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- II. W TILTON . - Manager
r\ rnnovFq J HuMnpwOmco. . . , . . . .No.4'
' I IIOzsES 1 Night Ktlltor . No.2.
MiXTlO\ \ .
Boston Store Llncnn , towels , muallns.
John KU/palrlck lined $1U 70 In
court , vcsttrda\ morning for tlirwln n brlul
through the \vlndaw of K J. Nelson , on Cut
Mis. Marlon Kclsoy , whoso imshand dla
appeared Irorn lilt liorno In Uniner tnwnshli
lovcrtil u-oclts afro. Is still utmhlo to llnd unj
traeci of him after ho loft Dcn\rr.
I'ctfiMorasltl , .f , Kork nnd Jot ? Miller
three boic * less than 1'J years old , me mlsslw
from Ihuir notno , 1KB ! J'lerco street , in Has
Dmaliii , nnd tho'r relatives niu unxlouslj
ooklr.K for them.
Thcio will ho sciylccs at the I'ntcrnrlsc
r.iithoi'.in church O\PIV u\c'iitiL' | thin ween
excepting Saturday , liov. A , J Tuiklu oJ
Dinahn , will pre.ich ThutsJny cvcnlngi am' '
Uov O. W , Snjder will pi each at the other
The police ha\o tolrcrnphed lo Ottutnwn
to Unit out if the nmhoritles there wnnl
ritoplicnsoti Mini T.ilbot. iho two men whc
tried to pans n forped cheek in this c-lty last
Saturday. The two culprits will luno ti
piclltnlniry hearing In police court thlf
John Hale , who hns had charge nf tin
pest IIOIIBC , was taufrht last OAcnlng about ' <
o'clock , tniklnir off with n sack of llout
wtilch ho liad liken out of the back end ol
I'Vcd I'uterson'B ' store on Uioutunv , nc-at
the corporof ltr.\nnt street , ilo was Jailed
on a c-hnigo of laiccnv.
A. .1. Ktcphonson Is mentioned as a candl-
jl.ili ; for the olllco of city treasurer on the 10
public ni ticket. Ilo lll'icd the position ol
flty clrik forscyci.il vcirsnnd is known us
thoroughly responsible business man II
lie Is chnscn by the icptiblicans ho will un
doubtedly add strength to the ticket.
Mjrtlc , 2-\cai'old dauRhtcrof .Mis Nettle
Van Ni-ss , died nt 11 o'clock Sunday niphi of
ronsumptlon , after n .vcat's Illness. She was
stnjlni ; at the C'hilstl.iu homo with her
mother , who la employptl thoro. The funeral
wllltako place tit I o'clock this tifteinuon
fiom the home , Uov. J O. Lemon oftlcHting.
'Uro followuiK casps of contagious disposes
were lopottctl . .Vcs'ordnMciiHlca lithc-l
Norono , ! U7 Avenue H ; Harry \Vhltman ! )17 )
Cuttls stieet ; Mnrv Uopcrs U2-J South Sixth
Blicot ; Annlo AlcGarKlo , 8 2 South Si\th
Rltcet ; Dlack. 411 I'ark avenue Scat-
let fe\cr , Warieu How.itd , 110Poui'tli tt\c-
The store kept by Dungan Son on Main
stiPPt wns cnteicd by burglnis Sunday
night and when the employes went lo the
stoio jcsteidav moinlnp they found the
doorop"ii. About Jo ( ) woith of knhcs and
in/ois woio missed , but the casli duiwer ,
\\hlch contained ? S in cash , was untlls-
tin bod.
Clmmbi it * ' Diuulii I'r.ittlip.
Tor beginners , e\ery Monday. Junior
class , 1 p. m. ; adults , 8 p. m. Advanced
junior class every WoJnpsdny 4 p in. As
semblies every Wednesday & :30 : p. in. Hs !
rlcgant academy In the Slitigart-lleno block
can bo bccured , with ele\ator sorvloo for
parties and muslcalcs. Apply to Mr. Win
ters nt the elevrtlor. The best ot inual.j on
bo furnlbcd for all parlies.
Tor sale or trade for Improved city prop
erty or unimproved farm lands , nn Impioxed
farm in Iowa , two dwellings In Cedar Hap-
Ids , la. , and two" fine bred fctallkms , with
records below 2'20. Ohio Knox , Council
UluffH , la.
L I'.llt.Hllt M'/S.
Wells is back from the cast.
llenrv S Stoi ms , assistant superintendent
of the Burlington system , was in the city
ycstculay ,
Mr. nnd Mis A. B. Sweotinfj , who have
been vlsitlnjr with the Jnttet's parents. Mr.
nnd Mis J. T , Olhcr. on Paik avenue , haio
rotutncd to their home in Chicago.
Engineer C. D Ashley of Laiamio City ,
Wyo. , after spending a week with his
mother , Mis WilliamBatkcr. has leluincd
to his pest of duty. Mr. As-ilcy was sent to
Cmihii in the ititcicst oflodge lUoftho
Amciican Hallway union.
If jon want cheap hard coal that will give
satlnfjction try
Southern anthracite , ? S 30 per 2,000 Ibs ,
" Scml-anthrncltp , $3 00 per 2,000 Ibs.
i 31 Pearl street , Grand Hotel Dldg.
Ladles , If yon deslio absolute peace In the
Kitchen ask jour giocer for J. 0. lloftmayr
A , Go's l\uicy Patent Hour. Tipile mark
liluo Hoostor.
, Domestic soap Is the best. , |
1 K Surprint- .
Mr. and Mra. .1. P. Wile-ox , on reluming
homoSntuiday o\cnlng , after spending the
evening out , were most agreeably surprised
to llnd tlmt their homo had been taken pos
session of by friend- , and relatives , who had
pathoicd to help Mr. Wlleox ccloln.ito his
bli thday. On cntci Inpr his home Mr. Wlleox
found that his fiicnds Had made a raid on
Ills green houses and had tinned hishomo
Into u bower of loveliness of palms , rnt-
Jowcrs nnd smilax. Tlio most notable
rfeslpn Leinir an exquisite center piece , orlgU
flatca arm constructed by his employes anil
tuado up of Mounts \opjtablcs giown on
his place. A most cnjojnblo evening was
pent with cm da , mualo and games , followed
by nn olepant luncheon. Among these
piesenf , were the following : Messrs. and
Mcsdnmcs H. MoKcn/tc. W. F. Plunkot , E
KUtcr , J. H McPherson , L Hoatncs , A.
Yountj , W. G. Morris , A. J. Caushey. South
Omaha ; F. Hall , S , Younir , Atlantic ; J. O
Woodward , H. Shaw. O. Younkermatl. K
Mucol , C. L. roll , H. Kurlh. P. Casper. J. A.
Killiin , Blackner , J. W. Kclley , C. H. Mar
tin , H. Andiows , M. Barlcll ; Misses Lotian ,
Canning. Nuttto Pashn , Suslo Mori Is. Hall ,
Parker , Inman , Crnndall , Atcn. Kukwood ,
lilsnoy ; Messrs. I. Kelloy. P. Lohnn , W
Cnftnlnp , W. Woodwaul. W. McPherson ,
ll'iCollcy , F. Hall , W. r. Mtutin , 13 Jrkcr ,
O. J. Martin , H. Hntrls , II Goodohlld , F
Uonson , G. Anderson , C. Phuilcot , G
rj.uighoy , South Omaha.
Concert hy the choir of All Saints' chinch ,
Jmahti. for. tno benottt of Unity guiltl of
tliaco church , nt Chanibois'hall , Tuesday ,
February ( ! Followed bv d tnclng. Tickets
B5 cents ; dance ilbbons 85 cents.
Dr. Jeffries' diphtheria remedy Kills diph
theria but not jour child. At Davis' ,
llpiirdsloy'ii , Dollavon's , Council IllulTs ; 240
Cunilng street , Omaha.
Auk jour grocer tor Domestic soap.
Ni-w riijsh.il Ulrc-rtor.
A now director of the gymnasium hns been
: hoscn by the trustees of tlio Young Men's
Chilstinu association to 1111 the vacancy
rausod by the retirement of L C. Dale ,
nhoso term of oftlcooxpiicd the llrst of the
I our. A. G. Douthltt of Indianapolis Is the
new iii-in. Ho has spent n je.rr in the
YoutiK Men's Christian nssociitlon tnilnliif'
icliool for athletes nt Lakn Gcnova , WIs , ,
ind Is s ild to bo fully qualltlcd to perform
the duties of the position , Hu will arrlva tn
the c-lty about the 10th , nnd Mr , Dale will
ict us diicctor until ho arrives. Mr.
DoulhlU will devote his wliolo tiiuo to ttio
usociulion wotk.
Nassau Invcstniott ) company guarantees
Nebraska railroad collections , Mcrrltim
block , Council
Domestic soap Is the best. , t , i
Miirrliiico l.Ut-nspn ,
The follovvliiR persons took out marriage
llceiisus cstciday at the comity clerk's of.
Uro :
ts'iiniu and Address. Ago.
1'ptorJittlah I'arUli.Pottuwatfxinlo county , 21
May y. lltm li , I'ottawiittando county , , , , la
1'rt-d KNohusli , I'Dlt.nv.ittiinilo fininiv . , . 80
Mary Kulborn , L'nttanaitamlo county 'J3
1'rank HchUoVIl , Coum-ll lllnlTs. , . , , „ , , , . . 25
HuUy Uusfc , Council IIUilTii . . . . 16
Ilavo you iin t' t ID . * , ; i. < l.ii'iiin ut iho
Oa cotnpuii > '
Abk your grocer for Domestic Eoap ,
NE\\S \ \ rROM IflLMIL ni npr .
Motor Company's ' Delinquent Taxes Agal
Before the Oily Council ,
lie Write * n f.pltrr M-tllnif I'orth IIIn lies
oni for Itcfiislng to Propped by
Dlstnilnt-Cllj Atlornry In-
Btructvil to Ilrlni ; Suit.
The city council hold Its regular monthl
mooting last men Ing , and nn Intcrcstin
meeting It was. Mayor T/iwrcnco nn
Aldermen Gleason , Jcnulngs , Keller , Nlcho
son , Smith , Tlbbltts and Wlitto were pics
cnl , nnd nc-irly o\ory ssat ontsldo tlio nil
ing w as occupied by oltl/ons who liad bee
dtawn in by the announcement th.it some
thing would bo donowlth iofcrcnc-o to th
back taxes duo from the motor company.
The bill of Kd Hates , poundmastor , fo
$5 25 for the kcopitiR of some stock that hn
been re-loaned bv Judge MtUoo , upon th
owners ploidlug povcttj.wns allowed , bu
In connection with this Councilman Smit ]
wanted the office of poundmastcr to h
emptied of nn Incumbent until spring. N
action was taken upon his supestion to llr
Bates , as Councilman Keller thought thcr
were about IIvo dos residing near his homi
that ho would like to see the poundmastc
got nctlon on bofoic his sci\lccs were ells
ponsctt with.
The committee on scwns was Instructct
to effect n settlement with N. P. Dodge ant
F. J. Day with rofcieuco to the sewer In thi
southern pat t of thqciti , on the terms pro
pospd hy them. The piopositlon made h ;
L IJ\crott in icgaul to the s imo matter wai
i ejected ns unreasonable.
Aldetman , lonnlnis lepjitcd with lefcr
euro to the claim of A J McLaren , ox-pol
tax collector , for % 2I. that the llnanco com
miitcohad found thatMuL'uen was short S3 !
in making his last settlement with the city
Ho ipcommcndcd tint Mi-Lai en's claim be
allowed and that a bill for $11 bo presentee
McLaien for the balance
A icsolution was passed in nrcor.Hncc
with the recant suggestion of Major Law
lenco , Instructing the llnanco committee tc
tnko action to ha\o all Interest on specia
assessments collected nnnu.illv heieaftet.
Ihen canio up the mattpr in which every
one picscnt felt the most nbsoibing interest
that with rcfcicnco to the collection of the
special taxes duo from the motor compauv
The following communication trom Cjuntv
Trcasuicr Hepcl was lead :
"Referring to jour resolution insisting on
my collection of ceitain special taxjs due
the city bv the Omaha i : Council Bluffs
Hiilwaynnd Biidpo company , would savi
My only guide in detciining what tuxes ilic
company still owes is the tax list I do not ,
howoxcr. feel justlltcd In disti.unlng for the
cntiio amount ns it now appears on my tax
books for the follow in ? reasons :
"I understand suit has already been
biought by the city for some of ; ho Items of
chaipo appearing on the tax lists
" .Iho tax books show a largo amount duo
for items , of pa\inp whcio tlio tracks of the
company , to my peisonal knowledge , were
laid after , the streets were paved. Mv
understanding is tint , the liability of such
company for paving is simply * * contract
"Tho legality of the Intersection is
"iliero tuo other items which I do not
understand and would like to bo informed
as to. \ % hut they are before assuming the
liability and responsibility of making dis-
tiaint for them. "
Ho furtheimoro saiJ that ho did not ap
prove of any such attempt ns hail been m ulo
to s.uldlo all the responsibility upon his
shoulders , and asked that ho bo given
fui thcr instructions and that the claims for
taxes might bo made moro specific.
1IAK1 < TON WAHMb TM Ul' .
This communication was icfeiied to the
city solicitor and Judiciary committee with
instructions to pivn Mr Heed whatever in-
foimrttlon ho might dcslro in the matter.
At this point City Attorney Hazolton made
i speech icmonstiating with the council for
; lill.\dallying , icfuinnpf these mutteis fiom
3110 committee to another and never accom
plishing nnj thin ? . Ho bccamo considerably
iv.umed up to the situation while ho was
talking , and when ho had finished he was
zicoted with a hearty round of appl uiso
fiom the audience , which filled all of the
space outside the railing.
"Wasn't a resolution nasscd last July in
structing vou to collect theao taxes , Mr.
Hozeltont" iiiquiied Kolicr.
"Not that I over heaid of , " was Hazelton's
Jennings asked the clerk to got the record
] f the meetings held last July , and it was
found that such a resolution had been
passed. It was read.
' 'Lhntnieiely lofened to such taxes as
rtoio in suit , " said the nttoinoy , "and it was
jo nmloistood by nil of i on nlcteimen. " .
Keller thought not
"Mr. Keller1 s lid Hazelton , "ifou under
stood that I was iusti noted to brins suit for
taxcH why did von piescnt the icsolutiou the
ithor night Instrui ting the county troasaror
to scl/o ihecompaiu'spropcrti t If I was not
airyimj out the instiuc'tions of the council
low did it happen that I never have heaid a
ivoidof U when talking with you about the
natter since then ? It's a very remarkable
itato of affairs , "
Keller looked stialght at the tip of his
: ioso and slid. "Hem ! "
About this tlmo every ono began to talk
n nn oultcd tone of voice , the mayor hlm-
> clf becoming otnr-what excited. The
ludlonco joined'In with applause for the
naor. . After it was all o\er and every ono
lad dona his best to souaro himself with
its constituents and such others as ho
loomed advisable , the motion to refer Heed's
: ommunlcntion to the judiciary committee
vis loconsidorcd by motion of Keller , and
3ity Attoinoy Hnrelton was Instructed to
i\io immediate action to collect all taxes
luo the city from the motor temp my.
"That's all the instruction I want , " said
iltizolton ,
The ordinance prohibiting olootrlc motor
ompanies from operating on ttto streets
\lthout a franchise nnd making each viola-
Ion punishable by line In the sum of $100
> or day was again brought up and rofeuod
o the city attorney , to bo loportcd on at
ho next mooting ,
Iho communication fiom the Truubund so-
iloty asking that the city allow Itself to bo
rarnlsnced for tlio sum of § 150 , duo from the
ilty to Fred Kruger , the lattar having
iklppcd out with that amount oi the so-
iloty's funds , was again read and Council-
n uoutlines ( mo\ed that the petition bo
u anted. Thoio was no second nnd the
cliomo foil by the waysido.
The sum of fO.BJO was ordciod transferred
iom the police fund to the paving fund to
ako up bonds
An oullnnnco was introduced providing
hat heicafter the employment of an attoi-
loy In any case in which the city Is inter
S3 ted shall not bo binding unless made In
ipcn council and compensation is agrccr.
ipon lu advance. -reading was greeted
\ltli upplauso fron. the tiudlenee , and under
L suspension of the lulcs It was passed
inanimously ,
A petition wns load fiom the park com-
nlsloncis asking that ut the coming city
ilccilon n pioposltlon bo submitted to the
rotors for n 1 mill levy for ono joar for paik
inrposos. Notlco was also servoa that the
erm of oftlco of ono commissioner expired in
hu spilug and ( t would bo necessary to olcot
A proposition tn soltlo the two suits of
Cruger ugalnsl the city for $1,000 paid to
tlynster & Limit , the latter to pay all casts
ind have the suits dismissed , was tofcrioJ
o ilia city attorney und judiciary commit-
CO.Jamoa McCaba wis called for and dollv-
ted a spocch in which ho urged the council
o tnko Immudlato notion to hi In ? the motor
oniptiny to terms , nnd pointed out iho
ncaus by which this could bo done. Aftnr
10 hud finished the council adjourned until
May ovenm ? next , when arrangements
, bo inudo for the coming election.
g the .Milk.
The mill ; nnd meat Inspector has made
uvcial tests of the milk furnished by the
arlous dairymen totnolr pitrons. Thotusin
augo nil the way from I ) . 10 per cent to 5 pur
out of butter fat. Mho fact that n number
f dairymen Uavo been Jerked up and lined
for s Mlln milk that contained moro
tlmn the law nllowod ha * rather had a tor
dcni-y to make the rett n IHtlo tnoro earofu
ind although some ot them run dongcrousl
near the limit of ! J pci-eonl , there U n < l <
cldcd Improvement noticed of late m other :
MAicni A niiitinii : TIIIMUT.
Morning Oreitn Clrlndcr In tlio ItnitnrM r
IntlmldiitIn < ; Candidatcx.
A mornlnt/ paper whloh lias been engage-
In the onerous task of driving The Ueo oi
Council Uluffs for the last thirteen years ese
so has given it out cold that It will suppoi
no roDUblle-ati candidates In the coming elt
campaign unless they tire subscribers. Ati
other stlpuhtlon Is tlirtt the would-nc ofllc
holder must bo .1 subscriber for life- , tin
that ho u ill not bo allowed to turn the col
shoulder on his ' -homo paper" as soon as h
h elected and go to taulnu n paper whlc
furnishes him the news while It is yet newt
This Is n most honiblc threat , to bo sure
and > et it is not likely to nffect th
candidates particularly ono way or th
other. About nix months ago Urook
Heed was candidate for county treasurer o
the democratic ticket. Dy actual eouti
ninety-siv columns of newspaper sp icev or
used In two weeks tn branding him with nl
the crimes on the e-aleudnr from killing hli
relatives to stealing sheep Heed wii
elected with Iho i > lgcit majority of an ,
man on the democratic ticket.
Tiom numerous slinlhircasos it seems tha
a ( Miulhl.ito who wants to bo elected wouli
do well to secure thn tooth-and-toe-nnll op
position of his "homo paper" bjforo ueglu
nlng his campaign
Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood , nn
as such only a reliable blood purifier cai
effect a perfectly and permanent cure
Hood'a Sarsaparllla ) s the bast blcod purl
fler. and It has cured many severe cases o
catarrh. Catarrh oftentimes leads to con
sumption Take Hood's Sarsaparllla bcfor
It la too late.
Hood's I'llls do not purge , pain or gripe
but act promptly , easily and eniclcntly. 25c
Tavorablo Inducements will bo offered ti
a few reliable nnd energetic agents who wll
solicit for the Mutual Life Insurance com
pany Call on or address Pusoy & Thomas
Council Dluffs , district agents for southwest
ern Iowa.
l.rriU n Si-rvln'H.
Tomoirow will usher in the Lenten pciiod
which will bo observed by the Eplscopa
Hans of this city ns well us cenerally. UK
following program Iras been airangcd forSt
Paul's ehurcn :
Holy communion will bo celobinted ovor.\
Suml i.v ; llrst , third tiud llfth Sundays at !
o'clock n. m second , foutth and sixth al
niiddtu suivice.
Ash Wednesday services at 10.30 a m. and
7'30 p m. All Wednesday at 7.130 ; Fiidavs
at 1:15. :
Offerings on the second Sunday In the
month for the interest fund. K-tcept at tills
time no ollciing will bo taken at the evening
The seimons on Sunday will bo of n spec
ial mture ; these for the morning will have
refeionco to the orient , dyelopment and
growth of the hutch of God.
At night a seiies will ho preached on the
following subjects :
l-'iwt Naiman , or One's O n AVny
Against God's Way.
Second Candaco's Treasurer ; n AVilling
Lcai nor.
Third Nehcminh ; an Hirnost Lav man.
Pouitli Coinelius ; the Good Gentile.
Filth Tabitha ; Woman's Activity in
Cluistian Wonts.
Sixth Joseph and His Brcthicn. Jesus
nnd His Brolliien ; a Parallel.
Pills that euro sick headache : DeWitt's
Little Early Risers.
A big consignment of the flno = it vicll
paper just received at JJlll'-r's , It " :
street , from 4 cts. a roll up.rnl3 > .uw
Wants u Divorce.
Clara L Gates began suit in the district
court yesterday for a divorce from Ambioso
A. Gates , whom stie married in 1882 in
Stoujrhton , Dave county , WIs. She says
; hat a vciy few icais after the knot had
jccn tied iho defendant began to nouso her
u am inner so icctul.tr and onergotlu that
her lifo was cndangcicd. Ho called her
vile names , choked her , thiow lauteins and
knives nt Her , and failed to suppoit her.
They formcily lived in Ebtherville , Emmet
county , la.
Sweet breath , sweet stomach , sweet tem
per ? Then use DeWltt's Little Early Hlsersj
Unity guild party , February ti , Chambers'
George S. Davis , prescription druggist.
iKG ATT.lVJf Till ! C
Moody and Sunkpy to Direct Their JJat-
turlen Against AVughlngton.
WASHINGTON , Teh. 5. Dwlght L. Moody ,
the "world-renowned evangelist , and Ira D.
Sankey , the gieat singer , will begin a series
of meetings In this city AVednesday. A
chorus of 1,500 voices has been in practice
under the direction of Mrs. Sankoy.
The meetings are to have the support of
all the evangelistic organizations here and
everything points toward nn unusually suc
cessful scries.
Champagne as a restorer has no equal.
Cook's Extra Diy Imperial Is pure , delicious
and sparkling.
Lost All litHud. .
About 3 o'clock yesterday morning n
rather well dressed appearing fellow ap
peared at the city Jail and asked for n
place to sleep till 6. To the jailor ho gave
his name as L. Snydcr , and said ho was
without money and had no friends hero to
go to.
"Where have you been till this morning ? "
Captain Cormnck said.
"Up town. "
"Well , where up town ? " was the no\t
"Why , up visiting some friends. "
"Why did you not stay with them ? " This
latter was said In a rather harsh tono. nnd
the follow concluded to tell the truth. Ho
said ho had been up to the Diamond.
"You lost your money nnd then came
aero to sleep. Now you may remain , but
[ have a good notion to charge > ou with
vagrancy. Give him a bed , Dlbbern. "
DoWltt's Little Early Risers. Small pills ,
safe pills , bcbt pills.
oiiHly Hurt.
AVhilo Charles L Johnson , a switchman
rein South Omaha w us walking on
Dodga Bticot between Eleventh and
1'wolfth about 2 o'clock this mornIng -
Ing , a stranger mot him , nnd sayIng -
Ing , "Rubber , will you Douncot" struck
lilm a torrlblo blow In the face. Johnson
Fell heavily to the sidewalk. His head
struck thu curbing , the skull Icing laid bnra
tor seveuil inches The doctois say the
kvound is n dangerous ono.
Uurclm SprlngH , ArKim'tia , Open I'lbriiury
1 , 1HIII.
A beautiful fetono , ( Ire proof structure ,
, \lth nil modern Improvements , situated In
he heart ot the Ozark mountains. Mild und
tracing climate. Wild nnd beautiful scon-
iry. Unrivalled medicinal waters. Through
sleepers over the St. Louis & San rranclsco
railway between St. Louis nnd Kuroka
Springs , Write to the undersigned for de
scriptive pamphlet , rates , etc , Charles
Miller , manager.
lit K 1'ardon
For Interrupting jou , but you may posslblj'
DO going cast. If so , there are a couple of
; valns > ou should really bear In mind. These
* ro "Northwestern Ltnu'1 Nos. C nnd 2 ,
leaving Union depot italic at 4.05 and 0:30 : p.
ni , , rpcrcctlvely , arriving In Chicago at 8:15 :
ind 0:30 : next morning.
City tlckut oittco. No , HOI Farnam ut.
A Cheap Trip toCullrornln ,
The nurllncton route Is now soiling round
trip tickets from Omaha to San rrnnclsco ,
Los Angeles and Sun Diego at J65.EO about
t cent and a half a mile.
Isn't that reasonable ?
Tickets , berths , tlmo tables and advertis
ing matter at 132J Tarnom street. W. P.
V'alll , agent.
His Friends Propose to jjako a Snap Judg
uwnt Ons It.
Ajrulmt tlii * It Slj . l > Ward Council
I'n tpd Upoi liy Che Commit tea
\Mtliuut tlio Tsimony of the
.AlnUir * of tlialCoiiiplnliil.
Tha opinion In the 'Specht Impeachmcn
case wns written ycatonlay afternoon b ;
Judge Hascall , niul It la a complcti
vlndlcntlon of the councilman from tin
Sixth \jnrd. When the committee on Judl
clary met jcatorday to hear the evl
donee In the case the following comimmlca
lion nan filed by the cqmplalnnnt.
IN Tun jrmciAiiv eoMMtrrnn en
Gentlemen : Under , the i-hiiilcr governlni.
cltlca oC the mctiopdlltim clns ( sectloi
172) ) excluiHe Jurlmllctlon Is confi-ru-d upoi
the district court ot Douglas county to re
move a councilman or other city ollleer.
Kulil nrcllon confciu nlono upon the nm/oi
of such city power and authority to protein
to fluid district court articles of Impeach'
merit against a uMHicllmmi It therefore
follo\VH that us thlH powc-t rests tolely Ir
the major your committee Is entlrelj
without authority or Jurisdiction to trj
Chrlstlun Hpecht. You manifestly have re
right to swear witnesses or take testimony
In tlio prc-inl ° es. Your icpoit rvennn \ \ ti
full hearing would hn\p no judicial foiet
01 slijnlllLance. The clinrgcM as set fortli
In the communication of 13v Slmernl tc
the mayoi and council can bo fully piosoe
by direct oral testimony and the best oi
documentary evidence
Hut this ptoofIII enl > bo ptodured be
fore n trlbtiniil ha\lnR thp powei undei tin
city chaitci to lie.ir and determine the
case. With all due iPHpei-t to > om com
mittee and Its Intentions , we- must ic-
spcctl\el > decllno to pnlimlt the testimony
to sou , but we do here anil Hhall continue
to insist upon the major of tbe rltv taking
such action as will brlni ; forth a fair tilal
bcfoie the proper tilbunal HeHpectfully.
13 W SlMHUAt , .
Dy Robert W. Patrick ,
Attotnpy for 1'lalntlffs.
Dated Omaha , Neb , I'd ) fi , 1S9I.
Councilman Calm thought the committee
should respect the wishes of the piosecutlon
In the matter , especially as that position
was appirently based on the 1 iw applicable
to the cfljo , but Ilascnll w.is determined to
go ahead with the hearing , and overruled
the petition that the matter bo sent to the
mayor and district court , Holmes lefralning
from taking any stand In the matter.
Councilman Specht was then called to the
witness stand In defense , and there repeated
under oath substantially the same story as
that contained In his alildavlt heretofore
published. He charged that the complainant
was attempting to blackmail him to hecaro
payment of a claim that was not a just one.
Ho said that he had emplojod the attorney
at a salary of ? 300 a year , and that when
Boino of his cases demanded attention In the
courts the attorney was engaged elsewhere
and could not attend to them , and had sent
hh brother , for whoso time a claim was
made aside from the amount stipulated In
the annual contract.
He bald that Slmeral had demanded that
ho assign him a part of his salary as coun
cilman , and ho had * . lefuscd. The lawyer
had sued him and lobtalned a Judgment
against him , and hoi had already paid $100
on that Judgment , butjhu did not piopose ter
pay money that ho did not OK ? , although It
was hlb Intention to pay a.11 his honest debts
as boon as he could. *
The witness testified , that the whole mattpr
co\ured in the charges had been full } Inves
tigated by the grand Jury , and that body hud
refused to find a truejblll against him. The
reported connection wJth the Meliopolllan
Lighting company , as well as the ( -lection
bootli con ti acts and engine houbo contracts
had boon gone Into , and a la : go number of
witnesses had been examined. Ho ne\er
had a cent of interest or stock in the Met
ropolitan company , and lud noser iccehed
any of the pioceeds. tile said ho had been
helping the Specht f&mily for the past
eleven jears , and had signed the notes for
George Specht as a simple act of friendship ,
Just as ho had at other times helped him ,
and his friendship had cost him about $11-
000. The action of Slmeral was no sm prise
to him , as ho was told by Mr. Ilosewater
last Monday that he had received a letter
from Slmeral saying that unless the claim
was paid charges would bo profoired before
the council.
A threatening letter written by George
Specht January 1 was Introduced as evi
dence. It set forth that unless the claim
of $850 owed by the councilman was at once
paid , the whole Inside history of the con
nection of the councilman with dlvcis , city
contracts wo-Jld bo divulged. The witness
Bald that George Specht had subsequently
sent a man to him to say that for $300 ho
would swear on the councilman's side In
all his cases , and this offer had later been
reduced to $50 a month for four months , but
all had been rejected. Specht told how he
had assisted the father of George Specht
when ho failed In business at Dixon , 111. ,
and was ready to dlvulgo a lot of family In
side history If It was necessary in ai living
at a decision In the case.
Hascall concluded that the committee
had no business conbldcrlng the matter any
way , as the offenses charged were com
mitted In a former term , If committed at
all , and It was outbids the Jurisdiction of
this coinmiltco to go Into thorn. The com
mittee had seen documental y evidence and
listened to the testimony of Mr. Specht , and
the grand Jury had Investigated the whole
matter without deeming Itself Justified In
Indicting the councilman. All the witnesses
had been before the grand Jury and their
failure to act in the matter after ascertain
ing all the facts ought to bo sufficient. But
oven If It was not. It was the opinion of the
councilman -from the First that the defonbo
put In by Mr. Spocht was all that was neces
sary to refute the charges , as the com
plainant had Ignored the committee after
asking It to Investigate the charges and had
not appeared to offer a particle of proof ,
Hascall said ho would write out the report ,
and asked the other members of the com
mittee. to return at 2 o'clock In the utter-
noon and attach their signatures.
Shook Ilico Until Il Lost 111 * ClnlliPH unit
Stood Niikpel lit the II.ir.
A naked man stood at the counter In
Gcorgo Hair's saloon , Fifteenth and Market
streets , Louisville , Ky , , at 1 o'clock one
morning. 4Ho had gambled away the clothIng -
Ing that had made his last stake. Ho was
a young man known us "Howdy" Phillips ,
rtas considerably under the Influence of liquor
and has an uncontrollable mania for gamb
On Friday night he had been out with a
number of friends drinking , and about 1
o'clock ho dropped Into Jlau's saloon to got
a last drink before hq .wont to bed. Ho
was very well acquainted with the pioprlo-
tor , and they snook , ilco | to sea which
should pay for the drinks , Phillips lost ,
and tossed the last , 25-cent piece ho had
across the counter. tThoy stood talking for
a tlmo , and finally Phillips pulled a ring
from his linger undl nald ho would put It
up against one Ilau were and shako for them.
Ran agreed , The dlcoiwro cast and the bar *
keeper won. Phillips became annoyed at hav
ing lost both throws' am ! lie offered to bet
his silver watch against $5 that ho would
win riQxt time. Again Ran took the bet and
won. At/ thin Phillip became desperate ,
and lost In turn his collat button , studs and
cuff buttons. Finally ( hp'pulled off IIH ! coat
and dared the tuition inau to bet $5 against
Ilau told him ho was In hard luck and en
deavored to pursuado him to go homo and
not throw any more. At this Phillips became -
came angry , and claimed llau was giving
him the worst of It by jumping the game
when ho was winner , Seeing the passion was
an the young man and It was useless to
reason with him , Rau put up the money and
throw four deuces , The best Phillips could
ilo was u pair of fives , but he Insisted upon
wagering his hat and veat against $5. This
tlmo Phillips throw first and four sixes rolled
out of the box on the first dash. Ho did not
better It and Rau took the box. On the first
throw ho got a pair of aces , another ono foil
in the second , and the fourth ono dropped on
the third.
"What will you btt against my pants ? "
excitedly cried I'hllllpj , as he tool : another
drink on credit and end enorul to sleady h
( ihnttercd nerves.
"Not n cent , " snUl ttati. "I.ot'H atop , nt
you go home. "
"No , sir , " was the reply. "You've got
shake , nnd I'll stay right here It I lose- over ;
thing but the bud taste In my mouth. "
"All right , " said Ilnu , "If von will Imi
It , I'll pur up (3 against jour pantn , hi
> oti must take them off nnd lay them o
the counter. "
Without n word Phillips pulled oft li
trousers nnd Kid them on the counter. The
ho took the box and began rattling the die
Hy thlH tlmo quite n crowd had gathered I
witness the unique name. I3vcry tlmo tl
door was opened the chilly air stiuek tli
naked man nnd made his teeth rattle , bi
ho was In good humor nnd cast the die
with n nervosu hand. A pair of trns rani
up. The roll brought n pair of fives , nnd r
the Hftttl Phillips shook the remaining die
to try nnd fill the hand. A six cnmo ti |
Then Ran took thn box nnd got n pair (
fours. The next throw brought another pal
of fours.
With nn oath Phillip ! ! daslrol the box an
dice Into the cuspidor nnd started for th
door. Ran stopped him , ho evei , nnd gav
him back his clothing , together with
drink , nnd sent him to h s homo.
jr tur. inu.s ;
llpppul of tlio IVili nil iicclloim : InwsV I
Clew nn Important Km ,
WASHINGTON , Fcb G The decision <
tire sonnto to finally vote Tuesday upon tli
bill for the repeal of the federal election
laws means , In nil probability , that nc
many moro days will elapse before thef
laws will bolpol from the statute book , n
the bill has already passed the house nn
there Is no likelihood of executive oppos
The passage of the bill will mark the clos
of nn Impoitnnt era In the country s hh
toiy , as the livvo which are to 4)3 repeale
were the outgrowth mainly of the v\ar c
the rebellion , nnd had their origin duiln
reconstruction dajs Providing as they d
for federal supervision of presidential an
congressional elections , the laws have al
w.ijs been unpopular \\ith the advocates c
the rights of states to control thcli own in
tcrnal affairs The democratic party ha
naturally taken up this cause , nnd as natut
ally takes , advnntigo of this opporturilt
when It controls both congress nnd th
executive branch of the government to hav
law a repealed.
The debate on the bill has not been n
gcneially partlclpatd In by the rcpubllcin
as It would have been n few jcars ago
Tire failure to pass the no-called foicn bll
of the Fifty-Illst congress appeals to hnv
had the effect of dampening the ardor o
many republicans. Uvcn the icpublicai
members of the .senate committee on prlvl
leges nnd elections In their mlnoilty repor
on the pending bill , admit the Impractica
blllty of even securing such legislation ni
that .timed at by the Lodge bill , and man ;
of them seem to bo of the opinion that I
may bo well to peimit the democrats ti
pass the measure now as soon us It can bi
disposed of. The lepublican senators wil
protest as a party by a solid vote agalns
the bill , but the Indlcatlorib arc that rnnn ;
of them will take no other means of maul
fcstlug their opposition.
III Cloud I InTiullT Hill.
WASHINGTON , Feb 5 Senator Jones
democrat of Arkansas , a member of the
finance committee , bavs that ho does nol
think the hearings will be grilled on the
tariff bill , and that It will be ready to re
port back next week. Serrator Voorhecs
says that the matter will bo settled at tin
meeting of the committee tomoirow.
No Ai tloii mi Pciklmtii.
WASHINGTON , Fcb. S. The senate com
mittee on judiciary adjourned until 10 1C
o'clock tomorrow morning without taking
any action on the Peckl am nomination.
l.nbor Io IIIH to t'ap tal.
To prevent a general shut down of tin
window glass factoilcT the workers' unioi
of Plttsburg granted a loan of $50,000 tc
the Chambers Glass company. This Is tht
only case on record where labor was asked
to loan BO large a sum to capital. The
union has $210,000 In local banks , and u ;
there are four moro applications for loan
pending , other manufacturers will be as
AM ) t'l'lllOI'lt.
There are now seventeen crematories in
the United States.
The interest on the public debt of the
United States approximates $100 per minute ,
The Chine ° o have a superstitious dread ol
black and blue , but legard red as a lucky
: oloi. i
The tomb of Mahomet is covered vvltli
diamonds , sapphires and rubles valued nt
There arc two mountains In Lower Califor
nia that are estimated to contain 10,000,000
tons of puio alum , * '
A vein of mineral wax which resembles
pure butter has been dlscovcicd by peat
Jiggers In Ireland.
During the jear 1S93 over 4,000 corpses
were cremated In Franco. Nearly ono-diird
: ho number Is credited to Paris alone.
Over In Maine a woman has recently mar
ried the man who put the lope around Her
husband's neck when ho wns Ijnched last
In Java 750 distinct earthquake shocks
iveie felt during the year ending December
U , ISflS. The average yeaily number of
shocks felt In Japan Is something over GOO.
Three places are known where green snow
s "found. Ono of these Is near Mount
Slecla , Iceland ; another fourteen miles east
) f the mouth of the Obi , and the third near
3ulto , South America.
Wllllnin Dlxou , n resident of central Now
i'ork , has three hands , the legular ones nnd
mother , much smaller , on his hick , Just
ibovo the waist. He Is not to be blamed
t ho Is a little behindhand.
The laigost advertising sign In the world
is on the sldo of a hill back of Ardenlee ,
Scotland. Tire words , "Glasgow News , "
ire clit In the shape of flower beds , nnd can
)0 distinctly seen and read ut n distance of
'our miles.
A Inko of boiling mud. two mllea In cir
cumference , exists In the Island of Java ,
ircar Solo. Masses of soft , hot mud con-
.luually arise and fall and huge mud bubbles
sxplodo llko balloons , with rcpoits llko guns ,
it the rate of three a minute.
A shorthand writer In llcrlln attends the
funerals of prominent persons and takes
lown verbatim the nddrcsbcs of the olllel-
Ulng clergymen. He prepares highly orna-
ncnted copies of these and sells them to
ho friends of the eulogized dead. Ho Is
lolng a roaring Undo.
A manufa'cturlng concern In Birmingham
Irlves something of a trade In crowns.
They nro real ones , of solid gold , with cap
) f crimson velvet , and other kinds of cheap
Jilt showy stones , and are buppllcd to the
< lngs of Africa , of whom there are several
Hundred , ut a highly satisfactory return al
vary and other merchandise.
In the northwestern part of Colorado
.hero Is a region several hundred square
nllcs In extent which Is literally a vast
leposlt of petrified flsh ot all t > Ucs and
ihapcs. These flsh beds shale , containing
Ish remains nro nbout 160 feet In thick-
less and extend up and down the Green
Ivor for a distance of 150 or 200 miles.
My doctor tnjs It ftcta fc-enlly on the aloinai li ,
llTerBDdkldncwnlUniileiuutnllaxatUe 'lUls
drink l made from lieilu. and li prcparea for ua
aatatlly asua llUcalle < l _
.AU < lrucKl i > > llltai60c.anitlamcl | < aKe If you
rantotfi-t II. tend youmUUreM fumfroe sample.
l.une'iii'nnillr ntrillrlnv inovi-ii tlio bo rl < i
cnt-li HUT. InOMfrU-ho lirailliv llilildnw emnr ) .
TlicfO 000 Chlnoioln Sin ftrancl 1oi nrnmnfn
n rclo'inllon of the Chliim ) cP.ir lit 1
uulor t SunJaj iil lit.
Jutlgo H ! ( cr liv the t'nllnl Slut * court > < -i > ici
a y nrpolntcil rcciUer for ln Dirlt Hollo' '
Qunrr > c > oni | > ii } of Dciltonl , Jinl
1' . r. liut * A Co , propili'toM of the Clt > Mnl
ttorki nf IrfHilMllle , nurl nnl > tcrdi\ . \ !
nt-ts und llntrlltlrtf , bt-lvicdi $ WW > ) mil IT.OXt
At thomld'U liuor cninliliitilnii snips \oslonla
nt l.oultu lllo J ivliau ! u-r. 4Mrni-oltl lij Jijhtrtl
orrorcto t > > Unnil "Jciitiu ni sold tu W I
Closby of lA-xluctoii tor f t < ooo
It A. Itiickpl nnrt Ids neil K U Hii'llolmiloi
nt V'nniiliiBtoii Mo on n charco of HH tiling bo
IWCPII $ lti out ) nnd n'O 000 worth of bonds , Ucr
arrested \\lnm-in-fr > pHtcnl .
Hontfnioro of tlio clorh omtilojftl In the rnil (
tel at I.inslnjt. Mich , unilcr I tli tlii > pn-ni
niul former ni1iii1nlFtrntlonscro Bumtnoiuil b
rorc- the Rinnd jury jmtenlnj.
Another Inruo lln iilnln mill hnn lioi-n loc-itrd li
I.lwooil Iml , inaltlnir thnti In nil , with n mm
olnitl onlpiit uf IB neil pounds ixrMCK. . llio nov
onu IN bai'lud bj EiiKltnh capitnllwtB.
I'nnk l.cnli > . nllni r H Koottna \r > ( ( > riln
onptuioil nl M lmil niul lll Im HPIII to Tnxn
for trlnl iiun | t u > clmrctuf uxhiK Ihu mall * I
rurthi-rniico of n sehpiuc to tlcfrniiil
Aftt-r n Morm oxporlincn , ilmliir lilih nl
"flier calls mul npnri wore riirrltvl n\\i\\ , Hi
llrltlsh luiili ll > , lalincrn } ieiii\iij toxv i
Into No Vuilt hnrbor iiliiiont n uin.li ,
Godfuy Muv Droprktorof t o Inruo ilrcootl
stoi-t8iillilrobc I'l.Hhol ' liHnlroMHltiilix bt >
t UIHInlic > TI filhMl to ontloiso a t-hi ck nml tin i
L-uiiimlltidHtiloMo Mr Mnj will noovc-i
I'rpHlilcnt ( lu-i-nluil of the \\hlsln tni t f\\i \
In nn Inlmli-u nl ChlniKO Mi'tili ) ttuit tin
Me loij of the Wlvon bill In tlm hoimrIIIH It-
filltnl 111 n IniRtly Intnusetl output ofxlilxk } .
Suit \ini lirouRht } cst'nlay nt V lHinl | o
Ind , fnr Jr. OiX ) tlnninips iiKHliinl rrctlitltk Mlllt
l > > Jolin Kckirt , who WIIH iuiiiltltil | of Iho miir
iltr of Ambrose Duke MnlUlolla pioKiCiillot
In cliaiKcil
It wnn ItnrnAl nlmnul the Fttnm hli | Von
orueln , which nirlxfd jirli-nlnj nt Now \oi )
from iVntiul AmcrlPiii polnti Unit tliu | J > UH !
lunu lotlor > wuq nbout to changL UH hiutliiuni
tera to t'arnra
About 0 o'clock lint nlKdt at Liw riiioiKTII
Chuilij Ilriku nnd llnirv Un > \ < H pot Into n IH !
initc-oxtr Driki-Bwlfo , who Iml been llxlmr will
Hc-o\e It indi-d In llialio bcliitf kllltd .UK
Ku-vi'H f it.illj wounduil
The upuhlkmt ittiilccomniltlt o of Tmllnni
hns Kent nut clrcuHrs ttT Imnl iiimiulitttiuii
llmiUKlniut the Ftiilp lti-.trtictliiR t 11 in In niltip
tin" hlncU anil netKhliorliood" KjttUm fuiutlnt
nt the tomlne atntp cleLtluii
13x l-nsltlcnt llenliniln HniilBon will tnit foi
fallforuta about IVbruarx ] i Ills sun tal }
xalilr > UM\la } that Mr Hairlttnnnulil tlillxii
no allllL HCls nr bcliilts uiitHlilinf Ilinso of tht
Manftinl nnl\i rpltyvhllc In ( . 'allCurnl.i <
M Srtkitt , Hitni Ikt r of pimr pleliilPH who
Plupod Iron Vllth irt Ind with Ml-m I-IIIUIH
D.iM'nport imi who Hiidtli nl\ itlHiini-iiitl from
KiiiHiirit\ wi-tk \\.mniit-Htul .it Ttipok i
, M-H | ( nlnj by the uherlll anil \ oli.irj-nl with
bli ? nil \
At a mooting at St I.ottl * jottrnlns the llnal
rt is , prollmlnar } to formal Im oipontli n wtir
taUtn mul tluboclH II.'iKl" , I'liirnKio Nnplt f
ami lillnwlhl will hoitaftti bo ttm on the il\ti
unilti a mimiKunent to be kiiimu ns the iatk :
1'aokvt lonipui }
Iiili-lllconcn li is roii'iml I'oiPHlClIx Ailt.of a
tiritblti tloublo liiirxh KO-IK > i Iclit mlli H noith-
\\t-Htuftlicro In I'rilrlitowiiHhlp In whloh an olil
u inn. m mum cl fcoiilhu ill .mil a man u.inicil
Thom.iH t'.ipr. Biispotlitl of liitpnill tilHin wort !
iibtfrtlnj mornliifc' shot anil klllitl b > Homo tin-
know U .IKS IHHlllH
Captain I , O J.nnFon AV V Allkln on nml
AMIllam Ka } of the llxaneton llfi calui ; cii\v ,
who starttil In a small boil to tbo Inlakts uf
the ChlnKo walor worltH winbiimntil In b >
lloatliiK Inami narrowly escaped bi.liis Bwampctl
off K\anston } tslinla } .
Kia.Hlm IAtnnli , appolntnl rrool\or of the
AUK rlcan Jlullillnt , ' , Loin ami Imislmmt xo-
cld > b } Iho ftiloral touit } i l ( ula > , i oimmniml
Hull nt C'liloaso for $1KOOH ( ) In ( litclimlt touil
tcalnslVllllani I , Marstnn anil I'rancps U
Moillon , the fornai hccrolar } unil \ Ice piisltli.nt
of Uie fcoclct } .
Jtr W. Astor Chankr , the \ouns Amoilcnn
pxploioi , wan rcportcil to bo at Kltul , 1 Uambtnl ,
on Janui ! } " 3 on his wa } lr > the coast lie was
\picttd to ani\o at Mon i1' ' * i on Kcbmii } 10
A Yl'-nn i ill pntch his tint the nnnuil Intor-
niitlonnl Kialn f.tli In that cits IK i nilaiiKCioil ,
mlng tololcnt attatks upon It In tbe Oli t last
wp < k. when- nil tlio nrRanl/prs of the fnlis were
stlKmitl/cil a s thieves and H\\lndlis
The llambuiK-Ainoili.in and the Ninth Gcimnn
1.10il sttnmshlp lines hxiam ilKainaltd , as fui
ts thni Jledltt rrane tn seixko Is eoucoinod It
s addtd tliat the olliti tnnllnciilal lines ba\p
iolmd In the aticcincnt foi eeitaln puts of the
It Is otlli lall } nnnouncod that the wlnlor wheat
alea his IncroaHed hi tntho dop ittini uts of
1'iaucf , mi compaicd wllh it'll , and tint it his
1'citastd In twout-olkht 'Ibo eondlli n of tin-
crop Is vald to bo exctllont In thlil } foui dfpart-
nents , Rood In fortj-eUht and fall In Ihrto de-
mrtmonts 'llu ie alt i his hieietsttl and the
iio p < cts of the crop mu Rood.
In the Itolelisticr } estordiv II. urielborR ,
ntlonal liberal , as ) < < d wlnt was tin govtin-
mcnl's position In rpRtinl to tinCobuiK hucies-
slon ciueitlon Ilerr 1 rollwiB s lid tint the dual
nsltloii of the duke of S i\o C'otmii ; Utitha as a
German nnorelKn nnd as a prlnco of a fonlKii
lower was Incompatible with Gorman national
ftcllne , and he suRrested tint the duke should
enounce hla IlrltUh mtlomillt } .
Little pills for great Ills : Dottltt'b Llttlo
Jarly Hlbers.
Tlloil In thei < Ron Com In.
roitTI.AND , Ore , IVb ft Genoinl Attoinoy
Cottan of the Union 1'acltlo toda } Illi d In the
'lilted States court the petition of the Union
1'nclllc rtccl\ers oitleilnK a reduction of Magea
uiuL. rtstlalnlnrf the tmplOes from Hlrlklnt , ' .
on Scott's
Emulsion ,
becau sci
fat f o o d s
make fat
childrenr- :
They are
thin , and remain thin just in
proportion to their inability to
assimilate food rich in fat.
of Cod Liver Oil is especially
adaptable to those of weak diges
tion / / is partly digested altcady.
Astonishing how quickly a thin
person gains solid flesh by its use1
Almost as palatable as wilk.
Prepared bjr Scott A , llmvno , h Y , All dniir ) lals.
\VlthogontzliiB ecriinai nml ctlicr
Itchliii ; , liillliliitt , likcdlllf , i. ly ,
blotch ) 1.1ul | 'lm'l ' ( ) skin mc | mulp
disc IWH ure iiittuntly irlloscil i nil
specdllj cmid lij tliti rcldirjtcd
L'UTICUIU lit MEIHLH , Ihu KFtlllot
el > ln uirtu , Uluud punliem , und hu
nor icmullu ot iiioih-in tlmrs
hull tbrauijkout ibe wOrhl.
The be
to c
to th
Monarch Brand of (
All Fri
The Best Teas and
That c
or cc
Flavoring Extract
The fin
The finest Fresh Roa
I bollovo I have the only JVi
HlulTs , mul I until jou to
Telephone 101.
.Severn Cltronlo Cittitrrli t tuning to llndlr
lilv > imn iho U lutlft system.
Spanking of the comparatively * very short
tlmo necoM.irr to the euro uf ontnrrh In It *
constitutional form by the Coiiolnnd .tyhcu-
urd specialty system , MUs Kinmi Trenklo ,
717 Tuonty-nrtli itroot , youth Omnhn , and
born rlxht here ,
"I vrcnl to Urs. Copol in 1 X Miopird fof
treatment , foi the same loison tli it , I h-uu
hniird iMvoti tjy ninny nf my in iiunlntiinces ,
mi I Hint Is lic-c nuc , wbilo thuli fen Is only 11
Illllu sum a month Incliidliu tliu medicines
they liuvo the ti-put itlon of tnkliu Icis tlmu
for Ibo cure of chronic dtii-ases than Is RCII-
crully supposed to possible
" .My own trouble vvnu c'hronln ontnrrb nt
the ho id , tlunit. Htom ioh nnd Imvvols , w th it
turd bronchi il cuiiith and for ycnrt pint , It
had Involved mo In Nlrlincss nnd mUery
unou'-'h. To toll the nytnutnn H Is tiresome :
t hero's o much rep'tltlun about It It WUH
like this-
"I'lr-it I had cold , then another , then a cold
nil the time , till thn note IssnRtcippcd up th it
we can't broilho cxiepl thinuli tlumouth. .
I hen tli it vile mucus drlpptn" tha lonstunc
II Unit of the tliro it with jm oil ins ciitairhil
dlscu irct-s as from sjrno tin L r hu'UliM nicer
In bne'i ' bplitml tlio pilule. I'lien the tor
menting bronchi il toiiith mid the fnl.uredf
tlio HIOIIIHI h. thu niii oi before eatln. nnd
tbo n tin. the bloitlni ; . the ho IV'IIOFS nfter-
wmd Then thbho idiichcs. the spoils ot falnt-
1K-S4 pnd ( lip/lness. the ro 11 rik' In the o i.s , the
loss of Ik'hh , stronctli nnd suirltn , the s cup-
k" < s nlcht" au'l tired nioinlnv'4 folloueil
llnallv hy tot il fnllure of bo ilth und thu mo -
nncholy foolms of b ivln boomo u total In
valid it last.
" 1 lust twenty pounds In weight nnd the
least cold m ulo my lungs oro. HO th it llmtlly
my p irents foni-d I wns iroln , ' Into con-
Riiiulitloi. 1 bo-'itn to think so niyHo.f , nnd
p'.iced mv onso ttllh Ir Miepird who hns ru-
xtoied mo to exec lent Iron th In .1 short time.
\Vo are fullv cnnvlm id 111 it for chronic bron-
clilal anil cnttrrliii trcub'cs ' h s treatment Is
the voiy best th it c in bo found. "
IIOOMS 311 AND 312 NI3VV "iOIUv MriJ
lll'Il.DINO , OMAHA , NIH ) .
Olllce ItuurH D lo 11 n , in , 2 tn 5 p ni , 7 to S
p in Humli > 10 n , m. to 12 in
Mau Dnvolopol
LTI ( \ COl'lUINn. wilt
1-cHlori all the itciiaritlv. *
Olk'lllH IllllHItOIICV 1 H-
poHHluloir CIJl'lUISE It
imi tl Send for frja clr-
uliirt mil tiHttmonl Us
1' o liox 070 , San 1'i.in-
cltu o U il.
Vtflieye T3o MEATS
If you want llist-clvM moats , fresh every
day , and If you \vaut to buy them at the very
lowest pilous , try I'okorny's Now MoitM ir-
Kot , J3'i liioidny. ' 'ompuo thoio prices \\Itli
iho prices you luuo been paying :
HoastBeof , fiom Go to Oo
Suloin Stta't , fiom lOo to
Poitcihouso Steak , fiom lOo to 12o
Hound Steak , liom 80 to lOo
Hib and Chuck Stoalc , from Co to
Boiling Beef , tiom lie to bo
Cornel Beef , fiom 4o to Go
Clous ( bonrlobs ) . Co
Pork Chops Ho
Pork Butts. lOo
Salt Pork lOti
All kinds Mutton , from fie to lOo
All kinds Veal , fiom 7o to 12o
Poi k Sausage , fiom. . rT. 8e to
Call foi nia Hams 7o
Bacon 1 S' ' o
Laid , from He to 12o
Poultry , ( lanio and Wish always on h md.
ries.li Uooda at low prices.
Vttornoys-vt-Uw Pri3
J tU3 ii t'i3 ' st-ita ini
federal couili HID in 2J3-7-3-J , jaajii
block Council IllulH In
- For runt , to n good
SPriUNDIUBiisiiicHsOhnnco- $1,00000 cisti
eapltal to luu Ht In inlllt unit butter tliilry In oon-
Innctlun v\ltliuoulti > , Ito anil Konoral insturo
busliK-HB Abuut 1 , .100 acres , mostly UD ! mil pin-
lure about lullUH fron CJiucll IHutTci mid K
inllcM f ro u Unulii cltIhiittH Well fonceil uncl
nate-i plenty and convenient In eich of ,1 nnuloH-
iii en Ouoil , coniforiiblo U-roani house nuil ifoo t
barn , ho ? nnd t hlclteii hotisji Iinulr. ) ot L I'l
IiKlHiin , OJU Ulh nveniio , or JJ3 llio vJw.iy , Counel.
HlullH .
_ _
YOU know Hut Uiy A , lloss n iva sain
DO b ircalua In rult auJ u iraju laud near
UilBclty ;
lomovo I , cosspuoln. v nuts , olil nna/
GAKHAGK Kit IJin.io , at Tiyloru frosury , 31 J
li.oulw.w _ _
TS and loans Farm nnd city propel ty
AIlbTHAC and told. 1'iwc-y & 'llunnnH , Uounell
Tit.TjKVinW : Flint Kiru for Bill.1) ) inllus
liHoiilhPaHt ofcltj. Will H.-ll.ll ) IO.BU UOorHO
icrcH. l-rlcofoi Ihii wliolo , $14r)0tl 1'orpirtleu-
lai H qililri.HH 11 C Uaymoml , Count 11 lIlulTH. lit.
\7lAVI Homn tro.itnu-nt tor liulli-3 Htaltliboulc
> nnilcoiiHidUtlonfruu I.udy nttundant AiltlrthH
DI cill roonm , IU3 , JOU Men Inn block , Council
IllnltH _ _ _
- on Lake , near traimter
Apply nt lleo onite.
is none too good. I want
1 your especial attention
mned Goods
ts , Veg-atables and Fish.
i bo purchased. Poor tea
be is not economical.
it line in the city. All the
avers , celery , onion , etc.
ed Coffee In the City. ,
' IU
s. if. i\nc \ ? TEE.
UU4 .Muln St. mill U3j ! I'ciirl St.

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