Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 14, 1888, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , FEBBUARY 14 , 1SSS. Ignoring ovqry nile net down in their charter , nnd they should bo called off , . . . . Mr. Her iwkod , if a tncfctlng Was to be hold , uliould it not bo under the aUBplccs ol luo citizen * nnd not tlio board of t rudo. Mr. Ilnscwntcr replied that it mattered little who fathered or fostered it. The subject wasonoUmt interested every cm- * cn nnd tax payer. , , Mr. Nason again moved that n meetlnc beheld hold next Saturday night at Urn same phico to discuss matters pcrtalnlni ? to nubile im provements. etc. , to which tlio cm/ens iind Uix-iiaycrs or the city bo Invited. 'Ihe motion was unanimously carried. ONE JUUVM AX "KICKED. " JIo In form H the Court Tlmt lie Won't Btny Out All NlKht. William KclfT , the hack drix-crclmrRcd with BteullnK a KoM watch from tlio pockuta of a mnn in the saloon of Charley Hltfglns , on 1/onRlas street lust December , toyed with the tresses of his llttlo daughter and affection- ntcly talked with liis wife In the district court yesterday afternoon whllo his attorney pleaded with the jury not to find him guilty nnd County Attorney Sitneral mauo us equally impressive niinealu for his conviction. At flvo o'clock .luilgo GrofI charred tlio Jury , and told them that ho would wait for them an hour , as ho thought that in that tltno llioy would bo enabled to como to Homo understanding as to tliflr verdict. Tlic.V filed out , and after the lfiiiO ) of fifty minutes returned , and the fore man stated that thov could not arrive at an agreement mid that there was no possibility of their reaching one. The foreman asked that they bo discharged. To this the Judge demurred. nnd told them to go back to their dpllboral tlons and stay out all night. These Instruc tions wcro cxccpti'd to by ono of the Jurors , Who spoke up and said : "I'll not stay out al- Iilght , " anil questioned the authority of the court to compel him. Judge Groft was evidently taken aback jvith the Juryman's bold assertion , but said nothing , and again put them under the care nf a bailiff and sent thorn to their delibera tions. Personal I'nrnijrnplis. John TJ. Means , of Grand Island , Neb. , is nt the MilliuJ. L. T. Itoss , of Hod Oak , la. , is at the Mil- lard. Frank Sharno , of Atkinson , Nob. , U attho Millard. Mrs. D. D. Wade , of Lincoln , Neb. , is at the Millard. A. G. Collins , of Hebron , Neb. , is at the Mlllurd. Albert S. Cole , of Nebraska City , Nob. , is tit the Millard. Eo J. Morris and wife , of Green Rlvor , la. , are at the Millard. The Hon. G. M. Lambcrton nnd wl/c , of Lincoln , Nob. , uro at tlio Millard. Judge Hopowell Is at the Millard. A. G. Ewing , Clinton , Iowa , is at the Paxton - ton , George W. Ostcrhout , of David City , Neb. , Is ut the Paxton. Charles W. Poor , of Lincoln , Nob. , is at tlio Paxton. E. Tibblts , of Lincoln , Neb. , is at the Pax- teX Dr. and Mrs. J. Gerth , Jr. . with Miss John- eon , of Lincoln , Nob. , arc at tlio Paxton. The Bucket Shop. NEW YOUK , Jan. 18. The bucket shops raided by police last Sunday are all open ngain this morning , conducting business n ; usual. _ Imw nnd Order. To the Editor of the Omaha BEE : A call is just issued for the sixth annual meeting of the National Law and Ordot League of the United States , to bo held "at Philadelphia , on the 21st and ii-'nd ol February next. It is earnestly desired that this state tnay bo well roprcsontod. The National league embraces in its membership a largo number of the best men of tlio country , prominent foi patriotism , philanthropy , morality , hu manity nnd Christianity ; who are united upon the broad principle of the enforce' tnent of the laws ; and maintaining the doctrine that the perpetuity of free government depends on the supremacy of the laws , ana the safety of the people on their efllciontonforcemcnt. They assemble upon the broad pint' form of the Law and Order league , ask ing only obedience to the laws ; sinking all partisan and sectarian differences : agreeing to disagree about all question : ns to what laws would best accompli si the suppression of the ovilb which it i ; their aim to remove , but firmly unitct in favor of upholding the laws nov Btnnding on the statute books of the nn t ion , and of the .several states , and o compelling obedience to their provl uions , while they remain the laws of tin land. The specific object and work of the league is to secure obedience to the lawi enacted , to restrict and supprcsscss tlu liquor trnlllc , to suppress gambling am licentiousness , to prevent Sabbath dose crotion , nnd all other olTcnsos again B the woll-bolng of society , and for the prevention of pauperism , insanity and crime , produced by the sale of intoxicat ing liquors. It aims also to encourage tuid assist the authorities to enforce the laws. The league antagonizes the most powerful orful and malignant enemies of bocia order , of the state and of morality. In furtherance of the work , request ii tnado this year , ns it has been in pro feeding years , that all clergymen of nl denominations will speak upon the sub jcct to their congregations , on the Sab bath immediately preceding this anuua tueeting ; and I uesiro , through youi columns , to repeat this request to thi clergymen of Nebraska. All law and order leagues of the stati ivi'O requested to send representatives t < this national congress of law and ordei workers ; and individuals not nssociatoi with such leagues , but intorobtcd ii puoh work , are cordially invited to at tend. Porspns desiring information concern Ing the league , and those proposing ti nttond the meeting at Philadelphia , an requested to communicate with L. E Dudley , secretary National Law nn < Order league , -8 School street , Boston Muss. T. H. LKAVITT , Vice Pros , for Nob. , Nat. L. and O league of U. S. A Shrewd Swindling Heheino. Now York Telegnm : "Can anybod ; change n $5 gold piece' ? " As a thin nvcnuo conductor made this inquiry th other night a , brawny passenger stooi beside him waiting the reply. Nobod ; could change the piece , and the pas Eongcr said : "All right , give it to mo I'll get out' and get it changed and tak the next car. " "Don't got off , " saldared-mouBtachci young man in glasses ; ' 'let mo lend yoi live cents. " "But you don't know mo. No I'll geOff Off : I havpn't far to go. " "Nonsense , ' tald the red-moustachci young man. "Sit down , there , I'v | mld your faro. " "Well , I'm over so much obliged t you. " "Don't speak of it ; I've been iu tha fix myself/1 t "Delicate situation ? " "Yes , hut likely to happen tonny one This in bad weather for getting off an Dn cars. " "Then the two conversed ainicabl Ull ho who had bcon obliged rose an left the car , with an adieu and re no we Ihunks. "I'll bet that that fellow hns mor dimes and nickles in his pocket than luivo , " said thu rod-moublachod youn man to thu conductor , "What ? No ! " said the latter. "Yos ; that's an old fnko. His S piece is counterfeit , and ho wanted I work it on you or EOIUU of the J > ! tt-t * t , TUITION PAID IN HEROISM , Llfo Scholarships Presented to Two Blizzard Heroines , f SUPERINTENDENT LANE'S FUND , Contributions From Over the State A Unique I/c al Document on the "Age ofConient" Lmw Lincoln News , frnoM THE nnn's LINCOLN The fund that Sttito Superintendent Lane la receiving from the schools in ho Bttito for the relief of the touchers > vho suffered In the storm is increasing. Yoslerduy Mr. Lane' hud some 8300 on land and the following now contribu- ions wore received : From the state normal schoolllio ; Pavvneo City board f trade , $2o ; Edpar public schools , $11 ; pupils of the ninth grade , Omaha high chool5 ; Herbert Myrick , editor of ho Farm and Home , Springfield , Mass. , ! 1 for Miss Iloyeo. Prof. Furnlmin , of .ho . state normal school , has olTorcd to five Miss Freeman n full corn-so of in struction in that school , board included. The North Nebraska normal college , of Madison , Neb. , has forwarded to Super- "ntondent Lane two life scholarships for Miss Royce and Lena Woebbecko. The certificates state that the parties named nave paid tuition in heroism from Feb ruary 10 to the end of their lives. , and are entitled to full college instruction , art , music , commercial studios and short-hand. The btato superintendent has received u letter from Valley county reciting the good work in the fitorm of two teachers , both of whom have their postolllco at Vinton , Valley county. Ono Mary Powell , whoso ago 's sixteen and who was teaching her Irst term , staid with her children at the school houbo until the fuel gave out , when she safely took them home , li distance of a half mile. The other teacher , Mrs. Jane Powell , took her school a half mile facing the storm and in keening the wraps around one child froze her hand severely. When she reached a place of safety she was so exhausted as to bo unable to speak. THE UHANT-WHIGHT CASK. The Grant-Wright case , which brought out Judge Morris' celebrated decision on the ago of consent law passed nt the last legislature , has boon appealed to the supreme court. Yesterday JUdge Miihon , who appears for the court below , filed his brief in the supreme court which , to the court , will bo an interest ing document. The brief goes over all the points in this case and dwells especially on the criminal code as amended in regard- rage and the ago of consent the point seeming to bo whether the law arbitrarily btating that a female under iifleen is a child , or whether proof is.necessary that the per son of such ago is yet a child. The brief holds that proof is necessary , and in commenting upon this point the leg islature is discussed in tlio following highly entertaining way. The brief says : "Some things the legislature of Nebraska can do. There are some things it cannot. They cannot reverse the laws of nature or the decrees of di vine providence. They cannot make a woman a female child , nor make the child a woman. If she has reached the period of lifo when nature puts on for her the bloom of womanhood , she is a woman whether the ago bo twelve , thir teen or fifteen. Any other construction than that insisted on in the court below , or that which is hereinafter contended for , makes the statute a rape on nature , an absurdity , and brands the legislature with the folly of attempting to instruct God. " INCUKASK IK COItrORATIONS. At the secretary of state's office the number of articles of incorporation Hied during the past year have been compiled , and they show both in num bers and in the amount of capital stock over double the amount filed the year previous. Up to December 1887 , the close of the year , on the record there had boon fifed 225 raiscollnneons cor porations , including banks , manufactur ing companies , street railways , water works companies , building associations , etc. These miscellaneous corporations have in their combined capital stock $54,000,000 , although in but few in stances is the entire stock of a corpora tion paid up in full. It is , however , u great showing for now business in Nebraska for a single year. During the same year thirty-two railroads , real and on paper , have filed articles of incor poration , the combined capital stock of these roads being fixed at $71,1550,000. Some of these roads , which are branches of old roads previ ously contracted , represent n largo cash outlay , but by far the greater portion of the $71,000,000 has boon expanded on paper only. Another evidence of the increase of both wealth and business in the state is shown by the returns of banks that are made annually to the auditor of state. These returns show for the year ending January 1 , 18S8 , that there are over seven hundred banks in active business operation , against 420 reported for the year end ing January 1 , 1887. There is a great deal of practical worth in the showing of the increase of banks for , unlike many of the now corporations , they do not exist on paper and , almost without exception , their capital is largely paid in. A compilation of the capital in vested in the banks would show figures representing a great deal of money. ADDITIONAL NOTARIES. The following notarial commissions were issued from the governor's ofllco yesterday : William A. liodino. Reed , Box Butte county Ralph A. Weslon , Alliance , Box Butte county ; Edgar S. Bradley , Omalm ; John P. Broon , Omaha ; William Elmer , Gothenburg , Dawson-county ; S. S. Kauffmau , Goth enburg , Dawson county ; David C. Van Dorn , Plum Crook , Dawson county ; Walter E. Price , Max , Dundy county ; D. S. Hardin , Liberty , Gage ounty ; W , M. Ilulburt , Atkinson , Holt county ; Richard Miller , Norfolk , Madison coun ty ; Gilbert Mott , Lawrence , Nuckollf county ; John A. Johnson , Holdredgo Phelps county ; William McMann , Bo- dare , Sioux -county ; Horloy F. Morton Niota , York county ; J. H. Cowoll , York York county. LANCASTER COUNTY SCHOOLS. Superintendent McCluskoy handeO over $ -53.47 yesterday to the state super intendent , funds collected at dilToron ! schools in the county for the heroine fund. The teachers who have collected these funds are Minnie J. Snraguo , A B. Cooper , S. S. Huttcn , J. H. Spelts E. II. S'app , J. S. Bner , Miss Alice Flower , Lottie Cochrun , Florence Baker , Edith Bowman , Minnia Sprnguo Oscar Bowman , S. B. Hoover , Edith M Maryland , Jennie Kathon , EvaCulter Carrie Blizzard , Mattie Gilbert , Emmi Bruce , S. B. Hoover , E. E. Bishop , E II. Sapp , J , G. Soidoll and Surah Leiibe HITCHCOCK COUNTY HANK. The Hitchcock County bank filed ar ticles of incorporation with the bccre tnry of state yesterday. Place of bust ness Culbortson , Hitchcock county. Th < incorjiorators are : Aden D. King Wesley G. Teruploton , John C. Bono diet , John W. Wray , G. M. Daniels irvr. . . C. G. Crows , R. L. Perry , C. Arm strong , jr. , W. C. Dullard and Q.V. . Hunter. ' STATE AND TintltlTOUY. Nebraska Jotting * . The. Loun City frlrls' kiss is nalil to bens ns impressive ns tlio kick of u frolicsome colt. colt.Tho The Emmet Icho ! is silent. The local postolllco failed to increase its rever berations. Brown county lias fourteen Replica tions for divorces on the court ilockot. Tlio crop oUlnmcslia jtu-s is pretty largo for a young county. The Syracuse poilolllce fight has de veloped sulllclent bitterness to justify u cull of btato troops to prevent possible bloodshed. There are four candidates in the Held. Five hundred persons searched for the remains of Mrs. Chandler , who wtvs lost near Nordon in the Into blizzard , with out success. The impression is that wolves have devoured her. The Running Water lyceum nfter four hours' session , decided nlllnnntlvely "That bli/.zardBnro inorobonollcialtlmn lawyers. " Such clear cut wisdom rises lilco incense to bless the founders of the republic. The Long Pine ttnglo is out of tune. A local capitalist has plastered the con cern with n mortgage , and as soon as the Bugle noted his faults instead of his beauties ho promptly hushed it with foreclosure. The contract for the Paddock hotel and opera house in Beatrice has been let to a St. .loo linn for $ < i'J,850. ' This sum is for the superstructure , without the interior trimmings. The founda tion has already bcon built. The harmony of the Becmcr prohi bition convention hist week was rudely broken by the clink of the beer glass. The meeting wrs hold in n hall over a Miloon , and the privilege cost $1 per hour. The deliberations , however , were spiritless. Ex-Police Judge Parsons , of Lincoln , who precipitated the capital mayor and aldermen into the Omalm "bastilo" and worried them into national notoriety , has thrown his "shingle" to the breeze in Grant , Koitli county. And "Grant feels proud of her acquisition. " A. L. Bixby , ox-editor of the Fullerton - ton Journal , who hurried to Colorado last fall and struck a mlnoof experience minus cash 1ms returned to his old homo in Manco county. Tlio reception given him comprised un escort on foot and two brass bands. His was the en tree of a conqueror. The enthusiasm illled him with joy , and in n few days ho reciprocated by lit-ing" a now-born the Uancn County Sentinel at the jieo- plo. No other means was at hand to ex press his sentiments and reach the sur plus of the residents. Iowa Items. Bucna Vista county is receiving bids for a now jail. Messrs. D. C. Dunbar&Co.ofOmalia , are to do "Sioux City Illustrated. " Missouri Valley hns secured a canning factory and a sy&tom of waterworks. During the year 1887 there wore 27fl births in Shelby county , 70 deaths , and 5 marriage licenses issued. The bachelors of Missouri Valley have organized u protective society. The movement draws unnecessary attention to their ugliness. The oitizoim of Northwood ofTor a re ward of $1,000 for the apprehension and conviction of the parties who fired part of their town-a short time ago. Dakota. There are ninety-seven artesian well a in successful operation in the territory. The survey of the1 Manitoba line from Aberdeen to Pierre is completed. Pierre may expect the rood soon. A number of tin discoveries have re cently been made in the immediate vicinity of Custer City , which bid fair to rival any yet found in the Hills. The Manitoba engineers will finish their work on the Yankton end of the line next week , and will then start from Spring Valley for Hurley , Lennox and Sioux Falls. The Manitoba railroad bridge has been completed , and rails will bo htid at once. The bridge is i)00 ) feet long , and the only ono crossing the Missouri north of Bismarck. Licensed to AVcd. The following marriage licenses wcro is sued yesterday by Judge Shields : William Ilelm , Omaha . , . 2 ! Mary Johnsnfcycr , Omaha . . ' . .2 : John B. Conto , Omaha . 31 Emma S. Olscn , Omaha . S- Thomas F. Cage , Omaha . 2 Minnie Hunnol , Omaha . K Hugh McQuillan , Omaha . 3- Ann Carey , Omalm . , . 2 ; Daniel llyan , Omaha . 2 : Katie Hogau , Omaha . 2- A Ed Martin , who has been detained at th < county Jail for several weeks as a witness t < appear against Lottio Mnlcombc , convicted ii the district court a few days ago of stealing t watch , was yesterday released , and from al appearances enjoyed his freedom. "Years have not seen and time shall not see , " the people sit down quietly U suitor pain , when enterprise can affort such a panacea as Salvation Oil. The old saying "opposition is the lif ( of business"1' has not been sustained it : ono instance at least. Since the intro duction of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup al' other cough remedies have been deac stock. Brevities. A cripple named Del Perkins was ar rested ycbtcrday afternoon for stealing u couple of salt cellars from a Sixteenth street restaurant. The approaches to the Center atrcoi school are almost impassable , ns th < sidewalks have been torn up and tlu street recently graded. Parents im unable to bond their children to tin school , and complain that there mub bo great negligence somewhere. Charles Woingardner , who is said t < bo a member of the lawless Cuminc street gang , was fined $5 and costs yes' tordny for viciously breaking a largt pane of glass in a saloon. The polio are determined to put a stop to the clop redntions of this gu-ng who have bcon i terror to the people of that neighbor hood for sp long. Frank Rush and Joe Rich , botl drunk , while showing off the speed o their horse on Capitol avenue , ran eve nnd seriously hurt a little boy on tin Twelfth street crossing. They won both arrested , and aftdr spending several oral hours behind the bars , wore cacl taken before the police judge and cacl fined 310 and costs. "Toot" Nugent was arrested yesterday day for stealing a shoo from a Dougla : strcot shoo storo. Nugent plead guilt ; to the chnrgo but said ho was drunk a the time or ho would never have com mitted sucli a crime. As he has here tofora borne a good character the judgi was dis | > oscd to bo lenient and instoai of sending him to jail let him oil will So and costs. . Ituddy nnd Healthy. Rinsing the mouth with SO/CODONT after cleansing the tooth with it , renders dors the gums if llaccid , palo and sons ! live , hard ruddy and strong. Of tin beautifying action upon thu teeth o this inimitable dentifrice , the world hu known for thirty years. LIBERALITY OF THE PEOPLE , The Boo'sHoroJuo Ftind Approaches Nine Thousand Dollars. AND THE GOOD WORK GOES ON. The Iloll of Honor Stcntllly Increasing Norfolk CltlzciiH Show Their Appreciation of Devotion Other Sections. Good Work | nt Norfolk. NOUFOLK , Neb. , Fob. 13. To the Editor of ho DP.K : The citizens of Norfolk nro still lolng good work In the interest of the icroino fund. On Friday evening last the 3rclghton dramatic company , consisting of Vs C. Ong , H. G. Hlalr , E. li. Bruce , Miss da Sundcrlnnd , H. J. Klmbnll , Miss Miiltlo ilcGonlgul , Joseph McCmin , Miss Llwlo Crow , C. S. Hlalr , Miss vVitinio Hartley , H. G. Corcll , Miss Albina Crow and E. D. Hliilr , all of Crolglrton , gave an entertainment at 'ho opera house hero in behalf of the Lolo Joyce fund. The plcco , "Among the liroak- irs , " was most admirably rendered. The louse was crowded , and altogether it was complete success , netting $48 for the fund. H. F. Locke , proprietor of the Pucillu louse , is unceasing in his efforts with the raveling men's list , and it now foots up over SiU Tins is also for the Hoyeo fund and will probably bo sent in within n week or ten lays. If the hotel proprietors in other towns vould start a list mid keep it upon their reg- stcr.s quite n fuud would cmeuato from this source. Tlio action of the Uyn In behalf of Ne braska's heroines is being most loudly com- nended. Keep up the food work. Very re spectfully , K. TIIK UOI.li OP IIONUH. Those AVlio Have Itccoffnlzcd Courage nnd Devotion. I.OIE HOICK FUND. Amount previously reported f 1,852 07 E. U. Meudlmber's list H ) f > 0 Win. Jay , Euiporla , Kas 50 00 Trinity M. E. church. i 27 81) ) Posten , Nob. , list 23 50 "litizens of Howells and Cornlca , Neb 1925 Masonic lodge , Lincoln 10 00 Masonic chapter , Lincoln 10 00 Lincoln list 1000 U. P. sheet iron shops 9 75 Latter Day Saints'chapel 8 50 Pupils Irani night school 5 'M 11. E. Longneckor. St. Joe 4 80 Citizens Yutan , Neb 7 00 Mrs. Folton and Mrs. Vanllorn's social 9 10 .TohnF.Daloy 1 00 First Christian church , Omaha 15 00 Painting department U. P. car shops 17 50 HlackRiniths and helpers U. P. shop 15 00 Mrs. Winu's list 1500 Douglas county farmer 2 00 Minnie Uobbins und Lena Eidcs' list 7 15 Alice Howell's list 1300 Mnggio und Katie Sullivan 1 00 D.T.Scott 100 Cash 4 50 Machinists U. P. shops. , 17 SS Frank H. Largo list. . . " , 1 87 Ninth street coach und'freight ( car repairers ri 7 00 Poundry employes U. P ' shops 10 00 Omaha lodge IK-JO G. U. , O. O. F. . . . 2 50 Durant engine and hose 'company. . . 0 So Postalclerks 30 00 Finance com. sleighing carnival. . . . 1000 Scribncr , Neb.list..v 41 50 M. E. church , Norfolk 51 85 Mrs. Swobo and Mrs. Williams $ 100 00 Scholars Sidney , Neb. , school 400 Fontanolle , Neb. , list.O ; 850 Gov. Jno. M. Thayer. . . , 5 00 Boarders at A. K. Hcnscl's 1 50 C. 11. Willard , Lincoln 80 00 Plumb Creek. Neb. , list1. 0 00 BallntHoldrcdgc.Nebj.t 21 00 Hep. Valley traveling men US 00 John Norton' Westboro ! , Mo 2 00 Josiah Peck f 50 Al tSlgwart and Tom Onnsby list. . . . 23 00 Total 13,003 37 LK.N'A WOEIllinCKE FUND. Amt. previously reported $ 372 52 Cash 1 75 Hoof & Horn printers 3 85 Posten , Neb. , list 21 50 Latter Day Saints 2 50 Will lard Hone wa list 12 75 Sympathi/crs , . 3 10 Felton & Van Horn social 15 ! K ) J.F. Daley 50 First Christian church 5 00 Minnie and NoraTrovett 4 13 Painters U. P. shops 17.50 Blacksmiths and helpers U. P. shops 15 00 Madison. Neb. , list 10 00 Minnie ligbbins and LoimEides 7 15 Cash 50 Machinists U. P. shops 31 03 Locomotive carpenters U. P. shops. . 5 00 Coach und freight car rep irers 7 75 Foundry employes U. P 15 00 Omalm Lodge ! J-J2j. ( G. U. O. O. F. . . S 50 Durunt Eiu'ino and Hose Co 'J t5 ! Walter and Nina Swunson , Council 'Bluffs 8 3-i Mrs. Swobo and Mrs. Williams' list 13 00 Boarders at Ball's , 27th und Leav- enworUi 3 00 Painters' and decorators' union 21 50 Scholars Sidney , Nob. , school 207 Fontanclle , Nob.- , list 3 50 A. U. Hensal's boarders 200 Scholars , Arapahoo.Neb 13 00 Plum Creek , Neb. , list 0 00 Ball at Holdredgo 10 00 John Norton , Wcstboro , Mo 2 00 Josiah Peck , Wcstboro , Mo 50 Total $ (551 ( O'J MINNIE FHKEWAX FUND. Amount previously reported $ 033 03 Trinity M. E. church 50 Posten , Neb. , list 3 00 H. E. Longncekor , St. Joe 4 80 Yutan. Neb , , list 5 50 Foundry , U. P. employes 50 Ball at Holdrodgo o 40 John Norton , Westboro , Mo . 1 00 Total $053 78 TUB CUILIIUISN'S FUND. Previously rejwrted $ 81 50 South Omaha schools 20 Pupils Mimleu schools 11 00 Alice Howell 10 Maggie und Katie Sullivan 1 00 Holy Family school 2 33 Alir-oPratt 1 00 Total $ 93 33 The "nee" Fund. The present condition of the funds opened by the HKB is ns follows : LoioUoyco 2,003 87 LenaWoobbecke fund. ' . ; Uol 01 Miiuiio Freeman ' . . ' C53 7i Westphaleu monument" fuud 93 3' Etta Shattuck ] | Jf 4,557 71 Grand total nr..1 $3,504 93 The Kttu Sliut'tiiek Funds. The following is tho'condition of the Etta Shattuck fund : 'I' , Previously rejwrted.\ \ ' | $4,510 21 Trinity M. E. church. . ! . ' . 50 H. A. Siienccr , Grand Junction , Col. 2 00 D. C. Harrison , Hluo Uapids , Kas. . . 1 00 U. P. machinists .1 3 00 W. Webster , Munroo , Npb 5 00 Total / f. $4,557 7 : Bychocksont Miss Shattuck 3,752 0 By cash on hand ' . ' , 80570 Total , ' M.55T 71 Notice. Several lists of contributors have bcon omitted from this issue owing to a lack o space. Each , however , will bo published. I your list does nut aj > i > ear in this Usuo it wll bo published as soon as possible. IjUt of Contributors. The B ! B will acknowledge all rontrlbu tions through these columns. All lists re ceived , unless otherwise directed , will bo published in full with the numo of every con tributor. Thcsa lists will bo published as soon after tnclr receipt as space will per mit. TWO MTTLE oini.s. Minnie and Nona Trovott's list for the ben cfit of llttlo Lena Woobbccke : MmnioTievutt I : n Nona Trevctt 2o Adelaide Iloeikoll , .jMrs.Treon lu Mury Drage , 10 Mrs. leo iu Frank Ilrunlug. . GO Mra.l ) . Gilbert. . . M I.B. W ToUl 1413 tr. r , snors. The following In the contributions of the employe , * of the Union Pacific uiitchlno shop ; C. Cheny < 0,0. , Mnahan David Knox NIC. Ponton ta U.Mnrlejr BO 0. Coplojr ta 11. lilnckham WiF. , Kefloy. taM lLKl < naer C0.lt. Krenzer. . . M T. F. llofmnn SV.1. Hnttleld * i J.S.Onvls noH. Hhyn ino K. Daratlry Wl.O.L. lllrst 60 .1.1 , . Flanagan , . . . Si 11. Chullmnn. . . . . . . CO J.dhec SVA. McArdlo 25 25Wl Il.Thorpn W l . llrldel Wl .1.11. llnllnlinn. . , . 1 COM. Ubrlno 25 M. Sullivan . . . ; , . 25.11. Uohlnson. . 2ft 11. C. I.lebon Ml'J. ' Wotnwn Win. McCrmn 25.1. Sheridan 25 Wm. Cunning 2.VO. I'.Chubbuck. . . . ta A. WIKsn tti.J. F. lloulovler. . . . 25 C. Wllllnms Si A.Htreltveler 25tt 1' . Hnezlet 55.1. II. Snndberg. . . . ! tt II. Loved 2n J. W. Whltmanh. CO II. Hirst 1 on M. Faloy COM H.M. wilmct t * , noo. irmtt , . * * * M i : . II. Dully . ! ljoellntfleld. . . . < II. ClirUtenscu. . . . W\V. , Klnzel ta A.liny 23 Win. Ilrown . lee .1. llnrnelt i : . Dunn . K. Ilruwor W. II. KlilrliHlgo. . . 85 c. inimit WJJ.Pmltt . taM J , Mnthlesen ttl.H. Miner . M Al , A. lar.iou 2.1 John Hnrst . M ) ( J. 1'eterxon M.I. Sclilrmer . W J. Hwlubtiru 2&lDiin Uaucy . do t'.MOX I'ACIFIO FOU.NI1HY EMPLOYES. It. Carpenter S 50IMward | Illcholleu 1 00 1'i'tur J , Pagan 1 IX ) Joseph llnnnoy. . . 1 W ) T. 1' . U'lirlcn . . . . 1 OOdeorgeKlllott. ' . . . IPO .1 limns WINon. . . 1 W.lnmvH 11. Young. ta Dai Id Shields. . . rn'J. ' ll.Sheeler taw W. McDonald. . . C. Miller , GO 11.11. Kirbv nn'.lnmes ' Wright. . . . 2.f Harry Illbtlnd. . . . W ) Dun Kennedy. I' . Linger , Wl W. llolmn. J. Kay fiu'J. ' Sullivan M..1. O'Connell. . . M.W. Chndwlck .1 , Hnveiienmp M'Lcw ' llurko Dun Urnn riOTlios.Treulierth. . Clms. Mullhnll M ) James (1 ooder. , . . I'.J.Cnrroll W Thos. Hurry Ed. Kllllou W ) W. Uormnn A.Snvder M.I. Dnuphton MJohn RiitKht W. Olawimi ! ' . ! ! ! ! ! ! Wl"i" ! Ilolnm'ier ! " . ' ! . ' ! ! Klmmell Wl.lamesll.Crnndcl. Joseph Foashoo. . . . CO AllenMcLoarlc. . . 1'hll. Smith Wi'.lohiiKfnally ' Dun Dlnnu S.i Win. Tieney Itobert Sketnhloy. , Ml'nt O'Connor's. . . fiOJohu Hourly C. Clii-lstmnRaii ! ! ! ! WITho-i. King Dentils O'Hoiley. . . l-11'nt Kennedy It. L. Itnmsey 1 ( U.ll. Morton , .Ins. Hltchlo WCfin. Hnckloy /ohn Llildlll WITlios.aentleinnn. It. A. Kaiser HO M.liurns CO Totnl Wl 50 UAH in By the Ninth street Coach and Freight Car Repairers , for the bonclit of Miss Uoyco and the orphan girl , Lena Wocbbeeko : Lester Klnley $ 1 NVJohn Nelson 8 Wl Krnnk r.mkcns , . . . 1 0).loo ) Cover JI.O.Holmcs 1 tKUt.lIell .1.11. r.mkens. . . . 1 00 Iliirney McKevltt. 'Hios. ( VDonnell. . . 1 00 John O'Neill Thos. II , Murphy. . WLnrs Mnrtls .1. K. ( lllllgnn WJ A. Anderson John Sknnko Wl 1'atrlck Dnlcy -i Jos. L. Adcoefc. . . . Wl'nt ! McCuno 2. ' > W. J. Stncey WI.I.A.Slindlierg. . . . Wl Lnrs. C. Camp . . . . W ) Lewis A. Wobb. . . . 1 HenrvMaher W ) Tlios. Kelly ta K.J. Johnston. . . . no U.lteistcrcr 60 ] Total 11175 MACHINISTS. The following are thu contributions of the Union Pacific shops : Jnmes Manning. . . * 1 O1) ) Frank Lewis 9 W ) JohuK Cotley. . . . 1U.lames ) Mallty. . . . 26 John McDermott. 100A. I'unrnon 25 John H. Wills 1 CO Hobt. Itoblnson. . 25 John Logan 1 OOiWm. Lindner M. W. Kennedy. . . 1 00 John McKinnn. . . . lloburt Atz. W ) W H. Macbeth. . . . T. F. LOUR 50 KraiiH W. Mnrley Taylor 50 Clms. Newhouser. Anton Nobler. 50 8nm Clemson A. II. Dort 50 Ohns. Lomerlnc. . . 11. D. Ostrom . . . Wll . ( nines Manning. . . 1 01 Henry Hirst 50 Ilonry Hirst Wl W. II. Ilurstall. . . . 50 M.C. HobcrU 50 50W Houry Vanduson. W ) T. A. Kempton. . . JiO A. II. Ilennevlor. . 50 Kdw Troy 20 J. V. Whalen no ! Wm. Goodsell. . . iifi W. P. Nuttcnt. . . . 61) Geo. Klaus A. C. Murphy 50.1. C. Mnhonoy. . . . 60 James Cossravo. . WA. llawllzer 1 00 Trunk Hleoenuers 50 U. Hurley 60 Vul Sorensen . . . . 50 LOCOMOTIVE OAIU'EXTKIIS , Union Pacific shops , Omaha. M. 8. McKiltrick. . ! 60 J. F. Fink .T. II. Murphy ITi'.Joo ' Miller II. ( J. llutler no'EtlwCoyle ' , Jr 25 A. S. Leslie nOi'lhomas J. Caskoy P. 1'eterson 50Tlioinas , Gogglu. . . M. Sullivan 2.VU. F. Coons. M. V. Connor 50 U. S. Colvln Total J 5 00 P. McK\oy 25 IILACKSMITIIS AMI IIEM'ERS of the Union Pacirlc railroad : P. Clemenson $ 1 ( XIWm. 11iompson. . . $ 1 00 JohnUuef 1 CiOPatrlclc | Klemlng. . 50W Thos. Precious. . . . 1 00HonryK. | Leeder. . W ) John llrovrnlte. . . . 60 Tom llrlartey 50 Oco.Tuthy 1 00 Wm. Itobert on. . . 50 Win. Hodgetts. . . . 1 00 A. Metzler 50 50W James White 1 00 J. H. Marsters W W. P. Malojoy. . . . 1 ttl A. ] ' . Hurtung 1 00 J. Nyere COJAndrew Peacock. . 1 00 Dan Colbert. W ) . ( > . F. Gewlnnor. . . 50 C. Haynies 50 Jnmes McCabe. . . . 26 J. McDonald 50 G list Loedor. fa JohnStipberg. . . . 21 Sam Dutsou 50 II. llrower 50Chns. , Gnomes. . . . Thos. Tlghe 50 Tim Dolan . 25W John P. Mullen. . . fiO.IM Wlckstrom. . . . W ) A. J. llrcnuau , . . . . 503. Johnson no A. Kilday 85 11111 Lnlloy 25 John llonles nfl ( , ' . M. Wallace 50 Jerry Mullen 60 Henry Solben none M. Murtagh nO.Chas. . Henry no Tfios. Johnson. . . . nOhnH. Klonung. . . . 25 John O'Conncll. . . nO.C. Hrewer. 50 T. II. McMilllen. . . , . . . . . . i ilrailr. . . . . . Ji'i C. J. Diamond W ) James Chonlti 25 Mlk Douglas no'John ' Campbell. . . . 33 John Wallace mum smith J. A. llonulvlerc. . no Kil Cell 25 Total $3000 James Moylau. . . . 25 A Social. OMAHA , Feb. 10. To the Editor of the BKE : Herewith find eheck for 825 , result of last oveiiiug's social , given by Mrs. M. M. Van Homo and Mr3. S. 1C. Felton , at the residence of the latter , at Orchard Hill. The musical and literary programme , while not elaborate , was very complete nnd rendered In n manner that gave entire satisfaction , making the occasion ono of real enjoyment to all present , who Join in assuring both you and the Misses lloyco und Woobbecko that the contributions herewith are coupled with their kindest wishes and sympathy for the young ladies , and utmost respect for the editor of the BISK in his untiring efforts in behalf of the unfortunates. Herewith list of contributors : M. M. Van llorno.l 1 00 Mrs. J. Kpeneter. . 50 Mrs. M. il. Van 8. K. return 100 Horn 1 03 Mrs. 8. K. Fulton. 100T Coroyell I ft ) MlssMcCumber. . . T > Mrs , Coreyell 1 008. W.Wilson fO Mrs.J. H.Vlomlng 50 Miss Free 85 W. A. Gardner. . . . W ) Miss Kvn 1'rco 20 II. D. Neelcy 1 W ) Mrs. Mnnu 2T K. A. Ityley ta Miss Hamilton. . . . 26 Dr. McKean 1 ffliMlss Carter Mrs. S. U. Btagg. . . 1 OO.Sovural items c sn 1U5 Fred It. Felton. . . . W ) Misses Ilohn mid Ooo. filioemakcr. . ! W Grnnt 1 no Wm. Wilitou W ) Mrs. Wm. Stlno. . . 1 OJ 11.8.1'helps nOTowneend&Co. . . . 100 Laura 50 M. M. lllley 60 It. M.Taylor 1 00 John Kpeneter , . . . 1 00 Total ! iOO O. A. Lindipjest , N. Cline , C. Ilonstrom. J. Green , A. W. Alsan , G. Hcrg and H. Gun- dorson left yesterday at 10 o'clock to at tend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Remington , in Washington county , In this state. CREAM proven la mllllonooi lionioHtor morn than a quarter nf a century , li Is used by the United bfates Government. Kn- dorscdby the heads of Ihe Great Universities us the Strongent , Purest und moit Healthful. Dr Price's Cream llaklns 1'owder does nnt contain Ammonia , Ume or Alum. Hold only In caiiH. 1'ltICK ( HKING I'OWUKllCO. CII1CAUO. BT.LOUtS RUMOR CONFIRMED And Establish to His Satisfaclioii-All tlicFacls , _ STORY OF AN ENGINEER. The Keport Was Proven Tru Hovonil a Doubt In JJvciy 1'nrtluulnr by i'artlcs Principally Interested. In search of Information concerning mi nllpRfil omnrkiible event lli.it happened In tun K mon < l Hotel , rorncrof Sixteenth atul Webster ts. the reporter made his way to tlmtplnco and met thu engineer , Mr. KIIKCIIO Mather. lio. It Imil been reported , was closely connected with tlio event. " 1 understand ) on \ \ ere wry near do ith's door , Mr. Mnthor , " olxcrvod the writer. "UnitVIIH rue , " win the roply.ound , nffr n moment's hoiiKht , ho concliuUil Unit liu woultl 1 > o nllllng 0 Klvo for publication all the fuels connected with the e\ent. "To begin nt the bediming " "Well , I can't say Just w hen my trouble oihilnnted , but It wiw something ever two yearsugothat I llrst noticed nero or less litip.ilrmont of the appetite ; iia-siu'ii nnd vomiting 11 lliuid cnntnliilnK bile and hour water. 1 would have an uneasiness or illatross n my Htomnch. mid my bowels \\ora very much constipated , My toiiKiio was coated nnd I luul n litter taste ntiil my breath WHSery olVenalve. 1 would take cold easy and of recent j ears was uilijcct to n p.ilu In the frontal region of my lead. My cjnti'tiniico would lrt' < | ticiitl ) * havn n. sallow appearance , nnd I foltmoroorloss bllloiH nil the time , with a burning sen-wllon or a feel- ni ! of hoit In the pilot my stomach , which was bensatlve to Jura or shocks. "How lung dlil you nay ypu were lu this con dition ? " "Oh a peed while , PC veil or night years at lenst , and It was constant , sometimes Morse that others. Ibecamoiediiredlnhealthiind Mreuuth and at times would feel low-spirited and uos- ixnulent. with no ambition or energy. Then my mental facult'os failed mo , and It was with the Krintt it dllllcvlty I toiilduet my thoughts con centrated on ( inn subject lon enough to inuko any explanation I desired to Impart to any other , > erson , Tnko It altogo her , I was In a bad way. Uy f-tonitu'li at Units was In such a condition hat It would scarcely retain anv fooil whatever. Sleep didn't seem to do mo much cood.nnd In the morning I would feel IIH If 1 hadn't slept at all more tlicd than I was when I went to bed the nlnht befuit' . What sleep I did have was niton- ( led by some of the most horrible dreams 0110 could ImnKlne. " "CJU you tell mo how It began ? " ENOINKKIl MATHEIt. "No. not exactly. My trouble seemed slight a first , and I think w as caused by a cold , and I had no Idea that It was Rolngto ttroaten my life , because - cause I paid no attention to the cold , liy and by I found my nose would stopup. first on one side , then on the other , and ilnally both sldesowould bo plugged up at the same time. I boiun to liuvo Midden attacks of dizziness ; especially would this bo the case when I would btoop down and then rl up quickly. I found that the mucus would drop from the back part of my nose Into my throat and thutI think , caused the trouble In my stomach. At times I would ralso consld- nblophUicm. 1 WUH nick anyway and was al most an Invalid for a time , and 1 suppose that tliB fear that my lungs were affected made mo still more despondent and gloomy than 1 other wise would have been. " "And the remarkable event " "Is my recovery. That Is what I am plad to tell you about , because I think It Is of interest to thn people to know that there Is a euro for such a disease. About two months mo I visited and placed myself under Dr. McCoy's treatment. You can see the resultsjor yourself. 1 began to Improve at once , and consulted to Improve right along until today I feel as much like a now man as the dtllureiico between daylight and dark ness. " "J can. " continued Mr. Mathor.'say thre Is no doubt In my mind but that Dr. MtCoy.stieat- mcnt l.s both practical and scientific , and that and that every promise ho makes to his patients are fully and tlulthfully curried out on his part. " Mr , Mather , as above stated , can be found at the Ksmond hotel , corner Slxteenh and Weh'-tor sts. , where he will corroborate the above. The doctor respectfully Invites the public to Invest igate the truthfulness of the statements he pub lishes from week to week In the dally papers. IT IS NOT "WE CAN" * But the Proposition Is "Wo Hare Done It. " One of the local dallies not long since had the following : That Dr.McCoy's olllces are both day and evening thronged with patients has been a matterof Mil prise to some , who mark the fact that although hi ) advertises , his advertisements are charactoilscd by no alluilng promises or guarantees. They had oxpettid. doubtless , that his course would bo similar to that pnrsued by the advertising quack : that ho would promise to cure everything right and left , ana after making a few hundred dollars leave the town. On the contrary , ho has not promised , but per formed. From out of the hundreds that ho Is treating the statement of one patient has baen given each week for the past eight monthu-a statement to the elluct that a complete cure had been effected by Dr. McCoy's treatment. Those who huro made these statements have not been obscure or unknown. In many cases they have been well-known people , standing es pecially high In the community.Thelr statements liavo been voluntary and the inquiry they olkltud show R that they becumo muttera of general In terest. Some time since aladjrsald : "I would like very much to use Dr. McCoy's treatment , but nm afraid to consult for fear he would publish my name. " Now , to nil such persons let the writer hereoiijr that Dr. McCoy does not publish any person s name without ( list asking and obtain ing the person's consent. Again , he does not publish one-tenth or ono-hundreth part of his cates. iior the letters from his grateful patients whom ho has treated. Dr.McCoy publishes a few statements of ttasis treated by him. He lets his work speak for Itself. No one need bo afiald of the doctor's publishing his name with out llrst asking ami obtaining his consent. That Dr. McCoy and his associates are perma nently located in the Itnmgo I Hock , Omaha , Is assuied from the facts that their loose and contracts aio made by the year. During this coM weather persons are more or less troubled \flth colds , which should bo promptly attended to. Consultation at the olllco or an opinion by mall is ( inly $1. The doctor furnishes all medi cines to his patients , thus avoiding the expense of having prescriptions nlled at the drug stores , All letters should be addressed to Dr. J. Cro up McCoy , Itooms ail ) and nil Itamgo llloik , Omaha , Nebraska , and to Insure an an swer should be accompanied by four cents lu stamps. The Plain Truth. When a person with a delicate constitution has a tendency to catarrh or consumption whether this tendency Is Inherited or results from taking cold easily It Is noticeable that that pel ton linarbiblv loses llesh nnd loses strength , showing that the nutiltlou Is Inter fered with. In such a case the sufferer should atonrohe placed under Inlhiemes that will lestore the de fective nutrition and lead to invigorate the con stitution. It Is to be remembered that In every case the presence of catarrh Is un evidence of predispo sition to consumption , and no matter how slight the attack may be. It should be treated with the gi eatest care , and the treutmt-nt should bo continued until all traces of the catarrh Uuya dlsanpeaiod. If the catarrh Is allowed to reach theitmall en tubes in the lungs whlc.li condition is Indt cated by the spitting up of a yellow ninteilal- then Immediate attention to the malady Is de utaiided. or serious lung trouble w 111 rnsult. Catarrh Is , nine tlme.s of ton , the cause that produces consumption , and hence no one can ntford to neglect a cnso of catarrh , how over Blight. It Is easily cured If taken In tlinii ant treated regularly and coriectly by a specialist If left to Itself It is raiely cured without n change of climate , but with each now cold it gets moio and more tiouhlexome , extending al w yg allttlrt deeper Into the hums , until ucnu becomes dlllicult and bouttlmttd impossible. Health is Wealth ! DM. n. ( ' . VlST | NFUVK ANII IlitAi ! * HUNT , n Kunrnntcrd KiH'cltln for Hysteria , nmi. ConvulsloiH , Fits , Nenous .V-urnlRln , llt'iulnrlip. Ni-rviius I'mstmtlnn. rnn otl by the Koof ok'ohnl or tobnrro , WiiVofiiliifKMentiil llcpri'tslon , SottPiilngof the llrnln , mmltlngln tisiitilty.und lending to mlvory.ilocny nnd dentil , ' Age , llnrremio s. Loss of 1'om-t U plthcr sex. Involuntary Ixvsei niul fpcrnin- orrluvn cntispil bvover-rxcrtlon of thn brnln , M > lr-ulmso or ovcr-imlulgi'iu-o. Knch box ton- Kins onn month's treatment. fl. < * > n box , or six IMJXM fur&UM , Kent by mnll prepaid on receipt of prlre. \VICC.UAUAMIOi : SIX 11OXKS To euro nny case. With each order rerclx ed liv is fur MX liotn * . nrrompiinled with $ .VW , wn will send thn purchitser our written mmniutce to ro tund the money If the treiitnietit ( loot not effect , iiMirt ) . ( luiirnnteei IHSIUM ! only liy lK. . ( iHD- ( MAN. Druggist , Solo Agent , Ull ) Farniuu Street , Oniiihn , Nob. For l.ornllred Itlicumntlsm , BENSON'S ' Sclntlra , Ni'tirnluln , Pleurisy , LIIIIR and Chest DllllPilltles , lliicljiielii' . Spiuo nnd Hip DN- cnse. I.tiinlinud. Kprntns , Kid IS THE ney and Liver AlH'ct Ions , Ner vous Action of the. llrnrt , Clumps. LimoiH ( < s , StlirnosH orWeiikhiss of tlio Jointer -BEST- Miiscle't , Severe Arhos , Pnlns and Stitches , Inlhiiumatlon , and nil muludles for lilch Pdrciiis Planters , Liniments , PLASTER ! Medleuted Oils , Salves , oint ments and Lotions have been found useful , llonnro of llul- ttnns nnd worthless substl- AVOID tutus that may lw oirerrd , Ask for n 'Bonson's P nstor and tnke n < i sub- Htituto under names Klmllar IMITATIONS , to"Capslno" or any other numo. DRUNKENNESS Oi- the Liquor Habit , Positively Cured by Aumlnlsterinc Dr. Halites' ( loldcn Spi-cillc. It ennbe ( riven Inn cup of colTooor ten with- nit the knowledge of tlio person tnKlng It ; nbso. utely hnrmless , and will effect n perninnt mid M't-edy euro , whether the p.itlent Is a modointo liiulier or an nledhollc wreck. Thousands of IrunknrdH liuvo been niiido tempornto men who nivotukeii Golden SpeUllo In their coffee with out thulr Xnuuledgo nnd tod.iy bcllevo they quit drinking of their own free will. It never rails. Thosyhtom cineo linpiegnated with the Speelllc , It becomes un utter Impossibility for [ he liquor nppotlte to oxlst. Kor sale by Kiilm He Co. , ir.th and Dougliis sts. , nnd lsth and Cum- Ing Hts. , Omnhn , Neb. ; A. U. Foster & llro. , Council lllutlb , lou'u. GKATEFUL COMFORTING Epps's Cocoa BREAKFAST. "Br n thnroiiKh kniiwlpdico of tlio nnturnl l wi nhluiKuvurn llio openitlou of illiiostlon uiul nutrt * lloit.iuul hy curofnl iipplltitltun of tlio line properties of m'IMHuctcil Cocoa , Air. Kpps hni * pruvlifeil our breakfast tnblea with u dotlcntulx flavored hoverutio which nmy PHVO us ninny lieuvy doctor's t > IIIs. ills liy the ] iiillclou line nf mirli nrtlclci of diet thut a coiiHtltutlon nmy lie KrH'tually hiillt un until Blronff ononuh to reyl t every tomloncy til olneiiHo. Hun * ftredi of nultllo iimlHillo uro llonllnit nrountl IM rondf to iittnck wherever llicro li n wenk point. Wo muy escnpc mnnr n fntnl nlinft by kcpplnx ourselves well forlllled with puru blmnl mid a pmimrly nourished fronio. " Civil Survlcodiuulto. Mmlo simply with boiling wiUer or milk. Sold only In linlf pound Uni by ( ! nicer lubuloJ llius : JAMES EPPS &CO , RED GAUNTLET 2ND. [ 814. . DR H NOBLE Blair Neb , , , , , , Importer und llrooderof Clydesdale , EngliCoacy.HamUetonlan They nrc nil flno and In prlmo condition nnd cannot - not full to milt. Theeonnlal of prlzo wlnuura und their Ret , In Scotland , Cuimdu und tills country. Dm terms , prices nnd IIUI-KCH will null ) on. Wrltn for pri ces nnd pnrllculnn. HlHlr l 24 nillc north of Onmha , on T. K. A , M. V. U. It. nnd C. St. P. M. & O. It. It. THE CAPITOL HOTEL 'It LINCOLN. , NEB. The bent known nnd mot popular Hotel In th Male. Locution central , appointment * tlr't-clim , llendiiunrten for commercial men and all political andpuUoButU , , , . , s. E.T.Allen , M. D. , Homoeopathic Specialist , CYC THROAT EAR tit AND NOSE , Spectacles Accurately Prescribed EAMGE JIL'K. , ' OMAHA J.W. Barnsdall , M. D Homoeopathic Specialist , SURGEON Gynaecologist and Obstetrician. Telephone 970. KAMGE BLOCK , - - OMAHA. W. J. Surgeon and Physician , Office N. W Corner 14th nnd Homjlas St. Omcs , telephone , 406 ; Kealdunce telephone , 50t ) . JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS COLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION 1S73. Nos. 3O3-4O4-I7O-6O4. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. DREXEL & MAUL , ( Successors to John O. Jacobs. ) Undertakers & Embalmers At the old stand , 1407 I'nnmm Ht. Orders by tele- BCllclted and promptly attended to , Telephone No Tlio itrentcit London Granules sprlnx mod ) . , clnuou eriU Kllinlnatcsji : t vejllueof Hyphllls. Ulcers , I'lmplua , Unrunlu Horei&lmpuro lllood.Thuy Imve nn oquu ) fur tlln dl eaiRn. Hliiillur nicillrlno lined In l indon llo ' ) iitat , wlthuiirnryliiKiiucw > i , I'tiiiKi.Y Vi.OKrAin.K. hent by mull In a plain > unled imcktmii. mid nil d lny. on recHlplof f I per box nr li lor . " > . WE UIMItANTKU HIX IKIXKHTdCIIIIK ANV CArtK. With l-HOll Ortlur to- telred fur sir hoiu ni-compiinlpil hy fX wo vlll nvnd thu purchaser our written uuHrnntcio to refund tlio nuinoT , It Ihu treiitment itoon not elTact n cum. I'nmphlct froo. I IMKIS MhUICINK AOEvur , Ull Clicrry at. , Kau City , Mo , Wft ccnlU y r eommen4 curil t l and ( , UtU Wcluie loM coaildtr. &LUanitlii every riit l | h ljlv n sitnl.cllcn. Aloott A LUk , W. Y. CoMhy Drnpfllts. JUDICIOUS AHD PERSISTENT Advertising Imu ulwuya pov a succcsBful. Ilcforo pl.tRlniranf Newspaper Advcrtlsliiff consul LORD & THOMAS. U I * u tuu k UMt , CHICAQQ.