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2 THE OMAHA DAILY i : ' SATURDAY. MAY 14 , 1887.
ROME STOCK AT A PREMIUM. The Dfinvor Sluggers Defeated By the Omaha Team Yesterday Afternoon , SALISBURY WILL PITCH TO-DAY. lleanltB of Otlior Diamond Contests Yesterday Good Itaclng at Ijouls- vlllo Closing Day of the Mary land Meeting. Tlio Denvcrs Do fooled. The Denver base ball cluti , which opened the league season by a series of victories , has been having hard luck outside of. Colorado. Hastings took two panics from them , Lincoln followed with three straight , and Onmlia added another.to Denver's lint of defeats In a prettily played game at the association Kfounils yesterday afternoon uy a score of 11 to 10. The game wns called nt ! 5:30 : o'clock In the presence of about .WO spectators. Jlcaly ana llartor formed the battery fur the homo team , with Sprout and Moyurs fur the visit ors , W. E. itockwell acted ns umpire In the absence of Hurley , who Is sick at Jlantlngi. The game. In most respects , was the best that has been ] > laycil on the home grounds this season , Ilenloy , fur the homo team , pitched an excellent rnme , managing to scatter the hits made on him so that tlio visit ors ) > rolitt > u but little by their battlmr. llartor worked like u Trojan behind the bat anil received quite nn ovation. Aided by Walsh he made two plays at the homo plato that were the taklnz feature. * or the iamo. Nader and ( ieiilni did urcat Hold work , whllo Me ltt , who was rather unlucky in the Held , more than redeemed himself by his work nt the bat. Walsh played a great came , an did Dwyer , Swift niul Uotirku. The visitors have a jewel In Meyer , who Is one of the best catchers who Im visited Omaha. .Spro.it was batted out of the box nml was succeeded In the seventh Inulni , ' by Sllch , who was also batted freely. The visitors play a good Intlcld jK\me and kept base stealing at a minimum. Thnlr out field , however. Is weak , and to this fact thny must attribute tholr dofeat. Tebean , the cranicy captain of the visitors , tried to run the tfatne after Ills fashion , nut subsided cnrly In thu contest after ho had been IInml 310 by Umpire Itockwell for sauclness. At the end of the eighth Innliu the name was called on account of niiu. J-'oliowln'j ; U the detailed score : OMAII.VS. I'O.-t. AU. It. 111. Til. IIS. I'd. A. K. Henley. Totals 41 11 1'J 25 1 2:1 : II 'J _ _ S m Spront Totals. . . . ; i 10 n 24 i 24 12 4 scoun nv iN.viMoq. Omaha 4 o a 3 2 0 o o ll Denver 2 200003 3 10 Jluns earned Omaha 4 , Denver 4. Two-base bits Mesiltta , Sllch. Three-base hits \Valah , Ilarter , SIIcli , hotton bases Omaha ! > , Denver 5. Struck out Hv Iltuloy 5 , Hproat U. Silch 1. Bases on balls By lle.jley 1 , Hjiroat 1 , Sllcll 3. . Passed balls Ilarter 3 , Meyer 1. Wild pitchM Sllch 2. llaies stolen Omaha 1 , Denver 1. Time ot name Two hours and live minutes. Umpire Itoclcwell. TO-PAY'S a AMI : . The spcond p mo ot the Denver-Omaha series will bo played this afternoon. Harry Salisbury has been signed wltlr the Omahas nnd will occupy the pitcher's bn < c this alter- noon , lie has bn n practicing lately nnd nays that ho feels tlm old ' 84 spirit and Is sure he can make It InterepUiiK for the visitors. To-nmrroxv O'Leary will pitch , nnd as hid arm Is In good trim a&iln , the odds are In favor of the homo team. The dubs will be positioned to-day as follows : OMAHA. POSITION. DKNVEB . Xrehineyer . 3 . flfpyer Salisbury . D . vow Uwyer . 1st . Smith Hwlft . g-M . McSorloy Rnnrko . : ! d . Tubeau Walsh . sa . Phillips Jlader . I . Sllch Uvaly. . . - in . Brljgs Wcssltt . r . 1 Jyan IIANDLH'B SITCCKSSOU. The directors of the Omaha Ua o Ball association met last night to consider the reMK'iiatlon ot l-'ranlc Handle as manager of the club. Handle rpfiiscd to furnish any rea sons for his resignation further than that ho had had onoinrh. Ilk resignation was no- ceutea ana John Phllbln chosen manager of the team. Handle \\111 probably be retained fta a plaj er. _ Only Tlireo Innlnss IMayoiI. iiixcoLx , Neb. , 3iay 13. [ Special Tele gram to the BEE.I To-day's game of Dall between llastlnics and Lincoln was called in the third Inning on account oC rain. Lip to that tliue the Llncolus had scored nine runs uul the visitors but one. .Miller , the new pitcher purchased from the Athletics of Phil- ndelnhln , occupied the box for the Llncolns , and in the two tub Incs played tbe sluggers from Hastings secured but one base hit. Ono thousand disappointed spectators left the park In the rain , tbe Llnculns having three inert on bases when game was called , National tieasue Game * . riTTSiiuuo , May 13. The result ot the contest between the Plttsuiir ? and Indian- npolls teams to-day was ns follows : PittsuurK . 1 oooooooi 'J Indianapolis . 0 0010011 * 3 Pitchers McCormlck nnd lloaly. Base tits PlttabutK 0 , Indianapolis 8. Krrors Pittsburi ; 3 , Indianapolis a. Umpire Quest. PHILADKLIMIIA , May 13. The eame be > tween New York and Philadelphia to-day resulted as follows : Philadelphia . 0 10004001 (1 ( New York . 0 00000010 1 Pitchers Ferguson nnd Wolch.Uaso hits- Philadelphia 11 , Now York 10. Krrors Philadelphia J , New York 7. Umpire Wilson. CHICAGO , May 13. The game between Chicago cage anU Detroit to-day resulted as fol lows : Chlcaso . 0 00004103 1 Detroit . 10 0 0 3 0 0 U * n Pitchers Pylo , Sullivan and Ilyan foi , Weldman tor Dotrolt. lla n hits- Chicago 15 , Detroit 23. Krrors-Chleaiio 5 , Ei Detroit 1. Umplre-Hentclp. 'k UOTTO.V , May W. The Kama between the 1 ' IJostonnnd Philadelphia teams toAlay re- Biiltod as follows : Hoston . 0 32004000 AVnshinsrton . 1 0 'J 0 o o 0 1 1 Pitchers Madden nnd Whitney. Base hit' Boston 11 , Washington 17. Krrors Boston 6 , U'ashlnBtou 7. _ The American Association. CixciNXATi , May 13. Tlia same to-day , octween Cincinnati und Metropolitan ie- suited as follow. : Cincinnati . .1 - 1 1C Metropolitan . 0 -1 Pitchers Mtillane and Shaffer. Base hits Cincinnati 20 , Metropolitan 8. Krrors- Clnclnnatl 3 , Metropolitan 0. Uuiulro- Vnlentlne. aLnui4yi.i.K , Mar 13. The game between liOtilsvlllu and Athletic to-day rcsulteU as folows : lioulsvllle . 0 1010101 0 1 Athldtle. . 0 00001000 : Pitchers Uninsey rtnd Hart. IJaso hit : Loulbvllle IS , Athletic 5 , Krrors Louis ville 5. Athletic 3. Umplro Uuthbort. ST. Louis , May ii. ; The parao botweer Bt , Louis and Baltimore to-day resulted as tollows : St. Louts . 1 0 0 S 5 1 0 1 0-11 Baltimore . 1 00000300 Pitchers Klnp nd Kilroy. Base hlttf-St Lnuls 17 , Baltlmoro VI. Krrors-St. Loul 0 , Baltimore 4. Umpire McQuado. v < The Ijouisvlllo 'llacos. Louis VII.I.E , May 13. The craud stam was nh'nln crowded to-day , the weather boliu bricht and warm. Ths track was fast. Thi followlntr Is the summary : Ono mile : Eille llardv won , BrlllUnt sec Dnd , Charlie Mrks third. Tlml:4r , > < . r-oia < x > lU ; Tor ML. kins won , lludgo second , Blackhound tlilrd. Tlmo-lOI. : Ono nnd one-quarter miles : Goldrlcn won , second. Only two starters. One nml one-sixteenth mile dash : Kginont won , L'lirlon second , Florlinoro third. Tlmu-lt&OK , Thrcn-ipjarters of n mile dah for maiden three-year-olds : Bixby won , Famine second , Lucian third. Tlnio-ll7 ! # . Xho Mnrylnnd BAi.Ti.Moin : , May , 13. The closlnp day ot tbo spring meeting liero developed some good racing. The following Is the summary : Mile : Volanto won , Al Heed second , Tom iiood third. Tlmo-l:43K. Three-year-olds , ono ana a half miles : Dunbluo won , Mahouey second , Hayuion third. Tlme-a.TJK- : Handicap , one and n quarter miles : Tcllo Doe won , Panama second , Nettle third. Tlino-3 : ( > f. One mile : Nellie Van won , Belmont second end , Frank B tlilrd. Tlino-l:43. : Sculling UncoM at Pullman. CincAno , May 13. Negotiations wore completed to-day by the Pullman Athletlo club by which the llanlan-Uaudattr scullln K race for the championship ot America will take place at Pullman , III. , May 30 , Instead of nt Baltlmoro , as first arranged. Uamlaur will complete his training at Pullman , ar riving there early next week. In addition to tlio bargain with Haitian nnd ( laudaur , tlio Pull man club signed Important contracts to-dny with tlm Mississippi Valley Amateur Jtowlng asioclatlon and the organization known ns the Chicago Navy. The Missis sippi Valley Amateur Howlng association engages that Its next three annual regattas shall be held at Pullman , the lirst ono to be this year July 15 and 10. A regatta by the Chlcazo navy , embracing twelve local clubs , will bo rowed at Pullman July 4. In order to secure the vailous events named the Pull man club guarantees the expenditure of stlt- liclent funds on the Pullman course to make It tlio linest In America. A. Clipper Itaoe. Nrnv Yonic , May 13. The clipper ships Semlnole and Charmer , started yesterday In n race of 17,000 miles to San Francisco. The clipper Uoorge Curtis , will sail from Phila delphia , purposing to beat tlio two New York clippers. _ . The Ilniilnn-Oaiidnnr llncc. iiOKfiTKii , Mass. , May 13. It has been decided to row the li.tnlan-Oaudaur race on the 30th Inst. , at Pullman , 111. Infor-Htnte Commerce. . Y.May 13. fSpccIalTelegram to the BKK. i Inter-state Commerce Commis sioner Schoonmaker , who Is at his homo In this city , has received from JudxoCooley the draft of a proposed letter to Secretary Bay- nnl In answer to his communication trans mitting a letter from the United Otates com mercial agent at London , Ont. , In which the latter predicted disastrous results from the Inter-state commerce law. Judge Cooley's propod answer says : "A careful rcadlni ; of that which ho attributes to tlio law How from tho'constrnctlon the railroad managers have put upon It , nnd which may or m.iy not bo correct. In a recent visit of tu < } committee to the southwest , it was made very apparent In the testimony taken that seine persons weie excited by fear of destruction of their business , which had no other basis than the views of tlio law which were so erroneous thatlt would showtnat they ought not to have been entertained by any one. 1 cannot help thinking that equally unfounded views have bad much to do with the disturbance of trade of which the n < ent speaks and that ns these are corrected the disturbances will become comparatively unimportant. " Tlio Raiicn Cattle Industry. Bcsrox , May IS. The Commercial-Bulle tin publishes to-day a special report of the range cattle Industry. The reports are fur nished by special correspondence of thirteen states and territories , covering the whole held. The connlaslons arrived at Indicate that the early reports of winter losses have been considerably exaggerated. The only ter ritory whore cattlemen suffered losses was In Montana , where the mortality proves to have been from 15 to 25 p r cent on the average. On the whole , the conclusion Is arrived at that the past winter was a favorable one to the cattle raising Interests of the west. The reports show that crazing territory is being generally encroached upon by emigrants. It is the opinion of some that the cattle indus try has reached Its height. Biff Opium Seizure. SAN FRANCISCO , Hay 13. The customs of ficers to-day seized 113 cases marked nut oil" on tlio steamer Klo Janeiro , which ar rived from China Wednesday. The cases , upon being opened , were found to contain ho rmctlcally sealed cans of opium placed In nut oil. The seizure is valued nt S20OUO. Tbe result of further investigation was these so Izurc of several ulles of goods , which by order of the deputy collector werehanlcdto the seUuro room of the appraiser bulldin ? . The haul comprised about twenty tons of 300 cases of merchandise and made three truck loads. It Is now estimated that the seizure Is valued at S 00,000 , the largest ever made on the coabt. CJhlcnuo Rulldiug Suspended. CHICAGO , May W. To-night all the build- Inz operations under the control of the con tractors who are members of the Master Masons' association of Chicago , were shut down so far as the bricklayers and stone masons are concerned. It is estimated that fully 10,000 workmen are now Idle in the building trades of this city , ns a result of the stilkcs or the lockont. The North Side Brick manufacturers' association , nt a meeting to-day , decided to shut down Wednesday. They employ 1,000. and this force will then ba added to the idle army of 10,000. Struck For Their Pay. MILWAUKEE , May 11 A special from Ironwood , Mich. , says the miners of the Bonnie , Blue Jacket and First National mines are out on a strike to force the pay ment of two month's back. pay. About 400 men are out. The Iron King miners struclc labt Monday and secured their pay , and this hns enconraged the men In the other mines to do likewise. Bf nrderers Confer Tholr Crimo. Nuw Yor.ic , May 13. James F. Taylor , who , together with Uenry B. Chamber Hit , was arrested yesterday for the murder of Mrs. Morgan and E. Earnest In flew Haven , has made a detailed confession In writing , which Is endorsed by Chamberlln , who Is charccd with being the leader throughout , in the robbery nnd murder. Trio Conductors , NEW Oiir.KANs , May IU. At the annual session of the order of Itailway Conductors yesterday , the otllca of grand chief conductor was made a salaried ono , nnd he will be ex pected to devote his cuttro tlmo to the busi ness of the order. A Slight Shnlce. OIIAIILKSTON. S. C. , May W. There was a slight shock of earthquake at SummervIIle and slight rumbling at Charleston last night. The vibration was not greater than would bo caused by n loaded wagon passing along a Arrived In Port. SAX FKAXCISCO , May 13. A dispatch to the MciehanU' exchange trom Port Townsend - send states that all the crew of the Ocean King , burned anil nbanuonod oil the Oregon coast Sunday last , have arrived at that port. Nntlonnl Wool Growers Adjourn. ST. Louis , May 13. The National Wool Growers and Sheep Sheaiera' association bas adjournud sine die. UNDUE exposure to cold winds , rain , bright Hunt or malaria , may briny on inliammaiion and soreness of the uves. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening 1-Jyo Salvo will subdue the inllammation , cool und soothn the nerves , nnd strengthens weak and failing Eye Sight. 25 cents n box. Personal Paragraphs. Mix : Moynr returned yesterday from a northern trip. _ For an Irritated Tliroat , Cuuuh or Cold , " /Jroiciw nrnnchlal Trochei" are of fered with tbo lulleat conliJeuco In tbelr eDlciey. US cts a box. . UNDER IDE NEW 11AMGER. The Union Pacific Has Passed Into Mr. Potter's ' Hands. HIS ARRIVAL LAST EVENING. President Adams Speaks of Mr. Cnl- lawny' * Capacity and of the Af fairs or the Road GenerAl Rumbles of the Rail. Adam * , Arnon and Totter. The Union I'ncltlc trltimvirato of mag nates , 1'rusiilent Chnrles Francis Adam ? , Director Frctl Ames , and General Mana- cor Thomas J. Potter , arrived from Kan sas City last evening at 5 o'clock by special train. They were driven to the Milliard hotel. President Adams was briefly inter viewed. In response to a question con- corningMr. Cutaway's connection with the road ho said : "Ttml is something for Mr. Callaway , in view of his health , to decide himself. Mr. Uallaway has been ' In falling health for some time and ho understands hi * condition better than any body olso. Mr. Callaway Is a gen tleman of very valuable railroad expe rience and wo desire to not lose ; him. Mr. ah Mr. ah Mr. Potters coming to the Union Pacific docs not interfere with Mr. Callaway in tlio least , as his connection with the Union 1'acitlc is brought pnotit by the acquirement of the Oregon * Railway Navigation company's property , involving entirely now inter ests. " "What extensions does the Union Pacific contemplate in view of tlio general management being assumed by Mr. Pot ter ? " was asked. Mr. Adams replied : "Mono that I now think of. " "Will the Cheyenne & Northern , which runs from Cheyenne northward into cen tral Wyoming , bo built beyond it present terminus ? " was the next question. "Yes , " said Mr. Adams , "tho road will be completed to tlio Platte and across that rivov , tlio distance of 125 miles from Chuyenne. It will not bo constructed beyond that point at present. There is no contemplation of building farther now. It will be nt find across the Pluttc inside of two months. " "When will Mr. Potter arrive ? " was then inquired , the purpose of the query being to ascertain whether Mr. Adams wan as truthful as some of the other railroad gentlemen who had been so generous of information as to posi tively state that Mr. Potter was not yet in the city. The reply came calmly and Mr. Adams never changed countenance or voice as he said : "Mr. Potter will arnro to-mor row. I shall then , sec him. " "What about our new depot ? " was asked. "Excuse mo , there is my private secre tary , " said Mr. Adams ; " 1 must send a telegram. " The truth was that Mr. Potter arrived last evening , as stated in the opening paragraph above , and was on the same special train which bore Messrs. Adams unit Ames and Mr. Adams' private secre tary , Mr. Canficld , from Kansas City. Mr. Cauficld , by the way , when asked : "Isn't it true that Mr. Potter really came with you gentlemen and is now in the city ? " replied : "No ; Mr. Potter will not be here until to-morrow. 1 am occupy ' ing the room now which ho is to have' " Tlio new general manager , Mr. Potter , when he arrived at the Millarrt notel having been driven from the lopot in a close carnage immediately went , by the ladies' entrance and elevator , * to his room and there had his dinner served , lie was then driven to the Union Pacific headquarters , where Messrs. Adams and Ames subsequently met him and they hold a conference. It is probable that the reason for the desire on the part of the officials who wcro seen to repress publicity of Mr. Potter's presence in the city was to relieve him of many callers who otherwise would have sought his at tention last evening. It is needless to state that no interview was possible with Mr. Potter last night. COMING MOVEMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. "What do you suppose will bo the re sult of Mr. Potter taking hold of the Union Pacific ? " was asked of a well posted and quite "hishup" railroad man last evening. Ho pulled at his cigar a minute and said : "Well , Potter probably knows a great deal more about that than anybody else. I can assure you of one tiling , however : there won't bo any fool ishness in the conduct of the system. Favoritism won't ' go. The man with the best capabilities will bo the ono to get to the front. Substantially , I think pretty nearly everything will bo left to Potter. He'll bo the manager with a big M. The system will bo made to pay bettor and will more smoothly handled than over before , 1 believe. Its facilities for reach ing Chicago and New York will also bo greatly strongtnoned. Dickinson will bo made general superintendent , and Ueuel will be confirmed in the supcriutcnd- ency of the line from here to Chuycnno. There will bo no assistant general superintendent. These are my opinions. " President Adams and Mr. Ames will leave for the east to-day. They express thomsclvcs as very highly pleased with tlio condition of the road over which they have traveled on their present trip. They wont to Cheyenne , Denver and Kansas City , but were able to determine the con dition of the road pretty well from their observations and the information they received at those points. THE KLKHOHN'S ACTIVITY. Tlio Fremont , Klkhorn & Missouri Val- Iny road , which is the appellation of all Northwestern roads west of the Missouri , is being verv actively pushod. westward through Wyoming , and also on the brunch into this city from Arlington. The prospects are now favorable for completion of the Wyoming line from Douglas , its present terminus , to a point known ns Goose Egg ranch , near the lo cation of old Fort Caspar , sixty-five miles west , before September 1. The grade is completed already upon this extension. Should it bo determined to construct the road further west this season , the next terminal point will bo in the oil re gion , on the Poison Spider crcok. The Arlington branch into Omaha will bo in operation by August 15 at the rate witli which work is now being pushed. IjAIJOK NK\VS. The Latest About Umaiia'a Striking Workmen. Yesterday morning a number of the mou who havu struck for higher wages on ttio cable line on Dodge struct , met as usual at the corner of that thoroughfare and Fourtcentli street. They evinced no disposition to go to work at the rate per day which had Leon ottered thorn. They persisted in refusing to work for less than $3 per day. A About half past 8 o'clock contractor Kd Hroinian , who is now finishing the ro- tniniug wall of tiio court house , uutl put- tiugin the foundation of the citv hall , appeared upon the scene and Indulged in a pleasant chat with many of the labor ers. In conversation with a UEE reporter ho said that tlio contract on the line had been assigned to him. When usked what ho proposed to do in the premises , ho said : "i shall do with these mou just as I do with those on the city hall work. I shall pay tbciu what they nro worth. If a man In worths 93 per day , I will p 7 it to Him , bat U ho U not , I will not give liiui what ho cannot earn. I have spoken to a number Of these num nnU told them how I feel hbout the matter , and they have appointed a committee to meet mo this inoriting'at the Truth office to see if wo cannot * adjust the difllculty. 1 expect by 0 o'clock everything will bo satisfactorily disposed of , and that the men will again bo nt work. " The reporter ro'vlsitod the scene at 3 o'clock , but tlio irtrm hud not gone to work. A number 'of them lounged Idly around the corner. On last Wednesday night a number of the strikers brought the case before tlio city executive committee and the state master workman , to have the matter set tled. This board hoard all the com plaints the laborers had to make , and llnAlly decided that the strikers had not just cause for ceasing work. It there fore ordered the men back to work tills morning , but as may bo learned from the foregoing , the order was not obeyed. Tlio ground upon which tlio order was based , was the fact that early in the season the committee had decided , and the decision had boon ratified , that the average1 pay for unskilled labor the pre sent season should bo $1.75. That amount Mr. Lillls wan paying to all nave two of his men , and those were to work but a few days for $1.50 per day , while some of the men received $2 per day. Yestoaday afternoon there wore no new developments in the strike. About 200 strikers wore congregated on Dodge street. Seven policemen were on hand to see that no trouble occurred. The cable line strikers meet at Cunning ham hall on Thirtccdth street tonight. The local committee to the Knights of Labor which has decided that the cable line strikers arc In the wrong , is trying to arbitrate tlio difference between them and their employers. The Cable Iiino Strike. The striking laborers on the cable line held two meetings , yesterday afternoon and last evening. The first was in the city hall. About sixty men were present. There was but little preliminary discus sion. The question was put : Shall wo go to work at the wages offered by the contractors ? The vote was taken by ballot , "yes" and "no. " The vote re sulted 43 noes and 20 yeas. The provi - ous agreement that the majority should rule , was adhered to , and the meeting adjourned. At ? : ! ! 0 o'clock nnothor mooting was held at Cunningham hall. Aboutsevcnty- live men were present. Considerable talk was indulged in and three members of tlio Knights of Labor appeared for a few minutes. Tlio meeting adopted a resolution that the striking laboring men took it upon themselves as laborers , in dependent of any organization , to decide * to not go back to work unless they should bo paid $3 per day. They had no other proposition to make or conditions to accept. TIIK KNIOHTS OX I , AIM ) It BKPUUIATi : IT. The following st kmiont is authorized by the Knights of itibor , in concurrence with what was indictitod in vesterday1 s UKE : a ) i The cable line strikjo was the result of n few malcontents , Md has no authority from the Knights of frabor. A few men get into tlio assemblies of the Knights of Labor who are firebrands and who pro duce upheavals. A'frnv of them are in this movement. If the laborers who have struck do not accept the terms pre sented by the contractors and resume work they will haypto : rest on their own ours and light their own battles before tlio public. The persons , if Knights of Labor , who are resjScmsiblo tor coupling the name of tlio oTpKnization with any public call will beqfUed to account , und will bo treated accordance with the rules of the Knightff'of' Labor. The. Knights of Labor- , . contend that Contractor Lillia is offering to pay as much for labor ns' any other contractor in the city. They srty foo. has signified Itis willingness to increase the pay of laborers to whatever figure other con tractors adopt. They regard the action of the strikers , in endeavoring to force a $3 per day rate upon him an injustice. They desire it to be clearly and distinctly understood that the Knights of Labor are not in the fight. A D1CKXOHER AND A BLOWER. Yesterday' * Storm Qua of the Most Thorough Known In Omaha. Yesterday's storm was an old fashioned , down cast drencher. It started out in the regulation way , too , with n strong and able-bodied blow. By the gale which preceded and accompanied the first down-pouring , a number of small structures in the northwestern portion of the city were wrecked. On Sixteenth street three largo walnut trees were blown down , and on Clark street trees were snapped off like pipe steins. A partially completed house on Walnut hill was demolished. The timbers were scattered promiscuously over ten acres of ground. At Nineteenth and Clark streets the top of a milk wagon was blown off and a half-dozen buggies were overturned. Barrels blew about like top balloons and smaller articles went sky ward. The rainfall exceeded an inch , which , when spread over any considerable area , is a good deal of water. The storm was general m western Iowa and eastern Nebraska. At Sioux City much damage was done. By reference to the tele graphic reports it will bo seen that several fatalities from lightning occurred nt different places. AMUSEMENTS. THE M'OIUE.VY FAMILY. The most enthusiastic audiouce of the season welcomed the famous McGibony family last night at Bovd's. The troupe is a wonder. From the father and mother in their vigorous prime , down successive stops to the youngest , a pre cocious infant of four , all are excep tionally talented and genuinely excel lent. It is a performance that makes the children wild ando holds their elders in delighted thrall. The orchestra , chorus , string and vocal numbers were all given with snch dash , precision , beauty of tone , iqjAcJtious shading as made the programme.1 n truly delightful ono. The violin solo , "Polonaise , " by Wienawski , was glrwn by Hugh McGib- noy with rare feeling , delicacy and clean execution. Hc ls an artist of su perior merit. The clfudren wcro charmIng - Ing , and hold tho"audcnco ! fascinated throughout. The f u'i.Uy give a matinee and evening performance to-day , and big houses will no doubt aVail themselves of this unusual treat. _ Kay. The tJ. A. R. couififljUees have secured Judge Bartlett us ftrjiUor for Memorial Day. They have ulso/iiumed the follow ing committees : Joint Committee on Arrangements D. A. Hurley , president ; F. Wirth , Charles Kohlmeyur , E. 11. ( J. Suttos , James Casey , John Stcvons , P. O. Ilawes. M. U. Uisdon , M. M. Middloton , Captain Uurroll , A. M ! Clark and S. Goetz. Finance F. Wirth , Stevens , Kohl- meyer , llurrcll , KLvlon ' and Middlcton. Orat9rsand Invltatio'ns-IIurloy , Kisdon and Middloton. Carriages and Transportation Casey and Middlcton. Music Charles O. Kohlmcyor , F. Wirth , Uurroll. Uoota and States. Supplying Ice and Water Middloton und Lindsoy. Committee on Flowers Mrs. General O'Brien , Mrs. General Stiokland , Mrs. James Casey , Mrs , B. It. G. Sattcs , Mrs. NIcderwoisor , Mr * . Giosko , Mrs. D. M. St. Goyor , Mrs. A , Hurraester , Mrs. William Allison , Mrs. Charles 13. Bur- niestor , Mrs. Michael Cody. Mrs. M. H. Itisdon , Mrs. Bttrrell , Mrs. A. M. Clurko , Mrs. Morrison , Mrs. John Sawhlll , Mrs. John Grant , Mrs. E. Parmaleo , Mrs. W. P. O'Neill , Mrs. Slovens , Mrs. Garrotty , Mrs. Oscar Jones. Prnctrnminu I'rosliytcrlan Assembly. The local committee having in charge some of the arrangements for the forth coming Presbyterian general assembly have decided that the first meeting will bo hold in tlio Presbyterian church on Dodge street , nt which tiio sermon will bo delivered by tlio moderator , Uov. Dr. D. C. Marquis , of Chicago. This will be followed by the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Every succeeding evening , dur ing tiio assembly there will bn a public mooting in tlio exposition build ing. Ono meeting will bo de voted to the consideration of each of the following subjects : "Sab bath Schools , " "Tho Frcoilman. " "Homo and Foreign Missions , " "Tho Ministry , " " . " and "Temperance. llrevllles. Frank Ueisdorff entered complaint in police court yesterday afternoon against two employes of the pound master who as saulted him because ho resisted them driving off his cattle. Street Commissioner Mcanoy has made preparations for laying a sidewalk around the annex building , corner of Davenport and Fourteenth streets. He has also put in n culvert 0x0 on Boule vard avenue. Matrltnnnlnl. J. A. Hannan , of the B. A M. head quarters force , loft last night forUocK- } ford , 111. , where on May 18 ho will bo united in marriage to Miss Josie Ponder- gast , of that city. I'M Mullen will fol low Hannan on Sunday , and will arrive in time to do the "best man" act. Mr. Hannan will visit his old homo in Can ada with his bride , returning to Omaha nbout uno 1. Eugene Finger , who originated the Ketau Mercantile agency , and who is noxv engaged in the sumo line of labornt St. Paul , was united in marriage onTuos- dav last to Miss Mary E. Davison of that city. His Omaha friends extend con gratulations , In Death Painless ? A Philadelphia doctor , after year * of careful observation , says that our demise is uspainless us our advent to tlio world. This is certainly reassuring ; yet notwith standing thcso great inducements wo still do not court death , and Miall continue to use Dr. Pierco's infallible remedy , the "Golden Medical Discovery , " for con sumption , spitting of blood , shortness of breath , weak Itinirs. coughs , bronchitis , and kindred affections of the throat and chest. It is uncqualod. By druggists. * 8. P. Morse luu bought an enormous lot of sunshades and parasols nt forced snlo. To-morrow they offer their entire purchase. Sec advertisement on this That Tired Feeling In no general nttttl * lemon that ey ry ono knnn > whHt IH mount by the ei | > re * lon. Aoh n 8 ot fC - eon , cllmutu , or of life , has uneh a depri'Mlntt cfToct upon the body Hint one fooln nil tired oat , almost emnplotolr prostrntett.the appetite Is lost BiiJ there line ambitiontodonnjtliliu. Tito whole leniloiltjr ntthesrotem Is downward. In tills condition Hood's i r * prnlU Is Just the medicine needed. U purities the blood , hirpen * the ppetllooTorcomos the tired feelltiK , and Invigorates every function ol the body. Try It. Hood' * fiariuparUlfi. "Kofm ny months I suffered greatly. MrirhoTo system einmed to be entirely run down , my nmhltlon wan Keno , hud pnlni In my back , nnrt n feallnu of Ins- sltmle which ( could not throw off. I wns treiltd nn- stuoeofiilfy fur kidney trouble. One ilaynt my Brother's Isnw a bottle of Hood's Snrsijmrllla and determined to try It. Before the first bottle w i \ - en f can candfaly fay Iwm relieved. I ( invoiced the medicine offand on over since , and recommend It for ttldnoyof liver ooniplnlnti.-MKM , W. 11 BTIIAMO , 937 Atlnntlo Arnnn , Brooklyn. N V. N.ll. If you have made up your mind to uctUood'u Sarjdparllfu do not take any other. Hood's Sarsapariila ro.lbr C. I Sold by n1MrniKfl . SI : "It for ( ? > . Prppaml by . C. I. HOOD & C . , Apolhocarl. , Lowell. Mass- 100 Do ( e One Dollar ) 1OO I > c One Dollar Dissolution Notice. notice that fho late firm of PaxtonA TAKE , doltisr binlno s nf 9n ke Creek , Ne braska , is this day dissolved by mutual consent. W. A. PA.VTOST , J. H. IlfMt.KH. February 4th 1S37. ' myd It To Whom It May Concern. N'OTICF. Is heieby plvon that tlio under lirne < i will receive liliU until it. in. on May Idtb , A. I ) . 1887 , nt the olllcu of. the city clerk , for each of the lollowlnpr jinrcuN of land , to-wlt : Description of 37tli avenuu vacatoit by the c-ity nf Otimha. Brirlnnhitf nt the N. R. corner of block 13 , In McCormlclt's addition , thenee south IfJJ1 ! foct.tlicncopastHOfcrt.thenco north IT C feet , thnnco west 8J foot to the plncu ol botflnnlnir. No bid * for an amount less than the appraised vnluowlll bo corisldorcd. The City Council reserves the right to reject J. H. SOUTHAHD , City Clerk. To Whom It May Concern. NOTICE Is hereby given thiit that the under- signed will receive bids until i o'clock p. m..on May ISth , A. D. , 187 , at the oIHooof the city dork , for each of the following parcels of land , to-wlt : Description ot strrp ot land on Oth street , be tween Pacific street and Pierce street. Adjoining Lot 4Uock245 ! Ucglnnin * at the N. W. corner ot block 215 , thcnco south UKIfeet , thence west 2) ) fBet.fhenco north 1&J feet thence east 20) ) feet to thu place of boxlnnliig Adjoining lot fi , block 21. " ) llc lnuluv at tboS. W. corner of block 24 % thence north 13" foot , thence wet 20 feet , tbonco south 13 ! feet , Uiencfl east 20 feet to the place ol betrlnnln . Adjoining Lot 1 , Block21H. lloglmiln j ill the N K corncrof block 318 , tlienco south llWfeot. thouco east 20 feet , thence north 132 feet.thonco w o-t " 0 feet to the ylaco of tteglnnliiir. lllock . ' at the Adjolnlntr Lot 8 , 'lil-lloirlnnlng NK corner ot lot 8 , block 248 , thence south 147 feet , thcnco east 20 feet , thence north 117 feet , thence west 20 feet to the place ot beginning. No bids for an amount less than the apprais ers vnltie will bo considered. Thu cllv council reserves the right to reject nnvormi btiH. R MUniAUD , City Clerk. To Wnom It May-Concern : NOTICE Is herubv uivcn that the underslKneil will ruuulvo bids until 1 o'clock p. m. May 18th. A. D HW. nt the olllco of the city clerk for each of the following parcels of land , to- Description of strip of luml on 7th struct , be tween IVcltlo street and Plvrcu street : AiUoinltiK Lot 4 , Ulock SMC Ik'tflmilnir nt the N. w cornorof block240thonco south IS ! foot , tlionco Tvert 1" ) foot , thcnco north ISJ fuotthonco eiist 15 tout to the place of butrlnnlmr. Adjoining Lot 5 , lllock 'J4ii-lleKinnlng at tlio N. W. cornt > r of lotfi , block24B , thcnco south 147 feet , thence west IB feot.thenco north 117 twit , thence east 15 foetto the plaeo of begin- nlutr. Adjoining Lot 1 , lllock 217 HcBlnnlmr lit the N. K. pornorof lot 1 , bliwlj 247 , thence south 132 foot , thence cu t 15 feat , thence north l' i feet , thunce west IS feet to tlioplnco of iiwrlnnlnK. Adjoining Lot 8 , llloek 217 Iloclnnlng t the N. K. corner of lots , hlooU U'17thcnco south H" foot , thence cti t 15 U'et , thouco north U7 feet , thimcit west l"i feet to the plnro of bctrlnnlmr. No bids for n mnount 1 33 than the appraised valno will ho considered. Thu City Council rcsorvus the riirht to reject " " ' ' "tnUtWt' bld3'j. U. SOUTHAHO. City Clerk. To Whom It May Concern , "VTOTICK I" hornliy Rlvon that tlio undersigned i- > will toculvu bids until 4 o'clock p. m. Mny IHh.A. D. 1S37 , lit the otHco of the cltyclerK lor each of thu following purceU of land , to- wit : Description of "trip of Und on ISth street , between - twoon Maaoii nnd north line of Kount/.o 3rd addition. Adjoining Lot 1 , lllock 'O-Uogluutng nt the N , K. corner nt block " "J , thcnco sonlh lit. foot , tlionco pan 31 fiot , tlienco north 1 ! feet , thence uot 31 fuuttotliu phico of beginning. Adjoining Lot 8 , Hlock 2i'J ' lloglnnlng nt the S. K. cornorof block 'J" > , thence north l.'U feet , east ill feet , thcnco south lit ! foot , thcnco west III font to the place ot beginning. Adjoining Lot 1. Illook liM-Heglniihig nt the N. K oornerof blnok - . " > ) , thence ftouth 133 feet , thencu cmlDl lout , them- * ) north IU feet , thcnco west III lect to thu place ot heulnnlnir. Ailjolnlng Lot 8 , lllock ffil'J lieglnnlng nt the B , K. corner of block S3) , thunco north lts ! toot , thcnco oust ol loet. tlionco south iU : foot , thencu west III IVct to thuphico nf beginning. Adjoining Lot 1 , lllock SV > llcglnnlng lit the N. K. corner of blook " . 'iV , t hence south 1'13 Jeel , thcnco east 111 feet , thnnco noith Ut leat.thonro west ! )1 ) Icet to nluco ol beginning. Adjoining Lot . lllock S > lleginnlng nt the S. K. uornur of block > ' , thence north I'M foot , tliunce LMiatJl fuel , thencu south l&teet , thcneo west Ul f cut to the pl.ico ot buslnnlnt- . No hid * for un nmoiiut loud than the npprtilacd value will bo considered. Thv city council roiarvus tlio right to reject ' bia * ' n'rayiridUtbia J. . SOUT1IAUI ) , C'lty Clork. Ordinance Wo. 1340. AN Ordlminco amending Section U of Urtlin- mice No. 1153. Ilu It ordnlncd by the city council of the cltr Of * SectionU That Section 0 of Ordinance No. llS-i bo uml the siuiio la horcby amended go as to roiul us tollows : Section u. 1'iivhig DUtrlut No , 64 sliull coin- prlsu 1'uclrto btioct trom Cth dtrcot to luth street , In thucltv of Oinuhii , except the Inter- ecctionof 7th utrootwiih I' cltlg utrmt , iindlti- cludu all lota and ronl catatu on both side ff Buld part of snUI I'ucltlo street to a full depth of 1IJ3 feet back from thu slJua of gnld itrret. Hoctlon K. That Soctlou l ) , UrJluanco No. UM be nnd hereby Id repealed. Koctlonii. Thut this ordlnnncoehall taki effect and bo In force from and after Iu pi snu. 1'aised April lUth , Wl. WM. f. UKCHKI. , President Citj Council , J. 0. BOUTIUHI ) , City Clerk. Approved April Klrd. lr . r WM. F , litcuBp. Acting Mayor. "My i > on differed from fprlru debility nno loM Of appetite , nn1 wns rn tor d to health as soon ns ho bojfinto tike our Mtorltemo llelne , Hood's Bftr - pKrlllH. Worciroinmciit It to oil our friends. " Mus. TII.M.IA lr.-HMIIMS UlVlllON. ( ) V. "Iinirnrel ron ld riMy , being for no rly yfnr vnntb' ! * ! with IndlK'stlnn. I iim now on ray fourth bottloof IIood'ftSarMparllln , nnd noror felt bettnr Inmyllfo. Illim mndstinuw rain of mo. " II. At. f If f.f.MAK , Dos J'lulnos Street 1'ollce SUtlon.ChlenKo , 111 , ITIakCN tlio Wviik .Strung "Twomontn'iilrol eomm8nr d MHInii Hood's Sir- Hpnrllla n nn Mperlmont , iw I hud no npia'tlteor strength , nn'l felt tlrnil nil the tlnm , 1 attrlliutod my eonilltlon to Kcrofiiluus humor. I had tiled novurul different kind * of mnillclna , without roooMnn any bencnt. But < soonnsl had lukon Imlf nboltlaof IlooJ's P r ataflll . my Kiipotlto wn re torcd , nd my ftomnch felt bettor. I fmvo now tnkoii nearly threa bottler , nnd I norer WH so well In my llfo.n MKK. JESSIE F. Dol.iiKAnK , 1'nscuAti. H. t. A petnllnrlty of Hood's r ) fS'ipirllll Is flint It trBnathi > n < nndtnildsiiptheiy ! l m whllo U cnt ! dMeaso. Nuw Istbutlma to Uke It. The only roadtotAko for DOS Molnes Mar- thnlltown. Cedar napidg.cilKtin , Plxon , Chlca- ro , Mllwauk and all polnti tsnt. To tbo people ple of Nebraska , Colorado , Wyoming. Dtah Idaho , Nevada , Oregon. Washington and Cali fornia , It ell r superior iwlvactafres not posit- bio by any other line. Among a few of the numerous point * of su periority enjoyed by the patrons of this road between Oniann nnd rbteaiio , are Its two trains aday of DAY COAOHHS , which are the ttnest thot human art and imronulty ran oreHto. Its 1'ALACKSLEKI'INOCAHH , which are models of comfort nnd elegance. Its PA ULOK DKA WINO - INO KOOM CARSun nirpng < e3 br any. anil lt widely oolebrotod PAL\TIAL PININO CAK9 the equal of which cannot bo found olaowhern At Council ntutr the trains of the Union I'nciflo Ily. connect in Union Depot with the e of tti Chicago & Northwestern liy. Iu Chicago th * trains of this line make close connection with the o of all eastern linos. For Detroit , Columbia , JndlnmipolK Clncln- nnti. Niagara/alls , Buffalo. Pittsbunr.Toronto , Montranl , Hoston. New Yonc , 1'hlladelphla , Baltimore. Washington nnd all points m the east , ask for a ticket via the "NORTH\VF.5TRRN. " If you wish the best accommodation. All ticket agents sell tickets via this llnr. n. Huanrrr , * .p. WILSON , Ueni. Manajror , Gent Paas'r Agent Chicago. 111. W. M. BABCOOK , U R. BOLLE9 , Western Agent , City 1'ats'r AK at. Omaha , Nebraska. Notice to Contractors , I)1OPOSALS ! will bo received at the ofTico of ol Geo. U Fisher , architect , dm enlg Dlock north ot Mlllard Hotel , until Saturday , May 21 t,4p. m. , for the erection of a four-story ami ba emcnt brick building for the Unnl'h Association of Omaha. BI.K will bu ivcelved for the whole or parts of tbo WOTK. The right to reject any or all blilils reserved. mylldlt Propsals for Grading. SKALKD proposals will bo received by the undersigned null 11 o'clock a. in. May ll'tli , 1S * < 7 , for Kradlng1 the following strueta and allays , \ie. : Alley on block No. 23 city , Webster st.from23d St. to section line between uoetloiiblu and IH. 1'lerro r-t fiom Sth t. to 10th at , as per ordlnan- crs 1J1J.J , 13H and lK5i ! ) , and In accordance with ] > litnuml siocilleatlnnaon | tllu In the olllco ol the lloutdcf 1'tiDlUVoiks. . PrnposnM to bo nindo ujion printed blanks by the board , and to bo accompanied wlthu I'ortllh'il clit'ck In thu sum ot 50J , pay- ubln to the city of Omuha as an evidence of Kond faith. The board resorvo'i the rljiht to reject any or nil bids and to waive dutrctn. Chalrmun lloai'il of I'tibl'lc Works. Omaha , Nob. , May 4th , 1887. niR-O-W-IS TATK OF DOUIII Aa COUM'V. At a county court hold nt the county court room , in ami for Find county , Mav Mh. A. D. lt > S . I'lVseiit , J. 11. Mct'ullovh , County .IiKlKO. In the matter of the ost.ito of Edward C.Ilyrno , deceased. On readlnic nd Illlnir the petition of Kllon llyrno praylntf that John II McCiirly may hu appointed administrator of the cstatu ol raid a ° 0nlrwl , That May SSIh. A. It. 1SS7. at 10 o'clock a. m. , be imbued lor hoailiw said potl- t ion , luiti till persons lnltm'i t < 'd In wuil iinittor nmy appear niucnmity feint tn bohijld.ln und torMiM county , and show IMIIIXU why thu prayer of a.ild petitioner xhould not bn cr.intudi iiiulthat noticuni the peudenoy ot said pttl turn und the hunrlnir tlioreof , lie Klvoii to ul persons lutciustmi in said ninttur , by piibl hlnif it copy of this order In thu Omaha Dally lleo.a noMipapcr prlnteil In snld county , onou each week for linen successive week-t prior to said ilny or hearing. J II.Mi Cui.i.ocn. I A true copy.l County Jud e. 1116-13-20 _ Dottce MATTr.inr application of P. M. McCrath fo llfiuoi llcunte. Notlcu Is hereby jtlvcn that S M. Mctlrutli did upon tlio Sth day of May , A. l . 1MT , Illo his application to the mayor and city council of Omaha , lot' license to fell mult , spirituous and vlnnun liquors , at No. WJ North Ultli btrcct , 1'iflh wintl , Orauhu , Ni'b , from thu lllh , day of April , l bi , to the lUlhdayof if theiu bo no objection , romonslranco or protest tllid wlililn l o wfcks from MaySth , A. U , 1357. the said lr | ntio will bo ( 'runtn 1 , 8. M. MtOltA'l" , Applicant. J. n. SocTiiAHD , City Clerk. intl-IJ Dissolution Notice , XT OTICUIe hereby iclvon that the tlrm hereto- 1foroeil'tln nndi-r thostjlo of Nebraska llrlck and Terrn Tolta Co. has till * day been dMolvud by mutual consent. William f.ohmor retiring from the btisltiuss , and William Hilton ami Hubert F. Probort to continue In the firm and utvlor ( ho sumo name , uniuminir all the lliv- Vvi'tnoVs ' our hands thU lha 10th day of Hay llUUKIU K. I'llUIIKIIT , \Vu.J-uu IT IS how- easily rheumatism begins , and how in < MdiouMy it grows in the oystcm until oni is startled to mid himself Its vietlin.in cithct the acute or chronic form , He then lenrns the fearful tenacity of its grip am ! Hie utter powcrlcssncss of the ordinary remedies to give relief. Probably to no disease have physician * given more study , and no'io has more com pletely balllcd their ellbrts to provide a spccihc ; and until Athlophoros was dis covered there was no medicine that would cine rheumatism , neuralgia nervous or sick headache. Thousands of testimonials like the following prove beyond question that Athlophoro * Is the only reliable remedy , and that It will do all that is claimed for It. Kuglewood , Kansas. Athlophoros has done me more good than all other medicine * put together , for Itki a great sufferer Irom rheumatism and neu ralgia , and can say to-day , 1 am free from both complaints. MKS. MAKIA STONK. W. S. Hopkins , 10 C Avenue , Cedar Rapids , lown , say : "My wife and daugh ter were both stricken with Intlimmatory rheumatism at the same time. The lower limbs were much suollen ; the pain seemed much beyond endurance ; tilccp was out of tbe question ; they suffered so much that to move or even touch the sheet on the bed would cause the most violent pain. They were confined to the bid four weeks. Dur ing ( hat time and previous I bought many kinds of medicine , then I cmn'oycd ' a phy sician , but tiolliltiL' g vc relief until I heard of Athlophoros. I bought a bottle at once , and nm glad to say in a very short tlmc'hiJ ( .welling was reduced , the pain gone , and they \\erc entirely wi 11. " KvoryilrtiL'cist should keep Atlilofiho- ros and AthlopJioros Pills , but wlioro thay * i cannot bo bought of tlio drticclst the Atlilophoros Co. , 112 Wall St. . Now York , will soml either ( carriage pain ) on reuuipt of regular prleo , which Is $1.00 iior bottle for Athlophoros und 50o ( for i'ills. Kor liver nnd kidney dlsensoi , dispopstn , In- dlKCRtlnn , vrciikiiii-o , nervous ditblllly , ill af < t > Ref of wnnlrn , con'tlimtlon. headiieiio , iinpmo blond , etc. . Athlophoros I'lINnro ttnoitinll | d. ENTKl ) ATTRACTION ! OVER AJ1ILLION DISTRIBUTED. CAPITAL PRIZE , $309.000 * LSL Lonisnnla Stnto Lottery Company. Iry lholCRl 'altirc ' In 1W. for cdnci- tlonnl ami rlmrlt t > l imrpo ni > , and UK IrriiH'hliU ninilo n purl of HIM prifont Klnte constitution , hi 1371' ' , brim 01 ortvhclmln * popular vole. IU ( irnml Sinxlo Number Drnwlnira tnkoplnco monthly , i\ii < l Uiu Qrunil Somi-Anmml UrtiwiiiKS rcfftilttilj-ort'ry six months ( Juuo nml Deocm- boi ) . "Wo do hrroliy certify tlint wo snporvteo Ilio nrraneemoms for all the Monthly unit Sotnl-An- mini Drmvlrurs of The f.oulslium State Lottery Comtinnjr.nnil In | > rson mnriRKn nml control thoilrruvlnif * tlU'mjolvc * , nml Hint the sumo nro conducted wltti honesty , fnlrnoos ami In good fnlth toward nil p rllo , nnd wo nuthorl/o the Company to lisa this certificate with foe-sim ile * of our signatures attached , iu Ha advertise- meats , " COMMISSIONERS. Wo the tindorslffilrd Ttanki nnd IlnnkcrR will pny nil I'rl/i-i drawn In The Ix > ul5lnim Slate Ixitterlt'S whlchinny bo proaontuU nt our coun ters. ,1. If. OOI.r.SUY , Prci. Louisiana Nntlonnl Ilk IMKKUK l.AXAUX , 1'ris Btnto National Dk. A. llAI.mVIN , Pros. Now Orleans Nnt'l llank CAUL KUII.X , Vrca. Union National Hank. GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING. In the Academy of Music , New Orleans , Tuesday , June 14 , 1887. CAPITAL PIUZC , 61100,000. 100,000 , Tickets at Twenty Dollars Each- Halves 310 ; Quarters $9 ; Tenths S2 ; Twen tieths SI. LIST Or PHI/.K3. 1 PRI7.H OF $ TOOiOO ( N $ .1VfO ( ) IPItt/KOH 100,0001s 100.UU 1HUI7.KOF 6U.WXI1S ! , ( ) i rur/.i : oi' ' 2.rxii ) is 25.00 10tX)0 ) nro Sd.iW 5XOart ( ! 85,0) ) Si I'Hi/Kd OK 1,0'lOaro 86 J ) ) KO vui/nsop CllOnro 5'J.no 2utl I'HIXKfl OK 3ilinro ) 81,0,1 , WHJ PIUZEri OF 200 nro 10J.OO AITUOXMI ITIO.V 1 > HI/EM. 1UO Prizes of ( MXapproximating ) to $ ji.1OiK ) I'rl/o nro C0,0xl KO Pri/osnf JJOOniipioxliniltlntr to $10)OJOPrl70 uro OT.OOO 100 Irirn of | 2 0 uppro Imatlnsr to if jOOjO I'ri/o nre 20,000 Tr.itjii > Arj rm/E' * . l.OCO 1'ri/os of $100 decided by. . . * 30UOCO 1'ri/ii are 100,000 1,000 I'rUea of $100 decldod ly.$100,000 1'rUuaro 100.0M UiD : ! I'l i/.es lltnountltiK to f lYidOOQ ( Kor club Mtci nrnny futtlier Infiirinatluii ui > rly to the iinil r lcnod. > our hmdwrlthiir mii't do dis tinct and Munftturn plain. Hurt ) rnpltl rolnrn luall ili'llvar ) will tn asHiiriKl by your citcluylnt ! un un- Ti-lnpo lion rink'your full nilrtresx. Snnil I'OHl'Ali NO'I'KS. 0 | > IKH ! money nrdorn.nr New Vorlt Kti-hHnee In ordinary lotti'r. Currency bye o prcfs tat our oxponsel Rilclc < 4E > eil to M. A. IIAIH'IIIN' , NKW OIU.EASS , LA. . Or M. A. DAUI'IIIX , \VASnwrrox , n. 0. Atldreas Jlcglatei-ed letters to NK\V OHIiKAXS NATUINAI. HANK , 17 P. AT V Af Tl P If > rnat tl > 0 Pfa'onw of 11 fj JH Ki M li fj It ficncraU nonuriwril ( nil Knrlr , who are In rhuree of the ilrnwlnxa , Is ninnr- kntca ot ubiolntn fnlrnoai and Integrity , tlml tna fbuncci Hruiilluiiuul , anil that no ono can pomlbly divine n bnt ninnbers will draw a Prim. IlKMUMIIKIt lint the luiyniHiit uf All prl(0 < li oiiAUA.xrt.Eii nv mini .SArmv i. HANKSoNo OiU'iin .tinil tliH Tlckutnuro nUnod t y thupruildunt nftm In tltiitlnn , who o chiitnrpil rlithts nro rucui- nlxcd In thd lilnlio t rourtBi thnrofore , hewnro of nnr Imltatlonii or unonymoas clienm * . TRIED TBB CRUCIBLE , About twenty years ago I Olicoverod o llttU tore oil my cb k , and tbe doctors pronounce- . ! It caocer , I hnvo tried a number of physicians , but without rccclvlug any pormancnt benefit. Among t ho number were one or two specldlltti. Tbo jneOlduo they cppllod was like Ore to the tort , camlng Inttnio pain. I saw a statement In the pox ; n tilling what H. 8. B. had done for others similarly afflicted. I procured soma at onco. liuforo I bad mod the second botllotLo neighbors could r.ottco that my cancer vrai bcallng up. ily central health bud brcn bad for two or three year * I bad a backing couth and spit blood continually. I hud n ferere pain In my brooU. After tnklnB 'Is l-ntlli-i of S. S. s. tny cough left inn and I grevr itouter than I bad been for savors ! years. Ily cancer bas healed over Ml but little ipot about th slid if u balfdlmo , nnd It U rapidly Oliaprear- lug. I would advUo ovtry ono < > t lib robcir to give 8. , 8. a fstr trial. ilu. HANCy J , McCONAUOIIEY , Atb QrOTt , llppocauo * Co. , Ind , yob. u , mi. Drift' * Bpcclflo Is eutlmty v eeUtH and ( ( * m to rur * cancori by furdnj out tbo Impu. title * from tbe blood. TrealUo un tilovd and Skin UliKOMi taal4 ! < fftc. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , , 3 , ATLANTA , PA ,