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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : lffltTUSIAY , JANUARY 7 , 1802.
Members of Dougloa Oonnty'u Bar Remem ber Judges Wakeloy and Estollo. SPEECHES AND SERVICE OF SILVER. Toknm of thr l > lroin In Which llio .ttulRC1 * Were Holil UVIromi'il Iliirk tullio JJiir Krloim' | of tlio lU't'lpli'iiti. For yoflM tbo larso court room m tlio court liouso tins been tlio scene of legal Ratherinfja. Times without number the walls have reechoed - echoed the words of loarnoi ! judge ) and law yer. There tlio legal warriors have urossod tiwords whllo the liven and property of clients hung In tbo balance , but never In the history of the Doualas county courts did the attorneys hold a more Important and pleasant meeting than yostordny. The occasion was the retiring of Judges Wakoloy and Eitella to private Hfo. The hands of the court liouso cloclc plodded lazily nioiiK until the hour of 10ilJ bad boon ranched. Three hundred motnoort of the bar patlontly awaited the arrival of the members of the licnah , At that hour Judges Wnlteloy , Uoano , Ilopowoll , Davis , Ferguson , Irvlno , and Hstollo arrived and at on co took up their positions on ttio hunch. Judge Wakulov sat 111 the center nnd od- dtng to Deputy Lou Grouo , Instructed him to open court. Cleric Moorci read the Journal , after which Judge Wulccluy remarked ihnt the luilgos had mot , not for tbo transaction of business , but nt thu request of the bar. Concfiili'il it Ill O.ik HUT , Before the arrival of the Judges , a largo oak box , highly polished and bound in brass bed Ucon brouirut Into the room and depos ited on the uttornoy's table , where it was piled high wltii overcoats , hats and caps. Stopping In front of this Judge Amoroso iinld that the bnr had been culled together to pass Its judgment. The Judgment , ho sanl , \vould bo p.iRscct before tboconrt was allowed to pass Its Judgment , "for " said he , "if that course is not pursued , wo may not have : i cluinco to speak. " Ho said the occasion was no funeral , und nil that ho nskod was tbiit Attorney JJaldwIn be not allowed to speak. Some people thought the time to say good thinks about men was after they wcro dead , but ho would rather sny good things of live men tlian to scalier llowors on their biers. In behalf of the bar ho read tbo following memorial and resolutions , which weru adopted : < > t tint IJnr , "lion. Elsnrcr Wakcloy , for nearly nlno years one of the Judges ofthis court , lo.xvestho bonuh today. 1'rlor to assuming his Judicial duties ho enjoyed the high distinction of standing at the Head of his profession in this state , his advlcu belli t : soucht by many and varied intcrosjs. to which ho gave the most assldlous attention and high legal learning. Upon tlio bench ho has displayed thn same qualities. As an Industrious woruer he has not been surpassed oy any of his successors or predecessors. Ho has always boon earnest in the discharge of his duties , faithful to the hich trust Imposed in him. 'With a life of surpassing purity and up rightness Jndgq Wakolby has brought in the dlsuhorgo of his duties upon the bench the fiamo Indi'sponsiblo reiiuUitcs. His advice has always been sought upon complicated questions by his associates ana Ills judgment by the profession respected. No taint has at tached to his name in the administration of the nffuirs of his ofllco. No unfair deal ings in whatever form they have boon brought before him but what have received re buke. No fraud , no matter under what guise it has been presented , has gene unkennelled. lie has fully oxomplilled the eloquent words of Bishop Home , When hognothupto the judgment beat to put on righteousness AS a glorious andboautiful robe , and to render his tribunal a lit emblem of that eternal throne of wblcti justice nnd 'judgment nro thn habitation. "Wo bid him good-byo with regret , butre- joico that , tie will still practice his profession nnd wo doubt not but that ho will uo able to bear defeat in sharply contested causes witii younger men of the profession , and as in olden duvs adopt tbo only two modes of dls- bent from the judgment ot the court go into the corridor of the court house nnd oxuress it to the unresponsive walls or tauo an ap peal. "Unsolved. That this memorial bo spread upon the records of this court nnd an en grossed copy bo transmitted to Judge Wulioloy. " I'rrHi'iitoil it Silt or Sort Ice. As soon as the resolutions wcro adopted Judga Ambrose throw aside the pile of over coats und displayed the box above referred to. Ho took from his pocket a tiny hey , turned back the bolts of stool and upon rats- inc the cover , upon which was fastened a burnished platoof brass , engraved : WAKELEY , Pro-joined Jan. ! ! , 1803 , By tlio Bar of. Douirlus County. Tlio opoiilug o ( uio DOX ( llsuloscu a uoautl- ful solid sllversorvlcoof Ilfty-slx places , each having engraved upon It In old Kagluu the lottoiV. . "This box nnd troy8nla Judge Ambrose , "contntii3 u solid silver service , It ropro- scnts In part tlio estimation In which you , Judge WaUoloy , nro esteemed by the members - bors o ( this bar. This souplodlo , and you know what H is for , wo doslro you to appro- cltUo. When your oitoemod wife dips out the succulent food for you , wo hope that you will not forgot that wo Have oftoti boon jlnccd in Iho consomme ouraolves. Wo desire - sire you to talio homo this token of rcmcin- brancu and cherish it as an npprcclatlun of the high nstcoin in which you are hold by iho lawyers of Omaha. " JtumrmlH'i'ml < Kstollo Also. Then turning to Judge Estello , Judiro Ambrose - broso said , as his Imnd wont Into the rocossus of nn Inner poclcot , "Tho pleasant duty devolves - volvos upon mo of presenting you with a token nf remembrance. Your terra upon the bench has not boon * o long as that of Judge Wakuloy , out you have endeared yourself to the bar of Douglas county , and In presenting to you this stud , containim ; n pleco of pure carbon , u stoiio of tlio llrst water , wo can only say thnt w s have louud you as pure as the s'tono it- lolf and most smcorolv hope that your fu ture ) life may bo us brilliant as the stonu that I now hand you. " JlCHpOIIHO < ll tllU JtlllROt. Judge Wukcloy , In rosponduifc to the pro- lontntion , Bnld : "Gontlomoii of the bar : For this expression > f your kindness and goou will towards mo , I return you my Heartfelt acknowledgments. This manifestation of your unabated conll- ionoo in my uprightness end my worlhlnosi In the Judicial oftlco Is , Indcod , grateful to mo. And this generous gift the toUon of four regard Is as welcome as It Is unexpect ed. H is , I porcolvo , of no Inconsldorablo iraluo ; Uuttoinu and nnno it will always anvo n value lar beyond Its motiov worth , 'it ivlll bo and remain mnnntr my cho'loost houseHold - Hold tronhiires , foi' myself , and my children iftor mi' , and it will over bo u nmmonto of my long nnd pleasant associations with you , Doth ns a lawyer and a Judgo. "It Is now approaching nine years since 1 tame to this bench which 1 now leave. I ruiuo to it by the invitation of the bar of this tounty and of this district an invitation renorally and wholly unopposed. In what degree 1 may have mot Its fmr expectations , or by how far I mny have failed to do so , you have boon the dally and the conitimt wit- posses. "As nil know , these hnvo boor years of tin. remitting judicial lubor. Hut the Judge who hau por/ormqd his purl of It knows bettor than you can know with what sense of ro < Kponslblllty , and what oppreslvo burden of doubt and perplexity his worlc has been When Baby WM tick , we gate Uer CastorU , When the VTM a Child , lie cried for CajtorK When die becaniv Mb * , the clung to CutorU , \Yhta ilia bail Children , she nave them CMtorU. mnny tlmoj nttondcd. Yet with nil tun it \\M \ been to mo in n large moo uro a connon- inl work a part of the legal service to which my life has been devoted. And through all these years I hnvo fell the nustalnlng and buoyant Influence , vhlch came from the n - suranco In many wnyo expressed , that I hnu the coiilldonco of tlio bar , nnd the reliance of the people that 1 was endeavoring to ndmln- istrr Justice among thorn with Integrity of purpose , nnd with whatever of ability I posse scd. Without this assurance , nnd this belief , I can sny , with absolute linearity , I would not have been willing to remain for n day In thii pluco , "Yot no ono of yon , no party , no litigant , can hnvo boon more conscious of my imper fections , than I hnvo been conscious how far short I hnvo como of realizing my own ideal of what n judge of this court should bo. I have endeavored with steadfast purpose to walk strnlglitforivarl In Iho path of judicial duty and rectitude. Yet I have keenly felt , at times , that my steps were uncertain nnd the path was obscured. I hnvo had n clonr mental vision of n just , up right , lo.irned , computont Jud o presiding in this tribunal xvlth dignity , courtesy and nmonitv , yet wl It undoviatlng rlgidnoss , Im partiality und justice , but when I hnvo sought to place this picture upon the cnnvns my hands have Ucon unequal to the execu tion. Yot-1 hnvo done the work as it was given mo to do , xvlth wuutnvcr of Judgment nnd conscientiousness I could bring to it and It Is finished. "Now , gentlemen of tho.bar.lot mo with as llttlo of formality as may bo , go from this place , and tiiUu my old position with you , und among you , whether or not for active service , fortune must decide , tf It should bn thnt I have not yet fully paid the ( loot which the lawyer owes to his profession , and that there may bo legal blows to exchange be tween some ol us , lot them oo fair and manly blows honorably given in the scrvlco wo may represent , "After nilwhat mattorj It on which sldo of the bench the lawyer may do his work. So long as human learning shall bo deficient ; and human Judgmontshall bo fallible , mis takes will bo made on this aide of it and un thnt. if civic honors bo iho lost , never lor got thnt the lawyer who by ntitlvo gift , or by unromnarablo purpose in n worthy struggle , shall Unit liltiuelf nmungst the foremost of his profession that lawyer will hold a di ploma of honor which the world will roco- ni7i % , and ho will need no executive parch ment , no certificate of election as Ills' creden tials to public favor and conlldence. "With this day's service I shall most will ingly surrender to otners the burdens and the responsibilities of this place , trusting that I have done nothing to dishonor it , or to Im pair the respect which Is duo to it and hopIng - Ing that my brethren of the bench , who goon witn the wprk which I now lay down , may always have your respect , your confidence and your utmost nid. " Judge Eslollo , in n brief speech accepting the token of respect , said that ho and tils as sociate had nonrd the judgment pronounced upon them by the bai , and in stopping down from the position he occuploJ could say but a word. During his career upon the bench ho had tried to do right nnd deal out even handed justice to all men. The token ho regarded as an expression of thu kindly tooling bad for him as a member of the bar , more than an estimate of his services upon the bench. AVuluoiuril Hack to thu Itur. Ex-.Tudgo ( flarkson , upon whom devolved the duty \veleoinitiir the two retiring juugcs buck to the bar , spoke as follows : "Boing sorntnvhni of an amphibian , if the bench can bo likened unto unstable wutor and tbo bur to good , solid land , upon mo has fallen , at iho urgent solicitation ol the entire bar , with perhaps I ) . " ) ! ) insignificant exceptions , the delicate task of welcoming to terra llrma the two gentlemen about to emar < fo Irom the lonncr llcklo element. The poise to Do maintained must bo perfect. It won't do , for reasons psi haps not inscrutable , toolTenu the tioncb , und it won't do not o give those retiring nn adequate idea of the good things to wnich they are coining. The Aoun-r fellow who became cross-oyod by endeavoring - doavoring to look love at U\o girls at the same time'was in u position unombarrassing compared with mine. Saying nothine of what has been the lotand its good fultlllment , of each of these gentlemen , and desiring to strip from them , if it has been donned , any garment ot sorrow or regret , it is our pleas ure , speaking In behalf of the bar , to lay before them the splendid chances of the future , and to make the description so tan talizing both to the present occupants of the bench , und to these who are on thu eve of leaving gaps In our ranksas can bo ventured with Impunity. "If I may bo pardoned , the balance of the address will be directed to Judges "Wukeloy and Estello. "You , gentlemen , instead of rendering decisions to thu certain astonishment of some and wonder of others at the mental nbornulun dispHycd , will have Iho glad satisfaction of being able to direct und instruct the Judicial mlntl , und of hearing decisions in full accord with your views ns expounded in the hfcat of a trial or evolved in the calm seclusion of n business burdened ofllco. Instead of having to listen to thump , thump on tbo desk o * the em phatic list nnd the ding dang of the guttural or the shriek of the strident voice urging the reception of ideas and law known to the judge in his infancy or ritiiculous in their nt- tonuution , to you will bo vouchsafed the pro mulgation of really able arguments and ol thumping in a rhythmic , fnrcuful. convincing way. instead of conflicting with hallucinations of tbo supreme court , you will bond your energies to m'unHnr. rlmm Tnatn.ail nf tinvlnr * lint , nun place In which to do your work , there will bent nt your command choice of any four or live places out of fifty , nil equally demanding at tention , and you will bu delighted at how readily will bo acu.utrod the power of per sonal dispersion. "Fearing lest1 contrast may become In vidious , lot It end. You will ugam know the best fellowship on earth , trial of brethren at iho bar. You will hear Iho clash of arms , and in short apace roalun that the enemy is In the Held and perhaps not entirely In accord wllh your views as to how this or that ought to bo. You will enjoy the agreeable glow of an approaching preaching contest with the certainty aflor a good tight of leaving the mistaken , deluded man on Ibo other side tU- joctly humiliated by defeat. Ho may ho entertaining reverse views as to the result , and through a lot of pcttirocgingnnd unprofes sional play , nnd with the aid of a * * * his views may obtain. You will attend court for the purpose of learning results nnd with an outward calm suspicious In its irn- porturbility.nnd indifference so absolute ns to amount to oblivion of presence uf courtcleric , jurv und lawyers , sit burning and free/in within until vou know whether the righteous or the unjust imuso prnvall. You will then go to meet the congratulations or the objur gations of your client. Tbo fashionable method of softening these latter and of calm ing , and if possible , satisfying the client , and turning his fury ngninst an object or objects other than yourself , I shall not divulge , but you will not bo long learning it. The unctuous fueling of a thousand- dollar legal tender , whether ns rotalnor or as ilnal foe , will suuorcode and out measure the tin-Ill accompanying the quarterly InclosuVo from Lincoln , and I hope and predict will ns frequently occur. "Your felicities will he Innumerable. Your blttoruoisoa none. Wo wait Impatiently for you and lo n glad welcome bid you come. " Other Congratulatory .Spout-hm. M V. Uannnn salt1 that ho had been re quested to make u few observations. Ho spoke fcollnglv upon iho retirement of Judges Wnkoloy nnd ICstollo. In loforrlng to Frank K , M cores , clerk ot the court , ho said Unit ho had come in contact with that gen tleman nnd forcibly realized that there was a "IIolo in the uottom of iho sea. " Ho was glad lo welcome Judge Wnkoloy ns u member of the bar , nnd thought that his ripe years of learning and experience would boot groai value lo the younger mem bers. When the gentlemen returned ho could assure them that warm hearts wore waiting lo welcome U\om. Judge Doano expressed the sentiments of the bench and assured the bar thai iho retire ment ot Judges Wnkoloy and Kstollo wus deeply rogroued by all of Iho members. The memorial ho ordered spread upon the records und court adjourned. Jack Frost has a special mission In winter it's to chap up our hands and chouks , and Jack Frost say ha don't like Hallor's ' Ans. trnlhin salvo a bit. It euros tUo "llttlo chain" right up. Driinliriiiiciii , A dtsoofio , treated na svjoh , and portim- noutly avroil. No publicity. Noinllnn- ary. Homo treatment , llnrrnloss und olTuctuid. Refer by pormls.sion to Bur- Ungtoii lluwltoyo. Send Uo Btamp for imtnphlot , ShoUoquoa Chemical Co. , Burlington , Iowa. USED THE COMPANY'S ' CASH , Oasliior Brown Appropriates Funds of the Massachusetts Mutual Lifo. LOSS FALLS ON A GUARANTEE COMPANY , Ambitions lo Oum A I.iiiuulry tlio Citftlilcr Took tin ) Munry llmv Ho Tried To Ulclollli Pilfering In , Inll Noiv. For the past six months W. L. Drown has filled the position of cashlur In this city for the Massachusetts Mutual LI to Insurance company , but Mr. Drown Is In Jail tod.ty and nn expert from Chicago U poring : over the books of the company to see just how iiuch ) of a financial dtffuronco there is botwobn the company nnd Its ex-omployo , nnd Urown'a bondsmen nro botwedn $1,030 nnd $1,503 poorer than they would have been If the th an go had occurred a few weeks ago , Urown was bonded by the Pidclltv Casualty company of Now York for ft,500 ! , una when the shortage was discovered that con cern through Its Omaha representatives , II. K. Palmer M Son , started a corps of ambi tious detectives on tlio trail of the missing cashier , and they unearthed ultn yesterday afternoon , Droxvu's peculations wcro not discovered until two or thrco days ago , ns the money has all been taken within the past month. It was learned a short tlmo ago that ho had in vested some money in a laundry In the city and was spending considerable cash , and the eastern olllcials wcro apprised of the fact. Mr. Isaac B. Snow of Springllold , Mass. , the company's superintendent of agencies , who was in the woat on ono of his periodical trips , was notilled to come hero at once and investigate the matter. Soon after reach I UK hero ho sent to Cliicago for un export to look over the book' , and that gentleman began his work Tuesday. Brown saw that uo was rfuspoctud nnd disappeared. The guaranty company will , of course , bo held for the amount of the shortage , and the prosecution of tbo cashier will bo nt the in stance of the company that bonded him. The ox-onshior notilled tUo company yesterday that ho was using every endeavor to raise the money to m tko treed tbo shortage , and his relatives will bo here from St. Louis to do what they can for him. The method employed by Brown to cover up his stoallntrs was to fulslfv his books by cliargintr up the amounts as money n ivuncad to outsldo agents. Superintendent Snow has a letter that Urown wrote to ono agent noti fying htm that the writer had overcharged the said agent's account $100 In order to hulp hiinsclt out of .1 bole. Just what bo did with tho'money is not known as yet , as It is not belloved thttt ho sunk it all in his laundry enterprise , Brown is'3 years of ntro und has awifonndono clnld who are now visiting in bl. Louis. W. L. Brown was arraigned before Judjo Borka yesterday afternoon nnd waived ex amination. Ho was bound over to the dis trict court in the sum of 51,100. At 1 o'clock the prisoner was lulscn to the county Jail. a Spo < > | H'Mljli3 ( Tolls Ills Wife Something. Yes , 1 see , you have got a terrible looking face all pimples and blotches. Now , Mrs. Spoopnndyko , if yoti'do let tboso everlasting , dodgasted powder * and cosmetics alone , and use Hullor's Sarsauarllla nnd Burdock com pound you'do look like something. See ? FEBRUARY JURORS. aion AVho Will Si-r o Tlirlr Country lit the Next Court Toi'in. The following petit jurors have been drawn for the first Ihroo wocks of the February term : William S. Uumbor , C. A. Johnson , Jl. L. Day , .lacob Meyers , Samuel Dreiluss , Alonjo 11. Davis. James L. Heavoy , Peter Tjing. George Johnson. John Burkloy , Sinford O. Coui'h , William , Hatiua Evoret IT. Ballou , Arthur Walsh , Edward Butler , Prank S. Brown , Henry Welnighoff , Jatnoi T. Coleman , Ho\vard Kennedy , Jr. , John Little , Steve Corrall. Christian Brignt , John W. McArdle , W. J. Broatch. P. H. \VnKht , P. J. Hayes , Jotin C. Monison , James A. Clarir , John H. Sturkov , Charles Stack , Michael Poloy , Terronto McShano , Charles 13. Stiiilros , John Blpnden , James Cathtow , John P. Crippon. P. J. Karbach. Oust Bohl- man , T. J. Atcnlson , P. J. Qjalev , John Horn , Putor Cogu'lns , Noel Abbott , Frances Wear. Henry ( Jill , B. G. Soanrin , Joaepti Sinkull , Pat Shandnn , C. H. Brown. No.son Miller , Joseph Novillo.'John Otrroll , Harry McUeo , Arthur Hose , August Ziosel , Robert McCormick , Chirlos Meyers , William Sbaw , J. N. Dennis , W. B. Coe , Charles O. Dunlap , Prink Murphy , Ed McNnlly , D. Dago , Joseph Gardner , Dan Condon , Charles D. Woodworth , William Bell. Isauo liiLThhutn , P. L. Perino , .Tolin B. Doolev , John Hnloy , George Gould , Seymour 'G. Wilcox , Allchaol Clarke , Hobart M-iGlmpioy , William S Kiploy , P. A. Tuttlo. David LIB- den , William J. Murphv , Putor Jensen , Wil liam P. Monahnn. W. P. Hughes , Moses Sowartz. James Murphy , Charles 13. Miller , Prank Marsh , A. L. Prank , 8EION1I TIIIllJi : WEKKS. Georjre Plambcck , Prank H. Bishop , Harry Gllmoro , Alexander Monroe , Andruw Jonsun , William Hochofort , Patrick Noonan , James GilllganWilllum H. SufTaSfols ! Soren- jon , E. W. Dixon , Jerry McCarthy , la. P. Hanson , Warren Haver , John E. Butler. Pat rick Sweeny.M. W. E. Puroliaso.JosophShoa , Gnorgo Kingston , Miles Potter , K. J , Tag- gart , John J. Smith , I. H. Lobagh , John W. Hall , William Torpy , George E. Barker , man , Mlko O'Briou , Albert Busrh , Uobert Seaton , Goorpo H. Moore , J. B. Murnr , Mor ris Neir , Henry Miller , P. C. Nitcho , C ; B. Hnstin , John Olson , Martin O'Connor , Mlko liyati , E. It. Moyers , Thomas Dwor.ick , Swan Anderson , Tim Mnuoiioy , .lullus , Kortlang , Andrew Johnson , Howard B. Smith , PranK Nell , W. D. Clone , August Grimm , Hurt Lynch , I. N. Kelley , Richard Dobins , J. Ftola , Charloj , MotS. . G. Walker , Hans Snydcr , Thomas Kclby , Louis P. Grove , Jojoph Novalc , A. E. Cooper , William P. Uradloy , Julius Scbroodor , EdwurJ'Potcrson , Will iam Crary , C. Wosthull , J. J , Vrooman , H. C. Cramb , J. H. Evans , Prank itt Morrlsaov , U. W. Wilson , Edwin McPall , Edward Slowo , Mat Ersklno , William Anderson , Alexander Lonn , Dan L. Clurk , DoWitt's Ltttlo Early Ilisor . Boit llttlo pill ever maclo. Cure constipation every tlmo. None equal. Use them now. * IN UNCLE SAM'S DOMAIN. , Court anil Other Xu n Noti-s Ulrituud from thu IVdiTiil llullilluif. The case of Mrs. Snow against the city of Lincoln was continued in United States court yesterday morning. Witnesses for tfio plain tiff stated that Mrs. Snow had. been walkinir by the assistance of crutches over since she fell upon ' the sidewalk lu front of the convent on , U strent. in the city of Lincoln In April last , i The evidence wont to show that her foot had i boon very severely wrenched and had boun u source of great buffering and expense to the plaintiff. i The case was submitted to the Jury at 4 sBO i yesterday afternoon , Ati n late hour last night the Jurymen wore still disputing ns to the amount of damages that the woman stis- I tainod In falling upon the defective walk. i Arguments were begun before Judge i Dundy yesterday evening to ihow tlmt Mor timer Pox , who Is iobargnd with stealing letter from the limits'In San Francisco , shoult not bo held upon tlite Inalctmcnt forwnrdoi from California. 1ll ! attorney for Fox pro- tented his nido of the rnio yosterdny after noon nnd Mr. Bakcrrwlll close the discussion today. Mr , Dolnn , attorney for Dixon the mur derer , will nrciio ht miotion for it now trial ns soon us the Hnow-auo is disposed of. If the motion is not Jgranicd the Judge will probnblyipronouncotDlxon'A sentence before leaving for the January term of court nt Lin coln , which begins .next Tuesday or Wednes day. day.Cnptaln A. W. Lavender of the treasury department arrived from Washington yesterday tnornltiK to inspect tbo books of the customs ofllco and to mnko Omntm his headquarters for covorul months. Ho has been detailed for duty upon the Seal Islands of Alaska for nearly two yoarsand has bill lately returned from that country. Having nothing In par ticular for Captain L'wondor to do the Treas ury department decided to send him to Omaha until spring to assist Mr. Aloxitndor , collector of customs nt this port. The work at the Omaha customs ofllco has In creased -M per cent during the past , venr , and Mr. Alexander frit that ho was entitled to tnnro help or n raise in the salary of his assistants who have had very hard work durlnc the last few months. In response to n request for more llbsra' sal aries the Treasury department has sent on nn extra man who Is experienced and ofllcloni in such work. DoWitt's Llttlo Earlv Ftisorj ; only pill to cure sick headache and regulate the bowels. SUICIDE OP AN OMAHA MAN. DontNt ,1.lines Ch.irlcs Kuils IIU Unhappy Ilie Inn Clilf.igo lloti'l. Dr. James Charles , n dentist who loft Omaha in October , 1&93 , after n residence hero of nearly n quarter of a century , com mitted BUlcIdo In Chicago Tuesday nt the Hotel Drowsier. 2IU Dearborn street , by shooting himself through the head. Ho borrowed 50 cents from the clerk , sayIng - Ing that ho wanted to send a telegram to Omaha. He returned to the hotel the next day , paid a week's lodging in advance , nnd only left his room after that once onch day , toward noon. Ho failed to appear Tuesday , nnd ui : luveitigutlon revealed the suicide. Nothinir was found to explain why ho had taken his life. The doctor had apparently planned the decu very carefully , as his clothing was found stutTod in the cracks of ttio door and around the openings where the steam pipes entered the room , for thu evident purr.oso of deaden ing ttio sound. Ho registered at tbo hotel November ! i3 and remained until Christmas , when hn paid his bill and loft , , statinc that ho was coming to Omaha. Ho reappeared there December 31 in a very dilapidated state , with Ins eves blackened , clothing torn and soiled , face covornd with bruises and his loft arm in n slinir. Ho explained his condition by saying that ho had fallen on his way to the depot , and had passed the days ho was absent nt a hotel near the depot that ho would not name. Ueforo lo.iUne Omaha Dr. Charles was associated in business for llvo years with Dr. Jnckman , in the Parimm Street opera house bloulr , nt Fifteenth and Parnam. Ho was u hard drinker , and thfs led to a dissolu tion of partnership. Ho bad a wide acoualnt- nnco nerebut it was frequently predicted that his npputito for liquor would cause his death. Mrs. Charles secured a divorce from her husband while here , and is said to ho now living in Cliicago. When ho loft Omaha Cnarloj went to Now York , whore no re mained for Bomo time , drifting thence to Philadelphia and then to Chicago. Ho was S3 years of age. A niece of the deceased is the wife of John Maus , near Twenty-seventh and Pierce streets , A Chicago undertaker telegraphed Chief Soaver yesterday tifvernoon that ho held the body of Dr. Charles and asked that relatives bo notilled. After looking up the matter the chief sent -messacoto the undertaker stat ing that as far as hotould learn Dr. Charles hnd'no'relatlvos in-Oniaia | , but ; hailA , sister in Galena , III. , and other relatives in Phil adelphia. Uessler's Magic : loiH3n3.Vafor3.Cur3i , i heudLchcsin 20 mmuuji At .ill ' most 'Jtovxn AIIOUT us. A now elevator is to be built , nt Co/tad. Farmers nrouhd Stamford , Hurlau county , nre troubled with coyotes. t The Oakland Times has been sold by Ira Holmes to Louis J. Flint , formerly foreman of the ulllco. A horse kiekod Walter VVarnor ol Oakdalo in tbo head , inllicting a wound which it took six stitches to close. Mrs. Susanna Mogruo , ono of the lirst settlers of Clay county , died recently at her homo hear Harvard. Two strangers are In Jail at Seward on suspicion of ociiig'thieves. They were try ing to sell several paira of shoes when ar rested. Farmers around Harvard have recently sent transportation to the old country to bring thirty of their friends to Nebraska to live. Most of the men arc Hussluris. Tne wife of Hcv. Mr. Holdgrnf , pastor of the Gorman Evangelical church ot Syracuse , died from an attack of the grip , and her liiu- band and daughter are lying at the point of death with the same disease. Saloonkeeper George Scheidol of Platte Center has been sued for f 10,000 by the widow or Martin Mnlcc , who was recently found ( load in an open Held near his homo. It is supposed that Mulec , whllo intoxicated , loU his way and perished from the cold. The Ponder Republican savs the Wlnne- bagos held a council last S aturday to protest against the Issuance of goods. They demand cold cash In lieu thereof , and will probablv send n delegation to labor with the "gicat father at Washington. " I nun. A man has been arrested nt Davenport for stealing nn umbiolla. The tccolpts of iho Dos Monies postoftlco during tiio past year wore $1 lt,037.td. ( DCS Motnes police made 2,921 arrests dur ing the past year. A young man named Bentley has married the girl who recently went to Moulton in men's uttiio. Dan Henrv , a St. Paul middle weight , has bcon matched to light Con Doyle nt Oubun.no January 10 for $10U and goto receipts. Henry Crimps shot at a dog belonging toD. Franks at Eagle Point , and Franks returned the lire. Some of the shot struck Crimps in the face nnd put out nn oyo. " "Dubunuo has lot the contract for ' . ' 00 street lights to the Edison Electric Light company. Sixty-four dollars per voar Is to bo paid for each lltrlit by the Philadelphia moon schedule or$100fornllniglU | Three girls , Alice Poloy nnd slstor nnd Manila Madden , broke through the ice at DCS Monies and carne near drowning. Thu Mad den girl held the others' heads nhovo the water until help arrived , Mrs. C. A. Mil or of Wyoming , while handling a tevolven caught it in her clothing lu such a manner tliat the weapon was dis charged , the ball pojiotrating her left lung. ThO wound Is not necessarily fatal , The democratic * horlff of Henry county , having failed of reflection , Is trying to hold the ofllco , claiming that George Van Deck , the republican wlio\ was elected bis successor , was bom of alien parants. Van Bock has boon enjoined from taking possession of his olllco , und the matter will bo bottled by the courts. Coughsand Colds. Tbosowbo a M su T i ? Ing from coughs , colds , sere throit , otc , should try Brown's Bronchial Troches. Sol only in boxes. owder : tlse4 iu Millions of HomQS 40 Years the Standard , n - anD "We have completed our annual inventory , figured up our profits , ( pocketed our losses ) , shook hands with ourselves on completing a very satisfactory year's business , thought over our mistakes , turned over a new leaf and resolved to make " 92" a better-year than " 91. " Wp find on going through our stock , as every house finds that pretends 19 do business , a number of "Odds and Ends" ; you know what they are , broken lines , one suit of a kind , three or four of another * , seven ovefy coats and "leven" pairs of socks and so on. While these goods are no better or worse than other goods in the store yet we regard them in the light of a nuisance , as ten to one te man that likes thorn can't get fitted , and the man they'll fit don't like 'em. We'll do as we always do every'year. that sometimes makes the man like 'em , that they'll fit. If you need a suit or an overcoat or a shirt or any little thing in the store you're very apt to find just what you want among the "Odds and Ends" and if the size is there In our Photographic contest , prizes wore nwtmlnd ns follows : 1st pri/.e , Willie C. Gilloy , Carroll. Iowa ; 2cl. P. Waldo Scott , 2822 North Itith A vo. , citv. 3d. Louis G. Wlntoheiul , 710 7th street , Codncil UluITd. Iowa. 4th , Joroino , son of Iloyn , the photographer , city. 5th , Leroy Harris , 2018 St. Mury'H Avo. . City. Every MAN can be I STUONO niul VIQ- OUOUSmallrespcris _ by using SPANISH NUKVINJJ , theEtent Mpniilah Remedy. YOUNG MEN Oil OIIsutferinir from NBRVOUS DEBILITY , IO3T or FAII/INO MANHOOD , iiiKlillyciiussianaconvulsions , nervous prostration , cnusid by Ibcute of opium , tobacco or alcohol , wakefulness - fulness , menial icre-sion , loss of power m cilhir sex , spcrmator- ANI > AFTFK USB , rltcpa caused bysclf obute and over indulgence or any personal weak * ness can bo restored to perfect health nml the NOBI/1 ? VITALITY OF STRONG MEN. We iivc a written guarantee with G boxes to cure any casu or refund the money. § l a boz,0 boios J5 Fo. * sale in Omaha by McCo'tniclc & Lundloth and Farnam sts. ALL ABOUT A SIDEWALK- Ilimid < > r IMiicatlon und Colonri Hlrklmiucr ] lu\iMi Coiillict U'ltlimit ItlooiNlicil. The Board of Public Works nnd tbo Baard of Education narrowlv escaped tiaviiip a clash nncl collision of nuthoiity jcstcrdny over the rteht to build a sidewalk between Harnoy nnd Farnnm streets. The school district formerly owned the ground immediately west of the Fnnmm school which should become Twenty-ninth or Park avenue botvvcon Hartley und Pnrnnm streets. The Board of Education sold this ground to the citv for btreot purposes , but ttio city never paid for it. Last'summor when tbo city council decided to close Twenty-ninth street on the east of the Farnam school and sell thu ground , tbo Boird of Educa tlon proposed to malco nn ex change of ground , by releasing the city from tbo payment of the purchase price of the lot on the'west of the building if the city would deed the lot on the east of the school building to the school district. Tjiis the citv council refused to do. The Board or Education then fenced up the lot on the west of thn Farnam school nnd shut off the street trafllo there Dctucon Har noy and Farnam. There has been a creat deal of complaint on Iho part of parent : ; who had to send their children to the Far nam school from points south ot Harnoy on Park avenue because they were obliged to wade throuph n muddy sticot from Harnoy to Farnum with not oven the semblance of n sidewalk. A few days ago the Board of Public Works ordered tho"sidewalk inspector to lav a walk along the east side of Pant avenue from Harnoy to Farnam. This would , of course , necessitate the pulling down of the board fence built by the Board ot Education around the lot west of the Furnam school. As the workmen approached the lot owned oy the Board of Education , Attorney McCoy , em ployed by iho board , madn preparation to have an injunction issued restraining tbo Board ol Public \Vorlt \ * from cutting thr.ough the fence or building u sidewalk upon tbo ground owned by the Board of Education. A coiupromlso'botweontho Board of Public Works and the Board of Education was llnnlly agreed to , however , by Attorney Mc Coy agreeing to recommend to the bourd the building of a temporary sidewalk across the lot and turning styles at either sldo whore the walK will intersect the fence. Mr. Birkhausor agreed to oulld the side- wnlic only to the fence put up by the Board of Education with the noovo understanding , The matter will bo discussed nt tbo meeting of the Board of Education tonight. Small in size , great in roiults ; OoWitt's LittloEnrly Ulsura. Best pill for constipa tion , best for sick headache , bast for sour stomach. Dr. Cullimoro , oculist , Boo building .Mutilmunlul. A very pretty wedding occurred Tuesday evening nt tlio residence of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A , Conrad. 3.110 IJavcnport street , their daughter , Edith Belle , buiiig united In matri mony with Mr. Arthur N. Cowio , book- icucrjoror the Omaha Heal Estate und Trust company. The beautiful and unnrossivei Episcopal rantTiaco ceremony was po-formod tiy Kov , Air , Llwyd , rector of the church of iho ( Jood Shepherd In tbo presence of about forty guests , nfior which an elegant wedding supper was .served. Mr. mid Mrs. Cowio were the recipients of many costly and ele gant testimonials of the affection and esteem of numerous friends in Omaha and abroad , Sick headackol Beecham's Pills will rcllavo | f' WORTH A GUINEA A BOS. " $ ton MEM , WOMEH iND CHILDREN. BEEGHAM'Sf ' PILLS are a marvellous AnliUotofortVcnli ( jtnmncti , SICK HEAD ACHE , Impair' tlimtlon I.lvur , tc , | found tlio to > tie especially cflicacloni and remedial tjr > FEMALE HITKKEItniS. Of alldrugglstc. I'rlceSB cents a box. New York Depot , 365 Canal St. < o Or , BAILEY The Leading Dentist,1 Third Floor , PJxton Bloalr. Telephone 10S5. Iflth ami Farnam Sts. A full iet of tuoth on niuber for 15. Perfect lit. Tooth without platan or removnlilo brlJto work , Jmt tlio Ililinffor iliuon or imbllo npuukoM , never OrupMuwn. TEETH EXTRACTEO WITHOUT PAIN. All fllllniM At roatonnblo rolo.oll work w rraiitoJ CuttlilaoulIoraKtiliJii. Do you know ( hat a llttlo Coil U \ a dnntcrotis thing ? DOCTOR Will Stop a Cough at any tlmo and Cure the worst Cold in twelve houro. A 25 Cent bottle may save you $100 in Doctor's bills-may save your life. ASK YOUK DflUGGIST FOR IT. IT TA.STJES GOOI > . PURE PINK PILLS. Dr. Acker's English Pills CURB Hmnll. iilcanniit , afavorllu with tlio Indlon. W. II. 1IOOKEH & CO , ii V > it Ilroailwny , N. Y. For stile by Kuhn & Co. , and Sliormnn & McConiioll , Oinsilin. NO OTIUBIS DEMCATE ANT > LASTING : ODOR , KorBnIobyiillIniBnmU''nncyOooil8 ' Dealers or II uniihla to procure tills i > mfrrtiln < mi > Bcml2n < In stumps nnd receive n cnko by return mull. JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , Chicago. HPr.CIAf.-Slmnclmi rtnlH Wn'.tz ( the Tmptilnt Society Waltz ) ni'iitFJtiH ; to imjono Konulnt' u < Uiruo wriiDpcra ot kdumcloii Holla Bonn. Are positively curctl by > } Tm , , wonderful nnd ImrmlCBa Hindoo Homed - d8 ' Placed nt o prleo In thoU. B. to bring U wiiiiin tlio reach of nil euirorom. and nold will n \vrlUeuirinimn' lco to curq Wciik Memory. JL.o t Mnnlmnil , Ncrvoni jHetitllty , I'.vll JUremng , Inability , Uulcknoii , J.ncU at Vnnllilence , Lonoi JlruliK , VuUcl'ulncn. and Inns ot power of tlio ( icncraUvo Oriinna , cntifod by Vouth. fill Irullscrollons or ho oxccislvo uco of Tobacco. Narcotics or Htlmiilonts , which lead to Inllrrnlly , Consuiniitlonor Inainltr. Very email pollelH. Kniy totako. Cnn bocnrrlodlntho vojtpockct. Hcntby runll In plain packnRo to any nildresnfor SI. or il for (5. with every t& order woclvo nwrlitriiRutir- nntoo to euro or refund the money. If you liuvo been unsuccessfully trentcd by olliern nrltotous for ( OaltuI boolc and nrtvlcd FI1ICK anil innntlnn thla apor. AcMro.'sOltir.NTAI , < tl iiKA : I , CO. , E 'top's ' for the U. B. , Xl I Watmnli Avu. , Ctilcouo , 111. foil SAM : IN OMAHA. NIUI. , uv Kulin & To. , Co.r 19th & DotiKlnx hts. J . A , I'ullrr i. Co , Cor 14th & DoiiKlaa Bt. ( A. I ) . Foster & Co , Council lllufji. In. _ Allan Lane itov.u , MAIL sri\Miits. B.ill rvk'ulnrljr ilnrlni winter from PORTLAND to LIVERPOOL Pircct. Cabin fll ) niul ii | > wnnli nc'coml cnbln , < ! ! . Htcurn o at low rntui. No I ATll.i I AllllIKi ) , oi" Nuw York nml ( ilmKOir 1'ortiilKlitlr CnLlntln. Hcoon.l Cnlilnf W. Bloonuo ( 13. Aliplr to ALLAN A ( XI. Chloaxnt II. I ? . .MUIMKWuljuli ) TrkuiOmool . 1'VAII. Ilinlltiatun Tlatji O.llJj We jenil the murrfloun French Ittmc.lr CALTIIOO frrr , auil n Idinl Kuaraiitra that UALTI'OX > t 111 HTOI * ll cli rac Ar Kmlulan CIIIIK Hptrmmlorrl't * . V Hcut Io - l/ie it ani AaJr. . . . VON MOIIL CO. , ftoU In.rUu 1 | U , tlniUitll , Okie. Sore Throat Lameness Sore Ey < Cat Piles Female Complaints8 AND ALL Inflammation Sold only In our own bodes. All druggists , < POND'S EXTRACT CO.,765th Ave.N.Y. Cold Feet Mudo warm by uslnjr TRI Bottles. quart . 75o liqimrt . $1.00 4 qunrt . $1.62 Physicians lions low p NOXI 10 lJ03bllU3/ / . loth stroot. HAVOL nUOBCR CO. "AFIELD REGULATOR . . , CO. - - - w.nrivtri a H Ei aum at KB \ gp u m HOB H H HForlOBTorrAILINO MAKHOOD , iQcneralnna NERVOUS DEDILIIY , i' IWeakiicM of Body a ucl Mind , EfltcU in millofError orExctt e luOlderYounfi ( . .jliull , Aol > lr 9IAMIIIIII > full ) III tlornl. lion lo Knlinf t > 4 BlrCBBlhuiUKik. ! M7P.UKI1 HMIliC l\HA IUinM rdHI ( ib.olulrlr uorillln , IKIUK THPATIK\r-llf0fni. In.d.f , Urn trillf ; from 10 M ( ( f mi.l I urrln | I uuDlrlri. Hrlltbu * . Vftcrlplhe lluck , riiilauatloitanil trourmtllrdif ( ledrrtH ) dtlciii ERIC MCDIOAL , CO. , BUFFALO.H. t' MOORE'S nodfonl , Iowa. Nov. 10 , 1680. Dr. .f. U. Mooru , Dour Sir I tuko grout ploithiiio In Baylujr that your rem edy ( or kidney and "liver troubles , t ! . . 'freo ol Life , is all that you rocomrnoijl it to bo. I sDoalc Irotn porsonnl expo' , | oiicu , having useil it I cnn testify ' Krcnt boiilHuia ! rosullH. Yours rospocb' fully , ANTHOXY JACOIIH , Kvungoll/ MiHro , Trront hifo. apoiltlvo euro ( or Kld- ney and I.Ivor Coninlnlnt and all blood dls- casoi. UouiU pay ( oatiiTor when you can bu L-iired by uslnit Mojru't Tree ol Mfo , thoUroiti 1.1 fo Ueinudy ?