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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : . THURSDAY , JULY 4 , 1889.
Jnilar .Too Miller tool : Georgia Doc
to the insiuio asylum nt Lincoln yostor-
Until October 1 the Oinnhn public
library nnd reading room will ho open
from I ) n. m. to 9 p. m.
C. A. Noblo. of Superior , has been ,
reinstated In the railway mall service
nnd nluccd on. the run between Kansas
City and Oxford.
The body of little Johnny Baxterwho
was drowned in the Missouri river , hay
not boon found yet , and hones that it
will bo have boon abandoned.
Thomas McCagno , Ralph Gaylordand
Assignee Coburn nro at work
making an nppraismont of the
property of the Bank of Omaha.
Honr.v Emplor , the newsboy of the
Missouri Pacific accused of robbing An
ton Soiincschln , of Falls City , of $20 , has
boon sent to Cas county for trial.
Mr. William Tracy , of the Union
Pacific shops , wishes the public to know
that ho was not the man rcportocMo
have been arrested for wifo-boating. *
Among the contributions acknowl
edged by the Johnstown sulTorcrs is
$25.15 from the employes of the branch
oillco of R. O. Dunn & Co.'s commercial
agency in this city.
The postofflce will ho closed to-day.
The general delivery window will bo
open from 12 to 1 as on Sundays. The
regular morning delivery by carrier
will bo in ado as usual.
About ono hundred and fifty members
of the Knights ot Pythias loft Omaha
for Columbus yesterday on the
Union Pacific to attend the Pythian en
campment at that place ,
John D. Boggs , a member of the com
pany which operates the Morgan sys
tem of street railways , was in Omaha
Tucsdav looking the field over. Ho
t concluded that the city has all the
street railways needed at present.
Thomas Wyrick was arrested yester
day f or1 embezzlement and placed behind
the bars of the police station. Ho 1ms
boon traveling' 'or Allen & Wolf , and is
charged with appropriating $100 which
ho collected for his employers. Wyrick
claims that the money was duo him for
Borvicos , and that ho kept the money
for payment of his salary.
Colonel Black , the genial manager of
the wholesale firm of Dean , Armstrong
& Co.rcortior of Sixteenth and Chicago ,
treated the employes of THIS BEK to
Eomo most excellent cigars , which wore
duly appreciated. The colonel has the
hearty thanks of the boys. Mr. Black
was very enthusiastic in praise of the
now Bins building , which ho visited
last evening. Said lie : That building
is the grandest of its kind in America. "
The Omaha Motor company paid
82,85-1.40 into the city treasurer ycstor-
daj1 for destroying pavement in laying
a double track from thu intersection of
Twelfth and Howard streets east to
Eleventh street , and permission was
given the company to lay double track
on those streets. The Omaha Street
railway paid $2,877.97 for displacement
( of pavement on Vinton street from
4 Eighteenth to Twentieth , and permis
sion was granted the company to lay
double track on that street.
A. M. Kouuins. of Ord , is at the Millara.
J. R. Powers , of St. Paul , is at Uio Paxton.
George \V. Jcrncr , of Sidney , is at the Alil-
H. P. Hcmtngor and wife are at the Ar
AV. H Marshall , or RooU Island , ts at the
D. C. Jackson , pf Kearney , Is stopping at
L. M. Marshall , of Lincoln , is registered
nt the Paxton.
Dr. E. A. Hall and Bon , of Red Cloud , are
at the Paxton.
Jack Francis and wife , of Lincoln , nro
nt the Arcii'lo.
W. T. S. Nellgh , of West Point , is a guest
at the Arciulo.
M. S. Stevens anil wife , of St. Paul , nro
' guests ut the Paxton.
Hon. George W. E. Dorsoy , of Fremont ,
Is a pucst nt tlio Millard.
Chnrles S. Lord and H. H. Judd , ot Sur
prise , nro nt the Arcade.
Tliorrms C. liraluurd and wife , of Kearney ,
arc guests at the Paxton.
C. A. Wilson , wife nnd son , of Fremont ,
Bro jjuests at the Arcade.
O.V. . Stevenson and Bessie Stevenson , of
Fremont , are registered at the Millard.
J. S. Baldwin , of Mason City , and L. Re-
Bcnthal , of "West Point , nro at the Millnrd.
K. Blumonthal and R. B. Aclmoidcr , of
Fremont , nro stopping nt the Murray.
S. E. Taylor , John T. McDonald and E. E.
Abdlll , of Lincoln , are stopping at the Ar
Ted T. Scudder , of Lincoln , nnd W. R.
Alexander , of Wahoo. are guests at the Mil
F. R. Kline , of West Point , and Andrew
Peterson , of Stanton , are stopping at the
V. C. Strlckloy , of Geneva , and T. M.
Fran so , of West Point , are stopping at the
Edwnrd M. Prass , reporter for R. G. Dun
& Co. , has returned from a two months' wcst-
trn trip. .
A. A. Abbott and R. R. Horltz , of Grand
Island , nnd N. S. Harwood , of Lincoln , are
, t the Paxton ,
Clint T. Brninard , of Koitrnoy , formerly
* clerk ot the Grand Union hotel at Saratoga ,
Is at the Paxton.
C. W. White nnd W. B. Hamblln , of St.
Paul , and A. VV. At wood , of Fremont , ate
stopping at the Paxton.
Mrs. Dr. Souiers and son and JossIoTowno
are spending the summer In Sioux Fulls ,
Minneapolis nnd Oshkosh.
Miss Outcnlt , Miss Lntta , Miss Olive
Latta , Miss Oakley , Miss Burr und MISB
Hammond , of Lincoln , are guests at the Pax-
Mrs. Thomas Swolio and her two sons loft
yesterday for Horkhner , N. Y. , where
they will spend the summer. Mr. Swobo ac-
computiicd them to Chtungo.
Mr. George W. Browstcr , editor of the
Browbtcr News , was In the city yesterday ,
nnd Inspected Tun BKI : building. Ho was
ono of the Hist typos on this paner.
General Hawkins , of the army , formerly
of the DoDurtmcut of the Platte , was in tha
city yestoi day. Ho left last evening for the Pa
clllo coast , whcro ho has bcon > stutidncd. The
penorul has largo property interests iu
Out aim. '
Scn&tor Dawcs nnd wife , Senator Jones
nnd wife , Senator Stockhrldgo. W. P. Can-
ady. Anlzo Smith und J. H. Marshall , com
posing the Alaska senatorial commission , de
parted on thu Unlou Pacific last evening for
AU traveling man nro urgently loquostcd
to attend a meeting nt the Millard hotel on
the evening of July 13. The prograavmo fern
n "drummer's day'1 during the merchants'
week will bo artnugod.
John A. Lawrence and Olaf J , Hollander ,
owners of the Brlgcs Place Woodworking
stablUhmont , mndo an assignment yoster-
any to Blieritf Coburn. They do not state
the amount of their liabilities , but * y that
It Is Impossible for them to continue bust *
ness and p.iy their creditors. As n ( Inn ,
tliey asic tlio sherllt to appropriate all their
personal property. Aside from that owned
by the firm Jointly , Mr , Johnson puts iu a
quaitcr section of land , located In Holt
Advioo to Mother * .
Mrs. Wlnhlow's Soothing Syrup
should always bo used for children tooth-
Ing. It soothes the child , battens the
irums , allays till pains , euros wind colio ,
md is the best remedy lor diurrhnua ,
A BHUTAN AS9AUUT.
How a Youni : 1'iulr Kscnpotl From n
Ihrco handsotno young ladles were nt the
police court for the purpose of laying a
charge of assault with attempt to commit
rnpo against Henry Llngonnor , a dairyman
living near the vinegar works. The young
Indies were sisters named Jorgon , nnd ono of
them , Miss Annlo , was the victim of the al
leged assa.'lt. They live ou Lcavcnworth
street near Thirty-seventh.
Their story is that on the evening of Juno
11 they were going homo about half-past S
o'clock when they saw Llngonnor standing
up in hU wagon on Lcavcnworth street
iirar Thirty-fifth , yelling and acting as if In
toxicated , After tlioy hud passed htm ho loft
his wagon nnd , following thorn , seized Miss
Antilo Jorgeu and attempted to outrage her.
Maddened by the resistance of the girl , Lln
gonnor knocked her down and choked her
nnd heat her about the face or breast. The
two nlstcrs of the assaulted girl cnmo to her
assistance and engaged in the struggle with.
the ns.snllatit. A young hero , named Harry
Martin , a twelve-year-old boy , who wit
nessed the assault , cama to the rescue ot the
girls and used a club with such effect that
Llngonnor loft the girl's and turned his at
tention to the young lad nnd chased him to
his houio near by. The milkman then re
turned to his wagon and drove away.
vTho girls set to work at once to ascoitaln
the identity of their assailant but did not
succeed until yesterday afternoon when Miss
Annie Jorgon , who was in a grocery store
on Lcavenworth streets , saw Llngonnor's '
aalry wagon on the opposite sldo of the road.
Sno followed the outfit nt a distance and
found out whore her assailant lived and
then reported the matter to the police.
Oftlccr Graves was sent to investigate the
alleged assault. Ho found Llngonner nt his
homo and told him the nature of the charges
made against hltn by the young ladies. Liu-
gonnor denied the charges but objected to
being taken into the presence of his ac
The oniccrs then took Ltngonnor and ono
of his employes , n former driver of tlic
wagon , nnd placing them in tbo wngou ,
drove them to the residence of tno Jorgens.
Bacn of the young ladles , separately , identi
fied Llngonnor us the man who had commit
ted the assault nnd alao stated that the wngon
was the same as the ono ho drove at the
time the assault was committed. Moshcr
Martin also identified Llngonnor ns the as
sailant , but was not certain that the team
waa the same as ho said his attention , ut the
time , was directed entirely to Lingonnor.
Upon this showing , Llngonnor was arrest
ed on the chnrgo of attempted rape nnd gave
bonds for his appearance for trial this after
noon. Ho will try to prove an alabi.
Cushnmu's Menthol Inhaler , cures catarrh ,
headache , uour.ilpia , asthma , hav Fever.
Trial free nt your druggist. Price 50 cents.
Walter Brothers , of Wnltorsburg ,
Pope couuty , 111. , sold 380 bottles of
Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy during the epidemic of
bloody flux in that county last summer ,
and state that they never heard of its
failing in a single instance whore the
directions wore followed. There were
as many as five deaths in ono day of
persons who used other medicines or
were treated by physicians.
HS AND JOUUNEXMEN.
The National Clumbers , Convention
and the Home Strikers.
N. B. Hussoy and John Rowe , who repre
sented the Omaha Master Plumbers' associa
tion nt the national convention , just closed nt
Pittsburg , hnvo returned home.
The convention , they say , was an eminent
success. More than two hundred delegates
were present. The stnko among the jour
neymen in this city was reported and the
action of the bosses in refusing to abide by
the rules of the journeymen's ' union was com
mended. The convention could take no fur
ther action in the premises.
The delegates , Mr. Hussey says , were
royally entertained by the peo-
nlo of Pittsburg. An elegant ban
quet was tetulcicd them and
they wore given a steamboat excursion upon
tlio Allegheny nnd Monongaheln rivers and
were taken to Johnstown. At the latter
point , Mr , Hussoy said , the men were still nt
work clc'aning the debris. The spectacle
wns : i most tuelnncholly ono. All the citi
zens loft seeming stunned by the terrible
The striking journeymen plumbers Tues
day called fix men , employed by the bosses ,
oft of work. Three of these were working
lor John Rowe , ono for White , one for Fitz-
p.itrick , ono for Free and one for another
firm in this city.
Outside of this the status of the strife is
the same us it has bcrm for weeks and there
is no evidence of an adjustment.
The journeymen claim that the removal of
these plumbers leaves the inns tor plumbers
Durno's Catarrh Snuff * .
When suffering with catnrrh , cold In the
head , nervous headache , etc. , use Durno's
Snuff , it will relieve yon at once. Price 25o
at druggists. _
CAPTAIN WOOD'S CASE.
A New P.ollco Courc Clerk and the
Old Ono's Accounts.
Captain John S. Wooa was missing from
the police court yastordny , nnd in his
stead , was Captain James S. Bennett , the
now clerk of the police court , who was > con
firmed by the council at its mooting Tcsdny
Captain Woods had promised to bo on
hand to instruct his successor in the duties
of the position , but failed to put in an up-
The now official performed the duty re
quired of him , however , with perfect satis
The question as to who will make good the
nhortngo m Wood's accounts , amounting to
5339. has not yet boon answered authorita
tively. The eapmin has refused to make nnv
statement of his intentions other than tlmt ho
will demand a thorough investigation of the
charges against him.
Judge Berlca does not feel llko making
good the sliortaga in the accounts of n clerk
for whoso appointment ha was in no manner
responsible ) and thocaptain was not sccuicd
by bondsmen. It has not yet been dcciJod
whether the council will tuko any steps to
recover the amount misappropriated ,
Dr , Benjamin Dillaid , druggist , at Aurora ,
Mo. , says : I sell a great quantity of S. S. S.
for sciofuln , eczema , rheumatism nnd other
blood tioubles , and have never heard o ! n
case of failure to cure.
Arrest nil for Contempt ,
In the gninisheo case of Lynn nguliut
Stlcklioff Justice O'Connoll's court
, , Judg
ment for f 14 wns awarded the plaintiff. i\Irs.
Lynn conducts n boarding house on South
Twentieth street , nun Stlcklioff , who was
one of her table pations , neglected to settle
in the above amount. In the trial yesterdiiv
the defendant endeavored to run things his
own way , and was taken to task by the court.
Thou ho launched out in oratorical strains ,
it which ho redacted upon the inhumanity of
man to man , hurling vllo epithets at the
court and the ulnintlff. Justlco O'Conuoll
ordered the defendant under arrest for con
tempt , but after subjecting him to a sevcro"
lecturing ho withdrew the entry.
Try the Imperial Champagne. Its
boquot is delicious ; it is perfectly pure.
A bottle with your dinner will invigor
ate you for a day.
Joy In the I'ollco Court.
Judge Berka's court will hereafter bo hold
In the upper hall In the pollcorourt building- ,
tn which the council meetings have hereto
fore boon hold. His honor was so happy
over the prospects of getting out ot the old
barn whcro ho has boon holding court , that
ho jumped upon the platform in tbo now
quarters and danced with glee , whllo the
city attorney smiled ana applauded , and
then joined a corps ) of reporters , clerks and
others in a singing bee. It was n general
jollification meeting that was held in the now
police court room about 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon , and the prisoners that cvuld have
been broucht before his honor then would
have fared well , for Judjjo Berka was la tea
peed a humor than to Impose a flno. Tlio
pollco court will bo hold this morning In the
now qunrtors for tha first timo.
ItfCE nUHjDINQ TO-D/VX. /
All Onr It Wilt Do Open to the
THE Bnn building will bo open to the public
generally to-day , July 4. Everybody ts
requested to conio ns early ns possible for the
reason that visitors will bo excluded from
the roof nftor T p m. This rula hns been
inndo to prevent accidents , which nro liable
to happen to children or vontursomo persons
who could not bo restrained nftor nightfall.
All day lon& n blrd's-ovo view of the elty
can bo Imd from the roof of Ian BBC build
ing. All nro wolcoino. Children under
twelve , If nlono , will not bo admitted. They
must bo nccompamod by their parents or put
In chnrgo of ndults.
Thoio will bo no afternoon Issue of TUB
Bun to-day nncl consequently the presses
will not run. The ulovntors will nlso tnko n
rest throughout the day.
Pimples , blotches nnd eruptions on the
skin evidence the fact Unit , the blood is in -
bud Bhnpo , nnd those symptoms show that ,
nature ts trying to throw oft the Impurities ,
In which effort Miu should bo assisted by n
reliable vegetable blood roinody , as Is Swift's
CONDITION Oi ; TllK COUHT.
United StntcB District Attorney
Prltuhr.tt Makes a Report.
The assistant Unltoil SUtos district nttor-
noy hns prepared nnd forwnrdcd to various
department olUolals In Washington the
annual reports of nil business transacted in
the office of the United States district attor
ney during the flsc.il year Just ended.
The first report Is to the attorney general
mid is general In its character , covering all
business done la the district and clrcuft
courts nt tuts place , showing the number of
cases terminated during same period and
number of cases now ponding. Also the
number of judgments for plaintiffs , number
of judgments for defendants and number
dismissed. It shows there were ZTA cascn
commenced In the circuit court ana So5 cases
terminated. The judgments for plaintiffs In
the circuit court aggregated $400,000 , ; for de
fendants , over 10,000.
In the district court 133 cases were ter
minated , of which fortv-tlvo were convic
tions and in forty-Hvo cases a verdict of not
guilty was returned.
The second report Is also to the attorney-
general and shows the number of cases now
pending. It shows thirty-ilvo cases pond-
c.Iteport Nov 3 Is to the commis
sioner of internal revenue , showing
twelve cases dismissed , six convictions ,
flvo verdicts of not guilty and four cases
Tuo fourth report Is to the solicitor of the
treasury covering the business done iu tlio
district court. It shows U17 cases pending
and commenced during the fiscal year , of
which twenty seven were Internal revenue
cases , fifteen under the election laws , forty-
three under postofllec laws , three under pen
sion laws , eight civil suits , nnd eighty-one
miscellaneous cases , of which 13 have been
terminated nnd thirty-four are still pending.
Rcuort number five is to the commissioner
of the general land olllao showing Uio action
taken in the timber suits pending
iu the district court. It shows
fourteen eases two of which are
still pending , tlio rest being disposed of.
The sixth report Is tor the solicitor of the
treasury , covering cases in the circuit couit ,
showing that six civUi--fluits of the govern
ment have been dlsposedaf. There arc now no
cases pending in that ifiturt. The most im-
poi taut of tlicso cases > vaa that of the United
States vs. the American Water Works com-
T > any. involving the water supply at Fort
OmaUa. This was settled by a compromise
\\hictilargolyrcduced the amount paid by
the government for the water supplied to
Announcement * .
The Bostoninns , the favorite English
opera company of America , will open an en
gagement at the Now Grand opra house on
Friday evening next , in "Pygmalian and
Galatea , " witn Tom Karl as Pyb'inalian ,
Marie Stone as Galatea , and Jessie Bartlett
Davis as Cynlsca , This really delicious
opera comiquo. with its humorous dlalocuo
by Oscar \Voil. nnd itsusparkliui ; music by
Ambroiso'Thomas , as' ' presented liy this
superb company , will befat least the equal , if
not by all moans superior , to any musical en
tertainment ever offered to the lovers of
opera in this city. . The Giand will nlso bo
found to bo the coolest place in the city for a
summer evening entertainment. The re
serve seat sale will co'mmenco nt the Grand
box ofilco on Monday morning next.
A Problem In Taxation.
Joseph Kavnn , a citizen of the Second
ward , was before the board of equalization
yesterday , to show wherein the assessor had
done him great injustice. Mr. Kuvan owns
a lot 25x110 feet in size near the corner of
Thirteenth nnd Center streets , on which
there Is n three-story brick store assessed at
$3,800. Adjoining on ono side Joseph Kent
owns a corner lot 50x110 , on which ho has a
store building and two S-esidcnces , all good
structures , and his T alualion is only fJOO.
On the other side is a double lot 100x1-10 ,
owned by I. S. Huscnll , with two brick
stores , which Is put In at only $1,450. It is
verv much of n mystery to Mr. ICavnii whv
ho should be assessed three times higher
than Kent , nnd double the amount of Has-
call. when his property Is not woith ns much
In piopoitlon as either of them.
For a diso dcrcd liver try Beechnm's Pills.
Oponliit ; of the Llfo Building.
The Now York Llfo Insurance building
will bo thrown open to-day for the In
spection of the public. Its interior finish is
wotth seclng.and the electric light plant will
show what can be done ia illuminating a
The Elkhorn Pntar One on Between
The Fremont , Elktiorn & Missouri Vnlloy
will add to Its ntroitly extensive train sor-
vlco n dally suburban local train between
Omaha and Fremont This train together
With other additional scrvlco will bo put on
Sunilny ncxt. It will arrlvo hero at 9:60 : n.
m. , and will return at 12:10 : p.m. , nnd will
bo confined to local traflla botwcon the two
cities mentioned , stopping at all Intervening
On Sunday next sliclit changes will bo
mailo In the running of trains on this end * .
The Hastings nnd Black Hills express will
lonvo hero nt 8:40 : n. in. , Instead of ntt ) a. m.
Slight changes will bo mada In the time of
nrrivnl and departure of evening trains , the
ex'ict tlmo of which will bo announced prior
to taking effect. An official of the Elkhorn
Btntcd that the company would do all In Its
power to oncourngo commercial relations bo
twcon the merchants of Omaha and those of
cotiguous territory , and that wherever
local sorvlco could bo maintained without
loss It would bo dono.
WllburThorp , station ngontof the Chicago ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha nt Florence ,
hns resigned. It Is reported Unit so mo time
ago ho assumed the position , informing sup
erintendent Jaynos that ho was n telegraph
operator , nnd wns paid a salary of $45 per
month. Being unable to manipulate the
electric key ho secured the services of n prac
tical operator at f 10 per month , This loft
him n salary of $ , " > for himself provided ho
paid his assistant , but the latter is reported
as not having boon remunerated. lie ro-
nialned at his post , so says the report , until
realizing that no innuoyVAS forthcoming ,
then ho retired nnd demanded pay for three
months' work from Superintendent Jnynos.
The latter bus the mutter under consider
Elkhnru Appointment * * .
General Superintendent Hughes , of the
Fremont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valley , has
issued a circular appointing S. O. Guodmnn
trainmaster of the Sioux City & Pacific with
headquarters nt MIssouilYnlley , tlio appoint
ment taking effect to-dav. Also appointing
H. C. Mahannu , superintendent of the Black
Hills division , the appointment taking effect
The depots were Bwnrmcd yestocdny
With people that have decided to spend Inde
pendence day with friends nt various points.
About three hundred loft over the Burling
ton and au equal number over the Union Pa
A CM' loaded with flour , donated by the
citizens of Baker City , Ore. , was brought m
by the Union Pacific enrouto to the Johns
The Burlington will coinmonco the laying
of track on the Alliance branch Saturday
next. Another consignment of labor re
cruits was dispatched to the sccno to-day.
The Union Pacific will soon commence the
construction of an inbound freight yard at
Hlekstoln's Resolve * .
Meat Inspector HIckstein says the board
of health wants hint to make a weekly re
port of the meat ho condemns , and return
weekly a sample of milk sold by every milk
man in town. To comply with this order ,
he says , would require a wagon ns Inrgo ns
ono of Pomy & Sogolko's.
Ho further states If the council desires to
have reported the ntuuo of the people whoso
meat is condemned , it will have to get n suc-
cssser to him , because ro will refuse to do
the work. It would result injuriously nt
times to innocent people.
Ho furtnor states that the council nllows
him no money for his horse nod buggy.
Hcieafter , he will dispense with both nnd
do as well ns ho can iu his business on his
feet. _ .
That WMimt Hill Graiie.
"It's the OinnhaStreet Railway company
and not the motor people , as you had
it , who influenced citv olllcials to
locate the grade ns they did nt Thirty-sixth
nnd Burt , " said a resident of VVnlnut Hill
yesterday.The motor people want the grade
"Wo are going to press this matter nnd
Will mnku it hot for some ono before wo get
through. Wo leel that wo have been out-
Mr. Tlllson ns Referee.
George W. Tillson , the city engineer , hns
been nppomted by judges Donne nnd Wnkeloy
referee for the motor and street railway
companies in the building of their Joint lines
on South Sixteenth and Vinton streets.
In all cases where either road desires to
connect its tracks with these of the other
and both cannot agree upon the manner in
which it ahull bo done , the method to bo
adopted is to bo determined by Mr. Tillson.
Dr. G. W. Johnston , ana Hon. John' Bar-
sley , of Fnirmount , returned yesterday from
a two months' visit in Europe. Dr. Johnston
said that the trip had been a very enjoyable
one. They took in the sights of London ,
Paris , Berlin and many other noted places.
"The Paris exposition is an immense affair , "
said the doctor , "and wo saw the city from ,
the top of the Eiffel tower. "
Our Improvements Abroad.
Both the members of the firm of Gushing
& Mallory , railroad contractors , are in New
Orleans submitting to the interviewer.
From the line showing they mnko of the
pnving in this city , their frionrts incline to
the belief that they nio working for fat con
Struck Four Cows.
A E'remont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valley
freight train , loaded , from the stock yards
to South Omaha , ran into a herd of cows belonging -
longing to Comoy & Paulson , four miles
from tlio city , killing ono cow ana breaking
the logs of three others.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER.
HIE GOVERNMENT TESTS ESTABLISH ITS ABSCK
Prof. H. A. Mott was employed by tlie-TJ. S. Govern
ment to analyze ilie various baking powders ol the market ,
to determine which was the best and most economical for
government'use. After a careful and thorough examin
ation , ho affirms it as his judgment that the Royal is
undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder
made. Prof. Mott , in his report , says :
"Tho Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure , for I
have so found it in many tests made both for that com
pany and the U. S. Government.
"I will go still further and state that , because of the
facilities that company have Jor obtaining perfectly pure
cream of tartar , and for other reasons dependent upon the
proper proportions of the same , and the method of its
preparation , the Hoyal Baking Powder is undoubtedly
the purest and most reliable baking powder offerd to the
public , DK. HENRY A. MOTT , 3n. D. "
late U , 8 , Qwxrnmtnt CTicmitt ,
THEY MUST GO ,
In a week or so light weight Suits will be almost unseason
able stock. We liaye always managed every season to close out
our goods and we are determined to do it tnis time also. We
know we haye a job on hand. Our stock is considerably larger
than it ought to be. We have done a much larger business and
the accumulation o ± odd Suits and broken lots is naturally
greater , but our exertions to dispose of them will be greater.
This week we shall have a special clearing sale of Men's
and Boy's Suits. We will slaughter values and
THE SUITS MUST GO.
First of nil wn nfTnr lit nboiit
sli tides ,
Inter ? besides we wifl then need room for fall goods , and iu order to sell those suits N6 W wo hnvo reduce ! ! '
them to $5.flO.
Next wo will call attention to several large piles of light colored Cheviot Suits , broken lots , and leavings of
some of our best sellers , hnndsomo patterns , good goods , well made and well fitting. We have reduced them
to $7.50 and ST.flO.
A third lot of suits which must go this week is a fine clnrlc silk mixed Cassimerp. This is anothcrsuit which
lira foi som3 reason or other did neb take , and wo have a big lotoE tliem left , all styes. The material is a first
class quality. The suit is well gotten up and should sell for $13.50 , as well as any \vo have in the store at that
price. To nvilco them go we have reduced them to $8.50.
A k onr palesmen to show yon these Suits.
Our thin Coats and Vo ti do not need any moio advertising. Wo have sold thousands of them already , and
every custon o ; that bought one advertises them.
Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha.
DRS. BETTS & BETTS
1403 FAHNAM STUEKT , OMAHA , Nun.
( Opposite 1'uxtou Hotel. )
omco hours , 0 a. m. to 8 p. tn. Sundaj-s , 10 a.
tn. to I p. in.
Sps'lillsts In Chronic , .Nervous Skin and
txrconsultatlon at office or by mnil frco.
Medicines sent l > y mnll or express , securely
Dacked , free from observation. Guarantees to
cura < tul"lly , safely and permanently.
NERVOUS DEBILITY gSfaTNiSStfSS- ! ,
slons. Physical IJecay. arising from Indlscro
tlon. excess or Indulgence , pi oduclnK Sleepless
ness. Despondency. lUmploj on the face , aver
sion to society , easily discouraged , lacK of cnnfl
dence , dull , uiitlt for Study or business , and Ilnds
life a burden. Safely , permanently find pri
vately cured. Consult Drs. Uetts & Uetts , HUS
Farunm St. , Omaha , Npb.
Bloofl and Skin mm Ss fbiM
results , completolv eradicated without the aid
of Meictiry. Scrofula , Erysipelas. 1'ever Sores ,
IHotches , Ulcers , I'ainsm the Head and Bones ,
Syphilitic Sore 'Ihroat , Mouth and Tonguo. Ca
tarrh , etc. . peiiuanently cured vhore other *
TirliinnTfniunnn - and Bladder Complaints ,
KidiiBy. uriflfiry r intui , DUHCUU. too rre.
quont Burning or Bloody Urine , Urine high col
ored or with milky tediinent on standing , Weak
Back , Oonoirhua. Gleet , Cystitis. etc. ,
Promptly and Safely Cuied , Charges Reasona
STRICTURE ! SM .P
moral complete , without cuUlnir , caustic or
dlllatlon. Cures ollected at homo by patient
wIthout a moments pain or annoyance.
To Yonnflf Men and Miflflle-Aseil Men ,
? OIIDD Tli awlul etlects of eaily
ACIITDl UUUU Vice , which brines organic
weakness , destroying both mind and Doily , with
all Its dreaded ills , permanently cured.
Adross those who hnvo Impaired
MTjnmmci themsehes by Improper nulul-
RCUCOS and BOlltary habits , which ruin both
body and mind , unfitting them tor buslne s ,
study or marriage.
M AiiuiGi ) MEN. or those entering on that hap
pylife , avaro of phybical debility , quickly as
Is based upon facts , First Practical Kxpo
rlence. Second livery CASU Is especially studied-
thus starting aright. Third MoJIclnes are pre.
pared in our Jnbatory exactly to suit each case ,
thus alfcctlng cures without injury
53y Send o cents postage for celebrate 1 \ orks
on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
' .Thousands cured. fST A. friendly letter or cell
may save you fnturo suireilnc nnd shame , and
odd golden years to life. Ca ? No letters an
swered unless accompanied by 4 cents in stamps.
Address or call on
DIE * . BETTS & BUTTS ,
HOS I'arnam Street , Omaha. Nob.
Tlio lamest , factual unit flnvii In tlio world
I'nsscncer nccnmmodatloiia unczc llc > l ,
New Torlc to Liverpool vlu Qiieen loiin.
The Celebrated I The 1 l c t Plcnm.l | | | | 0
UUx-orituiueUhlD In tlioorlii.l JUIjf4
New York to Glasgow via Londonderry
Furnossla , . July n I Clivussia . July 20
D-wonta . . . . .July 19 ] Kthlopia . July 27
Anchorla. . , .August a j I'urnosslft. . . August 10
With icgular weekly sailings thereafter.
SALOON to nia iow. J.trcrpool , Derry , Helfnstor
Queunetown $50 to MJ by ( Jlamow stimiiieri , WJand
upwards by "City ot Homo. " Bocon I ClaistU ) . Mtcr-
HBO M > . Hxcunton ratoa reduced UTullnlilo for clltier
rjute , tlni nlvlnii [ > rlvlleso nf seolnir In one trlpllm
Illur Merger , I'lcturoique Clyde , North and bouth at
jmi.srrri.it > is. ' 1 rm dors' Circulur l.cttorsor Credit
and Draft * toriinyuniounl ut Intrust current lutci.
Apply to uny u ( our local tueuU or to
Jliiiulnraon ilroiliers , Clilun o , 111.
K. 8 HALT , .
II , v. MOOHES.
0. H. MAIIKS.
YOUIC MIUTAKY AOADliMV COHN-
NKW on-HuilHon. Coi * . 0. J. Wiiinur. B , f ) ,
A. M. , Bupt.B ; 1' . HVATT , OomiVt of Cadets. _
CONSERVATORY .VT <
Aftnr Invoicing our clothing stock , wo
flnd cort.iln lines of suits that have not
sold readily : consequently the price ha
been roduc3d. An early call will be to } our
Dr. J. E , McGREW
OVB OP THE HOST , , uw- , . , . , . .
. _ SPECIALISTS
Iii the Treatment of All Chronic , Nervous
I mill Frlrato Diseases.
Bpermntorrhicn , Impotcnor nd rnlllnit Mnnliood
Ladles' nna Bcnt1emon' wnltlns rooms oparato
nnd entirely inlvute.
Consultation treo. Bond for l > ook * . T Rccrctaiu
Prtvitto Di'cnscaof Mnn"l o'\VoiiluilAirur Dl&ooiisoa
lUc each ( stamps ) . Treat mont bjr correspondence ;
tend -11111111 lor rculy.
01 < TJOI5 : 10TH AND DOUOLAS STIIEBTS ,
OMAHA , NE1I.
Shipments from Kiiropocnn bo innuo direct ujr this
Company loallliilxnd Torts of IJntrjr In the United
Mutt's , also to Caimdii and Moilco , wltli or without
payment of duties at Isow Vork.
Kates as low a tlioso of anr responsible company.
NOrilAltOKMAlM'jrOHCUSl'OJI ' 110US15 llllOK-
Mono ? Orders louod parable nt lt > , < X0 places Iu
United Mutes , Canada and Kuropo.
Aponclcsln Ktironotowhom shipment ! for United
glutcs < an bo delivered , or If from Interior iiolnu
KlimiUI bo eoiixUnoil. Hccompanlcil by Illll of hndlnv
and Invoice tertllleJ before American Consul :
THOS. MB A HOWS A , CO , M Milk Street. Olioajul to
tendon , M (3 , : 25 Water Htrcet , MVMii'ooM Cl I'lco a
dllly.MANClil Rim IU Hanover htroet , Oi.AsnoWy J
IliVu ricrlbn , IMIIIH. K. ItlCHAUIl. J Uuu Chll "n
UAItVK. N. I.U1UHTINUACO , lit ljinKoniitru" o ,
1IKKMI.S1 M Dovunlloclli , HAiiuuito , aud IK Am
Remarkable for powerful sympathetic
tone , pliable action fttitl absolute dura
bility ; 30 years' record the best guaran
tee of the oxcolFenco of these Instru
C. E. & C. M. ANTHONY.
312 1st Not'l Bank Bulldlnff ,
Omaha , - Nebraska
Low rates for Cliolco Ix > na. Titles and yaluoi
jiasjoa uponinomplly ami lonus plowed without
delay. Local tombuouuonts vantod Iu He-
N.W.COR. I3TH&DGDOE ST8. OMAHA , NEB.
1011 TJIH TREATMENT 01' AM ,
APPLIANCES FOH DEFORMITIES AND mUSSES
Beit Facilities , Apparatus andnmcdo3forSuMe ! ful
Treatment of every form of D'srruo ' requiring
ZIEDICAl or BUROIOAI , TREATIIENP.
NINETY ROOMS FOJl PATIEHT8.1
Board & Attendance , Beet Accommodations in We t ,
CO-WHITE J ? OR CIRCULARS on Deformities Mid
Braces , Trustee , Club Feet , Curvatures of tpino , Pilot ,
Tumors , Cancer , OnUrrn , roncmtii , Xnhtlatlon ,
Electricity , FaralynU , Epilepsy , Kidnor , Blulder.
Eye , Kar , B tin and Blood and all Surgical OrerdUCMS.
DISEASES OF WORSEH feSS 'SSJIftSa
UK > UVtt LtTFI.r AHDEII A tTUO.IX IrrjllTJIK > r IOU
. ( STfllCTU fRIWF. )
Only Kciiabls Medical Institute making a Specialty of
All mood Dlicuei luecnifmiy IrntciL BJI Millie 1'olion
removed rromtb if trm wtlliont uierearr. Nrir llrfcloratlrtt
Trtuliucnt for Lota or 1 1TAI , foil t IU l * > rtlvi uukblo to t lilt
mmnjrbetrratrdat home by eorrcfpoodcnee. AllcontnuDteft *
llonicotiCJtnll.I. Modiclncior1nitruncnliiclitbTn > llor > Z'
trcijiteurIr | ek < ilDomarkiioliidlcitocoiittilioritiidir.
One i > crional Ultri lew iirefcrrcd. Cell nud coniult ui or lend
IiUtory of your eaie , anl ire itlll Betid In rUlu i ranr r , oat
nflflkf Tf ) MK8I FREE : Upoa 1-ilole. Hccl | Io (
UUUrV ItJ rVJCHf .ScrTou.DIie iti.lLol , | ntr.HjpU.
Illi ; Ulcct ncjarlooctle , | ih quritlun ilil. A.Mrcti
OMAHA MEDICAL & OUROIOAI. INBTI1 Ullt
13th and Dodge StroeU , OI3AHA , HEJ1.
Dii.U. 0. WEST'S NBIIVE AND BHAIN
UB.NT , aguaruntoed spoclUo for Hyutorla , Dlzzt *
ness. Convulsions , fltg , Norvou * Noiiralfc'I * ,
Ileadftcho , Nerfoua I'rostratlon caused liy th
nso ot alcohol or tobacco , \Vakofulnosi , Jlontal
Depression , Softening of the Brain , resulting in
Inianitr and lendliiKto mHery , decay and death.
1'ioinatnre Old Age , llarronncas. Loss of l'owe
In either sax. Involuntary I.osoas and Bpormat-
orhtca caused by ovur-oxertlonof tholjraln.Bolf.
busn or overindulgence. Kach hoz contains
cno month's treatment. Jl 09 a Uor , or six borei
for Jfi.niJ.Bent by mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE BIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received by
UB for six boxes , accompanied with io.OO , we win
Bend the purchaser our wrlttjn Kimrantefl to re > t
fund the money if tne tiontraent dooi not orfeot
ncure. Gimrimtocs issued only by Ooodman
Drug Co. , Druaijlsts , Bole AffonU , 1110 Farnanl
itreet. Utuuht. Hob. , _ -
A FREE TRIAL
[ * ael ncoof any cnoof thtt
r - -Lii _ . _ _ - _ _ _ - _
! K > bUKO.fil o ftouk riviiin tjiluuhlu Information
nbovu nnd all ot h r i > rl vuU ) illn UM.H.
iiriruto UlttunUrB . Send eolf addttsm il Lnrclorw tot
circular. tiTANiuiil ) lltaitUi CUM CI > ! UKO ,
TOKEN SPUING VEHICLES
I JIimartJic/lhouian < ! iJnui'.j fl rJ OfO * * *
Greatly Imnrpvod wltli awlDKln * itiuklt * nn on *
do. EnBlostrldlnst " ' ' ' nnulhe ( ) rlnu Itniiui.
tn and ulurton nccnnling to the weight | * uim tbeTi ,
AdantM oquillr wall to rough country > M llr.o
Mty clr'ypi W'll l ere l ) t > t"il i.tP" " " ! .
CHICHESTER'S . . .
PENNYROYAL PLJ. (
( r It CM ! CroHH iJliiinujxl Jlri t *
3 Tboonlr rtllatli till rvr t > lf. Huff an'
fiuro. l utlr ( uik Ilrufttflct fvrlttlli
in und Itrutli ) , In rtd lueulllcbbiM , JC4
wttb HucrlVUo , TuLunouliii r. " J4c *
| ) fur tatilcuUr * unl ' IUIItff >
1itmiu fnliMcf.bjniHll. . " ' "ft
ULIclicatcr Chcialtoi Co. , AluilUuo bu > I'MM-t . - *
LI NESS ciine
1 > ? 1
i d 018E IX I1K11I
cnllrilr orcrcoun IT
1-MlwraUlnrri'dTUB'JURlARCUSIIIpNS ' !
Mlilipcr , t'our r tloiiinlUuilolit ( ril. Coia
VreJl otbtr remiillcl rilu. HocuOKt i
Mrt riruo.lvra , . for , lill ,
If IIIU C V n a" urinary troubles casll/ . quick
M U M11 ly and safely cured byUOCTlMA Cur
tulos. BeYunilcaveilcit.-ualugereaday * , fiok
jO per box , . ) ! ilrtijncbit * , or by mcll front ,
iR M'f'eUo. U'J vrwle 8 N. X , I'utlUltw