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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATUKDAY , JANUARY 7 ,
A LIFE PRISONER ESCAPES ,
Young Harry Hnll Puts. His Pass to
an Unexpected Uso.
V/ANT THE CASE DETERMINED.
The Hoard of Trnnnpnrtnllnn Will
n Hpcrtly Trlnl of tlic Union
I'ncIilc'H Injunction Hull Im
fPTtOM TUB Tir.B'H LINCOLN
Hnrry Hnll , u llfo prisoner ntlliopotil-
tcntliiry , C9entxil : Thurmliiy night and 1ms
not yet Ixjcm npprchomlcd. Hnll lias boon
for Ruvcrnl years the clerk , lipth uiulor ox-
Wunl'en Nobcs mid Warden Hycra , mid was
regarded as trunty In ovcry way. About n
year nfjo Warden Nobei took him with him
on u search for an escaped convict. Hall was
n Him pc'iitnan , bookkeeper and stenographer
mid us such has been very valuable to the
warden's odlcc , and has heretofore been ro-
parded as entirely trustworthy under Warden
NoltcH , being allowed to puss out and In , and
whllo not allowed the name amount of liberty
under Warden Hycra , yet ho was allowed to
pass the Kuarda.
About 8 p. in. ho passed the guards and In
about a half-hour ho was missed.
Three guards at once hurried to the
depot to watch outpoiiiK trains but they were
too Into to catch the Missouri Pacific going
Hnutli on which Hall departed. Wooplng
Witcr was wired but not in tlmo to head him
oft there , and ho continued on the way south.
U'ho conductor of the train has been seen
sliHM ! and ho fully Identified a person of Hall's
description. Yesterday W. II. Dorgan from
the penitentiary , and Hy ftxunniiH. of
Weeping Water , wore following the trail.
Hall liiis a remarkable history and a great
deal of Interest has been taken in his case by
these acquainted wltn the facts , and the hope
Is expressed by n good many that ho may not
1m caught because they bollcvo that his case
Is one of excessive punishment. About seven
years ago , when ho was alxmt twcuty-ono
years of age , ho was employed at a ranch
Btoro north of Sidney. A ipiarrcl arose be
tween hlnwclf and a frontier character nnd
in the row ho killed the man , them being
no eye-witness to the killing. Hall
claimed that the killing was In self defense ,
nnd both men were known to hnvo been
Hhootlng. Young Hall's father , who Is ono
of the most prominent citizens of St. Joscp' '
und a physician' of very largo means , sent
Colonel Strong , who was recently shot by
Dr. Richmond , to Sidney to defend his son
in .ludgo CiHslln's court. It was in the
linlcyon border days when lynching often
followed shooting , and Strong , fearing violence
lence , induced young Hull to plead guilty to
murder m the second degree , assuring him
that the sentence would bo probably light or
if not. that , n pardon could bo procured. Ac
cordingly ho plead guilty ns advised nnd
Judge Gaslin gave him the full extent of the
law or n llfo sentence. Slnco that time a
Krcat deal of hard work has been done to
secure a pardon for the young man but
\vlthout success. Messrs. Woolworth ,
Thurston , and other prominent attorneys in
the state , have at various times intcicstcd
themselves in his behalf.
On Tuesday of this week Dr. Hall , accom
panied by General Craig , of St. Joseph , were
in the city and visited the pcntcntiary where
they broached the question of a pardon , but
Apparently with i > ogr success. Kx-Wardcn
Nobcs and tiumcroin others have often ex
pressed the opinion that his sentence was un
just , but It Is safe to say that Warden Hyers
und Deputy Hopkins will use every effort to
recapture him , nnd the prison authorities
yesterday were confident that ho could not
cvado the parties In pursuit.
llOAItD OF TIIANSrOUTATION' .
The board of transportation transacted
little business yesterday beyond a general
discussion on tariff and passing an order in-
Btructing the secretaries to push the Injunction
case brought by the Union Pacific road to as
speedy n hearing ns possible. Prior to ad
journment a resolution was introduced by Mr.
Laws and passed , liabcock , Laws and Scott
voting for Its passage and Wlllard and Lccso
njrainst. This resolution was as follows :
Inasmuch as the board is enjoined from
taking any action in regard to making tiny
change in the freight rate of the Union Pacific
railway company and the Republican Valley
railway company , nnd also in view of the fact
that a case is now pending in the supreme
court directing rates on ttie Klkhorn St Mis
souri Valley railroad , and in view of the further -
thor fact that the railroad companies are now
modifying freight rates in this state , it is the
opinion of this board that Intelligent action
on this question cannot bo taken by this
board at this time.
The state supreme court handed down a
number of important decisions , among them
being the board of transportation case against
the Klkhorn road , the Norfolk city bond case
nnd tno court house bonds of I < ognn county.
The latter . -aso was of especial interest to
Uncoln , ns the bonds were voted under simi
W lar conditions to the $ ' - > ( Xl,0X ( ) bonds voted for
the new l-ancaster county court house nnd if
t'/.o Logan county bonds were declared in
valid , the bonds for Lancaster county would
follow. A number of important decisions
fr in cases from Douglas county are Included in
the list. Following nro the dccisions-ren-
State ox rrl Norfolk vs nabeoek. Manda
mus. Writ allowed. Opinion by Uocsu , J.
Section I ! ' . ) of chapter 14 of the compiled
statutes of lbS7 confers upon cities of the
second class , having more than 1,001) ) or less
than MX ) inhabitants , the right to nmko regu
lations to secure the general health of tlio
city , nnd to construct sewers nnd to regulate
their uso. Under this authority it was held
that when It became necessary for the city
of N to construct a sewer for the purx | > sc of
P draining the surplus water from its principal
htrcct , it had the power to provide the neces
m sary money to pay for the name by the issu-
unco of its bonds , such power being incident
und necessary for the carrying out of the au
thority expressly granted.
Horror vs Moorhcad , Krror from Nuckolls
county. Reversed. Opinion by Reese , Ch.J.
1. In an action against a sheriff for dam
ages for unlawful imprisonment under in
dictment for a misdemeanor , where the
l > etiton ! alleges that a rccognlzancu
with nmplo surety was tendered to the
sheriff ami n discharge of the plaintiff de
manded thureundcr , but such discharge was i
refused ; but it was shown by the petition
that no aftlduvit of ( luulilk'iitlou of the sure
ties was ntlnchcd to or accompanied the un
dertaking , the petition would not for that
reason mono bo dcmurrablo.
U. Under the law of amendments contained
In the civil code , where a petition is held de
fective and a demurrer thereto sustained , i (
it appears that the petition is susceptible of
amendment , the district court should permit
such an amendment to bo mada upon such
terms ns to costs as would be Just.
! ! . The law of amendments should bo lib'
crally construed in order to prevent a failure
Brooks vs Dutcher. Error from Holt county ,
Allirmcd for the sum of $2,000. Opinion
by Reese , Ch. J.
1. In nn action for damages for defamation i
of character , where the speaking of the
words is admitted and their truth alleged in i
} U9titlcatlon , it is error without prejudice tc
] > ovmit a witness to testify to thu speaking ol
words of substantially the same meaning and :
Import , and give ns his understanding of tin
words used the amo meaning us is charger .1 .
in the petition and justified in the answer ,
that Issue being settled by the plc.idims.
" . Krror cannot bo predicated upon the rul 1-
ing of n trial court admitting or excluding K
immaterial te tim6ny , where it Is apparent
that no prejudice could result to cither partj y
Whatever the ruling might bo.
a. Where a witness is called for the pur
| K > bC of testifying to the gener.U reputation 1
of a p.irty for chastity , his examination ir
t chief should bo confined to general reputa
\l tlou , and not as to what particular jiorsons
or how many , the witness may have heart
opcak of the person whose reputation Is
sought to bo attacked.
4. A general exception ( o Instruction !
given is insufficient. Each specific instruc
tion which is claimed to bo erroneous musi
bo distinctly pointed out and specifically ex
5. Evidence examined and held to sustah
ti. A now trial will not be granted on the
ground of newly discovered evidence , whci a :
fcueh evidence Is merely cumulative.
7. Damages awarded by the jury hold to be
Johnson it Co. v Stcele , Error from Doug
las county. Aftlruied. Opinion by UOCBO
In a proceeding In attachment where tlu
( left'U'luut dcules the truth of the allegation !
i , ' . . ' . . . j.
In the affidavit for attachment nnd an Inquiry
ii inndo thereon by the district court iiK | > n
affidavit * flltd by both parties , nnd in which
there is n conflict , u reviewing court will not
reverse the decision of ihq district court tix | > n
the facts unless the decision was clearly
wrong. In such case tlio same nile must ho
applied ns would be had there born a trial.
Dcrstein v. Urown. Error from Douglas
rounty. Affirmed. Opinion by Cobb , J.
1. On the hearing of u motion in the dis
trict court to vacuton Judgment rendered in
the absence of the defendants und grunt u
now trial on tlio ground of "accident or sur-
prlso which ordinary prutlenco could not
have guarded against , " It was shown by the
affidavit of the male defendant that ho was
employed by the firm of S. , D. ft F. , attor
neys , In the order named to attend to the case
on the part of Iho defendants ; that ho went
away with tlio understanding that fho lust
employed of said attorneys was to attend to
thu case for > lefoiiduiitn , and that through
some misunderstanding on the part of F. ,
said attorney , said cause wus allowed to go
hv default ; hold , that In the absence of an
affidavit of said F. showing the frets con
stituting such alleged accident or jrprise ,
or a showing why such affidavit should not
bo produced , it was not tin abuse of discre
tion on the district court to overrule and
deny such motion.
8. Affidavits of merit should be made by a
party to the action , seeking relief bythu pro-
cccdlng In which It Is made , and should stale
that ho hud fully , fairly and truly stated his
cause of action or ground of defense to his
counsel , naming him , und that thereupon ho
had been advised by such counsel that ho bus
n good and sufficient cause of action , or de
fense , on the merits.
1'crklns vs Strong. iCrror from Dodge
rounty. Koverscd. Opinion by Cobb , J.
A purchaser of real estate who takes his
deed to the office of the register of deeds and
deposits it with him for record , and pays the
fees for recording and entering the sumo on
the numerical Index , discharges thereby his
duty of notice to the public ; and if through
the fault alone of the register the deed is lester
or mislaid and not entered on record , or en
tered on the index , such failure will not work
to the prejudice of the titloof such purchaser ,
even In favor of a subsequent purchaser with
out actual notice. Leo vs Birmingham , HO
Kan. It , 12.
Honglnnd vs Van Ellen. Appeal from Doug
las county. Ucvcrscd. Opinion by Max
well , Uh. J.
1. The real party In Interest under section
211 of the code , Is tlio person entitled to the
avails of the suit.
2. A mere assignee having no Interest In
the result of the suit , but who obtains uu
assignment uinm n promise to pay the as
signor the amount ho may derive from the
action , is not the real party in interest under/
section lit ) , and cannot maintain the action.
a. While the owner of a building is liable
to material men and laborers under our me
chanics' lien law , for material furnished or
labor performed for a contractor on such
building , yet , as a different rule prevails for
asserting such lien , the owner may plead as a
defense the fact that the labor or material
was furnished to a contractor , and that no
lieu bus been obtained.
State ex rel Crawford vs Graham. Quo
warranto. Judgment for defendant.
Opinion by Hccse , Ch. J.
Evidence examined and held sufficient to
sustain the report of the referee.
Dougherty vs Grouff. Appeal from ICclth
county. Judgment moditicd. Opinion by
Maxwell , Ch. .1. . -
3. A , who had a contract for the construc
tion of u bridge across the Platte river , en
tered into an agreement with 11 as follows :
"I assign one-half interest in the within
bridge contract of the net proceeds from the
contract after all expenses are paid for value
of labor and expense and other help , etc. No
unnecessary outlay bo addedcostol working ;
own labor to bo $3.50 per day and board. S.
S. Grouff. " Held that upon the completion of
the contract B could maintain an action in
equity for a division of the profits ; second ,
that the testimony showed that li had per
formed the contract on his part and was en
titled to the relief prayed for.
2. That tbo commissions for the negotia
tion of certain bonds of K. county were not
included in the above contract , and that , B
was not required to account to A for any part
of thu hamo.
State ex rel Burnham vs Babcock. Man
damus. Writ allowed. Opinion by Max
well , Ch. J.
1. An act to amend section 25 of chapter 18
of the compiled statutes of 1885 was passed
and approved March BO , 18s , to take effect
from date , and on the succeeding day an act
was passed to amend the second division of
section 25 of chapter 18 of the compiled slat-
utes of 1SS5. Held , That the amendment re
lated to the section " 5 as amended on March
80 , 1887.
2. The word "section" when relating to an
act passed by the legislature , refers to a sub
division , nnd although designated in the
amendatory act , division two of section 25
chapter 18 , yet , being hi fact n section , it Is
not in conflict with section 11 , article III , of
! ) . An act will not bo declared unconstitu
tional und void unless It is clearly so , and
where an amendment is so distinctly pointed
out that there is no difficulty In ascertaining
to what chapter it was intended to apply , and
it is grcmainc to the title of the act amended ,
ordinarily it will bo sustained.
Smith vs Mesarvy. Appeal from Fillmore
county. Ducieo modified. Opinion by
Maxwell , Ch. J.
1. Where the evidence as to the delivery of
n deed is conflicting and nearly equally bal
anced , and the court below found in favor of
delivery , such ( hiding will not bo set aside
us being against the weight of evidence.
2. Where u vendor" hud executed n bond
for n need , two-thirds of the purchase
money being slill unpaid , and afterward de
livered a deed to an attorney upon his as
surance that if the deed was delivered to the
grantco ho would either pay or secure the
purchase price to said vendor , held , that as
the vendor , prior to the delivery of the deed ,
had a lien upon the promises for the unpaid
purchase price money , which lien was di
vested by the absolute delivery of the deed
by the attorney to the guarantee ,
that therefore the equity of the vendor was
sii | > crier to that of the attorney for ser
vices rendered the grantee , and a mortgage
taken by such attorney to secure his fees
would be postponed to the claim of tlio
vendor for the unpaid purchase money.
State ex rel board transportation vs F. E. &
M. V. U. Co. , Mandamus. Motion to dis
miss overruled. Opinion by Maxwell , Ch.J.
l Scctiononoof the act to regulate rail
roads , prevent unjust discriminations and to
provide for a board of transportation , etc. ,
requires all charges niado * for any service
rendered or to bo rendered In the transpor-
totiou of property by railway coni | > aiiics to bo
reasonable and Just , and prohibits every un
just and unreasonable charge anil declares it
to bo unlawful. Therefore , where the board
of transportation fiuds that the charges on a
line of railway are not reasonable ami just ,
and orders n reduction of such rates : i ; % per
cent , such board cannot enter into a com
promise with the railway companies by which
the charges within the state shall bo in excess
ot the rules found to bo reasonable and just ,
in consideration of certain reductions In rates
on in and out freight to und from Chicago
nnd other common points.
a. It Is the duty of the board to fix freight
rates nnd charges within the state at such
sum as shall bo reasonable and just and make
findings of the fact. Its findings are prima
facie evidence of the truth of the same , but
when issue is taken Uwn | them in court the
question of what uro reasonable and just
charges must bo determined like other ques-
tions of fact.
f First National Bank v State Bank. Error
t from Hurlin county. Affirmed. Opinion
by Maxwell , Ch. J.
A stranger presented to the bank of O n
check purporting to bo drawn by ono C on
the bank of A for J.165. The cashier of the
1bank of O compared the signature of the pur-
ported drawer with his genuine sigimtmu In
t a book kept by such cashier , and p.ild the
rheck without requiring proof ns to the Idea
tity of the person presenting the s.uno , or
making inquiries in regard to him. Tlio
check was bent to a bank in Lincoln
and thcro credited to the bank at O ,
and by the Lincoln bank sent to the bank at
A , on which it wus drawn , and was paid bj
such bank. Several days afterwards it wa <
discovered that the check was a forgery , anil
notice was thcieuiwii given to the b.mk nl
Lincoln uud also at O. Held , That the bank
at O wus liable for the amount received by II
on thu check.
Harrington vs Latta. Decree dismissing
plaintiff's bill. Opinion by Reese , Ch. J.
1. A motion for a new trial must bo made
in the court below in order to entitle a part )
to u review of the case by petition hi error
where the alleged errors occurred upon the
trial of the cause.
2. Where the findings of fact , found spec
ially by u trial court , were not cxccpted U
and are In favor of the party appealing , thej
will bo taken as correct and will not be qucs
tioncd by the supreme court.
U. The filing of a transcript of. a judgrueni
of the county court in the oflico of tbo elcrl
of the district court during the pcntlancy of n
suit to forccloso'n mechanics'lien or mort
gage would only create nn incumbronce upon
the equity of redemption of the defendant in
the foreclosure proceedings and such Judg
ment creditor would not bo a necessary party
to such action. The judgment lien being
created pcndeiite lilo would bo extinguished
by snch foreclosure.
NOTKS AT Tlin CAHTOI , lltttl.ntNO.
The Ued Cloud Dfltectlvo association , com
posed of W. 1 * . Kuchn , Fault L. Stoki-s nnd
Franklin S. ICuuhn livd their notice of incor
poration with the seuntury of state yester
day , w
The articles of Incoriwratlon of the Ne
braska Investment company , of Omaha , were
filed yesterday. The capital stock is fU , ( HK )
und tlio Incorporators are Charles F. Good
man , Oscar P. Goodman and Emma Good
The followlnc notaries were commissioned
by the governor yesterday : T. W. Unite ,
Oering , Cheyenne county ; Jobs ) , Willcy ,
Itiigan , Harlan county ; IX T. Trumhev , Hed
Cloud ; Frank II. Sclby , Cambridfft' , Funms
county : R M. Wolcott , Weeping Wuier , Cass
county ; John C. Stevens , Hastings ; Charles
C. Currig , Platte Center , Platte county ; W. V
K. Bailee , David City ; C. C. MoNlsh , Wisner ,
Cumlng county ; E. S. Child , Araputiou , Fur-
Slate Oil Inspector Caldwcll has filed
his rciwrt with the governor for
the six mouths ending December 31.
The report shows that there was
Inspected during the six months n total of
37,870 barrels of oil und a total of 15,0111 bar
rels of gasoline. The oil wus all approved
and the gasoline all rejected. The total fees
derived from the insectloii | is $ ,5iSd.l'0. ! ' Of
these fees * J , : X ) was pain the deputy Inspectors
specters as salaries and $ .334,57 paid them as
expenses. The salary of the Inspector paid
was $1,000 und his expenses and office ex
penses amounted to ftl'JU , making u total of
expenses of $3,7-37.87 , nnd leaving a cash
balance of $7(11.03 ( which Inspector. Caldwell
yesterday turned over to the state treasurer
an required by law.
State Veterinarian Gerth and Commis
sioners Briney and Abbeyrcturiicd yester
day from Fremont where the day previous
they killed sixteen head of horses for the
Standard Cattle company at Ames station ,
west of Fremont. All sixteen bead were
badly uffilcted with glanders.
Guy A. Brown was yesterday appointed
reporter of the supreme court to succeed
himself for the coming term of four years.
Thu force hi the clerk's office will remain un
In the board of transportation meeting
held yesterday Attorney General Loose , who
has been chalrmuu of the board since its
organization , tendered his resignation and
Mr. Babcock was elected as his successor.
The four-year-old daughter of State Su
perintendent Lane fell from the cellar stairs
to the concrete floor brooking un arm badly.
Friends of the suiwrintciident will bo glad to
know that no serious results arc feared.
Tlio hoilKc'ti Gift.
D. W. Haynes , well-known In this city and
formerly a member of the press , wus last
night presented by the Elks with a inaguifl-
cuutftold watch. The present was a recog
nition of the gentleman's personal qualifica
tions as also an appreciation of the success
ful manner In which ho has performed the
duties of secretary of the lodge.
ItsBUporlor excellence proven in millions
hoini'H for inoro than n quarter of icentury. .
Is used by thu United juntos Government. En
dorsed bv the heiuls of the great universities , ns
the Strongest , Purest and Most Healthful. Or.
1'rlco'M the only llnklnc ; Powder that docs not
contain Ammonia , Lime or Alum. Sold only in
cans. PUICK n.MCiNQ I'OWIIEII Co. .
New York. Chicago. SJt. Louis.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000
" \Vo rte liorfby certify Hint wn supervise thonr
rnnKempnts for nil the monthly ami qiinrterljr
Dntfflnm of Tlio I/oiilslaim Unto Lottery Ciinipnny
nnil In perwn ninnnKU ami rout nil Iho ilrunliiKS Ilium
M'hc . and t.int Uie timto Hrucnndm'tiMl with nniu'St
luirneisiiml In jinotl lalth lownnl nil tmrtles , ami wo
niitliurlro the Company to uno tlili rortlflcMo with
inc Mmlles of our signature attached , in Us advertise
We , the undersigned Hank * nnd Hankers will pay all
Prl7u * drawn In tlio l/mlslnim Mate lotteries wulcli
limy bo presented ut our counters.
J. II. Olil.KSnV , I'rcs. Louisiana National Hunk.
I'lKltUK LANAUX , I'rcs. Bute National Hank.
A. IIAI.DWIN , Pros. New Orleans National lUak.
CAUL KO1IN , Pres. Union National Hank.
* ' HAH- MILLION
OVEII A DISTHIDCTED
Louisiana State Iottery Company.
incorporated In INS , for 25 scars , by the Legislature
for educHtlonnl nnd charitable purposes with a capl *
tnl ot fl.uii.uu to which a resvrvu fund of over
f.VAUM hui slncti been ad Jed.
lly tin overwhelming popular vote Iti franchise
wus made n part < > f the present constitution adopted
December : JJ , A. 1) . IST'J. . . . ,
The only lottery ever votcJ on and endorsed by tha
people of any ntato.
It neTer scaleor po tpone-f.
Us ( irand MiiKlu Number Irawlni takn place
monthly , nnd the Gmnd ( jnarturly DrawliiiK regu
larly every throe months ( March , June , peptcmber
and December. )
A HI'LKNDII ) OPPORTUNITV TO WIN A KOH-
TU.NK. First Grand DrnwInK , Clan A , In thu Acad
emy of Music , New Orleans , Tuesday , January 10 ,
' Monthly Draxlnit :
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000.
Notice Tickets are Ten Dollars Only. Halves ,
$5 ; Fifths , $2 ; Tenths , $1.
LIST or ritizts :
1 RltANI ) I'lll/.K OK ' ai.un. . SU.IU )
1 ( illANI ) I'lll/.K OF .
i l.AIUiK I'lll/.KH OK 10JII ) . 'Mill ]
< l.AIUiK IMU/.KSOK
M I'lll/.td OF
M ! \ 2.-.III )
111) " : SUM )
tU ) " IUO
APPIIOXIMATION 1'IIIZl.S :
10(1 Approximation 1'rliesot f
iiu " " ) ! ' . ! ! ! ! ! " . " . iujui
IUU Terminal " la UWU
2.17J I'rlios , iiniountlng to fiaID (
Application for rates to clubs should bo made only
to tlie < > nir of tha company In New Orleans.
For further Infornmtlnn write clcurlj , iilvlnir full
a < 1dn.9. I"O3TAL NOTKS. cxpre s moner orders , or
New York Kichance In ordinary letter. Currency b/
express ( at our H | n. . ) - " "
Nm OIILLA.NS , I.A. ,
Oril.A. nAUIMUN ,
WASI1INQTO.V , n. C.
Address Registered Letters ta
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK ,
NEW OHUANS : , I.A.
T ' " ' ' That the of Ocn-
> 1'Jlf"l7\flTi''D presence
IVlljMjlilVl lilldV i.ruU lloaurviinrd Hntl
Karlr , who are In charge of Hie clrawini ; * . u t-'unr-
antce of abuilutu ralrness and Integrity , that the
cbnnret are all equal , and that no ono can posilbl/
tllrlna what number will ilraw a I'rlso.
IIKMKMIIKII that the parruent of all prizes Is
ni'AiiA.vrcxi ) nv rtiuu NATIONAL UASKS or NEW
OIU.KANS. nnd thu tickets aresliininl \ the president
of an Institution whose chartered rtithts are rwog-
nlii-il In the highest courts : thereforu , beware ol auf
oiltallorui or auourniuut s licoie < .
re Kldnoy and Liver diteaiei , and
when once tiey hive tecured a firm
hold an the human syitem there line
no time to bo lost if life is to be
laved. Many remtdles have been
tried , but none have been 10 no-
ceeifol ai Ath'lo-pao-roi. Many un
solicited testimonial ! have proved
that Ath-lo-pho-roa has enrod these
disease * when p&jrrtctans and all
other remedies had. filled. Back
ache , pain in tha side , dullness ,
weariness , and he&dacho , arc often
symptoms of these fosrfal diseases.
At'nluphoros , in connection with
Athlophoros Pills , will givs spesdy
relief. If your druggist doesn't
keep them , write to
THE ATHLOPHOROS CO. , 112 WALL ST. , N. Y.
THE OMAHA BEE ,
ANY PART OF
u v CAitniKii Foil
20 Cents a Week.
Seven papers a voek. Bend your order to the
1029 P Street , Capital Hotel Building
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ftnU publlu ifalberliiffa.
K.T IIOUUKN Proprietor
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cou.Nixr wiu , ICE BT IXAJUNUIQ inn MAT THAT TBI
Hy r & 8on of It. central petition , e.os. rotation to llnoi
Eut of Cblc.ffO. and continual ! ) hue. * t terminal
point. Wcit , Northncit and Bauthweit , I * th. true
mlddlo link in that transcontinental pjitem which
Invltrj and facilitate , trarel and trafflo bctnein the
Atlantic and Pacific. ,
The Hock Itland main line and branchei Include Chicago
cage , Joltot , Ottawa , La Halle , Peorla , Qeneieo , Mollne
and Hock liland. In llllnoli ; pavenport , Muioatlne.
Washington , FalrflcM , Ottdmwa , Oikaloota , Weitl.lt > -
rtfIowa Clt7Uo)4uIneiiIndUnula\Tlnteniet , Allan-
tlo , Knozrllle , Audubon , Ilhrlan , Outbrle Centre and
Coancll BlufTi , In Iowa ; Onllatln. Trenton , Bt. . / ( pn >
Cameron and Kansai City , In Jll ourl ; I.oai.-jworth
and Atehlion. In Kanf an Albert Lea , Minneapolis and
ft. Paul , In Minnesota j TTatf rtown and Rloui Falls , la
Dakota , and hundreds of intermediate cities and towns.
' . 'The Croat Rock Island Route" '
Guarantees speed , comfort , certainty and safety. Its
permanent way is dlstlngulihrd for Its excellence. Its
Bridges are of stone and iron. Its track Is of solid
teelIts rolllngstoek perfect. Us pasnongerequipment
has nil the safety appliances that eiperlenco has pivrei
useful , and for luxurious accommodation * Is unsof-
paised. Its Eipres * Trains' 'consist of superior ( My
Coacbei , elegant Pullman. Palace. Farlorand Sleeping
Cars , puperb Dining Can , ( roYldlng delicious meals ,
and ( between Chicago and St. Joseph , Atchlson and
Kansas City ) rcitful Reclining Chair Cars. > It < man-
cement U coniorratlre , IU discipline exacting
"The Famous Albert-Lea Rome"
Between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Pa.Is th *
f aTortto. Oier this line Solid Vast Kipreu Trains run
dally to attractive resorts for tourists In Iowa and
Minnesota , and , Tla Watertown and Sioux Fall ! , to the
rich wheat and Brazing lands of Interior Dakota. Via
Benectk and Kankakee. the Kock Island offers superior
InducomeuU to traveler , between Cincinnati , Indian
apolis. Lafayette and Council Bluffs , St. Joseph , Atchl
son , Leavenworth , Xannat City , Kt. Paul , and Interme
diate points. All patron , ( especially ladle , and chil
dren ) receive protection , courtesy and kindly attention.
For ticket. , maps , folders , copies of Western Trail , or
any deilred Information , apply to principal offices la
the Unltod States and Canada , or address , at Chicago ,
R. R. CAIIE , f. ST. JQHN , I. A. HOllROIt ,
rnnaa i iu .r. AutaalHuMU. au.nt.irm.Att ,
WE MAKE IT
A principle of our business not to carry over one dollar's worth of goods
from one season to another if we can help it. This season we haye a
much heavier stock and to close it out we know that extraordinary el-
forts have to be made. Having taken inventory , we have gone over
our entire winter stock , and propose to make a peremtory clearing of
the same , Beginning today , we will inaugurate the greatest clearance
sale on record. Cost will not be considered in this sale , and we will cut
prices to mere nominal figures ,
First on the list are heavy overcoats , and we mention for this
week the following extraordinary bargains :
One lot good Ulsters , made of an excellent quality of Friezelined with
plaid flannel ; a'perfect storm-defyer , at $9 ; the coat is fully worth
One lot of eleprant cassimere overcoats , out very long with good astra-
chan collar and cuffs , a good looking as well as a good wearing
coat , which could not be bought under ordinary circumstances
for less than $16 ; we have marke'd it $9.50.
A small lot of very fine chinchilla Ulsters , fancy back , collar and cuffs
of good fur , elegantly made ; a splendid garment and as good as any
other house would ask $25 for ; we offer them at $12.75. This is de
cidedly the cheapest fur trimmed overcoat ever shown.
We are marking suits and all our winter goods in the same proportion
tion , and will announce through the daily papers the special bargains
we will have for every week.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price.
Nebraska Clothing Company
Corner Douglas and 14th , Streets , Omaha.
Who in WEAK , NERVOUS. DEBII.ITA'
TED. who in hli FOMVr and IflNORANCE
huTRIFLKDawnr bin VIMOKof BOliY.
MIND and MANHOOD.cJtuslngexhamUng
drains upon the FOUNTAIN * of LIFE.
IIEAUAVHE. BACKACHE , Dreadful
Dreams , WEAKNESS of Memory , BAN1I-
.n NOniETT , PIMl'l.EH upon
the FACE , and all tbo EFFECTS leading to
EARLY DECAY and perhaps COKNIIMP.
TION or INHANITY. Bbould consult at onca
the CELEBRATED Dr. Clarke , Established
IBM. Dr. CUrko haa made NERVOUS DE >
HI LIT Y. CHRONIC and all Discuses of
the UENITO URINARY Organs a Llfo
Utndjr. It makes NO difference WHAT you
bave taken or WHO has failed to cure you.
liar to their sex can consult with the assurance
of speedy r ll f and cure. Bend 2 cents postage
for works on your diseases.
* 3-Scnd 4 cents postage for Celebrated
Works on Chronic , Nervous and Deli *
cstte Dlieasei. Consultation , personally or by
letter , free. Consult the old Doctor.
TtionBitnds cured. Office * ) and nnrlom
private.Thoeo contemplating Marrlngo
vend fur Dr. Clarke's ) celebrated guide
Male and Female , each lie. , both 25c.
( stamps ) , llefore confiding your case , consult
Dr. CLARKE. A friendly letter or call may
lave futuresufleringand shame , and add golden
years to life. aa-Book " Life' * ( Secret ) Er.
rorsV' oOc. ( stamps ) . Medicine and writings
sent everywhere , secure from exposjtire.
Hours , 8 to 8 : Sundays , 9 u > 12. Address ,
P. D. CLARKE. M. D.
188 So. Clark ; St. . CHICAGO. ILL.
Light , Strong and Practical.
l > y their use your vehicle can IKS
quickly transformed into n comfort
able Hlolgh. Mudo nt
MASON'S ' CARRIAGE WORKS ,
WAVKNI'OKT , IOWA.
For Sale by Dealers Everywhere.
DEWEY & STONE ,
A magnificent display af everything useful and
ornamental in the furniture maker's art ,
at reasonable prices.
Tickets can be procured FREE OF CHARGE by applying at
1119 Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb.
Drawing Takes Place Daily Bet. 7 a.mand 9 p.i. No Blanks ; every Ap
plicant Gets a Prize , as the amount will be divided into 31250 Prizes
A PAIR PANTALOONS.
ea.io Which was inntlo to order by a Merchant Tailor $ ( i.K ( )
SIi.70 " " " " " " " $7.00
$4.80 " " " " " ' " $8.00
84.70 " " " $0.00
$5.70 " f u u u u u $10.00
& 0.20 ii 11 i u . u ' $12.00
Sli.'JO u ii ii ii i' $18.00
$7.40 'i ' " " ' $14.00.
58.05 ' < " * ' " ' . $10.00
89.10 " ' ( ' ' ' " $18.00
' ' 89.80 Which was made to order by a Merchant Tailor $18.00
. $11.00 II tl II U I. II II $212.00
, , $14.40 uu II II IIII IIII " $128.00
. . u II II II II " > .
$10.80 . IIII IIII IIU $ ; tl .00
, S18.r,0 .1K II II I U " $3i.K ( ( )
'S22.30 ' K II II
' SU.j.70 It IIII II " MU.OO
II II .1 " . .
IIII .1II $ .r)5.00
II II II ' .
tt II II . " ' .
1 AT FOR
i : * ! UiO Which waa made to order by a Merchant Tailor $18.00
. " " " lk ' ' " * .
MO. 70 $20.00
SliJ.OO u " " " u u $1W.OO
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$14.70 itu iiu $28.00
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515.00 . $ SO.X ( )
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531.20 IIII $00.00
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S35.00 itu III. $70.00
$ 10. BO u u u u I. " $80.00
Including a complete stock of furnishing go9ds , hats and caps , at 50c on
the dollar in which your savings will award a nice prize
MISFIT PARLORS ,
1119 Farnam Street 1119
N. B. Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention.
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