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OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , AUGUST 17 , 1885.
T A SMALL RAILROAD STEAL ,
Charges of Extortion Proforrocl
Against the Elkhorn.
A CLEAR CLASH OF OPINIONS.
Jerry IInrrlnnii' I'cnco or Mind
Greatly Disturbed liy n Woinnn
Two New I
LINCOLN Bur.EAU or THE OMAIU Bnn , )
P STHKET ,
LINCOLN , Aupust 10. I
Robert Lucas , comilninant , vs the
Fremont , Ulkhorn & Miasourl Valley
rnihvny company , respondent , comes before -
fore the state board of transportation
for coimidunitlon ul the uoxl meeting of
iho stale board.
Mr. Lucas states for cause of com
plaint that the above named respondent
is ti corporation organixed under and by
virtue of the lawa of Nebraska , and
owns and operates a railroad , which
passes through the towns of Valentino
and Norfolk , and that it owns und
operates a branch line of railroad con
necting the cities of Norfolk and Pierce.
And further , that complainant
ImQ six car loads of cattle
tit Valentino which ho desired
to ship to the city of Pierce , but that
the respondent demanded for the trans
portation of ttio catllo the hum of $40.60
per car ; that the charge is unreasona
ble , unjuKt nnd excessive , complainant
alleging that the sum of $20 would have
boon a reasonable charge for such ser
vice ; ftlt > o , that complainant then
shipped the cattle and was charged for
Buch transportation the sum of $31.45
per car , or $188.70 for the aix cars ; that
the charge of &U.45 per ear from Val
entino to Noligh , a distance of 151
miles , is an unjust , unreasonable and
excessive charge , and that 8UO per car
would have been a reasonable charge.
Complainant asks an investigation and
Buch decision as justice and equity may
require and restitution of all excess in
OPINIONS AT VAIIIANCK.
A petition signed by a , largo number
of the businebH men of Schuyler pray
the state board of transportation as fol
"Having understood that the state
board of transportation han ordered a
reduction of freight rates throughout
the state , notwithstanding the railroads
mudo n concession in November last
from Ltarills then in force of 331 per
cent , wo respectfully protest agaiuattho
enforcement of the order and petition
the board to recall the same. From the
test information at our command we be
lieve the general public are all satis-
fled with the November tariff ,
and wo believe there is not a single com
plaint to the contrary before your hon
"Wo believe the tendency of a rigid
obedience to your order will bo to check
nil railroad construction ino'ir state und
thus paralyze all new railway projects.
Capitalist are already alarmed , and
Nebraska is black listed iu Wall street
nh a state to bo avoided when invest-
in out H are to bo entertained. If this
condition of affairs is permitted to re
main , the onward progress and devel
opment of the commonwealth will bo
retarded for years. "VVo believe that
rates in existence prior to the
isiuo of your late order are reasonable ,
just and fair , and therefore respectfully
solicit that the prayer ot our petition bo
\p \ But in the face of the foregoing petition
comes one each from Howard and Hitch-
cook counties , signed by 835 farmers ,
laborers and business men , endorsing
the action of the state board , and de
claring that if the order is rescinded
reducing freight tarifl's they can see no
escape from financial ruin. There is a
clear clash of opinion , and the endorse
ment of the action of the state board it
ton for to one against.
JJICnitY II AHHIGAN AND MAHYIIKENNAN.
Jerry * Harrigan is again in trouble.
Its origin dates back into the uncertain
past. Names once fair were smirched ,
und the disgrace still clings and circles
around the old family tree. Mary Bron-
nan refuses to forgot her wronga. She
forces herself upon Harrigan , nptwith-
' standing a temporary injunction was
granted him nearly a year ago forbid'
ing lior to visifhis homo or promises.
During the month of April Mary forgol
that Judge Field told her thai
ehe must not bother Jerry anj
more , and that she must kcoj
awny from his homo or she woult
have to go to jail. But Mary forgot the
sacred promises she iniulo the judge
when arrested in April , and on Tucsdnj
eho entered the sacred precincts o :
Jerry's homo and declared it her intciv
tiou there to remain. Her wrongs and
disgrace from the house of Harrigan
linrt burned deeper wounds into hoi
Boul , and she said that she could no
Btay away tram the place that ought tt
Bholtor and protect her in her shame
and that it was cruel and wronf
and unjnht for the court to U
tlocroo. Neither threats nor coaxing
on Jerry's part could induce her t <
leave his place , and as his peace of mini
was greatly disturbed by her prcsonci
lie came to town this morning and swori
out a warrant for her arrest for violutiiij
the conditions of the injunction. Tin
warrant was issued by Judge Stownr
owing to the absence of the judges o
the district court , and an ottlcor wn
dispatched to the country to compo
Mary's attendance at court to answer ti
the charge. The poor woman will havi
to go to jail or make very posltivi
promises that she will no longer bothei
Jerry at his homo during the life of tin
injunction. At the incipiency of UK
case the picture was man's porlidy am
woman's frailty. Now it is a brokoi
heart , swaying and bonding under tin
lasli of pumic condemnation and a mat
surrounded by wealth and still possess
ing the confidence and esteem of hi
0 NKVT ENTKlirmSKS FOK LINCOLN.
The Vitrified Paving and Prossoi
Tiriolc company , with a capital stock c
8100V000 , which will engage in the busi
ness of manufacturing brick , tile am
Bewor pipe , filed articles with the re
corfler of deeds yesterday afternoon
The incorporatorb are W. II. B. Stout
J. H. BuckstulT , A. W. Eandlaly , 11. C
Ponlleld and AV. W. W. Jones.
1 The Lincoln Paper Mnnufacturin
company and the Lincoln Saddler
company albo filed articles of incorporr
tion. 1'Iaeh ot these companies nuthoi
izo a capital stOwk of 850,000. The pr
per mill is admirably located on Sout
Tenth street , nnd will occup
nine acres of land. The rmii
building will bo 100x100 fee' '
Thu articles of this company wor
signed by John H. Lally , . J , A. Bud
stuiT , J. Ji. Utt , A. A.liuokstaff and TV
\ \V. W. Jones. The saddlery compan
< will wholesale saddlery hardware , co
Inrs and buddies , and the business wil
bo operated by J. A. and A. H. Buol
f stnlf , O. W. Long , O. Armstrong an
W. \ \ ' . W. Jones.
rilETAlUNO LAHOU STATISTICS.
Mr. Jenkins , commissioner of the hi
reuu of labor statistics , is preparing h
report to submit at the next mooting <
tlio Nebraska legislature. Ho is goin
to tUo bottom of the labor problem an
'Btlior questions lie touches , and b
work , which will comprise n book of
about three hundred pages , will prove
of great benefit in shaping legislation
touching the questions that come under
his reach. He is especially interesting
himself in immediate labor questions ,
nnd is bringing to his aid bureau re
ports from Belgium , Switzerland and
Knglnnd. His report will bo exhaus
tive and more comprehensive than such
reports usually arc.
ASSAUI/IT.I ) HIS LANDLADY.
A drunken brute by the name of
Frank Barnes , assaulted his landlady ,
Mrs. Lou Prattor , last night about mid
night , on the corner of O and Ninth ,
kicking her down stairs and into the
street and serving her llttlo daughter
in the same manner. The wretch was
captured after a sharp run and was
lodged in the city jail , where ho now
lies awaiting trial. It was a cowardly
act and a dose of law should bo admin
istered to him without stint.
AUTICLKH OK INCOIU'OHATION.
Daniel , James E. and lavid ) A. Baum
of Onmhu filed articles with the secre
tary of state to-day incorporating the
Baum Iron company. The company
authorizes 8100,000 capital , divided into
shares of $100 each , and the indebted
ness at no time to exceed $33,000. The
usual olllccrs will control the business
oporationsof the company , and the prin
cipal place of business will bo at Omaha.
The exlbtenco of the company dates
from the day of its organi/ation , and it
continues fora period of twenty years.
CITY NKH'S AND NOTKS.
The Elks' sochil last evening was a
pronounced success. It was instituted
und hold in the social interests of the
wives and "bust girls" of the members
of the society. The music was the prin
cipal part of the programme , and it was
really fine. The ladies and gentlemen in
attendance enjoyed ono of the most
pleasant evenings of the season in Lin
The Nebraska Southern railway com
pany filed a series of by-laws with the
secretary of state this morning. Tlio
articles of the company were filed some
time ago , but the by-laws fix the place
of business of the company at Superior ,
Nuckolls county. They simply cite
common business rules by which to bo
The following cause was filed in the
supreme court this morning : Josiah
W. Rogers vs George W. Sample and
Lucian Wookwortli ; error from Doug
Sam Clark , son of Robert Ovorton ,
was poisoned yesterday by taking an
overdose of lyo. The boy was two years
of ago. It is not known how ho obtained
the dose. His body was laid to rest in
Wyuka cemetery to-day.
Undertaker Heaton reports the death
of four children during the past twenty-
four hours , all of whom are to bo buried
to-day. TTho fatality among infant chil
dren of Lincoln has boon very great
during the past few days. But no in-
foctuous diseases are reported.
How to Reduce Your Expensed.
You can do it easily , and you will not
have to deprive yourself of a single com
fort ; on the contrary , you will enjoy life
more than ever. How can you accom
plish this result ? Easily ; outdownyour
doctor's bills. When you lose your ap
petite , and become bilious and consti
pated , and therefore low-spirited , don't
rush off to the family physician for a
prescription , or , on the other hand ,
wait until you are sick abed before
doing anything at all ; but just go to the
druggists and for twenty-five cents got a
supply of Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets. Take them as directed ,
and our word for it , your unpleasant
symptoms will disappear as if by magic ,
you will have no big doctor's bill to pay ,
and everybody interested ( except the
doctor ) , will feel happy.
A Heart That [ lopped Homo.
Several politicians in the Stewart
building were discussing the strange
things that has happened in the lives ,
when Mr. John P. Boyle gave a circum
stantial account of a curious event that
occurred twenty years ago , before the
Now York Central railrord began run
ning its cars into the unfinished Grand
"In 18GU , " Mr. Boyle said , "thoro
was a sewer being constructed in Elev
enth avenue from Forty-seventh to Fif
tieth streets. The tracks of tlio Hudson
River railroad ran through Eleventh
avenue , as everyone hero knows. In
building the sewer it became necessary
to shift the tracks , ana the earth taken
from the so'.vor was piled OH either side
of the excavation.
"Ono day , just after noon , an old man
whoso name 1 have forgotten attempted
to cross the track at Forty-ninth street.
The pile of dirt'provontod his seeing an
approaching train. Ho got directly in
front of the engine , and was cut to
pieces before know what hit him. Wo
wore all standing there and saw the
whole thing. Before wo had time to
take two stops wo saw something about
'the size of a frog jumping over the
stones and dirt heaps. We followed and
saw it stopped in the avenue between
Forty-seventh and Forty-eight streets
before the dead man's house. On ex
amining the supposed frog wo were
horrified to see that it was a human
heart tlio old man's heart that had
just been torn from his mutilated body
by the passing train.
" who worked in '
"Any person Higgins'
carpet'factory at that time will testify
to tlio truth of this remarkable occur-
once. They all know about it , and i )
was the talk of the streets for weeks.
The butchers and slaughter-house work
men of the neighborhood discubbcd the
strange incident , and were never able
to toll how the heart know whore to gc
without eyes. "
The only guarantee curotor catarrh ,
cold in the head , hay fever , rose cold ,
catarrhal deafness nnd sore eyes. Re
store the sense of taste and unploasanl
breath , resulting from catarrh. Easji
and pleasant to use. I'ollow ' directions
and a cure is warranted by nil drug'
glbts. Send for circular to ABIETINI ;
MEDICAL COMPANY , Orovillo , Cal
Six months' treatment for $1 ; bent by
mail , $1.10 , For sale by Goodman
A Ijlnlo Precaution.
On the subject of the oppressive hca
"in August the Philadelphia Times printi
this Interesting suggestion to laborinf
men and all exposed to the heat : "Thos <
who must bo exposed to the sun in thoii
daily labor should bo specially carofu
to guard against sunstroke or the man ;
other ailments which may come fron
sultry weather. The head should alwayi
bo protected by a dump linen clou
under the hat , and a fresh cabbagi
loaf is oven bettor than a dani ]
cloth. Whenever the head o
the stomach gives signs of weak
ness from heat , it is ahyays wise to stoi
exposure at once , as such admonition !
should bo promptly respected. Horse ,
should bo protected by a little clotl
shade over the cars , which will givi
a current of air over the top of the
head where it is most needed. Ono o :
the methods of ton innocently omployoi
to aggravate the otToct of the suftrj
weather is the immoderate use of watei
or ioo cold beer. In a season of execs
sivo heat the stomach should not be op
pressed by the lavish use o
cold drinks. The less drinkinj
there is in hot seasons the los
danger there will bo to people ux
B Ipobea I to boat. The best possible way t
refresh the system , without overtaxing
it in any way IB to break ice ititu lumps
just largo enough to'bo swallowed con
veniently without allowing them to molt
in the mouth. Ice thus taken in the
stomach docs not oppress it , and if used
in moderation will allay thirst and
maintain a good condition of the stem
ach. Ice in small lumps for swallowing
is often given by physicians iu cases of
diseases of the stomach and bowels. "
Indiscretions in eating or drinking
often cause serious troubles which may
bo pro vented or removed by TAUHANT'S
Tlic Dlnoonccrtoil Kxliorter.
Nashville American : A negro
preacher charged with stealing a ham
iu Decatur county , Alabama , gave tlio
following amusing testimony when put
upon the stand :
" .ledge , I was jes passin' by an' seed
do ham. Do dobi ) say , 'Jim dur's a nice
ham , take um.1 Do Lawd say , 'Jim ,
' don't take . ' I
you's a preacher , you um.
mind do Lawd an' pass on. When I gits
down do street do debil say , 'Jim , dat's
a mighty fine ham ; ain't no ono watch-
in1 ; bettor go back an' got um. ' Bless
do Lawdl I forgits what ho say ; I goes
back mind what I sayl hit wus do
dobil's work snatched do ham , tuck
um under my coat an' goes an' hide um
behind Mr. Forham's stable. Den I
cums back an' walk up do street to see
if doy miss um. Jes as I gits clos' ler
Mr. Cownrt's barroom do porllco fling
ho him' in my collar an' say , ' .Tim , whar
do hani'i" Dat tuck mo BO onsuddent ,
boss , dat I tolls whar do bam an' ho gits
um. " _ _
Pozzonl's Complexion Powder pro
duces a soft and beautiful skin ; it com
bines every clement of beauty and pur
Helena , the capital of Montana , is
best reached via the Union Pacific's
Oregon Short Lino.
Bill Rnon Between Ocean Stonmcrs.
NswYoiiK , August 10. [ Special Telegram
to THE lir.K. ] There will bo a prcat race for
Europe between four ocean steamers bo-
chining Saturday afternoon. La Hoursogno ,
of the French line , sailing at 2 o'clock , will
lend the fleet , followed by the CuuarJor
Uinbrin nt 2tO : : , the now Iinunn liner City of
Now York ut ! 1 o'clock , the North German
Lloyd's Ems nt 4. The Unibria has been
surpassed only by the Etrurin , which is now
no fastest steamer on the ocean.
It3 superior excellence proven In millions ot
homes for more thim a ( iiiiirtor ot a century. It
Is used by tie ! United States Government. Ku
dorsoa bythnliuatls ot the creat 1'nlvorsltlos us
the strongest purest mill most healthful. I > r.
1'rlce's Croain IlakliiB Powder rtoen not contain
mmnonln , lime or tilum. Sold only In cans.
Now Yort , Chicago , St.Louls
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General Agents for
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I Marshall & Wenrlel Upright
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for > J i 25.00
III allot & Davis Square , cost
ne\vV)0 , forJJKl 20.00
1 BhonlnKi-r fi Octavo Orcan ,
cost new 75 , for only * J5. . 10.03
1 SlioulnRor Organ. useU one
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IMiv.-.on llamlln Organ
ilouble bank , cost nuw * iiO ,
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Brliis this ad. with yon to avoid mistakes.
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Corner Sixteenth and Fnrnnin Sts.
Dig n hns given unlvct
sal satisfaction In tlio
euro of Clonorrlicra and
Ulert. I prcicrlbo It ana
feel safe In recommending
uuChinlctlCa. ing It to all sufferers.
. Olnoinn A.J. STOSIUt , M.D. ,
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Extends West and Southwest from Kansas City
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ITCnciIIKSON , OAUJWEIX. and all points In
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celebrated Pullman manufacture. All safety ap
pliances and modern Improvements.
The Famous Albert Lea Route
Is the favorite between Chicago , Bock Island ,
Atchleon , Kansas City and Minneapolis and St.
raui. Its Water-town branch traverses the great
"WHEAT AND DAIRY BELT"
of Northern Iowa , Southwestern Minnesota , and
East Central Dakota to Water-town , Spirit Laho ,
Bloux Folia and many other towns nnd cities.
The Short Una via Eloneca and Konkakeo offers
( uperior facilities to travel to and from Indian-
apoUs. Cincinnati and nthor Southern points.
For Tickets , Maps , Fclders , ordaairod Informa
tion , apply at any Coupon Ticket Offlco or luldrcea
E. ST. JOHN , I' . A. HOLBROOK ,
l Manager. Oen'l Tkt , fit Pass. Agt.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
Tlio liest Route from 'Omaha and Council
TWO TllAINd DAILY IIBTWKKN OMAHA AND
Chicago , A > T > MHuaukcc ,
SU Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapids ,
Rock Island , Fiveport , Rockford ,
Cllutou , Itabu ue , Davenport ,
Elgin , Madison. Jancsvlllc ,
Wlnoui La CTOBHC
lielolt , ' , ,
And all other Important'points Bait , Northeiut and
For through tlcknU call nn the ticket agent t 1501
Farnam ttruet , in Uarker llluck , or at Union l-uclflo
Hullmnn Sleeper * and the flneit Dining Can In Hit
worm are ran on the malu line or the Clilt-BKO , Mil
wtukco A tU. Paul llMlwujr , and OTerr attention it
palJ to pusengan by courteous employe ! of u
It ill.LTCB , General Manager.
J.K. 'iUOKElt , Aitltiaut uerierol Munajor.
A. V. U. UAUl'K.M'KR. Giueml Iu un8 r and
OKO.lilKAFFORD ! , Asilstant Gt
and Ticket AEVDI.
J.T. CJ JUtK. UooriU Saperlntendtat.
coir one in tbn world uenerallng
ecDtinuoui Klatria a MaontHa
j . CoUntMc. Few rtui , Durable ,
Oomfartjfel * and KOwiilTc. ATOli Iraudd ,
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Ot. HORME. lUVENTOa. 161 KBAtH AVE. . CH1CMIO.
PEERLESS DYES Ag > FabTHufuJ BEST.
* * * JJ ! . Js. - j Si ,
North IGth Street , Between Binnoy and Wirt Sts. , Omahn.
Commencing THURSDAY EVE'NG. , AUG. 3O
Siege of Sebastopol
THE GRANDEST OF
MILITARY SPECTACULAR CONCEPTIONS
Invented and produced by Pain & Sons , of London and New York. Thearle & Cooper
Managers , Realistic bombardment of forts , by boats , on an immense Artifi
cial Lake. Tenific Assault of Fortress by Allies.
350 PERFORMERS 350
Correctly costumed and excellently drilled as Russian Soldiers , Cossacks , French
and English troops and marines , Turks , Sardinians , etc.
By specially engaged artists , Russian athletes , Swordsmen , etc. The whole to
$1,000 FIREWORKS DISPLAY.
Consisting of the latest novelties.Manhattan Beach Aerial and Aquatic-Pyrotichnics
Music by Sabastopol Military Band.
Admission.5Oc ; - - Reserved Seats , 75c
1888 THE GREAT 1888
OMAHA FAIR AND EXPOSITION
Held September 3 to 8 , Inclusive.
Most Complete and Best Arranged Fair Grounds iu the West
The best accommodations for stoolc , which can bo unloaded from cars at the
grounds. Superior accommodations for agricultural exhibits. The boHt nnd
fastest track in the country. Competition open to the world. No entry foe except -
copt in racing purses.
Special Attraction Each Day.
GRAND AND MAGNIFICENT Pyrotobhnical Display every evening ol the
SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. For premium lists , circulars and informa
tion , address
J. H. McSHANE , Secretary , Omaha , Nebraska.
SACRED HEART ACADEMIES ,
Under the Direction of the Religious of the Sacred Heart.
BOARDING SCHOOL SELECT Day SCHOOL
PARK PRACE , OMAHA. ST. MARY'S AVE. , OMAHA.
Opens Wednesday , September 6th. 1888
1 -i ! Opens Monday , Sept. 3d.
TEIlMS-noatd. Washlnp , Tuition In EnsllaU
und Jrcuch , limtrunieutal MutJo nnd uao of
Hooks , per bt'tslou ot live months , Jl&o.uo , TEHMS According to Qradea of Studies.
Fainting , Drawing , Shorthand , Qcrrnan , Italian , Vocal Music , Harp , Violin , etc. , are extra
Difference of religion IB no obstacle to the mlml.sslon of young ladles. For further luforina-
tlonupph-to JIADAJ1E M. J.DUNN IS , SuperioreHs of liourdlug Acodamy , 1'ort 1'laue.
Omaha , Nebrabka.
MADAMKL. DU MONT , Superioress of Day Academy , St. Mary's Ave. , Omaha Neu.
In the Mild and Certain
JUfllCIOUS AND PEIISISTEHf
Advurtl&lng lias ulwoys pi-ovoa
Bucoesbful. Before placing any
Newspaper Advertising consult
LORD 4k THOMAS.
AUYIUTUlKa 1CMT8 ,
'Effectually Cured by
( noomofirably the Bust.
U. S. DEPCSITOEY , OMAHA , WEB.
Paid Up Capital $400,000
II. W. YATER , President.
LEWIS 3. UKEII , Vlcel'ioslrlont.
A. IS. TOUZALIN , 2nd Vice President ,
W. H. S. HuaiiKs , CashUr
W. V. MORSE , JOHN S. COM.INS ,
II. Vf. VATKS , I.cms 8. UEKD ;
A. E. TOUZAI.IN.
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Corner 12th and Faruam Sts.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
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