiiiPllody'H Clillil. Soinnbody's child is living ( lying with the Jliisli of hopaon his young fnco , nnd boinobodyV mother ; thinking of tlio tinio when Unit duiirfnco will bo hidden whore no rily of hope win brighten it boejvuso there wns no euro for consump tion. leniler , if the child bo your neighbor's , tnke this comforting word to the mother's heart before it is too late. Tell her Unit roiibuinpUoii is cur able ; that men are living to-dny whom the pbyhiciatiH pronounced incurable , because ono lung had been nlmost de- hlroycd by the di.seiiho. Dr. Pii-rec's " ( olden mOr.U'iil Piscovery'1 1ms cured hundreds- surpasses cod livoi' oil , li.VpopliOftpliite.-t , and other medicines iii curing this disease. Sold by drug gists. Mr. L. Heller is no longer in my em ploy. It. it. Gitorri : . Dee. 1st. 1887. A .SUSI'KXOKI ) POLICEMAN. lie Is Charged With Improper Conduct. Police Ofllcer George W. Uayworth has been suspended by Chief Seavcy , ami there is but little doubt that investigation of Die outrage with which ho is charged will result in his permanent letiremcnt fiom the force. Just what his offense was can better bo un derstood by the story of Miss M. L. Wilson , u comely young dressmaker who resides at the northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Capitol avenue : ' 1 came from Sheridan , la. , " began the young lady , "nearly live years ago , and began the vocation of dressmaker. I am well known to many of the best families in the city. Monday afternoon I was sitting at my window busy with my work. Sud denly I observed a man standing on the side walk and staring at me. 1 sat still a mo ment thinking , that ho might not mean any thing and would soon move on. lint ho continued to stare at mo in uti insulting way. 1 got up and moved out of sight , A moment later I was stai tied on hearing my door open , and glancing up , saw the same man's head thrust in and his eyes were lixed upon me. I was frightened : I thought ho was drunk , but I nroso hastily and , approaching preaching the door , I said : "What do you wnnti'1 Ho said : "Don't bo afraid of me ; I'm coming in " I asked him what ho wanted and ho replied "Something , " and ho fright ened me so that 1 grasped the door knob and tried to push the door closed , tolling him that ho could not como in. Ho then rudely shoved the door back , almost pushing mo to the floor , and walked in. Uy tins time I was nearly frantic. 1 backed away from him , holding my hands up to keep him off , all the time beseeching him to go out and asking him what ho wanted , Ho said , 'Uon't make sue ) n fuss : I've got a right to come in here. ' J said , 'No , you haven't ; who arc you , nn < ' what do you want ! ' 'That doesn't malto any difference,1 ho replied : * I have a right to como hero and I am heto , so what are you going to do about itC 1 had backed to the side door on Capitol avenue by this time , ho advancing slowly upon mo. . ' . i I reached the door , i said : 'You have no right here , whoever you me ; 1 don't know you , and you have mudo n mistake ; you have up right to enter n lady's room In this manner.1 'Yes , 1 have,1 said he , 'I have a right to enter anybody's room I want to. and 1 don't have to knock , either , 1 am a police olllcer,1 and ho pulled aside his coat and displayed his star , No. : w. I told him that it did not matter whether ho was n police olllcer or not , ho had no right to como into my room in that wnv , and again I asked him what ho wanted. Ho said : 'Just keep still , 1 am a police ofllcer , and have n right to go into any woman's chamber,1 mul then as ho took another step toward me , I ran Into the street screaming at , the top of my voice. A gentleman , happening along , ran to mo and asked mo what was. the matter , and I told him there was n man in my room nnd I thought ho must bo crazy. The gentleman told mo to remain where I wart and ho ran down to the police station and inn few moments icturnod to our house. The man was still in my room , and the two ofllccrs went in , talked to him a moment , mul then they wont off together , without offering any explanation to mo at all. " Dleliolil Sales , Call and heo tlio large htoek Meag- her & Seni-h , Gou'l Agt's. have on Imud at 1 IIT ) Farmim St. , Omaha. Injured tit a Kmmwny. About 5iO : ! last ovoaing L. H. Spencer , the assistant county surveyor , while driving down Twenty-seventh street , near Leaven- worth , was accidentally thrown from his buggy , and was found lying senseless by some persons who happened to bo passing by. His horse wus found standing about a couple of blocks away , but the cause of his fall could not bo determined. Ho was taken to his home on the corner ot Twenty-fourth and Pierce , and a physician sent for. As yet the extent of his Injuries , which are mainly Internal , have not been determined. If the gentleman whose lips pressed the lady's snowy brow and thus caught a severe cold hud but used Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup , nodoctor's bill would Imvo been Some feiiius proposes to introduce paper shirts. Wearing paper shirts means bearing rheumatism. With Sal vation Oil , however , paper shirts might still be a MieccbS. Price iia cents. Soidonborg's Figaro , the only lOc cigar for oc. Ask your dealer for them. Max Meyer ACo. . , wholesale depot. Dint ) . UOIKN Frcilorli-lc , son of PeterS , Holcn , - - r. , aged 3 vears and rt utOiUhs. , rjuiS-al : will , take place December ? , at 1 p , in. , from 'nu'iity.nhrtu. amUard \ .streets. VYiiindfa urc in'vilcJ. % . . , SOUTH OMAHA XKWS. J. M Strahprn , of Mntvern , In. , is at the Kxchangc. , C H. Benedict , of Shelby , In. , brought in n car load of cattle. It. K. Kecfer , of Emerson , Nob. , regis tered at the Kxchangc. George Winters had n car of ] own cattle on sale yesterday. I. . . Carpenter , who has been 111 for some time , Is around again. 11 , F. Church , of Pierce , Is in with a con signment of hogs and cattle. One hundred cars of hogs were reported at noon with prices about le ( ) higher. 1. J. Knar , of Hennett , brought In a car load of cattle and sold them bolero noon. The council has appointed a committee to buy the hose and niuzle required by the lire- men. men.A A clock for the accommodation mid Information mation of travelers Is needed at the Union Pa cific station , Messrs. Ho o and Frit ? , of Pcnder Neb. , are on the nniikct witli n car of hogs and a car of catUo. Light hogs are a drug on the market and are not wanted. Commission men are re- shlpping them to Chicago. Shippers should cut this out and keep It. H. Levy did some grading for Pete Anson , nnd a dispute nrmo at the settlement. Judge Levy acted as arbitrator at his court yesterday mornlnp , and assessed Pete fl'JO and costs. The Nebraska Telephone company handed in an ordinance to the council granting them the privilege of erecting poles on the streets , It was referred to the com mittee on ordinances and will probably pass through the hands of City Attorney Grlco before the next meeting. Tlio new Piesbytcrian church nt tIIP corner of Twenty-fifth and 1 streets will be dedic ated at - : : ! ( ) p. m. on Sunday next. The opening sermon will bo delivered by Hov. W. W. Harsha , D. D. Many other prominent ministers will bo present. A good choir will also be in attendance. An invitation la ex tended to all to attend. The new year will find South Omaha city in tlio second class of the first order , which will confer upon the council the power to issue bonds for municipal improvements , as well as several other privileges. Tlio only hitch in the proceedings Is caused by the af fidavit of P , J , Corrigan , which does not specify that the ground covered by him as census taker , was not also covered by the census taker of the First and Third wards. Governor Thaycr has nskcd for another uf- ildavit. Some time ago Jacob Wizleman deposited ? 100 with Samuel liNcman for safe keeping. When ho called for it Simon gave him a 11. ) wagon and allowed him to draw * . " > to SlU at a time until he had secured about $70. When he called for the remaining $30 , Kiscmnn gave him a sound thrashing and was arrested inconsequence. Judge Levy heard the evi dence this morning and the only defense the prisoner could make was that the blows fol lowed a religions discussion and had nothing to do with the collection of the bill. Tlio judge thought he should practice the religion ho preached and tlncd him ? 10 and costs for not doing so. CITV corxcit , . At the regular meeting of the council Mon day night Aldermen GIasirowUnrk.Lcnscher , Knfforty and nActing-Mayor Smith were jvrcrf't. . TJio missing members were Mayor yavago and Adsri' ! > mi Geary. After routine business , the committee on Rtwts nnd alleys reported on the 'condition of tlio old countv road , but as the ropoit was not considered satisfactory , it was referred back , The com mittee in charge of the extension of N street asked for more time , which was gianted. The monthly statement of Police Judge licuthor was read and approved , and the linanco committee reported lavorably on the bills of Frank Kngel , P. J. Corrigan , Patrick Sweeney , J. P. Tracy , John Murphy , Uruno Stratlunnn , John Lane and .William Hosworth , for services rendered. On motion , the report of the city treasurer was adopted and placed on tile , and the ic- portof Judge Keuther for the month of Oc tober was handed back for correction. The judge was also instructed to Itemi/o the lines imposed , and the names of the persons fined in the future. The report ot the city mar shal v s received , and on motion of Alderman Htirko referred back to be itemized. A motion of Alderman Lucs- cher , that bills for salaries to the amount of fl'JI.M ) bo allowed , and that warrants in payment of the same be issued , was put and curried. A number of other bills were refetred back back to the finance committee. On motion of Alderman Glas gow -MOO was voted to repair H street , and tlio monthly repoit of Treasurer Hunt re ferred to the linanco committee. J. M. DC Gralf presented his account for i T3 overpaid by him while village treasurer , and Alderman 1 Jurkc moved that it bo not accepted , which was carried. Ordinance No. It ; ) , relating to the appointment of a lire warden , and ordi nance : W , for the establishment of electric light wires , were referred to the ordinance committee. Alderman Burke moved that the action of the city council in suspending Of llcer Sevton bo reconsidered , but the vote re suited in a tie and no action was taken. Al derman Smith was instructed to secure suit able premises for the city jail and city offices , and the council adjourned until December 19. Cnhill Cahlll was brought before Judge Bcrka yesterday and nobody appearing against him , ho was discharged. It seems that Oflicer Hloom was the only person who know any thing about the Into charge , mid ho was asleep at home , after his night's work , In his absence , Cahill was set free. Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnnca. A ninrile ! of puri ty. htteiiKtli and whnlpsomfunst. Jloro econom ical than the ntdlnary kinds , and caunnt be nold In competition with tlio multitude ot low roit , hhort welh'ht alum or iihnsuhato powderi. Sold onlv In cans , itoyul liakmg Voider Co. , 120.Vull St. , New York. DIAMONDS , WATCHES , = JEWELRY , = BRONZES ! y\T- MAX MEYER &BRO , GREAT MANY Of our customers , after seeing the incomparable bargains we offerecl during the last two weeks express astonishment at the prices. The secret is simply this. The warm weather and late season have had a very depressing effect upon the wholesale trade. Manufacturers are overstocked and discouraged and the same goods which a few weeks ago they intended and expected should bring them a fair profit , they are now ready to sacrifice at almost any price. This is the chance for the retailer. It is merely a question of who can use the quantities. The firm that does a large business can take advantage of such opportunities. We are in this hap py position. Our ample resources enables us to buy in enormous quantities for cash ; we sell on same terms and the quick return of the money makes the smallest profit satisfactory. Any one can see the force of these remarks by coming and pricing our goods. Another lot of those fine Chinchilla Satin Lined Overcoats at $14.5O. The first lot sold so quick that during for less than twice what wo ask for it , $14.50. Another lot of Overcoats to which we call attention is a splendid Shetland , lined with double warp Italian satin sleeve lining , silk velvet colar and corded edge. These we have in blue and Oxford colors , sixes 3i ! to 38. It is an elegant coat for a young man , very nobby and of splendid cut. Wo oiler it at $8.90 and guarantee the real retail value of it to bo at least $15. In Single Pants , we make for this week the following remarkable offers : One lot strictly all wool , heavy winter weight , grey striped Cassimere Pants , well made at $1.50 , fully worth $3. One lot heavy all wool Fine Cassimere Pants , in dark neat striped patterns at $2.10 , worth $4 One lot very fine silk mixed Cassimere Pants at $3.50 , worth $5.50. One lot of elegant Worsted Goods , in choice patterns , at $3.90. These last are equal to any custom-made pants and have never been offered for less than § 0 to $7. Remember that in our Boys'and Children's department can be found suits and overcoats at about one half their real value and for which we challenge comparison. In our Hat and Cap department , we offer a large assortment of fur and other winter caps , far below the prices of others. Genuine imported Scotch caps , high crown , at 35c ; sold everywhere at 60c to Toe , Good heavy knit caps , turban style , men's and boys' sizes at 30c. Jersey caps , silk lined , men's and boys' sizes at 4Oc , which cannot be bought elsewhere for less than 75c to $1. In our Glove department , we carry the largest assortment of winter gloves and mitts and offer some big drives. Good heavy knit wool mitts , men's sizes 2Oc , boys' sizes 15c. Very heavy best fulled wool mitts at 4Oc and 45c ; sold by other dealers for 75c. Good lamb lined kid gloves at 5Oc , which would be cheap at $1. Goocl fur top gloves at 50c , worth 75c. All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price. Corner Douglas and 14th , Streets , Omaha. TTNPRECEDENTEDATTEACJTiOlT. * - * ovint A MILUOM CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000 Louisiana State Lottery Company , Incorporated liy Hie LecHutiire In 1 S , for Kilnea tlon.il mul Oinrltiililu purposes , mul lt franchise innile 11 part of tl.e pre > em Mule Constitution , In 1SW , Uy mi ii\ernlii > 1inliiii tiopiilnr vote. It * ( iranit Mnjile Number Drawing * take place montlily. nnd the ( iiunil M'ml-Annual Diiuvlai ; regu larly c\ery MX months i.lunu mul Uoiuiuber. ) " \\'P ilo hereby pprtlfy that rc "iiipervl p thonr- ran 'cmenl * for all Hit ) monthly nml feint-annual Drawing of Thp I/nilslHiia Mattt Lottery Company , uiitl In pen-on manaK" ami ( ontrol the ilrawinL'HthtMii- * elvi" * , ami that the KUIIP arucimctm toil ulth noneity lalrnp s anil In nooil faith towanl all parties , amiTU iinthnrlrc thn Cimipatiy to ii'n tliln ( ertltliato ultli lap thnllus of our slguatuic attached , In Its aUvertltc- meuts. " COMMISSIONERS. \Ve , the umlcr'lcnf < 1 Ilanknnml Hankers trill pay all ! 'rtres ilrawn in the UuilJlanu SHato Lotteries wlilcli ma to preit'nteU at our counter" . II. OCihKS JIV , I're . IxHiMami NutlomI IlmS. l'Iimtr. : LANAUX , rre . Mate. National llunk. A. UAMlWIN , l're . New Orleans National U.ink. CAHI. KUIIN , 1'res. . Union National Uank. GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING In tlio Academy of Music , J\i\v Or leans , TuosdnyDecember tiJ.IHK" . CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000. ] 00,000 TickelH t Twfinty . . _ _ Kuch. llalvi-H $1O ; Quarters So ; Tenths $2 ; Twontiotlis $1. LIST or riuzrs. 1 I'lil/.K OK ( . 'H.IIH I * 1 I'HI/.i : Oh' 1IPI.IIII In 1IU.IUI 1 I'ltlXK ( IP [ 4IIIU ! < < fd.ial 1 I'lll/.K UK UUItl Is ffiijmi 2 IMIIXK-OK 10,1111 nro LUIIll 5 I'HI/i : * * Ol' Aliilnrt ! li'i i ) 3S l'lll/.i : > OK 1,111) ) MIU J-lil ( 111) ) I'HI/.IN ( IK Mil niu Hutu J l I'lllXKs OK : < liiro IH.H ( ) ritlXHrt OK an urn . . . luyjuu AIM'IUIMMATION l'IIUii. : 1(0 ( Trlres of f.Vm approximating ; tu ( .lll.KUI'rt/u uro ftJ.UJJ 1UO I'rl/ei * of $ .111) ) approximating to tlliMln I'rl/o are 3JU ( ) 100 rrlte ofr.iilai | | > ro.\lmatlnilu fiU.UU 1'rlze are 3JIU ) THIMINAI , l'111/.l 1. J.OCO I'rlzcs of tlOUileelileU by. . .tMI.UUO rrlzoari- 100.0UQ 1,000 l'rle of iflUlileclileil by . . . WIW ) J'rliuare linniu ( S.lJii I'llics amounting to fuv | > , ( iK ) Furrlub rates , or any further Inlurmutlon apply to theumlersluneil. our Inindwrlthu limit hi ) cll-tlnit mul lcmillire plain. More rapid rctvm mail delivery ttlllliuiisMireil by your enduring an envelope bearlni ; your lull nililrons. ml l'O > l'Ali N OTKft , express money orilcru , or Ncno Vork Kxclmneo In onllnary letter. Currency b wprcss ( nt uur eii > en ) " 'Jjl ' ojJmln $ NEW OULLA.N3,1.A. , OrM.A. IIAI'I'IIIN. WA ui > QToy. n. c. Address Registered Letters to NEW UKLKANS NATIONAL BANK , NKW OUI.nANS , IA. 1) l7'M"T\r m71l ? Tliiit Hip urofi'iiro ot Oen- IlillLJjlM LilJIl erHl ll nrciiaril nml > : rlr , whoure In chnrnuot the ilran-lnu'i , i n KUKF * antco of ubsolntu ! alrm > o nnd Intrfrlt- . that thn ihuiicenaruulleqnnl.nnil thut no emi cun pusMbly Ulvlni' what nuuiler will draw n 1'rlie. li\ti.MIllill ! : : thitt the payment of nil prices Is ( H'AIHNTLU ) IIV MII'll XAIIIIVAI , \\hg OK .N r.W OKI LANK , anil the tickets uru tinned by the president of nn InMlliitlon whose chartered rictus ro itreoi * nlied In the hluhcit tourts ; Ihcrufoic , bewuiu ot any jultatlons ur auuurmous tcticuiCK. I pro'crlbn and fully en dorse lllc ( i K > th only tperlHo lortheicrtalucuru of tliltdliirait * . O.H.lNdHAIIAM.M. P. , Auittridam , N. Y. We uavo fold Ills lor innny yi-art. and It hm Klvcn the bell of eatli- faction. U , . nvcur.Aco. . Chlc.co , III , O. FoUl by FOUNTAIN . CU'lA.KD F'l U.G- .incomparably tlioEabt , . xEu STALLIONS FOU SALU. Perolierons ClyiU" rtftlcs and Shin1 , ul-o lioino lived colts. l-\ ; cry nntiiuil Kinir.uileed a lireeder. Our stock lia > lieeu Helected with reference to lioth Indhldn.il merit and iiedlnreu. Some of the i ! Inn-M'S have taken llr.st pri/u at the No- liraika State I'elr , 1W7. All o'lr hot > es are ac climated , and colts of tliftlr i'et can lioslio\\n. 1'rlces ri'nsonutilu and easy term' ' . Is ucre lblu liv tlio three leaillni ? ralltuads of tlio btatc , II. A : M. ; ! ' . , E. & 'M. V. . and K. C. \ O. FHV i ; KAI IK UAH , York , N'el ) . AND Glasgow via Londonderry , Liverpool via Queenstown. Are Strictly Klr l-C'lu , nnd nmona the lariiext , tasteit and lluest In the world. Haloon , xecond cluisnnd otecraiie I'lmrnuer AccnminoelntlaiK Unrvoellrd. i\erj : reiiaul for the. eomtortnnd confrnleneo of pan- tensers studiously considered uud practlcod bteiuncra nvery batiirday for liln'Kiitr. t'lt > ot Homo MiHsfor Liverpool October 1' ' . It In the In wen I and finest pn seiik'er steamer altoat. Hates ol paj auc lor nil clauses m low as by any oilier tlrst-tlas * line.a - loon excursion ticket * ut reduced rate * . Dull" lor ny amount at lowe t current late" , ror hooka of tour * , ticket * , or ttirlhcr Information , apply to 1IKNIKK ON IIIIOl'lUOIlChlcaKO , or FIIANK K. MUOKK .Omalia.Neli. Sample Bottles Free. ' An Efficient Itomcdy for DiarrhoeaCholera MnrlaiH , Dysrntory And all DUordcrs of the Iloircli. Imported by Mihalovitch , Fletcher & Co. , Cincinnati , 0. Kor halo by the follow int.'tlcaletfi : Itlihardson Druff Co , Illuke , Ilruce & Co. , Adler A Heller , ( iladMunu llron. , t Co. , r'rank llollone \ Co. II U , lirotte. und all nliolenulu and retull ilniKvlata , llijuur dealum uad tTlnu merchant * uver > wlieiu. Proprietor Omaha Business College , IN WHICH IS TAUGHT Book-Keeping , Penmanship , Commercial Law , Shorthand , Telegraphing and Typewriting. Send for'College Journal. S. . E. Cur. IGtJi and Capital Ave. ' Omaha Medical and Surgical institute N. W. Corner 13th and Dodge Streets , i o ii TIM : Tiii.muNT : : or u.i. Braces , AplianccsforDeforiiiitics&TriissGS Hr t facllltlc' , apparntn' and remedies for iioce'- fill tmiltnent ot e\ery lormol ( li-c-l.-o : lfiiilrlnK | .MM- knl or Mirt'li'iil Treiilment. Forty new rooms lor patient ! * ; bust hospital accom- niodallon1 * In the upt. WIIITI : i nil Ciiiri'i.Alis on Deformltf" n nd llrace < , Club Keel.Curvatiini of Iho S-plne. l'lle , Tiimir ( < , Cum er. Catarrh , llronohlti * , Inhiihillon , Kleclrlell ) , l'nril : > l , Cpllepiy. Kidney , Illadder , Ke , Kur , bkln , and lllouil , and all HurKlial Opcratlonx. Diseases of Woman a Specialty. IIIHIK US' DlHKASIM 1)1 * WOMt.V PlIEn. ONLY BELIABLB MEDICAL INSTITUTE JIAKIXI A M't.CIAl.TV Ol' All Uluoil Di t'iisos Miccc-tslully trcutiMl. Pol'Min roinnvcil front tlut .system witlmut mercury. New icstorutlvo trout men t lor lu i ot Vital l'owtir. ruicoiisunuhln to \ l it ii& uia > * Ijo treated at lioinu hy ( urn noiuliMico. All roniiuutih ntlniiH rnntl < toic ttitl. Monktiifn or in lnunt'tit sent by mull or t'x > pri' s , emiLly pnckiul , no niarl.H | r > IiulfcnicMnnti'iiti nrK'mlcr. Ono pvnonnl Intorvlew prcffrinl. Call anil ( otiMilt UHorsund historj uf > our cuac , unil wo Mill eeiul In plain wrapper , our SOOK : TO lvIEll > T Uron I'rlvato. Special nml Nci\ou ll ) i n p i. Impo- tt'iic ) , hyplillls * ( ilect and VarU'Oiule. Addrues , Oinaliu Medical ami Surgical Instltitfc , or Dr , McMeiiamy , Cor , O.M.MIA. N THE CHICAGO AND North- Railway Short Line. Omaha , Council Bluffs And Chicago , Tt\t only rn 4 to t Xo for De Moln" . " /'L'Sr. ' ' ' " . : Cfcdiir U.iuld > , Clinton. Uuon , , < -l''i"f ' ' ° . 'rJI'j"(1,1 ' ! ; , ' unit all noliiti ea l , To the ri p e of Milirafka. ( olo- . "do ? WoiilnS , U li. I'laho ' , NUT Ida " " 'Jon , Woili. InBlon BDU rnflJornl. . II nncn ( upcJlor urtvaiitufin " AiSSS ' " ' " # Si'llSf nume'rou. poln.n . of .iiperlorltr enjo/e'l . It , pair" ni of thl. roml belneen ma , / of IAOAl.ll. . nd Llilcaco. " Its two tralrs n dar nM "h ! w/ii-.l " ' " create. In I'AKACI ! j. > , ftm model' Of roiafort anil ele iice. In * * nn.w , . JWAWIKU IIOO.M CAIIS , iin [ . . . . hr any and lit widely colobratcd I'AI.ATIAIi IHM.MI lAIIX tua iouil of Bhlrb rnonot be found ifotrhcro. At Coun- ell rsiiiBi Iho tr lni of tli 1'nlon I'otltio Unlhvny.coii- , nod In union depot with tliMO oftlia ClilcaeyX Rorttiimern Hy. luChltagp thu trains of ibKllna , uikn cloMi connection "ItU these of nil other eattcru fVr nmolt , CMlumbus. Inrtl n poll % Cincinnati , Mi lk > ' > ! ! > , Buffalo. I'llnnurir , 'Jororito , .Monlreal , flPilonTKen York. 1'hlladclpW.i , Baltimore.a.h. . InBtoc. tnd nilpolnH [ In tbceatt , ok for u ticket Tl "NORTHWESTERN. " Ifron wlih the bc t tccorotnodatlon. All ticket ssentl " " " " - Jf-jUjqum"11"1"- K.P.WIUSON , - Ufnl.Manaitr , Ocul.l'a 'r .went " 1(1 Itrllnlilo Hprrlnllut nt ninny jri'HtV cTiinrl- In-lit * wiiii troniliTfiil fti < v < > , all l.UNO , . , 1'iiri'il ultlimu pun or lilmlmr.cn 'f"111 ' 1"1"1 ' AlHlirimli' Dlscnioi , tnr HI ailviiiicoor Hiiy lii tltiitluii in Ililirountrr Tlr" " xtll ° ( imttMiiiil.itu K'HM In Mot MirliiK' fur Ilio tn'alnii'iit ol miy 1'ilvnlo nr Itlooil ill'caio < an l > cured lur unu-tlilnl Inn cost ut our I'lltntc lluin'ii nry. I dniCP lly lil treatnipntn I'nrp. Trfivrly Com I lllllr.A iili'Mmi. tire Irinn "iilluwiii'M , iuvkltw L.MUIUU l.i.ic klicmli , iTiiptlons , etc , brilliant CTC nn I norlcc I liuxltli cin : IMI hml , 'ifTlint "ilipil" IrcllnKimcl nil ipiiul Iriiiuiitly riiifil , IllnJllim ll < > iiiliuio ! , NITVOIII I'ro * nratiiii , ( icnprnl Debility , Mri'pli' np , lli'iic" | loij L'ml linllii" > tl < iii , Uviuliin tirmlilix , Inllinmutlnn nml nlclpnilliiii. rnlllnitnml | ) | | IIIIPIIIIMI | | . Hiilnal weiik- cp-s , Khlni'jr complaints ami Cliuntitiut l.Sli' , Consult tint DM II.M tor CVC ( UP Acute rr Dirpnlc Inllnmnw rir flml " ° n ' " ! " . i : > oii'i * "r "IO | > Bam L. I L. HIIU am , Kur or .Ni'iir MHlilwlnmi , Invpr'lnn of HIP Mil" , Scrnfiiloris llji-t , IHtprnllmii , Inlliininiutloni , AMcc , Dlmiu-i ot V isluu ot unoor botti ' > i' , ami Tumors nf l.lil. riflriMiinimatloii of the Knr. I'lcprntlnn or ( iitnrrn. JnicrnalorllJiliTiiiil llpntii . or raml > sH , Mngm/ or KoHilnji nolsci , Tlilckcncil Drum. i'te. HrnUnilP ni'lilHlr , I. " " of Vltnl I'oTnr I , floop. NPnVIIIIN lP" p < IK > | iml iu' 'y. I * ) " ? of If LIU UUU .viirf , , , . , CiinfiiHouol . Ideas Illurs - - - - - - - - I'vrmmiunlly Mul Prlvalcly I'l BLOOD AND SK N l/LUUU HUU Ulxlll , . rrr . 1'slin In the Ili'ml ami ll'im'i. s | 'lllitl | < - < m' riinmt. Mouth ami 'IVrwc. t.laii.liilar hiilniifniiint ' t'l Ilin NiTk. HhPiiniittlMii. CalAirh. hlc. , IVriiiaucuIr | i Ciiri-il Wlii'iioiliiTHlliirn I allivl. 'Con-nllntlon fu-o ami Mrlrlly condc nutlul. Mcillcliiosent free from oWivatinn to all pirtfl of the I'nlled States. rnnesioiiilfiiro ] rcu-woi inomut iitti-ntlon. No lottcr.suns i-rwl umr H ucmimiixnloil by four cents m M.IIIIJH hi-nd tell routs In Mumps for pamphlet iinilllst t qlics. tloimipon private , t-ptrul niul nervoiw illv "IrliriiiB strictly raMi. Call on or adilrei. DR. POWELL REEVES , No. IKl lor. 10th & Murnej Sts.innlm. ( ) Neb . S. ft D. DAVIESI . 1707 Olho Street , St. Louis Mo. Of tliu > ll > sinrl KtatoMiiEC'iia of Anatomy. 81. Ioul.s , MIL , 1 iil\uslty ColleKC llDJ-plliil , I.oil- ilon , ( ileseu , Ot'imany anil Now Yolk. lla\i au\otud their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF Me and Blood DISEASES. More especially tho'o ntWiiK fmm . ilence. InMtoall M > Millerlng toeurnomI with out duliir. Diseases of Infeciion ami rontajrlon < in ed MI rely ami M > eeully itliont II-MI of ilan- KunnisiliUKH. I'a'lents wl > o > o cnwa have been ncL'lecteil , liailly treated or ] ironotince < l Incurable - able , hhoulil not full to Wiltons cunoiriilnKllielr symptoms. All letters icii-lvo luimedlato nttcn- tlon. JUST PUBLISHED , Anil will bo inalleil I'ltU ! to any addirHS on ro- ii'llitnf ( inu ! J-Piit htamp , " 1'iactlial Obi'erva- tlunsun Xi'ivons Debility anil 1'hyslral Uxnaus- lion , " to which H added an "litf.iy on Mm- rliise , " with Important chaptcrHon iiI'easeHOf thn llemodiictlvi ) Oi aus , tae whole fonnlus ' } valnablo ineillral tieattiu which should bu lead by all youns men. Addieas DRS , S , and D , DAVIESON , J.7O7 Olive Street St. Louis , Mo. THE CAPITOL HOTEL LINCOLN. , NEB. . .IB . ? * KMKti lleuilijuaiien lor < luiiuur WEAK , UNDEVELOPED PARTS ' - ' ' ' C SUFFEilERS ww HEHVOU5HESS l- ittu.l tf.uUt-V.-grl , tsi U.elUu , ct--uiilr'