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8 TTTE OMAHA DAILY BEIT'TUESDAY , JUNE 13 , 1893.
BLAMES THE BARBER FOLKS Dalay in Paving , Oansod by the Beard In junction , Discussed. CITY ENGINEER ROSEWATER'S ' PLAIN TALK lie Burn the Aiphntt Company In blo for Having All 1'iivlntr Tied tip fur the Hoard In junction In Court. The paving question Is still fnr from beinR Bottled , nnd the prospect of the ultimata tying up of nil paving o\v under contract , nnd the districts ordered paved , Is among the possibilities. The supreme court was the first to set the Mall In motion by Us de cision In the Ueatrico caso. Mayor Hcmls , with half a do/en vetoes , gave the ball an other boost and D. I' . Heard ne.irly put the finishing touches on by sccurliif ; a temporary restraining order to- prevent the work of paving proccbdlng In another half dozen districts. City Attorney Conncll antl City Engineer Roaowater are probing tlio matter to the bottom and hope to get at the scat of the trouble. Tlio llcatrico decision has mixed things up wonderfully , and If Mr. Council's construction Is correct all of the proceedings looking to the paving In a majority of the districts will have to be done over again. Mayor Bonus Is greatly interested In the matter and has asked Mr. Council for a written opinion. Ho de sires that the proceedings bo techni cally correct and that they conform to the strict letter of the law In every particular. The mayor Insists that no loop holes bo left that will permit the property owners In any district escaping the paying for their pave ment and saddle It onto the city at largo. Ho says that many property owners would take advantage of Just that sort , of n thing and the general fund could bo made to suflVp to the extent of several thousands of del lars. Not Itcnily to Act. The Board of Public Works Is letting mat ters rest until It is definitely understood what Is best to bo done. There are a few districts that have not been dragged into the controversy , but the contracts will not bo drawu up until such a time .is an agree ment is reached and it is known that It is safe to proceed , Those districts are in iden tically the same shape as the others , und the paving Is to bo done under the same kind of petitions as in the other districts. They are known as the conditional ones , and which the supreme court has declared Irregular. Mr. Hoard's injunction has created somewhat - what of a sensation and was the talk around the city hall yesterday. It was not backed by any sympathy among the oltlclals who have public works in charge and some very broad assertions wore made retarding the motives of that gentleman. City Engineer Uosc- watcr was asked reparding his opinion as to the outlook for paving and said : "It may bo , that paving will bo delayed until the latter "part of July or August. It all depends upon thojiicarlng of the juprotno court decision in the case and I have not Investigated that to the extent to hnso n definite opinion. Be fore expressing myself I desire to look into that a little moro. "Now In regard to the Board Injunction , that Is peculiar. Presumably , It is in the in terests of Mr. Beard , when in fact ho has no . Interest -in tlio districts whatever. The power behind the throne is the Barber As phalt company , and it Is being engineered solely and wholly in that company's inter ests. The districts embraced In the Injunc tion are those upon which stone and brick have been designated as Uio materials to bo used , and the asphalt districts have been [ omitted. When I say the company is rcspon- siblo for the Injunction I am prepared to prove the assertion. lean doit by putting the company's own man on the stand , l nnd by the circumstances and bearing In the case. The Barber company ' has simply assumed the attitude that you take our pavement or you do not get any other. Last year these threats were made and they have been intimated again this year. The allegations in the Beard petition regarding the Bpccilicatlons are untrue. Wo gave Mr. Squires everything ho asked this year , in order that no diftlculty would bo ex perienced from that direction. Not satinicd vflth gentlemanly treatment they rush into k court and tie up the paving because other material than asphalt was designated by the property owners. It is wrong and an Injustice - justice to the public. " Millions drlnlt Cook's Extra Dry Imperial Champagne every year and the numbers are rolling up with a rush. Lota in town 8400.00. P go 7. A Whole Dliy'H Sport Inr 81 10. Yon can boat or fish or dunce to your heart's content if you attend the Wood men of the World's Basket Picnic at Lincoln Park , near Lincoln , next Wed nesday. Special train leaves Burlington Route depot at 8)0 : ) n , in. NEW PAPER MIL ! , . Fropcct * of Oninhu Scoiirlnir Another I I.nrRo Indiiatrlnl I'liint. Commissioner Utt of tlio Commercial club Is figuring on n now f50,000 paper mill for this city , and several practical paper makers are hero looking over the ground , among them Mr. Henry Colter of Council Bluffs , who Is said to bo not only willing but anxious to remove his plant from Its present location , just cast of the Blurts , to Omaha. It Is n comparatively Insignificant plant as it now exists , when contrasted with what the Commercial club Is trying to secure for this city , but Mr. Colter wants to turn In his con cern and nssumiS the mnnnicinont of the now plant for the company that Is about o bo organbcd. In speaking of the matter , the commis sioner suM : "It Is a fact that the city of Omaha offers unexcelled advantages to per sons desiring to cnpago In-tho manufacture of paper , ns the dully consumption in this cltyalonoof print and nmnillu paper is fif teen tons , Cottonvvood and basswood for making pulp can bo delivered at the mills in Omaha In imllmUcd'cjuantltlcs at $1,50 per cord. Tno llax straw to make the liner grades of paper can bo placed at the mills In Omaha billed for f3.W per ton. Hundreds of cars of print rugs are annually shipped cast from Omaha nnd points west for use in paper mills. As it is now , nil our felt rags nnd old paper nro .shipped east to bo manu factured Into paper , wiillo If w had a mill hero for the manufacture ) of building , board and felt papers , it could bo operated to ad vantage and the on tire out put sola to jobbers in this city. "A box board mill located hero could soil Its cntlro product to local eonsumera , seven tons to box makers and the remainder to an egg case factory that will locate hero ifvo can BOCUI-O the board mill. Fuel Is $ l.sa a ton nnd Micro is a good supply of water. Con- elder that thcso impars can bo manufactured nt thcso three mills In Omaha cheaper than ut any other point in the United States , aud on top of that the entire product would lind a market at homo , saving fd per ton on freights , commission and storage. It seems to mo that the question , 'Would paper mills pay hero ) ' answers itself by the strongest Kind of argument. " Uliumborlulu'a Colic , C'holorit nuil IMarrluo.i Itomrdy , Can always bo depended upon , it is pleasant to tano and wll } cure rramp , cholera morbus , dysentery nnd diarrhoea in their worst forms. Every family should bo provided with it. 23 ami 50 cents bottles for sale by Druggsts. i > \ Chicago llcurli Hotel. This elegant new liotcl now open. The finest location In America , foot of Flf ty-llrst street. All front roams overlooking thulako. Four blocks from the World's fair. Warren F , Lolaud , Manngor , The Woodmen of tluiVoiM' llcskct I'lcnlc has not been postponed. It will bo hold ut Lincoln park , near Liiiejiln , Wednes day , J no 14th. Special trulii leaves tlio Burlington Route depot 8:30 : u. ui. Tickets , Si. 10. MOUSlt IIHV (1OODH CO. .tuna Halo of lloimn I'lirnlnlilnc Ooocl < Wo commence this week n biff midsummer - summer Bale in our basement. To cut the stock down wo have gone through the cntlro line antl many surprises awnlt you. Tinware , crockery , dinner cots , toilet Pots , In ( nottho , , whole stock , feels the Inlluonco of the pruning knife in the lopping off of prices. Consider your wants for the IIOUBO or the tiiblo nnd cotno U ) this salo. Wo nro ] K > sitlvoly reducing our stock , which to accomplish quickly means a deep cut from established values. FOR THIS WEEK. Carlsbad and Vienna china , 100 picco decorated dinner sets , have been selling for SUo.OO. Wo give these to you for this sale nt $ ! U > 8 , surely n tempting offer for thrifty taste ? . 15 styles of these china dinner sots , 110 pieces , Imnd-paintcd , that have been 10.00 nnd $ : i : > .00 , uro now down to $15.00. All 88.00. $0.00 and 810.00 fine china tea sets , 20 different patterns , any of thcf-o for$5.00. Dinner plates per dozen , $1.17 , wcro 81.80. Breakfast plates per.dozen , 81.02 , were 81.00. Tea plates per dozen , SCc , were 81.40. " Platters , IDo , IGc. 2.1c , Me and 55c , worth from 2TC to 81.00 each. Covered dishes , 70e. were 81.25. Tea pots , 4'Jc , wcro $1.00. Tea cups nnd saucers , SI.25 per dozen , were 82.2. ) . Coffee cups and saucers , 81.40 , wcro $2.30. All other prices the same way , half value. Decorated toilet sots $1.93. 12-pluee decorated toilotsots with largo jar , nt $0.00 , worth $0.00. Lightning ice cream freezers , 2-nuart , $1.31. Lightning Ice cream freezers , 3-quart , $1.59. Lightning ice cream freezers , 4-quart , 81.89 ] Lightning icecream freezers , 0-quart , 82.30. Sapolio , GJc ; roll toilet paper , 0 for 2oc. Many moro such values. Goods must bo sold. THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO. Husltot Picnic , \VooilmoM of tlio World , at Lincoln park , near Lincoln , Wednes day , Juno 14. Don't fail to attend. Special train leaves Omaha at 8I0 : ! a. m. Buy your ticket it costs 81.10 of the committee , or at the Union depot. _ _ Host 1'lcnltj of tlio Minann. Woodmen of thu World's , near Lin coln , Wednesday , .Tune 14th. Special train leaves Union "depot at 8:30 : a. m. Tickets , $1.10. CliL-np nnit ICnjoynble. The Woodmen of the World's basket picnic at Lincoln park ( near Lincoln ) next Wednesday. Dollar ten buys a ticket. Special train leaves Union depot at 8:30 : a. m. _ Lots in town 8400.00. Page 7. Ninety Incursions to Chicago During Juno i'ia the route at Burlington very re duced rates. For particulars call on W. P. Vaill , 132-1 Farnam street , Omaha. Three Excursions to Clilcnco Juno 13th via the Burlington route. Wo insure fast time and perfect ser vice. vice.For For particulars call on W. F. Vaill , 1321 Farnam street , Omaha. Story of u Sqavr. Just about darlc last evening a queer looking wagon built on the pralrio schooner plan and drawn by a 'team of broken ilown ponies drew up at the city Jail and a full blooded Indian squaw alighted and going be low poured a long tale of woo Into Captain Mostyn's ears. The woman gave her name as Maracrrct Malcomb and said that she was a grand daughter of Sitting Bull and a creat-grand- daughtcr of that famous old chief Spotted Tail. Tail.According According to the squaw's story she is look ing for Harry Barton , who she claims has eloped with a pair of racing marcs and a trunk containing valuables , all belonging to her. her.The The Indian and Barton have boon travelIng - Ing through the west for the past seven years with the horses , Riving exhibitions of lout ? distance riding. Lust fall the squaw with the long pedigree went down to the In dian Nation to spend the winter with some of her people. Barton wintered the stock at Lincoln und frequently wrote that all was well. In February ho wrote her for money , which was sent. About two weeks ago she telegraphed that she woidd start for Lincoln and Directed "her Jockey to put things in shape for the opening of her racing season. Barton , so the woman claims , replied' the telegram and told her to enmo on. When Mrs. Malcomb reached Lincoln she found that Barton had skipped with her horses and trunlc. The latter , slio said , contained $400 in bills and some dcods to valuable land up In the Wounded Knee country. Piles of peopto have piles , out Do Witt1 Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. Prualdcut Uuiuont Tulles. President Dumout of the Nebraska Cen tral railway speaking of the rumor that Chairman Stlcknoy of the "Maplo Jjcaf" was determined to extcna the Chicago Great Western from Lchigh to Omaha said : "While the rumor is interesting , so far as 1 know there Is nothing iu it at this time. The present status of the money market is such that oven a Yandcrbilt would think a lone time before building a new road , There lf > , howaVor. a brightenlnR up in eastern money circles and 1 look for restored confl uence very soon when something may como of the Nebraska Central enterprise. " "Aro you doing any work on the road iiowi" Mr. Dimiont was asked , "Wo are doing a little work , but not much at present. Wo have considerable tlmo yet before us , nnd uro not in n hurry to make a break until wo know what wo are about. " AVauta Illi Oluirnoter Itcpalrod. Andrew C. Sorrcnson feels that Henry Lago has been Instrumental iu tearing a 810,000 hole In his reputation nnd that the cdccs may be properly brought together ho has sued for that amount. Ho alleges that not long ago Lugo had him airestod nnd thrown into jull , charging that ho maliciously toro out tH > < partitions and carried away the doors of n certain dwelling house , Thoca&o was tried in tllo.pollco court and n verdict of not guilty returned Now Mr. Sorrcnson thinks that Mr. Lago should foot the bills for the damage to his reputation. Piles of people have piles , out DoWitt's witchhazel salvo will cure them. iiir.n. fiottctt of flre lines or list wiilcr thli ct ( j fiif/t / mliillfuiiul line ( fii c ; ifs , T day , Juno la , IHOa , at 1 a , m. , hon of John and r-aruh I'cucoisk. Kunmlns woio taken to Chicago yobterduy afternoon , FALCONER UNLOADING , Second Week Reductions Greater Than Ever , $100,000 Must Bo Sold This Honth NO MATTER WHAT THE SACRIFCE Motnl nnd Horn Mutton * Going nt t 130 per Duzrn , Pearl Itittton * 8 l- o per Dozen , Dross Good * nt Almost Your Own 1'rlco Now is your tlmo to buy. Don't ' put It olT. olT.SKCOND SKCOND WI3BK REDUCTIONS. Priestley's black dress goods going at 8Sc Dor yard , all $1.23 nnd $1.50 quali ties. 1,000 gross of metal nnd bone buttons , * 3c per card , 2 dozen on card. 1,000 gross of pearl buttons , Co per card of 2 dozen. CO pieces of wool dress goods , values ut ) to COc , unloading price IGc. All our printed nainsooks , French goods , loc nor yard. All our printed dimities , unloading price , 2'Jc ' per yard. 32-inch India mulls , 5c per yard. Thcso are unloading prices you cannot duplicate. Boys' hosiery , onyx dye , 2oc quality , unloading price , IGSe per pair. 100 body brusbels , moquot and Smyrna rugs , all worth moro than SI.35 , unload ing price , 03c. A bitr line of Indies' waists at unload ing prices. Honso wrappers greatly reduced. Spring and summer jackets , wraps , capes , at almost your own prices during our trrcnt unloading. Wo must sell $100,000.00 worth of goods this month , no matter what the sacrifice to profits. .Tuto stand covers , 23c each ; jute table covers , OOc. worth more than double. 75c quality of Japanese ) wash silks , 17Jc this week. 20 per cent discount off of all our fancy hemstitched nnd stamped linens during our great unloading salo. All our 23c wool challis , unloading price , loc. Best French melnincs , 12Jc ; this cloth , 50c per yard , is tlio most durable wash fabric made ; at 12jc they are the best bargains in the house. Handkerchiefs at loc ; a big line of ladies' handkerchiefs worth up to 30c each ; all at loc each.N. . N. B. FALCONER. Knees nt Fulr Grounds Juno 14 , 15 , 10. Spring meeting undpr the auspices of the Roadster club. $5- 000.00 in purses. Trotting , pacing run ning. Admission 7oc to all parts of the grounds. General admission , 50c. No charge for carriages. Arrange Your HuslneiB Affairs So that you can attend the Woodmen of the World's basket picnic at Lincoln park near Lincoln next Wednesday. Special train leaves Union depot at 8:30 : n. in. ; returning , leaves Lincoln park 8:30 : p. m. Tickets $1.10. Raymond & Co. , gravel roofers. 1400 Farnam. Lots in town $400.00. Page 7. The examinations for admission to the University of Chicago will bo held in Omaha at the Y. M. C. A. building Juno 21 , 22 and 23. For .program apply to Homer P. Lewis , 3023 California street , supervisor. Among Military Men. The agitation over the prouosod change in army departments , which would again bring back the estaullshmontof divisions , is creating considerable excitement in army circles. "It is my opinion , " said an army officer yesterday , "that if the divisions are again established it will be for the purpose of giving Generals Miles and Howard larger and more important commands. At present the Department of the 1'latto is by far most impor tant command In the army for It contains the most troops and has use for them , too. There are some advantages to bo gained by having the divisions and some disadvan tages. Kcporting to the division head quarters always delays the dispatch of busi ness that must necessarily go to Washington , but in case of war on the frontier matters can bo dispatched rather moro oxpcditiously by having a division headquarters at Chicago cage than where all the business has to bo bent to Washington. " The Second battalion , consisting of com panies C , D , I1' , G and I of the Second regi ment , stationed at Fort Omaha , is now blazing away nt the silhouots on the rifle range at Hellovue. The weather is favor able and the men are making good records. Piles of people have piles , out Do Witt a Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. to Hall from Omaha. Chief of Police Folder of Mobile , Ala. , has written to Chief Seavoy about a man who is now udder arrest in Mobllo for obtaining money under false pretenses and who claims to have formerly resided iu this city. Ho gives the name of John U. Davis an d refers to several banks here and claims to have had business with all of them. The Mobile chief thinks that his prisoner is trying to personate John H. Davis of Phillips.Vls.who is a very wealthy lumber man. When arrested "Davis" tried to destroy four drafts for $5,000 dated March 10 und stoned Cincinnati Lumber company. His method of swindling has bcon to pur chase an Interest in a lumber mill and pay for it with the worthless drafts , and , befpro ho is discovered , obtain money on the credit of the concern and skip out , The Southern chief asks that the man's record bo looked up , as ho Is satisfied that ho has u smooth swindler m the toils. For steady nerves and good sleep use Bromo-Scltzor. Contains no Antl-Pyrino. Bloating : . The Omaha Siungorbund held its regular semi-annual meeting ut its hall on Eleventh and Farnam streets Sunday after noon and received the report of the executive committceo , com posed of Peter Kaiser , Anton Cajory , Charles Herberts , A. Eugolman and H. Pundt who , as such committee , nro em powered to transact all the business for the bund , Regular evening entertainments wore de cided on for next winter and also three con certs. Picnics and other outdoor entertain ments wcro talked of to bo given during tlio summer season , Plies of people nave pues , out Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo willcuro them. lloomlnff tlio Murltet House Project , Councilman Prince says the market house Is coming along admirably , nnd ho opines that it will soon become a reality , Ex- Senator Sounders Is circulating a' waiver of The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder , No Ammonia ; No Alum. Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard damages mnonp trie property owners on Capitol nvcmio , between Eleventh and Ihlr- tccnth streets , antttU meeting xvlth great success. As soon n.vlhls part of the pro ceedings Is complotxJd , the necessary ordin ances will bo presented to the council estab lishing the marked house , and advertising for bids for constructing the same will Im mediately be placed.L Air. Prince nays that when the start la.mndc matters will bo rushed nnd no delaj-flvUl bo permitted. Plies of people have piles , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo wlll euro them. Lots in town $400.00. 1'ago 7. STORY WITH A MORAL. Ilnml-Piilntcd Tnlry nnil Hnrk Number Cur rency Uct a Mini In Trouble. A pecullarcomplalnt of an attempt to pass counterfeit money has boon occupying the attention of District Attorney Baker for a dnj' or t\vfo. C. I * Chlldress , an advance man for a circus , was arrested down inthe burnt district" Saturday upon a charge of trying to pass a counterfeit S10 bill upon n woman. Chlldrcss was brought Into court and the bogus money ho attempted to pass was arrayed against him. Hero Is where the peculiar condition of affairs met the prosecuting attorney. The bill was an old $10 piece of Indiana state currency , doubtless peed enough In the days of wildcat finance , nut utterly unlike anything that Is circulated as a legal tender nt the present tlmo. After looking the law bearing on the case over very carefully the district attorney came to the conclusion that the bill was not a counterfeit because it was not made after the likeness or similitude of real money now In circulation. Chllnress was released. Ho admitted having made an attempt to pass the bill , but claimed that when it was re fused ho offered good money instead which the woman refused to accept. Piles of people have piles , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Seeking Settlement. Councllmcn IIowcll , Steel , Parker , Thomas , Edw.irds and Hascall 'mot n num ber of the Park avenue property owners yes tcrday , with n vlow to coming to some under standing of what might bo considered an equitable settlement of the old Indebtedness of $33,000 , created by opening of that thoroughfare oughfaro , some years ago , from Half Howard to Farnam street. The attempt to assess the amount against the property there was resisted so vigorously by the property owners that the council gave up the Idea , and the special committee that met there yesterday Is endeavoring to hit upon a plan that will bo satisfactory to the majority. After considerable discussion as the best way to proceed , a committee was named , composed of Messrs. Hy II. Meday and How ard B. Smith for the property owners , nnd City Attorney Council for the city , to pre pare a statement showing the exact amount of the indebtedness to bo presented at an other meeting to bo held next Monday after noon. It was also voted as the sense of the meeting that the city assume one-half of the amount and the property owners the other , the latter half to .be , assessed against the property on Park avenue , from Dodge street to Ed Creighton avenue. Piles of people ihavo piles , but Do wilt's Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. - Fined for Contempt of Court. Yesterday Judge Scott demonstrated to onoman , at least , that a writ of the court was a thing that could not bo monkeyed with. Last Saturday thocaseofWilliamsagalnst Spccht was on trial and William T. Canada , the superintendent of the special claim de partment of the Union Pacific , was SUD- paenaed as a witness. After the service had been made , Canada boarded a west bound train ami went" beyond the Jurisdiction' ' of the \count. Yesterday no returned and i was brought obefore the court , where ho pleaded that the hurried trip was on account of a business engage ment. To this Judge Scott listened , but urged that to purge the case of contempt the sum of. $15 nnd the costs that had been Incurred would have to be contributed. A motion for a now trial was at once filed nnd as promptly overruled. Then Canada , by his attorney , started the case on its way to the supreme court by fillni/ . suporsedcas bond in the sum of § 100 , which was accepted , and llfteen days given to prepare the bill of exceptions. Piles of people have piles , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Ilulltlini ; rurmlts. The following permits to build wcro is sued yesterday by the inspector of buildings : M.I'arr , 845-817 South Twenty-fourth , repairs . 4 800 James 11. Kclkcnny , agent , 1115 Capitol tel avenue , ropnlis 1,000 C. J. Hamson , 3180 Meredith avonuu , cottiico' 1,200 A. L. I'atiick , 1371 North Thlrty- elBhth , dwelling 1,500 Tno minor permits l Six permits , aggregating } . . 3,025 KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort nnd improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The innny. who live bet tor than others nnd enjoy life more , with less , , expenditure , by moro promptly ndnpting the world's ' Lest products to the needs of physical being , will attest the valtio to health of tlio pure liquid Inxntivo principles embraced iu the remedy , Syrup of iFiga. Its cxcellcnco'ia duo to its presenting in the form most Jiccoptablo nnd plens- nnt to tlio taste , lift refreshing nnd truly beneficial properties of n j > erfect Inx ntivo ; cfrectunllyjclennsing the system , dispelling coldsiiheadaches nnd fevers nnd permanently curing constipation. It hna given satisfaction to millions nnd met with the approval of the medical profession , becnote it nets on tlio Kid neys , Liver nnd Itowcls without weak ening them nnd itlis perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c nnd $11 bottles , but it is mnn- ufacturcd by the 'California Fig Syrup Co. only , whose name is printed on every package , nlso the mime , Syrup of Figs , nnd being well informed , you will not accept nny ( substitute if oflered. This Illustration shows jcu the correct thing in the Linlt-Uutton Cull now generally imouue. You cannot co amis J on cither shape of either brand. CLUETT BRAND , noo. Arcauj , square Caloma , round. COON & CO , Hotdlcy , square ; BRABD , OOo. Crolton , round. MONARCH SHIRTS arc gaining In popularity daily ; and for the reason that they are honest garmenti at honest prico. A reasonable consideration ( or your on n Interests will Insure your wearing them. Unless \ou are Irremedi ably deformed you nlll find them a perfect fit. > CLUETT , COON & CO. A Ilifttaiio Thnl Attnck * Ncni'ly r.Tory I'nrt oftho llocly , CnrrjItiRVltli It MUcry nnil Duncor. Mrn. Ellen W , Ocflon MVP * with her tuiibnnil nt 1UI N. ltlth treot,0 matin. This Indv Is ot the nervous typo nnd liiindovolo 1 much tlmo ind tnentiil effort to lltornry work. A nuin- ) orof Ixxsrai nml proao ivrtlilcs nro the pro * 'nets of her IHJII und luivo boon ] mscd upon very ( nvornlily by critics who have rend thnin. In the noiir f ntiirn Mrs. O ilon will pub lish n vo'.umoof llotlon Unit will elvo her liUh rank In thu Hal of Nubraiiui writers. Mrs. Ogden. speaking of horoxporlcnco with doctors , s.iyat MllS. ELT.A W. OQDEN. "For vonrslhavolioonn great siKToror from ont.irrh , dyspopsU nnd heart trouble. In fact my life hul : I > cuotnoalmo4tnnuiil > oiirahlo bur den und I often prayed for iloath to rolluvo mo of my torment My ncrvou system was so nftccted thnt nt "ilslit I would toss upon my bed , without sleep. Eoniutlmos for hours. Then from oxhiiuatlon I would full asleep to start up quickly und Und my heart hud so feeble n puls ttlon as to bo hardly perceptible. 1 could hnrdly got my Irouth and my limbs had bu- oomo utmost paralyzed. In this condition my friends prov.illcil upon mo to consult Dr. Shounrd. I was so weak that poinx to the of- llcovas all I could do , but I llmnlc Oed that after eight wee-Its' treatment I can truthfully say that I am substantially better. I fcol It In all ways and Know that my health Is re- bulldlnp on n solid foumlttlon. I sleep well a wondi'tf ul chance for mo. I have no moro smothering spells nn'l my youthful hones and energies are now roturnlni : . In n short time I believe I will bo perfectly well. " Low ItutvH. Oaturrb and nil eurablo diseases treated at low and uullorm rates modlriiio tree. Pa- Hunts at u distance successfully treated by mall , i-cnd fur sy miitom blnnlc. _ WHAT MAIL. THKATAin.NT DOKS. Still AnotliorHrntcful Iotti-rKlin\vinc Wluit Our Homo Truiittnnnt Accomplishes. MISS ALT A M. KISIIKIt. a popular music school teacher of IIAMIIUKO. luWA.lias boon treated entlrolby mall. She says : "I bUlTuroi ! all the misery that comes from catnrrhal disease until 1 took the mall truat- mcnt of Drs. Uopcland'and Shopard. This bus maU'i u wonderful chnnRO In me. and Is com- plntoly uprooting the disease from my systom. To toachcis and nil others I highly commend these physicians. " DRS. COPEUND & SflEPARD , ROOMS 311 AND 311 NEW YORK LlPli BUILDING. OMAHA. NEB. Every Curable Disease Treatcd- Ofllco Hours 0 to 11 a. m. ; 2 to 3 p. m. : 7 to 8 n. m. Sunday li ) a. m. to 12 m. If Your Cisterns Is Out of Order or Sojt Water is scarce , don't worry yourself for a moment- go right ahead and use hard water with WHSTE RUS3BAH and you'll never know the difference. The clothes will be just as white , clean and sweet-smelling , because thi "White Russian" is specially adaptei for use m hard water. JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , Chicago , Dusky Diamond TaTSoai.n" ) ' " , ? ? , n 11 o o B Ira RUBiEK OF ALL KINDS. WE RETAH , AT WHOLESALE PRICES 1 1 Invalid Cusliioas : | Rubber Gloves. IWatci Bottles. THElLOESTPESFOLD CO , , DRAI-EH3 IN lid South 15th , St. Next to Poktoilloo , TREATMENT. FOKAL& Chronic Her/on , / , Private an Special Disarm , ofboth Men and Women , Ftnotiiro and nil othsr troubles troatcil at reasonable clmreca CONSULTATION Uallonor address DH SEYMOUR PIIT1M DOUGLAS BLOCK , - OMAHA , NEB Opposite Iluyclon llros. llros.OR. OR. THB SPECIALIST. Is unBurpasFed In the trdatueut ot all PRIVATE DISEASES and all Weakness 11 ; n end Uliorderi of Null Women Excluded , 19 years experience. Clrculura friif. 14tb. and Farnara Sta , Omaha , Neb. A SNAP Is what seven men out of ten are looking for ; o post- office a foreign mlssion-a sccretaryship-a presi dency some even aspiring so high as to wish to become aldermen. Falling In these , they'll take anything so It's a "snap. " Men have been known to pretty near starve to death walling for a "enap" rather than go to work and got a dollnr by good hard licks. There are several kinds of snaps- net counting the good old ginger snap. One Is a Job with nothing to do and lots of pay. Another Is a chance to buy something that you actually need at a good deal less than you expected. We're offering a snap of this sort suits today. Our buyers in New York struck a man with a good many more cheviot suits , and not quite as much money , as he needed. They had the money and they "struck a snap" We place these 1 suits on sale today three full lines-clegantly made up single and double-breasted In blacks and blues at so much less than they're worth that they'll be 'snapped" up by good Judges as quick as they see 'em- The first line are single-breasted sacks all wool cheviots blacks only value twelve dollars a snap at SB. The second line are fins all wool un finished worsted cheviots double-breasted blues and blacks value fifteen dollars a snap at SO.75. The third line finest all wool cheviots single C6 and double-breasted blacks only value sixteen to eighteen dollars at SIO.50. They're bj "snaps" are these Do your eyes ache after reading a short time. Better see our expert optician. lie tests eyes free antl if there Is nothing the matter he will tell you so. AND DOUJC.H , 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. The eminent BDeclnllat In norvona. chronic , prlvata. blood , skin nnd tirlrmry illsoiuoj , A regular anf } , ? tvuti. liookMy ( tcVld80fLlf 7 ontrroo ; omiJliuir. . 0 i m. K , 9 p.m. SauJays , " tamp for circular , " ' " ' " "mwitlfrfn * " " " * EXACT SIZE COMME ILTAUr THE MERCANTILE CIGAR , BETTER THAN EVER ! aindo of tln > llucBt ijimllly of lluuimi Tnlmoro Hint can 1m ' > ' ! ) . lit. Kijuul In uvi-ry ri' < | -ct to tlio i * teiortix ' .Ifiu-s , SluuuructjruU lit If , It .UKJB MUULViKXlbl ! CIGAUirACJTOHY. SI- AND EftMVE YOUR SiGHT Our Spectacles anil Kyeglasses Arc the Hast. EYES TESTED.FREE , SATISFACTION GUARANTEED , Tlie Latest- HKAUTIKUh ElMfEOr , TONH AND POFTNESP. AN ART TKEABUUK. OAI.h ANI > EXAMINE TIMS WOltIC IF YOU AHE THINKING OV HAVING A I.AUGK IMOTUKH MAUIi THIS bTVl.U IN 10X20 FINE I'WAMi : AT t3 HXTIIA. WITH BVEUY UOBCN OAHINET PHOTOS. AT POPULAR PRICES. 313-315-an South I5ti Street , OMAHA. TT1 ? ATIV'C Cutorrh Oura curei cstirrU JjlltlN 111 i Q All druKKliti. 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