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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEf : THURSDAY , MAY 11 , ] 8)3. ( )
WAS A GOOD EN'OITJI LAWYER
Railroads Had COT oral AUornoyc , but
tinttin Acts for Hiinsolf.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIONERS
| Mol In Omulm Ynterdny rind InreOlcatml
AJIncril Improper II.Hn DUnrlin-
limtliuiKNo ( 'nnr Were
I The Interstate Commerce commission met
Rat tno federal building yesterday and was In
Inwslon most of the day without
( reaching drflnlto conclusions on any
of tun cases involved. The first
loam iiilil was that of A. J.
Jc..it < n of Kcarnoy against tlio Union Pacific
Jon i lie Southern Pacific , alleging that the
| nb' ' ) t nilroads "ad bcon guilty of discrlm-
. . fualnst Kcarnoy and other points in
I No Mslt.i on through rates from Chicago
jnni' ' ' .tlipr Interstate points and the Interests
ref ttn1 r-ulroad companies wore in charge of
Inn impo ing array of legal luminaries.
! Ju > 'fr" M-'i-rlsnn ' presided over the dcllbcr-
J Blums < f tno session nnd Commissioners
iVp.iwn and McPill occupied seats at his
* mile \ttortiov Marqurtto of Lincoln ap-
l > can-il as the representative of the Hurling-
i ton road and Judge Kelley appeared for the
J L'nlon Pa' illc.
I lf ioouan attorney ? " inquired Chair-
Mtmn Mirrlson , looking at Mr. A. J. Gusttn ,
I Hapialnant. .
| Nn . .i- . I imvo no attorney , " said Mr.
[ ( idstin "If I am permitted I will present
[ the matt , r mvself. "
You will have that privilege , " said the
I presiding nftlccr , "you may proceed. "
! Judge Morrison was evidently in the dark
ns to that which was about to bo turned
[ loose ilium the commission and the innocent
1 spectators and attorneys who had gathered
I 1o hear tlio case presented. Nothing In the
I history of the federal building lias ever
i Ijci n hnnnl that would com para for a mo-
iiimi wi-ii the cataclysm of vitriolic oratory
; that Mr dustlu poured into the ears
i of the r.ininissloncrs . against the greedy ,
Grasping1 railroad ixunpanica.
[ * ( instill HlH Onti l.tuvyor.
I ' 1 he matter that had found its inception in
Mr fiUH'ms active brain was arranged
tilling tw > distinct lines of battle. Ono prc-
l scntcd th < > historical attitude of tlio railroad
Jnlcrcsis toward the people , while the other
f , Jiri'si'iiti'd tln > comniprcial status of tlio case
: us vlowol by Mr. Ctiistin. Ho ripped up the
tii'ams of history and laid liaro many of the
loiiilimr ort'iita In the progress of the coun-
tr.v all HIP wa.v from the landing of Colum-
lius doxvn to the iirescnt timo. llo soared
nroiind among the s'liibcams and the clouds
in ties , ribine the fertility of the country ,
nnd when it came to the horrors that ho saw
Jj int' IUTOSS the path of the country's prepress
press in case the pnaent railroad rates con
tinue to pi-oval ! ho became very earnest.
Now ami then , however , ho lodged a pretty
veil directed blow.
When ho llnally got down to business ho
called as the first witness in the case Mr. .1.
11 Ixjthrop. manager of tlio Black Hills
branch of the Union Paclllc road , for the
imrposo of showing the actual cost per mile
of constructing the Kearney & Black Hills
Judge Kelley objoctcd to the introduction
of this testimony on the ground that the
ICearney & lilack Hills line was not the line
Implicated in the allegations made in the
complaint. Ho hold , finther. Unit the Kear
ney & Black Hills road was not completed at
the tlmo the charges ngalnst the Union
Mr liuatln held that ho wanted to show
by Mr I > athrop what thocostof the Kearney
& Black Illlls road was , and ho wanted to
show , further , that the Union Pacific com-
jinny hud Issued $ GOOlKK ) of Kearney Ac Black
llills ro.id bonds to its own stockholders
nnd the public had to pay Interest on thcso
bonds by pnj ing exorbitant rates on the
main line of the Union Pacific. Ho proposed
to show that the Union Pacific had built the
JUac-k Hills road for at least Sl.OOO.OOO les"
than the company claimed to have Invested
in It. The main line , ho hold , was burdened
with a thousand and ono schemes similar to
thia and tin.1 directors were attempting to
make the road pay dividends upon millions
of dollars not really represented , or Invested
in the road.
Alrlnc Jlluck lllllH History.
Chairman Morrison hold that the testi
mony going to show the cost of the Black
Hills branch would have but a slight bearing
upon the charges at Issue. Mr. Gus-
tin was permitted to ask Mr. Loth-
rep n number of questions about the Black
Hills line , but succeeded in bringing out
nothing of much consequence1 , excepting that
n majority of the Black Hills road .stock was
lield by the Union Pacille stockholders.
The commissioners gave Mr. Gustln con
siderable latitude , and lie branched off upon
cotton rates from the south to Kcarnoy.
Attorney Marquette objected to the bring
ing ill of matters that wore not spccllled in
I Mr Gnstln held that Inasmuch ns ho had
i employed the phrase "and ether interstate
points , " ho had a right to attack the rates
J in vogue to Kcarnoy from any pulnt within
f the toirltor.y of the United States ,
i Chairman Morrison stated that it was the
B duty of the commission to take into consid-
? cration all complaints with regard to unjust
I or illegal rates , but it had been the custom
ji. with the commission to take uu ono or two
cases at a time rather than to attack all the
j-J tiuds in the country at ono sitting. Ho
R therefore requested Mr. Gustln to confine
a' liia uvulonco to the charges contained In his
M-compl.unt until lie had finished it.
K 'I'll11I'd Aliiint Cotton Uiitm.
* Mr C.ustm Insisted that ho bo heard on
'f the cotton rates , however , and also re
' } quested the privilege of being sworn and
telling what ho knew about the cotton
t 'rules. Ho stated , after being sworn , that
; j if the railroads would make the same rate
J jior mlle per ton from Fort Worth. Tex. , to
f Kearney that now exists between Memphis ,
Tcnn . the rate for Kearney would bo L'O
cents per hundred , whereas it is at present
[ 70 cents.
I ' Do you think that the road ovsr which
j w receive eutton nt Kearney from Fort
Worth , Tex . should adopt the same rate per
< ' ton per mile as the roads between Memphis ,
i Tenu .and Boston ( " Inquired Mr. Morrison.
I "Yes , sir , I do , " said Mr. Gustin enorgetl-
i Air Gustln then presented two freight
i bills for freight charges upon machinery
4 which had been Hhipped from points in
I Illinois to Kearney. Ho held that tlio
charges were excessive and illegal. The
s lillls of lading wcro .submitted and accepted
? ns dot unioiitary evidence in the case. Mr.
4 Gustin r < sled his case at this point , and the
3 commu.su n took u recess for lunch.
B At the afternoon session Attorney Mar
ls | uottc. fur the defendants , introduced the
j ( iiintml reports of the Burlington and Union
9 Pacific mads for the past six years. Ho said
\ that the hchodulo of rates as submitted by
r Mr CiusMn was correct. That was all th.it
I the defendants cured to submit. The case
5 was closed \\ith the provision tint both Mr.
I ( instill uiid the defendants have permission
} to submit writtt-n arguments presenting their
I respective sulu.-i of the dispute.
I'alleil to ( \Vlluos9o9. .
J The sivmul ease begun by Mr. Gustin
* ngainst the I'nion Pacific and the Southern
X I'aelllc mads , in which rates on sugar from
1 western pt ints are made the grounds of co-
% plaint was called. Mr. Kelley , as attorney
6 for the Union Pacific and also representing
J tlio Southern Pacific , submitted un utllduvlt
i Hlgncd by the attorney for the Southern Pa
rt cillo btating that it was imitosslblo for the
T defendant company to got some very Import-
j nut wltnosses to Omalm at this timo. Mr.
P Sprcckcls of California Is suld to bo an im-
ij portant witness and ho is at present abroad
1 and his testimony cannot bo obtained until
S ho returns.
W Mr Kelley said that the Union Pacific
. ] company had been depending upon the
\ Southern Paclllc for a certain line of testi
mony that would be of vital interest in the
trial ot the case and ItvouU bo impossible
for the t'nion Pacific to undertake the case
Blnglo handed with anything like a fair
chance of getting itl the actual facts. He
therefore moved that tlio hoarlng bo con
tinued Ho also snidthls road would admit
that the rales from the Pacillo coast to
Kearney wow higher than from the coast to
Omaha , but tins wus forced upon the Union
Pacific by watnr competition coming by way
of Now Orlciuii and Now York.
llnd to Mf.l "Wntcr ItMtKi. "
Mr. Gustln asked the commissioners If a
railroad company had a right to cut rates to
long distance points below these which wcro
charged for nhortor hauls simply as u means
of computing with water rates.
"It has bison held at different times , " ald
Chairman Morrison , "that railroads have a
right to make special rates to certain points
where It Is ncc sary to do so In order to get
the business as ngalnst water competition.
It has also been held that thn road
making such a special rate is not obliged to
cut Its entire schedule for the entire line to
ngreo with tills special rate ; but thr > rate to
other points must be reasonable and just. A
railroad company may sco lit to carry goods
to n certain point at n very trilling profit
simply to get the business as against water
competition. It is claimed , for instance , that
these roads are obliged to ship sugar to
Omaha nt < V > crnta per hundred pounds or
lose all of the western business , because
sugar is brought around to Now York nnd
Now Orleans from thn Paclllc coast and
shipped to Omaha from the cast , cutting the
rates down to tins low point. "
"Why don't the same argument hold good
with regard to rates to Kearney ? " asked
"Well , that will remain for the evidence
in the case to elucidate. "
Decided to l'o tponn thn Ga e.
The chairman then explained that it would
bo a waste of time for the commissioners to
proceed with the hearing of the case , ceding
that the roads against which the charges
had been made were not ready to respond.
If the commission should go ahead and hear
only ono side of the case the roads might
refuse to obey any order that the commission
saw lit to issue and then the case would
hnvo to go to tlio courts for a
Html heariinr. In the courts the railroad
companies might introduce a line of testi
mony that would alter tlio status of the case
materially and the commission might not bo
uphold in Its order. For these reasons ,
Chairman Morrison said , tlio commission
had long since become convinced that It was
better to have a full and fair hearing of n
case before attempting to pass upon it or
issue any orders to the railroads implicated.
Ho held that it would bo best for Mr.
Gustin as well as the railroads against
which the irregularities were charged to
postpone the hearing until such time as all
the parties Interested could bo heard. The
ease was therefore postiwned until some
future date to bo determined by the com
Tliis brought the proceedings of the
Omaha session to n close and the commis
sioners departed on tlio evening train for
I > : : MISI : or .NKIHIASKANS.
Ucutli of Thonms ( illjtoii In Ciitirornla UU
Inti-rrxtln ; ; Illittory.
FIIEMONT , Neb. , May 10. [ Special to THE
Bi'.K.J Arthur Gibson received a telegram
from Ixis Gates , Cal. , last evening , announc
ing tno death of his father , Thomas Gibson ,
who died with paralysis at the ago of 75.
The deceased came to this county from
Quincy , 111. , in 185-t , where ho had been pub
lishing tlio Quincy Whig and Republican , the
first republican newspaper published in that
state. He was elected n member of the
state legislature of tills state soon after its
organisation. In IH.VJ ho went to Pike's
Peak nnd later to Denver , where ho pub
lished the llrst paper established In Col
orado , the Hooky Mountain News. Ho
afterwards returned to Omaha and was see-
rotary of the Hoard of Trade there until
issi' , , when he moved to California. Ho was
a Knights Templar and loaves a wife and
NKMAIK CITY. Kcb. . May 10. [ Special to
Tin : Bii.I : Alex. D. Skeen , aged 73 years ,
died tit Ills homo in this city yesterday
morning at ! ) o'clock of dropsy and paralysis.
Mr. Sheen was born in Kentucky in 1K51 ,
and came to this state in the fall of 18r > l ,
settling on his farm north of this placo. Ho
moved his family hero In tlio spring of 1SV ,
and has since been a permanent resident of
this county. Ho was ono of the oldest sot-
tiers in this county nnd was a life long dem
ocrat. Ho leaves an aged wife and nine
children. The funeral services were con
ducted nt 10 a. in. today by Kov. Mr. Cham
berlain of Plielps , Mo. , in the Christian
church , of which the deceased was a prom
Nntr < of Nmvs fruni Mcl.oiui.
AN , Nob. , May 10. [ Special to THE
It lias been raining hero for two
A town has been started at Nic Williams'
rossing , on the north side of thoKoya Palia
ivcr. It lias the finest water privileges
.hat can bo found nnywhoro in the north-
A largo flouring mill is being erected at
.Irouksiiurgh. It will bo a boon to the
Considerable damage has been done to sel
lers by prairie lires on the reservation ,
mrning up sheds , stables , etc. An Indian
ivoman nnd four children wcro burned to
leuth on the Ponca reservation.
Settlers nro coming hero from all parts of
Note's from fHceolu.
Oscr.ot.A , Nob. , May 10. [ Special to Tun
ilcE. ] Sheriff W.S. Miller started for Hast-
ngs today having In charge John tirickson ,
, vlio is incurably insane.
Stromsburg citizens have made a lucky hit
his year in securing Hon. John II. Mickey
of this city to deliver the oration on Decora-
lion duy. John was there himself nnd if any
one can make the old veterans shed tears ,
SucrmdH 31 r. Dnrrioy.
VAM.BT , Nob. , May 10.--Special [ to THE
"Jr.K. ] At a meeting of the board of direc-
ors of the Farmers and Merchants bank of
Valley-yesterday the resignation of George
W. 10. Dorscy as president was accepted and
John M. Wllllanis elected to till the vacancy.
'resident ' Williams is a wealthy farmer of
Valley , nnd has been a member of the board
of directors of tlio bii'ik since its organiiu
\Vr > ru Not ( julck Cmiugli ,
KEAIINT.V , Nob. . May 10. ( Special Tele-
cram to TUB HKK. ] This morning the two
prisoners in the county jail tried to escape
by prying tlio liars in the corridor door so
tlio holt in the lock could bo shoved out of
the socket. They succeeded in gelling inlo
Hie outside hall , but the sheriff discovered
thn plot when ho took their dinner und
locked them up in their cells.
SnrprlHvit Thulr I'rli'nd * .
NEIIUASKA Cmr , Neb. , May 10. [ Special
Telegram toTiiB BEI : . ] Word was received
today announcing the marriage of K. A. Lam
belli and Miss Kathleen GolT at Galesburg
The contracting parties are society loaders
in this city , and their marriage was a com
) leto surprise to all. Mr. Lambeth is wel
cnowu throughout tlio stato.
\Vlll ititrrtuln : tlin rii
Neb. , May 10. [ Special
Telegram to Tin : Bun. ] The Otoo County
Medical association mot today and com
pleted arrangements for the entertainment
of the state society , which will hold its
twcnly-ilfth annual meeting in this cUv next ,
Tuesday. This session promises to bo the
most important yet hold.
A 'MlilUicr's U'llii .Mile 1 1 I'lruiml.
Kldor S. S. Beaver of MoAllistorvillo , Ju
niala county , P.i. , says his wife is subject
to cnuifp in the stomach. 1-nst summer she
tried CJiamborlain's ( . 'olio , Cholera and Diar-
rhtna Uemcdy for it and was much pleased
with the speedy relief it afforded. She bus
since used it whenever necessary and found
that it never fails.
POTTSTOWN , PA. ,
. I sufferer from
x-v was i\
1 fl 6 neuralgia for ten years ;
tried all kinds of rcme-
Yoars. dies without relief , and
had given up all hope. I tried a
ST. JACOBS Oil. ,
and it effected such Ono
wonderful relief that I -4
recommend it to all. J
CHAS. LAW , JR. Bottlo.
CONTESTING MOSIIER'S ' NOTES
Receiver of the Capital National Tells How
the Bank Was Conducted.
CLAIMS OF A NrlW YORK INSTITUTION
I'apcr of the Western MnmifUcturlni ; Com.
pnnjr Negotiated to the Kxtont of
SuTcral Thoutimtl Dollnm A. O.
U. W. Ofllcera Elected.
I.tscoi.v , Nob. , May 10. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun HRK. ] Kccolver Macfiirland of
the Capital National bank proposes to test
the validity of the thousands of dollars
worth of worthless Western Manufacturing
company notes sold to various parties by C.
W.Moslicr. Soraotlmo slnco the Chemical Na
tional rnnk of Now York began suit ngalnst
the Capital National on two of thcso notes
for ? . * ,000 each , seeking to rnako the claim n
valid ono against the assets of the broken
bank because they had boon endorsed by
President Moshcr and sold by the Capital to
the Chomicnl. Today the receiver Hied his
answer setting up that the notes wcro not
a valid claim against the bank
for the reason that the Western Man
ufacturing company was composed of C. \ \ .
Moslior only , and was used by him to earn-
on "a" business for his solo use and profit ;
and that the notes were discounted by htm
as presilont of the bank for himself as the
Western Manufacturing company , and that
the notes were made out signed under his
direction ; that Mosticrdisc-ountcd more than
the amount of one-tenth of the capital stock
of the bank , or more than fcJO.UOO worth of
those notes , in violation of the law , and that
such facts were known to the plaintiff. Ho
therefore asks that the case bo dismissed as
against him as receiver of the bank.
Sold Their KloriitorH.
Kendall k Smith , the prain men of this
city , who have elevators nt various points in
Nebraska , Kansas and Missouri , have sold
all their elevators , flfty-llvo In number , to
Harris Hros. & Co. of this city. Neither
Kendall it Smith nor the purchaser would
give the pnco p.tid. The three in this
county , at Lincoln , Malcolm and Wnvorlv ,
were sold lor fl'.l.V ) , which would indicate
that the transaction involved over fcJUO.OOO.
It was rumorpd that Kendall & Smith had
been embarrassed by dculs on the Chicago
Iloardof Trade , but to a reporter this after
noon Mr. Kendall stated that while ho , too.
had heard such rumors , thcro was no truth
whatever in them. That they had simply
desired to change their base of operations ,
and to devote their capital to the receiving
and milling business , and having tin oppor
tunity to dispose of their holdings to advan
tage they had done so. It is stated that ono
of their projects is the building of a UUO-
barrel mill at this point.
Annual Olllcrri lOtcctml ,
The grand lodge of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen has not yet llneshcd its
work. The morning session was devoted to
considerable routine business , and the dis
cussion and adoption of rules for the sessions
of the grand lodge. The special auditing
committee reported the n ( Tails of the society
in excellent linancial condition.
Election of oflieors was the principal bust-
of the session , nnd several intere.ninir con
tests wore developed. J. G. Tate of Hast
ings was re-elected grand master workman
by acclamation. For grand foreman it. W.
Lallin of Wymoro and James Jaskalelc of
South Omaha were named , Laflin winning.
.1. C. Hayes of Champion and J. W. Hunts-
borgcr were nominated for grana overseer ,
and the count of ballots resulted in Hayes'
election. Ij. A. Payne of Orand Island was
unanimously ro-elocted grand recorder and a
like honor was conferred on W. H. .tones of
Broken How , grand watchman. The contest
for grand receiver was between K. A. Policy
of Howard , W. II. Davis of McCook and John
Converse of Fairbury. Policy was selected
For grand guido F. 1C. Smith of Albion , John
Hawley of North Platte , It. O. lie wick of
Carleton and T. .
11. Cullom of Schuvler wcro
nominated. Hawley being elected by a good
At the afternoon session the complement
of ofliccrs was lilted by the election of the
following : Grand trustee , K. W. Johnson ,
Superior ; grand supreme representatives
Frank Whlto , Pl.ittsmouth ; George F. Mil-
bourn , Mindcu. and II. W. Cole , McCook.
The Omaha team gave an exemplification
of lloor work , followed by a similar exposi
tion by the ladies Degree of Honor team of
of Soutli Omahi. The grand lodge will com
plete its work at the morning session.
City lu IJrloli
J. D. Laucr , ono of the men indicted the
other day , appeared in court today and
pleaded not guilty to the indictment. The
recognizance of hitnsolf and D. G. Courtnay
was taken for ills appearance from day to
Petitions signed by the saloon keepers nnd
a number of business men asking that the
tinio of closing the saloons bo oxtonacd from
1U:30 : o'clock to midnight , have boon handed
in to the excise board. The matter will bo
considered at a meeting to bo held Saturday
afternoon , Mayor Weir is unalterably op
posed to extending the time , while ono com
missioner favors 11 o'clock and the ether
11 : HU o'clock.
J. H. O'Hrien and Patrick T. Shea , two
men living near D.ivoy , who were charged
by Tun ic Walton with having mortgaged
property that didn't belong to them , came in
today and settled the matter. It cost thorn
Helen M. Campbell asks for a divorce from
William P. C.impbell on the ground of
: ruelty and desertion. She was married
ust a year. Fannie Hammond was glvun a
divorce from her husband , Charles F. Ham-
nond , who is serving a lifo sentence In the
.H'li for criminally assaulting his own
daughter ; Alice Mc.Mastors secured a legal
untjing from Juntos McMasturs on the
VTTY ° J T J T
By l\\c \ labor and ingenuity of
Dr. Price , we have now before
us the sweetest , freshest and
most natural flavors. His
Delicious Vanilla Extract sur
passes in delicate flavor any
other flavoring extract , while
his Extracts of Lemon and
Orange are really as fresh and
agreeable in their flavor as
the true fruits from which
they are made. Any house
keeper who has once used
DR. PRICE'S DELICIOUS Fl/"ORS
in her cakes , puddings , or
creams , will never return t'.1
the use of any other.
L : s. i > Ki'os/roHv. OAIAI/.I. j
Surplus $ (35,000 (
C mcen and Irjctori Henry \V. Vatai , prill In
K. UCuiulnit. Tloa prjtlUm ; U S. lUjrioj , Y. /
Moru.Jolind. Lolllai J. M. iL latro ! < ; l.jfU I
THE IRON BAWK.
prouncis of nonsupiiJrtf and dosortlon , nnd
Torcsa L. Fox got opft from Tlinottiy for Uo
The jury In the cnh"df the state ngalnst
Cyrus J. Kelsey roturnoil a vonllci llil
morning of not guilty < , Ho was charged with
Incest. . . . . .
WAHOO , Nob. , Ma.y O , [ Sinxilnl
to THE BEE. ] The Ponija bank failure and
the panicky condition p ( the money market
has had its effects hero. Hon. O. AV. E.
Dorscy of Fremont and II. H. Dorsoy of this
city , president of tha'8Rtindcrs County Na
tional bank , sought to protect friends and
the failure of the befriended persons to meet
their obligations has caused them hoary
losses and lias resulted lu thulr transferring
most of their propo-ty in Snunders county to
the Saunders County National bank for the
protection of the bank nnd their creditors.
Tlio bank Is amply secured and the honora
ble action of the Uorso.vs is com
mended by all Dusinosi man. H. II. Dorsoy
lias resigned as president of thb bank and
Frank Homlcl was today elected to succeed
him. The bank is in good condition nnd no
run was made nor any anxiety of depositors
manifested. The other banks have tendered
any assistance tho'bank may need. There Is
tonight $05,000 in currency reposing tu the
batik's vaults , which is more than twlco the
reserve required by law and us much more
can bo had tomorrow if needed.
Prptnnnt News Nnton.
FIIEMONT , Nob. , May 10. [ Special to THE
HUB. ) Frank II.Canuck of Oakdalo and
Miss Louise Torpln wcro married last even
ing at the residence of the bride's parents in
The rcniali's of E. D. 1'ettlbonc , who died
in Clinton , la. , were brought to this city
yesterday afternoon nnd buried by the Ma
William Fried , mayor , cltv councllmen.
nio.nbcrs of the Hoard of Public Works and
the city engineer inndu nn otllcial inspection
of the sewerage system yesterday afternoon
which proved to be entirely satisfactory ,
nnd tlio tialanco of J,700duo the conrractors
will bo paid. Tlio city of Fremont now has
ono of the best sewerage systems in the
Two Fiitiil Accident * .
KKAIIXCT , Nob. , May 10. [ Special Tele-
pram to TUB BEE. | Tlio infant son of
.lacob Sltz , who swallowed concentrated lye
last August , died from its effects last night.
Its throat was eaten away and nourishment
had been received through n tube inserted
into tlio stomach for some tlmo.
A young son of .loseph Lewin , the head
weaver at the cotton mill , was thrown from
n horse this morning and dragged nearly n
mllo. Ho was dead when the horse was
stopped and nearly every bono in his body
broken. His head , back and legs presented
a horrible sight. The accident occurred
within sight of the housu and lib mother was
lliiiitliicton'itVntiir Work * .
HrxTixoTox. Neb. , May 10- [ Special to
THE UEI : . ] Work was commenced yesterday
on the Iluntington water works. Fairbanks
& Morse of Cliicaeo have the contract , and
M. A. Paulson , the foreman , is rushing tlio
work at a rapid rato. The water works will
cost ever $10,000.
That AVER'S Sarsaparilla CUUKS
OTHERS of Scrofulous Diseases ,
Eruptions , Boils , Eczema , Liver and
Kidney Diseases , Dyspepsia , Rheu
matism , and Catarrh should be con
vincing that the same course of
treatment wnr. criiE YOU. All
that has been said of the wonderful
cures effected by the use of
during the past 50 years , truthfully
applies to-day. It is , in every sense ,
Tlio Superior Medicine. Its cura
tive properties , strength , effect , and
flavor are always tlio same ; and for
whatever blood diseases AVER'S
Sursapnrilln is taken , they yield to
this treatment. When you ask for
don't be induced to purchase any of
the worthless substitutes , which are
mostly mixtures of the cheapest in
gredients , contain no sarsaparilla ,
have no uniform standard of ap
pearance , flavor , or effect , are blood-
purifiers in name only , and are of
fered to you because there is more
profit in selling them. Take
Prepared by Dr. I. 0. AycrfcC'o. , Lmvell , Mn ,
Bold by all Drugijists , 1'iu-o $ 1 , six bottlim , $5.
Cures others uvill cure you
OUR EMPLOYMENT DEP'f
wlillo costing the employer and omp'oyaa
nothliv. . li is on ilod ! us to uilvanuo tlio Inter
ests of both , anil also our own , uysouunn :
better results wltliUi-i inaclrnu.
Wyckoff , Seaman & Benadicl
_ TKI.B1M1ON'KJ73I _ 17IJ FA US AM 91\
TO WORLD'S FAIR VISITORS"
Ear pe.ia Hotel , offm ( iiiut and convenient quarters ,
> t moJcrate pritei. All World's Fair Lines within
two blcKlci 15 m.mitrsto cither Kxp sitionfirbusineu
center , for five cent fara. Newly and handsomcl/
furnished and decorated. J''Jcvaior , Electric lights.
Su'tsnf rooms for f.imilie < .J High CUs Restaurant
Kates , i.50 to $2.50 per day. Address ,
THE GLEffAR/A HOTEL CO.
H. E. Cor. Indiana Ave. tc. 22d St. Chicago , 111.
Reler to A. F. Srclieruer. Treas. , World's Colum
bi.in F.\ | > .iti > n . < nd 1'rct. , Market National Uaok.
Omaha's Newest Hotel
( OR. 12TH ANHQ VAm Jf J.
, ( nonius itt I..M per ilv.
It I corns nt t-I.OJ par i.ir.
ICItrumt with Hath at K' ' ) > pirlir
10 lluouu with llalb nttl-i ) ta ll.ipir lir
Modern lu UTITV Ituiimrt.
Newly furiiliilifiil Tlirun lioii-
C. S. ERQ. Prou.
The Midland Hole !
Cor. Mill It tuitl ClilciiifO Sf n.
Opposite Jefferson Square
1'irst ula.s * in ovcry roipoot. llnllmnj utu
furniture unllrelr now
Ainorlc.in pluu , JJ uf > per ilav.
Luropoaii plnn , 1I.UJ ucrtlay.
tjicclulr.ituj by thu neck.
M. J. FRANCK , Projx
Tim Anthorltlnii of thn Itonril of llrmlth
GlvrSome Important Infnrmntloii About
the 1'reRont Comlltlnn ol thn I'ropU.
At no tlmo In the history of New York Olty
hnvo tboro benn to mnny dontlii from pnou-
monlrx ni now. ThoofllclM flcurci show thut
Hourly twice M many doatln from thli cnusa
nro occurring tnnn for tbe last flvo yo&rt.
This U something terrible.
Dr. John T. Nnclo , IlouUtrnr of Vital Statis
tics , fnysthrxt this Increase Is duo to the Influ
ence ot grip , llo says tnat Rrip nmr be called
onlilomlo just now , and that In the majority
of cases grip la n vlttil. contributing cnuso to
pneumonia ntul all dansuroiM pulmonary
troubles. At this tlmo of the vonr , wlion wo
arochiiiKlnit ever from winter tnsprlng.thore
Is always u low onlur of vitality i a reaction
from the strains of the sonson. The lilood does
not How so dill or rapidly ; tliPfttrcncth nloin ,
1'or this reason crip UHH a much butter chance
thiiu H ( any other soaion.
This In a tlmo of year when people need to
bo onrof ul and too much Importance cunnot
bo placed upon keeping the blood warm and
In circulation. You must lirliu about a reac
tion If you wish to avoid the pnln and dancers
ot those troubles In tlmo. There In hut one
way by which a reaction can bo brouKlit
nhout and that ( s by the use of n pure stimu
lant , preferably whisker. Hut the creat dif
ficulty Is that there arc few whiskies which
iiropuro The only really pure and reliable
whiskey known to the medical profession or
the world Is Duffy's 1'uro Malt. It DOSSOSSOI
qualities known only to Itiolf. ttwtll hrln ?
nbont a reaction and prevent cold , pneumonia
ortho crip whnro many so-calloi' Btimuliints
would fall. It has mivril more lives mid re
lieved more sulTorln ; than anything of n simi
lar nntuio which win over known before to
I > lt. V. I , . sr.AIM.KS < ' .in < iltlnj Sur.-eon ,
Or.vJutito of Ktisli Mo ileil I'olloKO. KO.N-
M'l.T.i'i ION I''KII ' ; : Tor the treatment of
\Vo euro Catarrh , AH DlHonxos of tlio
Nose , Throat , Chest , Stomach , Bowels
Blood , Shin nnd Kliliioy Diseases ,
Fomnlo "Weaknesses. Lost Manhood
1MI.KS. FISTULA , ri SL'HK | iorninnontly cured
without tlia u o of n knlfo. Uuiituru or raiutlo.
All m.ilndli'ft of n prlvntu ur Jcllc.itu until ro , of
either DJC. poiitlvoly rurinl.
Cnll 011 or utMraan , ttlth stamp forClrcalnrs , Kroo
Hook nnd Iti'dpcs ,
fir K- ' 118 sI3tl1 st-
" 1. a j , OMAU.V , NKII.
Noit dourto 1'iistoHlco
A GALA WEEK OF MUSIC
EXPOSITION MUSIC HALL , OMAHA.
MAY 15 ,
JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA
* 50 Members.
MMK. FUU911 MADT
MMK. VAN CAUTKUBN i . .
MISS M1NNIK IIKIINNi : , Contralto
Mk. A. I. . GUllA.K , Tonor.
AilS. WILUAM MKUTl-.MS , Ilurltone
SIO. VIVIANI , Itnsso , ami
Mlsti LbUNOKA VON hlOSOII ,
WALTEll DAMROSCII , Conductor.
n. > Members.
MME. SOFIA SOM.rili. Contralto.
MH. ADOI.Illl HKUDSIvV. V nllnlst.
Mil. ANTON IIKKKIMJ. Vlolo'icolllst.
MISri L1LMAN lILAl'Vl.I/r. Sojirana
APOLLO CLUB FESTIVAL CHORUS
HosorviHl "inats now on sulo at 1'onl ACharl-
toir , l.'iiii DoilRoslrcct
lf > c , 2bo , : Jf > o. 50o , 7.rio
ano ivouk roiniuunclni : mttini : > o Sunday , tlio emi
nent ncttir ,
MH. I'UAXK 7./.V/JO.V
In lilt prcat : iiiin < 'riiu cu.
THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO.
Frlilnjr nlxlit liy poclal roquuat , "DAMON ANU
Wcdnojdajr mntlnpp nny coat In tlio honro , 2io.
AND BiJOU THEATER
AM. TIIIH WIJKK
Till ! IIKAL'TIM I. MKI.ODHAMA
And the AUSTRALIAN OUSHMKN.
.MATINICIIS 1IAII.Y. IlKDUCKI ) I'lliniCd.
Altit'iioud * T Hll pnrti * of the houflo. yu ctiutB.
' ' eenti. . 2j cents.
KvenlnuN-- ' ' ' " ? , pitrriuot.
Teeth oxtrnptcfl In
> icw onui ln > r ( il t > rt > r eon
gnnifl day. I'crit'ct ill uuar
IGthniidTariinm Strooti ,
Klovutur un Utl > ot. 'j'olop'mno .us <
UU1NU THId WITH YOU
STRENGTH , VITALITY , MANHOOD
W. II. \niCKI ( , W. D. , No. .1 IlulOnrli ot. ,
lli T"r ; , M.-t's. ittttf rantultiti'J phyiutan at I/if
v.a Bwa.-ili J tilt O"U > TIF.IIAI. by Ih. ' N'ATI > NAt
iKinrjii. AsiouitoNfo , the I'll 17.1 : ! ' HA Von
! 'ihrinit l VltaiUy , Atror Sy , AVrroiuniid l'l < y > n al
ftktllly , auil ail lUira .at and HViiini t of J/f ,
, , iff rt the young , the tit'ldtf-ayrd nntl oiti.
JllHrN < onmltmtlon , n JUIHIHI < .r ly inter.
'JUI1L.U I'roofrtiiB with tmtimonlahi , MICH
. .nr o honk , HD | SSCE OK J.Il'I ! . OU fiKI.F-
I'UKSKKVATION. SCO pp. . 1J * Inraluabl- pro
Tnnlor ' , full ir.ll.oniv21.uO hi' mail , lualeu
-Ainl Ml the train ol
KVII.H. WKAK.NKS.iKi. ( iKHlMTV. KTC. , liml ao
C3Jip iiT Ihotu In UIBII yi ll'KI.V nn'l I'KUMA-
NKNTI.Y ITllKI ) . Full HTIIKNO I'll nil tune
KlTen tooverr pnriaMlitt bu.lj 1 witl n 1 to
curelr purkmli KKHK lo nnjT4UlTiirar tae pruiorlu-
HOD that cured mo of ihotu iruublut AUaruti , u
A lilt ADI. KlUTT1.lt LUKKK. MlCU.
SAECIAI. SAI.K OF <
This week wo will sell titon's
grny Xtltt KHIIll llt tlklllUlU i
coats , handsome nlixlil HnCEJ 2 f \ / * " " \
IIIBS , f > 2 Inches lonp ntul > T ) QJ . \ JJ
"G-lnch capo , for
casslmoro nil wool sur
face , pin Id linings , ( till
lonilh body nnd capo , slr.es
t0 ! to 40. IMeo
Blue tricot , nil wool nntl
guaranteed , nobby , plnlil
llntiiK , with IM-inoU > ntll- '
Itnry cnpo , usually sold for
Sill00 , nt
Onr cololirntod blnclc pnra-
inoltii , the best iirinont
nn the nmrUot , will bo sold $9.76
tills wct-k nt
'Continciitarciothing House "M ° °
, M\ \ , n Slroou ,
DON T DELAY UNTIL LAST MINUTE
Trousers to order , $5 to $12.
Suits to order , $20 to $50.
Overcoats to order , $20 to $50.
So. I5th. So.'ISth.
NEW WHOLESALE MILLINERY ROOM ,
Second Floor , 1514 Douglas .St. ,
WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY
With an entire ne\v line of Choice
MilHnurv , and will he retailed
AT WHOLESALE PRICES AND LESS.
Imported Leghorn hats ,
white and black , 350 , worth
from 750 to $1.25.
Sailor hats , 170 , worth 500
to 750 ; all colors.
A large and elegant lineof
neat and pretty trimmed hats ,
from 75c"to $4.87 , worth twice
Beautiful flowers , all prices.
Violets , 90 a bunch. Other
houses get 25c to 350 for same
Conic and see our wonderful liar-
Kain Room , 2nd Flour , 1511 Doug
( nidi ) ofvurk itt
FENE3T G&BINETS $3 DOEN.
Comparison wltli lilKh
I Is nnsiirpassed In thu treat-
' incut of nil
Chronic , Prlvtito mill
\Vrltu in ur eiintiill p uniiallr.
TIC i\TMKNT : IIV MAIL.
\diirii 8 witn tntnp ( ur pur-
.Jticulnrn. which will bo ont In
Itlnln inrolupe. i > .o. iiuz UJi aaicu us s. uth-m. .
t'tiinha ' Nob.
j > AND HOW TO A1TA1N IT.
A miitlrnl work Hint tell * the rim c > , ilf crll < r
ihurfTrvt * , politt.sihorruioily bclcntincolly ttir
nii .t vuluitulc , arilitically thu moil l/enntlfiil
nii'ilu-al ( Kiolc ev r publlthpil , 1C imers , cvrry
iam' bearing ahalf i > 'no llluktrutlmi In tlnu ,
KuuJt-cUireoli" ! Nurvuu. Dcblllt ) , Iim.oK'ni'y.V
Sterility , Umelopnieiit , VarUo 'li > , The llu. . >
binit.TliinoIiiteiiilliiK Mnrrlriff oln. c
I'.irrv nmiur/.o wrulil know Ihe Qrantl Tnitlit.
Iht 1'iain t'lirlt. Hie ftlil Nrcnti nnd Ktie l >
fintrtfjiof .Vnffail 'rtenet in HIi > llvil lu .V.l'
" ( til Hit , telin inniM nlonr fin ] nut follirt
it IK I ( iiwuirulitrf tnlfnllt , ihmld ttrtle fur ( Ml
It will Iw nt fri'f. umleriral. while the nil
lion la t htntii IIKP , ami If married ur Bluglu.
AddroMlhe publl iu'r > .
ERIE MEDICAL CO. , Buffalo , H. Y.
Can be supported and rendered
loss painful by using a
SILK ELASTIC ANKUiT
Wrlto us fop mensuromont
Sliei'in ' (6 (
Dealers in Physicians and Hos
5(3 ( Dodge St. , Omaha , Neb.
Just In Our Impotatloit of
Uicluslvo Styloi la
Paxton Hotel nulldlns-
Treats nil kinds of ill-
C < : I LM , Inlnrnul nnil on-
Uirnul. ( iiiurnnico < < In
nvcry cuso. Money ro-
funtltol In all niu ; wliuro
imtient H < ! SsiliHlJol. :
No rnaulnr fee cliar ci
1'utluutH ] iiv : whiitovur
tiiiiount tnoy oan niroril
for trcjiitinunt ,
BOCTOB , I.BO
IGth nml Ciivltol Avoiiuo ,
Crounso lllock , HODIIIB 0 , 7 and 8 , Omulm.
Do you vnltio your eye if'ht ? If BO ,
call and consult I'rof.Ilii'aohberjj.tho ro-
novvnoil Now York and bt. l onla Kyo
l-.xport , has cnnsontod to nyiviii visit
Uinnhn. May ilto Ii7 , and hnvo your
oycs littod with a | wtr of his celebrated
Solo ARonts for Omalia.
Tlio minimi inoollnu of HtorUlinldori of till )
I'lfiiiiint , iiUliuiii : .V Missouri Vulli'V itutlroiiii
i-uiiiiuiiy | will Inlit'lil nt HIM oIlliMof tincoin -
tinny In Oniiiliu , Nob. , on l'iHIiy. : Muy l' > , HJt : ,
' ' . . iiliH.Mloii cif iliri-rton
HI 'J ii'clm-k p. in. , fur tlio
anil fur triiiiHartlnii of aiii'h othur Imslnos- *
ui nmy fuiiiu liufuir tinnii'utlii ) ; .
J U ItKuriEuu , Kuerotiirv-
Dau-d May 1. Jbu3. MUUl
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