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8 THE OMAHA DAILY UEB : WEDNESDAY , APRIL 4 , 18DI.
ins HONOR WAS NOT READI Contempt Oaso Apulnst The Boo Edito Continued for a Week , SHOWING DECLARED INSUFFICIENT rllnl by tlm nrfcnilnut In Conner tlnii ulth tin ) I'nbllrntlon of tlm Jarillne Catc Anutlirr Clmptcr In n .Scnsn- tlonnl Divorce rrorrcillnc. Judge Cunningham II. Scott , who prc sides over the criminal section of the dlstrlc court , had n full house again yesterday morn Ing , hut the general opinion prevailed thai h did not give the people a how that wn worth the price of admission. .Monday morning Judge Scott an nnnnccd from the bench and li open court that yesterday he wotil proceed with the trial of the case wlicrcli Mr. Edward llofowatcr , editor of The Dee I alleged to bo guilty of contempt on accoun of the facts connected with the now famou T. F. Jardlne larceny case , and the sub Ho'iucnt disposition of the action havlni liecn published In The lice of March 9. The result of this announcement was tin riiUBO of the crowded condition of court roon Judge Scott sits to hear am No. 1 , where tlclprmlno matters that conic , before hi branch of the district court. lawyers wen Ihoro by the hundreds , whllo mixed li among them were scores of the merchant and business men of the city. The Journal of the proceedings of the prc th session of court was read ana vlous upon the answer that Mr. Rosewater Judge passed Monday'H session of tin water filed at C ° Ttie following shows a verbatim report o - the case of the state o I havi against Edward Uosewatcr Nebraska the bill and answer Illeil by tin defendant and I llml the bill and answd Rro Insulllclcnt to constitute the purging o the contempt charge , and It Is therefore or ciered by the court that attachment be Issuei Tor the defendant to be returnable Mondaj morning at 9:30 : o'clock , at which all mat tcrs pertaining to the case will bo heard. Mr. Slmeral Will your honor note an ex ccptlon ? The Court I have noted an exception. Mr , Slmcral I would like to ask youi honor If It Is not possible that It be mad ( returnable at a later date ? The Court No , I have made my arrange inents for that morning. Mr. Slmeral If It can be made the nexl Monday morning a week from next Mon day . The Court I have set the time. Judge Duffle If your honor please , will you proceed with the trial In the absence ol the defendant If he be absent from the city ? The Court No , sir. Judge Dullle This Is not felony , rertalnly , mid I think that our statute provides thai Jn all cases of misdemeanor the trial may proceed In the absence The Court I cannot say what will be ilono until the attachment Is returned. This attachment Is to bo returned by next Mon day morning and I can't tell anything about it until It Is returned. Mil. IIOSEWATER'S ANSWER. Mr. Hose- Vollowlng Is the answer filed by water In the contempt case Instituted against him by Judge Scott : In the district court of .Douglas county , Nebraska. The State of Nebraska against Kilward Uosewater. Plea aiuK answer urn ] Showing of cause why the defendant should not bo held for contempt. Comes now the said defendant , Edward Kosewater , and for plea and answer and the ehowlng of cause to the Information tiled herein by the county attorney and protest ing against the jurisdiction of this court over his person and over the proceedings now being tulten herein and Insisting that they are irregular and without warrant ol law , and further Insisting , protesting and re monstrating against the power of the court to compel him to show any cause therein and Insisting upon his legal and constitu tional rights to freely speak , write and. pub lish Just and true comments upon uny of- Ilcor of this court or otherwise in uny of- llclnl action. And further protesting and Insisting that lie ought not to bo asked and can not legally bo compelled to answer any questions heroin , and further Insisting that said nrtlclo set forth In said complaint and Information is not and does not pretend to glvo the entire article as published In sold newspaper , and raid article should bo taken as a whole. Further answering , this defendant denies that the case of the state of Nebraska against Jardlne ( Doc. 36 , No. 44 , ) Is now pending In this court , but alleges the truth qfid the fact to be that said case , so far as ( he said Jardlno Is concerned , is In law Wholly and entirely disposed of , and that this court Is without further jurisdiction over the person of the said Jardlne or the nctlon entitled the State of Nebraska against T. F. Jardlno and George II. Smith , who Vere charged with grand larceny , and con cerning which the Information charges said article to have been written , as will nioro fully appear by reference to the orders of this court made In said case , a copy of which Is hereto attached , marked exhibit "A" and made a part thereof. And this defendant , further answering , de- > \lea that lie is the proprietor of the news paper known as The Omaha Dee , or any of the editions thereof , namely , The Omaha Dally. Ileo and The Omaha Evening npo.'but alleges the truth and the fact to bo that euld newspaper Is owned by The HOD Pub lishing company , a corporation duly existing Jnd organized under and by virtue of the laws of the state of Nebraska : but this de fendant not being desirous of evading any of the responsibility which may attach to liini In his connection with said newspaper. liereby admits that ho Is the edltor-ln-rhlef or all the various newspapers pub- y al > 1 Uo ' ' ' " ' ' " " 'I' ' ' " * company. Daily 1ICO mm T" ° Hut this defendant denies that ho Is at i " i8,1'1 ? ' "OW8l"M'crs nnd ho , , denl I l h mlbllljhed nfh u. . ? or caused to bo K DuwL ° know u.mt n * " " " ' " < ° oe published , or that ho ever rend MIR public contempt , disrepute or ridlc ule o ? o destroy the Influence , honor ° 'Vhe ' for the purpose of vim. fylnj ; or traducing the said court or the Uierco'l , ' > uo administration of , ir wltl1 Ul ° llllc"t willfully o ob. thu " " * set . . . . . . . . . . _ -.V. LUU. imuirr uenics that he Himself published or caused to bo pub lished , or permitted to bo published , In the evening edition of said newsnaner on tlm aid 9th day of March , 1891 , the nrtlc"e , o ? any portion thereof , as set forth In said In- formation. And this defendant further answering that an editor-ln-chlcf of said newspapers he only has direct charge of the editorial management thereof , and that all general news or city news , Including court reports. re under the supervision of several differ ent heads , each of whom has his own par ticular duties to perform relating thereto. JARDINB CASH RECITED. This defendant , further answering , al leges that on the day of , 1803 , an Information was filed In Tills court charging T , V. Jardlne and George H. Smith with the crime of grand larceny , to which Information the said defendants , when first called upon to plead , entered u plea of not KulUy. That thereafter , and at the May , 1893 , . term ot court , the said George II , " " " ' Wftg yiacjj ctl triaj orj jjij infonna. tion , and a verdict ot gullly was returned bj the jury empaneled to try said came. Thai thereafter nnd during said Mny , 1893 , term of court said George II. Smith was by thlt court sentenced to Imprlionmcnt In the pcn < Itentlary of the state of N'ebr ska for the term of flvo years , and the trial of the case an against the said defendant , T. F. Jardlno , Man continued. That some tlmo prior tc the 8th day of March , iSOi , the said T. F , Jardlne , with his father , mother and other relatives , had a conference with Hon. Cun ningham n , Scott , judge of this court , and J , L. Knlcy , the county attorney , as this de fendant wan Informed and believes , and thai at Bald conference on the Stli day of March , 1894 , the aald T. K. Jardlno withdrew his plea of not guilty and entered a plea'ol guilty ot grand larceny as charged In the Information filed agalnat him and the said Gcorgo II. Smith. And thereupon this court made nn order deferring sentence on said plea of guilty until tlm September , ISO ) , term of this court , and further ordered that the said Jardlne bo released upon ex ecuting a bond In the sum of five hundred dollars ( $500) $ ) , which bond was thereupon executed and the said Jardlno released from custody and ho Is now at largo , and this court , as the defendant la advised and be lieves , U without further juriidlctlon In the case , cither to forfeit said bond or to pronounce - nounco sentence against the said Jardlno , and the case Is fully disposed of so far nn this court Is concerned , and was at the time of the publication of tnld article. And further answering alleges that at snld datu and at all times since It was well known to the said court and to the said Cunningham It. Scott that the said George II. Smith was not the principal offender , but that he was led and induced by the defend ant , T. F. Jardine , to commit the crime of which lip wao convicted , and the said Jar dlno wAs the principal offender therein. A copy of the sentence of the cald George II. Smith its pronounced by this court Is hereto attached , marked exhibit "IJ" and made a part thereof. Further answering this defendant says that ho Is Informed and alleges It so to bo that the law relating to contempts docs not extend to any comments or publications made relating to a case or cases already tried and deposed of when mich publication Is made , nor to cases ever which the court has lost jurisdiction to proceed further therein , and further In this regard he al leges that section 452 of the criminal code of the xtato of Nebraska provides as fol lows : "If the accused plead guilty , the plea shall be entered upon the indictment and the accused shall be placed in the custody of the sheriff until sentenced. " And also that sec tion 378 of said criminal code Is as follows : "The cost of keeping and maintaining any prisoner after his conviction of any offense punishable by imprisonment In the peniten tiary , wherever ho may be kept or con- flnod , shall be paid by the state , according to the rate which may be established by law at the time when such services may be ren dered or expenses Incurred. Provided , the rate so established shall not bo construed to apply to any contract which the governor .may make for the confinement of convicts In the penitentiary of a state. " Wherefore , this defendant alleges that upon the conviction of a defendant In a criminal case , cither upon a plea of guilty by the defendant , or upon n verdict of guilty returned by u Jury empaneled to try the case , such defendant becomes n prisoner of the state of Nebraska , over which the dis trict court has no jurisdiction except as provided by law to award n new trial or to pronounce sentence as soon as may bo con veniently done , and has no power to admit to ball or otherwise discharge the said defendant - fondant from confinement or release him from the custody of the law. That such being the case the said Judge Cunningham II. Scott , as defendant Is advised and be lieves , violated the law In releasing said Jar- dme upon bond and the said court has no Jurisdiction to proceed further In this case or to adjudge the defendant guilty of contempt In this' court for an article t.int was written after the case was wholly disposed of so far as this court was concerned , nor for commenting upon the acts of the judge of this court In his administration of the laws of this state , even If the defendant had written or caused to bo written or published the article complained of. Further answering this defendant denies that the Interpretation placed upon said article by the Innuendoes In said complaint contained are true and Just , or that said article Is susceptible of the Inference set forth in said complaint , but this defendant alleges that ho IIBB now nnd always has had the utmost respect for this court in the oxcrclso of Its legal and constitutional powers and for all the Judges In the exer cise of their legal nnd constitutional powers and rights. Wherefore , This defendant prays that he may bo purged ot any contempt of this court or ot said Judge Cunningham R. Scott , and may be hence dismissed with his costs. EDWARD W. SIMERAU E. R. DUFFIE , Attorneys for the Defendant. State of Nebraska , County of Douglas , ss : Edward Rosewater , being first duly sworn , says that he is the defendant herein , that ho has read the foregoing answer and the showing of cause , and that the facts therein stated are true. EDWARD ROSEWATER. Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before mo this 2d day of April , A. IX , 1894. WILLIAM SLMERAL , Notary Public. Another Divorce Cinu Chapter. The famous Wllgockl divorce case , which has been In the courts for some months , nnd In which A. F. Wllgockl Is seeking to secure a divorce from his wife , Nancy , took a new turn yesterday by n son , Oscar , tiling an affidavit in support of the petition of his father , the plaintiff. The boy avers that ho has seen eighteen Rummers and has lived at liomo a good portion of the time. During the summers of 1S87 and 1SSO he avers that lie was living at home upon the farm , and that during that lima the school master of the district , an Oscar Fisher , boarded at the house. The son of the Wllgockles al leges that for a time ho considered the school mapter very much of u gentleman , jut that later on he changed his mind. He noticed that the wlelder of the birch was very familiar with , his mother , so much so that when ho started to the school house In the morning ho would Imprint a kiss upon the lips of Mrs. Wllgockl and would do the same thing when he returned at night. At another time , the young man swears , ho saw the mothur sitting upon the lap of the teacher , who seemed to bo caressing her In a very affectionate manner. These : hlngs , young Wllgockl avers , continued until 1890 , when the climax was reached , at which tlmo ho alleges that h Haw thu teacher of the school coming 'out of. his mother's room wearing hardly enough clothing to make u napkin. A few days later he avers that he saw his mother and FlJjhor go Into the corn Held , where they tarried for the better part of an hour. Yesterday the case ramo up In the courts , the wlfo asking for temporary alimony dur ing the pendency of the divorce suit. Thu ludgo bi'foro.vfhoin the hearing was had ordered that the woman be given an allow ance sufficient to'provide her with the neces saries of life until such time us the dlvorco case proper could be disposed of. Elinor Court .Mutter * . Harry Kane , the colored boy , who , In company with Isaac Kune and John Gibbon , was accused of having burglarized the storu of A. Munskl and the sliop of A. T. Llnd- qulst , was arraigned In criminal court yes terday , where ho pleaded not guilty to the charges In both of the Informations. The April docket of the county court was called by Judge Ilaxli'r yesterday , with 170 cases for trial , a fulling olt of sixty- elBht cases since January , when there were 238 cases on the call. Wo could not Improve the quality If weald ) ald double the price. DoWltt'a Witch lazel Salvo la the best salvo that experience can produce , or that money can buy. UNION PACIFIC ENGINEERS Mr , McOonncll Replies to Certain Statement * Mndo by Mr , Vromnn , REFERENCE TO-SOUTHERN PACIFIC WAGES Dlrfnrcncn llctwrim the Twit ItouiH-'I.rS' I.ubnr to Krrp Modern KIIRIIIMI | lit Orilcr DocreiiKcd Ilunlnog Affects Only. In testifying In the wage hearing Monday afternoon Mr. McConnell replied to the state ment of Mr. Vromnn to the effect that Union Pacific engineers running from Qgdcn to San Frnnclsco nnd from San Francisco to Port land did not receive more pay than engineers on the Southern Pacific. Mr. McConnell s.ild that the pay of the Southern Paclllc , to a large extent , -Is on the trip basis nnd not on a mileage basts. Whenever a regular run can be scheduled and paid for by the trip It Is paid In that wny nnd not by the mile. As a basis for any runs that may be added nnd regular runs that canrot be paid for by the schedule they have established a pay for such runs of 4.70 per mile. The grades nnil furnitures ns a general tliliiK on the Southern 1'nrllle lines arc greater than on thu t'nlon 1'aelfle. He- tween Portland and San Francisco the dis tance Is 77 : ! miles , and the time taken for this run IH thirty-nine hours , or about three moreIIOUHO than the tlmo consumed between Oniiiha and Osdi-n , a distance ol 1,032 miles. Str. Vrnninn makes comparison of the cost per mile of engineers ami llrcmen , and In doing thin admits ho lias no data whereby he can bnpo Ills conclusions" . "For your Information , " lit ; said , "I will cite you three Instance.1 * , which will give you an Idea how this Is computed. There Is a run between Omaha and c'olumhufl , In which we have three crews ; the pay of the engineer is J112 nnd the fireman J7C per month , making a total of WIG P r month for the crews on Unit run. The mllenRr made by thcsu englneH amount to 5.ICO miles per month , nnd the wages of the engineers nnd llrcmen would be 10 cents per mile , not allowing anything for cleaning and handling the englno.t , which , added to the engineer and fireman's wages , would make 11 cents per mlle on that run. From Cheyenne to Lnramlc , distance llfty- slx miles , no other trip on the same day pays 100 miles. The wages are tG.GO on u passenger engine for the fifty-six miles. The wages on this run would be 11.80 cents per mile , with 1 cent added for watching nnd cli'unlnn engines , would bo 12.80 cents per mile. If this run Is doubled , the mile age Is 114 miles , nnd the crew would re ceive 150 miles , or 8.75 cents per milttor the trip of 111 miles , making the cost 8.75 for engineer nnd llremnn ; 1 cent added for watching nnd cleaning would make Si.W ) on this run. An engineer going 'over1 this division thirty times a month , 3.420 miles , would receive forty-five days pay , 1,080 excess of nctunl miles run. LESS LAHOn ON MODERN ENGINES. "With 'the modern appliances now on locomotives , the labor of running a loco motive on the Union Paclllc system Is much less than it was fifteen or twenty years ago. The conditions of the engines have Improved and they are kept In much better shape than they wpcil to be. conseciuuntly there Is less work for an engineer to do. The Increased tonnage does not require any more vigilance on the part of the engineer , does not add any more responsibilities to his duties , In fact It Is lessened , for the reason that our engines and cars arr all equipped with the automatic air brake , nnd place it within the power of the engineer to regulate bis'own , Fiieed down grade and make proper stops going Into stations. " It Is claimed by the receivers that the new rules which they sought to lntrodicc ( , which would apply equally to trainmen and englnemen , and being a wise plan'to adopt , does not appear to lie contradicted by Mr. Vromnn. Mention Is made by Mr. Vromnn of a conference with Mr. Clark in 18WL He did not rememlx. ! ' that the wltiio s stated the result of that conference ; believed he as serted It was1 to miiUo a Blight change In the rules. The slight clmiiRu referred to was an Increase In the pny-mirpnme of thu divisions nnd altogether the slightchniiKta requested by the engineers would cost the Union Paclllc $110,000 a year' more for engineers' wages. After a conference of about three weeks In the general mnnuKer's ofllce a compromise was effected l > y the engineers accepting SU.L'SO per year , to bo applied In such a wuy us they cuw lit. ENGINE MILEAUE. The engine inlleaRo made on the system was In 1S90. 81,846.343 miles : 1891 , 32 , I1,4G4 ; 1892 , 31,110,360 ; 189.1 , 2SG fl , 172. Ill 1SDO tin ; average cnrnlngs of the engineers nnd lire- , men wns $91.67 ; In 1891 , JS2.13 each ; lit ) . ' , $87 each ; li3 ! , $82 each. With a decrease of 1,000,000 miles in 1S9I : from 1891 , with n eorespomllng decrease In the company's ) business , the earnings of the engineers and flrumcn were practically the same. The rule has always been Insisted upon by the engineers that the "company should not assign any more engines or engineers than was necessary to move the tralllc with promptness and certainty. " has led to a decrease in the number of engineers and firemen. The nvcracu number of en gineers and llremen pe.r month Is as fol lows : For 1890 , i'-173 ; Ib91 , L'.IOS ; 1S92 , 2,22 : ! ; 1893 , 2.053. On January 1 , 1M)1 ) , there were 2,7u8 en- "that the engineers' pay decreases n tne earnings of the load clt-crcase , Is not borne out by the facts.Vo haveIn service on nn average , 157 iiiFs iiB < tr engines every ilay , freight engines In service. , about fuO , per day , or about three and n halt freight engineers to one pmu'eimer man. As the business of the road (1 ( crcises | the .de crease Is shown in freight service only , the passenger men ; earning the same , ns It Is necessary to have the same number of passenger engines In service , \\huther we have any passengers In our trains or not , It Is necensary to itili the passeim < trains whether they pay or not. " l-'rlghtrul l'li ntiiin < i Haunt the dreams of tho" sufferer from In- illgcstlon. What should the nightmare-rid den dyspeptic do when waking with a start , the sweat oo/.lng from the pores , sleep for the remainder of the night seems unattainable ? Swallow a wlneglnsHful of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters , which , If. tnken before going If , bed , wo-ild have In sured repose. Us the Hitters for ner vousness , dyspepsia , rheumatism , malaria. Suit f ii' I > u m\ifra. The case of Charles A. Hoffman against Victor II. Coffman continue ! ) to drag Its rt-ny along through Judge IlopeweU'a court , where the plaintiff Is necking to recover lamagcs In the sum ot $5,214 from the , de fendant. In this case the plaintiff alleges that on Juno y , 18112. ho was driving along Douglas Jlreet , In the vicinity of Fifteenth , and was run Into by a hack from Iho Palace stublus , ivhlch at thu time ho avers were owned by the defendant. The plaintiff denied the : statements made In the petition and alleges hat nt the time of the , occurrence of the au- ; ldent ho was not the .owner of the hack , of the solubles. : ior wns he the owner Uowltt's Witch Hazel salve qures piles , lUyilen llroi. ' See what we nre doing In the wny of giving. All about | l on 5th pane.- _ _ "NI > | | C of flvo HUM or IMS imJi-r IliU head , llfty enUj cuch utMltloiul lute , tin vtmii * . AGE-John F. . nt hla residence , Twenty ninth ami Ames avenue , nt 6 v , ni.t April 3 , 1S9I. Funeral notice later. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. D&PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum. used in Millions of Hoineso Year's the Standard * Compelled to Quit. E are going out of the clothing business , and for that reason we arc compelled to force into cash all our goods now on hand , and that quickly , too , for our time * is limited. Into every every department in the store we have shoved the knife clear up to the hilt. A pair of pants for 60c. The icentive to do business in Omaha is not very great just now , for the expenditures far exceed the profits. But with us profit does not enter into the question , for we are quitting , no mat ter how great the loss maybe. Boys' $3 suits for $1.25. The stock must be forced out regardless of cost as to former value , and that we are doing it to the best of our ability is evident from the pleased expressions of the crowds in daily attendance. 3 extra good turkey red handkerchiefs for 5c. More than ten thousand handkerchiefs of every description , silk , initial and plain white linen , plain hemstitched. 3 big white linen handkerchiefs for lOc. Also in suspenders we have hundreds of designs in every variety of color. Those with wire buckles and the Wilson Bros' , make being the leaders. Wilson BrOS.and wire buckle suspenders lOc. It is easy to be convinced when once inside the store 1that we are selling clothing for less money than ever heard of before. Men's $6 50 gray suits for $3. To our out-of-town customers we wish testate state , while we fill all mail orders as long as the goods last , checks on Omaha banks or postoffice orders are requested , but we cannot use checks on your home or private banks , Men's $10 elegant sack suits for $5. We will gladly send goods C. O. D. by ezpress , subject to examination , requiring only enough cash down to pay expense of shipping. Our $25 suits , sacks and CUtaways - aways , none better made , go for $11. All over the store everything is cut to the core. If you can't come , send or write ; we are sure to please you with something. Clothincr Co. \ ClosmgOut 13th and Farnam. ClosinffOut When Barrio was scratching his name on one his earliest completed works , his wlfo exclaimed Impatiently : . "Oh , put your name larger. " Barrle replied with a look of triumph : "In twenty years from now men will look for that name with micro scopes. " We do not need to use large typo to sell this Library Table. At our prlco It will not bo long before the most powerful micro scopes will fall to delect one In our Htoro as our supply Is limited , and we can secure no more at this price. In fact many of our now goods have been bought under prlco , nnd cannot be duplica ted. Our line of Brass Beds , Chamber Sets , Dining Tables and Chairs Is now complete , Our prices the lowest. OHAS. SHIVER1GK & CO. , Temporary Location , I2O6-I208 DOUGLAS ST. , NEXTTOMIUjAKI ) 1IOTEI , . NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK. S. Depository , Omaha , CAPITAL 840O.OOO SURPLUS 855.5DD Officers nncl Directors : Henry W. Yntctt , pres dent : Jolin S. Collins , vlco president : J > 'IVH S Heed , Cashier. Win. H. S. lIugliuH , ua caauk'r. THE IRON BANK , Full Set Teeth $5 Reliable Work Always 4lb Floor , Brown block , 10th anil Douglas , Telephone 1773. Omuha , Nob. BIRNEY'S Gafarrh Powder Rolloveo Catarrh and Cold in tha JloaU Instantly by one application Cures Head Noloeo & . DEAFNESS. Cill or wrlu llus ! l.i ni Trnplr , ( Llfiito. "Mill treatment < > rHini | > li'fre < J Bold by aruk'cistti , OOc. _ MANHOOD RESTORED ' tlonot u famous Kronen physician , will quickly euro rim cif nil ner vous or dlsi-ascH o ( tuc t'cnurr.Uve iirpnni , uneli us J.ost Muiihooil , Insomnia , I'nliislu Iho llnok-.licinliiul Kmlsslnni , Nervous Ili'tilllty , laiplei , I'lilltnviis to ilurry , Kilmnstln , ; Drain * . Vnrlcocrlo aim Ccmxtlp.V.lon. . CUrilMONK cleanses llinllvcr.tho kidneys and the urinary I BEFORE AND AFTER orsaiwof all impurities. ( MIl'IDIINi : Btronpllieim nurt rontores small wnak orcnna , Tlm reason BunVrern are not c-tiroU by Doctors IH bocuumi ninety per cent arc tronbliiT with 1'roHtutltU. ( 'UrilKNK iHtlie. only known rolueJy toenrci without an operation. n.OOli tcx- tlmoulalH. A wrlltengu.'irniileoKlveii and money rftnrmri If Hlx IJOXC'H does not unVrt a per manent euro. $1.00 a box. HX | fur"i.ri > . by mall. Hnnil for circular and testimonials. Adrtrt-RB \VOI. . M l-iKINi : < JO. , P. O. Ilex WITH Sun Frandlfjco. Cil. Kor ale by Goodm.iv Dnur Co. . 1110 Farnam St. , Omaha ; Camp lirou. , Council lllulta , Iowa. MANHOOD . RESTORED ! : V,1K , , .nnilorliil ivn SIIKIXI. runu'ily " " to cure nil nervous nueiwii.sucli us Wrak Memory , l.osunf Uraln fuummecil ( , \ ' ! . s , I.OBtMonlioocl.NlKhtlr inil8sliim : ) , N'urvnuv nepft.all drain * nnillosft of power In ( iunoratlvuUrKnna of iMttiiT M > xfi > u > i'd 17 ( iTer cxprtlan , vaulhfiil error * , ciccs.'lvo use of tobacco , opium ur Ilin- _ umnt ; , whlcli Inoil to Inllrinltji Consumption or InstinllT. Can li currlcilln ' > t. HI porbox , tvrttn , hj nmll proiialil. WltliuS5 order wa rlltcn uiiaraitrn ( o cnronr rcfunil the money. Weld hr nil _ _ _ . . , Aifc furlltake no otln > r. Wrllo for free Mcdlrul llodk lent M'nlrcl Mi. In plain wrapper. AUarosaNEUVl NUKU C'UllasunlcTiiiiioOlllCAao. | | For sale In Oinalia. Neb. , by Hhtniiun & McCoiiucll and by Kulrn & Co. , DruegUta. "A BRIIGHT HOME MAKESAMERRY HEART. " JOY TRAVELS ALONG WITH SAPOLIO Ferdinand Westerner & Sons ST. JOSEPH , MO. * We are headc uarters for Fine Whiskies. yJU money. Are in our spring opening sale. . J. Not a pair , but every pair we have go in at lower prices than laces have ever been sold. We have too many fine laces and * propose to reduce the stock of Irish Points , Tambour , Brussels and Russian laces by making prices unheard of in this coun try. , f Odd curtains and odd pairs , at 50 per cent of value. Some cdd chenilles up to 72 inch wide for couch covers. i t China silks for fancy work at 50c yard. , ta. 1414-16-18 Doufflas Street