Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 15, 1890, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DALLY BEEi , SATURDAY , MARCH 15. 1800. THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mount & Orinin'o Goal Bill Ciunos Another Wrnnglo. AN INVESTIGATION DEMANDED. ITIioVliotn 'Mnttor Ileferrci ! to the I'limiinc Coniinlttoo and .tlio Count/ Attorney Tlio Jloepltnl Muddle. Kill. 7lio county commissioner ! ) hold a mooting ycstordny afternoon , nil tlio members being present. Tlio resignation of L. C. Dtieker as ns- cssor of Union precinct wan accepted aud J. D. Kltli wnanppolntod ns his successor. Tlio Thomson-Houston electric light com pany submitted a proposition tor lighting the court homo with olcctno lights , nt the rate of 1 cent | ior hour tor cacti slxtccn-candlo power lamp used , the company to wlro the building ami furnish lamp rcnowaU. The communication was referred to the committee too on construction. Mount ft Qrldln scut In n communication Hinting that tlio voracity and Integrity of the IIrm had been questioned by Mr. O'Kcoffo In regard to the coal furniihod tbo county by the linn , nnd they requested that ttioir bill bo referred to n committee with Instructions to in nit o n rigid examination and with pownr to summon witnesses and administer oaths if ncccRsnry. Mr. O'ICceffo stated that tbo matter had already been referred to the commltteuon construction , and that committee was sup posed to Investigate the matter fully , and It was therefore unnecessary to refer the m-al ter to another cominjitce. ilo moved to place the communication on. file. Ttio mo tion wns adopted after Messrs. O'ICceffo and Berlin had talked on tlio matter. Hynn ft Walsh submitted several orders to Bub-contractors , which were referred to the commlttoo on construction. A largo number of bills for groceries , etc. , for poor , were referred to the prouer com mittee. John C. Slica presented n bill of $150 for defending Tan Hownmn. The bill wua ap proved to the amount of $100 b/ Judge Clarltfoi ) . An uptilicnlion for n liquor license by Peter Hoist of Hcnnington was referred to the Ju diciary committee. Sheriff Hoyd's bills for boarding and com mitting county , insanur nnd South Omahn prisoners during January , amounting to ! > ai : iwere referred to tlio committee 011 iinnnco , Similar bills of the sheriff for Fubruary , amounting to $ j.)3.-)5 ) , wcro referred to the ( tuna committee1. 13111s from the soldiers' relict commission for relief furnished during February , amounting to S2.1I.J , wcro referred to the committee on charity. Tno largest , hill was that of U. 11. Moore & Co. for groceries fur nished on orders , the amounts ranging from 5 to $10. The bill of Chief of Police Seavoy for ex penses incurred .it Lincoln on his trip after Nuul , amounting to ? 17.GO , was referred to the Judiciary committee. The committee on charity reported on the bids for supplying the county , vith drugs , with the rucoiniiUMdnlion that tlio contract bo awarded to the Goodman Drug company , they being the lowest bidders. The Good man bid uhoxvud a. total of $ J45.27'iuul that of .1. A. Fuller & Co. , the next lowest , was * & . ? ! s. The oill of the Goodman Drug company for tlriiKB furnished la December , amounting to $ t.15.5 , WIIB allowed. The Iliiuncc committee reported on the ad vertising bids , recommending that tlio con tract hn awarded the AVorld-IIerald , that beIng - Ing the lowest aggregate bid. Justice of peaca fees of J. n. Walts for Sll.fiO and II , C. Timrne for fol.flj wore al- lowed. 'J ho judiciary committee reported in favor 'of allowing tte foliowmfcos ! for lognl serVices - Vices in rrmihml cases : .1. T. Morlnritv ? 10J , .f. C. Shoa $30 , E. E , Thomas , and N. II. TminoclflT $ M , iV. C. IVnkcloy uml W. F. Gurloy ? . ' 3l ) . The report - port was adopted. The committee on construction reported back tlio bill of Mount & Griftln for co.U supplied the hospital building , amountiug to 91ild.SU. The report stated that the commit tee considered the charge of $ . } .Si per ton for Iowa nut coal coal as excessive , and rec ommended that the charge bn reduced to 82.50 per ton , mnnlng n-reductlon of $218 In the amount of the bill. The report of the committee was adopted. Mr. O'lvcefTo moved that the llnanco com- nuttei ) bo instructed to confer with the county attorney in regard to drawing up the necessary papers to suLuoina parties to tes tify as to the coal furulsncd by Mount < fc Grifiln. Mr. Uorlln moved to amend by Instructing the county attorney to draw up tlio papers without referring the matter to n commit- too. too.Mr. . O'lCcbffo explained his motion by sayIng - Ing that ho wanted the investigation to bo had by some committee of which ho was not n member. The debate over this milter grew very warm. Chairman Anderson stated theru was no occasion for investigation. Air. ( D'Keeffo wanted the communication of Mount .V. Grillln road again to show that in vestigation wan necessary , but the chairman ruled that tlio paper had been Illod and a motion was necessary to have it taken up nnd read. Mr. O'lvoolTo charged the chair man with being nfrnid of an investigation , and idler somo. spirited retorts the communi cation was llnally read. ' Mr. O'Keeffo then charged that , lu character - actor had been nasailed , and ho wanted the whole business investigated. Ho saitl tie bad 1'actb which ho had not yet mentioned , and ho thought the coal business should bo in vestigated , as ttioro wore some things which Mioultt bo brought to light. The chairman tried to Itoor Mr. O'ICcefto with all sorts o ( technicalities , out the mo tion wa llnally brought buforo the house nnd passed. Mr. Merlin voted against It , explaining his vote by saving that hodid not bollwvo it was necessary to have an mvestl- . Ration into the transactions of u Hrst-class llrui. Messrs. Corrigan and Turner voted for tlio iiiotion and the chairman declined to vote , saying It was not necessary for the uhnlr to vote. Mr. I ) . T. Mount requested permission to siioulc on the question , which was allowed. lie then stated that the firm was anxious for tin Investigation and hoped It would bo full nnd complete. Tnoy wuro confident that there wn * nothing wrong in the matter nud wanted their uamo cleared. They especially naked that the Investigation bo most search- ing. ing.The dispenser was Instructed to la-op n record showing the quantity and description of all drugs , etc. , used for countv purposes. in order to facilltuta ( uturo bids , A resolution was introduced bv Mr. O'iCuoITi ) anil adobtod to tlio effect that the board take Immediate stops to Insure the now countv hospital nguinst lire to the nuioiintof f-IO.OlM with some reliable com pany. The county clerk was Instructed to notify AlcssM. Cuots nnd Stinnu to inspect the plumbing work at the county hospital and report on the name. The county cleric wns also Instructed tn tolegniph K. ! ! . Mycr.i , superintendent of tlio now hospital , and notify bun by regis tered letter , that the board was ready to accompany him to the new hospital with a view to iiccoptlnir said building from the contractors within the next ten days. lij Nervous daclitv | , poor memory , dlflldoncn oxti.il ' woakiicsn , pluiplui , uurod by Ir -MIloB1 Norvino. Samples frno at Kuhn ft Co.'s , ISth and Douglas. \Vill lin Hero .MontHy , A iucs a'o from J . M. Thurston to III * culuf clerk says thattbo Interstate coniiueroo commissioners will bo In Omaha Monday , It la not known whether they propose going to Lincoln buforo coming here , though the mippotltlcui Is that their session at Sioux City will continue until this uvouing. After eouiplfltlntr their hearings In Nebraska towns the commissioners go to Topeka and Kansas City. To JuirvoiiH Men. If you will send us your address wo wil § a ml you Or. Dye's celebrated voltaic belt and apuliances ou trial. They will quickly xcttoro you to vigor , manhood and health. VOL rue HtLT Co. , Marshal , MIoU. IN THIS touum Imxv Hulls tlflua Kllud and .Tried AVltli Itnplilttv. David llrowslar , a viciotn looking colored mail , WAS tried before Judge Clarkson yes terday on thn charge of Miootmg Jamet Huchunan. The shooting took ptaco Christ' man dnr In the saloon at the corner of Tenth street nnd Capitol avenue. The Jury re turned n verdict finding the accused BUilty as charged nni Judge Clarkson sentenced bun to flvo years In the penitentiary. The suit of Joint Marche against the Mis souri Pacific Hallway company in an action for (20,000 damages for Injuries received whllo In the company' * employ at Oak Prtrk , September ! JO , 18S7 , was before Judro Doano yostcnlay. Ho was Unloading stone from near when the train suddenly started up , throwing him bctvvcon the wheels and crushing onoof his legs , rendering amputa tion necessary. The railway company pro Rented in reply to the petition a receipt from Marcho for ftttO In full payment of all of his claims against the company. Marcho lu re ply alleges that ho did not know what bo was doing when ho signed the receipt nnd waiver of damages , but supposed that thn money was given bun for the purpose of buying himself an artificial lee. lioforo the case had proceeded far It was discovered that Marcho had been In the employ of tin railway company nnd Judge Doano ruled that the action for damages could not be , and instructed the Jury to return a verdict for the defendant , which was done. Judge Wakclcy will hand down decisions today in the following cases at the court house : Uonlsovstho City of Omaha and Whalon vs Uronimn. JudcoWakeley wns engaged in hearing the case of U'ithncll against the city , a suit to recover rnonny alleged to bo duo for brick supplied for the North Omaha sewer. A number of Interests are Involved , several parties claiming the contractors had as signed the money duo on the sewer to them. The jury In the ca o of Frank Dougherty against the American waterworks company , after being out nearly twenty-four hours , reported that they were unabloto agrco and were therefore discharged. The American National bank has brought suit against Kdgar S. Hradlcy for &l'J3 au ac count of money loaned. Howard Kennedy has commenced suit in foreclosure against J. H. liagloy et al to re cover J3A" on notes secured tiy mortirairo on twenty-Blx feet of lot 10 , block U31 , Jsouth Omaha. Charles IUlnzcr has commenced suit against 'liiomas O. 1'Iummcr to have a Judg ment obtained in tlio Justice court of Justice Morrison net aside on the ground that Hlazer wns not n resident of the state at the titnu Judgment was had and did not have any notice of the suit. Allan Hoot is pleading his own cause in Judge Hopewoll's court in a suit against Parlln , Oronilorf & Martin. The action is for a balance of $10 which Hoot , claims is duo him on an exchange of some agricultural Implements. The defense In the matter of Suspect Neal VH the Kdeu Musoc company ban cited n list of authorities in support of its riL'ht to ex hibit the wax representation of the tragedy at the I'innoy farm. The decision in the case will probably bo given by Judge Clark- sou today. D. K. Thompson of Lincoln lias com menced suit against the Omaha National bnnk for (37,0r > < ) .fit. Thompson had n mort- gaud upon the Ed helm & Akin stork of Jew elry. bill the Omaha National banlc got pos session under , another mortgage. Honcu the suit. Countr Court. Judgment In the sum of J333.CU was awarded ttio Minneapolis Tribune company in its suu. against Charles Corbott for adver tising. Simeral & Uodlck havu com me need suit against Abncr W. Nason for $175 alleged to bo due as attorney's fees. Chris II. Kottlcr Hied a petition instituting suit on nil appeal bond acalnst Jonas P , Johnson and \V" . W. Hingham to recover $1,000. A Natural Product of Callforiiin. His only fount ) in Butte county , Califor nia , nnd in no other part of the world. Wo refer to the trco that produces the healing and nenctratini ; gum used in that pleasant nnd effect ivo cure for consumption , astbma , bronchitis and coughs , SANTA ABIK , the king of consumption. Goodman Drug Co. guarantees nnd sells it for $1 a bottlc.or thrco for $3.50. Hv the use of CAUFOKN1A CAT-H-CUHE , all symptoms of catarrh are dispelled , and the diseased nasal passage is speedily restored to a healthy condition. SI a package , liy mail. $1.10. Circulars free. un Ijiuonsci. Marriage licansos wore issued to the fol- Jo wing parties by Judge Shields yesterday : Namu and residence. Age. l Daniel J. Schmidt , Omaha . 27' I Nancy Kline , Omaha . . . 11) ) I Peter JorBOtison , Omaha . 'M ( rianseniu Ananson , Omaha . 20 ( Chris Sehroodor , Omaha . 33 I Mary Semoral , Omaha . , . . . .23 j Johu Hcndrlck , Dnadwood , S. I ) . . .43 ( MnryJ. Wren , Omaha . 3J An KtMtorUI Puff. Prom the Lewis ( Iowa ) Indouoiident : "Wo Imvo advertised a "rent tniiny dif ferent patent medicines , but liavo-ncvoi- t\lfon : the pains to oditontilly 'putt' onu. \Vo nro ffoiiiff to do so now for the first titno. Ciininborlaiii & Co. , Dos Molnus , la. , inaiuifncturo a cousjh roraoily which is absolutely the best thing wo have over soon. Wo have usotl it In our family for the past year , and consider it inilidDOiisibio. Its cITocts are almost jiiilantancous , and there is no use tallc- 1111 ; . it is a dead nhnt on a cough or cold. Wo don't say this for pay , but because wo consider Chamberlain's /ujfh Remedy tlio best made , and wo want tlio people to know it and use it. " # i Kobliud in Sonit ) Otlur Plao ? . Hans Poteroon , the proprietor of the bulldlnc sit Fifteenth and Webster streets , in winch two men reported' to the police that they bad been robbed , says he 1ms good evidence- that both the fellows were robbed beloro they reached his pluc'u. "If any robbery wan done , " said Mr. Peterson , "It must have been in aorno of the alloy ahuiitics back of my plnco. Tnoso stmntlcs are occupied by coloied women of the town who boar a very bad reputation. " Mr. Peterson's place is conducted in u very careful manner. To tlio Truvi'linir Public. The 'great Rook Island route tins pro vided ovary convouianuo and comfort for its passengers going east over its main lino. Its solid vt-stlbulo qxprosa tndtiH , which louvo daily for lies Monies , Davenport. Rock Island and Chicago , are tlio llnost in tlio world. They consist of now and elegant day coauhoH , dining earn , Pullman palace bleeping ours and free reclining chair earn , superbly appointed anil littud up with all the moilorn intm-ovo- mania that conduce tosafo and luxurious travel. .Innetloiial and turmlnal con nections are made in union depots and at Chicago with 'fast limited vestibule oxiirnsa trains lor all points cast. Ja addition to , this magnilluont. train , two express and mail trains leuvo Omaha daily , carrying sleonors and dining cars. Further information as to routes , rates , time , berths , etc. , call on or address - dross J. L. DoUovoiso , lJOj ! Parnam Btroot , Omaha , Nob. Tolophonu 78J. : U. ST. .loiiN' . .INO. SKIIASTIAX , General Mnnu cf. O. T. iSP. A. , Chicago. Chleago. ' AH1 ulcil by ttio Wove. The cold wave kept most of thoollicersnnd member * of thu real estate nxchunge away from tliolmeotliigicsturduy. Uut one piece of property was listed for sale. It was lu liaw- thorno , lot it , bloek 7 , 43x110 , Davenport and i'liirty-llfth streets. $1,550. Sales were ropqrtod i Hy Joseph Ilavan , lots 3 nnd 0 , Irving place , $ ' . ' 400. llyV. . ' ! ' . ( trnhnui , lot 8 , block 13 , city , Eighteenth nnd Davenport , 914,004) . tiy M. A. Upton , lot 9 , block ft , Shinn'e second addition , nine room house , f 1,000. What U more attractive than a pretty face with a fresh , bright cuuiplectioal For it use Poizonl' * Powder , A Reduction of Ton Cants a Hun dred in Corn Rates. NEBRASKANS ARE AROUSED. Tlio llnllroatU Wnrnnil to Yield to the Just Requirements ofn Deter mined People Sutherland on tlio Situation. The Itnto Problem. LINCOLN , Nob. , March 14. fSpscIal to TUB Hnr. . ] State of Nebraska , Bxccu- tlvo Department To the Central TrnDIo As sociation of Missouri : When you made n re duction of 1'j cents per bushel on corn to Chicago It wus given nut at ones that the prlco of corn would bs reduced by Just so much M tlio freight rate on corn was re duced. In other \vorcls , that the farmers would not have any benefit from the re duction , Well , tlio gamblers , speculators and rallroaa men owning elevators In Chicago cage nnver Intended they should. "Vou made a nominal reduction and the prlco of corn wont down Just that much. Then those who predicted the depression of corn were enabled to say , "I told you so , " and the rail ways nro enabled to sr.y that any lowering of corn rates which wo may make will bring tie good to the farmer. Tno men In Chicago to whom I have referred were ready to stand the risk of bearing down corn according to the trifling lessoning of the rate made. But had you made n reduction of 5 cents per hundred , as I demanded , tbcro were not men enough , speculators , gamblers , dealers in futures and boards of trade In Chicago to have dared to break the market. They would never have dared to depress the prlco of corn at that rate. On the contrary , olf-preservation would havu compelled them to stiffen the market and send up the price of corn. I was not at all satisfied with the reduc tion made , and waited to sco the result , whlchlsby.no means satisfactory. I unw renew my demand at n much higher llgure , namely , a reduction of 10 csnts n hundred pounds from points in Nebraska tn Chicago. I am convinced that the freight rate then re maining will pay a fair prollt to the com panies. The railroads nro now prosperous , and have boon prospering ; their receints show this. They are paying dividends , whllo the condition of thu farmers has been growing worse. They tire depressed. You depress tnem became you deprive them of the moans of getting their corn to market at a living price. This ntuto of things muse not , cannot continue. You nro inflicting u great ami grievous wrong upon the iurincrs. They have a right to their full share of tbo prosperity the roads are now enjoying , lor that pros perity Is enjoyed at the expense of the farmers. The people of Nebraska do not want to light the railroads. They dcsiro that the railroads shall prosper , but they demand alia that the railroads snail no longer opprcst them as they have done. They demand that tbo roads shall give thorn fair and reasona ble rates so that they may obtain a Just re turn for their labors and Investment. The people are aroused now as they never were before. The farmers of Nebraska are aroused now ns they never were before. They demand Justice and Just treatment , and Will not cease that demand until they got it. t again warn you of the disastrous consequences quences to the roads if thiir Just demand is refused. I say this not by way of a threat , but ns a friendly warning. Kesuectfully , JOHNM. . THAYKU. PKOOI.AMATIOX. To all to whom these presents shall come , greeting : Whereas , It has come to rny knowledge in duo form prescribed by law that in the county of Nuckolls and the state of Nebraska n murder was committed upon Charles A. Sherman on or about tlio llth day of Febru ary , Ib'JJ , by ono Charles Stevens , who has lied irom Juitic2 , or by parson or persons unknown. Now , therefore , I , John M Thayer , gov ernor of the state of Nebraska , by virtue of the authority vested in mo by law , and in purniutncu of the statutes in such case made and provided , do hereby issue my proclaum- t'on ' , and offer a reward of J2JO for thu ai- rest and conviction of said uharlcs Stevens , or of ttio murderer or murderers , if Un known. In testimony whereof , 1 hayj hereunto set my hand and caused to be ufllxed the great seal of the state. Done at Lincoln this 14th day of March , A. D. IS'JU. Joii.v M. TIIAYGII. me wvriucT COUIST. Judge Field and u jury heard the case of A. J. ( Justin vs the Chicago , I3urllngton & Qulney railroad company today. This Is the famous 10-cent case. In August of 1S8S the plaintiff received n shipment of castings from Cleveland , O. , upon which there were freight charges of SI cents , an alleged over charge of 10 cents. Ousttu refused to take thogooJs al the rate charged , butreplevlned them Itt lest the right of the overcharge and to test right for the possession of the prop erty. The jury was still out at 4 o'clock. " Chapman , in thu equity court , "heard the paving assessment cases today. They will probably occupy the attention of the court for n uav or two. Tlio Stoto National bank vs the Hart hardware - ware company is the titleof n suit com menced In the district court today. The ptalnlltV sues to recover Sll.OJO. bTATi : I'ot'si ' : i.STKi.uor.xci : . Auditor Hciiton loft for Now York this afternoon to look after some insurance busi ness. Ho will bo from homo one witulc. The Wyatidotlo coal casij was called before the state board of transportation this after noon at a o'clock. Initial arguments were made on points of law , and an amended com plaint Is demanded. Under date of March 12 F. W. Hruington of Atlantic , la. , manager of the Western Union telegraph compan.v at that placu , writes Governor Thayer that Charles A. Sherman , the man murucrod ut Oak. Nuck- ells county , on or about February 11 , was his uncle. lie also conllrms the story of the coroner of that county that Charles Stevens Is thu murderer , llo further saya that Sherman's wife Is in Atlantic aud in desti tute circumstances , and concludes with an earnest prayer that the covemor will iiromptly issue a proclamation of reward. This the governor has done. tiUTIIKIILANI ) OX Till ! SITC.ATIOX. Senat-jr Siith rtuiul of Tnkamah , I3urt county , I * In tlw city. In conversation with 'Inn Unt : representative ho emphatically dis claimed any intentions on the gubernatorial chair. Uu suld that his iiamo was sprung in thii connection at West Poiniand that It was duo to the fact that Judge Crawford had bjen sugijoited as the standard bjaror of the douiocratlu party for the highest Honor withlu the L'lft of the pcoulo of tlio Uat'i , It will he remembered that Suther land did Crawford up ono year ago last. fall. "If I um u candidate lor any oflleis the corninirfail. " said ttio statesman from Hurt , "I will have to oxpuricuco n cliango of leart. " "You would not oven accept the nomina tion for secretary of state , thonj'1 "I won't say that. I'm not u candidate for the ollico ut this lime , and don't think I will be. " "How about the rumor that the Farmers' Ulianct ) of your section has commenced to loycott Tukumah. merchants and business men ! " "As yet it la nil talir. I don't thipk there will ho anything of the kind attempted. Still tliero may bo. The alliance up our way is getting very strong. I expect to see alliances organized in every school district in the county , and for that nmtlar In the untlru northwest par ; of the state , and when the farmers thus solidify , with the present ruin ous transportation rates and discriminations , tlioro is no telling what they may do , A few farmers clubbed together near Tekumah and ordered u car load or two of coal a ( maritime nice , and the boycott story originated from that. " "Do you tnink that the alliance mon will mrtielpatu In the primary elections ! " "Not tin our way , Thcro will have to bo a change of base if they do. The farmers ex pect tu do their work at the polls , and I bu- llevo the next loitlshitura will bo made up of men who will take care of railroads and eor poratlons for some tluio to coma , " CITV HEWS ANM ) NOTES. Andrew Kosowator of Omaha made a business visit to Lincoln today. Senator Keckley and Hon. N , V. Harlan of York wcro nmonff th0pfdmlncnt Nebnultnm la Mm city today. Klltlo Wcnzolisrcstbv ; ea y. Her physi cian now thinks that < bo may recover. The gnoh In tbo forehead I ? rt frightful ono and will mark her for llfo. Intelligence Is rccelvaJ from Denver that Joe Foster , who i wanWJ In Lincoln for burglary , cannot ba brought back. Ho ban thirteen counts against him for the saino of fense in that city. Thn Oiiiy OIIP. The CDtcago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway Is the only -lino running solid vcstlbulcd , elootrio , ltphtcd and etoam heated trains botv qpu Chicago , Coun cil Bluffs and Omaha. The berth reading lamp feature in the Pullman slcopinfj'cnrs run on thcso lines in tw ton ted and cannot bo used by any other railway company. It IH the great improvement of the ago. Try it and bo convinced. Sleeping cars leave the Union Pacific depot. Omaha , aid p. m. dally , arriving at Chicitco at O.'IJO a. m , Passongow taking this train are not compelled to get out of the ears at Council Blulla and wait for the train to bo cleaned. Got UcUoU and sleeping car berths at Union ticket olllce , 1601 Purnam at. F. A. NASH , Gen. Agt. J. E. PnnsTQN' . Pass. SOUTH OMAHA. NOTKS. Woman's AVcaktioHS Again. It wns Illustrated again yesterday , Just as It wns Monday morning In the Nicholson case. The wife wanted the severest punish ment posslolo imposed on her husband for his abusoof her : she talked dlvorca but cro mi hour had elapsed she iclentcd and wanted herself to pay the line imposed on tbo man who lust night threatened to shoot her nnd turned her out of doors. His nnmc is Charles Freeman mid his wife Is a prepossessing nnd timid looking llttlo woman. At 3 o'clock Friday morning Frao- inan camotohls home in Peter Coos' addition in a lighting state of intoxication. His wife nnd baby were the objects of his wrath. Ho followed her to a nuiphoor'a where she wont for protection nnd pointing a loaded shotgun at her demanded thatsho return homo. The result of Freeman's brutality was his arrest , on the ehargo of assault with Intent to k'll. ' Yesterday he wua lined 2J ( and costs on his wife's testimony. She waited nround the court room until all tlio business was concluded nnd then relented , and nsKoa the prlvitepn of paying tlio husband's line. Ho was stubborn anil refused to nccopt it , but It is moro than probable they will natch their troubles up and bo liv ing together again. In the afternoon Freeman's wife secured1 his. release by paying4 $ . " > of the line imposed against him. Mayor Uloane remitted tno rest , pending good behavior. Freeman prom ised to leave town at once and bother his wife no more , rnli * a I auntlry. Two tough-looking individual ? , who gave their names ns I0d Small and \V. Uriscoll , tried to steal n whola laundry Thursday night. They uru sorry for It. for Onicor Tom 13ronnan was sent after them and ho got them , but not until Driscoll wns brought to a halt by a shot from the officer's iun. , u t Thursday night about 0 o'clock they wcro ut the house of Motile Chuck , who runs n wash house iu tlio Third ward. When they wo'o leaving they carried with them u lot of gentlemon's underwear which belonged to the customers of thov'Uhuek ' woman. Tno goods wore afterwards discovered in an out house connected with tlio laundry. D.-lscoll and Sma.l'\voro each fined $ 0 nnd costs , In dnfault'on which they will go to thu county jail. > , Ijatt Nlzfit * ' * i'.irtr. Enterprise lodge , Khlglits of Pythias , did itself proud again Thu'radaynight at its second dancing party of ims season. The party oc curred ii ( the Jodpn half on Twenty-fifth nnd N streets , and w.is jvjjendcd by n goodly number of South Omnhu'n best t > eoplo. Thu following gentlemen had the Hff.iir in charge : rf , Arrangements John V. Hitchhart , T. G. Marsh aud Alfred A. oWy. ProgrammiJ James P. Hayes , Konrad Miller and J. ll. Emprfins. Music Alfred A. ( Jary , Uliarles Jones and.lohnC. iV'Mters. ' deception John L ) . Kobinson , Alfred L. Bebinger and John Uarda. Floor Arthur \V. Sa.xc , James H. IJulln and T. C. Marsh. I.II'n in Mititln rn I/ands. A rare literary treat is prouitsed at. the Methodist church , Twenty-third and N streets , Monday night , when lev. ! A. W. tiimar , pastor of the I'irst Uantfst church , Omaha , delivers his famous lecture , ' "Use- ollectlons of Souther i Life , or Forty Years inDixuThH lecture is full of comedy , pathos and instruction , nnd is especially in teresting to northern people. Wherever de livered it has attracto.1 much attention , and bus been greatly enjoyed. Last summer Mr. Jjiimar delivered tie lecture nt several of tbo Chautauipuu incvtmirs held in the west and it was conceded the rarest literary treat of these gatherings. A r.oittxI-Up o ) Vimranffl. Captain McMnhon and Ofllcer Hughes gath ered In a lotrof men Thursday night who could civo no account of tnomselvcn and whoso ac tions and late hours caused suspicion. Tuo.v gave the names of Harry Myers , Tom Mul len , Sam Harvey , Polo Mcdiihuioss nnd F. Yoste. Yesterday mornim ; tno men wort ; dismissed by Judge King. City NOTCH : ui 1 1 l > crKtmnr | > . Mr. and ilrs. A. M. Millspaush have gone tu Plainvllle. Mich. , to attend the funeral of Mra. Millspaugh's father. MM. Klla Chnet and her son have gone to Sidney for a week's stay , Thoma-j Kimell of Superior , Neb , , is visit ing Nelson Puringtan. f.lr * . J. D. Courtney , who has been visiting Colonel E. P. Savage and family , has re turned to her homo in Lincoln , accompanied by Miss Jusalo Savage. Ainu Bracket ! of Hebron , lud. , is visiting his daughter. O. E. Hood , ono of the foremen at Swift's pavkfng house , will start for California Sun day. day.Miss Miss Jennie Morton has returned from a visit to frisnJs la IJWA. Charlei Zobash. thu boy door-tender who was injured in the boiler explosion , is out again. Contracts have been awarded for tlio re construction of the Union rendering works rffeontly destroyed bv lire. Tollio Hamport , tha young lady wh'o ad ministered a thrcs'ilng to her traducer , .VVilllarn Wcidomun , iu. .Omaha. Wednesday , resides wltti her parents on the corner of L and Twenty-fourth at mots. Poitmaster QnllauhtV of Omaha , accom panied by Frank It. Morrison and James Crclgliton , wuro in Soiuh Omaha yesterday. Kov. A. Martin's lecture nt Hunt' ? hull on "An Evening itJ ( England" was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed. Quito a sum was roall/cd fortho colored Christian congregation at Albright Frank Graham waa'fftlbd $10 ur.d costs for carrying concealed \vfwpuiis. Mr. John flynn ImVAgffcrcd a relapse and Is now reported iiulte HI , For Use Hereford's A'dld Phosphate. I > r. Price , of the WMito St.ir S. S. Cor- mnnica , says : " 1 havd' proscribed it in my practice among the passengers traveling to nnd from Europe , Ji | .tlds , steamer ; and the rcKtilt has nntlsllo'1 me that if taken in time , It will.lu a great many cases prevent seasick- nes . " A CLEAN AND PERFECT CURE OF HURTS AND BRUISES. A Doctor g , w It. LawTOnciv Kansas. Aug. U , IBfiS , George rattcrwiifelirromuttUtory whitlow , Btrlklne n fence. I found him mlngfct. Jacobs Oil freely all over liU hutti. I nw him next inornlnn at work ; all the blue iix > i bad gone. leaving ntUlHTimln , near nor bwcllIiiK. U. K. NEUMANN. M. D. AT DnccmsT * AND DKAIEM HIE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO. , Baltimore , Mi for the euro of nil DIROKDKRS OF TIK ! STOMACH. LIVHK , HOWKl/3 , KUNBVS HLADDKK. NKHVOt'8 DIStiASUS. 11KAU.VCHK , CONSTIPATION , COSTIVUNrHS COMPLAINTS 1'KCULIAU TO FEMALES , PAINS IN THE HACK. DHAGOINCJ KKEM "Ob. KTO. , IcJDIClKSTION , U1LLIOUSNKSS , 1AEVKU , INFLAMMATION OF THE liOlVEI < B , PILES , mid till dorntufomtmts of tlio Intcrrml VKccr.i. HAD WAV'S ' PILLS arc n euro for this complaint , Tliny tnno ti | > the Intel mil secretions to healthy action , restore strength to the stoninch nnd cniiblo It to perform Us functions. Price 23a pur box. Sold bv nil druggists. UADWAY & CO. , Now Yorlr. MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS--THE BEST. | Cocoa is of supreme importance ns an article of diet. I Van Houtcn's has fifty per tent , more tlcsh-forming properties - 5 ties than exist in the best of other cocoas. 5 "BEST & GOES FARTHEST. " ' The tissue of the cocoa bean is so softened as to render it easy of digestion , and , at the same time , the aroma is highly developed. cS-VAN IIOUTEN'S COCOA ( ' 'oncolrlod. nlirarauioil" ) 1 ( lie rlcliinliiiirc , olu. lilcC'neimluvcnlc < 1 , | > alcnleilnndmuri > lnllulliinilundli to-day bottcr nnil mart toW * than any of the numerous Imitations. In fact.n comp.irftllro test will eojtlljr provo , Hint , MCI cllirf Cocoa equals tlii * Jntenlar't In Polilblllty , nprcoftMo UMo anil nulritlro Qitnll- tics. "I.arEC t Mle In tlio tvorld. " A k for VAX HoriKN'Hnml tnko noothcr. 63 CALIFORNIA THB JiAND 01' DISCOVERIES. -Sow on or- CtrcuZjrl l trtcttlt3fir9.g- cuK'E ror ; ATARRH SANTA : ABIE ; AND : CAT : R : CURE For Sale by Goodman Drug Co 1NCO.MPAUAULB IN" FL.AVOU. Use it for Ueof 1'on , Soups , Kuuces. ( Game , I ish , & . , ) A--t > ic or Airnt. Tolly. Oniipoun lot Vxtr.tctuf llouf equal tu foity pounds ) f lean liuf. IMIII i n D ( iiily\vltli nitnat urn of J. von IIH HllOIVII lllOV < ' , III 1)1 III' . LIFE'S HISTORY ; Its Smlli'S nnil Tcarf. Siicli U tlio coin-so of liftiiKiilo uii of Miiiihlm' M ml ; ; lnoin , sluil- nesi anil Hiirrmv , rlclnvtaml jioin-ly , lirnltli mul iliirnHii. Wi > iimyiIlspoltli KlooinlMii- fsli tliu Hfirrii r antl ( ? HII | rlcii ] > H ; but Hlcltnufia \vll2 ovortalii ) tis , Miiinor or Inter. Yet , Inip- jilly , thnt enemy can 1 > o vamiulslicil ; ) iilm : nuil nrliciCHii lie rellt > vf < lj lln-ro it n onliu Tor \ rry n omul , and MclKiiro IIIIK pluced It nltlilu the rcnoh ol'iill. Tliero Is no illncov- rry t hut liusuooiiuo ircnt u bIc liiK : ' ' > r. Tntl'i * I.IVrr 1'IIIs. lu innlnrlMl rvshmu , nliqru Fovcranil ARnr , nilloiivllbicairaaiiti allinentsliirlUftit loudei-nnRcil llvcriirrvull , they Imvo proven un IiiL-ntlnmlila tioun , ita n hiuiilrcd tlioiiDiintl living w Itnrnsrs tmtiry. Tatt's Liirer Pills SURE ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA./ / Price , 25c. GIHsc. 30 & 41 Park Flaw , H. Y. , -J lota , low prices , jjooil water , cs- uollonl druiiuijre ; motor line : /i-ec-tit / car fnro ; hitfh , Ury , bcnutlful. Sold for casher or on InstuUiuunt plan. SHOIU3Y , HALL & CO. , Ablngton Bnlldlncr , Portland , Or. GOLD HKDAL PARIS EXPOSITION KS3. Noo. 3O3-4O t- 7O5O4. . THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS. For t08rcrFAII.IWO IANIjbOD | ueaertl and I'EKVOUO MtDlLIT Vi wjakaeuof UodyanilMind , ElTccto * < , > IDIU > II ii vtot , Hiibd ( uilKi i f ERIE MEDIOAU CO. , DUFFAtO , H. WEAK Buifcrliia from the vlTtcw of yuutliful crTon , i art/ decay , wantliu weiknru. Itut inaulioul , etc. . 1 will eenu a raJuablp trratliu ( valeil ) conlnlntnit fnlf partleulan for liomu cure. I'HKH of chnnie. A. fplenjlcluitdlcalworkihoulil Iw rvod liy nvrry nan who U licrvoin anil riitUIIIAtnl. oi > ror. I'.c. BNPHECEDEKTED ATTBAOTION ! 9 OVKIl A MMiUON l > ISTliniUTKD Louisiana State Lottery Company. IncnriMiratpil liy llio LrKlMntnro , for pitucntlonM nnd chnrltnblo | nirpo ( ! , niul Its franelil i * um.lp n putt of the present nttto constitution , In IST9. by an ovt'iwlirlmiiu' popular Tine. Us MAMMOTH DUMVINCS tuko plnco Sciiii-Aiiiiually ( June anil Hcrrmlicr ) anil its ( Jrantl Mingle Nninlirr Hriurlngs tnko plnco in each of llio other ten months of the year , nnil arc all drawn In public , at the Acnileiny of Music. New Orleans , La. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Payment ol Prizes , AtloMiMl ai follows : "Wo do Hereby certify th.it wo snpervlio tlienr- ranxrmrnti for all thn monthly anil soniHuinunl drawing of thu l.oul.ilana Mali * Lottery company , anil In pcnon nninuxn anil control the drawlnm lhomHulM-1 , iinil Unit thu miini ! urn conductol nltli lionixty. fairniHH. and in coed fiilth townnl all pur- Ili'i. iinil wiuuilliorUn thr company to IMC thljccrtl- lli'iilowllh fn liniliMuf our slvnal'ircj attlcluJ , lu COMJ1ISSIOXKIIS. We. the tinilorsigno , ! lianl : nnil bunhora will piy nil rUu drawn In ttia lotilf lium Stulu l.otturlu ulilcli innsbo luvM'iituJnt uur lountrr . 1 ( . M. WAliM-hKV , 1'iOf. Ionlstani Nat. Hank. J'lUUItKliANAlIX , I'res. tate Nat1 1 llanlc. A. HALDWIf , ' , Pr s. Kuw OrluiiiH Nat'l Hunk. CAIth IvOM.V , I'reri , Union National Hans. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING , At the Academy of Music. New Or leans , Tuesday , Aorll 15. | S9O. CAPITAL PRIZE , - $30OOOO 1OO , ( > ( ) ( > CioUtC-t at $ UO onuli ; Halves $1O ; Quarters S5 ; Tenths $1 ! ; TiVRiitiothn $1. i ipr OP miZKS. : rm.K or ( mini in . r.Tmrm 1 I'ltl/.K OK 1I1VUM1 . lUI.HM li'ltl/KUK & ) , UJIIil . . ' . . ftWIJ I IMIIX.i : Oh' tti.UUn . . ( ! 3 I'HISKS OK tiv i lire . : wa l & I'HIXKS Oh' fiiuiiiri- . 'A'iU ' I'lllXKS ( ) ! ' l.llllmo . " 'i.UHJ HU I'KIXKS < lh * f/OlUU . MI.IIII J l I'lllXKH Ol' " . M ) t'lll/.KS Ob' JJUiJUJ ino Prizes or f : M in L- . ; onoi luj do 'juunrr . : j.mri 1UU lit ) ajjuro . , . UJ.UJU rriiMiXAi , i'iuyKS. iw t'rifo * or riuinro . mf n UM'tio luunra . . . ! u , ' vl _ 3,134 1'rizos amounting to . . . .SI , 034,800 NOTE Tlpleti ilmnlni ; Capita ! 1'rlics nro not en titled to tcrinliml prlzi'i. tt crtm IIATIX nr nnjr further Infornmlion iloiiroil , wrltu U-Kllily tn thu mitlurclKiicil , ulenrly ctulliiK J'Oiirro'lilcnci' , wllli ptiitu , county , flrci't an , I luinibi-r. iloni i.iilil roUuii nmli ilvllvcr/ will Ini n un'd hy your enclosing mi vnvolnpn bcurhcyour lull adilr ' ! i . _ . IMPORTANT . UAUI'IIIN. Now Orloatu , lii. OrM. A. DAUPHIN. WiiBluuBtoa. 1) . C. lly orJIiuiry Icltir , vuiitaliilni , ' Mos'KV OlilinH- : Kiiuilbyitll i > iiru | i cuinpaiilca , Now Vorx uxcUunKO driitt urpustnl noli1. . lleglilered Lelters containing Current/ / NEW OKLUANd NATIONAL BANK , New Orleans. La. i. tUatthit nuymnnt of prl/.c is TIKII : HV wn'u NArniNAi. HANKS or Nuw Orlomis , nnil lint ticket nre tUnci ! by ttio prti Iilcnt ftf tin In * Hituilurt , who-n churtpreit rlKlits am remtrnlzHt tu iliu liUtuin courU : ttiuioloru , bowara of nil liiinil- tlom tir nrinnyiniiuK EchiMitctf , O\K Dm. i. Mt H inn prim of thoimmUc t port or rniiMlon of u UckiH istuiMi HI'H In any ilruivlnu Aiijthliiu-in our n.tuiu offcroil ( orluu limn uUullitrla a airliiiliu. lE ! FHKSIll ! DETJ110US ! ! I BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES , Order * \ > r SInll ! Kipr u 111 receive 1'rouipt nd t'urrcct Allcutlvu. GRAND LOTTERY OF JUAREZ. In Icr Die maniurinrnt of ttip Mexican Intarnutlonnl Banking Oo. rnr.rp K > n flri < . Imoniornt'il lijr tlio tito tu Clil Imnhun , voxlcn , l-'or Chnrllnlilo Piu-ii | r ) . GUAM ) ftO.VTHtiY I ) \\VI\O will mx | iM In iiublln nl ilia cllr of Jimu'i > for WIOD.SKSOAV , AlMllli UJInl , 1HDI ) . under HIP t > or oml v.i | > ortl nm of ( I 'nornl Jonvs. .MII IIY nnil Mr. CVMII.O AIUII'I'.U.K * , th furtnrru IK'itttcmnn f mflt pniiiilnrno.Mn tlio 1'nltt'l Mite § itintiil pre Ptir < > nlouol viniclvnt uunr.mt.M In ttm public lli.1t Huidrnwlni < mil liplinM wltliMrlu lion * i"tr nnit fnlrnrv In nil , niul llio Inline dim Kiuicr- vUorof tlio MntlvAu ROTcriiiucnll I * uf < > iunl iHniiJ * lug nnil Inlcitrlty. 'AI ITVI , PICIZi ; , 8 < 10OOI > . Only l > ,000 Tickets Only ( llOIlTrki'K ) ) ! Whclo Tickets , f I. Unit Ticket. ' ' , t : . Quarter TIckttM , tl. MSI' OK IMtlKKS. i iMroof tunni . . twm I I'rlionf KVUH < IIMUI 1 I'rUeof MIUI . MUI l'rlio if 111 I Idlcnohnn * A.utl 111) ) I'rlipMif Mill : oaclt niv iVM tonViliptor J Mnnrlinrp . . . . . S J Hti IW/o * of iili'tieli nro. > ' " ' ' " " " "TKiuiivAr.'Y'iim ! * f l Terminal * to * ) ) , ( I'rUo of Wli-nch nro IIJ.KU ! M TcrmlnnU to lOiw I'rltv ol till uncli nro , WMI tl 4'W , ' ) liprMir rrrtlfr ttmt tlio Il.inco Nnclunnl nf Moxlcii. In Clilliunliun lm < on ili'poilt from llio Mcslrin Inlcrimtlnnnl llnnklnit riMir.nnr , tliiMHVe' ry fun U tu utiirnntmi tlui IIIIVIMCIII if nil thn r rl < i itr.twn In tlni ( iltAMil.iiTTillViif.il r. Wo fnrtlii'r ( ortlfjr Hint wp will nn | > i < iYl < onll tint nrrimuoinpiiK , niul In | > or nu niniiuui ) niul ninlnil nil tlioilninliiB of lli | iMtlorr , nnil Hint tiiovminnru nimliKtiMl with lionoitr. fnltiK'ss. nnil In Kuod filltU lotrnnl nil pirllcs. JOHN S. lo nr , rtimml lom < r. t'ii.n AiHit'i.t.i.r' ' . StiBcr l or for the ( loter.iini'nt. IfnnrtlcLot ilr.iwlnu n iul < u ! < nnit in llio uiMur- flmipil. IM fnco Tiiliio nlll tin collprli'il niul ri'iulttfil to the ownur thereof frft > of clmriti > KlIIIAIt II. IIIIOXIIIS' , I'rcshlont Kl Iaso .Nntlo mi Hunk. Kl l'an > , Ti'i. Forclnlirnti' , nrnnr furllicr Infonniitlon wrlloto thiMinilcriliiiuiU. Hlnllni ; your mltlrcmi rlrnrlr. wllli Intocounijr. bircct ami iiunilii'r. uoro miilit innll ilpllvcry wllilio invimi by your ciiclotlim nil unvol- ono I'oiiiliiif jinirfnliii'ttlri' " . AlKMlMXlNnillNA-IIUXAI. lUVKINfl I'D. , t'llyof Jiuiriv , .Muxlco. NOTIOK. f-'i'inl rcnilttnnco' for ticket * by onllnnry toiler , conlnlnlnu unner ( inter. ISSIIIM ! l > r nil KTIMI > COIII. luinlrs Now York Kxclinniio , I'nnk Draft or I'o lnl Note AililrrM nil rcglilpriMl li-ticm to MLMC.IX l.xrKii.NATiov.Ai. it.\NKIVH Co. , City of Junru * , .Moxlco. Tbo ! irRo > t , fnstotanU Illicit. In tlio wurUl rnsusjigcr accommodnttona iniuicclloj. Now York to Qlargow via. Londonderry. Dovonia , Miircli Siiml I Anchoriii , April 5th Clronsslo , Moich li'Jth | Ktliiopi.i , April Wth SAUKIS- . MTONii-CJ.As-i niul STKKII.IIIB mti" oo lownt tcnn.i. KxrtiMloii lliket * nflncpil , nimlo nvnll- nblu to return liy olllu-r llio Hctuivrquo Clyilonml Nurtli or Iroliinil.nr lllvir Money niul south of Ire land , orNiiiilotoriiltioraltvr. KXri'ltStONHTOI'AllliumCos'TISKXT.M. Toltlld.on lowcm turnip. 'I'niTclorH' Clrcitlnr lA'tti'n nl prnllt ami itrafls for nny nmoiint lit lowi'M rurronlmlea. Aiplx | to nny of the Incut nui'iiU or to 1IENDEKSON liKOS. . ( Jhlrago. Ills. H. S. Ilnll , H. V. Moorcs , C. II. Alarcs. U. P. Depot. _ _ STATE LINE To ( Slnssow , Itelfiist Dublin antl Liver pool. FHOM NK\V VOHIC KVKHV TIIIMtSDAY. Cabin passugi ! l * > tn $ ' 0 , ncroril Ing to location of stutorooin. Stcerngo to niul from Kuropa nt Lowest Untoa. AUSTIN HAII VIN.V Co. . Ouiierul AKCIUH. 6-5 llroudway , No\v York. Jno. IlloKoii. CiBiieral Westurn Aj ent. llll Hun- dolphStreet. Hnrry K. Monies. Tlioi. McCannu. LLANLINEOGEAH STEAMERS P.issngoto andlrom fir cat Britain and an parts ol Europe. Montreal-Liverpool route , by llio waters ol St. Lawrence , shortest ulall. UluRcowto ItoBton , to I'hllmlnlplfla. Liverpool to ami from Ilultlmore. Thirty Ktcnmors. C'luiB ' oxcelolor. AccommodatlnuB unsiirpaopcd. Weekly sailings. AMAN A. 4O..Oon. ! West. As'tn. . C.J. Sundcll , iun cr. 112 La ballu St. , Chlcnt'Oi UL SUFFEIlKltS FI105I iVcriiim DrMllly. Voullilnl liiilUcrellaii * , I.mt Munhood. Be Your Own Physician 1 Sl/uiy men , from thn cfloctn of yonthful > Imprudence , h&ve brcmabt aiinut a ituta of 1 urnknoas that lion iriluccil tlio Ki-uernl j - > torn 00 much AH to liiilucu almost vvery , other ulfioaee , anil the real rMi n of thu I trouhlo ncnrcelr ever bvlnu cuiprclril , they . are tlocloml fur cvcrjIMInit lint the rlicht i one. Isutivithstanillnif Iho innny Taluahlo ; rpniwlliw that Tnvillcnl frlvnre ha * produced , for tliorrllef of thnclu ! * of imtlt'ntA , nunn ' of the nnltuary inodcuof trratinunt effi't'tn . CHIT. IiurinKDurmtciiBlrocollrKoiindhin- ; pluil iiroctlcnuo hnru exp rlntentfiltlth i and dlxLt vrpil nownnileuiicLntruUHl iPtnu- i illM. IheaccompanylnvrroH'i'lptloiiIsor- ; furmt na a , rrrlnln nnil ii | > cr < lv cnriu ' It of cosc-i la tmr prnrilcu Imvo Itvcn - - . 1 to ( wrfcct limit ! ) fry 1U use aftfr I nllolhfrr mtilliBfnllod. lYrfrctlytuirolii * rii'illuntKitiiist IMJ usudluthuifiriwirutlouof ; nils prrwrliitlon. It rrjtlinixylon coca , 14 drachm. Jurubcblii , 1-3 Urailini. Jlrlonlan Jilolcn , 1 Kdrachm. CIclin'iiilii. Hxnilns. ) : it. lai > ntla > nninrmnlriliollc,3 grains Kit. Icptiihlra , It ccruiiUv. ( llvrermeq H. lllr. ; Maku < X > pllla. TakolplllatSi.m.amlun- | i olhrron rroliiff tn iMtl. Inooinurani'iilt ulll \M \ luii'i'Kinry for the tntlmt to tnkn two pill" ! ThLi i eniPilr H ndaptfil to r very condition of 1 iurt ous dolillltr and wuikncKi In rltliirmvi , I Imjinidi'iu'i' . 11m li-cuiieratho powclii of ; tblirc.tniiitlronntiuyaEtoiil ! < lilneiiiidlt > iwjconllnufil for n short tliuerhanem thu ' , languid , deblllt/iled.iti'neleni cundltloii to i onoofixnimcil lirnandlKor. . O : AinoamcoiittantlrlnrftclptoflctUriiof ; Imiulry ii'lallto to lhli rcraidy , vr would > uiy tuthiunivhoivould prefer to ohtalnltot , ' un. by remlltliiK $1 a lui-uroly walinl | ck * i n u contalnlnif CO pllU , cnrutully coin- 1 poiimlnl. will Iw wnt hy rt'lurn mall from ourpritata lb < > rntory.or\voufllfiimlsh 0 pai-Kni'ii" , vhlch ulllcure moat caacii , forS.V. Address or call oil New England Mfldical Institute , 21 Trcniont How , Donloti , MOM. fit Copyrlflht. IM . by K. II. 1 JOR. PATENTEDAuo. 10 , 1887. IMPROVEDJuuao. 1889. . . \ > iv , v\inM. ! . ' JJH. OWEN'U ELKCTUO- OALVAKJOBODYI1ELV < " All Hheumitlo Couv .1 j plolntj.Lumbajo. 0 eiicial 11 - ' Wo voui Mcbllit ? , 1 " Kidney hnustloiiVmtlnB f i nnici caiiEtd by Indtacreticni in - IiIarrUdorRlnglellfe. -s ELECTRIC INSOLES si KVAih Alsoan Eleatrla Truon iinel Holt Combined. B uJ DC. IKUUCO for r lllu.i'J took , nl | OM , vhlch will t * ' ° " " OWEN ELEOTRIO'DELT & APpnAiVoE co. aoa Jf orth llronUxay. BT , l.OUIB , 10 , 020 Broadway. HEW X01UC OITV. DR. _ II.MIV , Htd for Ililv i CBIH | | U I'urrtnU of l.lr lrlollf ttrouih i turmt lilt Uiuill ; , or wo rmltii i.iuj | u cua , lixLT ! liMf aMrr Cowgirl * 45. * < ! uu * U urit tun I'ir. nmtntti t ar l lu three iucoll.1. Hralr , ) raaphltt I'm * . UAIIDEHtLtOTKlUCO.ICUUS.II.ii.CHICAaOIU. !