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'THn pS' 7"Jp > 5f * / SW ' .T I % ? * > ; ; < jgfi "vsr v&nHffr"i , . , * tryM r ljplW1'1 KifH'tt 'Aft'njn - - - " - ' " - ' .r1 df w * T irT I'rTr.s1 ' wv y wjnf > * e'g i i > * * 8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEI3 : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER D. 1887. BLOODSHED AT EARLY MORN , A Jealous Husband Attempts to Kill His Wife. THEN HE COMMITS SUICIDE. r k | Bpnintlon In NortInvest Oninlm The TruKcdy In the Cltnrlcn Htrcot Cottage Coro- ncr's Itiqucat , Jacob Alblec , a stone inn'on , who was Well off financially , killed himself yester day morning between 3 and 4 o'clock by shooting. The fatal bullet ? perforated his throat , and thcro were also wounds over the left eye and on the check. The tragedy occurred at his residence in the northwestern part of the city at No. 8207 Charles street. The caiHo of the suicidal act was jealousy of his wife , whom the deceased accused of being too intimate with her brother-in-law. From the best evidence obtainable it appears that Albicc carne into the room whore his wife was sleeping and without saving a word he fired two shots tit her the first of which took cltuct in the loft breast and may prove fatal , Mrs. Albico states that her husband was jealous because of at tentions paid her by her brother-in-law and the fact that the latter visited the house Wednesday afternoon must have pivcn the incentive to the murderous work. The first person who arrived on the scene after the shooting , was George A. King- hams.Vlio is a neighbor of Albleo'a. Mrs. Kingham heard the shots and awoke her husband. The latter looked through the window and saw Mrs. Albicc stagger to the door of the cottage. Her dress being on lire where the bullet struck. Mr. Kingham aroused some of the other neighbors , and : i visit to the house revealed the particulars of a trag edy. MM. Albiec was lying on the floor apparently in the agonies of death , and close by her was the husband dcnd. Dr. llostottcr was summoned at once and also the police. Uotli arrived at nearly the same time. Tins morning the inquest on Albico's remains was held and a verdict of suicide ro ndcred. Doctoi Hosteller thinks that Mrs. Albiec will recover although her wounds arc very serious. The deceased was Well known in Omaha , and had accumu lated quite a competency by industrious work. It was observed that ho was acting very strangely of late , and those who know him attribute ) his change of conduct to jealousy1. He was about thirty-live years of age , and had been married about twelve years. The Splendor of Drews and the artificial cllects of cosmetics , no matter how deftly applied , can never make beautiful or attractive one who is subject to emaciation , nervous debility , or any form of female weakness. Thciu must be reached by inward application , and not by outward attempts at conceal ment , and the ladies may take hope from the fact that thousands ot their sisters have made Ihemselves more radiant and more beautiful by the use of Dr. Picrco's "Favorite Prescription" than they could overhopo to do by the aid of the appli ances or the toilet. GOVERNOR TilAYKK. Ills hotter to the Herald , Showing That Ho Una Hccii Misrepresented. LINCOLN , Nob. , Sept. 0. [ To thoEditor of the Omaha Herald. ] I cut the follow ing article from the Herald of the 1st instant : .Mien Governor Tliayer arrived in Omaha yesterday It was not generally known that he came time by special request of tlmt body of Individuals who pose as a police commis sion , but such Isa fact , nevertheless. Last illicit hoiis present at the council nu'otlnir when Alderman Hascall was pour ing forth A tirade upon the commissioners. anil It is safe to state tlmt if he never was duly posted on ntTnirs In this respect , he loft thn council chamber with all the serviceable knowledge that would be requited to con vince oven a dull person tlmt the council was not nmklm : any unnecessary display In the matter of upholding the rights or the tax payers of ihN city. Alter le ! vi-'j ! the council chamber ho Joined several members ot the cotincll at the Millard hotel v.'liuro a private conference was had. had.After After dilating oa the matter he decided to remain In Omaha for a few days for the purpose ot-taklui ; the matter before the courts. While In the rotunda at the hotel , after the meetlnc of the commissioners was over , he denounced the council In hitter terms. He stated that he Intended to take hold of the matter himself and see what coulubo done itbout It. Just what steps Governor Ihnyer intends to take aside from submitting It to the courts , could not be learned. It Is also said tlmt yesterday afternoon he held a private confab with Mayor liroath concern I UK the re-orvaimation of the police commission , the exact result of which could not bo ascertained , but It Is Indicated that the resignation ot two of the commissioners Is already made out and placed In the magis trate's hands. 1. It is true I arrived in Omaha last Wednesday forenoon , but I did not re ceive a request from any member of the police commission , or from any other person , to come to Omaha ; and no one know I was coming until I arrived there. 2. I did not hoar "Alderman Hascall pour forth a tirade upon the com missioners , " for 1 was not present at the meeting of the council. I left Omaha on the 11. & M. train at 7-15 : that evening , and was at my homo in Lincoln , while , according to the Herald's statement , "Alderman Unsealwas pouring forth his tirade , " etc. 3. I saw only one of the police com missioners when in Omaha , and him only In a social way. 4. 1 did not loin several members of the council at the Millard hotel , "where n private conference was had. " 1 did not denounce the council "in bitter terms in the. rotunda of the hotel. " 1 made no allusion to them , R. I was not in the Millard at any time white I was in Omaha. 0 , I did not state to anyone that 1 was going to take hold of the matter and see what could bo done about it. 7. I did not "have a private confab with Mayor Hroatch concerning the reorganization - . organization of the police commission , " or upon any other subject. 8. 1 did not see the mayor while 1 was in the city. t ) . The resignation of neither two nor of one of the commissioners has been placed in my hands , and I have not hoard of the intention of any one to resign. 10. The Herald's description of the Interview between Pat Hawes and my- eelf on the street in Clmah is one purely of the Imagination , except that wo mot casually. There was no loud talking , no hard words , no difficulty and not the slightest disturbance. People passed and ropnsscd and noticed nothing. 11 , I have liovyr "addressed a Communication lo either of the police commission since they were appointed. 1 have never made a recommendation to either of them , or to the mayor , in favor of the appointment of any oneor against the retention of any 9110 , on the police force. I have never interfered in the slightest degree with the diilicultios be tween the commission and the council ; have never advised them as to the course of action whatever in the matter since their appointment. I ucvur hoard of Chief Seavoy till hia name was mentioned in the Omaha papers , and have never seen him to this day. I never recommended him for appointment as chief. IS. Neither Mr. Stout or Mr. Moshor , or any other person , ever men tioned the prison contract to mo prior to my nomination for governor , or after wards. I never heard the subject named oy any human being until the bill was ntroduced In the house of representatives For extending the prison contract. I never know nor saw Mr. Mosher till about the tlmo I moved to Lincoln , which was the last of December , and then occa sionally. 18. Only thirty-oiio Knights of La bor sent a protest to mo against signing the bill , and , on the contrary , many Knights of Labor did call on mo , and said they were satisfied with the bill an it had been amended and stated they lad no objections to make to my signing t ; and , if I mistake not , all or nearly all of the Knights of Labor in the lousoand in the sena'o ' voted for the bill. [ t passed the house by a vote of moro than four-fifths of the members and by nero than two-thirds of the members of he .senate. The two houses could have passed it easily over a veto , but I do not shield myself behind that. 1 take my 'nil responsibility and after my return Tom the cast , if you will give mo space n your paper , I will present the facts regard to the penitentiary contract in ail all its bearings , the condition of the irison , and the treatment of the prison ers , and will then sobmit the matter to an impartial public. Fren/.ied denunciations , bitter predju- dices , and personal hostilities amount to nothing. Sober facts and reason carry weight. These I will give you. 1 very rarely notice attacks , but in this case make an exception. Verv respect fully yours , JOHN M. TIIAVKH. In thn V/holo Hideous Catalogue Lf ) diseases , thcro were none which , previous to the discovery of Hosteller's stomach bitters , ofl'er more formidable resistance lo the old fashioned modes of tieatment than the group of maladies which , under the collective name of malarial disease , alllictcd entire com munities Unit suffered hopelessly. Chills uul fever , dumb ague , ague cake and jillious remiltent were once regarded as tvcll nigh incurable. Now it rejoices the leurts of thousands who reside in dis- Iriels periodically subject to the visitation if malaria , to feel certain that in the jitters they possess a certain defense against the scourge , a sure means of ex pelling its poison from the system. To the settler in the far west , the new emigrant thither , and to.travelers and tourists by land and sea , the possession of this pleasant safeguard is a guaranty of safety from diseases which they might vainly seek from any other source. WRATMYVKljljDlGGERS. . They Attempt to Kill n. Liawyer Fight With a Constable. Yesterday two well-diggers named Fred Hampol and Herman HaalVko lad a suit against ono Huss jcforo Justice Read. Max Kuhn appeared for the defendant and gained the case. Immediately afterwards .ho well diggers entered Mr. Kuhu's office , which adjoins the justice's , and commenced a violent assault upon him. A bloodhound being in the room at the time starlcd for the assailants , md thus bloodshed was prevented. Then the two men went to Fifteenth street , rnd near the railroad met Mr. Huss , the plaintiff in the suit. They made a savage atlack upon him , ono using a railroad couplingpm , with which I hey tried to brain Huss. Passrrs- by rescued the latter , who Immediately swore out a warrant before Justice James Donnoly sr. The Ijapers were placed in the hands of Moritz Stcgoman , constable. He found Hampel and Haafi'ko in John Authrick's saloon , corner of Dorcas and Sixteenth slroets. Both men resisted and a bloody light ensued in which billiard cues , ginger ale botlles , olc. , played a prominent part. Ofi'tccr Stcgoman finally got his men to the county jail , where they now arc awaiting trial. nKAUTIFUIj CMFTOX IllLti. Handsome Grnmtnercy Park lots only725 ! and if 700 and.your choice $100 CASH , balance live semi-annual payments. This is an opportunity to double your money before any iurther payments are required. Secure one now. A. P. TUKEV , 1U24 Farnam st. Scanlan.H Statement. Policeman Scanlan had a hearing In the police court yesterday. Ho was nervous and told his story with considerable effort. He admitted the cutting , but claimed It was In self-dofenso. The testimony adduced showed that McDonald wont after Scanlan while the officer was under arrest and in the fair mound station house. The prisoner had been disarmed by Oflleer Tuinbull ; and when McDonald approached him In the lock-up hn pushed a revolver under his nose and said , "You , I have you now. " Sranlnn told him he was without arms , and that ho could kill him If ho wanted to. McDonald then struck the officer with the butt of the revolver , and was then cut with the knife. Scanlan was held tor a further hearing to-morrow. . Iowa State Fair , Held at DCS Monies from September 2 to 0. Tickets for the round trip from Coun cil Bluffs , including admission to the fair , $1.45 , on sale from September 1 to 9 , in clusive , coed to return on or before Sep tember 13. Tickets will bo on saie at the Chicago , Rook Island & Pacilio ticket of- lice , 1305 iMirnam street. S. S. Stevens , general agent. A Serious Ijlte. Dr. J. S. Chambers , tno well known veterinary surgeon , w.xs billon in the right hand by a sick horse which he was attending Wednesday afternoon. Yes terday blood poison sot in , and his at tending phyiieian , Dr. Chadwick , fears ho will have to amputate the right arm. Doris & Colvin's Circus. "John H. Doris & E. D. Colvm's circus , Menagerie , Museum , Hippodrome and New Wild West had u full attendance last night at Chelesa. In fact , the largo tent scarcely held the vast throng. Aliss Stokes , who'io wonderful riding has been the chief topic in Boston society , rode , and rode in a manner which proclaunod her , indeed , a rider graceful , fearless and beautiful. The applause was tremendous. Mr. William Dutton , whois known the world over as the cham pion bareback rider performed in a way never before seen in Boston at least not since Mr. Dutton's last visit. Ho is with out doubt a finished artist , defying the most captious criticism. Every depart ment of the circas and menagerie is con ducted on Ural class principles. Each performer does his or her work in a most complete way. Wo looked in vain for a bad or common place act. As a circus it is certainly a success , and in fact exceeds our expectations. This is especially true of Iho great Roman hip podrome , in the various laces ran , both ancient and modern , classic and popular. The most captious critlo could find noth ing but excellent performances , the rulers , being par excellence. In * the great Wild west exhibition all the scenes from life and thrilling hair-raising acts presented by oilier managers wore given , und added lo with fully fifty more. " Bosion globo. The big show will exhibit at Omaha Thursday September 23 , and will , wo are suro. have a full attendance. Its record is the best , and the names of its artists , which will be seen in our ftd- , speak for themselves. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur ty , strength nnd wliolcsomotioss. Mnro econ omical than the ordinary kinds , nr.d cannot be Bold In competition with the multitude ol low cost short weight nlum or pho phiito powder * . Sold only In r n . UOVAL MARINO : 1'OWDER CO. lOlWall-st , . N. Y. DIAMONDS , WATCHES , JEWELRY , BRONZES -AT- Importer's Prices MAX MEYER & BRO. OMAHA EXPOSITION HALL TO-NIGHT. TIUB FRIDAY EVSNING. RECEPTION AND GRAND CONCERT , GIVEN iiv run Veteran Fife men's ' Association OP NEW YORK. CAPPA'S FAMOUS SEVENTH REGIMENT BAND Of Sixty Eminent Musicians , ami the Bountiful Young Soprami SlnKor , Miss Horfense Pierse , ( Who nmdo such n favorable Impression nt the Omaha Musical rostivul last season. ) The grandest excursion that ever went out of New York1 and the grandest military band concert ever given In America. 150 Of the VETERAN FIREMEN In Uniform of Forty Year Ago. Their favorite "machine , " "Niagara , " on the Rtairo. Admission 7 > cents , llcacrvcd seats $1.00 and $1.50. For sale av box olllco and at Meyer llros. ' muslo store. Union national Bank OMAHA , NEB. Paid Up Capital , $100,000 Authorized Capital 600,000 W. W. MAKSII , President. J. W. RODEFEK , Cashier Accounts solicited and prompt attention given to all business entrusted to its care. Pay 5 per cent on time deposits. No 200 Masonic Building , cor.Capitol Av enue and 16th sts. Telephone No 842. THE BANK OF COMMERCE S1O North 16th Street , Paid in Capital , . . . . $100,000 OF.O. E. nARKER , President. K011T. L. QAHUCHS , Vico-Presldcnt F. IJ JOHNSON.Cashlor. DIRECTORS : S MUKT.R. JOtlNSO.V , DEO. B. IlARKEIt , UOQT. L. 0AIU.ICIIH , WM. SKIVERS r. n. JOHNHON. Acencral banking business transacted. Interest allowed on Irao deoo lw.U Ulllllli Cor 13th anil Douglas sts. Capital Stock . $150OOC Liability of Stockholders . 30O.OOO Tbeonly ictruliir suvlntri bank m tlic state. Five per cent Interest paid uu deposits. Loans Made on Real state. OuvC. HAHTO.V , 1'ioaldent ; J. J. OIIOWN , Vlo President ; U M. IlKVNr.rr , Mann mr Di rector : .loitx E. WILHUH. Caahlor. Union TrustCo 3O § § . 15IU St. , Omtilin , Alcb. Capital , ' - $300,000 Loans lailo on Real Entitle. School , County and Municipal Bunds Ne gotiated. WM. A. PAXTOW , . WM , O. MAwt , . President Vlco I'ros. RODT. L. OAIU.1CH3 , F. IL JOHNSON , bocretai ? Treasurer , I1IHKCT0113 : WM. A. PAXTOS , HKNBV T. CI.AIIKB , W. O. MAUL , 1. \VIMUUS. . UOUT. L. OAR LI ens. 8. U. JOHNSON. _ F. H. JOHNSON. _ FRANK D. MEAD , Carpenter and Builder , FJNECAIHNET WORK A SPECIALTY Telephone COO. 309 SoulUMxleeiUli Street * WE INVITE The 100,000 , visitors that will enjoy the hospitalities of the city during this week , to visit the largest and finest clothing establishment of the west , and inspect the grandest collec tion of goods for mene' wear ever shown here. Our three floors fairly groan beneath their load of new fall and winter goods in every variety of fabric and of every conceivable shape. We have made special provisions for the members of the Gr. In the shape of 2,000 G. A. K. suits , of the best all wool indigo blue flannels and finest Yacht cloth , heavy and medium weight , which we guarantee to sell from 25 to 50 per cent cheaper than other houses. BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS. All who visited this new department last week , acknowledged it to bo the finest and best arranged establishment of the kind , and expressed surprise at the immense assortment of boys' and childrens' suits , and the lo\v prices. Experience has taught thousands of cus tomers that we claim only what we can demonstrate , and that we offer no baits nor prac tice any catch penny devices to make new trade. All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price at Nebraska Clothing Company Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. DR , SPINNEY S. E. Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts. Successfully Treats a'l ' Nervous , Chronic and Private Diseases of Dr. S. Is well known as the founder ot the Montreal ( Canada ) Medical-Institute and pio- jirietor of the Bnlnnoyvillo Intlnnaiy. The Dr. tins had " 7 years' oxpotionco in the treatment of chronic und sexual diseases , and his cll'orls liuinir crowned by wondorfull success , ho uould call the attention of the mulcted to his lontr standing and well earned reputation as suili- clent assurance of his skill and ability. NEKVOUS IIKIIIMTV. Spormatorrluca , Partial Impotcney nnd all diseases of the nervous avstom and sexual or gans speedily and permanently cured. " HLOOU ANll SKIN DISKASUS. SYPHLlS-A disease most h < 'FrlblQ in Its results completely crridi-jste-l . .without the ute of meicury. Charges iraionablo. " - Who may bo suffering tromthoolTcots of jouth- fill lollies or indiscretions , will do well to uvall themselves of this , the greatest boon over laid at the alter of suffering Immunity. IHt. Sl'IN- KEY will guainnteo to forfeit * .YJO for every cnsoof somlnal weakness or private diseases of any kind or character which ho undertakes and lulls to cure. MII > 1 > LE-AOEO ITICN There are many troubled with too froquen evacuations nt the bladder , otlon accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation nnd wcttlrcning of the system in n manner the pa tient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment III otton bo lound.and sometimes small particle of iillm- men will aupoar or the color bo ol a thin , inlilt- ish hue , again changing to a dai K or torpid ap pearance. TllKUK AUK MANV MEN \VIIO 1)IK ( If mis nit picutiTr , Ignorant ot the cause , whtoh is the Bocond stage ot seminal weakness. TIIK DOCTOJl WILL nUAIIAN'Ei : A IT.UITEOT Cltni ! IN ALL fucncASK * , and a healthy restoration of the gcnlto-urifisry organs. Othco hours to W a. hi. , 1 to S , 0 to 0 p. m. N. U. Persons unable to visit l3 may bo treated at their homes by correspondence. Medicines and instructions sent by mall or ex press. CONbtll.TATION AND ADV1CK , 1'KKSON.U.i- 1.V OU IIV LETTER. , IIIEK. Fend stamp for question list and circular. 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Tlie proprietor ot the Omaha Medical ami urgl- ctillincltuio IIIIB p.iblltlicit vnluublu to , of buoki nnil pupera upon uliroulu itim * urjicnl UiBea'ej and tlcioriiiitli't , and l'ie methods ot cura whlcti IIHVB given him tno rcpiitatluaof being the most skillful undiuccoiid'l ' | ie'lill t In Ilia west , and made tno Initltuto o cole > r teil that m tUclno < uron'ntto und pnticnU rcool oil from uTery stnto In the union. AmunK thn bojki l > ono npun the dltetmo * u ( wumtitii one upon nervous apsclal and private ills. caneHOt tlioreiiml nnd urtnnry or nnii vjrledl'ela cured lif uriilcnl uporatloni , anil tlielr I Holy invent- cil clamp comprens ( iisp'niorr tor Ilia roller Hml curoot TUrlcntele , ntrtous oilmunllon nnil sexual ilebllltr. noir rcsturatlTO trjatmcnt I'aneri upon Burijlcnl braces plloi , iiincor * . I'aruljsls , nu. Kleu- trlcltr and 1 10 ne * mngnctlo buttery tor homo uinj catntrh und luhalullon , etc. Unlike niu t houki l Dii d by doctor * free , tliojr do not cousin of testimonial menial * nlth tlctllloui name and Initials , nr rubaun of that kind , tut are pliln doncrliuloin of tllseaiej , rmpionx , now d * > eorcrlei In ineJIclne , nurjerr nnil eloctrUltr. nnd are well worth the poruiil nml canbe nbtalnedfroe b ; nduro lnc the Umnhii Medi cal and buralcul Institute , Utb tir.iot an I Capitol urenue. Omiinit. WI2AK " ' * * 'io'5t. . ni filiUOTIcii TO U 4k ll'iC f * thli iptcilcpurDou , com or - , , _ . . InjSJliI1 * ! * inuoui , mllj. loothli jcurrtnu of IictrlcJL * ' llrdlrtclltlirouih ill t k ptrti.reitor- lof thimtiY Vf'lo hwhh > nit Vuoroui Bmr cth. Currtot > % iJ-liHln nnllr or we forfeit J , O In cuti. Orutiit Jrapr irncnti o t r alt other twin. Wont cun Mr- piftQf nil jeurtil In thrc month ! Rrtlrd j tmphl t4c. rump Tho8 nd nEUctrioCo. IfiBUSjIicit. . ttirouuli errcna and bud prnctlciis CURED. CO , 1'Jl.oiuttbt &tluuia JUMBO IS DEAD And Maud S. Has Retired from the Track lint we have the Lunjctt tin I Finest line of Carrlaiies , Ilurncsa , Jinbcs , s , Horse Clotltiiiu and all h-liul * of Turf Goods , ever carried n lutlic clti/ . 2OO Set > f Team , Farm , Express , Coupe LltfJtt , DouMc < 0 Slnulc liar for wile , refidrdli'iM of cot. tiole uyrntu for the California Horse Hoots , JVojic jrnuine niilcsi t vil , " 7. A , MuKcn-on , S. K" Western At/cntsfor the celebrated Toomcij Sullcy. / < > > around and when you are read/ } buij call on MITCHELL C 1IAIAEH , SW Corner 16th St. and Capital Avc. , Omaha. OF THK SACRED HEART , The Scholastic year commences on the rirst Wednesday In S-ptombor. Difference of reli gion Is no obstacle to the admission of young ladles. Pupils are locelvcd at nny tlmo of the aneludlnglloard. Washing , Tuition in English nnd French , Instrumental Music , Use of Books , per ac son ! of I'lvo Months . (15300 Pnlntlng , Drawing , Cleiimm , Vocal Music , Harp , Violin-extras. Hoferences are icqulrod from persons unknown to the institution , For further Information IPply to the lllght llov. JAS. O'Co.NNOii , or to the Lady Superior. DRU&D.DAYIESON 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis Mo. Of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy St. Louis , Mo. , University College Hospi tal , London , Giesen , German ? and New York. Having devoted their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF Nemos , ( Me and DISEASES , More especially those arising from impur- dencc , invite all so sufl'ering to correspond without delay. Diseases of infection and contagion cured sately and speedily with out use of dangerous dru s. Patients whose cas s have been neglected , badly treated or paonounded incurable , should not fail to write us concerning their symp toms. All letters receive immediate at tention. JUST PUBLISHED. And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt ot one 2 cent htamp. "Practical Observations on Nenous Debility and Physical Exhaustion , " to which is added an "Essay on Marriage , " with important chapters on Diseases of the Reproductive Organs , the whole forming a valuable med ical treatise which should be read by all yourm men. Address DRS. S. &D. DAVIESON , 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo. ui U. S. DEPOSITORY , Omatxa , ITo'to. Paid up Capital $250,000 Surplus 42,600 H. W. Yatcs , President. Lewis S. Heed , Vico-Prcsident. A. E. Tou/.alin. i.'d Vice-Prusidcut. W.I I. S. Hushes , Casluur , DIKCOTOKS : W. V. Morse , John S. Collins H. W. Yatns , Lewis S. Reuil A. E. Touzaliu. BANKING OFFICE : THE IRON BANK Cor. 12th nnd Farnam Sts. A General Hankln e Business Transacto LEAKY ROOFING , Tin or Iron , Repaired. And Pointed , and guaranteed tliiht for number of jcuis. I'uluts no\er blister. GRAVEL ROOFING Manufactured and rrpnliod. FireProof I'alnt 2111 S.lUl 3t. 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Illinois Conservatory of Music Unsurpassed niWnntigei In nil l > 3ptrtmcnt > ot Miiilc , iJlerulure. MmlcnLiMKunuot , Kloiutlijri. AUdrfM IS. F. UUi.l.AHl ) . bupt. , JacKBOnrlllu III RICHARD NUNN , M. D. , ( num. IN ) OCULIST AND AURIST. 1518 DODGE ST , W A. M. TO 4 P. M. ro'uh. WrltlnBth ( < ' M ll. ) y lautnll'l' Bc t nd ihortan 171101 now in uno. Clraulir * MERCHANTS' National Bank , OP OMAHA. Northwest Corner Furnnm ami 13tli Sts Paid up Ctxpltnl , - - $400,000 Surplus Fund , . - - 80.OOO Frank Mnrhv. ) President. Samuel K. Kopors , Vtce-1'resulont Ucn 11. Wood. Cashier. I Luther Drake , Assl-Ciwhtor Accounts solicited and prompt atteu * tlon paid to all business entrusted to its care. i ECONOMY IS WEALTH Why pay high prices fnr hats and gents' furnishing goods , when by calling at Ford's 622 N. 16th St. , you can save fiom 25 to BO per cent. Just received , Fall Undcrucarall grades and prices. Neckties in all the latest styles and at prices that will astonish you. Full line ol Hosiery and Gloves at popu lar prices , Complete line of Shirts. Our $1 lauit- dried ntul unlaundricd shuts have no equal. We have just added a. hat dupnrtmcut and cnn show all the atest styles in both soft and still' hats , at prices that cnn't be beat. Large vaiicty of G. A. R. lints nt low prices. Call and be convinced that what is said above is true. R. FORD . J. , 622 North 16th street , Omaha Capital $500,000 Surplus 1OO.OOO Herman Kountze , President. John A. Crelghton , Vicc-President. F. H. Davis , Cashier , W. H. Mecrauier , Asst.-Cashier. FOR SALE BY ALL LCADINQ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS. nuKid wcd-rut&biiu JOHN NELSON , 415 Harncy Street. Telephone No , 5 ! ) Cess Pools and Vaults thoroughly cleaned by thu Odorless Process. Orders promptly filled. JH. R. R1SDQX INSURANCE x AGENT , Merchants' National Hank Ilnildlng , 1 too ml Un-Stalrs. Telephone "o. ai'i , Omnlia , Nebraska. Pl.oenlx. London , Kn ltim ! Si ,721,374.18 Klreracn'B. Newark , N. J l.NMiSfta.SJ Glen's KalH , ( Hen's Falls , N. Y I.W. BJ.W Glrard , Philadelphia , Pa 1,2 JOH.70 ' Weetchbator New York N. Y . . . . lJi-,5 a.05 DREXEL & MAUL , ( Fiiccessors to John 0. Jacobs. ) Undertakers and Einhlmcrs At the old stand , 1407 Farnam St. Orders by telegraph solicited and promptly at" tended to. Telephone No , 225. Notice to Contractors. SEALED bids will bo lecclvod by the Hoard of I'uhllc Lands and llulldlngs at any tune before fore September' . ' . " > , IH'-T.at- . m , , tor ulltwoik and iimtoiluls to complete main hulldlnv fn the Inclinable. Insane on giounds selected to that pnrposn at Hastings , Nebraska , such work und ni.ituilaN to Include tttoum hcutlng , plumbing and sewerage , und all to be done In iKcorduiii'o with plans and specifications now on tllo with the Commissioner of Pulillu Lands and liuildlngR. IlldR must bo accompanied by bond In the sum ot tn.QlKI 00 , conditioned that accepted bidder will enter Into contract to do thu work. Successful bidder will bo required to glvo bondln thu sum of fil.OW.Ofl conditioned lor faithful pei formunco of contract. Contractor to roroixu ni\ty per cent of con tract pileo when building Is up and toot on , nnd forty per cent when building la completed and accented. lllght reserved to accept any or reject all bids. August : ! 1,1847 , lly order ol Hoard of 1'ubllo Lands and lltilld- l . L. LAWh , btcietuiy. ' Notice of Incorporation of the Nebraska Sav ings Bank , Notice Ishcroby gi\en that the NebraskaSUT- Ings Hunk has this day Illod Its attlcle ] of In corporation In the olllco ol tliii county clerk of Douglas county , Nebraska , und will hoiualtur d I business under said articles In the city of Omaha , llniiulua cotintv , NolmiMui i'ltst/riio name of suld corpoiation U "Xo- brasUuHavlng-i Hank. " Second , The principal plnco of bushings of Biililcoiporailon ' hall lie In the city ot Omaha , Douglas county , Nebraska. 'llilrd , ThUKimnriil iiiiturn ol the business ot said corpoiation shall bo the usual business of nBiivlinrg bank and tint iiiiinl liuxlnoas .of a bank of discount iiml lonn and trust ( otnpany. buld bank will rou > lye inonny on deposit and pay Interest thmcon ; "ill loan and Invert monev on approved seem ity both real and personal , ami will buy and sell 110)09 ) , mort gagesanil oilier negotlubli ) Instruments and bonds and stocks , and "III act us trustee and ] llueul agent 1'uurth , The amount ol the aiilhorl/od capi tal stock of said coi poratlon , Is lour hundred thousand dollar * , divided Into lour thousand shares ot one hnndro 1 dollars each , but wild coiporatlon m.iy commence business when two hundred thousand dollniH oT said capital Hock is subscribed fc'ald cnplt il Block Is to bo piiid l.i aa follows : One-fourth us noon as called for by the board of directors , and the balance In installments uri called tor by suld board. Filth , Tim time ot commencement of aitl.t corporation Istlio tlltcenth day of Aurust.A. D.1C87 nnd lt termination shall bo tliollltecnth divnf AuifilHt , A.I > . lUifl. hlvth. The highest amount of Indohlednefll or liability to which mild rorpoiution Khali nt nnv one lirao bo subject shall not cucoed two thfrdsoftho amount of its subscrilied capital flock , except doiiobltK In the bunk and such other exceptions us are piovlded for In chap ter SON > nteim of th" arts of the legislative uv Eoinblr ol Hi" state of Nebraska of IHH7. Niventh. The ailtilrs ot said corporation shall bo conducted by a board ot Illteim direct- cm , live of whom shall ho elected annually on tlio second Monday ot Jammiy of each year , anduhoslmU hold their olllco for the period on thrco yeam ; and by a picsldonl , vleo-prosldonf and ca hler , elected by the board of director t Done at Omaha. Nebraska , this Uth day of August , A. I ) . Ib87. j ' u Mls , , ' i'i.XTiii : : L.'TIIOMAS. JOHN Hl'Hll. ALVIN riAUNDKHS , KltASTIJB A. IIKKSON. K II. JOHNSON. ( H.OKCI ; E. IIAItKKIt. SAMUEL U MKHOKU , JHIltlttS.MOKHIhON J. II KVAHH. . . . , . PAMIJKLCOTNKM. ulTd ill