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THE OMAHA DAILtf BEE : SATURDAY , FEBEUAUT 14 , 1891.
THE PLAN OF OPERATIONS.
It is Outlined by the Irrigatlonhts' Oom-
mittco on Law ,
SIX PROPOSED DISTRICTS DEFINED.
Diitlcn and Hulnrlcfl of tlio Various
x OniocTH How ix Kluht to Ilmmlng
AVntcr IMnyllc Acquired
LINCOI.V , Neh. , Feb. 13. [ Special to TUP.
Bun , | The Irrigating convention mot nt the
stnto university chapel shortly before S p.m.
In the absence of ox-Govornor Pumas Mr.
- W. E. Smythe , vice president , auted as chair-
After the opening preliminaries Mr. L. B ,
Cnry , chairman of the committee on lawpre
sented n partial report of the work done
by the committee with which ho win con
nected. Tiio commlttco has been havlnir a
rod hot Jiff lit , nnd It Is expected thiit there
will bo n majority nnd minority report. The
partial report wai listened to closely by the
delegates. The following recommendations
were made :
Section 1. Tlio stnto of Nebraska li herohy
divided Into six water dlvlslonsNos. I , 3 , 3 , 4 ,
0 and 0 , respectively.
Sec. 2. Wutor division No. 1 shnll consist of
all hindi Irrigated irom ditches nndcannls tak
ing their waters from the Republican rlvor
_ nnd its tributaries within the state.
Soc. 3. Water division No. 2 shall consist
of all lands irrigated ftom ditches and
canals Inking their waters from the North
nnd South Platte rivers to tholr Junctions
with the Lotip rivers.
Sec , 4. Water division No. 3 shall consist
of all lands Irrigated from ditches nnd can
als tulcliiR their source from the Loup rlvor
and Its tributaries.
See. C. Water Division No. 4 shall consist
of all lands Irrigated from dltchoj nud urin
als taking their waters from the Elkborn und
its tributaries , together with the Platte tind
its tributaries east of Its confluence with the
Ioup ; nnd nlso all lands irrigated by water
taken from the tributaries of the Missouri
rlvor between Its confluence with the Nlo-
brara am ! Platte rivers.
Sec. U. Water division No. 5 shall consist
of lands irrigated from ditches and caimls
taking their waters from the White and Nlo-
brani rivers nnd their tributaries.
Sec. 7. Water division No. li shall consist
of nil lands irrigated by ditches and cannls
taking their waters from the Missouri river
nnd Its tributaries south of its confluence with
the I'latto river.
Sec. 8. Other irrigation districts may bo
from tlmo to time formed by the governor on
petition of parties interested when endorsed
by tbo slate engineer and the board of con
The governor shall appoint a stnto hy
draulic engineer , who shall hold his olllco for
the term of four years , or until his successor
may bo appointed and qualified. The gov
ernor nmv ut nny time , upon good cnusc
shown , remove said engineer. Said stnto
engineer shall have general supervision over
the water companies of the different water
districts in the stnto. He shall imvo his
ofllco at the state capital in an ofllco to bo pro
vlded for him by the stnto board of public
lands and buildings , who shall nlso furnish
him wttli suitable furniture , postage anil
such necessary hooks and instruments as
aill host enable him to properly discharge
'tlio duties of his oflleo. lie snail bo paid a
salary of $ yf > 00 per annum , parable quarterly
by the state treasurer , on warrants cmuvu by
the state auditor. No person shnll bo ap
pointed as such dydraullo engineer who has
not shown to have such thooietlcal knowledge
nnd practical skill and experience as shall lit
him for the position.
A proposed bill was presented for the con >
niderntloii of the legislature maklne the fol
lowing provisions : Proscribing approta-la
tion , distribution and usoof water In the
construction und maintenance of works foi
the diversion , conllmn ; , rotenslon , storage
nnd distribution uf wnt r ; the condemnation
of lands and other leiral stops vrulntlng ; the
preparation for nnd innintcimnct of irrljja
tion. The folio vying are some of Jho provis
ions In brief :
AiTiioruiATiox or WATER.
The right of running water , flowing In nil
streams , etc. , may be acquired by apnroprin
tion bv any person or coporation , pwldet
that persons controlling or owning land ad
Jnccut to such streams shall not bo dcprivci
of nny water rights to which they have been
The appronriation must bo made for som
useful or bcnotloial purpose , and when the np
proprietor ceases to use It for such purposes
for a period or two years tlio right ceases , except
cept when tbo rainfall shall not require such
, No lOO-ncro tract shall bo crossed by more
than ono ditch or canal without the written
consent and agreement of the owner.
All ditches and works of internal Improve
mcnt constructed for the purpose of Irrlgatloi
nro exempt from taxation except such as arc
constructed for the purpose of deriving-
revenue from the rental of water , and thesi
not until the not income on the capital in
vested shnll exceed to per cent per annum.
As between npproprlators , the ono llrst In
tinio Is 11 rat in right , provided that when th
flow of water shall bo decreased by uatura
causes , It shall bo the duty of the water com
missioners In such disttlcts to apportion tlu
\\atortothosovenilctalmnnts in proportion
to the water originally appropriated , within
sixty dnys after the appropriation the claim
ant must commence the excavation or con
structiou of the works In which it Is intondc
to divert the water nnd must prosecute th
work dlllccntly and uninterruptedly to com
lilttlon. unless temporarily interrupted b ;
By completion Is meant conducting th <
water to plnco of Intended use.
Too waters of no subterranean chnnnc
shall bo appropriated to the prejudice o
prior npproprltitor of the watorof suchsuper
Any persons desirous of constructing
ditch , dam or reservoir or changing or im
proving the sixmo who shall ho uuabio
ngrco with the owner or claimant of an
lauds necessary to bo taken for the slto o'l
\vayofsuchworksshall bo entitled to condemn
domn n right-of-way over or through the
lands of others for any and all such purposes.
Persons desirous of constructing any of the
works provided for in the preceding section
shall have the power to occupy state lands
and to obtain a right of way over and through
such laud without any compensation there
In case of refusal of owners of lands to
Allow ditches , etc. , to cross their lands , ap
plication for condemnation of samocan bo
made to the county Judge of the county nnd
appraisers shall dctcrmlnu whit damages
ennll bo awarded.
Other provisions in dotnll'woro mado.
The matter of the Purnell bill came up for
Judge Mason thought that tbo confiscation
clause of the Purnell bill was unconstitu
tional. There nro insuperable and paramount
objections to It. It is a California law , Cali
fornia is , ns is well known , the paradise of
millionaires and boll for tbo poor men ,
Ho told how sixteen local railroads In No.
hnxskaluul bled tbo people for their money
but constructed no roads , "It Is Just pre
cisely on this same plan , " said tbo Juugo.
"that this bill is constructed. Law should
'bo ' made uniform. But this bill
it in violation of this axiom.
It gives a priority of right and exclusive
tight to n few. The fnct is that it violates
legislation and Is class legislation. It will
encourage adventurers to exploit upon the
public interests. "
The convention is compotout to Instruct the
committee In this matter.
. Adjournment was taken until 7:30. :
The Puruull bill , which Is such n bone of
contention in the committed on law of the Ir
rigating convention , contemplates the contls-
ration of the lands of all persons attempting
to prevent Irrigating ditches across their
property. This Idea Is repugnant to most of
the delegates , but Purnell Insists that ho
uot change it and will fight for 1U pas-
w A'cerlnj ; to 1'nriioll ,
V I-ONPON , Feb. 13. [ Special Cablegram to
fue I KB.ITho McCarthy faction of the
Irish pnrty profess to bo satUflod with the
assurances of the EtiRllati liberals M to homo
rule and will not dcrr.nnd any further pledge
from Mr , Uladstono and hU collenKUoi. Mo-
Cnrthy , himself , however , has determined to
field to Hcnly , This la stated as n certainty
by those who know him best. Irish politics
Imvo lost their chnrm for him nnd lie stehs
for hU books nnd writing desk. Dillon and
O'Hrion are also looked upon ns virtually
siding1 with 1'arnoll , nnd this Is regarded ns
likely to have n powerful influence In Aus
tralia nnd America , which countries have
financed the Irish party.
Hnydcn llros. have bought the Elsc-
mnn Block of Council lilulVa ; the stock
IB now being moved to Htvydon Bros. '
store nnd bolnff ovorhiiuletl and placed
In flhnpo rcntly for sale ,
Sovornl dayB more nnd wo will start
tlio biggest , largest nnd choniwst dry
goods stile over hold in Omiiha.
To those who never BIIW this Klsotnnn
stock wo would say Hint It contains the
finest dry goods , clonlts , clothing , huts ,
boots , shoes and toys that wore intinu-
The sale will start In a tow dnys.
Further particulars Inter.
IIAYDEN BROS. ,
Dry goods and carpets.
TO ju&i'oti * : of nttim :
Tjlbci-als Tliinlc the Quickest
1'lnii is to Adopt it.
LOXDOX , Fob. 18. [ Special Cablegram to
Tim Bun. ] The triumph of the liberals at
Northampton is uot altogether attributable
to an increase in the party strength. Mr.
Mansfield was an unexceptionable candidate.
A thorough going liberal In politics , ho Is also
religious and a successful nnd generous busi
ness man. Ho received the vote of the
church-going people Which UrndlauRh
alienated and to this Is duo his emphatic ma
jority. The abortive candidacy of Socialist
Aveilng disgusted the decent people -
plo and was generally regarded
as a tory trick and consequent
indignation among the liberals also served to
swell the vote for Mansfield. The conserva
tives made a bravo fight , but they were de
serted , as In Hartlopool , by many of the
liberal unionists who hod voted with the
torlos in 1880. The result showed that , in
Northampton as in Hartlopool , the liberals
have determined to got homo rule out of the
way by adopting It , and thus enabling them
selves to go ahead with important English re
Store is ablaze with now spring poods ;
besides now spring jackets , cloiiks. otc. ,
till the new French Challlcs , now dross
Roods at 50e , now China silks , now Pon-
gco silks , now grenadines and their sale
of finest kid gloves at 50c , 7Cc , $1.25 will
make the Morse Dry Good ? Co. a popu-
plnco with shoppers tomorrow and next
Nebraska , Iowa and Dakota I'eiinlouH.
WAsnixoTox , Feb. 13. [ Special Telegram
to Tun Bun. ] Pensions were granted today
to the following Nobrasknns : Original
Henry H. Turner , George \V. Newmyer.John
Thompson , Abumon Starr , George W. Wash-
burn , William A. J. Dolan , Alpbous Austin ,
"William Kirlc , Aaron Toland , E. W. Dodson ,
ISIlchaol Taggo , Lovl Wllloughby , John
Schaad , John Sliuman. David Brothorton
Onla Dickey , Samuel Bbcley , William W ,
"Wilcox , Thomas Dawson , Henry M. Lautz ,
William Q. Murphv , Thomas H. Ewlne ,
Samuel Fnrqulmr , William H. Spraaling and
Lewis ICoysert. Increase Edward Thorn-
ley nnd Georiro A. Stewart. Original widows
Harriet , widow of .inrofo Crlteblleld.
Iowa : Original William Conltlin , Will-
lam 1C. Alexander. Orlo D. Sheep , George K.
Chase , Hughes Heed , William M. Penry ,
John Dorr , Wlillotn Bordovillo , John Fan-
nery , William H. II. Townsend , D.ivid Kirk ,
Henry Totwilor , Uyrus M. Lltchoy , Eustace
1C. Weber , Samuel 1 . Kood , Charles Ohildors ,
George Coflland , William II. Freed , Lcinuc
O'Noll , Michnol Schmidt , Alfred It. Taylorv
Edward L. Marsh , John M. Bcdihon , Clinrlos
JL. Dutton , Harrison C. Skoll , William
"Wcnchner , Paul Wcise , John C. Adams
Alonzo T. Eaton , Silas Cook , John Sloan ,
"Uriah J. Pcnniugton , George W. Smysor ,
Samuel C. Sims , John ICano , Gary Cobb ,
Henry J. Corey , Joseph 'K. Coftln ,
1'etor Schncll backer , Calvin B. Scott , Caspar
Carter , George S. Lnritner , Kobort G. Craw
ford , James M. Childors , Lovl S. Itohinson ,
Increase Thomas C. Smock , James i . Alex
under , James Lancaster , Andrew'1.Vlnscll ] ,
"Francis H. Alton. Kolssuo Brayton A !
Campbell , James W. Sinclair. Original
widows , etc. Magglo , widow of John
Schult-s ; Christina , wid-'w of Charles B ,
Thompson : Matilda , widow of Soloraor
Harnoy ; minors of Joslah Cralu.
South Dakota : August Rrummond , WI1
Ham S.Colo , Alfred B. Smith , Henry M ,
Leedy , August Hunubath , Albert M. Spoil
cor. Helssuo Grccnlcaf Ackorman.
Do Witt's Ltttlo Early Ilisei-s ; best little
pills for dyspepsia , sour stomach , bad breath
If that lady at the lecture the other night
only know how nicely Hall's Hair Kenowc
would remove dandruff and improve thi
hair , she would buy a bottle.
Have Faith In the State.
KBAKNEY , Nob. , Fob. 13. [ Special to Tun
BED. ] At amass mootlnp of the board o
trudo and public spirited citizens of Kearney
the following resolutions were unanimously
Whereas , Certain citizens of Nebraska have
boon und are representing at tbo national
capital , nnd otlionvKo advertising tlio.stnto
ns In HiillorlnR and nuud of help fiuin tlio na
tlonnl government bncausuut a partial fail
ure of crops ; und
Whereas. Nebraska Is ono of the only two
stntCH Iii the union out of debt , and has more
than $ .3,000.1)00 ) In lior Hobool fund : and
Whuroas. It la our belief that na other agri-
culturnlRtato In the union has becnmciro uni
formly prosperous from Its earliest history to
the present day : therefore bo It
Uoiolvod , That It Is the sense of this moot
ing that Nuhrnku Is abundantly nhlo to tuko
euro of her citizens who nro In need uf help
beo'iuso of a partial failure of crop * .
Unsolved , That wo huartlly approve the
action of the loglslaturo In voting aid to tlios
In ncedot help.
Kosolvcd , That wo do not approve of the
effort made to Hoouro iicoiiRrussioiinl aipro- |
prlatlon for Nebraska settlor- * who sulTorod a
p \rtlal failure of crops on account of last soa-
Unsolved , That this mootlnsr commends the
course of Tin OMAIIA HER and other leading
papers of the state In stotidlly pioinnlgatlii ) ;
tho.suntlnients lioruln coiitnlnoil.
Uosolvod , That Kearney , with her nrnud
record lit past achievements her record of
f..MO.OOO Hpont In twonty-four months for pub-
llo iniproxcments. dwnllln plncos. liualncss
houses and publlolinlldlncs situated In tbo
central portion of tlio great stnto , noted
throughout the union nnd clio orlelnatnrof
the famous "Kearney Halt. " has faith in Ne
braska and In horsulf , mid enters upon tbo
now year with brilliant prospects for horKolf.
Uosolvod , That Koirnuy nuvor had so
bright a prospect as that of to jay.
Do Witt's Little Early Risers. Best llttlo
pill over mado. Cure constipation every
time. None equal. Use them now.
Sued on n Broken Agreement.
CI.EVKLANI > , O. , Feb. 18.-E. M. McGlllan ,
formerly a Cleveland dry goods merchant ,
sued the II. B. Claflih company of Now York
city today for JJOI.OOO. . atcGullln says that
bo disposed of his two stores in this city sev
eral years ago to the Clallins with the understanding
standing- that they wcro to engage with him
in the cattle business. Two ranches ho
owned were put Into the cattle trust , where
upon the Clatllns , ho alleges , declined to
carry out ther agreement.
Ilnydon Bros , hnvo bought the Elso-
man stock of Council UlulTs ; the stock
in now being moved to Ilnydon Bros , '
store and being overhauled and placed
in shape ready for salo.
Sovural days moro nr.d wo will start
the biggest , Inrgoat and ohoapost dry
goods sale over hold In Omuha.
To these who never saw this Elsomnn
stock wo would say that it contains the
finest dry goods , cloalcfl , clothing , hats ,
boots , shoos and toys that were manu
The sulo will start in a few days.
Further particulars later.
IIAYDBN BROS. ,
Dry goods and carpets.
UKl'IEW < > / ' THK WKRK.
Nowhere Ktial | to That or
the .Scanon Ijiint Vcar.
Nsw YOUK , Fob. 13. - [ Special Telegram to
TiiBBnK. ] II. G. Dun Co.'s weekly rovlow
of trfldo says :
There is some improvnmcnt In business at
the cost nnd a moro confident tcellng , nnd at
Chicago the tone u very hopaful. But at
most of the other western nnd nearly nil
southern points business shows no Increase
In volume and fc rather hesitating. The pay
ments , through all the clearing houses for
January , show scarcely any Increase over last
yenr , although the yearly and quarterly dis
bursements on account of nrovlous business
were very much larger than a year ago nnd
the returns for February , thus far , exhibit
substantially the same situation. It must bo
Inferred that now business Is , on the whole ,
somewhat smaller In volume than It was a
year ago , notwithstanding the ndvanco of
about 10 per coat in the average prices of
commodities. In part , this Is ox plained by
the exceptional activity toward the close of
last year , but In part also , by the shortness
of crops and doubts regarding the monetary
iuture. These doubts , however , have
lx > cn much lessoned by events which
tend to show that no Important
monetary legislation Is probable for the next
year and , whlto exports of gold nro an
nounced , the rate of oxehanKohnrdly Justifies
them as yet. The Industrial outlook is modl-
lled by tlio great strike of the Connellsvlllo
coke uorkors , which must cut off largo sup
plies of Iron if It lasts , and by the great do-
ercoso In the iron output. The tone of the
market for finished iron la stronger. The
causa of the coke strike tind sales of pig Iron
hnvo been unusually liberal. The coal mar
ket Is dull and weak , all agreements to re
strict production proving farcinl in result ,
for tbo output Is ranging 25 to 30 per
cent ; bove lust year's. A war of prices Is np
prchendcd , unless a chanpo In the market
demand occurs speedily. The demand for
copper Is limited , orders being confined to
present necessities nud Lake Is nuotcd 14
cents. Tin is purchased with caution only
at 20.1 cents nnd lead is Inactive at 4D.5 cents.
The demand for wool continues steady -uid
worsted trades nro rising. The commission
merchants are extremely careful about cred
its. The trudo in cotton goods is fair , print
cloths stronger. The boot and shoo trade
shows an Improvement as to the volume ,
though the prices nro not highly satisfactory.
Leather U Hrm.
The grocery trade Is fairly active and In
dicates no decrease In the demand for con
Provisions have been a shade weaker with
a fall of 1 % cents In corn ahd wheat and ants
have declined each a fraction on small sales ,
but colTco and oil nro stronger and continue
unchanged. The low price of cotton tends to
make trade dull at the south , farmers holdIng -
Ing back for higher prices. But at Now
Orleans the general trade Improves ma
terially : nt Nashville it opens very well ,
though buyers are cautious und , of the other
points reporting. It 'is only fairer
or dull. St. Louis reports n fair
voluuio but no Improvement , whllo
Kansas City finds better wholesale and quiet
retail trade ; nt Denver nnd St. Paul trade Is
fair. At Minneapolis It Is very active in
lumber with excellent logging prospects. At
Omaha it Is without Improvement and at
Milwaukee and Detroit quiet. Cle\ eland re
ports a fairlv good trade in most lines nnd
pig Iron sllghtlv bettor , out 2,000,000 tons of
ore are on tbo docks half unsold. 1'ittsburg
notes a hotter demand for merchant Iron be
cause of the strike , nnd a coed trade la bottle
gloss , but a dullness In other branches of thu
glass business. At Chicago wool
receipts nro moro than double
last year's and there Is some
Increase In lard nud chcctc. but a heavy de
crease In corn nnd dressed beef. The dry
goods , clothing and shoo trades considerably
exceed last year. Philadelphia reports an
improvement ! ! ! wool and a fair trado.
Throughout the country the money mar
kets are comparatively easy nnd undisturbed ,
though the demand is good nnd the supply
hardly adequate. At Cleveland , and at
Omaha the maricct Is close. That city , Den
ver nnd Milwaukee uro tho- only cities a !
which collections nro reported slow ; almost
plates they are fair or good.
The business failures occurlng throughout
the country during tbo last seven dnys num
ber 2)7 ! ) ns compared with a total of UOG last
week. For the corresponding week of last
year the figures jvcro 302.
Hayden Bros , have bought the Riso-
mtm stock of Council BlulTa ; the stock
is now boinp moved to Ilaydon Bros.
store nnd botng : overhauled und placet
in shape ready for sale.
Several days moro and wo will stnrl
the bipgcst , largest and cheapest dry
goods sale over hold in Omaha.
To these who never saw the Eisoman
stock wo would say that it contains the
finest dry poods , cloaks , clothing , hats
boots , shoos and toys that wcro manu
The sale will start in a few dnys.
Further particulars later.
IIAYDEN BROS. ,
Dry goods and carpots.
Changing Parties in Utah.
OQIJEX , Utah , Feb. 13. | Special Telegram
to THK BKE.J A preliminary mooting was
hold hero last night to organize a republican
party In this county , next to the most impor
tant in Utr.h. There is un impression gain
ing ground that Utah will fall into uatlona
party lines very soon , possibly at the next
election. Both the old parties here , Mormon
nnd liberal , are suspicious nnd now hesitate
but many beliuvo that with proper encourage
meat , the Mormons will soon join ono or the
other of the trout parties. The attempt to
so dlvldo thcrii will certainly bo made wlthir
a few mouths , _
Don't Fool kouraoIR
Notwithstanding all rumors to the
contrary , the Chicago , Milwaukee & St ,
Pnul Ily'a now steam heated pnluco
stooping cars , with "electric llgnts in
every berth , " btlll loaves the Union depot -
pot , -Omaha at 0:10 : p. in. daily , arriv
ing at Chicago nt 0:30 : a. rn. , in ample
time to mnko all eastern connections.
Ticket office , 1501 Farnamst.
J. .E. PUKSTON , V. A. NASH ,
C. Puss. Agt Gon. Agt
Soldier Arrested for Murder
CiiBTBXKi ! , Wyo. , Fob. 13. [ Special Tele
grain to THE Bi.r.J Colorado officers nr
rested O. A. Blow , a private In the Seven
toentb Infantry hero , last evening , on the
charge of murder. Blew is said to have
killed nnd robbed n ranchman named Johnson
at Golden , Colo. . In Bocoinber lost. Thi
murder was ono of the most brutal over com
mitted In the state , Johnson having been
beaten to death with n club. No clue to the
murderer was known , and tbo matter wosnp-
Parontly forgotten until Blow was arrested
lo was taken to Denver.
MervoiiH I'rostratlcm or Insomnia ?
Go to Excelsior Springs , Mo.
A 1'rlvatoShoots the Cook.
SAN FHA.SCISCO , Cal. , Feb. 1 ! ! . fSpocla
Telegram to THE Bui : . ] Private Blackmail
of battery B , Fifth artillery , shot ana killo
Oottlolb Nounoman , second cook of the com
pany nt Presidio. Blaokman surronderci
himself to tbo police ana was locked up. Tb
men had a dispute over the conduct of Prlvat
Goodson , a now recruit , who went Into the
cook's quarters ngninst the rules to obtain nn
additional supply of food. Blaokmnn took
( joodsbn's part and on being struck by Nonnc-
man shot htm ,
I SICK HEADACHE
Positively cured by
these Llttlo Pills.
They also relieve DIs-
trcaa from Dyspepsia , in
ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
IVER Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dlzilness , Nausea ,
PILLS. Drowsiness. Dad Taste
In the Mouth , Coated
Tongue , Tain In tlio SI Jo ,
TORPID LiVEli. They
rcgulato tbo DowcK Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE , SMALL PRICE ,
Sale of Trousers , $8.76.
We make a point every season to close out heavy weight Trousers
before the arrival of spring goods. This week we will have the biggest
bargain sale of fine Trousers we have ever had ,
Remember , $3.75 will buy some of the finest fabrics \vc have had in
stock this season. Sizes are somewhat broken , but so many lots have
been consolidated that all sizes can be fitted. They are in fine fancy
worsteds , cassimercs and cheviots. Plenty of large pants for big men ,
Mail orders will be filled with the same care and attention that any cus
tomer would receive in makinghis own pur chase. Send mail orders
with the understanding that you take no risk ; as if goods are not satis
factory they may be returned at our expense ,
BOYS' LONG PANTS , $1.50 AND $2.00.
We have accumulated a large lot of Boys' Long Pants during the season and will offer them
at this sale in two special bargain lines at $1.50 and $2,00.
BOYS' KNEE PANTS , 50 AND 75 CENTS.
We mean to clothe the smallest as well as the largest , and will offer a bargain line of Knee
Pants at 50c and 7Sc , which are vorth a great deal more , but are remnants and must be closed
FR. EXE LA AND , & OO.
CURES DISEASES WITHOUT MEDICINES.
ELECTRICITY is LIFE.
Patented August 16,1887. , Improved July 29 , 1890.
Gent's Dolt-frith Spinal Appllnno . Lndlcs' Holt with Spinal AppHiinco
Kuco , Ankle and Arm Lands Attached. Incorporated Juno 16,1S87. Knee , Ankle uud Ami Hands Attached ,
Dr. Owen's Klcctro- Galvanic Holt and SuRponsorrwlllK SSSS 5iSrl " the folloirlnrr
digunscs mill nil others j of a nervous eliiinictor-lthotiys4i3i SEipS2 SlB matlsm of any kind ,
Sciatica , Parn lysis , Kp- llepsy , Spinal Diseases , St. Vitu8a33aaa3aSaSi333a' . * ' Dance , Urlglit's lls-
ousoIMles , llonrt DIs- c- cases , Lumbago , General nnd l " View. Nonoua Debility ,
Cotftivoncsa , Kidney . DlscabCS , Nervoiis e6eTrcnibllnff , Wnstlnsof tbollodr.all dlocnFcs caused from
Imloscretlonln Youth f or Mai rled Life , Nervous Prostration. 1'ot sonal Weakness or Ilxhanst ion , Female
Complaints , in fact all nervous diseases pertaining to Maloorl'craalu.'o clmllengo tlio world to pi-o-
iluce a belt tbat will comnarenllh it. Tliocurrfiit Itiiinderthe rcrfcct contml of the wearer , nud can
bo rondo MIL.U OK STIlONOtoBult nnycouilalnt | : tlilscunniitbo ilono Mltli any oilier licit. The
It IB a ilATTEUY "Sell containing 10 . - - - , - -
dOAKAXTEE IIEI.T , WJIICII CONTAINS TWO I1A.TTKIUKS ANI > TW1SNTV WAT VANIO CELLS , with 100
degrees of strength , hasa rosiTlVK and NEOATIVE polo. and tbo current can horovcrsed.
ThoOwonlleltlsnotaCtmln , Wiroor VOLTAIC Holt , or a 1MD , of any description. It will euro all complaints
UHAm.i ; by Electricity oraQalvniito Buttery. The Electric curt cnt can bo TKSTP.U IJV ATiY ON before it is uppllod
to thobody.nndlswornonlyfromfonrtoplxhoiirsdayornlBlit. After examining this Uclt yon will buy no other. iu It Is
light and onslly worn , and suiwrlor to all others now otfowl for Palo. To show tlio KNTIIti : COXKIDENCK wo limo in
ourKlcotro-Gulvanlciicltntiil AppllnnceB.wowlH send our 1TI.L rOWKii NO. 4 IHL.T complete for certain complaints
to responsible parties on thirty days' trial , nnd If It Uoos not niOVKTO 1U5 oil MO WHAT W1J Iini'Jtr.SENT yoiicnn
return It t < i us. rhyslclnnslndorwi tlio Owen licit na the best. Send 8 cents IKHIIIKO lor our free Illustrated tiook of 2a4
, of ' , which will , full Instructions how to tivnt
imjres written by a physician over forty years' cjperlcnce bOBcntjon Blvinu
youreolf with Electricity without tlio nld of a physician or tlio uf o of mocllclno. Send also lor a pair of Dr. Owen's Electrics
Insoles , which will euro you of Gout , Chilblains , Cramps in lector legs , or Cold feet.
Back Vioir. Do not wnsto your money on IJolts patented years npo. Wo 1m vo prlvnto consnltntlon rooms for Indies as well ns pent B , I'rontVlow.
nnd nil Whocidl orwrlto us can rest assnreil 'they wilfrocoivo nri'hoiicat VmltVlon.'und If the Heft'is" not tidnpicd tu'thcir cnsb tboy will lie so advised. Open at nil times-days , nights and
"ndaysV Call or write to the doctor. CousultatlouattUooOlcoorbymailfrco. How to obtulu Belts on thirty duya'trial eco Pipage book. BIliNTIOX THIS 1'AIVKK.
. i- _
THE OWEN ELEOTRICiELT
3O6 N. Broadway , St. Louis , Mo.
THE STANDARD COCOA OP THE WORLD.
W MWJWW * * * * * * * * * * * * W'W * * * * *
PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing.
Having a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink i
combined at a half cent a cup and fit for a prince.
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST , "
W.VAN HOUTCN'S COCOA ( "once tried , ulwiiji u eil" ) vrn ln nted nd
patented nnrt U umUe In Holland. U U acknowledged \ > r the most eminent doctors
and an ly ti that kr the ipcclul ( rentmpiit VAN HouiEN'a Oooox hai un.lergono , the
lolublllty r tlio fleih.rormlnir ciiimtlluutiU In Incrcuncil Arty l > er cent , ,
nhllo the wliolu-cl'tllo fllirei ace softened mil rendered moro palatable nnj Jlgostiblo.
"T , < meit ilo In tlin world. " A k for VAN HOUTEM'Bnnd tiike no other. ( I
Cures Oouglie , Coldo nnd
SOLD BY ALL DRUOOI8T1.
li the l > ct mnJc , nnd is sold' '
eurywhcro. Tlilt U the orlif
Inal K ) Shoe , lien are of Iml-
Utloin. 1'ojllUtly none
cciiulnn uulotj itampctl
1.11 UlO lol.'i.
j. MEANS & CO. ,
41 Lincoln Sired , /.A'
iln.lon.Bl. . . Xx
the firecti ol
youthful error )
early ecar.uMtlnijwoaknPfm. lost manho < xt , eto.
I will wild avaluublo tro tl o ( walMlj contalnlui
full nartlculan for homo cure , l'lliil : of chargu
A rtflvndkl medical work I iliould Iw read by evorj
man who 1 * nervnnt nnd ilobllllatPii. Adilrcu
. < ; . I'owLuit , niooaui ,
J. REED "WHIPPLE Sc CO. , Proprietors
YOUNG'S HOTEL ,
J. REED WHIFFLE & CO. , Proprietors.
Coollnii nnd Sorvlco excelled br ] nona. Complete
In nil appolntniHiit'i ' llott locntlun In tlio city.
Tlio lloalon Trnnacrlpt snym "ilr. Wlilpplo lla
iirtnco of landlords , and [ mtront of 1'arkera1 uiftf
inntlclpnU ) n ruturn to the uooil old tlinoi of IU
founder , llorroy 1) ) . I'arkcr.
Mr. U'llII'l'I.H will continue tlio management a
Youcu'a us lieretuiore.
Fortliolro.itnipntof > UCIIItONIOAKI)8UIUiOAIi ) :
D1SKASKH. Ilmcon , Appliance * for Dcfonnlllea mid
Tru ni'4 Boil KiiclllUux , AiMrktu | nnil Itomodlci
fiirmicceiuifiil treiitmunt of ovo-jr form uf IHHIMKO
roqnlrlnicMtMllrul < > r Hurulcil Treatment. NINKTV
1IOOMS FOH 1'ATIKNTS , llnnrd unrt Attendance
Host AroainmoitntliiM t. Wrlto for clrcul.ira on
Dcfnrniltloi nnd llnicoi , Tru Hc < , Club tVoUCurvn-
turui of Hplno , 1'llcs , Tumor" , Cancnr. L'atimli ,
llnmchltla. Inhalation , ICUctrlolt ) ' , I'linilyali , K | > ll-
epijKldnuj , Illnddcr. Hyo. Kar , Skin und Ulnnil.
undnllhurKlcalOpPmtlimi. DISDASKS ( ) l--WOJIMN
nipmilally. Hookuf Dlaoaiu * of Women Krun.o
ImTOlntely nddort nl.ylnx In Department forW'iiinoii
DorlnuContlncrnorit ( HtrlHIy 1'rlMitn ) Onlr Uullit-
lile Medical Inntltuto Making n Bpuclulty of I'lll-
All llloott nifonnviiiirroiafully treated. Medlclno
or Inhtriiinenli nent by miill or xire | B tacnirelr
pnckt'il , no murks to. inOUiito cunti'iiln or Kcmlcr.
Ono | > ur > onnl Intortlow prefurnid. Call anil coii nU
UKirHCiid lil lorr of your riino.anrl wo wllUcnil In
plnlii wrnpperourllOOICTO MKS KKHK : mmn I'll-
> ate. Hi'i-clMl ' or NITIOUH Ulscjaso , wllli'iiicitlon Hit.
AddroBsall leltors to
Dr1. A. T. McLnughltn , President ,
dtb and Ilurnuy StrcetB , Oinuliu ,
U. S. DEPOSITOHY , O1IAHA , N1CB.
Capitol , - - - - ,
Surplus Jan. 1st , 1800 , - 62,500
Ofllceri and Ilroctornllonry W. Yntns , 1'roililont ;
Ixiwls B. Hood , Vlou-Prumiluiit : Jainui W. Haru u , W
V.Muni ) , Julin H Collhu , II. U. Cuililna , J. N , U
1'ttrlck. W. H. B. llugliuJ , uuliler.
TI-11H IRON BANK.
Corner Utb nud Ifaroam SU.
A General Ituiiklng Ilnslnoss Transaotoi
J cniala lletn , llit moll * > w irullem lf teifuUlor i' r <
le < llr fo. t < tfltllSi.ixutpiM. \ . bend K , Otimp ) for
I tutUcuUti. Addieii LION UlltlC CO. , buffalo , N. Y ,
GOLD IISDAL , PARIS , 1878 ,
W. BAKER & Co.'s
from which the excess of
oil haa boon removed , is
and it la Soluble ,
nro used in ils preparation. It hai
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch , Arrowroot
or Sugar , nnd is therefore far moro
economical , costing less thtin one cent
a .ciij ) . It i ? delicious , nouriilifng ,
strengthening , IIASHY DIOKBTKI ) ,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well na for persons In health.
Sold by Crocors everywhere.
W , BAKER & CO , , Dorcliestnr , Mass ,
W. S. ROBINSON'
Chemist anil Assayor.
rortncrly InOlinmlciilIjiilxiratoryoftlio Union
1'nolllo ' Uullwiiy Coiuiuny.
Special Attention Given to Ores ,
Waters and Oils.
1112 Dodge St. , Omaha , Neb
k CchlffnicniAithnnCuro i crmioglTo / 1
, > | jif ( > m ( nil'la Iho Horn cawtj luiiirei cou-l
niorUtlailoepi effect ! curol ticro Mc.tbcn fill. A I
3 Inn ! ronnnrei lit IWHI il.tplinit. 1'rleo. M eli. d I
91X)0 ) , < < ' iJmfilsti or tir mall , fiannla JltKn for I
lUuop. DR. R , BCniFf MA1TN. BtVail. ! . Minn. 1
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