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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : .SATURDAY. JUNE 4 , 1887 , 5
THE CAPITAL CITY'S ' PAVING Oonsidorablo Wonderment Expressed At tbo State Journal's Position. SOMEBODY IN THE WOOD-PILE. Good Priors llnnll/.ctl From tlio Sail ) of Btnlo hot * , All of Them Go I UK Atiovo Tliclr A | > prnliGl ( Value. : THI : nr.n's LINCOLN A column article in the Journal .yes terday on asphalt road so much like tlio BeJuctivo pleas of the pnetorlan guards of the Asphalt company that people who occasionally waste timu on the editorial page of that paper wondered among thctrselvcs how big a fee the Journal was getting In its present attitude on the paving question. To tl.oso who labored through the specious argument the won der grow and grow that a head tlio size of tlio editor of the Journal should con tain such a voluble knowledge of the paving question. This Is the first timu the Journal lias como out of its hole to express itself upon the paving question and that fact alone in the "Jobbers' Own" was enough to Make people look with surprise anil foresee that a job was in the entire business. It is currently talked upon the Rtrects that the asphalt company , in its ellorts to change public opinion and upset the bids made for other paving materials , has employed a prominent linn of attorneys and aa high as $1(1,000 ( , Is stated as the fee that they nro to have to engineer asplmltum through. In view of this talk and tun knowledge that the Journal has thrived on jobs and printing steals , all of which have made its existence possible , the public cannot bo expected to look upon thu labors of the Journal all at once for asphaltum with the remotest degree of conlideneo , and the "Jobbers' Own" never in the present letting of contracts can earn a fee of any magni tude. The action of the Journal is a fair index of its Interest in Lincoln and in Lincoln improvements , und the jirst time it comes out In favor of public improve ments of this character it is to advocate n suhomo. All this is delightful , and shows again to the city just how valuable it in to the city to have a paper that can commit itwelf so readily whenever there is a lob in bight. J'he paving situation heoms to be that upon the bids made the council committee have decided that H. T. Clarke's bids for blocks and stone worn the lowest , and they have unan imously recommended that the contract be awarded to Mr. Clarke. The property owners in the first nnd second districts liavo petitioned for cedar blocks , and thu council , iri a largo majority , favor tins class of pavement , consequently the Journal has all of this to overcome in its labor ot love for asphalt. No one enter tains the idea for a moment that the Journal , no matter how much editorial weight it lays on , can do more than block the way for public improvements for a .short season , if nt all. but it would bo eminently characteristic of the oullit if it did this class ot business. There are a few member * of the council who may feel under obligations to other contract ors and who may bo used for a little while as instruments of delay , but it will not bo satisfactory to the people. The city voted bonds for paving , asked bids for the work and bocureil them nnd they were in almost every instance reasonable. It looks as though hones wore entertained to undo all this through legal employes and the only truly great paper in the city , but it will hardly work , and if anything were needed to set honest h people against asphalt it would bo found in tlio outbreak of the ring organ for that material , which to vcrv many ia satis factory evidence lluttit contains a "divy. " The city council last night approved the bid of Henry T. Clarke , of Omaha , for paving and guttering ; ns to tlio first paving district , the material to bo cedar blocks on a concrete foundation. Mr. Clarke announces that in ton days active work will bo In force in the second pav ing district. The council , it is under stood , will re.ndverti.su for bids and the asphalt crowd will make strenuous ollbrts to .secure a majority of property holders in the second district to favor their pave ment , nnd the light for blocks and as phalt will bo lively , the asphalt people being organized to carry their point. Al though the pcoplo favor blocks , the citi- v.ens are glad to see the fight in ono clis- > \rict settled nnd permanent improve ments commenced. TIIK SALi : OK 8TATR LOTS drew a largo attendance at the capitol building yesterday nnd the sale was hold ; in the senate chamber , Commissioner 'Scott having charge , and Luce and [ Khoadcs , the auctioneers , doing the soli- ting. Noticeable among the buyers were a number of Omaha real estate won and capitalists , and local property owners were out in force. The appraisement of .those . lots was considered by many very low at the time they wore appraised six 'weeks ' ago , but few realized that the aalcs ( would run up to what they dia. Only a [ tow of the lots were what might bo koriuoii high priced lots , but nil wore worth womothinK ami sold in many instances nt prices paid and made bargains. The sale opened with scattering lots west of the railroad traoks in the Halt Crock bottom. 'Some of those were cut up ami washed away , but they were appruisoil on an av erage of IMO , and sold readily at an aver- Wo of $160 , each 25x140 in size. Lots ap praised at $100 each brought $35(1 ( to $400 tiach , and lots apprhised at * 1,000 dou bled their value in the sales. There are , all told , 300 of those unsold state lots to bo sold out , and at the rate they were bolng gathered In yesterday they will bring the state nearly if not quite flOO- 000 , which funds will be set apart for beautifying the capitol grounds. The Bale will bo continued to-day until the on tire list is closed out. v A NOVEL COlll'OUATION. The Stengor Honovolnnt association , located at Columbus , Neb. , has tiled ar ticles with the secretary of stiUe , setting forth the object of the corporation to bo to take by gift or purchase , or devise property amlmonoy not exceeding $100 , 000 , and ttio increase thereof as it annu- nllv accrues , to relieve the necessities of indigent tanners in Finite county , by pronuring for thorn at times of sickness , medicines ami medical aid. The incorporators - porators aru Jacob Krnst , John Harvey and Edward Kensoher. The corporation looks as though it was n good thing for farmers. BRIEF ITKMS. The Lincoln street railway has just re ceived two now pars for their lines that linvu been entered for service on the Tenth street road. These cars arc the finest ever brought to the city. The rapid transit company are secur ing their route , having built from the depot up U street to OTolt's hotel , and yesterday were scouring tlto contcr ol Twelfth street at the opera house corner , It has every appearance of business. The council has been holding several epocial meetings ot late , but the paving "tins not yet been settled. Mr. Clark , it is understood , stands ready to commcnci : laying blocks in ten duya from the time contracts are closed , and the boom will reawaken with the advent of work. The new base ball park is proving vorj satisfactory to the public , as is evidence- : < by the attendance at games , being nearlj ' 'double in number those who patronizoc the old grounds. [ Governor Thajor was a passenger tc i Salem yesterday , where he attends tlu commencement exorcises at thu public choola at that place. These visits of tin governor among the people arc greatly appreoiatcd. ' Deputy Land Commissioner Carter is homo from his western trip and reports successful sales of Chase comity school lands. The clam bakers are gathering nt Crete for their great annual featt that will bo inaugurated at noon to-day A largo number have gone from Lincoln. " TIII : Sonic New nml Intcr-entlng Develop ments in the Cnsc. The animus of the attack upon Chief of 1'ollco Soavey resides in n clique of disappointed individuals who are de termined to ruin if they cannot rule. Public opinion is gradually going to the suppoit of Captain Scmvo.y. Said n gentle man of prominence yesterday who re fused to allow the use of his name : "Tho attempts to bluckon the reputation of Chief Scavoy nro a part of u damnable plot. It emanates from a few whoso pri vate lives are by no means above re proach. Through a detective agency in this city and one in Los Angeles , California , the story taken from the Los Angeles Times , was originated. The most vicious attacks on the chief have como from men who liavo themselves lived hero scarcely longer than the chief. Disappointed in their ef forts to control the police department as a political machine through the man whom they conspnod to make chief , these men have plotted nnd counterplotted as they ever have since their advent hero. These schemers enlisted a detective agency in Omaha , which has corres pondence with agencies in California , and is intimate with one in Lo Angeles. Thu Los Angeles detectives sprung the story , which appeared in the Times of that place , and copies of the paper were forwarded to thu conspirators here. Yon know how easily this could bo done , for there are always persons who can be found to do anything for a consideration. Observe that the story does not come from Santa llarbara where Soavoy lived for a long time. Kvon if there was a foundation for the report It show * the character of the men wno will carry their opposition into the private life of a reputable man. I have talked to a doron men to-day men who have felt that they would rather have seen some ono els3 made chief of police and not one but are beginning to hympathi/.o witli the chief as against the plotters. " Mr. John O'Connor said yesterday to a ronortcr for thu Br.K : "I wasin the stock business in California and have been in Santa llarbara many times. I mot Cap tain Soavoy there the first time , I think , in 1875. Ho was then marshal , lie was universally spoken of as a nice man and a man of excellent reputation , and as good as any in tlio state of California. He treated everyone courteously , and was considered a man of unswerving courage and nn oHiciont ofll- cor. Aftewanls 1 bought cattle north of Santa llarbara , whore Seavoy was farming. Ho was regarded as in every way an nonorablo man. I am so positive that the story is false that I will stand to pay tlio tare of the woman to this city if she can bo found and brought on here to testxfy. " City Comptroller Goodrich addressed a letter to the city attorney asking if , under the circumstances ho should pay out the city's money ns salary to the chief of police. Mr. Webster said last evening that the chief should be pul upon tlio appropriation list. that it was tor the council should pass upon whether the money should bo paid. Mr. Webster thought ho was en titled to the money until the question was determined. Ho would not pass an opinion upon the situation between tlio board of commissioners and the coun cil. cil.As As 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon the board of police commissioners met in the mayor's olhco in the Annex building. Commissioner Bennett was absent on account of sickness , for which reason the board did not adopt the rules and regulations which were brought up for consideration. Priutod forms for ap plications for police and firemen's posi tions were decided upon nnd ordorcd printed. Chief Soavoy appeared before the board and emphatically de nied the charges in the morning papers. Captain Searoy said that the only foun dation for the story was that ho had had domestic trouble. Ho could not Hvo wi h his wife and had loft her. Ho loft with a clear record and referred a number of names to the board from whom the com missioners could learn the trutn ot his statement. His former wife had married again. There was one child ason. Ho had not deserted his family and ho had not left Santa Barbara with a woman to say nothing of another man's wife. These stories were unqualilicdly false. Ho asked that the truth of thcso statements bo verified by reference to the cituons whose names no presented. The chief re tired nnd the board discussed the situa tion. It was decided to investigate the charges against Chief Soavoy and if his assertions wore verified to stiuk to him through thick and thin as against those who so assiduously sought his downfall. The board was in session for several hours , and with this understanding the' session ended. SEAVEV'S KKCOUD. Yesterday morning the BEE sent a dis patch to the city marshal of Santa Bar bara asking him in regard to Soavoy's record and if ho abandoned his wife and child and ran away with a married woman of San Francisco. The following answer was received last evening : SANTA. BAIIUAIIA. Oal. , June 8. W. S. Seavey abandoned his wite and child here , and a Mrs. I'adtlock disappeared at the same tlmo. Fituii Foimusn , Deputy Marshal. An Interview With tbo Chief. Chief Soavoy was found in his rooms at a late hour last night and was shown the telegram from the deputy marshal of Santa Barbara. The chief road the mis sive nnd calmly returned it. "What'have you to say about the telegram - gram , chief ? " "Nothing. The matter is in the hands of the police commission. Thoy'will in vestigate thorn. It should rest there. " "Do you know Deputy Marshal Far- bush ? " "Oh , yes ; ho was a young man when I was there. Ho is a very nice young man. " "Did you over have any difficulty with him Is there any reason that you can imagine why ho should foul any animos ity toward you ? " "No reason whatever so far asl know. " "Did you know any Mrs. Puddock in Santa Barbara ? " "Thoro were several families of Pad docks in Santa Barbara. I lived neigh bors to one family and was on good terms with them. " "Wasyour name over associated with a Mrs. Paddock ? " "No , sir. " "But your name is hero mentioned in connection with such a person ? " "It is by Inference only. A Mrs. Pad dock may have left there at tlio time 1 did. I know nothing about it. " "Chief , worn your domestic troubles generally known did they get into the prints or were they current about town ? " "I prefer to say nothing about my do mestic matters. The commission will in vestigate me. The affair Ss in their hands. They have or will haTO the names of persons who can furnish thorn evidence. " "Is there nothing you have to say chief ? " "Nothing whatever. 1 am in the hands of the board of police coinmls * sioncrs. " Candidate * liobblnc Up. Late yesterday afternoon it became apparent ! that the combination against the II I chief was powerful enough to over II throw I Captain Scavoy. Candidates for the I head of the poljeo dejmrtmont began to I again bob serenely up. Among the number 1 of now names mentioned was that of Isaac N. Pierce , formerly super intendent of the Douirlas county poor farm. Tlio number of aspirants is in creasing. BTKKET ItAlWAY Tlio Allocutions on Which Injunctions nto Asked Council Takes n llntid , In the action commenced in the district court which is referred to elsewhere as a of tlio contest between the Omaha Motor Railway company and the Omaha Horse Hallway company , tlio former alleges that it is authorized to construct street railways In Omaha , and lias boon tor the last month authori/.ed to constiuct and operatic a street railway on Loavcnworth and Sixteenth streets , and that in pursu ance of this authority it proceeded to construct a street r.vilway on Leaven- worth street between Fourteenth street on the east and the western limits of thn city , and that it placed ties mid rails upon I.eavonworlh street across Six teenth street. That on Juno 2 the defend ants unlawfully icnioved the track , tics and rails of thu plaint ! ! ! ' ; tha the defendant is now attempting to construct a track upon the right of way of the plaintiff in such a manner as to prevent and obstruct the plaintill's lino. The plamtiu" prays , therefore , for a temporary injunction and restraining order bo granted. The petition is signed by J. C. Cowin , the plaintilV's attorney , and verified by Samuel D. Mercer , the president of the plaintiff company. Judge Neville granted tlio temporary restraining order and set the hearing for Juno G. The bond of the phuntill was placed at $500 , which was given , with S. 1) ) . Mercer and John Field as surotjos. The counter petition for an injunc tion against the Omaha Motor company sets forth that the defendants have no right or au thority whatever to construct steel rail way tracks in the streets of the city of Omaha and are trespassers thoreon. and that the said plaintiff has now , and has had ever se.n co the passage of the act aforesaid incorporating it , tlio right to build and operate horse railways jn , along and upon all the streets of the city of Omaha and the exclusive right thereto. George E. Pritchctt is the llorso Hail- wav company's attorney. W. J. Connell takes a hand in the discussion , by commencing an action on behalf of himself and other property holders on Loavenworth street against the Motor company. Ho complains that the Motor company's line is a public nuisance ; that its trade is laid in a winding and irregular line with "T" rails , which are forbidden by ordinance ; that the company is without a franchise , and is pushing the work with a force of over lifty men , to the great detriment ol about ono hundred property holders , Ho asks for an injunction , also. THE couurs. The Cases Determined in Them the Ijiist Twenty-four Hours. Judge Dundy was confined to his homo this morning by illness. In Judge Groff's court , this morning , irank Wolf ! ' , charged with arson , was found not guilty at the suggestion ot the county attorney , who became satisfied that there was not evidence in the case sufficient to convict the defendant. Tlio latter and his wife were present , and both shed tours when the verdict was read. Judge Hopowoll is hearing the case of Officer Duff Green against Constable Edgcrton and a party named Miller , to secure a reward "of $100 for the arrest of a silk robber , whom both Green and Edgeiton claim to have arrested. Judge Neville is still hearing the case yf Melquiht vs J.E. Hilcy , which involves some difficult questions of law and _ sev eral doys may elapse before a decision shall bo given. Between times Judge Neville issued the railway injunctions elsewhere referred to. The case of Wolff , above mentioned , disposes of all of the criminal cases with the exception of that of manslaughter against Mlttman of Millard , nnd Val- lencc , charged with the killing of Quin- Ian two weeks ago last Sunday night. Those Mr. Si moral does not wish to bring up for a week , which will proba bly enable Judge Groff to assist Judges Neville , Hopewell and Wakoly on the civil dockets. Commissioner * nnd Farm Deeds. The county commissioners are offering to purchasers of lots in the part of the county farm just sold , quit-claim instead of warranty deeds. These have boon de clined by several of the purchasers , but the commissioners say they will not give any others until they got an opinion of the county attorney upon the subject. Two great enemies Hood's Sarsaparilla - parilla and impure blood. The .alter is utterly defeated by the peculiar modi- cine. A Strange Bird tn Korshaw. Camden ( S. C. ) Journal : One day last week while Mr. F. B. Phelns was going through the swamp at Mulberry a largo bird flow out of a tree overhead. Ho im mediately throw up his gun acd h'rcd at it , breaking one wing. Upon going to it ho saw it was a new bird to him , and one of the moot savage creatures he over saw among the bird family. Ho thinks it belongs to the owl family , as its head is largo , with tremendous black eyes that almost snap lire as they look at any ono. His claws are also very largo , but have no feathers or hair on them like the or dinary owl. His face looked like a monk ey's , with white cheeks and a black streak over each oyo. The rest of his head inclined to gray with black dots near the end of each leather. The body was covered with a beautiful plumage unlike any other bird ho over know of. Whenever he wont near it it gave a most unearthly yell , that oven frightened the dogs. It whipped out every dog on the place. Ho searched through Audubon's works but failed to find any bird like it , and ho is at a loss to know what it is. MOST PERFECT MADE Used by the United flutes Government. EndorMt ) br tba be&diot tba Great Unlvereltle * and 1'ubllc Food AaaljtUuTtia BtroDg * > U'ureet , and most Health JuL Dr. Price 'a tba onl/ Halting 1'qwderthat doe * Dot contain Ammonia , I.lrnoo' m. Dr. l'rlco'3 Extract * . Vanilla , Lemon , etc. daUcloiuJ ; . FlUCEBilUHUFOWVEUCO. SCRATCHED28 YEARS. A Scaly , itching , Skin Disease with .Endless Buttering , Cured fcy Cuticurn Koinedios. If 1 hml known of tlio ( .I'TU uitv tuout'C > lirht jciirs ago it would lii\u : suvud mo T,1 uui itwu liumlHil dolliir * unil 1111 Immense Amount of BUilPrliiK My OUonse ( I' ormsl ) I'ominenceJ nn mjr lieml lu a t > ot not lurKer tliiniii cent. lt picnil inpully nil in or my hotly iitul irot under ttiy nulls. I'luscale * would ilroj ) oil of mu nil thu thin1 , nnd my utlurlnit wns endless , n'lil without rolluf Ono tliottinnd tlol- Itirdttotild not tuinpt mo to luuo tlilj illsc.iso ovcrasnln. 1 urn u poor num. liut foci rich to bo rullort'd of what eotno ( it tlio doctors s.ild wiii l ( prosy , s-otiio rlnp worm , p orln l , utc. 1 took . . . anil , , Siirsuimrlll'H ' over 0110 your iitul n hnlf. hut no euro. 1 went to two or tin i'0 doctors imd no cm i\ 1 cannot liriilsu thoCUTici'u v lit \irnu.S too nuicli. TUi-j lw\o ninilo my skin ns clenr nnd frco from sciilcs us n bnfoy'g All I uacdof thorn win three bows of Ci'Tict'liA , and thrro liottlei ofCirm'inti liMOt.vKNT.iuid two cakosor CuTict'iiSou - . If ) ell lm < l boon hero and -mid joii would euro niu for $ -OU.OOj ou would luuo ) md tlio nionoy. 1 looked Ilkti tlio picture In > our book of 1'i-or- Imli (1'littiro ( nntiibor two "How to Cure Hkln DIsoHf-es" ) , but now 1 ntn ns ulonr ns any person ovcrwns. Tlirounh fortu or hnblt 1 rub my lmtid over niv iirms nnileff \ to scratch oncoln n while , but to no purpose. 1 am nil wrll I scratched twenty olitlit youn , nnd It potto bo n Mini of second tmutro to mo. I tlmnk jou n thotiennd tlmo * . Anything more that you wnnt to know wrlto me , or liny ono who rends this may u rite to mound I wlllnrworlt. DKNMS I)0\7N'INU WATEIIIIUIIY , VT. , Jnn. 20th , 1M7. IVorlnsIs , Kc/oinn. Tetter , Ulnuworm , Mchon , Pruritus , Scull Ilcnd , Mlllc Oust. Dnndiuir , Ilurbcrs' , linkers' , Oiocers' mid WiHiur- uonmn's Itch , mid v\ery "pcclon of Ituhlnir , Ituinliur , Scaly , I'lmtilr llumor of the Skin mill tcnlji nnil Illood. vrltu Los of llntr , nru wial- tl\ely cured by UoriuiMM , tlio ( front Skin Cine , nnd CUTIUUUA SOAP , nn o iUl ] lto bkm lloautl- fler fvtcrnnlly.nnd Cinirtni HMOI.VK.NT , tlio now Hlooil I'urlller Internally , wlion physicians nnd nil ether remedies full Poiil o\orywhoio 1'rlce : Ct'Ticuru , Mcont * ; llK < ot.vi NT , $1.00 ; Soli' . - " > cents. 1'iopiiiod.by 1'OTIEU DllUO AMI CllbMIOAI. Ct ) , HjStUll , MlllS. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases. " PIUI'I.KS , Itlnckhcndg , Skin Illoinlshcs , nnd III ) llnb ) Iluinoia , uaoCuiKJL'uv SUAl' . KIDNEY FAINS With tholruutiry , mill , nchInjr. lifolpRS , iill-Ronij "onBiitum , nn vri ) IN ONI : MINIPIK by the Cunci'iK ANTI-PAIN Pr.\HTHI. WHrrnnloil. At ilriitfclsts , ' 2"i cents. Potter DritK Co , Ilostou. SOMETHING NEW. Warranted to neither break down or roll up In vvoor. S n Gtnnlne Ilhoat KUIO itnmM 01 Inilfa of Corset , Try III It lll f it yon nothing If But M r prf * nl d. CHICAGO CORSET CO. CHICAGO. NEW YORK. Embody the highest exellcncies in Shape linessComfort and Durability nnd are the Reigning Favorites n fashionable circles Our name is on eve' ry sale. J. & T. COUSINS , New York. ATRTACTION ! UNPRECEDENTED OVER AM1LLION DISTRIBUTED , _ CAPITAL PRIZE ; $309,000. l SLf ! Loulaanla State Lottery Company. IneorporHtort by tlio legislature In 136S. for ecliioi- tloiwl nnd charitable purpoio * . untl lt9 irmiihUo nuiilc n part uf tuA pro oiit itnte constitution , In 1S7J. iin ovorwtH'ltnlru popular vote. ItsGrnnd Blnglo Number Din ings tnkoplneo monthly , and tlio Oiuml Soml-Annunl Drnwiiips regularly every six months ( Juuo and LJccouv bor ) . . " \Vodohnrobr certify thnt\vo supervise the nrrnnpomems for all the Monthly nnd 8oml-An < nuiil UrntTiiics of The Louisiana State Lottery Company , nnd In pcrcon miiniuro nnd control tlio drawings tliomsolves , niidtlint the sanio nro conducted with honoity , fairness nnd In good faith toward all purtlrs , nnd no Authorize tin Company to use this certlllonto with fno-sim lies of our signatures attached , in its advertise ments. " COMMISSIONERS. We the undersigned Dunks and Danker * will nay all Prizes drawn In The Louisiana Htuto Lotteries which may bo presented at our coun ters. J. If. OGI.KHRY , Pros. Louisiana National nk. 1'IEKKE LANAUX , Prcs. State National Rk A. BALDWIN , Pros. Now Orleans Nut'lllank CARL KOUN , I'rcs. Union National Oank. GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING. In the Academy of Music , New Orleans , Tuesday , June 14 , 1887- CAPITAL I'KIZE , 83OOOOO. 100,000 , Tickets at Twenty Dollars Each. Halves $10 ; Quarters SS ; Tenths $2 ; Twen tieths SI , LIST OF PIII7ES. IPniZE OF 100.000 Is . $300 00 IPUIZEOf 1UO.OOOIS . 10J 00 oo.ooois . no-no 1IMUZU OF aS OOIa. . .5 . S5 .00 2 1'IUX.KS OK 10.000 uru .v . O3.03 SPIir/RSOF S.OdOnro. , , . . 25 00 21 PUI/.KSOF l.OOOmo. . . . . li-HO ) KO I'KI/I'.S OF UMnrei.t . 60'00 200 I'lu/.ns OF itOOorO , 01.00 & 00 I'ltUKS OK 100,00 ' ' AI'I'UOXIMtTIOH 100 Prl/cs ot f.ViOiipproxlmatlnR to 8.tiWK ) ) ) I'rl/onro . . ' ' CO.OX ) 100 Prizes of $ WO uiproxlmntlntr | to f 100.0JO I'rl/o nro..M. 00,000 100 I'rlzos of t"-Q npproxlmntlu ? to JM.OOOl'rl/0 lire , 20,000 TE11M1NAI. nil l.S. 1,000 Prices of tlOOdoolded by1 .f JOO.OOO 1'rUo are . . . . . , 100,000 1,000 Prizes of 1 100 decided by , . . $100,000 Prize are . ) ! . . 100.0M ' 3,130 Prl/os amounting to fl,0a,000 Korclubrutt > 4ortnr furthor'fnfonniitlon ' ai > rlr to tbo undersliineU. Your banitwrlllur rauit bo cllv tlnct und ulEDutura pliln. unroriipll return mull delivery will be u.sured bjr jour oncloMni an on- vHope boftrlnir rour full adilrejii. Send itiSTAI. MH'KH. eiptnM money orders , or New Vork Uxcliange In ordinary Utter. Currency bjr ezpresi (81 ( our ePni ji aJdejuil ' tgitHjj. 'NEW OHI.EANS , Ia. , Or SI. A. UAIIPIIIW. WASlllNfiTON , D. C. Address Registered letters to MB\V OIU.KANH NATIONAL HANK RT ? AT tit AT n P U I ) General Tuat the ! Ue proienea ureii rd and of Karlr , wno are In cunrge of till Urawlngi. u Ruar- anue. or abtoluto fnlrncii and Inte.'rnr. that tba chaocca are all o.itinl , anil that DO on can potilb r OlTln * nat numbers will draw a I'rlio. HUMUMIIKIt I hut the purmcut of all prize * li aiTAUA.STHCI" 111' tOI'K > .ATII > S'AI , nANKSOt N W Orleini. and the Tlcketiareilgnod hf thoproildent of nn Innlllutlon. whose chittur l ilghu > o recog nized In tha highest courts i therefore , bonaro of an ? Imitations or nnonjrnou * acueniej INSTALMENT DEALERS Will l llmljtmurliiu they need A mNE | - " > > d < m to OMAHA DEPOT -FOK- SPALDING'S LAWN SUPPLIES TENNIS Worn by nil the leadlnc English and Ameri can Tennis I'laycrs. I'rtco , to W each ; Caps to match , $1 ; Cout anil Cup , K ; Silk Tennis Belts , tl each. Flannel Tennis Uniforms Made to Order. Tennis Shoes , Tennis Nets , Tennis Poles , Spaldlng's Kcgulation and Wright & Dltson's Adopted TcnnU U.ills. Cedar Handle Tennis "Hats rrom $1.60 toSG.OO each. 82TThe special attention of Tennis play ers Is called to SPALDING'S ' WINDERMERE RACKET , the finest tennis bat nindo. iu ) puicr. I.TST ritr.c COLLINS G-UN Co. , 11M2 Douglas Street. Lincoln , Neb. Tltn best limiwn mid most popular hotel In tlio si nto. Locution contra ) , appointment * llrst clnss. Hciuliimrtors lor eoninuiruliil mun mid ull political and public tfiitliuiiiurs. 1111. UOHOnN.PioprlotOr Jchool , County anil City BO3STIDS ! Wo will pay hlulicst pi lee for sunu. ( ado nt lowest r tos. Correspondence Rohcltod. STULL BROS. , LINCOLN , Nun. KLEIN HOUSE , Johnstown , Neb , The best accommodations for travelers. The best hotel in town. F. G. FRITZ , Proprietor. DR UMDAYIESON 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis Mo. Of the Missouri Stale Museum of Anatomy , St. Louis , Mo , , University College Hospi tal , London , Gicscn , Germany and New York. Having devoted their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF Nervous , Clinic and DISEASES , More cspecia ily thse arising from impru dencc , invite all so suffering to correspond without delay. Diseases of infection and contagion cured safely and speedily with out detention from business , and without the use of dangerous drugs. Pa tients whose cases have been neglected : badly treated or pronounced incurable should not fail to write us concerning their symptoms- All letters receive immediate attentionJUST JUST PUBLISHED. And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt of one 2 cent stamp. "Practica' Observations on Nervous Debility and Physical Exhaustion , " to which is added an Essay on Marriage , ' with important chap ters on Diseases of the .Reproductive Or cans , the whole forming a valuable medica treatise which should be read by all young men. Address , DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON , 1707 Olive St..St. Louis. Mo. Paid up Capital $860,000 Surplus 42,000 H. W. Tales , President. A. E. TouzaHn , Vico-Prcsldent. W. H. S. HuRhes , Cashier , milEOTOKS : W. V. Morse , John 8 Collins , II. W. Yates , Lewis S. Reed. A. E. Ton/aim. BANKINtToFFICE : THE IRON BANK , Cor. 12th and Farnam Sts. A General Bunking Business Tr unsactc BOSTON , MASS. CAPITAL , . . . $100OOO SURPLUS , . . . . 60O.OOO Accounts of Banki , Bankers and Coipo rations solicited. Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are excellent and we re-discount for banks when balances warrant it Boston ia a Reserve City , and balances with us frombankenot ( located in other lie- serve Cities ; count as reserve. We draw our own Exchange on London and the Continent , and make Cable trans- lers and place money by telegraph through out the United States and Canada. Government Bonds bought and sold , and Exchanges in Washington made for Banks without extra charge. We have a market for prime first-class Investment Securities , and inyite proposals trom States , Counties and Cities when is suing bonds. We do a general Banking business , and invite correspondence. ASA P. POTTER , President. JOS. W. WORK. Cashier. _ ON DAYS' TRIAL. THIS HEW ELASTIC TRUSS llu . l' U different ( rum all othcn. It ran > baw > . with Self. wljaiUne lull In center , &dtpu ltvl ; to all P ! t i of tb culara frou. KtUUSIUI TUCSS CO. , ttlc.io , III. WEAK UNDEVELOPED F oftli * l ) 5V olarj U and itrtunllicocd. TPnll particular * MBl ( le&led ) lice. ClilK MEmCAL CO. . Uufiilo. M. V. 1119 MEN , 1119 Hi BOYS To como and liavo themselves arrayed in onr recent arrivals of summer wear , found in separate depart ments.at one price which a child can buy as cheap as an adult , oun MOTTO has and win be "Buy for cash aa cheap as possible and oiler at prices that shuts out all avenues of would bo com petitors. Seersuckers , Pongees , Flannels , Al- paccas , Etc. Made up in Coats and Vests , ill un abun- danceat prices less than can be shown anywhere out side of our store PANTALOONS , in an unrivalled variety , at prices $2.90 , $3.20 , $4.10 , $5.20 , $6 , $6.50 , $7 , $7.40 , $8 , $8.40 , $9. Our assortment in light and medium weieht SUITS at prices we quote them will surprise he who PAYS A VISIT TO Tk TOPaflofs 1119 Farnam Street. New Model LawuMower Five Sizes , Will cut higher grass than any other. Has no equal for ainijiliclty , durability and case of operation , This ia the latest Improved Ma chine in the Market. Low Prices. Send for circulars. PHIL STIMMEL & CO. OMAHA , NEBHASKA. State Agent it for Porter' * Haying Tool and Jobbers of Minding Twine , FIRE-PROOF. is the perfected form of portable Hoofing , manufactured by us for tbo past twenty-seven years , and is now in use upon roofs of Factories , Foundries , Cotton Gins , Chemical Works , Railroad Bridges , Cars , Steamboat Docks , etc. , in all parts of the world. Supplied ready for use , in rolls containing 200 square foot , and weighs with Asbestos Roof Coating , about 85 pounds to 100 square feet. Is adapted for all climates and can bo readily applied by Unskilled workmen. Samples and Descriptive Price List frco by moil. H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING CO. , H.W. Jobnt' Fire and Water-Proof Aibestot Sheathing : , Building FH , Aibeatoa St m Packing ! , Boiler Covering ! , Liquid I'alati , Fire-Proof lalnt , cte. VULOABESTONi UooldedPaton-Bod Packing , Jtl Ci , da l < ta , 8bet Packing , eta. .E.t hilh.d IB5B. 175 RANDOLPH ST. . CHICAGO.mi , For Sale by Chicago Lumber Co. , Omaha , Neb , , and Council Bluffs , Iowa. DEWEY & STONE FURNITURE A magnificent display of everything useful and ornamental in the furniture- maker's art , at reasonable prices. EELIABLE JEWELER. Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware 'I he largest Mock. I'ricci the lowest. Repairing a specialty. Work warranted. Cor ncr Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union I'ac ificRailroad Company. Onu Artnt ( Mfrfcainonlrlw ntni timr > ry iiwn far Wo think your "TanillPs Punch" Ro pcriortomostof our frtolnnrn. Thnyuro thn Binokura dolitfiit , und nearly all nt tlio it rum- inurs USD ihnm whnn ttioy uui bo olitulnrd. C. C. Chulnioi.J , DriiKKlst , HmlttifluM , Vii IDDEEtt , R. W. TANS/LL & 0. , CHICHI PllES SALT RHEU * H Cfli B , v w v v H - - w and all al-ln * dlsensea. A new tnetliod or niTW pnuudinu Unr. A Cure t'uamiiU l , or innnvy r ( und T. Bold by druc l H , end ( UtbncUlcool TAR-OIO CO..71 UIHlfHST , CHICAGO. " - " SCIENTIFIC URING I4-2O DREXEL & MAUL , Successors to Jno. ( r , Jaoohi , UNnXUX.TAK.ERH AM > U.IIUAL.W.KS. At the oldbtunu 1107 I'arnnm t < t. Onlom bytolcgrapli sollcituU und promptly at- tcnJudlo. Telephone No.