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THE OMATTA DAILY BEEt WEDNESDAY , DECEMBER 0 , 1803.
COMMISSION MEN'S ' RIGHTS Effort Made to Havo'Tnem Defined by the tbe District Court. . PAID FARE FOR A CATTLE SHIPPER Jacknon , Illcclin * < ' " H'frnillnR Thrlr 1'otltlnn on the Mntter of Commiv ilonft nnil I'n TOM Suit Acnlnit Ilio City Unify' * leolndcr. | A bitterly contested Inw suit , which has Occasioned considerable comment for more thnn n year , has at last been reached and Is on trial In the equity court , presided over by Judge Walton , where Alma Jackson , "William A. Mhreins and W. R Gibson , mem bers of the Hvo stock commission flrra of Jackson , Hlgplns & Co. of South Omaha , are RCclcitiK to restrain the South Omaha l.ivo Stock o&chnngo from Imposing line of $250 and from expelling them theiefrom. The story recited by the petition Ip the case states that one year ago last May the representative- another live stock llrm of South Omnha went up to Hradshaw. In this Btato , where ho baiiglit-n largo Invoice of cattle from George R Hurko. Berne tlmo later the cattle- reached the South Omaha jards consigned to Jackson , llUrulns & Co. , by whom thuy were sold upon the market. Immediately thereafter the llrm that se cured the option on the stoclf ? prior to the time when i . was shipped to Jackson , Hip- pins & Co. , commenced an Investigation for the purpose of learning how thny missed getting the cattle for which their ngoni had contracted. During this Investigation It Is claimed that the fact was developed that some of the members of the firm of Jackson , Hipglns & Co. paid the owner of the slock the sum of f3.SU , which was the amount of the railroad faro between Bradslmw and South Omaha. With tills information the casowas taken before the South Omaha Live Stock exchange , whore It was voted to cancel the membership of Jacksun , Higplns & Co. and line the lira' $230 for having violated lated ono of the rules of the organization. jlofora this was done , however , Jackson , Hlgging & Co. went Into the district court , where they secured a temporary restraining order , which prevented any further action until such time ns the case could bo heard upon Its merits. Since then it has hung lira , althougli a full investigation was demanded by the plaintiffs some tlmo ago. ' Norliurj ; I'lticd In the criminal court the jury in the case of the State against Ixmls P. Norberg , the ex-court , bailiff who was accused of tamper ing with the Jury in the case of Ingro Madscn against the Omaha Street Hallway company , returned a verdict of guilty as charged in the Information. i Some six weeks ago the Madson case was on trial in Judge Dufllo's court , where the plaintiff was seeking to recover damages kustained in alightinc from ono of the de fendant's trains at the intersection of Hurt and Seventeenth streets. During n recess of the court , Norberg , who was then an ofllccr of the court , an- preached Hans Talk , ono of the Jurors , and told him that there was money in it If he ' would return a verdict for the defendant. Instead of accepting any uropositlon from the tempter , Fall : reported the matter to the court , and an investigation followed with the result that Norberg was fined S2SU and costs. This line ho paid , and immc- diatolv thereafter a criminal action was commenced by the fillnir of nu information charging him with attempting to corrupt nnd bribe a juror. The case was put on trial Monday mornIng - Ing and submitted during the afternoon , and two hours later the verdict was returned. i Ono of the law suits which has beoomo bald-hcadod by reason of its age is being given another turn in Judge Fe'rgusan's court. In legal parlance this case is nown as the suit of Joseph P. Manning BfrtUnst William J. Council and is brought for the purpose of finding out who Is the owner of two and one-half acres of land out In ( irlflin & Smith's addition to the city of Omaha. Manning claims that ho obtained tltlo .through James E. North , the original pat entee , while Connell claims that his title came by the same route. The suit was com- pieneed some twenty years ace , and since that time It has been fought through all the courts of the state , going to the supreme court two or three times. A year or so ago It was sent back to this county for a rehear ing ana now Judge Ferguson will devote a couple of weeks in getting at the real issues end the merits. ( liven to I hu .lury. The suit of Carnegie , Phipps & Co. against jRlchards & Co. , which has cumbered the dockets of the federal court for a long time , was given to the Jury last night. The case prow out of thocons. ruction of the Montgom ery county , Iowa , courthouse. The defendants jwcro the principal contractors for the crec- Jtion of the Duildlng and they entered into nn agreement with the Pennsylvania con cern to furnish the iron work for the superstructure , roof and staircases. Rich- ; nrds & Co. tailed before the contract was ( . omplotcd , and the iron contractors were piourners to the extent of 815,471.11. The present suit is for this amount with interest fet 7 per cent from July 18 , Ifa'Jl. The entire uay yesterday was occupied with arguments of counso } and the Jury will bring iu its ver dict this morning. YTiuitR Ilia Ulmructur Itepiilrcil. Erail Sick is another individual who has trouble on his mind and In Judge Hopowcll's court ho has undertaken to convince the Jury that ho Is entitled to recover the sum of 13,500 from Valentino ICock , a man who runs a hotel down on Cass'street. Kmil alleges that ho is a young man with R reputation above ropropcti and in Gorman circles is something of a society man. lie nvcrs that when the hotel was opened on .Christmas day , 161)2 ) , ho was about the hotel , .Vrhcro most of the guests were taking a 1)0 wl. While theru , ho avers that the land lord came along and accused him of pocket ing n bottle of spirits. This , ICtnil says , made him feel sad ana ho at once decided that ho would have some balm fora damaged reputation , hence the suit which is now in the courts. Jury Couldn't Agree , The Jurors In the state case which was on trial before Judge Scott during the greater portion of last week came Into court yes. tcrday nnd announced that they were unable - able to agree. They had been locked up since last Saturday afternoon nnd were ills- charged after they had told the court that nn agreement was ono of the Impossibilities , This was the criminal cnso wherein L. n. He.vnoltls was charged with having carved Jits son-in-law , Klsso. It was a family row , which took place down on Bancroft street come six months ago. Acntiut u Cuiiitulile. Virgil Allnyn has sued Constable Charles "W , Allen and tils bondsmen In an action to recover the sum of \ 2.DOO , alleged damages. Ho declares that for a long time prior to November 9 ho was proprietor ot the Hotel lliohelieii and was doing a prosperous busl- ncssj that during ono ( talk night lust month this constable & ooiicit ilo\\n upon the place and landed all of the furniture upon the sidewalk. Uy rcnsou of this official act the plaintiff avers that ho Is in line to recover the amount fur which ho has brought suit. Suit Agiiliiit tliu City. In Judge Ambrose's court the case of George \V. Kellogg against the city Is oc- cupvlng coma attention , Kellogg U the owner of a lot nt Doratur nnd Twenty-ninth streets , which streets were ordered graded lit some Uato lust summer. Ho avers 'that lie was not allowed damages by the tin- jirulsers. and roitscqurntly hu has appealed , 'I ho Dot-cm bur term of the county court oretied ycMeidny .vllli 21U casts an the call. Tno day wus spent in hearing motions ami setting tli'itilals. The best medical authorities say the proper way to treat catarrh is to toke a con- UMiouaf remedy xoricn TO imumnsTs AND I.IQUOK DCAI.KKS. In order to avoid delays In the issuance of licences , I deem It proper to call the atten tion of all whom it may concern to the fact that the law regulating the snlo of malt ana spirituous liquors ns n hovcrago , or for medicinal or mechanical purposes , provides that no license shall bo granted by the board until each applicant has caused to bo pub lished notice thereof for two consecutive weeks In the newspaper 1m I tig the largest circulation in the county. The applicant for license must , therefore , use duo diligence to ascertain which paper has the legal claim to the largest circulation in this county. Under the decision of the district court , which must borccognhed ns law , each regular edition of any newspaper , whatever may bo its name , is to bo regarded as a sep arate and distinct paper for local publica tions , and , therefore , In considering the claims made by any publisher as to circula tion , the applicant must require a separation of each regular edition , excluding Sundays. That Is to say , the circulation of the morning edition of any dally paper 1s ono paper and the evening edition , oven though published by the sntiio party , is another paper , nnd in the computation of circulation the editions cannot legally bo combined. Bearing thcso important legal points in mind , you should have no dlfllculty in making your publica tions in accordance with the law , and thereby avoid protests and contests on this score. Hemcmbcr that the license-year expires with December HI , 1SD3 , and all places not licensed by January 1 , 1B'J4 , will bo closed until a license Issues. - . Gconnn P , BnMis , Mayor.- Wegnwn piano headquarters , 120 N. 15th ut. AlOKbU IJUV (1UODS CO. Spcclnl 10 1'cr Cent Discount 8 le In Our linaemrnt. In order to induce you to buy your Christinas presents early , Bccuro best ns- iortmont nml iittontion arc giving 10 per cent oil" on nil chinn anil bric-a-brac. This week only. No discount after next Saturday. Buy your presents now and tivojd the crowds. Wo hnvo a largo and varied stock of juvonilu and other books at very low prices on the second lloor. Buy early , before the stock Is broken. Our toys and holiday goods are on the second lloor this year , affording uinplo room and best light. The choicest as sortment wo have over shown. The demand from the children to see Santa Clause and have him take their orders for Christmas is so great that he will bo hero during the rest of the week from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. Parents bring your children. THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO. Henry Hiller is ready for Christinas trade. His wines , whiskies , brandies , cordials , etc. . are of the usual high quality always heretofore sold by him. and in variety and quality are unexcelled. Mail orders receive same careful atten tion characteristic of all of Mr. Hiller's dealings. 522 N. 10th street. Suprrlor Train Scrvlcn to The Baltimore & Ohio railroad offers the public the most convenient train service between Cliicago'nnd Pittsburg. The route is via Akron , Ravenna , War ren and Youngstown , O. Two solid trains are run every day. both carrying day coaches and now vobtibuled sleeping cars through without change. The Pittsbuvg express leaves Chicago at 3:00 : p. in. and arrives Pittsburg the next morning nt 7:0d. : The vestibule limited leaves Chicago at 7UO : p. m. and arrives at Pittsburg the next morning at Jl:10. : The vestibule limited also carries a Pullman sleeper to Cleveland via Akron , arriving at. Cleveland ut 8:00 : n. m. " " All Baltimore & Ohio trains depart from the Grand Central passenger sta tion , corner of Fifth avenue nnd Harri son street , Chicago , the finest and most commodious station in America. HEADS MAY tlOME OFF. Low rinnnces Mny Can MI llrmnviil of Siuil- tury iMnjioclor.s. Since the appropriation by the city coun cil Monday nlcht of f500 to the health fund a sum less by $200 than that which the Board of Health estimated would be neces sary to help it meet expenses until January 1 tt has become generally understood that perhaps two Inspectors will bo temporarily laid off. It Is stated that Chief Inspector Shcerar Is slated for removal at the meet ing this afternoon , solely ior the sake of re trenchment. The subordinate sanitary Inspectors specters are Harry Adams , John Vander- lord , William Austin and Frlu Albrecht. Ono of these , It is said , will bo a mate to Sheorar in walking the plank. The sum of ? i > 00 must bo saved by retrenchment of some sort , $800 oiily being In sight to meet bills thu' . would otherwise amount to $1,000. Sweet broith , sweat stomach , sweet torn per ? Then use DoWltt'sLittlo Early ttlsers Sun rraiicliuo'H Mliltvlutor I'alr will be one o'f the attractions on the Pa cific coast during the coming winter. It will bo hold from January 1st to Juno itOth , 1891 , and might bo aptly termed the World's fair in minaturo. It will equal if not surpass the great Centennial. The Union Pacific Is offering unusu ally low round trip rates to all Cali fornia points and Portland , Ore. Send 2 cents for our California Sights and SconcH , II. P. Duel , 1H02 Farnam St. E. L. Lonmx , general passenger and ticket agent , Omaha , Nob. Ono \\'ay to C'rosj HID Country is the subject recently given by the Now York Sun to nn article on 'Tourist Parties" to the far west. The ono way is via the Great-Central Route Weekly California excursions via ttio Union Pacific. Solid comfort , jolly times , cleanliness and cheapness exemplified. Send for folder giving details. F. E. Shenvor , manager , 191 So. Clark street , Chicago. E. L. Loirmx , Gon'l. ' Pass , and Ticket Agt. , Omaha , Neb. TIMH CIIANCiKS. Ihn N'orlhwintcru l.lnr. The enstbound local , No. 8 , now leaves Omaha dally at 11:05 : a.m. The "Chi cage Limited , " No. 0 , leaves at 4:05 : p. in. , arriving at Chicago 8:15 : n. in. , nnd the "Eastern 1'lyor , " No. 2 , leaves ut 0:110 : p. m. and arrives at Chicago OiliO n. m. by all odd the most convenient train from Omnha to Chicago. The equipment remains unchanged , because people expect something "above the average'1 on "Northwestern" trains. City ticket olllco HOI Kai nain street. -Mr , Haley's Krjnlnilrr. County Attorney Kulo.v status that It was not his fault that thu state's witnesses were not on hand when the Norberg case was called In "tho criminal court Monday morn. Ing before Judge 'Scott , Ho states that ho haa used his best endeavors to have all of the witnesses on hand , and that they were all urcsent except Hun * Talk , the man who was approached. This , , , an , Mr. Kiiley soys , was served , but had failed to nho\v up when his name was called. In addition to this the county attorney said that If Judge Ogden had not deserted the criminal bench anci spent two weeks Iu the trial of a civil casof in which ho was puo of the pnrtlo * . the county Jail could have been cleared before the iiuiil udjouru- lucnt ot thu term. , , f-Ittlu Eury nisers. Sainll pills , safe pllb , best pilU. Today Wo Placa on Snlo a Largo Pur chase of $5.00 Dross Patterns. ALL AT St.98 PER PATTERN A Kplciulld A < sortniriit of S7.OO Imported " Novelty lire * * 1'ntloriu for 83.48 Tltcno Itolie Are the Hunt Vnluo Kvor Shown Utrr n Counter. DRESS PATTERNS $1.08. 7 yards of beautiful nil wool dress goods for $1.08. You cannot duplicate this olTer. You cannot duplicate- the goods. Wo bought the entire importa tion. To durability and style thcso dross goods are umnatchable. $5.00 would bo a reasonable price for them. At $1.1)8 ) their wonderful value will mukoyou buy. They are all nice , clean fresh goods direct from ilrst hands. OUR 8.V18 PATTERNS. These are mostly French pattern robes , not all of this season's Importa tion , but all fully worth $7.00 , nt $ IU8 they are the best values wo over placed on our counters during this sale of dress robes. Today wo will sell nil our 12o } sllosin for 10c- our ilOo sllosia for 15c. JACKETS AND CAPES. There Isn't anything more suitable or acceptable ns a Christmas present tlmn n handsome- wrap , nnd there was never a better opportunity to buy than now whllo wo are selling all ours at less than cost. JACKETS AT $5.00 EACH. Wo will olTer today nn assortment of 5 different styles of $9.00 to $12.00 double breasted reefer jackets with extra high sleeves , nnd fur trimmed coats in nil colors , for $5.00 cnch. Don't miss this showing. You cannot afford to. CAPES AT $5.00. 100 cnpes , all new and beautiful goods. Not a capo in this assortment worth less than $12.00 , many worth much more , at $5.00 enchthcse are the best values of the season. $20.00 SKIRT JACKETS $13.50. A very special offer. 25 Parisian skirt jackets trimmed elaborately with fine mohair braid , a jacket that has been considered a stunner at $20.00 , today they go at $13.50 each. The entire balance of our capes nnd wraps at cost or under. SHAWLS. S3.GO shawls go at $1.08. 35.00 shawls go at $3.10. S7.50 shawls go nt$5.00. $10.00 shawls go at $7.50. - N. 13. FALCONER. P. S. Our Christmas toys are all open now. Prices are lower than ever. . o. Wooabridgo Bros. , 120 N. 15th st. IN EXECUTIVE SESSION. Stiito Conference of the American Vrotcct- Ive Ansciclutlon. A state American Protective Association conference , intho strict secrecy character istic of the organization , is being held at Central hull. President Hatflold called the session to order at 10 o'clock yesterday. About forty delegates from various portions of the state are in attendance. A largo number arc quartered at the Merchants hotel. In tlin Police Court. Prisoners wore scarce In police court again 'yesterday and It took less than a half hour of the Judge's time to dispose of the cases brought before him. Ed. Hagerty was brought up for larceny of four blankets valued at $ U , and wus fined a nominal sum. John Graham is an old vag and spends a good share of bis time in jail for petty misdemeanors. Yesterday the judcro put himto work on the streets for half n month. Monday night 1'cto Nicholson got on a hi larious drunk and raised quite a disturb ance. Ho paid § 27 Into the police court yes terday for his line. Old John Jay , a one-armed match podd'cr ' , was arrested Monday night f6r carrying the same old Jag longer than the rule allows. John will spend a" week in Jail trying to sobec up. A week or so ago Judge Borka fined Pat Kearney $25 and costs for being an habitual drunkard. PaJ. . pleaded n retty hard and the court suspended the sentence pending good behavior. Early yesterday Kearney was picked up on the streets and taken to the jail. Ho will now have to servo out his former sentence and twenty days he- sides. Thus the court will bo rid of u nuisauco until after the Ilrst of the your. Tim l' " < > il < trtu iiriinit Jury. The grand jury has been In session for three weeks and Monday riight the members celebrated the approaching end of their labors by presenting United States Attorney Baker. Marshal Whlto and Foreman Frank P. Ireland with handsome souvenirs of the occasion. Mr. Ireland presented Attorney Baker and Marshal White with an olcgnn't dlamond-oyo scarf pin apiece , with the re gards of the grand Jury , of which the recipi ents expressed their appreciation. Then Mr. Ireland was In turn surprised by the presentation of a handsome ivory headed cano the handle of which represented an exquisite piece of woricmanship. This was supplemented by a gold scarf pin. Hold Up n Jlruz Cleric , Monday night at 8 o'clock P. II , Ehlers , a drug clerk In the employ of a druggist on Leavonworth street , was hold up by a high wayman near the corner of Forty-second and Jackson streets. The robbr took $7.3 ! > from Mr. Ehlers and then lot him go. Mr. Etilem had fSO In. another pocket , whi h was overlooked by the highwayman. The police uro looking for the robber , o I'ultl itu ICsllimito. The Board'of Public Works held a special session yesterday and allowed a number of estimates on public wortf. The largest was In favor of Hugh Murphy for the pav ing of Cumlng street from Twenty-fifth to Thirtieth streets. This estimate was the llnal one. and footed up # 10,220.07 , of which Mr , Murphy will receive all , less the 10 per cent reserve , that Is withhold for one year , Lost n Thumb. R. II. Walker , an Inspector of the Board of Public Works on the big North Omaha sewer , lost the thumb of his loft hand yes terday , lie slipped and fell , and as ho did so his thumb rested upon the rail of the small road In use there. At the same in stant ono of the heavily * loaded oars came whizzing along nnd the wheels passed over the thumb , completely severing the member. Largo siock of pianos and organs. 120 " N. J5th 6t. Dentil uF Wllll'im Spccht. William Spccht , aged 21 ycarb , and a nephew of Councilman Spccht , died yester day noon of typhoid fever at the home of his parents on Durt street. NOT ICH T l On account ofAho great demand for the art portfolios our fllrst s spply Is exhausted. A largo numbor.lixvo been shipped to us and should roach herottiy this afternoon. The uncertainty ofilhonirotnpt arrival of trains prevents us from setting a definite tlmo at which ; vo ivlllttmvu them In the olllco. A largo quantity ; however , will certainly reach us by tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. One Klmball organ $25.00 , 120N. lost. 1 "until \ \ MJDown. . Wo hnvo boon BO busy soiling ovcr- cents and underwear , etc. . that wo had no clmnco to open 5 cases of pants which were amongst those goods which we hnvo on sheriff's ' sale. " Today wo olTor you $1.00 men's pants for -ISe. $ l.f > 0 men's pants for 0c. ! ) $2.00 men's pants for 87e. $2.25 moil's pants for D'Jc. ' ' Celluloid collars 5c. British socks , any size. 2c. Men's full suits $ 1.I8. ! Extreme heavy underwear 25c. 50c overalls , 25c. Eider down caps , 2oc. Hovcrsiblo fur ovcrcoatSj $9.50. Heavy chinchilla ulsters1.50 , etc. Look for sign SHERIFF SALE , 115 S. Kith street , near Douglas. OPPOSITE BOSTON STORE. P. S. Today wo will sell Wilson Bros. ' neckties actually worth & 0o for lOc ; one to a customer. Upright pinno KW.OO , 120 N. 15th st. Ihu.Mnjrnr nnd Clly Connell And nil citizens of the good city of Omaha are hereby notified that u good dinner will bo served by the ladies of All Saints church in the Life building today and tomorrow for 33 cents. Fine organ $25.00 , 120 N. 15th st. Dr. C. "V" . Crooks is now located in room -107 Boo Building , Omaha , where ho will treat all forms of diseases of the nerves , stomach and hcnrt. Hundreds have been cured by his wonderful treat ment. TRAINING SCHOOL PROBI/EM. Committee of the Hoard of I'.dnc.'itlon Sng- uosta Somu I'lam. The report of the special committee on n normal training school which was submitted totho , Board of Education Monday night will como UD for approval In two weeks and a lively dissension as to the final action Is looked for. There has always been a differ ence of opinion among the members as to the advis.inillty of continuing the training school and at one ttmo the opponents of the scheme succeeded In carrying their point and effecting its abandonment. Soon after this action was countermanded , the school was reestablished and a committee was appointed to consider means for putting the establishment on a permanent basis ana promoting Us further usefulness. The com mittee has haO tncimattcr under considera tion for several months and the report sub mitted represents their unanimous decision. The report simply recommends measures which tenet to more definitely deflno the pur poses and government of the school , with some additional ideas for Its further de velopment. It provides that the school shall consist of-a department of theory and a department of-practice. Both shall bo under the general supervision of a principal to bo selected by the board and who shull in turn bo responsible ( o the committee on teachers -examinations and to the super intendent of. 'Instruction. . The department of theory'shall hoomdtr the direct control of the principal while- the department of prac tice will bo in charge of a corps of teachers to be known as training teachers , who will bo selected by the board. Each trainliiK teacher will have super vision of two school rooms whcro the pupils detailed by the principal for practice will bo allowed to acquire Job lots of experience. The course of study is fixed at ono and one- half years , nt the end of which a certificate will bo gratitcd which will.ennblo the graau- ale to teach without further examination. The superintendent of schools , the principal of the High school and the principal of the training school are designated us n commit tee to cxamlno applicants for admission who are not graduates of the High school. The rules provide that each pupil In the training school shall be called on to teach for from ton to twenty weeks in the city schools under the direction of the training teachers before the certificate is issued. Two prac tice schools are to bo established for this purnoso which the committee recommend to bo located at the Mason and Furnatn street schools respectively. Hight here the plans of the committee will he vigorously antagonized by the patrons of the Farnam street school , The views of many of the people whose children are sent to that school are reflected by a red hot peti tion , which was read at the meeting of the board Monday. It is signed by n long list of patrons of the school , and cites the fact that for the past two years the board has been in the habit of allowing aspiring teach ers to practice on thelrchlluren. Ills claimed that as a result the school has been con stantly handicapped with iuconipetenftcach- ei-fj , and that their children have suffered thereby. The petitioners vlcorously protest against the system , and declare that if the board wants to allow people to acquire ex- porif nee in teaching at the expense of the ofllclency of the schools they want some other school to bo designated as n parade ground. This , together with several other ques tions rotating to the advisability of the training school system , will bo brought up when the committee report is considered , and an interesting discussion Is anticipated , I'or mi llnuruileil ticliool. According to n resolution passed by the Board of Education Monday an ungraded school will soon bo established at some cen tral location In the city , A school of this character was for a tlmo conducted at the Izard Street school , but was finally allowed to die out. The ungraded school is for the accommo dation of pupils who aru so far behind the classes of their ago that , they cannot con veniently ho taught In the regular grades. There are many pupils who for some reason have not kept ut ) with other pupils of their age. Many of them are ashamed to go to the regular schools , wbero they must bo put In the same cluakOB'wlth ' pupils several years younger than themselves , and consequently stay at homo and lose the benefits of the schools entirely. "Tho ungraded school ro- cctvos pupils of this character from all parts of the city aud'Olther ' rushes them forward to a point whore they can take their proper places in the regular grades or enables them to acquire the main elements of an education in the Irrogularbchool. DIED. Koticc * of fire Una nr lea uiuttr this head , fl/tv cent * ; car/i nMlliotutl line , ten cent * , Ilobcrt Vernon , hon ofV. . II , and J , A , Kushell.'iiKWl 2 "years , 1 month , Docoin- bur 4 , 1803 , li'iJiiurol Decumbor Gthut2p. in. Hurliil prlvuto , COFFKV William , aged 60 years , funeral Tliurxduy , Dc. 7 , ut tiSO : a. in. sharp , from rusldonoo , 172B H , mil btrout , to bl , I'utilcU'B church I mormon t tit. Muiy's cemetery , Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. S ± asy Powder : The only Pure Crcaiu of Tartar Powder , No Ammonia ; No Alum. Used In Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard- TIRED ? 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BECAUSE It has saved thousands of lives ; It hr > restored millions of sufferers to health ; It has done what was never done , never attempted before ; "It has mads mm * stronger and healthier ; It has made women brighter and happier ; It stan\s ; \ alone in all these qualties. Do you not think it would bo wise for you to use it and thus tivoid the dangers of the season ? INSIST UPON HAVING IT. TRIUMPHANT VICTORY -FOH- Her Complexion Remedies Awarded the Highest Medals and Di plomas at the World's Fair , Chicago , 1893. Tills will ncrmaiietitly settle lii the minds of tlio public wlilc-h renicdluu to use Mine. Vula'B uiily for inirlly uuii merit. "Vohth \\'ltii T/ioso / "dUiou.s Jfoinodlot , CONSULTATION FUEE nt the. TdDiplo o Jloauty. Facial MasHayo and Jleclleatcd Face Stuuinlnir. Treatment free with iivi'ry ptircliaBu , COUPON BR LadloH purchnHhi2 their remedies thl jwrfk will receive n Jar of Mine. Ynlo'H fia Brant niul dolluloiiH Almond llloasom Com jjpk'xlon Croani , 1'ilco * 1 per Jar. Sent with mall orders nlao. ICOOD FOR ONE WEEKHB& PRICE LIST. (3 ray hair turned back to Its orljlnal color with out , clyo HHE , YALE'S ' .EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC' la tlio llrat and only moillclnb In the history of thn world Known to turn Bray hair back to ItM original color\vltlioulclji' . Stopd linlr falllner In from - ' ! hourato ono week. Cruatos u luxuriant eiowth. OuuranteiHl pure. Price $1.00 per bottle ; OforB. FRECKLES REMOVED. LA FltKCKLA will rcnioru any case of KrocklcR , U inatterH not U tlicy ham brcn from chlhlhood to old airu , Evury bottlu iriiuranlocU to ulca-r the Hkln nnd leave thu coiiipluxton beautiful. Price $1.00 per hottlo. WRINKLES REMOVED. "EXOKLSIOU SKIN FOOD , " ( riiaranlccd to ro movu wrlnkloH ami every trace of ago , Two sizes , price $1.50 and $3 , SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED. ' SCOTT ! Is Ilio only minnly known to Hcli'iiililo chfinlHtrythut permanently romou'ti and dcBtroyu the ( 'iowth of biipc'rlluoim hair , Price $5. MME. YALE'S GUIDE TO BEAUTY will bn mailed ladles BrndlnifO cents to pay pout- UKO. FrcntoviillerH. Olvi'H extracts from .Mim > . Yalu'HfamonH lectures on lleatity Uultura. ( ilvo. < vuluublu iidvlcu and prlee list of remedies for ie- movlnt ; every facial dlBllKiirement , developing the bubt.clc , MAIL OllDKUS promptly tilled. AUDUKS3 ALL OHDKItS MME. M. YALE , Ileaulyaml Complexion Specialist , TEMl'I.K OF 1IKAUTV , GDI KARBACH BLK. , 15THAND DOUGLAS STS. OMAHA , - - - NJSD. OS. McGREW Is the aalf SPECIALIST WIIO TBEATS jUi. PRIVATE DISEASE ? and DEBILITIES of MEN ONLY. Women Excluded. 18 jronn experience Circular * free. I ItU nod I'ornam bU Ouuu. NIB. A CAIll ) . Owlnp to the strlnircnoy of the times , I liuvo reduced my rcgulur olmrpos to cush patients to exact ly one Half of fie nrlntod oculUt's fee bill. H , T. ALUiN , M. I ) . Kvo an 1 l''ur SuiTcon Room 01 Paxton Illoli , lOtti unit Kar.nui - < l * " * - - - . - * * , . - } i\ \ it 11 Tr i1fr ift j-0-r-JW-r li / | , , in = . V.rM nil > Why then , the woi-Kl's mine oyster , Which I with sword will open. = . Day we control the furnishings trade of the entire west Not n season u month n day without a marked in- civasc In sales Not a moment without adding to our fame. WcllI Yon know the way The Nebraska dictates prices Iflrc a volume of hot shot in thu camp of these 100 percenters the result ? Yon pocket coin , even if you are obliged to patroni/.e s.J > other stores. -Marie the dllTercnce between two prices. M. . . , . . "r retail fifty cent underwear for 35o Seventy-live centers forJSOc Dollar stuff for 65c and that pat ent lleeced that's a dollar and a quarter for 75c' Dollar and a. half goods for SIOp and sailing at this rate into camel's hair or merino goods. That's the reason why we're always wiring to the underwear manufacturers. You sabbee ? Gloves- _ It would take an army of salesmen without brain or speech , to represent this bustling department. Humanity is constantly diving Into these grand values , without words. A good .working glove 45C3. . Saventy-llvo elsewhere dogskin mitts , lined , are 5Oc dress gloves 95c mocha , the reg. nlar dollar and a half gotnTsTarc SMO-drivTiig gloves are 5Oc always a few notches lower an every gloVe we carry BOO sfyTesT 'TVTnfflpT'C ! F 'o i fiermany France and everywhere lie. Z-iiiitiSiS Bin at I5c for a large size one-25o for n flllk stripe 5Oc for silk mixed J75c and up to.2.OO toVthc loveliest of broctuied silk ones. Neckwear c arc not as prodigal ns the-majority of , m . . . , , box uiijwm. "We sell you a tie forjjic US good as tuc 5ji ( ) one , that's surrounded by rich pasteboard. 35c , c 65n a'iutjg c arc representing the finest ncckwenr intulc , f 671 o v"e or i n o iieyT * r2 TTQg'Jgyi-rT All all wool heavy or light hose for 25c dc- S . . ? tr-'JLm penduble black cotton for IQc. No one can cope \vith ns on hose \Ve buy 'cm by the case lots"olfly. Our quotations 75c. 85c _ _ 85cP , - - to the swellesl o bar or oflicc stockinet coats. We'll Keep it Secret. If you buy your Christmas present now , as you should before the rush begins , we'll lay it away for you and won't tell anybody about it either. RAYMOND , JEWELER , Corner Ifith nnU loula SlrootH , Onialn. The Original and Genuine ( WORCESTERSHIRE ) Imparts tlio most delicious taste and zest to EXTRACT SOUPS , of a MSTTKIl from a MEDICAL GENTLEMAN - GRAVIES , TLEMAN at , Mad ras , to his brother FISH , nt WOKOKSTJUt , May. 1651. HOT & COLD "Toll LEA & PEItniNb1 III EATS , that their snuco IH highly esteemed In GAME , India , and la In my 'opinion , the most WELSII- pataUtblo , ns well as the most wholo- RAREBIT9 , Bomo.sauco ttmt la made , " dc. Beware of Imitations \ sse that you get Lea & Perrins' ' Signature on every hollleoflhcorlRlnal.indfri Miulnc IOIEN 1 UN CAN'S SONS , NKIV OKI&i OFFER A 11KAUTIFUI. MINTHA Or.ACE PANET , FKAJIKD IN OXVH1ZKH SIIA'KJl WITH la OF OUH FINIU.Y FJNISIIKD CA1IINKTS , KACJI i1 MAKING AN APl'IlOI'llIATU CIHHSTMA8 GIFT. ALL FOIl tl.OO. 5 fe PHOTOGRAPHER , 313.315,317 , So. loth St , , Omaba. NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANS. U. S. Uopository , Omaha , Neb , CAPITAL , ctoo.ooa , OOO an1 Ulraclorsllcnrv W , Vale * , pronl- dtnt. U. O. O.isMiu , vlco proildent , O. S. Ml'JrtK , W , V , Mor 3. Jo'.iii tt. Colllui , J. M. IL i'atrlu * Lewis S. lUoJ , cattblcr. THE IRON BANK. PS.OPEB . , CAKE OP TII13 "FTYTT JJj L JL-J Is n duty no person should neglect. At the sight begins to full it IH of the ut most Itnporttineo to procure proper oyo- glu&Eca. Sight in priceless and Its pro- nor preservation is a matter for the most earncwl consideration of every nor- son who values their eyes. * An Imperfect pair of spectacles will do incalculable ) injury mm a properly fitted pair will greatly aid In prolonging the sight. sight.Prof. . Hirsclikg Has gained a worldwide reputation In , this country and abroad Iu uon&cquonuo j of his original nnd scientific method in connection with tlio adjustment of hlsj renowned npii-uhangonblo lenses , nnd * all those aulTerlng from defective vision , j no matter from what came , will find it ] to their interest to conmill Prof , Hireoh'l hoig. who by special request 1ms con- Bontcd to visit MAX MUYEU & BHO.J CO. , from December Oth to 12th Ac the Store of OMAHA , NI5B , No Uhnrgo for Consultation , LI , insi > iNsutv,1 I'uiitulliillim I'rar. I iBiinMirpaaiJotl In tliu treatment I of nil . I Chroulo.Private . , sNcrvoim Dl oa o'i. riw < in nrcououitpjrboiiHlly. THK\T.MINI' : uviiAiiy , . , AiliJniniinitliilauiii. for par. ttculni-H. whluh will ho Hoiit In pUIn onvnl'jp ) . P , O Vex asi. Offlco IIJ 3 IMn Mtroui. Oinali.i. Ndj. NFRtfniKDlSORDERS ! iLiiiyy.iJ\ui. . .n. . hawu iu oi KVIl. WEAKNKsiM , c-jiiip.iiiy ( tiniii In iiiuu . , , , KKN'TI.Y CUKUU. b'.in HI-KKNO ni irlv-ii locvury inrtor lliu U-nly I will tutliot ctir.l > luclicJi 1'llBK Iu uuy HvOenr Ilio vretcrlp. lion lliitour- mo of thus tru'iUl-Jt. ' AJUru t II. WIIIH1IT , MuiU Utt'.Dt , U x 1'iif , .