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* . * THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , FEBRUAKY lo , 188a
TARES TOO HOT FIRE WATER
Mayor Sawyer's Charges Agalnet
Ohlof Nowbury of Lincoln.
' AN INVESTIGATION BEING MADE.
Storm Wntor Bnwnrsc to Bo Put In A
Train Ijoatl or Intmno People
ple County Division
frnoM Tim nr.p.'s MXCOI.X nuniuu.1
The mayor has his war paint on and
Is after Chief Nowbury , of the lire de
partment. At the last Mission of the ooun-
ell the mayor hinted Unit he had soon
the warden the worse for whisky and
that prior to th < 51r visit to the Omaha
jail ho had miked the resignation of Mr.
Nowbury , but tlmt , under.tho promise of
total abstinence , lie had allowed him to
remain in olHco. Sluco thai time ho
had evidence that the wartlon aa not
hooping his pledge and ho recommended
that hi * i-orvicuB bo dispensed with. The
qtlOBtio ! ! was referred to the 11 ro committee -
too to invcHlIfjuto and report at the next
mooting. Tlio mayor , ] irior to prohont-
ing the complaint to the council , was
limking inquiries of certain citizens af
ter evidence afjaiiifit tlio warden and the
investigation will undoubtedly dovolopo
just bow much tlioro is in tlio charges.
Mr. Nowbury has certainly built up the
Lincoln lire department to one of the
most elllciont in the west and if the city
decides to ( liHioiihe with him it will bo a
very dllllcult task to secure Ills equal In
department work ; which will make
many.wish that inquiry will bhcnv the
charifes not well founded.
bTOKM WATKll SKWKHAOK.
The city is evidently experiencing
change of heart on the question of storm
water soworago. When an election
was hold last summer lo provide for
Bitch a system it was in the midst of the
paving controversy , and tlio asphalt
men turned in , with every evidence of a
Hpirit of revenge , and defeated the sew
erage. Since then it has boon point
edly domonstralcd that a system ol sewerage -
erago to convoy surface water from the
fclreots is a certain necessity in a city so
nearly on a level as Lincoln. At the
last session of the city council the city
engineer presented the question of Iho
fccworago again and presented a plan
for a system that would protect private
property and protect the navingvthnt
lias already been laid. The cost o"
the system as proposed by the city cn-
giiioor would bo about $ 5,000 and the
city would bo districted through the
'business center from Sixteenth to
Tenth and from J to Q streets. The
council instructed the engineer and city
attorney to draft au ordinance provid
ing for a levy to moot the expense o"
A QUKKU TRAIN LOAD.
A somewhat remarkable train will
leave this city this morning at 9 o'clock
over the Union Pacific. The train will
ho a specialcomprfsing two coaches and
n baggage car , and it will contain
ninoty-oight insane patients from the
state asylum here , who arc being trans
ferred to the now hospital at Norfolk.
The special train has been prepared for
their comfort and safety and it will run
to Valley on the Lincoln branch , thence
over the main line to Columbus aad over
the Norfolk branch to Norfolk. Dr.
Kelley , superintendent of the Norfolk
asylum , arrived to-day with six assist
ants , and Dr. Knapp , of the asylum here ,
with four experienced men , will accom
pany the patients to their new homo. It
is expected by the supcrintendnnts that
with the ton assistants the transfer can
be made with perfect mifoty and without
trouble. The ninety-eight patients bo-
looted for the now asylum comprise both
the harmless and the violent , they hav
ing boon selected without regard to their
particular degree of insanity , but wholly
from counties in the vicinity of the now
hospital. The special train will bo the
first one in the state wholly devoted to
the transportation of the insane and its
trip will DO noted with a great deal of
Interest along the route. The transfer
of these patients is the opening of the
now asylum for Inmates and it will re
lieve the hospital horowhich has had to
rpfuso pationta for want of room. Coun
ties that havO had to keep insane people
ple in jail pending the completion of the
Norfolk asylum will appreciate this
movement , that moans relief for them.
TO DIVIDE HOLT COUNTY.
Doolittlo Bros. , of Atkinson , Holt
county , have forwardhid the attorney
general a map outlining a proposed di
vision of Holt county into four counties ,
two of the now ones to bo called Elkhorn -
horn and Union counties in the plan ,
leaving O'Neill City in Holt county ,
putting Atkinson in Union county and
Ewing in Elkhorn county. A portion of
tlio old countv lying on the northwest ,
the parties advocating division want to
join with the unorganized territory
across the Niobrara river and the attor
ney general has boon asked if this can
A OKOCEKS KA1MJIIE.
The stock of the Enterprise grocery
owned by G. W. Rummoll , has been
taken possession of bycrcditors. Plumcr ,
Perry & Co. have possession of the stock
unuor a chattel mortgage for $1,500 , and
there is an additional chattel mortgage
on the stock for $500 , hold by Henry
Schmidt. Hesides thcso claims thcro
are up to ( Into clovou attachments in
various amounts taken out against the
took through Justice Cochrau's ollico ,
whore the papers have boon issued.
HTAT15 "VKTEIHNAUY ASSOCIATION.
A number of veterinarians have boon
considering the advisability of a state
, nsboclatiop , and to secure that end the
following circular has boon issued as a
cull for the mootlngfororganix.ationntid
one will bo forwarded to each known
veterinarian in the stato.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Fob. 14 , 1SSS. Dear
Sir : After duo deliberation , the inulor-
bigned doom it advisable to organize a
State Veterinary association for tlio pur
pose of cultivating a fraternal fooling
among veterinarians , and promoting the
interests and generalwelfare of the pro
fession by Boiontiflo discussion. Ar
rangements will bo made for a mooting
at the Poxton hotel , Omaha , Nob. , on
Thursday , March 1,1888. Hoping that
you will uttoud , wo remainvery respect
fully yours ,
II. L. ItAMACClOTI , D. V. S.
J. GKKTII , Jiu , D. V. S.
SUl'UKME COUUT 1'UOOKKDINOS.
Ill the supreme court yesterday Honrj
C. Hltt , of Dodge county , was udinlttct
Tlio following cAses were argued ani
submitted : Forney vs Fremont , Elk
horn & Missouri Valley railroad com
jMxny ; Moans vs Webster ; Borggron v :
Fremont , Elkhorn & Missouri Vallo ;
railroad company State ox rol Wyuki
cemetery osbociation vs Hurtling ; ICott
nmnn vs Hurtling , information , sub
Court adjourned to this mornins1 a
8iO : ! o'clock.
A mandamus ca.-o was tiled in supromi
court yustordny , thocaso being brough
by J. ti. G ruble , city treasurer of Heat
rfco , to compel the county treasurer , K
J. Roderick , to pay to the city treasure
certain funds how in his hands tirisin <
from city taxes. *
There is In the city at the proson
time" , from a careful estimate , llu tnilv
of sldowntk , nhtl at Iho.labt session of
< Uo council the ofllcc of 'sidewalk Inspector
specter was created , the salary to be$75
per month. The appointment has not
yet been mndo. To flit the ofllco of
sealer of weights and ensures V. II.
Dyer has been anpolnlcu n ml confirmed.
Ono of the questions that confronts
the council ia that of paving before the
different churches in the city tlmt are
located in the paving dislrlcls. To
settle the question n committee haabco.i
appointed lo confer with the churches.
The charter for tlio lodge of Elk * In
this city Is expected in a low days , when
tlio Omaha Elks will bo down lo Insll-
tutu the lodge horo. At a recent moot
ing Iho charier members elected Iho
following ollk-crs : Frank Porting , ruler ;
K. H. Townlcy , leading knight ; Mat-
rom Mclvinnon , royal knlghl : C. E.
Mngoon , Icoturiuc1 knight ; w. P. Hois-
Icull. tyler ; A.JK. Ilargreavos. treasurer ;
A. H. Smith , secretary ; .1" . II. Hurley ,
U. C. LJurr , Frank Sheldon , Irusleos.
Tlio prohibllion state convonlion ,
which assembles in Ihis oily to-morrow ,
will moot in the new hall in Bohann ;
em's block instead of in Tcmplo hall , as
previously announced. The local third
party people predict a large attend-
The girl , Etta Davis , nl the Opelt
hotel , who attempted buit-ido by taking
morphine , is rapidly recovering and
the people at the house have raided a
purse sufficient to cover her expenses
on a journey to her homo in Indiana.
E.1J. . Koggen , proprietor of Iho Capi
tal hotel , has had a long scries of throat
difficulties almost the entire winter and
is again continue ! lo his room with the
Major John C. Watson , ox-sheriff ; W.
T. C'auada and Frank T. Ransom were a
quartollo of Nebraska City people at the
Capital hotel yesterday.
Tlio work of furnishing Iho room of
the Lincoln Press club , located in the
opera house block , is progressing finely.
J. E. Miller furnishes a handsome velvet
cnrpot for the floor and Messrs. Hardy
& ; Pitcher the tables and chairs. The
newspaper men in the city will not fail
to appreciate those very liberal courte
sies oxlcndod them.
Divorces continue lo bo objects of sup
plication in the district .court , tlio Iwo
latest additions being Sarah Kelley vs.
.lames Kelley for habitual drunkenness ,
and Bertie Moore vs. William Moore
for * excessive cruelty , threatening her
life and failure to support her. This
latlor couple were married in Omaha in
Isaac Opiwnheimor , who has been out
of business since his return from the
trading posl in Iho Indian territory , has
formed a partnership with C. C. Pace
and with rial-ties in the cast , and the
now firm will do a wholesale and retail
Early yesterday rooming the cottage
of Robert Dolnn , on Thirtieth and R
street , was discovered on fire , and as it
was eighteen blocks beyond the flro
limits the city department could render
no assistance and the building was lost.
Only a small amount of insurance is re
ported on the building.
Two great enemies Hood's Sarsaparilla -
rilla and impure blood. The latter Is
utlerly defealed by the peculiar medi
SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
A. D. Wilson , of Logan , la. , brought in ono
cor of cattle.
O. U. McBride , of Lovelorn ! , la. , is on the
market with u car cattle.
Chnrlos Carr , of David City , is on Iho
market with a car of hogs ,
S. A. Myers , of Myers & Crownover , Ben
edict , is in with a car of hogs.
Only ono VBR was accommodated at the
lock-up and ho swept the tloor
uml tended the flro for a night's lodging , yn
Preparations are now being made for a
more extensive building trade than over , and
the coining summer promises to be a pusy
About forty members of the South Omaha
lodge of Odd Follows , and u few of their city
friends , sat down to dinner at the Dulmonlco
Monday night. The dinner was good , and so
was the time they had.
Mrs. Ora Cunningham , whose husband was
killed by falling over an embankment last
summer. Is in rather poor circumstances , and
charitably disposed persons wishing to aid
her can notify Councilman Loesccer.
The Exchange hotel guests yesterday were :
C. T. McKeuruoy , Lyons , la. ; A. Agrun ,
Hillsdalc , Neb. ; John Knox , Palmyra , Neb. ;
J. M. Munroc , Chicago , Ills. ; William
Dougherty , Hawthorne , Iowa ; Martin Dur-
rall , Tekamah , Neb.
The standing committo appointed by Mayor
Savage to investigate the working of the
present system of licensing has been hard at
work and will probably report next council
meeting. The result of their labor is anxi
ously awaited by those interested.
The building on Q street wrecked last fall
still hangs threateningly over the roadway ,
and should bo removed or repaired before the
March winds blow. If it isn't , the city may
have another law suit on band. At tlio same
time the lumber oulce should bo moved back
to the Hue of the street.
Some time ago Mrs. Walldrodgo rented a
house from one ot Iho local agents , but by
some mistake was shown through the wrong
houso. She was satisfied with it and moved
in , but two weeks later was astonished to re
ceive a call from the owner , who
demanded by what right she was
there. Explanations followed , and
she vacated the house , but refused to pay for
the two weeks rent as the expense of moving
more than balanced it. Suit was brought be
fore Justice Levy to recover the amount and
w.i3 continued eight days.
FALLS VIEW was unknown until
created by the Michigan Central Rail
road , which stops its trains at this point
to enable its passengers to enjoy the
grandest and most comprehensive view
of the falls that is to bo nnywhoro ob-
lainod. Before that time people came
in carriages from tlio American side to
"Inspiration Point , " the yiow from
which Howells said was "unequalled for
sublimity , " but Falls View , being more
elevated , the scene .from it is much
fiiior. No other road runs to or near
this point , and through , passengers by
the Michigan Central , "Tho Niagara
Falls Route , " have this great advantage
without detention oraddilional expense.
The boss masons of this city have engaged
convenient rooms In the Paxton building ,
Sixteenth and Furnum streets , , andyestcrdaj
afternoon held an Important meeting upon thi
question of wages during the coming sum
mer. There were present , besides the com
inltteo appointed for the purpose by the boss
masons association , n commit too from tin
bricklayers' union. UotH of those committed
met about a week ago. The latter presentee
a scale of prices which the bricklayers' uuloi
desired to govern during Wie coming season
It was considered carefully by the represent
utivcs of the bosses , uml by them presented
to the latter org.mlzation. At the last incut
Ing of the bricklayers' union , the commlttci
appointed by them reported progress.
1 Forget Names , DiUcs , Addresses.
Do you ? Then you have not takoi
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At St. I'hllomena's cathedral yasterd.1
morning at S o'clock , I r. Daniel Kyau an
Miss Ka lo Uognn , both of this city , wet
united in man-luxe by Father Mi
Cnrthy. A number of friends wore pro :
cut to witness the ceremony. Miss Sara
McUonovrh t\cted as bridesmaid und M
T6hn Tloffnn attended the groom. The young
couple have a largo circle of frendn | in the
city who Join in wishing them a long and
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BorXIHSTILLK , If T. , F B. U , 1SS7.
Qeotlnnen AeTen years ago anoredcvel.
opxl OD my now from a Oncer nail scratub.
I tried a few simple ramtdlefl. but the sore
\vuulrt not yield. I grew worse every year
for tren years. Many thought I bad cn-
cat. Over a year ago I commenced taking
B. U. fi. . and two doxen bottle * entirely cured
wo. whan 1 began with BwlfV Bpeelfto I
watlnv y poor health , and coulc hardly
drag about. Af tar I huut finished the oouru
of S. S. S. I was strong and buoyant , and
bad a good appetite. I regard It a * a inottt
valuable medicine for ladles In weak , deli
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Hal U. W. Wosoa.
SriRTlNaimo , & C , April 3 , 1187.
Oentlemen For twenty Tears I hare had
sore on mr left ebeek. It had gradually
been growing wone. Tbe many physicians
whom I hau consulted were unable to do
me any good. It fall m year ago I began
using S. 8. B. At first It I Inflamed the wre ,
and It became more Tlruleot than erer ; so
much so , Indeed , that my family Insisted
that I should leare off the medicine. I per-
IsUdlnustngtheB. 8. B. At the end of two
months the sore was entirely healed. Think-
lax that Vie evil was out of my constitution ,
I left oil the medicine 1 but In November.
ten months after , a very slight breaklngoui
appeared. I at once began again on 8. 8. 8 ,
and now that Is also disappearing. I hare
Terr faith lnS. , B. 8. It lias done me more
good than all the doctors and other medi
cines I erer took. Yours truly ,
A. ft. SHAMDS.
Vfrmott , V. C. . April 12 , 1W7.
Oentlemen Two or throe years ago a can
cer came on my face. It soon grew to be
quite large. It were on me , and my general
health waa Tery poor , ljut September I
began a course of B. B.6. , which 1 have con
tinued to the prenent time with the happiest
result. The cancer has entirely disappeared ,
there bcluK no evidence or s > mptom of a
cancerous character left. My general health
Is good now , and my appetIM better than It
has been In yean. I am 83 years old , nnd
to day t am working in the Meld planting
corn. Yours truly , Joxis IJMUUCII.
Oentlemen I had a sore on my upper Up
for eight years. Seven different doctors at
tempted In vain to heal It. One gnve mo e
email vial for five dollars , which was a " cer
tain cure. " It l > nevdleis to say that It did
me no good. About two years ago I became
quite uneasy , as people thought I had a can
cer , and I took a course of eighteen bottles
of 8. 8.8. The result has been a complete
cure. The ulcer or cancer healed beautifully -
ly , leaving ecaroelyaperceptlble scar. From
that day I hare been fit excellent health , the
Specltlo having purified my blood thorough
ly , Increased my apuento aud perfected ray
digestion. In a word , I feel like a new
woman , and , best of all , the eight year ulcer
Is gone entirely. Yours sincerely ,
Mus. W. P. C * 0 .
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Merchant-Tailor Made Garments , tobe Closed Out This
Week , Consisting of
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AT FOR AT FOR
S 2.80 That was made to order $ 5.50 $ 3.10 "Which was made lo order $ 0.25
3.70 ' " 7.50 4.20 " " 8.50
, 4.80 " " 0.75 5.35 it u 10.50
, 5.10 " " 10.50 5.1M ) it u * 11.75
5.75 " " 11.60 G.40 it it 12.75
G.5H ) " 18.50 7.20 11 u 14.50
7.80 11 " 15.50 8.10 u < i 10,50
8.45 " " ,17.00 , 8.75 18.00
AT FOR AT FOR
$ 8. 40 Which was made to order $18.00 $ 0.20 Which was made to order $20.00
10 , 20 . 'III 21.00 12.80 11u 25.00
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11 00 IIII 21.00 14.70 iiu 30.00
13 , 40 IIII IIII 27.50 10.40 u u 35.00
15 , 80 II IIII 33.00 18.70 iiii u 40.00
20 20 II II 42.00 24.80 iiii iiit 52.00
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T2S 30 CO.OO 30.GO iiu itii 65.00
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Sit liO 70.00 35.35 75.00
I AT FOR AT FOR I
85.86 which was made to order $15.00 $ 0.00 that wns made to order $20.00
0.40 " " 18.00 7.00 IIII 21.00
T 7.35 20.00 8.20 II 2X00 T
8.70 iiu " 2.00 10.30 u IIII 28.00
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21.20 .1 45.00 24.40 I ! II 5H.nO
27.80 00.00 29.10 II II (15.00 (
31.35 . . . .I * . 68.00 34.55 II II 75.00
And Many Other Equal Bargains , G
LaO This is our Special Announcement for this week only , and any man who
LaT can use clothing at his own price will find the true facts of this state
ment by paying a visit this week to the O
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B. HAYNES ,
18W. STENOGRAPHER ,
Third Judicial Dlstrkt.
57CHAM1IEH OF COMMKUQ B.
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The bctt known mill mott popular llotnl In tlio
titu. Ixioxtton rcntnt aiiolnltnunt ) nrit-clnti.
OIUl i tl
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital , - $2BOQOO
Surplus , - SO.OOO
II. W. YATKS. President.
I.F.wisS. UKKD , Vlce-rresldent.
A. K. TDUAMNnd Vlco-l'resldent.
W. II. ti. HUQIIBS , Cashier.
W. V. MOIHK , JOHN S. COI.MNS ,
II. W. YATKS. J.KWIS 8. IH.KU ,
A. K. TOUZAM.S.
DanVlni ! OHlce
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. ISth and Fiirnnm Sts.
A General DunklnK llii lnf ha Tranbacted.
GOLD MEDAL , PABIB , 1878.
_ Warranted abtolulelyir
Cocoa , from wlilcli the excess ot
Oil lia been removed. It ltaa/irf ( /
timti the ttrtnyth ol Cocoa lulled
\tltli Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
anil la therefura fur mora economi
cal , totting lut than one cent a
cup. It Is dillcloiu , uourUlilng ,
Btrengthi'nliig , t aslljr dlgestinl , anil
atlmlrably adapted for Invalids ai
will a < for i r otn In licallli.
Sold by ( Jrorem _ crjnhcre.
W , BAKER & CO , , Dorclicslcr , Mass ,
w * ccr > iTMy recoramrnj
Tourj * lhec > i | tcmedy
known to ut | jr Conofrhct
and Gleet ,
We hav told eonilitr *
&Me. ndln every cut II
AUott Jc JJik ,
Hudioa. N. Y ,
Sold by Dnipf Utl *
Of the l.o'U n'a-getl anil itrenctbrntd. full tiartlcu *
Hil i ; > lcd free. KU1B MKI ) . L'U. . llornin. K. V.
( Mull f HTCt-Work , Indiscretion , etc. , adJreM abof e.
Health is Wealth !
Dit. E. C , WKRT'S NEIIVP AND BRAIN TIIKAT-
UK NT , n gunrantnod Hiicclllc for llysturla. Dizzi
ness , ConvulHlons , Fits , Nervous NonrnlRln ,
Headache , Nervous 1'rostration. rnilSBd by the
use of nlcohol or tobacco , \Viikefulneis , Mciitul
lloprnsaloii , BoftcnliiKof the Hruln , resulting In
Insnnlty.and leading to miserydecay und dentil ,
I'ri'inaluro Old AK , llarrenncsR , Ix > sof Power
In either sex , Involuntary IJO SPS and Hpertna-
torrluru cmiKcd by over-exertion of the brain ,
fcelf-abuse or over-indulgence. Kadi box con
tains onii month's trcatiiicnt. f I.UJ u box. or HX |
boxui for $5.00. Bent by mall prepaid on receipt
WKOUAHANTEK SIX flOXKH
To cure any caso. With each 01 dor received by
us for six box K , accompanied with J6.U ) . we will
Bend the purchaser our written guarantee torn-
fund the moiiHy If the treatment Uoia not effect
B cure. Gimnintee.3 Issued only by C. F. ( HJOD-
MAN. DruuBlbt , Bole Agent , 111U I'uruuin Street ,
Omaha , Neb.
Cured by WAKKFIEI.D'S Popular
BLACKBERRY BALSAM ,
Till IT ! KorSale tj ALI , Dru.gliti. TB1 IT.
GLUCK & WILKINSON.
1 S. < S D. DAMON , t
1742 Lawrence St. , Denfer , Col ,
Of the Missouri Slate Musouin of Anatomy. St ,
Louis , Mo. , University Collcsn Ilobpltul , Ijon.
don , Olesen , Germany and Now Yotk , having
devoted their attention
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF
More especially those arising from Impru
dence. Invite all so sulterlns to correspond with
out delay. Diseases of Infection and contagion
cured safely und speedily without use of dan
gerous dniRs. 1'atlents vthoso CHSOS have been
neglected , bndly treated or pronounced Incur-
abut , should not full to write us concerning their
symptoms. All letters receive Immediate uttsn-
JUST PUBLISHED ,
And will be moiled PHER to any iirtrtregi on re
ceipt of onu 2-ceiil stump , 'Tractlcul OUiervu-
tloni on Nt-tvous Debility and 1'hvNlcul Kxhaus-
tlon , " to which Is added nn " 1'sHay on Mar-
rlae , " with Important chapters on ulsrastii of
the Keproducth e OrRUtis , tliu wholu forming it
valuable medical treatlnuhlih uliould be rend
by ull youiiK men. Addrehs
DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON ,
1712 Lawrence St. , Denver , Col. . |
IlemarkablB for powerfiil g'iniwv- H f
tht'tlu tony , plhtble. action und lib *
Bolulu iliiraiiilltyr UP yi'urh ruTTTrdT
tliu best guiiraliteH nf Ilio
lenre of UIUNH InHtriimentK.
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