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THE OMAHA DAILY f TUESDAY , JULY 2 , 1880.
V- TRIPPING BACK TO TEXAS , Dos Molnos' Phenomenal Southern Twlrlor Knocked to Plooos. THEY WON'T USE HIM ANYMORE. I Five Singles , Tlirno Tlirno < > nnjifar , n JJniiblo nnil Twelve Ilium , and 'Xhen lie ItrllrcH From the ISov. Standing of the Clubs. Fol'IowhiR li the standing of the Western association clubs , iip to and Including yes- tordn.v'agiuuos ! Per Ct. .71)0 ) .TOO .fiSO .500 .400 .435 Oinnlm 17 , DCM Malncs 7. Tlio Prohibitionists had their now pho- nom , Michael Honnossoy , ot Texas , In the box yesterday afternoon. Ho opened up in a manner that Justified the susulciou that ho was a pitcher , but subsequent events completely dissipated this hallucination , and ho Is now dond to the world. Only sixteen mon went to the bat In the ' eighth inning , nnu thorny they sham , lam and hnrpoouod htm was euough to give an ordinary man the St. "Vltus dance. Five singles , three three-baggers , a double and twelve runs wns the size of it , and after this Sir. Honnossey retired with but ono imm out , big Sam Smith taking Inn place. Michael was uwaro when ho bad enough. After the gnmo he remarked to Manager Mucullar , of the Dos Moincs : "I was a little oft this afternoon , cap. " v "Yes , I noticed , " rojolnud Mucullur , "but not as far oft as you will bo to-morrow after noon that is , if you can catch the train. " SO from that one would suppose that Michael Is to bo sent buck to his sunuy , southern homo. The Oiiiahas , however , put up their usual magnificent game. Kid Nichols ultchud In line form , barring a little wildnesa iu the .first-four innings , when ho sent six men to first base on bad oalls ; at least , that is What Charllo Hrlody , the oleaginous umpire , thought. Hrlody , by the way , is nearly , If not quite , as good an umpire as old Davy Forco. .But to raUirn to the Kill's work. Ho finally got settled down to his work , and allowed the visitors but six hits off him , two 01 thcso being In the final inning , when ! Nick Just tossed them over the plato for fun. The lad also hud fourteen assists. Joe Strauss did some clover b.ickstopplng , and some hitting of the same sort , making a homer and n single , thrco runs , ton put outs and thrco assists. Joe Walsh , too. was full of ginger , and laced her out in nmguillcmit style , as his -'r corker over the fence for lour bags und two singles fully attest. ' ' Jimmy Cunavan , fresh from the hosultul , , ( . was also on deuk. Ho was weak and timid us a school girl , and all ho could do was to knock the ball a conplo of inllos iu tlio fifth amd two and a half in the oighth. That isn't BO bad for a sick man , is iH Sam Morton viewed the game from the I directors' box , and ho remarked to President McCormick that Hennessey reminded him very much of n coupio of pitchers he has -with the Minnies. Ho jumped over the back fence in the middle of the eighth inning and ran up the alloy. Nobody knows where ho wont , but it is supposed ho wanted to get us far away from Mr. Hennessey us | x > ssiblo before - fore the game closed , to avoid tampering with him with a bat. But hero's the score : Andrews , Ib..5 2 0 1 0 12 0 0 -Walsh , us. 5 Jevno , rf 5 Cauavnn , If 5 Nlo-ols , p 4 1 1 0 1 0 14 0 Totals 43 17 15 3 8 27 24 1 ] ) K3 MOI.VE3. AU U 111 Sit SU 1 > O A Patten , If. 4 i 0 0 0 MusUroy , 2b..3 1 Whitoly.Cf. . ' . . . . 5 1 * 'f t . . ' " . r ? fto rt * r\ t - 5C6nubll3b . . . . .5 1 3 0 1 0 4 0 TraHloy ; o 4 0. 0 0 2 Bmltu.lbanap.il 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 Mucullnr , ss.l ! 3 1 .0 0 0 0 0 Cody , rf and lb.4 "Hennessey , p-rf.4 " Totals 35 7 7 1 0 27 17 5 Ulf IN.NI.VOS. Omaha 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 12 0-17 Dos Moincs 1 7 SUMMAUY. Earned r-uns-Onmhn 8 , Dos Monies 3. Two-bnso hits Nichols 1. Tlmio-basu hits Caiiuvun , Jovno , Crooks , ' Cleveland. Home runs Cannvan , Walsh , Strauss. liases on balls Uy Nichols 0 , by Ilennos- coy D. Struck out Uy Nichols 10 , by Honnossoy S , by Smith 1. Time 2 hours. Umpire 13riody. IVillwaiikoo U , Sfoiix City 4. Sioux Crrr , la. , July 1. The visitors car ried off the K&UIO to-day by bunching hits In the third Inning. Ed Glenn , Sioux City's loft fiuldor , was carried off the tluld Iu the Bovonth'iunluK In an unconscious stato. Hu collided with Uurks ou a lly ball. Ho is sup- poaod to bo seriously injured , Score : HIOUXCITT. MILWAUKEE. ' * * ' MILWAUKEE.r li o CMne.rfuiuIlM I' } o' 0 I'oorman.rf. . . . ! 0 3 ( llcnnjf U 311 0 < utton , cf 3 3 u u u ' "XTitf5 5 W " H3'y" ' ' " jr. " > } ! .T u H I'OHUll , lll..l 1 9 * tu > Ck , 1 . . . l.'rnlns. cf..U G .1 U ' u , ir _ i i n u ( llri imn.l'b.U 033 Klrby.'b u 1 .1 : i llurk > , i . .I ) U U t AlbiTIi , 3\i U U 0 It llriullur,3b U 1 1 1 Hillso U 301 llullniiui.o. . . .1 1 n 1 Uavl > , | U 1 1 U - U 1 3 Total * 0 H 1 Totals 4 Ti 13 1 IJV INMNUH. RlouxCltr 1 0 1 0 0 O'l 0 0-4 Mllwuukou U U & U 0 0 1 U r Knrnod runt-Sioux CHi 2 , Mllnnukoo X Two-blue hits . ' ' ' . Monmoy. 'iliri'u-hmo hlli I'onell. Mulun l > iui' Soux ! City S. Mllvruukuu 3. Duubl.i iiluya llurki to llrunmii to I'ovriill to llullinaii. hint lima on bulU-Muux citrT , aillwaukcuT. Jilt hy pltcliud bull bliocli. Htruck out Uy Mnnncnn l.liy InivU' . ' 1'Bsiucl balU-llulluiaiil , MllUa , Tlmo-'Jili Umpire Clurko. Kt 1'niil O , Hu Joseph O. ST. JoABi'it , Mo. , July L The worst bltion of ball playing over given in the world was put up by St. Joseph ami St. Paul , anil Bt. Paul u.imu out of it u wliinor. Score : UT.J03KIMI. I ST. I'AUU r. Ii. o. a , a' ' r. li. o. a. o CnrlwrUht.Sb.-4 U < 1 UIIawoi.ll > 1 3 11 0 ( rurllilf..O 3 U U UMurplijr , c.U 3 3 U I Anlnar.2b' . .1 1 1 1 Tamill' rl..0 1 0 U U Sc < lnrr , . .U 1 3 U U Uulllr.Jb . . . . . .1 33- tiliullliawo , c..l 00 j X ailllor. 3 334 1 'lex , 1U.'J 10 0 1 Daly. If 1 110 jtiilW , cl..il 0 0 1 0 llrouiibtono..3 0 : i 1 _ lull.rf. . 1 t 0 1 UKuruicr.'i ) l 1 a 4 : i owoll , p..l 3 U 4 3 Tuckeru n , p.l 0 1 I U Total ! 8 11II a ) G | ToUlj , . . . UU37U S 11V 1NXI.V03. Bl.Joaepti , .1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-8 fcLl'aul. . , , , .0 U 0 5 It 0 Q CUJUMAllr. Itamrnl rum -fit. Joiciili 3 , ft. 1'nul I. Two-lmo hit Crowall. 'XUAo-t ) > a UU-l'uruur. lluwu ruu - \ Crlou 3 , Arrtnor 1. Vlrjt on t > nlOfT ! Otownin.olT Tuckerman ft. ( Union tiii Onrtwrtslil 2 , MHliur , "nrroll. Double plnys UrntTnll to Metlarr to KroU , Ururk oiit-lty trowell < , br Tnckortnim 9. L'assed -llroughton 1. Wllrt pltrhe * Tnfliertni n 1 , Cfnwcll 1 , Time ofBumo-J lionri , 4 inlmitos. Urn- jilro-Korco. , The Corn Hnskors To-morrow. To-morrow Sioux City will bo here for a ; amo with tha local team , and a largo crowd will assuredly turn out to witness the game. Everybody wants to eo whether they can do It ngnin , Thr < > o straights , It will bo remembered - momborod , the Corn Huskers took on tholr drat visit hero. On the Fourth these two teams piny two games , ono at 10:30 : In the morning and ono nt 3:80 : m the afternoon. OT11 12U HAljt * G/UltiS. Ttio National PiTTSiiurm , July 1. Result of to-day's ' ijtuno : PitUburg . 3 00000130 0 Philadelphia. . . .0 00 000000 0 Base hits I'lttsbunr 8 , Philadelphia 3. Errors Pittsburff 'J , Philadelphia 4. P.toh- era CJalvln andi Bufllnton. Umpire Mo- Quatd. _ CtBVErANn , July 1. Result of to-day's gauio : Cleveland . 0 03303110 8 Washington . 0 00000003 3 Base hits Cleveland 13 , Washington 5. Errors Clovolund 1 , Washington 5. Pitch ers - ' nnd Hoaly. Umpire Curry. INDIANAPOLIS , July 1. Result of to-day's Indianapolis . 3 I 0 Now YorK..i.3 00003000 0 Base hits Indianapolis 0 , Now York 0. Errora Indlannpolls 0 , Now York ! ! . Pitch ers Boyle and ICcefo. Umpire Fossandon. Cntuuio , July 1. llesult of to-day's Knmo : Chicago . 0 03010000 3 Boston . 4 00100030 7 Base hits Chicago 5 , Boston 10. Errors Chicago 5 , Boston 0. PI tubers Toner and Clurkson. Umpire Lynch. Tlin American Association. ST. Louis , July L Result of to-day's praino : St. Louis . 0 8 Louisville . 0 0 1 1 00000-3 , July 1. Result of to-day's garnet Kansas' City. . . . . 3 00000301 0 Cincinnati . 3 001 " 00000 3 Amntonr Gnmcs. O'NKIM , . Nob. , July 1. [ Special Tele gram to Tun Bin. : ] The game of ball to-day between the Atkinson aud O'Neill clubs re sulted in a defeat for tbo visiting club by a scora of 15 to 4. Kelley and Barnus formed the battery for the O'Neill club , nnd Blake nnd Butler for the Atkinsons. The West Point club came up this evening nud will lilay n gainu hero to-morrow and ouo Wednesday. They play Atkinson the 1th. Tno Sluch PraiHi * to a Pitclior. GnxoNeb. . , July 1. The reoort of the ball gnrno botwcon the Lafnyotts and Indians , In yesterday's Bnr , stated that the feature of the game was the pitching of Porno , of the Lafayctts , which is fur from correct. Mr. Pcmo pitched a very good game , but nothing iu comparison to that put out by Mitchell , ns the following from the ofllcial score shows : Strike outs Mitchell 19 , Porno 3 ; base hits Indians 18 , LafayottsS. A Conllilont Hull Ton in. NOIIFOUC , Neb. , July 1. ( Special to Tnn BCK.J The Norfolk nine will do their pret tiest to beat the Sioux City league team on the homo grounds to-morrow. They have won twenty-two games out of twenty-eight played , ahd feel confortably strong. The American Iliilo To : > iii Wins. LOMIIOX , July 1. The Massachusetts rifle team contested with the Honorable Artillery company at rifle shootinir to-day. The American team won by a score of 1,015 to 001. I30A11D Of KUUCAT10N. An Animate : ! Discussion on the Ques tion of the Konuivnl of IltiildlnKS. The board of education hold its regular meeting last evening , Directors Coburn , ICelloy , McConnell , Morrison , Parmeloo , Roes , Savillo , Stioios , Spaldtng , bporo , Wohror aud President Clark being present. The board decided to remove two old build ings from the Paul school. A motion to pay Attorney Webster S100 for legal udvico concerning the purchase of pav ing bonds was lost. Superintendent James requested that a committee bo appointed to arrange for moro commodious rooms for the high school. A communication from Principal Lewis , mak ing the same request , was referred to a special committee. Boiler Inspector Standevon reported that Center school needs a now set of flues and some bricuwork. Omaha View needs a few fire bricks. St. Barnabas aud Cas3 will need a vnlvo above the mam supply steam pipe of tbo building. Wobstoruoods a now Uro wall. Tbo high school nneds now lire walls for thrco boilers. Prof. Lewis , principal of the high school , reported that the commencement exercises netted $ S3. A report from Prof. Buman , Instructor in manual training , recommending additional room and asking thai more attention bo given to manual training In the high school , was referred to a special committee. Mr. McConnell , from the committee on claims , recommended tbo payment of claims to the amount of $3.0S2.55. ! City Treasurer Rush reported that $3,500 district paving bonds of the city of Omaha have been awarded to tha board of education at $1.07. The treasurer's report showed n balance in the general fund of $17,074.113 : sinking fund , $9,010.41 ; site and building funds , $15,0:15.31. : The teachers who were absent on sick Icavo during tbo last term were allowed half pay for the time they were sick. The motion of Mr. Shales to remove the frame school Davenport two-room building on port to West Omaha caused considerable dis cussion , most members of the board express ing themselves ns opposed to the removal of the school houses from tlioir present loca tions , ami the motion was loat. Mr. Sholcs moved to have plans submitted for n slxtoon-room school house on the Paul street site. Mr. Coburn npoko in favor of of tha building. Mr. Wohror opposed It , saying , "You have squandered all the money nnd wo hnvo not anything to build a school house with , and I am opposed to it. " "You hud better qualify your remarks , " said the president. ' "They are quallllsd. " sold Mr. Wohror , Tno motion was lost by a Vote of 10 to 3. nftcr which the board adjourned till next Monday evening , when the newly-elected members will begin their duties. A Contractor Skips Out. John A. Sauor , a grading contractor , is In trouble. Ho nud a contract for grading a few lots near Thirtieth aud California streets , and had employed about ono hundred men , mostly Poles and Italians , yesterday was pay day for the mon. but Sailors failad to umtcrlallzo , leaving the mon in the lurch , It appears tnat the contract was taken by the Now York York Trust company nnd sub let to Sauers for 5 cents per yard. Ho rop- rosontcd to the mon that ho was receiving 14 cents for grading and 7 cents for loading. Frldav night JSauora obtained inonoy to pay the men from the trust company and has not beau soon in the city sluco Saturday morn * Ing. Ho was scon about 10 p. m. Sunday in Council Bluffs. It Is animated that ho is Indebted to ilia employes from 91,500 to2,000. . The mon have engaged an attorney and will bring suit u iunst the Now York Trust com pany to recover tha amount duo thorn , Ancient Egyptian Portraits. A curious exhibition of portraits , moro than two thousand years old , has just been opened in Paris. These are paintings which once ornamented Egyptian burial places , and which have boon admirable preserved by the dry sand. They date from thu Crook epoch in Egypt. There are more than ono hundred o' ' these portraits , which give an accurate idea of all the typos , the costumes , hair dressing , etc. , of the timo. SENT UP. FOR A LIFE TERM , MHos Henry Oonvlotod of Murder In the Second Dogroo. PARTICULARS OF THE CRIME. The First Aiutual UrlRiuln Knonmp * uicntoT tlin Knights of Pythias Open * Up .it Columbus Nebraska News. Got Off Lucky. Gn\J T , Nob. , July 1. [ Special "Polograra to TUB UKK. ] Miles Hoary , who murdered Edward C. Mnliur , In Cass county , In April , was tried before Judge Cochnin at Iniporlal Saturday , convicted of murder In the second dogrco , nnd scntoncod to Ufa Imprisonment In the penitentiary. The circumstances of the crime uro about ns follows : Mahar went to Imperial to provo up on his claim , and Henry was a witness for him. Mahar secured - cured a Io.ni of $400. Ho loft Imperial for his homo and was soon no more until found with a bullet In his bralu. Houry disap peared and suspicion rested unon him. Ha was traced to Box Hutto county , where Ills wife was found , nnd lodged In jail. Ho wrote her n loiter , which , falling into tno hands of the authorities , led to Ins capture. U wai expected that the jury would hang lilm , but It brought in a second dctjroo verdict. It ciuso.l intcnso indig nation. The prisoner was hustled into u carriage nnd spirited away to avoid a mob. Ho was brought to Lisbon , this county , and hidden in the baggage car. It Is reported hero to-ntsht that a mob was formed at Madrid to lynch Him , hut ho could not bo found. The prisoner confessed his guilt nftcr sentence had been pronounced upon him. The K. off. KnciiKiiinant Opens. Coi.UMiitra , Nob. , July 1. [ Special Tele gram to TIIK UKIJ.I The first nnnual brigade - ado encampment of the Kulcrhts of Pythias of Nebraska convened in this city to-day. The first day of the encampment dawned with a clear sky and a gentle breeze from the south. Though the day w.is warm , the evening was cool and pleasant for the open ing exorcises , which began at 8 p. m. The knights began arriving on the morning trains aud by night quito a number wore in the city. The decorations were completed about noon and add materially to the appearance of the business portion of the city. They arc on an exten sive scale. Many private houses are elab orately decorated. The knights are not ex pected to arrive in full force before Wednes day. The camp was formally turned over to the brigadier general , with an able ad dress of welcome , by Hon. George O. Bow man , and responded to in a lilting manner by Brigadier General . TJ. Dayton. Croto'H KITtli Day. CRirrn Assr.Mmyr Guouxns , July 1. [ Spe cial to THE Bin : . | The Sunday Bcrono still ness that brooded over the grounds all day yesterday , making it , as several ministers were heard to say , " .in ideal Sabbath , " has this morning given place to the usual week day briskness and bustle. Again the news boy's cry is hoard , again ofllees and places of trafllc uro open , again boats ply upon the river , and the lover of lawn tennis hies him to his beloved courts. Tuo rain of yesterday "is over and gone , " and this first day of July brings us bright , though rather warm weather. However , oven sultriness is pre ferable to an over supply of moisture. Quito a commotion prevailed among the assembly reporters yesterday. The fact that the 3:30 : p. m. train going east on the B. & M. docs not run on Sunday was not generally known. Consequently some half dozen industrious reporters "got loft , " a very unusual tlnug to happen a reporter. When their carefully written manuscript was returned to them with the news of the recre ant train indignation meetings were tha or der of the day. Condolences were exchanged ana n business like rush for the telegraph ofllco ensued. Chautaunua may talk about Sunday observance ad libitum , but so'.lonpr as Sunday papers are published reporters wani their mail carried on Sunday the same as any other day. It is frequently remarked that people seem to enjoy the assembly oven more than usual this year. Tbcro is such general and con tagious cheerfulness ami- sociability , so many old friends meet-and are so glad to , see one another. This morning throe fat men happened to meet on the outskirts of the pavilion , and immediately twoof them clasped hands aud indulged in a prolonged and'very muscular shake , wnilo their faces beamed with pleasure. "You see wo are old friends , " they explained to the third party. "So I see , " said the third , nnd so did every body else aeo , for such a handshake as that could not ho hidden under n bushel. "Missionary Work" was the topic of the morning prayer meeting. The importance aud vastncss of the work was dwelt upon , and mucti interested was manifested. One gentleman , evidently a Y. M. C. A. man who h.is kept his ayes open , declared there was plenty of missionary work to bo done ri ght hero on the assembly grounds ; that he knew there were u hundred young men hero who liavo no pronounced religious views , are pledged to no Christian work , nnd ara regular attendants at no place of worship. The young men of the Y. M. C. A. are liburally represented at the assembly this year. Their headquar ters building is always open , and they are striving to make their intiuenco felt for good. At the 8 o'clock rehearsal this morning Dr. Palmer's chorus class numbered 150. All- the members were not. present. The class is ex pected to bo double the present number within n few days. Mrs. Raymond , of Lin coln , is the pianist ; Miss Clark , of Boston , the cornotlst , and Miss Ulcc , of Lincoln , the organist. Mrs. Powell , of Washington , D. C , 'and Miss Mitiklor nnd Maduuio Carrlng- ton , of Chicago , are the soloists. The ciiorus is onu of tuo most popular departments of the assembly , and thoroughly deserves its popu larity. The class in harmony meets at 0 o'clock each day , ana the begiuuors' class In staging at 5 p. m. Both UIOBO classes uru conducted by Dr. Palmer ; they are well ut- tonacd , and uru doing good work , A Grand pmno has been ordered from Omaha , and is expected to-day. The upright piano now ustiil-ls not adapted for chorus purposes , Prof. Beard's advanced class in drawing meets in the editor's building ut 9 a. m. The tuition IB Slouch , and the class now numbers twenty-live. The children's drawing class meets in the same placu at 4 p. m. The tui tion Is SI ouch , and the class is largo and interesting , The most popular class for little folk U Mrs. Kcniiody'H Palestine class , woich meets at U o'clock in the normal hall. The lesson , as the name of the class indicates , Is travels in Palestine , and the children greatly enjoy their dally journey iu that fur away , stoned land. . The advanced Normal class mot at 0 In the Congregational building. This class Is now studying bible geography , and Is taught by Prof. Jacoby , of Pennsylvania. Dr. Duryea's blblo class mot at 10 u. m. in the hull In the Grove. The benches were well occupied , for the learned doctor ulway& attracts a crowd. Thu leason was a con tinuation of the series of the books of HID bible. The historical order of the books of the old testament was given , aud it was shown that the interest and importaucu of these boolcs gather around the three fig ures , prophet , priest and king all typical of Christ. This blblo students' class Is largely attended by teachers and ministers who are anxious to bonetlt by the Instructions of one of the most profound blblo students in Amer ica. ica.At At 11 o'clock occurred Spraguo'a second lecture in the pavilion. At the beginning of the Iccturo Dr. EUdy , of Lincoln , sung u solo , "I Am Waiting for Thee ; " Mrs. Kaymond , also of Lincoln , played tbo accompaniment. Certain harmless monomaniacs exhausted thomsulvus in the effort to prove thut Shakespeare - spearo had twenty-seven occupations or call ings , Dr. Spraguo's lecture on "Shake speare's Sword" was an effort to prove that ono of the mythical twcnty-sorou callings was that of a soldier. * Iu tbo beginning the lecturer referred U > the four great srMtar authors of olden times Moses , David. Bpiohylus nnd Julius Cfcsnr men who combined loftiest thoughts with stoutest nctldi9.'Sach men , however , nro few , for sevonx'pHysicftl labor Is not conduc ive to uientnliic\lvlty. ; Yet such mon ns the nbovo provo that a military life , If not too long or too absorbing , IB greatly promotlvo of literary ability. Shakespeare , the lecturer - turor afllrmcdv fi Wso n good Illustration of this statement. Ho then gnvo copious extracts - tracts from Shaltcspcaro's wiltlngs to provo that ho posstHsq'n extensive knowledge of military affairs' ' , nnd was probably at sotno period of hl9lifga soldier. The lecturer showed grcati Knowlcdcro of his subject , nnd his rendition of oliblco Shnkcsnoriau extracts was very ilno.i ' 'Ffio noon hour wai spent , ns usual , In seoklfrgy'rofrcMiments for the inner man , nnd tji' ' posting up concerning tha coming events , ns stated in the pro- gramma. Great preparations nrobclncmade for Wednesday , which Is sot apart for law yers' nnd editors' day. Moro representatives of the press nnd bar are expected hero this year than over1 boforo. Jtidgo Morris , of Crete , will bo the presiding ouleor of the lawyers' part of thoilay , and this Is a surety that things will bo conducted as they should bo. Hon. J. W. Donavan , of Michigan , will deliver the annual address to the lawyers at 3 p. m , , his subject being. "Din Art of the Advocnto. " In the evening II. M. Busbnoll , president of the Nebraska Press association , will deliver the annual address to the editors , his subject being. "In the City of Mexico , " Great cxuoctatlona are entertained for the Fourth. Ex-Governor Cumbacli and Cor poral Tanner will bo the orators of the day , nnd the evening concert by Dr. Palmer's largo chorus will undoubtedly bo worthy of the day wo celebrate , so nlso will bo the dlsnluy of fireworks. Captain John Sliorroll , of Crete , will bo chief mar shal of the day. and with n number of nblo assistants will see that the complicated ma chinery of the day runs smoothly. It is iortunnto for the lady reporters of some of the papers that publish penny wood-cuts of scenes on tbo assembly ground1 ! , that n certain elderly artist Is so susceptible to fomalu charms. Cartoons and lead pencil sketches como cheap when wheedled out of artistic ndmirors , anxious to win the favor of the prosi and the reporters. At 2 p. m. to-day Prof. U. L. Cumnock , the elocutionist , gave n reading in the pavilion. In the announcements preceding the readings fir. Dunning appointed a mooting of the C. L. S. C. nt 7 this evening , and said that for the good of the stuto ho was more anxious than ever before that much bo made of the C. L. S. C. , ami hoped the membership would bo largely increased this year. After n solo entitled "Dreams , " sung by Mr. Powell , Prof. Cumnock began his road- logs. The selections were as follows : "Honry V. Wooing , " Shakspearo ; "Tho Brakcmnn at , Church , " Hobort Burdotto : "Tho Night Express ; " "Tho Low Backed Car , " Samuel Lover. At the stockholders' meeting at 3 o'clock to-day all the old ofllcors were re-oloctod. The evening Iccturo was delivered by Dr. Hays , his subject being "Kvory-Day Kotison- ingr. " Before the lecture Madame Carring- ton sang si solo , "Tho Flower Girl , " and re ceived an enthusiastic encore. In his lecture Dr. Hays showed the methods of every-day reason to be tbo same as those of scientific reasoning , illustrated the different methods of reasoning , showed how to arrive at con clusions , and how to test their correctness. The lecture abounded in humorous nnd pointed illustrations , nnd both amused nnd interested the largo audience. This is Dr. Hays' last apuearanco nt the assembly this year. Ho tnKes bis departure to-night nnd leaves many' ' friends and admirers be hind him. * To-morrow's programme is as follows : TUMUAY , JI'LV 2 TEACllEHS1 DAT. C : . ,0 Prayer service. 8:00 : Childreu s class. 8:00 Chorus. S:00 ) : Harmony class. 9:00 : Normal class. i:00-Palestine ) : cjass. 9:11 : Drawing class. 10:00 : Bible student's class Dr. J. T. Dur * yen. 10:00 : Temperance class. 11:00 : Pronunciation match Prof. R. L. Cumnock. , " 2:00 : Meeting of teachers of Nebraska , Principal Edward Henley presiding. Ad dress by Prof. J.'T. McFarland. of Wesleyau university , Mnurtt Pleasant , la. 4:00 : PrinmYy-tuichora1 class. 4:00 : Normal class. 4:00 : Drawing class for children. 4:00 : Chorus. 5:00 : Conference of teachers , lad by Prof. Edward Hoaloy. "Morals in the Public Schools. " 5:00 : Y. P. S. C. E. conference Uov. Willard Scott. 8:00 Headings. Prof. R. L. Cumnock. A Peculiar Case. LOUISVILM : , Neb. , July 1. [ Special to Tnn BEE. ] Mr. A. Keolor , a widower with three children , all girls , has been charged with the crime of Incest , and has skipped to avoid ar rest aud prosecution , ICcelor has been mak ing a living fishing , trapping and making wil low ware , chairs , etc. Ho has always been a hard working man , apparently anxious for Ills children , and wliou the charge was made Saturday to a gentleman in town by an older married daughter ho was loth to believe it and told the complainant to wait until lie consulted witli others , as it was a very seri ous charge. Mr. Keelor was informed of the fact by some ono , or clso susplcioncd some thing wrong , for ho disappeared from town , and this morning the following letter was received by his married daughter , MInnie Lish , postmarked Lincoln : LINCOLN , Sunday morn Juno HO Mrs Devil you have souto my ruin for the last 4 years you have worked your plans this time to Hobb Mo But my time comes next you shall suffer what you have made mo suffer. I will spend the remauedor of my life Ju Soakln Revenge She Devil I will reduce you by Ilaiii03 and Death , hell shall Bo your Dooino I will tortur you hcnso forth and for cvcrj hnvo takenyou inns n child unJ.you have acfud like a serpent I will Bo able to play my part from Know on if you can 13eat mo you are good ono from a Mr Devil to a Mis Devil write sono from your most Deadly enemy Loock out for yourself I have warned you. The girl lias sworn out n complaint aud the ofllcors ore looking for Keelor. Mndifum County Crops. NoitFOi.ic , Nob. , July 1. [ Special to Tnu Bur . ] The work of tlto assessor of Madison county has just been completed and nut into nvaUahlo form. Tno figures ohow a tilled urco for cereals of justnbout 100,000 acres , or u little less than one-third of the land In the county. The acreage of corn Is 50 per cent more than that of all other crops put to gether , and 27 per cent moro than that of the same crop last year , There is about 20 par cent greater breadth of oats , while the arnount.qf millet Is three times that of lust year. Thn acreage of wheat is 1400 loss than las.t year. Grape vines are r cportod to the humbor of 5,350 ; fruit trees , 20,425 ; forest trei'sjabout 2,410,000. Small grain will bo ruth or u short crop in the county on accounj pf. the dry weather of the spring. Showersj.of . late have been copious and the promisonow is for un excellent crop of corn. A MallDDK Scum. HAUVAHD , NdJ July 1. [ Special Telegram - gram to Tim HEHjr-rFrlday the little boy of William Brabm , a farmer living southeast of town , oamo to 'Uia house with a small scratch on his chfn , saying the dog had ocratcbod him. Sujurday afternoon the dog ran at a nolghbprjii children and caught a little girl by tha lojwdragging her down aud biting her severdly. ' ' Jumping Into a pen it bit a number of.lus . and then set off down the road , biting an emigrant's dog on the way. Word was sent to tbo neighbors , and Jacob Hamburger , a farmer living near , saw the animal coming and attacked it with a ucckyoko , dually succeeding in killing it , but not until after It had bitten his own dog , The girl's leg Is inilaoied and badly swollen. The boy has shown no symptoms of rubles yet. Thu two blttcu dogs are still ut large. ArroHtod I'm * LINCOLN , Nob. , July 1. [ Special Telegram - gram to TIIK HKK/ ] Mack Golson , at onetime time a dry ( roods merchant at Fremont , was nrrostod to-day at Kearney on the charge of bigamy and brought to Lincoln for trial , GolsoD , some six woolts or two months ago became enamored of a black-oyed girl by the name of Mlnnlo Heller , at Froinont , where bo was engaged in business , and ho won her affections , brought her nuro and married her. At the time hu had a wife and two children , with whom ho had boon living in apparent happiness , but ho deserted them for Mlnnlo. After his second marrlagn ho skipped for the west and finally pulloil up where ho was taken Into custody. A few days ngo ho returned to Fremont to sottln up his business when wife No. 3 found out that she was not hli legal wife which so enraged her that nhn lllcd n complaint nnd ho was arrested and brought hero for trial ns stated. A Pretty Pair Showlnn. OSCEOLA , Nob. , July 1. [ Special to Tnn Bnu.j For n long time there 1ms boon con siderable dissatisfaction In this county , and n desire to have the records of the county of * fleers Investigated , and slurs were thrown out that our county ofllolals had built nlco houses , stnrlod banks and got rich robbing the pcoulo. The county commissioner em ployed John Palmqulst nnd his assistant about four months ago , paying $10 a day , nnd they mnilo tlinlr first report to-day. Tuo report contains seven pages of foolscap , to which Is attached fifty sheets of paper about four foot square , nnd nineteen smaller shoots. It embraces the time from April 1 , 1870 , to January 1 , 18SO , nnd shows that Hon. J. II. McKoy , in his ten years ns treasurer- owes the state $1,91 , and the county $183.41. tbo Prostitutes. FIIKMON-T , Nob. , July 1. [ Special to Tun .I A short time ago the city council enacted - acted a new ordinance providing for the regular monthly lining of nil prostitutes found In the city , the marshal to arrest all such on the ilrst of each mouth , Accord ingly this afternoon Marshal Houck for the first time raided the houses of 111-roputo and arrested their Inmates , inking them before the police judge , who lined them In accord ance with the ordinance. This Is the Hrst that has been done In Fremont for n long time to suppress prostitution. Wniitcd AVhrU They \Vcro AVortb. Fun.MOXT , Nob. , July 1. [ Special to Tn n Bcu. ] The Fremont city council hold n meeting this forenoon for the purpose of dis posing. to the highest , bidder , of $110,000 , worth of city improvement bonds. There were representatives of six firms present from abroad to bid on the bonds. The high est offer was par , accrued Interest to date nnd ? 75. The council deemed this too small an amount for the class of security , nud so rejected all bids and will advertise again. A .1 ml co KesliMiH. Sinxcr , Nob. , July 1. [ Special Telegram toTiiu BKB.J At to-day's mooting of the board of county commissioners , Judge Robert Shuman tendered his resignation as county judge , owing to his increased hotel business. The resignation was reluctantly accepted. Francis H. Decastor , ono of the ablest attor neys of Choyenuo county , was appointed to 1111 the vacancy. Judge Dccastro is well and favorably known throughout the state. Ilolli liOfjs lii-oknii , FIIKMOST , Nob. , July 1. [ Special to THE Bnn.J Locke Moo , the nine-year old son of L. S. Moo , of this city , was. this moruiug seriously injured by the kick of a liorso which ho was currying. The thigh bouo of both legs was broken. * PUIUTY OFTHfc ! COUUT. Jutlgo Wajcolcy Insists Tli.it It Shall Bo fjlko That of Oio-U. S. Mails. Some Omaha lawyers received an unex pected scoring from Judge Wnkoloy yester day morning in n decision for alimony handed down by him in the divorce case of Hull against Hull. During the trail u number of nauseating details were made public. Dr. Wyman Hull resided nt Norfolk and ins wife , Eliza , loft him there. She came to this city nnd instituted suit for divorce with alimony. In his answer Hull inserted , extracts from letters received from bis wife which impelled the court to utter a quiet though cutting reprimand to the offeudingattornoys. Said ho : "Tho party who wrote those loiters ought to have been arrested for sending obscene - scene matter through the mails , and for that very reason they should never have been in troduced here. This court certainly ought to bo kept as pure in character as the United States mails , and I have no patience with at torneys who seek to contaminate it by filing petitions that are Jillod with obscene litera ture. " Mrs. Hull was granted $25 a month ali mony ; also $100 for attorney's ' foes aud some other expenses. Judpo Wnkoloy has granted a decree of divorce - vorco to Frank Bellamy from his wifo. The father obtains the custody of the children and pays his former wife's attorney foes. Some day this week , Judge Doano will hear a motion for a now trial in tbo casa of Jensen against the city. Jensen secured a verdict for ? 3,000 some time ago. The ground on which Mr Webster , the city attorney , bases his motion , is , that while the jury was out deliberating they were called in nud given an explanation of certain portions of the instructions contrary to the usage. Next Friday Judge Doane will hear argu- mouts on a demurrer , in the cases of these who were Injured in the Furnaui street horror ror , Fobrurary 14 , against Max Meyer , the board of public works aud building in spector. How to Ascertain Damages. Mrs. Johannah Schutt was grunted an in junction , which prevents the city from open ing an extension of south Thirteenth street withqut allowing her such damages as her property may sustain. Judge Wakolcy held that In condcmlng property for its use ap praisers should first bo appointed to assess its valuation and then deposit In some bank the amount they return which may bo used in paying off the claims. Damages should bo paid in accordance with the amount of benoilts derived or injuries sustained. If the ground taken from Mrs. Schutt for street purposes was worth & 1.000 , and by making the improvement the value of the balance of her lot is increased ? 900 , then she is entitled to the difference , which would bo $100. Wants n Slico. The suit of Lovorott Anderson , county commissioners against the South Omaha Land company , William Paxtou , P. E. Ilor , James M. Woolworth , Alexander II. Swan , Thomas Swobo , Frank Murphy and Charles W. Hamilton , for an interest in the lands owned by this company in South Omaha , and the proceeds from tno Union stock yards , Is on trial before Judge Wnkoloy , His claim is for a ouo-llfty-slxth part of the value of the property , and is based on the claim that iu the sale made by himself and wife of their real estate to the corporation ho subscribed $0,250 nnd was to receive therefore stock in the concern. United Stolen Court. The motion for a now trial in the case of Lola Plokctt vs. the Model steam laundry , lllcd by the defendant , was yesterday sus tained. The motion for n now trial in the case of Fitzgerald vs. the Fitzgoral & MnU lory Construction company will bo urguod to-day. _ A Day.zllnt : Hook of 1'rnycr. The wedding gift of Mrs. M. V. Dixhl- green to Misa Drexel , who bocumo her uaughtor-in-lnir Juno 2 ! ) , wns n vollum- bouud prnvor book , bouutlfully illumi nated. Tiffany made the cover a work of art. Prom the family jowola a lot of gorns were taken and a cross , a crown and anchor of diamonds , rubies and sapphires set into the covers. The clasps are similarly enriched. * A Uoptllo With Horns. S. P. Jeffords , of Way Gross , Ga. , tolls of a peculiar reptile discovered by ono of MB bons. It was a Biiuko about six foot long , jot black and having two horns. The horna were about two or tliroo inches in length and crooked BO that the tips pointed toward each other. When it crawled its head raised at least u foot from the ground and the horns would keep moving , almost touching to gether. A Nowauoy'd Honor , A Syracuse ( N. Y. ) newsboy wants $10,000 damages because a man called him a swindler for exchanging an old paper for a now ouo. FROM THE ILVWREYE SFATE , Roault of the Three Bocont Gov ernorship Primaries. BIENNIAL FINANCIAL SHOWING. Drownings Iloportoil From Daven port and Ottunnva ComliiK Kn- catnnmiMit 'of the Sixtli lluil > incut , Iowa National Guard. Thn Oovornorfllilp. Prhnnrlna. Dr.s MOINE.S , In. , July 1. [ Special Telegram - gram to TIIK BKK. ! Complete returns nro now in from tliroo counties that have hold primaries on the governorship. Captain Hull carries Polk nnd Guthrlo counties , nud Mr. Whcelor carries Marshall county. The next primary will bo In Davis county in about ten days. A Drowning at Uavnnport. DAVBNPOIIT , In. , July 1. [ Special Tolo- to TIIK BKTS.J Last evening William Krock a young man , endeavored to swim from an Island In the Mississippi to another. When part way across the channel ho sank nnd did not rcappoar. The body has not boon recov ered. Drowned While OTTUMWA , la. , July l. | Special TelcRranl to Tin : BIE. ] Charles Wostorgrodti , a Swede laborer , was drowned yesterday In the Dos Molncs river while bathing. Ho wont to the river with Ins little boy and told tho. latter to wniton the bank for him. The father plunged In , had a cramp and sank at onco. After sitting there half an hour the boy was asked by some passers-by whom his father was. "In there , " was his reply , pointing nt the water. Search was made nnd the body wns found. The National Guard. MASOX CITV , In. , July 1. [ Special to Tni ! Bui : . ] The yearly encampment of the Sixth regiment , Iowa National Guards , will beheld held at Iowa City , commencing August 13. The rarimcnt Is composed of companies from Osage , Mason City , Hninptou , Webster City , LoMars , PattorsouviIIo , Sioux City ami Fort Dodge. Qoucrul Boutin , of Hampton , will command. The -Stiuo'n Filiations. Dns MOINBS , la , , July 1. [ Special Telegram - gram to THE HIE. : ] The settlement between the state auditor nud treasurer at the close of the present biennial period took place to day ami sbows as the balance on hand : Agri cultural endowment fund , § 291,105.33 ; swamp land fund , $ l,100.U7j general revenue fund , $ olS1.07 ; total on band , $207,2ti.3i. : War rants paid during the bieunlel period. $ ! t,341- G03.5G ; interest puid on same , $ (15,373.01 ( , mak ing n total expenditure of .53,1507,377.17. War rants outstanding July 1 , nnu on which no interest Is payable , 839,378.y3. Creston News. CnnsTON , la. , July 1. [ Special Telegram to TUB BEE. ] The receipts of the Creston postollicc for the tlseal year ending Juno 30 , were -510,009.51. Tliis lets Creston into the f rco mail delivery ring with nearly a thous and to spare. Trainmaster Storrs has been promoted in the Chicago , Burlington & Qiiiucy service to assistant superintendent , a lilting recognition of that gentleman's popularity and executive ability. L. L. Arnold , of Ottumwn , suc ceeds Mr , Storrs ns trainmaster , ami several dispatchers have hail their headquarters changed from Ottumwa to Creston , Attorney T. M. Stewart , in tbo interest of the Afton , has served notice upon the city of Creston , mayor , clerk nnd Judge Clicnoy of Osccola , that on Friday , July 5ho will make application to the Hon. John W. Harvey for a temporary injunction to restrain John Cheney from delivering the court house deed to Union .county , nnd to restrain the mayor and clerlt from executing or delivering" to Union county nnydecdjwhatcvcr to said prop erty. Creston's city attorney and others will be present at Leon when that applica tion is made , and such n state of facts will doubtless be presented to his honor as will induce him to sco that the application is not only premature , but absolutely without merit or equity. SOUTH OMAHA. NEWS. of the City Council. The council met Monday night. Several petitions for sidewalks were presented. Electrio lights are wanted on Twonty-llfth and J , K nnd L streets. The communication from the Omaha city council to unite the cities of Omaha and South Omaha , was read , and Messrs. McMillan , Burke and Mclchcr wore appointed to meet and act with the committee representing the city council of Oiunhu. Frank Potulka's communication regarding his license was referred to the license com mittee. Inspector Bcllon's report , showing 150 bulldlnt ; permits during the flrst six months ot the year , with S32f.3S ) foes , and buildings to the value of $100,115 , was road and referred. Stook Inspector Clark Howard's report , that twenty cattle had .boon condemned during Juno and were turned over to the rendering works , averaging in value $4.50 , was rend and referred. City Engineer Morris' report , that it would require IW.OOO yards of exca vation and 89,780 uinbnnkinoiit to grade L street from Twenty-seventh to Twentieth streets , costing $10.77,101) ) , was referred The condition of Q stieot was referred to the committee on streets and alloys with power to act. Marshal James P. Malouoy's ' report for Mav was read us follows : Arrests 110 , of which 33 were for drunks , 35 for va grancy , 3J fur disturbing the peace and 11 for assault and battery. The others were for divers minor offenses. The Juno report shows I3o arrebts. The reports were referred. \ Bills amounting to S'3,123.71 were allowed Tuo following bills were read and referred : Charles Singer , 310.78 ; Charles Splitt , S12.3.V John Gleeson , .125 . ; Holmes & Smith , S50.30. An order on the sewer fund in favor of L. B. Stanley for 53U4 was ordered. T , B. Hatchor presented a sample of painted sign for the names of streets , and the committee on streets and alloys was uuthorlzol to act on the mutter. The tax levy for the next fiscal your is 10 mills for general purposes. 5 mills for po lice , 3 mills for lire , and 0 mills for Intorost. Total , 37 mills. The cominittoo on streets and alloys was authorized to contract for grading Q street from Twenty-fourth to Twenty-first street. Adjourned to moot Wednesday evening , School Kjiorr ( Kor June. Superintendent A. A. Munroo ro ports that 1,163 , pupils have boon enrolled since Septem ber 1 , IMS , nnd that G2t were in attendance during Juno. The average attendance dur ing Juno was 001. The ra were IIS neither absent nor tardy. A teachers' mooting was held Saturday in the hi-h | school Imlldlng for tbo purpose ol finishing reports and ro- cuivliig salary orders for the last school month , of Honor Dunce. Good Will ledge No. 8,450 , , Knights of Honor , will hold u reception and give a grand ballinGnrmanla hall , Twenty-fourth and J streets , Thursday evening , July 4. The gonj oral committee on arrangements consists of Messrs. Hurry L. Uoed , M. J. Quinn nnd George J , StolUor. Reception , Mosr . Charles II. Burgess , Jacob Bellstoin , T. C. Marsh , G. A. Marshall , Charles Larson and James W. FarmotteU. Floor , Messrs. George Cotton , Jonn II. Horn , George Seltzer , Hurry L. Heed , Frank O , Doyle and Potcr E. Wacchter. The knights expect to totally eclipse all previous fraternal order socials. Hoard ofKduuatlnn. At the regular monthly meeting of the board of education , hold Monday afternoon , all members except John D. Uobmson were present. Superintendent A. A. Munroo made a short verbal report and was granted further time muko n complete roK | > rt of the work of the school year. The following bills were approved and ordered paid : Teacher1 salaries for May , $890 , and for June , f 070.SO ; John C. Carroll , $0.r > 0 ; Udgertou & Forusworth , $10 ; P. S. rio , $500 : Louis Lundrouu , J51.7.V Wnilo Dlxon , . ' 5 ; Fred Hnmtm , $ J.37 < ; A. E. nrUrhnm , 911.15 ; K J. Persons , $1.18 : 7 CutfdlnRlon , ffiJo ; total , $0,100.111. The committee on the L street grade re ported that the city would have the grading done. Sccrntary Carroll reported that during May $7,330 had been received by the city treasurer nnd $1,390 paid out , leaving a bal ance In th'u treasurer's hands Juno 1 of $11,901.13. A duplicate order for $10 w.is ordered for the Acuio Iron works for the ono lost. I. O. O. P. Installation. Tuesday evening the onicorA-oloct of South Omalm ledge , No. 143 , Independent Order of Odd Follows. Installed onioora. The ofllcors for the ensuing term nro : Noble grand , J. A. Silver ; vice grand , Elba Crawford ; P. S. , Hudolph Hurtz ; II , S. , John P. Hvora ; treasurer , C. W. Glynnt warden , A. 31. Miller : n , S. of N. G. , II. Hey man ; L. S. of N. G. , John J. Gorman ; InMila guard , W. Larson ; outsldo guard , Nathan L. Nlmlck ; It. S. of S. , John A. Nelson ; L. S. of S. , II. L. Altman ; K. S. V. G. , 13. T. Fnrnsworth ; L. S. V. G. , William S. Anderson , Messrs. John H , Johnson ami William S. Anderson are representative * to the grand lodge. Nnto > i About ihn City. A flno healthy girl gladdens tlio homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hobort Fiinnton , The Younir People's ' ledge will moot In the Methodist Episcopal church Tuosdnv oven- lug. lug.J. J. C. Ho wo has applied for membership in the Llvo Stock cxcmiiigc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ualph Drumuioml nro the parents of n now girl baby. . Court Magic City , No. 103 , I. O. F. , will Mistall ofiloors Wednesday evening. South Omaha Loilgo No. CO , A. O. U. W. , will Instull ofllcer.s Tuesday evening , P. W. Myors Is now in charge of the Pacific telegraph ofilco. On account of the Illness of Mrs. Wheeler the Ilor. Uobert L. Wheeler has cancelled his engagement July 4 , nt Hurtlctt. E. O. Moylleld on Monday bought , a house nnd lot on Twenty-third aud J streets from 1 lowland it Bradford , and will occupy It ut onco. CHy Attorney Ell H. Doud will to-day go to Chicago on a short visit with his parents. Mrs. M. E. Bean nnd sister. Miss Sadlo E" Ackor , will start Tuesday for Fremont to visit with friends. . Miss Tcann McLonnon , of Chicago , wns a visitor of C. W. Campbell. The Hnv. II. L. Eddlcbluto will start Tucs- day for Mnywood , whore ho will dnllver an oration July 4. Mrs. James Phillips , who has been visiting' her parents , Air. nud Mrs. Lymaii Carpenter , nt Hay Springs , Duwos couuty , will return Tuesday. o , How to Avoid n Frontier Tax. A party of Englishmen , staving1 in Franco , wont for a drive , which ex tended beyond the Italian frontier , where thuy purchased a basket of fruit. Upot their return tha ollieinl at. the octroi stepped the carriage and hiiid the tax must bo paid for the fruit. Our fol low countrymen nt once told the driver to stnud still for awhJln. Thou , with the disgusted olllcial ' looking'onbutun- nblo to intcrford , they oahnly and de liberately ate the contents of the basket and wont on their way untuxud and re joicing. Try Quaker Oats. It is Scotch , you know , and just too healthy for any tibo. It will strengthen you. A Cv on His Tontrnc. A swoct trirl graduate asks the signlg- cation of Hie old Latin phrase , "Jlabot boroni in lingua" ho lias a cow on his tongue , bays the Florida Times-Union. An ancient Roman coin was stumped on ono side with the improaslon of a cow , and when ono was paid "hush money. " or bribed to Icoop mum , it wan bald of him that "ho bus a cow on hifa tonguo. " Positively cured by these r/'ttlo Pir'ls. They also lellevo IMS' tre&a fro-a Dyspepsia , 10' ' digestion and Too Hearty Kitlnj ? . A perfect rem edy for Dizziness. Nnuuca Drowsiness , Had Task1 In tlio jrouth , Co.itcd Tongue , Pain in tlio Side , TOUl'IU I.IVK11. Tlio ? regulate the BOH els. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL , SMALL DOSE , SMALL PfllCE , DRS. BEITS & BETI UOt FAIIKAU BTBUBT. OUABA. Maob ( OppoolW Faxtoa Hct u OBo Roaru , iL.M.t0 p. . 10 A fn , to 1 p. nu dpecUlUU In Chroma , Htrrotu , Okla at omco or by.m.lt frw. Mealclnea B nt by mull or exjirens , securely packed , frca from observation. GtmrnnUes to cure quickly. afely and uorinnnontly. . UPDwnilO TIDDTI TI'V ' tUmrmutorrmrn , neml- lihKYlJUS UbblLl ii Sui i.osiM.NiBut umi * lions , 1'hyBlctU JJatny. nrlsluK from JndUcro HOB , KXCBSJ or Indulgence , lirodiiclnir blaoi * le ine s , Jedjonrtoncy. J'lmplei on tfip face. aversion to society , easily dlHcoumKed , luck ot conlUlencf. dull , until for study or buBlneva , n4 Hilda llfu a bunion , unruly , permanently and orlratoly cured. Consult Vru. o tu It UetU , i i Parnam St. , Omahn , Ne'J. Blood and Skin Diseases ri'snlts , complutoly ern < llc.ateil without of Mnrcurv. bcrotula. Hrynlpelm. Kerer Bores , Illntcliei * . Dloers. 1'alna In tha Head anil llonni , Byplillltly SoreTUroat. Mouth nnd Tongue , CM- turrh , &o. . perrnnnenUr curxl rrhere otnors rlnnnn 'ifrfnonu " * JllmWer Complaints , KiflncY ! urinary vamtui. Dimwit , wo < ro. nncnt nnrnlni ! or flloody Urine , l/rlne iilgn col orecl or with milky neJImant on Manilla ? , Wenlc Hack , Onnuorrlui'a , Uleat , Cjritltla , &c. , Promptly andSafuly Cured , Cbftru Ho-uonv bit ? taoviil complete , without cutting. canMjc or dilatation. Uurcnellocted nt home br pntlont without a iiioinentBpalu or annovance To Young Men ani Millc-Agod Men , UMDD TUIDP Tlio uvrful ellccts of early uUltlj uUJlD Vlr.n , which orliiKS organic , . -ftknenn. destroying both mlmJ awl liodr , with ll Us dreaded ill * , rwrnunojitly cured. PDO DUT'TO Adicsitliono twonaya Impaired UIlU , DDllO tliBiuBolrps by Irapi-opur Indul. euncea nu < l solitary lialilt-l. wlilcli rain both bod/ and mini ) , unfitting them for buklntsi , itudy or marrUice. . . . . . . MAIIIIIKD MB.v.orthoio ontfrlnscn that hup- Pr life , iiwrB of pliy0lcal aBblllty , imlokly M ouii wcoim It bastd upon /HcU. J'lrat l'racttcal Bzp * . rlouca. Bocoud Kvory c ije U o < p iIally atudltd , tbui Htartlng aright , Third lliiillcliio * are pre pared In our lalioiatury oxuctly to suit each caao. tuunaUectliiKcnrov without Injury. rr 8enH D cents postage for celebrated work ! en Chronic , Norronv uud Jdllat ] ) U aiei. fbouaaniU curod.'iTA friendly letter or call Diny aara you future lutferlDKand ahatne , and add eolilen year * to life.3f Ho lutteri an- iwered nnlc avcumpamod by i cent * In eta tup * UM I'wnwa 8xu t. Ou&fe * . ) ( .