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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1892)
BY ORDEUR OK O HEX
We are authorized to sell our entire stock of
' 5 I
Slightly Damaged by Smoke and Water ,
Bedns at A. M
ire SIM lust Be sow viuun Thirty Days.
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH-
THE WESTERN CLOTH
1317-1319 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
. . . .
'S W 'fiti.V.
BOTH SIDES ARE STUBBORN
Board of Public Works and Councilman
Oan't ' Agrco on Pavine Specifications.
MAJOR FURAY WON'T ' WITHDRAW HIS VOTE
Prospect of DolnyliiR 1'ulillo Works n To\v
Months iMngor Coniicltiiicn Thrcnt-
GII to Strip the Ilonrtl of All Hi
The war cloud that has hungovor the city
council und the Board of Public Works fern
n number of days instead of disappearing
continues to thicken , and a contest between
the two bodies is not only probable , but is
The noard mot In adjourned session yester
day morning and declared Itself. MujorFuray
refused to withdraw his offensive resolution ,
Introduced last week , and it was adopted ,
Chairman Blrkhausor voting "no. "
The rcbolution as adopted is as follows :
WhcronB , It U known thut the council has
no authority by ordinance to imas upon bids ,
this duty devolving upon thu Hoard of 1'ub lo
\Viiiks ; anil i
Whereas , The formulation of Hprclllcntlons
nro by existing ordinances nmdo the siiuclnl
duty of tlio Ho ircl of Public Works and the
citv engineer ; therefore bu It
liusolvod , ' 1lint , tlio resolution adopted by
the city council of the ulty of Umulia In-
htnictliiK und requesting this board to modify
und chiiiiKo tliu oxRllii ! ; paving Huculllcatlons
from a tun to n llvo-yoar Kiinrantoe on Urluk
und iispluilt nnd uono-yoiir KUiiriintoo on
htono Is not In harmony with existing or.ll-
niinres , IKII In liurmony with thu sentiment of
Resolved , That this board will continue tenet
net us though no Mieli i evolution wus over
uiloptLMl by llmcounoll ut tlioetly of Umuhu.
lU'solveil , That the sulil resolution wus
Passed wltlioutdiiocoiinldoi.itloii and without
iiutliorltv. bullovlnii UH wu du tlmt thu coun
oil .should imvu no control o\or thu notions of
President Davis , topothor wltb Messrs ,
CbalTea ntid Lowry of the council , iworo
spectators , ana bail considerable to suy why
the resolution should not be adopted.
Alujnr 1'itriiy Kipliiina ,
Prior to a vote being taken , Major Furay
ala that tbo oraor from the council In
structing tlio board to reject all paving bids
and advertise for now ones under the terms
of the specifications of 1SU1 , with a one-year
guarantee on stone and a live-year guarantee
on asphalt and brlclc , was too radical , Iho
council linu no hle.i what the olTcct would
bo. In fact the order , Major Furay said ,
came hlia a llatb of lightning from a clear
eky. The council was asking the board to
Blrllco out from the specifications everything
that bad any merit. Ho thought it was only
fair to uslc the council to reconsider us
Mr. ChnfTeo replied that tho.-o was no use
of talking , that the majority of the council
would not change Its opinion upou tbo quos-
lion.Mr. . Lowry tatod that ho had tried to rea-
con with Major Furay , but that that contlo-
man would not listen , though ho expected to
provo to him that by adopting specifications
with a one-yoar guarantee on stone , tbo pub
lic would save from ! I5 to 40 cents n square
yard on that mutorlal ,
Chairman Hlrldiatiscr showed visible signs
of weakening. On stone bo thought tbo ten-
year guarunteo was detrimental to the inter
ests of thu taxpayers.
Mr Lowry not only thought the ton-year
guarantee on stone was detrimental , but it
wus downright robbery ,
. Hurt tlio Combine ,
Major L'uray admitted that It might hurt
the stone combine , but it would
help the public , as It would re-
suit In bettor pavement. If there wus
any robbery , It wus the stone men who were
the robbers. With thorn there was no reason
for on advance In prices , Farnam street
hnd bcon pared ton years und yet the pave
ment was In as good condition as on the uay
tlmt It wus laid. That being so , there was
no reason whv a ton-year guarantee should
mtvsnco the prlco of stmio If the couiuluo
would keep lit bunds otT.
Mr. Davis maintained that outin his ward
B briclc pavement hud been laid two years
uuU thut u bad iiot bscu damngcd 1 per
cent. In fact it did not show anr oftects of
Major Furny admitted that the statement
was trui' , but insisted that the bricu pave
ment wivs only an experiment.
Mr. Chaffco urged that if the board would
employ good inspectors the pavement
would bo in good condition at the end of llvo
years fnnd that with the llvo instoadl ot the
ton-year guarantee the tnxpa/ets would save
from : tp to 10 cents par square yard on brick.
Major Fumy urged that If how specifica
tions were adopted it would necessitate a
delay of not loss than thirty days.
Mr. CliafTco informed the major that that
was not tbo question. The council wanted
to know where the board stood.
Will .Strip the Hoard of Its 1'oworn.
Mr. Davis gave the members an Idea of
what they might expect. Ho said that it
they would not concur with the council , the
council could pass an ordlunnco repealing the
ordinance that gave thoin the power to open
and pass upon bids. For one. no did not pro
pose to stand around and see the tail wag the
doer.Mr. . Chnffco sanctioned whatMr. Davis had
said and said that It would nto take long to
pass now ordinances giving the council full
authority to pa < s upon all specifications and
Colonel Egbert expressed the opinion that
the board bad dona its duty and if there was
any further delay tbo responsibility was
with the council. Ttio board had passed
upon the bids and had made the awards.
The council had ovorstoppad its authority
and had rejected tbo awards.
Mr. Lowry ventured Iho opinion that with
a ton-year guarantee clause it would bo Im
possible for the contractors to get bondsman.
Colonel Egbert exploded that theory by
stating that bonds had boon furnished on all
of the contracts and that the bondsmen had
Major Fura.\ said that there was no use of
prolonging the meeting. Ho dm not
feel llko complying with tbo instructions
of tbo council. The council bad boon .very
derelict and had become the laughing stock
of the country.
" .Those urn iny vlows , " answered Colonel
1'vo changed my mind , " answered Chair
"Which shows that you are with thorn , "
retorted Colonel Egbert.
"If it will please the council 1 move that
wo ruadvertiso for now bids , " cuippod in
Mr. ChalToo declared that the mutton was
out of order. "Thou , if It will plcuso you
any moio , wo will refuse to change eur
spcclllcations , " answered Major Furay ,
"If you do thut you will overstep your
authority , " responded Mr , Davis.
"Lot 'or go t bon , " Interjected Major Furay.
Will Xot Oliuy tlio Council ,
Chairman Btrkhauscr tried to pour a little
oil. Ho moved to rcadvcrtlso for paving bids
as directed by tha council aud In accordance
with tholr demand.
His motion failed to sccuro a second.
The chMrinan looked sad and remarked
that the action of the board would bar the
stone men from getting iiuv contracts ,
"Von are expressing yourself for soino-
body else , " roipnrkod Colonel Egnert.
"Those people are here and lot them express
tholr own opinions. As lar as I am concerned -
corned , I don't ' hcsitato to suy that our bids
on Htono uro low nnough. " Continuing , ho
said that the board would send a communlca *
tlon to the council informing that body that
the bids could not bo rejected by the Board
of Puollo Worm , as the awards had been
made on aU materials.
Then Major Furay offered a resolution
which settled the whole mutter and will in
form the council where the majority of tbo
members of the bourd ntund.
It was llko this : "Tnat wo decline nnd
refuse to obey the command of tbo council ,
relu'.lvo to changing the guarantee In the
specifications for paving , as adopted oy this
The resolution was auoptod , thu chairman
voting "no. " _
Dr. Blrnov's ' Catarrh Powder euro
catarrh. For sale by all druggists. S ) couts
Dr Culllrao.-o. oculis ; . Una building
Jlvpubllraii City Central Committee.
Thuro will bo u meeting at the republican
Icacuo headquarters ( opposite Mlllard hotel )
Wednesday evening , May 85 , ut 8 o'clock , of
thu city republican central committee. Every
member is requested to attend , u important
business will bo transacted.
KiciiAiiu SMITH , Chairman.
"Wsi. A. KCLI.BV , Secretary.
My wife has used Bradycrotino for head
ache with the best imaginable results. I
state this without solicitation. J. W. Mash-
burn , Abbeville , Ga.
Tlmt Humbug ,
The clothing fake had the gall to
again como before the public in the Sun
day papers with ono of their worse than
The People's Clothing House , 1303
Douglas street , has done its duty toward
its patrons , and It is strange th'U the city
authorities don't do something to keep
such fakirs from plying their nefarious
business methods upon an unsuspecting
The People's offers bettor pants for
COc than the ones the fake claims worth
The People's offers 'better suits for
$2.75 than the ones the fake claims
The People's offers bettor suspenders
for Oc than the ones thu fake claims
worth Toe. ( ? )
Ask any j > orson thatcamesoutof their
place of business without a bundle what
they think of it.
It is true they catch n sucker once in a
whllo , but that same sucker , as soon as
ho examines his clothes ( V ) in daylight
( they keep their store dark on purpose )
knows that ho has been taken in.
Give them a call first , hut bo on , your
guard and boar in mind that wo guaran
tee to sell at least 33 per cent cheaper
then the fake.
PEOPLES' CLOTHING HOUSE ,
1303 Douglas Street.
P. S. The smallest second-hand mer
chant in the city would not disgrace
himself by handling the rubbish that
they have the presumption to call clothing -
ing ( ? ) .
Who are cash buyora should not fail to
tuko ad vantage of the Hollman's admin
istrator's sale to secure some wonderful
bargains for tholr fall trade. Address
IIELLMAN'S ADMINISTRATOR ,
13th and Farnam , Omaha.
Tlio ( Ireutrtit i\cltimiimt ;
At present is at No. 1201 Farnam street ,
where the great assignee ealo of line
tailor made clothing is now going. The
largo building is crowded daily with
eager purchasers. Never before were
prices quoted BO low in first class goods.
Among the buyers can bo Been dealers
taking advantage of this great sale and
are buying in largo quantities. The
prices are the same at rotall as in bulk.
This enormous stock is from a largo fac
tory recently failed in Now York and
must ho sold to satisfy tfio creditors. As
this great slaughter enlo will close in a
short time no ono should fall to attend
this great Hacriflco snlo. Look for the
sign , Now York Heavy Failure , No.
1204 Fiirimm street , near 12th , Omaha.
A Curil ol Tlmiilt * .
The management of the Now York
Heavy Failure Clothing Sale extend
thanks to the citizens and vicinity for
their llbonil patronage ; also thanks to
the morohanta who insisted to advertise
our Biilo and kindly allowing their cloth
ing salesman to assist us during the
great rush. Vorv respectfully ,
II. KDWAltus , Manager.
I'ut Chicago In Your 1'ocld't.
A great work , "Mornn'a Dictionary of
Chicago. " If there is a feature or insti
tution in the World' * fair city a full do-
Eorlntlon of which does not appear in the
book , wo have yet to hoar of it. Prlco.
2ft cents per copy. For sale at 209 Herald
building , Chicago. Boo the nqw , com
plete and olcgnnt map it contains. Per-
BOIIH ordering copies will pleneo enclose
U cents extra fur postage.
TCOXTIXUBD ritoM nnsT PAOC. ]
Bates to the conference. It was largely at
tended and n very sociable and enjoyable
nrtornoon was the result. The line weather
made everybody foci happy and the lauios
having the recaption in charge succeeded
admirably In making the event a great suc
cess.Mrs. . Bishop Newman , Mrs. Rev. P. S.
Merrill nnd other prominent ladies of the
cnurch took tbo load in the mangcmont of
the reception and their oftorts were ably seconded
ended by some of the visiting ladies. The
visitors are just Deplaning to fall in love
with Omaha. If tlio line weather continues
illl Thursday they will feel line holding enTer
Tor another week rather tban adjourning the
WOKK OF Till : WOMEN.
Extent of the Labor Performed by Their
MUiil < iii.iry .Society ,
The Women's Homo Missionary society
.oolt temporary possession of Exposition
hnll yesterday afternoon and held a mass
meeting all to themselves. There wcro a
few spectators of tun mascullno persuasion
scattered through the hall , but the audience
for the most part consisted of women. Mrs.
John Davis presided nnd Bishop Fowler con
ducted the o'penlng exorcises. According to
the statement of Mrs. U. S. Hust , corresponding
spending secretary of the society , tbo soci
ety has distributed $500,811 in cash and f33S-
Ub'J in supplies In Its work during the three
quadronniutns just past. It has adaod twon-
ty-ono now buildings to its property at
u cost of $155,000. The society has
never bad a dollar of debt since tbo second
year of its osistenco until this year , \vnon it
was obliged to contract an obligation of
$ j,000. To offset this the society owns prop
erty valued at $250,00) ) .
The principal address was delivered by
Mrs. Jane Bancroft Koblnson. Mrs. liobln-
8on is a pleasing speauor and commanded the
clojo.it attention. Alter discussing briefly
tbo nlrns and prospects of the society she
launched out Into a broader field and soundly
berated the World's fair commission for
tholr prospective notion In not closing the
fair on Sunday and in allowing the sale of
liquor on the crounds.
Addresses were also delivered by Mrs.
Clinton B. Flslio nnd Uov. I. N. IJalby.
TAI.Kii : ) AltOUT 1IHAINS.
Dr. IlrlKtnl r.ccturuH to n Largo Audience
on .Mcntiil KuciUuncI l'oa llllltli' .
The largo auaicnco that nssomulod nt the
First Mothodlstchurch last evening to hoar
Hov. Frank M. Bristol , D.D. , of Chicago de
liver his lootura on "Brains" was gratified
by ugonuino intellectual treat.
Ur. Bristol took the ground that "brains"
were not dependent upon any outward ap
pearance or measurement. Ho scoffed nt the
sciences of phrenology and physiognomy ,
and matntainodlbat ; the achievements of n
brain were Its onlv true and philosophical
measurement. ITbo tlmo had como when
society doiimndca brains of all its servants.
Success in imy bushier enterprise depended
upon the result of ia competition hi which
urnms rose pre-oinliiout. Kvon the laborer
and the nrlUanmiunl put moro than ttiuught
into their work. Modern laoor-savlng rau-
chlnory required more brains nnd less mus
The problem bf the reconciliation of capi
tal aim labor would never bo solved by poli
ticians , by the press , or oy the pulpit , but by
the education ot tbo masses. The destiny of
this republic depended on the public schools
und tcachors. The only way to preserve ttio
Americanism of America was through thu
agency of the lllila rod school house.
Uiuilurtinvu ( lomip ,
The sifting process lias been adopted by
the various committees on account of the
great pioss for tlmo. There nro hundreds
of resolutions and memorials that will navur
see the light ot day on account of the hurry
In wblili tbo conference will close Ita work.
The resolutions passad yesterday with
regard 10 the work of Dr. Stowo In the Cin
cinnati book concern formoa a fitting tribute
to his excellent record as a successful man
ager of tha vast interuJts Involved in the
great book bouse.
Accept * Hie tiliurcc.
Uov. W. I' . HellioB * of Milwaukee ha > ac-
copied the call extended to him by the First
Baptist church of this city , and if all things
are favorable will posslblv como to Omaha
about August 1. There is concrnl rcjoicinc
among the members of the church , and Kov )
Mr. Hcllings will find n united oonirrcgiitlon
to help bun in his now field ot labor. Action
upon Mr. Rollings' acceptance of the call will
bo taken tomorrow night.
Whether on pleasure bent or business , take
on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Pigs , ns
it acts most pleasantly ana effectively on the
kidneys , liver and bowels , preventing fevers ,
headaches nnd ether forms of sickness ? For
sale In 50 cents and $1 bottles by all loading
I'ut Chlcngo In Your I'nckpt.
A great work , "Moran's Dictionary of
Chicago. " If there is n feature or insti
tution in the World's fair city n full de
scription of which does not iippoar in the
book , wo have yet to hoar of it. Price ,
Uo cents per copy. For sale ut09 llonild
building , Chicago. See the now , complete -
ploto nnd elegant map it contains. Pur-
sons ordering' copies will plouso enclose
0 cents extra for postage.
STILL DOING DAMAGE.
High Wntur Is Caiiilnc ; ItnllrnniU Cimslilrni-
blo Trouble ICucrnlVinilioiitn Itc'iiortoil.
Trafllo on the Sioux City & Pacific be
tween Missouri Vnllov and Sioux City was
suspended yesterday , high water In the Llttlo
bioux having carried nway n part of the
bridge early In tbo morning. Ono of tbo last
trains to pass over the bridge before It foil
was the passenger train returning with sixty
excursionists from Omaha and Council
Bluffs who had gone to Sioux City to vlow
the ruin wroutrht by the flood. It will tulco
two days to repair the bridge , nud Sioux
City trains are being run over the Chicago ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha.
The Missouri Pacific sufforec' n waihojt
near Union , nnd the Neuraska City line
was abandoned. Through trains are run
over the Lincoln line bv way of Weeping
Water , Dunbnr nnd Auburn. It Is thought
the main line will bo repaired and trains run
ning over it tomorrow. The opening of the
now line byway of PlatUmouih has been
postponed ugalu on account of the softness of
The Hock Island is still suffering from n
common experience with new rondbuds. nnd
the line between Omaha and Lincoln is not
being uso'J , Through passengers nro sent
around by way of St. Joseph nnd Kansas
The Burlington announces an excursion to
the Black Hills on the unv following thu ad
journment of the Mothodlst general confer
Lncllcs , Indies , think of the engagements
you have broken and the disappoint
ments consequent to others nnd perhaps to
yoursolvoH , all on account of headache.
Brudycrotlno will euro you in fifteen win-
I'ut Clilrngn In Your rocket.
A great work , "Mornn'n Dictionary o
Chicago. " If there is a feature or insti
tution in the World's fair city 11 full de
scription of which does notaijpoarin the
book , wo have yet to hear of It Price ,
25 cents per cony. For sale at 209 Iloruld
building , Chicago. See the now , coin-
plolo aim ologanl map it contains. Persons -
sons ordering copies will please onclofao
0 cunts nxtra for postngo.
PRESIDENT CLARK AT HOME.
Tlio Now Union J'uclllo Ilonil Ansumv * ActIve -
Ivo C'onliol < > l tli Itoiul.
8. II , II. Clark anchored the ofllco of pres
ident Of the Union Pacific railroad In the big
building nt Ninth and Fornam streets yester
day morning , und tbo accumulated business of
two months , with Interruptions by friend *
and officials , made the old general manager's
room a lively place.
Among tbo firnt things which will rocolvo
Mr. Clark's attention is the union depot. Ho
lotuniH to Omaha clothed with authority to
carry out tbo compromise ugrocd upon between -
twoon himself nnd the commlttoo represent
ing tbo city , and another conference may bo
expected within a few days , ut which
slop * will bo taljou to lay the mutter ooloro
the people nnd make the proposo.1 settlement
effective. Mr. Clark is nnxioui to resume
work on the depot , and as soon ns tbo com-
promlso is definitely settled the depot com
pany proposes pushing construction with all
Subordinate officials In the Union I'nclflo
service are expecting the aunouncomonl to
morrow of expected appointments , out they
may bo disappointed. Mr. Clark retains thu
tltlo and duties of general manager , but
there are intimations tnat none of the ex
pected changoj will bo made for some tlmo.
TOLEDO , Iowa , April 0. 1S91.
Dr..I. B. Moore , Dear Sir : My wife has
used about six bottles of your Tree of Life ,
and thinks that .she lias rccclvo.1 griutnr ben-
flit frum It than any medicine she has over
taken. Yours tnily , L. II. BUI-KI.V.
Cion'l Agent and Troas. Wcit Collogo.
Since receiving the above testimonial , 1 am
in receipt of a letter nnd chock from the Hov.
L. . II Bufltln of Toledo , Iowa , April S3. to
send Hov. J. \ \ . Ivonworthv , Crestllno , ICnn
sas , six bottles of Mojro'n Tree of Ltfo.
i''orsalo by all druggists.
A disease , treated as such and perma
nently cured. No publicity. No infirm
ary. Homo treatment. Harmless and
effectual. Kofor by permission to Uur-
lington Iltuvkoyo. Send 2o stamp for
pamphlet Shokoquon Chumical Co. ,
Burlington , In.
TIRED OF LIFE.
fioorgo Klolu 1'ouiKl Di'iicl III : i llltickMiiltli
Shop Yt'striday 'Mnriilni ; .
When the blacksmiths are employed at
1415 Harnuy street opened the shop yesterday
morning they \vora startled to sea tb o body
of a man hanging oy the nock in ( he oaso-
mont. Ills lees wcro touching the floor and
near by was the empty nnll keg on which ho
had stood to tie the Knot.
Ono of the workmen Identified the body a *
that of ( .icorgo Klolu , a ( Jcrman , who luul
been employed nt cdd jobs about the town.
Ho was about -15 years old and luul evidently
shortened his lifo simply became ho wii
tlrod of It. Ha had no tolntlvos or connuu-
tlons of any kind and none but casual ao
( iiialntanccs plcucd up In saloons know any
thing about him. Ho did only enough work
to support life und was n heavy drinker. Ho
wus n imtl"o of AlHACo-I.orriifni ) , nnd In said
to liuvo brothers and sisters living at or near
An Inquest was hold nt C o'clock yesterday
afternoon at the morgue. Thu jury returned
u verdict of culcldu by strangulation.
Parties wishing accommodations to
' Hpui'lal train
the Samosotiuid governor' *
to tliomitioiwl doinot-ratio convontlonat
Chlcngo , loavliiL' Omaha , Saturday I
Juno 18 , at 7 p. m. , vlii the Mnrllngton
route , should send in n | > | illiiitionn ) for
Bleeping car borllu orsoalu In chair cars
( free ) and holol nccommodallons at Chicago
cage to Nat , lirown , uhalfiuaii of hotel
and railroad c-ominlttuo.
GIOIMIK : W. Siini.fS : , I'rosldent.
J. KVANB , Sooiotary , SauiObOt Aha'n.
llouril of i : < lm iitlon luiiilinrit Don't Know
\V liiirit Tlioy Will do Ilimlnr * llorciillcr.
The Hoard of Kduciitiou Is atllt at a loss to
know uhat It Is going tu do for a permanent
homo. It ban ? ' . ' 0,4'JU alrondy In the new city
ball , with fl.r.TO to bu ilUtiurseil , but thu
inoinborh have not lolaxau tholropponltlon to
the ( ) iiar'.erj CHI opart for thorn by the
Some of the mombom think that a com
promise might bo ngroud upon bvblch tlio
rooms bhould bo rearranged , and mi axroo-
iiiout entered Into providing for the use of a
pnrt of the HIIACO tut nstdo lor the public
library In case the library Is not moved to
the cltv hall , or hi thut event , after It bn
ugaln been moved Into the mructuro to lo
eroded especially for it.
The matter * cgm to bo In stntu quo , \vtth
nobody moving a nngor und ouch waiting Jur
the other follow to ollor it uifo ( tloa or
InlSSOBrown's Bronchial TrJcho * " wore
Introduced , aud thnlr nuctvs * as a euro 'or
coldi , coughn , lutnuia ana brmcUUiJ DM
Healthful , Agreeable , Cleansing ,
Glmppod Hondo , Wounds , Bumn , Etc.
Eoinovoa nnd Prevents Dai driUT.
WHITE RUSSIAN S9AP.
Specialty Adapted for Use in H d Water.
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