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8 THE OMAHA. DAILY BIEE : FRIDAY , JUNE 5 , 1801.
LOCK BETTER Til AN THE LAW , "Shorty" Dwjrr'a ' Escape ) from Prosecution for Murder nnd Assault. W , E , MEAD WAS NOT AN EMBEZZLER , JIc HIIOH HlH I'rcHccntorH lor Heavy H .11 PH. l-Viiii Fined for ; Mfillulno Otlicr .MattorH. Luck Is bcntliif ; the law without hair try- hit ; In "Shorty " Uvvycr's CHSO. Dwyur , whoso real nniiio , It htm boon lonrncd , Is John Urablo , was arrested hist fnll for killing Jnmcs Connor In n ludtfliKf house on Tiuith street. It was n jiwtty cloiir enso ns Dick CushltiB , ono of the chief witnesses was stubbed by Uwjcr in the Unlit In wliiuli Connor was Killed. CushltiK and uiiother witness ivoro helil In Jnll mid testllliMl ni/nlnst Dwyer nt thu trial of the case , and woru then rulcnscil , ns the county attorney thought ho Had a sine o.no niC.ilnst the acciHL'd. The Jury , howovcr , fulled to ncrco and Dwyor's case was continued until the pres ent term of court. CushliiK anil the other witnesses Immediately left town and when the case was again called the other day Uwyur was i-leased for want of piosccullon. Ho was at once rratrcsted on the charge ot stubbing Uustilnt ; and was placed in ttie citv jail. Yesterday Uwyur was dismissed and or dered out of ttio city , as CUSIIIIIK'-I prescnc ) ns a witness could not tie secured. Uwvcr had Just completed a four years' term in the Missouri pomtontlarj for bui'K- Inrj when ho got into tioublo over Coiitioi's ' lulling In Omaha. Not mi Kmhc//.lor. \V. K. Mead , who was arrested at Kansas City n few weeks ago and brought hero to answer a charge of uinbo/rlcinunt preferred by Seiborliiig k. Co. , an agncultuial linple > mcnt linn of Akron , O. , was discharged by Judge Htlsloy In police court yesterday. Mr. Mead was the Omaha agent of Seiber- llng & Co. and had a contract for several years yet. Ho was thrown out of a Job by the formation of a tiust which his employers Joined. At the time ho hail $ h01 in his pos session , which ho held to apply , as ho claimed , on salary duo him from the linn. It was the retention of this money that led to his arrest. Ho was given a prelimimuy hear ing home time ago. The court held that tlieio was nothing whatever in the evidence to show Unit Mr. Mead was an embe//.lcr or had iinj intention of defrauding the comiuny In any way. The Judge further remarked that Mr. Mead's ' con duct all through the case had hoen that of an honest man who was only claiming what ho thought was Justly duo him. The case was dismissed. Mr. Mead at once bciran suit in the United States court against SeihorliiiK & Co. for WXX ( ) , duo as wages under his contract , and fil.OOO for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution. I > Irn. Komi's Cnno. Mrs. Fcnn , the Christian scientist had her case in district court disposed of yesteulay. Last July Mrs. Fcnn in the capacity of a doctor , treated Mrs. I.cmen during child birth. Both the mother and child died. Mrs. Fenn was arrested on the charge of practicing medicine without u diploma or being a graduate of a medical college. In police court she wns fined $ o ( ) and costs. She appealed and went Into the district court. Monday when the case was called for trial Ali-s. Fonn showed flcht and declared that she would clear her skirts of the prosecution that she claiined was Instituted by the doctors of the old school. The county attorney was ready , but Mrs. Fenn was not.so ttui CIIMJ was continued. Doth sides bciran looking up the law in the raso. and thp woman linally determined to plead guilty and appeal to the mercy of the court. ' I Yesterday she appeared before Judge Wakelov , withdrew all her former pleas and acknowledged her guilt. Thojudgo accepted this and at once imposed a line of $ 'iO and costs , which was paid. Indians In Court. John ( Jray Hair and Jim Wild Waves two husky Wlunebagos , were in police court yes terday as witnesses against two lads who were charged with swindling the guileless sons of thaprairii ) out of 50 cents of the coin of the realm. It appears that the Indians wanted llro water and gave the hoys fit ) cents with which to purchase the desired drink. The boys took the 11101103- and dlsapoeared and the Winncbagcs arc still thirsty. The case was continued. Proved nil .A 111)1. In the case of the state against Frank Bruce , who was charged with having burglarized the Iio.-on ; Store of $ < ! 00 worth of goods , the defense succodod In proving an nllbi. At S o'clock yesterday the Jury returned n verdict of not guilty. Hruco was released and was Just walking out of the court room when ho was ro.irrestcd by Sor- gcant Ormsby on the charge of carrying eon- ce.ilcd weapons. _ C Olll't Xotl'H. The sheriff of Sarpy county arrived in the city Wednesday night , bringing with him John Smith. John broke into the store owned by Cyrus P Spearman at Springfield on the night of MavI ! . He was captured while in the act of carrying away thu contents of the stoic , waived examination and was held to the district court. Upon his way up hero ho told the shcrltl that ho was rca'dy to plead guilty and take his .sentence. With this un- dorstamllng he was taken hoforo Judge Es- tcllo and sen ton cod to one and one-half years in the penitentiary. The second case of Clmilos II. Olson , ad ministrator ol the estate of Kdivard Olson , deceased , against Max Mojor was called yesterday and is now on tiial before Judge Irvln . In this case OKcn is .suing to recover the value of a stock of goods. The suit grows out of the falling of the Meyer building on lower FiU'iiam street. The deceased - ceased owned a stock of goods situated in an adjoining building. When the Mover build ing foil , the Olsen building was crushed and destroyed together with Its contents. To Dispel lu'adnctics and fevers , to cleanse thn svstoni clToctually , yet gently w lion costive or bilious orvltoa the blood is impure or sluggish , to permanently euro habitual constipation , to nwakon the Kidneys and liver to a healthv act tlvlty , without irritating or wo.ikonitiK tliem use Syrup of Figs. Sco special \n\Ko \ for line of c'raiu elo- vixtoi-b for biUo or rout , American \VomliTH. Yullpwstono park IB Imyuiul nil quos- tltm ono of the world's jrrout wonuorH , mid tlio Union Puclllo oxoiirslou In July will bo the ovout of the huuson. Ask your nourost Union 1'uuillo iijfont about STUKiri1 STAXlis AND SIGNS. U'lioyl lMo \ \ lU'giilatinl hy Orilluaiioo Horoal'H'i' . Mayor CushliiR anil Superintendent of Buildings Whitlock nold a session today and declared against irult stands and signs that Btrotcli over the sidewalks. As a result of the meeting an ordinance will bo formulated and introduced nt the next session of the city council. " This ordinance will provide that whenever n until deairos to stretch a cloth ilgn from building to curb , ho must procure a petition signed by all of the resident * within a nulius of ono block from n point whurolt is proposed to locate the sign. Thi ) mnt tor of street fruit stands was tnken up and illsnisscd. This will also bo regulated by orillnancu. The stands must bo of n cer tain fclte and can only bo located upon a poll- tlnn of allot the occupants in the block. Heretofore they have bocn located by getting the i > rinUslou of the abutting property owner. , no nnunua , no pain when Do Witti Little Kurly Hlior * arq taltou. Small (111. SafypUU lien pill , ftOVTll tt.1l.lltA . . , \ \ \ \ \ Kiilcrtiilii the Pastor. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian church will give Hcv. nud Mrs. Kobort L. Wheclor a reception nt the parsonage , Twenty-second nnd I streets , this evening. All members of the congregation nnd nil friends of Air. nnd Mrs , Wheeler are cor dially invited to bo present , Jlullil UK I'crinliH. Hulldlng Inspector D. F. Baylcss has is sued permits to John S. Musock , two cot tages in IJrown part ) , costing * I'JOO ; K. Lowry , n Sl.fiOJ business house on Twentieth and L sticets , nnd four minor permits. NOICH Atio.it the City. A. C. Po'wi-rs has returned from Lincoln. Manager James Vlles , Jr. , has gone to Chicago. Joseph Chrlstio has gone to Dexter , In. , on n shoit visit. Mrs. J. F. Cornish has gone to Tckamah to visit her p.m-nts. W. K. Skinner of the yards' traveling force has leturiiou from Kansas City. A daughter has been born unto Mr. and Aii-s. J. W. Morton , Twenty-eighth and II streets. Mark Hla'icLnrd came over from Creston , la , to visit his parents , Air. and Airs. AI. F. Ulanchard. John Kiloy , after being cast , has returned nnd will run the Cleveland house , Twenty- sixth and O streets. The light to a finish between Harnov Tay lor nnd Frank AlcOee will take place In Oer- mania hall this evening. Next Sunday evening will bo observed as children's day in the First Christian church , Twenty-second and 1C streets. James James brought in a load of Durham cattle of his own feeding from Alalvern , la. , that topped the market at > .7l ) . llov. Knox 1' . Taylor of Hloomlngton , 111. , state Sunday school evangelical missionary of the Christian church of Illinois , was the truest of Kev. Alarion liolos. Kev. Mr. and Mis Hobort L. Wheeler nnd son Perry have returned after their summer vacation spent with f i lends in Ponca , Sioux City nnd nelghhoiing places. The papers for citizens' alliance , No. 1 , have arrived. The alliance will meet Tues- dav evening in the old Knight : ; of Pythias hall , Twenty-lilth and .N stieots. W. A. Paul , ono of the popular exchange boys has returned with his charming bride , nee Miss Hnttlo Igou of Ked Cloud , nnd is iu-n.-ivnihr iiiocoiigraiiiijiionb 01 many menus at his new homo , Twenty-fourth and Al streets. lIHMISSii ; > TIM' : ACCUSKI ) . ComitiTfolt CIIHCH nropnril JJy the Prosecution Federal Matters. United States Attorney Baker dismissed the > .asos against Frank Cushman Mid William Young In the federal court yes- teiday. Cushman and Young were charged with having circulated counterfeit money but the evidence was not sulUciont to con vict. James W. Moore , tried and found pullty of embe//.ling pension money belonging to Mrs. Gniner , was arraigned upon n chareo of forgery. Ho will bo tried next week for the latter offense. The case of Ole Olson against the South Omaha banking company for $10,000 personal damages was begun before' Judge Uundy. Gcorgo Williams of Thomas county was tried for selling liquor without license and found guilty. Jtl'.IVilltING TIIK S11ANTIKS. Tlio liiil < liii < ; Inspector Will , try to Prolilhlt. Superintendent Whitlock , the building inspector specter , proposes to go after all parties who insist upon repairing buildings without first obtaining permits so to do. Ho cares noth ing about the fees that follow the compliance with the provisions ot 'the ordinance. What ho wanU Is that the parties shall take outtho permits , so that his inspectors may look after the interests of the city. A peed deal of work In the way of making trivial repairs on old buildings has been tolerated erated , but will not be longer , as the privi lege has boon abused. A warrant was Issued by ( Judge Helbloy yesterday for Jacob Stnckler for violating the huildlngordinanco. Air. Stricklor is charged with doing $ . > 0 worth of repairing on a jtf.UO shant.on . Howard street. DoWitt's Little Early Hiscrs ; best little pills for dyspepsia , sour .stomach , bad breath to St. I.ouis. via the Wiibash. The Gorman Rillo nssoointion will lo vvo Oiniihu , Sunday , Juno 7 , at1 n. in. via the Wnbash for their bi-annual mooting. All Iricndd are earnestly invited - vitod to join excursion as it is to have the uoxt ineotiiif , ' in Omaha. A rate of ono' and ono-thlrd faro for tlio round trip has boon soou-cd. For tickets , sleopinfr-car accommodation and full in formation call at AY abash ollk-o loOU Farnain btroot. New Iiine to Den Moliion. Commencing Sunday , May HI , the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. 1'a'ul railway will establish a through line of sleeping cars botwcou Sioux Uity and Dos Monies via Madrid. Passengers from Omaha and the west can leave Omalm at 0:120 : p. in. , secure sleeping car accommodations nnd tirrlvo In Don Molnes at 0 n. m. Ho- turning , leave Los ) MolnesIO ! ) : p. in. , tirrlvo Omaha U : l.i a. m. Dining cars on both trains. Ticket olllco , 1501 Furnuin street. F. A. NASH , Gen Agt. J. E. PKUSTON , City Puss. Agt. Decision in Kuvor of the Chicago . Milwaukee .t St. Paul Hy. The now Pnlnco slcoping cars * of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. , with electric lights in ovorv horth , will continuo to leave the Union depot , Omaha , at 0:20 : p. m. , daily. Pnssongors Inking this train avoid transfer ut Coun cil Bluffs , and arrive lu Chicago at 0:30 : n. in. , in ample time to mnko all eastern connections. Ticket ollico , loOl Farnain troot. P. A. NAPH , J. 1C. PHESTON , General Agent. Citv Passenger Agent J > K < 17'M.S. Nnttcrtiif flee liiiwor Usi HIIIT Iliinlietil , ccntu ; tttch < l Ktfoiml line ( en rnttt. IIATDDKI' HiMiry , ax * " ) 41' ' .vnartt and U months. I unuml service will no held I'tl- diiy ul thu faintly rL'sUIuncu. ( KIT N "Utli n\u- iiuu at''u , m. Intcrmt'iit at Forest l < awn. Krlenilt , lnlied. . A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Hpmes 40 Years the Standard , Delicious CaVe and Pastry , Light Flaky Uuciut , Uriddle Cakes , Palatable and Wholesome. | _ Uo other biking powder doc * luchrotL v/ir.v. Tclcui-njili CoiiRlriiotloti Itc- nc well 1)1 vlHlon CIiutiKOH. The work of constructing n now telegraph line uctwcen Loramlo and Ogdcn on the Un ion Pacific has boon ordeied resumed. Thin work. was commenced about a year ago , the object being to string n now nnd hotter wlro from Hod Dutto to Echo , to place all the wires on higher poles and on the same sldo of tno track , The work had proceeded as far as Uawltns when the Adams management or dered it stopped. Superintendent Korty showed President Dillon and party the ne cessity lor the Improvement nnd ho was di rected to go ahead with the worlt. This \s ill give employment ton large number of men all summer. A copper wire will bostruuRlbc- twcon the points named and may bo used for the introduction of the duplex system on that portion of thu system. The Cheyenne it Northern branch of the Union Paclllc has been transferrol from the Nebraska to the Wyoming division , nud trains will bo controlled by the dispatcher at Choyenne. Thu road In question extends from Choy- cnno to Orln Junction , a distance of 15i. : ( . ) miles , and from that point trains run into Douglas over the Fremont , Klkhorn & MU- sourl Valley track. Some Idea of the Im portance of the trafllc carried over this road nmv ho gathered from the fact that of the Im mense cattle shipments from Texas to the northern ranges there are still 2 , M ( ) cars of cattle to bo handled , which are billed through to Urennan , S. U. , from which point they will be driven to the range in Montana. The wires along the Choyunno & Northern are handled through repealers In the Cheyenne olllco and by a much more convenient nnd satisfactory arrangement than was formerly had with North Platto. DoWitt's Little Early Hlsors : only pill to cure sick hoaJajho ana rjsuhitotho bowoh They Talkeil Wont her. The regular meeting of the real estate ex change that should have been held today went by default. As usual the secretary , Frank Wilson , was sick. Piesldcnt Hart- matt was out of Die city. Half a do/en mem bers gathered arouna the locked door dis cussed the weather and then went away. IN KKCUNll PIiAGIS. Councilman Comvay Siirrnnilers n Coin lit it tee Olmli'iiiaiiNlilp. The chairman of the council committee on grades and grading is now Peter Klsassor , who was formerly the second member of the oinmlUco. The change took place yesterday when Tim Conwny , the ox-chairman turned over all of the papers to Uls successor. Koine of the members : of the council looked for a light when ( Jonvvay was relegated to second place on the committee , but the light did not come Conway was glad onoueh to pot out of the chairmanship and turned over all papurs with as much satisfaction as though ho was canceling a claim of long standing. Klsasser received some twenty reports many of whlcli'Miavo boon tied up for from one to throe months. " 1 don't want to have any trouble with the council. " said Mr , Conwny. "but I'll make It warm for some of the oftlcious gentlemen be fore I quit. 1 am glad enough though to got rid of the chairmanship of the grades and grading committee. It was too much work for an inexperienced man. It U a piece of spite work on Tom Lowry's part , but I'll get oven with htm if I huve to form a deadlock in the council. " _ Small in lzo. croat in results ! DoWltt Little Karly Risers. Host pill for Constlpa tlon , best for Sick Headache , best for Sour Stomach , _ a icon or niiin. l.aat evening Hugh Murphy and Charles Fanning found n gentleman's wallet lying on the sldowalK at the corner of Fourteenth and Farnain streets. The pocketbook contained a larto roll of money and a chock , also a number of papers. Sergeant Mike Wholon happened along Just ns the tinders uore counting the contents of the wallet. They turned the llnd over to Whulon. Tuo wallet U now In possession of Chief Souvey await ing luentlilcatlou , Falling of the hair U the result of Inaction of the glands or roots of the hair , or a morbid uato of th scalp , which may bo cured by Hull's Hair Houcwer. "THE CONTINENTAL. " 5OOO STRAW HATS. We have straw hats for every man and boy in Omaha , they must be sold in the next ten days. "You-can buy a single hat for less than dealers pay for them by the case , Men's Fines Mackinaw Braid , in all shapes , at 2Sc , 35c and 50c. Don't be afraid of the quality on account 01 the low prices. Hat dealers get double these prices , The finest braids manufactured \v\Ffr \ be found in our stock , prices $1 , $1.25 and $1.50. Don't pay a fancy price for an article no better.- Young men's flat brims , the latest shapes , in black and colors , $1.25 and $1.50. THIN UNDERWEAR. We have all sizes in the balbriggan underwear advertised last week at 75c per suit , and about two cases each of the brown balbriggan shirts at I5c and 25c , MEN'S FINE BUSINESS SUITS. Good clothing is always the cheapest. Don't buy until you have seen our popular styles , at $12 , $15 and $18 , for hot weather. Don't fail to see our skeleton serge coats and vests * CORNER DOUGLAS AND 15TH STREETS , The Qlotliingj Hotiso West of trie Mississippi- THIN COATS THIN COATS AND VESTS. AND VESTS The thin co'ats and vests which we are selling for the exceptionally low price of seventy-five cents , are making the heat more tolerable for dozens ofmen who have bought them in the past few days , and will cool off dozens more wheii their splendid value becomes better known. These garments are made of genuine French Nankin. They are cut in good style. They are made in g.ood shape. The colors and patterns are in good taste. They are made with patch > pockets , have pearl buttons , the button-holes are made -with silk , and the backs of the vests are made of the same material as the vests themselveg. They are just as good coats and vests as you can buy in any other house , in Omah for double the money , but to make it more comfortable for you , and not make your pocketbook sweat , we are selling' ' them "while they last for seventy-five cents. & & & MtOf'j We give you your choice of about two hundred Black Alpaca Coats , in sizes from thirty-four to 75cts forty , -worth a dollar and fifty cents , at seventy-five cents each. They are a suitable coat for office , street , or store wear , and also can be used as waiter's jackets and barber's coats. / J i/ * At t/histp'riceiw.p.-give / you..a grand assortment of handsome plain Brilliantine Coats' and Vesta. They a-re in"an assortment of popular.shades and colors , and are made with every attention thai can be paid to making. They come in all sizes , and are -worth , anywhere you look , three dollars and a quarter. . ' " " The Coats and Vests which we are selling at this popular price are bound to be rapid sellers. They are made of corded mohair , which you know all about. They come in a large assortment of shades and colors , and are in a number of styles of cords. Four dollars invested in a coat and vest outside of our store won't better the quality a single bit. If you're a man like a good many others , who think there's nothing like a "skeleton" made out of flannel , -we've got just the thing to suit you. They're in all wool goods , in plain and neat mix 1 tures in the good old grays and tans , and the newer and nobbier shades besides. These g rf- ments are positively worth four seventy-five , but we've found a way to sell them for less , so we've made the price two ninety. You want something still better ? We've got lots of very fine goods at three dollars and twenty- DO five cents , three dollars and fifty cents arid even four dollars and fifty cents. At these prices we will guarantee you a positive saving of from one dollar and seventy-five cents way up to three dollars. These statements unlike the celebrated "air ship" that nobody went to see ( ? ) are not backed up by WIND , but are based upon SOLJD nrv Corner Douglas and Fourteenth. Streets. N VTIOXAJj HCHU12TXKNVI2KI3IN. An 1011'ort to St'iMiro t'io Next Conven tion Tor Omiilm. An effort will bo mndo to secure for Oinulia ttio next biennial convention ami tournament of the NiitlonalScUucUcnvcrcin , which will bo hole ! In Juno , 1H1U. The national meeting anil shooting tourna ment of tlio ordar will bo hola in St. Louis this year nnd Omaha will send delegates to both. Captain Fred Fuller will have nharga of a team of six and two alter nates that vrill KO to tuko part in the shoaling tournament and W. P. Stoocicor , Fred Fuller nnd Huns Peterson will represent the Onmhn brunch in the convention tif tlio National HclnieUoii- voroln. The conv lUon anil tournament will last from Juno 0 to < lf > , nnd will bo attended by fully 1,000 members of tlio order with tholr friends , The Omaha delegates will RO prepared to offer u Kuaranttudfif."i,0i)0 ! ) for the entortnln- mont of ttio dcleKUto-i to the next convention In cuso it uhnll IxiJluld In Omaha. The next nicotine will bo held durlnir the progress of the world's fulr In IStU , and wiU probably bo the largest over hold by the order , as members of the orpunl/allon In Her- iniiiiv and nil part.s of ttio old country who will bo visiting Chicago nnd the fair will visit the convention and tournament in lur o numbers. It would ho a bier card for Omalm. nnd the local delegation will use ovury effort to secure It. cure _ _ Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing fayrup reduces iitlninmailon ) while children are teething - . " > cents a bottle. * n 'I llltnppcr. An old , half-demon ted man nitmcd Gotscl * man was arrested this morning on a charge of burglary. Ho was caucht tapping a till at the Kaglo house bur room , to uhlch ho hud u key. _ _ Constipation polions ttio blooa ; Do Witt's LIUlo Karly Hlsors euro Constipation. The cause rcrnov ed the disease U Rone. NEBRASKA. National Bank U.S. DEPOSITORS OMAHA. Nil Capital , - - - - SAOO.OOO Surplus Jnn. 1st. 180O , - O'-J.OOO W Valni , I'roiMont Otllcors nd Dlroctorv-Honrr : l-tiwln H. Uuoit , Vlcu-1'rixiiluiit , Jninot W .Snro. . NV V.Mureo. John B L'otltiii , ItU Cuililtig , J , .N U I'ulilck W 11 S. HutiliuJ , cnilllor TI-J.Iil IRON BA.NK. Corner I''tU nud A General Hun kin , : DTHCJ CHILD LESSENS PAIN- " "AFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA w > - - - - " it aeucffsrs.w Rub sprained limbs with Pond's Extract ir Ci > B B CCS ( NTHCWORtOWIlL I FC J OCf RETAIN A RUPTURE or uUo relief like" Jir. I'lerc1 * iUgn tlo KU tlo Truia. ' Itliairurrdtliouiandai Ifyou want the llltKT.aend lo In ( tain ! > for frs lUmiihltl ! . I. fi.jn.iin UlMilo Vriui Ca.i k > au VrtaiUco , Lu MANHOOD RESTORED. "SAN ATI VO , " thf Henidly , In nold with a M'ritti'iuiuuriinti o toiurcall N'trtouH Din euecB , BUdi an Weak Mi'inor ) . iAJca of Ilrul'i 1'owrr , headache , \Vaki fulni.i. Loit Mur bood , KVrxousncRi , Ms Uluili' all Ornlr.s nnd Before A After Use. lum of pu iT of tlio riioti ) raptiil from Me ( lincntho OrKani. lu titter e , rnmtd by ry In the vent iwckrt. HapackPS < ; , or for 3. With evt-ry fSonlrr r a rtttcn Kuuranh-n In curii or rrfund llio inoiiii } . bmt by mall lo any addrcw. LlrcuUr f rtc. Mention thlr paper. AddrcM , MADRID CHEMICAl CO. " " ? < r u < 8 > A < , , ; , , , , , . inliMriHirn fitre/e. r IK uiii II.U rOKSAI.i : IN OMAHA. Nl.II , Ulf Kiihn & ( u , Cor , IMh & DoiiBlin 8U J A > nllrr&'n.l r Mill A liijiwlmo A 1) 1 inter A I " I mini ll Ilium" " I * HOTEL. r/ir .wiirrnu. < I- ' " * " ' ' ' ironifi , iitlntmiMt HiiliHfiintliillil caiiHtnii'tril Jlotrl nnlliUnii In < > > ii < ili < i. Ni-i-i-i-nl lifiirn firlrli / ' < ' t illn riinnliiit from lniHfini'iit lu / . All ' / fi-lllntiH unit flUIII'H HlK'lt ll'lllt . .tHlll'HtOMIt'll IH'OUf nilnii , tiitililiiv It tiintuHitlMK in hunt tlifuiiiiliiint tlxliiillillHH. . totenm lii-nt , lint unit colil ii'iiti-r mill HIIIHI' ficflii't'uin. 'lultlu tiiimiriKiH.ti-tt UHVI'li , _ B. SILLOWAY. Prop. _ _ DR , BAILEY , Graduate Dentist. A mil Bet or 'ivth on lluliber. ( lir HVi : IMI.I.AIM. A plTfcMt , i fltvuarnnlei'd. Tt'ulli nulraitul l \ withuul liitlri or anl ' nj Li illTur IIIIHiKt nt l < > ii < t riiut < Hrldiie ami I'ruwii Murk 'Iwulli . . _ without pl u > All wor * wnr OFFICE , PAXTON BLOCK. 16TH AND FARNAM KDlrance. ItiU iU el lof Wr Oyoa OToalagi ' MOORE'S TREE OF LI IT WOUKKD WONOKKS. Tlio following IsnnoMruot from u letter - tor of Uov J. W. ( 'urtor to Hov. .1. T. Mumforil : - "It Ini9 bonollttod by wifu to much I want iiur to continue the uuo of thumuiN Icino. Taking Into coiiBlcloratlon lie * iifjo Hi ! ) yours ) nnd the lonj , ' Btaiidint' o ( her liver anil Ulilnoy troiibloa too Troa of Ijifu tins Horkod wuniloru in hop O.IBO. " Mooro'i Tree of llf ? iimltus cure far Kldner nan l.lvcr Cumiil tint nnd nil Ulnuilll i < tii ) Uoal II X lo tartar vtiuu ruu onn hg cured Ur ustnMixjro 'Ircoof l.iru. UioUruat Mfu llDiuslrl V , nnollTl HAMIAIAVOOO cAi'8UMC3 r * tbo Illlllll I A and onlr c pml pi icrlljel UT * uuuvr i n r plijilcUui lor U tur ot Oonortiw * anil dUoliMZot from Iht urUirr vriiunt uutriu Uor fco'iulrta. ll.Miitr box. All Oruggbti *