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AS TO SOUTH OMAHA'S ' CLASS Position of the Taxpayers League Passed Upon by tie Supreme Oourt. BUD LINDSEY LOSES A BIG ROLL Lincoln' * Colored 1'olltlclnn Conclude * III * I'.lectloii labors with a Olgiintlu .Ing nil lias 111 * Tuckets 1'lckcd of Kcveriil Hundred. LINCOLN , Nov. 9. ( Special. ) In the supreme premo court a decision In the case of South Omalm ct al. plaintiffs In error , against Taxpayers' League , et al. defendants , has teen handed down. The decision reverses the district court and a decree Is entered dismissing tlio action. Following Is the syl labus of the opinion , written by Judge Harrison risen : 1. Where It la sought by legislative enact ment to amend and repeal a former act , or nny section or sections thereof , there should be a compliance with requirements of the constitution In reference to amendment and repeal of luws. 2. The act Is entitled "An act to amend sections 1 and 2 of nn act entitled 'An act to incorporate cities of the llrst class hav ing1 less than 25,000 and more than SM ( ) In habitants , and regarding their duties , pow ers and government , ' known as chapter xv of the guneral laws of lisa , nnd passed nnd Approved March II , 1MO , " laws of Ihlll , p. 1C2-3 , not having compiled with the re- ciulrehient of the constitution contained In section 11 of article III , wherein It Is pro vided that "No law shall be amended unless the new act contains the section or wectlons BO amended , nnd the section or sections so amended shall be icpcalcd , " Is void and without effect. 3. Where the nets of a municipal corpora tion ore presumably without color of law. an action of Injunction may be maintained by a party showing u sulllclent Interest , and that Irreparable Injury will result to him through such nets , and this notwithstanding a decision of the Issue In the case may In- volvq a decision of the particular class to which the municipal corporation belongs. 4. Under the facts developed In thin case , held , that Injunction was the ptopcr rem edy. LINUSEY'S LOST ItOLL. A painful sequence to the election tumult that has agitated Lincoln for the past week was experienced last night by L. L. Llndsey. Llndsey Imtl been an active participant In the local campaign , his best energies having ben put forth In behalf of the Majors ticket. Hut last night , acting on his best judgment , he offered to bet freely on llolcoinb's success. At the Capital hotel he exhibited a roll of currency and checks , amounting to $500. He offered to place $100 even on llolcomb , but found no takers. Subsequently he drank freely with a number of companions. How many drinks he had lie does not remember. In fact , he says that very little of what oc curred after 10 o'clock Is Impressed on his memory. At all events , when lie awoke In the Shakespeare ealoon this morning al 3 o'clock , his roll was missing. Upon discov ering his loss , Llmlsey says , that It was his Impression some friend had taken It , who would return the same at an early hour In the day. Ho lias not , ns yet , found his money. H * says the worst part of it Is that $400 of the cash was stake money , held In trust for parties who had bet on the election. LINCOLN LITIGATION. In the district court today Mary Sturey , who sued the Hock Island Hallway company for $3,000 , received a verdict for $1U0.50. Mrs. Sturey complained that the company had destroyed the voluo of her lot by build ing a side track on the premises. Sarah Johnson Is In court asking for a decree of divorce from her husband , W. L. Johnson. The latter Is now a resident of Sioux City. Slio says she married William In Lincoln , April 10 , 1890 , and claims ho deserted her on Juno 30 , last , and has failed to support her ever 'since. . She also charges that ho has committed adultery with"nn unknown person in n brick block on Ninth street , between N and M , and that he Is a fugitive from justice , having been charged by the Clarkson Laundry company with em bezzlement. The Lincoln Normal university has begun sul ) . In forcible entry and detainer before Justice McCandlcss against John L. Steph ens , an ! the Normal Publishing company to eject them from the rooms they occupy In the normal college. Day by day goes by and still the much wanttd Vijn Scelver , alleged California em bezzler , remains In the hands of the su preme court. Sheriff Attblo of Los Angeles , who Is playing a waiting game because he Is compelled , lilts through town with an eyo' ' occasionally cast toward the setting sun and a nigh for the ornngs groves of the balmy region whence he came. It _ Is expect t- ed that the supreme court will hand down tn decision in the case tomorrow. Woman's field of usefulness widens con- itantly. All progressive women praise Dr. I'rlco's Ilaklng Powder. t qp JIlillM.l .V VltKKXK JH ! > Ull.l KG Kit. No Kvhleiicu that Ho Ilohltcil tlio Humor Stuto Hunk. DAKOTA CITY , Neb. , Nov. 9. ( Special Telegram. ) Herman Freeze , recently elected county attorney of Antclopo county , who was arrested October 16 , charged with em i- bezzlement and larceny resulting from find i1 ing about $1,100 In a well at Homer on prop erty occupied by Freeze while acting as ( cashier of the Hpmer State bank , which In stitution was robbed of ? 1GOO on the morn ing of October 31 , 1891 , was discharged upon his preliminary hearing today. The examination occupied two days. The money was Introduced In evidence , file- bills were In bad condition and will have to be redeemed by tlio government , mil the silver was badly tarnished. The money was Identified as that sent from Washington to the Northwestern National bank of Minneapolis seven days before the ' robb'ery nnd afterwards to the National bank of Sioux City , and from there to the Homer bank. C. J. O'Connor , present jwner of the Homer bank , expects to pay a talvage to the Under of the money and claim the same. Miitrlnionlitl AYniiiro of nu Aged Oonplu. VALLKY. Neb. , Nov. 9. ( Special. ) T. J. Slmonton nnd brldo arrived In the city last verting. Mr. Slmonton was married last week to a lady In Detroit , Mich. , and tlity have just returned from their eastern wedding dingtour. . The groom Is 74 years of age , while the happy brldo has experienced sixty- Bight beautiful springs. The happy couple will make their future home In Knox county , Nebraska. WJille on their way to Fremont Monday Charles Lyons and D. C. Lanham killed a lack rabbit which weighed fifteen pounds. This Is the first jack rabbit that has been killed In this vicinity , or even seen , for sev eral vears. Wank Harper of New Ponca , Old. , son of floVi K. E. Harper , formerly ot the Meth odist Kplscopal church of Valley , arrived in the city yesterday and will \lslt friends for i few days. Frank says Oklahoma fell in line und went republican. D , K. Ilrownson received a telegram Wednesday announcing the death of his mother at Yankton , S. 1) . Mr. and Mrs. Drownsan left that evening to attend the funeral. The Ladles' Aid society realized over $50 from Its dinner on election day. Ornftmi Nc .Note * . QHAFTON , Neb. , Nov. 9. ( Special. ) Mrs. Seorge Warren gave a party Monday evening In honor of Mr. 13. Warren , a cousin , visit- Inj * from Chicago. Music , dancing and pro gressive high-live were among the amuse- menU Indulged In. Mr. liradley of Harvard , the new II. & M. agent , m.n-ctl hero this v.oe' < , hla prede cessor , F. 1 * . Jackson , having been trans ferred to Grtelcy Center. I'll tat Ifcfttllt of u I'lllnlly Itmv. TiCl'MSEH. : Neb , Nov. 9.-SpeclaI ( Tele- gram. ) After Indulging in a family row to day , William Ktnnsliiiry , a laborer , aged about 40 yean ) , took n dose of laudanum with the Intent of Killing himself , lie was successful In his effoils nnd will be n corpse before mlilnlglit. He will leave a wife und five children. Walton lli' l Irneo Destroyed. WAHOO. Neb. N-n- . S-Spec'al ( Telo- tram ) The reMdenca of Joseph Manners was destroyed by flr this morning at 10 o'clock Loss1 , about $800 ; fully covered by Insurance. I'nptiirpil n hnrnU Thief. OUAND ISLAND , N"cb. ( Nov. 9. ( Special. ) While Mrs , W. II. Thompjon was boarding a street car a sneak thief , who gave his name as Jes Dell , followed her , and crowding between her and lion. W , II. Thompson , took her purse and attempted to get out. Mrs. Thompson grabbed htin and told him to hand over the stolen purse , but ho tore away and ran down the street. He was followed by at least 100 people and quickly dropped the purse. Rushing up a different street ho ran Intb a small store , and when his pur suers entered he stood calmly behind the stove. He was promptly arrested. It Is the boldest case of theft that ever was at tempted In this city. Miss Kcdzle. Instructor In the cooking school of the Kansas Slate Agricultural college - lego wrltis : "Dr. Price's flaking Powder Is my preference of all the powders In the market. My fifty-seven girls who come to my laboratory every day for class work en joy It. " X.0 UXVK.1t UX TN. Alblnl's London Empire Entertainers Is the attraction nt the Fifteenth Street theater for the coming week , commencing Sunday matinee. Hegardlng the performance the St. Louis Dispatch says : "Alblnl , 'The King of Cards,1 held court at the Standard yester day , surrounded by his courtiers and Jesters. Alblnl himself was the star of the perform ance. Ills tricks were as clever as of old. The egg trick , with which ho has defied detection and Imitation for years , set the audience yesterday fairly wild. The magi cian goes right Into the audience with a little green bag , and first there Is an egg In It and then there Isn't. It Is done with people , all about him , but how , Is a mystery. Albnl : Is said to sleep with that bag and numerous enterprising newspaper men have spent div ers and sundry dollars trying to get him drunk enough to get It away from him , but without success. " Among the other attractions on the bill are Nellie Magulro , character star , O'llrlen and lltickley and many others. The "Anti-Christ" Is the subject of Mr. Davenport's lecture In Exposition hall next Sunday night. The lecturer will endeavor to show that his appearing cannot be far off. Admission free. About Crunp. Croup Is n terror to young mothers. To post them concerning the first symptoms nnd treat ment Is the object of this Item. The first Indication of croup Is hoarseness. In a child who Is subject to croup It may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness Is n peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's cough remedy Is given ns soon ns the child becomes hoarse , or even after the rough cough has appeared It will prevent the attack. It has never been known to fall. HAYDI.N l.ltOlUKKS. Special 1'crfuinp , CloiH nnd Moat Siilo hHtiml.ij' . Saturday's bargains , Kirk's Juvenile soap , 13c cake ; the pmall size , -Ic cake ; quadruple extract violet , Jockey Club ; Arbutus , Hcllo- trops , 9c ounce ; bargains in LADIES' CLOAKS. Table No. 1 , cloaks $2.45 , worth $5.00 and $6.00 ; table No. 2 , cloaks $1.93 , worth $12.00 and $1G.OO ; table No. 3 , lot sample garments $7.95 .worth $15.00 to $20.00 ; large stock children's Grctchcn cloake , 1 to 16 years , new styles and prices. Men and boys' clothing. Men's overcoats , $5,50 , worth $10.00. Men's suits/$10CO , worth $20.00. Men's ulsters , $ G.0 , worth $10.00. Boys' $5.00 and $ C.OO suits , $3.25. In our basement meat market Saturday we ore KOii'B to sell sugar cured hams , 8 pounds up , for lO'/fcc ' ; California hams , 716c ; salt pork , 7c ; summer sausage , Sc ; pickled pork , 714o ; boneless ham , lOc ; bacon lOc ; and head cheese , 5c ; 3-pound cans lard , 30c ; 5-pound can , 49c ; 10-pound can , 9Sc. MEN'S HATS , 9SC. Men's stiff derby and fedora hats Satur day $2.00 quality , latest styles , 8Sc ; men's and boy's caps , 25c , worth 75c ; genuine Scotch caps , 25c. HAYDEN BHOTIIEnS. Chicken I Chickens ! ( hlvkcnsl Everybody , rich and poor , can have a chicken dinner Sunday. Olennood , Iowa. Hayden Bros,1 Fresh Meat Department : Shipped you this morning 5,000 choice dressed chickens. Will this bo enough ; answer quick. WILLIAM DOTEN. The above will assure all that we will have plenty and wo will sell them at 7 ! c a pound. HAYDEN BROS. Fresh Meat Department. E , L. COUQHLIN , Manager. ANNOUNCEMKNT.SHXTIt.VOHUINAKV. The Crcrtto ! t Milo IC\crlIe1cl nn Menta. Sugar cured No. 1 hams from 8 pounds up will be sold at lOVic ; California hams , 7c ; salt pork , 7c ; summer sausage , 8c ; pickled pork , 7V4c ; boneless ham , lOc ; bacon , lOc ; corned beef , 3' c ; pigs' feet , 5c ; bologna , liver sausage and head cheese , EC. THE 1JOTTOM OUT OF LAUD. 3-pound cans of the best lard , 30c ; 5-pound cans , 40cj 10-pound cans , 9Sc ; remember you should take advantage of this sale and save seine money. HAYDEN BROS. Opium habit and alcoholism treated. Years of experience. H. W. Hydo.M. D. , 407 Paxton block , Omaba , Neb. CITY IS WITHOUT A CLERK Action of the Oity Council Produces a Peculiar State of Affairs. ANOTHER APPOINTMENT rY.U3T BE MADE Allrgcct Agreement llrtwren Ilepnbllcnn nnil Democratic Members Fulls to Work Uos > li | ns to the Presidency of the Council After January I. Though It IB not a matter of general knowl edge , It Is nevertheless a fact that the city of Omaha Is at present without a city clerk , or at least there Is a question about It. This condition of affairs Is a result of the prolonged tquabblo between the political fac tions In the council wh.ch was connected with the appointment of John nvans to servo out the unexplred term of Mr. Wake- ley. ley.It It will be remembered that at the time when the death of the regularly elected city ofilclal left the office vacant Mr. Evans was appointed by the mayor to ( III the vacancy. This action was the result of a conference which was held In the mayor's office. At this time the democratic members agreed that If the republicans would vote to con firm the appointment of Mr. Evans for the remainder of the year they would assist In passing the ordinance providing for the filling of the vacancy by election. Mr. Evans was appointed by the mayor August 7 , the appointment reading "to servo until the next general election in No vember. " The confirmation was unanimous , In accordance with the preconcerted action , but when tno republicans attempted to pass the ordinance authorizing the mayor to In elude a clerk to fill the vacancy In the elec tion proclamation they found the solid demo cratic front massed against them. The dem ocrats clu med that when they promised to pass the ordinance It was with the under standing that no definite time was contem plated , and on this subterfuge they evaded their caucus obligation. After a good deal of controversy the re- mbllcans succeeded In passing another or- llnance , which was very similar to the one first Introduced. There was thin d ffercnce , however , that the ordinance provided that he elected candidate should take the office nn January 1 Instead of Immediately after ho election , as was contemplated when the appointment of Mr. Evans was made. Now that the election Is passed the term 'or ' which Mr. Evans was appointed has cx- Vred , and according to the new ordinance Mr. Hlgby cannot assume the duties of the olllce for nearly two months. In the mean time there Is a technically a vacancy in the olflce of city cleik. This will probably be Hied by another appointment by the mayor , ivltlch will be transmitted to the council next Tuesday night. There has been some effort to have Mr. Hlgby named as the ap- lolnteo for the Intervening two months on iccount of the act on of the democratic mem bers of the council In violating the caucus agreement. This will hardly be considered , however , and the probabilities are that the mayor will blmply reappolnt Mr. Evans for the additional period and that the appoint ment will be readily confirmed. THIS Ni.YT COUNCIL. U Will Contnlri Thirteen Itcpiihllcnit * mid Only llio DoniocritlK. Tlo ) next city council will consist of thir teen republicans and five democrats. Not a single democratic candidate succeeded In get ting a foothold this year and the councl will not contain enough members of that political faith to make a light on any Im portant measure. Owing to the enforced retirement of Ike afccall the First ward will be represented by two republican members , Peter Hack holding over with S. I. Gordon as his colleague. In the Second ward , which has had two democratic members during the year Just past. John Lemly will be , let alone with Anton Kmcnt , a republican , who succeeds Mr. Elsasser. In the Third ward McAndrews , democrat Is succeeded by Sol Prince , who has pro vlously served In the council and adds one to t the republican majority. In the Fourth ward the political com plexion of the delegation Is not changed Mr. Calm is the lone democrat , while Mr Hechel and F. B. Kennard will constitute the republican element. The republican representation from the Fifth ward will remain unchanged , Mr Saunders succeeding himself after a hart fight. In the Sixth Holmes holds over and Spech. Is succeeded by Charles L. Jaynes , who Is also a republican. The Seventh remains unchanged , Thomas succeeding himself and Howcll holding over for another year. Cadet Taylor succeeds Charley Brune from the Eighth ward and Burkley am Jacobsen hold over. Churchill Parker wa defeated by George Mercer In the Ninth am. the ward will bo represented by Mr. Merce and Mr. Edwards who holds over for aiiothe year. Although it Is still some time before th reorganization of the council there Is al ready considerable hustling for the honor o presiding over the deliberations of that bed during the coming year. It goes wlthou saying that the successor of Preslden Howell willis \ a republican , but his idcntlt Is as yet a matter of conjecture. Saunder and Edwards ' are both reported to be candi dates , and It Is intimated that Bechel woul accept the honor If It was handed to him Mr. Hechel has already held the ofllce fo several terms , however , nnd Is not makln any canvass for the position. If the republican members fall to unlto o a candidate the five democrats will undoubt edly hold the balance of power , and In retur for their votes they will be able , to dictate t a considerable extent In the make-up of th committees. The republican members , how ever , will make a determined effort to agre on a candidate In their own ranks , and they succeed In this his election will b merely a matter of form. Iol S itcH tn llo Niimril , Hero Is a golden opportunity for some of &J As the result of my tests , I find the ROYAL BAKING POWDER superior to all the others in every respect. It is entirely free from all adulteration and unwhole some impurity , and in baking it gives off a greater volume of leavening gas than any other powder. It is therefore not only the purest , but also tlie strongest powder with which I am acquainted. WALTER S. HAINES , M. D. , Prof of C/iemiilry , Rush Medical College , Consulting Chemist , Chicago Board of Health. All other baking powders are shown by analysis to contain alum , lime or ammonia. ROYAL UAKINQ POWDER CO. , 108 WAU ST. , NEW-YOrtK. ( ho ambitions statesmen' whoso aspirations have been summarily qufnchcd by the nvn- lancho of Tuesday. MM'OT llcmls has been called on to appoint flvr delegates to the South and West Trade , oongrens. which meets at New Orleans November 21 , 22 and 23 , and ten delegates to the Transmlsscmrl Commer cial congress , which convenes at St. Louis November 2G. Ttics * honors ate ready to bo distributed and anyone who covets any of the attendant glory him only to make him- sett known and he will frtcelvo an appoint * mcnt on one of these delegations. In view of the number of beaten horses which are eligible for entrance In the consolation race aspirants are requested to send. In their names at the earliest possible moment. A standard of excellence for forty years Dr. Price's IJaklng Powder has eclipsed all competitors. * WILL ASK FOIlMOKE MONEY. Itcnllli lionrd Urn u Deficit In Sight Unit IViiinlKps Tronlilo. There Is another deficiency In sight In the health fund. At least that was the gist of a report submitted by Commissioner Seville at a meeting of the board yesterday afternoon. Ur. Snvl.le stated that there was at present Just $1.G18 In the fund. This would be Insufficient to pay the regular run ning epenses of the board with the present force of Inspectors and to defray the cost of removing dead animals which has reached considerable proportions. The commissioner recommended that all of the Inspectors be retained until December 1 , and then that all four of the sanitary Inspectors be laid off for one month. On suggestion of Chief of Police Seavey no action was taken on the motion. It was deferred until the first meeting In December and In the mean time an effort will bo made to Induce the council to provide suinclcnt funds to pay for the hauling of dead animals which will leave the health fund sufficient to answer the- regular demands of the department. The American "Water Works company was granted permission to box up such of Iti mains as ore exposed , to prevent them from freezing. Mary Qoodclilld , one of the smallpox patients , was allowed $20 for bedding which had been destroyed by the orders of the commissioner of health. IN THE COUIITS. Mutters Which Am DuiimiKilni ; the Atten tion of tlmlgra iinit Jurlen. Dr. Ira Van Camp Is the defendant In a malpractice case brought by Anton Sorensen - son in Judge Keysor's court room. Sorcnson alleges that he was called at the time his wlfo was to be delivered of a child and that by careless manipulation , reckless disregard , etc. , the child was still born and the wife Is permanently Injured , being now canfined to her bed as the result of Improper med ical and surgical treatment. The amount asked for was originally ? 5.000 , but on this , a second trial , has been raised to $10.000. Dr. Van Camp lias filed a general denial to the accusations. The case wherein MJ L. Cohen sued Jo seph Garnenu , Jr. , on a promissory note was continued last evening In Judge Key sor's court. Uy agreement of both part ea the case was heard before a jury of six until the plaintiffs wore allowed to withdraw one of the jury. By agreement the ca.-s of James Cuslck against the Omaha Street Hallway company , In which he sues for $10,500 damages , has been dismissed , the plaintiff to bear the costs In the case. Hllzabetli Kuhlman Is the plaintiff In a cafee In Judge Ulair's court against the Capital Fire Insurance company for $500 Insurance on the American house on Douglas street , whlcli was destroyed by fire In April , 1803. The company holds that the loss was not total. OPEN TO WAGON TRAFFIC. Sixteenth Strict Viaduct Itop.ilra Almost The Sixteenth street viaduct Is now open again for wagon travel , nearly thirty days after the limit of the contract had expired. The , continuous delaj-s on the psrt of the contractor have postponed the completion ol the work In spite of. the efforts of the Board of Public works and of the councilmen - men from the ward to get the structure completed at the earliest possible date. The replanklng is now finished and teams are permitted to travel over the viaduct. The street cars are still running by way ol Thirteenth street , but n gang of men is at work putting down the tracks on the via duct , and the South Omaha line will be ob'e to go back to Its former route by the first of the week. The viaduct Is now de clared to be In a condition that will re main safe for several years , and as soon as the city engineer has made a final inspec tion the estimates will be acted on by the Board of Public Works , 1 ho lliiHt Clumcr. Dampen a piece of flannel with Chamber lain's pain balm , and bind It over the seat of pain. It Is better than any plaster. When the lungs are sore such an application on the chest and another on the back , be tween -the shoulder blades , will often prevent pneumonia. There Is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain In the side. A sore throat can nearly always be cured In one night by applying a flannel bandage damp ened with pain balm. OOIIM1T T1IIH TO MEJIOIIY PRICES CIOAKS.S1S.FURS. . . . Cor ISIb andi-arnamSfs , , , OMAHA 'vo BLOCK.uiiiniin A The Corner Cabinet for China Is not tn bo re curded as a nubstltuta for n regular cabinet , bu rather ns an accexsory to U It Is the best prac tlcal method for enriching nn unused corner o the room and lighting up Its darK recess with a glow of color. No one need hesitate about the expense. Her Is a new de ln no Imvo Just put on the Moor at aeiy low tlcure. You nould think nothing o paying ten times that sum for a small painting whereas this Cabinet will give > ou a meat cor ner of warm color In the room , more valuable a a decorative feature than any picture , The moulding * are very delicate und are turn carved , llemembrr that these corner cabinet take no rpuce that can be uied for cnythln elie. elie.Our Our show rooms are now filled with teautlfu trooU from the best factories In the country. Ghas. Shiverick& Go. MIULARD HOTEL BLOCK- WOMEN ALWAYS TIRED. M.S. Henry Ward Needier Says She Has Known But Half a Dozen Women Who Were Thoroughly Well. The Uniting of Domaitio Ta ks Ovardraius Their N rvoas Fcroo. "Among all my friends and the number of ny acquaintances has necessarily been rather urge , " says Mrs. Henry Ward Ileecher , "I an recall but half a dozen thoroughly well omen. " So many , In order to obtain the reputation f being good housewives , work from morning III night , cooking , sweep ng and overhaul- ng. ng."What would the house look like , " they sk , "It Icre not constantly looking after t ? " It uould certainly look a great deal more lomellko If the wife and the mother kept icr health and high spirits Instead of grow- ng old and careworn from the struggle vlth dust and the neglect of their t red , chlng nerves and pale , watery blood that ally becomes more and more badly nour- shed. it Is not the healthy weariness of muscle nd brain , so easily forgotten after a good night's sleep , but It Is the weariness that emaltts till morning and follows one through he day that should cause anvicty and a de- ilre for prompt relief. When the nerves and the blood have thus jecotno so badly nourished and the strength hus reduced food food appropr ate for bulld- ng up the nervous tissue and rest arc the ilaln and simple means , In fact , the only neans of restoring vigor and health. All lie material EO urgently needed by the milton - ton of exhausted nerve cells and by the bin , depleted blood are found In that rc- narknblo Invlgorotor , that food for the brain and nerves , Palns's celery compound. It nils the nervous nnd muscular tissues all over the body with the means of rapid growth , the blood ca ni new red corpuscles mil grows ruddy and capable of thoroughly feeding the body. The strength returns , ind headaches , dyspepsia , neuralgia and nerv ous debility disappear when the tone of the system has been thus raised and the body Tbundantly supplied ultli fresh , life-giving ilood. The very first week In which this perfect nerve fooil , Pa.ne's celery compound , Is con scientiously employed It w II declare its tonlo effect by the feeling of returning strength , a marked Increase n the appetite , IreetJom from pain and depiesslon. Palne's celery compound cures radically and permanently rhemuatl.ni , heart weak ness , diseases qf the liver and the kidneys , and encourages the excretory organs to ex- ; 'el whatever Impure humors there may be In the blood. This , s evident by the healthier , clearer condition of the skin that physicians say Invariably follows when they prescribe Palne'a celery compound , as they BO commonly do where the body needs build ing up and when the recovery is slow after acute diseases. Here Is the experience of Mrs. K. L. Wing of Putney , Vt. , told In her own word * : "I had hsen aflTcted with rheumatism and neuralgia for many' years. In a year and a half I have taken eight bottles of Palne's cslery compound nnd have not been so free from these troubles In fifteen years as I am now. I advise all who are afflicted In any way with rheumatism or neuralgia to use Palno's celery compound. "For the nerve and tlrod feeling I think It Is the best dose of ambition that I ever round. Before I had taken one bottle I felt almost like another person. Other medi cines have given me only temporary relief. But the compound has done me more permanent good than the doctors or any other medicine , and I can hardly feel grateful enough for the benefit that I have derived from its use. " "SfOtT TJRIED ALLEN'S ' LUNG BALSAM FOR THAT COUCH. It Is spoken of In the highest tormo as a safe and sure remedy. Try It. It will Cure your Cough as It has others. 25c. , GOc. , and SI.OO a bottle at druggists. STRAIGHTEN UP THE In the way they should go by using Shoulder Braces. Wo liavo thorn AT ALL PRICES The Aloe & . Pcnfolcl Co. , 1108 PAUNA.M ST ) THELION DRUG HOUSE ( in carry Clothitn all Grain. 1'ou vat in Pro- proportion on atlpuiclioHi.ttni , Suil > or O\tr coali , Cut to order/aultltiijll. Pants * 408 North 16th , Omaha. 8AILEY , Dentist , Paxton IMock , lOth and K.irn.'iiTi Painlon Extraction of Teeth-Painless Filling OFull Ml teeth 00. Sllvo nllliui * 1OJ. IMrj old * MU. liold Crowos . ( JJ pjr tuuth and at aclimciit. Telephone 1033. Ladj-Atlendant. liemuit Spakoa , USB OH. PAILBT'S TQOTU Wo need TWENTY or MORD origin * ! nnd striking Uealgni for Newspaper Advcrtlto * menu of SANTA CLAU5 SIM I' . The tnnuu- fncturcrk , The N. K. Fulrbank Comnnny , nu- thorite us to imy TUN DOLLARS BACH for npprovcil drawings with appropriate read ing ? or $5.00each fordonlgtmorrcndiiiff mnt- toronly. This offer is open tonll. Tlioeora- petition will close December 1. As soon ivs We IHisslblonflor Hint date wo will pay Tor accept * cd ilcslRtm and return the others. Ilomcmber , for complete , nccoplablo ndvertUtmonU we pay 1 jT EJ ig 1O Each Direction * . Multo drnwliifis with black ink on lienvy whtto paper , or curd hoard. Do the work In outline. Elaborate slirulltiR will not print well. Hpaeoln papers will lie four Indies rqtiaro. Drn\vtolnrgerscnlolf you prefer , but litivo design Sfiunro. The Idea IB most Impor tant. If tlmtlsgood wocan liavo 11 redrawn nnd Rt 111 glvo you credit. Avoid poetry. Get up nn nd. tlmtwotild make i/o buy thonrtlclc. Point * . Santn Clans In ft pure , hlRh-Krado Soap inndo for laundry nnd general house- IioliMtso afiivorltowlioro\orknown. Merits generous prnlse. Sold by ull grocers , wliolo- ( iiilo nnd retail. Do your best , and send results promptly. Address ( only ) N. W. AVER & SON , Newspaper Advertising ; Agents , PlllLADnLl'lllA. The new Crysanthemum pattern in solid silverware by Gorham is an auda ciously pretty design , We have it in all kinds of flat silverware. RAYMOND , 15th and Douglas , JEWELER. GET OUT OF THE RUT. ' * ? , & Many old fnm.urs will rccosnlro the nbovo ns n picture of a tried and trtt tricml , who wns iinvur found w.nitlntf In hN h ur of trltil Ills piosenro In btittlo was n gtmntnluo oni nl success. At tinny of nllllctocl Immunity ur'1 ' already recosnni \ ( n , trite frluiid In Lognn'j iursanarlllnaml Colery. A reinoily llml Ismmrantuoil tocuto and never fulls. Its ; n the houm Is a gimriinteo of tlioltoii.tli of the fiini ly. prisoned H Is compounded cm strictly business principles. Was not discovered by the nnclonU ) Ut Is nn up to date remedy und ulw.iys ctiri-s. , . , . , , The only remedy that purifies llio blood and acts directly upon the nerves .it ono nnd tin ' ' the strongest kind moro than verifies our statement. Wo blmply ask von to try Logini's Surstpaillln and LVIory follow directions closely , nnd If it does ; not do for you jiislwhiitlt Is ruprusi'titad I twill do , yon will got your money buiH This Ih fair Is it not ? Viliiii rnuiucuti you ask ? See recommendations nnd our aimrantoo. * 1,00 put bottk1 , or C bottles for J5.00. If your druggist cannot supply you , wrfto LOGAN'S SARSAPRILiA and CELERY CO. , OMAHA , WEB. CHEAPER THAN CANAL POWER - The OTTO Gasoline Engine will furnish you power at a cost of 50 to 40 percent less than the price proposed to be charged for power by the Canal Co. For particulars call on or address , The Otto Gas Eiigiiie Works , 321 S. 15th M. , OMA.-iA , NEB. WE CUBE ni'ir , Srrnnitni'H .1' ilrrnllturu .Sj//i/i/l/ . If you don't believe we can cure your case , come to our ufflce and pee IN tint we can do for ou. We are the only eppclallnta wh" will take our case fin tin-ill weekly pajments and fur- null all medicines free. Consultation frei > rnr- rospnndetvco solicited Cure guaranteed In CO to BO days Office open on Wednesday nnd Satuiday evenings , fiom 7 to 8. Office houm 0 30 a. m. to jo p. m. uiNHMuoit UIMIUY : co. , ZOO DotiKl.iii I'loolt. ' Om.ilin. Cor I ) idge and Ifith St . C1203 Masonic TVrncle. CliicnKO. OR. mcGREVV IKT1IK ll.Vt.r SPECIALIST WHO TilEATB/l.L PRIVATE D SEASES. Wi'nkneit Uriel keciet JisiidiiBor MEN ONLY Krcry euro i-ulrniiti : > C'd. ISO je r iKpcrlenco. 8 jreartt In Omaha. Hook Kri'O 14th lit Fiiriiuin Mi. , OMAHA , MII. Purely Vegetable , Prepared from the original fo mula , pri ervedln the Archives o ( the Holy Land , hav ngaa authentic hUtory Uatliijlao/ ( yearn. A POSITIVE CURE for all Stomach , Kidney and Bowel troubles , especially CHRONIC CONSTIPATION , Price 60 cents. BolJ by all drujglitB. be Franciscan Remedy Co. , tS VAN BDRKN BT , , CHICAGO , lit. ujuated Cilcadar. OHOCOLAT MKNIEK moans u cUocoluto and A Good Chocolate moans health in good noarlihmeati and delicacy la food . that Bitter Chocolate tuua.f ( yood/or baking only ) f Not 1 tnatcheap.swcfatchoc- * i elate , ( a druutiuletuff ) but A Vanilla I Chocolate. Try for breakfast a cup of Menier you will llko IU 15 MGNIOIJ , ; g Wubnali Ave. , CHICACIO. A For 30 days wq TOOTH will give atoooth BRUSH brush with each FREE. Physician's P RESORIPTION , Our Prices are Low. We are AOODRATE AND RELIABLE , The Aloe & Penfold Co. , 1408 FAIINAM STREET. THE LION DBUOHOUaiJ