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. Wr" * Tf * * ' l ! > " THJbJ OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , FEBRUARY 19 , 1883.-TWELVE PAGES. BENNISON BROTHERS. 1519-1521 Douglas St. Great Sale of New Spring Goods * We will offer on Monday and all next week , some of the most wondertul bargains in New Spring Goods ever offered by any house in the west. Note the prices and don't forgetwe always have just what we advertise. GREAT OFFERINGS IN NEW ir Spri Read The Prices 100 pieces All Wool La dies' Clothr32 indies wide , in all the new spring shades , new greys , new tans , fancy mixtures ; etc. Monday Only , Your CMce 28 Cents a Yard Worth 50c. Monday Only. 75 pieces all wool 38 inch Ladies Dress Flannels All new spring shades , really worth 65c a yard ; our price for Monday , 44c a Yard. Monday Only. 100 pieces all wool Tricots 88 inch wide , all new , just re ceived. Beautiful line of col ors. Monday our price is 44 cents a Yard Really worth 75c. 11AYDEN IJIIOS. Special Sale on Lmcc Curtains 60 pair of full taped trimmed curtains 76c u pair. 40 jmir 7 yards long taped trimmed curtain * in ecru with 6 foot polo and brnbs trimmings complete on Monday at $2.25 a pair. 40 pair 7 yards long taped trimmed curtains in ecru with 5 foot polo and brass trimmings complete on Monday at $2.00 a pair. 85 pair 8 yards long taped trimmed curtains in ecru with 5 foot polo and brats trimmings complete on Monday $3.50 a pair. 40 pair 7 yards long taped trimmed curtains in ecru witd 5 loot polo and brass trimmings complete on Monday at $4.60 a pair. These five bargains for Monday nro the best value over ottered in Omaha for the money in lace curtains. They nro worthy of your inspection. On Monday and Tuesday only wo will offer u good quality of white checked Nninnook at 6c a yard , worth moro money. Wo urO'Bliowing n nice line of white goods in checks and stripes , lace stripes , lace cheekBj etc. , nt lOc , IJJJo , IGc , IGc , 18c , 'Mo , 25c , etc. , a yard. There are eomo very nice patterns in this lot , and Indies dcbiring to purchase will do well to look thorn over and see if they cannot save eome money by trading at Huydou Bros. Particular attention is called so three lines of embroidery which wo will offer this week , and wo would ask you to com pare thcso prices with others at double the figure. Mo 4 inches'wide embroidery reduced this week to 8c per yard. 3 to 5 inches wide embroidery reduced this week to 7c per yard. 4 to 7 inches wide ambroidery reduced this week to i'2Jc per yard. 20 pair all wool red blankets worth $5.50 , reduced to $3.60 a pair. 16 pair of white wool blankets worth $4.00 , reduced to $2.50 a pair. .60 largo size , chint/.o covered , Turkey rod lining bed comforts , clean cotton lllling , which sold at $2.75 and $3.60 , re duced to $1.00 each. 10-4 shooting in bleached and un bleached at 22u a yarda bargain. .2 COACH extra good quality of bleached muslin , 12 yards for $1.00. 82-in wide American batoons , some very pretty patterns , at lOc , 12Jcand 15o a yard. White , silk embroidered flannels at 60c , 76o , 85o , OOc , 81.00 and $1.25 a yard. White bed spreads , 55c , 85c , $1.00 , $1.25 , $1.60 and $1.75 each. Now spring dry goods arc arriving daily , and for bargains in this line vibit the popular house of HAYDEN BROS. , 110 & 118 S. 10th , OMAHA , NEB. Embroidery coupons at Falconer's Monday. Wanted Two-first class experienced ehoo salcbmon ( one for mit-scs and ono for children's department ) none need apply except these having worked on fine clubs ot shoes. A. D. MORSE , 14th and Fariuim St. Now buttons at Falconer's Monday. Soldonboi'K'b Figure Is the only long Havana llllod lUo cigar for Co on sale everywhere. J" . M. Gaynoro's mask bull next 3\Ion- \ day evo. Good music and neat program. 1515 Dodge Bt. . New dress trimmings at Falconer's Monday. 45 PCS. All Wool Ladies1 Dress Flannels , 54 inches wide , all new spring [ | shades , sold by other houses at 85c and OOc ; our price for Monday , 65c a Yard. 1 Case Pin Head Check Suitings 42 inches wide , all new , just received , 25c a Yard 25 Pieces Fancy De Beiges 38 inches wide , stripes , plaids and plain to match ; all new light shacles,25c yd Bennison Brothers , HAYDEN BUOS. Sweeping Reductions For Monday. OUR GRAND COMBINATION SALE CONTINUED ON MONDAY. The only chunco of the season to buy goods nt your own price. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT LESS THAN COST TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS. \Vo will place on ono counter tomorrow row goods from this department com prising all kinds of wool and merino underwear , ovorshirts , unlnundricd , shirts , and odds nnu ends of all kinds , many of these being bold at $1.00 , $1.60 , and $2.00 , to bo closed out nt 60c each SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY TO MORROW FOR 50c. Gent's unlaundried shirts 50c , reduced from $1.00 ; gent's fancy wool shirts no drawers , 60c , reduced from $2.00 , 3 pair of gents wool } hose in plain colors for 60c , reduced from 25cjor'pr. 8 pair of gents fancy striped and plain colored British i hose for oOc , reduced from IWc per pr. Gents'fancy suspenders , silk embroid ered and silk ondsonly SOc per pair , re duced from $1.2u. Our best linen colar to-morrow , 5 for 50c , reduced from 20c each. Gents' fancy ovorshirts , in nice now spring patterns , only 60c , reduced from $1.00. Gonts' fancy neck scarfs , now styles , two for 50c reduced from 60c each. Gents' heavy lined leathur driving gloves , only 50e per pair , reduced from $1.00 and $1.60. Gents' fancy silk handkerchiefs , largo size , only 60c each , reduced from $1.00. TO MAKE THIS SALE INTEREST ING FOR MONDAY Wo will make some special prices in Our Ladies' Furnishing Department. 1 lot of Downs' adjustable corsets , no better corset made , slightly damaged , reduced from $2.00. Our price to-uior- r.ow only 60c each. Dr. Stone's corsets for to-morrow , only 69o each , a genuine bargain. 1 case of corsets , perfect fitting and well made , only Site each , reduced from 75e. 8 lots of kid for special gloves tomorrow row at 60 , 05 and 76e per pair , reduced froml , $1.25 and $1.60. Ladies' merino gloves only 16o per uair , 2 for 2oo , reduced from 25e per pair.Ladies' Ladies' fine cashmere gloves only 2oc per pair , reduced from 60o per pair. Children's fine cashmere hose , only 15 and lOe per pair , reduced from 85c. Ladiesheavy unbleached hose for Monday's sale , only lOo each , reduced from 40e. Ladies fine cashmere hose only 60c , reduced from $1. $1.HAYDEN BROS. , IGth st. near Douglas. Now white goods and linens nt Fal coner's Monday. ArclilU-ctH and Superintendent * . Hodgson & Son. 20 , Iron Bank. BUItia.NGTON UOUTE. Free Clmlr Cnra to Chicago. Are run by this line every day , leav ing its own Omaha depot (10th ( and Ma son bis. ) at 0:45 : p. in. Colored jwrtors in charge. Ticket onico 1324 Farnam st. Now white goods and linens at Fal coner's Monday. Jno. M. Gay.noro ; social parties every Thursday , and Saturday ovo. Private given. , ' 2 SPECIAL LOTS OF FINE EMBROIDERIES , at 15c and 25c a yard. The line at 25cruns 10 to 15 inch es wide and are indeed a bar gain at the price quoted for this sale. Domestic Department Monday only.100 pie ces Indigo Blue Fig ured Prints , full gtandard.one day onlyi 6c a yard. 'Cents Yard. Monday only,50 pcs. Lancaster and Amos- keag Apron Check Ginghams , in blue , brown , black , green and pink check. 7c pard , worth lOc. Yard. Bennison Brothers , Haytlcti Bros. Great cutting sale of silks , satins nnd dress goods , Monday morning , February 20th. 20th.Fully warranted black gros grain silk nt65c 65c per yard , regular price , $1.00. 88c per yard , regular price , $1.25. 09c per yard , all colors , regular price , $1.45. $1.25 per yard , all colors , regular prico. $1.75. $1.50 per yard , all colors , regular price , $2'25. $2.60 per yard , all colors , regular price , $4.1)0. ) $4.1)0.SATINS. SATINS. SATINS. A good quality colored satin nt 22c , worth 55c. All colors in satin at 85c , worth 75c. All colors in satin at OOc , worth $1.2-5. SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES. From 65c a yard to f 1.25 a yard , worth from $1.25 to $2.60. Brocaded silks , satins nnd plushes at less than one-half their actual cost to closo. DRESS GOODS. Black French cashmere , all wool Worth 65c , cut down to 85c. Worth 70c , cut down to 65c. Worth $1.00 , cut down to OOc. F. F. cashmere at 22c ; others ask 35o for the same. English body cashmeres , double width , all colors , worth 28 , cut down to lee a yard. 27-in wide , nil wool , double fold suit ings in now spring shades , at 22jc , worth 35c. Wo have opened a handsome line of spring dress goods in now shades and now styles , nnd at prices fully 25 per cent less than others ask for thorn. Call and sco thorn and bo convinced of the truth in this assertion. 600 pieces of American sateons are now open. Ladies interested will find some pretty patterns to bolect from at lOc , 12jc and ISc a yard. H.VYDENBuos. , 110 and 118 S. 10th St. , Omaha , Nob. Now French sateens and Scotch ging ham's at Falconer's Monday. Stock of Union stock yards company , limited , of Omaha , Nob. , for sale in quantities to suit purohiisors by Swift & Co. , 74 Exchange building , Union stock yards , Chicago , 111. Chas. F. Stephens , IMano Timor. Leave orders only at Moinborg's music store , 1516 Dodge street. . Black surahs at Falconer's Monday. The World Renowned AVoher IMnnon. Alfred Moinborg Co. agents , 1610 Dodge street. Special Sale. Commencing Monday , February 20 , furniture , pianos , organs , eto. , at less than the cost of the material. Call be fore you buy elbowhoro. NE\V YOIIK STOUAOK Co. , 1508 Capitol avo. Black gross grain bilks at Falconer's Monday. _ _ IMimo Teacher. Mrs. A. W. Flanders , pupil New England Conservatory of Music , Boston. Residence S. E. cor. JOth and Corby Bt. Will go to pupils homes. hook ! Look ! ! Look ! ! ! The greatest bargains over offered In furniture , pianos , organs , otc. Don't fail to visit the NEW YOIIK STOUAQK Co. , 1608 Capitol avo. 1 - Black laces at Falconer's Monday , Bennison Bros , 5O DOZEN LADIES' ' PRIME KID GLOVES Two Toned , Embroider ed Backs , all Colors MONDAY ONLY 79c a Pair. Bennison Bros , Special Prices on Fine Linens for Next Week , 10 pieces bleached satin ta ble damask , 04 inches wide , our price during this sale 75c yard , worth $1. 8 pieces bleached satin ta ble damask , 70 inches wide , during this sale , 89c yard , worth $1.25. 5 pieces double bleached satin table damask , full 2 yds wide ; during this sale $1 a yd worth $1.50. 25 doz. Ladies' Black Pocket Books , in plain and niokle mounted , 9 inches long as represented in cut. Your choice Monday , 39c each. Domestic Department 1 Case Really worth l2 c a yard , for one day. We will sell 10 Yards for 68c. Monday only. 1 bale 36 inch Unbleached Muslin , 20 yards for $1. Monday only. 1 case 36 inch fine Bleached Muslin , 13 yds for $1. Bennison .Brothers , A DAY OF HEALING The Poor at Exposition Hull. "Theso cures are wonderful. " said an aged gentleman yesterday as the largo attendance slowly left Exposition hall , where Dr. French , of Now York , had publicly healed'tho poor frco. "No ono can comprehend how great a work ho is doing among the poor of Omaha , unless present every Saturday. " said another. "Ho has cured " said mo , a gentleman whoso limbs had ceased to perform their functions. "I know it , for I work every day now , and before ho cured mo I was pronounced a helpless invalid. " "My hand has forgotten its cunning , " said Mrs. Svonson. The doctor manipu lated it u few minutes ns she closed nor hand the llr.-jt time in twelve months. A man giving his name as Whalen had boon ' crippled in his hip and leg for seven years , walked frco of pain and with scarce a semblance of his former suffering. 'A moro remarkable case was that of a young man whose hip \yas ankylosed from what is known as hip joint disease was so much improved that ho declared before them nil that ho is stronger and his joint works much moro freely. Dr. French devotes every Saturday from 0:80 : to 10:80 : to the free treatment of the poor , but owing to sucli demand upon him at the Arcade hotel , ho wants it dis tinctly understood that all who consult him there are expected to pay for treat ment if they got It. Consultations nro free , however. Many other cases difficult and other wise wore cured at the hall yesterday and the audience often signilied their at seoincr their- friends cured Slcasure y this \yondorful magnetic healer. All nro invited to witness the cures per formed , and as evidence of their being convinced the doctor lulls us that nino- touths of these who pay have witnessed ono or moro of the public demonstra tions. Now silk warp Henriettas at Fal coner's Monday. Notice. A grand benefit concert , for the bene fit of the Nebraska heroines , Miss Minnie - nio Freeman , Miss Loio Royce and Miss Lonn Wobbecko , will bo given nt the Grand opera house Thursday evo. Fob. 2J , 1888 , by the members of Second United States' infantry band. The entire receipts will bo contributed to the Omaha BKB fund. Now plaid dress goods Monday. Fond parents , your children will not die with dipthoria if you use Dr. Thos. Jofforis' Remedy. Ton-years' trial has proven it to be infallible luui preventive and cureP. . O. addrew No. 317 South 15th st. , Omaha. New French snteenaund Scotch ging ham's at Falconer's Moridiiy. Now buttons nt Falconer's Monday. Cnrtl. Frederick , Leading Hatter of Omaha , rcbpcctfully announces the correct spring ht.vles of the celebrated Dunlnp hats will bo issued the first week In March. Wait for them. Eggs clear down , ISMc dozen , at C. Hanson's. Horses boarded at $18 per month at Hallam & Syfert's barnS418 Cuming st. Give Hallam & Syfort a trial on your boarding horses at $13 per month.413 Cuming st. Horses _ delivered at. any part of eity. , ' 8c a Yard 50 pieces Lace Stripe Scrims , in cream only , 8c a yard. 1519-1521 Douglas 100 White Crochet Bed Spreads Full size , $1 each , worth $1.40 100 White Marsailles Bed Spreads Large size , during this sale , $1.25 each worth $2. 6c a Yard. 1 case white India Linen , usually sold at lOc per yard. We will close this one case at 6c a yard. MONDAY ONLY 50 all wool flannel table covers , large size , handsomely embroidered all around and in center ; for one day 98c each , worth $1.75 LOOK DOT FOR THIS CORNER. Don'tforget to look at our new Satines Monday at 15c a yard ; also I case small figured cotton Dress Goods , 24 inch wide , all good staple colorSi Monday , 3 c yard , at Domestic counter. Watch and wait for us. We're bound to get to the front , and be known as the Bargain House of Omaha BENNISON BROTHERS. O'DONAHOE & SHERFY. Are Going Out of Business. Wo cell special attention to the fol lowing goods which wo wish to close out MONDAY MORNING. 05 ALL-WOOL SHAWLS , SPRING WEIGHTS. A largo lot of LADIES' SPRING JACKETS. A largo lot of CURTAIN GOODS , in cluding NOTTINGHAM LACE. PLAIN and LACE SCRIM , FANCY MADRAS AND HEAVY SILK and WOOL RAMEY GpODS. As wo are determined to close out our entire stock in a few days , these and all other goods will bo sold at a little moro than half the regular price. Wo have on sale the best assorted slock of ladies' PLAIN and EMBROID ERED HANDKERCHIEFS in the city ; all marked at ACTUAL COST. O'DONAHOE & SHERFY. 16th St. , Next to P. O. Black laces at Falconer's Monday. Sheet Music and Music Books. The only first-class stock in the city at Moinborg's 1610 Dodge street. Eggs clear down , 12ic dozen , at C. Hanson's. Black gros grain silks at Falconer's Monday. Bleep la the Life of Man. Look at our Mautlo folding and up right beds at bedrock prices. Now is the time to buy. NKW YOIIK STOKAGK Co. , 1508 Capitol avo. Black surahs at Falconer's Monday. For Monday Wo bhall place on our mark down counter a line of ladies' Philadelphia hand sowed ( in welts and turns ) button shoes at the very low price of $0 ; usually sold for $8. Buy a pair now for your spring wear ; they are cheap. A child can buy as cheap aa a man. A. 1) . MORSE , 14th and Farnam. Embroidery coupons at Falconer's Monday. HAYDEN nilOS. New AVall Paper. ' Just received a largo and well assorted stock of wall paper in nil now coloring and patterns which will bo sold at about one-half the price usually asked for the same. HAYDKN Buos. , 110 and 118 S. 10th st. Now dross trimmings at Falconer's Monday. ' A Great Offer on Plnnog. Pianos rented , exchanged and sold on terms to suit purchaser. Moinberg's music btore , 151(1 ( Dodge street. Cling. F. Stephen * , Piano Tuner , Established hero for over six years is now with Alfred Molnbcrg Co. Alfred Melnber 'Co. Largest music stock in the west. Now plaid drcbs goods Monday. Woven Wire Hpr-ln s O8c. Everything in proportion. Money talks , and a cull costs nothing. Will you call at NKW YOIHC STOUAOK Co. , , . 1508 Capitol avo. 1 , ' Now silk warp Henriettas at Fal- coner.'s Monday. . GONE TO DENVER. "Dr. " Powell Reeves Gives Onialm the Shako. Since its exposure of the methods of the notorious "Dr. " Powell Reeves the BEE has received quite a number of letters from his victims showing him up in his true light and thanking this paper for its services to the public. The following is a sample , and was accompanied with a request to publish : To the Editor of the BEE : Allow mo to tender you my sincere thanks for tUo manner in which you showed up the character of the wouhl-bo specialty physician. The person I refer to is Keevcs , ho having obtained $10 from mo by malpractice and misrepresenta tion of my casu. Ho is a quack of the first water. That is my Impression. CIIAS. ELLIS. Formerly of D. M. Steclo & Co. The business manager of a San Francisco paper writes to the BEE and states that Reeves is not a doctor , but a quack. Ho know him first in 1880 in Indianapolis , as a "cancer doctor , " who hud grad uated from an express cart in Terra Hnute. The writer then goes on to say : "Rcovcs next showed up in Minneapolis , In 1883 , whcro ho was known as a fraud. When I took charge hero ( San Francisco ) I found a Dr. Roberts among our advertisers , but ho skipped very soon after , and from a descrip tion given mo , I recognized in him the sumo old Reeves. Ho loft hero leaving many mourners , the Post among the rest. A largo commission Is open to anyone who will col lect the account. " . Abundant evidence Is at hand to flhow Reeves up in a still moro unenviable light than that in which has so far been exposed. Ref erence is made to numerous cases of mis placed confidence In Omaha and vicinity , but as "Dr. " Rcoves Is making arrangements to leave Omaha the stories of his victims need not bo published at this time. The fact is that "Dr. " Reeves lias concluded to locate in Denver , as ho has found Omaha rather an uncongenial place for him. There is only ono dally paper hero that will take his adver tisements , and his game iu this vicinity Is evidently played out. The Denver Repub lican of February 10 contained an advertise ment of a specialist calling himself Dr. F. E. Grafton. "lato of Now York. " The wording of the advertisement wat so strikingly simi lar to' that of "Dr. Powell Reeves , " of Omaha , that it was suspected that Grufton and Rcovcs wcro ono and the same man. Tha two advertisements wcro In many places identically the samo. The suspicion that Reaves is Gruftou is confirmed by an adver tisement of Reeves in the Denver Republican of February 17. The curd of Grufton has disappeared from the paper , but in its place is that of Reovcs , whoso picture the same old picture that did duty iu Portland as "Dr. Van Manclscar" adorns the "ad. " which reads the same as the Graf ton card did. At the bottom of the "ad" is the following address ; "Dr. Powell Rcovcs , 121-4 Seventeenth street , Denver , Colo. " This would seem to indicate that the notorious Reovcs has already established himself In Denver , and will not likeiy return to Omulm for uny great length of time probably not to remain any longer than necessary to close up IHB so-called "private dispensary , " in the second end story of the small frame building at the northwest corner of Thirteenth and Hurnuy streets. UIKHI going to Denver ho hud evi dently determined to do business under the numo of Grafton , Just as ho had dona In I'orland under the name of Dr. Von Moncis- cat , but uK | > n second thought ho probably concluded to abandon the cloak of Grufton and sail , for u time at least , under his own namo. This explains the disappearance of the Grafton card from the Denver paper , and the publication In Its stead of Rcoves' numo. At the Bamo tlmo Reeves took his Oiuuha ud- dress out of the same paper. Real Estate Transfers. W D Matthews and wife to John Mo- ClalTerty , lots 10 , 11 , 13 , blk 18 , Gco H Hoggs'odd , wd. . . . . . . . . . * 800 Frank D Mulr et al toObcriln N Ham- suy. lots 5 and 0 , blk 1 , sub of John I Rodlck's add , w d. . , . . 12,700 , Gco F Paul to the public plat of Paul's sub of lot 14 , blk 3 , Washing ton Hill. Ira H Mupcs and wlfo io Brlco J King. . uiivlv'jjf ° f lot ! > blk ) i IIau3 bub ° * Bennison Bros LADIES' Monday wo will place otf sale 50 dozen ladies' Gauza Vests , in liigli neck , short anct long sleeves ; also low neck and Bliort sleeves , all at ona price , 25c each. This vests afl 25c is the best value over of1 9 fejed in Omaha. 15 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread Jersey fitting ribbed Vest , in low neck , ribbed arm , usnalljf sold at $1 each ; our price Mod , day , GOc each. 12 dozen Ladies'Jersey ribbed Vest , low neck , ribbed am/ 35c each , worth GOc. Muslin Underwear. MONDAY ONLY , 2 lots consisting of Ladies ! Night Gowns , Chemise , Shirts Drawers and Corset Coverft Lot 1 at 85c each can't ba beat. Lot 2 at 50c each , na competitor. Jettcr'sodd , wd 1,254 Adclldo Huth nnd husband to M M Swain , lot 6 , blk 2 , Kountzo place , wd. . . . ! 1,808 Win E Hawley ct nl to the public pint of Huckoyo plnco sub sub of lot 0 , Muyfluld. Omnlia Heal Estnto anil Trust Co to G Merrill , lot 80 , blk ! I , Saunders & Himcbautfli's to Walnut Hill , w d. . . 850 Willium H Croft to Max J liuekr , lots 2 , 0 mill 7 , blk 10 , and lot 7 , blk 7 , Mnnhnttni ) , < i c J William Colfax to O P Dickinson , lots 0. 13 and 14 , blk 17 , , 6,12 , blk 83 , 7 , blk 24 , 1,2 , blk 211 , Carthage , w d. . . 7,200 dimming M Woolbridpo and wlfo to K EMcJiinscy , undivided Kof lots ] , 2 , 4 and fl , blk 1 , Hlnino Place , w d. . 1 F 13 Willurd nnd husband to L P Pruyn , lorix29 , lot bt'K at nw corner lot 24 > , Millnrd & Culdwcll's add , q c 5,750 H O Jones and wife to Charles Noyce , oK nw 21-1(1.12 ( , q o COO August lionsou ct al to Jacob Tomsen s ) lot 1C , Hen/on & Johnson's sub , w d G R A Harris nnd wife to Lottie T Phelps ct nl. lot 8 blk 11 Dwight & Lymun's ndd , wd Gee E Barker nnd wife to Prank Tomscn , lot 28 blk 0 Orchard Hill , w d CQ9 Jas H Wheeler nnd wlfo to Check Toncray , n 82 ft of lot 0 blk 5 Denises add , w d 0,503 Bernard Rlloy to Homo Investment Co , lot 4 Benson's sub of lots 0 und 7 blk 60 South Omaha , w d S.OOOj Seventeen deeds 140 , 1'ermltH. The following permits wcro Issued ycstg > day by the superintendent of buildings : C. P. SImonds , extension to plannlns mill , 1730-U2 South Thirteenth street * COQ L. Arlander , eottugo , California neur _ . . Platto. . . . . 1,61 $ Total . . 1 , THE noijj or iioNou. Those Who Have Ilccogiiizcd CouragjJ ( Devotion. I.OM : KOICI : riixii. Amount previously reported ? .1,417 87 Hluo Springs , Neb. , list 12 87 Misses Kobblnsund Eccles 2.1 Dr. Johcph Aub , Cincinnati , 0 10 00 Grafton , Neb. , schools U 00 York , Neb. , list 42 $ Total KUK3ftf ) l.KN'AOKIiniCKB : ( UNI ) . Previously reported $ 008 04 Blue Springs ( Neb. ) list 1383 Misses Hobbins and Kc'cles " 5 Funny Perrin nnd Lily Paid 1 7S Dr. Jos. Aub , Cincinnati 10 00 York ( Nob. ) list 4387 Total * 1,0057JI MIXNIB Plll'.KJIAN rUNl . Amount previously reported $ C81 81 Dr. Jos. Aub R 00 Total OSO 81 Till : CIIH.DRKN'H FUND. Total todnto S 100 2 } The Etta Hhnltuok Fund. The present condition of the Ettu tuck fund Is as follows : Previously roiwrted ? 4CSO fl < J Wood Klver Gazette list 23 Jfij Total 84,703 The "Ilco" Fund. The present condition of the funds opcnQjt by the HUB is as follows : - . LoloUoyco 3.403 87 Lena Woubbccko fund 1,005 79 Minnie Freeman OSt5 fit Wcstplialcn monument fund 100 OS Etta Shattuck 4,703 jj Grandtotal flO.&lIwi Dr. C. W. Hayes hold his valuabl * trotting stallion Marie to Frank Lump * of Hololt , Kan. , yettorday. This wai one of the finest bred horses ovt < bi ought into the fatato. ' '