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- 8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : BllIIUY , SEPTEMBER 30 , 1802.
TOO DEAD TO BE REVIVED The WcUofn Traffic Association Will Never Eo Htsuscitated. IT'S ' DEATH NOT SINCERELY MOURNED r.nllrotul Men Content ulth tlin Order ol Attaint nnil Nt Attempt Will Ho Mmln to Orriito it Now Orgiiftlz'itlon. New YOHK , Sept. 29. The Trlbtino says : Thcro nro only a few members ol I ho ad visory board of the \Voilern Tntfllo associa tion , from which Jay Gould's Missouri Pa- elllc has withdrawn , now In the city and they do not wish to ducuss the affair * ot the association publicly. It N understood , how- oVcr , that ; responsible railroad mon do not look for the slightest effort to rovlvo the ai- Roclation , which la regarded nj dead. Noth ing will bo itonu to create a now organization In its plucc until the business of the wosteru rouds rellnct , by a shrinkage , the need of united action. Ho long ns the present largo volume of business lasts the dissolution o ! the Western Trade association may not cause serious troublo. Bat with all the roads free of obli gations to a central authority , It is feared Unit the present domor.illzallon Iti rates In the southwest and Colorado-Nebraska terri tory will extend further. Already , a well known director of a loading western railroad said ycitcrdny , tlio dctnotaliz xtlon In the southwest has spread Instability into north west territory. Thcro Is a strong feolin ? among some of the members of the advisory board that the association should not formally dissolve until it has placed on record n con demnation of the action of the Chlcngo , Bur- llnplon ic Qulncy last July , which Mr. Gould mid in uuy other members of ll.e board hold responsible for the disruption of the anocla- lion. _ A.MONU Till : IIAILKOADS. What tlin TriinU I.turn Are Dnluc thce CliMlng Scptuinlii-r DIIJ'H. Oliver H. Dorrance , whoso death was an nounced Sunday , was for many years promi nent in the railro ul circles of ino weit. Mr. IJorrnnco was born in Amherit , Mass. , May I , Ib-'W , the sou of Dr. Gardner Don-ones. During his early lllo ho studied telegraphy , nnd when tlio war broke out was Intimately associated with the armies of McUlctlan , Hooker nnd Sherman. At tlio close of the wnr r.o bouatno com.ectod wllh thu Kansas Piujlllc railroad nnd was subsenuonllv promoted meted to the supoilntondcncv of the Smoky Hill division. Leaving Iho road in ISTt ) , ho connectctl himself as master of tr.insnorta- tlon with the Intornnllonul & Great North ern unuor the Into II. M. lloxlo. lie re- mnlncO on the dlrtoront lines under Mr. Iloxlo's control until 1881 , when ho returned to the Kansas Paelllc lo accept the position ofsupcrinlondpntofthoSinokyHIll and Dtn- vor divisions. In 1SSI bo was transferred to Omaha nnd assumed charge ot the Ne braska division of Iho Union Pacilic , resigning In 18S7 to accept the management of the Omaha Union Stock Yards company. Dill early In the year Mr. Dorrance was prostrated by a Ion ? and what promised to bo fatal Illness and at the urgent demand of his physician ho resigned Fur some time prior lo his decease Mr. Uorr.mco had , at the earnest solicitation of n prominent eastern magazine , been working on n scries of sketches reminiscent of his railway and tele graph experiences. At Union Paeltlc headquarter - quarter * Mr. Dorranco Is recalled with many kind words , for ho was one of the best equipped railroad men in Iho countrv. Mr. Cburlos Kennedy , general northwest ern passenger agent of tbo Kocic Island , re turned yesterday from his trip to Washing ton whither he had gone in ehsrgo of tbo Iowa Grand Array ot tbo Konuhltc train. Mr. Kennedy said that ho never expected lo see as great a n.irado as the veterans made during their reunion. "It was seven hours in passing a given point and its compiotness was the universal subject of comment. Wlulo the parade started ut 11 o'clock tbo Iowa brigade did not rcnort for position until 4 o'clock , nnd then had to wait an hour before the ? tell into line. The B il- tnnoro & Ohio poonlo hauled 150,000 people to the reunion , nnd tlio Pennsylvania about the da'iia number , which gives you some Idea of Ihoslruncors iu ilia national capital. " C. A. Goodnnw , superintendent at Marion , nua G. A. Morrison , superintendent of the Milwaukee , are In the citv. but they uro keeping the reason for their coming pro foundly secret. It Is thought it has some bearing m securing right ot way to South Omaha. U. A. Branch , traveling passenger agent of the Hrio lines nt St. Louis , unit u tnuch- inonllonod orator at the dedicatory services , f the World's Columbian exposition at Chl- ' fro , lain the city. The U. & M. , and nil other roads for that matter , has had tuora special trains for Joint do hates and political rallies this year iban any prcccdlutr year In the history of the road , which leads Mr. Davidson , chief clerk In the passenger department , to inter that this really is "a campaign of education. " Mr. 13 K Lomax bus rntutnod from Chicago smiling and happv notwith standing the decision of the "High Five" as sociation ngalust tbo Union Pacilic and in favor ot the Hlo Grande Western. I T. J. Godlroy has issued a oronunclamonto 10 the affect that he will lick anybody who uMis him whnn Iho short line on tho' Mis- tour ! I'acillo is lo Lu opened. Ho news says 11 will be 111 ? middle ot tliu month. The Jr.cksonian and Samoset clubs have made arrangements with Iho Burlington to run a special train Saturday to Pluttsmuutn to attend the field and Dry an Joint debate which IB scheduled tor that availing. The train will leave Omaha tit 5:15 : p. m. and re turn utter the mooting , ( Jno faro round trip. tiONSTICyUTIO.S .STATISTICS. I'leiirei Compiled liy tliu Kitllwity Ago on Triic'IdityliiK unil ( Inuling. CHICAGO , III. , Sept. 9. Hallway construc tion has urocooJed ut a safe and moderate pace tins year , and yet In almost every stale nnd territory now lines have uuo.i completed or commenced. , h > , The K-iiluay Ago and Northwestern Kall- I/ roadtr , in Us forthcoming Is.uo , will say : "Otir returns show thut during thu nine months from January 1 to September : ! 0 , thuio liavu ueon,5111 miles of main Iraclc laid on you UlftVmit lines In the United bluK'a , whllo u lurgu amount ot grading tun been done on which the raiu nro yet lo go down. Tbcro uro in tight ever l.fiUO miles of road on which truck is uxp.'ctud to bo laid before the end ol iho year , so that wo leol safe In repeating iho estimate uuulu three months ugo that Hie tracltluyluy ot Ib'JJ ' will n'f.icguiu ( not fur from -1UUU miles. " Otllclul notice has been given that the Nickel Plate will not meet the (3 round trip lute Uutueen Chicago nnd llullulo , inudo by Iu competitor * lo punish It for making u t 60 rule for tlio nulionul convention of real t'tUitu dculer.s. ThoNlcUol Plato does not iluro to iiiulio a luwur rulu than $3 , and it Itnowa that ut equal rates It cannot compete \vtlh thu Mlchitiun Contrnl ami Luke Stioro. Tbo statement ol iho Chicago , Mllwaukno & St. Paul road lor iho month ot August ' shou's gross rarulngi lo Iho amount or : . ' , - TiiU.Ull , an lucrcaue , ut compurud wllh iho corresponding month last year , ot fcW.'l.OU'i. The net eanjliigu were > UJbUi , tin Increase of * IT.WS. NKW YOIIK , Bcpt. 2 , At iho mooting ol Iho executive commlltoo of the Monlerev & Mexican Gulf Kuilroad company , held today , J , A Hobortson wus named us general man- ugor and C , A. Morrlam was appointed gen eral buperlntcndcnt , subject to iho orders of T , S. liullock , lirst vice president. Null Atuiiut Ilio I'ort Itu.idlni ; , TIIENTON , N. J , , Bopt , 84 , Attorney Gen eral HlocUton has filed iu the supreme court information In iho nniuro of a quo w&rraato nyulnst the Port Heading Uuilroad company , iio alleges that the company has boon illeg ally uclniK at u corporation lo operate a rail road and Issue capital stock , for all of which tbo attorney general auk * duo process of laxv against tbo Port Heading company , Tbo court requires the company to uuiwur within thirty ( ' DeU'ltt's Sarsaparilla u roiuma to lIlHinr , " An Inqucti w n hold ever luo bouy of Miiiy Mluer , tbo boy who wiu ruu down by n Hanscom paik motir at Sixteenth nnd Hurt streets , ll'ilf n 1107.111vltnosscs lestllled nnd the Jury rendered avcrJIetof accidental death , oxonoratlng th ? matormin , I > on't become constlpitod. Take Ojoch nm's PilK Till : MCltllV OVitTKtl WAIt. "Tlioro Arn .Momontu IVhrn Ono \Vnnts In 111) Alone , " Tnulo Mnrk. In the present olTort to force us to join tlio ovstor combine quotations nro ol very llttlo vnluo. Wo nro protoottng our custotnoffl on nny iirlcas mntlu by tiny ootiibiimtion and no retailer ncod host- Into lo orilot * the "IIOHSHStlOKDRAND11 ns of yoro. I ( prices sink below the nrosont level just lot us know. Wo haven't tliuo to irot out ) ) oslnl quotations every tlivy or two , but we : tro Bulling ut unit below thu prices tflvon by bulldo/.or.i. DRANOII&CO. , Packers of I3.ilthno.-o fresh oysters. Oniihi : : , Sopt. 0. 133i The "Horse Shoa" brand , largest , fattest , j tic lost , eho.ipcst , boat. Very low rates to Buffalo , N , Y. , and nil points oust , S.ttufday and Sunday , October 1 anil 12. l or full partluularss cull at I took Island Hqkotollleo , No. 100U Farnam street. Chas. Kennedy , G. N. W. P. A. IN AID OX IIAMBURGK An Urjjont Appi'iil for tlontrlhutliMis to tlio I'litiil. Tlio great calamity which lias befallen the city of Hamburg , Germany , by an unprece dented cholera epidemic , has prostrated Its trade and thrown its laboring classes out of employ ment. The city tlnds Itself unable to meet the simultaneous emergency of an epidemic and pt supplyinc the wants of a largo and unem ployed population , und Is forced to scolc out side assistance. The undesigned committee has thcroforo been formed to solicit contributions for the relief of the sufferers In Hamburg , und tbo following have kindly oousontod to recelvo sucii contributions : New York Herald , Herald building : Now Yorker StuaU-Zsltung , Tyron row , Gorman society of the city of Now York. IS Broad wav ; C. A. AuiTm' Onlt & Co. , U3 Greene street ; G. Amsinck & Co. , I4S Pearl street ; checks lo tbo order of A. Lattinann , treasurer , 143 Pearl strcot. Hamburg tins at nil times shown great lib- , crallty In helping to relluvo , In nil parts of the world , communities ovcrtauun by publio calamities , and nt this time of Humburg'H own ullllctton outside help should bo Ircoly glvon to tlio city. All contributions to bo transmitted to the relief committee of the Chamber of Coin- morco In Hamburg- . Prominent Gorman-American' ? in Omaha are taking grout interest iu this matter and propose to raise n hnndsomo sum for the relief - lief of tlio laboring people of Hamburg. Air. Fred Motz , sr. , will receive all contri butions to the fund from parties in this sec tion. Uoimttancos should bo made to Mr. Motz ut the Gorman Savings banlt , Fifteenth street , this city. Bo sure and use Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup Jor vour children while tojthlnjr. 'Jo cents n bolllc. Uoal estate. it Bargains only. _ /aVr My word is good. "f'i. W. G. Albright , 5213 N. Y. Llfo blilg. Tlio latest fads in oporn glasses retail at wholesale prices. Tudor Optical Co . cor. farnuin and 14th. I'mSuit - . Cijrar store at South Omaha. Inquire f MAX MRVUII < fc Co. , CornoIGth and Farnatn stroots. Attention -Miltil Want IXiu There will bo a meeting of the Ninth iVard Democr.-ttic club at club room , ' .Sth and Fa-main , Friday evening. Good poakers , Adam Snyder , Prcsldpni. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer Jeslro to uUond their heartfelt npp'reciatioii and eve to thfif many friends for their many and jrenorous acts and words of sympathy and ciinuolunuo that assisted .it a measure lo lessen their sorrow ever -ho lois of their darling and only child , , ) onn , who was today buried' in the ' 'niiiily cemetery. O OUWTY MATTERS. Tliu Comuilritiloiiur * Take Up the S Unritiiy Uiutiiesii Alioul n ( Tlniu. The members of the Board of County Com missioners all got out and aolu the regular Saturday sesilou yesterday morning. It was decided that in addition to pub- Ishlng tbo dollnquont tax list in the official paper , th.tt It should bo published In the L'ourok Xjpadu , the German Tribune ana the awuaisli Journal. The county attorney has ' : iol'l tiiut the law compelled such publications. Chairman Berlin voted against the proposi tion , holding that the expense was too great und tliut it was an injustice to tbo laxpavers of the county. Tno pastor of the People's church asked for a cancellation of tax upon the lot on which tlui church stoo I , suyln1/ that iho church hail leased the ground from Dr. Mercer. Mr. Paddock opposed the cancellation on iho ground that It wus establishing a danger ous precedent. Mr. Siouborg held that thu precedent was established years a ? > , and that it was appar ent that the ground in question was used ex clusively for church purposes. The vote to exempt stood iwo lo two , und the matter wont uver for one week , The congregation of Israel , holding a niiioty-nlno year lease upon Its church lot , wus exempted irom taxation for the yours IS'Jl and Ib'JJ. William Carr , the contractor who graded South Thirteenth street , served notlco that unless his claim of 1,018 was allowed , suit would ho brought agumst Iho county. Tbo olilm was not allowed. The clerks in tlio county troasuror's oflleo put In a claim demanding pay for overtime. This was referred. DoWltt'sSarsapurlliu cieansai tbo Dloal. mil You ( io llni ThU Full ? If so , It will bo to your interest to fully acquaint yourself with the excel- lout tniIn service ; now In on'oct , between Chicago , HulTalu , Now Yorlf , Boston anil inturinudtulu points , via tlio ' 'Lilco Shore Houte.1 Through trains lea vo Chicago ut 8:00 : nnil 10:30 : a.m. . a:10. : 50 : : ! , 7ir : > and 11.80 p. m. The "Chit-ago and Huston Spoola ! " ( IO'iO : a. in. ) in the only complolo train ihrougb from Chicago cage lo Now Kugland , It hua dining car serving meals ihu ontlro distance , iu lisolf tin oxi.'hisivo feature , and the equipment of the train throughout IB of tlui very highest stnndird. The Chicago cage anil Now Vork Limited (5:30 ( : p. m. ) embodied all thut is modern and novel In r.ilhvay transportation and him very appropriately been culled n "norfoct train. " H. P. IIUMl'HUUV , T. P. A , 7 7 Main atroot , Ivansas City. C. K. WlUHiK , W. P , A. , Chicago. HUGH MURPHY'S ' COLOR LINE Action of tba Contractor Dalays the Paving of Twonty-Seconl Street , WILL NOT USE THE WHITE SANDSTONE I'riMpectTlmt the llnnil totho Mnvprnment Oorntl Will HD Left ImpMnnhlo far AnolliorVlntnr Ktiiickcd Out liy u People who bail nopocl to sos Siuth Twon- ty-stcond itroot pivocl this soaion nro llnblo to bo doomed to disappointment , as another dulay U Inevitable , the contractor refusing to go on with the work. The troiiblo U rUht horo. LnU spring when tlio llnnl paving1 ordinance was passed , It provided that the strjot should ba paved wllll ColornJo sandstone , not designating the color of the stuno that would bo usoil. The BDsclIlcatlons c.illoJ for Colorado stone , but did not nnmo the color. nnU on these suculllcitloiis Hugh Murpny bid and was awnrdod the contract. Tno nroporly owners along the slreot solocui.l whlto Colorado rado stone ttnd ttil * ; kind tlio contractor was ordered to lay. Now ho refuses to do any- thine of the kind , holding that us thendvor- tUoraont , the award and the contract all provided for simply Colorado stone , ho has thorlqhtto lav either the rod ov tlio white. Ho protor.A to lay the rod because ho has no whlto stone in tits quarries. At the mooting of the IJonrJ. of Publlo Worlts , holdycstordiy afternoon , nrrnnKO- tnont.s wore completed oy whlcli It is ppsul- bto that the work may o on , though this all rests with the city council and will UJ do- clued at the next mooting , Mr. Murphy stated that the Siull holrs , who owned the majority of the lost frontage , had agreed to withdraw tboir name ? from the whlto stone petition and sign for rod stone , and that tbrf nnw petition would be presented to the coun cil for ratlllcutioti. If the council aproad to the change , the work would bo commonocd and completed ut an early date. Hinna Mnr i Coittutctfl I.ct. Llko the county commissioners , the Hoard of Publlo Work * hold the roculnr weekly meeting ahead of time in order to dlspojo of the accumulated business. Contracts wore let for tbapnvingund curbIng - Ing of the following streets : Twonty-llrst , froui Wlrt to Spencer ; Douglas , from Six teenth to Twentieth ; Seventeenth , from Farmim to Dodge , nnU Urnce , from the Omaha Holt Line rallxvav track1 * to the cast line of the Chlcaao , SU Paul , Minneapolis As Omaha railway rlght-of-wnv. For paving with Trinlaad sheet ; nnhnlnim , the Standard Paving company was the lowest bidder , its bid DtiineS.ML for class "A" and S.MIlHor clu s "B" , with a llvo-voar guaran tee : & 1.10 tor class "A" and Sl.OS for class "B" , with a ten-year guarantee. On Colorado sandstone Hugh Murphy was the lowest bidder , ills figures were : Sl.TO , $ i. 10 and S'2 for the resucctivo classes , "A" , "iJ" and "C" . The brick award was made to E. D. Van Court 0:1 : three , streets and to J. B. Smith & Co. on one. Van Court bid 81.S5 with a live and S3 with a ton-year guar antee. J. B. Smith St Co. bid 31.ST with a ftvo and SJ.05 with a ton year guarantee. On UoUKlus street. Pumas and Murphy tied on the curbing at 03 cents per lineal foot. Tlio curbing of the other blroets was given ' to Murphy at 03 cents per lineal foot , no ' nolng the lowest bidder. Hod Colorado sandstouo was the material bid upon. AVIuU Stronger 1'rmir Is needed of the merit of Hood's sarsaparllla than the hundreds of lotlora continually coming in tolling of marvellous curas it has effected after all ether remedies had failed. Truly , Hood's sarsaparllla possesses peculiar curative power unknown to other medicines. Hood's plds euro constipation by restoring the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal. They are the best family cathartic. FttOJl 'JlUU.iIt AltUUl US. .Tabu K Greer , a v well known citizun of Auburn , is dead. NcoleyVymoro , an Incorrigible youth of Wymoro , bos been sent to the reform school. Ilov. George Bailey has DJOII installed as pastor of the Presbyterian cnurch ut Broken Bow. * The Sunday schools of G.igo county will hold a convention at Wymore , October H and 12. A camp of Woodmen of the World has boon organized at Nomaska City and has been christened the Elm. Mrs. Henry Barker of Shubort nearly died as the result or inluillnt. ' rat poison which had been carelessly loft lyinn around loose. The Clay County Hecistor , an Independ ent paper printed at Edcrar , has ceased to exist after o troublous existence or a year. The 7-j cur-old son of B. CHtchllold of Elmwood - wood fell from the window of his father's olllco and broke his arm , besides sustaining internnl Injuries. Blanche Williams , a 12-yeor-old Fairmont school girl , WHS thrown down by her ploy- ' mates and so severely injured abo'ut the head that her life was despaired of for a short timo. Allen tiorrard , in the Monroa Looking Ul iss , savs that cholera raged up the Plntio river In 1S.VJ among the omicriints. Ho know of oim mun who was loft to die but got well. The disease was worse up the valley than at the Missouri. Tor.cno. Iowa , April li , 1311. Dr. J. B. Moore , Djar Sir : My wlfo has used about six botlloj of your Tree of Llfo , and thinks that she nas rocolvoJ greater bon eflt from It than uuy moalclne slit ) ha" over taken. Yours truly , L. II. BUPKIX. Gen'l Acont and Trass. West Collogo. Since roculvlns the above testimonial , 1 urn inrocoint of a letter and choolc from the liov UH Bufkln of Toledo , Iowa , April 3. . t3 send liov. J. W , ICo.iworthv , Cfjstlluj , sas , six bottles of Moora's Tree of Llfo. For sale by all druggists. runurul of Aim , Urovna. The funeral of the Into MM. Mary Groves , mother of Citv Clerk John Urovos , took placu from the residences of her son yesterday afternoon. Tlio remains wcro enclosed In a bor.utiful casket amV the room was lllloc : with IIoral tributes from the many friends ol the deceased and her family , O'no inngnill- cent design was the gift of the employes of the city clerk's ofllco. From the residence the caslcot was berne to Trinity cuttiocmil , wharo Uoan Gurdniu read the impressive burial service of the EpUconat church , with liov , Puul Mathitwi as assistant , A quartet choir sang "Lead Kindly Llcht , " and during the service the hymn ' -Abido With Mo. " The interment was at Forest Liwn come tor.v and the hearse was followed to the grave by a JOIN * line of oarnacoi. The pall- UeiirorK wore Ttiomas Talon , Peter O'Malloy , T. F. flronnan , A. P. Tukoy , John Carr und Jamoi ytocUdulu. Too Much of u HUk , Ills not unusual for colds contraclod in tbo fall to hung on all winter. In such casus catarrh or chronic broiiobltlo uro almost sure to result. A li fly-cant nettle of Chuinbor- Iain's Cougu Homedy will oura any cold. Can you a ( Tool to rlsif so iiiuab for so small tin amount I This remedy is Intended cs- pociully for bad colds and oroupand can always bo dopoudod upon. For salt ) by drug- cists , Held tormuult. . Yesterday afternoon OHlcor Wilbur or- res tea John D , Curly , private iu company C , Powder : Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard * - ' * Jocond United Stalm Infunlrj , slnliOiied nt ' 'ort ' Omahn , for - sw-saultlnc Iho 15-ycar-oUl Inushlor of Mrs. AAnlcSchomtor , who lives nl Twcnty-Ilrst onllfMcholrn streola. _ MM. Schcustcrcl'slnH Hint the soldier had akon her tin lighter ilo different be or cnrdena und romnlnoil outqiilto Into ; nlio ihnl lha llrl stnycd In quarters nl Iho pojt Insl Sun * lay nlgtil ngnlnst-iher will , Oarly clntracd o bo nulo lo cloir hitnsolf xvtion Iho case comes up for irinl uts p. in. today. UNDER A SWITCH ENGINE. Tluuuns P < u 1nit 11U T.iCn by .S tlin llallrontl Tntclt. A Union P.icl lla switch cnj'lnoonrouto from South Omaha lo 'Avory yoslordny morning shortly nftor 7 o'olook , struck Thomas Fox , njurlnc him ! o o.iiUv ihui ho died from iho offccU of Iho Injuries Uvo hours lalor. Fox was silling on the trunk Just north ot Iho Albright depot whan thu oiiRlno ciuno to- .vanl . him , mitt before lha onqtno could como lo n slop iho locomotlvo was ution Us victim nnd hurled him Into the nlr , antl ho latulod nt .ho side of the track. HU bo ly xvns bruised but llttlo , iho onglno slrlkln ? him on Iho loft side , Inflicting lojurlos Internal , which caused dentil , Von Is comnarntlvoly unknown , having been hero but n few days , nnil was n section tinnd. Ha had boon on n sprco , und the pun- ami theory Is thut ho snt down upon the track -with Intentions of oulcldo. A few nilnutet bo torn ho was struck bv the onplno a passerby had axvakctiod him from n stupor nnd got htm oft the truck Just as u Crelglit , rnln wont rolllnp l\v , Ilo tionrdotl with A. W , Dennis In Albright , ubd these ncqualntod with him say that bo \vcllodllc.Uod. . Ilo wus I1) ) yours of ngo and nn IrUhinun , As soon as Dosslblo after the nccltlent ho was removed to the city jail and died n few min utes nftor arriving inoro. Ilo was uncon- clous all thu lima. Ittlllcllnj ; I'crlillU. The folloxvlni : permits were Issued by tbo superintendent of buildings youardny : Junnlo I'atrlcl ; , ono nnd ono-hiilf story franio tlwcllii , Ninth und Itancroft Hticoti $2,000 Jimnlu Patrick , one nnd ono-half story frainu ( Iwolllng , NiLth nnd lluncioft streets 2.003 ) nu tumor permit luo Tout 9 i ioo The following marriage licenses were Is sued by Judge Kllor yesterday : Niiino and address. Age. I/.opht-r Dot'onost Havens. Atlantic , la. . . 10 I AIIIIH M. llunnott , Atlantic , la 18 I Oliver 0. llmtsloii , Otnahi 17 ! I Isabella U Uuv. Omaha 'Jl DoWltt'sbanaptrllla cleanse ? the blooa , Increases the appatito anil tones np the sys tem. It has hanelltcd many poopln who have suffered from blooa dlsordoi'3. It will help you. i\ciirslon to SliiHinnilimli Valley. On Tuesday , Oclobor Solli , the Balti more & Ohio lluilrond Co. will sell ex cursion tickets from Chicago und all Baltimore & Ohio points west of the Ohio river to Winchester , Woodstock , Middlotown , Ilurrisonburg , Staunton and Lexington , Vn. , at tbo rate of ono lowest limited first-class faro for- the round trip. The Shnnandonh valley , Virginia , of fers superior Inducements to persons seeking now locations. Farm lands of fered at from S10.00 per aero und up wards. Timber , coal , iron ore , pure water , convenient markets , ' excellent soil , good schools , best society. For in formation about rates apply to any Bnl- timoro & Ohio ticket ngout. _ Send to M. V. Richards , land nnd immigration ngont , Baltimore & Ohio railronu , Bal timore , Md. , for Information about de sirable locations , maps , pamphlets , etc. Whlto Sliivus ( if Kttisll. In Russia tbo wanton labor liftoon hours n day for lo emits. Frank G. Carpenter , in THE SuxuirBci ; wiU'rolato In a most fas- clnuting'lottcr how tlio" Husjlan .women toll from early morn till late at night for a miser able pittance , No llllilrst llflil. The remains of J. H. Kling , Iho old man who drooped dead at Twelfth and Ilarnoy strools Wednesday nlghl , wore forwarded yesterday to Woodoine , la. Coroner Maul decided tbat.an Inquest was unnecessary. If is a shameful confession to make that ir.any people arc willing to use adulterated arti cles because they arc cheaper , and in doing so often subject ing themselves to injurious effects , for it must not be supposed that those who are willing , at the cost of repu tation and for the purpose of gain , to impose adulterated goods upon the public , would hesitate to use injurious adulterants. * Dr. Price has an established reputation for manufacturing good and pure articles , and his Delicious Flavoring Ex tracts of Vanilla , Lemon , etc. , are the most perfect made. " Kcopcunll 'Ilio platfim r.in'l rcacli you If you do tliu rlnlit llilnii ut tliu rlitlit tliuu , LOOK AT THE SECRETIONS ! Sea Unit tlioy nro kvultlijr nnil perfect. I'nt the llvvr to iifttuml work. Tills untiurui illKuntlan mill nutrition. Avolil unripa friilvn unil miwlioloiiumo meat * . CooKurcryUitoif , evwi wiitur. Cluin : oil tliu luuintiruiii'B odtuniiuJi unit liwivjU at u iji , WHII Dr. Sclinci's ' ManflraXe Pills , They carry w ) r all Ulsnuo uurnit nnil nil polnon- OUB nintter. Tliuy aiiiiiru imrft'ctly lioulthy nnd nnlnml ( ccrotloiiH , Tnuy turn tlio llvvr tu tna no. i-ount or dUcstlon unit nutrltluii , quleklr , i-nfuly , thuroughly. Keep UeuU coal , luvtwurm , bklci clojn SOHENCK'S MANDBAKK PILLS. liuvo boon tasted In many a Cliuloraoplilomlo. Tlio/ do Mr Ilio. STOMACH , LIVER AND BOWELS do wunt lanltury nclenoo > ahoiilil bo donowllh jmliitt , clubutB , ruuiutt utU tlio uutur porauu. Tlioy clunn nnil uurlf ) Ilio Inner liounu nnil jml Iho nil memory rlilunuuU Iu jimrfeul urdor. AvnIU htlnnilnlm. Ulcar tholr oltoctt out of tlio yktuin at ( inco nun thu MunJniko "l'lll . 1'ut tlio ullinoiiliiry cuunnul ) In ortlur nnp liU | clullunco to cliolvra. In choUrn eptdcmlpi , dntl all otliori InTDlvlnR Iho liver , Btmnucli iiiul Uowoln , nioru cutfa ol preven tion unil euro tuu.l to the credit of Dr. ticlionok Jlumlruko I'llli than any otliur auuncy or ronieilr. TuouianJi tajr they will cu No Other Shoe , Wear this Shoe during the Summer Mouths. DO NOT SUFFER WITH TIRED or TENDER FEET. tingluM EXPANDS ilh rvniV .MOTION of ' " . * f.VfA , . . ! * ? > nui'ii IU l "l ilili | i. Uh AllJUsr.Ull.i ; K.iurii i.ukci U | uuiib. Iu ucu n > rru in iuc. THE PERFECTION CosU na mate , lobki be'tcr. wc r looser. ! ( it > IOO Haiti i.iore couifoit | iui ) uy uihcr nuke. l > rotl , f ( .00 , $3.O , $3.00 W.OO. CONSOLIDATED .SHOE CO , M'fri ' , Lynn. Man. thoJoitoa Storj.lOth nd IJoaala FACT That AYEIVS Sarsaparilln CUUKS OTiutt3 < : of Scrofulous Disc.isca , Kruptions , Boils , Ecr.ciun , Liver and Kidney Discuses , Dyspepsia , Hlicu- inntlsin , and Catarrh should bo con- vinclng that the same course of treatment vni.t , ctin : YOU. All that has been said of the wonderful cures effected by the use of during the past 50 years , truthfully applies to-day. It Is , in every sense , Tlio Superior Medicine. Its cura tive properties , strength , effect , and flavor arc always the same ; and for whatever blood diseases AYEll'S Sarsaparilla is taken , they yield to this treatment. When you ask for don't bo induced to purchase any of the worthless substitutes , which are mostly mixtures of the cheapest In gredients , contain no sarsaparilla , liiivo no uniform standard of ap pearance , flavor , or effect , are blootl- purillers in name only , ami are of fered to you because there is moro profit in selling them. Take rrciinreil by Dr. J. C A > or &Cn. , Lowell , Mn > s. Bold by .ill Druggists , Trice $1 , nil bottU't , ? 5. Cures others , will cure you You can risiliico your ivclelit from ten to twenty pounds a mouth , at lionic , with out starving , nt reasonable cost by the use of Dr. Clarke's Home Treatment , perfected in many years practice , causes no HlckiicHN or injury to the health , is highly indorsed. Send for proofs and testimonials. DR. F. B. CLARKE , P. O. Drtwver 133. Chicago , 111. AGKXTS WANTED. Thrilling Spectacle ! A THKIfjL OK I'ljRASUUE TO OUIl GUSTUMKKS. FOR ONiKiiv : ConinionolnR Jlon- duv. Sujit. i'tvn ) will sull fcOLII ) GOM ) SI'EOrAUljKS Oil BYK GIASSHS- 1 A I'AIIt. Klnoraiidhoivlnr rr.iiuosMaiHl * i. worth Kl to * M. KIMC STKKb SI'IHJ- TACi.KS OU KYKdliAHSIM ONLY SI. u-imllj rotnlfeil nt K"ttttor rrnmoi , ll.M. KVKIIV I'AIK KITTKI ) liy ourOIT1LI.\Nwlth FINEST wlillo crystal ICIIBC.H. NO HXTllA LlIAHHK vxcejit furHpuclal lonitcs Kr und to umnHuro NOTlCK ir you ulll cut Ihlj ndvcrtlM-incnt out unit prchont It to us > vo nlll nliow a ills- count of IU per cent Imin nbovo uxtiuiuo low prices FUK ONKVKIK O.NIA' . MAX KErEB A : BRO. COMPANY , SclcntlHc mid Practical Uptlcl'ins. riirnnm and SUtcunth Streets , Uninlin. EiasticStockings , Trusses , Crutches , Batteries , Syringes , Atomizers , Medical Supplisv. ALOE & P2NFJLD , 114S. 15111 St. , Kcxl to PostDfflcs Strictly Pure White Lead is the Best Paint. Care is necessary though , to obtain , strictly pure , as the market is flooded with so- called Pure White Leads that in reality contain but very little white lead. The following analyses of two of these misleading brands show the exact proportion of genuine white lead they con tain. The analyses describe the labels and brands on the packages and give the con tents as follows : Misleading Hrands "C , F. Lawson & Co. Strictly Pure WhI * l.eail , " lied label , with brush , on which ie rrlntcd , "Guaranteed to be strictly pure , l-'o.-fcltcd If adulterated. " Materials Proportions Analysed by Darytes 58,10 per cent. J. Klcbmc , Oxide of Zinc 24.90 per cent. Milwaukee , White Lead 13.00 per cent. Calcium Car bonate 3,30 per cent , "Masury's Railroad White Lend. " White label , marked "Railroad White Lead. 33 ; pure ; John W. Masury & Son , New York and Chicago , warranted superior. " Materials Proportions Analyted by Oxide of Zlnk 55.70 per cent , Ledoux&Co , , IJarytcs 44.30 per cent , New York , We have a book which gives the analyses of a large number of misleading brands , Ifyouare going to paint it will pay you to send for it. In Painting use strictly pure White Lead ( see that you get either "Southern , " "Collier , " or "RedSeal'y ' , tint it with the National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors , and you will have the best paint that it is possible to put on a building. For sale by the belt dealers In paints every where , NATIONAL LEAD CO , , St. Louis Branch , Clark Avenue and Tenth Street , Sti Louis , Mo , We will offer in our boys' department on second floor , between four and five hundred Knee Pant Suits , at the popular price of $2,50 a SUit that will stand more hard knocks and look bet ter when overtaken by "that tired feeling- , " than any suits ever sold for that money before. These suits arc made of good honest all wool cassi- mercs , in plaids and plain colors. The coats are lined with fine twilled lining , and arc made up with fifteen corded plaits , eight in front and seven behind , and the pockets in the pants are big enough and strong enough to hold the thou sand and one things that a boy wants to stuff in them. At the same time we will offer about the same nui'n bcr of suits for Boys of all agfs. : These suits arc in three pieces coat , vest and long pants. They are made of wear resisting all wool cassimeres.and arc gotten up solid at every point. The prices are jj4 for ages 11 , 12 and 13 \ ANDS /S for ages from 1410 19. r 1,000 boys' 25c Cloth Hats at 150. 1,000 boys' 5oc Cloth Hats at 3oc. Does your system Need a Stimulant ? Bf so , use PURE RYE , AMERICA'S FBS EST WHISKY ? For Sale at all High-class Drinking Places and Drug Stores. If your Dealer docs not keep it , write to CO. . CHICAGO * 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. . . Bundurs lOu. ru.to ilui Suud slump lor . yomljlaj0. SupsrluradtanUgi-sforsdutatlni | , . Cour or tudrthor. oucli ; Musical und ul < li-pnrtMi < > iit liiilioslorikT ; t . .ln < ri f Ihelieiit Ameilcun anil European culliHFi lurnc unil Iwnutlful BrounJ , nr biilldlngi , rooms well' Tcntllnlcil , llghlril Ly L'ii Opviin hcrloinlicr 7lh For calnloituc aiMrex ilnr. T. W. IIAtlltUTT , ! . COLUMIIIA , JUO , For Ilia lilslicr und Mlvral Kdurnllan of flrll Hud > OUIIK women hixclsltlrs : Unilc , Art , Klo- cullen , l'liy ' lcul TruiuloB. Htfaui licat , ( Mil mid liol Blrr. Imth rooms , etc , nn raeh door. 31th Ho > lon hi-Klin > ept flh , iv 2. InrC'ataloMUS niMri'M A lt 'll I HA M > A. J OMM , 1'rvst. QUAIL BRAND HEALTH FOODS Parched Rolled Oats , Unequalled in Flavor. Corn Glitz , Sold only In 2 } pound paclca oi. Velvet Meal , For mufllns nnd goim. THIS BEST IS MM Solilby nil PlrU-Cht ? ( lr.iri.iri. 'JVotli KlIloOVltli - out 1'uln uy tliu J.ntcst In volition. TKK'l'H KXTKAOTnO WIl'llOUl1 I'At.-J Olt DANOKR ATUM-SUTOK TURN ! OX HUSIIIKK KOIl ! , > OU , I'orffci ( It Kiinruniuud. Triitli uxtruutod In Iho inurnlnu. ISuw onus liibeilud Iu uvouliij of buiuu day. Hi'ti sieuliiioiisuf | Itumoviiljlo llrlnu'ii , Bi'O vijccliiiuus of I'luxltilu KliiHtlu I'lutu All wiirl ; wiirriiiiled us ruiirotuiiluU , oniur , 'llilid floor , I'.utua II lee c. Tclcjiltono JOS.'j. 1 ( lilt ifil Piirinai St . Tuke ClevMtor or Htnlrwny tto.it 101U Blioot McGREW. Tim In tliu treatment r > f all forms of PRIVATE ana nil Wo.ilfiions anil Hliordurlif JVI H-J and vltullty. KUhteun youmu v HIM most roiunrUahlu uucuuii I the treatment of tills elam of dliimsea. whlo U proven by thu iiiiivurmil toitlinony of thou KmuU who IIHVU liuon cured. Write for clrou- lara and ( | iietlon lUt. 14tli u.iU I'uruttin Ntii. , Oiu.uia , Nul ) . JOSEPH GILLOTT'S ' STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL , PARIS EXPOSITION , 1B80. . ' THE HOST PERFECT OF PENS.