Newspaper Page Text
THE OMAHA DAILT BEE , BATfVKDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , 1891.
DAS LOTS OF GOOD REASONS. fifth Ward Kickers' Olub linds Plenty to Qrnmblo About , COUNCIL INVESTIGATIONS DISCUSSED , JS'ot BntlMlod with the Ijfsl of Heels- tram Appointed Firth \Vnril He- niul Highlit Ward Dcmocrnts Meet. * The members of the Fifth Ward Kickers' duo wcru In their elements last night and found numerous reasons for exorcising their kicking propensities. The attendance was tanusuully largo and the tlmo was divided with the members of the Filth Ward Kopub- Jican club. Fred Schnacko spoke upon the subject of tbo alluirrd council boodliup. Ho stated that Jt pained him to think that such serious Charges had been prctcrrcd against Mr. ConWay - Way , the councilman from the Fifth ward. \Vhlio It might not bo true that he was ftuilty , Mr. Conway was in a position wharo tie should bo subjected to a most thoroucta and searching investigation. K. C. Krlllnt ; thought that the club should postpone action until the council had passed judgment. Mr. Schnacko thought a jwstponcraent Would bo wrong. Tbo investigation upon the part of the council was simply for effect and outward show Mr. Conway should appear before , tbo voters and taxpayers of the Fifth ward ami declare his gatlt or innocence. If lie was Innocent his honor should bo restored by his constituents , but If ho was cuilty tin should suffer tbo conscqccnccs. Will Give ttic Council n Chance. Jncou Counsman said the council bad called a meeting to whitewash the whole fur- nlturo 'leal. Tbo proposed comtnttico of the whole investigation would simply prove n farce. It would bo ridiculous to think of a guilty man sitting as a court to pass upon criuiod that ho had committed. The proper course uould bo to call a rfrand Jury and get fit the bottmn facts. No matter whoso votes fcleotod the men , they were responsible to the taxpayers of the whole city. Conway Miould not bo picked out simply because ho was n Fifth ward man. The mutter should go far cnougti to reach all of the accused councilmon. Mr Schnacko could not expect anything from the council investigation , as it would be simply an elegant job of exocrt white washing Tim people of the Fifth ward had claims on Mr. Conway , and ho should ox- plain. Joseph Red roan insisted that the club ihoulJ uo nothing until tbo council had taken action in tbo premises. Let the coun cil show Itn hand , and it the whitewash act was carried out , then the club should take bo'd ' of the matter. Upon motion of Mr. Kcdman club action Was dofcrrud until next Friday night. Mr. Krllum spoke enthusiastically of the Work of the Heal Estate Owners' association ) n dealing with the South Thirteenth atroct grade matter. Mr Kcdimuj thought the association had tiorformed its duty and suggested that tbo c'ub drop that , feature. The members of the Club agreed with Mr. Kedman. Ki'-kcd on the Ilejistrnrs. Just after Mr. Redman concluded his tamarus Mr. Schnacko resi'tered another Kick. He said that the mayor and council bad named the registrars and not an inde pendent's name appeared upon the list. The Dickers had broad viowH and should not ptoop tosuch partisan ideas. The Independent ti party was a party and should bo entitled to representation. Mr Hcdman declared that ho was not an independent , but stood upon tbo broad plat form of tno kickers , and wanted to sco equal rights extended to everv man or party. Mr. Couusman offered n resolution asking the council to reconsider in action and give Iho independents some representation. 4 W. A blunders opposed tbo resolution. If " the mayor and council saw lit to make any "change , only republicans would bo taken from the lists of the registrars. i Mr. Counsmon replied that It was a part of the plan of Iho mayor and council to cboKu put the Independents. Mr. Saunders offered an amendment that the mayor and council bo compelled to ap point one republican , one democrat and ouo Independent upon each Board of Ucjjistratiou In each precinct As amended the resolution was adopted. , Fifth Wnnl Kepublleaiin. C. M. B.tchuian moved that the Klkors' club adjoum. The motion prevailed , and tbo fifth Ward Republican club toott hold of business. v.Ith Preaidont Bolln in the chair. The committee to look up and secure club nunrtcrs was given additional tlmo in which Vo report ( Upon motion of M. A. Currier , the presi dent appointed M. A. Currier , < } . W. Hoi- brook , Dennis Lane , Louis Lazarus , Joseph Redman nnd W. Butler a committee to so licit membership. ' Tbo proposition to elect the delegates to the county convention alternates to the city convention and the delegates to the city con vention nltiirates to the county convention , jvas defeated by a largo majority. It was , however , decided to hold both primaries on tbo same day , but to elect separate sou. of delegates. Kl.'lilh AVniM Democrats. The Klghth Wurif Democratic club held a Short but lively business meeting last night In Shrpodrr's hall at Twenty-fourth nnd Cumlng streets. 1 The annual election of ouiccrs was the first thing In order and resulted as follows : George J. Sternsdorff , president ; William JlUL-hes , vice president ; James P. Connollv , kerretnry , .1. II. Schmidt , treasursr , C. F. Williams , A. Housor , Goorco Sioh , W. L. * Vrigbt and Fred Woymullor , executive ommltteu. A. U , Green expounded the true Inward- Boss of the Australian ballot ln\v and also finnounco-1 himself as n candidate for the pfllco of justice of the peace. Delecntpi to the Judicial convention were then named as follows : F. C. Hiobo , Michael JJutler , F. C. Williams , Jaraw P. Connolly , J. C. Gullfoil , F. C. Weymuller , George Sloh. The delegates were instructed to appoint al ternator In case they could not attend thorn- A commlttoo was then appointed , consistIng - Ing of. I. C. Gullfoil , F. C. Hiebe and J. H. Schmidt , for the purpose of Instructing the club upon the practical workings of the Aus tralian law. It was decided to hold the regular weekly tneotings of the club on Saturday nights at Schroder's hall , Twenty-fourth and Cumlng ftrccu. Tlioso who desired to enroll themselves us tnombcrs of the club were given uu oppor tunity to do so , after which several of those present made spread eagle remarks prophesy r ing democratic victory on all sides , and then the members sought their homes. M Sixth Ward ItopubllonnH. At n meeting of the Sixth Word Repub lican club held lost night tbo lario.U audi ence of the ! u > aon was present. The com- mlltco on Jcbllco mooting reported much 0uccoss in dispoiinc of tickets , procuring ppoakors , etc. Nearly all the state oulcors rmd a largo dologatiou trout Lancaster county will bo present. r PorniNslon was granted Mr. Specht to use the cluu's historic caglo ou "Gorman day. " ' A gloi ) club will bo present at future meot- Jngn of the club , ready for business. i G. W. Ambrose will domtto a sufUcIont fluautity of pocket folders with a synopsis of the Australian ballot law for the USD of the juombcri uf the dub. C. Stx'cht will construct voting booths for the club , mid a school of Instruction lu the Auitrullttii system will bo commenced. v A caucus of the republican * of tno waril Trill bo held at the club room on next Friday night to icluct delegate * to tbo district Ju dicial convention , The following roiolutlons , offered by M. D. Jlouck , wuro unanimously adopted. u > rupuDllcuiiD hitru nuiembled , and uscltuun uf the Mxth wnrtl , do h roby onilor o thu m'llonsof ourouiincilmun , Cbrli- tUn Siicrht , In expoilng thevurrupt methudi la which rrrt.tlu iu < uuberof the city council \oboi'ii aroujoil of rooelTlng brltK > s from ilviw of the KotcUam Kurntturo mill , lU'lIiivlne th t a man U not cuilty until im vcn to bo yet we hare me utmost conB dfuculD our wunl ropresontatlvo , And t ioii of thlt ward and of th city ol Puiaha , Irreipoctive uf partlei , wo plmlse hlui our hearty support In exposing tfooio who hnyo been ( ftillty of the clinr/e. ind HesolveJ , That WB condemn the action taken by a majority of the city council. In accepting the bid nf an eastern manufacturer at a nmcn higher OK tire , thereby UnorlnR home Indiu- trie * , by virtually refining to allovr them tint DrlvllG es granted furclKn bidders ! and be It further . , Ito olTcd. Thnt as meniben of thlt ciub. and to every oritanl/eil union In the city and county , wo itppvnl to you that If thU < * ontrnct Is not ri-oontldori'd by the a-ild council tlmt yon and wo u o all Imnonibln men to retlro lhc > o mombero to prlvato life , nnd sl'o to de feat the bonds Mxdfieii for the purpose of purchasing furniture for the new city hall nt the coming election. Speeches were made bv G. W. Ambrose , J. S. Miller , Councilman Snccht , J. C. Wharton - ton and others , all heartily endorsing" the nomination of Judge Post and predicting a victory la November. norm U.IMI/.I. Hoard of TrAde Meeting. The Board of Trade met Thursday evening In Its office on N street , John Doc presid ing. About fifteen of the members were present , nnd a great deal of enthusiasm was manifested. After a great deal of promis cuous discussion it was decided to continue the organization and officers as heretofore , until such time as tbo board got upon a stronger and moro substantial footing. The committee Instructed at tno last meeting to Investigate tbo pavement being laid along Twenty-fourth street by the Stradamant company reported that It was received courteously by the officials of the company and afforded every opportunity for a thorough examination of 1U plant nnd materials used. In the opinion of Iho committee the work now being done bi lbo company would give entire satisfaction. The committee IOOK occasion to brand as a falsehood tbo report that the asphalt com- panv was employing outside help whilst nnciccting the laboring men of the Magic City. A committee was appointed to Join hands with the Koal Estate Owners' association of Omaha and assist it to secure the republican convention for I'-trJ. Mayor Sloane , Messrs. Anderson , Smith. Leo and Howland were named by President Dee to servo on sucb committee. Another committee , Messrs. Cockrell , Car roll and Smith , was appointed to secure the location of some large factories or smelters in the city , to make arrangements whereby the citizens of South Omana could become affiliated with the Heal Estate Owners' asso ciation In Omaha , and thus united work for the advancement of the Gate City and Its industries. Cattle Tills Way. Tbo fact that tbo local market Is ranging from 10 to 15 cents higher than that of Kan sas City is diverting a great many cattle dealers hither. During the past week many of the heaviest shipments have been from the southwestern and western portions of the country which were formerly ronsldered naturally tributary to our rival nt the mouth of the Kaw. Now It is an every day occurrence to see trains of eighteen to twenty cars from southern Colorado , Utah and oven as far south as New Mexico. The local men feel jubilant over this state of things , nnd hope with a little liberality on the part of the railroads to leave Kansas City in the shade within a few moons. During the past month the stockmen here have suc ceeded In capturing ten heavy consignments usually marketed at Kansas City. A move ment Is being agitated to invite the catllo kings of the great southwest to visit and see for themselves the advantages that would accrue to them from patronizing this market. Martin la M William Martin , whoso homo Is at the Junction of the B. & M. tracks near Q street , has boon missing for several days , and his fnends are fearlul that ho has committed suicide , ns ho was in very dejected spirits when last seen , nnd stated to D. F. Bayliss that ho intended to blow out his brains. A search Is now being made for the missing man. _ Notes About the City. Mrs. Owens is spending a few days at Ewing. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cook hare run down to Liuroln for a ten days stay. Judge King addressed a meeting of the Second ward democrats last evening. Cashier John S. Sanrs of Swift's has re turned from a week's visit to Chicago. Heal estate transfers to tha asaunt of Jlti.OOO were filed for record yesterday. Editor Kich of the Stockman went to Nor folk yesterday to see the Beet Sugar palace. Mrs. J. F. Cornish and her sister , Airs. F. A. Dirling , of Lyons left last night for a visit with friends in Osltaloosa , la. Contractor Hugh Murphy has begun curbIng - Ing on the Q street viaduct , and will begin laying the pavement in a few days. J. K. OWCDJ , the popular and conial prl- vaU ) secretary of the Union Stock yards company , has returned from Stnnton. T. E. Aultman and wife of Sioux City , who were the guests of H. H. Aultman of the Stockman , returned homo last evening. C. L. Uoiser , who has boon running a roi- taurant on Twenty-sixth and N streets , has skipped , leaving numerous anxious creditors. Miss Minnie Eden , who has been stopping with John Flynn and family for the past few weeks , has returned to her home in Petersburg. Tnomos O'Grady returned from Chicago last evening , whither he wont to attend the meeting of the Receptacle Storage company , of which ho is secretary. The Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church gave a very onloyablo and well at tended social nt the residence of Rev. Robert Wheeler last evening. Quite a sum was realized. Judge King had a very slim docket yester day. John Brown. John Fogarty , Charles Overock ana Joe McCaffer" , a quartette of veteran drunks , were given Hvo days to let the whiskey evaporate. A meeting was held last evening In A. L. Button's office , Mies' block , Twenty-fourth street , last evening , and a Young Men's Re publican club organUed. Mooting * will DO held weekly duriucrthocampaigri. Tomorrow afternoon the Magic Citj' Gun club will go to Paplllion to shoot for beani- ful medals given by local admirers , Five hundred birds will Do used in the sport , be sides an unlimited number of blue rocks. The Bohemian Sinclnc sociotv will give a social and dance tonight at National ball , Twenty-fourth nnd L , streets. A splendid programme has been arranged and a larco delegation of their countrymen from Omaha will come down to participate In tbo festivi ties. Barney Kllgallon , the western handball champion , is to meet James Bvrno , the St. Louis champion , in a game at Burko's court Thlrtv-sccond and Q streets Sunday after noon for a largo purse nnd the championship cup. A crack team from Omnha will also toss the ball with ouo from "Future Great. " No gripping , no nausea , no pun when DoWitt's Little E.trly Risers aw taken Small pllL Safe pill. Best pill. Tate Still In .lull. Paul B. Tale was arragncd in pollco court about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon on the charge of stealing tf.OOO from the Merchant's National Dank. The bank was represented by its attorneys. Pritchard and Crowell. Tote waived a preliminary examination and was bold to the district court in $ 1,000 bonds. A ball wa not furnished the prisoner was taken back to the countv Jnll. DoWUt's Little Eany Risers. Bostllttle pill over made. Cure constipation every time. None equal. Use them now. A Ijll'o Trnjjedy. TnitSfMur BEB will contain the tragic story of old Tom Keeler's death , as related b one familiar with the stirring days of twenty years ugo. Old Tom Keeler was a notorious character In his time ranchman , hunter , scout , cowboy , gambler and des perado. Ho often predicted that ho would die with hU boots on , and dlu with them on be did. Constipation poisons the blood ; Do Witt's Little Early Risen euro constipation. Tha causa removed , the dlseisa Is gono. Cnptuln Simpson's Captain Charles Bird anil family arrived In the city yesterday and are stopping at the Pax ton. Captain llird U Just from Old Point Comfort , Va. , where he was depot quarter- matter , and will assume charge of the sarco office hero at tbo government corral , succeed. Ing Captain John Simpson. Call graph writing roachlno Ii the best for telegraph purpose * , Never out of order. OUND THE ABDUCTED GIRLS Two Missing Misses from Omaha Located by the Chicago Police. ARREST OF THE MAN IN THE CASE , Julln tjaRomnrclno In hove with the IJnrlicr nnd Wants to Murry Hint Gossip of the Gar den City. CUICAOO BcRp.ir or Tnr BEB , I Cincioo , III. , Sept. 25. f Samuel Menaces , a Spaniard , 27 years old , Is locked up at the Harrison street station , charged with the abduction of . 'ulla Lago- marclno and Ellen May Miller , two 10-year- old elrls from Omaha , two weeks ago. Lieutenant Ritchie- has oeeu at work on the thu case , and located Menaces at work In a barber shop In Wells street , near Goethe. The Lagomarclno girl was living In rooms over the shop with him. Both wore taken to the station. The Miller girl was found room ing with MM. Arndt , InVabosh avenue near Eighteenth street. Julia Lagomarclno says she Is In love with the man and wants to marry htm. crci.tsr's IMIEXOMBKAI. Miss Alice Waugh , n teacher In the Cen tral Park school , has the honor of helng the tirst Chicago lady cyclist to complete a run under the new rules of the Chicago Century club , she having ridden over the Elgin and Aurora course , a dlstancn of 103 miles , In ttf- teen hours nnd forty-fivo minutes. She ex pects to accompany tno Century club on a run Sunday , and will endeavor to lower her record. Miss Waugh Is 21 years of age , an attractive olondc , tall and slender , nnd a pleasant conversationalist. She is not at present a member of anr cycling club , and has only been nditiR since May. In view of this fact her record is httlo short of phenom enal. TWINS UNITED IV HEATH. A remarkable coincidence Is developed in the deaths Sunday nftcrnooa of Martin Ren- dleman of Kaolin. Union county , this state , and Samuel Rondleman of Crowloy's HIdgo , Ark. They were twin brothers , being born February , 1S21. For years they bavo lived in different states , and neither knew of the illness of the other. Both were stricken with paralysis , and it was learned today that both died at about the same hour. TKOUIILB roil WO.MKX VOTEKS. There promises to bo a lively controversy when the Loyal Leacue of American Women attempts to vote for superintendent of the Cook county schools this fall. Tha Judges and clerks will be informed that tbo qualifications of a legal voter tin the state comes under one of these heads : 1 Was the person desiring to vote a regu lar elector previous to the year 1SS3 ! J. Was the person a naturalized citizen previous to ISTOi ; t. Is the person a male citizen over 21 years old ! The third head is distinctly for the male sex. In fact , the election commissioners pro pose to lot the law take its course , and if tbo women want to vote let them get out a man damus against the Judges and clerks of elec tion. This will bring the question Doforo the supreme court and the law can bo tested. noXAXZi rou IMI-OHTEIIS. Percy L. Shuman , one of the attorneys in the Importers' league that fought the trim mings case to a successful Issue , called at the custom house yesterday to arrange some matters connected with the same affair. Mr. Shuman said that Instead of the Treasury department having to pay back $3,000,000 to the hat importers on account of the excessive duties , the amount in bis judgment would bo nearer $20,000,000. "Secretary Foster was offered a Comoro- raise by the importers for fj.OOO , " said Mr. Shuraan'but he declined to give us any thing. Wo were beaten in the superior court , but when tbo supreme court went against him ho bad to give up. I believe the importers will got back about $20,000,000. U may bo luuio < > : less , but that is toy best judgment regarjing the matter. Tbo bat trimmings imported were assessed nt from 30 to CO p jr cent. There are 1,500 cases in New York that will have to bo settled on this basis , nut there are no importers hero that will get any of the drawback. " AXOTHEIl HUMAXU OX UOWEI.L. The Grundy County National bank , hold ing u claim for f ll,5t.V5 ( ) amiust Spooner R. H Dwell , bas 11 lea a creditors' bill In the superior court in which a demand is made for a tborougb investigation of the lumberman's dealings with the First National bank of Chicago. The bill shows that the Grundy County National bank obtained Judgment agains't Howell for the amount of Its claim , but that the sheriff has been unable to Ilnd property on which to levy. The credi tors then state their belief that a largo amount of real estate , mono } ' mortgages , diamonds , silverware ] and home- hold furniture , is somewhere being held in trust for the debtor. Slnco March 20 it is claimed that Howell bos , by assignment or secret and cuuninc device , transferred his property , so that while creditors are de ceived and hindered tie shall yet retain an interest. The complainant oelleves that Henrietta R. Howell , hU wife , and the First National bank of Chicago are .tho trustees selected by tbo insolvent Of the f lr > 00.000 worth of property trans ferred to the First National it Is claimed that Howell retains a valuable equitaole interest. The bank is said to have represented tnat Howell owed It $ (02t4T ( ; V > absolute indebted ness and $ . ! 01,22.t7 : ) ! contingent. The Dill represents that these figures , are too high and slates the most of the contingent Indebted- MINCE THE and only fomplrtn and Hatlnlottory Cundenied Mlneo Alent In the Morlrct. Cbrui > Nnbtlltutca and Crude Imltntlono are cneroct with the aim to pro&t br too populor- Ur Of thaJVcw tD ionrt. I > nol bo deceived batolir > ys Inilsl on U.1 Biow JLoclanil Ilrand. TboUeutroajo. KULU ItY AI.I. OllOCIUiS. From the "Pacific Journal. " "A grrut Invention 1it Ix-rii iuul l > y Dr. Tntt of w York. Hu ha * pruilnrecl Tutt's ' Hair Dye which Imitates nature to pcrfrctlon ; It net ln taiit iii-i > u inll rfcctlylmriiil > . ' I'rlcc , l. OIlH-e , 3011 1'nrk 1'liwe , N. V * lrr' mxmaad fffaltk _ PILLS UNION DEPOT HOTEL. Corner 10th and llaaon Slrvet * . New bullilliK. new furnllurr. erury thlni flrit clan. Unmt Ux-atlon la tlierlljr. " wudura Im- ( iroTpiuunK , Meam llcut Ua > , Call Belli : Ilith anil Harbor Shop In connwlloni Klvctrlc ami Catjl * I'jiniuuiiT lutrt uf Hie cltr Try u juhl be con- TlnceJ that " hove lha lxtt lionie fnr the manvr wcitot ChlcicalUtot froaitl 00 to ll.Uper .lir PISO'S CURE FOR , CURES WHIRE All USE IAJIS. BectOuuttbbjrup. Taate * Uoul. L'wj GON SUMPTION ' nets was In the form of endorsements on paper made by solvent Urnn and slnco paid. A transfer ta the bank q- $ tiO,000 worth of real cstato In Omaha , claimed to have occn raado in payment of InhebtednMs , f now charged to have boon' rtiivio to keep oil creditors. The till clotfs-With B prayer for for a receiver for HoweU's-ivMoU and a Ue- ruand that the bunk * uow wbai Howell owed It April 110 when the securities word plren and on July 11 when' tuoy xvero fore closed. A thorough Investigation of the on- tlru arrAngomcnl Is askeo wimrKX pEOPtRtf rmnao. The following western 'people ' are In the city.At At the Grand PaclicH. ) . J. Cosgrovc , Lin coln ; A. P. Drake , Hon. J. A. Mctib.ino , Omaha ; S. K. Blair. Fort-Wayne , Ind. ; Miss lloyt , DCS Molncs , la. At the Auditorium Sidney Smith , Sioux City , la. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. P. IJalch , Lyons , la. ; Mrs. L. M. Hutttor. Miss Hunlur , DCS Molncs , la. ; H. D. Watson , Kearney , Neb. Neb.At the Lcland--A. J. Thorp , Sioux City , la. la.At the Palmer Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rog ers , Mr. ana Mrs. M. H. Howltt , Ited Oak , la. ; Mr and Mrs. OY Greeley. Nashua , la. , Mr. and MM. B. E. Mandevlllo. Miss Maude Moore , Kearney , Nob. , Mr. and MTJ. Samuel J Howclls , Omaha. F A ' I'oaitlvclr cared by these Little Pills. CARTER'S Ther also relieve Dls-l tress from Dyspepsia , Indigestion - ! ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty J 9VER Eating. A perfect remedy - edy for Dizziness , Nausea , ! PBLB.S. Drowsiness , Bad Taste B la the Mouth. Coated E Tongue , Pain In the Sldo.B TORPID IJVER. They | regulate tbo Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SHALL PILL , SMALL DOSE , SMALL PRICE B D BLOOD I ! Pimples on the face I ; Breaking Out | | Bkin Troubles | j Little Bores ) Hot Skin | : BoihI Blotches ) ! Cold Bores ) Bad Breath ) ; Bore Month or Lips | ; It rou lulTrr from nr at ; tunic tjmplom * , tnLo < I DOCTOR ACKER'S i ENGLISH KOU SALK 11V Kl'IIN & CO. nnd SHER MAN & Mct'OXNEhL. Omaha. _ VETERIHARYSPECIFICS For Horses , Cattle , Sheep , Dogs , Hogs , FOULTHY. Honk Trcntmrnt of Animals 300 Paso n and Chart oiH Free. CTBES ( FcTer , ConKCBt lonc.Tnnnramntlou A. A. 7 Spinal aifnTnultlti.TMIIk Fovcr. Jl. II. strains. I ntneneim. Hneamatlamr < ; . ( ' . IMdtempcr , Nasal Ulichariree * l.l ) . Kolo or GrabB , Worm * . K.K. CnimaB , Ilenrcn , Paeumouia. F.F. Colic or GrlpcH. llclljracbc. G.G. SIlBcarrJaKC. Ilemorrhaitcs. II. H.-Urlnary and Kidney Disease * . .I.-EruplUe IMseanes , planae. S .K. llseane of JJIgfatlon , Paralyslv. Single Bottle Cover 50 doscsX - - .00 Stable Case , wltli i Specifics. Mantml. Vctertnaiy Cere Oil and Medlcator , ST.OO Jar Veterinary Cure OU , - - 1.00 Sold bT Druggists ; or Sect Prepaid anywhere end in any qtumtity on Beceipt of Price. HUMPHREYS' MEDIOIWB OO , Ooracr W llliam and John Sl . , New Tort. HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No , & In use DO j * rs Tha enl med/ for Nervous Debility , Vital Weakness , nil Prontratlon. from cTfr-noilc or other caus ? * . 91 per TiaLor SnaU Md Urea vi l powder , for 39. bou > BY Dr.coosTS , or wnt postpalJ ou receipt of urlce.-HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. , Cor. William anrl lohn Sta. . N. Y. r,8tTCl n Pcllralo and I.a llnjr O.lor After U Inc. If nnnblo toprocara8nANnovnELT.B SOAP send 2S i a etamps anil rccctvo a cake by return mall. JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , Chicago. Sl'KCIAr ! Phnndon nHi W lt ( the pop- alnrSoclotrWsltt ) pent P1JKK to nnrono send ing uu three wrappers of Shimlon Ilolla Soap. fnrt lOe in staapa for sample bottle Slumdon Utllt 1'ertume. Send US$1 , $2 or 8ft for n. box of flno e-iindlrs mill hon-boin , which no wlllscml you immiHliuldy by express to miy part of tlie country. A box of Sweetmeat * AS A GIFT is the ! ' CORRECT'THING ' nnil nhViiys APPRECIATED. Uur's nerer fail ( o giro jdrc satisfaction. Address , t-l BMLDUFF , Omaha , Neb. LINK The Best. Now the Cheapest. Send fur REDUCED PRICE LIST , afkluvry fitr hafullfni/ any niat rlol Ul bulk or pork ago. UU KELT JUCllUEIU CflJ , KOI U trt lie. , Cblc o , HOTEL U I I Centnllr I ) AH the Laieit J Located j [ ItuproTeuienU. Ilrnailtrar Jt 41 t St. . Xewr York. A3CUU1CAN A.NU KUUOI'KAN 1'LAN. Flavoring NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla A or port'oot purity Lemon -I of great strength. II Almond -I Economy ln tnolruso Rose etc.r Flavor as delicately and dcllclouslyaa the fresh fruit AM US Is M HINTS. XOAV Thualor TIIICKE NIGHTS. Thiir Hv SdL ) * M MATINEE SATl'linAY. J. K. EMMET iii Irelni-icl Illustrated with Magnificent Si-cnic Effects and Itealislic Novultlos Inrliulltis FOUR INFANT CHORISTERS , A ZITHER QUARTET tsn A MAMMOTH CHURCH ORGAN. l'rlciParquet and piniuvt olrelu Tic and SI ; balcnny 50c and 7. > e ; cullcry - " > c. Hot Clients open \Vcilnei1iiy mornln ; : . Atc.icti # lunt.iy Mntinea until further notlco there will ba presented two pairs of tine Opera ( ilnoes , 11 lenien oicli , to thu baMcri of suit ticket * . FARNAM STREET THEATER. One Week I'oiiiinciicins uith Similar Milt- Ini-o , Sopt. 20. Tbo Great Musical Comedy , OHELEK. Entirely New. S'ronzcr , ItctturTlisn Kvor. 1'optilnr prices' . He. V. ; fic , 5jo , " . " . . Matinee \Vomic-ilay .ind Saturday. Theater 2. SSiS so. Siintlay , ScutemliGr 2IIH THK I'lOXKrttS OF F.IIU K-l OMKDV. The MESTAYER-VAUGHN COMPANY Hie r Lc't Musical Kxtraraijinta , Or , Prohibition. THE ( SHAXCt THKllKS.l r < ll'GHX. THK IXIUIT.UILR MKST.IYEB , \'adcr tbe Direction of M. II. LATTA. Prices Parquet anit Pnrqupl circle Tjcnnrtfl ; ll I- cony. Wound 75c. ( inllerr , Sic. Box ulicct open i-aturtlaf. Theater "The handsomest and afc tTbratreln America. ' Hoventccnth anil llarner Streets. A GOOD SKAT KOK W CENTS. Tuesday and Wednesday , Sept. 29 & 30. CHARLES A. HOYT'S Musical Coniedr DONT MISS HOVT'S BEST I'LAV. A TRIP TO "I.Ike a lilt uf Down Itt \ nreeillr Blown Into Onu's Fancy Mml Tickles It. " Is Is as great a morrytit. . cr an any of Mr. IIujt'5 prcTluu wort1 * It Is a novel Innovation Inlofarclcjl comedy. K1HST TI.Mi : IX OMAHA I'rlccs : Sic , We , Tic nod tl UJ. scats on sale Mon day inornlnK _ GE/AHB Opera House SUNDAY SEPT 271/1. 2 Performances UNCLE'S DARLESTG- A Romancejf Alaska , Prices , 2.V , J.TC mid M cents. UOO < ioil re < eneil scats for 2."if. each. Kox Sheets open at'ta. m. Suturilay. Capitol A.ve. , Bet. 17th and 18th. The Only Horse Exhibition in the World. Prof Norton B , Smith , ICinpororof all Hnrso Educator' ' . To be Hn ndlecl Tonight. Remember I give no Exhibi- fit the Fair Grounds on Sunday. Admission 25c ; reserved seats SOc. NATBEHRENS , FAIR GRODBD TO1JAY ANL3 SUNDAY At 13 O'clock. Under thu Munngp-iivnt of K. E. filo&.son , THE OIlIGINAI , AM ) O.Vl.V M. i. R. KING OF HORSH TAMERS. The only Horsoinan In tlio World that uses his own .Method * for TRAINING VICIOUS HORSES. Admission 25c ; Rrund Htann 2T c. K. K. GLKAsUN. Pole Owner anet I'rourlotor. TJIAUNAM STKEET Ono week commune-in ; Hunduy Sept. 27 , EILEEN OPERA CO. ID the all American Opera EX I Lx EX El N. M people in the cast -50 Popular prices , IV , ilc. We and Me. DIME EDEN MTJSEE I'ornor llth and Furnain .Streets. C'OU U. U. flOOT.ICIdtir llau 'unrxbonutand Otildit. Mlth hU famous South African rullc * . A 1.1. IK IIA.MII/ION. Ciiropltuit THU U.NK.-s ket ll Aril. to. UOdTU.V LVCKLM IIKAMVriC CO. . la Talbf.tfi Cuaiidy llrau * . , One IHuje. Open Dully from to 1 19 p. m.