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THE OMAJLA DAILY BEE : WEDEESDAT. M.AY 110. 1891.
Hundred Hebaska Mercbaats orkng !
for Mutual Benefit ? ,
PLAN'S ' FOR PROTECTING RETAILERS.
UIio Socoud , Vntiiial ( ' < Mivonlloii of the
fctiito JQtmliicss M : H'H
tlon OpcnliiR Adilrcis
Tlio Work Ahead.
Thtro nro slity-flro local branches of the
f iN'obra-jlta State I3uslncss Men's ' association
with a total mornborshlp U52 , representing
the substantial retail morchatiti of tlio state
Nearly two htmdroil monitors are in
attendance at tbo Boconcl tnnual convention
Of trio association , which commenced a thrco
days'session ' at the boird of trade rooms nt
2 o'clock this afternoon.
Thruo jenrsngotho NebraskaStato Dusi-
ncssMcn's association was organized , mainly
through the cITortsof Mr. 0. II. Webster nnd
Mr.lt. I ? , Hodgin , thoprosldont and general
secretary , rcsnectlvoly of the state asso
ciation. The organization wiw form
ed for the purpose of atfordlnit
ttio retail dealers ot the itato
the protection and advantage * that are secured -
cured only by mutual nnd iiiutod ofTort. The
laws of the state , so the origlnaton of tlio
movement held , -wore all against the In tGicsu
of the retail merchant , ana mutual Intcicst
andself-protcctionworo tlioprlmo features in
the orgnnl/atlon. It wus proposed to organize
locnlbranches lu cnchtownnf the state imdor
n Kcnur.il state organization vlth hcndquar-
tors In Omaha. A credit report system
; _ jjvaa planned to furnish the retallorwith the
information concerning liU customers that
Dun and Bradstrcut furnishes the Jobbers
concerning retail dealers. Tlia plan caught
the popular Idon and branch orsanlziitlons
were formed In mnny of the towns ol the
stato. Tlio efforts of the state organization
were directed to the passage of bettor laws
for the retail merchants.
Tlio flrat annual convention of the
association was held la Omaha a year
ago and was troll attended and much eood
work accomplished. The cotwntlon which
mot this afternoon promises to bo en on inoro
productive of good results ,
There wcro nbout ono hundred doloptoi
present \vhCnG. \ II. AVobstorpresident of the
association , called the contention together nt
2:30 : p. in.
Mayor CuslnnR welcomed the delegates tu
Omaha In a speech well calculated to impress
them that ho understood the importance to
the community nt largo of the retailors'pros
perity. Ilo suggested boiicllclal changes in
the statute ] , and nreod the retail men to
stand tOKQtlicr inihclr organization for thu
.good of thornsolvcs nnd tlio stato.
J 1'rosldontVelistorculled \ Vlco President
Leo of frcmont to the chair , and rosi > oudcd
' to the mayor's ' address. Ilo said ttio organ
ization hnd now KOt beyond the soothing
syrup and soft food porioil and wai nMo to
ninUIcato anytlihifr that groivn-up pcoplo
could cat. Ilo congratulated the inciii-
Dors on the success of the oi-
gaulzatlon thus far , and conlidentl ;
prcdictcil its continuinco , Ono sugscstion
ho raado wns tlyit ancli eastern IIKUI write
homo "a , letter giving Nobraslia a good
Bond-off , "
A commlttoo of Jlvo wat then appointed to
- _ _ report upon crotlentials. They wcro Ilauscn
of Hastings , Mount of Omaha , Parsons of
Schuylcr , Holllns of Wnkefleld , Fhk of
f The secretary then roadhla annual report.
. , f The report showed that tlio association hnd
'rlocal organizations In thirty cpuntlos of the
"Btuto. The association had Ui.tiU pcmons
rated. Thirty-tiino per cent of thisvastnuin-
bcr of cuitouiors ivoro rated as good
pnyandUT per cent w > ro medium pay , 14 per
conl wcro sioxv pay , while Hi per cent WPN
so uncertain thut merchants nud to demand
cash ondoliroryor run the risk of loslnjr the
bills sold to thorn. The total amount of col
lections sent to the Commercial Directory
company for collodion was tttii,175. ) Tins
enormous sum roprosontcJ the dead beat Hit
mid was tnndo up from the uncollnctod bills
held by "HO llrmj ,
Louis Hclmrod , chairman of thologislatno
committee , reported the failure ot the bill
which the association hnd introduced at the
last session of the legislature , and recom
mended that the association begin at once to
discuss and agitate tbo passage of a similar
bill nt the next session of the state logisla-
\Vhllo \ tlio association waited for the com
mittee on credentials to prepare n report Air.
S. S. English , of Eagle , was called out and
spoito upon the objects of the association.
Mr. Leo of IfrotuontsnU ho had found thut
the association rating boolc was n great beno-
" his business.
- Stcpler of Fremont also spoke briolly ,
recommending the \\orkof the association ,
The cotnmlttoo on credentials icportcd the
t oiloulng delegates present and on titled to
aoits m the convontlou :
KallsClty : T. J. Olst. P. r.9alllvan.
Wakctluld : U'hoiius Hawllrn.
Ulurks : II. M. KokJor.J. 11. Oastlo and E.S.
MiislliiKH : IT.O. Ilanscn , F. Tlenoilict. M.
Mel n tyro. 8. bhiiotclfonl , Al 1'orruni und
hiluiylor : M , T. Itohman , J. A. . Pierce ,
Henry lioltnr nnd A.M. 1'tirsmi1 ' * .
_ rrtnnontt E.P. Slonler , NY. E. Bnullos.O.
Ollcldcn , Wllllaiu llllos , B. T. SlaulTor. A.
VJiiRcr , K. H. i-mltli , John Blioriuaii aud II.
Omaha : II. J. Coles , I'rod IT. Uabcock , V.
Hiirrott , O. H. lloiiawu. ( Joorgo A. llonnitt ,
Ohurlei H , Courtney , VE. Cutler , \Vlllium 1.
Jilorstuiul , it. Al , Douno)1V , It. Drunnuond ,
K.1J. FiilcoiH'r \ . J. KJ&lior , Oh rh Hanson , T.
0. Ilinons.Clnrlc-'slltiiilpy , Charles s Hay-
voocl , I.onls 1 Itlinroil , John II. Ililssln. ! ' , A.
Jon sll. , Ivcnnody / , J M. Motcalf , Vf.V. \ .
Wm o,8. I'.Morsi- . T. Mount. J , 11. Miinldt.
1. W. Smith anil \ V.IMootrol. .
IMaltsiiioutli : Th.iothy Ohrlr. Job \Vatcr- -
inun , Uhurlcs Ciiiiiiiilns , M. D. tlui-pbr , II is-
, mi IK I'otorson. A. II Kiintt.
lioatrloo ! O. It. lUvonnort , T. L. KIilc , A. O.
Jordan. J. II. 1'arkcr , J. J. fallow , O. I' . Jlor-
rKoii , K. J. Smith.
\Vost Point : Li. I' Ohnbbnolc , I'rnnL ITahn.
Mlnduii ; James 11. Cllnu , II. J. Vuu Vulkeu-
The meeting was then adjourned until this
mortilng at 0 o'clock , whoa It Is oxpoitod that
delegates from other towns will ho piosent.
\V orlc .MienJ.
Today will be a bu y dav as a number
of important natters will bo dlicussed. O
Thursday moinlns the actual work of the
convention will bo completed and the after
noon gi\cn over to pleasure sooWng ,
An excursion train will leave tlio Unloi
1'ncltlo depot at 1 :45 o'clock for South
Omaha vhoro the packing houses will be
\lsited. The delegates 111 rotuin nt
o'cloclc ' ninl will bu taken nt the Union ilepo
* " * ud-glvon a carriage drive through tlio city
end abanijuet at the Millard uotel inth
Omaha Jobbers are oxpcctrd to talio a
proinlnont part in cntcituining the visitors
Tnlkt * i\ltl
A number of prominent delegates voro soet :
'iiK llrr. nud all had an cncounigl wort
to soy about Iho crop prospects throughou
tlio ilato ,
C. D. Huffman , hardware merchant o
( Harks , snla crops look very well and Indlca
tlons are that tlio crop -will ho enormous
The grain will bo marketed early , for farmers
II.V. . Dovoy of Plattsraouth tatdbuslnos
was fair and collections alow.
PIU. B. Tchuliotf , stationer anil book sollo
of 1'lnttsmouth. ' said business was prett
good In his lino.
T , J. ( list of Palls City , in the genera
morchnudlso business , said that business l
bis part of tbo stnto vas ymtty good , ( lee
crops are promised and good tlmoj seem t
Uo vomln ? .
T , P. Salllynn. a lumbcrmcrehnntof Pal !
City , said business vusory good in hi
Timothy Clark , a coal dealer In I'htts
mouth , found collections very slow , "Novc
tuw closer times since l have boea in 4.h
I. n. 1'arker of Hoatrlcosoils harness nn
addlory , Ilo said : "Business Is fair.
like the association plan of collecting ha
I. U. risk , of Jlentrlco , It a grocer , "Tmd
Is fair , " mid Mr. Flak , ' -and collections are
llttlo slow. Tlio piospccts for fruit an
grain lu ( logo county were never bettor than
noiv , "
.s'J. U. Jlcckmnn , a butcher of Hasting' , and
.irD. Ihuuon , a prominent iinplomontdetilor of
thosntno city , snld trade wus quiet and col-
lootlous slow , but the crop prospect is the
finest they ever t > mv. Homo of the truall
ernm. ttoy laid , was alrcaly bonding out ,
II. J. Lee , a Fremont merchant , stated thai
huslncsi wm vorjr quiet In hlsnolRtiborhood ,
The farmers are vorj bus ; , be said , pelting
in tholrcroM nnd tbero was every Indication
A.V , I'nrjotu of Sohujrlor laid Ihoroxvni
a UtKOtacreage Ililayoar than over before ,
Ho predicted good prlcoa tills fall ami ItirgS
crops. The supply of all kindi ot farm
product * hud bean About cxbaustod and ho
was of the opinion tbat jood prices would
prevail for another year.
11. J. VanValkonburf ? , an olJ praln nan of
pccti. "Our farmers are putting In tnoro
Kraln thaa over before , " latU ho. "and they
nio not putting nil their ue" In ono hns-
kct. They are jowlntr ill Wndi of grain
nnd there Isovcry indication of a uoodylold.
"Wo here had plenty of win nuil no frost , und
I ice nothing topro\ont \ a very prosperous
year. Our folio have a lareo ocroafo In
susar kootirindwo expect to nave a suuar
factor/ homo time. The now wawhouw law
Isn gioat thing for this stale , tlio nourcr
Homo wo CM yet our market tbo bolter It
\\lll bo for u * . Wocxpocl to hn\o \ n lurgo
elevator in Mlodon this year for storms
grain. It will bo erected bytlio nllianco. "
S. S. English , editor of the liaalot , a
woklvpaiior pjblhhod In Kaglo , said mat
ters inRonornl won ) very quiet In his melon
but with every proapoot of good crops and a
generally prospcrons year.
I'ltysicitvas IN COUNOIIJ ,
Slttccntli Annual Mcrtlnu of tlio
Kcloctlo Mod Hul Society.
The Nebraska State Moetlo Medical so
ciety Is holding its sirtcanth annual moot-
in ? la the mrlori of tbo 1'axton
hotel , and will bo In sesslorf today
and Thursday. The society bas a
very larso membership which la Increased nt
each nnnunl meeting , and ranks veil up wllti
thoothor similar organizations of the stato.
A. row oftho physlctam arrived on .VMtcc-
day's morning trains , nnd qulto a delegation
c.iino In at noon , but the ( -router of thoio
from the central and western part of the
state , as well as some who do not rc idea
a far avnv will not bo m until this
mottling. Special railroad and hotel rates
vero secured for the visitors , rind it Is
expected that fully 150 dl cljlc ) < of
cUeutlclsniwllI bo here to attend tbo rnoot-
p.Thosoclety h ofllcorcd as follows : Presi
dent , Dr. W. Jilolntyro , Unndlllu ; Jlrst vlco
president , Dr. 0. M Moore , Uruilihtvws second
end vlco prosidentUr. O L. NicholsCmalm ;
secretaryDr. M. A. Oarrlckor. Nebraska
Citv ; treasurer , Dr , A. I. Hoot , Lincoln.
Coii < ors-Dn. .1. \Voodvvaul \ , Sowardj
I ! , S. ( Iritnos , Lincoln , anil II. 11. Mortou ,
Committee on lo lslatlon Drs. II. L Bcnt-
ly , Lincoln ; T. t\ Britt , Mnroln M. A. Car-
rikor , Nebraska ( Jlty ; M. Coloimn , Stroins-
Iwrfrj C. H. Chubbuck. TecuiMch ; S. V.
Iean , Alma ; I. P. Howard , Harvard ;
W. Molntyro , Unadilla ; It. D. Morton ,
Wnhco ; 0. M. IIooro * , Briidalmv ; G. L.
Nichols , Ointila ; A L. lloot , I-.Iiicol" ,
The session yesterday nfturnoon was en
tirely of a business imtiiro. It Included
i oil-call , reading tbo minutes Of tbo ln < t
meotUiR , applications formcmhci'shlp.roports
of the secretary and treasurer , balloting for
candidates , report of the board of censors ,
payment of duos and appointment of com
At the evening session qulto a number of
tbo members vho liul foiled to arrive In time
for the afternoon mooting were present.
Mmor Cushlng delivered a short nddrois.
Helconilnc thomoilical raon to the citv , and
iiromlsecl llioaa hearty welcome should they
told another convention In tbo city.
Dr.Il. S , Grimes of Lincoln , replied to the
mayor's address and stated the progress of
tbo society since Its formation. Inclosing
Dr. Grimes snld : "Wo are hero forprofes-
sional purposes and I trust tbat vhoii wo
have finished our labors wo shall feel that
wo have done good vorlc for clootlclsm. I
hope wo will accomplish work which shall
place our cause upon a basis which caunotbe
Dr. woodward of Sofrard , Dr. Oppornmn
of Auburn , Dr. 1'ottor of Sovvard ana Drs.
Warren and Carrikor of Omaha Mere ad-
mlttnd to membership.
Four ether applications vero rocokod tnd
their naraosaro referred to the board of
A pifpor was read , by Dr. Cnrrikcr of Ne
braska Citv on Ilydro-Tborupy , " and one
1)7 ) Dr. A. Opjierman of Auburn on "Ilydro-
Thoromalndor of the evening session was
tatcenupln the discussion of thcso papers
Another session will bo held at S M a , m.
STA.RS JJX.TIXGUISIIKI ) .
Boino 1'olicciiipu Put Out Tliat New
BIoii MnjrStcp In.
Thoboird of flroandpollco cornmUslonors
hold a special meeting last evening for the
purpose of appointing now mo tubers of the
police force , and after a short deliberation
the following list was afirccd upon :
N. V. Halter , H. W. Dunn , John Rovon-
karnp , VV. B. Abbott , A. M. Glover , S. D.
Ulesolman , Theodore Dontiott. H. JI. Flint ,
Richard Flynn , A. . L. Jaokman , Alichnol
Della rd , F. 0. Holmnn. S. D. Cary , Jodu P.
MuoygoUeorgo W. Brleo.
Those flftecn men were ordcrol to report
at once at tbooftlco of the board and then to
the city physician for physical examination.
It Is ojpoc'od ' to Imvo them go on patrol
duty about Juno 1. It is not , the intention to
increasettoslzo of the force , so it will bo
necessary to create a few vacancies.
There are flvo vacancies now existing , but
about a dozen of the present members nro to
bo lot out. as was predicted some tlmo ago.
Some of those are physically Incapacitated ,
whllo others are , as ono of thoioinimssloncr.s
expressed it , "of no earthly use to a police
department or anything clso. "
Them the question of who should stop down
andoutameup , and in less Uino than it
taltcs to toll It the following icsolutlon was
lce ! > ol\cd. \ That the board do hcrohycon-
uliler and dcelarothntlt Isnocessarj for the
piopor inniiiiuoinent and alsclpllne , und for
tlioiuorooJIcctlM1 working ami service of the
police department to remove the following
member * of said ( Irpartiyunt , und they uro1
horcby romo\oil , Bil : < l removal to talco cITcut
lit 7o'clock p m. , on the 'list day of MU.V , IS'.M ,
v-lz ! Cliarlcs i\orly'J. : \ H. FldciM. It.V ,
Moilrldf , 1'clor Jlatzii , l < rnnK Johnson. Cnorcco
1-lndo. I'atrlck J , Krtrlsht , Patrick lllnelioy ,
David 0 , Uo denJulm , Doll , I'ulrlcHJuslck.
The matter of cleaning up the city wa ? dis
cussed , and vigorous steps ! ! ! bo taken at
once to compel property owners to roraovo
Owing to a rearrangement ofdatcs in ether
cities the Thomai orchestral concerts in
Omahnwlllho given Wednesday afternoon
and oven Ing , Juno a , A complete change of
programme will ho made , and all the artists
will appear at each conceit , and several
popular request numbers added to tlio pro
grammes which will bo selected by the ticket
buyers through n plan to bo announced-later
intbowook. Manager Blakoly has kindly
added another feature to the concerts in the
person of the celebrated tenor , SIg. Italo
Canipanlni , who joins Mr. Thomas hero for
the remainder of his tour. Surely with tbo
grand orchestra such brilliant soloists m
JcsofTv. Cnmpntiliu and Miss FUenunluir , no
uoubt'iliould exist as to the piandmcccss of
Never had a preparation a mow approo-
prlato name than Aior'ailair Vigor.Vhon \
ibo capillary glandi bccoml enfeebled by
disease , age , or notfoct , this dressing im
parts renewed llfo to the scalp , so that the
hair auumos much , of its youthful fullness
and beauty ,
In tlio Cnurlt.
Thomurdor trial now being hoard bo fore
judge Kstello , wherein Tom McNnmoo Is
charged with having kllloa KlsloYlltIura -
son , alias KatoNicbols , was do void of Inter-
oil or joiisnUon ,
Dr. Coulter was on the itand durlnca
greater portion of the day answering medical
Judge Davis took up the cnio of Christine
Noble against the city of Omaha.
TUoplaiutilt claims that Ootobor 12 , 188J ,
in company vlth her husband , Sevan K
Koblo , 8hewa walilrig' ! alonpr South Thir
teenth streot. In the vicinity of Park Forest ,
JUvasa dark , rainy evening and as aha wai
crossing ttio street , she slipped and foil over
an ouibankaiont , bfoftkiii ) ; her hip bones , bo-
sldos Injuring her apluulcorc. Tbli impaired
her general health and ttho now \voata U5,000
Constipation i > olson tno olooci Oo\Vltt's \ '
LltUe Early lilsora curt Constipation. The
cause removed the dlscaso is gone ,
Twice eacH year , once in the fall and once about this time in the spring ,
\ve arrange a grand IJeiiefrt sale of Clotiling for our customers , Tliis we do for a
t\vo-folcl purpose : First , to she v , in a measure , our appreciation of the magnificent
support accorded us liy'tlie ' citizens of Omaha and the west since the day we opened ,
and second , to create a grand and lasting advertise men t for our store , Every man
who takes advantage of the sale \ vliichve 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 \ve 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 clay for bargains ( us a scourer he beats SapolioJ ,
He has bought twenty-live 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
These Suits have been selected with great care ,
Tliey ; come in saclcs and frocks.
Tfreyconne in all sizes , from 34 to 42.
They come in dark : colors , medium colors and light color's ,
There are suits for young men , suits for middle-aged men , and suits for nien who sit in
tlie "bald head" row ,
There are suits for the laboring man , the mechanic , the merchant and the professional
man. NTot a suit in the entire lot but what \voi'tli a full gro wn ten-dollar bill , most of them
worlh t velveto fourteen dollars , and many are worth up to fifteen dollars , We have put the
entire eighteen hundred suits in one grand lot , and for ten daysbeginning Wednesday morning ,
you can take you piclc for
Reniember we are going to sell eigliteen hundred suits in the next ten days a hundred and eighty a day an.d
we always mak.e a success of our undertakings.
COK-NER DOUGLAS AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
; NDED CHIEF is THE IWER.
Ohicago Olrl Ooas from Her Hotter'a
Crave to Her Death
MONUMENT FOR "MARTYR" ANARCHISTS.
Iiisklo VJow of the Olilllati Ilcwliitlon
ami tlio CauscaVIiicli I/cU.
to It To Iloaclvc 1'ar-
CHICAGO OFFICE OP Tun REE , )
CHICAGO. May 19. f
Bertha Cnmontz , daughter of a well-to-do
Gcrman living on thowost slilo , committed
sulcido yesterday after a lone visit to her
mother's ' grave. The girl hud boon suflerine
from wolanchoUn overainco the death ol her
mother , nnd her father vos to accompany I 1
her bnck toOorinanyln nccordaucowitU her
frequently expressed wish. 'JL'to trunks were
packed and sent to tlio station when ,
the girl was found to bo miss-
in , A handkerchief wai found by
her mother's grove and tlio crushed grass
showed that sb.o had boon recently lyluguDon
it Investigation showedtntitsho had gene
directly from the cemotciy nnJ thrown her
self Into the river at the foot of Uluclituwk
HONCMKM ron \xAncimrs. .
Socialists wlU erect a handsome monument
ot appropriate design \Vjilhelrn cemetery
to marie the spot vhoro Spies , Parsons -
sons , Fischer , Llnpjr and Engcl
are buried , The monument will cost
j.OOO nnd the base vjll cover ttiirty square
fcot of prroimd. lillo no choice has yet
been inadoas to the design , tlio contra ! Ideate
to bo Irousht out by tlio designers , as explained -
plained by the committee , la that of "liber
ty , " at whoso altar the ' 'martyred ' prolotnr-
lans"-aro supposed to have offered , their lives ,
The unveiling of the monument will take
place dariiis tbo progress of the Columbian
exposition and inconnoctlon vrlth tbooiienins
of the International \Vorklngtnau' \ congress.
SOUTH AMKIIIOUI Ari'AIllS BISC13SKH ,
General Thomas L. Osborno , ox-Unltcd
Status minister to the Argentine Kopublic ,
arrived hero yostorunv. Ho has been in South
.America for the past tairtoin years nud is
veil qualified to sneak on mnttorsportnlulni ;
to that country , Hois an intimate friend of
President Balinaoedu of Ubill , In speaking
of the latter ha said ;
"A more determined man I never saw , Ilo
uas Chilian minister to the Argentine lie-
Utiblioduring my time there. Vtry ahrowd
lie is , too , and Intollkout. I thin U eventually
lie Avill succeed. You probably know the
involution was occasioned by the Chilian con
gress refusing1 to penult him to name liU suc
cessor , The members of congress went
aboatd the vessels of the fleet , nil of which
save some limy \vcroonits6lclo. . Bol-
reacoda retained ttio army by offering1 It
double pay , The \vnr is a terrible ono , The
Chilian ! * nro descended from the Arcanla In-
dlaus\vbo\voro , no\or defeated. No prison
ers are taken. Everybody is killed.
Halmacoda lives in his pnlaco. Ills
mother , who cooks his meals , says she
vault him to die there if ale ho must ,
lie confiscated all the property belonging to
the insurgents and the moment any manrich
or pew , raises hU hand In defense of the in
surgents or shows the slightest inclination to
turn against the government , Ualmaceda
claps tnntmanin jail ami confiscate nis
prowty. Edwards rJrothon , the bin hank
ers vorthovcrK > , lXX,000 ) , favored thclnsur-
gents und they are nowcoitiparatlvoly pocr ,
The bolter cltusos are \\lththo \ liisurgcnti ,
but so long as tlio nrmy , which is JiO.OW
strong , continues vlth Daiinaccda , tin will
horn out. Thomsurjrents are trjlng hard to
forma Innil force , and If they tucccca the
tiJo will uo turned against Biilmacoda. For
this purpose they are bujlng arms lu tbo
United States , The Icata prouably has a blh'
" \Va3 aaytblng inpalnacoda'sadaimtstra-
tlon criticised by tlio Chilians ! "
'Tso. It ivaa satisfactory. But they feared
that tils van ting to appoint his own successor
meant that ho had something to cover up aud
congress objected. The \v will sot Chili
"On which ildo Is tbo church 1"
"KoutnU. About hlx yoon ape Mont , tao
then nrosldpiit , sout the pope's roptx'sonta-
UvosbaRHid bsggago tack to Rome , Prior
to that tlmo the pone ran things inUhlll.
Mont InsUtoJ that tlao state and not the
church was supreme , and s.Jnco then It hns
been. " i
Hofeirlne to the financial situation in
Argentine , General Osborno sajs : "Tho
worst time has ueon passed , and an upward
tnoioniont is continuing und.it will soon 1)0 )
ozilts frot. " The general will bo in Cblcapo
a veclt end will then leave for Washington ,
TOt'H OP I AllN'ni.f. 'fcMOTS. '
The rarncll onvovs' reception commlttco
h as received a letter from Jumos IColly , M.
I ? . , the chief of the Parncll delegation to this
country , stating that William Hodmond.
member ofparllameat for ITcrmanagb. ; will
airivo In Chicago this week and talto charge
of the organization of the meetings in tbo
western nnd middle states , .A general meet
ing of I'aruell sjmpathl rs will 1)0 held In
tlm city next Sunday nt which Mr , Redmond
will deliver an address. The date of the
Clilen > ; o demonstration will then bo fixed.
Mr. Kelly says that tno envoys' tour In
Canada was very successful and their meet
ings in New Vorlc state aud Now Kngland
are very well attended.
i THOUHI.EI > DEMOCRAT.
The activity of republicans In starting the
canvass of b'J3 is a tnoru In tnu sldo of ox-
State Senator Henry U'estlielil of South
Carolina , nnd unless democrats bestir them-
selves slmilarlV , the republicans -will by next
scar bo solarahcad , nosays , asto defy all
"Whyl SInce the convention ofthorebub-
licnn loaguoin Cincinnati , republicans have
boon -working like bovvers down our ivrty or-
1 Kimizlng clubs , " ho said at tlio Palmer house
I today , "They are what count. They did
business inlSSSandwlllla 1S92 If thodomo-
crats don'twalco up Itseenw aslf the banquet -
' quot of last fall still llos heavy on the deir.o-
I cratic stcmnch and instead of the leaders
dolngunythlngto onlUtthoirfolloivcritu tbo
light they nro occupying themselves with
backWtlngonoanotbor. Down our wny these
in chaise of the republican club now nro
doing splendid sorvlco and I understand Ills
the same In otlicr states , Tnoy are getting
mny recruits and If tncro Is anything in or-
eaniVatlon the republicans nro going to como
sonoar winning that it will tukoa magnify
ing glass to distinguish any difference bo-
twoenthem and the lenders. "
A Tiimini.e TAIL.
Charles Helm , an iron worker , fell nlno
stories nbout 11 o'clock this morning , strik
ing upon splloof | irmks ! ani iron plpos nnd
lives to tell of It. Helm was employed in the
now Manhattan bulldlrg which Is bolng
erected at315-317 Dearborn street. Hism-
juries are sovcro but the phjsicians think ho
snont or FUXM.
O\vlng to a threatened s.hortaao inthopo-
llco fund ills probable mat the force will bo
relieved ofubout five hundred men. nllhoujh ;
moromonaro really required for the proper
protection of the city.
wisTniix rroi'i.t IN CIIICAOO.
Among the western people in Chicago
today wcro the following :
Attho I'almcr A. . A. Miller , I'ayotto ,
Idaho ; C.V. . Hlbbard , Sioux Palls , S. D. ;
Charles Hay ward , liapid City , S. D. ; KU-
wardAl. Friend , Uacoln , Neb.
At the Auditorium C. Jt' B. West , IT. A. .
Chamborlln , KusUvillo , Kob , ; Mr , and Mrs.
M. Strauss , Ii. ( J. Horse , 'Des Moluoa , In. ( T.
B. WoMarliii , Siuux rolls. S. I ) . ; Mr. and
Mrs. Watson Mckri'll , Bolitrlco , Neb ,
Attho drain ! Padllfci-K. ' M. Monoman ,
L. J , Diako , Omnba ; Webster Eaton , Lin
coln , Nub ; Mr. nud JSIrs. ' ' W. L. May , Tro-
uont , Neo. ' i1'
Attho Shormon-E. B.1lSoolyII. , A. God
frey , Cedar Ilaplds , la. "
ODDS AND r.xi > ! .
Although publicijanibllnj ! has npparontly
been effectually supprquod , Mayor Wnsh-
burnosays pool selllnfjwU bo jicrmlttod at
racetracks this summer. *
Major \VllllamJ. \ Polloclt , suporintonilont
of tbo free tlolivcry systOm ol the postal
sorvlco , arrived in Chicago yesterday on a
Uurof inspection of tha iargost postofllcos
of tbo countr.v , , . . .
Major W II , WilllanW , ' apodal agent of Iho
truasurv donnrtment. pasadi ) through the city
} ostcrdayon his way to Alaska under special
orders to Investigate rather contradictory ro-
portssontln bv the spcilnl agents now t here
regarding the condition of tbo llshorlds.
ixuspcratlnp ; ; in no Name Tor It ,
No > v , liusbaud. Hold you to got Uuo rlb-
bon.andjou brought rodaudou ) brought
codfish when I said mutton , u d , worst of
all , you forgot tbat bottle ot Iiallfi a i nm
Paraiyzer , when you know how I suffer from
headache and rheumatism , nnd it's the ouly
tiling lever pot thut helps no. 0 , dear !
A < lverll8iiif ( Omnlii.
Vesterday the director * nnd advisory board
of the Omaha ItoalEstata Owners' associa
tion mot for tUo first tlmo la formal tcsilon.
About the first matter tackled vas n proposi
tion to send ttio Oinahnguurds to the Itullim-
npolis drill. Ihis was dlscmiou aud dropped
pending decision. Then the falling oft in
Omaha's hank clearings was referred to and
a commlttco appointed to see the executive
committee of the Oinalia clcariui ; house on
A fur this plans tomato the work of the
organization clToctlvo wote dheiuiod and
mbsciiptlon lists talked over.
Do\Vitl's \ ' Llttlonarly lasers. Best llttlo
pill over miulo. Cure constipatloi every
time , None equal Use thorn now.
Poi1 Schlllz boor apply to R. R.
Dr , CramS.\V. \ cor. IGtli and Dodge
Is.cures cancer and all chronic dlsoasna.
CO AS TIIHV I'ljfcUSIi' ,
Oliio Clulj People Wll lioiilo at
J < ' .iirmount 1'iirk.
The Ohio club hold n mooting lastovonlng
In room C19 Kow York Llfo bulldiny to per
fect arrangements for its third annual pic
nic , to beholden Saturday afternoon. May
30 , in falrmoimt paric , Council Blufls.
This club has a membership of a llttlo over
fourhundrcd nnd Is a social organization
composed of former residents of Oblo. The
ofllcers ate : George P. Brown , president ;
Dr. L. IT.McIfonnaiuo president ; WV ,
Blabaugh , soct-etary ; Will MiOaguo , twas-
The previous picnics of the orpinintlon
have ucon Indoor altalrs , the ilist at the
Young lion's ' Christian association rooim
and Hint of last year at the 1'axtou. This
year all Ohioans are InvitoJ , whether they
are momborsof the club or not , and It h ex
pected that fully U.OOO people will attend
this Buckeye picnic.
Dvoryboily will go as they please , and all
will meet in thepaik at ! J o'clock , Lunch
will be sorted nt G o'clock , attcr which
numerous sponkera will relate akotclies of
Ohio life. In the o veiling thoclub mcinbors
will hold a icuoptlon in the parlors of the
now Grand hotel. Soutn Oirmln has an
Ohio club partially organized , nnd Council
Bluffs Isabout to imitate her example. The
Ohloansof both places will participate in the
pleasures of the d\v.
EeWitt's Llttlo Enrlv liUarjfortij Ltvar.
Deputy Marshal Charles Ljon returned
yesterday from Ra sott with Otis Pool , a
liveryman of tbat town , vho vas arrested a ?
an accomnllco in the rocciit coutitorfclting
work that has boon discovered In towns
alone tlu line of tlio Elkhorn rouj. ;
JudgoDundy lias ovoriulod the motion for
a now trl.xl In the case of Lynch against the
Union I'jcitio ,
j\bout twenty cases wcro continued until
next term by.Tudgo lllnor ,
In the application of the Union I'aclflo for
an Injunction against the Kltnbnll county
wntor power and supply compnny , Judie ;
Dundy dccWed to grant a temporary i .
Junction restraining the county treasurer
from selling the bonds voted to snld com
pany. Tbo Union Paclllo was roaulrcd to
furnish a bond oljjpw.
'Iho case of the Kmisns patlng and con-
btiuction company nxnlnst thadty of Omaha
wns postponed until noxttormof court ,
Dr. Dlrnoy euros catarrn. Boo bldf.
Chaplain Nave , who has bojn on a leave of
aosenco nt Fort Lonvonortn , nasscj
through the city yesterday 01 tils v ay to
'J'ho follow In jr board of examiners has been
appointed tomectat Foil Nlobrara nnd ox-
atnlno applicants for the position of commis
sary scrpoant : Mnjei-Kmll Adam , Cantnln
John 13. ICorrnnd I leutonantllub'Q 1. Ualla-
glicr , nil of the Slxthcavalry.
The follovlngotnccfs have boon appoln ted
forthosame purpose at Fort Du ( Jnowo ,
Utah : Major JamosP. Uindlott and Cup-
tain Eugene D. DluiniicU of the Ninth cav
alry and Lieutenant 0. D , Vance of tbo Six
teenth Infantry ,
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
14O8 DOTJOLxAB STREET
Tno montwIelMy nnd favorably known ipto *
lallstsln the Unite ! States. Tliclr Ions ex
perience , remnrkuhlo skill nnd universal BUO-
cois In the trcatiuont and euro of Nervoui ,
Chronlo ivnJ Surgical Dlsonvs. entitle them
eminent physlclans to thn full conlklenceof
tk uflllotoil ovpry whom Tlioy Biinrnntnot
A CKUTA.IN AND VOHITIVK OUIH5 lor
tlio anlul tflectsof early vlcn and the lunicr-
ar e-vlls tlmt follow In ill tr ln.
PRIVATE. Ill.OOrt AN'll MCIK DISEASES
npnoillhr. cninpli'tolv nnd ncrinancntlT ouroil.
NRnrOUS iJEUrl-ITVANI ) HK.XUALDIS-
OHUEUS jlokl roiidlly to their sVlllf ul treat-
I'lLES. FISTULA AND KECTAfc TJLOKR3
cuaranteodoured Mlthout piln or detuutloo
from bUMlne < t.
HYJDKOOEL.F AM > VAHICOOKbE portni-
nontljand succossdilly cured in every onso ,
ByrniLK aoxuituiiKA , OJKT ; , Bpcr-
nintonlM3 = , Heiiilnn.l\Vonlnr ! , IvOit Minhcxxl ,
' i ? , Drenycd J'ncultlos , Komul *
nil dcllomo disorders imoullar
to cither 10x jmsltlvoly on nil , in well in all
folllooor tlio oiioKsuf iiintnroyourB.
SPPIPTII Wlf auaranlood pormunt n tly
Jl 1\IU 1 U l\j | oiirod. rcniovnl coinplettv
. 'ithout cuttlm , ciiustiocr dlUvtatfon. Otlt(4
cIToatcd nt homo by pitiont without B mo
ment's pain or nnnoyaiu'o ,
TO YOUNG AND MIODLE-AGED MEN.
A IIPV rill ? ! ' Th" n ful on ota ol
A OUfk.1 , V U IV I'curly vlou which Urlnfti
oritnnlo wraktiMn , dostroylns botli mind and
* - - wltli ull Its ilruadoil Ilia , porrmnuully
cured.mP VTTC Adlr - those who Imvo Im-
1)1,1 JO paired tin nil Ivoa by Improper -
proper liidulKcnco and nlitury oablti , whloh
ruin both mtiidaml bodiiulittliijj thumlor
liMlnnH. itudvnr umrrl.iito.
MAHIIIEI ) WEN or those entering on that
lappy llfeawaro , ol physical ( lolllltyQuicltly
Iibnted upon fact * Flrit 1'rnctloa.l explrl-
inco. Bocond Kvory caio U ipoulally itudled.
thua itartln rlRliu Third iiiedlolno ro
prouarod In our laboratory exactly to lult
tach case , thus Directing curci without Injury.
Drs , Eetts & Belts ,
U09 DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA. NEB
Gftnoi'tlinca , Ult-fl and .ficni-riorii
curodln ailuys by the 1'ionoh Ki-mwly en
titled thn 1(1 NO. ll di ol vi iifuliiat and It
tibtorbed Into the Inllainuil | ) iirt . Will rofiuid
money If luloc , iiototiio or uinnus slnot'iro '
llrntloniun , liom i a reliable iirtlilo. t.liv
] iioka'o or - for tr > | ior mall Jirop.ild. Mc-
I'nrinlulc fi Iniil , Oniiliiii ( ! . A. Mololirtr.
Howard Mnv rs nnd K J , Sovkora , South
Omula : A , U.l'ostcr mid M. I' . Kills Council
III u 1ft.
N'otlco in Con I wu torn.
Notice lihnroby nlvoii IluitBonloil Mds will
lie ruralvol l > ytho Ixmnl of miljllo Inntlx nud
bulldliiKHiit tlm Dllluu of lliu koorotury of
fcl.it oa llii ( ! < ) ln. N cl ) . , until tin ) ' 'nil day of
Juni'.lHOI.iit Ju''il < x Ic 11 in. , for the cruollini.
( imstruutlun JUKI < iinilotloii ) of iv two-Hturv
lirlukaiKUtono luillillni known as "Mho htmo
liidiiitrliiUSuliool tor Iloy nnd lllrlH , " to hi )
trCLMnl uHii'imvn , I'lllinoro oounty , fioli , us
mir pluiiH , niHU'lllofllloiHunil ( lodsnl now on
Illn lu thunllluiof the ooniinUsloiinr ol publio
liinclsanlbiillilnaat | l.lnuoln. Nob.
L'ontrarlorswlllbo roin1ii'il ) to conform to
ruluH anil ru ulatloiiH in set forth in Hjiuolll-
catlonh nilontuil b.vtho boarl.
Tlio bonril ruorviw tlio claht to rojoot i liy
and all 1)1 In.
Dated at Lincoln , Neb , Man , 1H01.
A.lL IIUMIMIIIKV ,
I'ruHldunt ' Hoard 1'ubllc I.utnls and HulUllnsB
: JOHN O. AL.Lit , Secretary uf atnto
jJninlm , _ I Oiimliix ,
4..to p inT " \uatlbnlo. \ , . . 8.Wn ) nT
H M > n in 111 ul u in
n 20 ii in ii.2i ) p in
II M PJii _ _ . . .Cliluiico .t lowii li > icnK _ _ 8.11 n in
- - - - . . | UL7KI.I.N < : iCN X "SHI. lll\lH \ i Arris01
Omnlin , | Ijciiot mill ami Mii'un Mi. loiiiili-i.
1020 tut . . .Dniivir Day
ID 25 n in . . . . , l > uuh , > no < lICxjiru
lU..T a in . l > 4jn\or HxptCHM.
7.10 p in 'nvrr Nliilit Kipr
500 p in I-lnrolii l.linltul
8.15 n in . Mnr < ilnl.u < ol
K. I , HT J. fcK. II.
Omnha Depot JOtli niul Mitten Sis.
_ _ _ _ _ _
U.w : nil , , .Kmi"n lrty1 > ny KJn > ro < iTTTTft.fl5i | m
9.45 | i mlK.C'.MHlitKxii vlit II. 1' . Inini I O.ttn in
Om'olm. | _ Icioi | 1 oil i n ml Marey'sti. _ I Oiinlio.
IIUO i m ICnninii Cliy iClprni ) ( ox Sun. ) ' 4. ! p ni
10.20 n in l > inror iJTiiriisn 4.00 p in
S.M ) | i in * 1i < i Otorlnnil Kljpr , . , , . , U l | , m
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> ! m | . . . .ciilcairo Kxprcin I.ID : pin
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Lonroa I SWtJX CIVVO. "i'AUll 10. 1 ArtlvuH
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7 15 n nil . . .Slnnx < Itf Pii 'enecr I in
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Dui'iit ' ifili iiiii'wt'butorat\ . | ojiji'iiin'
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I-ornua 111 I TcH NVmTinviaiKlt.N : I Amvos' '
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H.VU p iiilocnl | Kitat l.'v Icxciyt Monilny ) li..O p iii
I.omoa I OMAHA .VaT. IOUM . . . i Atrlvon'
Otlulin. [ U. lJcipol , iuih _ nd.Manx bill Om.ihn
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l.UUp ni SliiuxC'ltrKxpri'm ( Kt , tonndar ) I'J W > m
f..4. . > in si
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Ji > JL1J.IIJllul ! ! ! < 'r"lt I' " " " * ) !
Otinli2.l lfiot'lMli | iiml WclistortUfl. I OiimhV
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'I'rimiror1 ' iTmnlfcr
! > .40nrn Chlrneo Kxpram OK ) 11 a
r ou P in Vonihiiii ) i.imitoii ii u u in
to 00 p in Kimtorn Kliur 2in n m
B.Wp ni Atlnnllo Wiill 7 i a n !
) j.XQp in lowt AifOinii i ol ii tl n ( Snt. only ) IIII ) p m
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.iiiil'J"1 . - .St.T/iiili'iiiin ( MB _ , , ,
I.rnrnu | CIIIL'A(3 ( ) , lJKl7NTk yIlINCv7 -Alrlroi I
Trniufnrl Union Hoiol | I'jjiinHl jjjutfi I'1'rn nt ter
IDUIp nil . . .Clilrtui KxniiH5 | I .Ml u in
_ 7.0J pni _ | , L . . . .l riiiitoii I icil IIU ; lijii
"i.onvn * 8uIuxTlPirATA"iIiTirT ( j \rrlv < "
'J'rnn lir L'nUin llunot
Ciiiincll lllnlT < Tnin-fiif
" .dm mi . nknixllty Xrr < iiiiin UitluFi l JI'ID a ni
iUjiiii ) | , . . . .M 1'uul Kxpruia . . . 11CW | > u
N'ullco lo Coiilra ( lor ,
Kol lee U lie , oJiy irlrnn Ihutsealdl hldn will
bo M'utlviHl liy th < ) Hoard of Kdiiontlnn of
Nfl-on , Nuckrilli ( icniiity , Nub , , lit tlioKlHt
Nnllonnl lank In unlit city , until 8 u'uUKk
I ) . Hi , I'rlilay , Iho 'nil iliy of May , Ir'jl. ' ( or
thn ( iroctlon und coinpUtlon of .1 bluluclunl
billldln ; . Intlnutoil cost Hlxl < ' < ) ii thuiiHitiiil
lUuhiinilrcii dollars iIHrii ) . ( ,0) ) , Plans on Illu.
Cout rui lurirlll iiccniiiiiniiy piiclihkl with a
curlllloil clid'K p.iynMii to ii Id Hoard ol K.ln-
ciillnu In Hi ( i KIIIII of lll'n liiindii'd doll in *
( KVM.OQ ; u us uvldcnci ! of KOOI ! ( nltli , Thn
hoard tusunoa tlio rlutitto itjoot any or nil
bid * . OKU. KMclH > NAhI ) ,
Tlio nnnml iiicotlin of slooHioldira of tlio
I'rtinoiil , Klkhorn > V MlMuoiirl Viilloy rallro nl
( ( jiiipiiny will ho hold at Iho nllluituf tliurom-
liiiny In Oiiulm , Noli , rm I'rldiiy , Mny ' . ' ) , 1H1I ,
itt'J o'olook p. in , for HMI < ] | i-jl Ion of < tlrirl < iri
/irtlioiniiiiiiirtlon fllttirhoilior Inulncu
naniuybo litosoutfU. Onloil M.'ty t , Itttil
J. U. UcufutLU , btorotury ,
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