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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1897)
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It's More Than Easy
To sell when you have the right goods to sell
Put thought and judgment into you're buying- and then it
is more than easy to buy. Value and price go hand in hand
at our store
boys in grayer
or white with
sizes 4 t 10
/loguhir price GOc. Roducud price 25o.
Boys' Good quality Merri-
Shirt mac print waists , sizes
Waists 4 to 14 years at 250
Bust quality Percale Waists , In nil
newest styles ami patterns , "very nqat , "
elx.ea , 4 to 1-1 T > 0c each.
Itrown nll-llnen Waists at $1.00 each.
Thcso are the neatest and best wearing
ruffle , lace
ery trimmed - _
mod , ono or two rows oC Inserting
At J1.48. J1.9S , 2.25. 2.50r ? 3.G9 , J4.00 , SI.25.
Scotch Light weight flannels
Flannels ior shirts , non-shrink
ing , fast colored goods
At ISc. 23c , 30o ana 40o per yard.
Hosiery Ladies' Fast Black
Specials Hose , full regular
made , with Mnco split sole , In drop
etltch or plain only S7 c per pair , re
duced from DOc.
guaranteed torn and Ironed by hand
At 50c and COc per sheet , and ) hem
stitched or > c per sheet :
floods' made Pillow Cases 15x20 , plain and
hemstitched. J5c apiece.
Art Dept Bulgarian Linen
Table Covers , liemstltclie.fl and scalloped
30x30. 40x10 , 45x45 Inches , -square At $1.00 ,
? Jl.23. gl.So and J20each. .
Ke\v ohades In the Bulgarian Yarns At 'Co
Underwear A nice line"of
Ladles' Cream Silk Vests , lace trlm-
jncd , low neck and sleeveless at 50c
and $1.00. Also , odd sizes In Ladles'
Bilk Vests , low neck and sleeveless , In
cream , white , or black , at $1.00 , reduced
frpm $1.50 and S2.00.
Initial We have a
Handkerchiefs broken line of
Ladles' runl Gents' Linen Initial Hand
kerchiefs good vnhie nt 25c ench re
duced to 15c each to close.
Gloves Something1 new in
Chamols-Gloves , two-clasp , light weight ,
wlth sjlklfovirc'hctts , nice nnd cool for
BntiuncrMiu white and iiaturnl color ;
gunriuitccd. < to wash L'rlcc ? 1.00 per
pnlr.dtyAlso a broken line of 8-Inch
MontKinciiUrc , In white , for 75J per pair ,
reduced * fr6m ? 1.00.
Embroideries Swiss , Nainsook
nnd Hamburg , nil-over embroideries ,
'I'ucklngs , Yoklngs , Insortlngs , Headings ;
fine narrow edges for children's clothes
> vlth insortlngs nnd nil-over embroider
ies to match. Linen Embroideries , hand
some open work Swiss Embroideries
with Insortlngs , for while dresses In
fact , everything found in n first-class
Notions Reversible Belts
These belts being made of two pieces
of leather of different colors and having
both sides finished , cmi by changing the
buckle , bo worn either side out. We
have them In the following colors :
Hlnck nnd red ,
Black nud green ,
Black nnd brown ,
Black and tan-ana thc\y \ arc only DOc
each.We nlso have in a new line of Ladles'
n-Plece Shirt Waist Sets , in pearl , large
sizes prices 25c to $1.00.
Linen We show today an
Crash entire new line of
Skirts Summer Skirts , in
Cotton Covert Cloth , Grass Cloth and
fancy weaves. Our Dress Skirts are
properly made Prices 51.50 and $1.05.
are just the
thing for eve
ning wear and
47-Inch Opera. Batlste-EOc , COc and CT c.
32-Inch Persian I awns 3jC , 4Bo and toe.
fiS-lnch French Organulcs-4DC , We , COc , 75c
d3-Inchnplaln black French Organdie DOc.
Fibre . . . We wish to make
Chamoise mention of this
'well known lining , being'G-f inches wide
and 85c puryard , makes it nu Inexpen
sive stiffening for skirts , is not nffectet
by moisture , and has given spleudit
learned that on Investigation was lo be
inado by the church he depnrled hastily ,
leaving his household goods.
STU1KKS AOJ TUB , VOOLI.VGi
Amendment ProixiHtMl io III ! TaeUeil
Onto the Tiirllf Mcnxtire.
WASHINGTON , May 26. Senator Cliand-
lor has prepared the following amendment to
the tariff bill , which ho 'proposes ' to add to
the anti-trust amendment proposed by Sena
tor ; .Peltlgron yeslcrday.
The acl to protect trade nnd commerce
HKnlnst unlawful restraints nnd monopolies
approved July 2. 1830 , shall apply to all com-
nanlos. corporations nnd persons engaged ns
common carriers in the business of trans
porting persona or propqrty nnd nil the pen
alties Imppued and methods ot restraint pro
vided liv fluid act shall take effect und.be In
rorco. airalndt such Companies , corporations
nnd POIBOIIH ; and > any contract between any
two or more of them for the fixingof rates
of transportation by the order or on recom
mendation of representatives designated on
behalf of the , vurlous partleti to such con
tract. or by the order or on the recpminenda-
tloji of a majority of such representatives or
tor the maintenance of the rates of trans
portation once fixed ; or for the enforcement
of anv such contract by fines or penalties ,
Imposed upon any of the parties thereto ,
Bhnll constitute nn offense under said act of
Mr. Chandler eayn If the pooling 1I11 now
pending In Ihe commltleo on interstate com
merce la reported and put In a position
where It may lie passed through al a session
Intended for tariff legislation only , especially
when the houao refuses to do any other bnsl-
nws , Ihcn Iho amendment offered by Senator
Petllgrew nnd Iho above amendment offered
by himself , will ho , placed on Iho tariff bill
by the votes of democrats , pcpulltils , silver
republicans and other republicans , and re
tained aa a part of the bill. The Intention
ot the amendment In to prevent a pool
ing bill or nullify any action that may be
taken towatd pawing a pooHng .bill ,
Tolmeoo Men Oliject.
WASHINGTON , May sa. Jlepreseiltallves
of practically all the tobacco manufacturer * !
In the United States with tljo exception of
the cigar manufacturers met hero to protest
against the proposed advance ot 2 cents a
pound in the lax on tobacco contemplated in
the senate amendments to the tariff bill.
There were present and represented about
160 manufacturers. General B. McAlpIn o (
New York was chosen president , nnd T. E.
Allen , secretary. Resolutions were unani
mously adopted , < whlch 'briefly ' cite- the In
jury Inflicted on the trade by the frequent
changra In tbo tax rates and protest against
the adoption of the senate amendment.
N WM for the
WASHINGTON , May 20. ( Special Tole-
Eram.-JFirat ) Lieutenant Victor Brldgeman ,
Second artillery , has been ordered to Evans-
vlllo , Ind. , on recrulllng duly , relieving
First LleUtenaut George P. Landers.
Second Lieutenants Joseph Frasler. Nine
teenth Infantry , Louie C , Scherer , Fifth cav-
And -why not a pie-pusher
as w6ll as a coffee-pusher ? It's
far more necessary. Do you
suffer with dyspepsia ? Ayer'a
Cathartic Pills will cure you.
PILL AFTER PIE.
> o - vx j * * * * * *
airy , anU George" ? . White. Third cavalry
have been ordered to Kort Leavenworth. to
examination for promotion.
Only Hnlf of Auiiroprlntlon U cil.
WASHINGTON , May iC. So well has th
distribution of the relief to tbo flood sutler
ers In tlio Mississippi and tied river valley
been administered that ot the total appro
prlatlon of $200,000 about one-half now re
malus unexpended , although the field ha
been fully covered. Secretary Alger al
tributes this economy to the excellent wor
of the officers of the department , who gav
their personal attention to the relief work
At 'present most of .tUo relict stations ar
closed , the laborers ore returning to th
fields' and all the relict > ork Is confined' t
a. small portion of Louisiana.
i , * t
Charter Steaiiier io Curry Grain'
\VASHINGTpN , ! * Iay 26. The secretary , o
the naVy hps accepted the offer of th
owners of the American steamship , , Clty o
Everett , no'v nt San Francisco , to charto
that vessel to the "government for th
transportation of grain from California t
Bombay for tlio famine -sufferers In Indl
at ? 40,000.
Crcrr of the Seliooucr
WASHINGTON , May 20. The secretary o
the treasury has received a tolcgram fron
Captain Phillips of the revenue cutter Perry
from Kltchlka , . Alaska , stating , that h
had discovered the derelict schooner Genera
Slglln , ten miles west of Graham Island
No survivors or bodies were found.
P nry Gets a Klvc-Ycnr Leave.
WASHINGTON , May 26. Civil Unglnee
II. B. Peary bis bcpn detached from duty a
the New York , navy yards and granted flv
years' Icavo of absence. This action ha
been taken by Secretary Long to enable th
engineer to prosecute bis Arctic oxploradous
Dally TrcuHitry Statement.
WASHINGTON , May 26. Today's state
jneut of tljo condition ot the treasury shows
Avallablo cash balance , f 230,264)993 ) ( " gel
reserve , $114,004,082 ,
NKW YOHK , May 28. The Indications ar
that the backbone of the bis Htrlke of th
garment makers Is broken. Over thirty o
the 100 contiactorn affected by the strlk
entered Into peace negotiations today wit
the United Brotherhood of Tailors throue
the settlement committee. These contrac
tors employ ploro than , 3,003 operatives , nil o
whom will resume work tomorrow nnd th
number of etrlkera will then bo reduced t
about 22,000 , .
I I ' I * - ,
NEW .yOItK , May 20.-Frede'rJck Do L
Tour llooth-Tuqker , commander of the Sa
vatloi ) army in the United States , was today
convicted of maintaining a disorderly house
nt the big army barracks In West Four
teenth street. Sentence wns postponed until
June 8 nnd the commander waa liberated on
tha aamo ball he has been under.
1'lro Ileennl for n Day.
CHRISTIANA , Norway , Hay 2fl. The
town of Lcvanger , twenty-four miles north
east of fTrondhJem of the Trondhjem fiord ,
has been almost completely destroyed by
lire. Tlio conflagration swept away four-
llfths of the buildings and is still raging.
5Iovein < * iitn of OCIMIII VcNNclH , Silly SO.
At Baltimore Arrival Dresden , from
At Southampton Arrived Paris , from
New York. Balled-Havel , for New York ,
At Glasgow Arrived Furnessla , from
At Queenstown Arrived Ithynland , from
Philadelphia. Balled-Servla , for New York.
At Liverpool Arrived Teutonic , from
New York ,
At Slbples-Salled-Alsotla , for New York.
At Now York Arrived Majestic , from
Liverpool. Sailed St. Paul , for Southamp
ton ; Britannic , for Liverpool ; Kensington ,
At Hottwlara Sailed Yoendam , for New
) ATES FOR EXAMINATION
tate Superintendent Set * the Time for
Teachers to Appear ,
HANCETOGET HIGH GRADE CERTIFICATES
Jpnortmtlty to Secure the 1'rofcn-
Nliiiuil ami Lite rbriiilnnlniiM io
Tench AVI11 lie Oftc-ml All Who
Wish Next Month.
LINCOLN , May 26. ( Special. ) Tlio stale
npcrlntemlcnt has designated Juno 9 and 10
as the dates for holding examinations for
rofcsslonal state and llfo certificates. The
xamlnatlons will bo hold at the ofllco of the
tflto superintendent In Lincoln , at the olllco
f the county superintendent at North Platte
, nd at the iHlgh school buildings In Otnaha ,
'rcmoiit , Hastings , Norfolk and Qrancl Is-
nml. On the 9th examinations will bo taken
n geology , chemistry , physical geography
and English literature , Iho" work to begin n't
a. ra. On the 10th , commencing at 8:30 : ,
will bo give : , trigonometry , zoology , rhetoric ,
ncllecluni | philosophy and general history
During the last two years thirty-eight sue-
oesfully passed these examinations , and
orty-sovcn were granted ccrtlflcatca on
Iplomns , making a total ot eighty-five.
Two requisitions wore received by the gov-
irnor today , ono from the governor of Iowa ,
asking for the return ot George N. Long-
el low , vho la wanted In Story county for
robbing a building In the night time , the
crlmo having been committed May 2. The
fansas authorities ask for E. C. Delvlllo ,
who committed grand larceny at Wellington ,
and escaped to this state. Ho Is how in jail
n Casa county.
The state superintendent rpturned .today
rom Peru , where ho had been attending a
neetlng of the Board of Education of the
State Normal school. He goes tomorrow to
\lrna , and will also visit Oxford and Or-
eans this wcefc.
-Tho copy for the now volume of session
awa Is now completed , but there Is no prob
ability that tha book can bo Issued within
ho time required by Uw for It to bo done.
The compilers believe that the printing can
not bo completed before July 0 , the time
when a number of the new laws go Into ef-
cct. The constitution provides that the laws
shall bo printed In book form within sixty
daya after the adjournment of the leclsla-
George Holllnger , a Ninth street barber ,
was arrested this afternoon for shooting at
Oeorge Bolts with Intent to kill. During the
lay they had a fight over some beer nnU later
Holllnger shot.at Bolts through a window.
Both are colored.
The base ball game between the state
house employes and the postofllco clerks last
evening resulted In a score of 24 to 11 In
favor of the pojtofflce.
The students of the conservatory of music
connected with the Lincoln Normal univer
sity will give a recital at the college chapel
The "sopohmorcs" of the High school will
give a basket picnic at Lincoln , park tomor
Evangelist Sunday preached a sermon on
dancing , card playing and other amuscmenls
tonight. The large tent , at Twenty-seventh
and O streets Is being crowded every night
to hear him.
Appomattox post , Grand Army of the Re
public. ' , held an open meeting last night for
th'e purpose of discussing the Cuban situa
tion. C. H. Gero was the principal speaker.
Remarks were also made by Captnlm C. M.
Parker , Colonel L. C. Pace , General Barry
0. D. Parker , Joe Burns and J. P. JSaylor
The women served refreshments at the close
of the speaking.
Omaha people at the hotels : At the' Lin-
dell W. E. Hitchcock , Irvine Spenbery ,
George E. Tu'rknKton ( and.yylfc.1Atthe Lln-
coln-pE. D Stacy. It. W."Council , < .H. H.
Delfoll , C. C."Hughea , George. Bldwejl } John
B. Uelth ano W. ft. Stevens.
NKIIIIASK.V HOMEOPATHIC SOCIETY
Annual Meeting ; of the Followers o
Ilaliiiemunii nt Lincoln.
LINCOLN , May 26. ( Special Telegram. )
The Nebraska Homeopathic Medical society
Is In session here. There Is an attendanc
of about sixty .from . over the state. Th
afternoon and evening were spent in listen
Ing to papers and discussion. The paper
so far read were in. the bureau of materla
medlca and the bureau of mental and iiefvou
diseases. In the former were the following
"Apis , " Sarah Smith. M. D. , Council Bluffs
"Selected , " P. J. Montgomery , M , D. , . Coun
ell Bluffs ; "Graphites , " Freda M. Lankton
M. D. , Omaha ; I'Pulaatlllai" C. G. Spraguc
M. D. , Omaha. Under the head of menta
and nervous diseases : "Some Reflexes , " Le
nero Perkey , M. D. , Lincoln ; "Menta
Processes , " A. H. Dorrls , 'M. D. . Lincoln
"Insanity and Epilepsy , " T. J. Merryman
M. D. , Lincoln ; "Selected , " M. H. Blystono
M. D. , Broken Bow ;
At the close of the meeting tonight a.
banquet waa held at the Lincoln hotel. Th
session continues over tomorrow , and th
election of officers will occur In the after
noon. Omaha physicians In attendance are
Proda M. Lankton , U. W. Conncll , J. E
Mann , P. P. Teal. W. H. Hanchett , D. A
Foote , 0. S. Wood and C. J. Spraguo. . Th
paper by Dr. Sprague tonight elicited a vet
of thanks from the society * , < .
JJUILl ) IlllICK , , AND SiTOXE STORKS
To A vil ol T.oiilxy.lle Shown Conftldcr
able- Activity ,
LOUISVILLE , > Teb. , May 20. ( Special , )
Louisville Isenjoying a small building boom
at present. < Slnco early in the year P. A
Jacobson'hna been nt1 wortc on a new stone
and brick store building which will bo the
finesf. store room in , town. Today Mr , T. E
Parmoleo began work on a stone building on
Main street. If adjoining lots had been for
sale Mr. Parmeleo would have erected a
double building. ,
The stone quarries across the Platte a
this place are working a largo number 'o
men and employment can bo found for every
man in town.
SELL lUCI'UlitviCAlV 'VALT.EY 1IOND8
Tolcilo Finn TnKcs Them nt 1'nr , wltl
Small I'rrinluni Added.
DAVID CITY , Neb. , May ,2G. ( Special. )
At a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors
visors.to receive and consider bids for th
refunding ot tha Omaha & Republican Valley
railroad 10 per cent bonds lesued In 1877 , tb
bonds of Butler county to the amount o
| S9,000 , bearing 6 per cent eeml-annual In
tercet , to run fifteen : years with no option
wore eold to Snltzor. & Co. of Toledo , 0.
at par p'us $510 premium , bonds and In
tnrest payable at the state fiscal agency In
1/OTvent Dlililur but One.
PERU , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. ) The low-
cat bidder Cor theterc.tlon of the pew dor ml
tory at the State Normal school was Steven
of Lincoln , at the price of $16,156 , Hayes
of Peru , to whom the contract was lot , blc
$16,400 , and Ttlcnra of Peru bid 1100 higher
The highest bid'-was eenfln by an Auburn
firm and was $31,000. There were many
bidders and the bids were in all shapes , eorao
bidding- building above foundation am
some on entire build Itig. Some bids con
tained heating and lighting apparatus.
Vnluuhle HOKH Arc * J'olsoiied.
COLUMBUS. NPb. , May 20. ( Special. )
O. B. Bpelce , Charles Jones and J. D. Rey
noida each lost a valuable bird dog Saturday
morning by poison. One dog brought homo
a bone and fell over while gnanlng It. The
symptoms showed that strychnine had been
used , The dogs were all good blooded aui
mals , the curs escaping. There Is an ordl
nance against throwing out poisoned bait ,
Operate u Kiirm ( or Stolen Horses.
FREMONT , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. )
The sentence ot Yarrlngton to the pcntten
'tUry for live yearn will probably act as a
check to horse stealing In this part of the
state. It Is said he la one of a gang
operating in this section , having head
quarters at a place knuwn as the Wortman
ranch , near Sioux City. Their method o
operations was to take horses from Boonc
'latte , Colfar-i mill Dodge counties and
ring them tJoiWlranch , where they would
o disposed ofT Tarrlngton Is thought to
ave had a hand In the disappearance of a
oed many horses.
n o * ' THIS TAX.
ourt Cnllnl On to Decide Whether
It IM OccnpnilAh or l.lccmtr.
TEKAMAHjuflpft , May 26. ( Speclal.- )
'udgo ' Pawcct't came up from Omaha yestcr-
lay afternoon and sitting In chambers heard
.rgumcnts In A pTqjfludaimiB case against the
mayor and cl .c k , Brought by F. X , Bon-
neau , to compel lj\cm to Issue him an oc-
upatlon tax rWJ tRt as > provlned for by city
rillnance. It Is contended by the city at-
orucy that the ordinance Is ft license ordi
nance and as such makes It discretionary
wllh the city council whether or not It Issue
such licences. The attorneys contend that
ho ordinance Is merely an occupation tax
irdlnancc. JuJgaPawccU reserved his opln-
on for further Investigation of the case ,
) Ut ho gave a brief summing up7 of his opln-
ona as formulated nt thU tlfne. Ho said
ha If tho'ordinance'was a license ordinance
v mandamus would not Ho against the city
council ; It the ordinance was nn occupation
tax ordinance Bonnoau would need no re
ceipt tor the lax paid , 'but could open , busl-
iic s at any time ana BO tbon tw ho com *
ncnced business he would bo liable to the
city for the tax. In this latter case no ninn
daraua vould bo necessary. If Judge Paw-
cctt decides that the ordinance Is a license
ordinance It will necessitate the turning1 over
to the school' district , by the city , ot a largo
sum of money which has heretofore been
collected under Uho ordinance and turned
Into the city general fund. Under this or-
dlnanco a tax of $600 Is also levied against
saloons and lised for city purposes. It this
is to bo treated as a Hccnso It , together with
the billiard hall licenses , will have to go to
the school fund , as Is provided for by the
FATHER OP A FAMILY GOES INSANE.
Ulftcnnc Due tonn Injury to the Spine
a , Vonr or More AKO.
ARCADIA , Neb. , May 20. ( Special. ) Tom
Cheney , who canxe hero from Colorado laat
'all , has gene Insane. Ho has a wife and
: hreo children , "and all winter Ihey have lived
In a miserable house .having only ono small
room. He had llltlo work and the family
! iad few of the comforts of llfq. This spring ,
however , Cheney has been working consid
erably. About two weeks ago he began actIng -
Ing rather strangely and was taken before
the municipal authorities , but was allowed
Lo go again. Yesterday morning ho left his
iiomo to come to town , but Ills head having
begun to hurt him , as ho afterward ex
[ > lalned. ho went to the mill race , which Is
ibout half a mile from town , to bathe hlo
face and head. Shortly afterwards he wa *
found roaming about In flie woods in a nude
and unconscious -condition. Ho was brought
back homo and put to bed , n physician called
and restoratives admlnlsteied. When ho
came .to his Bejise8..he , said that he remem
bered nothing after reaching the mill race.
It seems that , he had. been fasting for four
days , Imagining that by so doing he would
enter a trance and thpa 'be ' able to see mar-
veloud things' . He was taken before the
Insanity board > J"6y Deputy Sheriff P. W.
Round and rctahfefc at Ord for examination.
The preliminary cause , of his Insanity Is a
spinal Injury \whlph \ he received while workIng -
Ing la the maintains In Colorado.
Prcfcm Dfdth tit DriiiiUcmicMi.
FREMONT , * Neb.T May 2G. ( Special. ) A
coroner's Jury/'thlsJafternoon heard the tcs
tlraony In regifrd rtg the death of Fred Ende-
wart , who committed sulcido by.Jiafiglng In
his room In Wqlch's hotel on Broad strce.t
yesterday evening. . It appeared that Ende-
wart , who was * a single man about 43 years
ot age , had bceni drinking heavily and ,
though anxloxjsj.to stop , was unable to do
so. On this nccqunt.Jie became despondent
and had stated. , several people during the
past week thalho , , wpuid make away with
himself. He JeajVes a , brother residing In
.Hanover , German
Elfct Trnchcrrf nt
0 EKAir f.'nK3l , ' > - 'May , 26i ( Sp'eSlalO ,
' ' '
Tho' Board of , Education' baa liel/l Up' thin
mpetlng for the > purpose-ot emplpj'ing teach
-era for the coming yea - and has" not1 ye
completed Its labors.i A cut of about * I1
per cent hvas made Ih"all the teachers' sal
arlea. The following have been' employed : II
Martin , assistant principal ; Miss Jane \V11
son , Latin ; A. * TJ. Corban , Jr. , grammar
Harry Grothe , Intermediate ; Miss Ella
Tucker , primary ; Miss' Jennie Bayer , prl
mary ; Mies Emma Smith , primary. On Uhe
election ot the balance of the teachers-
board elands a tie.
Old Settler LcavPH A hli\inl.
ASHLAND , .Neb. , Muy 26. ( Special. )
'Squlro William Hardln , one ot Ashland'
old settlers , will leave the early part ot the
week for his nqw homo Jn Junlata , Neb. Mr
Hardln has boon a resident of Ashland to
twenty-seven years. , , Ho Is a surveyor am
has made surveys 'In ' different parts of the
state under escort pt tbo soldiers when In
dlans and buffaloes were -numerous. Mr
Hardln is a Jacksonlan democrat and neve
falls to cast , -his voto'for the old warrlo
when election day rc-lls around. Ho wll
make his home with his son In Junlata.
GrbiliintoH nt Fairmont.
PAIUM6NT/Neb. , May 20. ( Special. )
Last evening the graduating exercises of tbo
cla'ss ot ' 07 were -held at 'the Methodist
church. The church was tastefully decorated
A large audience Was In attendance ant
many1 were . .unabjo" gain admittance. The
graduates are Ma'udo' Borland , Clarence A.
MJlner , Hattle A. Chapln , Bernetta A
Stuokey. Haltle-C/Brldgeman , Anna M. Ket-
ridge , Julia E , Footer and Frank Perklna
The schools for tfiej'astye'ar have b'een under
thq efficient supervision ot Prof. Joseph
-j - ,
Exhibition DrUl'hV Whltrooyer nines
QOLUMBUS , jNpl ) . , May 26. ( Special. )
Company 1C of the J lrst regiment , Nebraska
National Guard- this city , bolter known
as the Whltmoyer Rifles , gave nn exhibition
drill last evening. The boys have been mak
ing the best of th'e Um6 the past winter and
now step with the ro'gularity of old-time
troopers. 'Captain Kiltan and Lieutenants
Jens and Sttllinan fccl very proud of tbo
company. Ono of the features last ovcnliif
waa a double-qulck 'chargo'Df two blocks , 1B (
steps to the inlnuto , which was very -neatly
executed. gi '
Elect Ticjiuh < ; * w at Tierce.
PIBROE , Neb , , May 26.rr-Speclal. ( ) The
school board met'at the ofllcfe of the -Pierce
County bank lasjovcnlns ! ( and elected the
following teachoza : , Grammar , Miss Jennie
Meek of OaWai'd , , jii jtfjio place of Miss Ellen
Cunningham. . 'vyjiOjiJJil , . not apply ; second. In
termediate , Mjifis jfipnlq Adams ; first inter
mediate , Mls3/rjqerrudo } Senior ; second prl
mary , Miss Maggie Carr ; first primary. Miss
Edith Batchelfl4 1 inhere wero. about thirty
applications fofoftlfli Prbfeworahlp and tha
was laid overvj\nllj \ ] tfio meeting Thursday
IjOclKC" In , < ho Yorl Jail.
YORK , Neb irW 20. [ Special Telegram.
Sheriff Prlct i/yjrlved today from Daven
port with the twd men who are suspected o
committing UftPfDrhdsbaw bank robbery
They give tbounSnles of Prank Brown and
James Currol. Ii'Ltfst night the men spent a
night In the Ybfk'jlll as vagrants , but when
searched at DaVeHtjort over $109 was found
in their posstftifwi ! The men were aUo
ecen In BradshaV prior to the burglary.
ih. ' . : i j.
Ilurli iJU Daughter.
JUNIATA , Neb..JMay. 26. ( Special. ) S. P
Howland , an old' ettler here , but county
mlsflonary of Washington , la. , for the pas
five years , arrived yesterday with bis daugh
ter , Ad die's , body , ' She died on Sunday
The funeral was held in Ihe First Baplls
church here ; interment in Junlata ceme
tery. The girl was 18 years of age ,
Heavy Unlit nt
STERLING , Neb , , May 20. ( Special. )
SlerJlng was yla'ted ' last night by a much
needed rain , accompanied by wind and ball
Two and a half inches of rain fell. Wheat ,
oats and corn are .doing well. The ball dli
Iteceptlou to the Senior Clnv * .
BELLEVUE , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. ) Dr
and Mrs. D. R , Kcrr gayo a reception Tuea
day evening at Rqnkini hall in honor of the
senior class of BolWue college , The receiv
ing party Dr. and ilre. Kerr , ills * Julia
Inmllton , Mrn. Delta Jones , Messrs. Nichols ,
) Mtlcr and Keasler stood under a canopy
il .the claw colors , crimson und white , the
amo colors prodomlnnttng In the floral dec-
orations. The rooms were Ihronge-d with
; uejts all the evening. ' ' Several musical num-
"icrs were rcr.dere * ! by members of Iho musl-
al department. Among the guests from
nbroail were : Mrs. A. Wllllama , Pcnnsyl-
anla ; Mrs. Hi A. Canmhan , Central City ,
Neb. ; Mrs. William Hover , St. Michaels ,
Neb. ; Miss Blend. Milwaukee , Wls. , and MUs
Coehler , Pnplllloil , Neb. Dr. Kerr , who has
list returned from Ihe rast , announced thai
ho plans for the boys' ' dormitory \\ouhl be
completed this week nnd the new building ,
'he fourth on the campus , would be begun al
HEAVY IIAINS FAI.l , l.V NI:1IHAS1CA.
Four Inch ox nt 'IVriinmph AVnthon
Out Corn on Hill Slilcn.
TECUMSEH , Neb. , May 20. ( Special. )
Johnson counly was visited by a four-Inch
rainfall during last night and as a result
he creeks wore filled , to their bank tops.
"Fle'ldg were badly washed , the now corn on
sldo hills suffering considerably. Citizens
residing on the bptlonu hero nt Tecumseh
either moved to higher land or Blood In
read I ness so to do In cane the Nemalia got
out of Its banks , which It did not. A small
dlslcdgemcnt of track on the B. & M , rail
road Is reported south of Elk Creek.
HUMBOLDT , Neb. , May 20. ( Special. )
Aflor a cool day a heavy rain storm occurred
at 10 o'clock last night and In two hours
three and one-half Inches of rain fell. The
rain was nccompanled by thunder and light
ning. Rain was much needed , but this will
greatly damage cornfields. Long Brailch
river Is up within three feet ot the flood line
end the Nemaha. Is rising.
COLUMBUS , Nob. , May 26. ( Special Tele
gram. ) < Mlss Phonnlo Gushing of this ctly
and R. A. Clapp of Palrbury , Neb. , were
married this afternoon at the homo of the
bride's parents. Miss Ou.shtng waa born nnd
raised in tlila city and graduated at the
High school hero and has for several years
past been custodian at the state library , Lin
The groom is a young attorney. The
young couple left on the Union Pacific fast
mall for Palrbury , where they will reside.
Aroailla'H' Graduating ClnxM.
ARCADIA , Neb. , May 26. ( Sp3clal. ) The
address to the graduating class ot the Ar
cadia High school was delivered at the Metho
dist church Sunday evening by Rev. C. E.
Howard , pastor of the Congregational rhurch
nt Wescott , Neb. An unusually largo audi
ence listened to the address , which waa a
very able one , The regular graduation exer
cises 'will take place at the Congregational
church Thursday evening. There will be
Girl HIIN Her Employer Arrested.
FREMONT , Nob. , May 26. ( Special. )
John Jones , proprietor of a hotel at Scrlb-
ncr , was brought down hero yesterday
afternoon to answer to the complaint filed
by a girl employed at his hotel , charging
him with being the father of her unboin
child. County Judge Plambeck bound him
over to tha district court. Jones Is a middle
aged man with a family , and the affair
has created much talk In Scrlbncr.
Tramp IN Still In CiiNtoily.
TEKAMAH , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. )
William Arnold , the tramp arrested for com
mitting the criminal assault upon Miss Rog
ers , near this city last Monday , la etlll in
custody , awalling a preliminary hearing.
Mies Rogers endeavored lo Identify him yes
terday , but with what success is not made
public. Sheriff Langford says much circum
stantial evidence obtained points to Arnold
being the man.
Htvnl Armlcrt nt ColumbnN.
COLUMBUS , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. )
Columbus haa acquired two new religious or
ders in the past week , the Volunteers ot
America being closely followed by a detach
ment of the regular Salvation army. Both
hayp opened up barracks In the city and an-
fi'dinfco tlfat 'they have come to stay. Each
la holding open air meetings every evening
and Is having some success and reaping In a
Will OU-brnte on the Third.
FRANKLIN , Nob. , May 26. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A mass meeting was held here this
afternoon by the business men to consider
holding a celebration the Fourth of July. It
was decided that a celebration be held on
tbo 3d , as the Fourth comes on Sunday.
Commltlees were appointed and work will
commence at once to raise funds and to
make it a success.
Abunilanec of Haiti in PurlcliiH County
GRANT , Nob. , May 26. ( Special. ) Three
Inches of rain fell throughout Perklna
county last week. Some localities got four
Inches. S&mo farmcra report the water
standing In wells 100 feet higher than or
dtuarlly. Crops never looked bettor at his
time of year. Grass la excellent , and al
slock Is doing wonderfully well.
Stolen HOI-MC nnil Cart Arc Fonnil.
TECUafSEH , Neb. , May 2C. ( Special. )
Robert Lcmpka , the man who lost a horse
and cart hero Monday night , has had the
property returned to him. The horse , vet
harnessed to the cart , was found grazing on
_ the roadside a few miles from town yesterday -
day afternoon. Neither thp animal nor cart
Capture * a Fine Owl.
STELLA. Neb. , May 26. ( Special. ) Elmer
Ford and Emery Merldlth caught a fine owl
In Iho fccliool house this afternoon. It is on
exhibition In McBrlde's drug store , and Is
viewed wilh 'much curloally , It to of the
monkey-faced species , of n brown color and
mc-astireo over three feet from tip to tip of
Literary Cliih Will llaiiiiuct.
BEATRICD , Neb. , May 28. ( Special. )
The Beatrice Literary club will give Its sixth
annual banquet at the club rooms in the Ma-
sonlo temple Friday evening , May 27. An
elaborate literary' program has been pre
pared and the occasion will bo an unusually
I'lnii for u Symii Fnetnry ,
BEATRICE , Neb. , May 26. ( Special. ) At
the city council meeting last night a com
mittee of five was appointed lo confer wllh
the Chicago capitalists who are asking for
a bonus for a sugar cano syrup factory.
It is proposed lo jiso what Is known as the
Paddock Pasture water plant for the new en
In Jail for ANHiiiiltliiK' nil Ola AVoninn.
SYRACUSE , Neb , , May 26. ( Special Tele
gram. ) William Schrevo , who assaulted an
old woman , hero last Saturday , was arroatet
ycdtcrday and this morning waived examina
tion and on falling to procure a bond for
$1,000 was committed to the county jail.
Prohibition Convention a Frost.
LINCOLN , May 20. ( Special Telegram. )
The prohibition stale convention , which rwas
to have convened here today and tomorrow
has so far failed to materialize on accoun
of the email attendance and lack of locai
Will Decorate on Sumluy.
BEATRICE , Neb. , May 28. ( Special. )
Rawllns post will decorate- the graves of its
dead comrades Sunday forenoon and In the
aflernoon will listen to an addrres by Rev ,
Mr. Bright at the Christian church.
Vote Iovrn Irrigation I'ruponltlon ,
JOHNSTOWN , Neb. . May 26. ( Special Tel
egram. ) An election held here yesterday re
sulted In the defeat of the proposition to or
ganize the Johnstown irrigation district.
WORKING FOR THE EXHIBITS
Representatives to Bo Sent to All Oivillzod
Countries in the World ,
EXPOSITION FORCES ARE ORGANIZING
Appointed In Mnttjr I'orclRii
Cuiintrlen < < > lr ! < - UrprrxontnUoti
nt Oinnlin In 1SS ! n ( ( lie
The Department of Exhibits of Iho Trims
mlsslsslppl Exposition Is making rapid prog
ress In tha matter of organizing Its forces
of agents who will secure exhibits for the
occasion. This Is especially true In the cnso
ot foreign countries , to which especial at
tention has been dlrcotcd. Wllh a very few
exceptions , every civilized country from
which It Is expected to secure cxhlults baa
been assigned to an experienced agent , whd
under special Instructions to sccuro tx-
ienslvo exhibits and concessions , The coun
tries for which agents imvo rtot yet been
secured wilt bo supplied within a short
llmo and atlcnllon will then bo turatd to
: ho states of this country.
The terms on which agents have bcon
secured are regarded as most favorable. All
igroomcnts are on a strictly commercial
jasls and do not contain any provisions for
the payment by the exposition of traveling
expenses , salary , etc.
Manager Inice ) Is congratulating hlmnslf
that ho bos been nblo to sccuro the services
of men experienced In exposition work and
that the prospect for securing a most i".o-
slrablo class of exhibits through the ability
of these agents la most flattering.
GOVEtlNMENT AGENT AT BRUSSELS.
Prof. J. H.Goro , the commissioner In charge
of tbo exhibit to bo made by the United States
Government at the Brussels exposition , has
been appointed a commissioner ot Iho de
partment by Manager Bruce , and It Is ex
pected that he 'will 'bo of most valuable as
sistance to the department In securing ex
hibits. The piotessor will also visit Stockholm
helm during Iho exposition Ihero this sum
mer , and will work In Ihe Interest of the
Transmlsalsslppl Exposition. Prof. Gore's
wife Is a native of Sweden , and has appeared
at court , and by reason of this fact , ho ex
pects to bo of very material assistance in
ofllclal circles at Stockholm. Ho has also
been authorized to designate agents at Stockholm
helm and Brussels.
Louis Moreau , an experienced expedition
man , has been engaged as commissioner for
Franco and Belgium , outside ot Brussels.
Colonel Murphy , the former1 agent of the
Agricultural department , who achieved fame
In connection with American corn , and who
Is better known as "Corn Meal Murphy , "
has been appointed commissioner for Sweden ,
Norway and Denmark.
David Cole of Omaha , who has a number
ot relatives who are prominent In Ireland ,
has been appointed commissioner for Eng
land , Ireland and Scotland. He will sail
for his post within a lew days and will open
ofllces In London , Liverpool , Manchester and
Dublin for the securing of exhibits and con
For Now Zealand and Honolulu J. T. Lowe
of this city , an old resident of these coun
tries , has been appointed , and will leave for
these countries within a few days.
Ilev. Powell , a missionary , who has been
in Mexico for several years , 1s the commis
sioner for that country , and A. W. Cockerton
has been appointed commissioner for. the
Catln countries on the American continents.
* Commissioners for Germany and Austria
and also for Russia , Finland and other
Slavonic countries of southern Europe re
main to be appointed , but the.department Is
negotiating wllh several parties for these
positions , and their appointment will prob
ably bo announced within a short time. The
foreign section will then be well organized
and ready for active work , after which at
tention \ylll bo directed to the several states
of the United Stales.
Some of the states are already taking hold
of the work , and the matter ot promoting In
terest is the exposition is being actively
pushed under the direction of the Depart
ment of Exhibits. The next step will be to
appoint agents In each of Iho slates where
this has not already been done , and push the
work of securing exhibits from these states.
ASIC All ) FllOM THE EXPOSITION.
ERortN to Secure Two IVntionnl Con
vention * fur Oiaahn.
The executive commltleo of Ihe Transmis-
slsslppl Exposition held a special meeting
yesterday afternoon to receive a delegation
from the Elks and Superintendent Pearoe ,
both being In the interest of plans for secur
ing conventions in Omaha during" 1S98.
AH the members of the committee were
present except Messrs. Rosewater and Bab-
Superintendent Pearse was first accorded a
hearing. ( Ho appeared In the Interest ot the
annual meeting of the Natton.il Educational
association. Ho told -committee ot Iho
Ihlngs Omaha would be expected to do In
case this meeting Is secured for 1898. He
aald the convention would bring about 20,000
pcoplo to the city and the expense of enter
taining the convention would bo In the
neighborhood ot $12,000 , based on the ex
perience of Buffalo , where the convenlion'was '
held last year , nnd Milwaukee , where it' late
to be held In July of this year. Ho asked the
exposition management to assume a ceitaln
portion of this expense , the remainder to bo
divided among the Commercial club ; the
Knights of Ak-Sar-Bcn and the Woman's
\V. B. Taylor was tlio next delegate to ap
pear before the committee. Ho appeared in
the Interest of the movement to secure the
meeting of the * grand lodge of Elks for Omaha
In 18D8. Ho spbko at uomo length of the
benefit the city would .derive from this meetIng -
Ing , saying It would bring about 15,000 people
to the city. Ho eald the exposition manage
ment was not asked to expend a cent on
the thing at this time , but would bo called
on later to designate ono day as "Elks,1 day"
and make certain concessions In other di
Superintendent Pearse nnd Mr. Taylor were
told that the matters suggested by them
would be token under advisement byIho
committee and Ihoy would bo nollfled'of
The matler of taking up Iho movement lo
have Iho counly Itsuo bonds In aid of the
oxpcaltlon , OH provided under the law passed
by the last legislature , was brought up and
Whether llchli-s , burning , bleeding , scaly ,
crusted , pimply , or blotchy , whether simple ,
scrofulousor heredltary.from Infancy to ago ,
speedily cured by warm baths with Cimcuju.
BOAI- , gentle anointings with CUTJCu AoInt- (
meat ) , the great skin core , and inlld doses
of CDTICDIU. RESOI/VBKT , greatest of Woc4
purifiers and humor cures.
It io4 ! throughout thi world. POCTBB Dm moCanc.
COBF. , Enla I'ropt , Boiton.
C.I" Uow to Cure ETC if Blood Humor , * free.
f , . Hilr . ted fjaby B1tai
I-- -ilni nfOir.
Uw 1)IU tot unualurtl
dUcliargti , InDanimailoDi ,
Irrltttloui or ulccratlooi
of tu ti o o u § nj6uil > rftD6fl.
I'tialeii , toil not utrla.
or ut la pUIn wr pp r ,
tr nxprtw , Brtpulil , tit
tl.uo. or 3 bollUj , U.7 .
Circular us ! a
lieu * Imlr. If light , re-
more } at home by depll-
atorjr , If heavy , by eleu-
trlo needle. J. II Woodbury , 127V. . ltd
St. , N. Y I'M racial Heap U la pure.
Send 10 cents for Deauty Hook and ( am
ple of either Woodbury'i Facial Soap
or Facial Creua.
was rcfcrrcil to a special committee consistIng -
Ing ot Mcrarn. I.lnil.icy , Hitchcock , Mont
gomery anil AVakefleld.
llnnnp Coininlttpc Itpcoimuomln ? l",0no
for Ilic Omnliit i\iii > Kltlon.
WASIUNGTOM , May 2(5. ( ( Special Tele
gram. ) Chairman .Needles of the hoimo ap
propriations committee of the Illinois Icsls-
laturo wires that the committed baa re
ported the TrnnKiuhnlsslppI Imposition bill
unanimously with n recommendation for an
appropriation of $45,000.
If your Joints ache wllh rheumatism or
neuralgia , try I'lll Anccmlc IMnk ,
Say "No , " nnd stick to It , when you sro
urged to buy something "Just as Rood" as the
article you asked for.
OMAH.V\Hi : ONLY CITY TO Al'l'I.Y.
Ooiiiiotl Ittiynl Arcnntim Mny
Conic llcr Xx < Your.
J. W. Maynnrd of this city \yrltes to Tlio
llco from Boston , where ho Is In attendance
upon the meetings pt the supreme council ot
the lloyal Arcantim , Ho pays that Omaha
put In a bid. for the 1S9S meeting. Aa cvl-
donco of the cordial miinncr In which Iho
Omaha Invitation was received ho exhibits
the following from the Uoston Olobo ot Monday -
day last :
The only request or Invitation for the ses
sion next year that bus yet been received
comes from the new Jurisdiction of Nc-
brtxskn , which wns only pot apart on May
15. Its hu.itlliifr and progressive spirit hnM
been proven , however , by the larse Increase
In membership mtulo within the past rotiplo
ot weeks. Tlio Nebraska division also hn-j
Its Invitation bnckeil by nn urjient request
to the supreme council to accent from the
Commercial club of Omaha , the business or
ganization of that city. The latter , as aiv
Inducement for the council to meet at that
city next year , guarantee to bear the ex
penses of the halls , anterooms , etc. , for the
convention proper , nn Item of several thou
sand dollars each year , and also guarantee
other arrangements that they nature the
body would make the session a meanorablo
one. Owing to the excellent offer , It Is qulto
probable that Omaha will bo chosen as th
next place of meeting.
No honest dealer will try io sell what be
knows the customer did not order and doca
uot want. Substitution thrives for a tlmo ,
but In the long run It goes to the wall.
11OA1U ) UNWRAPS SOME UI3I ) TAPIS.
Knmncclottt in AK'ilii A ] > iu > liitcil to Of-
llce iitul Continued.
The advisory board had a short session
yesterday afternoon. Health Commissioner
Spalding appointed Dr. H. L , . UainacciottI as
meat Inspector and the appointment was con
firmed. There has been some misunderstand
ing In regard to thla office. Tlio city veter
inarian Is appointed by the mayor and city
council under tbu ordinance creating the
office. " The 'charter provides that tlio meat
Inspector must bo appointed by the com
missioner of health and confirmed by the
advisory board. As the two offices were con.
solldated by ordinance a year ago the of
ficial must bo named In one capacity by the
mayor and lu the other by tha commissioner
The secretary of the board was directed to A
advertise at once for bids for the construc
tion of. a chiefs wagon for the flro depart
The inan who tries to live 730 days In
a year is likely to find something giving
way before the _ year is complete. The
human animal is n remarkably strong or- ,
ganization. It ia astonishing how much
abuse it will stand and still hold together.
With proper care it seems well nigh in
destructible. What ia proper care ? * V I
Right food at the right time , right
work , right sleep , right rest. Not one
man in a thousand can have these things
or will not , if he can. Next best thing
is the remedy. If the machine ia put of
order it must be mended. Dr. Pierce'3
Golden Medical Discovery is medicine
for the blood and nerves. It helps stomach
ach and br.iin and lungs particularly
lungs. All weakness and disease j > ecms
to lead to lung trouble. Consumption
kills more men than rifle balls.
The "Golden Medical Discovery"
straightens out the digestion that's the
first step to pure blood. It searches out
every disease germ and kills it. It per
fectly purifies every portion , of the body.
It furnishes food for the tired nerves and
the fagged brain. It builds up health
and strength and flesh , Nothing else is
like'it. Nothing else is "just as good. "
There Is hardly q disease In the cMcrrorjs of
human Ills tliat is not caused or aggiavateu by
constipation. Headache , heart-burn , Bour stomach
ach , bllou ! < ne4s , nn'il palpitation of the lie.trt are
nil caused by cmntip-uion. That trouble Is
promptly and permanently remedied by Dr ,
I'lerce's Pleasant Pellets. They never gripe.
Your money tiaclt If they do. cost twenty-five
cents at the < lruiih"i If he h ill < ) i ) iift he
in - <
$ n $ THURSDAY , MAY 27
Engagement of the celebrated eastern fuvorlts.
A , A. FARLAN D ,
Amlsteil by Prof. acIlcnbceU'B Banjo Orclicttra
of SO performers and other local talent.
I'llcea , Wo ; dhana nnil box veals , 7c eillcry , 21o ,
Friday Evening "HIS OHACi ; D'CinAMMONT , "
Saturday Mutlnee "LADY op I..YON8. ' '
Saturday Evening "IlOitno AND JUMCT. "
Sunday Mvcnlns-"A BOI.DJUK OT KOUTUNJi"
Beats now on safe 2c , Mo. 7So , $1,00 ,
llariratn Matinee 23o anil WCi
L. M. Crawford , Mer. I lOo , 20c , 30c.
TONIGHT AT 8:15 :
, . THE PAIGES
in "LA BELLE MARXE"
HISTI'.IIS MILLAR. JOHN T , POWHKS.
tEE EDISON'S ' VIIASCOP.- .
Amateur contort t Friday , .May 2H ,
The Millard Douglas btreot ,
CKNTItALI.V LOCATED ,
American plun. t-.GO per day up.
Kuropoan plun , $1.00 per < liy : up.
J , E. MAIUC cX & SON , Proua.
V.'lien you come to Omaha itop at the
$2.00 a day house in the West.
1CJ roami 12.00 per day. to rooms with bath ,
K.'fi .tc toy. Special rutci by tlio month ,
V.-IMC TA 11.011 , Jlnuiiitcr.
THlUTUU.Vril AMI JOAUS bTJtIJUTS ,
143 rooms , butni , eteani licut and all modern
conveniences. Hutei , Jl.W and 12.00 per day ,
Table unexcelled , bptclal low rules tu reeulai
. - . . PICK .
t-ca.-dt.Ta. SMITH. Uanuiifr.
STATE HOTEL ,
ICe-lO-lt HoUElai W. M. HAlUi. Manager.
' . wnl furnUhid rooinj Uuroptan ur America *
fUTKS Jl.W AND S1.CO I'KIl DAY.
T &VAI * JlATEil 11Y THE WEEK OH MONT * * ,
Etrctt CJT line * connect to all oaru of tuo city *
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