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THE WAR FOR LOWER RATES , .
XloproBonttvtlvos of tbo People Make
a Gallant Fight
BUT THEY ARE IN THE MINORITY
Anil Krerclnry Imwti Succeeds In Ilnv-
liiK n Hcfcoliitlon 1'nhHcil In-
tnulcd to Imluflnltoly
LINCOLN BUREAU or run OMAHA UEE. )
102'J 1 > STHKKT , V
LINCOLN , Sept. 7. 1
As soon n < nil preliminary questions wore
nettled yesterday afternoon Judge Thuraton
took tlio floor n nil dc II tied the position ot tlio
Union I'uelllc. Tlili properly commencoJ the
buttlo on tno freight reduction question. Ho
Biild that it was n clear proposition of Inw
ttmt no board could mnko an order reducing
freight rates unless u complulnt had llrst
been ( lied us prescribed by law. To do this
& finding oT facts becomes necessary , necoi-
Diluting Investigation and the taking of testi
mony. "When this,1' snld the Jtfdgo , "lidono
in ix proper manner , and If the conditions
warrant it , an order may bo made , but not
without. " Continuing , ho nald : "Tho notice
of the order shall bo served on the roads by a
slicrilT or constable , after which ten days Is
given them by the statutes of thu Htiitc to
show cause why the order ought not to bo
enforced. Tlio code of the stuto fur
nishes complete. Instructions as to thu duties
of the board and roads. " Ho said that the
scrvlco was imperfect and not according to
luw , and that tlio Jurisdiction of the board in
tlio premises was very questionable. In con
nection with the paint raised on the iiniwr-
feet Horvlco the judge said that the present
order could not be enforced , and that oun of
the grc.it reasons for his attendance at the
bearing was to prevent si now order upon a
perfect service. Ho insisted upon the ab
surdity of the move because tlio state was
not ready for it. Hut he urged the pomtthat
too "fliidinit" had been made. "Tho records , "
eald he , "kept for that purpose us ro.juircd
by law , do not show that tlio railroads have
been unjust , unreasonable , or discriminative.
No complaints are Hied of which legal notlco
) ms been served. The order in question
was not servea upon the Union Pa-
clilc until the llth of July , the
return of which was ordered for the 20th.
To comply with such nn order would bo to
disregard the law creating the bomd The
roads have always been willing to meet tlio
Jieonlo half way , and the history of the board
will show this to bo ti fact. In almost every
instance where complaints have been made
the rouds huvo promptly rectified mistakes
and adjusted matters to the satisfaction of
the people. To enforce the present order
will bo to postpone the settlement of the rate
problem fully live years. It will ralso rates
on Homo classes of goods , while it lowers on
At the close of Thurston's speech Ilurrows
Of Gage , representing the farmers' alliance.
Was heard. Ills speech was to the point and
clear of varnish. Ho represented a class that
the railroads of Nebraska tire bound to ro-
Bpcct , and ho handled cold facts In a manner
that greatly annoyed Mr. Kagan of Hastings ,
who constantly interrupted him. ThOHpcaker
bollcvcd that the state would bo benclited
by tlio establishment of rates that would
build up manufacturing and Jobbing centers.
Discriminating charges in the shipment of
buggies from Columbus , O. , to Hontrico and
from Omaha to Beatrice are cited as an in
justice , and as a trite Illustration of the fact
that local tariff rates are needed and ilo-
tnundca In Nebraska. By the long distance
tariffs ho showed conclusively thut in u
ecnse , conditions and circumstances consid
ered , buggy making In Columbus was en
couraged , while at homo the opposite Is the
case. Ho contended for equal advantages
for homo industries. Ho handled figures
and facts connected with railroad work that
showed that he had mastered the situation ,
nnd his ready answers to the questions of the
attorneys was conclusive that they could not
purry his truths. The speaker frankly ad
mitted that the railroads might not bo mak
ing any money at present , hut ho was
equally sure that the farmers of the state
bud the roads at no disadvantage in
this respect. Aside from the advancing
values of the farms of Nebraska the farmers
wcro not making 1 per cent on their Invest
ments. Ho was quite sure the railroad com
panies doing business in the state could not
truthfully show the same unfortunate con
ditions. Hut exceptions might bo poiutcd
out.Sharp questions wcro injected into Bur
row's speech from time to time. Hut he hold
bis own , and spectators not warped by preju
dices must acknowledge the supremacy of
At the conclusion of his remarks the board
adjourned until0 o'clock this morning , when
Ficd Heddo , of the Grand Island Independ
ent , took occasion to push the wadding out of
the remonstrance filed with the board from
the board of trades of the city ho repre
sented. Mr. Hcduo proved no novlco in pro-
pcntlng tbo claims of the people of the stato.
Ho , too , bad looked Into the situation. Ho
could see no earthly reason why Iowa , Min
nesota , Wisconsin or Illinois should bo built
up at the expense of Nebraska. He
hurled the fact at the attorneys that
discrimination had been made In and out of
the state , and that complaints had been made
to the board , and that tno railroads , and not
the board or the people , were responsible for
the war being waged against oppression. "It
Is time , " snU } the bpc.iker , "for bulldozing
nnd binning to stop. If the railroads can not
muke a living in Nebraska at rates more than
t > 0 per cent higher than in Iowa , they had
better go Into bankruptcy and lot the state
lift them up and opcmto It. " The speaker
Illustrated his points by facts and figures and
Was frequently Interrupted.
Hugiin hero got the floor and stated that
the reduction order was not understood. It
Is simple u schedule formula and does not
uniformly reduce rates , or necessarily mean
reduction. Hut the absurdity of the position
wim shown by Secretary Agcr , who stated
that white frcighVclasses D and E wcro each
raised n small per cent , otherwise- uni
formly , n reduction of nearly or
fluito 15 per cent would follow the onforce-
luent of the order.
Hut Hagaii declined to down the ghost and
Insisted on his point , and was helped out by
& suggestion from "Union Pacific John" that
reduction would still remain wholly In the
bands of the magnanimity or discretion ol
the railroads. "Long distance tariffs can bo
BO raised as to destroy a reduction of local
tariffs. " It was a wonderful piece of inge
nuity to suggest that the railroads would
"cut off their own noses" to spite themselves.
Ragun continued nnd said that Iowa hail
acted wisely. She got all the roads she
wanted nnd then proceeded to regulate. Ac
tion of the kind In Nebraska would keep out
capital , stop railroad building nnd retard the
development of the staui fifteen years. Ho
produced statistics showing the number of
miles of railroad Iowa , Minnesota , Wiscon
sin nnd Illinois had In 1BS5 and the popula
tion of each state as well. Hut ho got bo-
bind the present three years , when the
conditions wcra so vastly different , that his
$ points lost their forco.
Jt Uurrows warmed him up occasionally by
r injecting pertinent questions. Ho did no1
llko Kagan'u implication that the farmers of
the htato were acting upon theories built bj
demagogues and agitators. Ho gave him to
understand that the farmers thought for
themselves. The records furnished the
knowledge upon which the class ho rcpre
Bonted were acting. Demagogues might bo
i found In the railroad camp.
C5. S. Hall , candidate for the house fron
i this county , suggested that the attorneys for
the roads had repeatedly stated tha
, I their remedy would lie. In the courts If the
t board sustained the order ; that If the boori
were reasonably satisfied with Its legality
they could do nothing clso thnn stay by it.
Ho Insisted that the board could not go back
ward. "If the railroads huvo a remedy ii
the courts that is tbo place to
Bettla this controversy. It cannot hoi ]
but land thcro. The dignity of tbo board
demanded u linn stand for the pcoplo unde
the circumstances. The railroads cannot bo
liurt If they are right and the courts furnish
them a remedy. "
\ L. H , Lawton nnd S. M. Frlnk , two Intelll
cent farmers , addressed the board and asked
them to stand linn for what they believed to
bo Just und rjght. They said that a move
bad been made In the Interests of the forme
nnd that they hoped the order would stam
Judge Hawley then reviewed the order a
ervat length. Ho assailed the legality o
tno order , the Jurisdiction of the board am
tbo questionable service. Ho cited author !
ties to sustain his ( totnU and compared th
action of-tlio borfrd. with the requirements of
Ho attacked Attorney General Lccso for
flaying that the bonrd would sustain Its
orders. Ho did not llko to discuss a question
bearing premeditated decision.
Lccsc corrected him by staling that his
language Implied that the board would sus
tain nil its legal orders. Thut ho was open
to conviction. Hut Hawley vould not have
it that wav because It would deprive him of
the free use of Invective. Hut ills argument
was n repetition of the jiolnts raised In the
nimwcr framed by the load ho represents ,
and of which Tin ; Hr.r. gave u full text some
weeks ago , nnd a repetition Is unnecessary.
Mr. Hawley's argument closed the hearing
on the reduction nrdcr.
Thu action of the board came up this after
noon. The session was a stormy one , but
concluded at (5 ( o'clock this evening. Secreta
ries MIIKOII and Mungcr filed their opinion
that the roads had waived nil
rlgh t to any error that might have
existed In the. service. Mason submitted his
opinion In writing that "findings of
facts" wcro necessary other than what the
record offered. To this , however , Mungor
was not clear , but both concurred In the
opinion that the order wai legal and that
the board had u right to inako the rcduc-
Attorney General Lceso made a splendid
ight for the pcoplo and urged thu Immediate
ssuanco of a peremptory order for
i turiff reduction on all the roads
olng business In the state , to
> o followed bv n writ of mand.unus In the
vent th.it the roads refuse lo comply with
, ho order. Habcock , hindered him In
very possible way , notwithstanding
ho clear legal opinion of one
f the secretaries that the order was legal
i ml that the board had a right to make it.
vcuio urged the vote on behalf of the peo-
lc. Ho said that JiW.OUU of the people's
noney had been squandered and nothing had
> ccn done , und Insisted that it was time to
act.Laws cnme In with a sickly resolution In-
ended to Indefinitely postpone action. Thereto
rote on the lesolutlon stood as follows :
. ,11 ws , Habcock and Scott , nye ; Lccso and
.Vlllurd . , no. Lccso Hied his protest and In
dignantly loft the room. Adjournment was
taken without date.
The resolution is as follows : "Ordered by
lie board of transportation of the state of
Nebraska that each railroad company in the
Into of Nebraska bo and Is hereby ordered
ind required to furnish this board under oath
of its proper ofllccr or oflleors the following
.tatlstlcs . :
First The profile of the road bed , with
lueh datn us may bo nectmary to estimate
, ho number of yards of cuts and fills , with
, ho character of the same ; whether rock ,
lardpan or earth.
Second The worth and cost of right-of-
Third Number of ties per milo.
Fourth Weight of rails per , \ard.
Fifth Kind of rails ; stcul , miles ; iron ,
Sixth Number , kind nnd cost of locomo
tives , giving nulnbcr of each class or kind ,
Seventh Number , kind and cost of box
Eighth The same of stock cars.
Ninth Tlio same of flat curs.
Tenth The same of coal freight cars.
Eleventh Tlio same of passenger cars.
Twelfth The same of parlor and dining
Thirteenth The same of chair cars.
Fourteenth IJndgcs , the number , length
and cost of iron nnd wooden trcstlo and ullo
and combination iron trestle.
Fifteenth Culverts nnd viaducts , number
and cost of box , stone , timber and arch.
Sixteenth The average life of locomo-
Seventeenth The average life of passen-
; or cars.
Eighteenth The average lifo of freight
Nineteenth The average lifo of iron rails.
Twenty- The nverago lifo of steel rails.
Twenty-one The nverago lifo of tics.
Twenty-two All other data necessary to a
lull , fair and thorough understanding of tlio
actual worth of each road in the state.
STATT. n\l'lMITUlliS. :
The following are the state expenditures
for the month ending August UO :
Einploi es1 wages $
Fuoland lights sr.t'O '
Fuel and lights
Erection main building -
Hepulrs to public building 111.54
Caroof prisoners l'J2i.03
General repairs 1U.OO
Laundry , bakery , etc 1K5 00
Expenses for institution 2-JiU 33
Institute Feeble Minded-
Main building 45.CO
Institute Dent and Dumb-
Dining room , kitchen , etc 1,400.00
Expenses for institution - . 708.31
Insane asylum ( Norfolk ;
Expenses for institution 3,213.87
Insane asylum ( Lincoln ) Gtl't3 , : ! ' ) !
Insane asylum ( Lincoln ) 842 SO
Blind institute General oxiKinses. . 1.05U.74
Homo for Friendless General ex
penses 1,083 07
Feeble institute General expenses. 707.87
John Lavno , on contract 2,151 St
J. S. UUko , superintendent ( ll : i
Soldiers' and Sailors'Homo 193.24
The following entries for the stnto fair
have been made from Iowa , Missouri and
Kansas. Their coming will tax three special
Luther Adams , Storm Lake , Iowa , two car
loads of shorthorn cattle.
F. Hollow & Sons , Maryville , Mo , , two car
loads of shorthorns nnd hogs.
Early DawnCattlo Farm , Maplolllll , Kan. ,
two car loads of Horofoi ds.
Kansas Hereford Cattle Co. , Lawrence ,
Kan. , two car loads.
D. M. Lee , Kansas , four car loads of Polled
Harris ft Clark , Illinois , bring nn exhibit
of Galloway cattle.
General Hess , of Iowa City , one car load of
red PolloU Angus.
Springer & Wlllard , Oskaloosa , la. , two car
loads of horses.
Rogers Bros. , Illinois , two car loads of
Field & Son , lowu City , two car loads of
Homo farm , Hampton , la. , two car loads of
These exhibits como direct from the Iowa
state fair , which closes this afternoon.
Governor Thayer to-day issued the follow-
Ingrotarialcommissions : William H. Lyman ,
Kearney , Buffalo county ; Charlie J. Jenkins ,
Alliance , Hex Hutto county ; T. T Llnkhurt ,
Coleridge , Cedar county ; H. J. Scammoll ,
Omaha , Douglas county ; Elmer E. Thomp
son , Grand Island , Hall county ; James P.
Kernuhun , Wood Klvor , Hall county.
Drink Mixlto It is pleasant.
The President Snld Damn.
The , president Is n , religious man in
tendency and in training , but. like most
strung natures ho sometimes docs llncl
relief in a good round expletive , says
tlio Now York World. Some time ugo
n cadet at West Point was courtmar-
tialcd and dismissed for lying. The
circumstances were peculiar. Ho had
n good standing in his class and as "an
olllcor and a gentleman'but on o day ,
while in class , ho prompted a fellow
cadet anil was caught at it by the pro
fessor , who instantly asked him if ho
had prompted. Tlio young follow , taken
by surpribo , probably , answered "No. "
Thou the professor turned to the other
and asked if it were not true that ho
had boon prompted by the cadet who
had denied it. The second young
man admitted that ho had boon
prompted. When the llnding of the
court-martial was laid before the presi
dent the facts nbovo noted arrested his ,
attention. Ho laid the papers aside.
After some months botli tno secretary
of war and the superintendent ot the
academy urged that ho should pass
upon the case. The president was still
reluctant and there was a further delay/
Finally the superintendent represented
to him tlio necessity of action , saying :
"If you do not sign this verdict it will
bo very subversive of discipline in the
academy. " The president again sent
for all the papers , looked over Jhcm for
awhile and then said : "I cuunejt think
it right to send a young followrout into
the world with such a stigma upoo him
for an offense confanUed uKder s.uch
circumstances. " Ho looked , at. th pa
pers again for n moment , and then Bald :
"I'll bo d - d If I'll sign thin verdict ! "
And ho didn't. Across the face of the
finding of the court martial Is written ,
in his hand , "Disapproved. "
Had n bilious attack and one ot those
indescribable cases of constant weari
ness. Took quinine and other remedies
without relief. Took Dr. Jones' Hod
Clover Tonic ; nm strong nun woll. Asa
Thompson , LoganOhio. Goodman Drug
Co. , agents Omaha.
Uses of Nnvy.
American Magazine : Our strong
navy in 1808 alone induced England to
acrrdo to the policy of arbitration.
Nothing else will explain .lustin Mc
Carthy s admission in his "History of
Our Own Times" : "They ( the English )
were aomowhfit in tlio petition ot a gov
ernment who have lo submit lo rigorous
and humiliating ternw of pearo. " Will
an Englishman over submit to "rigor
ous and humiliating lornis" it he can
help hini elf ?
wo can never enforce the Monroe
Doctrine without a blrong navy. This
taut must bo npimront. No foreign
power that may book to violate its prin
ciples will pay any attention to our pro
tests if wo nave no force to back our
policy. A lion will not arbitrate with a
lamb when ho mav cat the latter. We
must cither ub.uiuou the Monroe Doc
trine entirely , or provide ourselves with
the navy ncccbbtiry to its enforcement ,
An Important Announcement
About nix weeks ago. wlillo at lm lne 9.1
vrr.B suddenly nttnclird rtllli I'jcruUntlug
palm til my foet. knsrs nnJ hand * Bo oter
lht > attack tluit 1 took luy bril lninio.llotolr. .
and Iu tno or thrto dny my Joints wci
> vollan to almost double thrfrimiurnUlm ,
am ! Moepwnt driven f nun IIP. AtKruufrir-
Inij the most cicrrclstlng pain fornwrtk.
urlnK liniments Kiulvnrloun mlKr romfrtlci ,
a frfcnd who rjruipAtlilEM with luy hclples *
ccnlHItmnaM to uio ! . _
"Why don't jou pet Snlft'oSpoclfle nn4
vsolt. I HlllKi'iironieoft ' ciuo , nJ If Itiloo *
notthonicdli.liu * Fhall coUJou nothing. "
I at ( men toenri'd thn u. a. S. , ar.il nflor
nelnx It tlio llr.l clny , liart ft quiet nlgl. tun 1
refriohlnK clcop. In n wcflc I filt ( trrotly
bpneflttM. In three weeks 1 coulil tit > ip anil
rrnllc i.'Miit ttao room , ( .ml after mln < MX
lirttlp l a out anil nl'le to go In l > uilni > 5 .
Blncothin 1 UUMbccnrcsiilarl * atrnyr < i"l
of rimy , mid ntnml on my ( ret from ninn tu
ten hbtiri dayand amcntlraly Iioofrom
pain. Thcio ar the plain nnd lniila [ roct
fuiiiyrn3 > Miiitl I will chiicrriilty Bti W ( r all
janulrKiriilatUo thereto , olilirrln pcmonor
Lyinall. THOMIS 'Urinittit ,
i. It W. UlliMrci.t.NciT'iorl.Cttj- .
r NJUIITIMV. , Trst I Lave wnrrtcd nft a
vero Httncls of rheumm ! " ! ! ! by a timely nrt >
to Swift's ir-clfli. ' . lit nil C wi whrro n per
manent ri'llef in soiiRht thla imillflnp com.
mciuUlleolr tat * ( oustltulloiiftltreatment
that thui duality eradicate * the buod * of dl < -
aofioiutho } Moni.
L. liev.V. . P. IURRI30X , D. D.
r NKW VOBK. Bl Tin AVR. After i > n.idliii
two to bo nlloied rf Illood J'ulfon n III out
anylicnHH , ulcw l > ailcsu m\lff Specino
worked n perfect CUTB. C. Poniin.
VIEKIA , Ol. My llttlo ftlrl , aged MXand
boy , mt ftiir yuarn , liad ecrotu'a In lh
* urt . . . < ra-nteit shape. Tncy wen ) puny
nd elckly. To day they nro healthy uud ro
bust , all tbo result of taxing H. S. S.
JOB T. COLUER.
IDT IAKB , BCMTJtn CO , rtA.-Toiir 8. S
B. hu jiroted a wonderlul succo-s In riy
vufto. Tlitt cancer on my facts no doubt ,
would hat o fioon hurried mo to my gra t * . 1
do think It Is v , underfill , nnd has no equal.
D. II. liyun , Poiimincr. i
WACO , TEXAS , Kay 9,1SS1. i
L B. Co. , Atlinta. Oa. :
. Gentlemen Knowing that you npprer'.ate
voluntary tosllinonluls , wo tak * picture In
tatlnff that one of our lady customer * baa
rejoined her health l > y thw mo of four Inixe
bottles of 3our great reruodvoffer haihii ;
beenan Invalid for several ) tars. HertroubU
was extreme dcbllltv , caused by a dliern * IK > -
cullar to lursLi. WILD a A Co. , Druifgtjta.
i Thrt-H ixinkB mnlkd free on apuliuttloB ,
All druggists sell 8. s. a.
THR bwirr Srw-rric Oo ,
Drawer S. Atl.uit ( la.
M w YorkM
Oviu A MILLIONDifeiT.iiirru >
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated by the Inglslatmo In I8W , fnrlM-
uciitlouul and Charitable purpose , timl its ft .in
clilsH made u part nC the i > iT > mt State Constitu
tion , in IhTli. oy nn ovci whelming popular vote.
JtsOUANOlJXTHAOIllMN Vlti l > ( < A\V\it ! ( < .
lake plnte Seml-Aiimiiilly , ( Juno utiil Dofoiiiliiu i
nml 111 OKANU HlKaiiU Nt'MlllMt 1)HA\\-
1N8 ! tnlo plarooneucli of theotherteii montln
In tlio yenr , nnd nro all drawn in public , at thu
Acndemv of Music , New Orleans , L \ .
" \Vo do hereby certify that we supcrvUe thn
arrangements for nil tha Monthly nnd St-ml-Ati-
mini Draw ings of The IiOiiHlnna State Lotteiv
Comnany. nuil in pe nu inauago nnd control
the UriiwhiKS theiiHolves nnd that the siliio
nro conducted with honesty , laliness , nnd In
Kood ftiitli toward all parties , nnd wo ntithnrlra
the company to use this ccrtlllc.ite , with fuc-
similes of out1 nlguatures attached , Iu IU advui-
WothounderslRued Hanks und llaukors will
pay all Prizes di.vvvn In The Louisiana St.tto
Lotteries which may bo presented nt our coun
H \VALMRLRV. . 1'res Louisiana vnr. I1U.
1'inilltn LANAU.V , 1'rus. Mats Nnt I Ilk.
A , IIALOWIN , I'rcs Now Orltmtis Nnt 1 Ilk
CAItfi KOtlNM'ies. ITnioa National Hunk.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
In thn Acatloiny ol' MUSK ; , New Or
leans , Tucsiluy , Sept. II , 18H8.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dslhrj each.
Halves $10 ; Quirlors $ D ; Tenths $2 ; Tren-
LIST OK i'iii/i : .
i ritizn or j.wjono is . $ cooo-o
1 1'ltIXB OK JiHV is .
i iMti/.n OK r > nax , ) is .
1 I'KI/JI OF SruWJ is .
ai'iti/.nsor lu.ooj mo . . .
fi I'HIXKSOI5.WX ) tire . % 0-y
ss I'Kixr.soK i.Ojii uro . aitwo
10(1 ( I'll /.r.S I OF WOnru . r.'i.OOJ
ao I'Hl/J'Sor. 301 nro .
tea pm/isor : w ate .
100 Prizes or $ .V nro . W.OOO
100 do TO ) nro .
100 do JJiOnre .
TEHMINAI , piu/.r.s.
P93 do luilaro. . . .
VM do 100 nre . W.'JUO
3,131 Prizes , nmountint ; to . tl.OjI.bO
Ii0TE-TTlckt'l"tlr'lwlnlf Capital I'riies uronoten
titlutl to ttTiulnul l'nio .
ttr Van Cl.tni lUTi.s , or any further Information
dcslrod , wrlto U-Klbly to thiinnaor < l noili'le irly Ktiit-
InK your rpslrtonco , wllli State , County , hlrcct nni
humbpr.Moro ruplil return mull dellvi > ry will bo an
num ! by your cnclojlaz an onrelupu bcarlnR your
bsncl 1'OM'AI , NOTKS , Kx press .Money Order * , ot
Nuw York Kxelianito In ordinary letter , Currency by
Kacpi ess ( at uur ( expense ) addrussotl
Address Registered Letters to
NEW OKLEANS NATION * ! , BANK ,
New Orleans , La.
That the presence of Oeu
erals lloaur.nl anil liar-
ly.iruo are in iharno- tbo dra.TlniM Is u uuirantee
of absolute falrnr ? : and Intretrity , thut tbeclinnces
fare all equal , anJ that noo.io can possibly UlTlno
, wb t number will .Ira w nprlrn.
"JlKMKMUXU.aUu , that tli payment of Prlifjls
OUAllANTiSKU 11V k > UU NATliJ.SAI. 1IANKU o
Maw Orleans , and th Tickets aru slunttit by tti I'rcsl
dent of an Institution , nho.'o ctinrtorel rlHim are
rocc nlsed In the hlgbe't Courts : thrrefurv , benare
altar Imitations or nnonv iiuius soheain j. "
IT. J. OALnitAirn.
Surgeon and Physician ,
W Coruer ilth ncJ bouslas St. Ofllc *
ulephone , titj ; Uesldunce telepaona , Mi.
FENNYUOVAIj IVAFEIsH are
puccessfully u l monthly by over 1Q.UUO
Ljuitea. Aro&i/f , Effectual ( uid Pltasant
II per box by raalLor at dniKRtsts. Bealetl
Tus Bcniui CHiuuaufco. , Deaan , .
100r a0a > Mtbv mall by Goodt * x
Drug Cfe , , Omaha , JVefr ,
READ THIS ! PONDER !
THEN GIVE US A CALL.
You hnve visited Omaha for the express purpose ofnttcndlng the fair , nnd you will probably take in
the city and view the wonderful sights. The next most important thing for you to do is to visit that
great institution called the
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS.
whore you can purchase a merchant tailor made suit of clothes for half Its original price. Wo have ten
agents throughout the country , Who buy for us all the misfits and uncalled for garments loft on the
tailors' hands , fora very nominal figure ; thereby enabling us to sell thorn at half their ordered prices.
Whether you are in nee'd of any clothing or not it will interest you to pay a visit nnd Investigate thl3
Our Motto : First Claf = > g Workmanship , Good Quality and Extraordinary Value. The appended prlco
list will give you nn idea ofthe principle upon which we do business ,
Spring Suits , Correct Styles , Elegantly Made and Trimmed
$ tt.no &M//.S / a jSVj/mnur Stick Suit , whic.lt IW.M inailo lo order for $ VO.
ll.r O Innixa O ic Itiillon Nftclt' Suit which mint made to order for $22.
l'l.7i ) Inii/s n Strait/lit rut S < tclSnlt , which wuv made to order for $28.
Id.OO luti/n n Itnllrnad Suck Snit , tulilflt wit * innde to order for $ itO ,
HV.OO IHIIIR a l < 'our llttttnn Cntitwriy Suit , which wna autdc to order for $40.
ii-t.OO liitis u Oiif Jin ton CtitaiuH/ ] Suit , which wai innda loordcr for $ ftO.
HN.fiObiillHa IStiinioc.ltbiirn Cheviot , Suck or Frock , which wutt inndcto order for ffiO.
UO.OO buys n Ci't'i > c Worsted , ( hni > . ) -i-Hntton Ctttaitxti/ , which was made to order for $6K.
Designs and Beautiful Finish ,
$ Id.dO btij/sa Canlmcrc Prince Aih'-rl Suit which tt > 7 < made to order for $37.
JS.OO bit/n } a Clici'iot ' J'i'Incc Albert Suit which wait inndeto order for $ tG.
22.OO imia Cor..acrnv I'rince Albert Snit which wns mttdc. to order for $50.
2X.OO f ///s a Sir.bby Pin Check , liylil color , which wan made t > > onierfor $60.
VO.OO buy * an Imjiorfed n'ornte / . * < ttiti linsd , which tun * made to order for $7O.
Xfi.OO buna a Clay Worsted , Hllkllne I , which was made to order for $80.
ufies , from
A Xoliby and Complete line of Pantaloons $2.75tolO. All alteration * to Improve a fit done free of charge
1119 FARNAM STREET. 1119
Three Doors East of I2th Street.
Omaha , Neb. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
THIS IT IT IS.
Jk.l'1'ojuietary florllrir.o that ncciU but u UUU
to prove IU worth.
Tlie only Distill. * ! Hitters In tha United
States , a lie only Hltterd iccopnlzed by tlio
United States Interim ! lovontio lawa ns n Pro
prietary M dti Ino. Lawfully Patented. No. of
Patent M 9,673. Contains no fuiil ol ! . no
essentliil oils , no foreign sulntanco ord-imag-
Ins dtuirs. A pet hotly puio medlclno , coin-
pounded from I'uro Itoot Herbs und OKI 1'raclt :
pleainntto tli taste , quiet and decisive in Its
sllffct. Cure * Dyspepiln or Yitllovv.laxmdlcB In
five-days , lleculatf * the Ilnnfli. Invlironitei
Inactive Liver. 0ireHlsonse 1 Liver , Hmirei
tn Kidnevs , Improve * the Appetite Quickly ,
RpRitlatei the vrnolo Kystom. NBW Lifo to tut
l.Ml Liver Hitter * me oM In Oninlri , Nob. , by Iho
fo'lovrintlrniMlsl. . ltuiinr.l nn l ru < 'o. -pejliil
XMinlrxnlc , l r thoiliiu Intcroil ot NKbra Ka III.1-
t illufiis fullDivt
( iiMiilniun DriU'Co . W. J Whltehou'o , T. W ' pni-
furil , sum II. K.irnaiTiirth , t > cliidt"rs I'lnirinuvy.
Kiibn A C' < > . Inhu ( ilndi-.li. M I'.irr , .1. A. Fulloi X
Co. . W..I. limiting , Jolin II ( ontH , 0 .1 , ITh'j , Jl..I.
Touull , 1 II t.cntMb , .Ionn f. IinllsUy , .Murr.'H'i
riririuneyJiinic Kortjtli. II. I' llcll.Di .1 .1. SaTlllii ,
C Jl. I il * i'y , I' Clinndliir. llalin'H I'luum.ioy , tiiir.
nny , V liy' ! . . ) . ( ' . MIIR I W 1'i.irkp , .1 U tfclnnldt ,
Mav lleclit.J S nifl len un. W. K. Lumber-ton , U . - > .
CdV.Mnx ( Vmrid. 1 nnkV lujir , U. lla iuin iiii ,
< iooriro ItotMlor. lloyd I'liunlnu y. < \ V. Mclobor ,
lliiwoul Jlt-jurs > rnnk ndlono A Co. , wbolosulo
II Clkurn-uul 1.13(1 l.lvoi ItlllUM
S , W , Cor , Farnam and 15th Sts.
Paid In Ciip-ltul./ / , . ' $000,000
OKO. K.'llAHKIIII. I'M > itd.-nt ,
E. L. lUIIKIton'iHt. Vlrn Picsldent.
! ' . ' 11. JOHNSON , Cashier.
* \j tj :
L. It. WlM.IAMS. , s. L.vir.Kv. .
S. It , JOIINKOX. . . MCUOKXELL.
\\'M. SlKVKHS. UlIAH. Ml'.T/ .
Al.IjK.NT. HVOTOII. . .U , CUNNINGHAM.
K. A. 1IEN60M. iusTAV/
J. L. Jin.E > < .
Accounts of Hankeri , MPiclmnts nnd Individ
uals lecelved on the ny > favorable ternta.
ToOlasgow , Itelfust , Dublin and Lhcrpool
From New York Every Tuosdav ,
Cabin passage S.15 and UO , according to location
oi.state room. Lxcmslon $ ( Vi to tw.
Steerage to and from Kurope at Lowest Hates.
AUSTIN I1ALUWIN tt CO. , ( len'l Agents ,
JOHN IILKOKN , I
HAUUV K. > 1 _
Reduced Cabin Rates to Glasgow Ex-
sal satisfaction la tug
cure of Gonorrhoea nnd
( Meet. I prescribe Hand
feel i ( In recommend
ing It to all sufferer * .
a.J.STOHEB , M.D. ,
Docrtar , IU.
k iv rarer - - - -
Tim nnly roa 1 to tiikn for Dos Molnei , Jlnrslmltown
( ' uliir lliplcU. Cllnlon , lilxon , Clilcaio , Milwaukee ,
unit nil points Ki : t. 'IV tlio ) > uoplo of Nobruiku.Uolo-
rndo , \ \ yonilnir , Ulnli. liUlin. Ncvniln , Oreuon , Wnsti-
Ineton nttfl Ca'lfurnla. It otlora ttupcrlor adTnutaffes
not poiMblo by tiny othpr line.
Anioiv n few of the nunicroui polnHof superiority
onjoycil liy the imtron nf thu roaii between Uiuali i
nnd Clilc\iin. Hro Its Ihri'O trnlnft u tiny of DAY
COAClIKs. whlcli nra Ilia llnnat Hint Iniinun art unil
Innsniiltyrniicrcntt ) . IHI'AI.AOUrtl.lini'lNO OAKS
tlini'iiunl of nlilch cannot liti foiiml t'l'onlipro. At
( J.iiintil llluir. < , llio Irnini oi Ihn Union I'acillo llnll-
way connect in union ilopot nlth tlioso of the Chi-
uico.V Norlhwi' tern lly. In Clilcmo the trnlni of
HUH line uinku ( line lonnuitlon nlth those of alt
otlirr llT torn llni" < .
Tor lictrolt , ( iilumbiK , ImllnimpolK Clnolnnntl ,
Nlaxnr i n1s ! ilntTnlo. riltubnr , 'lorunUt , Montrcnl
llo > ton , Viworli , I'lillmlllplilii , lliltlinoroVuxli -
Inirlon , uiul nil points In tlio i : tt. AsH for tickets via
" ' "
U you nNh tbo ln-st ncconiiuocntlon. All ticket
BWlltl M > ll lit kCH \ 1.1 till * llllU.
11 in iiiurr. i : . i' . WHAON ,
( ica 1 Mnna cr. Ueii'l 1'asi'r AKcut.
dliovnn , HI.S.
\V. N UAIirOCK. dPH'l Uu-iurn Aitcnt ,
I ) i : . KIMilAI.I , . 'lltLut AKOiit ,
( I. K Wh r , City raH unuar Agent.
. _ _ 1J Jjiujunistiuet , Uiiinliu. Xub.
Ghioago , Milwaukee& St , Paul R'y ' ,
The liest Itoitto from Oinaliii nnd Council
= = THE
TWO TtlAlNS DAU.y ItKTWKKN OMAHA AND
Chicago , -A.X1)- Jlihvaultcc ,
St. I'nul , Mlniif.Hili \ , ( 'od ur
Hock Island , Frceuort , Kodiforil ,
Clinton , Dnbnqtio ,
Elgin , Madison , Jnnesiille ,
Hclolt , M'lnoim , . LaCrosse ,
And nil other Important points East , Northeast and
For through tickets rail on the ticket ajtenlatlSOl
Farnam street , In Marker lilock , or at Union I'aciao
I'ullruan Sleepers and the finest Dlnlnv Cars In th
world are run on Iho main Hue of thu Oulcato , Mil
waukce A-St. I'aul Hallnay. and every attention If
paid to passenger * by courteous employes ot u *
R.MILI.EH , General Mansger.
J. K. TUCKKIl , Atislijant ( lencral Manager.
A. V. It. OAlti'KNTltlt , General fasstoger and
( ITO. if UBAFronu , Assistant
and Ticket A nt. . ,
J. T. OIJLIiK. General SuoerlnUnCnt.
"Ilr a thoroueh knowlcdno of tbo natural laws
which KOTern tbo operations of digestion and nu
trition , anil by a ciuelul application of tliu nno | ) ru | > -
vrtles pt neil ne.ocleil Cocun. .Mr. Kpps bus pruvlded
our break ! a > t talilo nltu n dellcntfely Uavored buyer-
go winch may save us many beary uoctora' hills , u
Is by Hie Judicious use of such articles of diet that a
constitution may bo gradually built up until strong
enouirli to resist ercry tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtle malndles are floating around us
ready to attack nbcrerer there Isaircak pnlnt. We
may oscane manr u fatal shaft by kecplnKoursetres
well fortlneit wltn pure blood und a properly nour-
Istiixt tramn. " Clrll Hcrrke ( laiette.
Made rlmply wltb bolllne water or milk. Sold only
In half pound ( Ins by ( Irocers , labeloa thus :
JAMES EPPS & CO , ,
Electro-Magnetic Belts !
The GrandMl Triumph ol Eleclrlc Sclence-
' 'ciantifically Made and Practically Applied
Best ( WUI J
DISEASES CURED WITHOUT MEDICfflES ,
WILL CURE YOU RAT * r Palm In tfco Tlaek * IIli
IT _ WerTo Bebllltri Lamboao , 4 * n r I r , Uh
tatUsn , Pamlysla , Mriralrfa. BtlaUta , l > l raaw of Kldnrye , Oploul1 WU as * > , Torpid Ure ,
fiait , kihau.Uoii7 KMlsslM * . AjU a , Henri Vlacaae , ItnpepsU , Ooutlpatlosw Kryslprlai ,
itlon. Weaknew. Jmpot ey , Oatarrk , Pllrs , JCBlIepsy. Dumb Acuc , InalicUa , Urdro eU ,
Ulirat nrop.y , et , tk tkla bcU U Jiut what yen need.
ALL ELSE FAILS.
dT , nerree ftndeomfoi-ttl le p atiiljht. , " Butt , llau , aJderman , 16O Zast Wth Btrest. , Mew fork
and thousands of others.
itn UflDUCIC Cl CTBn UIICIICTIP DEI T Uinperlnrtoallothen enmnUoteloctrlcl-
Uls nUHnC 9 CLCuInU RHlinCllw DELI ty ere strong or mild as the woarsr may do-
slrsi prodaces a continuous current ; conveys elsctrloltthrouffh tbo body on the nerves , it cures diseases
by ireneratlns ; a continuous current ot electricity (1O ( or 1 hours out of M ) throughout the human systoin ,
allaylneajlnerronsness Immediately , and producing n new circulation of the Ur forces the mood , Im
parting Tlfror , strength , enorsy and health , when allother treatm nt has failed , Xhe merit * ot this sewn-
lido Ilett are belnitrvcoznlsed and Indorsed by thousands whom It hai cured. . . .
ItEFEHENCES. Any bank.oommeralalavener or whole < ale house InChlcaffO ) wholesale druggist ;
Ban Franclson and Chicago , ttr Send .tunp for 119 page Illustrated pamphlet.
* T. UOXUrJD , Inventor andllanuractunrl l Wabnab Avenue Ohleaco.
RUPTURE ° . rb r ° DR , HORNE'S ELECTROMAGNETIC BELT-TRUSS.
Pure , " Silver Gloss * a Corn Starch ,
FORTES LAUNDRY. FOR THE TABLE.
THE VERY PERFECTION OF QUALITY.
Diamond Dyes excel all others in Strength , Purity , and Fastness. None other ars
just as good. Jieware of imitations , localise they arc made of cheap and inferior materials
nnd give poor , weak , crocky colors. To be sure of success use only the DIAMOND DYES
for coloring Dresses , Stockings , Yarns , Carpets , Feathers , Riblwns , &c. , &c. We warrant
them to color more goods , package for package , than any other dyes ever made , aud to give
more brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the DIAMOND , and take no other.
Sen J postal for D > c Book , Simple Car J , direction ! lor coloring Photos. , making the finest Ink or Bluing
(10 ( cents a cniirt ) , etc. Sold by DruggUts. Address
WELLS , RICHARDSON & CO. , Burlington. Vt.
For Olldlne or Uronilng GoIJi Silver , Drome ,
Fancy Articlca , USB Copper. OnlylOCenu !
BtaU SMonroe fits. CHICAGO ,
vutrct it/nt ji
C l > loia fB > ndloitlim < nl > ,
llDlformi n < l Kqnlpmtoti.lUO
riot lllmirillMin deicrlMoe
ttr ; tllcl rMDlr 4 ti Biait ,
1 H Uruia Corpi. lucloitu U
cutlof UHcrlili. TilKnlni' .
tit. Cinlslu loilrtnllon for
m Unr Dsuli. Eltrclui "I Sialt
lrimlllj9t > TMIIetBT l. l.
aB l t 4 U sm i Musis.
Our now 1ATA r.OOUE OF CAM
PAIGN OUTFIT * ) , with constitution ,
drill tactic * and full Information about
organising and drilling Marching Clubs.
ILLUSniATED CATALOGUE I'TllJE.
A , Q , SPALDING ft BROS. ,
Labi , trim * 3 Copyritbt prou tl o-M. '
30 DAYS' TRIAL.
'liis ' a fad ullfrrent train all
others. Iseup thsi > , with Ktlt-
adjuttlnv Hall In renter , adapts
o all posllloasof tis body.whm
halllnlhoeup praasos bacKer
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