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THE OMAHA DAILY Mil DAY , ,1 2
1 OilAIIA'SlilCn'sCIlOOl CLASS1 Closing Scents of the Course at Boyd's \ Last Night , INTERESTING SUBJECTS DISCUSSED Sixty-Six ° Members 1'nrtlclpnto In the i\rrclic ; l.lut of tlm ( IrailnnU * * Dr. HpnlilliiR's ItcmnrkK Nutci of tlio i\fiiliiK. : _ - . _ _ - _ * 'It is 1191 Iho nrbutua and the early vlo\ol \ of doubtful April which n-ssuro us thnt Rummer has como , but the whole blossoming landscape ami the halcyon nlr of Juno , " sftltl George William Curtis In his admirable oration tion at the silver anniversary of Vn sar college - lego last year , nnd ho might with n verity bavo added "And the presence of sweet faced school girls In graduation gowns of Whlto. " Thu baccalauronto sermon , the legacy of tbo past that lags superfluous on the modern Hinge , hud been delivered on the .Sunday pre vious , class day exorcises with their wealth of memory wcro n fuaturo of the week and the graduates } of the Omaha lllph school cnmo Into lloyd's oporn house last evening wondering how the world had previously gotten along so well with merely Addtsoh ucd Thackeray nnd such lightweights , for they wcro to rend ossuys nnd deliver orations that , wcro tn blnzo the way lor nowroformors nnd now reforms. Thu tho.itcr wiii crowded with the parents and mends of the graduates , Thcro were flowers in profusion upon the since , and Yvhun Iho curtain wont up tha scone disclosed was Inspiriting ton degree , for the finest and bolt cuulppod class over graduated from tha High school was thoronssomblcdloclbso their cliool llfo with appropriate ceremonies. And the grown-up old world , who was a sweat girl graduate oticoupon n time herself , smiled and applauded the efforts of her daughters. To six nnd sixty young men and maids , the latter largely predominate , last night was nn epoch In their history , the stnrilnc point for loftier aspirations , newer lilonls , tlio com mencement oxorclsus of tha Omaha High nchooi. The orchestra hnd played n trio of A selections , with roinlnisceiiso * of Sullivan largely In the nsrondnnt , although tiuppu nnd Wlcgnnd gnvo n classical lingo to tlio work of the orchestra , then Miss Harriet M , Osgood toolt the center of tl.o stipe nnd road Ihu opening essay of the program , pleasantly latltletl "Modern Tendencies. " All Wuro Interested. lleforo her was n house full of people who had come out to witness the closing exercises ot four years in the High school ; behind her were a hnlt dozen or moro rows of pretty , bright-ojcd , fresh-faced yo'ttngvomen ar rayed in nil the brilliancy of the modiste , with here nnil there n modern young Loch- invar to glvo n soupcou of interest to the class ntui proven I It from being regarded us purely n class of girls. Thii essayist approached her subject with n confidence that was delightfully refreshing ing- , for sue it new what the tendencies of modern Ufa were , nnd although but n school girl she gave buck no uncertain sound as to the vli'os which confronted the nation. And Ehu read with tbo conviction of thu reformer n well written , carefully thought out essay ol tbo trend of sentiment In this realistic nge. "Modern tendencies , " said this bright , - -well equipped young gradnafo , "is such ft * lorrlfylng subject ! Ono quakes with the - dread of n bad quarter of nn hour vis-n-vis to this blank ojod monster. There Is evolution , hypnotism , culture , criticism , lioslonlantsn nnd many another Ism , but the tooth thai bites the hardest Is socialism. Karl inrx- , Bellamy , Henry Georpo , John Quinn , nio names which wo nil know , if wo know no tnoro of them than their names. " Then with dainty fooling she spoke ot the lltaraturo of the ago anil xrith artistic taste laid : "Instead of a tender thrill at the Idea of a Wattcau young'lady In whlto and plnl nnd satin slippers walking with u yellow coated lover over Iho dow sparkling gr.iss on n fresh May morning , wo shudder nt the thought of what colds In the head uoih wll have before night , A piano duet , "Overture to Zampa,1 MISNCS Axford and Spctiuan , broke the how of eloquence anil gavu the audience a plcusan sensation that Iho clas ; of ' 92 of the Omaha High school hnd not con lined all Its attan tlon to the conjugating of Greek verbs in nil and the solving of problems In Euclid Jt was dulighltullv plnyei ) , nnd merited th npplnuso It received. "What I'ost. " an cssny by Ml s Jessl Bridge , gave that young lady an opporlunitj to mount her Pegasus nnd drive the cobweb from the sky. "Fashion. " said abe , "is n Thing of the head , not of the heart ; it I Heeling , not abiding ; mlnils may change but hearts arc true. And so wo who ar tonight about to launch our ships upon th troubled son of llfo may turn with bet ! pleasure and profit and recall once moro th tory of tlm bravo old admiral who launchoi his ship 400 years ago sailed westward In that other 'IK ! nailed ns wo sail , out on an unknown sea , stilled as wo hope to sail In triumph to the goal. " Miss Sophlo IJullnholmcr recited with nulot , yet thoroughly dramatic force , ' 'Tho * -unn Song , " tiy Droplet , a line bit , of de- nptivo writing , eminently sultoa for Just euch graduating exercises as this was. "Our Countrj'H 1'uturu. " Mr. J. Scott Brown brolto the spell which the jouug women had cast over tbo nudl- cuco by delivering a well written oration upon "Our Country's Future , " the speaker finding In ttio November clcotloni In Now York a menace to American lluerty and her Institutions which required the most skillful care In Its handling thnt tlio fuluro might bo secure. "Tno Monotononcs , " nn allegory , was brightly pictured ny Miss Helen Clark Smith , who wont oulsldo tlio usual limit ations of the essayist to point u moral and ndoru n tnle. It was out of tha oidlunry , for it told in wcjlchosen phrnso the story of mon nud woman who grown dissatisfied with tbo world Ionized for an island of rest which was found In tha Island of.Monotouy. and. Ttliich grow so monotonous eventually to the Inhabitants thnt thov weru glad to desert It lor the world nud work. "Toussatnt L'Ouvorturo. " a declamation by Luther M. Lclsenrlng , was llnoly recked , the young gentleman qulto cutcnlny the iplrlt of the stirring story of a hero anil a mnrtv r. MIcses Towno and Strong played "Italy" by MosikowsKl very prettily , showed good technique and line tempo. ' Miss Gnicn M. Hughes , n quiet , dignified , fount ? woman In n gown of wblto mullo , Which was the tjpo of gown worn bv nil the class , told of "A Neglected H > ! ro , " which , In tbo cotlfdO of thu essay ptoveil tn bo discon tent , a ruthor formidable chnrr.ctcr to clintn- ploit by a tin tie soldo young woman , 1 "AmbitionOUM the laurels , " snld Miss HuebfH with excellent discrimination , "and thu mednU , hut what would moro ambition havu nci-ompllHheit unless urged nnd spurred on by discontent. My hero forces pcoplo to do Bomoihlng to bolter their conditions in llfo. Ho has donu moro for the world than ambitlun , fur ambition strikes the Iron while it is hot , discontent itnhni the iron until It It hot. " Then , show- lug u thorough grasp of her subject , the young lady uavu Instances of what discon tent had accomplished In moulding the world's hlstoiy. fane apokn of Francis , Huron , of lieu Jensen , of Abraham Lincoln of John Wesley and shotted how , through" discontent , thuv bad tiejd now paths In Ufa. It was u moritotloiis ossuy end received tbo thoughtful coiiulduiutlou of the audlenco present , "A Man und n LonJor of Mon , " was tlio lubjvcl of Henry T. Clark , ir.'i , oration nnd torimnntod the speech making on tbo part of the class.Yhlia In tbo nature of n valedic tory tnoro was no allusion mitdo to the tlmo. honored fact , "You stepped upon IhU plat- font ) Loys und girls , you Mill depart from It men und women. " There was nothing in the oration tending , tn bring n pant'of regret to the members of the class , for it has bnon Iho pollur of Mr. Lewis not to allow sulutatcrlcs und valodlc- torlo * . A parting * oug , ' 'fJood Night , " by Lo He , wua rendoiTd by ulargo ntuubur of thu grad- uutei , after which Dr. S , 1C. Hpauldlng , proklilont of thu lioardof Kducatiou.spokous follows , the class atunding as the president nollvered his parting words ; Adlierlun tu the prlnclplns. It nut the ox- prtH.Moni of my prodoi-eskors. wuha\u to pro- jont to you thiii wvutnit thu lnrii > sii nnd bout , the iui > 8t brlllluut and ucconiplUhod ulum over nndmtcfl from the Omaha High school . 'Ilild liuitiij 'in tun of program. ourpathway bMnjt Htby thoiKcumulMed riiy of pro ed- \ni \ I'cnliK , wn must stjind on ndvnnoo.l croun 1 each succeed Inc yoirorour lines will be swuot by tliu onfntndlng nres ot Ignorance und superstition. \VfmlthuOiimhi Hlzli school liM ftccom- pushed M a matter of rcfonl an < l , vo . the founders ana pntrnnsof the school , uro ru- sponilblo for It. What It will acronipliih In the ftltiiro do ponds not altogether oil the corps of touchers employed , nnr on thos ! o of tlio building or thp bounty of thocniiipus. but us intioli on ihonnrncst support ami Intolll- cent co-operation of the citizen * . To you. the irriuhmtltm dnss of ' 02 , It Is a pleasure to con- KMitulntQ you on your attainments , If > ou have Improved your opportunities by diligent stiiily , you may wcllotpoet to become - como ao'iiethlng tnoro than nn avorauo mnn or woiniui , provided voii contlnuo to bo u stttilont nil your life. It Is the average blisl- nrss mnn that falls. The avor.iRo pronchcr docs not know the difference bcnvtcn perspiration and lmilrn- | tlon. "If thoro's thunder In his volco anil nothing In his pate. . . If ho only lion Is and sweats , the people think he's Rroat. " The avotatro doctor ( lees not know the dif ference holm-en Ihoceroboliiln and the Slorra Nuvmln , in id the u vertigo voter could nut tell you thudlircrcnco between the MoKlnley bill und our own rove red "HulTiilo Hill , " Don't bo n iixcrtiirc , bu Hotnothliu more. Therolsatiold Ilr.ihmlnlo lofjond that says .ho nmtorlat util\er o was created by one of : lie smaller ( rods. Tliat a common inisol poo- iloil thu uarth with nil in living oroiiturns , j.ut that nil the million doitloi of tlio I'un- tlicon weru lallcd toKethor und unllud tlio labor of their minds to cionto that moat iTomloi ful nin , the youth of mnn. Thulptfcnd goes on tostnto that anV one of the KOds hnd the po ur to cruuto miiturcd , urown up man , but thoeli inn ami Kriuoiliul oatitv of youth iuiltrcd | their combined . When they hnd completed their task they Bitwwhntu huzirdouH work they hud per formed moro ( .Morions than tlmlr uniiltliiuilon lad plotured but moro pcrllom thiin llfo .tsulf. and the pods debutcil for l.tOJ yours whether they should confer thU wonderful Klft n pun the human raoo. Afli-r HiMrdbuUlon was mndo they so'it a company of anucls tn the earth toconforupon nan this great boon , I'IIL * IUIKUIS , hiivuiff completed th'jlr task , mil imvlnttnrr.iycil before them a uruatcom- inuiy ( if yoiint men and maidens said , "Now yon h.ivo youth , what are you Bottii to do with It ? " I'lius'itnn vulupt tieliu and re-echo down through tlio ujif. ! nrd to Ions as tlino shall last the miu.o question will bo heard , "Now you have youth , what uro yim RolnR to ilt ) with It ? " Tlionvtrnvftcanco of oriental expressions no noted , hut the truth iittoxprcssua In this ovcnd C'linnot bo ( ] iieatlonci ( , The rosponsl- illlty of > onth Isgtuntur lhan that the impels nivo to e.irry. I houuitluy of the nvc < rise man or woman liscttli'd befoui their twi-ntyllfth year , lly this tlino thov lin\u ulcuti'il their fnturu pio- fusslun. They have llxed their soulal stand- in ir. They h tvoohosun tlmlr iibldlns pliiuo. Thiiyhaxii beooinu hlcntlllcd with political and rollulom ( UL'nnl7Mtloii3. Thuy have llxod tliolrinoMt.il and moral habits. Thi'&oji omentsiuo noticed by these with whom you vomo In contact , and In this way you pa > s sentence on youiioUi'S who thor your cartMir shall bo brilliant or obscures happy or miserable. ' In the days that have now pissed you have only laid the foundation , the sunorstinetnro will bu nohlr , stately and Krand If In thu woik you ha\udurm and that which H 10 fol.vwy.Mi cnmplv stilctlv with the spoi'lllcatlons of tno Divine Architect- Then the orchestra played n march nnd the fine looking class passed up to Principal Homer Lewis , who conferred the diplomas upon the graduates nud the class of ' 02 of the Omaha High school passed out into the world to become promoters of llfo. The graduates were : Vivian Alvlson , Ida AjJfori ) , Margaret Bennett , Lilian Benson , Elizabeth Brohm , Jo lo Beverly. Josslo Bridge , Klnorn Brooks. Georgia Brutinor , Mnry Buck , Sophie Bullnholmor , Mabel Uolby , Harriet Chamberlain , Margaret Col- vln. Nora Dnuchnrty , Cor.i Gosnoy , Carrlo Gruff , Clnrn Glloert. Kiltie Hajjor , Blanch Hnmmond , Lidlo Hnrpslnr , Knilo Heolau , Margaret Hooj , Nolllo Holmes , Grace Hughes , Myrtle Hughes , Suslo Iluntoon , L. Johnston , lilllo Larson , Kltlio Lawrence , Cora McCandllsh , 1'earl McCumber , Mar garet MoKcll , Nolllo McLalu , Ida Mover , Borlhn Newman , Hnttln Oborfoldar , Hattie Osgood , Emma Osgood , Zadio Packard , Alma Poturs , Minnie Ucod , EdnaHobortson. Mabel Simon , Hassle Skinner , Annottu Smlloy , Helen C. Smith , Clara Spatman , Lorona Stecco , licna Strnnp , Ada Swan , Mary Swatisou , Cora Swanson. Josslo Towno , Miiud Wallace. Grnco Van dor Voort , Amy Watts , William Bnrtlott. J. Scott Brown , Arthur T. Carter , Henry Clarke. Frank Dot- woller. Louis ICdwurur , Bon Ginsberg , Luther M. Lolsouring. Alfred Peterson. AT ST. CATIlittINr.'i : > ACAUUJIY. l'l Young I.atllcs ( iniiliintrtt by ThU Well ICnoix n School. The fifteenth annual commencement and distribution of prices at St , Cuthertne's academy on Cass street took nlnco yostcrday , unil was attended by a largo assemblage of friends and patrons of the school. This wortfty school has boon ono of the pi on cor Institutions of learning in Omaha. Many 'of the brightest young ladles of the city have received a part or all of their school ana college training within the walls of this popular academy. Its annual com mencements are always the occasion of many pleasant memories and genuine congratula tions. The blstors of Mercy , who have ctiarca of the school , bavo boon exception ally successful in graduating pupils who have been a credit to the institution. Fully half nn hour bcforo the commence ment exercises began yestoruuy uftornoon the parlors of ttio ncadomv were thronged wltb tbo friends and acquaintances of the llvo young ladles who were to complete the courio and rocolvo the rewards of their faithful and continued mental toll. Bishop Scanndl favored the school with his pres ence and a largo number of the prlosts of the city were also in attendance. At ! I:30 : tbo i visitors wcto invited to the assembly room i on the second lloor and the very excellent program of lltctnry ucd musical exorcises was begun. JViiturt'H of the L'roffram , llio salutatory was pi von by Miss Kntlo Husb nnd was a very creditable production. The sentiment and the manner of ilolivor.v wcro In perfect keeping with tno occasion , nnd the young lady was heartily applauded at tbo conclusion. A lauubing chorus by twelve young ladies was cuurinliiKly done. Miss Swiss Klllotjt road n very clover essay of "Shining Thrones of the licaru" Stio dwelt particularly upon the Intluoucu of woman in the American homo. Her thoughts \\orofrcsh and elevating nna her manner of presenting what , she had to say wai excep tionally entertaining. Missus E. and C. Crolphton. A , Keller nnd M. Methane guvo a very satisfactory exhibi tion of tholr skill on tbo piano. Thuy played n Ulnicult quartet In excellent stylo. Three pretty young ladles , Mlssou Me- Gavonk , liush and Gallagher , sang "When the 1'ratty BIuo Birds Sing , " In u manner that uvoUctl enthusiastic applause. Miss Mary McUavoclc ontortnlucd the nudlonco with n clover recitation of the familiar poem "Moiu's Waters. " The duo by MIsaos Civianton and IColler was ono of the most ploaiingnumbars on the program. Their playing showed grajt skill and a thoroughness of teaching qulto unusual for young artists on tbo piano. Tlio elocution class gnvoati exhibition drill In calisthenics and doUartoan exorcises. Thev received closu attention ana u round of applause as u reward lor luoir excellent drill. MUs M. McGuvock , Miss Uush , Miss S _ Elliott and Miss A , Keller .snug "O Swallow , Hnppv Swallow" very sweetly nnd were liberally applauded uttliu close. Kniuo rri'inliniiH A .iritnil. Tbon bonio premiums were distributed as follows : Floral crowns and rosatto ? for ox- cellunco were given to MUs A , Lymun , Miss G. Kusb , Mi s Lillian KoclioforJ , Miss Luov Frenzor. Mi < a Mury Morrison and Muster Jnmos Uiley. Floral honors were distributed among the following : Misses McGnvock , Hush , A. Hush , M. Cassldy , McShano , MIoShano Kollcr , U McGavock , Mary M S nine , O | Unllngher , E. Morrison nn 1 U G illnchcr. The visitors were tlion deligbtoJvlth a chorus by the vocnl class In n very pretty selection called "The Night Song. " MUs Magglo Hush road an cssav on "Unit nn Hour with the Pools" that elicited favor able comment from nil these proient. A quartette , consisting of Misses E. Crclshton , U , Husb , M. IColler nnd M. Mo- Shnno , produced the "Gallop Drllllanto" in n manner quilo satisfactory. The subject of an ossav by Miss Mary Coleman was "Patriotism , " and she proved that she thoroughly underJo4d the essential elements ot the thomo. . A mandolin and piano quartette \vns xvoll done by Misses H. Crclguton , A. Keller , A. Hush nnd A. Uroighton. "Tbo WrecK of the Hesperus" was rooltcd In concert by eight young Indies , nnd the nudlonco approved of the effort m liberal applause. Misses E. Crelglilon nnd A. Keller rendered n duet on the piano In n captivating manner , The distribution of books for study , at tendance , Cbristlan doctrine , vocal music , fancy work , plain sowing , painting and in strumental inuslo were than distributed. Miss Anita Keller took the Ilrst i-romltim. Acmlrmlo Honors Conferred , After some morn tnuslo the academic bailers ors to tbo graduating class wore distributed. They consisted of gold crosses and laurels nnd were bestowed upon the following young Ihdlos composing the graduating class : Miss Mury McOavock , Miss UI < iniCroignton4Mlss Mary Colcnmn. Miss Mnrgniot Hush and Miss Ulllott , Miss Clara Crelghton , the vnlodlctovlnn , read an essay on "ThoScholars' tlopo" that brought the program to a close nnd which showed ripe scholarship nnd ciiroful prepara tion. tion.A A closing song by the graduates was heartily enjoyed by nil. Tte visitors then congratulated the mem bers of the class nnd spent some time In look ing at the artistic work of the pupils. This was ono of the most piosporous years in the history of the academy and the future for the school looks brig at 7r.i.UiYS xiu : SCHOOL \ Why Contractor Smith's lloiiiUmcn Itofiuio tol'ay Ills l.tahllltlK * . Lixcnt.x , Neb. , Juno 1 , [ Special to 'inr. ' Bni : . ] The First and K street school liouso trouble will not down. The school board lot the contract about two years ago to I. N , Smith for ? 3OUO. Smith completed the building , but shortly afterwards ho lottjtho town with an indictment for taking another man's lumber hanging over his bead. Ho failed to pay n number of bis material men , and recently Pay too Bucknor , who had the contract for the plastering , began suit niralnstSmlth's bondsmen , A. & . PalmerW.C Lane , O. P. Dlngcs nnd M. H. Hooltor. This Is regarded ns a test case. The bondsmen this morning hied tholr answer in the district court reviewing tbo case , nnd claiming a number of technical dofonsos. Ono rather sensational charge is made , however , against the school board , which had the matter In charge. They claim that they uro released from any liability on tbo bond bocnuso of the fact that lu violation of law the school board failed to hold tbo 15 per cent reserve fund to secure material men , 'but "wilfully , unlaw fully ana negligently paid out and squan- dcicd the appropriation without exorcising duo caution. " Kx-Maynr Grnham'a Libel Suit. Ex-Mayor U. B. Graham , who some weeks ago sued the Sun Publishing company of this city for S20utK ) damages on account of alleged llbolous publication , Jilcd an amended petition today. The Sun bad de murred to the former petition because It did not state that Graham had ever been mayor , auu this poltit was oustaincd. In his nmoiidod petition Air. Grabam merely sues thu Sun Publishing company as a corporation and A. P. S. Stuart , tbo banker backer , per sonally. The suit Is the outgrowth of an article published In tbo Dally Sun some tlmo since in which it was charged that Air. Gra ham bad accepted money from the gamblers of the city during his term of oluco. An in teresting fact in the former petition , but which b eliminated from this ono , Is that. A. H. Weir , the present mayor , was made n party defendant. In his petition tiled totfay Mr. Graham alleges that A. P. S. Stuart wrote or caused to bo written and published the article in question. Is'fiw Klcutrlo I.lno. A movement was Inaugurated In this city today for the construction ot an electric rail way to connect the city of Lincoln with tho"several pUasuro resorts nnar this place , The proposed line will roach Lincoln park , Sulton lake nnd Cushiuan park. It will b twelve miles In length , and the cars will b propelled by the storage battery system Tbo managers of the several resorts wil assist In the enterprise , and the stock will b tnkon by local capitalists. T'ho uocessity fo such a line is apparent , for the dally attend nnco"at these resorts during the heated term roaches into the thousands. At preaon Stilton lake can bo reached only by hacks o private conveyances , and Cushman park by surburban railroads. The estimated cos will b' . $50OOJ. Sued Tor llnivy Dnumcoa. Some time ago the American Biscuit Man ufacturing company , which operates the cracker factory in this city , was sued for f-JO.OUO damages by James Esters , who bad lost an arm In the dough mtxor wbilo In the employ of the company. The company Hied Its answer In district court.this uftornoon in which It alleges tbat the machinery was in perfect working order at the time the nool- ilont occurred and tbat there was no ncgli- gcnco on Its part. But that Esters caro- Icssly thrust bis band Into tno cogwheels whllo talking to a follow workman. l.lucoln In Uriel. Over ISO teachers are enrolled at the Lan caster county teachers' institute , now in ses sion at the court house. The county convention of the people's la- dependent patty will bu bold in this city to morrow forenoon. The residence of W. H. Boyer nt Eleventh and C streets was entered by burglars last night and Mr. Boyor's cash account Is short consequence. Snntro Xoinnil Training .School. Nioniuia , Nob. , Juno 23. [ Special to TUB The Suntoo Indian normal training school begins Its closing exorcises today with tbo following program : I'M p. m. , class room exorcises ; Friday , 0 a. m. and : : ( ) . m. , class room oxercUos ; evening , principal's reception ; Saturday evening , Chrlbtlan Endeavor society ; Sunday evening - ing , 7UO , Young Men's Christian association ( Indian ) ; Monday , a p. m , . Industrial expo sition ; D0 ; : ! p. m. , parade of cadets ; evening- , -literary exercises , which comprise a very good selection. This Is the second largest Indian s chool in the United States and the original one of Its kind. Doing under the able guidance of Its founder , Hov. Alfred LI. Higg.-t , U.D. , nnd supported by the American Missionary association. Surlmuly Ipjnrud , BKATIUCE , Nob. , Juno S3. [ Special Telo- ijratn to Tin : BEK. ] Mrs. Hester A. Potts , aged bO years , one of the earliest pioneers of this section , was tripped up by u carpet nt her homo ten miles west ot this city yester day und sustained u badly broken thigti. it is ibouirht she cannot survive her injuries owing to her ndvaucou ago. Ni'lmntlm'a Death Hull. BEITUICB , Nob. , Juno K ) . [ Special Tele gram to THU Bun. ] Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson , need O'J yours , for thirty-four years a rosl- dent of Gugo county , dlod at her homo twclvo miles iiortnoastof this city this morn ing. Tbo deceased was u member of tbo well kuowu Pothoud family of this section. Highest of all in-Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report © Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken : it is pleasant y i * / LI x. At. _ i i _ _ . . . .1 _ JM _ . sys- torn effectually , dispels colds , head- nclics and fevers and cures habitual , constipation. 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Call upon or address wilt llnrap , DRS. fiETTS & SHTTS , 110 Soutli Mth St.lN.K Corner Mth and Dou la Sti TIRE About the Columbia I'liouniiitio Tire It wuiira ' 1'uhtod to two hundred pound * uhovo rldluc prosinro A uoinpound tuho of rithhors vuli-unUed with c.mv.is liiyors Kach pitrtRiruiiKthcnliiH tha othiiri Oruut- unt rimUtiiiicu to puncturu Jlost ro.lllunt n > iid tire rruodimi from Inolnif. wrifiilnv uiiQuthoruuj ftlon.ihliiiolnt ThohlKlioit uradu tire ot kulontillu BlinpllcUy Aluo- lutuiy Kuuruntcud fur u yuur. All nuout It nnd Ooluiuhla'a cyoluj In our book ulinutt'olunihluM , iroo on application taauy Culuiulilu UKonU nriont liy niiill for two two-cent , btiunpi I'opo > lf . to ) , 2JI Uoluinbiu Avu. , Jloatou. DON'T ' GET If a good sensible republican happens to meet you on the street and tells you "Ben Harrison will be re-elected assure as the sun shines , " don't get hot. If a rockribbed'democrat insists on cornering you , and in ex cited tones informs you that "Grpver Cleveland will do Ben up so hard that he'll never be heard of again" don't get.hot. If an honest old "Alliance Farmer" catches you in his strawberry patch , and tells you that "General Weaver will dispense public patronage from the White House after next March , " don't get hot. If somebody happens to tell you that the "Nebraska Central" will never be built -or that your pot company drilled like a lot of old cows don't get hot. coo Under all Circumstances keep your temper come down to the stora some day this -week and buy a fine black alpaca coat Tor seventy-l'iva cents or a fancy brilliantine coat for a dollar and a Yeddo straw hat , like the hat fellows sell for a dollar1 twenty-five , for eighty cents and some very fine balbriggan underwear ( cool weight ) atjthirty cents ( the forty-five cent kind ) a fine negligee shirt that's -worth dollarnahaf , for ninety cents and a silk grenadine Windsor for a quarter and a Guyot style suspender for a quarter and silk embroidered socks fora quarter , Then put on a pair of old slippers and a pair of ventilated pantaloons , find an inviting hammock get a good cigar and - two's company , Great WBBk-This-For Geol Stuff , Superior n.lTanUcru far educating oucb ; Musical nnd Art department ! lilclicM order ; teacher * of tlio trst American nnil KuropCRii culture ; Urge nnil trnutlful Rrounilt ; now tiullillnRii , mom * well Tontllntej , llglitcd bf eat. Oponn boiitombcr 7tb. For cataluKur mMrtM Itor. T.V. . IlAKIIirrr , I'rcs. CULUHIIIA , MO , GOLI.EG-E GS.AMMASS , SCHOOL Is licInB thorouclily rellttcd with tlm boit san itary plumbing , bteam hoatlnjt nppiirntua. Spicluus , well ventlluU'il durinltorUs Iho liustof O'iro nnd Instruction , Kill turm begins ituclnu i , Wls. "MEN WHO NEVER DRANK any thing but Sour Mash are now calling for Cream Pure Rye" is the statement made by a liquor merchant operating three of the largest bars in the west. This is not strange when you consider that the purest , richest , smoothest and most wholesome whiskey produced iq America is Call for it and talte no other. For sala at all first-class drinking places and drug stores. 14 DALLEMAND & CO. . JNTAJlllHJIKl > IH5H. gMo Spring Attachment Nn Uumo Motion Not I'nlontcil , A. xT. SIMPSON Munufacturor of HIGH GRADE CARRIAGES , THAT IS A Fine Ranch of yours. Youhavevorkel \ hard for it , haven't you ? It wasn't worjth a dollar an acre wlien you settled on it , and now you would'nt take fifty. How long do you ex pect to live on that place ? Would you be surprised if some railroad land agent org claim jumper shoulJ come along some day and tell you to move on ? Unless you have a patent on recod you are not safe perhaps not then. Why don't yqu ask The Bee Bureau of Claims to look into your title and get you a patent that will stick ? THE Bee Bureau , of Claims AM US EM ENT S Farnam St , Tluatre LAST WEEK. DODD OPERA CO. , IN "OlAlVEXTTB" Alatlnco Wednesday and Saturday. WONBEHiLAim Week CominonclnsJ uno "Oth. BIJOU OPERA 00 OH OWEET OH 170OTI.IGHT 01 - iU FAVORITES. ' First half of wcok , "MIKADO. " Lnut half of weak , "MASCOTT. " _ ST110NU CAbT. Al < Ij faTAHS. Ono Dlrao to Alt. Seats , B and 10 Cunts MAYER , STROUSE&.HFRS.4IZBWAY.H.Y.I PROPOSALS FOH FILLING LQ\V STRKETS AND ALLEYS. Honied priipoaalH will bo rocoho.l l > r tha inidnrilRiiud until I MO o'clock. July 1. IblU , for fllllnucurluliilowHtruots und alloys lociitod us follows : Grant.Rtreot , botwuon Slth nnd 25th streets ; alley In bloulc T , I'ntrlcltV.'ml uddltlnii ; Miiiilo struut , butwuuii "llh and 27th Htrootf , S.ith Htrcet , liotwcun MnjJlii and north line of A. H. I'atrlclt'H uildltloiij./ilh street , batwoon Muplo nnd Corby HtiuotH , nnd ulluy In blook II , lluw thorno audition. All In the city ot Omaha. Huld low purls of Btrejls und llo > a liivln been dcuhtrod n nulsunco on nc'coiintol Hti : - nnnt wiitor thereon hy n conciirrunt rutolu- tlon of the tnnyor nnd ulty council iiiulor duto of May. lb'J. Such llllliiK to bo doiii ) In nccnrdnncn with thu liiMtruothins of thu Ito.ird of I'ubllr Worlo ami Ulty HnKlnuur , IlIdH will ho insulo nn nrlntod blnnl s fur nished hy the board nnd to bo iircompm- Ii'd bv nucrtlllod ulioak In the sum of wHOJ p.iyublu to thocity of Omiiliu. .iis 1111 uvldunou of noo-1 fulth The bo.iid reserves thn rlzht to reject any or all bids mi 1 wulvii dufucts. 1' . W. IIIKKHAUBKU. aiiiilrinnn Uoirdof i'ublla Worlii. Omaha , June2lrd. IbU.1. J l-'Jl-r ) . SEWEU PROPOSALS. Healed prupoi'jU will bo rucoU''d by tlio un- oiBl nud uiilil liilU o'olool ; p. m , , July 1st , IS ! ) . ' , fur cnustruullnx the miiln nuni-r upon siir.iKiMBtic'iit from iJlHt to .Tth Ktroots und the L'omii cllni ; ( Ir.iln dltulii's on LTth und 'list Ntruots In thu city of Uinuhii , us iicr phins prcpurud by thci city unslnoor und -Kloptcil hy the city council , said plnnsniid spuclllcullons biilni : nn Illu In the ulllco ot thu lluiird of I'uli- llu WorUu. llacU pmixis.il to bo mudo nu printed bliinUH ftiniiblit-il by the liour.l. : ind to bo uu- conipunlcd by u curtlllod chnclc in thu Hum of t.VH ) . puynblu U > the oily nfUmuhn , uHuvlUonco of ouil fulth , Thu hoard insorvus the right to reject any or all blda , und to wiilvu dofcicls. I' . IV. IlIltk'IIAUHKIt. Ohnlrmun lluiird ot 1'uhllu U'orKn. Omahu , Nub , Junu lUrd , letrj. Jii-'l-'i-.T. Or tli I.l4intr Habit l' < i Ul 'ly Curcil by u < luiliiUt4-rliii ; l r. HuliuV ( jolilru niHTlilr. It can be Rtvcn In a cup of oallce or tea , or In fool , without tlie kaowlodce otlho patlcnl. It U obiolulely baruleiu , and vrill etfoot u iiermitnent and rtpocOy ourp. nbolbor the paileut It a noderata drinker or ua atoobollo wreck. It lias becoulveu In luousandi of oancr.nudln every Inxancea perfect euro liulol. lowed. It never Kull * . TlioaynlrinoucttllnprrftitaleU Hrltb tlio Cpeoifl0.ll become * aa utter Impouiiblllty far Ilia liquor uppalltl , to cildt. UOI.IIKN M'iflKlt : ! ) til. , hrop'rl. t'liielmiBtl , O. 8-pa o book of n"rtlmiUr * ( rev. 7'o t > liad of Kului A Co , , ISIhnnd HoiiKlaa hla. , litliand CuuilnKbtH. Whulujaiu , Itlaku , llruru& I ) anl itu iirJu.i U'at Uu. , Clmanii.fteb HAVE YOU FILED YOUR 11 \ CLAIM YET ? You'd-better not waste any more time if you expect to get anything ; from the gov ernment Unless you put your claim on record before March 3 , 1894 you will never have another chance. It takes time to put an ap plication in shape , and there is not a bit of spere tima left Whatever you have lost by the Indians , under the conditions described in the law , can be recovered if you go about it in the right way. The BSQ Bureau of Claims knows just how to go to work. Write and find out. THE Bee Bureau of Claims Omaha , Neb. GN ! ! CO. 1512 Douglas Street , Omaha. Western As outs Wright & : Dltton's TENNIS GOODS. UI2AOII BAHK HAIjIj. OOOD3. A full line of Ronornl Athliitlc Uoodx. GYMNASIUM GOODS IIiumiiocliK. HaUiInc HnlK Koot HullH. Indian UlulH. Dumb llullc. ( touts , Nuts , hulnos , Kluo Kishliix 'J'acklc , ijtu. , oto FLAGS and FIRE WORKS Sono for ontnlnxii" nnil prices. Hjiueliil ut- tciition Klvun to in. i Frank Cross Gun Co. , 1B12 Douylas Streoi. TUB SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO is via the Chicago , Milwaulces &St.Paul R'yi a3 represented on this mao. Electric Lighted , Steam Heat ed Vestibuled trains leave Omaha daily at 7:05 : p. in. , ar riving at Chicago at 9:15 : a. m , City Ticket Olhce : .1501 Far nam St. , Omaha. F. A. NASft , Gen'l Agent.