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TTTR OMAHA DAILY BEE rUESDAY. APRIL 14. 1891.
HOW THE FIRE WAS STARTED
Origin of llio Partoa Hotel Blazs Pretty
CAPTAIN CARTER DIED FROM HIS HURTS ,
IiiIrrnnI Injurloi Received In the
Crnsli 1'rovo Kntnl Condition of
the Oilier Men A Hot-
The icono of the last P.ixton hotel fire
was visited yesterday morning by thousands
of people. The work of repairing the
dnmngo was begun at an early hour ,
and the proprietors served supper
last night bs usual. The guests of the hotel
were sent to the Murray for their breakfast
It was found that the flro originated from
the flro box under the toaster and cuko tablu.
A live coal had apparently fallen against n
thin wooden partition near which the toaster
ntood , and had Ignited It. The room wns kept
very warm and the wood was llko tinder.
Tbo lire then communicated to the felt
wrapping on the stcnm plpca.by which meat s
it wns convoyed directly to the celling. The
blnzo spread rapidly , and when No , II chemi
cal arrived it seemed to fill the kitchen. A
window opening on the alloy was burst in
and the fireman entered. It was not then
known that tbo flro had penetrated to the
No. " hose company laid In n line of hose to
the kitchen , but did not throw any water , as
the chemical was doing good work , and
scorned to have the flro In hand. In u few
minutes It scorned to those In the kitchen
that the flro was entirely out , but from the
outsldo came the word that It wTis raging In
the upper stories.
Then li's ' hurriedly took thotr line out-
fildo ami the fatal ladder from No. 'J truck
was raised against , the west wall. Mulvihlll
was at tbo top of the ladder and Captain Car
ter was nt the bottom , with Downs and Me-
Gulro between them. As the great mass
toppled outward it cleared the men nearest
the wall , falling upon Carter with terrific
The thirty-five foot ladder was smashed to
kindling wood and all went down together.
The few loose bricks that fell as the main
body of the wall broke struck tuo ether mon ,
but they were most severely Injured by their
Captain Carter's Dentil.
Captain Carter died at his homo ntS22
Harnoy street , at 0-15 : o'clock yesterday
Ho was conscious for some ttmo before his
death and seemingly suffered little pain. His
first words after recovering his senses were
to Inquire If any of his mon were hurt , or If
ony other monibors of the department were
Injured. Ho said that ho was not badly hurt
and thought that bo would scon be nblo to bo
out npnin as usual.
Ho was fearfully cut and bruised on the
back of tbo head and there were numerous
discolored places on his body. Concussion of
the spine had resulted lu the paralysis of his
lower limbs and lower portions of his body ,
and ttiero wns n severe Internal homorrhngo.
Ho passed itwuyquietly , surrounded by
friends and members of his family ,
k'i'lio coroners Inquest will bo held at 2 p. m. .
Wednesday lit Heaffy's.
Captain Mlchal Carter wns born In Clayton
county , lown , April 20 , 1858 , and \vould con
fiequehtly have bcon thirty-three years o' '
ngo noxt'Monday. " Ho came to Omaha vrtilli
still n lad. and was for a number of years
employed nt Ilcr's distillery , where a brothe
.Henry Is still employed. Six years ngo b
became a member of tbo flro department , anil
wns stationed first at No. 8's old house on
Sixteenth street. Ho subsequently was
- tniasforrod to No. 1 house , where ho drove
the cart , and later drove No. 2 truck , from
which position bo was promoted two yonrt-
ngo to the captaincy of No. 2 company. He
was married ono year ago tomorrow , and his
young wlfo and baby survive him.
Ho was n thorough fin-man , and carefully
Attended to his duties. Ho was ono of tli
most popular captains In the department nm
always enjoyed the confidence and good will
of his mon.
All of the cnglno houses have boon draped
iu mourning as a tribute to tbo memory of
Mulvlblll was resting quite comfortably nt
his homo , nt Ninth and Haruoy , yesterday.
Ho wns very sere , but said that ho did
not bollovo that ho wns hurt lntcrnally.\
McGuire and Downs nro getting along well
at the hospital. Downs had boon out of that
institution but n week , having boon laid up
with n fever Tor nearly a month.
The Wall Was llotton.
Several builders and contractors visited
the scene of the flro yesterday' and made
a careful examination of the walls that fell
In soon after the lire had started. All of
thorn pronounced it a very bad job and con '
sidered It remarkable that it had not fallen
of Its own account. Tbo wall was but eight
inches thick and was built without nnv , con
nection with th6 cross walls. It was anchored
. bv Iron braces to the wooden floor beams and
i uio laiior uurncu on iuu wan wu uu-
soiUtclv without support and fell to the
ground. The wall was built In 1885 , before
the creation of the ofllco of superintondniit
The Kitchen nnnox is the ola Herald
'building and the room now usoa ns the
kitchen was then the boiler room. It was a
three story structure , nnd the fourth story
that was added flvo years ago was whore tlio
trouble was. There was a vigorous Uick
made ngainst It , but tno ownera managed to
push it through :
The Insurance. .
The insurance on the hotel building Is as
Qucon , Enclnml 8 2,500
St. Paul , St. Paul 2,500
Transatlantic , Hamburg 2,500
American Fire , Philadelphia 2,500
. /Ellin. Hartford 4,000 ,
North British " , London 4,000
Hartford , llnrtford 4,000
Imperial , London 3,000
Homo , Now York 5,000
Northwest National , Wisconsin 2,000
Plro Association , Philadelphia 2,500 ,
Lonuon & Lancashire , England 4,000
Koyal , England 7,50U
National , Hartford. . : 4,000
Anglo Nevada , Cal 4,000
Fireman's , Now Jorsov 1,000
Lancashire , England 2,500
Mechanics , PhllaUolphia 2,500
Phonlx , Brooklyn. . . . * ; 5,000
Pennsylvania Firo. Philadelphia 2,000
Gorman-American , New York 5,000
Commercial Union , London 20,000
Security , Connecticut 7,500
N ow York , Now York 2,500
Mechanics & Bulldnrs , Now York. . . . 2,500
Buffalo German , Now York 2,500
Hamburg C'lty , Now York 3,500
Eagle , Now York 2,500
Liberty , Now York 2,500
North American , Boston 2,500
Delaware Mutual , Philadelphia 2,500
Standard , Kansas City 1,500
North British , London _ . 4,00(1 (
Total , ? 12.-,000 ,
The old Herald building , adjoining the
Pnxton is insured us follows :
Imperial , London $ 3,000
Pennsylvania Fire , Philadelphia 2,500
( Jrnnito State , Portland r ,000
Phenlx , Brooklyn 2,000
Total ' . .HI-WOO
The furniture of the hotel was insured for
150,000 , as follows :
Sun Flro , ofllco. England 5,000
Merchants of Newark 7,500
Firemen's Fund of California 7,500
Continental ' ' . . 6,000
Springfield. Moss ' . . . . 1,000
Pnonlx of New'York , 2,500
Queen England . ' 2,500
Norwich Union 2,500
Conncctlout : 2,000.
American of Philadelphia 2,000
British America 2,000
Insurance Company of North Amor-
lea , . , , 2xx ( )
Govman-Amuricnn of Now York 2,500
Granite Stutoof Now Hampshire. . . . 2,500
Total * 50,000
Wlioii tlio Wall \Vna HtiHt.
* " "I know It would como sooner or Inter , " declared -
clarod Jim Stopiionsou yesterday afternoon ,
M un stood gazing at tno fatal wall. "If I
and hud my way that ton story would never
tuveeono on thoro. When I was In the
council about ton years ngo Dr. Miller and
othercntno In with a communication nMtltiK
to bo allowed to run the walls of this build
ing uti another story nnd I protested ngalnst
It ns vigorously ns I know now. I told them
nt the tlmo thdy were llxlng up a tire trap ,
but thcro were too many on the other sldo.
There were onlv twclvb members In the
council nt that tlmo nnd I wns j
then representing the Sixth ward.
When it catno to a vote llio pruyor of the
petitioners was granted by n vote of 7 to 5.
In those days tlicro wns no building ordinance
nnd no building Inspector , nnd all that
builders had to do was to satisfy nny mis
givings that might exist In the mind of the
flro department. I predicted nt the tlmo that
the wall if built as proposed would fall some
day and hurt someone nnd n suit for damages
ould bo the result. So far ns the llrst part
of it is concerned my prediction * as como
true , nnd the rest of it will follow very
shortly. My conscience Is clear on the sub
ject , nnd I nm very glad that the responsi
bility for the accident does not rest upon me ,
cither directly or Indirectly. "
llOir OLtt AUK VOl/T
Persons eighty years old or over , who nnvo
resided In Omaha for some tlrao , nro respect
fully requested to correspond with the under
signed. Residence "should bo stated. Sub
jects of mutual Interest will bo discussed nnd
n society of genial spirits may bo organl/ed.
.Addtoss H. J. B , , Uoom 000 , BEE building ,
KYi'UKhSlSl ) US SOIUIOW.
Jcntli of Captain Cnrtr Commented
on by tlui CommlfiHlonurfl.
Mayor Cushlng and Commissioners Hartman -
man , Gilbert and Smith were present at the
meeting of the board of flro nnd police com
missioners last oveninif. The matter of pur
chasing a wagon nnd harness for the assist
ant chief of the flro department was referred
to the committee on property , with power
Chlof Qalllgan's report condemning the
proposed engine house site at .Twenty-ninth
nud Spauldlng , because It wns the old bed of
n crock , was approved , and the slto diagon
ally across the comer , which was offered for
the same purpose , was referred to the city
Tbo report of President Graves and Secre
tary Dempsey of the Police Uoliof associa
tion was received and placed on file. It
showed a balance in the treasury of $ 'ifi7i.4S. )
The association recommended that hereafter
sick benefits date from the time the name of
the beneficiary is stricken from the city's
pay roll ; that death benefits bo changed from
jOO to fl.OOO nnd funeral expenses from
f.)0 to 4100. The recommendations were
placed on fllo until such tlmo as tlio associa
tion amends its charter so as to cover these
The appointment of George Lucas ns spe
cial policeman for the Nebraska tlio and
pottorv company was approved.
Tho' board passed the following resolutions
regarding the death of Captain Carter :
Whereas The board of flro and police com
missioners have Just loainort with profound
oninllnns of grief of the Mid ( loath of Captain
Oartorof eiiRlno house No. 1 ! at last nlt-'ht's
Ilic. whllo In the heroic attempt to proti'ot llio
property and lives of others ; tlioroforo. bo It
Uc.solvoil , That In the duntli or Captain Car
ter tno flro department has lo < t a very faith
ful and iisofnt member , nnd that , In the opin
ion of the board , tlio entire city mourns his
untimely death , and
Hi-solved , That each member of this board
tender to thu Inn-caved family his most hcatt-
foltsympathy , and that those re-solutions bo
spread uiion the records of the board nnd that
u copy of the sanio bo sent to Mrs. Carter.
Chief Galilean was Instructed to have the
onglno houses draped in mourning for the
next thirty days , nnd iho board resolved to
attend the funeral In a bodj.
The chict reported that Fireman McGuire
was up and able to ho around , but that Fire
man Mulvihlll would probably bo laid up for
Mayor Gushing and Messrs. Hortmau and I
Gilbert reported that they had spout most of t
Uio day Investigating the charges against
the flrd department , and Cblof Galllgau in
particular , It being alleged that ho did not b
arrive on the ground for na hour and a half E
after the lire broke out ; that ho
was drunk nnd that the flro was i
very poorly managed from the start.
The committee said the charges , were abso
lutely without foundation , nnd were sur-
prisod that they had boon put in circulation.
They thoupht that , the flro was admirably
managed and that It was owinu to exception
ally good > work that it was beaded off where
In executive session all police ofllcers below -
low the rank of cnptnln were ordered to pre
sent themselves before the city physician before
fore next Monday for physical examination ,
nnd the physician was Instructed to report
upon them nt the meeting of the board next
For years the editor of the Burlington
Junction , ( Mo. ) Post , has been subject to
cramp colic or His of indigestion , which pros
trated him for several nours and unfitted him
for business two or three days. For the past
year ho has been using Chamberlain's colic ,
cholera and diarrhaia remedy whenever oc
casion required , and it has invariably given
him prompt relief. 25 and CO cent , bottles for
sale by druggists.
Striking Swltohmon Arc Very Quiet !
nntl Business GOCH On.
The usual quiet prevails In the Burlington
yards nt this point. A few of the strikers
may still bo soon loafing nbout tho. depot and
in the vicinity of the yards , but they make
no attempt at intimidation. Occasionally one
of the now men is Induced to quit , but the
ompany keep nbout twelve men In each crow ;
o there is no delay.
Ono of the strikers stated yesterday that a
: npctlng would behold of representatives from
dl the organisations of railway men nt which
l .imo It would bo decided whether there
vould bo n general boycott of the Burlington.
The Union Pacific , the Elkhoru. the Mis-
ouri Pacific and the Ch'icago , St , Paul , Mln-
. lenpolls & Omaha roadi handle largo num
bers J of Burlington cars every day and a ro-
} iisal to hundlo thes cars would mean
General Manager Holdrogo is In Lincoln
.ooklng after matters there.
"Soiucthinc pnst AH Good. "
"My horse was badly Injured. I called for
Hnllor's Barbed Wire Liniment , ' ray drug
gist was out , but sold mo 'something Just IKas
Ljood , ' now my horse Is a cripple , whllo my
ielghbor , whoso horse was Injured as badly
as mine , refused all substitutes and bought
abottloof 'Hniler's Barb Wire Llnlmont , '
and his horse Is sound and well. "
Insist on setting tbe genuine all druggists
Joseph Harvey , n carpenter , was arrested
yesterday lomplalnt of Fred W. Gray ,
who claimed that Harvey had forged u chock
for f5. The chock WHS cashed at McMnhon's
saloon i ,
Harvey furnished ball and was released ,
to appear in district court at the next terra ,
Many persons who prldo themselves on
their blue blood would bo far happier with
pure blood : but , whllo wo cannot cheese our )
ancestors , fortunately , by tbo use of Ayor's
Saranparilla , wo can transmit pure blood 1 to
\\nnt n. Motor on Thirteenth.
The property qwnors of South Thirteenth
street have called n mooting for Thursday
night , to bo hold at Hnscall's ball. The ob
ject is to try nnd induce the strcot railway
company to build a motor line on South
Thirteenth street , from Howard street to i N
street iu South Omaha.
these Llttlo IMlls.
TUcr also rclloTO Dls-
trcsa from Dyspepsia. Indigestion -
ITTLE. digestion and Too Hearty
IVER Bating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness , Nausea ,
PILLS. Drowsiness , Dad Taste
In the Mouth. Coated
Tongue. Poln In tlio Side
TOHPID LIVER. Tucy
regulate tfio DowcU. Purely Vegetable.
SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE , SMALL PRICE ,
MAKING WAY FOR DICKENSON ,
Assistant General Manager Ilolcomb of the
Union Pacific Stops Down.
HAS TENDERED HIS RESIGNATION ,
GeorRoVcst Succeeds the Ijnto I > . 12.
Klmlmll ns NortliwcMcrn Ticket
t The Presidential Party
-Notes nnd Personals.
Assistant General Mnnngor W. H. Hoi-
comb of tbo Union Pacific has resigned his
position , the * resignation to tnko effect May
15. Mr. Ilolcomb itoted yesterday that
ho had contemplated resigning for some
tlmo , and his resignation had been sent In
' 'not very long ngo. " Ho declined to raiiko
nr.y statement regarding his future plans.
Mr. Holcomb's resignation strengthens the
rumors that have boon current for some tlmo
that Ed Dlckonson vvould return to the Union
Pacific. This prediction has been made by
TUB HUB , but has boon vigorously denied by
Union Pacific ofllclals
Tlio soiul-olllclnl unnouucomont made In
yesterday's Ben that Dlckonson had
quit the Baltimore & Ohio to take
n position with the Union Pacific
caused general rejoicing nmone the men nt
headquarters and also among the men In the
operating department and shops.
Ono of the secrets of this feeling
may bo found In the statement of
n yardman who has been lu the
employ of the company for years. "Ed
Dlckcnson Is n man , " said ho , "who Is loved
by nil the boys on the road. Ho .was more
llko one of them than an olllcor , when ho was
on the road boforo. Ho would never ask n
man to do anything ho would not do hlmsolf.
In a wreck ho would tnko hold nnu do as
much as anyone , but when ho said n thing
should bo done that settled It. What ho
said had to ' , ' 0. "
The clerks in the general ofllcos were well
pleased but were rather careful In showing
It. The general fooling scorned to bo that his
coining would bo followed by a goueral
shaking up all along the Hue.
The Prrsldentlnl Trnln.
The assistant general manager of the Penn
sylvania railroad company , Gcorgo W. Boyd ,
who will have charge of the special train
bearing President Harrison nnd\ \ party , has
notified the Omaha roads that the presidential
train will bo turned over by the Northern
Pacific to the Union Pacific at Portland on
the morning of May 7th , nnd is scheduled to
leave Portland at 7:15 : a.m. nnd nrrlvb nt
Suit Lnko ntu a. m. on May Oth. The train
will bo side-tracked at Salt Lake until 8 u. m.
nnd turned over to the Hto Graudo Western.
It will pass over that road to Grand Junc
tion , thence via the Denver & Uio Grande to
Denver. The train will leave Denver on the
evening of the lath via the Burlington , ar
riving nt Lincoln nt 0:15 : n. m. on the Kith.
It will remain iu Lincoln until 10 n. m. nnd
arrive in Omaha at 11:30 : n. m The party
will remain In Omnlm until ( i p. m. nnd will
leave at that tlmo via the Wab.isb for Decatur -
catur , 111.
The train will consist of flvo special vcsti-
bu'o ' cars , namely , combination car , chair ,
compartment sleeper , observation car nnd
sleeper. These cars are furnished by the
Pennsylvania railroad company and are
models iu the way of equipment.
" \VcHt Succeeds Kimhnll.
George F. West has boon appointedcity
ticket ngcnt of the Chicago & Northwestern
to succeed the late D. E. Kimball.
Mr. West has boon Omaha passenger agent
of the Northwestern slnco 1SS7 and ono of
the best known young railroad mon In the city.
Ho is twenty-six years of ngo nnd began
his railroad career as telegraph operator on
Grand Trunk in 18SO. Ho has boon with the
Northwestern since 188- , serving ns ticket
agent at Murshalltown , Dos Molnes and
Cedar Huplds before coming to Omaha.
A ticket clerk from ono of the local sta
tions will bo maao assistant to Air. West.
Mr. U. H. IJItchlo , general agent of the
Northwestern , attended the funeral of Mr.
Kimball at Racine , Wis. , nnd will return
NoteH nnd 1'crsonnls.
The regular session of the Trans-Missouri
Passenger association convenes in Kansas
The third tour of the Pennsylvania rail
road company will arrive in Omahu from
Chicago at midnight Wednesday , and will
proceed at once to Denver via the B. & M.
. Mike Dorum , agent for the Burlington at
Nebraska City , died Saturday. Ho has been
ngont at that point for the past fifteen years
nnd previous to that tlmo was with J. O.
Phillip ! ol the Missouri Pacific as clerk. Ho
was well known in Omaha.
An excursion party composed of 200 Cali
fornia people , onrouto to Boston and ether
eastern points , will arrive in this city at 8:30 :
p. m , Wednesday aver the Union Pacific , and
will remain here for two or three hours ,
leaving via the Uock Island for Chicago.
The Union Pacific will establish a stnpf
line from the terminus of the Utah & Nevada
branch to the newly discovered gold country ,
in what is known as the Deep creek region
The line will bo in operation by Thursday of
this week and will maltrt the trip from the
railroad terminus to the farthest point iu thu
Deep creek countiy In twenty-four hours.
Dr. Blrnov euros catarrh. Boo bld'g.
Hort Wheeler's Successor.
It Is understood that It will bo some time
before Judge Wakcley will appoint a stcnog-
ruphor to fill the vacancy caused by the
death -of Bert G. Wheeler. Bird Wakoloy
will return from the south In the course of aya
month or two , and upon his return ho will
take the position. Until that time the other
court stenographers will do the work.
DoWltt s Llttlo early Iltsors : only pill to
cure sick headache and regulate the '
Cnu&tit n Burglar.
John Oliver entered Frank Swoboda's res
idence at Sixteenth nnd Williams Sunday
and stole two watches valued at 870. Ho was
arrested with the stolen property in his pos
session. Ho waived examination and was
hold to the district court in * 500 bonds.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla , -A Of perfect purity.
Lemon -I of'great
AlmcmI Economy"ltllo"'uso >
Rose elc.-J Flavor as delicately
and dollolously as the fresh fruit
For Snlo Wntor HontlH.
The village ofVhnor , OuniiiiB County
Nebraska , IIM l § li > il water Imnds to the
amount nf tUM ( Uvo bonds of tVXIoaoli ) . for
the purpose of oxtendliiB tlio' water wurkH
sysiom hi said rllluifu.
The Ixinds nrorinted April 1. 1891. and duo In
twenty years from datu of IJAIIP , optional af
ter ll\o yo.ir . Intutvat wivun per cent pur an
num , nayablo nnnually , at Kountzo Ilio . ,
KcwVorkOHy. , , ,
Tim loud of trustees of said vlllnRo will
rccrlvo hoalud bids on bald bonds from date
up to7w : : o'clock p. m. , on the iTrti day of
April IKUI , ut which tlmo the bids will bo
opened. All btdd nd coininunlc-utloni to bo
dlri'ctu.l to I * 0. KrluBcl , Village Olurlr , Wis-
nor , Nob.
Dated this llth day of April , 1801.
L. U. KliiNOKt , , Villa o Clerk.
u-ll-d-M. . *
Both tbo-method and results when
Syrup of Figs i8 tnkcn ; it is plcnsntit
and refreshing to the taste , nnd nets'
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
Liver nnd Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , headaches - '
aches and fevers nud cures habitual
constipation. Syfup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind over pro
duced , pleasing to the tnsto mid ac
ceptable to the stomach , prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial m its
elTecte , prepared only from tbo most
healthy nnd ngreenblo substances , its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in GOc
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gist& Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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in a v < ry ihoit
H y Fmr
from Ihret to Art
EOc p r Bottle ,
Before 'and After
Fortify the System
BY THE" USE or
orPure Cud liver Oil and
O3T1 T.TJvTE .A.TTI3 SODJV.
It Increases the resisting
power against Dlaoaso. Restores -
stores to health and strength
the debilitated. Heals the
Lungs and Cures the Cough.
Palatable as Milk.
l-OU SALE 11Y AM , nnU(3OISTS.
onnl > 1o tliodyspeptic to cat whatever lie
vlnlic" ) . Tliry c' ii o tlio food toiiHslinllnto
mill iiourl-.li. the Innly , give appelltf , uud
Office , 39 & 41 Park Place , New York.
Forty-flvo hlchett awards
hnvu been received by Seo-
liury & Johnson from dif
ferent International oxpo-
sltlons for tbe eupcriorlty
of their Porous Plasters
nnd oilier Roods. Ilenaon'8
Piasters liuvo many com
petitors but no rivals. iIt
Is not n nostrum. Got the
TO WEAK MEN Rufforlnff from > oln
carlrdocny , WMtlnp woakneiu , lost inanboud , etc.
I wfll end avnluaGle treatise ( cal ll contMnlnj
fuUpartlcalors for home euro , F1UCI ; of ohargo
Asplemlld medical work ) should bo rcadoy Terj
maa who U nervous and ilobllltat U. Aaarcrt
1'rof. F. C. I'O WMJIl , flloodu * , Couu
The fit-ent French 1'pencrlittlon ,
Curei played out manhood , make Boclety a plea-
euro and married life sntlstactorj. In hort U res
tores that \ Italltr that l > i'1oiiK to n hcnlthy t'sniR
man. H n pnckuno , or 3 for fi. Bent | > or mall , In
a pl.iln Bcaled t-nvelopa from observation , on receipt
ofprleo. Tlio Klnaler DriiK Co. . McCoriulcU A I.uml.
l.csllu i Lusllq , Omaha , A. T ) , Kuitor , Council lllulla
Scaled prooosals will , bo iccolvcd by there
StuU ) Printing Iloitrd , nt'tlio ' ofllco of secre
tary of stuti1 , ut nnvUmo [ before Tiiosdny ,
April'1,1891. ntSp. in. , for printing and blnd-
liiK S.OOi ) copies puoli ofjlrio Kunuto mid lionso
joiirnuU and 1)OUO ) coploi of thu tesslon laws iOf
1HH. gcnnta und lioukd joiiriiulb to bo printed
on book paper , two pduuds | Mir qnlro , supur | )
royal ootuvo form , smiill ulea typo , sl\-to
plea loads between the Itucs , vlthniit HIIIIOO-
i-ssary blanUs , broken ) i | tfs | or piirnsiuplm.
blanks butwnun procooaiiiRs of each day , and
botwei'n dlflerent ( Ks.sloiis of the bamo
day. not to exceed four jucn lines , puses to IM )
same fllzo as Journals of 1S83 , binding half
Hlii-pp. ' 1 30
Sefcalon laws to bo printed on two pound
boolc paper , rfnmll pIclrtDie , papes to lie Name
sUouiul form an the lavs of Ibrt with mar-
Rliial notus and Indox..hoimd In full tilieop. armo
Proposals will also utvrocelvod at the sanio
tlmo and place for printing tlia supreme court
reports and court oitlotlnfcrs nnd for furnlih-
IIIK nil blankN , blank booka and clrnnlars , In-
clndln : : revenue lilnuki miiurcd by the olH-
cors of thu executive department nf the
state for a period of two years from date thoof
Samples and estimates of kinds aim qmin-
fitly of supplies to bu furnished can bo seen
at thoolllcooft-ecietnryof btato.
Proposalx must rtnto for what prlco tlio
bidder will furnish all books In this class per
page and for nil blanks nnd circular per
Kuuh proposal tntist be accompanied by a
bond In the Mini of t\ooO with two or lore
Mirltlcs conditional , that the bidder , will , In
case of award , within flvo iluy after notice
cuter Into contract todo the work.
Bids ID bo marked "Proposals for 1'ubllo
Printing , " fiueseciotary of stato.
lialloy nnd puno pnwf for laws and journals
must be furnished the Secretary ot State , ando
all work to be delivered In Kood order free of
cost at th olllco nf the Secretary of lute
within ninety Uuy > from the date of contract.
IClKhl to reject uny or nil bids reserved.
J. K. llir.t , , Ktate Treasurer , , .K.tnto
T. H. 1IKNTO , Auditor of P. A. , J-Prlutlng
JOHN U , A U.EM , Secretary of btato. 1 Hoard ,
BOYD'S. TWO NIQUT3 ONLY
Tuesday and Wednesday , April 14 and 16.
Tilt : EMINKNT AUT1ST3
In the follonlntr pl r ! Tiio'ilar crenlne , Mil
ton Noblci' mat and KrcatvM plaf , railed
FROM SIRE TO SON.
Alt thoiccncrr tupil In Oils production Is car
ried hf thu CfinipnnT
\VcdiiC9dnx evening , .Milton Noble ) ' poncrtill
draui.t , called
LO VEl AND
s from ocean to ocean.
llux clioct.i open Momtijr at reaulnr prlcoi.
THE GRAND ' TONIGHT
AND nVKHY NIHHT THIS \VEIMC.
Including Saturday Mutlnee ,
DR. E. B. DAVIS
and Wonderful Illustrations of
Popular prices , 15,2. " > itnu 3i conts. Ilex ofllco
open nt 7 p. in.
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
Will Lawlor , Manager. Cor. lltli and I'arnam
WK1IK OF AI'KIM.1
\Vhalo Oil On1. , a lomlnlsoncti fiom the ca.
Tim Spanish Troiibndors. The Milanese
minstrels , ( 'burins Diamond , hnrp nololst ,
Tins Ulonson Olilldii'n. mmK and ditnco artists , i
Tlio I/OJIHIH , comic NkcU'li artists. Jut and ;
1't't. I.oopunl ( tlrls. ll\iin ) llros , and a host of
varloty-tali'iit. .Nuw songs ; new dnndes ; now
DR.J. E. McGBEW ,
10 Years' Experience.
Cured In 3 to 5 < lny without thoI03i of nn houn'tlma
from biHlnmi , The most ubtulnto euro for (5MCKT
nnrt all annoying illichnritoi over known to moilloul
science. HVt'lllI.Id , nnnrMiitotl curolnft ) loM days
The inoit nowcrful remedy yet known for a permit-
nontcuro SI'lUCTimKoriuilnln rollovlnu thu blin
der , cured nt home , without Instruments ; no cutting ,
no puln , no dilating. IX > M of Manhood or Woiknosi
positively cured ; Innnnt relief. Skin disease ] ami
funmlu tllicnuoi permanently cured Dr. McUruw'i
fuicceii In the treatment of I'rlvnto Diseases Im
niiverbcon rtiinlol | ! , nnd his prest nnnr of patients
reaches from the Atlantic to the 1'aclUc. Hooks anil
Circular * freo. Indies from 'i to 4 only , llth mil
I'arnam "trouU Omaha , Not ) . Uiitranca oil oltuor
Medical aod Surp
Kortho troatmontot all CimONIC AND SUHQICAr ,
DISKASUd. Uraces. Appllnncoifor Jeforinltl05inl (
Tru sce . Host Kacllltles , Apparatua end Iteiuodlos
forauccosiiful treatment of erorr form of dlseaie
requiring Medical or Stirulcnl Treatment. N1NKTY
ItOOJiy KOU 1'ATIliNTS , Hoard nnd Attendance
Heat Accommodations ' .Vast Wrlto for circular ! on
DoforraltlOJ and llracos , Tnu'os , Club Foot , Curvn-
turos of Bplne , 1'lles , Tumors , Cancer , Catarrli ,
Bronchitis , Inhalation , Klectrleltr , I'aralysli , Kpll-
ey y , Kldnoya , llladdor. Kye , Kar , Skin and lllood ,
nnd all Curcical Operations. D1HKABK3 OF WOMKN
iiapeclolto. Hook os Msonies \Vomon Froo. Wo
hare lately added n lyln r-ln Department for Women
Iurlnt ( conllnoment ( Strlctlr l'rlvato.1 Only llullm-
llo , Medlcnl ln. tltuto Making n Specialty of rill-
All lllood illsoas'es successfully treated. Modlclno
or Inxtriimcnti sent by mall or express eecurelr
packed , no marks to Indicate contents or Bonder.
Ono persona. Interview pruferrod. Cull and consult
ua or tend hltory of rotir cano , and wa will send In
Jain wrapper our HOOK TO MI5N FHKI5 ; upon Pri
vate. Special or Nervous IJIseasoi , wlthquettlon IHt
Address all letter ! to
Dr. A. T. McLaughlln , President
0th und Harnoy Streets. Omaha.
Moore's ' Tree of Life ,
A nnlllTornro for Klrtncjr and Liver Complaint"
nlul nil blood illsoanos. Douiltpnx to nuflor when
you can bo cured by utlnK Mouro'a Tree of Life
tiiuOrcat I.lfo Hemwly ? I'rlcu * l pur bottlo. 1're-
imrod and i > ut up by Dr. J. II. Mouro. '
utrofco , Two-lmttlen of your "Tree of Mlo. " liM
helped her very inucli , aniln pcrmnnunt euro It ii -
jured. Your nivdlclno 1ms In It tbo irmi oleiiivnUof
amiccos ful rt-nimly , mid Kuunatonro to thu onuses
orououo. , .
( jn MAN
, Mo. , Nor , IU , lit ? )
fir. J. II. Mnnro , OhlcaKo
Dour Mr YmirTn > uof I.lfornmoiluly tn linnil , mm
after n careful trlnl of It , 1 Uko ptoimiro In unylni utt
Isull you cliiliu forlt. If uiiyonu doubts tills Mnto-
ment. lot Ilium wriui direct loniu. With be t wlnhci
for you Bud your Trixj of Ufe. 1 am yours truly ,
C * AI. Kni .
Write for Prices nnd Samples.
LIGHTNBR & mCKliLHAUPT ,
BOSOOB , S. D.
Xotlcr to Conti'Hetom ,
NotloJ 1s hereby glvon ilmt the School
Hoard of District No. I , Dawmin county. No-
braska. will iwelvo bids fur tin ) bullillni : of u
school hniiKo In I.o\liiKUii , Nvbrnbki. : a > > pur
iilansandspfcltiuatlons on fllo with Mr. Ht- |
leiilHiiiho , Archltift , lIustliiRH , Nohraxka. or
at ollleu of Hoard at I.uxInKton , Nobraska.
bald plans can bo neon after April 1'i , and bids
ulll bo rocnlvcd tip to 111 o'clock a. in. Wcdnca-
day , April SI. JMtl. Tlio lloaid reborvoB the
rluht to ri'Ji'i'l ' any or nil bids.
Ily ordur of buhuol llounl.
nMltiu n. M. T. Lm.Ar.ri , Director.
/-10NTHACTOK3 AND MANOrAOTUHKKS
v-/will llnd proposal ndvcrtNeiiicnts of Na
tional , .Stale und Municipal authorities and of
bulldlnc committees , as well as Important
news of projected work. In all partsof the rnl-
ted Hiatus and Canada , not olsowhoru nrnvl-
ously piibllhhod , in TIIK KNUINKWtlNU
KKdOUD.diriorto 1S87 ThuHaiiUary jnxliu : > nr ) ,
Nuvr York. Un ulo Tuusdaya In tills olty. at
K. Wymuu'i. upT-U-i'l-Si
Mr. Philanthropy "So you've been serving ms with The Dally
Bee for two years , oh ? Well , 1 know of no bettor reward than an
order on Hellman for u new suit of clothes , and when you got them
I'll watch you and.my son walk down the street toaethor. "
And the above knee pant suit Is what the philanthropist bouahl
at our store for § 2. We have lots or 'em In half dozen different styles !
He bought this kind of a shirl
waist for 35c , A pair of lone
black hose for 25c. A stylish ha *
for 50c ; and the boy was dressed
from head to foot for $3.10 , and
looked better than most boys.
The boy's father was surprised at
the wonderful bargain , and we
urned him out with a Corkscrew
Worsted'Suit of Clothes like this
for $12.50 , and had he taken it
single-breasted , he would have
got it for $10 , but he was tony :
The liar he has on is his old one ,
he bought a better one from us
for 95c , and we have 12 styles ol
them in black and light shades ,
13th and Farnam. ,
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