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THE OiMATtA DAILY UEE . ' TUESDAY. OP/rOBER 8. 1803.
STRAIGHT POPS OR NOTHING People's Party Convention Decides that Pnsion is a Very Bad Thing. DISCUSSED IN THEIR CONVENTION Lender * lake Up tlio llnntulnry nnd Drrldn to Tight It Out Alone DmniKTftllo IllniiilUliinont * \VltlintiiiKl The 'llckot. State Senator AI.I.nN HOOT HnorllT JAMK"M. roWI.KIl Trraiurcr 1'ltANIC I' . HIIUIAHI ) Clerk WIUjISIUWsM'Kril IteRlilor T. 0. .IKKI-nilW County .IndKii ( JKOHUI2A. MAONKV Coroner 1' . VOX \Kr.M I Hiiporliitumlentof Holioiils MUH , ur.CKI.IA 0XiiII : < Hnrveyorr I ) . P. ICNIOMT County Coiniiilssioners : Third DMrlet U L.STKIMir.NS I'lfth DlMrlot 1' . 1" IIM'MKU The populist county contention met yester day afternoon nt Knights ot Labor hall , naming populist candidates lorall tlio county onices , instructing the delegates to the juili clnt convention to vote for none hut populist nominees for the district bonuh. and thereby brewed a capacious kettle of itrlcf for a lot ot aspiring candidates of both the old parties , who were hopefully looking for an endorse ment. A lot of political family linen was laun dered , much to the Information anil cdltlca tlon of the spectators , who were thus made 'acquainted for the llrst tune \\lth a cotmlo of pretty little schemes , that were , however , doomed to die a-bornln' . Ono was the. plan of the democrats to bring about fusion on the whole i-ounty ticket and the other wii the pet si-homo of a lot of republicans , who arc opposed to the bar nominees for the bench , to fuse with the populists on tlio judicial ticket. Another little ) plan that burdened the con science of V. O. Stricklcr before the conven tion was called to order , cunteinplatcit the leaving vacant of tlio position of register of deeds anil county commissioner from the Fifth district , to be followed by a fusion with the democrats , by which Klsusscr would bo endorsed b.y tlio populist county central committed for the ofllco of register of deeds , and R L. Hluiner would likewise ho cndorhi'd for the ofllco of commissioner by the democrats , who would in that event withdraw thu name \Villliiiu Siovers , who was nominated for that position by the democratic eountv convention. It transpired subsequently that Stricklcr was perfectly willing for fjslon to OLViir , if it would only include his pot plan relating to the judicial ticket , hut when that part of it was knocked out ho fell upon the fuiion idea with a stuiTcd club ami hammered it until not a vestige of vitality remained. Peter Kisassor. Jonathan Edwards and a lot of other candidates of both the other parties were on hand to sec what im petus might bo piven their respective booms , hut the Drouth of none of them was siiflk'icat to necessitate the ealllnr ; of a furniture van to carry any of the booiulots away , each candidate tricking up his re- tpoctivo property and walking away with it as if it woitihcd no more than a eouplo of tons of eoal. Ol'ciinl/liiK tlio ItiMly. Jtidgo .1. M. Fowler of South Omaha called the convention to order at 2'M : o'clock and Secretary N. 1 * . Sacltett read the call. Fr.ink Hibb.ml nominated G. A. Maguey for temporary chuirmari and he was elected. N. P. Sackott was niado temporary secre tary. Theie wore no contests. All the wards in the city , South Omalia and slxof the country precincts wore represented. The temporary organization was mailo permanent. The following committee on resolutions and platform was unpointed : ( I. Cohen , J. W. Kdgorton , John Jcfl'coat , G. AV. Drowsier , A. A. Perry. Delegates present were instructed to cast the full vote to which their delegation was entitled. While a collection was being taken to defray the icntal of the Hall , G.V. . Kinche- low was trolled out for a speech. Ho called forth a storm of applause by stating that the populists did not stop to inquire whether a candidate for ollleo was a Catholic or Pro- tcstaiit , und ho was proud to belong to u party that believed in keeping church and siato entirely distinct and separate. Ho censured the democratic county convention for falling to formulate a platform , and orated u while in the interest of frco colnago of silver. D. Clem JJoavcr , chairman of the state central committee , .iid that fortholirst time aineo tlio organization of the party thcro was now a lull organl/atlon of the committee , with a representative from all I parts of the state. Ho spolto of the factional 1 lights in thi ; old parties , and claimed that 1t 1I vigorous work would carry the county this f.ill for the populisms. Money Is coming in ns it has never come before , which , in : heso hard times , showed the Interest and feeling of tlio people of the state. U'licro tliulKii ISrandrl * StnndH. Judge Ilrandcis was called lor and said that ho hail always been a democrat and always would bo on general principles , as he was horn that way. Ho would not have bait a word to nay if ho had been fairly treated in the democratic county convention , but ho was counted out. IIo thought lie knew as much ns nny third-class lawyer , anil ho was willing to taku his chances with tlio people. "flow do j on stand on ttio silver question ? " demanded a delcKato. "Moin Oott , I dakcs uoto eold and silver , " responded the genial Genmfn , and then the convention smiled aloud u.itil it was tired , "How long have you held the oluYo of Jus tice of the peacol" asked another delegate. "Veil , dm la vein you huf mo when my hair vas short , " said thu Judge npolocot- ii-ally. " 1 hat been In It eighteen years. " "Who elected you ? " ' Oh , all der beoples. " "Why don't you go to tlio republicans and try to get another nomination ? " -Uh urn. Dot van very much against my Brains. " ' If nominated hero will you support the people's tlckott" asked D.ivo Kowden , "Of com sol vil I ; you hot your life , but I vill bo a dcmocra. yust dor same. " Once more the convention shrieked In wild hilarity , and then thu committee on icsolutlons canio In with HK report. The report was very brief , simply reaf firming tlio platform of principles adopted by the national convention In this city a year ago anil by thu Htatu convention at Lin coln hint month , and favoring the Plattu river canal project if feasible , providing for ownership by the city and county. Thu resolutions were adopted , Frank Hibbard moved that the nomina tion of county eommlssluncru and the selec tion of delegates to the Judicial convention bo at once taken up , lib many of the country delegates hud to leave on an early tram and had especial Interest In these matters. It was so ordered and , the apportionment was imulo. thu same im for the state convention , with thrcu from each ward , seven from South Omaha , ten from tlio country in-e- t clnutp und two at largo. ICoilolf Marled tliu Itinv. Dr. Iioilolf asked the adoption of the fol lowing resolution ; ItCholved , That tliu delt'euiut to the Judicial con * untlon to bit huid In Uniiilm October U , lfi'J3ljo Instructed to win U for tliu nomination of thieocamlldiK ! > fordlxtrlct Judivlioaiii knov > n popuhbtii , and nut enter Into any duul or iMjtnhlmitluM nor muKo any concc&ilim * to cither ot thu did purtlvs. This precipitated trouble. V. O , Strleklor wanted to know what three iwpullbt lawyers there were in the district wno could bo elected. Dr. Itodolf stated that if there were not three popullul lawyert. In the Fourth Judicial dlbtricthoMiuiailll a place on thu bench | with credit to themselves anil the party they represented it wus iho proper thing for the party to leave the places vacant. The populists represented a principle und he thought it a thousand times better to ? 10o down In defeat with colors Hying and name untarnished tliuii to achieve 11 < | Uesilonablo success that must bo followed by | K > lItlcal it voices because of the methods employed und the men und measures endorsed , bume I'vraiiiuil < li'n out. Stncklcr clinrf ci ( that the men behind the resolution had Lccu ia cousullatlou iu a cer tain oftlco on a certain night with n lot of Icmocrats with reference to n plan for fusion on the entire county ticket , and ono of them hnd proposed that it bo on a basis of Ihe respective vote of the two parties. Ho was opposed to thuB.blnding and gatrging the delegation to the Judicial convention. The populists could not afford to put forth a man who was not eminently fitted for the placo. and linn so tlcelnred two years ace , when rMclle. Ferguson nnd Irvlno had been en dorsed. If this move was persisted in bv the men who were backing this roiolutlon ho would Insist that all the candidates of the warty be populists nnd further instruct the central eommltteo that no ono was to bo endoised and to allow only the names of populists to go on the ticket. / . P. Hedges endorsed the resolution , and boliovcil it to bo the sentiment of cvcr.v hon est potmlist present. Ilo thought It very b.irt taste In Strickler to bring any of his grievances thcru to bo aired , nnd ho hoped that thu delegates would not allow any nice talk to wheedle thorn out of what they ought to do , .1. O. Yelser backed tip Strlcklor and ad vised the taking of ono ofllco if that was all they could get , ns ilm taking possession of oftlces wus the grandest virtue of n political party , and thcro was no prlnciirio hi politics anyway , O. K. Johnson insisted that If su-ha reso lution hail been adopted by thu party three ypnrs ngo It would now bo tlio leading party hi the .state. Ill , " , ! < > < ! to tlio Itrftcur. Strlekler mimed .loo ICilgcrton nnd Judge Fowler as two of the men who had been present at the unholy Lonfcrenro in J. .1. Kvi'i'Ingham's oflli'i ) unit I&lgcrton felt culled upon to say something In reply He pleaded guilty to being there to hear any proposition thai thu domoernts might wish to make and said that if there was anything treasonable In that ho wnj sclf-eotifessodly culpable. The populists present at that time went tlicro ns individuals and It was understood by tlio other sldo that thov could only ro- eoivo such propositions us might ho niado and submit thorn to the p.irty. As ajmatter of fact no propositions wern made by either side. A republican lawyer had come to lilm , however , mid told him that everything was "llxed. " That It was arranged for the republican and populist conventions to be held on the same day and that each would appoint a conference committee , which would name a judicial tioltot < isist- Ing of one populist and two republicans. The speaker was opposed to this plan and so Informed the republican , wno confided to him that ho was to bo ono of the republican nominees. Ho had ever since been working to prevent nny such deal being carried Into o fleet , and ho hoped that If there were not three good lawyers of their own latth to bo secured the couvL-nlirm would name three good , honest farmers and let It go at that. Jt Wu * I'nrcly "Inforiiml. " ,1. .1. Kverlngham took a whirl at the cur rent topic , and said that [ ' . W. Itlrkhauscr w.is one of the democrats present at the mooting referred to , and that there wore other members of both the .lacksonlan and Samoset clubs. Ho was confident that nothing dishonorable bad been attempted. Stricklcr stuck to bis original proposition , and said that ICdgerton had Informed Con Gallagher that the respective party votes would"forma good basis for a fusion. If that was not a proposition he did not know what was. was.Hibbard wanted to adopt the resolution requiring the nomination of none hut pop ulists , and in the failure of a nomination leave thoplaco vacant , endorsing no one. Stricklcr moved as an amendment tbnt populists bo named if such could bo found available , but if not , that the delegation ex ercise its best judgment as to the interests of the party. It was dofeatcd by a vote of 53 to 77 , and the original resolution was passed by a vote of 82 to 40. rirkod Tor Dolecntos. A sbort recess was take'i to allow the wards and precincts time to select their dele gates , and the following list , was submitted : Klrsl wurd-1) ) . C. Uowden , 0. Sack , F. K. ' lloll'iniin ; Second wind K J. Quliiliiti , I' . II. McNrul , I' . 1' . Schmidt ; Third wnrd-O. llodolf , O. K. Stutsiiey.il. Cohen ; Fourth ward .1. It. UonklliiK , Simeon Hlootn , V. O. Strlcklor ; Fifth wiird u.V. . llnrku , .J. O. Alonnliixi'r. Carl Meyers ; Sixth ward 1'cter KuwU , A. tl. dale , Andrew Dow : .Seventh wuid T. U. Kulsey , licriiinii Wlleox , G. W. Covull ; Eighth ward John JulYcoat. 0. A. MiiKney , ( SrorKu Nestino ; Ninth wind T. Uerrlnc , SlmHubblns , J. O , Vi'lsor. i-outh Omaha II. O. Hell , .1. W. Kdtrerton , William Ubby , A. W. Adams. .M. MeUuIru , O. W. Idinorth , .1. U. Graham. ITiilon-F. II. Hlblmid , Kihvaul Knight. Wntoiloo O , I'liyne. Jpffprsoii A. J. Williams. Viillny-E. G. Kitchen. McArdlc I' . McArdlc. r.lkhoin ! ' . J.Conipton. West Oinalm E. Stoddaid. At l.aigo K. I. Moirow , 10. . Jeffries. Only I'lipg Wuntcd. The list was adopted aslend , , and Strlck ler then hastened to set himself right with the convention , and at tlio same time vent his spite tor his defeat by carrying out his previous threat to offer a resolution calling for the nomination of none but populists for any ofllco , and instructing the central com mittee to place tlio names of none but popu lists on the ticket , or in filling vacancies. It was adopted with a whoop that surprised the mover more than any one else. The selection ot commissioners was then taken up. and the delegates from the two Interested districts retired lo agrco on can- . , t .t. . . didates. When they reported , ton minutes later , the tire the Fnrnum at Street theater was under full headway and several of the dele gates had skipped. Tlio Third district presented the name of Li. I * Stephens , and the Fifth district sub mitted the name of F. Li. Blumor. Both , were declared nominated by acclamation. Comity treasurer was next in order. H. C. IJrowstcr was named , but declined. Then Frank Hibbard was cajoled into withdraw ing n very decided declination , and lua name will go on the ticket. From that point everything was easy. .Itldgo J. M. Fowler of South Oinajia was nominated for sheriff by acclamation , ua was Oi'orgo A. Maguey for county judge. Willis I Hudspoth for county clerk. I ) . I1. Knight lor I county surveyor and T. C. Jefferlcs for regis ter of deeds. .Mrs. O'.Vflll lor Superintendent. For superintendent of schools those named wore John Jcffronl , Mrs. Ella W. Poattle , Mrs , Cecilia O'Neill unit .T. U. Hard oll. Mrs , Cecilia's cause was championed by Mr. Cecilia , who was a delegate , and she won in u canter m fairly good time , notwithstanding the extravagant exposition of her qualifications and good points by the head ot the family. For a time it looked ae if Mr. Dnrdwoll was goinc to capture the plum , but a brilliant effort by Ti C. Kelsey about the safety of the nation depending on tlus honor of bur men and the chastity of her women stemmed the tide. Then it wus that Mr , O'Neill jumped into the breach , and Mrs. Cecilia sailed into the nominative port by acclamation. For coroner the following were named : .lolm.IolTVoat , .1. W. Uigan , Chatlos iioilolf , Dr. J. H. Conklliig , Allen Hoot and Dr. P. Von Uickum. All ( inclined , with the ex ception of Mr. Hoot , who was not present , and the nomination went to Dr. Von Lackum in the same way as the others had gone. The nomination for the unexplred term as state senator wus all that was left , and that was taken over und dumped in Allen Hoot's ilooryard without permission or debate. Kiiklly Kiidpd. The convention tackled the question of constables and justices of the peace for a mo ment , although neither was covered by the call , but it was decided to leave that to the county central committee after u short skir , mish. CV. . Hennlng and I ) . L. I.apslo.y were named , and then the convention got into a Jangle over Judge Hrundels , who otc. cured the floor , and in answer to u question us to whether ho considered hlmselr a popu list , answered , "Ves , sir , I do , " A vote was tulccn on his candidacy , and ho wits promptly rejected by a vote of CO to 26. The following county central committee was appointed , and ordered to meet tit the K\n\a : place next Saturday night to organize ; 1'lit.t word. J. Irwin , O. Sack. I ) . O , Konden ; Hi'u'ond , - ; Third. 11. c.'ohun , p. Hiutnvy , J. W. lIUuiiuj I'lftli. ' J. O. MoiuihiKo. T. Jleniiutt , } ' . W , HomiluBi hlxth. Uhurlcb Jnliiitoii , Wll- ll.ua Athlon. I'olpr Klclvlt ; Hovcnlh , J. W. Loaan. 11. A. 1'crry , T. O. KoUoy ; Kliflitli , J.J. Kyo jnirlmm , U. fl , Itadiuorti , J , 0. Whip- pin ' ; Ninth , T. lU'rrlim , tllus ltolljns | , Joaoph ' U't'iuinor. youtl , Ouinlui W. II , Ilucbcth , X. I' . J , t' . Uralmrn , I' . ChrUtonsuu , M , McGulro. I'nlouK J ! . Knltrht , inoy e , v , v-uwit"- A resolution was adopted providing for the' summary liouiicliitr of any I'oinmlttcciuun or I'uiiJlduto who pruvcn untrue to the princi ples of thu party , FALCONER'S ' GREAT VALUES The Rush Today Was Enormous Onr 60o Silks Are Going RnpiJly , OUR SI.50 HONEY COMB CLOTH AT 98C. Tank the I.omt In Our Irc OooiU le- pnrtiurnt Orrnt Kxrltetnrnt I'rcrnlletl on Our Oil I'loor Aiming tlio Chliui unit ( limn Wnre. Today the interest will bo greater. 1,000 PAIR OF NEW nLANKEfS GO ON SPECIAL SALE. A splendid 10-1 blanket for the open ing Fttlo goes ut 78c per imir. You would be charged $ l.2."i n pair for tht'ho blunkots unywhoro clso in this country. Our regular $ l.f > 0 bliinkot wo will olfor during this pnlo ut DSe iof ) pui All our $2.00 bltmkots go ut $1.119. Ko- tneinbor tlioso arc nil now blankets. Wo did not carry over a puir. Kvcry blankest in our now stock will , bo olTcrcd this week at least Ho pur cunt less than regular price. Comforts ut about half price. 85o bed comforts go ut18e. . $1.50 Turkey red bud comforts go nt DSo cucli. SILKS AT 580. The run on our f > 8u crystal bougullno ka WUH very lurgo. This is undoubt edly the best'vuluo In silks over ] ) luccd on our coumorH. Tnoy nro ubdolutvly worth $1.00 per yard. After this lot Is sold wo cannot got tiny moro , ns the en tire importation wus bought up. Our U8c wool honey comb suiting sold splendidly. It is specially nuulo for struct or travolingis warm und durable. Wo will soil it later ntfcl.GO buy now while it is only ! ) Sc. The width is 50 inches. DON'T MISS SEEING $1.50 blnck French chevrons during this sale , ! ) Su will be tlio price. Our CLOAK AND SUIT DEPART MENT is in elegant shape. 1000 line $10.00 , S15.00 , $20.00 mid $2o.OO ready made suits wore slightly dnmnged in transit ; half of them wore sold today ; the whole lot go ut & 1.-18 jier suit , though the damaged can bo easily remedied. DON'T FAIL to visit , our third Moor ; thousands of pieces of glass and chiiiuwa.ro went out today. A sav ing of f > 0 per cent is guaranteed on everything. Wo don't intend to have a piece loft by Saturday night. GLASS WAKE. lOc glasses are going nt Jo each. 12io glusbcs are going for Tic each. 15c glasses are going for Tic. Cliiiiuwaro proportionately low. N. 13. FALCONER. I'lirmlii ) ; Without 1'ulliir' . The loss occasioned by the drouth this your is incalculable. The system of farming that eliminates risk can now bo appreciated. Irrigation makes the rais ing of crops absolutely certain. A failure - uro is never known under ditch. The yield , too , is from four to ton times us much us the same acreage produced in the rain bolt. Fanners in irrigated sec tions are uniformly prosperous. . There uro many farmers under tlio canals in Colorado who xvill realize 310,000 from their 80-ucro farms this -year. No won der such land with u water right sells for $200 un acre. The Bcl- mont canal in Cheyenne county , along the North Plutto valley , covers 40,000 , acres , matchless soil. The climate is mild , the winters short , the atmosphere pure and healthful. G. J. Hunt , 203 First National bunk , bells land with a perpetual water right under tliis canal ut from $20.00 to § 30.00 an acre , und on terms of One-tenth down to parties who will move on at once and begin to Improve. Stores , postollices and schools already established. Over 4.000 acres in cultivation. Plenty of time yet for winter wheat and rye. Half-fare furnished you to look it over. a > Dr. Muttico , ollico and res. 1707 Dodge. Puclllc Count iietirslim. ( On October llth the Chicago , Rock Island & Pacific Ry. will inaugurate its regular winter tourist ' excursions. Through tourist sleepers will leave Omaha- ( 2:0. : ) p. m. and run through to Los Angeles without change. There through curs will leave Omaha at 2:03 : p. in. every Wednesday during the Benson until further notice , Oct. 11 , 18 , 2. " > , Nov. 1 , 8. 15 , 22 and 2 ! ) , etc. These excursions will bo in charge of and personally conducted by un agent ol the celebrated Phillips Excursion Co. , aud no pains will bo spared by the manage ment this season , as in the past , to make these excursions a quick , Inexpensive and comfortable trip for all those who rontomplnto going during the fall and winter to points on the Pacific coast. Tlio tourist sleepers used on these ex cursions will bo the latest designed by the Pullman Co. , being supplied with the sumo equipment in the way of bedding , maltraSbCb , etc. , as are used on the regular Pullman utundnrcl blcepor , with u competent porter in charge. For full information regarding rates , bleeping car reservations , maps , time tables , etc. , nddrcfes , Oil AS. JCBNNKIJY , G. N. W. P. A. , KI02 Furnnm St. , Omaha , Neb. Chirac" nnil lluliiru , Kill.00 , Ootobor 0 , 7 anil 8 the Chicago , Rock Inland ifc Pacific railway will sell roundtrip - trip tickets to Chicago and return at the low rate of $10.00 , peed to return till Ootobor 18. Get ono of our maps showing connections ut Eiiglowood with olcctrlc line and to tliorounds. ( . Seenro your tickets viu the Hoek Island und avoid tiresome nnd oxpeiiblvo trips across the city. Four daily trains each way , the "World's fair limited , leaving lit 4 p. in. and will put you on the fall grounds ut 8 n. in. Tlio Nebraska btato limited leaves Omaha ut fj p , in. nnil putH you on the grounds ut 1) ) u. in. Yon can't beat it for time , nnd the equipment and dining cur borvieo is nno.xccled Sleeping car berths secured in advunco. Uaggago checked from your roi'jdcnco. TinirUt nro the lutu&t , most coinfortublo and coin mod ions menus of travel for lurgo parties. IntendingbuttlorHhoniebeekers hnnting purtins and ethers will lliu those ears cm the Union I'noilio system fully equipped in every way. For add I tional informution regarding thnso curs . BOO your nouroot ticket ugcnt , any Union Pucillc ugent or uddradH E. L. LOMAX , General Passenger und Ticket Agent , Oinahu , Nob. ' lluydnh Ilro * . It IB no Biirprisb to thoio who are posted to BCO thelarge ! crowds at lluy- don's. Closing out tlio ] SI > 11 stock is ono of the big drawing cards , , t > ut the most Impor tant part in the prides wo nro making on this stock. Look what's on sale today 2,000 , yards of oadford cords in mill remnants , worth IfTe , on salo2je yard. 0,000 yards of mill remnants of the very < best "jc calle < only 2e yard. 200 pieces IlO-inclt ! wide side band cal ice 5c yard. 100 pieces no-lndh double fold fleeced serge , worth i'o.'on ' Palo lOcyurd. 200 pieces shaker llanncl , 4o yard. 40-inch wide unbleached muslin , Hjc. 'Ki'inch Ktnndurd sheeting remnants , So yard. Dark outing flannel , Go yard. 50o turkey red table damask , 2im yard. All colors in lining cambric. 'Uc yurd. Hcd comforts 2oc , 7 > 0o , 75c , $1.00 , etc. , . ' (0 ( puir white wool mixed blankets , slightly soiled , on sale at $1.50 pair. Our buyers in eastern markets keep tie supplied , so wo have now burgnins to olTor you dully. A limit as to quantity will bo placed on all those special bargains in order to make them reach ni fur as possible. 1IAYDEN BROS. , Largest Hlaiikot Dealers in the West. Tim I.invest World's 1'nlr Unto * Vet An. noiinci'il. For "Chicago Day" ( October ! ) ) at the World's ' fair the Hurlington route will sell round trip tickets to Chicago at $10.00. Tickets are good to return until Octo ber 18 , mid will bo on sale October 0 , 7 and 8. Three vcstlbulcd and gas-lighted trains daily. Ask the Burlington's city ticket agent at J.124 Farnam street. o Only llull-fiiro To the St. Louis fair and exposition via ho Wabash railroad. From Suturduy , September HO , to Saturday. October 7 , ucltisivo , tlio Wnbash will sell round- rip tickets at above rate. On Tuesday ivening , October 'i , will appear the mag- lilicent street parade of tlio Veiled Jrophots , which with the street ilium- nations rival the most brilliant dis- iluys of Paris or the great World's fair. ? or u program of the full festivities , looping car accommodations or tickets , lull ut the Wabash ollioo , 1502 Farnam itrcet , or write G. N. CLAYTON , Northwestern Pas jcuger Agent , Omalia , Nob. To rhyMcmiiB uml tlio Public. During the temporary inconvenience caused by the fire wo will handle our ireseription business at the store of Sherman & McConnell. Our proscrip- ion files wore saved und wo cuti insure our patrons perfect service with undam aged niatoriuls. SNOW , LUND & Co. Vour Opportunity Invites you now. Rich western lands can now bo bought ut reasonable prices and great bargains secured in the min eral , agricultural and grazing regions cached by the Union .Pucilic system. The opportunity of a lifetime for invost- nent ! Send for the Union Pacific pub- Jcution on Wyoming , Colorado , Mon tana , Idaho , Utah and other western states. E. L. LOMAX , Gcn'l Puss , nnd Tk't Ag't , Omaha , Neb. On October ( ith , 7th unU Hill Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul 'uilwuy will soil round tr.ip tickets to Chicago for $10.00. Those tickets are good on all trains aud on till curs , in cluding Bleeping and parloricai's , and ire good returning' until October 18. riic Milwaukee is the only road running trains lighted by electricity. Electric lump in each berth. City ticket office , 1501 Farnam street. C. S. Currier , city ticket ngent. World'H 1'nlr Itittci * Will Nai'or Ho Lower Than those quoted by the Burlington route for ' 'Chicago Day , " October 9. Round trip tickets nt $10.00. Tickets uro good to return until Octo ber 18 , und will bo on sale October 0 , 7 nnd 8. Three vestibulcd und gas-lighted trains daily. See the Burlington's city ticket ugcnt nt 1IS24 Farnam street. Only S51O.OO To Chicago and return via the Chicago & Northwestern railway. October ( i , 7 and 8 , good returning until October 18. Am You riiinnluj. u U'orHi'H iMlr Trip ? Bear in mind the decided advantages of the Chicago & Northwestern railway. Four daily eastern express trains , with now and upeciul equipment , unexcelled west of Chicago. Low rates. Baggage checked from your home. Choice of quick , safe and comfortable methods of transfer direct to the World's fair grounds. Call , or bond your address to the city ticket otlicc , No. 1401 Farnam st. R. R. RiTCiin : , G. F. WBST. General Agont. C. P. & T. A. _ _ The MllmiuUuo Sells round trip tickets to Chicago October 0 , 7 nml 8 for $10.00. Good to October 18. I.IIHl CllllllfC. Cheap tickets to Texas , October 10. Call on or address E. L. Palmer , puss , tigt. Santa Fo route , Omaha , Nob. TIIK KKAI/l'V M.VItKHT. INSTHUMENTS placed on recoul Ootoher 2 , IbOH : WAIIIIANTV DIIKDS. I , F Austin to II W Jhinlmr. lot 4 , hlock U und lot -I , hlock 0 , Hartford 1'lnoo . , . $ 1 A.S Aiikeimiiuiiml wlfo to O J I , owls , lot , 21 , block D , HuiihUOin I'luco . 0,000 Murk llmihcii and wife to AiiKOllne llunsnn , CO feet of o 102 fcul of w 18' ' ; foutof ta\ lot H lnn4-U-1.1 . 2 Itoiii ( joiintin 11 mill Holland to J Slltir- ihiKton tit al , lot 10 , bl ok Ill , South Oimilm . l.VOO W It Mclklo und \vlfu Ui K It Mc luk , w 34 foul , lot24 , block 0 , HrlK-- * ' I'luco . . . 4,000 W 1C Wulkur nnd wlfu to Nollierlou Mull , lot : ) , hlocic 17 , i'iilly'i.idd. ; . . . 2,000 Nuthorton Iliili to J U Vim A very , lot 3 , block 17Hciilly'H mid . 2,000 Cnrl J'rlschinumi mill wlfo to Isaac DoiiKlux , lot H , bloc ) ; lf , Pioypcct I'liu-o . . . . . . . 6.000 A K Mrl.'HiHllciis , sr , Ui.I Y Urulif , lot 12 , block a , Iiubelndd . 1,100 KO Whl'nov und hu land to II N Whltuuy , ffiO\2riC fuel In 21-10-ja , cimiiiiuiiclng at t > o curner Morsomaii mirk W T ( irahuni and wife to i : U WlUon , w 10 feoi of n aO foot of lutil I , block 1 , 1'utrlck'u udd IIGKIIS. G A Ill-illicit. bhcrltrto J i' Hoe , lot 1 , Tllltlu'H blibilh' , cxcvpt h 120,4 fciul , . 3,800 b'uinc lo.Moirls L vyvt20 fuut of uD- dlv lot Dund JUfutaof biibdiv lot 4 , lot 2 , Capitol add , . . 9,240 Totuluniountot transfers i 28B4S Theouly 1'tire Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum. Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard llDIIND-TilU' Tit Kf.TS TO UIIICAUO fnlr sn.OO Knch \ \ ny. October (1. ( 7 and 8 tickets will bo on sale to Chicago via the Chicago iV Northwestern railway at $10.00 round trip , good returning" till October 18. The host opportunity of the season for a visit to "tho World's ' fair. " These tickets are first class and good in free parlor cars or sleepers. Extra equipment will bo provided on the above " dates 1 order that thcro may be room for all. Four passenger trains to Chicago cage dully. Call at the city ticket ofllco , No. 1401 Furnam street , for further information. VVnnl Olevrliiml til Clone M. CHICAGO , Oct. ' _ ' . As the World's Colum bian exposition WHB onii'lully opened by tlio nation's chief executive , so It will probably he closed. Director Quiicr.il U.ivls Imi ru- turncd from Washington , anil , while ho hail no conversation with President Cleveland on the subject , ho i.ivo it ns his opinion that if the pivsl.lnut could so .thapo his cxoctitlvo and priv.Uu huslncss ho would bo In Ullo.iio to oniclally ulnsn the fair , An Invllattuii to the president to do this will prohihlv hj extended - tended by means of a aneolal committco of World's fairoDlclaU within a short timo. All members ol Wushingtm lodge No. 27 , Degree of Honor uro ro- quostud to uttend the funeral of Sister .Joseph Startil , from the residence , 110:18 : Plurcp Htreet , Wcdncbday , October 4 , ut 2 o'clock p. m. Mus. S. H. PATTKN , C. of H. Hiiillul Trip t Dlilriiuo , SIO.OO , October 0 , 7 and 8 , via Chlciigo , Mil waukee & St. Paul. Tickets good until October 18. 1501 Fiirnum. nought Out lliu .Mi KNOXvii.i.ii , Oct. 2. It is reported hero that the Hcsscmer Ore trust has secured control of the Magnetic property at Cran berry. N. C. Tlio price paid Is said to ho Sl.OOO.OO'J. 'Long ' Life and Good Health" In Kickapoo Sagwa. Take Nature's Remedy Now. All I't'nxiiift Suflfcrlni ; from the Impurities of tlio ISlond nru Itoiuly I'roy of Kpldcin- lc.it llnlnrhil 1'nvum und nil 1'ornm of I'roitrntluii. Klflinpoo Indlun Siicirn It the Snfrnt , iSrst nnd Mutt lU'llnblo ISlooi ! Itcuiedy Made. Klolcapoo I nil Inn Sngwa will euro nil troubles oilglnntlni , ' In linpiiru blood , cutely , speedily , periimiiently , nnil with economy. Impure blood ia manifest in I'lmplc * , lllotchcg , Iloila , Ciirbuncle ! , Krnptlons or Sir 9 , Sallow Skin , Salt Itlieimi , Kto. The only wuy In which to ultcr tills state of tilings is to Clcunsc tlio Illood from nil Im purities nnd allow n Free , Unobstructed Clr- dilution Through Kvciy Vein and Aitcryof the Jtody. Kivkupoo Indian Sugwn ns a Jllooil mnt-itirj , Htootl-cleanslny and Life-sustiiining inedlciiip Inn eclipsed uny blood put tiler yet prmlncnl "fnJIaai Gathering Rnolt , ffeiln ami Hark * Jiiillan - . " far KlcLnpoo Sngti-a. Of nil races In the world the Indians htand lu-ciiiliicnt for their longevity mid health. U'l tn H ? Listen I If peiulianco slcknem ftttnclcHthcuii"0 I'olsonoui DJIIKS mo iof rt ed to nothing but iiuture IH eouRulted nnd iiiituioS fflfts appropriated to their cm i- . Tliu host find most rellnlilo ot roots , hril ) . , l.nvfcs inn ! cunn constitute their iiiodlcini-s In-nee tlio Indian's nolilo physique , pur- lilnoil , liifih muscular development , strong tiamo , nmlfcouiul iuags. Scrofula Cured By Sagwa. . WlNCIir.STI.il , K. H. , Muieli 17 , 18K. For. tlio past 25 yi-iir 1 have 1 > crn toirilily tilllutcd with Sciofiiln , uiul liuvo trlud over } . tiilnj'tlicro was In tlio mnrkct , hutcmihl uct n > i ullef. A yt-ur njro I pmcluised six bittlli-E of the Klcknpoo Jndlnn SIIK ' . , U'jd ' "V . .u < IHOwin oomplctoly cured , unit tlie ctitlrr iioNnn wna fllnilniitcd from my nyttrin. itwnvd iseon It Iu tliohoiic , und my wife mid mvHclf both tnko It whenev r w fcol tlio ert-tldt "nmtlown. " I would vnthurpny i. ' . a bnttlo for KIcliupoo Indiim SnKwa tlmn lo hovltUoutlt. CHAnLisil.BEAVCn : SUFFERED FOUR YEARS. Doctors powerless Kickapoo In dian Sagwa Curoo. MKHIDES , X. H. . Dec. 3 , 1802. I linvobcenixoiinstiintBiiffurur fl0111 IJl'"l ' mil sliln dl-ciiKiM for four yenr- , nil I cuip loy- I thu > e t i.ietlli-Hl . Hklll ol.tuliiMliiu In tlili lint" bourne * trylnir tlio I'oston ' doctom. I'.lclmpoo InrtSnn PH MTII iiffordod mo morn P-lluf In two wonl.1 tliim nil thu different nnd t'lMay ' ' " 1 " 1-l.vilcliiiiH ' In four yeiiiv , 'well uiun , thank * to Kickapoo Indian Sagwa , motle tu the Indian ! from rootl , txirKi uml licrlit of their own gathering ar.J cnriny , it cltainubli ctfuiiy Jriiffyiit , at $1 per Bottle , Six Bottles for $5. Mandrake Pills huvo a vnluo as a house hold remedy far beyond the power of Ian gunfjo to dosc'-ibj. ' Thra fiunlly can hardly bo true to itself Hint iloos not keep thorn on hand for use in omorgon cics. Is tlio only vogottiulo sub'jtituto for that dangerous mineral , .MKUIHJUY , and while its action as a curative is fully equal , it IJO33C34US none of tlio perilous olYccls. In Conitlpation , M'indrako nets upon tlio bowels without disposing them to Bubasquont Coitivonos3. No remedy auts so ilircetly on the liver , nothing so hjioedily cures Bloic Heudacho , Sour StomE MS o tich , and Uiliousnnss as tlioso lor Suloliy all Drnz.'lsH. I'rlco 2. els , DOT lioxi.'l liotos for & " > cU. ; or som liy nmll , post- UKU true , on ruvulpt ot urluu. Ur , J. II. Schencx A : i-on. I'hlUdelplil i. HCIV ERfl MI5S1' MJltlJU'AI. l.lsri.VrAUV ; , ( UiiiKiiltaliiin True. ) u uniurpimuJ Iu ilia ireafuaii ol all o'ji'onto , Private ail Jxerirm * Dl eaiQi < Wfila lu or t'onvdll per uu li/ . I'UI VtMIK > I IIV M ill. . i AtldruM with stump for pir- lU'Uiury , wbtc i nil ! bu vral Ii 1' 0. BoxOSl , OfUce , 118 S , 16th street , Om ba. SAYS The Mayor of Omaha TO THE of Council Bluffs Iirrliif ) ; a few vetoes , there Is no motorm ! difference bet * ween our honoiMhle positions "Von are tlte mayor of Connell - ell nitillV ami I am the "mayor that H hills the Council" a politieul lUtill'yoti know ssivs a so-cnllcil competitor , we sell cooils equally as cheap as the Nebraska That's a eommerclal bluff Perhaps empty eusjs Nothing else We've sukl nothing about iiiul < .nveaf ttlfnow , bje inse we were planning a surprise party , with special prices to serve as refreshments Are you For utulerwer that are illrt cheap at : t5c , be- cattle you h.ive pukl SOc for the like , and again FOB.TY-FIVJ3 Forthe shirts and pants , you are always wil ling to pay 75e for. A desirable shade they are , clouded ( gray ) wool , pretty heavy For the celebrated patent fleece lined underwear - wear , quite a surprise , isn't it ? Von grab bed them last year at Sil.2S You'll pay $1.25 elsewhere this year The Nebraska got there with both feet , during that money phuh , now you can step in our shoes. ElftHTY-FIYB For the same natural wool underwear , you who are in the habit of wearing pay all sorts of prices , according to the ability of the sales man , and the coin you have to throw to the bow wows DOLLAK. For a warranted all wool medicated under wear in three different shades- Old gold Lilac and Scarlet Medicated iMarS ; you , it means the dye is boiled into the wool before knitting. Warranted all wool goods are worth not less than SI.SO. DOX.X.AB. . THIRTY For real camel's hair ; pay $5.01) a suit for the identicle elsewhere , because 'tis Dr. or Prof. Doolittle sanctified 'em , or some other humbug authority. We don't believe in robbing our customers for the benefit of a combine or mo nopoly. Finer underclothes than we carry are not to be had , you may depend you pay for honest goods here ; you may buy labels else where if you choose. Wo To-far to pag ) 42 0 ; UaijrctoftK HAVE YOU A CATALOGUE ? Send yoir : adJws right qaic'i , SEE33C-3ZB Do you want to present your .friend with some new novelty in gold or silver ? Then try R S. E. Cor. RAYMOND. IStli and Uoujlaa. . THE Mmlo ol tl IVIERCANTILE , ll,1Cht , . CIGAR , . , , , BETTER THAN o.u EVERI qual.ty of Ilnuiim Tolmo , . , , . * > t ImLurto. .icara , MauiirncCtml ta if. B. UICS thotcan JlUKCAMVIJaj Im bdup 1,1. CtCAKU Ur.unl 1 WIOJIY. ev.-ry rXrc-t W- . Tlio ColobriUod Now York and St. Louis EYE EXPERT , By Special Request will n uiii visit 5 , 6 , 7. How Are Your Eyes ? Do they uelie , burn , itcli , n'ntoror tire upon con tin noun usoV If they do they uro dofeitivo ! und should bo eurofully fitted with glnssos. Arc You Subject to Chronic Headache ? Tlio kind tluit begins in the region buck of and around tlio eyed , inuliln the eye fcol dullV If so the eyes aroat fault , and a pair of Inssos are needed. WHEN YOU CAN CALL ON AND CONSULT An Eminent Opthanalogist REMIiMBHRTlIEDATIiS : October Q , G , Y , At the store of May Meyer & Bro. Co. , who have the SOLE AGENCY FOR OMAHA. I\"C ranrrl , I'owdurnaru-to.uirrh il'jl O Allilnii-jrltttJ. SUucutu. IX SEEATMEBTT. 1'ur nil Cnronic , Nervous , Surgical , Private and Special Diseases of both Stricture , Hydrooalo , Vnrloocolo , And all other Irnu'jlrntn itnd utroasoniblo ahnrtrs. CO.NSUia'ATION fltKIi. Call on . . or mliJi-i'i.s. r DOUGLAS CLOCK. ( Gth AND DODOS STS. , Ol'flAHA , NEB. OppOHlto Iliiydun llro'H. WE NEVER FAIL lo ulmiHit thn niodt fti-Uldloui In I'/intDjcr.iplis. / If you liuvu n IVI.T hail KOO : | HUCCOHH In Kuttlnj a porfoot Ilkenefcn , try IIH. \Vn lire loiuid to plo.rjo you , ii wo lun'cr ulln.v u'urk to luavo our ktiidln tli.il in not tutls- 1 i rf i . 11 s 11. j n ' High Clus At I'opiit'ir i'rlcoi , Neb , 'Ywont AHI3 YOU AFRAID Hurt 1 DR , WITHERS ,