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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JMCA.Y 22,1 1889.
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TIIK anmmlstutomont just timdo pub
lic of tlio condition of Oimihii's seven
national banks is n fliiUoritifr exhibit.
TUB south suio is still straininglia
oycs for n sight of tlio promised street
car extensions. From present indica
tions the rival companies are spending
their energies truck-laying in the direc
tion of Fort Omaha.
THE people of Ynnkton nro malting
every ofTort to secure ruilrond connec
tion with this city. Omaha cannot do
loss than meet them half way and
thereby secure access to the most fer
tile portion of South Dakota.
TIIK contract which was made last
fall for the laying of the permanent
' walk about Jefferson square should bo
immediately enforced by the proper
authorities. Too much latitude was
given the contractors in this instance.
THE record of exports from thi& coun
try for the current year shows that
largo shipments of raw products and
manufactured articles are being con
signed to Canada , Mexico , South and
Central America. This is an oncour-
" "MM * * * " " " * * * * *
Tim residents along the Belt line
want bettor suburban accommodations ,
especially in the evening. This re
quest is respectfully referred to the at
tention of the Missouri Pacific author
ities as an indication of the necessity of
adequate local train service.
No sooner was the first criminal in
Now York who is to Buffer death by
electricity condemned , that his at
torney at once toolc exception on the
ground that the sentence was "cruel
and unusual. " It is evidently not alone
drowning mon who catch at straws.
TIIK people have almost forgotten the
Douglas county election cases. The
democratic legislative delegates , how
ever , just hauled into court for refusing
to pay for stenographic reports of the
contest have every reason in the world
to keep it green in memory. Tlio time
lias como for them to pay the fiddler- .
Tim absence of General Hugh J.
Campbell will bo felt in the constitu
tional con volition , that is to bo hold at
Sioux Falls on the fourth of July.
"While General Campbell is doubtlessly
I eccentric , ho is , nevertheless , the
brainiest man that has been idontitlcd
with the statehood movement in Da
kota. It is to bo regretted that , through
political conniving , ho 1ms been rele
gated to the roar at a time when ho
could bo of the greatest service. Gen
eral Campbell has boon a most earnest
advocate of statehood. His loyal devo
tion to the cause deserved recognition.
THE Ikmhl quotes an old law to sustain -
, tain its claim that a two-thirds vote id
necessary to carry school bonds in
Omaha. The act ' -relative to schools
in metropolitan cities , " approved
March 81 , 1887 , section 128 , provides that
"if a majority ot the ballots polled at
Bueh an election shall bo for issuing
bonds , the said board of education may
issue bonds In such an amount as shall
bo named in the election notice. " This
provision does not require to bo rubbed
in to convince an ordinary mind.
ROCK ISLAND oillcials repudiate the
report that the company intends leas
ing the Union Puolfio ox-bow from
Omaha to Beatrice , The absurdity of
the story refuted itself. It in merely a
question of time before the company
builds an independent line from Omaha
to u junction with the Colorado line at
or near Ftiirbury. It must nccoxsarily
be as short as practicable to successful I ]
compete with the Burlington. The
Rook Island company "is not a rainbow
chaser" nor an asylum for white olo-
TIIKIIK is a million seven hundred
thousand dollars more on deposit in the
seven national banks of this city to
date as compared with a year ago. This
IB certainly u gratifying showing
When it is taken Into consideration
that this amount does not represent the
savings of the community In the lianas
of savings nnd private banks , trus
companies and the Hko in Omaha , but
the greater part of the cash and eoour
itleausoil in dully business transactiona
the statement well rolloota the healthy
growth of Omaha and ( bo wealth of ou
The second rccurronco in Boston ot
'Merchants' week , " an institution for
irotnotlng the commercial interests ot
Imt city which had its origin there ,
closed last Saturday. As it has boon
> reposed to adopt this plan In Omaha
, ho results of Boston's experience will
> o intorostine. Wo infer from what is
aid by Iho Advertiser ot that city that
vhilo these have not been altogether
liscournglng they wore not tronornlly
vhat was hoped for. Ono of the features
of the plan is to call in traveling sales
men to entertain visiting customers ,
nnd the Advertiser remarks that doubt-
ess in many instances the expense
hus incurred , and the consequent fall-
ng off of the regular trade , Is not coun-
orbiilancod by the returns from orders
akcn direct during the week. But this
feature is not absolutely essential , for ,
although visiting merchants would find
.t . pleasant to moot familiar faces , It Is
really desirable that they shall bo
, hrown more closely into contact with
the heads of firms nnd cordial relations
established between principals. There
s no reason why the visiting merchants
could not bo quilo an well taken care of
u the absence of the traveling sales
men , these being left free to can
vass among the merchants who should
not accept the privileges of "mer
chants' week. " It is quite probable ,
.horoforo , that if it is decided to con
tinue the plan in Boston the feature of
calling in salesman will bo largely done
iway with as involving an unnecessary
But even the somewhat disappointing
results do not , In the opinion ot the
Advertiser , go to prove that merchants'
wcolc , as an institution , is a failure. It
remarks In its wider conception it is
not primarily to bo considered as a
season for booming trade. Its chief
purpose is rather to create among out-
jf-town rotall merchants a stronger
interest in the market from which
they buy , "by personally mootIng -
Ing the heads of the wholesale houses
and by seeing for themselves that which
they cannot appreciate by inspecting a
drummer's samples. " To the average
retailer , says the Advertiser , a piece of
cloth , or a bag of coffee , is a commodity
merely , and quality and price being
equal , ho buys of the drummer who has
won his confidence without much re
gard to what city ho represents. The
influence of "Merchants' week" tends
largely to dispel this indifference , ana
It has been demonstrated in the experi
ence of many Boston houses that it has
The conclusion of the Advertiser is
that the results thus fur experienced by
the several trades are such as to war
rant the belief that increasing benefits
will accrue from its continuance , with
such modifications in the detail of its
management as are shown by experi
ence to bo desirable. Having the ex
perience of Boston to guide them , the
merchants of Oainha can have little
difficulty in determining whether or
not it is desirable to try hero this novel
expedient for promoting trade.
Not very long ago there was a gen
eral complaint of the impending deca
dence of banking. It was repre
sented that the national banking sys
tem especially was in a rapid decline ,
and that unless congress promptly did
something to enable the system to exist ,
particularly in the matter of providing
a now basis for circulation , it must soon
succumb. Senator Sherman and other
cool and clear-headed financiers pointed
out that there was no such danger im
minent , and statistics show the accu
racy of their judgment.
The tinier/can / Jiankcr presents some
interesting statistics regarding the
growth of banking , from which it ap
pears that while the banks have been
losing on ono side ono hundred and
eighty-five millions of their circulation ,
they have boon gaining on the other
side three hundred and twenty millions
of deposits. "In other words , " says
that publication , "tho beneficent com
pensative law of deposit banking has
boon at work. For every ono hundred
dollars lobt in circulation tlio banks
have augmented their volume of
banking power by ono hundred
and seventy-three dollars of now
deposits. The creative natural laws of
deposit-banking have increased the
loaning power and elHciont force of our
banks In the productive work of the
country by sovonty-throo per cent in
this movement alone. " It is , there
fore , not u matter of wonder that the
national banking system has continued
The extent of this growth is shown in
the fact that there are now thrco thou
sand two hundred and eight banks ,
loaning more than seventeen hundred
million dollars , against two thou
sand ono hundred nnd thirty-two
banks in 1831 , loaning loss
than tvrolvo hundred million del
lars. Witft the growth of national
banks there has also boon an increase
of all the other banks of every sort
throughout the country. During last
year nine hundred nnd ninety-four
now banks wore created , while for the
present year to April 30 the total num
ber of banks organized , national , state
and private , was four hundred and
six , against throe hundred and forty-
seven for the corresponding period of
lust your. It will thus bo sooji that the
predictions of the prophets of evil have
not boon vorlflod but on the contrary
are shown to hare bean baseless ,
unless it bo assumed that the
capital which hus entered so largely
into banking enterprises is going
blindly to destruction. In tlmo congress
will bo culled upon , if the national sys
tem is to bo maintained , to make pro
vision for continuing it by providing anew
now basis of circulation , and when that
time Is reached , the question will bo ono
of commanding importance. Just at
present it is not generally so regarded.
The statistics of the growth of national
ban lew would seem to indicate that there
is no lack of confidence that congress
will find a practicable way'of continu
ing the system with a just regard for
all the interests involved.
WK are in rooolpt of the Los Angoloa
Tribune containing comparative figures
of the cost of projected improvement
in Omaha and Los Angeles for the
prea ut year , from which this city in
nado topponr at somewhnt ot a dis
advantage. The Tribune quotes the
conservative figures given some time
slnco In TltK Bl'.u , which place the
) rejected Improvements for the cur-
ont year nt n little loss than ulno
nllllon dollars , and follows with a sbato-
nontof what Los Angeles Is promised
at a cost of over thirteen million
lollars. Omaha is not the least
) lt onvlous ot the enterprising
California city. There Is no rivalry of
ntorcsts between them , and each can
ogurd the progress and prosperity of
the other with the heartiest satlstnc-
ilon. But there can bo no impropriety
n suggesting to the Tribune that had it
> con as conservative as Tin : Bui : in
> rosontlng the llguroa ot projected tm-
> rovomonts It would have boon com
piled to reduce the total by several
nllllons. Wo stated the amount rea
sonably certain to bo expanded for im
provements this year , while it is obvl-
ous that our contemporary has , in at
least several cases , given the full
estimated cost of improvements which
will bo distributed over two or three
voars. For example , the Los Angeles
; able company pontomplatos laying
forty-rsovon miles of track , which with
equipment and engine houses it is esti
mated will cost four million dollars ,
mil this amount heads the Tribune'1 s
showing of the aggregate sum to bo ox-
> ondcd for improvements this year.
Los Angeles can bo congratulated if it
ias forty-seven miles of cable road
within the next three years , and the ox-
laiulUuro for this improvement
in the present year will very
.ikoly not exceed one-third of the esti
mated total cost. So as to some of the
other projected improvements , while n ,
number of thorn are already possessed
jy Omaha and have boon paid for. Wo
right cordially congratulate Lo3 Ango-
, cs upon its enterprise , prosperity and
progress , but it must not boast indis
creetly. It Is yet a long way behind
Dmaha , nnd will have to do sotna very
jrisk marching to catch up , if that bo
possible under any circumstances.
Tim statements of representatives of
the Iowa roads show pretty clearly that
these roads are not solely to blame for
the lack of stock shipments to South
Omaha from the east. The trouble Is
nearer homo. First and foremost is the
exorbitant bridge toll of the Union
Pacific. One dollar a mile for six miles
of switching is virtually prohibitory.
Iowa stock shippers are not in the busi
ness for thi'ir health. If they cannot
reach Omaha on terms equal with other
markets , the city cannot hope to secure
their trade , With young and energetic
markets springing up at various points
in that state , without bridge tolls to re
tard their growth , Omaha will find it
impossible to establish n permanent
stock trade with Iowa unless substantial
Inducements in rates nnd prices are as
sured. The first essential is u reduc
tion of bridge tolls. Having scoured
that , the managers of the Stockyards
should send agents into Iowa and de
monstrate to shippers that the Omaha
market is the most profitable place tp
deal. This is ono way to pecuro the
coveted business. Prompt action and
loss complaining H necessary.
IT WILL cause not a llttlo surprise to
learn ftom the statistician of the agri
cultural department that outside of
cotton , tobacco , meats , Hour , butter and
choose , all other commodities together
arc about three per cent of the exports
from this country. With respect to
corn , Europe docs not take one-half of
the yield of any one of our corn produc
ing1 states. This would indicate that
after all the United States depends on
a homo market for the consumption of
Missouiti passed a bill recently mak
ing option trading in grain a mis
demeanor. In other words , futures in
corn , wheat or oats can not bo bought
or sold unless the parties own the grain
nnd can make a bona fide transfer. Last
year the actual transactions in grain
aggregated something like forty million
bushels , while options for the same
grain wore traded to the amount of ono
hundred and fifty million bushels. It
is safe to predict that the law will re
main a dead latter in St. Louis.
IN comparison with the mineral pro
duction of the United States , Canada
makes an insignificant exhibit. The
government has just issued an ostimute
of the mineral wealth of the Domin
ion for 1888 and places its vuluo at six
teen and one-half millions. This is
equal to about one-thirtieth of the value
of the production from the American
mines for the corresponding period.
TIIK right of suffrage extended to
women in Omaha to vote for members
of the school board , does not include
the right to vote for the issue of bonds
or the expenditure of money for educa
tional purposes. That is a distinction
evidently which the lady who offered
hsrhnllot'iit the school bond election
hud not clearly defined in her mind.
JT is said that the Union Pacific rail
road paid tuxes In 188S on its main line
to un amount thirty per cent in excess
of that of 1887. On the Kansas division
in 1888 over ono hundred thousand dollars
lars was paid In excess of the am ouut of
taxes met the year previous. There is
just a whit ot encouragement in this
statement. The question is , how much
of its property remained untaxodV
state board of equalization pro
poses to inspect the lines and improve
ments of tbo Union Pacific railroad in
Nebraska during tlio remaining days
of this week. , If they accomplish the
feat in BO short a time , they possess i\
capacity for work which would inako
Matthew Arnpld turn In hid gravo.
LOCAL politicians hankering for
ofllciul position in Washington should
keep their eye on the fuel that a civil
soryico examination for clerkships in
the government offices tukoa place in
Omahu next week , But on Second
thought , politicians are not In the , habit
of taking ofllciul uap in that way.
TUB farmer * of Brown county , Kansas ,
propose to erect a largo manufactory
of binding twine , at Hiawatha. There
is evidently a double purpiwo ( u
project , wlncl | , U successful , will not
alone stlmulutp jlig | culture of flax , but
will relieve thojfnpinors from depend
ence on the blm ng twine trusts.
HlT4nAM > MtSSKS. ,
It Is possible tlfattho Iowa railroads "doth
protest too mucn" In'rcgard to Omaha stock
shipments. "M '
A Inrpo nnd voracious surplus of beggars
nnd fakirs patrol , 'tho ' suburbs. Pohco calls
nro few nnd fur between.
"What lias bJcoulo of these extensions
promised when the chblo and horse car lines
consolidated 1" ori'julrcs ' a contemporary. Go
north , young mtuiBo , north I
A few dozen cots' would ndd Immensely to
the natural beauties ot .TcfTorson sipiaro. If
it Is to bu continued as the bedroom of loafer-
dom , the city should provide proper Ucconi-
The postoffleo civil service board will hold
n convention next Thursday. Applicants for
federal odlco must submit their photogrnphu
and brief biographies for examination and
The cry ot boodle again nils tlio Lincoln
air. It Is not surprising. It a few brief
months passed away without n stir ot that
kind , it would be proof positive of municipal
decay. Uoodto Is the 070110 of capital Hfo.
Tlio town wai not created for 1U health-
giving qualities , but for the money tlior o is
Ilnrrnh Tor the Northwest.
The northwest Is n grand region. It has
the fastest horses , the handsomest women
and the homeliest men of nuy section of the
Clvlltzntioii In Oklahoma.
General Greenback Weaver of Iowa , and
the potato bug hiive nlruudy nppcnrcd In Olc-
Inhoma. The vicissitudes of civilization uro
Keeping right up with the procession in the
Only as a ijnat Kcsorr.
CMeaao Ttmr * .
The fate of Mliid-Hcndcr Bishop should
teach you that you should not resort to hav
ing an autopsy performed upon yourself un
less everything else has failed.
His 1'oynl Prerogative.
The liolr apparent to the throne of Russia
lias arrived at his majority amid gcnaral re
joicing ou the part of his father's faithful
subjects. He is now entitled to a seat in tlio
council of the empire and to occupy a royal
chill-stool bomb-proof hold by him in Ceo
An Honorary Member.
A'oiiin.s ClJuunial. ( | .
Aldermun Sim Coy , n democrnt , prominent
lu Indlaiuipolls ward politics , hutf been re
siding in the penitentiary for the past year
bceausi ) ho perpetrated election frauds. Jiut
lie has drawn his s.xlary regularly from the
city , nnd is still a member of the city coun
cil , though ucrforco an inactive one.
. I . + -
Mny boThco. Isn't Ut .
St. Lnutnl'OliiIic-Democrat. '
The Hon. Theodora Hoosevclt , the new
civil service conmiibsloncr , very frnnulv ob
serves : "I don'tj believe I could pass ttio
civil service uxumijiatiqn myself if compelled
to in order to hold tbOpOfllco to which I have
been appointed. " j Coijld there bo u more
significant commoptarj' upon the absurdity
of the rules and . methods of thut distin
guished body from which xvo are asked to
expect un improvement in the Illness and
worthiness of femoral appointees.
The King of Light is what the French
have christened Edison.
Secretary 131aino will spend a part of the
summer at Bar Harbor.
John Greeuleaf Whittier will visit friends
at Portland , Me. , next mouth.
Murat Halstcad will sail for Germany next
Thursday , but not a& envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary.
W. F. Ulaclctnar , who will toke his Ph. * D
degree at Johns Hopkins university in Juno ,
has just been appointed to the chair of his
tory and sociology at the Kansas State uni
versity , Uawrenee , Kan.
Congressman Archie Bliss , of Brooklyn ,
recently remarked : "Jt costs money to boa
member of the house. I have been a congress
man for fifteen years and have spent $10,000 a
year outside of my salary. It has cost mo
§ 150,000 thereloro to represent my constitu
M. Uoustau , the French minister to the
United Status , is a man of medium height ,
with dark hair and eyes and closely trimmed
mustache. Ho Is ono of the most popular
members of the diplomatic corps nt Wash
ington. Ho Is a bachelor , fond of society ,
and a great diner-out.
Gladstone nt dinner with the members , of
the start of London Punch the other night
will bo a memorable occasion to everybody
present. Ho told Burnand , the editor , and
Du Mourior , the artist , any number of anec
dotes about tlio first days of the English
comic paper und also told Du Miuirier that
his pictures wore a fashion plate to the
young men of the day.
Frame Dempster Shcrmuti , the dreamy
poet , or rather "writer of society verse , "
used to bo a retail stationer at Pcoltskill , It
is said that owing to a splendid opinion of
himself he has not met with the fame thut
might couio to him wore ho 'more agreeable
to these who could give him the proper
boost. Ho has a morbid dislike for reporters
and does not deign an introduction to ono.
Dhuicep Singh Is to bo married. The fol-
"lowing bans ot matrimony have been ob
served upon the bulletin ooard of tlio Pans
Mairio : "Dhulccp Singh , profession , maharajah -
harajah ; son of Hnntect Singh , deceased ,
nnd widower of Bambii Mullcr , living at 21
rue Marbouf , Paris , and Ada Douglas Woth-
crill , living ut 21 rue Murucul.no profession ,
daughter of Charles Douglas Wothenll , de
ceased , and Sarah Charlotte , his wife , of
Grccmmorn ( sic ) England. "
bTATK AM ) , TlSitUlTOllY.
Tlio Uirco loading churches of York are
without pastors , ' *
The Custur county Sunday schools hold a
convention at Uroltca' JQW Juno 4 , 5 und 0.
The members of i he 'Hastlnga Christian
church uio raising fuiidsito build an cdillco
to cost $2.COO. , , ) i , , ,
A mad dog at JuuUto. bit a little son of
John Knupp und u dog bud a cow before the
sheriff arrived withti gun and dispatched tlio
rabid animal. Jil 1
Forest Whcdon , ( > 'f Ytfrk , has commenced
suit in the district court ugulust the 1) . & M.
road for 915,000 daqmceB1 for being ejected
from n train four ycurs'ilgo.
young Thurman , w"no killed Thomas Parker -
kor lost winter near TccumscU by shooting
him In the head while ho wua blooplng , haa
bcou found guilty of manslaughter.
The contract for boring the Huttlngagng
well has bcou lot to Pngo Guthrie , un ox.
porloncod contractor of Pittsburg , Pa. , and
calls for u hole 3,000 feet deep , or less , nt the
option of the stockholders.
Dwlght King , n nlnutcon-year-olil Lincoln
young man , attempted to board u train ut
Hanson and fell under the wheels , his right
leg being no badly crushed that amputation
was necessary. Ho was trying to beat his
way.N. Janls , of Cbadron , who wont to Washi
ingUm to act as Interpreter for Ued Cloud ,
1ms returned home , uud reports that the
chief U satlslled with the . "tallts" ho had
with Secretary Koblo and othqr high olll-
The commissioners of Jouusou county have
appointed John Johnson , of Sterling , Miorlft
to succeed Wllllant Qrimos , who recently ro-
filgnod the oulco. The appointment has
caused a protest from the temperance people
because Johnson kept A saloon at Sterling
for several years.
Sownril had n wedding the .other day
which was a little out of the ordinary. Mrs.
Amanda Klnnoy , n blushing widow ot forty-
four years , arrived there nil the wuy from
New ifarnoy and was immediately married to
Harry Uowors , of the mature ago of twenty-
one , Uowors is a farm hand , nnd his bride
Is said to bo worth several thousand dollars.
They had bcou acquainted nt their old homo
in Now Jor/Rcy , and a correspondence had
been kept up during the ' ' two years ot Ins ab
Tlio dentists ot Coutorvlllo have formed a
There nro six candidates for sheriff of
The Mnrshalliowu glucose works consume
7,000 bushels of corn per day.
Nine youths from the Grlnnoll college will
net 113 waiters at n Spirit Lake hotel this sea
Uoono'wns too tough for the Salvation
nrmy , and It bus abandoned the town for
more Inviting Holds.
Michael Hayes , nil old settler who ro-
ccntly died nt Washington , had $5,000 in
gold stored away in his house when death
overtook him , $100 of It in ( I pieces.
The youtnr ludy students of the Iowa Wos-
Icyan university nt Mt. Pleasant constitute a
military company. They uro Imndsomelv
uniformed , and handle their light rltlcs with
the grace und precision of veterans.
For nearly six years , past , Mrs. John Vot-
tcr , living near Munson suffered from violent
lent p.Uns In tlio stomach , being so violent nt
times that her Hfo was dlspalrod of , Satur
day morning she was taken witli n violent
flt of coughing , which lasted nearly twenty
minutes , during which shu turned black In
the face und finally vomited up n reptile re
sembling a lizard , fully nix Inches in length
and of a light green color. The lizard lived
about ton minutes after being brought into
Tlieoooro English , of ICeokuk , bus hi his
possession n valuable curiosity. It is an
Indian arrow-hu.ul inserted In a vortoura
from the spinal column of u United States
soldier , who was killed by the Indians near
Fort Kearney , W. T. , in 18 ( > S. The bones of
n party of men who perished In n conflict
with the savages wore recovered , last year ,
and wore interred by the government.
Among them was the vertebra which had
been cleft by tbo arrow-head , and its posi
tion indicates thut the arrow was shot In an
upward direction , und passed through the
heavy muscles of the neck und buried its
tip in the spinal column.
Ex-Collector Hrooks , of Port Townsend ,
has been arrested , charged with oinbozlo-
The republicans have n majority of thir
teen in the Washington tonitory constitu
Ono of the fruit crowers In San Dlogo
county has , on less than seven acres , realized
$3,000 during the lust six months.
The Spokane Fulls city council has passed
n resolution congratulating the owners of
the horse , Spokane , for the victory in the
A woll-knowu dairyman asserts that 7fiOO
out ot the 1U.OOO cows which supply San
Francisco with milk , are swill-fed , which is
one of the great reasons for the increase in
the city's death rate.
The report of the secretary of the Califor
nia board ot health shows that the mortality
of the state for April was ut the rate of 1.18
deaths per 1,000 inhabitants , the lowest yet
recorded in the history of the state.
Hichard Luc , wanted in Los Angeles for
killing William Dunn , a neighboring farmer ,
eighteen years ago , has been caught in Wash
ington Territory. Leo has u wire und six
children , the oldest seventeen years of age ,
who are living nt Winnemucca , Nov.
Giucoma Armauino , who is evidently an
insuno Italian , has been amusing himself for
about tdn days past by putting gold coins in
various letter boxes of San Jose , accompan
ied by a scrap of paper , acting under the do-
luslon that both money nnd paper would bo
forwarded to the kiuc of Italy.
There is now on exhibition at Portland ,
Ore. , a horse weighing nearly ! 1,000 pounds.
Ho is live years old , stands 201 hands high ,
measured ; U inches around his arm , 45 inches
around stille , 7 feet 11 inches girth , 34 }
round Ins hip , and 11 feet four inches in
length. His head is 'M inches loag , 11 inches
longer than u flour barrel. Ho is a Clvdes-
dnlc , nnd is absolutely perfect In proportion.
Omnlia Division Ilaxnnr.
A grand bazaar , under the auspices of
Omaha division , K. of P. No. 12 , will be
opened in Goodrich hull on Nortn Twenty-
fourth street , this evening. A corps
of ladies 1ms succeeded in making elaborate
preparations for the event which , it is said ,
will bo liberally patronised by members of
the uniform rank in both the city and the
The opening evening has boon sot apart for
the attendance of Douglas , Myrtle and Lily
divisions. W. H. Goodall will give illus
trated recitations on Friday nnd Saturday
A number of voting contests will take
place , the contestants being leading mem
bers of the order in tins city. The bazaar
wil. close Saturday night.
Members of the order in uniform will be
admitted free of charge.
Hun Over und Injured.
Miss Lillie Dort , while crossing Douglas
street yesterday , was run over by somo.rcek-
less driver and severely injured. She was
piukcd up Insensibly and carried into a drug
store , where u physician attended hor. Sev
eral ribs and an arm were broken. She was
then carried to her homo on Twenty-sixth
street , where she now lies in n critical con
No Day Nnnind.
The Commercial club of Kansas City was
expected to visit Omaha to-day , but Mr.
Nason received a letter from the secretary
to-day saying that tliov hud nut fixed a date
as yet for their excursion.
SKIN , SCALP AND BLOOD ,
Cured by Cutlciirn Reino-
dlrs When Hot Springs , Doctors
and all Other Medicines Fall.
Having been a sufferer for tw o years and a half
from n ulotuabu caused by u brulso on the let-
and havliiK been cured by the Cimcmu
DIK.S uhi-n all other methods and rcmeillcj
lalleil , I doom It my duty to recommend tlirm.
I visited Hot Spring to no uvull , und tried tuv-
oral doctors without Miecrttx , and at lust our
principal driiBKlst. Mi. John I' , 1'inlny ( to liom
1 shall over fuul grateful ) , spoke to mo about
CUTICUIM , anil I con.sentoil to glvti them u trial ,
with the result that I a.n pertm tly cured. Then. '
U now no Horn about mo. I tliliiK 1 can tshou
tfiulavKe'iCburfiico wla-ru my miirurlng begun
from of any onu In the Htnto. Tlio Curicunx
HUMKDIKS are the bust bload and Kklu rm-ra
manufactures. I refer to Drnpgiat John P.
I'lulay and Dr. 1) . 0. Mont omurv , butli of thH
place , nnd to Dr. Smith , of laK > j le , MlHs.
AIiKXANIlKIt IIHAOII. Oreenvllle. Miss.
Mr. Jleadi used tbo CUTICUIIA jiimniM at
our remtcst , with results as above Hinted.
A. 1' . FJN1.AV & CO. , Urufglats.
Korol'nln 7 YOUTH C'urnd.
I have been troubled with scrofula fevcii
yours , which tlr.tt started nu the top of my
head , giving me Inllnlte trouh'e , with constant
Itcblni ; , coHtjimoirof dry bcalfg. and a watery
liquid exuded from under ttipnulo . 1 tn-utul
It foraevenyuars iinsuOCfHsfully. ixnd was niiu-
blo to check It until J found your CUTICUIIA
ItKUKPirs. Ono box CIJTICIIIU , ono take CUT
IMIIIA Bo.u1 , itid onu bottle CimrtniA ItK
HOI.YUNT cntnplotolycuri'd IIIH , my tk'n becom
ing perfectly clear anil Hinooth.
S. J , DA VIB , Artcslu , Los Angeles Co. , Cat.
Skill OlRonHCH f > Xcnrs Cured ,
Your CUTICUIU llKXKUita did wouderlnl
things for me. 'Jliey cured my skin disente ,
which him been of live yea btundlng , ufler
hundreds of ilollar.s had be n snout In try.ng
to cure It. Nothing did mo uny com ] until 1
pnc.'il the UHB nt the CtmruiiA IlKHt. .
Our hou e will never bo Ithcmt them ,
MIIB. JtOSA Klil.l.V.
llockwell city , Calhouu Co. , la.
Are bold everywhere. 1'rlco , CUTICUIIA , We.
Biii' , < : IttriOi.VKNT , II , rroparwl by Hit
POTIKll DUUO AM ) UllKUICAI , COIirOIIATIO.N ,
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j , Vi Illustrations and 1K ( > tvntlmonUlti.
MI'M' . biack-himdii , rocl.rouish. chupped and
oily skin pivveiited by CUTICUIIA so vr ,
NO RHEUMAflZ ABOUT ME ,
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vt IMi.s I'l.ihTBJt retle\u lll.i-un u
't , < : rt'l.xtlr. ) ilp , kidney , uwmutrr
und i h t ii.ilnn , Tho. Unit und uuly
thuuJii l'U ttT ,
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The World's Eighth Wondor.
In ancient time * , ns off , no doubt , you've roiul ,
This world had seven wonders so nt least
But Blnco great ' GOLD DUST" has been famed ,
The world's eighth wonder It Is named ,
Tbo base bnll club which can tbo pennant claim ,
The statesman who lias climbed tlio bill of fnino ,
The General who lins proved victorious In the war.
And the actor whoso bright genius shines a stnr ,
Are happy people , proud and olevalcdf
But not so much na GOLD DUST culo *
Tor on competition It can safely frown.
And nil Its puny rivals trnmplo down.
: UMATISWI AND NEURALGIA
These twin diseases cauao untold Buttering. Falno's Oolcry compound has bcennGodV
tliat dimcult to send to me. JFm the past two years I liayo sur
Doctors admit they are euro
fored with neuralgia ot the bcart , doctor artcT
BO do their patients. Falno's doctor tailing to euro me I iiavo now taken
Celery Compound Una per nearly four bottles ot .tho Compound , and am
manently cured the worst tree trom the complaint I reel very grateful
to you. " cius. i LEWIS , central Vllingo , CO *
cases ot rheumatism and
neuralgia BO say tlioso who Paine's *
nnvo used 1U Celery Compound
" Having been troubled
with rheumatism at the laico "I have Ueen greatly nflUcfed with acuta
ana toot for flvo years , I was rheumatism , and could find no relict until I
almost unablotoget around , used Pnlno's Celery Compound. Alter using
and was very often confined six bottles of this medicine I am now cured ot
to my bed tor weeks at a rheumatic troubles. " _
time. I used only ono bottle SAuozt , UnroimraoH , Bo. Cornish. N. H ,
tle of Pome's Celery Com
pound , and was perfectly Effects Lasting Cures.
cured , I can now jump
Falno's Celery Compound has performed many
around , and feel as lively as
a boy. " FRANK Ciuou , other cares aa marvelous- these , copies ot
Eureka , Nevada. letters sent to any address. Pleasant to toke ,
docs not disturb , but olds digestion , and entire *
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SLOO. Sir for ts.oo. Druggists.
ly vegetable ; a child can tate It. What's ths
Mammoth testimonial paper tree. ueo ot suffering longer with rheumatism o
WELLS. litciiAiinsoN & Co.Props..BurllngtonVt , neuralgia ? * * (
nifMnHn nvro Olre fitter nnd Brighter I njiaieoVvtngtiponLactatedfbodaTeneaUhyt
UlRMUaU UrcS cbtort than any other Vytt. \ aAUIcS nappy , Hearty. U it Vneyualtd.
R. R. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF v i
THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE
In the world that Instantly stops the most excruciating pains , It never falls to glvo ease to tus
sullerer ot 1'alu arising from whatever cause ; It Is truly the groatIt
CONQUEROR OF FAIN.
It has done more good tlmn'any known romocly. For Sl'HAINS. 1IUUI9KH , I1ACKACHK , PAIN
. HK\IAC1IHTOC ' other external 1'AIN fo\v
INTIIKCIIKSTOKSIDBS. \ , , or any a \ appll-
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INFLAMMATIONS'IUIKUM ATIdM. BUitALUIA. IiUHIIAQO. SOIATIOA , PAINS IN THU
8MALMI < "riIK 11AC1C. more extended , lomror contlnuod and repeated applications aru nocoa-
sarv. AllINTRKNAlj PAINS. 1)1 AUIIIICKA , COUO , SPASMS. NAUSEA , KAINTINO SPHLL8 ,
NrilVOUSNKSS. HMlBl'IjKSSNKSS are rolluvaa Instantly and quickly cured by taking Inwardly
20 to ta drops In half u tun < blcr of water. 60 cents n bottle ; sold by nil nruKRlsti.
WITH KAUWAY'8 PILLS there Is NO IJETT15H CUHK OUPUBVKNT1ON ot KBVBRor AQtlB
For Sale bji BT. JL BLISS , Omaha , Ncbraslia. .
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FURNISHING LAMPS ,
GOODS , BLASSWARB
18 , 20 , 22 , 24 , 26 , 20 , 30 AND 32 LAKE STREET , CHICAGO , ILL.
STRANG & CLARK STEAM HEATING GQ ,
Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating
Apparatus and Supplies.
Engines , Boilers , Steam Pumps , Etc.
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Hucceuhord to J. J. Hurduu ,
1O1 S. 18th St. , Corner Dodge Street , Omaha.
Guns , Ammunition , Fishing Tackle , Lawn Tennis , Base Ball ,
General Athletic and Sporting goods. All kinds of repairs.
Send for Catalogue.
ETCHINGS , EMERSON ,
ENGRAVINGS , HALLHT & DAVIS ,
ARTIST SUPPLIES , KIMBALL ,
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