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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , JUNE 21 , 1892.
NO MORE ORDERS FOR DIXOS Attorney General Miller Seals the Soldier's Fate With a Telegram. TALK WITH THE CONDEMNED PRISONER Ho Snj-n Ho'VVIIl ( llvo HID MCo for Army I'rcjiullco nnil Not to n llninnnd of I.iiiv nr .1 inline \Val Ho Ilctrnycil ? The lust Kllmmcrlng ot hope thnt moy have lingered In the mind of Clinton E. Dlxon tit to the probability of soourlns a commutation of scntcr.co from the president of thn Umtnd States WM dUpallod today nt noon by n mossngo from Washington , In order to know whether , the preparations for the execution should bo continued Mar- thai yinugtitor sent n lologr.im to Attorney ( Jenornl Mlllor Wednesday night asking for Information with regard to tlio nttltudo of llio hlgLost authority of the nation touching tlio case. In response to hli telegram the marshal received the following yesterday : Tlrmlforcl 1) ) . Slnunhtcr , United Suites innr- fliiil.Onmlm , Neb. No tilrllior orders In rcfur- cnco to UllntonE. Dlxon. MIM.KII. Attorney Uunor.il. All that now romairs to bo done In the cnsu is the cnactmnnt of the Inst ghastly rites. 'J ho storkntio bns boon completed , the gat- lows erected nnd everything put In rondluoss for the springing of tlio Instrumant of death. The scaffold , which Is too smnll by one-hull for a neat nnd unhampered job.stiuuls facing the kitchen door of the jail , and as If In mocitcry hns been painted a dcop maroon. Thirteen steps , the Ill-favored number , lead to the platform , commencing nt the bottom step descending from the jail door , nnd tbo \vholo Is inclosed In c tight board tmllsado. 1 he only Ingress the Hunt of heaven will sot to tbo contlnos of this dismal pen Is by way nf the skylight Immediately ubovo the trap. 'J'tio ' whole concern Is of very clicumscribcd llmlto and will admit of but few spectators. Humor * of it Mob. While the authorities take but llttlo stock ID tho' story , they I'uve unquestionably been notified to expect trouble. A mob , It U rumored , has been organized , it the ex pression goes , for the purnoso of assaulting the Jiul and demolishing stockade and Bcaffold. It IB the determination , If possible , EO runs the Information received , to prevent the execution , nnd as n precautionary moas- tire n strong force will bo on guard until after tbo banging Is over. A UIB reporter spent an hour with the condemned man yesterday morning. Father lUggo had Just loft him and bo was fairly bubbllne over with animal spirits , seam- ingly as happy and hopeful as Is within the i.copo of curlhly possibility. ISO ono would liuvo dreamed that at high noon today this touching nnd apparently cavcloss boy is to bo ushered into the presence ot his maker. But it must not bo Inferred from this statement thnt there Is anything of the brag gadocio or dcllant In his demeanor , for there Is not. Ho has made tils peace with man and God , and realizes fully and cornulotolv that thcso are his last hours of life. Ho wel comed the reporter with u chcory smile , and nn attempt nt a handshake , nna entered into the spirit of conversation that followed with n keen zest that showed ho was glttd of an opportunity to thus occupy the Hooting moments. .Ho anid thnt the peed fothorbad boon with him to keep him from gottlng lonesome , and that during the afternoon the priest would cnil npnin , together with Bishop Seauncll , for the purpose of ndralnUtoring tbo rites of confirmation. Not Aim hi to Die. "No , " said ho , In response to n question , " 1 tiuvo not given up all hope , and 1 will hot as long as I am nllowed to llvo. You know the old saying Is wboro there's life there's hope , and it holds good in my case the same n : with nil othqr unfortunates. But I am perfectly prepared for the worst , and will meet It like a man. Of course I may not ho as calm in the llnal moments as I am now , for the man was never born who could boldly walk to his death , knowing the exact minute vplmost that bis Ufa was to end , without flinching a llttlo. and I will probably prove no exception to the rulb. I do not know what my fcolingh will bo Just then , and If I did I wouldn't know how to desurlbo thorn. I do know , though , that 1 nin not n bit afraid to die. Wo bavo all got to dlo some time that is something none of us cnu escape. I dto tomorrow , you the next day , or this afternoon or tonight for all wo know. And what docs it all matter. 1 bavo little to llvo for , and can never bo so well prepared for death again. The manner of my death Is all that troubles me , being that I liuvo to go , nnd still what is there in the disgrace ) U all ends on the trap tomorrow , and can't fol low to whoto 1 mil going. I know I hnvo the sympathy of tbousands of good people , mm my memory- will last about as long as thut of most ordinary men. A weak or ton days , nnd wo are forgotten , unless by n very Tow who may bo ospoulallv closeatid dear to us. " "Would a commutation to Ufa imprison ment plonso you much1" "Oh , yes 1 would accept It gratefully , for , ns I said before , there is always hope In lite. However , It I was absolutely oortalu that my days must be dragged out behind the bars , I would n thousand times prefer to go to my death. " And in his eloquent heroism the boy's eyes thono with tbo light of undoubted tviith , and s ho g'azod through the irons bo looked really handsome. ' The Condemned Mnii'a Story. "You see , " continued Dlxon , "I fool that It Is not Justice that keeps mo hero , but the wrong ; if it hud not been for prejudice nnd perjury , no such fata would bo staring mo in the face. The itory of the crlir.ol Why , haven't you read It ) Not Well , I will toil you , and toll you the truth. This man ( Jurtor bud no use for rolorod people , and ho boasted of having killed a couple In the south , and ho would just ns Icayo kill ono any time as ho would a mad dog , Tlicro win a lot of fast colored women who used to drive- out to the fort o' ivonlngs , und generally they would stop nt my barber shop where tlio boys always con gregated , Ono evening there were two or throu of them there , and Corporal Carter got Into n light with ono of them back of my tbop. I ran out , ho hail her on the ground nnd was kluklug hoi' brutally. I asked what ho meant , if ho Intended tc kilt tbo woman , and I took hold of him nud pulled him away , Ho Bald It wasn't the first ulsgor ho had killed , nnd If I didn't drive them off he'd fix mo. Atyor that the boys came to mo nnd told mo Curter was threatening mo and that 1 had batter look out , us ho was an ugly customer. "This worried ma cnnaldnrablo and tbo next duy I wont to Valentino and bought u half gallon of whisky. 1 gotdrunK nnd when 1 got onclc it nil came up to mo about Carter. That evening wo were nil In canteen drink ing beer , nnu ono or two of tko boys told mo 1 muHt look out for Carter. And as wo talked it over I got wild and Jumping up nld I wus going to speak , to him. I had a revolver , which I had borrowed the day before - fore , to defend myself with. Well , I got up nnd went to his quarters and called him out. Ho camo. too , like a wild animal , and when 1 inw what a rage ho was In I was sorry I hud culled him ; It YTM nil a blulT on my part , you know ; 1 dldu't ' thlnU he would como , auc when ho did , I was scared , " And Dlxon laughed heartily as ho rocnlloi how Ills bluff failed to go. Ho bald the boys had often worked that racket aud it always went , bjt this time It didn't. "Woll , I saw I was lu for It. and for lomothlng bettor to say , I njked him whr ho ttruck that woman , but bo fore I could go * nuy further ho Jumped onto me llko a rnbh doir. He caught ttio llosliy part of my rlgli hand In his tooth ; see hero , tboro's tbo scar yet ; " and DICK , his frinnda call him Dick , put the palm of his hand unto ono of the npnrturoi displaying nn ugly , ragged soar wtioro Indicated ; "nnd ho wouldn't lo xo until ho had bltton tnv hand through am thfouph. Thou I didn't watt , bu romnmbor 1 wni drunk and excited , and . pulled mv gun and that him. Thut l the true history of the caio , and all there is to It I know I do not deserve thu punishment to bo dealt mo , but I bavo nothlug to rorou much to llvo for. " . of I'rl.oii Ufo. "Has the unfavorable news cftusoa any change In your uiodo of orcry-day Ufo ! " "Oh no , I Hin moro thoughtful' , of courio , but am not frlnhtouoned or norvout ut till > \hy , when 1 wai first convicted , I wo to huvo UorrlbU dream * over/ "tt i ft. . TEN . / ) AIJ-IJ. VJ JLP JLJJL U JLJL JLI KJ J TEN All together cleaned us out of our $5 suits , and now we place on sale 400 FROCKS AND SACK 10.00 They are worth up as high as $20 a suit and are in cassimcres , worsteds , cheviots , all new shades , on second counter from front , LOOK AT THE WINDOW. Thin Thin Underwear , 25c garment. Coats and Vests , 5 colors Underwear at $1.00 a Suit , In Mohairs , Serges , Alpacas , regular stores Others ask $2.- ' will ask. $4 for them. For Stainless Black , Brown , Ecru Plaid and Tan Sox , worth 25c. Flannel Coats and Vests , Suspenders ISc , were 35c , Suspenders 25c , were SOc. Only a few left. Our SOG White Shirts are the envy of all. 3OO Pants Colored Shirts SOc , 75c , $1 , up to the finest black silk stripe Shirt at $2.50 that Hellman In Worsteds , Corkscrews and Cassimeres , used to sell for $4. stripes , light colors , blacks , etc. , UP. Biggest Bargain of all 1 WAS NECKWEAR Swiss Conde Outing Shirts , IN ENDLESS VARIETY. .All colors , non-shrinkable. STRAW HATS BOe BEST SILK TIES 28c Omaha never saw such a bargain before. , up. 6Oe TIES 28c 7Be TIES 38c OUTING SHIRTS MAIL. OR.DE.R.S KIL.LE.D- $1.OO TIES SOc All Prices. S night I was olthor belne hung or escaping , ono or the other. Ono night 1 dronmod that escaped and that Ubarlio Lyons was after mo.Vo ran nnd ran and ran , but no could ; ot lust 10 close and no closer , when sad- only I found myself on the roof ot a bi ; , ilgh builaiup. and at lait Cbnrlle was about o grab HID. Them I jumped oft , foot foro- nest , but instead of falling 1 began to fly Iko a blrJ , and looking over my shoulder I lollorod : 'Ob , you can't got mo now , old luyl'andl Uow off somewhere into cpaco , I don't Unow where , " nud Dixbu laughed in ordinately nt tbo ridiculous character of tbls locturnal disturbance. . "Anotbur time , " ho continued , "I dreamed [ was dead. That I was hung. I felt nwful funny , but , of course , cannot toll you how. But I was dead , sure onougb , and can see my self now as I looked all laid out ready for the grave.V hen I awoke I could not toll whether I really was or wasn't. How was that for a drcutul" And again ho 1'aughod. and seemed llttlo llko a roan entering into the valley of the shadow of death. Dlxon snowed the re porter many loUers from friends , and com- rnoos , all of them illlod with expressions bf docp condolence , sympathy and sorrow. The letters from bin old partners in the ranks , ono and alt , denounced in bitterest terms the unjustness of the vordlct accorded him , and unanimously the man Carter was referred to ns a dangerous and disreputable character. If Uixou had boon allowed bU witnesses , many of thotn aver , he would bo a free man today. "Don't fall to eomo and sea me again"said Dick an the reporter arojo to leave him , "you won't ' bavo a chance much longer , nnd you know I claim you a * a friend , for you talked BO kind to mo the night you passed with Ed Noal. " Dlxon Second on Judge Uundy'i I-lnt. Judge Klmor B. Dundy has boon Judge of the federal court tn the territory and state of Nebraska for twenty-eight years. During that time bo has boon called upon to POII- tonco throe men to bo hanged. The ilrst was Judge Cyrus Tater , who killed a man nt Sulphur Springs , a few miles above Omaha , in lb < ) > . Ho was found guilty and sentenced to bo hanged on tlio very spat where bo com mitted the murder. Ho wn- > hanged In ISC'J jit Sulphur Springs In accordance with the s en to : : co. The second man sentenced to bo hanged by Jiulgo Dundy was Adams , the slayer of Crouch , the Oklahoma boomer. Ills case was referred to.Hulgo Uundy for flnnl action , and from Judge Dundy ha received a sen tence of death , but ho finally secured a now trial , and was sent on the second trial to the penitentiary on being convicted of man- Dtxon will be the second man hung by order of sentence from JIIURO Dundv's court. A long list of criminals have gene to the penitentiary from Judge Dandy's court , but the throe given hero are all thut have boon given the severest sentence for which tbo law provides , Uutruyod by Ills Comrades. A mnn who ha-J doallnei with D.xon In an otllcinl capacity , and who has watched the ciuso closely , said yosterdav i 'If Dixon han'gs it will bo through the treachery of some of bis cotnradoi. When the case was culled for trial there wore eight or nlno soldiers hero who were vorv fuvor- nblo to Dixon. Their story , ns told to Oixon and his attorney , would huvo arquitted tbo accused , But they were culled over to the federal building by some of tlio qnico of Oixon'a regiment , nnd when they came on the witness stand they told a story which resulted in a verdict against Dixon , It was a very different version of the case to the ono they gave Ulxon and hit lawyer. This looks bad , and especially so In view ot tlio fact that at least Uireo of the men lu < iucitlon have bcou promoted bluoo their return to their poit.- "Dixon was treated shamefully by tbo army ofllclaU nfler bis arrest and bo fore bis trluL lie wu * kept In sbuoUlos and a strong guard.over him , and thov gave ordorn to have him kept lu solitary couliucmont , oven before his trial , and tried to prevent him from writing or rocalvlug letter * . The oniuora of his company have given him the wowt of it. " lleocham's pills will tiwo doctor's bllli. New York uuu He turn. July 4 to 0 ono fnro for the round trlji. Choice ot routes from Chicago. Return Umt | August 15. Cull at Chi- ctigo , Rook Islund fe. Pacific Ry. tlclcot olllco , 1'jOa ' Fm-nnm street. CiJAfi. KKNNKUY , O. N.v , P. A. J. L. DU J3JJVOISK , City Tkt. & l > . A. V TO CLOSE OUT STONEHILL'S ' The Laces , Silk "Waists , Notions and Small "Wares ALL GO WITH A RUSH As Long ns They Lint There Will Ho IJ Unrgulna In llotli Stores Tomor. row There Will Wo a Crowd Como Knrly. All the fine point do Ireliinde silk nnd llnon luces will go on si\lo tomorrow at a fraction of their real value. Silk mitts at 15c and 25a that Stonohtll sold for U5e and 50u. Btirgaina in ladies' lawn waists at 41c nnd "Co ouch. Silk waists nt $2.50 and S5.00 oach. Stonohill sold them from $5.00 to $10.00. All the handkerchiefs that Stonohill sold up to 15o go ut 3c. All the handkerchiefs thatwoio sold from 25c to 50c will go at 15o onch to morrow. All ilio silk , leather and velvet bolts at 16o ; Stonohill's price was up to 75c. All Stonohill's ribbons in throe lots , 3c , 7c and ] 2c. They were from 8c to SOc. SOc.STONEIIILL'S STONEIIILL'S NOTIONS. All tlio choice toilet soaps , Stonohill's price from lOo to 25c , go nt 3c. Stonohill's fine writing paper and en velopes , worth up to lOc per box , go at 5c. 5c.All All Stonohill's embroidery silk goes at 'Jo n ( lo/.on. Knitting silk , 15c n ball. Combs , lie apioco. Safety pins , Ic a do/.on. All silk elastic nt lOo n yard. Stone- hill sold it up to 60c. Stonohill's curling irons , 5c. All the dress buttons that Stonohill sold up to 25u u dozen wo will Boll to morrow at ! ! o. STON13IIILL'S DRESS FINDINGS. All the bolting , linen , cotton and silk , goes at Ic a yard. All the silk binding ribbon 5c a bolt. All the stockinet shields at Go a pair. All kinds of dross slays 5c a do/.on. Hooks andoyos , three cards for Ic. Skirt braid Ic. All the needles Ic. And in llko proportion wo sell all the notions in the storo. STONEIIILL'S SILKS. Wo still 1mvo immense quantities of Stonohill's fine drcBj silks , which wo are tolling nt 20c , iillc , SOc and O'Jo n yard. Stonohill called thorn big bar gains at 50o , GOo and $1.25. These goods are sold nt both stores. THE BOSTON STORE , N. W. Cor. 10th and Douglas streets. Io\v Itittos tu Xmv York und Hetnrn. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. will boll excursion tlcuols from Chicago to Now York and return nt rate of 410.00 for the round trip for nil through trains leaving Chicago July 5 to 7 , in clusive. The tickotri will bo valid for return lou'iiey until August 15 , nnd will bo good for stopover at Door Park , the famous mountain resort on the summit of the Alloglmnics , and nlso at Wash ington City. Tickets to Now York and return via B. ft O. railroad will alto bo on sale nt thu olllcos of the princi pal roads throughout the west. For full information as to tlmo of trains and sleeping car accommodations , apply to L. ' S. Allen , assistant general passenger'ncont , B. & O. railroad , The Rookery , Chicago. Ilaydon Bros. S-strinsr cabinet grand upright piano , now scale , $187.50. Dr. Culllmoro , oouiut , I3a building Knoo'l'nntH. ' The People's has closcd out the entire product of a-large knco pants factory at J of regular prices , nnd in order to niako a little run will sell them tomorrow , Friday , Juno 24 , At exact cost. Only 2 pair to any ono customer. lOo for worsted pants. 2oc for satinet punts. 39o for casslmcro pants. 50c for cheviot pants. 03c for knee pants worth up to $2.00. These prices are for Friday only , and only 2 pairs to any ono customer. People's Clothing Houso. It's just like giving you 81.00 bills for oOc , or 2 pairs of pants for the price of ono. PEOPLE'S ' CLOTHING HOUSE , 1303 Douglas stroot. Wm. Fleming & Co. soil Union Soap. Jloitml Trl | > TlcltoU. The only line running through trains direct to Denver , Colorado Springs , Manitou and Pueblo. Low rates to all points in Colorado , Utah or Pacific coast points. Fast tlmo on elegant vcstibulod trains , free reclining chair cars and the celebrated-"Rock Island " - dining cars. Comfort , safety and spoo'l secured when ticketed via the 'Great Rock Island Route. " Ticket olllco 1002 Fnrnams trcot. CIIAULISS KENNEDY , J. L. DEBEVOISIS , G. N. W. P. A. City Ticket and Pass. Agt. FOUll EXCURSIONS KAST. Vlu the \V l > : uh Mno. 1st Cincinnati arid return $19.10. For the national prohibition conven tion the Wnbash will soil round trip tickets at above rate on Juno 27 and 28. 2d Now Yo k and return S23.75. Loss than half faro. For the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor convention the Wabash will sell round trip ti'ikots at above rates on Juno -1 , 5 and G with choice of routes via St. Louis or Chicago. 3d Saratoga and return $30.55. For the National Educational associa tion tlio Wab.ish will soil round trip tickets at above rato'July 4 to 10 , with uhoico of routes via St. Lo uis or Chicago. 4th Dotroltinnd return $20.50. For the Baptist Young People's union the Wabash wllliwll round trip tickets ut above rate Jnl'y 12 nnd 13 For tickets , sleeping car accommoda tion and a I older giving lists of routes , side tripe , costj of same , with other t'nluablo information , call at Wabush olllco , 1502 Farniun street , o.- write GEOIUJE N. CLAYTON , N. W. P.'and Ticket Agent , Omaha , Nob. Hnir Hates to Himttncii , N. V , , via II , O. Itollnml. The Baltimore ) & Ohio railroad will soil tickets to Saratoga Springs , N. Y. , on the occaslomof the mooting of the National Educational association , for one faro for the round trip. Tickets will bo on sala July 5 to 7 inclusive , ana will ho valid to return until July 10 in clusive. All B. & O. voBtibuled express trains , witn Pullman sleeping cars , pass through Washington. For full information mation ns to rates , tune of trains and sleeping car accommodations apply to nearest B. & O. agent , or L. S. Allen , assistant general passenger agent , The Rookery , Chicago. * BIVH . is'uhrnnkii ClirUtlun KiuU'iivorrrs And tholi- friends in Nebraska' have nor looted the Luke Shore & Michigan Southern railway as tlio olllolal route from Chicago on the occasion of the an nual mooting in Now York , July 7 to 10. Clreulnru giving full Information promptly mailed on application to II. P. Humph ray . . , . T. P. . A. , 727 Main street . , . Kansas City ; G. K. Wilbur , Western Passenger Agent , Chicago. KuildliiR 1'ormlts. The following tiormlts were issued by the superintendent of buildings yesterday : HiiKli O Clark , ono nnd one-half story ilwolllnir , Twonly-hovonlli and Moro- nlth iivonuo 8 1.003 HiiKli O ( Jlnrl : , onu nnd ono-hnlf story dttolllnp. Twonty-sovcntli nnd Mero- dltli tivonuc 1,000 llii'-'li U Oliirlr , ono story fnimo cottii o , Thirty-sixth und Amos nvcnno COO Mrs. A Mnrtln. ono und nno-hulf story friuiio ( IwollhiLorth Nineteenth street J.BOO A I' Tukoy , ono nnd ono-lmlf story fraino dwelling , Torty-third und Grant streets 1.500 Ten minor permits 1i' > 0 Total $ G,6SO WKEPIXO WATKII , Won. , Oct. 23 , ' 00. Dr. Moore : My Dear Sir I have just bought the third bottle of your Tree of Lilfo. It is indeed a "Treo of Llfo. " Doctor , when you so kindly gave mo that tlrst bottle my right sldo was so lame and sere nna my Hvor en larged so much that I could not Ho upon my right sldo ot ally There was n soreness over my kidneys nil of the tlmo , but now that trouble Is nil over. I sloop Just ns well on ono sldo as on the other , and my alcop rests and refreshes mo , and I feel the best I1 vo felt la fifteen years , nnd I know thut it Is all duo to your Tree of Llfo. Yours very truly , D. R Uuoi-Br. Forsalo by all druggists. The W. A. Pngo Soap Co. are pub lishing each wcok n different list of ton merchants who soil Union Soap. Watch for your grocer's name. Countv Judge Ellor Issued marriage licenses to the following yesterday : Name and address. ARO. I linnsVluKors. . Oiimhu . 4) I Ida Grlnrpu , Omulm . , " - j A. A. Anderson. Omahii . "J 1 Mlnnlu Uuulclu , Umuliii . U'l J AilL-nst Carlson , Onuiliii . ' . ' 7 I L'hrNtemi I'oterson. Umnhn . " 7 j 1'olurU. llratin , Oninhi . .r . 23 iJesaluM. Vuinoll. Uimiha . . W "Lato to bed nnd early to nso will shorten the road to your homo In tbo sUloi. " But early to bed and "Llttlo Karly HUotbo Hill that muKos Ufo longer unit better and wiser. 13. Newman sells Union Soap. Mnry Matthcls has asked the courts to separate her from her husbund , Clnus Mat- ihcls , to whom ( .bu was mnrrlea on Soptnm- bcr 11 , liiTl. tiho chnrgos axtromo cruelty upon sundry and divers occasions. Clr.Ufi , the petitioner iiUotre.s , Is wortn nroporty of tbo voluo of moro thnn W5UOO , wbtcb the pe titioner desires to bavo dlvidod for the sup port of herself and children. Twin City < ; imiitutiui | : , Drop a postal to Troynor & McGee , 10 Pearl street , Council Bluffs , and get u vest pocket program of the coming Cliautuuqua and inld-summor musical festival , July 2-17. Three popular entertainments - tortainmonts and lectures daily. Speak ers and singers of national reputation. Tents , etc. , furnished at nominal prices. Morris Noor soils Union Soup. I'lrxt Cliim lIii'iii-iiloiH Iroiu Clilciio : to .N'u\f York und llutnrii. For all regular trains except tlio Limited as well ns for special trains leaving Chicago on the Cth , Olh and 7th of July , agent * of the Pennsylvania company will soil nt a rate considerably less than the regular faro ono way , first- class excursion tickets from Chicago to Now York nnd return over the' Pennsyl vania Short Lines , good returning for 10 days , or until August 16. J , II. Luco , at U IB Clark street , Chicago , will toll you all about it. Please address him. FACIAL SOAP , ' . . Tlje rtiult pfio yoiri1 ciixrlenca In lriAtloK klu ! lftP4tft For 4Utr drat. rMi , cr tout bjr l.ull fur I0r. A Mmplt i loffiw pfctilltip4go ( book on l ) r iattologyttiOlltAutjrH'iiUcoledrorlUf llludraitiloiiKkln Fi lp NenoininJ KlouJ DUtftMl A\ta \ IJUflflirvincnlt ! like lunhmtrki. Moloi , Wirli , Indl * Ink n.l I'owd.r Unkl , b it. I'll tln f , llediuft "f Nnw , Hupfrfluaul H < klrllmilri.Kiu > Ull > flV01oi > m utetc. i m.llll. Irn .1 xOlft tr kj l.llrr. JOHN H. WOODBlinr , D.I. , 123 W. 42dSt , New York Cil | . TENNIS SHOES WHOLESALE Mackintosh Clothing-Wholesale. ' Rubber Clothing-Wholesale. Ger nan Stx-lStolesah Fish and Shield Slickers-Wholesale. WESTERN AGENT FOR THE Grand Rapids Felt Boot Co. , Meyer Rubber Shoe Co. , New Jersey Rubber Shoe Co. HO GOODS AT RETAIL Owing to greatly increased business I have boon oompollod to rent the ground floor , 44xl6O foot , on oornor of Howard ani Two'.fth stroota , in addition to the building I now occupy at 1111 Harnoy st-cot , to hold the stock I am gattlng for fall and winter. Bond for Lsts , discounts , etc. Z. T. LINDSEY. Illl Harney Street , Omaha , Neb. BAKING POWDER . FOB ABSOLUTELY PURE. JUST TRY IT. pAXTON & GALLAGHER , OmahaNeb WELL BFMED.SOON WED" GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO < Are Quickly Married. Try it on your next House-Cleaning. 1316-Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. guudaji W . lu.to i3ui. Stiua iliuup lot Kiiir , a "Norvo Qooda , " the wonderful roruntir _ U Mid with it wrll- IPII Kiinrnnirn lo cure ill nrrfoui dlitnn. ucli W k Ueraorr. " lau'l "llraln lowtr.MP a che. W keluln iflx > it M nliood.NlgmiTltmlit iKni.H rrouineH.l * Uudii. lldrtlni ndloM of power ol ll > 0 ner l Uu Orilaiii In Vlllier MI cnuied | liroreruiertlon , youthful erron.or . ozcciilrr . l uio i f lolmcioopium or tlmulnuti wlilcii ioon K ad lo InOrmllr. Coutuiun. . . . iniinmii ntr. ! I'm ui.coineoicnttocarrr In veil pockel. * 1 j > nru ck. iiiroK * ioAr ni' ' i > 'a. "tju'ntllbttnmcv. Circular Jrto. Adiirt.MWei-TeHoeac . , CI le ii. Ill * For ealo in Omaha by Sherman &McConnoll , 1613 Dodge street ,