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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1891)
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , MAY 20 , 1891. o
BUSINESS MEN GET TOGETHER
Two Hundred Nebraska Marcbanls Working
for Mutual Benefit ? ,
PLANS FOR PROTECTING RETAILERS ,
U'lio Second Animal Convniitlon or the
State Business Mcn'fl AHHodu-
tlon Opening Addresses
The M orlc Ahead.
f _ There nro sixty-five local branches of the
" " "
I Nebraska State Business Men's association
with n total membership 1-153 , representing
the .substantial retail merchants of the stnto
Nearly two hundred members ore in
attendance nt the second annual convention
of the association , which commenced a tlirco
days' session at the board of trade rooms nt
3 o'clock ' this afternoon.
Thruo years ngo the Nebraska State Busi
ness Men's association was organlrod , mainly
through the efforts of Mr. G. H. Webster nnd
Mr , H. F. HoOgln , the piosldont and general
secretary , respectively of Iho state asso
ciation. The orgunl/atiou wns form
ed for the purpose of ntfordlng
the retail dealers ot the stuto
the proicction nnd advantages that nro se
cured only by mutual nnd united effort. The
laws of the state , so the orlglnntots of the
movement hold , wore all against the inlet csts
of the retail merchant , nnu mutual Intoiest
nnd self-protection were the prlmo features in
the organisation It wns proposed to orgnnlro
local branches In each town of the state under
n general stnto organisation with headquar
ters In Omaha. A credit report system
xjkjvas planned to furnish the retailer with the
information concerning his customers that
Dun and Bradstrcot furnishes the Jobbers
concerning retail dealers. The plan caught
the popular Idea and branch organisations
were formed lu many of the towns of the
stato. The efforts ot the state organization
were directed to the passage of bellor laws
for the retail merchants.
The llrst annual convention of the
nssoelatlon wns held In Omaha n year
ORO and was well attended nnd much good
work accomplished. Thu convention which
not this afternoon promises to bo even moro
productive of good results.
There wcro nbout one hundred delegates
present when G H. Wobstor.prosldcntof the
association , called Iho convention together at
2 ! ) p. m.
Mayor Cushing welcomed the dolopatos to
Omaha In a speech well calculated to Impress
thorn that he understood the Importance to
the community nt largo of the retailors' pros
perity. Ho suggested bencllcial changes In
the statutes , mid urged the retail men to
stand together In their organization for thu
. good of themselves nnd the stato.
J President Webster called Vlco President
Lee of Fremont to the chair , nnd responded
* to the mayor's address. IIo said the organ
ization had now got beyond the soothing
syrup nnd soft food period and was ublo to
nmstlcalo an > thing that gi own-up pcoplo
could oat. Ho congratulated the mem-
Dors on Iho success of the or
ganization thus far , and conlldently
predicted Its continuance. Olio suggestion
ho mode was thjit each eastern man write
Iiouio "a lotler giving Nebraska a good
A committee of five was then unpointed tex
x - report upon credentials. They were Haiibcn
of Hastings , Mount of Omaha , Parsons of
Schuylor , Kollins of Wnkulleld , Flak of
jr Thu secretary then road his annual report.
,1 The report showed that the association had
* local organizations In thlrtv cpuntias of the
" -Btato. The association had 1M.U2 ! ! persons
rated. Thlrty-nlno per cent of this vast num
ber of customers were rated ns good
pay and B7 per cent wore medium pay , 14 per
cent wcro slow pay , whllo 10 per cent were
so uncertain that inoi chants had to demand
cash on delivery or run the rlslc of losing the
bills sold to them. The lotal amount of col
lections sent to the Commercial Directory
company for collection was f'J.IO.lTS. This
enormous sum represented the dead beat list
and was mndo up from thu uucolUictud bills
held by 7M > firms.
Louis Hclmrod , chairman of the legislative
committee , reported Iho failure of Iho bill
which the association had Introduced at the
last session of the legislature , nud recom
mended that the association begin ntoncoto
discuss nnd agitate the passage of n similar
bill nt the next session of the state legisla
Whllo the association waited for the com
mittee on credentials lo prepare a report Mr.
6. S. English , of Eagle , was railed out and
SPOKQ upon Iho objects ot ino association.
Mr. Leo of Fremont said ho hud found that
association rating book was n great beno-
.In his business.
y. Stcpler of Fremont also spoke briefly ,
recommending iho work of iho association.
The committee on ciodentlals loportcd the
following delegates present and entitled to
seats in the convention :
Kails Cltyi T. J. Gist , K. 1' . Sullivan.
Wakolluld : Thomas Uawllns
Olarks : II. M. Kukjor , J. U. Uastlo and E. S.
Hustings : II. 0. Hanson , I' , Donodlct , M.
Mo In tyro. H. bhaokolford , Al 1'errens und
bchuylor : M. T. Itohmnn , J. A. Pierce ,
Henry Holt r nnd A. M. I'ursons.
rrninont : I K. Stonier , W. K. Bmiillos. O.
on. William II iW H. T. Htiullor. A.
_ ! , K. S. bnilth , John Sherman uud 11.
Omaha : II. J. Coles , I'red II. Hancock , 1\
Durrolt , U. & llcnuwii , Geurgo A. llunmitt ,
Uhiiries It. Courtney , I' . E. Cutler , William I.
Klorktunil , lt.M. Donnoy , W. 1C. Prtimmoml ,
N. II. rnlconiT , W. J. Klshor , Chris Uunscii , T.
O. lliivons , Clmrlfs llunley , Charles h. lluv-
wood , I.ouls lloltnrod , John II. lluviln. 1' . A
Jones , II. I , . Kennedy. J. M. Jlotcalf. W.V. .
Mai-o , 8. 1 * . Morso. I ) . T. Mount. J. 11. 5-oliinldt.
T. W. Smith and \V. r. Stoetfol.
riiUtmnoiith : Tli.iothy Clnrk. John Wntor-
inlin , Charles Cumiiiliis , M. II. Muipliy , Ka -
HHIH I'utorson , A. II Knott.
Hoatrli'o : O. II. Davenport , .T , L. 1'Nk. A. 0.
Jordan. J. 11. I'urkor , J J. fakon. 0 , I1. Mor-
rl'on. It. J , bmlth.
West I'olnt : L. Ii Chiibhuok , Prank IIului.
Mlndi'ii ! James 11. Cllno , II. J , Van Vulkou-
The meotlng was then adjourned until this
morning nt' ) o'clock , when it Is expected that
delegates from other towns will bo present.
Today will he a busy dav as a number
of Important matters will bo discussed. On
Thursday moinlng the actual work of the
convention will bo completed nnd the after
noon gi\cn over to pleasure seeking.
An excursion train will leave the Union
Pacific depot at 1M5 o'clock for Soulh
Omaha whore iho packing houses will bo
vlsllod. The dologalos will return at 4
o'clock nnd will bo taken nt the Union depot
-uud-given a carriage drive through tlio city
and a banquet at the Mlllard tiotel lu the
Omaha Jobbers nro expected to take a
prominent part In cntcitalnlng the visitors.
TnlkH u ith
A number of prominent delegates were seen
by Tim UKK aiiu nil had an oncouruglntr word
to say about iho crop prospoels throughout1
C. B. Huffman , hardwaio merchant of
Clarks , sulu crops look very well nnd Indica
tions are that the crou will bo onoimous.
The grain will bo markolod early , for farm
ers want money ,
ll. W. Dovoy of PlatUmouth said business
wns fair and collections slow.
( U. B. TchuhotT , stationer and book seller
of IMattsmoulh. said business was pretty
good In his lino.
T. J. Clst ! of Falls City , In iho general
merchandise ) business , said lhat business In
bis part of tbo slntonsprnlty good. Good
crops are proinUod and good times seem lo
T. F. Sullivan , n lumber merchant of Falls
City , said business was very good In his
Timothy Clark , a coal dealer In 1'lntts-
mouth , found collections very slow. "Nover
Saw closer times since 1 have been in aho
I. B , Parker of Bcatrlco sells harness nnd
saddlery. Ho snld : "Business Is fair. I
like thu association plan of collecting bad
I. U Flsk. of Beatrice , U n grocor. "Trndo
Is fair , " said Mr. Fisk.and collections nro a
llttlo slow. The pros poets for fruit and
grain In dago county were never boiler than
. .f'iU. . Bcckman , a butcher of Hastings , and
TC. Hanson , a prominent Implement acalor of
the snnio city , flixld trade was quiet and col
lections slow , but thu crop prospect is the
finest they over saw. Seine of Iho small
gram , they said , was already heading out.
II. J. Lee , a Fremont merchant , staled thai
business \vns vary quiet In bis neighborhood ,
The farmers are very busy , be snld , celling
In Iholr crops nnd there was every Indication
of n largo yield.
A. W. Parsons of Schtiylnr said there WM
a larger acreage this year than over bo fore.
Ho predicted good prices this fall anil Inrgo
croiis. Tlio supply of nil kinds of farm
t > roducts lind been About exhausted and ho
was of the opinion that good prices would
prevail for mi other vonr.
II. J. Van Valkonburg , an old grain man of
Mlndon , was enthusiastic over the crop pros
pects. "Our farmers are putting In moro
grain than over before , " said ho. "nnd they
nro not pulling all their oses In ono bas
ket. They are sowing nil kinds of grain
nnd there Is every Indication of n good yield.
Wo Imvo had plenty of rain nnd no frost , nnd
I see nothing to pi event a very prosperous
year. Our folks have n largo acreage In
sugar borti and wooxpoctto have n suirar
factory homo lime. The now warehouse law
Is n great thing for Ibis state , tlio nearer
homo wo cnn got our market iho better It
will bo for UH. Wo oxpocl to Imvo n largo
elevator In Mlndon this year for storing
grain. It will bo croctoit by the nlllnnue. "
S. S. Kupllsh. editor of the Knglot , a
weekly nanor published In Kaglo , said mat
ters In general were very quiet In his rotrlon
but with every pros pool of good crops nnd u
generally prosperous year.
Sixteenth Annual Mec-tlni ; of the
Eolccllo Medical Society.
The Nebraska State Eclectic Medical so
ciety Is holding Its sixteenth annual mootIng -
Ing In the parlors of Iho Paxton
hotel , and will bo lu session1 today
and Thursday. The society has n
very largo membership which Is Increased nt
each annual meeting , nnd ranks well up with
Iho other similar organizations of the state.
A few of the physicians arrived on yester
day's ' morning trains , nnd qulto a delegation
came In nt noon , but the greater of those
rom the central and western part of the
itato. as well as some who do not rcsldo
.is fur awnv will not bo in until this
motnlng. Special railroad and hotel rates
veto secured for the visitors , nnd It Is
xpectod that fully 150 disciples of
iclcotlclsm will bo here to attend the meat-
The society Is ofllcorcd as follows : Prosl-
cut. Dr. W. Molntyro , Unadllla ; llrst vice
resident , Dr. O. M. Moore , Iir.idib.aw : soc-
nil vlco presidentDr. O. L. NlcholsOmnba ;
.etretary , Dr. M. A. Carrlckor. Nebraska
mtv ; treasurer , Dr. A. L. Hoot , Lincoln.
Censors Drs. J. H. Woodwnul , Sowardj
t. S. Urimos , Lincoln , and H. U. Mortou ,
Committee on legislation Drs. U. L. Bent-
y , Lincoln ; T. tBrltt. . Lincoln ; M. A. Car-
iker , Nebraska Cilv ; M. Colotnan , Stroms-
> urg ; C. H. Chubbuck. Tecumseh ; S. 0\
Dean , Alma ; I. P. Howard. Harvard ;
" > V. Mclntyio , Unadllla ; II. B. Mouon ,
.Vahoo . ; O. M. Mooro. Bradsniuv ; O. L.
S'lchols , Omaha ; A. L. Hoot , Lincoln.
The session yesterday nflornoon was on-
Iroly of a business nnluro. It Included
oil-call , reading Ibo tmnulos of the last
iicottng , applications for niombcrshlpreports
if the secretary ana treasurer , balloting for
'ondidalos. ' report of the board of censors ,
nymont of duos and appointment of com-
At the evening session quite n number of
hi ) members who hud failed to arrive In tlmo
'or the afternoon mooting were present.
Mayor Gushing delivered a short address.
iVelcomlng the medical mon to the city , nnd
rotnised them a hearty welcome should they
hold another convention In the city.
Dr. H. S. Grimes of Lincoln , replied to the
nayor's address and stated the progress of
ho society since Its formation. Inclosing
) r. Grimes saidVo : are here for profos-
lonal purposes nnd I trust that when wo
lave Mulshed our labors wo shall feel that
vo have done good work for cloctlcism. I
iopo wo will accomplish work which shall
ilnco our cause upon a basis which cannot bo
Dr. Woodward of Seward , Dr. Opporman
f Auburn , Dr. Potter of Soward. and Drs.
, Varren nnd Carrikcr of Omaha wore ad-
ilttod to membership.
Four other applications were received und
, helr names were referred to the board of
. 'cnsors. '
A prfpor was rend by Dr. Cnrrikor of No-
iraska CUv ' - " and
-Hydro-Therapy , one
jy Dr. A. Opperman of Auburn on "Hydro-
Thorn poutios. "
The remainder of Iho evening session was
alcen up In Iho discussion of thcso papers.
Another session will bo held at SM : a. m.
Seine Policemen Pitt Out That New
Won Slay Slop In.
The board of flro and police commissioners
iiold a special meeting last evening for the
purpose of appointing now members of the
[ loltco force , and after a short deliberation
the following list was agreed upon ;
N. V. Halter , H. W. Dunn , John Uavon-
kampV. . E. Abbott , A. M. Glover , S. D.
Ulcnolmnn , Theodore Bcnnott , H. M. Flint ,
Richard Flynn , A. L. Jnckmnn , Michael
Della rd , F. 0. Holman. S. D. Cory , John F.
uoffgo , George W. Briee.
These fifteen mon were ordered to report
nt once at the ofllco of the board and then to
the city physician for physical examination.
It Is expected to Imvo them go on patrol
duty about Juno 1. It Is not the intention to
Increase the size of the foroo , so It will bo
necessary to ctcalo a few vacancies.
There nro live vacancies now existing1 , but
about a dozen of the present members nro to
bo lot out. as was predicted seine time ngo.
Some of Iheso nro physically Incapacitated ,
while others are , as one of the commissioners
expressed It , "of no earthly USD to a police
department or anything else. "
Then the quoUlou of who should step down
and out same up , nnd in less fine than it
takes to toll it the following resolution was
Ilcbolvcd , That the board do hereby con
sider and declare that It Is noce'.aary for the
piopcr iiiniiuKomcnt nnd discipline , und for
tlio more olTcctlvn working and service of the
police department to rctnovo Iho following
members of iald department , unil they art )
hereby remo\oU , said removal to lake elTcot
atTo'clookp m . on tlio Mist day of Mav. 13'l ) ,
vJz : Ulmrlcs Kverly.'J. It. I'lddos , It. W.
Mollrldo , I'otor Mut/u. I'HXIIK Johnson. Gnorgo
Undo , 1'nirlokJ. Knrlght. 1'atrlck lllnelioy ,
David O. Kowdon , Juhn Doll , Patrick Unslclt.
The matter of cleaning up the city was dis
cussed , and vigorous stops will ho taken at
once to compel property owners to lomovo
all accumulated rubbish.
Thomas' Dntcft Chan Rod.
Owing to a rearrangement of dates In other
cities the Thomas orchestral concerts In
Omaha will bo given Wednesday afternoon
nnd evening , Juno 3. A complete change of
programme will bo made , and all the artists
will appear at each concert , nnd several
popular request numbers added to the pro
grammes which will bo selected by the ticket
buyers through n plan to bo announced- later
In the weak. Mauugor Blakoly has kindly
added another feature to the concerts In the
person of the celebrated tenor , Slg. Halo
Campanlnl , who joins Mr. Thomas hero for
the remainder of his tour. Surely with the
grand orchestra such brilliant soloists us
Josoffy , Cntnpaulni and Miss Floinmlug , no
doubt should exist as to iho grand buccoss of
Never had a preparation a moro nppron-
prlato uamo than AVer's Hnlr Vigor. Whom
the capillary glands bccoma enfeebled by
disease , ago , or neglect , this dressing Im
parts renewed Ufa to the scalp , so that the
Imlr assumes much of IU youthful fullness
and beauty ,
In the Onurtfl.
The murder trial now being hoard before
Judge Estello , whoroln Tom MoNamoo Is
charged with having killed Klslo William
son , alias Kate Nichols , > , as da void of intor-
oit or sensation ,
Dr. Coulter was on the stand during n
greater portion of the day answering medical
Judge Davis lookup the cnso of Christine
Noble apalnst the city of Omaha.
The plaintiff claims that October 12 , 1839 ,
in company wllh her husband , Seven I- ' .
Noulo , sha wa * walklngr along Soulh Thlr-
looiilu street , In the vicinity of Park Forest.
It was u dark , rainy evening and as sha was
crossing' tno street she slipped and foil over
an oiubankmonl , breaking her hip bones , bo-
sldoi injuring bar apluol cord. This Impaired
her general health uiul she now wonts & 3.000
Constipation poison * tno Dlooa : OoWltt's
Little Early Risers cure Constipation. The
cause roiuocd the disease Is gone , .
Twice eacli year , once in the fall and once about this time in the spring ,
we arrange a grand Benefit sale of Clothing for our customers. This we do for a
two-fold purpose : First , to show , in a measure , our appreciation of the magnificent
support accorded us By" ; the citizens of Omaha and the west since the day we opened ,
and second , to create a grand and lasting advertisement for our store. Every man
who takes advantage of the sale which we began on this
and who will tell his friends of the wonderful bargain he gets , is by far the best advertisement
we can get , and we intend to have eighteen hundred such advertisements talking for us in the
next ten days. We have been preparing for this sale ( and the sales to follow ) for weeks. Our
buyer has scoured the eastern markets day after day for bargains fas a scourer he beats Sapoliq ) .
He has bought twenty-five suits of one kind , fifty of another , a hundred of another , a hundred
and fifty of another , and so on , making a grand total of
:18OO : SUITS. !
These Suits have been selected -with great care.
They come in sacks and frocks.
They come in all sizes , from 34 to 42.
They come in dark colors , medium colors and light colors.
There are suits for young men , suits for middle-aged men , and suits for men -who sit in
the "bald head" row.
There are suits for the laboring man , the mechanic , the merchant and the professional
man. Not a suit in the entire lot but -what is worth a full grown ten-dollar bill , most of them
worth twelve to fourteen dollars , and many are worth up to fifteen dollars. We have put the
entire eighteen hundred suits in onegrandlot , and for ten daysbeginning Wednesday morning ,
you can take you pick for
Remember we are going to sell eighteen hundred suits in the next ten days a hundred and eighty a day an.d
we always make a success of our undertakings.
CORNER DOTJ0LAS AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
ENDED GRIEF IN THE RIVER ,
A Chicago Girl Goas from Her Mother's
Gravoto Her Death-
MONUMENT FOR ' 'MARTYR" ' ANARCHISTS.
iiislilo Vlow of the Chilian Ucvolutlou
and the CUHSOH AVhloh Ijcil
to It To Heoolve I'ur-
CHICAGO OFPICE OF Tun REE , )
CHICAGO , Mny 19. f
Bertha Camontz , daughlor of a well-to-do
Gorman living on Iho west sldo , coinmlttoil
ulcldo yesterday after a lone visit to her
mother's grave. The girl hud been suflerinc
from melancholia overslnco tbo death of her
mother , nnd her father was to accompany I
her back to Uonnuny In accordance with her
frequently expressed wish. The trunks were
packed nnd sent to the station when
the girl wns found to bo missI I
ng. A handkerchief was found by J
her mother's grave und the crushed grass
showed that she bad boon recently lying upon
, t. Investigation showed tnat she had gene
directly from the cemetery nnd thrown herself -
self into the river nt the foot of Bluckhawk
MOSUMKNT FOU TUB AVAIICIIISTS.
Socialists will erect n hanasomo monument
of npproprlato design In Walhclm comotcry
to marit the spot where Spies , Par
sons , Fischer , Llnpp nnd Engel
are burled. The monument will cost
$5,000 and the base wjll cover thirty squnro
foot of ground. Whllo no choice has yet
beep made ns to the design , the central ideate
to bo brought out by the designers , as ex
plained by the committee , is that of "liber
ty , " nt whoso altar the "mnrtyrod proletar
ians" are supposed to have offered their lives.
The uuvolllng of the monument will take
place during tbo progress of the Columbian
exposition nnd In connection with the opening
of the Intornntloual Workingman'h ' congress.
SOUTH AMKU1CAX AffAIUS DISCUSSr.t ) .
General Thomas L. Osborno , ox-United
States minister to Iho Arponlino Republic ,
nrrivod bore yestordav. Ho has been In South
America for the past thirtu < n years nnd is
well qualified to sneak on matlors poilaluing
to that country. Ho Is nn Intimate friend of
President Bnlmaeedu of Chill , lu spcaulng
of thu latter ho said :
"A more determined man I never saw. Ho
was Chilian minister to the Arqonllno Ko-
dubllo during my tlmo thoro. Very shrewd
ho is , too , and Intelligent. I think eventually
ho will succeed. You probably know the
i evolution wns occasioned by the Chilian con
gress refusing to permit him to name bis suc
cessor. Thu members of congress wout
aboard the vessels of Iho Hoot , all of which
save some now ones wcio on its side. Bui-
maccda retained the army by offering It
double pay. The war Is a terrible ono. The
Chilians are dcscondod from the Arcanla In
dians , who were never defeated , No prison
ers are taken. Everybody Is killed.
Haltuacoda lives in bis palace. His
mother , who cooks his meals , says she
wants him to dlo there If ale he must.
Ho contlscatcd all the property belonging to
the insurgents nnd the moment any mnn.iIcU
or poor , raises his hand In defense of the In
surgents or shows the slightest Inclination to
luru against the government , Unlmacodu
claps tnat man In jail and confiscates hts
property. Kdwnrds Jlrothers , Iho big bank
ers worth over $ . ' > ,000,000 , favored the insur
gents nnd they are now comparatively poor.
The boiler classes nro with the insurgents ,
but so long as the nrmy , which Is UU.UOO
strong , continues with Ualmaccda , uo will
hold out. The insurgents nro trying hard to
form a land force , and If they succeed Iho
lido will bo turned against Dnlmacoda. For
tbl * purpose they nro buying arms lu the
United Stales. The Itata probably has a big
"Was anything In nalmaccdn's administra
tion criticised by the Chilians ! "
"No , It wns satisfactory. Hut they feared
that his wanting lo appoint his own successor
meant that ho had somothlng to cover up and
congress objected. The war will sot Chill
back fifty yoara. "
"On which aide ls the church I"
"Neutral. About six year * ago Mont , the
then president sent the '
, pope's roprusonla-
Uvos bag and baggage back lo Rome. Prior
to tnat time the pope ran things in Chill.
Mont Insisted that the state and not the
church was supreme , nnd sj'nco then It has
! boon. " t
Referring to the financial situation In
Argentine , General Osborno says : "Tho
worst tlmo has been passedinnd an upward
movement Is continuing und.lt will soon bo
on Its fret. " The generarwlll be In Chicago
a week end will then leave for Washington.
Totm OP rAii.s'EM. 'fcNvors.
The Pixrnoll onvoj s' recepliou committee
has received a letter from James Kelly , M.
P. , the chief of the Parnell delegation to this
country , stating that William Kodmond.
member of parliament for Fermanagh , will
ninvo In Chicago this week nnd take charge
of the organl/atlon of Iho mcollngs in the
western nnd middle states , A general moot
ing of Pnincll sympathl/ers will bo held In
this city next Sunday at which Mr. Hcdmond
will deliver an nadress. The duto of the
Chicago demonstration will then bo fixed.
Mr. Kelly says that the envoys' tour In
Canada was verv successful and their meet
ings in New York state and Now Kngland
nro very well attended.
A TltOUm.KU DEMOCRAT.
The activity of republicans In starting the
canvass of Ib'JJ Is a tnoru In Ihu sldo of ox-
State Senator Henry WcUtlcld of Soutn
C.uollim , and unless domociats bostlr thorn-
solves simllaiiy , the republicans will by next
3 car bo so far ahead , ho says , as to defy all
"Why 1 Since the convention of the rcbub-
lican league in Cincinnati , republicans have
boon working llko beavers down our way or
ganising clubs , " ho said at the Palmer house
today. "They nro what count. They did
business in IbSS and will In 1S92 If the domo-
crnts don't wnko up. It seem * as If the ban
quet of last Jail still lies heavy on the demo
| cratic stomach and Instead of the leaders
i doing anything lo enlist their followers in the
I light they mo occupying themselves with
I backbiting ono another. Down our way those
in charge of the ropubllcan club now are
doing splendid service and I understand It Is
the sumo In other states. They are getting
many lecruits nnd If inoro U anything In or-
ganl7atlon the lopubllcans are going to como
so near winning that It will tuko n magnify
ing glass to distinguish any difference be
tween them and the leaders. "
A TKUIIini.C 1'U.Ii.
Charles Helm , nn Iron worker , fell nlnn
stories nbout U o'clock this morning , strik
ing upon r. ullo of planks and Iron pipf > s nnd
lives to tell of it. Helm was employed in the
now Manhattan building which H being
erected at 315-U17 Dearborn street. Ills in
juries are severe but the physicians thluk ho
siionr OK FUNDS.
Owing lo u threatened bhortaso in the po-
Hco fund it Is probable that the force will bo
relieved of nbout five hundred men , although
moro mon are really required for tno proper
protection ol the city.
WhSTEHN PHOI'MS IX CHICAGO.
Among the western people In Chicago
today were the following
At the Palmer A. A. Mlllor. Payotto ,
Idaho ; C. W. Hlbbard. Sioux Falls , S. D. ;
Chuilos Hayward , Uupid City , S. D. ; Ed-
word M. Friend , Lincoln , Nob.
At the Auditorium C. Jc E. West , H. A.
Chamborlin , Uushvillo , Neb , ; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Strnubs , H. C. Norse , 'Des ' Molnos , In. ; T.
D. MoMartln , Sioux Fulls , S. I ) . ; Mr. and
Mrs. Watson Plckrell , Beatrice , Nob.
At tha Grand I'acllloK. . ' M. Morsoman ,
L. J. Diako , Omaha ; Wohstor Eaton , Lin
coln , Neb , ; Mr. and Mrs.V. ' . L. May , Fremont -
mont , Neo. ' i"
At the Shorman-E. S. eely , H. A. God-
frcy , Cedur Ilaplds , la. "
onns AMI nsi)3.
Although public gambling has apparently
boon effectually suppressed , Miwor Wash-
burno savs pool selling will , bo permitted at
race tracks this summer. , , '
Major William J. Pollock , suporintundont
of the free delivery system of the postal
service , arrived In Chicago yesterday on ft
tour of Inspection of thu largest postoftlcos
of the eountrv. ,
Major W H. Wllllarti , asocial ncont of the
treasury department , passdd throuph Ihocliv
yesterday on his way to Ataska under special
orders to Investigate rather c-ontradlolory re
ports sent In by the special ngcnls now there
regarding the condition of the tUhcrlos.
KxaspcratlnK If ) no Nnnio for It.
Now , husband , I told you to got blue rib-
bon. and you brought rod , and yon brought
codfish when I snld mutton , nod , worst of
nil , you forgot that bottle ot H"'lf ' = > i am
Paraiyrer , when you knoyy how I suffer from
headache and rheumatism , and it's thu ouly
thing lover pot that helps mo. O , dear I
What a mau ,
Advertising Oinnhi ,
Yesterday the director ! and advisory board
of tbo Omaha Heal Estate Owners' associa
tion mot for the first time la formal session.
About the first matter tackled was a proposi
tion to send the Oinnlm guards to the Indiiin-
npolls chill. This was discussed mat dropped
pending decision. Then the falling olT In
Omaha's bank dealings was referred to und
n committee appointed to see the executive
committee of thu Omaha clearing house on
After this plans to make the worlc of the
orgnniratiou otfoctlvo were ilUciused and
subsetIptlon lists talked over.
DoWitt's Llttlo Early Hisers. Best little
pill over mado. Cure const ! pitlon every
tlmo. None equal. Use thorn now.
For Schlitz boor apply to R. R ,
Dr. Cram , S.W. cor. 16th nnd Dodge
ts.cures cuncor anil all chronicdisoasns.
GO AS TlinV PIjHASK.
Ohio Club People Will Plonio nt
The Ohio club hold n mooting last evening
in room 919 Now York Life building to per
fect arrangements for its third annual pic *
nlc , to bo hold on Saturday afternoon , May
30 , In Falrmount pant , Council Bluffs.
This club has a membership of a llttlo over
four hundred and Is n social organization
composed of former residents of Ohio. The
ofllcorsaro ! George F. Brown , president ;
Dr. L. F. McKontm , vli-o president ; W.V. .
Slabaugh , secretary ; Will McCaguo , treas
The previous picnics of the organisation
have ucon indoor affairs , the llrst at the
Young Men's Christian association room )
and that of las > t year at the 1'axton. This
year till Ohloans are Invited , whether they
nro members of the club or not , and It Is ex
pected that fully 3,000 psoplo will attend
this Buckovo picnic.
Everybody will go as they please , rind nil
will meet In the park at : i o'ulock. Lunch
will be served at 5 o'clock , alter which
numerous speakers will iclato sketches of
Ohio life. In the ovcnlng the club mcmbors
Will hold a iccoptlon In thu parlors of the
now Grand hotol. South Omaha has nn
Ohio club partially organized , and Council
Bluffs is nbout to tmlliito her example. The
Ohloans of both places will participate lu the
pleasures of the day.
DoWitt's Little E rtv lluarifortho Llvar.
Deputy Marshal Charles Ljon returned
yesterday from Batsott with Otis Pool , a
llvorymnn of that town , who was arrested as
nn nccomnllco In the recent couutorfolllng
work lhat has boon discovered In towns
alonn tha line of tha Elkhorn road.
Judge Dundy has overruled the motion for
a now trial In the case of Lynch against the
About twenty cases were continued until
next term by Judge Hlnor.
In the application of the Union Pnclflo for
nn Injunction against thu Klmbail county
water power nnd supply company , Judge
Dundy decided to grnnt a toiiporary InJunction -
Junction rostr.ilnlng the county treasurer
from selling the bonds voted to snld com
pany. The Union Pacific was required to
furnish n bond of JJ.OJO.
The cnso of the Knnsas paving nnd con
duction company against Iho city of Omaha
was postponed until next term of court.
Dr. Birnoy euros caiarrn. Boo bldp.
Chaplain Nnvo , who has bean on n Icavo of
nosonco at Fort Loavcimortn , passed
through the city yesterday ou his way to
The following board of examiners has been
appointed to moot nt Fort NIobrara nnd ox-
amlno applicants for the position of commis
sary icrgoant : Major Etnll Adam , Captain
John B. Kerr mid Lieutenant Hugh I. Galla
gher , nil of the Sixth cavalry.
The following otlicors have been appointed
for the same purpose at Fort Du Ctiospo ,
Utaht Major James F. Ktndlott and Cup-
tain Eugene D. Dlmmlck of the Ninth cav
alry nnd Lieutenant 0. D , Vance of tbo Six
teenth infantry ,
Drs. Betts& Belts
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
14O9 DOUGLAS STB.E1ET
OMAUA. NEB ,
Tno most widely nnd fnvoruWy known ipeo *
inllitiln the Unftoi States. Their IOIIR oi >
porlonoe. remarkable skill nnd universal nuo-
COM In the treatment and cure of Nervous ,
Chronic nnrt Surgical Dlifmses , entitle them
eminent physicians to thn full confidence of
the aflllotod oviirywliorn. Tlmy pnnrnntnoi
A OEUTA1N AND POSITIVT. OUHB for
the awful effects of early vlc < * und the iumor-
or. evils Hint follow In UK train.
k'RtVATK. Hl.OOn AND SKIN DISEASES
spoocllly , completely nitil pcnmim'ntly cured.
NERVOUS IlKfllUTY AND HKXUALDIS-
OKDEHSylolU ro.ulily to their skillful troat-
PILES , FISTULA AND ItERTAL ULCEIia
cuarnntcod cured wltliont pain or detention
HYDKOUILE AND VAUICOOELB porma-
nontljr and successfully etired In every cuso ,
BYPniLlS. QONUUKIIKA , OIKKT. Spur-
mi\torrl 05 , Hcinliml Weakness , Lost Mnnhood ,
NlRht EnilSHloiiH , Decayed I'uciiltloH , Komnlt
WoaknoBi nnd nil dolloatu rtNorJers piicullaf
to cither > ax positively oiirril , in well as nil
functional disorders that result from youthf.u
follloa or the oxruns of nmturo yo.irn.
TPirTIIlMJ Ouar.intend yprinano n tl j
J I S\l\u I U l\Ij oiirod , rcr.iov.U coinplotiv
without uutt ln , cimstio or illhitiithin. Cur(4
ctTcatcd at homo by patient without B mo
ment's imln nriinnoyauoi ) ,
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN.
awful offoeta ol
criy , vcu which Ur
, ilcntrnylni ; both mind anil
body , with ull Its drujdod His. permanently
HOC'np'niS ( Address those who have tm-
L/rvo. 1U..1 1J paired tlminr Ivo by Im
proper ImliilKoncn nnd Military nuhlts , which
ruin both mind nnd body , nnllttlna thorn ( or
bmlncm. mud v or tniirrluito.
MAIUIIED MKN or those ontorlnf ? on that
biippv life , uwaru of physical dublllty , quickly
la toneod upon fixels. Tlrit I'ntotloal exptrl *
unco. Hecoinl 1\ : cry caio U apoclally studied ,
thus tartlnn rlRlif. Third medicines nro
prepared In our laboratory exactly to suit
each cute , thus affecting cures without Injury.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
H09 DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA. NEB
Gonorrlittcn , ( ilcrt and / .
curud In'Jilnys by iho I'lonuli Ki'iumly n
.titled llm KING. It ilUsoho-i QKiilust nml Is
absorbed Into tno Inflamed puiU Will rufund
money If It does not euro or eitusus stnulurn
( Ji'iitliinuin , hnni Is a reliable nrtliiln. Jlx
psiuka 'o or - for ! ' per mall prop ilil. Mo-
rnrniluk & Lund , Omiilia ; O. A Moluhnr ,
Howard Movers und 1 ; .1. Sevknra. .sniilh
OrnMlni ; A , I ) rosier und M. I' , Kills Counell
Not lee to Conlrnutorg.
Notice Is lioroby islvon that go Uod bids will
bo rnoolvod by the boml of puljllo hinds and
IniUdlnjsut thu ollluo of thu hoorotury of
Mate ni Lincoln. Nub , until thu ' 'nil day of
Juno , 1B9I. lit 4 o'fllofk p. m. , foi Iho urni'llon ,
fDnslriictliin and complntlon of u Iwo-Hturv
brluk and Htono bnlldlni ; known UN "Thu htuVy
Industrial School for Hoys and UlrU , " lo bu
ercuttxl ittticiuiva , rillnuiru county , iNuh , as
pur iilaim , Hpoolflflallonsand iloHisiis now on
IHi ) lu thuolllcttof thucntiiiiilsslnnnruf publlu
liindHand bulldtnzH ul Lincoln. Neb
L'ontructors will bn roiiilii ] > d to conform to
rules and riuulatlom UH set forth In Hpuelll-
cutlonii uilontuil by the bonrd ,
Thn hoird roiorvoi Iho tL'lit to nijoot uny
and ull bills.
Dated at Lincoln , Neb , May n. IS' ) ] .
A. ll IIUMriiiiKV.
I'rusldunt Hoard I'ubllo Lands and llulldlnus
Attest : JOHN U. ALLIH , BccfCtury of Ulutu
RRILWRY TIME GRRD
' inilCAHO , MIU i ST. T-ATJlTTTrri 0
pmnli i JJLLL-'lSJ'iL' . i " _ _ nnit Many hta | Oninlin
GAO p ml Clil < ! iKo" kpren i ji/,0 nm
u 11 H m i . . .Chicago Krprc'ii | ( 10 pm
I.CITOJ I 011IUA0 ! , It J A l'Al'lil\ I Arrival
Jninlin m ILl'iUHliJUHUi1 ' ! ! ! St < | Onmlia
C20 p in NlKht Kxpruai
V l.'i n in . . . . . . Atliinllo Kxpron .
4 ,10 p in . Vuxtllmlu l.linltoil
J-onvos I SIOUA crrPACIHO. . 1 Arrive
Oinnlia I Doput 10th unil .Mnrcy a It I ( ht tmlitu
7 11 n ml . . .Hlmiv ( Ity I-ii icnjfor ill ) g ) ra
Jj3.1iml ! Ht. I'liiil K vine SB. . . .llos1 * n m
HIOUX cirVA I i 10. Arrlvui
Oiniilm I Doppt l.'tli imii u ehstor SM. Onntlin.
DUUp lu | . . .Ht. 1'a'il Umltuil P Vi n m
i.d.vi.3 iniICA < ; o A. .NOUTIIWi-l'HllN : I ArrurV
Oiimlin U I * dppnt , | IJlhniiil _ JlnrjySti _ ' Onmliii
Nntlco to CoiitrnolorH.
Nol lee U hi ) , oby flvnn Unit sealed bldii will
bo u-vidxdd by the Hoard of IMurtillrm of
Nrl-on , NnoknllH cininly , Nub , tit the 1'lrnt
Nallonnl bunk In sulil ulty. until 8 o'ulook
D in. 1'rlday , the " 'nil iluy of .May , 1-ul. for
ilm orcullim und coniplctUin of a hUli hchool
biilldliu ; . l.Hllnuitoil cost Hlxtrnii thoiiHiiiiU
UNO hiinilri'd dillarshlVK(0) ( ) ( ) . I'luns on Illu
ContractiirH will ucconipnny riinli hid with a
curtllhxl cliri'k pityiibli ) to mild llouril or IMn-
ciitlon In tha sum of tlvn hniHlicil dnlliiiH
( } V)0.00) ) as u uvldencn of KOO I faith , Tin )
board reserve * Iho rK'ht lo lojoot any or all
bids. Uio. : K , JlcDuNAIil ) .
Noilui ) .
The annual tnoolliu ot HtnoltholdiTS of the
rronionl. Klkhorn .V Mlniionrl Vulloy railroad
roiiipiiny will ho hold at the olllen ot thu com-
puny In Omnhii , Neb , , nn 1'rlilny , May 'J. , IH1I ,
nl'J o'ulock p. in. for thn olcglloii of < lln < otor- <
und for Urn traiiNautlon of iiuili othur hiuluosi
an may bu prunonti'd , Datud May H , 1MH
J , U. llBimxuu , beornliiry ,
MU.1 | .1t 111
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