Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 06, 1890, Page 5, Image 5

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TLo Unccnro Injoycd by the Alleged Oitj
Pharmacist ,
NEGLIGENCE OF THE OFFICIALS ,
Jloiv.i < 7imtcc ! From tlio Great fitntc
of lown. AViin Arrested on tlio
Clmrj-e ol'Bolnjf uKllin-
lliinuncr.
It items thnt Frank Zlmincr Is enjoying &
Very soft snap at the city's ' expense.
Zlinmcrli tlio short , fat , red checked gen-
Unman \\ho Imd char o of the "county
pharmacy" forso many months. Ho h now
manager of a drug stow ut thirteenth nnd
Jnclcson streets.
For dispensing drugs to the county's poor ,
lie formerly received Jia:53 , : > per month , nnd
for rendering a similar service , atthosatno
tlinonnd ) > laro for the city , ho received on
O'JdHlonaf JJ. , a month.
I'lio two positions , thnt of phnrmncy cleric
to the county nnd to the -ity , wcro merged
Into ono , the city paying $ - . " > us Its share of
the expemo of this work In the county.
link-ad of the city paying Its share direct
Into tlie tounty treasury nnd XIminer receiv
ing nrheik for tlio full amount of his salary ,
[ tlOd.KJ,1from , the county , the voucher for
the rlty'1 jthaiu has always been made pay-
ahletoilnnucr himself.
In the lalteriKirtof May /Simmer / gave up
Ills coiiibinntiofi county awl dtv job and took
the outsldo pl.ice , na noted. IIis successor
was o Mr. Eokert. At the expiration of May
dimmer drew and cashed both of his \ourh-
crs. Korllie few days uhlcliMr.Kckcrt had
worked ho paid him simply nt tlio rnto
of titt.tt'l' ' , , n month nnd saU nothing
whatever iihout the ( , ' 5 from the city.
Kclicrt modestly refrained from saying that
ho was entitled to payment nt the rate of
1108.111'.thinking that /.iniincr had not re
ceived tl.e city voucher at that tiino.
The mutter r.m on unlll tlio cud of Juno ,
when ICckeit , promptly icccived the eouutv's '
Wa.XlU but not thoi" ; from the city. Jy !
thlstimo ho had rcciivcd nn offer from
Mr. Ivlnsler on Sixteenth street , which ho
hnimxllMtely accepted , lusivlng the combim-
tion position \acant , as It has been ever since.
Mr. Ki'kort ' woa seen yesterday und said
that ho had not iccelvcd ajieiiny fiotn the
city for attending to itn business.
" \Vhoii inked wh.v ho had said iiothlngabout
the mutter , he replied :
"Well , 1 uns expecting right alons that
Zltntner would como to time , and 1 didn't
like to speak to him. "
Inquiry at the city comptrollers onice dis
closed tlit ! fuut thnt X.luinicr Inn drawn his
voucher for $ ij regularly for May , Juno nnd
July und that the August \ouehcrhas hccii
nindo out for him.
Further Inquiry shows thnt about nine-
tenths olall the city und county prescriptions
have been tilled , just us they have Icon for
monthsat ( Joodmau .XsCo.'sdruRstore.whilo
thQ remainder has been sent to various phar-
umclsts.
'J'litislimner is drawing 2. per month
. from the city nnd tendering no service what
ever In lelnrn.
U'ho nminycmcnt whereby the city pnys
$25 of tliolftt.'i ) ! } { ncrmonth to the county
pharmacist for medicine and the dispensing
thcicof Ii piovldul for In plain language by
nn ordinance ,
Zi miner's Story.
Mr. Zlramerwas seen and sniil : "Vea , I
left the ofllcoin the court house Juno 1. I
drew my salary , $ > per month , for Juno nnd
July , I have a hill In for the month of .Au
gust nnd expect it will bo nil \\cil. . As the
months go by , I expect to put In my bills reg
ularly mid I ctpcct tha city will pay them.
"I vrni apiwluted city druggist by Mayor
Gushing for the regular term , and as I have
not resigned and stand ready to put up pre
scriptions fur the city at any and all times , I
don't sec why I shall not bo paid iny regular
salary.
"When I left the county dispensary , I told
City I'hyslcian Gapen of my change in
locution nnd that I would stlU continue to do
tbo city's buslucss.
"The doctor ipnorcd mo entirely. Since
then I have mot him u number of times , nnd
on referring to the niattor luvo told lilm that
I am now located at 'Thirteenth and Jackson
„ BtrcetH.
"No , sir , drawing the $2'i per month Is no
steal. 1 have the stuno richt to the money
thnt any other city olUclnl lim to his waRCs ,
nnd people \Mll cveutually lind out that , such
His the case.
"If the city doctor -will not tnrn the city
business In tome , I certainly cannot help It.
"Tho city council Is with me , nnd In tnllc-
infiwitn several o [ the uiembei's I Jlnd that
inycounu Is upheld. "
AVlint IsTIioiifjht of It.
"I have he.inl ofJiinmor's case nnd Zlm-
mcr's ' cvouso for drawing $ :3 : n month from
the city nud giving no return for it , " said a
V cityolUctal. "Tho matter reflects no credit
ui n the management of the city nnd less
upon 7.1 miner himself. Ho always had a
sinecure when ho was In the county pharmacy
nnd Is striving to keep It up. My oivn Hca
* Is that when ho went to woilc for a private
dealer ho thought ho could pull the county
nnd city drug trailo with him. If ho had , the
comity and ilty drugs would hnvo cost retail
prices instead of wholesale , which was the
principle tiixm which thocoui'ity pharmacy
ivu establlslicd.
"Sinco tliolutter has hccn closed , however ,
, the county , with criminalcarelessness mid
negllsonco , h.w , with n stock of drugs of Its
oivn Ijing Idle , hccn piijiug retail prices
toaceitutn JrugRlst for goods orilorcd. Hut
the clerk of { hat druggist has not the cheek
to assume that hols entitled to regular pay
from the olty because ho compounds proscrii > -
tions for thoclty's ' poor.
"if Xlinmer hM a dalin for $25 n mouth
from the city , why has ho not another
otip against the county for ( S3 or
$ * " > which ho hsul been got-
tiiiff ? Why have not tlio county com-
jtilssioncrs iippointcd n new county pharma
cist ! I'll ' tell you why. Jlecauso they want
toglvoXlminor a chance to return to the
ulmrmiicy if ho should tire of his present
< > 'nture , For nil the work required of the
iijlepcd county pharmacist , n clerk who
"si'ould ho villing to work for ? 00 a month
/could do all that is required of the man for
that place.
"It's about tlmo to straighten the matter
out. 'J'hcro nro cnou fih barnacles on the city
l > ay roll , but they make pi-etenso of doing
something. Kimuicr makes no pretense. Ho
gets hh money for nothing , "
Every tlswo of the body , every nerve , hone
nnd muscle Is mndostroiigt'raniliuowhoalthy '
by taking Hood's Sii. , . . , , .
Tliu Clinrgo AVIilcli OuunsIniiH nu lown
.TiiilKO Seine U'rHiiblo.
It Isn't ' often thnt n Justlco of thopcaco Is
arrested for working the iliin-Hiun racket , but
such is the case with J. G. Suul of Crawford
county. Saul o\\ns \ n400-acro farm and is ex
tensively iMiffnRCil in ttio stock business , bo-
Bidea iircaidlng over a Justice shop near Dou-
. .ison.Ho
Ho came to Omnhn , Thursday evening , In-
tcndlni ; to go to the South Omaha stockyards
to purchnso n lot of feeders. Ho was
accompanied by a frlcud.nnd the two Avent
into tlio J liu Pisk chophoiisc during the oven-
liiRtOBot ; i lunch. Just before solncr out
Saul stopped up to tlio ilcsl ; to settle \viththo
ojshlor , KU Divw. JIo handed over a $3 bill ,
and Drew K.H-O . U > tlio clunKO ,
Drew claims that ho left tha hill on the
counter whllo ho was nuking cmngoond
tbat Saul nicked It up npalii iin-1 put it back
in his jKKket , a-o | jioclic'tiuR the chance
jl out. Saul ilcnlo.s thnt he tooli the
biick. At an ) rate , Drew discovered
just ufU'f ilio pair loll thnt hovnsf5 sliort ,
und started nfu > r them and accused Suul of
sto.illiiK' thu V.
Tl oiut T hauled out M ixsokctliook , pro
testing his Innoa'uce , and thoucd Drew half
dozen $5 hills. Iro\v ) deolaitxt that the
jiil > itiiJthill\vuaa gold certiorate , mid -when
tbo roll win uncovered trlumvliantly pointed
to u hill of that description as the ouo that
Imd Just boon utolen from him.
Saul > alil that ho had two of them , and this
as not tboontnvltliwhu'li le ( liaa paid for
iU luneh. Ho nifusiil toplvciup tlio money.
, A poUVemau was culled to arhitrato the
ptAO. Ho ucclliiod to act In tint cj.uiclty | , iu-
ilsUnt' that Judso Hehlcyii au ciyo-
ricnccd hand at that Imslncs1' , nnd placoU the
prohibition justlro utidi-r nrrost , The lattr-r
RBVO bonds for hl aiix.-nranixj | In court , imd
showed up ypslcrdnr bright nnd suilllng
as t > er agreement. The evidence on Iwth
slJcs vas submitted , but the court Auntcd to
intcrvlcxv the olllcer niaWiiK the nn-est , so
the cmo VIM continued untilS o'clock , ntul
In the inoiuitlmo I'M Justice vent
to the slock yard * to I'Urchaso ' his
cattle , nnil lecture his friend on the trialsimd
tribulations thnt un < tusi > octlii Io\vnn run up
njrnlnst when thf.v go nwny from home.
Drew SBJS ho dlil not see H.xul tnlto tlio
money , but Is sure ho took It because he was
the only one who could have taken it.
The only radical euro for rheumatism I ? to
eliminate from the blood the ncld tliat causes
the disease , Tills is thoroughly eflccteJ by
the persevering use of Wjer's Sunaparllla ,
1'craist until cured. The process may be
slow , but the result Is sure.
TII13 SAIJlIIiRS ) KTIMj OUT.
The I'rlttclpnl Feature *
Cuntruut nnd the Uuimi'H Jtcply.
The contract which the Alarks Brothers
saddlery company insist shall ho signed by
trndesmcn who deslro to work In their fac
tory is ijuito a lengthy document. It may bo
summarized , honever , as follows :
Thnt those entering the employment of the
Urin stall vork for such wage * as may from
tlmo to tlino bo agricd upon and on the fol
lowing terms , whlih shall In no way bo
annulled liy any changes of worker wages
ly ngrrement :
'No cmploje shnll leave the service of the
firm without ( riving the latter tvo weeks'
written notice of hl.t Intention to do so.
N'o cinplojo shall Join or take part in any
strike ot tiny of the operatives of thoilrin.
VlolatiuftthUngrccinent by leaving ulth-
out the rcquiud notiilcntlon or by tubing
part in a strike , would , His claimed , causu a
damage to the linn to the extent of U. .
To secure the piyment ol thii daranpo
every employe shall deposit with the flriiif.'A.
If ho cannot pay this sum nt the tlinu of
signing the ngroeincnt , ho may pay It In In-
stnllmcntsof n certain amount each voek ,
which ntnount shall bo retained from his
\Vhen the employe leaves the firm , after
hnvluR given two Decks' ' notice , ho shall be
lofundcd his Sd3. with interest at 0 percent
for the tiii.o it has been on deposit with the
ilrm.
ilrm.After
After nn employe shall have deposited his
$2. $ > hesluill have tlio privilege of ilci > osltlng
with tlio linn , to hla credit , any money ho
may earn while in the employment ol the
firm , hut no longer. Interest sball bo paid
on tbo deposit nttlioratoof Oner cent.
Thcnboio , the linn states , is the contract
presented to tlio committee ol saddlers' ' nnd
narncsstnakctti1 union No. l ! , nndto which.
it Is claimed , that c nmutU.'o suga'3ted
clauses , the suhstanco of which is as follows :
That the linn stall not dlsohnrfc'o an em
ploye without two weeks. ' notice , but it
may reserve to itself the right to
dlsc-liarpo an employe without no
tice for Ineoniputency , insubordina
tion or for other cause.
The il fin , while it may employ or discharge
union or non-union men , will not discriminate
between union mid non-union men ia towages
or general treatment.
Kcjmrdliif ? tin ) foivgoing the following has
bconrucched :
OMUIA , Kcb. , Sept. 4. To the Editor of
TnnlliiKi Tbo Oin.ilm snddlo and harness-
makers' union No. 11) ) resi > ectfully submit to
your readers oursidoof the lock-out , because
it Is not a strike.
On Saturday. August 30 , 1SBO , Emnis
Hogan , a member In good standing in this
union , and a competent , reliable workman
nn honorable man nnd a peed citizen , was dls-
charged forno other reason than that ho was
a union man.
On the afternoon of Labor day tbo union
appointed a committee to i > eo il they could
amicably adjust the matter.
In answer to their inquiry , why the firm
Imd discharged Mr. HojMn , they said it wns
because ho was shirking his work
and was Incompetent. The committee could
not see tlio justice of the charge , us llogan
hud been employed by tlio flrra for two \ears \ ,
and thought that It was a long time lludlng
out that lie was nota competent man.
At the conclusion of the Interview thecom-
niltteo was informed thut the llrin would not
itiiistuto any union man unless hoshouldslgn
n contract , Individually , as given above.
Tills eoutratct the union , by n unanimous
vote , declined to sign , as it did also any other
similar contract ,
Tlio Ilrm also stated that non-union men
now in Its employ wore not required to sign
this contract , as they wcro considered men.
The union men uro in the majority , in fact ,
out of thirty-four mechanics , twcnty-nino
nre members of that body in good standing ,
The foreman and assistant , ono machine
operator and two scabs constitute the force ,
nnd wo thinlt , with the proper encourage
ment , wo can win the dny with caso. AVe
leave It to the readers of this paper If our
cause is not right and just. UMON" .
Another clfurt will bo mrulo thU morning
to adjust the existing difficulties between
Marks Brothers nnd their employes. The
emergency committee of the Central labor
union will meet with the members of tlio
Ilrm. If Marks Brothers will allow tlio men
to return to work without compelling them
to subscribe to tlio obnoxious contract the
lockout will bo declared off , but if not , it
will continue , and tbo Knights of Labor will
blacklist the ilrm throughout the country.
Mrs. Wnslow's Soothing Syprup reduces
liillanimution , wbllo children are teething. 5
cents a bottle. _
IVAGGEMSK'S PA ITII.
It DOCH N'ot Support tlio Methods of
Dr. GclNlcr.
Ell Van "Wasgencn resides at 804 North
Eighteenth.
Dr. Gt'isler.n . faith euro artbt , domesticates
in tbo same
The latter has been endeavoring to cure
Mrs. Van \Yuegoncn , but not without nrous-
inp the suspicions of the hushuinl , who has
taken but llttlo stock iu either the medic's
methods or morals ,
Yesterday the husband's suspicion ?
were confirmed that his wife's affections hnd
boon alienated. Ho accorilliiKly beat tlio
fnlth-curcr almost blind , Then ho com plained
n alnst bath the curer and the patient la the
police court.
Ofllcer Keyser vent out to bring thn guilty
pair In njul bad fcomethinj : of a search before
10 found them. The frisky plivsiclan WM
found at the room of likjcgal wife , crouched
In n small closet . but Mrs."an' "
Hi * ailliltl UIV3CH. , UUU itLAa. \ 4U "Wagoner
had decided to null Omaha and bho hint to bo
pursued in hir llifht. She wus overtaken at
the motor bridge , on her way to the Blulls ,
and both wcro taken to the Nation.
Dr. Gelser assumed the role of a mh-
judged und hijurcd man , nnd wanted to haVe
Van Wapcner arrested for assnultius him.
Wrs. Van \Vugcncr \ wept bitterly when
locked up and protested her iuuoeenceof any
crime.
_
. On : inil nftcr this dnto ( September 5th )
tlio local otllces of tlio United States and
Pacitie express companies Avlll bo lo-
etited at the now building1 , bouthwest
corner of Ilanicy nnd Fourteenth sts.
S. A. . Hu nooN , Agent.
I'erinlcs.
Tnofollowins pcnniuwow issued by th
hulldliiR Inspector yesterday :
1'rcd llriuullos , niif-story frame dwell-
In , ' , TMOIU j-foiirlli and Izuid sticots t 1,000
O. I. llrocncr. ono : imt onu-mrirtor-
htory frninoilwelllnK , rwoiily-scvontli
nnd Pratt. Mroeti . 1,150
John T. Hull , uiiu-itnry fruiuo ccttaKe ,
I'rlns ' and Taylor ht roots . . MO
Ed Aln.-tow , twislory brlok st UM and
HatMxteiiith and NYllllams strcots 10,000
Hurry I * .Novion , ono mid onoi iartor-
story frumo dxtelllu ; , Iticbards and
Itujiclu streets . 2,000
John ' .Mlnlc Ic. ono-slory frame eottaco ,
I'ortysevontli and Ifirrls streou . . . . Ka
A.rornum.Giiountlonu-lmir-jtor.yfraiiia
Ij.iin. Thlrty-boconil nail Woolworth
nu'iiuc . 1,000
Ono minor poruilt . M )
Total . . . .llt3W (
IJith on the One-Story.
Sovcral contractors are preparing1 bids on
the now building to bo erected on tbo high
school Rroimds. These plans show o one-story
brlek building lth a sub-bascraont , The
rooms are reached bypassing through two
hniu which cross ono mother at the center of
the building. Over thU central polntls to bo
a larK < > MoorlsU cupola which , will deprive It
of Its squatty appearanee.
Tickets nt lowest rates nnd superior
accommodations via tlio yroat Rode
Island route. Ticket otllco , 1002 Six
teenth and Farnam streets , Omaha.
That is How Mr. Holcomb Say the Union
Pacific is Managed.
IARMONY AMONG THE DIRECTORS ,
air , A < lam , Sir. Ames ami tlie Vice
I'rcslclcnl IliinscirDhulnj- -
lUlcnee In Otnatin by
Heavy
Tlco i'resldent Holcomb of the Union
Pnclllc road , Iti nn Interview with n member
of THE Bnn itniT , made some very Important
Btalotncnts. Mr. Holcoinb returned only a
fevclajs ngofrow the weit. Ho liact btcn
out on the road fcrncnrly two months.
TUB DEI : man asked him vhnt truth , If
any , there ww iutlic report thnt serious dif
ference ! had arisen between President
Jliarles Francis Adams and Director Ames
which might era long rcsultln the retirement
of Mr. .Adann.
"It la pure fiction1 replied Mr. Holcomb.
" 'Jlicro is not a word ol truth la
it. I do not see ivhoro these reports
coma from. Thorn li no discord
in the hoard of diieetors , nor hmo there been
any personal dltl'Teucis between Air , Aduius
auJ.NIr. Ames.
' Thu Impulsion prevails in Oraalia , " con
tinued ilr. Jloleomh , "that Mr. Adnius inaj-
1)0 In n. measure unfriendly to Omaha. This
Is not the CIMO. To bo sure , Mr , Adams has
larco intcresU in ICansaa City , but ho she
reali/es that Omaha U destined to boa very
important tniflte center , aiiawoaro dolngnll
wo cnulo help build the city up. I , myself ,
have invested in Oinnha and ex
pect to malto this city my permanent homo ,
whether I contliiuo with the road or not. Mr.
djnis bus uvently invested hirgcly with tuo
rnt , Omaha land company , and ho is
iiogotiatlnp with otnor paitles to cn-
1 u i ( ro his inteicsia la Omaha hi tlio
very near future. That ought
to satisfy your people that Jlr. Adams is not
un enemy of Omaha.
"How about thcrunwrs of fuithcr clmnjcs
in hoods of department ! } "
"Xo changes are coiiteniiilatod for the pres
ent so far as I know. The Uuion 1'aullic Is
applying business principles to its manage
ment and 1 do not see onhut i > iluciple any
business man would vant to dictate to a cor-
ratloa or any business concern wlioin they
shall employ as managers or who shall bo put
attho heud of any ono department. This Is
purely a matter of the stockholders anil their
immediate representatives , the board of di
rectors ,
"How about cutting down tlio force attho
Oraahii machine shops , the relocation of the
ma > ter niech.in lo , etc. I"
"Thcro vtill bo no futuw change made In
tlie shops and tliero Is 110 decrease contem
plated in the force employed in Oinula. Our
iiijehino sliops atCheyeniio are In the center
of the system , nnd necessarily it is for the
best interest of the road to have the general
master nicchanio located there. Dut nith
tlio exception of one man , Mr. Hodges , who
may locate further wst , no change
will bo made hero. Ko will
take no ono else with him. The
working force at the shops will remain as
targe as it ever vas , and there never was any
intention of removing or ubiudoulnjj the
Omuliashops. "
' How about tbo Union depot it has Icon
snld tli.it it will not come up to the promises
inido by tbo road. Agood many complaints
aio beard. "
"WVII , " said Mr. Holcomb , "I noticed an
aiticloln ' 1'iiK BEE when 1 was absent , to the
eflectthat the Portland , Ore. , depot was to ho
a much grander alTair than the Union depot
nt Omaha. Now the truth Is that the Port
land depot wiU cost about $100WOwhile $ ( the
Omaha union depot will cost * 00OOO ,
and it will ue one of the
Rrandcst depot buildings in the United States
vhen It is liutshcd. "
' How about this controversy between the
Milwaukee road and the Union depot coni-
panvl"
"There is no such controversy. Wo have
\ultten contracts with tlio INlllwaukeo and
Hock Island roads giving them the right to
cross the Union Pncllie bridge and use our
tiacks between the Council Ulutls transfer
nnd tlio South Omaha stockyards. They cuu
do so now if they want to. The Milwau
kee Toad wants to como \vitnits trains oti
the temporary depot grounds , hut the Bur
lington road , which owns part of the depot
grounds , not bavins deeded all of it to the
depot company , Insists that the Milwaukee
people shull pay a i-casonablo rental for the
use of the grounds. They are asking
tha usual rates for trackayo where joint
depot facilities are added , It is n question
now simply between the Milwaukee and the
linrliiiKton as to terms forusoof the grounds
only until the new depot Is completed. For
the present wo are all hampered moro or less
by the building of the new depot and until it
is finished wo will have to put up as well as
wo can with what facilities can bo improvised.
IjimiUcr Hates Increase ,
Thondvanco in lumbcrrates hetweenChi
cage and Missouri river points goes Into
effect today. The rate Is to bo Increased
from 10 to 15 cents , The matter has been
under consideration for some time , and the
lumber dealers , having had fair varulng ol
tlto increase , have laid in their season's stip-
plv and will not suiter materially from the
advance. The local rates from Ouiaha to in-
tcriorpoints remain unchanged.
General Freight Agent Crosby of the D. &
Jl. Is homo from a western trip.
\V. P. Itobir.son , Jr. , tlio newly-appointed
Rpneral manager of the St. Joe Is Gr.md
Island division of the Union Pacillc , Is in the
city. _
"Water Lily Soap 5 cents a cake. "
Ilolibetl ofl 80.
A visitor from the rural distilct complained
to the police that 13Irdlo Konlnson , colored ,
had relieved him of his roll containing f ISO.
Ills story was corroborated by a colored man
who said ho saw the voinan handling the
money. The stranger refused o give bla
name or prosecute the case , fearing tint ho
would bo given moro or less unpleasant no
toriety In connection with it. Ho wanted the
mllccto quietly recover his wealth for him ,
lie was not nciwnniodatcu , but was given
some potent ndvlco as to what course to fol
low on the occasion of subsequent visits to
the city If ho visaed to avoid trouble.
- BETTUH THAIST GOLD.
; UESTOnEl ) HER HEALTH.
Tor 25 yean I suffered from bolla , erysipelas
end other blood nAxtlosj.taUhig during that
tioo great quantities of dUrcat : medicines \vlth-
octEivloj xao any fercepllblo relief , Frlcnda
Induced no to try S.O. S. It Imr/rovedmo / fwra
the Btart , and after taking ccural tottlcs.re- .
etorcd my bnlthoifir ail could hcpo for ai
137 ago , which Is now soTcnty-Jvo ycirs.
MM. 8. II. 1 CA9 , Dowlicg Green , Ky.
on Hlnod nnlBkliiDlrrtlciimilled ( rco.
k\VlFT Sl'lCiyiO CO. , Atlanta. GJ.
Tor Improved .Veco
LIEBIG
nomio coolicry. Use
it for Sou i , Sauces ,
' Made Dishes , ( Game ,
Company's i'lih , etc. ) Asiilo or
31eat Jolly , Kcciu
Krfectly In nil cli
mates for any length
EXTRACT ot time , nnd Is cheap
er and of finer flavor
than nny other stoeU ,
Onoi > ound equal to
OFBEEF forty pounJi ot lean
beef of the value of
about $7.60. $
Genulnoonlywith
Jihtns von L
tljjnnturcBS shown
Tliey rire custom mode clotlilngor merchant tnllors , loft on thoirhnnclsforono reason or an
other. These Vvo buy in large or small quantities , for ready cnsh. Forexiuviplo : A-sultof
clothes costing orlgintllv40 , -we cnn.hcoordlno to atylound quality , sell for $18 or $2O. Just
thlnlcof II , ajsnvlnq of EO per cantone-hnlf ol the origInn 1 cost. Many ofthoninrefrom the
lending tnilorlnqestablishnisnta througliout the country ,
MERCHANT TAILORS'MISFITS and U NCALLED-FOR GARMENTS
OTJR. flilOEi I-vIST A. GUI D1H.
SUIT3. FALL AND V/INTER OVERCOATS , PANTS.
$0" custom $30.00 $ GO custom inAdc oiorcoat Tor 8JJO.OI ) $ l ( ! custom ntnilo junts fur $ S)0 ( )
inailc suit for Si.1.00 . § 55 custom made ororoo.il for 27.00 $11 ciKtom inntlo i mN for $ ( ! ,5O
$ . * > 0 custom mode mil for $ > _ . 00 $ iO custom made oicrco.it for. . . . . ! ? -'i,00 $1'2 custom niiiilo jinnts for $ ( ! , OO
6 15 custom inndoMilt for $ iO.OO ! ? 1. > custom made otrrccat Tor $22.00 $11) tMistom nuiilo | unts for $ ' ) .5f >
$10 custom iimilo suit for $18.09 ! } IO custom inailo oicrwnt fur $ 'JO.OO $ 0 custom ninilo junts fur $ , ' > . ( ) ( )
maile suit for 810.50 $1)5 ) custom niiidc oiorcimt for $17.00 $ 8 cihtom mmlo juiits for $ l.oO
$ UOnistoiu iiiiulcsuit for $11.09 30 custom made oiercont for $13.00 $ 7 custom tunic vantsfor $ ; l.5
Latest styles nnd olcgnntgnrmen ts Infillknnd snlln lined Sultsnnd Fall Ovopconts.
Also Full DicssSuita foi * solo or rent , nt the
1309 Farnam Street , Omaha , Neb. 1309
Remember number and place , 13O9Farnnm Street , Omaha , Neb. Open ovoningsuntll Oo'cloclc.
Saturday until 1O o'clock. .All cjnnnents altered free of clmrgo to insure a perfect fit.
THE GREAT LIVER and STOMACH REMEDY
nil < ltsirtlrrs ol' tlio Stoninch , Mver , Iimvol < , ICtdncjH , lllaildor. Nnr-v-
ous OisciiKOp. IJDSS iif AiDCllillcadAOlie ) | , CoiiHtlpntlon , Oostlvonnss , Incllc'-H-
tlon , Clllousiiess , Fever , IMlcH , IJtc. , nn l roiulurs ttioBystom leas llablo touoii-
tract
RA.DWA.yS PlIjT < Saro aciirolor this complnlnt. Tht-y tone up the Internal sfcrotlons to
hcaltliy action , rostoru stroiiittli toHiostotn.u'ii , nnd otiiiblolt tDiiorforin It * fiinctlom.
1'rlcoWc alo.Sold by all drus lsts , ormulled by RADWAY & CO. . a\Vurron ! Mioot , Now
York , onrooulpt otprlco. _
rfRich. PURE" SOLUBLECHEAP
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating , Nourishing ,
.naving a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink
combined at a half cent a cup and fit for a Jrirut.
BEST A GOES FARTHEST. "
* 3-VAX HOUTKNS COCOA ( "once tried , nlvvnii tuetl ' ) irna InTented unl
pntcntod null limiidolit Kollnnd. It U acknoulcdccd by the most oinlnontdoolou
] | and inalyiU that by Ihstixclul trcninu-iit VAU Ilourri's COCOA hai unilorcono , the
< > ulublllljr of the dcMti-furiutnir cun tltuuiii In Incrctinod flrtji c ' cent. ,
< | nhtli tbewboUot tlu flbril are loftonoj nnd runlcroJ moro palatibla unJ dljostibll.
J > "T.vcest l lo In tbo world. " Aik ( or VAN llourhi'i uuil tuke uo utlicr. Cl
Bromell
SEMINARY for TOUXG LADIES.
Corner of lOtli'audVorthlngtou \ Sis. ,
OMAHA , - NEB.
BISHOP WOFtTniNGTOX , VIBITOIU
TnEUuv.UOIlHRTDOIIKUTr. S.T.D. KKCTOIU
THE 27TH YEAR BEGINS
WEDNESDAY , SEPTEMBER 17TH , 1890.
Toroatalosuo uud particular * apply to the
Rector.
St , Mnru'9 School. Ktioxvlllo , II. , ( HB
A Church School for Girls.
St. Albun'a School. Knoxvlllo , 111. (1393 (
A Churoh School for Boys.
Kowbiilldlnss , no v ( urnltiire , nowapp.ira
tin. Tl.o . lalodt incthoiN oftnental find phys
leal oulturo. llvorytliluij up to tlio time
Homo comforts nnd homo oaro f or u very nuul
-\V.l.KtTIKa\VErjUI ) . U
Heutor and L'ouuilor.
AMEiICAlOQNSEftl/A10RYGHICAGO ) [ / , ,
rlllldUlMI HAIL , ITAlliSlI AIE. Jc J11K&U1 HT.
AIII > ranchFt > eMu ( > < lcDnxii > atlc.ArtDol mu. Teaclicn'
TralnlngScbool. Uniurpaiwdotlrantairosittmo.l * rjto
COlt. UuUloC nialloarix > . I. J. IIUTBllEOrUlreeUr ,
Mllwaukoo , WIs
For Votinir IVnmcn. Kor catalojiio add O. B
KINGsLBY.l'h. D. Prcs't.
CONSERVATORY .
OF MUSIC-
All depirtmrots o ( llnslri ! lutlrortlon ,
Ylao Jirts , eio. f.bvtJini ) , j
MONTICELLO.
New Bulldinss , Hexv Furniture , New Pianos
Kew Equipments , Beautiful Sltuitlon ,
OponaSopt. M. Full nndsnperlor Taculty , noput-
rncnts ( or KwlUh , I.ntln , Urock , ( ii-niiiin. Krunch ,
bcloiico , UUHIC , Art , etc. tend lor tnfornintluii t )
K. UA8KULU Principal ,
GouniK v ,
LNSTITUTE OF OUR LADY OF
THE SACRED HEART.
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS , ILL.
This Instltuto. sltunlo I In 0110 of tlio most
beautiful Hiilmrluof Ohlcajo , offers tn Vouug
.Ladles , every ailvuntiso for obtaining it
tliorouuli nnd usiful uduoutlon. Stiullos wtl 1
beiosinncd biipt , L' , 1WJ. 1'or particulars acl-
HUT \nniVNpnr St. UiuK A
uIV HILL nuauJurst.cjju ioy'.s
homo school. Kqulpiuonti perfect ; propiirrtforany
collORO or forbUHlnojs ; tckwa d boj rocdvod , 6th
yur oiicns Sept. t IWOD Addrcts Hor. d 1.
bTIVKH.A. M Hunter 1 Illl , 111
HIGAGQESIfiyGQLLEG
HorBanVnrlttnearChlcncoXIloartlnBH"
tchooltor Clirls ana Tonne I.nllos. KorP < a
mldrosiU. . . . fc3 *
omlomio THAVKIU L.IJ. I ) .
l.or77 Uadlsonbtrcct , ClilcaBOIU.
ILLINOIS MILITARY ACACEMYao1ffioVrk' ,
ClrcularctllU.NUV ) . QTEVEKS , A. II. , 1'rln.
SleJIn. 1'a. , Slllllarf Acalomr. bora.
llroolmUoJUlrls. Circulars ( rco
PARKER - HOUSE ,
BOSTON ,
J. REED WH1PPLE & CO. , Proprietors
YOUNG'S HOTEL ,
BOSTOM.
J. REED \VHIPPLE &c CO. , Proprietors.
IS U R OP ISAM
Cooklag nnjFerilci ) eicoilcd br nono. Couijleto
Innll npi'Olntuiunli ' 15 n location In ttmcltr.
Tno llimton Tran or | 't ' nyn "Jlr.Vblp | > lo li n
prlnco ( f lau'llorji ' , anil pnlmns of 1'urkum' miiy
nnilclpito u rjturn to tlio good oU tlmos ol It *
rounder , Ifartor U. I'arlcr.
Mr. MHiri'l.r nlll c otmu the management or
titrutuiore.
Ai.li > ! > ! > u UlU HUSK lhUil > ll > T-ll , . i , i. mtr. .
t I willfr 4 IU lll < > " ! ( Ciulrii * . ) trtl lili.
vc > Uul > < ( H > W4)lrw. )
, , curKAloIrift ,
A. MUSE WE NTS.
Qpera
BO YD 4 UAVNIH ,
Today Last T\vo Performances.
Watinee at 2:3O : F > . m.
Evening at 8OO : F > . M.
Vf. T.
CARLETOH'S OPERA CO
Thli Afternoon
Tonight ( last night ) . Dorothy
Onlr regular i > rlcca lll lechnr'eil fliultiKtlils cu-
BDYD'S '
SUNDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER
Flrstnppcsranco In Onmhnof J. If. S'ltiiik's ' Intcst
mitl grontist cowed y
\OLROkW
Tbo drat American coinedoTtr produced with R
Siredtsli Dialect Clinr.ictorns the Central Ileure ,
FUN FHOM FIRST TO
1DIS.AS ! TvTTH T T" IUT > { |
60 'CrSI IN. Jt ± x W 1JAIS013S
"And the Band Played OLE OLSOW. "
Seals otis.ilo Saturday morning ,
MTGI-KPS.
COMMENCING , MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 8TH.
| I THE IlOIHVTir ACTOn , MH.
{ I Z HARRY
AND TilK-
V OOSEI J 1
IntroriucliiRtho prantl VnKlnoIlou onconi1 , with
the "Uulilntimllltcli" nnillhn di > h of lior n * nnil
full nro companr to llui contliistratlon , acltnlited lo
l > o tlio muit tlirlllliii ; iccnocrer | > lacu < lou tlioclriinia-
tlc > IIKO.
tentn will Loput on su'a ' S.nlurdny luomlns , at
prlcuH.
ThB Grand , One Week
Coniniciicing Sunday , ScpL 7th.
With Saturday Matinee.
THE GIFTED .ACTOH.
Newton ; Beers ,
Sunday , Monday an-J Tnc diiy , "Lost In
'
Lomliui
VcdiiO'idayTliiir3tlii7niil 1'rlday , "Knoch
Anlcn. "
s-jtiirdiy. matlnoo und nUlit , "CricketOn
The Hearth. "
Kloiniiit Scenery , llrnutldil Costuroos.
ropulnr nili'cti. 25 , U anil OOc , Itoi blicot
Dime
WIM. LAWLJvIt , MA.VAOErt ,
CORNER 11TH AND FARNAM STS , OMAHA.
. i'tllc ' AnnteKtlson , Soibrcttc.
O LxETTK TRIO ,
( iroteiquo Slack Wlro Pijrroriucri ,
TO A * rn-uoxjLiKij : ! :
ll/lMVJ CONTOKT10N13T.
One Dime Aclrnll. Lo
GLASCOW , LOKDOIIDERRY , BELFAST
DUSLfN , LIVERPOOL &LOKDON ,
KKOM NKW TOHFC EVKnr TUtJHSDAr.
Csbin P iag $3St $50 , acctrdlnglo location of
lUteidom. EcunionG5 ( IOJ95 ,
Btccrnmlo nnl Iron Knnpo utlrcit Ilalev
AUJTIH BALDWIN ACO.Cenetil , Arjtnti ,
63 Droida ) , NEW YORK.
Jnn. Illr pn , Genprnlc lcrn Agoiit , 12
Jod.Ciinnt KniKliliih ; . tu-ct. t'hlca.-o. Hurt1Moort. .
" 3
DdMITO JUARKZ.
tndortho JUnnttnictitor tb (
Basicm Inlernalional Banking CoContssiomricD. , (
Incorporated By Iho Slain of ChihuahuaMex
ice , ( or Charitable Purposes.
GR. Q MONTHLY DRYING ,
will lihofo \ \ Inpulillentlhocllrof Junroi ( for-
tnorlU'asoilel Jforto " "Ico.
Wednesday , Sept. 24th , 1890
nndrrtlie rorsonnl . .ion ( if O n. . ! ( ) . .
N. .VOS11V. niiU Mr. CAMII.O
l.KS , botlitontk'iuoaot tilxli sUmll
CAPITAL PRIZE , $60,000.
Only 60 , GOO Ticket ; ! Only 60 , 000 Tickets !
WHOU TICKETS $4 , HAUTICKETS $2 ,
QUARTER TICKETS , $1.
i Prize of SG 0,000 . $60 $ ,000
11'rlr.oof JOUUO , .
1 I'rlzoof ' G.UOO C.OWI
:5 : Vrlzosof 1,000 , rnoh 3.OOO
10 I'rlzcsof 200 raull 2.0O )
601'rlzcsof 100c.icil 6,000
100 1'rlKQDor no each C.OOO
ZoOPrlzeaof 30 cadi 7,500
I'rl/.oa ,
100 Prlzonof IfiOeach . I G.OOO
10O 1'rlzoiof IJOcneh . 11.000
100 Prizes of Socnch . 2,500
Torintuttl Trl/os.
K > nTcrmlnalstof.flOOOI > rzoof ! 20 < 3eli. Ill.OSO
6yj 'Icruilnuls to 410,000 1'rtto OHIO each . 6 , a )
1914Prizeiatr.oimtngta ! 5125,070
We , tlio uni ) < riliin 1. borebr cerilfr tint tbi
Ilnncn Knclonnlor MoiU-o.ln C'limunlina hmon < lo-
poallfromtliwMexican InernHtionnlllankliiii Co ,
iho necourr funds M uuamntvij llin pnynpnt 01
all rilio ( Innvnln the < ; i" I.olpi-ln.I tiurvz.
Wifiirllier cettlfylliitt wllsuj ! > ervlo ll tlio
nrrnnL'Oninits.iiiul In PITPIII ninnnuo rtrnl control
all tbo dni'lncior tills I.oltory.jtul Dial the HUM
urn roiiilticlrd with bnncMr , lulrncoa , Bud la good
.
JOHNS. rVIOSBY.CommlBslonor.
C.un i.o Aiinciir.j.ES ,
Supervisor for the Govorrmcnt.
;
If ny tlckot drawing n rrlio l sent to thnnndor-
Hi u neil , Itiritcnvaluowlll to folU'rtedtna remitted
to the owner tlicreollrcoof cliArv * .
KUOAlt II HllOVSON ,
I'ros. UlPaso National lIsnk.KI l > a oToi
AflKXTS " % VAA'TCI ,
Forclnlir tcior nnr othsr iiilormntlon. irrlto to
tlio niularilffntnl , Ktntmtf yn\ir \ ndilrcnsclanrlr , wltb
htato , Connty. Mrot lantl Number. 31oro rni'lJ ' clo-
llrerrrillbo uimro'lbr ' your enclosing un euvol *
ope bearing 7nur f ulladdrces ,
JlKXIOAN IXTEflM A.TIOS-AI , U ANKINO CO. ,
Citjr of Juarez , ilorlco.
Sepcl romlttnnros tot tlfkots by ordinary letter ,
containing Mnn r Onlor , Issued IIT nllexproiB coin.
Piinlen , Nuir Vorlc Kichnnifi1. liHiik drall or postal
Doto. A < lilreHflAll r nl toroil Icttrrn to
M2AICANI.VTKUVATIONAI.1IA.NKIVO CO. .
City o ( Juarez , Mexico , via hi 1'aso , Tur.
DIAMONDS ,
WATCHES , Etc.
Our stiles on both DIAMONDS
\VATCIIES have Icen UNUS
UALLY" IA.KGE of Into , owin to
our CUT PRICES. Out- stock of
MOUNTED DIAMONDS wns pot-
linjr pretty low , BO wo luivo just pot
a larpo number of CHOICE
STONKS ol OUU O\VN JMPOll-
TATION' , and wo olTor them nt a
SMA LL A D V A N ( J B ABOVE
COST , The Betting's comprise a
lnri.ro variety of SOLITAIRE and
CLUSTEU HINtiS , SINGLE
STUDS. EAIW NfiSnROACHKS
LACK PINS , PENDANTS , HAIR
OUNAMENT.S , SLIillVE BUT-
TOXH , COLLAU BUTTONS ,
BHACKLIJTS , N B C K L A C US ,
LOCKBT.S , etc. SPECIAL. DE
SIGNS 01SKTTINGS inado nnd
LOCJisB STONES of all sl/.cs
MOUNTED TO ORDER. Uublos ,
Sapphires , Emornlds , Pearls , and
all other precious eionus , mounted
and loose.
OUU GREAT SLAUGHTER
SALE of WATCHES ia btill in
progress.
SOLID GOLD WATCHES for
Limioj at $15. $ S20 , tM , $00 $ , W5 , $10 ,
? | j , $ . "ii ) , and umviird.
CJISNTLKMJlX'ri SOLID GOLD
'ATCFJKS of all kinds , froniSUo
up to tlio finest tfradosElcln ( , Val-
thnm.IIowiird , etc ) .
LADIES' nnd GENTS' ' FINE
GOLD KILLED WATCJUCS.
.American movements , warranted
from 15 to ! i > years , outy $ ll,7u ;
vortli$2fi anil upward.
SOLID SILVT.R WATCHES ,
8.5.75.88. HO. J12. $15 and tip.
NICKEL WATCHES , S2..00 , ? 3.75
und 55.
SOLID GOLD CHAINS AND
LOCKKTS ; HOI.LEIJ PLATK
CHAINS AND CHARMS sold at
KEUUOKD PRICI1S to purcluuors
ot\\riitohcs during this Bale ,
5.000 K1N13 SOLID GOLD FIN
GER HI GS IroinSi to lOcucli ,
lleralrin a Specialty.
NOTICE Strangers vistlnff the
city tire respectfully invited to call
and take a look tlirouijli our estab
lishment , whether wishing to imr-
chuBQroody ( or not ,
MRX MEYER
& BR.O
. , .
Sixteenth and Faniain Streets
u NPBEOEDBNTBD ATTHAOTION
OVI'U A MILLION UlSTUIUl TKD.
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
IIT the l , < Kl < lntnrv for c Infill in > l
irpi > , f , in frunthlin mi to p rtof
tlic prc < fiil t iln iMii tiinili > n , In HJl uy n ovcf
vote , nnd
To continuo until
Jnnunry 1st , ! 8Oi3.
IU MAMMOTH DRAWINGS taU.j pines
Seinl-Annvinlly fJuno nnd Uecpinln'r-aiui iti
Grand Slagla Number Drawings tiikaplacu
Iti each of the other ten months of the vcir
mul nro all Jrawnln public , nt the A 'ad 01117
of Music , N ow Orloins , Ln.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS ,
F"or Integrity of Ita Drnwlnosniul
Prompt Pnymont of Prizes.
Altcstod nifullow.it
H"WoUolicrolr ) crrtlf y tint w urerrl ollio r
rnii onnTt < for nil ihn iiimthlr nn < l KCIII ! nntinitt
IrniliiKiof tlu < laiiilsliini Mule l.otlory Ci'iiipiuir ' ,
nnil III poriiin in.tnnM ami control llu" clniirliij ,
lirm olxp * . nnd ttuit the t > nine nro comlncttM nitti
itinoily. fairiii1 * * . fti I lit cotnl fnllh tontiMl ntl jtir *
lo , nil no iinlhoilfotliu niniimny l < > n e HUH < vr-
tlllulo vrltli fno Mmilaj ut our
u It ) iul\cnlsciiH'iu. ,
COMM is <
_
Vtt , tlioirndiT'l iiol liunks ninl tmnkpr * . n HIT
in ( irirni ura n in mo M > ui mnn { .itu
w hlcli may lie | > ri'9i-iili'ii ntouicounlcrt
JMV'i : ; lvitlX'l'r"lil'olllslll"llN" : | : ; 1' " | : ii | < -
I'll liUK.ANA f.\ . 1'roK.StaliNation' ' ! ll.-mle.
GRA.ND MONTHLY 1)RA\VLNG ) \
At the Academy of Jtuslc , N ow Orleans.
Tuesday , Sopt. Oth , 18UO.
CAPITAL PKlZli , $300,000.
HjU.OOll TU-Kets nt TwiMily HnlliiM oafli.
HnlxvH.flU ; Qnurlera. J , ' . ; Tentln , fc'j Twiii-
MfT orruixi.s.
1 I'KIZK OfMiU.UUlii . f.-UM ( XJ
IPIUZKPK ' llW.lWIls . IiI ' lMl
.
aruivis OK KMMU nro
Ol'lllKCS 1)1' % ug nrc
S.M'K17hS OK 1,00 nro
10(1 ( I'Kl/KS OK filK ) tire
-1II'IUXK < OK 1(0 ( nro I4U > |
d OK 2IW nro JuuiOJ
Jil'l'lUl.MJlAIIDN I'lllZU.
r $ ' < \nro ) . .
IWl'rlz.'jor OHnra
1XJ ( I'rlrvidC JjUnro
TKIIM1V.M. I'UI/KS.
'rlro or fin.nrc )
'rl/viuf llWuri !
3,134 , Prize ? amounting to . $1,05-1,800
NoTK.-Tlpl.cli drinliiKCaillal ; I'rlaM nre nolun-
tltloil tolcrnilnal iirlren.
AGENTS WANTED.
irK nCl I'll ' ll.mn. or nnyfurl'irr ' Infvnnntlm
tlr lr04t writ , * ICK ! lilv t tin , inulpriluiicd. . c'lcirljr
Mtntlni ; your iT'ttloiuo , vrltli Ktnto , c'Uiuitv , Ptrt utHinl
tiiimbi-r Moro ru | > M ruluni mall ili'llrory ivlll ha
uiiurudby your uncluolnjun ciuulopo bo.irln yuur
IMPORTANT :
Aclilross M.A. nAITPIIIN.
NowUrlc.ins , Iiiu
OrM. A. DAUPHIN.
\\nsliltiKton \ , 0. 0.
Fly ordlnirylpttor , uuiilnlnlni ; MOVEV ( lni > Kiil -
ftufd by nil OJITOSI coiiiiKinluH Sow York Kiolianiio ,
dralt uriio.Ht.il note.
Address Registered Letters Containing Cur
rency to
NK\V \ OltLKAXS NATIONAL HANK ,
NowOrlouis : , I. a.
tint the payiucnt nfprl7oi liOl'Alt-
11V IOIMI NATIONAL IIA > K8 of Now Or-
lcnn . nml the tlpkfti arc slKiifl liy llui piimlOuntof
nn Institution whou t'liiirtor lrlKlitii tire ri'ntc'iltixl '
In tlio lilglm.xt court ! , tlirrufuru , bo > ru ufnll luiltn-
tloni tiranoiirnioiiiiiclu'mnt.
lir.SirMUHIt. tint the pruM'ntrhmlrr oTliolXti- (
Itiinii Mnti ; lolti-ry Couiiunv , nlik'litlie bUl'UI'.MIO
t'OUUT tilT111C U. S lin iliVldU't to no sv COX-
TIlAOTnltli tliu Stiild of t.oiilnlunn ami u imrtoC
tliol'oinlltutlon of Iho ttiiti ) . DOl'.S.NOT ciplrolIN-
'i'lIiTlli : KlltST OK.IANl'AIIV , IMii.
'Iho l 'fflHlnturn of Loulslnnii , lilc'i ndjoiirncilon
tlwlillliuf .Tulyof tliln vi'nr ' , lin < ( irilirml niiA.MKNIJ-
MJi.Vl'ti ) tlltl C'unltitiitlon of tUo itatoln hiuill-
lulllcd to thoppoplo lit niK'Incllon Inl .U. vhlchivlll
Cdrry thochiirt < Tof'niKU > lMASASTATK ! I/OV-
n KY ctiMt'A.sr UP to iiio row NINKTKKN nu.v-
DllKl ) AMI NIMJIiiC.N :
NIMJIiiC.N"Y
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