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8 TIIR OMAHA DAILY 1JI3G : MONDAY , A PHIL 10 , 1HOII
OMAHA'S ' SCIIflfll FOR ARTISTS
Thoutjh Young in Years it is Rapidly Coin
ing to the Front.
STUDENTS IN MODELING AND COLORS
Uno rnllrd rnellltlr * fur DrvclopliiB Kmliryo
Tali-ill * Mr. Wiilliirn1 * I'lcturn Ar-
tcptcMlliy HIP World's PuIr.Milnlint"
incut I'l-rnoiuil nl Mchool.
GUI/ens of Omaha who take an Interest In
the propagation niul advancement of artistic
education In the coininunity will no irratltlod
to know that the Omaha Academy of Finn
\rts. located at the corner of Fifteenth ami
Uodgo streets , of which Mr. .1. Laurie Will-
.aco is director , I.H growing rapidly aiut that
the future for the school novur looked so
bright or enumragiug as at the nrcscnr
This academy , as nearly iwr.vbody In
Omaha knows , Is the protege of the Western
Art association and , whllo it was not ex
pected that a threat strldo In growth or
prominence could bo tna lo during the first
year or two , yet the interest now manifested
in the school by it largo number of earnest
pupils shows that the Institution has been
planted In fertile soil anil is destined
to hccome widely known and of far-reaching
influence if the promoters of the undertak
ing only continuo In the course already
mapped out ai.d Increase the facilities of the
academy as the patronage increases.
The strong features of the school lie in the
fact that cAurythint' that is done and all the
facilities provided are of the highest or let1.
It is the aim to lurnish facilities of the verj
llr.it class for persons of both sexes who def -
f * ' ( ire to iimku painting or sculpture a pro-
' fcssion , and to give amateurs an opportunity
to prolit by Imvlmr access to the same facili
ties. It is also I lie aim of the academy to
extend as far as possible the same benefits
10 engravers , die sinkers , illustrators , deco-
ratois , wood carvers , stone cutters , litho
graphers anil photographers.
While all the ilepavttner ts here repre
sented have not yet hcen undertaken , the
work Is gradually widening and the results
In every department yet begun have been
very satisfactory. Some very gratifying
work has been done In clay modeling and
casting , and the work in oil and crayon is of
the very highest grade , such as may be seen
in the foremost art schools in the country.
It may not bo generally known that the
pupils of this academy have an opportunity
to paint or sketch from nude life. The in
terest in this line of work is quiio general
among the pupils ef the school of both
sexes. Mixed classes are nut allowed when
nude subjects aie posing. The ladies and
gentlemen pupils come at ditlerent hours
in this department , niakiue It quite above
criticism from a modest standpoint. The col
lection of casts from famous pieces of sculp
ture that Mr. Wallace his : provided is re
markably line , and in this department ( he
nca-lemy takes high rank for a western
Mr. Wallace has boon paid a special and
deserving compliment by the management of
the art department of the World's fair. His
portrait of Mr. James W. Scott of Chicago
11 .s been accepted for the exhibition. In
looking over the list of pictures accepted it
Is noticed that Ibis is the only piece accepted
from the states of Nebraska or Iowa. Mr.
Wallace received a letter yesterday from the
Chicago Clraphic requesting him to send in a
photograph or a pen and ink drawing of the
picture for publication in the Graphic. Un
fortunately he has no drawing or photograph
of the piece and as it is now in the hands of
the WorldVI'air management he is unable to
comply with the request.
Following are the pupils now taking les
sons in the academy : Mrs. , T. ,1. Monell.
Mis. Thomas Orr , Mrs. C. K. Emery , Mrs.
It. A. Willis , Mrs. Byron . Bui-hunk , Mrs.
Charles V. Catlin , Mrs. K. M. Parks , Mrs
l1 ranees Mumniigh. Mrs. Frank Kmetson ,
Mrs. F. C. Shelly , all of Omaha ; Mrs. C. C.
McKnight , Hastings ; Mrs. Flora Smith ,
Mill vein , la. ; Miss ( Sraeo Uhl , Shenaiuiouli ,
la. ; Miss Charles L. Until , Omaha : Miss
Cliloo 13rown , South Omaha : Miss Gertrude
Young , Browiu-11 hall : Miss lu Hunt.
Sovth Omaha ; Miss Mary 1C. Oilchrtst ,
South Omaha ; Miss Cruinmer , Miss Jjois F
Burr , Miss Ktliel Evans , Miss Harriet Os-
good , Omaha ; Messrs. Albert Kothery ,
Charles Iloile. Charles S. Jlunbrighton ,
Mark A. Polacic , M. Waldron , Charles W.
Swanson , Frank Shill , F. A. Ileningur , Er
nest Sin-Oder , Melvin DoKoberts , Omaha ;
AVilliam F. Parker , Florence , and Masters
Glen and Gerald Wharton.
If you are tired ami never hungry , Hood's
Sarsaparilla will make vou feel strong and
well , and give you a hearty appetite.
Itn Kleim-iiti anil Attributes Wrre Discussed
by Able Siioukrrn rHti-rduy.
A large congregation assembled at the hall
of the Young Men's Christian association
yesterday afternoon to hear Kev. John Wil
liamson and Judge J. it. McCulloch of
Omaha and W. K. Purvis of Kearney talk
upon the essentials of Christian character.
Secretary F. W. Ober , assisted by Kev.
Henderson , conducted the exercises and Mr.
Gratton led the singing. While the collec
tion was being taken up Mr. John Drown
rendered a vlolincello solo.
Ilov. John Williamson said in substance
that life was dear to every one , and localise
it was short at best and great things hinged
upon it , it was important that wn should
begin aright. Our doctrines wore of our own
choosing. 11 ho know what another thought
ho could tell him what his lifo would lie , for
"as a man thinketh , so is he. " If one occu
pied his mind with thoughtsof God he would
walk in the path of rectitude. Christ was
the great pattern to bo followed : Ills will
should be our foundation , our beginning.
Judge J. II. McCulloch spoke of the build
ing up of character. All men could build
something , though they might not build the
best. Character was wanted , and courage ,
one of its chief attributes , should bo culti
vated. Men should have the moral courage
to set good examples and to advocate what
they believed. Having this and working
under God's guidance they could not fail to
build up a good character.
W. K. Purvis' particular theme was the
"crown of manhood. " Ho said perfect man
hood was Christian manhood. A man , good
without Chi 1st , could bo made much belter
by instilling Christian principles into him.
Ho believed , with Judire McCulloch , that
heroism was essential to good character.
Christianity showed what possibilities lay
within the teach of man and broadened
him in all his work to help others.
Christ refused to bo made king and thus
demonstrated Ills strength and heroism , he-
cuuso Ho knew His acceptance would be con
trary to God's wishes. Every ace and asso
ciations of men had different ideas of hon
esty , but ( Sod's was alwajs the same , truth
being the measure. However beautiful a
life might be. It was not perfect without the
sunlight of Christ.
Husy people have no lime , nun sensible pco
plohavo no inclination to use pills that uuko
them sink a day for every dose they take.
Theyhavo learned th.it the use of Do Witt's
little Karly Hlsers dons not Interfere with
thoirhoalth by causing nausea , pain or grip
ing. Tinoo little pills are perfect In action
and ivMilts. regulating the stomach and
bowels so that headaches , di//iness and
lassltudo are prevented. They cleanse the
blood , clear the complexion and tone up the
system. Lots of health In thosa little fel
Knuin IIMUI ratlins.
A sau story comes from Mason City , la. A
Mr. Uurr , who had for six years , been sheriff
of his county , had struggled for years to get
a competence ahead for himself and family.
Ho had become Just comfortably situated
and had completed negotiations fortbosulo
of the fust pacing horse , known as Storm ,
which belonged to him. The price agreed
upon was S'U.OTU , and the purchaser was on
his way from the east to get the horse. The
evening upon which the purchaser arrived
in Chknpo. Mr. Hurr dlsiovered his owu
barn fin llro. He ran ( illicitly to the
seeno and tried ( o pi t the- pacer and several
otherhpn.es out ! but It was too late. The
horses burned up anil Mr. Burr was without
a dollar In the world. His remorse almost
drove him nmd. Hit friends , however , ral
lied to his aid and In a few hours time raised
fii.tMIi with which they Intended to purehrnc
n brother of thn dead pacer. Th.jy have
doubtless , by this time , bought and pre
sented the animal to Mr. Hurr.
Com I Culrtidnr ,
The call for today Is as follows :
LAW IIOOM Nil. ! i JflKIl ! IIAVH.
.TJ-'J7-Mithodlsl ! KpUcop.it church vs
fl'J-HH ! ) ( llnrotiilnl > s Jm-obx.
3U-UW Now KtiKlaud furniture company vs
: tt-H : - Oniiihii National bank vs 1 rani ; I ) .
.Multet al ,
: ii-'Jil-Allen ; Hro . vI I , . ( ! . tli-1/.ol.
: i-l-l ; ) llouitlilallnu v * Itennett.
: ui < ; Wn-lilir'l < m vs Ituinett ,
H307Onmlm Carpet company vt IIobln ou.
33-)0-Womi'rn ! ) i ' 01 nice and Manuractuilng
i.uv IIOOM NO. 4 , n'iUiiioi'iv.T.t.t. ) : .
24-17'J Aiiieilcaii Water Winks company vs
Ji-lui : Snii".uv vtStuht.
27ili'iJames ; Slddi'll vs P. II. Johnson ,
'JH.iit'J-IIUulns vsclly of Omaha.
Jrt-il.Vl-Albcrt Johnson vs Omaha llaskot
2H.i : ! > r > shi-ohmi cl'iy of Hoiilh Omaha.
JH--2 : ! ) -.Icliscn vs.lohn lionet al.
Ji3llaiiscn ! ) : vs Missouri I'aclllis Hallway
J'l-.ir.- lllllesplc vsCdllahan.
JU-110 ICelley vs city of Omaha.
f.AW IIOOM N'O. " ) .IIIIKU : SCOTT.
jn-nrr.i-llcnisiliio vs Kline.
: il-lO ( Douu'las vs Illnni'lmrd.
30-1 -Clements vsVo iorliolin.
un.jM-Darliy vs Knight.
: l32)7A. : . li. Smith v Iliuo Valley Lumber
ill-lit -John I 'ray vs Omaha Sticot IJnll-
\vav company ,
HD-75-Niirthprn Assurance company vs
.lolin U. llanilllim et al.
i-to- ! ! . \iininilii I' , l.eaeh vs Omaha Slicet
1'allw ay company.
ngrrrv IIIIOM NO. 0 .innui : nmmrso.v.
n'J-im : : Ktntono C. Hates vs K. A. Tlllotson.
3-J-lHl Union Turn company vs Josuph
Kit- 1 : ) . " > NeKon vs Anderson.
33-lH'j Nviiraskii National bank vs Maria
: i'J3U : | MeShune vs Iee.
33-'JfiO I'rndis I'oithtnoiltli Savings bank.
; il-'J5'J ! Chicago Unlvurs'l Investment com
pany vs Ilioun.
: ill > IOO-l.ooinls vs Van Closteret al.
I12'J50Mutual Inve.stmoiit company vs
I'alK ct al.
ROUIfV IIOOM. NO. 7 .It' IKllV.MTON. ! .
10-lfH-Oiiiilm : ) ! Aalloniil li.tnk vs 1'reyliau.
: il-U'J lfnlon Mock Yanls National b.ink
vs Stoddanl ,
Ili-DUU Mi-Kell vs Paul.
IIJMlWltlirow vs llollslandor.
: i'lolMissouri : Piiclllo Hallway company
; i'J113TruynDi1 vs Kllbnrn.
! J'.J-liH : . ' .
J'.JliHMo.iglatid vs 'riiiiiiipson.
: i'-Mn ! - l.ndwii-h vs Chollman.
: i'J-171--ltcynolils vs lievnolds.
n-J-lils Sloan vs Tales.
It'J-JI'J llrandes vs KrlrkMin ,
: il-Uit Martini Casey vs haae llascall.
a--'J -llriiillnril vs Hitchcock.
: H- ! ' . ' ) l-llui'ke vs Wood.
ni-)5 ! ) HchaellVi' vs llnblmrd.
n'J-I ' ) -Omaha Coal and l.lmo Company vs
! ) old ( ct al.
: i'J-i. ; " > -.leiispu vs JCIIMMI ,
; u-r)7-l : > ii"ips vs pii'iin.
; i'J-U5 ; ) Neu et ills Se\ain'r.
A lllKli I.nor
Usually has a bad live.1. He is biliotn ,
constipated , has indigestion and dyspepsia.
If there is no organic trouble a few doses of
Parks'Sure Cure will tone him up. Parks'
Sure Cure is the only liver and kidney cure
we sell on a positive guarantee , price & 1.00.
I'oclirt-rirhln ; , ' VUtliuut lliiiuN.
All unusual incident occurred Saturday
night on the last up-town Farnam street ear.
As one of the passengers mounted the
crowded rear platform a button upon his
coat caught upon a watch chain belonging
to a fellow passenger , and pulling the watch
and chain from the owner's person , held
them fust. As the new-comer entered the
car some one remarked to him that he car
ried his watch in a peculiar manner. Ho
looked , and much to his surprise
saw the watch and chain dangling
from his coat front. Ho remarked then that
he did not know how it got there. Shortly
afterwards the electric current was shut off
and the Under wont upon the front platform
and spoke to several persons concerning the
strange occurrence. Just at this moment the
loser , who had a moment before dis
covered his loss , cu.uo around to the
front of the car. and overhearing the con
versation , said lie guessed the watch was
liis. Well , this was u surprise , and the
mystery seemed to deepen. Doing asked to
describe his watch , he said , on the inside of
Iho case was an Inscription which read :
"A. 15. Jones , March : M. " A match was
struck , the inscription found to bo as stated ,
mil the watch surrendered. The occurrence
furnished an interesting subject of discussion
imoiiir the passengers during the remainder
I'urliH1 Cough syrnp ,
Has been so highly recommended to us
that we now ask our friends who are sutler-
ing with a cold to give it a trial , and If it
does not give satisfaction your money will bo
refunded. Every bottle is sold on a positive
guarantee. Price Til ) cents and . * l.UO. All
A fine iiprifjlit piano , used only six
months , at half pt'iuu. Ford it Ulmrlton ,
Smith Onuili : ) NnU'X.
Thn Sons of Veterans will meet tonight.
Mr. C. K Footo has taken charge of the
local columns of the Drovers Journal since
Mr. Carpenter resigned.
Yesterday was a qulot Sunday in tno
Magic City. One lonely drunk was all that
required police interference.
City Attorney J. II. Van Dusen arrived
homo yesterday from an extended business
trip to St. Uouis and Washington city.
Dr. C. G. Jaycox has purchased a hand
some blooded roadster , for which he paid
S2iO. He has been offered double the money
John' Duhig , the man arrested for illegal
voting , proved that he was at homo playing
with his babies at the hour that he was
alleged to have voted In the Third precinct of
the Second ward and was discharged.
Miss Carrie Dnuly , the young lady who
was taken from the hospital by Mrs. William
Stewart , is still conlined to her bed , with
prospects of remaining there for some weeks.
For seven weeks she lias been unable to eat
solid food , from the effects of salivation. Her
benefactor , Mrs. Stewart , is also ill , having
been alllicled with hemorrhage- the lungs.
Mr. Stewart is again able to work.
Mny Ilu In
Leonard Stout , a farmer , who lives at
Udall , Cowloy county , Kan. , writes to Tin :
Dr.n fur information as to the whereabouts
of Henry Kahow , who mysteriously disap
peared from that place March 'JS. Ittthow
had said that he had u father and a btothvr-
iu-law in Omaha and it was thought that he
might have come here. When he disappeared
he left behind all his o.focts. including flK ( )
In money , a team of mules and a wagon and
. - . . . i
There are three things worth savins
Time , Trouble and money and DJ Witt's
Little Earlv Hiscrs will save them for jou.
These little pills will save you time , as they
act promptly. They \ \ ill .save you trouble as
they cause no pain. They will save you
money as thej economize doctor's bills.
I'll I1 ' 'lit ?
A dental ollieo in Omaha , Xob. Address -
dress K 1 , lieoolllco.
See the ei'lebrutod Sohmer piano at
Ford & L'lmrlluu Musli : Co. , 1504 Doajro
COUNTRY PRODUCE PRICES
Omaha Market Showed Slight Fluctuations
During the Last Week.
POTATOES ARE GOOD AS CASH NOW
I.llirral Itcri-lpM at ThU Mnrlirt On Not
Wiirnitit KspiTliillon * of l.micr l'rlt < - ,
im tint .Sitpuly IJUewhero
IN .Not I.IUKO ,
A careful review of the produce m.irkot
for the past week would develop very few
fe.iturcs of importance. While the market
has undergone some change , it has been so
slight as to hardly justify a chaiuo ; In the
quotation ! ) . In fact the week closes with
the market at uiioiit the same point as a
The season forgamois practically over so
fur as ducks are concerned. Dealers 1m vo
discouraged shipments on account of the risk
In bundling until the receipts have dropped
down to a very low point. Jack snipe are
commencing to arrive and are meeting with
pretty good sale.
As reported a week ago the receipts of
butter are very light and the market Is linn ,
although there is no very active demand.
The quality of the butter coining to market
is very poor. Dealers are anticipating the
arrival on the marliot of new butter several
weeks In advance of the time last season , as
the grass is already commencing to start
The egg market is lust abou' . where it wan
a week ago. The receipts are not large ,
wlnlo there is a pretty fair demand , but
there are just eggs enough to prev lit the
market making an advance. Dealers have
tried to put it up half a cent and while they
have succeeded in getting the advance oc
casionally for single case lots the advance
has not been general enough to hardly war
rant the quotation.
I'oliitni'A Worth .Honey.
The receipts of potatoes at this market
have been liberal and most everyone appears
to have a good supply on hand. Dealers are
complaining that stocks are moving slowly ,
but that may be accounted for on the ground
that stocks being liberal every one is trying
to sell..Vhile prices are not as high as they
were earlier in the season still they compare
well with other markets. It would appear
that potatoes a.'o not very plenty in any sec
tion of the country , although there has not
been so much of an advance as some specula
tors anticipated. In fact the tendency of
the market has been downward since the ar
rival of warm weather. The following re
garding the potato crop situation as reported
by Prime , the crop expert , may be of interest
at tills time :
Massachusetts Fair supply with good de
mand. Price of of potatoes SS cents to 51
per bushel. Somecomplaiut of potatoes being
fro/on and small ; good seed in great demand.
Pennsylvania One dollar is llrmly held
for one bushel of potatoes , and look for
great scarcity and quite an advance in price
before a new stock can bo produced. There
will be a great waste in store potatoes in
ground cellars and buildings , being fro/en by
the extreme cold weither and the frost pene
trating the ground.
New York One-third less potatoes on
hand than a year ago ; some complaint of
being fro/en ; great demand for seed potatoes.
Farmers will not sell for less than $1 per
West Virginia Demand for potatoes good.
Stock on hand small in comparison with last
year. Many complaints of fro.-.en potatoes.
Prices " > to s. > cents per bushel.
Illinois Demand for potatoes good. Stocks
on hand light. Homo consumption the only
market that can bo supplied. Price , $1 per
Kansas Stock of potatoes on hand not as
largo as a year ago. ( .real many potatoes
have been destroyed by being frozen during
the cold weather. Price , Jl lo JI.'Jj per
Iowa Stock on hand as low as they have
over been at this time of the year. Almost
impossible to buy a carload.
Ohio Demand only fair , with no competi
tion among buyers. Sixty-live to7. " ) cents for
extra lots is and has been the price for four
weeks. No complaints of fro/on or rotten
potatoes. No great demand for seed. Stocks
on hand consi ierably less than a year ago.
Michigan Crop about half gone from this
section. Farmers getting O'J to iir > cents per
Tennessee Stock on ham ! not over 0110-
IIfth of last year. Selling at $1 to $1.1. ) per
Minnesota Until eating ami seed stock in
good demand. Local price ( i. " > cents. Some
complaint of dry rot. Are coming out of
winter quarters in fairly good condition.
Wisconsin Coed demand , cieneral im
pression is that there will nut bo enough for
home consumption. C.rcat many complaints
of potatoes being fro/en.
North Dakota Quite a demand for pota
toes to ship south Price ranges from 7.1
cents to . < ! a bushel ami are nearly all sold
out. Spring will be late and backward.
Vermont Stock of potatoes will not ex
ceed -10 per cent of last year's supplj ; price ,
fa to SO cents.
Connecticut Not enough potatoes here to
last until the now crop comes on : price -1 to
? I.'J5 a bushel.
Colorado Stocks on hand not as large as
lastyearat this time. lOxccllent demand ;
are coming out of winter quarters in line
"The White Squadron" continues In com
mission at the. Boyd till Wednesday , giving
a matinee performance on that day.
I The musical , emotional and mirthful "A
I German Soldier , " stays at the Farnam for
four more performances , including a matinee
Mr. Jefferson had the fore-dL'ht to select ,
while yet u young man , the character
through which his powers were destined to
lind their amplest expression , Hip Van
Winkle , ami for that part he shaped out an
ideal that was original , hiijh , poeil- , fresh
and lovely. It is not caprice which shapes
such a career as that of Mr. Jefferson , nor is
it accident that has crowned it with the
laurels ot honor. Mr. Jefferson will appear
at Hoyd's in bib marvelously truthful and
beautiful personation of Kip Van Winkle on
Thursday evening next , at which time a
crowded house is sure to grout him.
The coming of Kobert Mantell is a welcome
announcement to make. lie opens a short
engagement at the Farnam Thursday even
ing , presentinsr his latest success , "The Face
in the Moonlight1 one of the most interest-
lug dramas Mr. Mantell has ever placed on
the staL'o. It concerns the French revolu
tion period , and is strictly romantic. There
Is no bombast in the play , though it is very
dramatic in its many strong climaxes. The
gloom of the .piece is dispelled by bits of
comedy hero ami there , but of course its
chief charm lies in the powerful acting of
Mr. Mantell , who Impersonates the dual role
of Kahat am1. Victor Ambrose. . . Asa soldier
Mr. Mantell has great force , dignity and
strength ; as that soldier's half brother he is
more grotesque than terrible. This is a
very strong piece of diril work , undoubtedly
the stroimvst that Mr. Mantull has ever
done. The olay is intensely interesting from
beginning to end and merits careful atten
A consolidation of the Doston Howard
Atliena-uni and Iho Hopkins Transoceanic
Star Specialty companies has been elVecicd
and will bo seen at Hoyd's new theater next
Friday , Saturday and Sunday , with a mati
As tno time is drawing near when the
ITie only Pure Creain ofTartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum ,
! C ed in Milli-m * of Hoineis-r40.Years the Standard ,
L -T tih - - * " - ° er 4
irrroti'.ntof the Hrlric ptiilio virtuosos will
iiuilic his Imw to aliiOiuiihii iiudli-iico. the ux-
oltoiui'iit Itii'iviiscHi iH-rcoptllily , for never
liofori ! wore tlio nmnlcnl pcuplo so much on
sui'h tli-toe | of oxpretullun us the i-oliilui ? of
I'liilerownkl Is proililcliiB. Tlint ovur.v avail-
nlilu Moat will hu UiUiMi lon hcforo the ilav
of thu L-uiici'i't , iiudi that stHiulliiK room will
tiulnrKul.V lu tleinuiiU. Is an nssuruil fact. The
npplli'atlous from iiol'hhorliiB ( towns far v\-
eeeil aiiythliiK known herolufurn. As the
riiparlt.y of the Hoyil opera house Is lliulti'il
for nn occasion of t this Idml many an appli
cant will bo woefully disappointed. The sil : ( !
of seats opuns thismiorniii ) ; at Max Meyer ,
llro. .Vi Co's.
fltl.il. OP Tllli llKTItDir.
Another of Curio SIIIII'H New Online \VIII
tin Ti'Ntuil Toiliiy.
Nuwi'oitT li. I. , April I ) . Arrangements
nave been tnnuo for the cruiser Detroit to
make the whole of her trials over the
mc.isureil mlle course tomorrow , weather
iicmilllinp. Hitch a projrram will require
Lhe whole day. The ship will leave either
that evening or next morning for New Ixin-
Ion , wliero a day or two will also ho given to
: he builders to prepare for the four hour
trial , which is the real test. The naval
trlnl board will remain hero until Thursday
if ternoon nnil then go to New Loudoi. pre-
narcit to go out on the trial on the lirst
favorable day. The start will be made from
S'ow London rather than from this port , as
; ho course has been laid out from the Hart-
lett's reef light vessel , lust olt that port , to
nine miles easV of Stratford shoals , thirty
miles east , anil return to the start. Coast
survey stcnmers Biicho an 1 Blake have Ixith
tieen detailed to duty in connection with the
trials , to take tidal conditions in the sound
mil , therefore , be anchored at either end of
the course , taking observations every ten
minutes. The former is now in the south.
.SIM A / . ; / .i.v.i nun IN rs.
I'hi-y Am < ' ; utclit by the ( iorurmiiunt lit
Xcri's riiiiinlni ; nn Inaiirrri-tion.
MMitit ) > , April 8. The government has
disiTvered an alarming anarchist conspiracy
at Xeres , having for its object an insurrec
tion. It was supposed the execution of the
four aiiaivhists at Xeres last year had Intim
idated the remainder. The present
move seems to have hcen instituted
by revenge for those executed. The
government learned of the rendezvous of the
I'oiispirators at a larmhouho near Xeres , Mir-
roumleil U and captured thoVntiro baml.
The men were armed with guns and knives
ami the police secured a lot of iticrimin.it ing
documents showing it w.is intended to in
augurate the outbreak today. The prisoners
were locked up and the government will
make an example of them.
M < ire rorKDi'ii'rt DlM'oiTrcul.
CINCINNATI , O. , April S. The failure of
Koushelm iSc Bros , grows more sensational.
It Is estimated that the already known lia
bilities of the linn are SLViO.OOO , allowing only
$10,01)0 ) for forged papers. It is already
known that $ io. : : ( ) > ! 0 iu forged papers , mostly
in the name of Samuel Aub , is out , and it is
believed not all Inn been heard from yet.
lilulitVn Wnrlil'b I'iitr Kvlilhlt Itiirnod *
Bolsi : CITY , Idaho. April S. Word has
hcen received hero of the burning of a largo
portion of the Idaho agricultural exhibit en-
route to the World's fair. The llro occurred
near Kimball , Nob. But little of value was
saved. A quantity of taxHorm.v and two
valuable oil paintings of thu Shoshonc falls
wo.ro also burned.
Will euro Von , is a true statement of the
action of AVEU'S Sarsaparilla , when
taken for di.sunses originating in impure
blood ; but , while this assertion is true of
AVER'S Sarsaparilla , as thousands can
attest , itcamiot bo truthfully applied to
other preparations , which uriuciplod
dealers will recommend , and try to im
pose upon you , as "just as good as
Ayor'n , " Take Aycr's Sarsaparilla and
Ayer's only , if you need a blood-purifier
and would be benefited permanently.
This medicine , for nearly fifty years ,
has enjoyed a reputation , and made a
record for cures , that has never been
equaled by other preparation. AYKH'S
Sarsaparilla eradicates the taint of he
reditary scrofula and other blood dis
eases from the system , and it has , deser
vedly , the confidence of the people.
"I cannot forbear to express my joy al
the relief I have obtained from the use
of AVER'S Sarsaparilla. I was alllicted
with kidney troubles for about six
months , suffering greatly with pains in
the small of my back. In addition to
this , my body was covered with pimply
eruptions. The remedies prescribed
failed to help mo. I then be an to ( alto
AYER'S Sarsaparilla , and , in a slioit
time , the pains ceased find the pimples
disappeared. I advise every young man
or woman , in case of sickness result
ing from impure blood , no matter how
long standing tlio en so may be , to take
AYER'S Sarsaparilla. " II. L.Jaimanii ,
33 William St. , Now York City.
d bj Dr. J. O. Aycr & Co. , I.owll , Maea.
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FOR MEDICINAL USE
NO FUSEl. OIL
THIS c.c.VM ) Miii ( INAI , riii'\n : \ -
TION m thu Iti'Ht lni.\v rrmrily for Clllllo.
L'liiiKlis , Ciilili , Ill-onrliltli , till ) ( irlp tin
Tor thn ( Icblllliltrd mill HIOHK with mtiik
liot-M'M It Is n purlri't rrMtllll/r. It ulloriln ,
I lie uritiitoit ri'llcl lo
InsUI iiiiiii | liuvlnilt from your ilriiilat ! or
Kroror , 'I nice no Hilliitltlilo.Yntu lor mil-
liiiolrvhli'h MD < I < III | lrir *
Tin ; ntri'Y .MAM'VIIISKIV ; co. ,
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Ailments ! "
"The IJTHIA SPRIXG. situated in
LOXDOXDKKKV , New Hampshire ,
which has bccouiL- n'/V/lVv / and popu-
lurly known to the profession , has re
cently doubled its capacity for bottling
this excellent mineral water , by enlarg
ing its works at Nashua.
"Theviitcr visited both the spring
and the bottling establishment the past
sttnnner , and was surprised to hear of
the quantity of water which was being
shipped. The profession and tlie piw-
//V have learned \ > look upon this water
as a specific in many ailments to which
the human body is heir , htnecc. \ \ \ great
demand which is made for it all over
tlie country , New York and Chicago
beiiiRthe largest distributing points ,
"Tlie cases in which we have lound
it useful have bi-en cpccinlly tliose in
which the uric attii diathesis was evident
i'roni Xeiv Xork MolliMniiiii > il'illtvti.il | ) .
Londonderry Lithia Spring Water Coj
NASHUA. N. II
Clias H.l'orlilns .t Co. . . ' 'oilInAReuls , .7 ! Kllhy
St. . Il-slon , M-iss.
PAXTON & GALLAGHER ,
Dit'trlh'.itlu ? Adonis for Oniiilni.
r I HE ladies' who have
JL tried it all say that
our Port Wine at 250 a
bottle is as good as they
] have been paying drug
stores $ t for , and that our
500 Port is infinitely bet
ter. Try it yourself.
Port Wine ,
Wine , JJiquor anil Clxnr Co , ,
116-11S S. ICth St. , Ouiilli.v.
BY US ARE ALWAYS
It N so plpixHant to ilo biislnosst with
a irooil rc-llauio llrtn. us thnro is no risk of
luoilnjsyourorlslniil plfturo wlik-li limy
no thuoniv IMIU In oxlstuiioo of smno hc-
Invoiltlio li.is p.issoil uwuy. Wuilo this
win U f nun tl5 ft ) up. L'.ill uucl examine
Class Photographer , Kj
Clironic , Nsrnu ,
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Special Dis9as3J ,
EAS.S OF WOMEN
Trcntml ut V > fn a niontli
uuil nil " < lionui
All other troub'os ' trnili'il nt rp.isoiiiitilu
uli'u-si'S. CUNSfia'ATlON I'UI-.n. Call on or
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That's the way our shoes are sold to you fuJTjMn-
SilISJ.lv When you buy a pair of slices of Tis you
buy tnem with the expectation of getting yourTnon-
ey's worth and we make you fully realize your ex
pectations We J n s u re t h c m. It's "policy" ( insur
ance policy'Tor ' us to do U. When you buy shoes o *
" 'The Nebraska" we insure them to wear better
than you ever had shoes wear for a like price we
insure the stock to be perfect the stitches not to
rip-the lunger not to pull out -thesole to wear well.
Our policy says "if your shoes do not prove good
weJ25Ji Ul0jai 2Slkreven if we give you back in
cash.nHthat you paid for them in the first place. The
best shoes that ever were sold for like money are
of which we opan a full .new line today. They are
made of the Ygr _ fmsst of "selected Kangaroo and
American calf. They're made by skilled workmen.
They're gotten up in the shapeliest styles and nob-
nobiestlasts. They're in congress , lace orbluchcr.
They're in any size-any width- any last. They're in
ParisLondonGlobeFrenchPhiladelphia - Puri
tan or Broadway toe , plain or tipped. They're
bctter-yes _ better than aiiyshoe _ sold for five dollars
by any shosotore-and they arc sold to you
ts * - ' Tan shoes ! Russetts ! Any kind you want arc he1 re.
PERMANENTLY GUISES-HZ Or
WE REFER YOU TO 2. , 5OO PATIENTS/
Financial Reference : Ml Hack of Commerce , Omaha. ' ,
No DETENTION from business. No Operation. <
Invustlijiitoour Mnttiotl. Wrlttnn Rtmrnnton toubBO * } ;
lutoly L'urunll kinds of lUM'TUKEof liothsoxos.nltUiM
out inn use of Knlfu or syrlnpu , nu n alter of how lonj'1
EXAMINATION E'RBE. -
The 0. E. MILLER COMPANY ,
307-303 [ I. Y. LIFE BLUB. , OMAHA , II-B ,
for Circular. . _ _ _ .v , , , ,
nAV.Mo.vi > ,
YOU EVER have occasion to boirow an
umbrella , don't do it but buy one of our pure
silk- , plain and natural wood handles , gold , silver
or Ivory tipped.
rtrrr.ENTii AHII HOLTIM * . OMUIV.
Write us for prices on Whiskies both in bond and tax paid.
AVI : CARRY Tin : LAR < ; IST : STOCK IN TIIK YVF.ST.
ARE TROUBLING ; YOU.
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"l-Bl lAll.l'.S ui Kill' . 1. 1. A-- . ' Kt > M < l II I l
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Max Meyer & Bro. Co
Jewelers and Ooticiana.
The Height of Your Collar
Has much to do wltli tlio matter of whether
y.m are becomingly dressed. A very few men
can wear most iinyvldth of collar ; the build
of tome abjolutelj' require ! that a high collar
be worn ; while to man > , a low collar only Is
fulled. You may be one of the latter sort.
It to , we wiih to call your attention to lomc
low collars we lmo just made. Vou will like
them. Th-.y are
CLUETT DRAND , 2Bc ,
( Illimp ; , furrow ;
( Teraynio , Very furrow.
COON BRAND , 20 c.
( Himont , Nirrow :
( Euclid , Vtry Narrow.
. duett , GOODS C&