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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : S TURDASJ DECEMBER G , 1890 ,
INTERFERES WITH BUSINESS ,
Complaint of South Omaha Packora Regard
ing the Mall Delivery.
LOSS OF A DAY IN TRANSMISSION ,
5Cho N'clirnnlca Delegation In Congress
to l o ItcqucHtctl to Investigate
and Secure Ailrqtinte Postal
TUP. BEK Thursday voiced tbo opinion ! ) ot
Bovornl responsible people In South Oinnha
regarding the Inadequacy of tbo mall facili
ties between that bustling plnconnd Oils city.
It showed tlmt with a postal business second
only to Ornaha In the state , the discontinu
ance of the Union Paclflcdummy hnd reduced
tbo ninll arrivals to two n day , while the busi
ness 01 the city required not lower than six.
It also showed thut a combined effort was
bclnp nmdo to Induce the Union I'nclflo to es
tablish Its dummy service between Council
Bluff nnd South Omaha , or as formerly , to
Postmaster Glasgow of South Omaha was
spoken to on the subject. Ho Bays that
everything possible Is beltiR done to scciiro
ample service In the transmission ana the
receiving of mall matter. A sreot deal of
the delay Incident to the cliatiKhiR aud trans
ferring malls from Council Ulufls , ho claims
has been obviated by his efforts in securing
pouches direct from" the Kansas City route at
(1:20 and 10UOa. in. , nnd li and 7:80 : p.m. ,
from the 11. & M. , nt 8 ami 11 a. m. from the
Hock Island , at 11 n. m. , ! ) : HO and 8 p , m. and
from the St. Paul mid Council IllufTs nt 11 a.
m. "Wo are working , " ho sold , "every ef
fort and using every meani to huvo a direct
messenger sorvlco , both morning and even
ing between hero and Council Blurts , so that
mail matter will not bo delayed nor a train
"Our mall facilities nt present for the out
going tire as follows :
"East and South At 11 UO a. in. , 0 , Band 7
p. m ,
"West At 10 n. in. and t > mid 8 p. m.
Omaha pouches uL7 and 1U)0 : ! ) a. in , , 3:30 : , 5
nnil7U : ! ) p. in.
"Tho direct connections are as follows : At
11 a. m. for Omahn and northern lowii ; ! 1 p.
m. , nil oaatnnd south ; -I p m. nil west and 7
p. m. , nil east ; direct arrivals are nt 7 a. m. ;
from Omahn , lOtiiOn. m. and Ili.'iO p. m. , from
the cast nnd south , 7:30 : p. in. from the east.
The ICnnsas City mall that formerly arrived
nt 7 a. in. now arrives nt 10 : ! )0 ) and the U &
M. Is now received nt 7:80 : Instead of 5 :150 : p.
in. as hereto fore. " .
Superintendent Edward A. Cudnny of the
Cudnhy packing company , who has taken an
active interest In Improving the mail facili
ties , furnishes the following copy of letters
sent to Manager Bahcock of the stockyards ,
Superintendent Juines Vlles , Jr. , the Oinnha
packing company ; A. C , Foster of Swift &
Co , , Hy II. Medny ot the Q. II. Hammond
company , the cashiers of local banks nnd
business men , which clearly point out the m-
adcnunto service and the pressing needs of
the business Interest of South Omaha :
\Vedo not know , of course , to what extent
you urn Inconvenienced by the present mull
ing fiioilltltM ol South Uinnlm , but wo pie-
fiuino that your Gxuurloncu lnii boon nuieli
lllcu our DUMI. Von huvo probably noticed
tlmt mall arriving atUmalia from tlio oust at
10:15 : n. in. Is very rnroly. If over , ilellvuiocl ut
vourolllco until 1 o'clock ur 4:30 : p. in. of the
Hiunodiiy oftentimes not until tlio follow
ing inornliiK- The same van also ho mild of
mall from Kansas City , i t. Louis and the
BOiitn arrlvljiR In Omaha at I p. m. , and \oty
frequently not tlollvureU until thu following
morning , The same can bo said of nearly
every mall that wo litivo , und , If you 'vlll
refer to the tnall time-card of Omaha nnd
compare llu > nutiibcrof nmll locolptaaml ilo-
Surturts , with the receipts and. donarturm of
oath UiMiilm , you will bcu to wlmt a dlsad-
wo arc placed.
Our im'sent futilities. for malls urrltlng ,
tire ns follows : Dummy , 7 n. in. ; Union I'ncllie ,
10:110 : n. in. ; Chicago & Noriliwostorn , ! lii : : )
p. m , ; duinniy , 5:30 : p.m. ; Union I'acltte,7:40 :
p. in ,
Out-solus Malta Dummy , 7:10 a. m. ; Union
Pacific. 1 ! ! m. ; Union Pacific , : i : : ) p. mj duni-
in v , fWlOp. m , ; Union I'aclllo , 12 p. m.
What wo Intend doing Is to wrHoaprotty
strong Ititlur of nrotvHt to Mr. J. G. rninor.
rhlof clerk of the railway mall service at
Omaha , and nut before hlmtliodlsadvantacet
under which wo BiilTor. Wo think thut , by
united action on thu uart of the South Omaha
Jntoiosts. wo may bo ublo to ulfcot abettor
Wo will address a copy of this letter to the
( lltTcrunt naaklng IKIIISUS , stoukyardsand the
banKs and cmlo.ivorto liuluco thorn to wrltb
n letter c'overlng the same subject , bosliln
which wo expect to bring whatever political
Inllneiico we oan to bear through our con-
grtsMiicn and hotmlors , and think your co
operation In the same dlrojtion necessary to
whatever HUCCOSS wo may antlclpulo.
i'lciiHu lut ns know what. If any. your action
will bo In 1 ho matter. Yours truly ,
TUB AllMOUll-CUUAlIV-l'ACKINfl CO.
K. A. 0.
Mr. Cudnhy says that if the government
docs not furnish better services the business
Interest here will have to establish u local
Superintendent Medny of the O. II. Hammond
mend company nays that tbo present mall
service Is little loss than mi outrage on the busi
ness interests at this point. "Entitled to the
best , " bo says , "wo receive very inadequate
service. ! ' Ho favors the manager of the stock
yards , the superintendents of the packing
nouses nnd the local business interests going
in a body to the oniclnls nnd laying the mat
ter before them so that the needs might bo
comprehended and the adequate rollof
THE UNION I'ACiriO.
Union Pacific officials claim that they have
not received any complaint before concerning
tbo hick of mall facilities between Omaha
and South Omahn.
The dummy trains carry two malls a day ,
ono hi the forenoon mid ono in the afternoon ,
nnd this Is inclusive of mall that goes direct
on the regular trains to South Omaha with
out having passed through the Omaha post-
The oftlclnls further claim that the business
between Omaha nnd South Omahn would not
warrant an Increase In tin ) train service , aud
tlmt it is not probable that tbo service will bo
Increased , especially ns an effort is being
made to toduco expenses by cutting down the
service wherever It can ho done without ilut-
Imcnt to tbo public and to the company's In
AT TIIK rosTorncE.
Chief Cleric Crixmor of tbo railway mall
Oorvico said that the question was ono which
Jjnd claimed his attention for several months.
The hist move of Jtlio railway company , in
taking oft two trains , while it had not es
pecially injured the service , bad served to u.r- (
Ho bad held , ho said , several consultations
with the postmaster nt South Omahn nnd
with representatives of the packing houses ,
but as yet nothing hud been done As the
matter now stood thcro was llvo malls daily
to South Omaha , at On m. , 10:20 : a. m.'Jf : > 0
p. m. , Oift ) p. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. There were
four mulls dally from South Omaha to this
city , nt 11 : 15 a. m. , 3:55 : p. in. , 0:10 : p. m. nnd
0:05 : p. in. The chief dilllculty seemed to ho ,
ho said , that there was no mail after 0 o'clock
nt night until nearly noon of the following
day , which often resulted in delaying busi
ness an cntlro day.
In reply to n question ns to tbo feasibility
of using the motors to carry the malls , Mr.
Cramer said that that would ujt improve
matters , ns the diniculty lay In having the
malls curded from South Omaha to the depot
iu order to catch outgoing trains. If tha
malls were topothrouph the Omaha post-
office , It would cause nn unnecessary delay.
Ilo was in favor of having the malls carried
by private conveyance.
Ho stated that Lowls ti. Troy , division
superintendent of the mall service , would ar
rive In tlio city In a fawdays and the matter
would bo brought to his attention.
Ki\ 1 1 road Nuc
Vice President Holcotnb of the Union Pa
cific left Thursday uftcraoou for Boston ,
called there by the serious illuess of bis sou ,
who Is a student at llnrvardcollcgo.
C. II. Duxburry ol tbo Baltimore ts Ohio ,
Chnrles Fitzgerald of the Louisville & Nush-
vllle , ( JuarlOit Hnniiu of the L. , N. , O. &T. ,
nndV. . T. Martin of tbo Wabaslf are traveling -
ing passenger agents who wcro lu tbo city
The dirt from the excavation for the frclfiht
O.cpot is being used for broadening the coun
cil Bluds approach to the Union Pucitlo
bridge. Itumors of motor Hues across the
bridge Imvo boon occasioned by this work ,
but , of course , are denied nt headquarters.
General Passenger Agent Francis of tha
Burlington returned justunluy from Chi-
cupo , where bo has been intending n meeting
of the Western passenger association. Bui
Ittlo was accomplished nt the mooting otbcr
than the bracing up of the demoralized busl-
less between St. Paul nnd Chicago.
Tbo railroads are planning for nn imracnso
Omaha-Lincoln bualncsi durluR the coining
winter. Tim Hock Island is planning to com.
nenco running trains the latter part of the
irescnt month nnd will nut on three trains
after January 1. The Union Pnclflo content-
ilntci nil additional Lincoln train , nnd tbo
Jurlington promises n special "legislature"
Iyer that will make the run iu on hour and
ten minutes ,
Mr. II. K. Webb , who ha * been employed
as locating engineer by the Denver & Hlo
3rando , is in tbo city. Ho says the great
"scenic route"ta \ cobwebbed tbo mountains
of Colorado with now branches nnd lias
opened up roads into many of tbo finest min-
ng localities in the west. While locating a
Ino in Qoro creek canyon Mr. Webb discov
ered a deposit of copper aud claimed it. lie
thinks ho has a fortune in sight.
1.1m Smelter Combine.
President Quy Barton of the smelting works
returned yesterday morning from Chicago ,
where ho had been attending a conference of
representatives of the numerous smelting
works in the country , which closed last
The result of the meeting , as stated la tbo
Press dispatches , had been to outline a plan
for a central association with a view to reduc
ing the expenses of the various plants. This
plan will bo submitted to nil the smelting
companies for their consideration.
Secretary Nnsh stated that tbo management
of the Omaha works bud not considered the
matter and ho could not sny what the result
of such a conference might bo , but there
would bo no stops taken which would bnvo
any interest to the public , or any inllucnco
upon the ere market. Ho was of the opinion
; hnt the local company would bnvo n number
) f changes to recommend in the general plan
joforo becoming a party to the coiuUlnatlou ,
Dr.Birnoy cureS catarrh. Boo bld.jj
The funeral of Charles Rlowo , the veteran
undertaker of the city , who died Thursday ,
took place from the residence , Twenty-sixth
ind Walnut , nt 9 o'clock yesterdny morning.
1'ho deceased wnsslxty-thrceycars of n o nnd
tor twenty-six of these hnd been iu the un
dertaking buslucds iu Omaha.
The funeral services were hold
nt the German Catholic church ,
Seventeenth and Center streets , nt
10 o'clock , after which the remains were in
terred in the German Catholic cemetery.
The members of 1C. , of 1' . lodge No. 'M at
tended the funeral In n body.
Tbo following undertakers of the city were
present and contributed n magnificent Moral
pillow : Al. O. Maul , II. K. Bucket. 1 . C.
Hcafoy , C. W. Orlug , J. A. Tnggart and N.
iVftcr the funeral the undertakers mot nt
M. O. Maul's ' and passed resolutions of con
dolence which will bo presented to Mrs.
Hie we. |
German or French In Five \Vcekg.
Ono term of ouch will bo glvou by the
natural method nt Y. M. C. A. , com
mencing with free lessons today. Gor
man tit -1:30 : und 8 p. inf. French at 7 p. in.
1113 KKSISUOi ) AUUKST.
A Clothing Thief Collides \vlth a Po-
lIccinnn'H Clul ) .
James Dally Is n large , powerful thief who
attempted to replenish his somewhat depleted
wardrobe yesterday at tbo expense of the
Nebraska clothing company. Daily wont
into the store and pretended to bo selecting a
suit of clothing. Ho was hard to suit nnd
wont from counter to counter in search of
goods that would plcaso his fastidious eye.
Finally , when the clerks were all busy with
other customers , Dally found the goods ho
wanted , and tucking them snugly under hU
arm and picking n 4 hat oft another counter
as ho went out , ho started down Douglas
street without stopping to Inquire the price
of the goods.
At Twelfth street Dalloy was overtaken by
Patrolman IIuzo , and a regular ghost aunco
with two participants was then and
there enacted. Dalloy refused to betaken
taken nnd the ofncer had to use
his club freely. Haze received
several scratches und bruises and Dallcy
looked ns though ho had been struck by a
pllo driver when ho reached tbo police sta
tion. Ho had n new oveivbat on which Is bo-
llevcd also to have bcou stolen.
For Derangement of tlio Ijlvcr.
Use Dr. Hereford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. O. Y. Cilley , Boston , Mass. , says :
"Havo used it extensively and witn the most
remarkable success. I give it in dyspepsia
and in all cases where there is derangement
of the liver and kidneys. With my patients
it bos agreed wonderfully.
Notes About the City.
William SUmton of Stockton , 111. , is the
guest of P. A. Barrett
Mrs. H. Zobish is quite ill.
C. C. Stanley h.is como in from his farm.
Frank Maupin is looking after his absent
Colonel E. P. Savngo has returned from
his ranch in Custor county.
Mrs. Samuel Shrigloy U visiting her pa
rents , Mr. and Mrs. James Danloy , Ashland.
John Forbes , ofllco manager nt the Cudahy
packing houses , Is in Chicago visiting friends.
The Cndahy pepsin works were put in run
ning order yesterday nnd llred-up for the first
Superintendent James H. Halo of the
Cudahy packing force Is hack at his post
uftcr his illness.
Frank I. Murphy of Swift & Co.'s ofllco
force is out on a little Jaunt through the cen
tral part of the state.
Frank , young son ot Thomas Ad.ams , Q
street , between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-
eighth streets , is down with diphtheria.
Fred Gossmnn of the commission firm of
Rurko& 1-Ynzier. hns returned nftor n trip
through the northwest ns far as Puget Sound.
A load of hay upset In the Third ward
Thursday afternoon , covering the driver.
Active work was required to prevent his
being smothered ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Mauror of Douglas.
Wyoming , nro the guests of Postmaster and
Mrs. Glasgow nnd Deputy J. F.MoUoynolds.
Mr. Mnucr U county attorney.
William Mack has resigned as night Union
Pucllio ngent to accept a position with Swift
& Co. , us car invoicer. H. 13. Campbell has
been appointed to 1111 the vacauoy. .
James , aged two months , son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. W. Shannon , N nnd Twentieth
streets , died Thursday und was buried in
Laurel Hill cemetery at U o'clock yesterday
Superintendent A. O. Foster presented
Firemen .lamas T. Donaboo and John Has-
burgh with rubber coats and rubber boots for
their ofltctent service at the late ilro at Swift
& Co.'s packing houses.
To Nervous Dcbilitntoil
If you will send us your address wo will
send you Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltalo Belt
and Appliances on trial , They will quickly
restore you to vigor , manhood and health.
Pamphlet freo. VOI.TAIO BELT Co. , Marshall ,
D. U. Morse , western superintendent of the
Fidelity Liio insurance company of Phtladel-
phln , died in this city yesterday. The remains
will bo forwarded to his homo lu Chicago
Dr. Charles A. Jefforlos died at his homo ,
911 North Twenty-eighth avenue , Thursday ,
ngod 70 years. The deceased was a practic
ing physician and hnd been blind for thirty
years. Tno funeral will bo announced here
Oscar Wlldo talks of coming back nnd sny
ho won't mind the ocean trip so long as no
can get plenty of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to
kill oft colds.
it is tbo host selling thing on our shelves ,
is what the dealers sny of Salvation Oil. AVe
don't ' wonder , as everybody speaks well of It.
' Military Notes.
Private Leopold , hospital corps , on duty at
Columbus barracks , has been transferred to
Fort Sidney , Nob.
Lieutenant Colonel Sanford , Ninth cavalry ,
on duty at Fort Lcavonworth , has beau or
dered to join UU refitment lu the field.
Dr. BIruoy cures catarrh , Boo bid ; .
Why Will You.
Continue to use medlclno containing
mercury and po'aih , when you know
iliat It will ruin your heaUh. Swift's
Specific S.S. S. while
s.s. s. it contains no mercury -
cury or poison of
any kind , it la Iho only permanent
cure for contagious Blood Taint , or
IS Uowaro of clicnp
PURELY Imitations and
VEGETABLE called blood purifi
er i claiming to bo Just as good. Thcic
is onlOD3 S. i ? . S. Tnko nothing else.
BOOK ON BLOOD j/IO SKIft DI3 U ffCC.
T cwlft cprrlflo Co , At'anta , On.
C. L. Erlokson , Local Aprt.200 N.lOth St
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C B. MOORE & CO. , Agti. ISIS Dodge St.
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I'ultn lu tlio Itnck , Clit'st and Limbs , and nil the uiual
CONSEQUENCES OP TAKING GOLD.
The nppllontlon of IIADWAY'3 HEADV UBLIKP. to the parts nffcotod , will Instantly rolloTO nnil soon
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a few moments. Cramps Spivsnn , Sour Htomncli , Colic , flatulence , Hoirtbuni , Diarrhoea , Sick Hi-ndaoho ,
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Van Houten's has fifty per cent , more flesh-forming proper
ties than exist in the best of other cocoas.
VAN HomiN's COCOA
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST. " '
The tissue of the cocoa bean is so softened ai to render
it easy of digestion , and , at the same time , the aroma is
O3VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA ( "once tried , always used " ) It the nrlgclnnl , pure , oln.
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SLUGGED nr FOOTPADS.
Edgar C. Snydcr of Tlio Heo Ilrutally
Ono of the most dnring nnd audacious at
tempts at robbing that lias occurred in Omaha
for some time took place last night on Twen
ty-sixth street botwcon Capitol nvcnuo and
Dodge streets. A few minutes before 8
o'clock , as Mr. Edgar C. Snyder of THU DEI :
reportorial force left his homo to como down
town , ho was mot on the sidewalk lu front of
his residence by two largo , burly footpads ,
ouo of whom tfraspcU Mr. Snyder by the
throat while the other made a prab for his
watch. A lively scuftlo ensued , in
which Mr. Snyder , although talien
completely by surprise and strug
gling under great disadvantages , ns the
robber and liad htm by the throat , made it so
Interesting for his assailants that they failed
to got access to his pockets or got hold of his
watch ctmin. After a short scullllo Mr. Snyder
partially freed hltnsolf from the grasp of the
robber and yelled lustily. Ho was instantly
struck on tire head with a club or slung shot.
nftor which ho called again for help. Ono of
the vllllans struck him again a
heavy blow across the head with
a weapon of sumo sort and felled him to the
sidewalk. They thou made oil toward the
north on n keen run.
Mr. Snydcr's cries for help wcro heard by
his wife and sistur , and they came out in time
to see the robbers disappear in the darkness.
Mr. W. H. Muntofering , who lives next door ,
was also attracted by the calls for
help , and hurried to hU assistance.
Mr. Suydcr was helped indoors and
n physician was summoned to dross the
wounds on his head. Ills Injuries , although
qulto painful , nro not considered serious
enough to keep him indoors moro ttuiu a day
The darkness and the surprise at being sot
upon so close to his homo and in n thickly
populated part of the city at that hour in
the day prevented Mr. Snyder from
getting u good view of his assailants , and ho
is therefore unublo to glvo anything like a
definite description of them Ho pscnned
without losing any money or other valuables.
A cough , cold orsoro throat should not bo
neglected. Brown's Bronchial Troches are a
simple remedy and give prompt relief. 25
cts u box. _ _
A V M Alii
Congress Connoll's Kff , > rU to Kstnb-
UB | ) Ono In Oinnlin.
The item in TUB BEE'S Washington corres
pondence , to the effect that Congressman
Conncll hnd prepared an argument in favor
of the establishment of a now division of the
railway mail service to Include Nobrask.i ,
Wyoming and Idaho , with Omaha as the
Headquarters , has revived Interest In the
matter. Several attempts have been made
to establish such n division , but tboy have
boon unsuccesstul. The division of
which Nebraska Is a part In
cludes Illinois , Iowa , Nebraska , Idaho ,
Wyoming and .ports of Oregon , ICnnsas ,
Colorado and South Dakota. Chicago is the
headquarters , and the district is about ono
thousand eight hundred miles in length , the
extreme western point being at Huutingtcm ,
An act of congress would bo required to es
tablish a now division , nnd some of the post-
ofllco oulcials are not sanguine of success In
this line , OH it Is stated that the present head
of the malll service has expressed himself as
being opposed to the establishment of anymore
A division with headquarters In this city
would , in the opinion of the postal officials , bo
advantageous to Omaha in many respects. It
would necessitate un increase In the clerical
force of the oftlco ana would greatly oxpcdlto
the correction of errors. In the _ language of
Chief Clerk Cramer , "Tho nearer a place Is
to headquarters the better It U looked
It is stated , on authority , that the amount
of business transacted lu the oftlco of tbo
chief clerk of the mail service at this point
exceeds thut of some of the division head
quarters , notably that at Fort Worth , Tex.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for ohll
droa teething , softens the gums and allays
all palu. 25 cents a botth.
EMS MADE BY MAN !
To live upto aft that you make is an err or.
Not to carefullyjconsider where to buy and why you should buy is an error.
To pay a big price for clothing because the store advertises heavily and charges big rates in
order tor maintain big expenses is worse than an error.
To suppose that you can do better than you can at the Misfit Parlors is an error.
To pay $35.ooufor'a ready-made suit when the Misfit Parlors will sell you a $45 custom-made
suit for $20.00 is an error.
To pay $6 and $8 for poorer pants than the Misfit Parlors will sell you $3 and $4 is an error
. All ALTERATIONS QONE FREEOFCHARGET 0 INS UREA PERFECT FIT.
SEXEX WHAT YOU OAN SA.VE.
SUITS. FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS , PANTS.
$70 custom nmdo still for $32.50 $05 custom nmdo overcoat for $ : t'2.00 $10 custom made pnnts for $8.25
$00 custom nmdo suit for ifltO.OO $00 custom mmU > ovcrcoiil for. . . . . $28.50 $15 custom iniiilo pants for $7.50
$55 custom nmdo suit for $27.50 $50 custom nmdo orcrcont for $ -1.50 $ ii : custom nmdo pnuts for $ ( ! ,50
$50 custom nmdo suit for $25.00 $15 custom made orcrcont for $20.00 $12 oiistom mnilo pants for $11.00
$15 custom nmdo suit for $20.00 $10 custom nmdo overcoat for $17.50 $10 custom miulo pants for $5,00
$10 custom nmdo suit Tor $18.50 $ ! I5 custom nmdo orcrcimt for $11.00 $ 8 custom inmlo punts fur $1.50
5 custom nmdo suit for $ lo.OU $28 custom nmdo ovcrcoiil for $12.25 $ 7 custom mule pniils for H-li.75
FULL DRESS SUITS FOR SALE OR HIRE.
Open evenings until 9 o'clock. m Saturday evenings until 10 o'clock.
1309 Farnam Street , Omaha. Neb. 1309
Ha Snys Uo AVill Soon , Publish His
TOLEDO , O. , Deo. 5. [ Special Telegram
to Tim BEE. ] The Commercial today prints
the first authorized statement by Uov.
Howard McQueary of Canton , O. , regarding
his coming trial for heresy. In this ho de
nies that ho has weakened In his convictions ,
contentions or principles , but that Uo Has
been misrepresented and desires n trial in
order to vindicate himself. Ho hopes by a
private conference with the members of the
ecclesiastical court to bavo such opportunity.
Then his vindication will DO made publlu nnd
the necessity for triul obviated. Ho oltorod ,
before hovroto bis book in which the hereti
cal doctrines were assorted that our
Savior was not bom of a vlrpin and that ho
never rose in body from the dead to resign
from the ministry , but an eminent bishop una
elghtorton clergymen and Influential laymen -
men urged him to remain. Ho refuses to sac
rifice his principles , proferritiK expulsion to
violating his conscientious convictions. The
private conference with the members of the
ecclesiastical court of Ohio is expected to beheld
hold with ! u a few days.
The now offices ot the Great Rock
Island route , 100- Sixteenth and Furnnin
streets , Omaha , tire the lineal in the city.
Call and see thorn. Tickets to all points
east ut lowest rutos.
Capture ; ! Opium.
TACOM * , Wash. , Dec. ti. [ Spoclnl Telegram
to THE BISK , ] One of the biggest seizures of
smuggled opium over made on Puget sound
was accomplished hero yesterday on the
steamer Olympian from Victoria , British Co
lumbia. The custom ofllcors boarded the
steamer as soon ns she lauded and began a
search for opium , for several seizures of
smuggled goods hud already been made on
the Olympian nnd it was known so mo ono
aboard was engaged In snmirgllng. In the
hold of the vessel and lu the coal room 200
pounds of prepared oolum was found con
cealed , The fireman of the steamer was ar
rested aud other arrests will probably follow.
A Peculiar Suit.
KOKOMO , ind. , Dec. 5. [ Special Telegram
to THE BKE , ] J. C. Dean of this city has en
tered suit in the Tipton circuit court against
Prosecutor-elect'James M. Smith , claiming
$2,500 damages for brcheh of contract. At the
time of. the republican nominntlnir conven
tion there were rival candidates for thoofllco
ana Dean alleges that Smith entered Into a
written contract to appoint the plaintiff dep
uty of Howard countyifi | ho would withdraw
In favor of the defendant. The plaintiff al-
leires that this was douo' , but that Smith has
failed to keep his part of the contract.
Excelsior Springs , Mff.V
Is the most charming all-year-round
Kcsort in America , b- .
In the county court Qeorgo SV. Dunn has
brought suit against John A. Smlloy. Tno
plaintiff alleges that forJthirtoen months ho
was in the employment , u the defendant lookIng -
Ing after his business of. ' buying and selling
horses , and that for such services thcro Is
now duo him the sum of $5'JO , which is long
Edward T. Callahan has sued Thoma *
Drennan and asks for Judgment in the sum of
( . ' 108. Ho alleges that ho graded down n lot
for Brennau and has never been paid for his
Ask for a Coolc's Extra Dry Imperial
Champagne cocktail when you need a
"bracor. " It fills the bill to a T.
The following marriage licensor were Is
sued by Judge Shields yoitorjayi
Name ana address. ABO ,
I Peter Tallly , Omaha SI
| Oliilstlanu Ougorson , Omaha. . . , , , , ij !
I Martin A. Martin , South Omaha. 27
| Emily B , Nelson , Omaha , , . . . .20
Dr. Blrney euros cautrrh , Dee
GOLD MEDAIi. PARIS. 1878.
Tf. BAKEIl & CO.'S
It abtctntclu intro cnici
it \ soluble ,
are uied In Iti preparation. It has tnen
than thrft tlmM tht ttrenyth Ut Cocoa
mixtd with S UrTh , Arrowroot or flu par ,
and If therefor * far more economical ,
cottiny Ittt than on ctnt a eup. It It
( leliciuu * , iiouriihlii , itrenxthcning , KJU
FII.Y Oiun < 3Tr.i , anJ admirably mlaptd
for InvalMinivKllci pcreoni lu health.
Sold by llrocorM
& CO , , Dorchester ,
of Itit ) > ilty ) , Impruency , WcaktifDH , Difad of
MnrrinKP.St'cretMns , Losses , Kvll l-'orebottlncs ,
Despondency , btuntcd ( Irowtli3ctc. Jjrr Jtiwit'fl
TlioUH.uids of UuunmU'i'il 'lestlmunlnlj tbnt
"RflEM STAY CURED. "
MILLION DOLLARS WORTH
OF CONTUACr WOKK
Is being advertised In n.voiNntuiiNa Nnws AND
AMKIUCAN UAII.WAY JOUIIKAI , ; published at
Tribune Hullillng , Now York City , and forsalo
by nil nowRdoalors. Price , 12 c < > nt < j.
"TO WEAK MEN
Buffcrln ! ? t mm the cllccts ot youthful t-rrora , oarlT
decay , wasting weakness , lost manhood , etc. . I will
eend a vnluablo treatise ( sr.ikul ) coiitalnlnx full
partlculnra for homo euro , I'll K IS of charKC. A
pplcndM medical work : eho\ilil \ ho rend by every
man nhn Is nervnim nnd debilitated. Aitilreps ,
I'rof. V. C. FO\VMJIt , nioodnsConu ,
N ESS CURED is rMii'i .
"uSfiaKTUBUtARtARCUSHIIl > IS
S.SSlU n d "J.N.Y.
DB.HuaiMiUKYs1 SPECIFICS are sclcntmeally anil
carefully irciiaru < l ] ) re8crlptlon3 s used for many
years lu prl vutu prnUIco with sutxobH.aml loroer
uilrty ) ears useil by tlio people. K\ery Hlnglo fapo-
clflo Li a Bpccla 1 euro for the dlseuw named.
Tlieso Speclflc'i.ciirowithout druKRlnK , purpr-
IngorrcxIuclnKtIlO eystoni , nmt are In fnc-t nnd
deed the novcrcicn roinedli-Hol llu
LIST OF rniNcirAt. voa. CUUE. * .
I VreiH Congestion. Inilaiumatlon. . .
! i Woriiin , Worm fever , Worm Colic. .
II ( ! l-yluf Colle.orTeethlugof Infauta
4 Diarrhea , of Children or AdnlU. . . .
fl DiHcntery. Griping , HIllouii Colic. . . .
l Choli-ra itlnrbun , Vomiting
7 CoiiKlix , Cold , llronchltlH
H Neunilarlit , ToothacheFncenehe. . .
! > jlcnitacheH. Sleklleadache , Vertigo . 'J/S
1(1 DyNprpMlu , Dllloua btnninch 2H
II HupiircHHodnr I'nlnful 1'orlodi ) . . ' 5
' ' I'rof Periods 'J5
1'J M'liitCH , too use
1:1 : Croup , CoiiKh , Dinicultltreathlni 'J5
1 I Hnlt Ithcuin , Erj-sliielas , Eraptlons. , VS !
15 UheiinmllMMi , Itheumatloralnsti \
1(1 V v r and A Bins Chills , Jlalarla All
17 1'lluH , lillnclorlllccdlna ; . . . .TO
III C'nturrh , IutuenzaCoIdlnthoIIeAa ! .00
'JO Wlinoplntr iontrlii Violent Coughs. .50
VI Urni-rcl Dplilllli .rhyslcalWcakuess .311
! 7 KidneyIUHCHHP * < > P
iiS Nervous Di-liillty 1.00
SO Ilrlimvy'XVonkiipBi , Wettlnttred. .00
Ui5 llgcnnu > ioftholIcartraliIUitlonl.OU
Sold by Drugelfits , or gent postpaid on receipt
of price l > u. lIuiii'iiuuYs' MANUAU (141 ( pagc )
richly hound In cloth nnd gold , mailed freo.
HUMPHREYS' MEDIOINB CO. ,
Oor. William and John Streets , New York.
e ft B E ? B < f > c
Sra Gl V ? B I IJ * & B
A Planters Experience.
'My plantation la in u malarial lilt *
trlct , ulicro fcvcrnnil agliotirovailcd.
I employ 150 liandat frcqncnlly Imlf
or them wcro nlclt. Ktrnxnonrly ( Ila-
couruged whcu l bccttu the MSO or
Tbovcstilt wnH innrvolloiiH. Jly nion
became HtroiiK und lieurty , mill E hnvo
bad uo fiirtlntr Iroublu. Wltli tliQHu
ptllH , I would nut fear to llvo lu any
notni > . " K. 111VAL , Bayou Nuro , lu.
Office , 39 & 41 Park Plum , Now York.
TRADEMARK Tin GIIKAT VHAD MAKiC
Init cure for Bom-
all dUeaioi that
follow us a 8-
quenco of Self.
ubusut n > r/HM of
Memory , Unlvcr-
BtFDRE TAKING. oi l.u ltudo AFTER TAKINO.
I'aln In the Hack , Dimness of VUlon , I'roraatnre Old
Age , nnd many olhor illnonses that luul to Insanity
or consumption nnd n prutuaturo urnvo.
rVFull pHrtleulurs In our pimphlot , which wo do-
slio to semi free by mall to crvry ono. ilf'l'tio Bpo-
clnoMoillclnoli sold nlH per pacXnsto , or alx pack-
ngei for (5 , or will be tent free by mall on receipt of
the money , by addrctilnit <
THE GOODMAN DRUG CO. ,
1110 FAKNAM STUKKT , OMAHA , NEU.
On account of countcrfclti wo Imyo ndopted the
ygllovf wrapper , the only itonulno , _
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Tor Imorovod ami economic cook-
cry , use It for HnnjiH , NiniL-cH nnd
JIIuili ) DlHhvH , In flavor liifoin-
jxinible , und Uls-iolvo.i porfuctly
cloiir In wiitcr. Mukoi dullclo n
Ileuf Tea and Ittejn in nil climate * for
any lunstli of time , 1 Ib equal to
40 Iba of lean beef. Only nort
by Justus von JlollR
nnd bears his signa
ture lu blue , thus : J S
lOureo CoughB , Colds and Lune Dlscuuett I
BOLD BY ALL DRUOOI8TB. - *
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
1302 Farnnm Street.
Harry P. Deuel ,
City PassoiiRor nnd Ticket Atront.
= OMA.MA. =
H and Soiiicil Institute
Corner Oth and Harney Streets , Omahi.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALL
Chronic Disetases and Deformities.
DR. A. T. MoLATjaHLIN , Prosidoat.
Founded by Dr. J. W. MoMonatny.
Practice limited to
Diseases of the
CuUilepsy , Jlysturo
Kp'lupH ) , Gonvnl-
Mont , Sulnal Irilta-
tlon , Ithoumatlsm.
Chronic Alcoholism ,
rnmmuptlon nnd nil
Uooms 311 ! to Il'-l ) ,
BEE BUILDING ,
GRATEFUL COMFOR TING
EPPS'S ' COGQR
"Ily a thorotiHh linowlorlgo of the natural lawi
nlilch KOTurn the operations of dilation nnd null l-
llonnnd liy ncareliilaiipllcntlun of tlio line ( iropor-
tlp of T\oll selected Cooon , Mr. lipps "lias provided
onrhrenkfnst tuhleswlth adollentely lluiorod h or-
BKO which innjr snvo in many ho.ivydoctor's lillli. U
\i \ by the judlcloiiH iibo of such nrllcloi of dlot tlmt a
constitution may bOKrudunlly htillt ui > until strunK
onoCKhU ) res 1st every tvnduncy to UlseasR. HIIM-
drcils of aubtlo nniliullot nru 11 jntlncnround usrendy
to nttflck whi'rovor there la a wonk point. Wu may
escape many a fatal shnft by keeplnit ( nirjulvu-i iti'll
fortllled with pure blood , nnd n properly uuurlshuU
frniun. " CUIISorvIco Onietto
Mndo lini < ly with hnlllnit vrntor or milk. Bold only
In hnlf ixinud tins , by Kroccrn , labclca thus :
S KPPS ft TO UoinoaniiahlnOhomlsti
O LillO ( X IU.
, i,0uoii. , , England.
KERVE AND BRAIN TRERTiyiENT.
Bpcclna for Hrntortu , DliilnMsFt ! > , I.'ourntffla. IVuko-
fulneis , Mental IMprmiUoii , Hollcnlnit of thu liraln.ro *
fultlnif In imanltyaaa Uaillnu to mliory dorav un.l
doAtn , Premature Old Age , llamnqega. I , us * or Power
Inulthor sex. Involuntary LGSKCH , nnil Hpcrmotoirtani
cauiuil by ov r- > ( iitloot : Iho Lrnln , rer-H ! > uao or
over indnl eneo * Kich hoxcontalnaonanionh' ( < treau
monL tlaliox. or six for ti , nt liy nmJlim > Mld.
With nanli order tor ll IIOIPK. will t.cml purrhaur
( rnaraQteo to refund money If the treatment fAlUCO
cuiu. uuaranteuJilMUuil ondiffnumo Bold unlr by
GOODMAN DUUG CO. ,
Omaha Neb ,
U. B. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , WOT.
CapltaL - - - - $ /.OOOOO
Surpt.ua Jan. 1st , 1890 67,000
Offlcen ana Directors Henry W. Tatu , l > reild nt ;
t < wliS. B d , Vlca-Proildont ; Jrvmsi W. BITHUO , W ,
V. UoTtt , John li. Collins , K. C. CuUlog , J. H. &
l' UltJt , W. O. B. Uugbes , casbltr.
THE IRON BANK.
Corn r Uth add Farnam flti.
A General Haukliiz Uuiiness Trunnaotnit
From Whatov. r 0 1133
Our enilncnt phyilolant nro oxpcrts In ( Ms
diisoiof thu hlood , itnd nil UHUON1U uiu
H1VATM dlso.isoi. I'atluiitsai'u Hiicct'Hs
fully treated by mull. Olllvos and consulting
rooms , INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOC'rT
ZiQO Oourburn Btroot , Qhiouuo , 111
AM u a bi Mia N rr a.
THE ' Matinee at 2:30 :
p. in ,
. The Farce Comedy Sensation
of the Day.
OOMMKNOINO T , X
T1IUHBIJAY. JLJOG. 4V.
Ti'ltitiiiilitnit It < 'tin-ii uf
AViT riiirf rjttitoratv I'roilurtton , tint *
jiKM.Hlnitill I'rerlottH r ' '
Under the 1'itnnnnl lllrcetlon of
IrnriilSccnurr Oowomt'intiiiiiMi. nrrntrnmpn-
\r \ of Torpjlcorcnn . UtlnH. Tlia Hue ( 'mini Th
MlknUn llnllot , Tha Hoyiil NYcruiHtll * . Homo of the
Mlknclo. Tlin ( limit Wnlrwnr The Wiock of thu llou-
rlottn , Tlio Wowiitrlc t'lilnni Tim Urn Kleiiliiint.
tnloun.'mWuUiu'mluy ) |
SVXJtAl' , Itccfinliei' J ,
Tbo Shooting Star , Famous Scoxit , Aotor and
Oliampiou Eiflo Shot of the World ,
MIZQNR - JOE
Supported by n pacially Sclootod Dramatic
Company in the Eoalnstio Drama.
"in "A Ck'HAWKS'sT
See the greatest noting clogs In the world.
Jumbo , the largest St. liernarci doz. Two
loraoson the stago. Popular Prlcon.
IJox Sheet Opens Saturday Morning.
MONDAY DEC. $ / / / ,
I'resontliKj the Konmntlo
Irish Drainii ,
The Fairy's AVell
A Companion Play to
The Ivy I.oiif.
! A strictly ' Iliat dam
talented Irish I'oincillan ,
ratootJnlinson , V Sluvln'a
Mln trpN ,
A powerful dramatic com.
IKiny , 1'ruiluutlon tlio nanio
ns nt the llth M. , tlioatrr , N.
Y Sale of oentfl bCKlns Hat-
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
LA WM511 , MannRcr , Corner llth nnd 1'arnam
ptrt'L'lH Ouinhii.Voekof Doo.lat.
Tlio llurvlllu rainlly < ! .
Tlio Itullun Uypsy Hand.
Artlno. 1'unur Oiiucn. Sidney , the Whlttlor.
A lirlplit , dioury oiituitiilniiiont , roll u oil .mil
Full of fun.
ONI ! DIMH ADMITS TO ALL
Moro thnn 15 years' experienceIn the Irentmcntof
A euro Rimrnntocd In 3 to tire days \vltliout tliolojf
Dflan bour' timo.
rermanentlyrnrod without pain or Instruments ; no
cutting ; no dllntlnz. The most rotnnrlcalio ! rcmody
knonii to moilorn sclenco. Wrlto for ctrculurj.
CURED IN 3O TO BO DA.YS.
Dr. MoUrow's trentmont for thistorrlhluMooddla-
iso Im * boon prononnrod thu UKiHt patrorf ul ntid
icicnsfiil remedy ever rtlicoTurnil for the iih oluU >
ouroof this dhoaio. Ilia luccoiiwith ( lilt ill'Ciiia
linn never hei-n oijunllcd. A ouiuploto CUUK ( U'All ,
ANTrr.li. "Wrltn for circulars.
nnd nil wcnkncia of tha hoxual oriinni , norvoimion ,
timidity nnd iloMionitency nli olutoly curod. Thorj-
Iluf Is hmut'dlato und coinplcto.
SKIN DISEASES ,
Cntnrrli , rlicninatlHiii , and nil < ll e.ioof tlio
liver , kldnuyi and Lladdur perruanently curod.
. norvouanoaa anil dhcnios of thu stunt ,
nch cured. The Ductur's "lloniu Tiuatinont" for
ladles li pronounced by all who huvo im l It , to b >
thoinoit coiii | > 'eto aud convftuleiit remedy ever of
fered for the trontmont nf funnlo dlicai'ji. Itli
truly n wonderful romoilr. Nn Inilnnnnnti ; iu
IIOUIIS KOll liAIIIES rltllM 'i TO 4 ONI.V.
mnrvclo.us sucrou hm won for him a roputttlnn
nlilch U truly natlonnl In chnrnctur. niul lilJ xront
nrinyof patients roarliot from the Atlnntlo to ttia
1'aclllc , Tlio Dortor It n urmlualo of "iiKtiin.Aii"
medlclno nnd hits hntl loncund carof ill ovperlenco In
lioapltnl practice , anil li claisod niruitiK thu lumllnx
ipcclnllnta In mndurmolnnco. TruuUnoiH by forro-
pondunco. tVrlto for clronlari about oMih of tin
nbovoil3oaaoi | ! , i
Ofiice , 14th and Farnam Sts
ICntranco on olthjr atrait.
A California jjjjeryo
N ) \v Kro h Itlootl und I'lo.
durcs I'lctli ,
t'uni Aiiiciiilii , Kcriilulu. Ilud Clrculullon
and all Itunurltlcs of the Blood ai well M thi
fnnowlnic Nervn DlneaseB , vli : Nrrvous and
1'liyileial Dflilllly. \ltul Kxliuiillon , I'ro-
miittirn Decay , TrnmhMni ; , llystcrlii , ffcr-
Toiulloudnrlin , I IIHM oTJ'oucr In xltlirr KOX ,
NiTvoiimmsH In any lorin. Cnld llitndi > r
I-'ect , I'aln In tlm lluclt unU other Jornu ol
'l''iiobh-M ? Nerve Tonic 1'iiu brine the
rosy tint of health to the ihnllow cheak.
WraV , nerfous peu io sliwild taku thu great Life
Ronewer. Try them , and rnu will Join thu tliuiifandi
ol hippy mon and vromnii nho dally lilra Ur.
Jobli ( HI-lii uri'al work lu tliolr hcliall. 'Ihtj are
eugar coMcd. &o rents a Till , for silo by DuteUU
or by mill. AiMre
HOII-S Mtiictnc co. . nm. . SIN rRneisco , uu
VOK8AI.K IN OMAHA , NEIt. . 11V
Runn & I'n , ( 'or. isth A DouuKt Sir cell.
J. A. Kullrr & Co. , Cor. llth A DouKUl Street ! .
A. J ) . r'mitr & Co , Couucil IlluB * , lout.
AND PRINCIPAL r UGQlGTB CVCRVWHrRC
/MPBCVIOJK / ,
lHff. ' ( Btl H Hi Cumuli of KlMlrlcilr Ihreuik All'
I-ARTK , r Url > [ 11,1 mlo IIKllril . < tlWHKII H 'HI
'Kl.Orlt Curr. l K.ll li > u > ll ; , or rorttit IS.aui I
S VSTDiti'iutoraio co'iti i blu * iTu Hic/orol'M *