Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1898)
TJTE O FATTA DAILY BEE : TIHTRSDAT" , FEBTHTA'RY 3 , 1808.
SAYS THE BONDS ARE VALID
Enpioma Oourt Sustains the Issue Voted
in Douglas County ,
GOOD NEWS FOR EXPOSITION DIRECTORS
Votfil In Alii of the Ills : Slimr
Aic Cnnslltiitliinnl PnndliiK ;
llDiiiln An.M n AM
LINCOLN' , Tcb. 2 ( Spcc'al Telegram )
Late this afternoon thosupicmc court handed
down an opinion upholding the validity of
the Douglas county exposition bonds It
holdH that the oet nnthorl/lng the county to
vote the bond * was a special act and that
In the matter of the number of votes re
quired to carry Iho bonds ( ho special act gov
erned over the general provision. H also
held that the voting or bond * for the pur-
PCKO of aiding the deposition was constitu
tional , being for n. public purpose ; that the
bonds In question were legally voted , and
that the auditor Is required to register them
and certify as to their validity
In the matter of the Douglas county fundIng -
Ing bonds , thn court HB erdc'ed a re-argu
ment with directions specifically that the
question bo argued as to whether the amend
ment made by the legislature In 1881 to KCC-
tloti 1.14 article 1. chapter xvlil of the Com
piled Statutes , was germane to the original
Ncctlrn ThH nmrmlment related to the
number of votes required to adopt a propo
sition to fund a county's Indebtedness
In the Wright case brought up from Hall
county , the couit holds that where a mar
ried woman signs a note ns surety for her
huslcind. no liability attaches agnllHt her ,
except so far ns the money for which the-
note was given was used for the Interest
and benefit of her separate e/Uatc
In the case of Javnes agilnst The Omaha
Street Hallway Company , the court holds
that poles cannot occupy the street contin
uously and exclusively and that If x propertj
owner mista ns a special damage by reason
of lh' poles In the street he may recover.
The federal court occupied most of the
day with the Ilmlgcman damage Milt It
van given to the Jurj nt 1 o'clock Another
jury was secured nnd th" eouit took up the
case vvhe'eln Anundi Snjder sues the cltj
of Lincoln for $11 ODD , bocuuso ot Injuries
Bii'talncd from falling on a defective side
Snliir III I'l-iliMM > ti > pt.
nnn CLOUD NVb fob 2 Tic Interstate
Swine Ilrcedcis' association held Us regular
meeting In this cltj today 1'rosldent Man-
dlcbaiim of Hltic Hill , presiding After the
usual routine ot business , Dr I'cteis , nro-
fcssor ot veterinary .iclenco at Iho State ucil-
verslty g > ivo the association a good talk on
hot ? cholera and followed with \aluable- -
riper on methods of producing Immunity
from the satno In nwlne Ho ndvlsed vaccin
ating the > healthy anlmil vvll'.i serum before
the disease rnppared , thus running no risk
As a conficqiiotipo , this methods , which has
never been tested In t'.ils county , will ce
given a thorough trial this spring.
D MVIint gave an excellent psnor on
"Tho 1'edlgrce It.s Use. Abuse and Iteal
Value" At the evening session officers
were elected as follows President , C T
Hutchison , Hollilre , Kan : vlco prcslden' ,
A N. Godwin , Conies , Neb ; secretary , A. C
Ilcsmer Hcd Cloud , Neb ; treasurrr , D. M
Wlamt , Uiveiton , Neb II. N. Poster of
gultlllo , superintendent of the live stock
department of the Tr.insnilsslsslp I nrcoai-
tlon , gave a talk on the exposition and asked
foi exhibits of blooded slock.
TRDMONT Neb , Feb. 2 ( Special. )
Sheriff Kreader and Deputy Ljdtck returned
from Omaha last evening with Charles Cun
ningham and George Evans , alias Smith ,
all.s Yancej- , who arc charged with break
ing and entering the icsidence of E < 1
Percy on Sunday evening last and stealing a
fur cloak and several articles of jowelrjA
portion of the property was recovered , but
the cloak , the most valuable thing taken
Is still m'sslng The men hid their pre
liminary hearing this afternoon before Jus-
tleo of the Peace Dame. 'Evans ' waived his
preliminary hearing and was bound over to
the district couit for trial. Cunningham
ttcmamlcd an examination and Ills case was
set for Varlng at 9 o'clock Friday morn-
Ing. Ho went to jail. Belle Clover , Rita
Adams and June Roberts , witnesses , were
held In default of ball as witnesses. The
Omaha officers say these two men ure hard
chatactors Cunningham was Identified as
a pal of "Big Mike" Wagoner.
Sues -inloiin Kfi'iM-r.
GRETNA , Neb , Tcb 2 ( ? necial ) Suit
-wes commenced In 1'ic district court at
IViplllIon jcsterdaj against Ernest Kaoll ,
Grctna saloon keeper , by Mrs. Jane Doyle , to
recover $2,000 , alleged damages she sus
tained becntiba her husband , James Doyle
had bought liquor ai Knoll's saloon. Doyle.
Is now living with relatives at Rockford , 111
and in her petition the wife alleges that he
has failed to sici'ort her by reason of Ills
bibulous habits Do > lo Is a graduate of the
Kceloy institute at Blair and Is < in old resi
dent of Saipy county and connected by mai-
rlago with bomo of the best families of th"
county. Ho has been In Illinois slnco Sep
tember last. The case Is set for hearing on
ClreiiliillnK HOKUM Coin.
GORDON , Neb. , Teh. 2 ( Special Tele-
Krom. ) Charles VV Carpenter , Daniel Mor-
Kan and John Morgan were today arrested
by Deputy United Slates Marshal George r.
Palmer for cltculatlng bogus coins. They
had their ( preliminary examination before
United States Commissioner Robert Lucas
and were bound over to the United State. )
district court In the sums of $1,000 , $250 aiu
f350 , respectively Not I'jelng tiblc to furnish
bonds they weretJken to Omaha to AW all
trial It Is thought Uioro Is a regular or
ganized Rang of count erf el ters working Jn
this locality , and that other arrests will
follow. All the coins discovered to far have
been of .nlclcela of thu date of 1S9C.
Si-wer Company Ineorimniteil.
COLUMBUS , Neb. , Pel ) 2. ( Special )
Articles of Incoiporatton were filed this
morning with County Clerk G. W , Phillips
for the West End Sewer Company of Colum
bus , Neb , and their place of business this
cltj' . The amount of authorized stock Is
(10,000 ( , divided Into 100 shares of $100 each
Of this amount $3,000 has already been sub
scribed and 10 per cent paid In , The highest
amount of liability which the company shaf
at any time subject Itself la placed at $500.
Mio Jncorpomtore areC. . J. Garlow , J ,
a. Rocder , Theodore Treldhof , R II Henry
nd O , T. Roen , The now company will In-
: urpurati > and elect olllcers tomorrow ,
H niul I oultr > .
M'COOIC , Neb , Peb. 2. ( Special Tole-
sraiu. ) This afternoon the Southwestern
Nebraska Farmers' convention opened Its
Ksslcns In this city with a gooiBy attcnd-
incei. Thu fln.t be&slon waaitakcn up In the
There is a
Class of People
AVlio nro injured by the use of cof.
foe. lleeeutly there has been placed
in nil thogroce'iy btoros n now pro-
partition called GH.UN-O , made of
pure grains , that takes the place uf
The most deliento stomach re-
ceivcs it vuthout distress , imd but
fovvcau tull it from coffee' .
It does not cost ov er na inncli.
OUUdrcu muy drink it w ith great ben.
e'Ct. 15 cents and 25 cents per jm < & -
nge. Try it. Ask for QKAIN-O.
= Try Grain = O !
IniUt that your Krocerglrca you OliAIN-O
Accqit no laill&tluu.
dlacussleti .of the test methods of raising
wheat and corn In this part ot Ncbroaka.
the night meeting the poultry people has
full sway. Mrs Nellie Hawks , nnc ot the
bt t authorities In the state , delivered an
'lrcM on the subject of poultry raising , and
Secretary Geriw ; of the Nebraska commis
sion stiplemcnted her address by Borne well
timed and pertinent rcmarJo.
The Republican Valley District Poultry
association Li holding Its first annual exhi
bition here Over 250 birds of thirty Ibrecdu
are represented In the show , which creels
any ever attempted In this part of the ctate
t'nlnn 1'nclllc Mortnm1'IIetl. .
COLUMBUS , Neb , Fob. 2. ( Special )
The mortgage glvtn by the leorganlzeJ Unlcn
'aclflc Railroad company to Ihc Mercantile
Trust company of Ni-w York City , and call-
ng for $100,000,000 was filed with County
Clerk Phillips jcstcrdiy. It Is sild to bo
ho largest mortgage ever filed west of the
Missouri river and Is only icxcccded once In
the United States. It will be filed In every
county In Nebraska , Wyoming and Utah
through vvh h the main line of the road
asses The two deeds from William Cor-
ilsh. fpcclal master , et nl , to the Union
IV.clflc railroad , were also filed.
Arrnnwi * for ti s\t-r | | Coin e-ntlon.
INDIANAPOLIS , Ind. , Fch 2. A commit
tee of the LMSUP of Bimetallic clubs of the
Ohio valley met here today to arrange for
the annual conv cation ot the league A date
will be selected that will not conflict with
that ot other organizations that may have
arranged to meet hero In Ayrll Secretary
Clark siys William J. Bryan will attend the
convention Three train leads of free silver
men from Chicago are expected to attend the
convention and the committee estimates Uiat
the meeting will bring 5,000 silver demo
1'niH-r In 'I rouble.
CHADUON. Neb. , Peb 2 ( Special Tele
gram ) The Ctiadron Heccrdcr Is again In n
legal tangle Dr. J S. Ilomlno , n local capi
talist , rtolovlocd the outnt for a chattel
mortgage held by him In the sum of about
$400 today. Treasurer Hay ward Immediately
Issued a distress wairnnt for back taxes ,
amounting to about ? 200 and a fight for
possession Is now on , with Claude T , Taj-
lor , the edltoi , seemingly In the lead. The
Recorder owns a fine outfit.
YORK , Neb , Peb 2 ( Sc'eclil ) The
Modern Woodmen of York will do someth'tig
to aid starving Cuba. At a meeting held
last night a committee was appointed to so
licit subscriptions of money and grain to
send east The following comnose the com
mittee , of which Inspector General N P.
Lundcen of the Nebraska National Guaid , Is
chairman A G Prultt , Lee Mapps , Alex
ander McNeil , 0. G. Prultt und W. R.
ItCMVIT Cll > ItCIIIN.
BEAVER CITY , NeH > , Feb. 2. ( Special
Telegram ) The Christian church , which Is
In the course of construction , caught fire
to lay nnd was with dlllleulty saved from
The January term ot dlbtrict court , nov-
In session , is a very Important ono and , will
continue for weeks. Judge Grimes of the
North Platte district has been called to
preside the loct half of the term.
Vfti More1 nx Moni-y.
PIUNKLIN. Neb , Pob. 2 ( Special Tele
gram ) A petition is being circulated at this
place to annex a farm ( belonging to Jsaa-
Hajnes to this school district. About one
mile of the Burlington railroad track inns
through this place and If the deal goea
through It will be of great benefit to thla
district In the -way ot taxes At Hlldreth
ntiii Highland , north ct this county , the tame
kind of a deal Is on foot.
GORDON , Neb , Peb. 2. ( Special ) The
Sheridan County Agricultural society at Its
annual meeting today elected the follo.vlng
omcers : President , C. H. Sailor ; vlco presi
dent , A. W Gealjsecretarj - , H. G. Ljon ;
treasurer , AV. W. Kncppcr , board of di
rectors , Amos Burwcll , G. A. Heyvvood ,
Joseph Van Busklrk , J. B. Nicholson , J. W.
Gealy , M. Swlgert ; general superintendent ,
R. E. Clapp.
Politician In tlie 1'nlplt.
BEATRICE , Neb , Peb 2 ( Special Tele
gram. ) Captain \V. II Ashby , the well I
Known populist politician , ivho has renounced
politics .and will hereafter devote himself to
evangelistic work , made his Initial appear
ance In his new role here tonlg'Jt , before
TOWiled house. He delivered a good nddit
v.as forceful and earnest and Impressed his
hearers with his slncerltj.
1'all In 'I't-iiiiH-rnturc.
DAVID CITY , Neb , Peb. 2. ( Special. )
Last night about 9 o'clock the wind , which
had been blowing steadily from the south
during the daj' , changed suddenly Into the
northwest and blow a stiff gale during the
night. There was a decided fall In temper
ature during the time from 29 above to 3
below zero , the point registered at 7 o'clock
Cold AViittat Cnlhoiin.
CALHOUN , Neb , Peb 2 ( Special ) A
cold vvavo struck this place last night about
9 o'clock , The mercury fell very rapidly
and soon reached zero The weather the la t
two weeks las boon about right for putting
up leo and was taken advantage ot by manj- .
Never before las such a largo Ice crop been
gathered , over COO tons being put ip.
iarlj : C'lohliiK- Iti-il Cloud.
RED CLOUD , Neb , Feb. 2. ( Special. )
Beginning last evening all of Red Cloud's
business houses ivlth the exception of drug
stores and restaurants closed at S p. m.
until September 1. Red Cloud merchants
have cnjojcd a good trade during Januarj' ,
notwithstanding it Is generally the poorest
month ot the jear.
IIonorN for Miller.
MALMO , Neb , Peb. 2. ( Special. ) Landcs
P. Miller formerly ot Naneo county and Sli
ver Creek , Neb. , was called to the homo
olHco of the Prudential Insurance company
at Newark , N , J , , and advanced to the ofllee
of superintendent of the McKces.port , Pa , ,
dhi.-slou at an Increased salary.
lift It ill lit dordoii.
GORDON. ! Neb , , Feb. 2. ( Special. ) An
Interesting series of revival meetings have
just closed at the Methodist Episcopal
church , conducted by Rev. S. A Beck. The
icsults were about twenty conversions ami
cloven accessions to thu church ,
DAVID CITY , Neb , Feb. 2 ( Special. )
The marriage of Michael BerlKlo and Mlsa
Susan Rctsdorf was solotnnUod by Father
Hocho at St. Marj's Catholic church jester-
day. The joung people have alwaja resided
near thla city.
> t-liriiNl n .NruH .NotCM.
The Grafton Courier has decided "to quit
Utlca business men are making an effort
to secure n creamery.
Ftillorton people are talking of putting In
an electric light plant ,
The now creamery at Silver CrecK has
The Fanta Fo road Is shipping a tralnload
of Ice dally out of Superior ,
The creamery at render has been com
pleted and started operations.
The annual joint meeting of the teachers'
associations of Antelope and Madison coun
ties will bo held at Tlldcn February 12 ,
The Catholic parish at Orleans has re
ceived ; a donation of $500 from a New York
woman to assist In building Its now church.
The teachcis ot Logan county assembled
at the court room In Uandy last Saturday
and perfected a county teachers' association.
The County board of Custcr county has
decided to check up the books of all county
olllcers who ha\o served during the last four
The acreage of fall wheat sown In Ouster
county last fall exceeds all previous years.
Up to last week farmers reported It In fine
condition. With the present snow to feed
and nourish it the possibility of It winter
killing Is no longer probable and every In
dication Is that Ouster county will have the
largest yield of winter wheat known In her
history. The acreage of spring wheat doubt-
leu will also be larger than ever before.
PORTER TAKES NO CHANCES
Secretary of State is Preserving Himself
from all Temptation ,
CASH FEES HURRIED OVER TO TREASURER
Union I'ncino AKnrncr "entire * n
Hi-fclpt from MI-HIT * c lleforc (3o- (
N -nr Scorclars'jt OIllcc
II * Article * .
LINCOLN , Fcb 2 ( Special. ) The dis
cussion of the Kugcmc Moore case , and par
ticularly ot the question of who should pay
the fees Into the state treasury In the case
of the filing of Insurance certificates or other
Instruments In the state offlccs , has disclosed
the fact that when the attorney for the
Union Pacific came down several dojs ago
to fllo the new articles ot the company , tie
took the fee ot $13COO direct to the treas
urer , obtained hie receipt therefor and then
filed the articles ot Incotporatlon with the
secretary of state. The amount of this fee
was over one-halt lite slzo of the Eugene
Moore shortage and the attorney for the
Union Pacific evidently did not desire to run
any risks by anticipating that t'ao ouprcmo
court would rule that a payment to the audi
tor or tl-o secretary ot state was a legal
pa > inent to the treasury. It Is also learned
that the sccrotar } ot state makes It a rule
to pay fees 1'ito the treasury whenever nn
amount of $100 has accummukUcd in his
hands Ho sajR that this Is not strictly ac
cording to the constitutional provision , but It
Is the moil convenient way the fees can bo
The Lexington Co-operatlvo Creamery
company has filed articles of Incorporation ,
with a capital stock of $3,700. The stock
holders arc twenty residents ot Davvson
county , i\nothcr concern to Incorporate to
day was the Omaha Information Bureau ,
which has a capital of $5,000 and will do a
business of renting , leasing and locating
property and furnishing Information to
strangers during the exposition season. The
organizers are C K. Harrison , Dalton Hlslcy ,
W. L rlsher nnd Henry Harrison.
The follovUng notaries vvcro commissioned
today : W. .M. Low man , S. L Stlchter ,
Hastings , P. W. Tltch , II. P. Pagan , Wil
liam Poppleton , Omaha ; 13 11. Hlggs , Hrevv-
Bter ; Louis Leisure , Papllllon ; C U. Wllley ,
Osmond ; U. B. Walker , Mason City ; D M.
Quackt'tibush , Greenwood ; George L. Melss-
ner , Liberty ; Gtty W. Green , Lincoln ; D. C.
Hooper , Ramsey ; J. J. Goeoel , Hartlngtou ;
S.V. . Schoolcy , Coad ; W. L. Hand , Kear
ney ; W. L Klrkpattlck , York.
Governor Holcomb has honored the requi
sition papers of the governor of Kansas for
Chester Uurnetto who la wanted In Dccatur
county for burglary nnd petty larceny. Bur
nctto fled ftom Kansas to avoid arrest and
is no\v In custody In this state
The Cuban Relief commission has received
notice of the appointment ot local commit
tees at York and Greeley Center and has
also received n cash conttlbutlon of $1035
from the jonng folks of Maple Grove.
J. M. Hall of Alma has filed a complaint
with the state auditor against the Phoenix
Insurance company of Hartford and the
Springfield Plro and Marino companj ot
Springfield , Mass. Hall lost a stock of
goods by flro and the companies have dis
puted his claim for Insurance money. The
auditor will hear the case on February 1C
Fred Jewell , the expert accountant from
Platte Center who drew over $1,000 last
jear for assisting the investigating commit
tee. Is to bo still further rewarded , having
just been appointed b > Auditor Cornell an
Insurance examiner No place has jet
been provided for Expert Ta > lor , who spent
the summer and foil examining the books
In the auditors' ofllce.
Wesley Cochran has been placed In charge
of the city water department L J. Byer ,
who served at water commissioner for sev
eral years and who resigned several weeks
ago , allegiing 111 health , has accepted a po
sition as fireman at one of the pumping s'a-
The move for a now postofllco building
at Llnco'n Is not creating much enthusiasm.
At the meeting called for last night to pro
mote the now project only thirteen people
attended The citizens ot Lincoln would he
glad to sco a $1,000,000 building erected on
Government square , but they do not nert-
ously expect It and do not think that Sen
ator Allen's bill for the tvaw building Is
anj thing more than an advertising scheme
on part of the senator.
The Investigation of the affairs ot the city
government Is ibecomlng decidedly sensa
tional Last night the committee had Po-
llcoman Snell on the stand , and ho testifies
that ho paid $50 to the Excise tooard to secure -
cure bin job , and that since then more h
been demanded of him , whlclil lie refused
pay. fToday the ( Excise board held a meeting
and brought Snell ibeforo them. Ho re
peated his story , sajlng that he paid the
mono } ' to Exciseman Valll. The story wan
denied by Valllvho ( Insisted upon being
placed under oath. No further action has
been taken regarding Snell , 'but ' It Is thought
the Excise board desired not only to deny
the charge , but also to intimate that any
other policemen testifying against them
would ho at once called , up on the carpet
the board. The developments of the lari
few vveeka are arousing a strong feeling
among the better element of the city against
the present administration , as It Is belnt.
slionii that some of the olllclals are In league
with the gamblers and disreputable char
I'olk Con li I MnrtiiK < - Ilceord.
OSCEOLA , Neb. , Feb. 2 ( Special. ) The
mortgage Indebtedness for Polk county as
filed In the county clerk's odlco for tlw
month of January , shows that there were
fifteen farm mortgages filed , amounting to
$10,211,20 ; released , twentj-olght , amount
ing to $24,941 20 ; town mortgapj's filed one ,
amounting to $250 ; released , seven amountIng -
Ing to $3,114,57 ; chattel mortgages filed ,
ninetyfouramounting to $25,728 93 ; re
leased , seventy-seven , amounting to $47-
078.19 ; sheriffs deeds Illcd , three.
"Wlicti Toil I III AC a llnil Colil.
You v.ant the best medicine ttiat can bo
obtained , and that IB Chamberlain's Cough
You want a remedy that will not only
give quick relief , but effect a permanent
cure.You want a remedy that will relieve the
lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will counteract
any tendency toward r'lei'tnonla. '
You want a remedy that la pleasant and
safe to lake.
Chamlwrlaln's Cough Remedy Is the only
medicine in use tliut meets all ot these re
quirements and for the tpcedy and perma
nent euro of bad colds , stands without a
One of the prettiest ot homo weddings was
that at high noon yesterday when Miss Grace
J , Leonard , daughter of Mrs , K , L. Leonard ,
was quietly married to Mr. Frank Tcets at
the homo of the brldo's mother , 2C31 Harney
street , thU city. The marriage ceremony
was performed by Her. Thomas J , Mackay ,
rector of All Saints' Protestant Episcopal
church , In the presence of about flftV of the
relatives and friends of the brldo and groom.
The bridal party consisted of but four , the
brldo being glvwi away by her mother , and
the party being preceded by Miss Pauline
Poster as ring bearer. The ceremony vvaa
performed under a beautiful cancpy of white
trimmed with smllax anil the full Kplocopnl
service was used. After the wedding the
bridal party and the guests nar'ook ' of an
elaborate wedding breakfast. The parlor ,
where the ceremony took place , the library
and tfio dining room were tastefully dec
orated , La Franco roses being most promi
nently In the floral decorations. An In
formal reception followed , -tho guesta being
received by Mrs. Leonard , assisted by
Mc.scMtnes Iloblnson , Toune , Uartlett and
Mr. and Mrs. Teets left for an extended
wedding tour yesterday afternoon. During
their sojourn they will visit tbo principal
cities of the eouth and caM , They < n 111 raako
their homo at 2C31 Harney street , this city ,
oa their return and will be at home to their
frlcnda after March 15. Mrs. Teots la a
charming youuc member ot Omaha society
nnd Is n recent graduate of Vasar college.
Mr Tccts Is A native of thp cast , but In the
few jcars ot his resldeito Qi Omaha his
made a hcst of friends rlot himself. Ho
holds the responsible position ot chief clerk
ot the money order depniflnttnt of the Pa
cific Kxprcsj company
CHADUON , Neb , Feb. 6lSpeclal < Tele
gram. ) Miss Etta Llpsonf of Casper. Wvo ,
and William D Friedman , ajuadlng Jeweler
of Gainesville , Tex , were unlttd In marriage
today nt the residence ot Hon Ilenjaniln
Locnthal , Judge Houghton odlclatlng.
A very large sale of scats' for the ranny
nioomflcld-Zclalcr concert at Bojd's tonight
Indicates an Immense audience to hear the
foremost of lAmerlcan women pianists Mr
Holtorf , an Omaha resident ot many sears ,
was present at a concert In Dresden , Ger
many , In November , 1893 , when IMra Fanny
Bloomfleld-Zelsler played Rubinstein's D
Minor concerto , with orchestral accompani
ment , and cuvv .Rubinstein , who was In the
audience , carried away by her marvelous In
terpretation of his work , rush upon the stage ,
embrace and kiss her upon the forehead Ho
sa > s that In all his lifetime ho never saw
Buch a demonstration of enthusiasm In any
other concert hall , The popularity of Mrs
Martin Cahn , who ( will sing the grand aria
from Gomez's "II Guarany" on this occasion ,
undoubtedly has contributed to the general
Interest felt in the event. '
The "next " theatrical attraction at Ilod's
will ibo the extravaganza "Miss Philadel
phia , " which w.111 play two performances ,
afternoan and evening , next Sunday. The
company Is a. large one , nnd ( contains Joe
Caw thorn , Eh la Crox Scabrooke , Quecnln
Vassar nnd other well known people.
TJio celebrated Pravvley company of San
Francisco will play an engagement of four
performances at Uojd's next week , opening
Monday evening with Bronson Itovvanl'tt
celebrated war drama , "Shenandoah. " Other
plaja which will bo presented hero arc
"Sue , " "Christopher , Jr. , " and "An Inter
national Match. "
Iv.MOHTS 01ICS \ lllin1H.M1S. .
Honi-j fur tin * ( ! rt-nt Pull I'ninilc
IOIIICM In Mi-millj.
The subscriptions to the parade , fund of
the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben still grows The
amount pievlously reported v.as $507550
In addition the following subscriptions have
been received. J L. Bramlels & Sons , $250 ,
New Omaha Thomson-Houston Electric
Light company , $100 ; Dewc ) & Stone Fur-
nlturo company , $50 ; Beebc & Kunyan Fur
niture company , West Point creamery , the
Brunswlck-Balkc-Collender companj , 'vVjott-
Bulktrd Lumber companj , Gulou & Ledwlch
Lumber company , $ -5 each' American Ills-
cult and Manufacturing company , $50 ; Wil
liam F. Wendhausen , the Sharpies com
pany , $15 each ; Pacific Storage and Ware
house companj , Charles " \V. Halney , the T.
G. Northwall company , Philadelphia Deco
rating company , M Wollstcln Co , nuttier
ford d Jensen , Brandonbuig & Co , Stand
ard Rope and Twine company. Gate City
Hat company , Rudolph Hjvclka , George S
Cackley , Stevens & Smith , H. Peterson ,
Andrew Njberg , J. C. Robt , $10 $ each ; Rich
ard James , A. D. Morse , Omaha Bedding
company , L E. Pejton. Sol Buchtel & . Co ,
A. E Stockham , W. E. Berry , Samuel G Ste
venson , Howard Ranck , Pcte/bon Brothers ,
Omaha Bicjclo company M E Dolan & . Co ,
Wolf Bros & Co. , Midland Cjclc company ,
Joseph Bell , Hughes & Silndburg , II. S
Emory , A. C. McGulgan.Jr . f. V. Nlema-i ,
William Mlttlcstadt. Ha > ry C. Hartry , $5
each ; E. Thorson , $4 ; Blcvftlo hospital , J
G Whltlock , Dan Wright , $3.each ; S. Con-
Iglio , $250V. ; . W. Mace , 13 L Proctor ,
Chris Olsen , A. Mason , Henry G. Pike ,
William H. Bcek , Lest'er ' & Beachler , $2
each ; II Marowltr , C A. Mjcrs , Samuel
Robinson , James Kemp , 'H. Rosenbaum J.
Levlno , A. Wolf , S Mortcnson , D Mlch'al. .
$1 each , A. Braner , W. K.i Gamble , 50 cents
each , making a total of $0,576.
nrxji.nv TVHIPP niJM'S
Cattle mill .ShiM-p ItnlKi-rM
ItriM-llle-il ly thu Hill.
Otto P. Gram , ex-secretary of stats ot
Wjomlng , is In Omaha expecting to join his
daughter , Miss 'Ddlth ' Grain , on her return
from Paris. Miss Gnam has been stud } Ing
music In Paris and has only lately returned
Wyoming farmers and stockralsers , accordIng -
Ing to Mi. Gram , have about abandoned the
sllvier crae. They have received practical
benefit from , the Dlngley bill , the cattle and
sheep Industries having revived wonderfully ,
giving these Interestoi In these lines some
thing to < lo Irsldes talking calamity. The
vote on the Teller resolution is an indica
tion of the issue ot the next oon&ressional
campaign , and Wjomlng may be expected to
uphold the St. Louis platform.
Stockmen are suffering conslden.blia losses
on the rargo , owing to the severity of the
winter , 'Which ' has been unusually hard on
sheep. The cattlemen are shipping hay and
feeding cattle. There Is great Interest In
the exposition alll through the state.
ITS AI-PUHb ICOII ( ) Sll VPU.
fifteenth Annual Vlei-ilnpr ( if Oiiiiilui
Loan and IttilldliitrsNOelntliiu. .
The fifteenth annual meeting ot the stock
holders of the Omaha Loan and Building
association was held last evening In the
rooms of the association In The Bee build
ing , President Loomls In the chair. The
attendancewcs large and much Interest was
manifested In the proceedings. Balloting
for three directors was spirited , resulting
in the re-election ot Elmer E Ilryson , John
II. Butler and George M. Nattlnger , membero
of the old beard.
Secretary Nattlnger's annual report of the
condition of the association shows that the
association ; has totted slnco Its organization
In 1SS3 , 1C , 179 shares and matured or re
deemed 11,231 % shartfl In 1897 there were
Itsued 1,490 shares and 2,227 redeemed , callIng -
Ing for $56,425 OC In cush. The number of
shares In force en the first of the jear wss
4,947. Theao are held * by 815 persons 632
males and IS1) ) females. The total assets of
the association are $189,664.37 , and total lia
Arnold's Brome Celery cures headaches ,
lOc , 25c and HOc. All diugglsts.
WUUICI'Y I'ACKIM ! JIOIISi ; OUTPUT.
Inert-mil ? Oit-r tinllnsIneHN Done Olio
V < * nr I\KO.
CINCINNATI , Feb. 2. ( Special Telegram. )
The Price Current says1 The movement
of hogs continues moderate , Western pack-
Ings are 480,000 for the week , as compared
with 475,000 the preceding week and 435,000
last year. From November tl the total Is
0,555,000 , against 0 , 140,000 a year ago. Promi
nent places compare as follows.
City. , JJS98. 1S97.
Chicago . .SJ250jO , J.SOJ.OW
Kansas City . , f 9I2.COO 77 > ,00a
Omaln . S,000 340,000
St. LoulB . 4i ,00) 3J5.000
Indianapolis . 810,000 2-J7.000
Milwaukee . , . 40)OTO ) S > . ! ,000
Cincinnati . 2E7.COO J'JO.CO. )
Cedar itaplds , . , , . , JU.OjO 1C9.000
Ottutnvva . U2000 1CO.OW
St Joseph . . 152,000 C0.003
Sioux City . j WJ.OW 7. . (03
St. Paul . , .i , ° , > * > " ,000
lloi > U llnriiM i (
MINNEAPOLIS , Feb. 2 , A special to the
Journal from Winnipeg states. ' that the Mc-
Intyru block In the heart of the city was
burned tills morning. The building wan four
stories , and contained some of the leading
retail stores In the city , eamplo rooms , of
flccs and the secret society and lecture rooms
of the Manitoba university. The total losses
will bo In the neighborhood of $500.000.
Among the heaviest losers were the Mcln-
tyro estate , $125,000 ; Mackay Bros. & Mor
ris , dry goods , $30,000 ; James Furner , mil
linery , $25,000 ; Alexander Taylor , stationery ,
$24,000 ; George Velio , wines and liquors ,
$20,000 ; F. J. Porte , Jeweler , $25,000 , and
Dr. Dallelah , University of Manitoba , $4,000. $
The firu U supposed to have started from a
defective flue In the furnace. A high wind
was blowing at the tlrno and only the wide
street prevented Ita crowing and becoming
general , The loss U half covered by insur
ance , No lives were loit.
AFTER THE SCALP OF QUAY
Pennsylvania llepublicans Will Again Try
to Defeat Ilim.
WANT WANAMAKER TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR
All tlio Political 111 * In the Stnte Arc
CIitir r l to tlic ionntor , niul
III * Annllillnlliin In
PHILADELPHIA , rob. 2. The anti-Quay
movement In the. republican party reeolvrd
on Impetus licro today nt a conference nt
which there were present about 400 repre
sentative business anil party men from nil
acctlons of the state. The conference \\as
held under the auspices of tbo Duslnoss
The meeting was called to order by Kllas
Dociuer \Vllllainsport \ , who stated tint It
had been called on behalf of republicans
of the state who desired the election of rt
governor who will administer the affairs of
the state without the dictation of any ono
The conference was In session about thrro
hours. Quito a number of speeches worn
made denutichtory of the United States sen
ators from Pcnnsjhaiila , and particularly
censtirlns the political methods of Senator
Quay. The dominant faction of the state
legislature also came In for Its shaio of
The sentiment of neirly all the speakers
as In favor of the nomination of John
\Vftinma1tor as the candidate for go\crnor
of the republican party nt the coming fall
election , although the names of Congress
men Ualzell and C. W. Stone were fre
quently mentioned and applauded.
After a lengthy discussion a resolution
was adopted urgliiR Mr. Wanaraakcr "to
permit the use of his mimo" for the offlco
oC governor nt the approaching republican
primary elections and at the icpubllcan
Great enthusiasm was aroused in the eir-
llcr pirt of the meeting by the reading
of a letter from John WanamnUcr It was
dated Oshadow Island , Ga. Mi Wananmkrr
o\piosscd regret that a prior engagement
had prevented his attendance at the meetIng -
Ing , with the purpose of which heaafnlh
In accord. Ho wanted It dlstlnctlv undoi-
stood that ho did not desire public odlco and
suggested Judge John Stewart Henry C Mc-
Corinlclc , John Dal/ell Major K. A. Han
cock and Colonel U. A. Irwln as names
from which could ho sslccted n goveinoi
not to be owned by any one
A committee of seven was selected to no
tify Mr , Winamaker of the action of the
conference and ask him for permission to
use his name as a candidate for governor.
The conference adopted a lengthy plat
form of an flddres. ? to the republican 'voters
ot the state. It declares the condition of
politics In the state to bo disgraceful and
that this condition has been brought ubnut
by the expenditure ot money to corrupt and
debauch the voters
The present senior I'nltcd States senator ,
the platform saj.3 , Is umlei stood to desiie
re-election , and he. more than nnv other
man , It savs , is responsible for the present
corrupt condition of state politics His de
feat for re-election Is urged upon the
v MMV ivrinnni3
Vllc-jje TIiov Himfi ! omuls for an
I in osUiriitloii.
COLUMDUS , O , Tcb 2 The senate com
mittee Investlgat ng the alleged charges of
attempted b'lbery In the recent senatorial
contest , held a short session this evening
end examined .one witness , John D Ta > lei
of this city , who lives at 2G3 Broad street ,
and at whose homo K J. Uathbono was a
visitor during a part of the senatorial con
test. The purpose of calling Mr Taylor > vao
to prove that Major luthbo.ic joined IT II.
TJovcc , who Is alleged to have attempted to
brlbo Rcprcsontatlvo Otis , at the Tajo !
residence on January 10 , when it is claimed
Tloyco came to the city and met Major nat'i-
bone. Mr. Ta > lor could not remember of
Mr. Uathbono being at his house on that
day , ami gave no ln"orm.itlon regirdlng a.-
leged liack ride of Uathbone and noyce.
The Hanna people are now considering
the matter of taking a hand in the investi
gation , and may subpoeni some witnesses.
Including the leaders In the anti-IIanna
movement , and others who may have Information
mation that Is desired to be brought out.
A list of possible witnesses Is slid to have
There will bo no further meetings of the
committee this week.
Mill" I iiiiiiiiniTN MlN Cnii ill ill ) CM.
HOUSTON" , Tex. , Fob 2. Senator Roger
Q. Mills announces himself a candidate for
re-election to the United States senate. He
devotes a majority of his announcement to
the tariff , and will evidently try to
make that the i'suo on which
the fight Is to bo waged but
Governor Culber-on , his opponent , will make
the silver question the ono to bo fought
out. The fight will vo'y likely resolve Itself
Into n question of silver against tariff as the
predominant national issue In Texas.
m ivrs < > % TIIH HIMO TU vric * . .
IIcnvv Ilottlnur.HlioiiuIi lint TT o Tu
tor-It I-N Win.
NHW OULHANS. Pel ) . 2-Tip Merchants'
handicap at .1 mile and n sixteenth , the
stake event todny , wns won In hollow stjlo
bj" HonnlnRton & Gardner's Maznrlne. Jill
waukee , the favorite , wits ridden' with poor
Judgment , and though only two favorites
won , the vvlnncrH , excepting In the l.iBt r.u e :
weio all well played. Tno wenther was
fine and thu tr.tek good , ncaults
First race , Belling , ono mile : Queen Mai )
won , Possum btcomlVoIina third , lime :
Second race , handicap , six furlongs : Sim
W won , J. A. Ornj' Heeond , Everest third.
Time : l-li.
Third nice , selling' , ono mile and n six
tcenth : Ivabengula won , Ills Hrother second
end , lied Duehess third. Time ; 1 ri')4.
Pourth race , Merchants' hitndlcap , ono
mile and a sixteenth Mazarine won , Judto
Stoadman second , Milwaukee filid , Time1
'pifili race , six furlongs : Taknnnsseo won ,
Johnny Mellalu second , Pert third , llmo :
'sixth race , selling , seven nnd a half fur
longs : Jim Flood won , Springtime second ,
MitKKlo S third. Time ; 1 .17.
SAN FHANCISCO , Fob. 2 Weather
cloudj1 , track fall , at Inglesldo today , The
t'nlid race wna declared off and a inllo purse
race substituted , Hesults
First laeo , maidens , thrto-olghths of n
mile , purse : Santollo won , Alllt Vountr second
end , Odd Hyes third. Tlmo. 03714.
Second race , helllnfr , seven furlonps : Kain-
sln won , Plan becond , Morimi third. Time :
'Wlrd rnco , ono mllo1 Oeorgo Leo won ,
Polish betond , MHS | Itoss third Time ; 3-J i
1'ouith rate , selling ; ono mile and a , hair
Llttlo Cripple won , Don Clartnclo second ,
Tno Hacholor third Time2 37'k.
Fifth race , stceplechafao handicap , short
And rest for tired mothers In a warm hath
nlthCuncuiu BoAi andatdnglaappllcatloii
of CUTICUHX ( ointment ) , the great akin cure ,
CUTICUJIA IlEMEDiLd alfonl Instant relief ,
and point to a speedy cure of torturing , ills-
fiiurln ; | ; , humiliating , Itching , burning , hlccd-
Jut ? , crusted , scaly skin nnd scalp bunion ,
with los of hair , vvhun all Use falls.
Ml ikrouitiool i In oMJ. I otttH Iikia to Cut * .
C * w , Hole Prop * , floilon
( T3 * "Ho * tu Cufi 8klu Torture 1 BibUi , " free.
imlli , oUALr cincum
course1 McMor won. Oovcrn- Hudd second
end , Presidio third Time : 4 07 % .
Sixth race , purse , seven furlonfo : Mnxllto
won , Prlnco Tyrant second , Udgar T Un
11 thlnl. Time.
§ ( Sjrner J'lUn fn o > - In "Sleep.
VA1.T.IUO , Cal. , Pcb. ! . The Casey-
Stclrntr glove contest last night did not
begin until a. late hour. Stclzner won In
the el6\cnth round , l.on Agncvv was chosen
referee and the men wern to light twenty
lounds for a decision , The tight was % eiy
slow until the fourth round , when Casey
became nggrei'lvo , landing three times In
quick suceesilon on Stelzner'a Jnvv. This
opened the lighting and In the ilfth Stelzncr
brought his antagonist to his knees with n
left on the neck Cney then assumed thA
aggre < sslvo and up to the ninth he appeared
to have n little the better of the contest ,
Then Stelrnct changed Jil tactics ami began
to lead. Ho landed , hard on wind , ribs nnd
jaw nnd Ca ey could not return the punish
ment The tenth louiid was nil In Strlrner's
favor and In the eleventh \lclous right on
the Jaw put Cvsey to sleep.
Tuo AVtM'kN llnolncr nt Drliirr.
nnXVnil , IVb S. It has been decided to
give two weeks of racing , Juno U to 25 ,
next summer , nt ( Hcrland pnik. Tlio pro
gram will Include running , ttottlng and
pacing races each dnv.
\ii-.lrnlluu ! < llffrat tlio
MntiHOUHN'n , I Vb. 2.-Tho Australians
today by eight uv-lckets won the test match
with the visiting team oC Kngllsh cricket-
Miner * l.i nrli n Vlnrili'fcr.
9GATTM3 , Teb. S The steamer Alliance
nrrl\cd today fiom Copper river , brlt Mng
the news of a double murder ami lynching
nt Vnldes on January 2. M. r. Tanner , n
Montana cowboy , killed A , A. Call of Worth
tngton , Minn. , nnd William I.ee of Massa
chusetts. The miners hanged Tanner next
"Mnnlorcrartl IN lloo
GAI'KN'A , Knn. , Tcb. -Dick Ward , the
negro murderer of Dennis lirown , who
escaped from the mob here last Monday ,
was captured In Joplln todnv. Ho had the
hainlruffs Illcd oft bv a farmer , lie will
probabl ) be given n hearing here on Mon
day , the 1 } itching foellnjr having abated.
run 'ronvvsVIVTIHU. .
I'nli' niul Warmer , nllh
. Miiitlui'UlniN. .
WASHINGTON , Tob. 2. rorceast for
Tor Nebraska , Tow a nnd Kansas Gen
erally fair , wanner , outhcil > winds
Tor Missouri Generilly fair , wanner ,
variable winds , heeomlng soiitacily.
Tot Wjomltife' r.alr ; wanner , variable
Tor South Dikota Partly clondv , warmer ,
orricn op TIII : WKATIIKU mmiiAt' ,
OMAHA , Feb. - Omah i tecord of tern-
pel iture and r.ilnf.ill compared with the
da > of the hist thtee vears
1Mb 1VI7. 1VI8 ISfi
temperature. . . 21 .11 W 31
Minimum Umperatme. . . . 2 21 2S 0
Avenge temperature 11 27 .11 ll >
llnlnfnll OJ 00 00 .01
llecord of tempei.iture and pteclpltiitlon
at Om ih i for this daj nnd blnce Match 1 ,
Xottnal for the dav 23
Dtllclency for tliL dav 12
Accumulated excess since March 1 . . . . Bi9
Noiiml rilnfall foi the d 02 I IK i
i\cess ot deficiency foi the d ly 00 Inch
Total lalnfnll blncc March 1. . . . 2044 Inches
Ddldeiuv since Much 1 10 V > Inches
i\cessforeor ] > eiloil l < inG 6 n Inches
Deficiency for coi period , 1SJ5 . . 11 JO Inches
U < ! > ' " < M friini SlallniiH at S ] > . in.
STATIONS AND STATE OP
Onnlia clenr 10 | 21 01
North I'lutte clear . . . . . .HI 2h 00
hilt Uikc Cltj , clouily 30 M 00
C'hp > cnm > ck.tr II 00
Ititpld Clt > iloui 20
ChlCTKo , clear . ,
VVIllSton , clear . . .
St I-oul" , clnr 10 5C ;
SI I'nil partly elouclj 2
llelcni , ck ir . ' 1 21
Knn is Clt > , clenr
Havre clenr 1C 22
llKinarck cleir K 21
Onlxc&ton , clinr _ _
"T Inill'-ntes tince or pri > clltntlon. |
li A. WELSH , Local Toreiast Olllclal.
Mrs. A. II. Crausby , of 158KorrSb. ,
Memphis , Tenn. , paid no attention
to a small lump in ncr breast , but
into a cancer of
the most ) malig
nant type. The
best ; physicians
in New York treated her , and fin
ally declared her case liopclcss.
As a last resort , S. S. S.vas given ,
nnd an immediate ! improvement re-
fciiltedjn few bottles
tles cured Iter
completely , and
nosign of thcdis-
ease lias return
ed for ten years.
Hooks on Cancer free ; address Bwltt
rieelflo Co. , Atlanta. fa. !
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL , ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS ,
In Bold under positive V.'rlttcn uarnntce ,
by authorized agents onlj , to euro Weak Memory ,
UiziinoflBVakcfulno8H , 1'itn , Hvxtoria , Quiek.
n.'sg , Night Losses , Lvil Dreams. Lnck uf Conli.
lonoo , Korvousnoia , Liissltudo , nil Drains , Youthful -
ful Krrors , or ISxcosflivoUpo of Tobacco , Opium ,
nr Liquor , which loads to Mlnery , Consumption ,
Iiibanity nnd Upnth. At Dtoro or by mail , 21 n
box : BIX for f > ; with written uiinrniituo to
euro or ruftmil nioticy. Mainplo Jinck-
nuo , contnlninR flvo dnja' trentmont , witli full
inBtructinns , 5 cents. Ono tmmplo only Bold to
each poreon. Atatoronrbymail.
' Eslra Strcnglh. j
'Por Impotency , Ixsg ol
1'owor , Lost tlunhood ,
Htorihty or Hnrronnopu'
ntl a bnzi six for $5 , wltli
written ( r
tocurofnaOdujo , Atfltoro
M ) em IIIlloii Drtiu Co , , S. K. Cornel
intli niul Kuril 11 m Six. . Oiniilin , Nub.
Vir Ill | U far unnnturtS
dlicbtr if , tndtnmiailooi ,
IrrlUtlcm Or ulcfrtlonl
of uiuraui nieuilronw.
r Vioti eenuiioo. Pt'nlni ' , and not MlrlD *
jTHlEHIIlCHtUICIlOO * ' " ' , "r. '
JB pltn ( wt.pj f
irt ill , DreMild , lot
. or I botliw , | ] .I9 ,
VV o vrlll konil rou D Ota 15) ) day trial
troatmnnt uf tto > reuthkU iuodr
CALTMO8 frie , ( ol.u Ji. ) nuJ
a leeal tuaraateo that C'ALTliOB Hill
STOI' DUclmrito end I mlitloni ,
CJUlll' l < rnii4lurrku urlioitlc ,
und Itl.S'l OKI : J.u.t V Igor , 11
e ItconU ynu nothing to try It.
VonMOhlCO. DO ) BL l Jmrrlr > l4fUC1ii > lai. > lln.
Results Tell ,
The chair made
vacant by death it
alwav * n * ael re
minder. It l e .
clnlly sad when
it ii mother's
clmlr AH ovet ,
thi broad Ifttul
there arc vacant ,
chairs that would I
Ftlll be occttplce !
Af by healthy , happy ,
radlnnt mother ? if i
women \votitd but realize the Impottnnce of i
keeping well in n womanly way. Women i
c.innot too foon undcrMnnd that it it little' '
Ic'i than a crime to neglect the health
of the orB.ni1 > to nhlcli nrc itttrtfited the
perpetuation of n healthy , robust race
of human beingi lly ncRlcct of these
organi n woman ruins her own health , de
stroys the hipplneis of her home , nnd fails
in the performance of the most etiblituo
duty that she ovvct to the world.
The beit medicine for women who arc
\ vcakvhcte Nature demand * ) the most
strcnrjUt ii Dr I'icrce's 1'avotltc Treicrifv
tion It netellrcctly upon the orR-in-i that
inakc motherhood poisiblc. It cures nil1
weakliest nnd disease tint exists there nnd
stops nil diittcitin ? , debilitating drains It
prepares a vv omiin for motherhood and lu
sttres n licallliy bnby It maUcs the comihp ;
of btby casv nnd almost painlc * * Druj ;
f-itta who oiler Fottictliintr "just ns Rood"
nrc cither ignorant or dishonest and in
cither cn c nrc not to be trusted
"t Imil licclinKrcftt sufferer for j rnr with fe-
nnlc vveakncM , " write * Mrs tolin llownle , of
No. 543 l.cxltipton Avenue , iMdjitonc , Delaware
Co.lM "CouUl not walk three f.qnarci vvllhoul
terrible mifTctltiR I also hml n | nln In my Icll
Ride for seven vears until I iiicil Dr rlcrce'a
Oolite ! ! Mcillcnl Discovery T.ivntlte Trescrltv- ,
lion' ntul' Vlcawtit relicts' My pain Ins lell ,
me nltoRcthcr Have hail no sj tnfitoms of It nl
nil fortwovcirs Cnnnalk tv % oor three miles nt
n time niul U ilocs not hurt me I cannot tccom
meMiil Dr ricicc'siiicillcincshlchlyciioURli My
tliughtcr nl o Ins n cil v our incillcfncs w Ith ijrcat
benefit she was operated upon for nppcmucltli
ntul hid fnlntlti ) ; ( spells from It Stic took the
Gotilcn Mcilicil Discovcrj' . ' ' 1'avotltc I'rc
pcrlptlon,1 "Hxlract of Smart Went , ntul th <
M'leisant 1'cllcts' ntul lias not hml nny faint
lug spells for oncvctr When she commenced
to like H she \\eiRhed 95 pounds now ha
vvclRhs 140 pounds"
Constipation ! It ii the fountain hcnd of
linny diseases. It causes impure blood
nttd nil tmnner of disorders are the result
Ir 1'ierce's Plcns.mt 1'cllcts cure constipi.
lion I'lomptly. Surely. I'crnnncntly.
They nev er pripe Drucctsts sell them.
'f J/sZs I
Jlnilnntnollef. Cnrplnr.divs . Never rrtiirni .
It ulllKlmlK fi nd tMiin > nuiTi n r innilnln | n nhil |
( imdnpu rilir. : n iirorrlptlnn vlili full ill roc I
jllnln fur iKiulcU.i rhntudin r rlnM Vlnnliiuul.r ,
iMBlit Iii"i . Ne"\mi Iilllll\ , ' -mull WinkV
] lnili > . \aMiii < rli > nr . II.Vrlclit AliiHlcS
! % % . Mni-M '
Mjcrs-Dlllnn Ui JR Co , 9 H. Cnr ICtn nnd Far-
nam StreetB Oniuna , NeU
11 } I'm tiliiiNliiK lioodH Mmlr lit thu l-'ol-
liMvIllKT .Nl'lll ll.sKll rill-till I 'M.
ASKINGS AND TENTS.
onii v 'IIM < VM > 111111111:11 en.
( &ucceE--orD Omnlm Tent nnd AwnliiR Co )
Manufacturers tents , uvvnlnRB , Jobbers liullcs unj
cents' Mackintoshes. Tents for rent. 1311 l"ar-
nam St. , Omnlm
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
611 vii v IIHIIUIM ; ASSOCITIOV
Carload shipments mndc In our own refrig
erator cars Illue Hlbban 13IIU Ilxjiort , Vlennt
Export nnd Family Export dellveicd to nil parti
of the cll > .
o. r. niM3Mirii ,
IV < : M : COIIMCH
Mnniifncturcr of Oalvanlzcd Iron Cornices Clal.
vnnlzed Iron MollRlits Tin , Iron mil Slnt
Itoolini ; AKCnt for KInnenr'a bteel CclllnB.
108-10-12 North Elovtilth street.
AMIKICAIIISCUIT \M > MIT. , co.
Wholesile Cracker Manufacturers.
OMAHA , NE11
sciionn * . vnc's TVIcrrv IJYU
\vonivs. i.ii riii-iiniii st.
D > elnK nnd cleaning of gnrmentt nnd Roods ot
evorj description Clearlne of line Knnncnts n
s. r. C.II.M \ \ .
riour , fenl , Teed. Jtran , 1013 IS 17 North 17lh
Street. Omaha , Neb C n lllaclc , Manager.
Ti lejdione 6'J2
DAVIS .t COWfillilj IHON WORKS.
Iron mill III IIHN I'oiniiliTH.
Manufacturers nnd JoMiera of Machinery Gen.
etnl repairing n i-picl/ilty. / 1501 , IMS nnd 1C05
Jncl'fon street , Om ilia Net )
\voomi\N i.iNsnnn tin
Manufacturers old process rnw llnieed oil , ket
tle liotled llnn'cd oil , oil prneepu f'ioiind llnecetl
cnl > iB , eround und screened llnxhted for ilruf-
OMAHA , NEli.
LXDUNQES MA'I TRESSES.
Ij , ( i. DOITP.
Manufacturer L/nmscs , Couclu i MattrcEtcs Jotx
her of bprlnt ; JlL'ds und I't.UMcra Ul-413 boutli
OM III \ linDIHMi CO.
Manufacturers of lilhh Krndu Mnttrefees , 1302-4 4
Vlcholan btrect , Omaha.
OVERALL AND B1I1RT TACTORIES.
K \T/-M5Vn\S COMI'AM' . t
MferJ ClothlnB runts , fihlrts , Ovcralli.
OMAHA , NEIL
811 HIT FACTORIES.
J. II. KV\VS ,
M3IIIISICi Sll HIT CO1IIM\V.
Exclusive custom shirt tnllora , 1515 rurnnm.
VINEGAR AND TICKLES.
\\H3i \.NV vi\i : < ; \u co.
M nnufncturers of Vlnegnr , I'lcklts Catsupn ,
Muktards , Celery an3 Worce tcr hlro Sauec.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
Tor n BooJ sut < tantla | vehicle of any dfscrln
lion , for rcpilntlnw or Jiiliher tlre on new or old
vv hi els the bt'fct place U 27th und lAavuniorth
DIUJMMOM ) OAKUI.Uii : CO.
Cheap medium priced nnd tony carrlagfu.
Any thlni ; ) ou want , second hand or new Head ,
quarte-a for ruulitr tlrui. vvnrianted , 18th anil
Hurncy , oiipoilto Cuurt IIoui-c.
A. J. SIUI'SO.N ,
t IOO , 1111 DnilKi- .
rull line of CfirrloKi-B , Ilugslen. I'haetons , ronjr
Carts Wheels rubber tired. The l > et la the
nn\i : A. co ,
factory In the went Load I nit Jobber *
tt Oinalia. Kansas City , Lincoln anil ht , Jotepli
Uondlii our kfoUn. 1060 Fanum Etntt.
Powered by Open ONI