Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 01, 1888, Page 5, Image 5
AVjt g'n tl THE OMAHA BAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , FEBRUARY 1 , 1888. goo * people erfrywtiwe the citizens of Wc t Point applnud the signal heroism or Nfjhnw- Jcu'i tcachorn during the rdcont bllvanl. Ho- ( trotting sincerely Our Inability to suitably urprcss our admiration of each heroine , we nro pleased to tender herewith the poor Aolaco , for nil , of pur sympathy In tholr mis fortunes , anil c peclnlly for MIM Etta Shnt- tuck wo cncloto $12.35 , collected at n school hnd Juvcnllo band concert lat ovenlnff. Wo trust that you will keen on In the Rood work you have Inaugurated until each sufferer Shall have been r V > mtn ed M fur us dollars lars and apnlnUHo may In full for her part no well done In the hour of peril. Could not each teacher In Nebraska wellnffotdto con tribute n dollar to the fund ! Kor those for whom I speak , ns well in my- Folf , I desire to iiRaln tixprt-ss the Kitutost eympathyaud admiration for our ln-nliies. KftlKNK Mount. AT MAIHCOX , nfiox , Neb , .Ian. ! t ( ) . To the Hilltor of KR ! We enclose you Omaha draft for $45 mid fl in money , belutf the amount of con tributions by the people of Madison ycstur- day to a fund to bo raised for MlssntiaShat- tuck , the Holt county toachfcr who unlTuroO M Hovcrely In the storm of the 12U Instant. In illrcctlnjr thh money to bo placed to the credit nf the Mitts Shuttuck fund it mutt not bo understood that our people foil to appreciate the splendid conduct of Miso Iloyeo and Miss Freeman , but they nro so forcibly struck with Uio utter helplessness of Miss Khattuck that they bullcvo all of the sum cnclosucl should go to her relief. AI.I.KX ft Ilnmxxox. invi nros'H IIKMRKIMITT. Mr. Prank U. Hlbbanl sends the Hnr. 1 , the contribution of the cltl/cns of Irvintfton , Nob. , $ : > < ! for Ml * * Hhattuck , W for iMlss Jlo.vco. The list of contributlona will bo pub lished to-morrow. ' PIIOM OKAIO , CIIAICI , Neb. . Jun.liO. To thoKdltorof the UIK ; : Inclosed please Ibid fl.lUi which pUre to credit of MlMShaltuck in the fund now bo- Inj ? raised for herbcnellt. While wo ri'oot-nUo and iiiiplaud the heroic uctH of Misses Free man and Hnycc , wo think Miss Hhattuck really needs the help on account of her los ins both limbs und having no one to take civro of her. Hoping these funds may reach n good round aum , I remain E. P. Iiiwix. m , MO ; , nnccR * co. AND KMPLOTRS. Ulako , Hnico & Co. and their employes send thcllKK $ jl : , to bo divided in the following - ing proportion : OnuOiitlf for Mlsi Slmttuck nnd ono-iuartcr ( for the Misses Prccmau and Itoyco. The following nro the contributors : A. P. Hothyl . * 1 00 K. E. Chnplti . 1 0(1 ( O.K. Hedwell . 1 00 \V. P. Glarkson . t < K ) U. G. Wheeler . 1 00 Knm Scott . 1 00 M. A. Johnston . 1 O. W.Dufflold . 1 00 K. M. LonliiKtnn . M O. H. Vumplow . 1 ( X ) Frank Wood . CO Hoyt . . . . . . RO Xlake , Hruco & Co . . . 5 00 ti Howard Viinghan . 1 0(1 ( K. A. Eaton . t 0 ( ) A > Condomcr . . i . . . . . . . . 50 I'etorE. I'etersen . , . f.O W. Urban . . . . ftc Chiw. Keck . . - W ) G. D. PiakSassn . ; . 1 ( X ) P. M. ER.m , . i. . . . . . . . . ; , 1 00 David Johnson. . ) i ; . . . ; . . i > . i. 50 E.A. W.Sholl . 1 00 Total . , . . . $ 23 00 VAX C111F.F.N A III'.UX'S LIST. Messrs. Van Green & Helm have sent HB.23 , the contributions of the following : Chas. VB.II Green . $ 1 00 Kgun and Kline. S3 V. A. Vnngreen. 1 ( X ) T. K. Vungrcen. Minnie Nelson tB ! John Hobbs . . . . . , i iKi It. M. Sampson ! 25 A. H. Hooh.i , . . . 1 " l'E. . Mugmlson 8. K. Lower. . . . . . . . i. . . i. i. . i. . . . 111. . , Herbert G. Haiti..t 1 Geo. n. King. . ; . . . . 1 Bum H. Fiirnworth 1 M. U. McOlunff S. A. Collins 1 00 A. J. Medina 1 ( H ) Zcnus Stephens 1 00 TnRgart & Taggart i. , . . . . . . . . 1 00 Fred Shlnroek 2 ( X ) Gco. IIUHsic i 1 00 WKKPIXO WATKIl'H UIIKlt U.ITY. Dr. J. W. Thomas of Wuupliig Water , Nob. , encloses f 17.0. ) for Etta Bhattuc-k , the sumo buliiK the contribution of the citizens of that thriving town. Dr. Thomas adds : "If Miss Shuttuck is not placed ' " 1 > n Independent Jiniinciul condition Vro Will do more for hor. " The list of thcso contributors will bo pub- Jislioil to-inorroW. rilOM TJlri FKII1TIXO fAIHOX. Mr. VfcuKOK , IAI. Jan , JtO , Tp the Editor fifth * Una : I write youf rom the uprightly , Jlttlo town of Grlawold.nn. , where I gave un nn entertainment last wcok , nnd have to "try t over a ain" to-night. Lust evening I nrtiaohcd to a union meeting in the Mctho- Hl l church , nnd at the close I read from Saturday's Hun the appeal in behalf of Miss ICUlo Shuttuck , and then Pus tor Stovcns and I'ost Commander Dlckoy passed the baskets. Herewith I uentl * draft with the "results , " § 112. The respond * was so cheerful and imtrlotiu that I Wished that poor suffering daughter of u disabled veteran Could have Witnessed It. It would have lighted up the cloom of her chamber of sultorUig. 1 hope iniiny other pastors and post commandurs Vnay , this week , or ns soon as practicable , arrange to work together llko Stevens and | ) lckoy , "us true yoke-fellows" In this behalf. Commander Dlokoy Is not u church member , , lut nobody regarded it as ancraUffe for him to perform this service. I Imagine the repe tition of such n 8ccno In a thousand of Our Churches would make the Kiigols glad , as wull ns enlighten thu now deeply shadowed homo of our poor comrade und Ills terribly ntlllctcd You HURRost that the Omaha teachers unite In our effort for their afflicted slater. Might not the Grand Army posts und teachers of Omaha very successfully combine in un ef fort of the kind you HURgcstt It seems to ino that an entertainment might bo gotten up ; and that enough tickets could bo sold at 60 conU aploco to crowd your largest audi torium. Other Nebraska cities might do llkowilo. In the nbseneopf something bet ter , I would cheerfully give one of my enter tainments for thin worthy object. Many Omaha comrades will remember meetings find hoarlnc mo at your state encampment. A letter will roaoh tno at nny time if ad dressed to my homo , Ml. Vornon. Iowa ; but I shall bo In Nebraska the 3d , 4th , fflh and th of February , having cDRiiKomcnts on tliORO datoa at Wahoo , Winner , wuyno und IIa tlngs ( respectively , nnd if I can render nny service , I will bo glad to do go on either he 8th or Oth before returning to 1111 engago- onts to eastward. JOHN IIociAitTii Lo7.nit. OM VIIA , Jmu aO. To the Editor of the UKB : I'leaso find oriolosod cheek for ten (10) ( ) dollars lars us a contribution to the Heroine fund to be divided as follows : Miss Bhattuck , four (4) ( ) dollars ; Miss Hoyce. three (8) ( ) dollars ; ftllss Prcouuin , three ( S ) dollars. Bhould bo pleased to have the HRK advocate organized ( \ctlonaiilongthobookkeeporsof Omaha in 60 worthy H causo. Their purses may bo email but tholr hearts nro largo and I urn euro they will gladly respond. E. E..IMMKUM.VN. . riiotf IOWA rutcxus. NKOIA , In. , Jan. IK ) . To the Editor of the PKK. Enclosed please find two drafts for the ptcbruska heroines. Ono for 110.05 In favor pf Miss Etta Shattuck ; ono for f 10 in favor Of Miss Louise Uoyco. 1'leaso acknowledge teoelpt of them through the Hrs , as dona tions from the citizens of Nroln , la. Wo PtArtoa this collection last Saturday morning vy collecting 10 cents from every ono and komo ave 'J3 oonU. with the above result. jVouUl suggest that each town In Iowa and Nebraska try the same plan , they can no ( loubt do as well ns wo have und say that each town in Nebraska und Iowa raise (15 fach nnd take It for granted that there nro COO towns at fin , would equal IV'.OUO ' which Vould bo quite a sum and easily raUod If Dnyone takes hold of It. Please note the flraft * ns funds from the citizens of Ncola , la. , and vicinity. CKO. H. Iitwix. rnox COUKCIL nl.urrs. The HEB has received * tl.SO from Council Illunsl for Miss Jloyoo , Ti.bO for Miss Shat tuck. The following nro the contrlbutojs : Dan Cnrngtr. Council llluffsJ ; Troxell Uros. , Council Ulufls , fj ; Charlotte Cuinm. C.uncll llluffs , r > 0 cents , Eliza Comm , 20 tents ; Thomas Cainui , 10 cents ; Mrs. O. W. liutU , $1 ; MUs LouUo Butts , $1 ; total , fO.SO. f IIIK.NIIS AT T11K STOCKYAUD3. M. Uurko & Son headed a subscrlntlou list for the benefit of MUs Slmttuck nnd in u fihort time fXH ) wns raised which amount ba been paid to the HBB fund. The notion Of these guntlcmon needs no comment. The result speaks for Itself and the Itr.B tenders l Ujcm the earnest hourtfolt thanks of all friends of the CAUSO. The following Is the list of contributioni M. Uurko * Sons flO 00 V.V. . Gasman 2 00 Nelson Purlntou 200 J. M.Ornnthnm. . . , 2 00 .T. A. Frnzler. . . . . S 00 M. H. Mead 1 00 Union Stockyard * Bank , , R Oil Cash 9 00 John V. Ilojril 10 00 S. U. Fcnno 2 ( X ) C , H. Brodrlek 2 00 IX K. I'nrkuurst 1 00 C. H. Moody ' . 1 Od Hyorn , Patterson tt Co 2 00 W. R Brown 1 00 Wngoncr , lllrney ft Co fi ( H ) Lofmann it llothsehlld fi 00 Uofembnnm Live Stock Co fi 00 L. 11. Gorlmm 1 oo Fred Chittcmlcn 1 ( H ) James l oley 2 00 W.J.STato 1 ( Hi A.O. Dnveniwrt 1 00 L. MarUn. . . 1 00 A. Haas fi ( K ) Union Kundcrlng and Itcllnlng Co fi IK ) Hoof and Horn , . . . . 2 ( K ) AlPowtll 1 tH ) J. T. McMnuniRft 2 ( XI W.H.Chcek 1 00 South Omaha Stockman fi 00 LeoMInler 1 00 C.M.Carson 1 00 J. H. Nash 1 ( X ) .T. H. Hnngnlo fi oo K. H. Hoyd 1 00 Dorsey Hros. ft Clifton fi 00 Horn it Thorpe 5 00 " " 'iivugo ' it Orecn fi ( XI ' . Mitchell 2 ( X ) \E. Pearl 1 ( X ) South Omaha National Hunk fi ( X ) . C.-Sharp fi ( XI 1111 it Smiley 2 00 'ulmer , Hichmaii & Co 2 00 V. J. Davis 1 00 .M. IXiud 2 00 A..C. Foster 1 ( XI jcroy Hough 1 ( X ) McCloud , Lovo&Co fi 00 Vlartln Bros 500 C. A. Horlno 1 ( X ) Anglo Amorlcnn Provision Co fi 00 Armour it Cudahy Packing Co fi ( X ) < co. H. Hammond it Co 500 I.K. Nowmuuu 1 00 rolin S. Hrown 1 00 C. A. Hlimoy 100 W. A. Sohicr 100 0. Stoddard 1 00 ' . Mahoney. v 100 \ K. Sanders 1 ( K ) G. H. Halter 100- : . A. Stearns 2 ( X ) 'nil Gurrotson 1 00 J. F. Strohm 100 1. G. Jones 100 K. T. Honker. 100 iV. O. Dodge 2 00 John II. WuHwork. . . . , 1 ( X ) Jan Williams 1 ( X ) M. J. Stephens 1 00 red Smith 1 00 W. U. Williams 1 00 Ed. Cullcn 1 00 H. M. Halo 1 ( X ) ) K Walters I 00 James Corliu. . 1 ( X ) H. P. Brady , . , , . . . 100 ' v. v/ctsc-oeo ; . . ; . . . . 100 H. J.Gehr 1 00 I. A. Bmyton. . . . " " i oo J. M. Munroe k 100 Ferrall , Mauley & Co , 3 00 Total $200 00 THE UOIil. OF HONOU. Those \Vho Have HecoKnlaod Courage nnd Devotion. Every mail brings new contributions to the B fund and ndds now names to the Uoll of Honor. It is certainly gratifying to observe the Ihtorest the people are manifesting , ! ) ! the good wotk. It Is true that many who are especially indebted to the cause have not yet been heard from nnd that a few who have contHbut'-d have given much less than they should , yet the great majority of'tho contri butions received have been exceedingly lib eral. The citizens of Nebraska owe it to themselves to sco that this fund is swelled 16 grand proirartions. The fact of the inaugu ration of this movement has gene abroad and followed in the wake of the fame of the beneficiaries. . The people of ottior sections will watch with Interest the manner in which the citizens of Nebraska- care for these young ladles. It will bo to the credit of this Btato if these witnesses are startled by the generous treatment Ncbras- kans accord tholr heroines. The Bun extends - tends to the people in every quarter an ear nest invitation to add their mite to the fund. Have you recognized courage und a devotion t Have you contributed to the HKK fund ! if not cOmo to the front and bo enrolled amonsr thu many others who have given substantial evidence of their sympathy In the cause , ETTA SIIATTtirK FUND. ' Amount received up to January 30.504 85 HKI : press room employes il ( X ) Dr. H. P.Jensen , . . . , 5 ( X ) Employes of A. J. Simpson 1300 Inez Uurnhnm 1 ( K ) Andrew Hosewator 7 00 J. H. P. Lehman & Co 5 00 Walter Hramlols 1 ( X ) W. A. Howlaml 2 ( X ) W.Arthur ' . . . . . . 200 C. D. Sutphcn's second list 4(1 ( 2.1 J. C. Worth 1 ( X ) Employes of U. G. Dun & Co 7 50 MetroiKilitan Club , 101X1 J. W. Hoffman , Lincoln 1 ( XI J.P. Shcoly fi ( XJ West Point , Neb. , concert 12 2.1) Tinners' Union No. 1 , Omah'a : 5 0(1 ( Madison , Neb. , . . , , 4t ( 1X1 Irvlncton. Neb 20 Ofl E. F.'lrwin , Crnig.Nob 1 25 A. Eicholberger , Stuart , Neb 1 Ofl A. Ponnau : i oa Blake , Brilco & Co. and employes 11 fill Employes Hurmeister's tin shop 5 IXI Morris II. Sloman 5 00 Weeping Wutcr.Neb 4 ( M P. M. Wolcat , Weeping Water 5 0J ( A. Friend , Valentino 5 Ofl Clerks of the U , S. National bank , ' Omnhn , SS 00 Dan Carrigg , Council Bluffs ii 00 Troxoll Bros. , 1 ( XI Charlotte Cumin , 5(1 ( Eliza Caiilm , . 20 , t. . . . Thomas Camm. , , 1U Mrs. O. W. HUtler. T OU MiM Louisa Butler , , 1 ( HI Citizens bank , Ulepses 5 ( XI A. B. Snowdmt. . . It IK ) C. H. Havens & Co 4 Oil IrvinoA LntOy 51X1 J. H. Boll , Aurora 5 ( XI Church Mooting , Mt. Vernoi f Ju 12 ( HI E. E. Zimmerman 4 I'fl OitUens of Noola , In 10 OS Nan Green & Helm list 122. K. K. Brndwoy , 1 ( Hi Stock Yards list 200 ( HI Total . ' . . frl.lCO ( M 1.0UISR UOVCK KUXI1. Amount received up to Jan. 80 . 201 2ii Bee press room employes . 1 ( X Andrew Hosuw.itor . 4 ( X J. F. H. Lehman & Co. , . 2 ( x W , Arthur . 2 ( K C. D. Sutphcn list . 1 W Employes II. G. Dun . 7.11 Bonnison Bros . , , , . . . . . , . 1001 Troxell Bros..Council Bluffs . 1 IK Metropolitan Club . SIX J. W. Hoffman , Lincoln . 1 ( X ! Citizens1 Bank , Ulysses , . 5 IX C. B. H a vans & Co. , , , . . ' . . . . 4 IK J.P. Shcoly . SIX Irvington , Neb . 0 IX A. Eioheloorgcr , Stuart . , . 1 01 Blake , Hruco & Co. and employe ! . 5 7. P. M. Wolcott , Wiping Water . fi OC E. E. Xlmmorman . . . U IX Citizens of Novla , I . 10 CK Total MINNIE TURKMAN' riXl ) > . Amount received up to Jan. 80 . (100 N BEH press room . 1 ( X Andrew llosewator . 4 01 J. H. P. Lehman . U ( K W. Arthur . 1 C. D. Sutphon list . 1 It. G. Dun it Co. employe * . 7 W Bonnison Bros . 10 W Metropolitan club . 5 ( X J. W. Hoffman , Lincoln . 1 ( X Clark tt 1 to ward , Weeping Water . 3 CK C. B. Harens&Co . 2 J. F. Sheely . 5 0 ( A. Elcholbergor , Stuart . 1 01 Blake. Bruce tt Co. and employes . ! > 7' ' P. M. Wolcott , Weeping Water . 5 0 ( E. R Zimmerman . , . 3 IK Total $2252 : TUB cmuwEN'a ruxu. This fund belongs exclusively to the cull drcn , nnd the amounts contributed will lx used for the purpose of erecting a monument over tno groves Of the lltllo .Wcatphatai flri. ) It | a penny collection. From pupils of the Izard nchool (11.42. AnnlOnnd Bosslo Cameron. . ( . . . n 00' ' St. PaulsMlsMonftchool. . . . . 2 10 Jwtnnn Wnkefleld. . . BO Fred Shlnrock 3 00 George Husslo , . . . . , , , , , , , . 1 00. Total t20M ( Tho"l eo" Fund. The present condition of the four funds opened by the Bur. Is us follows : Etta Shattuck $1,100 ( V. LouIse Unycfe It 10 ( XI Mlnnlo Freeman 22581 Wcstphttlon monument fund * 20.IU Cash to ppccml fund , , , : t0.2Ti Grand toUil 1,785.5- ) Appreciative Flrt-mr-n. A fund for the bcncllt of the storm heroines , Misses Shatluck , Uoyce and Freu- man , has been started | \t this ofllco of the chief of the llro department , nnd the firemen who are no strangers to privation , danger und suffering nro responding with n lavish hand. The amount raised will < be Bent Into the HUE Friday. A Dinner. To the Editor of thoBKu : Not wishing to bo behind our liberal citizens In contributing toward the funds for our Nebraska heroines , I desire to Inform your readers that on Sat urday , February 4,1 will give n alnnor , the entlro receipts thereof to bo added to the funds ns follows : Ono-bnlf to Mlss'Shatturk , the other to bo divided equally between Miss Freeman and Miss Uoyco. The menu will bo very elaborate , comprising all the dolaca- clcs of the season. I should like a represen tative of your paper to bo present during the dinner with authority to rccclvo thd money and receipt for same , so that nil may know that this is not meant for a business "ad. " or to catch trade. B. F. Nonius , Pi-op. Norris' HpstaurAiit. Notes. Are the ladles of Omaha and other portions of the state enlisted In the causal Has Mr. Wilson , the llvo stock dealer , de cided upon a day Uxm | which his pony will bo sold for Miss Shattuck's benefit ! Has Mr. F. M. Woods , of 'Lincoln , the llvo stock dealer , set n day upon which his flue heifer will bo sold for the bouuflt of Etta Shattuck 1 What day will the printers nnd stereotypcrs II x for their contribution to the Shattuck fund ! The different churches will , perhaps , take up collections next Sunday for the benefit of Etta Shattuck. The collection taken at the Congregational church , Council Bluffs , Sunday night for the bonollt of Miss Shattuck , amounted to WO. At Lincoln. The following amounts wore raised Mon- dav at the state house by Superintendent Lane toward funds for Miss Shattuck , Miss Royce and Miss Freeman : For MJaa Rh ttuefc9. . " 15. Lsr.o $ ! 0 , G. L. Laws $10 , Joseph Scott $0 , C. M. Carter $1 , J. K. Marlay 50 cents , Maude Scott II , Hattlo Ramsey ( I , Clara Carmody $1 , Brad P. Cook ' 1 , M. Howe $1 , J. M. Thaycr $3. For Miss Freeman H. A. Bubcock $5 , Joseph Scott $2 , C. M. Carter CO cents , J. 1C. Mtrlay 50 cents For Miss Hoyce G. B. Lane $5 , Joseph Scott $ -J. Superintendent Lane also starts a fund for heroic und froccn children $4 , and for frozen teachers $5. Superintendent Langford , of Lincoln county , sends $20 to bo divided in the differ ent funds. The Tlirco Heroines. BU Lieut. 0. D. Towlcy , While man , poised on a point between The past nnd future all unseen , Pollutes with fratracidal gore The fairest scenes the sun streamed o'er , Weak woman from such strife at rest * Pursuesho promptings of the breast ; To meekness lent and sacrifice On which rains Incense from the skies The love surpassing that of woman Surpasses surely all things human. As points the heedlo toward the polo , - As longs for heaven each passing soul , So does each true heroic heart Aspire to do a hero's part. Kicking Vp a Rumpus. The retrenchment ordered by the cotinty commissioners In reference to salaries and the number of clerks to bo employed in the respective county ofllccs is kicking up n rumpus in the county building , and heads of departments are vigorous In their condem nation of what they term hasty action on the part of the boa.-d. By the now rules Mr. Mcgruth Is compelled to dlspensa with four clerits , und yesterday was sharpening up the ofllcial axe 10 begin the slaughter. Ho also had n consultation with Chairman O'Kocffo und told him that under the present arrange ments ho could not conduct his oftlco , that of register of deeds , in Justice to himself or the public. What the outcome is to bo will bo Watched with Interest by all parties Inter ested. TilceiiBCtt to Wed. The following licenses to marry were Issued yesterday by Judge Shields : Name and residence. Age. Walter Q. Webb , Washington Terrltory..24 Nora Flannery , Omaha 20 Ernst L. Smith. Council Bluffs , la 2 ! ) Ida Pruyn , Omaha 21 John Stengel , Omaha 20 Ellaltarty. Lincoln , Neb 23 John Dohnko , Omaha 25 Lena Struttmau , Omaha 20 Stand From Under. Obstructions to prevent parsons from pass ing on the walks below the embankments on nil streets have been erected nnd danger sig nals are irastcd up. It Is feared that there will bo a number of casualties If thli warm weather continues and that ns soon as the fiost goes out of the ground there will be a number of cave ins. The two banks ut the comer of Sixteenth and Hurncy streets are considered especially dangerous. Pence on Knrtli Awnlts thnt countless tinny of ninrtvrs , whoso ranks nro constantly recruited from the victims of nervousness knnd norvousdisoasoa. Thopricoof the boon is usvstonmtio cow-so of Hosteller's Stomach ach Bitters , the finoat nnd moat genial of tonio iiorvinos , pursued with reason able persistence. Easier , plcastintor and safer tills than to tnvnah the victualling department with pseudo-tonics , alco holic or the reverse , beef extracts , nerve foods , narcotics , sedatives and poisons In disguise. "Tired Nature's sweet restorer , balmy sleep , " is the providential recu- perant of weak nerves , and this glo rious franchise being usually the consequences quences of bound digestion and in creased vigor , the great stomachic which insures both , is produotivo nlso of re pose at the required time. Not unro- froahod awakens the individual who uses it , hut vigorous , clear headed and tranquil. Use the Bitters also in fever and ague , rheumatism , kidney troubles , constipation and billiousncss. Ills Narrow Ksenpe. Harry Johnson , nn engineer on the Union Pacific , had a narrow escape from dcjith Sun day night. The train was running ut the rate of 'orty miles an hour. Mr. Johnson climbed out of the cab and made his way to the head llalit to adjust the wick. While returning ( I0 dipped and lust managed to catch the rau with ono hand. Ho hung there until relieve ! by his nremun. Unsuspected disorders of the Iddnoy are responsible for many oMheordinnrj ailments of humanity which neglected develop into a serious and perhaps fata malady. Exporlonco would suggest the use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver urn Kidney Bui in. Suspected of Burglary. Isaac Peterson , a rather Innocent looking man. was run In about 12o'clockyestordayon suspicion of being accessory to the late burglary In Austin's wliolcaalo boot and shoe houso. Kirk's White Cloud Floating Soap. Given ait ideal of what is highest nnd host , then persistent effort in the dt motion of Its practical fulfillment , and you have the ROMANCE OF TRADE. For many years Messrs. J. S. Kirk Si Co. followed n settled purpose to reach perfection in the manusacturo of white soaps , and now WHITE CLOUD IS THE CHIEF , "Whlto , radlont , syotless , exquisitely pure , " is this peerless product of rare skill. Whtto Cloud Is a floating sonp. It is not at all out of place in the laundry , ivl though so generally commended fcr the bath and toilet. It is absolutely pure. If your dealer docs not keep White Cloud Soap , send us 10 cents iu slumps mid wo will maid you a sample cake postpaid. ' JAS. S. KIRK & CO , , Chicago. A New Oil Company. The Omaha & Plntto Valley Oil company filed articles of incorporation Monday with the county clerk. Tho'Jkuthorized capital is 500,003 , of which $100,000 Is tobo subscribed prior to the commcnccnicht of business. The general nature of tbo business is to bo the developing of oil lands and mining property in the territory of Wyoming and to oroot mills and refining works. The Incorporators are ns follows : A. L.'Strang , C. C. Glarko , George 1J. Tzschuok , N. P. Poll , Andrew Uosewatcr and Henry Suossenbach. CREAM BAKING IH superior excellence proven In millions of homos for more than a quarter of a ci ntury. It Is used by the United btutcs Government. En dorsed by the heads of the Great Universities lU the Strongest , Purest nnd most Healthful. Dr. Price's ( 'ream linking Powder does not contain Ammonia , Umo or Alum. Sold only In cans. 1'UICE liAKINO I'OWDKllCO. NEW YOUR , ClItOAOO. BT. LOUI9 Easily digested ; of the fluent Havor. Ahearty beverage for a strong appetite t a delleate drink for the sensitive. Thoroughly tested ; nutritious ; palatable ; unexcelled In purity ; no unpleasant after effects. Requires no boiling. SOLD BV W.R. BENNETT&CO. II. O. WILBUK & SONS , , PA. SteekPiano Itcinnrkablo for powerful i . llietlc tone , pllabli''action ana"nS- Bolute durability. ! IU yearn record , the beat guarantee of the excul- Itncp of thesn liftninii'nta. WOODBRIDGE6ROS , Sf ndhtitnp foruftDiBhlvlh pj | * DlftKAttCA. iMYiifwuTft WAMU AVI. . CKIUM. SCIENTIFIC CLUCK & WILKINSON. J01ICI008 AN ! KR8I8TE1IT AdrertUlng IIM olwnya | > roroa succosiful. Before placing any Nowgpaper Ad vortlilnjr oooia > | LORD * THOMAS , ADTKTIIIta iOIlTt , U t * O H.i.l k * lmk CHIOAOa FOUNTAIN BRA.2STDS KINE5 CUT AND F > LUO Incomparably th Bast. WEAK , UNDEVELOPED PARTS Of til. Uo4r cnltrjtd nd lrenianJ. I'ull | > jrtlcu- . X. -Yuk ; UdUa Uon , etc. . a44tcu kbtr * . l I 11011(11 ( mum , . S. DEPOSITORY , OltAHA , NEB. JPaid Up Capital , $26OOOO Surplus , - CO.OOO II Vf. YATis , Prcsldnnt. LEWIS r. HKKU , Vice-President. A. . TOU/AWN , 2d Vlce-l'rosldent. VT. It. B. HuOUKS , Cashlof DtHKCTOnR. W. V. Mnnsft , Jonn 3. Cor.r.tNS , H. W. YATCB , ' LEWIS S. UIKD , A. B. TOUZALIN. Banking Ofllce THE IRON BANK.1 Cor. 12th and Farnnm Bts. A General Uanklne iluslnnss Transacted. THE OMAHA , BEL ANY PART OF LI Foil 20 Cents a "Week. Seven papers a week. Bend your Order to the office , 1029 P Street , Capital Hotel Building J. B. HAYNES , - OFFICIAL - STENOGRAPHER , Third judicial District. BT CHAMI1BU OF COMMKKO B. Dr. OTTERBOURG Oth & Douglas Streets , Omaha , Neb , HIALTH. WEALTH. SPECIALIST. Nervous , Mental and Private Diseases Prompt attention glvun to correspondence , hy euclualiU poStaKO. ; Oglce hours 0 to K a. in. , a to fi anil 7 to 8 p. in. FOR SALE BY N. B. FALCONER AND FISHER BROS. J.W. Barnsdall , M. D Homa'oputhio Specialist , SURG-EON Gi/nvccologM anil Obstetrician. Telephone 070. RAMGE BLOCK , - - OMAHA. E.T.Allen , M. D. , Iloma-opathtc Bpcl lUt , CYC THROAT tit AND NOSE , Spectacles Accurately I'l escribed. RAMGK HL'K. , OMA HA IP. j. Surgeon and Physician , Office N. Vf Corner 1Uh and Houglaa Ht. Office , telephone , 1U ; llesldenco telephone , Wd , CAN YOU USE Your money more judiciously than to expend it wisely in your clothing. You will find at the MISFIT PARLORS thisweek what remains as special bargains , as we will offer greater induce ments than ever offered in genuine clothing. NO TRASH , but such as are equal to any man's taste or price. SUIT. AT POU $ 8.00 which was made to order for. .918.00 H.70 " " . 1M.OO 10.40 " " . i ! .oO 111.80 " " , ffll.OO . 128.00 14.10 u , 110.00 15.80 u . : ii .r > o n.fio u , mi.oo 18.IH ) u u , 40.00 20.85 u u . 45.00 AT FOR $22.00 which was made to order for .J17.00 11 ii . 60.00 Sico u u . 62.00 u u . oTi.OO UoiTO 11u u . 00.00 27.IU ) 11u IIII . 02.00 28.40 u II . 05.00 20.00 u IIII . (17.00 ( ttO.SX ) K II . 00.00 81.40 II . 7U.O AT FOR 8 0.20 which was made to order > .116.00 8.70 ( I 18.00 10.00 U u 22.00 12.40 u II 88.0 ) 14.20 ( ( II Kl.10 IIII II I ! ' . ! ' . ! ! ! ' . ' . ' . ! ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ! ' . ! ' . * . ' . ! ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ! ' . ' . ! ' . ' . ! ! ' . ' . ! ' . ' . ' . as'.oo1 18.70 II ( I 4o.oo 20.30 II Cl 45.00 3.45 II II 00.00 IIII IIII 24.40 II II 1. 5.3.00 AT . FOH S 0.70 which wag to order . . . . . . . liW.OO 11.40 " . , . 4 . t . , Bo.OO 1JJ.OO " " . ; . 1JO.OO 16.80 " . H3.50 17.S5 " u . , . i . ftS.OO 10.80 " . , . t 42.6Q' 21.80 " " . , . 48.00 2.J.70 " " . n . , .t 62.00 28.00 " " . , . 00.00 30.40 " . , . ( . . 70.04 ' thousand nine hundred and sixty - seven : i pairs , embracing all the leading styles of cuts and patterns in pantaloons that man ever had an idea of wearing , at the following prices , which1 in proportion to quality never was worn by man.1 You are invited to investigate this assertion. PAIR PANTALOONS ! ! i i AT 9 2.35 which was mudo to order . $ o.OO 11.40 " " . g.Ofll 4.80 u IIII 5.20 11ii IIII 10.50 0.70 ii II iiu IIII 7.25 u IIII 8.40 u II 9.10 ii II 20.00 AT FOI 2.50 which was made to order . , , , . $ 6 8.80 6o 4-00 ii II iiK IIII oeo 5.80 K II 11.00 0.10 K IIU 12.60 7.20 it U ' 15.00 > 8.10 IIII III ( 17.60 o.ao II II 10.60 AT YOUR OWN PRICE Having overstocked our furnishing goods de partment , we now find we will neea the room more than the money ; in consequence we will , in order to reduce the stock as much as possible at this advanced part of the season , offer All Win ter Furnishing Goods , including Fur Caps of musk , rat.cat and seal skin , at50c on the dollar. Any doubts , satisfy them by paying B VISIT TO THE Misfit Parlors , 1119 FARNAM STREET. 1119 N. B. Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention. HIMEBAUGH & .TAYLOR , ICE TOOLS , Wire Rope , Plows , Buffalo Scales , Markers Hooks , , Scale Repair Shop. Grapples , Slide Iron. OMAHA.