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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BMS , THURSDAY , JUNE 5 , 1890.
THE CITY. Bank clcnrlngH yesterday $ So8,025.-t I. Chief Gal II pan has filed 11 complaint t'liiirfjln .1. H. Ilcntli with keeping iv pllo of Inllaimimblo iniiturlul in MB yard at 1608 Cuss street. Elbrldffo nnd Will Pylo of PrcBton , Nob. , accused of Bolllnjr whisky to Fox nnd Hue Indians , were released by Judge Dundy today on SoOO bonds. A fnlso alarm called the department to Twenty-Ural nnd Lcavcnworth streets yesterday afternoon. The little bluzo was oxtingnlslied before they arrived. TJioro IB a warrant out for the arrest of C. W. Matson , charging that while In the capacity of a collector ho embezzled 88.65 from one J. K. VanDerglldor. Three military convicts , W. II. Anthony , Patrick Kennedy and Henry Bowers nave been taken from FortOmuha to the military prison at Leavenworth to Bcrvo terms for desertion. Thomas Cook , superintendent of the census will have his headquarters In the olllco of United States Marshal Slaughter in the postolllco building. There ho will receive enumerators und others until further notice. Fifteen thousand Havana cigars con signed to Max Meyer & Hro. , and a largo shipment of tailors' woolens wore pasfed through the custom hotibo yes terday morning. The woolens were con signed to Ilelin & Thompson and were from London. An Old Sold ICI-'H Story. In the late war I was a soldier In the First Maryland Volunteers , Company G. During my term of service I contracted chronic dlarrhoua ; since then I have used a great amount of medii'ino , but when I found any that would give mo relief they would injure my stomach , until Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrha-a Remedy was brought to my notice. I use it and will bay it is the only remedy that gave mo permanent relief and no bad results follow. I take pleasure In recommending this prepara tion to all of my old comrades who , while giving their services to their country , contracted this dreadful dis ease as I did , from eating unwholesome and uncooked food. Yours truly , A. 13. Bending , llalfaoy , Ore. Itcnt u iMortKHKC Jinn. George W. Crovur is uiulur nrrost for ob taining rnouoy undo ? false pretenses. The complaining witness Is John 1C. Eilwiinls , n loan ! itcnt , wtin nmdo ti nliuttol loan of $ < ! 7.f > U on a horse which ho claims was not the prop erty of tlio mortgagor. endorse Plait's chlorides Over 10,000 physicians rides as the proper household disinfectant. A IliislncHS Change. The Omaha hardware company lias ex perienced a change , of management , Mr. V. II. Taylor , general manager , retiring , nud Mr. I. A. Miller , vice president , assuming the position and duties of general manager. This change was not wholly unexpected by the trade , and it is nndoMtooJ that Mr. Tay lor retires to enable him to devote his time wholly to his private interests which have Buffered by his devotion to the affairs of the company. Pears' Is the purest and best soap over made. A New Appoint incut. An oftlcial circular has been Issued by Ocn- cral Tmfllo Manager Mullen of the Union Pacific appointing S. W. Kcclcs general eight and passenger agent nt Salt Lake Hy , vice frauds Cope , deceased. Inasmuch ns J. V. Parker , the assistant general freight and passenger agent , resigned , that ofllco has been abolished. lien Campbell , general freight agent of the Pacific division , takes charge of the business Eceles lett in Cali fornia. Miles' Nerve niul Ijtvor Pills. An important discovery. They act on thu liver , stomach and bowels through the nerves , A new principle. They speedily euro billiousness , bad taste , torpid liver , plies and constipation. Splendid for men , women and children. Smallest , mildest , nurest. ' 10 doses for ! i cents. Samples free- nt Kuhn & C'o.'s 15th and Douglas. tl tlio Circus. Sells & Andrcss1 touted show , whoso can vass is now spread in the north part of the city , is evidently playing in very tough luck. Yesterday the proprietors iiled a chattel mortgage for.l,000 ( ) in favor of Allen Sells of Topcka 'Can. , covering the forty hcail of horses und ponies , seven railroad cars , ono elephant , " camels , eight cages of unlmals , tlio tents and the entire circus and menagerie outllt. Clmti'ooflifo | , baclcaehe , monthly in-cgii Inritlca , hot Hashes are cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free samples at Kuhn & Co. , luth nud Douglas. Itnok ( o tlio Old IJDVO. William Anderson the popular and well known hotel man , who was at the Murray for some time- until about six months ago , when ho accepted the position of manager of tlio new Hotel Suvery at DCS Moincs , has re turned to this city nnd has accepted the posi tion of manager of the Murray , vice Mr. lligby resigned. Mr. Anderson is oneof the beat known nnd most popular hotel mun in this section anil his many friends in this city will be glad to hear of ids return. Fits , spasms , St. Vltits ilanco. nervousness nnd hysteria are soon cured liy Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free samplcss at Kuhn & Co. , lutli nud Douglas. _ Too Heavy for the Sewoi" * . "No city in the country has n sewer system that will take care of such a fall of water as that of Tuesday night , " remarked Chairman Ualcombeof the board of public works yestor- ilay morning. "And 1 do not think that under such extraordinary circumstances any body who may fcol disposed can recover against this city for dam ages that may have resulted from that storm. The courts go a great deal on common sense aud thoivtoro 1 do not autlcl- iiato any serious results from whatever litiga tion may ensue. The city has already lost not less than f.10KX ) damage as a result of the Etorin , and the llguro may bo oven greater. U'ho havoc played with paving was simply fearful. _ For Tlreil Ilrnlu Use Ilosford's Acid Phosphate. Dr. O. C. Stout , Syracuse , N. V. , saysi : gave It to ono patient who was uimblo to trans- nctthu most ordinary business , bccnnsu his bruin was 'tired and confused' upon the least mental exertion. Immediate bcnctlt , nud ultimate recovery followed " 11. P. Un.xtcVfl Month. L. P. Haxter died nt his residence Tues day from blood poisoning. About a week ngo a mccnnnlo's bench feel on his foot crush ing the big too , but nothing serious was an ticipated. Blood poisoning sot In , however , mid the attendant physlvnuowlng ! to Baxter's high temperature , was afraid U > amputate the foot. Ulcers commenced to form on the limb , and extended to other portions of the body , 11 milly reaching thu throat and can&lng' death. The remains were forwarded to Papllllon yesterday by M. O. Maul for Interment. It was a case which ballled the skill of the best physicians of Omahn , as the skin of the bruised too was not broken and the causa for blood poisoning could not bo ascertained. Dr. Hlnioy.practlco limited to catarrh- nl illsuuees of ntwo and throat , lleo bldg. Oiunlin'8 Uuiioli Show. The Omaha bench show opens next Tues day morning nt 1DOO Farnnm street , and everything Is in renditions for a sti | > orb exhl- bltlon. Manager W. Q. Ingram is much fluted over the largo list of entries so far made , nnd says that the display of thor- .oughbred nnd fancy dogs will sur pass any similar exhibition over given west of Chit-ago. In addition to the "jeneh shew there is to bo a largo display tf birds uud aulmals , fish , uud the taxider mist's work , besides a department confined exclusively to thoroughbred poultry , \tnong the entries nro n largo number of bench am- mals from abroad , and among them is a pair of * .r > ,000 Irish setters from Chicago. The show will bo continued throughout the week until Saturday evening. The Only One. The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway Is the only line running solid vestlbuled , electric lighted nnd steam heated trains between Chicago , Council LilufTs and Omaha , The berth reading lamp feature in the Pullman sleeping cars run on these lines is patontc4 and cannot bo used by any other railway company. It is the great Improvement of the ago. Try it and bo convinced. Sleeping cars leave the Union Pacific depot , Omahn , nt 0 p. m. daily , arriving at Chicago at 0:80 : a. m. Passengers taking tins train are not compelled to got out of the cars at Council Bluffs nnd wait for the train to bo cleaned. Get tickets and sleeping car berths at Union ticket olllce , 1601 Fnninin st. F. A. NABII , Gen. Agt. J. E. PIIKSTOX Pass AgU A Strange and Venomous Visitor. Peycko liros. company have on exhibition in their counting room a very venomous look ing specimen of the fcmalo tarantula encased In n glass jar. The Insect Is nbout three Inches neross nnd has n nest full of young tarantulas which she watches closely , never leaving them for a moment , nnd seems to bo rigidly on watch ready to attack nny tres passers. This inteivMtlng family arrived vestorday In a bunch of bananas from Huatan Island , and will probably bo electrocuted as soon ns sufficient study has been given to its peculiarities. An AliMHtitc Cure. The ORIGINAL A WETINE OINTMENT Is only put up In large two-ounce tin boxes , nnd is mi nbsoluto cure for nil sores , burns , wounds , chapped hands and nil skin eruptions Will positiveiv euro all kinds of piles. Ask for the OIUaiNAL , ABIKTINE OINT- MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug company at i5 ! cents per box bv mail 'M ' cents TIII3 STO1CM IN IOWA. Trains on All of the Chicago K ouls ; Delayed by AV'ashonts. Another heavy ruin storm swept over the western part of Iowa Tuesday night and leftso much destruction in its wake , that the North western , Milwaukee and Hock Island trains were very badly blocked today. On ttio two latter roads there were such heavy washouts near Underwood , Neola and Avoca that when the west-bound trains duo to arrive hero at 10 o'clock > j-cstcrday morning reached Neola , they turned around and started back to Chicago. The out-going trains did not leave Council Bluffs. Dis patchers along these lines reported to the vari ous officials here that it would bo impossible to get trains through either way today. Assistant Postmaster General Clarkson , was on the Hock Island in a special car en- vouto to Omaha , but had to return to Dos Moines and will not get hero until today. Ono report has It thot _ there was some loss of life below Underwood and considerable stock drowned , but nothing definite- re- gnrd to this could bo ascertained. The bridges on both the Milwaukee and Hock Island were washed out and telegraph lines prostrated. The Northwestern train arrived this after noon. It was detained by n break in the track east of Missouri Valley. The Question of the Day. The lending question now is : ' 'Are you provided with n bottle of Chamber lain's Collie , Cholera und Diarrhoea , Kemedy , as u sa feguard against an nt- tuclc of bowel complaint during the sum mer months ? " No family can afford to risk being without this invaluable medicine during the hot weather. It is almost certain to bo needed , and is a friend indeed when required , as it never fails , nnd is pleasant nud. safe to tako. 2" ) and f > 0 cent bottles for sale by till druggists. in nit. JOIINSON-CathoriiieTT. , wife of S. W. Johnson , nt 1 o'clock a. in./L'ucsdny , Juno It. Funeral will take place from her late res idence , 1302 North Twentieth street , Thurs day , June 5 , at 1 1 o'clock a. m. A DniigcroiiH Policy. It is a dangerous policy to wait until taken sick before buying a bottle of Chamberlain's colio , cholera and diar rhoea , remedy. Every family should be provided with pomo reliable remedy for bowel complaints , ready for immediate use , whcMievcr required , during the sum mer mouths , and this remedy is unques tionably far superior to any other. It can always bo depended u'pon , and is pleasant and safe to take , it is put up in "o and 50 cent buttles. A Campbell N Coming. S Last night Detective Vaughn departed for Baltimore , and when ho returns ho will bo accompanied by J. II. Clampitt , who last No vember jumped a.1,500 , bail bond , on which ho was being held to answer the charge of assault , with intent to murder. During the early part of November , Clam pitt , In company with a few friends , want up near Elkhorn to shoot ducks. Ono day as they were passing through a field several boys cntno out from n house near by and com menced to guy the shooters. This caused Clampitt to grow angry and drawing his gun ho fired at the boys , filling ono of them Carl Paul , with bird shot. Clampittwas promptly arrested and gave bail for his appearance nt the preliminary examination , but when the cnso came on for trial ho was missing. Nothing could bo learned of his whereabouts until yesterday , when a telegram was re ceived by Chief Se.ivey to the effect that Clampitt had been arrested at Ualtimoro. Unpleasantness Avoided. Several months ngo Mr. Henry Plum met1 of Clements , Cal. , who is subject to cramps , was taken with n severe attack. IIo had been accustomed to get relief by dofiingyith morphine , but the disagree able effect that followed would make him miserable for hours after the cramp had boon relieved. I iiei'Miadcd him to try Chamberlain's colic , cholera and diarrhoea remedy. Ho was much pleased with It , us lln oft'cct was almost instantaneous , and no disagreeable after effects accompanied its use. Charles IJiimort , mnrngor farmers' trade union , Clements , Cal. Vacated thu Imposition Annex. At last the city has vacated the old exposi tion annex , the hiat officer to move out- being Building Inspector Whltloek who last night went Into the southwest corner of the court house basement , where ho will remain for the present. Chief Galllgan who vacated the annex Mou- dny morning Is quartered at engine nouso No. II. while the balance- the officers are nt the Cioos hotel. The only railroad train out of Omaha run expressly for the accommodation of Omaha , Council IHullV , Dos Moines and Chicago business is the Hock Island vestibule limited , leaving Omaha at1:16 : p. m. daily. Ticket oillco 1002 , Sixteenth and Fariuun St. , Omaha. the llaiilcn. Chairman Baleomoo of the board of public works said yesterday that It would cost (5,000 , to slope the banks In the city this year. Two years ago it cost only fl.OOO to do this work. The tncronso Is occasioned by there being niovo buulcs to cut this year than then. But the property owners pay this bill , no part of it coming out of the city. 1002. Sixteenth and Farnnm streets is the now Rook Island ticket olllco. Tick ets to nil points cast at lovoot rates. A Victim of the Flyer. The B , & M. section man who was run Intel l Y tuo flyer at AsUlaud , Tuesday died nt St. Joseph's hospital nt 1 :50 : yesterday afternoon. The man was thirty-two years of ngo. Last night the remains were taken to Drexel ft Maul's nnd today will bo burled by the county. _ Through coaches Pullman palace Bloopers , dining cars , free reclining chair cars to Chicago and Intervening points via the great Rock Island route. Tick et olllco 1002. Sixteenth nnd Farnnm. Marriage license. Only ono license was Issued yesterday , tbo following being the parties : Nnme nnd residence. .Ago- J John U. Lowroy , Omahn . iiS 1 Henrietta C. Murks , Omaha. . 30 Mrs. WInslow's soothing syrup Is the best of nil remedies for children teething. 25 cents u bottle. ANOTHER SC1IKMI3. President Adams Snld to Do After n Ijcnsc of the Central I'aellle. It seems to bo qulto generally understood hero that the conference of Union Pnctflo officials at Salt Lake will result In nn-cxplo- slon of some kind nnd somewhere. Attention is directed to the freight department , where according to rumors afloat ono or two import- nut chnnucs nro being seriously considered. Tebbotts'nnd Lomax nnd Dlckenson were nil sent for with an Injunction that Mr. Adams wnnted to moot and consult with them in the Mormon capital. Another report says that ho proposes to ef fect n lease of the Central Pacific nnd thus secure an nil-rail route direct from Omaha to San Francisco. "That sort of n scheme , " said nn attache of the road , "looks qulto feas ible , " and ho Inclined to have more faith In something of tno kind being under contem plation than nny further removals. The Southern Ps-ciflo company has long manifested such supreme indifference regardIng - Ing the CentrnljPacille system that the Union Pncillc has been getting away from It ns much ns possible every year. Since acquiring the Short Line nnd the Oregon Hailwny Navi gation road the Union Pacific has been divert Ing every bit of traffic it could to nnd from California by way of Portland. The Central Pacific management has shown Its Indifference towards the Union Pacific in many ways. There has boon no such thing ns inducing that outfit to oven run its trains on such schedules ns the Union Pacific officials wanted ormako decent connections nt Ogden. The Southern Pacific people care nothing for their line between San Francisco nnd Ogden , while could the Union Pacific secure operat ing control of it there would no longer bo any thing to prevent the road being the shortest and best transcontinental line. ObntnclcH in the Way. There was more talk among railroad men today over the rate question nnd proposed or ganization of a new passenger association than has been heard for a long time. The situation Inspires them nnd they seem to feel alarmed lest the scheme- may fall through and precipitate another outbreak. According to reports from Chicago , those interested in getting the new association organized nnd in working order arc not having smooth sailing by any means. There are numerous obsta cles in their way. The AViscousin Central still insists upon its demand for differ entials or the nbandonment of fast trains by its competitors. Then again there seems to bo considerable apprehension as to what position the AVabasli may tako. It already pursues different courses on its eastern nnd western lilies , therefore refuses to put its eastern business under the juris diction of a western association. This leaves a loop hole for the Alton to crawl out at with n declaration that it would bo compelled to meet any rate the AVabash might make. A free dispensary has been opened at the Bishop Clarkson hospital , 1710 Dodge St. , for the free treatment of the diseases of women and children. Daily ( except Sunday ) from 11 u. m. to 12 m. The Dead Drummer. O.MMIA , Juno-1. To thoEditor of Tnr. Bnn : A. M. Lyncman , a traveling man , started n subscription list for the proper burial of our brother traveling man , Hobert Peyton , nnd has met with the encouragement usually given by the boys when ono of the craft meets with misfortune. The boys responded imme diately upon request nnd so far $30 has been raised to give Hobert Peyton , n decent burial. The remains will bo disinterred nnd buried at Forest Lawn cemetery some day next week , notice of which will be published a day or two prior. Traveling men are requested to sub scribe to the fund and may send their names and the amount of their subscriptions to A. M. Lyneman , care of M. O. Maul , Omaha. The subject of purchasing a lot a Forest Lawn in wliich to bury other traveling men who may die without friends in Omaha , or the vicinity , is broached , and any money sent to Mr. Lyncman for the purpose- will bo turned over to a committee of traveling men appointed to look after the matter. A DllL'MMEIC. now ofllces of the great Rock Is land route , 1002 , Sixteenth and Farnnm street , Omaha , nro the finest in the city. Call and see them. Tickets to all points cast at lowest rales. PURE Its nil norlnrcteellcnco proven In million * of homei fnrmnri' Ilinii iMiuiirtur nf n ciMitnry. It Is u ril liy tlio ( 'nlti.nl ytuti'H ( ! ovi'rmn" % Kniliirn'H by tlio liomls of tlm uro.it unlverb.it ns tlio Stroiiix * ! , I'lircstimilMnitllonltliful. lr ) I'rUu's Cream link ing 1'uwilcr , iloon not contain ammonia , llmu or alum. HeM only In cans. I'ltlPK IIAKl.NC. I'OWDKH CO. , JfoivVorlc Clilfiuo. S.in Krancboo. Et.I.ouli M U S HI llovn X UAVNKM , Managers. WEDNESDAY AN'IT I'roductlon of tlio Latest Jhibloai 1'urcc Comedy , RPRlRqfJRGKS Hy II. Orattan Dontinlly Ksi | . , uiillinr of "Natural Has , " "Later On , " etc. n. G. Knowing . as . Jndgu Jnolc Win. J : Kusitll . as . Doctor Jack And u Kupoi-li Coincily C'oinpany , Imroduo- Inn llrlKhtoit I'euturo.s , Uieateat Novelties , Latest i-units. ItuKulnr prices. Scats will bo put on sulo Tuesday mornln ; ; , Dime MuFee. A STAR ORGANZIATION , Mclntyre fie Heath's MINSTRELS. The cat minstrel ahow over K'TCH ' In Omnlia. ! 3 grout liir In uilnttrHtjr. NL1W PUN ! NKWJOKE.S ! NKW GA.GB1 \Vatcli fur ttioRrcat iticet parades. CAPT. CHITTENDEN TUo nurvlTOrof lunny arctlo ctinllllon | > nltb UU culluctlon of curloi Irum ( lie fretun nurtli. One Dime Admits to All , Both the method and results \vhcn Byrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste , and acts contly yet promptly on the Kidneys , Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys tem effectually , dispels colds , head aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs IB the only remedy of its kind over pro duced , pleasing to the taste and ac- ccptahlo to the Btomnch , prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects , prepared only from the most healthy and ngrccahlo substances , its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have roado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO , CAL. lOUISVULE , K\ \ ' , NEW YORK. H.V. sssssasssaisss In Its First Stages. He lure you gel the poiulne. CALIFORNIA THF LAND OF DISCOVERIES. > S -Sou on encTJor circuit ivl Itr M\t \ 3 fr Q.S-i roj\ tATARRH pnyjurr-1 - Santa : Abie s and : Cat : R : Cure Korhulo by Uooilumn OniR Co , HE. J , E. fflcftREW , THE forms of 1'rlviitu Diseases , i N" tri-atinftit has over been I more mciTssful anil none ' IMI had stronger endorse- nu'iit. A enrols gunrautrril Hi Iliu very worst capes InfiomltoSdiUH wHIioutlho loesof nn lioiir'ntlme. 'I'10 ' * " w''o ' ' liivo been STFtJSWtJTBHVIlIC u.ider Ins treatment for u u , ' iw \'uaua stricture or dlftlcullylti relieving Hie blaJilcr. pronoiinco it n mnet tvnnilrr * fill 8urcw ) , A cumplutu euro In fc\v cJuye wllliout limn. liu'runn-Mla or Um if tune. I And all weak- j of the fcuiiuilorgntis tlmlilltyor nrrvonrncM , In their \voret forms nnd tnj t ( Irciidf'il remit ? r.ro nb uiiiU < ly cnreil. Inttnimeiils , AvnmU > rful rtnutly. llOUHb for laillca from 8 to 4 ( ) NI.V. and All Diseases of the Skin , HlLOil , Heart , I ivir. Kill- iicys nml llliulikT cured. Cured in 30 to 10 dim. The nibit ruiiul , mfo and effect- l o treatment koovin to the medical profession , Every Imco of the dUease re- ruovrd from the bleed ; ft compute curl guaranteed. ' " " For "mau1 or ' "woman" , each IQo ( ttnmiK ) . Treatment by rorrc- Hpunilonco tjtamp for leply. 1 N. 14 Con. HTH AKn KAHNAII ST. Open from ft A. M. to U 1' . .M. 1 EuUimco nn Ftirnnm or 1HU bt. , OMAHA. NEB. ' ' "nil Hi" I'IM-KSS iri'YTQ UMVTI'n to " " - nul.iMO tUUII.U UI.OTIIKS I.IM : ; pati'nt m-Biitly Issued. H holds tlio flutlicrt MM hunt jiliis ; thvy dn not fri'c/utii It uud fuiiiiut bluw nir. Suniplo line hunt by mull Me : W-fi/i.t linn by mall tl.aj. Tor fln-nliir * , tirli-i'-hat anil ti-rniH address The rinlesj Clothe-i I.mo Co. . 17 Herman St. Worcustor TW - Overstocked , but we are determined to do the clothing business of this town , and our goods are marked to obtain that end in view , and because our prices are lower than others , don't let it prejudice you against the quality and workmanship of our goods. Depend upon us to sustain our reputation for honest and reliable clothing. We arc the originators of , and have been since we started , the leaders in popular prices , not only for clothing , but for all other goods which we handle. Our large business gives us ad vantages that arc not enjoyed by other dealers , and we assure you that we can always save you from 25 to 50 per cent by availing yourself of the popular prices at which we mark all our goods. During the ensuing week we shall offer some extraordinary bargains in our Undcwcar De partment. We have closed from the manufacturers 25 cases of fine Summer Underwear at an enormous reduction from what the same goods cost us early in the season. That explains why we are able to make slaughtering prices on them. Fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 350 ; regular price 65c. Fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 6oc ; regular price $1.00. Extra fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at Soc ; regular price $ i.5o. These goods are of an extra fine quality and handsome shades , and arc worth fully the reg ular prices stated above. above.NECKWEAR. . Another immense purchase just made. * We have bought the .entire stock of Tccks made by one of the leading manufacturers in the country. There are about 500 dozen ; all this season' novelties , and we shall almost give them away. We have classified them into three grades : 350 , 450 and 65c. Remember , these are all high grade goods , and the prices we quote represent jus ! one-quarter of what such qualities would sell at regular retail prices. SHOES. One of the season's choicest offerings in the Shoe Department is the following : Russet Low Shoes , excellent stock , solid leather throughout , at $1.40. They are worth i fully $2.50 ; and Russet High Cut Lace Shoes at $1.75 , positively worth $3.00. In Men's and Boys' Shoes you will not find anywhere such values as we are offering , and w6 kcep..only shoes from reliable makers , such as we can recommend and as we can guarantee. In our basement AATC offer as large a line of Trunks and Traveling Bags of all descriptions aa you can find in this city. Our prices for these goods will astonish you. Mail orders solicited. Samples of cloth with rules for measuring sent to any address. Corner Douglas and FoUrtBBnlh Streets , So long ; as "Men may come and Men may go , " it behooves us to help them to be well dressed. To this end we continue to offer for their in spection an excellent assortment of Men's Clothing , including everything that is new. nobby and durable. A full line of Men's trousers of first-class fit , make and material Make Your Selection Early , Tumblers SG , SG , 1OG , 1SG and. 2OG El A OH. All Kinds. Price reduced for 10 days PERKINS , GATCH & LAUMAN'S , 1514 FARNAM STREET. NEW PAXTON BLOCK Grand Lottery of Juarez. Under the Management of the Mexican International Banking Co. , Concessiouarlos. INCORPORATED BY THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA , MEXICO , FOR CHARITABLE PUKPOSE3 * GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING Will tnko plnco In pulilio nt the OIl'Y O1 ! JUAHEZ ( formerly P.iso dot Nurto ) . WEDNESDAY , JUNE 28th , 1890. Under the personalsuporvisfnn ol GEN. JOHN S. 5IOSBY , and MK.OAMIU ) AUCW the former a Rentleman of such proinlnoneo la the United States that his presence alone li stilllclent euaraiitoo to the pnbllo that the drawings will bo hold with strict honesty and fair ness to all , nnd the latter ( the Supervisor of thu Moxloau Government ) Is of equal sliudlu ; und Integrity. CAPITAL PRIZE , $6OOOO. Only 6OOOO Tickets ! Only 6OOOO TicketsI WHOLE TICKETS , $4 ; HALF TICKETS. $2 ; QlfARTER LJST OK Prize of $60,000 , $60,000 $ , 100 I'rlnoi of Approximation I W oai-li Prizes. 5 J J1 rlioof IO.UOO 10.000 100 I'lUni of oO pacli a.'JW ilioct fi,000 fA ( ) : UO I'rUes of 25 Ciicli 2.JU ) 'rlteaof ' iuju cech Ji.'juj Terminal FrizM. ' ' ' . ' of f-'O p.i"h > I'J13 ! 'rlteaof SOO each . ,000 Kf < TormlnnU to ful.OW I'rlJU - ' rlzesof 1U ) CHC.U 6,000 6U'.iTerminals to tlO.OJJ 1'rUo of till oauli. . . . . V-ttj 'rl7030f K each 6. ( J il'rlieaof Ul cuch 7,600 1014 Prizes amountlns to $ ia5,070 , \Vo tlio undCMlcned liorebjr certify tlint tlio Bunco If nny tlekot ilrawln'-r n prl/o li wnt to tlm iiii'lor ' Nnclontil of Mexico In Clilliinilnia Ims on deposit eluiicit , lt fnco v.iluo will bo rollcotuil iiuil ruu.Ul34 from tlio Mexican Inturnatlon.il Ilunklni ; Compiuiy. tu the owner thgroof free nf charBO. the necosiary funds to guarnnteo the payment of all ICIHIAK II. JIHONHO.V. the prize * clnnv'i In the ( linnil Ixittory of .lunrcz. 1'rcslilont Kl I'aio Nntlonnl Ilinlf , Kl 1'aio. Tor. Wo further certify that wo will siiporvlnooll the nr- rnngomnnts , und In purson nmnak'o anil control nil For elul ) riitiM , nr niiy other Infornintlnn. wrllfl to thcdr'inlDKS of this Lottery , mid tint the fanio nro the undersU-ncil. atntlii't your iiililruji elwirlir. wlm conducted with honesty , fairness und lu good fnlth atnto. County. Slraet iiuil Numlicr. Mora niil.l | in-ill towards nil parties. clullvery will ho assured by your oncloslus n envelope - JOHN 8. MOSI3Y. CoimnNstoner. opo lionrlna your full nrtilro . , ( JAMH.O AltllUCI.I.KH , MEXICAN INI-KUSATIOSAI. HANKINJI no. . Supervisor for the Government , City of JuuruA Moxluo. Bond remlttnncps for tickets by ordinary Inttor. contalnlns Mimoy Order ' ifi iie < l by nil Kxpress Uompiinlus , Now Vork Exchange , UiinU Uraftor Toatol Note. Address ) nil registered Ictturs to INTliiriNA'TIONJVLx BANKING CO. . OILtj or Juai-oz. Moxloo. via HI Paso. Tax. Jewelers and. Silversmiths SIXTEENTH AND FARXAM STREETS , OMAHA , NKH. We Invite particular attention to our large variety of arti cles appropriate for Wedding Pi esents at POPULAR PRICES. Solid Sterling Silverware , sinclo pieces or In sots , combinations , 4io. , from $2 up to $500. Fine Quadruple Silver-plated Wnro , in now and elegant designs , embracing about everything known to the trade in both flat and. hollow ware , BO low in price tliat wo dare not name the figures , being only about HALF OUU FOKM- ER PKICES. Lamps , Toilet Sots , Candelabra , Bronze Ornaments , Mirrors , besides the largest a-isortm-ant of Cloolcs to bo found west of Chicago , from $1 up to $3 JO. Hnndsomo Mantel Clocks at $0 , $7.00 , $10 , $16 , etc. , with half-hour stride attachment , cathedral gongs , &c. Diamonds , Watches , and Rich Gold Jew elry at Greatly Reduced Prices. g at Lowest Rates anil All Work Fully Warranted.