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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, .JUNE 2, 1WG.
R SA&REB HERITAGE.
JUST the right proportions of the medicinal principles
of Golden Seal root, Queen'i root, Stoue root, Black
' Cherrybark, Bloodroot and Mandrake root with chem
ically pure, triple-refined glycerine, as combined in Dr.
Pierce's GolJen Medical Discovery, has proven a most
tfKcient remedy for the cure of quite a variety of most
obstinate chronic ailments.
Trnf. R. Bartholow, M. D., of Jefferson Med. College;
Dr. C of New York ; Prof. Johnson, of Medical Depart
ment l uiversity of New York ; Prof. Jno. King, M. D., and
Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D.. of Cincinnati; Prof. Hale,
of Chicago; Prof. Ellingwood, M. D., of Bennett Medical
College, Chicago, and a host of other leading and standard
authorities of all the several schools of practice, extol, in
strongest terms, Golden Seal root as a remedy in all catar
rhal affections whether of the nasal passages, throat, bron
chia, stomach, intestines, or f other regions where the
mucous surfaces are affected, as in pelvic catarrh of females,
catarrh of the bladder, and in fact in ail catarrhal affections
of whatever organ or part.
. In catarrh of the nasal passages it is well to cltaase the
affected surface three time a day with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy solution, while taking the "Golden Medical Dis
covery n for its constitutional effects.
Stone root is'another wonderful efficient remedial agent
as combined in "Golden Medical Discovery in curing all
catarrhal affections wherever located. It is also a specific
for valvular and other affections of the heart as shown by
Prof. Win. Paine, M. D., Author of ," New School Practice,"
who cites most distressing cases of heart disease cured by it.
Prof. Ellingwood, M. D., extols it as a tonic in enfeebled
muscular structure of the heart, and also combined with
Golden Seal (as in "Golden Medical Discovery ") for catar
rhal dyspepsia, chronic or obstinate diarrhea and kindred
ailments. , '
-. The Black Cherrybark, Queen's root, and Bloodroot
also add greatly to the efficacy of the " Discovery " in the cure
of all catarrhal affections as also in the cure of obstinate
cases of throat, laryngeal and bronchial catarrhal affection,
attended with hang-on-coughs.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substi
tute for this old reliable, professionally endorsed "Discov
ery " op known composition. It is non-alcoholic as well
Study the medicinal properties and uses of the root of
Golden Seal,' one of the most valuable of our American
forest plants, as set forth in a little book of extracts made
up by Dr. Pierce from the standard works of the leading
medical writers and teachers of the several schools of prac
tice,' and it will be conclusively apparent to you that a med
icine like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which is
rich in all the curative principles abounding in Golden Seal
root, so highly extolled by the most eminent medical men,
must be surpassingly efficacious in the cure of many obsti
nate and distressing ailments and especially so in all catar
rhal affections of the mucous surfaces, whether of the nasal
passages, throat, or bronchia or of the stomach, bowels,
bladder or other pelvic organ Scarcely less valuable than
the properties of Golden Seal, in a curative way, are the
several medicinal principles extracted from sStone root,
Queen's root, Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot and Mandrake
root, all of which are harmoniously blended with triple
refined glycerine in "Golden Htdical Discovery."
In. the cure of acrofulous swellings, enlarged glands,
open eating ulcers, or old sores, the "Golden Medical Dis
covery " has performed the most marvelous cures. In cases
of old sores, or open eating ulcers, it is well to apply to the
open sores Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which possesses
wonderful healing potency when used as an application to
the sores in conjunction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery" as a blood cleansing constitutional treatment.
If your druggist don't happen to have the "All-Healing
Salve " in stock, you can easily procure it by inclosing fifty
four cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by return
post. Moat druggists keep it as well as the "Golden Med
Do not expect too much from the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It will not work miracle's. , It .
will not cure consumption in its advanced stages. No med
icine will. Nor is the " Discovery " so good for a sudden
attack of acute cough, but for the lingering, obstinate, hang-on-coughs,
accompanying catarrhal, 'throat, laryngeal and
bronchial affections, it is a most efficacious remedy. " In
cases accompained with wasting of flesh, night-sweats, weak
stomach and poor digestion with faulty assimilation, and
which, if neglected are apt to lead to consumption, the "Dis
covery " has proven wonderfully successful in effecting cures.
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Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness, sick and
bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or constipation of
the bowels, loss of appetite, coated tongue, sour stomach,
windy belchings, "heartburn," pain and distress after eating,
and kindred derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels.
Put up in glass vials, tightly corked, therefore always fresh
and reliable. vThey regulate, invigorate and cleanse the
liver, stomach and bowels.
A good medical book, written in plain English, and free
from technical terms, is a valuable work for frequent con
sultation. Such a work is Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, in plain English, or Medicine Simplified. It's
a book of 1008 pages, profusely illustrated with wood cuts
I and colored plates. It is given away now, although formerly
sold in cloth binding for $1.50. Send 21 cents, in one-cent
stamps, to pay for cost of mailing only for paper-covered
copy, addressing Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.; or 31
cents for an elegantly cloth-bound copy. It gives over 200
prescriptions for the treatment of acute and chronic
HEALTH is a ' eritage so sacred and precious that no
one can afford to experiment with it by making use
of cheap, give away, "trial bottles" of medicine of
unknown composition. When an invalid, weak, nervous
woman takes Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription she knows
exactly what she is using. By reading the list of its in
gredients, aai printed on its bottle-wrapper, and attested
under sacred oath as being full and correct, she will see that
it contains no alcohol, no narcotics or other harmful or habit
forming drugs, and that only pure glyceric extracts of native,
American, medicinal roots, which have received the highest
praise from the most eminent medical men of this country
as remedies for woman's ailments, enter into its composition.
Dr. John Fyfe in eclectic medical review says of
Unicorn root Helonias Dioica), which is one of the chief in
gredients of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription:
"A remedy which invariable acts as a uterine invigor
ator makes for normal activity of the entire repro
ductive system. In Helonias we have a medicament which
more fully answers the above purpose than any other drug
with which I am acquainted." He continues, "In the treat
ment of diseases peculiar to women it is seldom that a case
is seen which does not present some indication for this
remedial agent.?. Dr. Fyfe goes on to point out some of the
symptoms and morbid conditions in the cure of which
Unicorn root is especially efficacious; among these he men
tions pain or aching in the back, with pelvic catarrh, weak
conditions of the womanly organs, despondency and irritabil
ity of temper arising from chronic disease of the organs dis
tinctly feminine, amenorrhaea, suppressed or absent monthly
periods, derangements of digestive organs, dragging sen
sations in extreme lower part of abdomen and kindred
This Helonias, or Unicorn root is most faithfully rep
resented by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which is rich
in its medvr.'or principles. Not less important, in Dr.
Pierce's estimation for the cure of woman's peculiar weak
nesses and diseases, are Golden Seal root, Blue Cohosh root,
Black Cohosh root and Lady's Slipper root, all of which
enter into the "Favorite Prescription."
Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Bennett Med. Col
lege, Chicago, says of Golden Seal root: "It is an import
ant remedy in disorders of the womb. In all catarrhal con
ditions and general enfeeblement, it is useful." Prof. John
M. Scudder, M. D., says of Golden Seal: "It is universally
regarded as the tonic in all debilitated states." Professor
Bartholow, of. Jefferson Med. College, says of Golden Seal:
"Valuable in uterine hemorrhage (bleeding), menorrhagia
(flooding) and congestive dysmenorrhcea (painful monthly
periods)." Of Black Cohosh Prof. John King, M. D.,
Author of "Woman and Her Diseases, " says: "In dysmenor
rhcea (painful periods), it is surpassed by no other drug-."
After reading the above who can doubt that Dr. Pierce
has compounded his " Prescription " from the most valuable
agents known to medical science for the cure of those chronic
diseases peculiar to women for which' he recommends it ?
You can't afford to accept any secret nostrum of un
known composition and of questionable merit as a substi
tute for this professionally endorsed and time-tested remedy
OF known composition, simply that some unprincipled
dealer may make a little larger profit. Don't expect it to
perform miracles but give it a fair, persevering trail and it is
not likely to disappoint you. It won't "disolve tumors"
no medicine will. It ut'll cure a larger percentage of all
curable ailments which especially afflict womankind than
any other medicine sold by druggists for that purpose.
Is modesty. Whatever threatens her delicate sense of
modesty, frightens her. For this reason many a woman
permits disease of the delicate womanly organs to become
aggravated because she cannot bring herself to submit to
the ordeal of unpleasant questionings, offensive examinations,
and obnoxious local treatments, which most physicians think
necessary. Doubtless thousands of women who have taken
advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer of free consultatiqn by letter,
have been led to do so by the escape thus offered from a
treatment repugnant to modesty.
Any sick woman may write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
N. Y., in perfect confidence; all letters being treated as
6trictly private and sacredly confidential, and all answers
being sent in plain ' envelopes with no advertising or other
printing upon them. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
been long hailed as a "God-send to women." It makes
weak women strong and sick women well. It enables
women suffering from "female weakness," prolapsus uteri,
retroversion, anteversion, and other displacements of the
organs distinctly feminine, to cure themselves right in the
privacy of their homes. . Pelvic catarrhal drains, painful
or irregular periods, backache, frequent headaches, weak
nerves, dragging-down pain or distress in the lower abdomi
nal, or pelvic region, gnawing sensation in stomach, diz
ziness, or faint spells, and kindred conditions and symptoms
are cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It's not a
secret or patent medicine, against the use of which mast
people of intelligence naturally object, but is, in fact, tha
" Favorite Prescription " of a regularly educated and experi
enced physician in the treatment of woman's peculiar ail
ments and who is not afraid to publish all its ingredients, as
he does, on its bottle-wrapper, attesting the correctness of
the same under oath. It contains neither alcohol nor
harmful habit-forming drugs, being a pure glyceric extract
of curative principles found in our most valuable native,
medicinal roots, as attested by many of the most eminent
medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of
. 4 .4 . nr
A little booklet of numerous, professional endorsements
will be sent to any address, post-paid, and absolutely free if
you request same by postal card, or letter, of Dr. R. V.
Pierce, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
IVES DEAL STILL PUZZLE
Carpeting Linei Enow Wabash Bid it, but
Want to Know How.
MILWAUKEE ROAD FALLS . INTO LINE
Loral Dry Goods Jobbers Annoance
Their Intention to Patroalso
Goald Lla for Wall a
Local railroad officials are all at sea over
the cornering of the dry goods business by
D. O. Ives, traffic- manager of the Wabash.
None has bom able to figure out Just how
It was brought about and considerable
speculation Is being Indulged In. However
It was done It is a (act the Wabash Is get
ting the business and the others are hold
ing the 'sack.
The Milwaukee has followed the lead of
the Oient Western and the Wabash and
filed a notice with the Interstate Com
merce Commission that after May 25 It
will aaaume the marine Insurance. In the
original tariff as published It is specifically
stated that the marine insurance Is not
Included In the publlnhed rate. The as
sumption of this charge on business from
the east to Missouri river points makes
twite a reduction in the cost of transportation.
Thinking that s
n? was li the wind
the representative of one of tha Chicago
Omaha lines went to the two largest dry
goods jobbing houses In Omaha to, solicit
some of the business - and from each re
ceived the same reply:
"We are going to give this business for
a time to Mr. Ives on personal grounds."
If Mr. Ivr has succeeded In cornering
this business, for k year or a longer length
of time he has accomplished a good work
for his road, while ostensibly playing golf
In Omaha at. the Country club. What was
dme to get this business will be a pussle
In railroad circles until further develop
ments reveal the true situation. One prom
inent railroad man said:
"Whether Mr. Ives has promised to pub
lish a reduction In this class of goods In
consideration of his getting the business Is
a matter which time will have to develop."
Lack of Material for Shops.
Work on the new shops In the Union Pa
cific yards has not been progressing as
fast as the offloers of the road would wish
because of scarcity of material. The build
ing which looks to be the most complete la
the office building, which looms up so It
can be seen with Its tile root from many
parts of the city. This building will re
quire an Immense amount of work on tha
Inside, as It la to be one of the most com
plete railroad office buildings ever built.
J Superintendent McKeen has arranged for
I every comfort for tha men employed and
i the Interior finish will he beautiful and
substantial. The other buildings are being
pushed as fast as material can be secured.
Haannford Pleasure Trip.
J. M. Hannaford, second rlca president
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H VStC FIELD
100 TAILOR MADE SUITS
Regular $22.50, $25 and $27.50 Values
At Quick C-Cl
All of Them
This jjrt'ut Suit Sale is one of such importance as to at
tract wide attention among economical women who appreci
ate the unuual combination of quality, style and economy,
Jt is a rare opportunity.
The olTor embraces every correct ami newest style.
They come in the popular eton and pony coat effects, also in
the tight-fitting imnlelo with the new style skirts.
Materials are Voiles, P&n&mu, Broad- f
cloths, Worsteds- and Mixtures $22.50,
$25.00 and $27.50 Values; on Sale at ..... ,
Up to S10.00 Stylish Jackets at $4.95 .
For Saturday wo placo on sal over 100 Jaunty Coats, mad of all
wool covert cloth or fancy mixtures. In either fitted or loose styles. Koiue
are lined with satin and some are unllned.
These garments will come rery useful during the coot summer ry fl f"
evening and at the low price they are now ottered you can- UJ
- not afford to be without one 17.60. 8.?K and f 10.00 f
Great Waict Selling
Jjst one week ago we announced a Special Waist Sale and the
l undreds of customers who visited the store were more than pleased
'with our large display of fine styles and the special values. The sale
is now at Its best.
Scores ef fresh new styles will be shown for the first time Saturday.
THS SPECIALS ALB PRICKS
95c, 1.75 and 2.50
of the Northern Pacific, was in the city
a short time Friday morning, coming with
his family over the Northwestern from St.
Paul and leaving shortly afterward on the
Union Pacific for Los Angeles. He said
his trip was purely personal, as he was
going to Los Angelea to attend the wedding
of a relative.
"Four lines In your paper will do for
me," said Mr. Hannaford. "for I have dis
carded buslnesa for this trip."
When asked concerning the fish In the
waters of Minnesota Mr. Hannaford said:
"The lakes of Minnesota are surprising
everyone. We have had lots of rain this
spring and lakes which were about given
up as flnhl ig places have filled to their
normal level and we still have the best
state lor Ph in the union."
Two Inferaal Rleaseats.
Wyoming has two Industries which bid
fair soon to be turning out an immense
dslly tonnage for the railroads to move
out of the state. One Is a salt well at
Cambria, which will be In operation In
thirty days. This Is pumped around a big
hill to a point near the railroad station.
The other la sulphur from the Big Horn
oountry. Machinery has all been Installed
and It la thought thai a dally output of
109 tons will soon be moving.
Railway Netea aa4 Personals.
C. E. Bpens. general freight agent of the
Burlington, is in uenver.
A special train left Denver Thursday,
carrvina the different excursionists to Bos.
ton. Several meetings will be held In the
Hub' at the asms time and the low rales
have made quite a movement of people In
The book on "Utah" just Issued by
the psssenacr department of the Union
Pacific Railroad company Is regarded
aa the most complete work on the
state. Its resources, opportunities and cli
mate that has been published. Not only Is
the text most aattsfuutory In Its style and
the range of sub.tects covered, but the ac-
companylng tables or statistics furnish a
record of fact which ought to meet any
Question that could be anked bv one Inter.
ested In knowing of Utah In any line of
CONSOLIDATION UP TO' DATE
Fallare to lalte Treasury Heaalejaar
ters Irritates Paellc and
W ears en H. O. Flak.
Treasurer Fink has called tha attention
of the council to the fact that he needs
enlarged quarters in the city hall to com
plete the consolidation of the el'y and
county treasuries with convenience to the
public and economy. The council has
promised to make the arrangements at once
and will tuke up. the matter at the geneial
cum mi ties meeting Monday afternoon.
Mr. Fink has been overwhelmed of late
with complaints and protests front the
public because the law of consolidation
has not been carried out. While he Is
entirely unable to help matters that does
not satisfy the taxpayer who must have
himself hoisted Into the court house to
pay his county taxes and go over to the
city hall to pay his city taxes,
j "I thought these offices were consoll
j dated." retorted a weary taxpayer the
I other dsy who bad gone to the court ho'jse
to pay both county and city taxes.
They are."' replied Mr. Fink, "but the
headquarters have not been united yet
"And that explanation Is made many
times a day," said Mr. Fink. "It la not a
personal matter with me. I wish that
could be understood."
ONE KILLED AND FIVE HURT
Italian Workmen Caught hj Upsetting
-.- ', '; f Car of Bails, v
SCARCITY OF BRICKLAYERS
Ko Eaeaah Skilled Workmen to
sapplr Demand of Contractors,
Who Search Ertrtwktrs,
A great scarcity of bricklayers is now
confronting the builders of Omaha and tha
contractors have men In other cities looking
for men to assist In tee numerous buildings
which are going up In Omaha. Bricklayers
are paid fc4a renta an hour and there is an
Immediate need of at least fifty. As soon
as some rtf tha larwer building axe under
way many mora will be needed.
ALL EMPLOYES OF THE UNION PACIFIC
Accldeat Ocears la Sooth Omaha and
la Canned by One Car
Jinplng Track at
The upsetting of a car of rails on the
Union Pacific tracks at Twenty-ninth and
D streets, Bouth Omaha, at 8:60 Friday
morning brought death to one and Injuries
to Ave persons, all being Italian railroad
laborers who live In a work camp near the
tracks at Bheelytown.
COLO LOTTA, head and arms crushed.
Bern Matranga, legs crushed.
Joseph Matranjt. bark and legs Injured.
Tony Parlno, back crushed.
Domlnlco Onatursul, feet crushed and ribs
Vlto Matranco, back, 'arms and ribs
Locomotive No. (14, with two ears of rails,
was making the cross-over from the main
to the sidetrack, when one of the work car
jumped a rail and toppled aver, as the rails
had been loaded on one side of the car for
convenience In unloading at the point where
a new track Is being laid. The dead and
Injured workmen were on the rails and
were precipitated with such suddenness
they were unable to escape, being caught
beneath the heavy mass. Lotta was In
stantly killed. The other men were extri
cated quickly by their companions. The In
jured men groaned plteoualy until relieved
by the company surgeons. The Union Pa
cific ambulance and wrecking crew were
soon on the acene.
The Injured were removed to St. Joseph's
hospital, while Lotta's body was taken to
Brewer's undertaking establishment In
Bouth Omaha. Coroner Brailey will hold
an Inquest Saturday.
The Matranga brothers were the most
severely Injured of those who escaped being
Lotta's body could not be extricated until
two hours after the aclcdent. when the
wrecking crew removed the upturned car.
Railroad attaches were unable to account
for the acoident more than to say it was
one of those unfortunate affairs which hap
pen snd which cannot be explained.
WILLIAMS . GIRL STILL LOST
Tossg. Woman la Searched for
Her Father and Detective
- la Vain.
W. Williams of SM Miami street contin
ued the search for( his missing daughter
all day . Friday. He called at the police
station several times during -the day and
has Detective Moler working on various
An Inquiry at Grace Williams' boarding
place, 1722 Capitol avenue, brought the In
formation from Mrs. B. O. Sweaty, pro
prietress, that the girl left the house a
week ago last Thursday, saying she would
return In a week. Mrs. Sweazy also said
the girl had had several meetings In her
room with a young" man who always came
to the house between 10 and 11 o'clock at
night. Miss Williams appeared much agi
tated the last day she was at the Bweasy
Miss Williams' personal effects are still
at the boarding place. The authorities at
Des Moines have been requested to make
a search there for the girl, who Is thought
to have gone or was taken to the Iowa
Mrs. Rawltser declined to discuss the
case Friday morning. A servant at .the
Rawltser home said Earl Rawltser left Ws
home last Tuesday. On Tuesday evening
a detective called at the Rawltser home in
his search for the missing girl.
The county attorney said he would have
to locate the girl before taking any action
in the case.
Meanwhile no one knows or will tell
where Orsce - Williams or Earl Rawltser
Tb great nufneaiol,
sooihlnt sb4 hesltac Hal-
O I k saver leaves asear.
JUDGE AMIDON COMES HERE
North Dakota Jorlat Will Bit la the
Cases Aaalast the Cattle,
men In Omaha.
United States District Judge John F.
Ainldon of the district of North Dakota has
been assigned to annlft in the trial of the
cases pending before the United States
courts In the Nebraska district from May
21 to Novi-niber 30.
Judge Amldon Is expected to reach Omaha
Monday next In time for the opening of
the courts after Decoration day week re
cess. He probably will have charge of the
equity docket In the north court room.
The new panel of fifty petit jurors will
be here Monday for dutv ard It Is now
expected the present term of court will
continue without recess until after the
middle of July In any event. It Is expected
by that time to have cleared up the old
j circuit and district court dockets. It Is
hardly expected the cattlemen cases now
! under Investigation by the grand Jury and
i from a-hich Indictments have alrraily and
, may yet be returned, will be ready for
trial before September. The government,
: however, will be ready for the trials lin-
mediately upon the completion of the In-
" dlctments. but the defense will require
some time to prepare their lines.
INSPECTION TO BE RIGID
Fiamination of Ifeat and Foods to So
. Tightened, Bayi Council.
TALK OF CREATING A NEW " OFFICE
lo "-oilmen Ara of tho
Opinion that an Inspector
shoald Do Some In
apeetlagr. Measures ta make local inspection of
foods and meats rigid and thorough prob
ably will be ttken by the new council. The
excitement stirred up over the aliened lax
methods obtaining In packing plants ac
counts for some of the agitation, together
with the discovery by several coundlmen
that the position Of meat Inspector In
Omaha Is almost purely honorary, so far ns
any actual work is concerned. The Job
pays 100 a month and Councilman Bed
ford and others are Insisting on at least a
few dollars' worth of service a month.
There has been talk either of cresting
the new office of food Inspector or Increas
ing the scope of the meat Inspector's du
ties In the hope of results if he Is kept
busy during ordinary working hours.
Two Offices In Ona.
At present the office of meat Inspector la
combined with that of veterinary surgeon
and no one 'other than a skilled practi
tioner Is eligible. The inspection of food
is confined to animals Intended for slaugh
ter, carcasses and meats. Besides author
ity in cases of Infectious or contagious dis
eases among live stork the officer Is re
quired to treat all disabled and sick horses
in the Are and police departments. Tha
provision requiring the officer to devote all
hla time to duties as veterinarian and meat
inspector has been disregarded.
Whether Or not a separate office will be
created or the duties of the veterinarian
and meat Inspector enlarged Is a mooted
point. Although the powers of the health
department extend outside the city limits,
the ordinance limits the Jurisdiction of this
officer to the boundaries. He, therefore,
pays little or no attention to the packing
plants and abattoirs in Bouth Omaha.
No trouhle to llnd lost articles if you
advertise for them In the "Lost" column
on The Bee want ad page.
King Cactua Oil
Speedily cures u, (praise, braise, old
sons, twHlur, f rul hi tee. chapped hsad.
barbed wlro cuts on animals, iinm
ssd uddl sails, Btsas, koa,aad all hurts
o man or beast.
At dnisiuu la lie, 0e sad 11 bottle, st
d SB nunsttui. r s prepaid tf in
BiaantKMrer. OLNtY MoOAlO,
Clinton. Iowa. It font ems:M ceaaut
far sale by
SKormtri H McConrtell
BUCKLEY MUST PAY COSTS
Man Who fiets Fifteen Tears Shall
Pat t n Kspeneoa of Ills
James J. Buckley, who wss rouvlrted of
holding up an Albright saloon and was
sentenced to fifteen year In the peniten
tiary by Judge Sutton, w!ll have to pay the
oot of the prosecution. Judge Kennedy
having found for the state in the garnish
ment proceedings against Buckley.
Immediately after the trial County At
torney Slaheugh garnished iO which had
been placed in the hands of ex,-Sherlff
Power for Buckley. Ijiter Harry P. Spen
cer, who gave the money to Power, Inter
vened and claimed the title to the money
did not pass to Buckley until Buckley had
made a formal demand on Mr. Power for
It. Tb court decided against hjra. The
cost ei ths prooeouUoa amounted m about
For those who wish to attend the Christian Scientists'
meeting at Boston, Mass., and any others who may wish
to take advantage of the low rates, a special train of stand
ard Pullman sleeping cars will be run through to Boston,
leaving Union Depot, Omaha,
At 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, June 6th
Arriving Boston 5:20 p. m. June 8th
& St. Paul Railway
Route of train will he via Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway to Chicago, Wabash, West Shore and Bos
ton & Maihe R. R., Chicago to Boston.
ROUND TRIP RATE $29.75
Via Hew York City $33.75
Sleeper, one way, double berth $8.00
Stop-overs allowed at Detroit, Buffalo and Niagara
Falls going and returning, and at New York City returning.
Tickets honored via boat betwtn Detroit and Buffalo and
between Albany and New York City, no extra expense ex
cept meals and berths.
For Pullman reservations and full information write
to or call on,
llll FAtNAM ST. OMASA.
F. A. NASH.
CE.VEIAI VYESTEI1 ACOT
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