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8 _ _ _ - - TIlE OMAHA DATT..IY nmJ : iWlIDDN ES DAY , JANUAUY 9 ! , 18m I I
' ! I' . CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
: . - President Ecwara : Names the Oommittees
for the Year ;
I
, MAYCR VETOES TilE WATER WORKS BILL
, -
t ; I Council Stnntl by hint nnd tIO ) l'nyment ot
, . thu . ' Iolloy I" l hung UI - The l > lo\emth
Street \'Inlluet the ubet
,
I 41 - ot 1)eu5Iun.
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At tie regular meeting last nIght the city
. council ot 1895 compleell Its organization and
began In earnest the huslneu of the year. The
fnt tranlacton wa the nnnual selection of
. seats , which was accomplished by lot. I was
L suggested that on account of Dechel's five
, terms of service In the body ho be allowed to
select his scat , but some of the democratic
members , who still retained vivid recollac-
tons of occurrences of the preceding meet-
lng objected amI the motion was withdrawn.
liechel's luck remained with him , however ,
and his Dame was the frt called. lie selected -
lected the same scat at the len of the front
row that he hall occuplell last 'ear. Kment
drew secant ! choice and took the desk at
lieclict's left. The other three seats In the
I front row went to Salliers , Ja'nes and Ken-
: nard. Gordon will occupy the Feat formerly
. graced by lascal , with howell nt his left.
I Irlnce and I.emly rontll out the opposite eml
; ot the semi-circle , and the remaining members -
} bers were dIsposed In the intervening space.
! NAM1l ) TI COMMiTTlES.
The business of the year will he conshlerEd
by the following committees , which were ap.
loilmted ) by President Edwards and unanimously -
. mously apllroved :
Juiilclary-I3aunders , Kennard , Gordon
I.'lnanccTaylor , Jaeohsen , Kennard.
Clalms-lolmes. Jaynes , Gordon.
Grades and Gradlng-Kment , Gordon ,
Thomas , Calm . howell.
Streets Alleys and' Boulevards-Gordon ,
Iment , Mercer.
l'olice-liurldey , Taylor Iment.
Publc Property and iluildings-Kennard ,
. Prince , Holmes.
lire and Water-Prince , DEchel , Jacobsen.
Gas mimi mectrlc Light-Jacobsen , Thomas ,
Deehel.
, Holmes. SLdewahlcs . and Bridges-Mercer , Irlnce.
l'rinting-Baclc , Taylor , Lemly.
l la\lng. CurbIng and Guttorlng.-Jaynes ,
Saunders , Jacobsen.
I Viaducts and Itailways-Ilecliel , Jaynes ,
. Saunders. ,
Telegraph and Telephone Lines-Lemley ,
Dechel , Dack.
Plats amI Additons-Howel. Back , Calm.
Hules-Cahn. Lemly Howell.
Councilmen Taylor , Deehel , howell . Jaynes
nnd Kennard were named lS I special comm -
m ttee to consider the mayor's message , and
.
'
Frank Planele
was
appointed sergeant-at-
arms.
.
MAYOR AND IllS VETO.
The mayor transmited the following veto :
"To the honorable the City Council of the
City of Omaha-Gentlemeim : I have the ( honor
j to Inform you that I have vetoed an item 'In
the last
appropriation ordlnanco under
I voucher No. 10,338. .helng the bill of the
I American Water Worlls cOllmny for the las
- , I six months of 189t , nmountnl to U2.t62.04.
I have vetoed this lem for the reason that
, the city Is not receIving the fire protecton
require to bo furnished by this company
I under Its contract. It ts not necessary to go
. Into details 01 this point , as the mater was
y. , investigated by I commitee of the council.
which reported on December 3 , last , that
. the fro protection supplied by the water company -
pany was Inadelluate. . As this company Is
: under contract to- furnish ample pro-
j . tecton I believe It , IS the duty of the
- mayor and council to' protect- the Interests of
. the taxpayers by deducting from the water
m ' company's bill tIre amount which the city Is
: required to expend In order to supply the pro-
.f - tecton which the comp:1I' : should furnish.
. . "Up to thIs tmo the ciy has been com-
. pellet to purchase three new fire ' engines , and
: . the cost of the engines , together with their
: , maintenance and that of the one old engine ,
, . up to the frEt of the present year , has been
, ' $30,556.20. TJI cost of mllntalnlng the four
: engInes now In service wilt bo at least $15.-
. , 000 Iler annum , and It additional engines are
; purchase the cost will bo proportonately
. grlater.
" 1 thereoro remmend that the amount
already expended by tire ' city $30.556.20. bo t
deducted from tire amount claimed by thc tt t
water comllany , leaving a balance of $11- .
, . 90.84. whIch J recommend be at once paid
- to the water company.
. : _ 'I furt _ . 1rer . eomulel d , that ! h,1 expense o ! ,
' , ' ' mUl'lllng ulese cnlles anu UIO COSt anu
, , malntonanee of any additional engines be deducted -
ducted from 'futuro bills of this company. te-
SUSTAINED TiE 1 A YOR.
Jacobsen opposed the veto on time ground
that the water works wns In the hands of
I' : . tim United States court and that , to refuse to
pay any part or time bill was to Incur the
displeasure of Judge Du 11 y.
.
; 10wel said that the city attorney had pre-
\Iously decided that the water wQrks corn-
, pany had lived UII to the terms of its con-
i tract and lint ( the city llll nO legal recourse -
, ; - course against it. Consequently It would
, , De useless tu contest the hill. In this con.
necton Mr. Connel staled that since he
had given that opinion several large fires
- had occurred , at which It hind been dem-
tem-
onstrated that the water supply was nol
4 , stilflcietit. lie thought It would be very poor
: policy to pay Limo bill frst and then InY'sl-
; gate its merits afterwards.
t Prince declared that It was useless to try
to compel the water works company to furnish -
.v , irish a sufcient lresSuro"Cor fro protection.
; A ThIs could only bo obtalnol through the Iur-
. chase of nllltonal fro eigirmes ,
City Engineer Hosewater said that It
' , made no difference whether time watEr coin-
pony wal lu the hands of a court or not.
: They hall contracted to furnish a certain
. service to the city and the courts would compel -
. . pet them to give that ser\lee. There were
places In the city where a single englno
: would consume all the water that could be
obtained ae the maln8 were not large enough
' to carry a larger supply.
Calm agreed with the city attorney that
; ; , the city might better be a defendant than a
j , ? ' plaintf In court , ant thought that Iome re-
; elueton shoull be made In I the bill. On roll
: cal the veto was sustained.
y . , E.IJ N'rl STREET ADUCT.
. The ml'OI' uIo presented a cOllunlcaton
. . directing Itenton to tim unsatisfactory cart-
, tlton of the elo\'atorl II the city hal , I
' was referred to the committee on bultlngs
? . and ploporty anti lie ( blllln ! ; iiispector.
Time aUlual reports of the city electrIcian ,
. . gas Inspector city clerk , poundlaster and
' other olcllll wlro received and referred to
r i. . thD cenmptrulier.
, , ; ir , S. G. Ernst was appointed a city weigher.
, 'rho cont'let and bond of T. Ii. Mahoney
L ' ' for grading 'wenly.elxth strEet frol hitch.
cry street to the nDrlh line of tax lot 8 was
' : ; approved .
: . The DecElber street sweeping estimate
T . was passed I alounts to $8H .C3.
'fhe amellet statement of reserves due
time Barber Asphalt ' cOII'"n ' ) ' was referred
. to the finance eornmmiittee . -
1 A batch of master 111umhers were granted
. , licenses. .
: A volition from Ernest Stuh and others
; . related lint ( during time past three years they
iran PellonCI tl ( have the meventh btrcet
. . : , 'Iallucl repaired , but without suceeu. They
. held that the ( structure was perfectly safe I
the pa\'cment was repaired arid that the
. street railway was bound 10 maIntain the
Ilayoment , Stuh opined ( lint unless some-
. thing was noire II a hurry he woull have to
; go Into court anti ask for damages to his
property , resulting from the cleslng of the (
. vIaduct. The petition was referred to the
. committee on vizuhucts and ralw3)s all the
)
. city atoru y. City nglneer I Hosewater
, stited that one of time trudSI'S was liable to
'
b broken at any tmo 1111 that I was Ilosl-
, . th'eh' unsafe to Ilow any tralc on this
structure \
.
' ,1 The only way 10 cure catarlh Is I to purify
the blood. Hood's Saraaparilia purifies the
SalallulpurIfes
'j. blood and tones UII the whole system.
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Eiiipoivorett tu Act.
The membel ot the Interstate Illlro\c-
merit ( ' 01P:1Y : met at the Millard hotel
last night and Iected J. M. urleel , W. A.
t PaXtCrm . Cloy C. imartun. John A. CrIghton ,
John . A , McShane , I' . J. Iurbach und Cut.
. fUI.t W. Smith IS llrecoil for the ensuing
) 'ear , Immedlatel afterwards the follow.
mug oleeld wel't elected ; I'rideiit . Colow-
1 > /\\1 : vlci III clidenl , Guy C. Dartolj ;
. ,
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t renrnmrer J. E. Markel : secretary , Clifford
Rrerl . . Inrkel secretnr Clrorcl
" . SmUn. . 1'ttxto
. I l'lxton , Jnrk 1 nnd
Inrbneh were appointed as members of nn
ig xcut\'e committee and empowered to ne-
gotate for the construction of ii. theater
huldlng 01 the vacant lot at the corner oC
1 ifteentli ant homey . 8trees.
Obruclun In A Or'at ilaripor.
Are Ics easily removed than obstructions of
the bowels are by hiostetter's Stomach 1t-
t ers , Infinitely tor ' effectual than violent
purgatves , anti which never gripes con-
\ule and weakens ns they do. The hitters
also remove malarial and rheumatc cam-
Illalnts , biliousness , sick headache , nervous
ness anti dypepsla. Give this deserving
remety a fair trial and expect the bet and
most complete results.
. ,
BROKE THE DEADLOCK
At time UOlrl nt llncatnn Meeting , \ltn
" 'ln lu R Canter.
The deadlock over the election or the president -
dent of the hoard of Edueaton was broken
last l night and now Colonel n. C. Aikin holts ' ,
down the chair for that nlgust body.
The meeting was scheduled for 8:30 : , anti nt
that lime the faIthful who had stood by Aikin
solIdly Monday night arrived frill of hope , as
they were confident that their chamillon wouM
pull out a winner after a very few ballots.
None of the opposition . howe\er , were In
sight , hut the meeting could not be called
to order on account of the lack of a quorum
Nearly an hour later they came In In a body ,
anti It then developell that they had been In
caucus for al iiommr They had come to the
conclusion that It would rio no good to buck
any longer , and consequenty , when Tel'
porary Chairman I.unt calcll the meeting to !
order , Thomas moved that the secretary be' '
Instructed 10 cast the entire vote ot the board
for Aikin. On taking the chair President
Aikin stated that Il would attempt to satia-
faetorl ) ' fill the position , upon whIch the eyes
or the treaDle of this city would be turned
more this year than ever before.
A recess was taken for ten minutes
to permit canvassing for candidates
for the vice presidency . at the
curl of which time Mr. Tulley moved
that the secretary bo instructed to cast the
Vote of the board for J. L. Pearson The 10'
ton was unanhnously adopted.
The chairman then nnlounced the makeUI
of the commitees for the coming year , as
folows :
I.'lnanee-Durgess , Thomas , Anderson ,
Tuley , I.unt
JIllclary-J.unt. Tholas , Dmiryea.
Klndergarten-'ruke ) ' . Knotel , Itimoades.
Teachers and Exarninattons-ltlroades , Kno- '
del , Tirkoy . Anderson , Cramblet. ,
Supplies-Lowe , Johnson , Knodel , Dand- '
hauer Burgess.
Ulltings and Property-Pearson , Anderson , I
flhioaderm Lowe , Johnson.
hloundariea-Joimmmsoii . Pearson Edwards. I
Salarles-rmblet , Tholas , nandhauer. I
Rules Forms and Printing-Edwards , Dur-
yea Tukey
Special Instructlon-Driryea , Lowe , Pearson ,
l3rirgess , Johnson.
hIgh School-Thomas. Edwards , Dand-
hauer , Burgess Cramblet.
heat and Ventilation-Bandhauer , Lunt ,
Edwards.
Text Books and Course of Sluly-Knotel ,
Lunt Duryea , Burgess , Lowe , Cramblet.
Claims ant Autliting-Anderson , Hhoades ,
l'earsomi
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After adoptIng the rules of IS9t as amended
the regular order of business was proceeded , .
wit ii .
The secretary staled that as Max Meyer &
Co. , who ha\O hail the contract for cleaning
anti winding the clock of the 11gh Echool
building , have gone out of bnslness , the clock ,
hall not been wouml arid would run down In
a couple of da's. ant matter was referred
to the superlntcmlent of buildings with instructions - '
structons will power to act.
On motion of Hhoates the commitee on
claims was Instructed to report favorably on
the salary of the attorney for Deceinber. The
report was mate ant adopled The amount
was U1.66.
A commullcaton from Lincoln asking the
board to make suggestions regarding amend-
ments to the present laws governing schools
anti boards of educations was referred to the
attorney. _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ .
'euchlll for tire 1laalll tIarsiirri.
ALBUQUERQUE , N. M. . Jan. 8.-For
twenty-four hours a posse has been out
scouring the country for miles around In the
hop of finding some clew to the missing :
town marshal , William Dowers , who was at
first thought to have been murdered . Beyond
the that he called ' '
discovery calE at 'Sampson's
cattle ranch , twenty mie ; westward , Janu.
ary 1. securing a horse and saddle , Mr.
Sampson thinking that be was after a prls.
ormer and that he rote off In the direction of
the San Juan country In Colorado , no trace
of the missing mal has been found. I Is
thought alit he Is a deserter from the regu.
lar army. Ex-Sherl Yrlssorrl reported that
Bowers was short on Icens3 collections about :
$ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
Coull : Not Agree.
When the jury In the Evans case fetl
Into i federal court yesterday , afler a siege
In I the jury room slnco Saturday noon Judge
Dunty asked the foreman whethel' or not
a verdict hud been reached.
reachet.
"No your honor , " responted the tore-
man.
"On what points are you unable to agree ? "
asked the judge.
"On two straight ' points , " was the reply ,
"as to whether Ire prl60lel' was guilty or
not guilty . "
Tire judge promptly discharged the jurr-
men.
men.I Is salll the ballot stood G . for conviction
and t for acquittal - from - start to linisli.
811.ldo ot butt Master floveremi.
BROOKLYN . , Jan. 8.-Thomas R. Dever-
oil . the welt known musician and band inns-
tar , ' committed ' suicIde here In a lodging
house hy turing on the gas. lie was 1mph-
cated In tire Columbian . celebration frauds
uI.J,1 T1IF.fl : .voiiic.isi ' .
Fair null \'nr0er for Nebraska with
Inutu'rly % Vlrrdii. .
WAShINGTON , Jan. S.-The forecast for
Wednesday Is :
For Nebraska , Kllsas anti Colorado-
Fair : warmer : southerly winds.
For MIssouri-Fair : warmer In the north-
western portion : wInds becoming southerly
For lowa-F'itir ; wlnner : southerly winds.
For South Iakota-Fatr : colder In the
westErn porton : Eutwrly winds
I.ocal itecorit
OFFICE OF TIlE \VEATILER BUREAU ,
OMAHA , Jan. 8.- Omuhl record of temper- I
recorc
attire alI ruinfitii . comparell wih time corre-
slloldlnl dlY of the past four years :
l 15. ' 1(91. 1893. 1592.
Maximum temperature . . O 28 43 182.
Minimum temperature . . --6 - -2 10 9
Average temllel\re. . . . 7 13 26 12
Irlcllllllon . . . . . . . . .0 .0 .0 .0
Condltou of temllraI1'0 Intl Ilreclplnton
at Omuhu for the ( day nnd since March 1.
1891 I :
Normal telllCrature . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Detcllney fOI' the da.1
Normnl prechlllton . . . . . . . . . . . . 02 Inch
Ictclency for tire day . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inl'h
Total prechlltuton Since lllrch 1 16.07 Inches
Delclenc ) ' since Murch 1. . . . . . 15.81 Incites
- Ih'llrlS trml Other btrition . itt - 1 1' . :1. :
, 0 ' I :
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IT.TIOS : ' C 5 : 0 F hun or
g ' _ '
: 3' - W 1.1'1 II.
; ' g
. .7 .
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Olahn. . . . . " . . . 10 :0 .00 Cicar - - . -
Cear.
Norlh Ilale" . . . 11 38 . .00 ( Clear.
Vaieiiljirt , . . . . ; . . :0 :8. .VU ( it'ar.
Chlealo . . . . . , . . ill 18 .IU Cioudy .
St. Lulla. . . , , . . , io tj2 .I . : CtOIJy. .
St. i'atu . . . . . . . . : 4 12 .00 Clear
Uavl'nporl. . . . . . 11 10 Iti ) Cicar
Rairsats . City. , . . . , , 18 'O . ni ' ' .
) aI8.Lt CI/ . . .00 ( 'iear.
Denver. . . . . . . . . . . . : H 10 .01) ) CI11' ' .
situ Lake CII y.3' t _ ' .111) ) Clomidi. ,
' CI1" :2 :2 .IU Clolh'
llllllhICI1. . . . . . . 41 H .00 l'irt . 0lly. .
, cl\.wl. . . . . . . . . : ! 10 : .ttI ( ( la rl.i ' . \lly.
Iiisriiameii..8 IG .UO l'arcioiitt ' .
11. Vincent . , . . . oi I 0 .011 I : cOl\ .
Chc'enno. . . . . .
) . . . . ' . 20 : 41 .00 CloiiJy .
Miles ! . . . City. . . . . . . . . 1:0 .OU ( I body .
O\.e.lon. . . . . . 4" 61 T. 1etr.
o litiow .
lolow cr.
"l' " hulc lcllraeo of 11'.IIlalon.
1. . A. wJr.sI. Obser\.e .
BOSTON STORE 59G 5 SHOE SALE
Thirteen ThoUBana Laaes ! Warm Linea
Plush , Felt , Velvet ana Leather B1ippcr.
WORTH UP TO $2.00 , rCR 59C A PAIR
SO litany Slippers-at Such IIh Orne'e-
At Such A Little Jilt ot R l'r/co /
" 'oro Never rlnccc on
/alo Before.
C9C PAIR TOMOIUtOV--59C. .
In order that you may pick them out
quickly we have placed long rows .of tables
the whole length of our store In the shoe department -
partment on the main floor and In tIre base-
inent . foor
There are 13,000 pairs , all at C90 pair.
1,20 paIrs ladies' $1.50 velvet and plush
haml 59e. turned slippers , chenille embroidered ,
900 ladles' beautful fur lined , plush
trimn1etl . real beaver slippers , worth $2.00 ,
go at 69c ?
500 lathes real beaver Prlneo Albert slip-
pars best elastic goring at the side , worth
$2.00. at SUe
1,200 ladles' fine heaver felt shippers , plush
trlmmell , canar fleece lured , worth $ l50 , [ ge.
800 ladles' fine dongola slIppers . warm lined ,
Illush trlnirnirrg worth $ l O. go at flUe
900 ladles' Imported beaver slippers . leather
foxed , velvet piping SUe , worth $1.50.
Ant thousands of other beautifully made
nice warm winter slippers which cost regu-
Inrly all the way from $1.00 to $2,00 I pair
nt the uniform price of 59c.
Hemcmber these are not odtls or culls , but
otts
brand new , fresh , desirable slippers . In sold
ease lots , never opened before They vj re
In our store ant eli made UII within the last
sixty days.
They arc the enUre output of n slipper factory -
tory which shipped the goods to an Omaha
wholesale shoe house after the holilays In-
stead of sixty days before , and were sold to
us nt our own Ilrlce.
In addition to thee slippers wo place on
sale the most wonlerful , bargains In ladles'
ant men's amid chuidrcmr's shoes yeti over saw
or heard tel ot.
We sell men's ant ladles' sure enough $3.00
shoes for $1.50.
Men's and ladles' real $ [ .00 and $6.00 buton ,
lace and congress shoes . , the latest newst
styles , at $3.00 a irnir .
Misses' and ciillthren's shoes nt flOe , dOe ,
S5c , $1.00 ant $ l O , worth BOSTON lots more STORE
. N. W. Cor. . 16th and Douglas. .
The State Relict commission have estab-
lshE headquarters at 109 FrenzEr block ,
where all contributions of provisions and
clothing should be sent , Instead of 407 Drown
block as heretofore All correspondence
should be addressed to me at 407 Drown
block \V. N. NASON , President.
.
Detel Institute of Blair , Neb. , Is the best
and only guaranteed cure of the lIquor , mor-
phlno and tobacco habit
.
OM.\I. A1) CIIOAOO FAST XnESS.
Take the Chh'nrn , : \lwlllce & St. l'nnl Ity .
For Chicago and all points east. Vestbuled
sleeper leaves the Union Pacific depot ,
Ornaima nt 6 p. m. , daily , reach.
Ing Chicago at 9 a. m. . the following day ,
In ample tme for alt easter connections.
Supper and breakfast served In dining cars
a la carte. Passengers for Freeport , Rockford ,
Elgnand alt point In Wisconsin can , by tal-
Ing this train reach their destInation twelve
hours In advance of all other lines. Baggage
checked through from your residence to des-
tiiiatiou. For tickets and further Informa-
ton apply to
C. S. CARmER. City Tkt. Agt.
G. D. HAYNES , City Pass. Agt.
F. A. NASH , Gen Agt. , 150t Farnam St.
o
TII DiRECT : OUTIEUN ItOUTII
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\fa the Rock Ilitnd-ShiortcsL LIe anti
'usteat Tune.
To aU points In Kansas Oklahoma Indian
Territory , Texas and e ! ! points In southern
California. Only one night out to all points
In Texas. Tire "Texas Limited" leaves Omaha
nt 6:15 : a. m. daily except Sunday , landing
passenger : at all points In Texas 12 hours In
advance of all other lines. Through tourist
cars via Ft. Worth and EI Paso to Los An-
geles For full particulars. maps , folders ,
etc. , eaU at or address Rock Island ticket
attress tcket
office . 1602 Farnam St.
CIIAS. KENNEDY . G. N. W. P. A.
flAlt'EST J XCUISJuJS SOUTiI .
Vln the Wubash nuHroa .
Our next excursIon will leave Omaha Jan-
I nary ! [ . at 4 p. m. For tickets ant further :
mnorrnation or a copy of the Southern lome-
seelers' guide cal at the new Wabash office .
HIl I aram street or write G. N. Clayton ,
N. W. P. agent. _ _ I _ _ _ _
Ilaci' hula Gold anti buyer Output.
SIOUX FALLS , Jan. -Speclal.-The ( )
output of goll and silver from tire mInes
of the Black His In 1893 Is : follows : Gold ,
221.676,858 ounces , with a coinage value of
$4,119,083.27 : silver . 137,915.20 ounces , with a
coinage value of $96.5tO.6t. Tire output for
189t Is placed by conservative mining men
at : Gold 443,351,710 ounces : coinage "alue ,
$8.238.166.5t. Sliver , 172,39t ounces : coinage
value . $120,67.80.
hOME OR GOLD . SEEKERS' EXCURSION
January 15. 1895.
One fare for round trip to tire Black Thus
via F . E. & lt V. R. R. : limit Dacll oJ tickets
20 days. J. R. BUCHANAN .
General passenger . agent , Omairtm Nab
Time lurlngton Route i'ersomrmrlly Concuclcll ,
.
I xcuralnla. i
T California leave Omaha every Thursday
morning.
Through to San Francisco and Los Angeles
without change
Cheapest ant best way of reaching any
point tn Colorado uah 0.Calornia. .
Tickets ann ! advertsing matter at 132t Far-
nam slree . M. J. BOWLING ,
- City . Passenger Agent.
MR3. NOrSON STILL ALtVE
Prot. JJlrbln COUes Into I'ossc&ion ot a
ietter Cuul'ernll ! the Mistier .
Ever since tire failure 10 fnd the bodies
ot Mrs. Ida , H. Notson amid her two chidren
In the river there has been a growing opinion
that ( she has nQt Icled herself at all . A
number of clews have ben fruitlessly followed ,
but yesterday I'rof Marble , erirperirstenti-
cut of the schools. who las aU along contended .
tended that Idra Nelson was alive , received
a lettmr which mrmay turn out to be tie correct
cue . Tire letter was sellt 10 him In , 'onfl-
deuce , al ! he therefor declines to matte !
publc the ( author or its contents. This much ! .
however , has been aseertallEd , that It wa
written by a man located In one of the towus
which has alrEllly been lenloell In corn-
neeton with Mrs. Nqtson's wiitreabouts Tire
wrIter stated that ho Ihoughl that he was
In possession of Informaton which might I :
p08slbh' rEsult In the discover of tire mlS5111 !
\vominniti . lie asked for cerlaln details by
which he coull identify her , amid further
whether or 10t there WIS a reward offeretl
to th ( IJrOn who might bo Instrumenlal In
restoring her to liar parents , and iso ( amount
of that rewanl Prof. Marhll secure , frlm
Chief Seave the Informatoll relative to tro
) tle
toward. lIe said that he Iran written to his
Informant and hoped to learn something
delnle of Mrs. Notson wihin the next few
clays , but he Jf very loncolnml181 about the
mater ant declines to gIve any direct In-
formation , to the PtibitC . .
" 'nlt thl Hu'crIUelt i In I 1'11 it a Unll. I I
SAN PHAISlO. Jan S.-The question
oC the federal government assuming control
of time eluurlntnt affairs of this port has
been brought to the attention oC the eham.
bet of Comnlrce , lerchantl exchange and :
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Highest all in Leavening : Power.- Latest U. S. Gor't Report
pYa1
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lanll jury . Aiitm these holes favor such
transfer , which ) -"ull , effect nn nnnlal
saving to the city amI state of .O nnll
woul ensure hter and more expeditiotma
eXllelltous
work. Ofcials otlt Iarlne hospital ! er-
iCe BtatNI that the' federal /overment Is
wiing to take charge oC quarantine mat-
hnrle
tars , but the first 'movo must come from
the governor or hegiiature . .
IT'S NOW ChAIRMAN WILLIAMS
hoard of County : Oohinstsinncr8 Icurgnnbo
lt ' 1 Jt mime luVf.
Yesterday afternoon the Board of County
commissioners mel to reorganize . anti fully
accomplished theIr purpose. There was a
larger crowd of ! spectators present than
usually attends the meetings , this being cc-
easloned by the expectation that there woull
be some fun to witness , but the lobby was
disappointed , nR the whole proceedings passed
very smothl ) ' .
The frt pleeD ot business that came up
was the election of I clnairman City Clerk
Sacllett occupied the chair anti when he called
for nominatons e".Chalrmnn Stenberg arose
and nominated CoirinrisslonerVilliarna In a
neat speech. No other nominaton was lade
anti on the cal ot time roil CommIssioner
Williams was unanhuously elected. lie took
the chair and mate a few remarlls , In whIch
he expressed his nppreclaton of the honor
pal hIm.
Chairman Wiiams nnnouneetl that the
committees of the board wonld be composed
as folows :
I lnanecStenherg. Jenkimna . Livesoy
Judlelary-l'addock , Livesey Jemikins
Court House and Jail-Jeirklnms , lallocle ,
Stenberg. .
Clinrities-Jenklns . Stenberg Palldoele.
Itonds-Livesey , Paddocle .
noads-I.I\se ) , Stenberg.
Irltges-Llvesey. Stenberg , Jenkins.
100r I'arm-Stenherg , , Jenkins , Livesey.
Conistrrrctioni-l'addock and the'board.
When the member of the SoMlers' itellef
Helef
commission canto II ) for electon It np-
pearell for I time ns If thO eXIectet Exclte
ment would rmiateriallze. Three candidates
were presented , \V. Ii. Ilatner , Thomas S.
litril and Wilam Asquitir Each or the commissioners -
missioners made a speech for his fa\orle.
When the ballot was taken , howevr , Asquith
was elected , recel\lng three votes , to two
for hIrrIl.
Hul.
A report from the Soldiers' Relief commission -
ion for the past year was reat , ThEre have
been 18 famiies cared for , which was an
Increast of thlrt-two over the preceding
year. Tire expense was ,2G9.31. Sixteen
old soldiers , five soldiers' wives and two
minor chidren were buried . Twent.one
soldiers were sent to the soldiers' homes at
Grand Island all Leavenworth. The expense
for physicIans' servIces was $6670 : for
drugs , $395.62 : undertakers' services , $510 :
Interments , $118 ; coal , $1,011.65 : provisions
and Incldentnl expenses , $2,471.24. The re-
Inert stated that only one-half of the levy
had been expentell , the first tme that such
a thing had hap\enell at this tme of the
year since the Insttuton of the commission.
The comlission had attempted to persuade
as many old soldiers as It could to go to the
hohle , but I Is overcrowded and but few
could be .
more accommodate.
The finance commitee , the chairman of
which was Mr. Stenberg , failed to Iresent the
estmate for the expenses for the coming
year. Some of tire commissioners stated
that tire board must make this ( estiniate .
this being the first meeting of the board , as
the law so pro\lte. Stcnberg made a motion
that the board go Into eommltce of the
whole tC consider this , which was done. On
reconvening , after a recess of thirty minutes -
utes , the folowing cstmate Was submItted
anti approved : General tumid . $250.000 : road
fund , $60,000 : bridge 'funq ' , $30,000 : sinking
fund , $60,000 : soldlcrs' relief fund , $9.000 :
total , 409000.
A number of bonds were approved , Includ-
lug that of County Attorney Dallrldgc and
COl missioner Stenherg.
Appletonsfor , the position of county agent
were reeeh'ei from J. -V. 'Kincaed and J. C.
Isli. A petition was received from the
Knights of Labor Intorslng Fred Dusbe for
thO 110sltCon.
A communicatIon was read train the Typo
.
graphical union .protestng' against the acceptance -
ceptance of tie bid put In by' the South
OnraIra Printingconnpamry for tire
Omall Printng 'company county
printing for the ensuing year.
Ed Cone was appointed constable for West
Side precinct t to tl the unexpire term of
the former ofllciai.
The chairman was Instructed to sIgn the
papers ) admitting Edgar Whllesltes to the
SoldIers' home.
A report was read from County Judge
Baxter , showing that fees for the year , less
tine expense of the omce . amounting to
$2,417.18 , had been turnet over to the clerk.
A number of bills anti the appropriation
sheet for December were passed.
A resolutIon to publish notices In the German -
man Tribune was laid over
The old rules were adopted for the comlO ;
yn . .
year.A resolution was Introduced that the board
sit as a committee of time whole to rrtriicl
petit jurors. On motion of Stenherg , however -
ever , a recess was taken to next Saturday
afternoon , and the mater was laid over un-
tit that time. .
Shuioht's Cure Is sold on a guarantee. I
cures IncipIent consumption. I Is the ( best
cugh cure. Only one cent a dose : 25c , SOt
ald ; t.0O. Sold by Goodman Drug Co.
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I'JfIt:4v-.fL : 11 It.I GIL ! I'IIhT.
Charles Jewel , St. Joe , M' ' " , Is stopping at t
the Barker.
P. Ilrltpatrlcll Is registered at time Darleer
from Falrbury.
F. B. McGinnis Is registered at lie ( Bathe r
fm Hastngs ;
C. II. Worth and J. Wappleton , Kanss
CIty , tire at the Darker.
Charles ' \V. Mooney if Fremont , Neb. , Is In I
the city for a short visit.
Commissioner Ut or the CommerciAl club
went to Lincoln last evening.
Mrs. Fred Engei 4907 North Twenty-fourtl
' returned trip . yesterday from an extended easter n
'Irlp.Irs. . Edward Kahn all toughlers , Ruth
ant Gertrude ! , of Chicago , are visiting M r .
and Mrs. H. W. Hesler. -
At the Mercer : J. M. Converse , lwankee :
E. M , Colns , remont I ; W. I' . Deisher , 101-
drege : C. I. Warren , Springfield : W. Z.
\Vrnrmier Deatrlc Ned W.
: Net Vaughan , Fr -
m'nt : H. Maher , I.oulsvle : A. U. lol ,
Johnstown : J. S. Sherdeman , J. M. Burk S.
Lincoln : T. S. ' 'ra\ls. Tarllo , Mo. ; R. J ,
Dempsey , Chicago : August I.ubely and wit e ,
tlrs. Goebel , lartngton : W. I , . Paul , Thomas
Arihiford Lincoln : John A. Wacinter Ienter :
J. g. I. . Carey naureparte , Neb : P. O. :
Hetlund , 10ldregD : ii. . Mositage . 'WIsner ,
Neb : P. C. Garneau ant wife St. Joe : I. I
Ilabsor . Seward : A. J. Wet , Frennonr ( : J. M.
Ednmiist { n , 1lneln : 10n'ey Schlelletanlz , S 1 .
Paul : Govcrnor Uolu , Iowa : E. L. ? dyer .5 .
Neirport : it.V . 1.'lsle ant wife , . ! ncClni l
Charles G. Ryan , Grand Island : W. I' . lrlsgs ,
I. I. Hathbun , John W. Cox , Lincoln : C. A ,
Hulean , Hemlngtrd : ; Newel South ,
1umphrey ; I. M. Dronson , C. 0. Iares ,
Albion : S. J. Mason , Albert Watkins , 1.1ncoln : :
James Failthee , St. Paul : Anthony g. Lang. :
dn , Iapllon : A. P. I.udburg , Strolshurg I :
J. N , Gadri ne Moines ; W. Ii , Well , I.'Jor-
cnce : V. E. leekbln : , Iawn o City : D. I. i :
GrOr ' , Manhailowlj ; V. C , Kerr , Craig : C. :
O. Shumway , I.yons : P. P. Smith . Crall I"rell'ntj
J. J. Nhsen , , Yankton , S. n. I : I ) . B. Ioron ,
lartford , Conn. : A. J , Iloister Yrlq ; H. I .
Bro\nleE. iaugias : H. ii. Foster , 3llnneap
its : Theodore 1lug , Norfoilt .
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"COST OR LES 81"
Januarv Sale.gloaks and Furs
OJl.SCOFIElD
LB \ ClOAKS.SUTS.U IIS S.
h'tI'X ( It.1 . .
BAILEY THE. DENTIST r
t ; r'--- - - - I'loneer or J'HV
1 - : ' " l'llccs In
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Dentstry
l : eIAIA.
Full Se 01 Teeh , $5 $ ; 'Warwlcl \ to FIt 1' '
Teelh CXlrafe1 ' I blot . In famine tan' 0"11 Ind
l'batean All If 1. mm iii i . J. II'fCI ' F' " " . U.
Pure . Ut .l , Id I ) U' 111' i . " 1. . fG t J IS F _ l : , 11. , Id ;
I
' 1\"t I , 11 I' ' I' I 'I. I" 1 " 1 . Wk ' I1) Id.Je , .
Iluer ' ii'k 1"1 ' , , -.1 I 1 . ' , ' . .
1.1"1' 1'u.luf Ilk F. 1..I'raO : 'I I. i 10.
L.\J' A'I' 1. : . . \ : , .
BOSTON STORE IRE I SALE I
10,000 Pairs Lathes Pine Kil GoVcs from
J.fmy Firc ,
$1.50 LADIES KiD GLOVES 25C A PAIR
The Ornlllcat nml Must Surrhlnr n.ugnlu .
It t , 101 : leol Our UUUt
Fortulo to Offer to Our
Cus to inn a ra .
$ ,50 LADIES' J1 GLOVES . , 250.
In this great purchase from time Underf
writer Salvage Co. of tht JaIray stock were
about 10.000 , 10lrs of ladies' kit gloves of
tIme highest cost and finest gralles. They
como In blacks and all colors , aU sizes ant
aU styles , In lace and button . The ) ' are only
slghty damaged by fire. Noire of them
worth hess than $1.50 a pair. Wo give you
your choice of the lot tomorrow at 25c.
MISSS ( ' lC , LAIIES' GINUS. 250 WOOL LEG-
1 solt case hIghest grade iatlic' and
misses' fun worsted knIt leggIngs go at ifle
and 25c a pair
Al wool cashmere gauntet gloves , 10c.
7e. All the ladles' Imported eashmeru glo\e
mc.'housall ! of hathics' anti misses' plain
whlo ant fancy hemsltchell lnen , swiss ,
and cambric hantllerehiefs , 20 and [ c ,
worth UI to 25c.
All tire chl < en's001 nli hea\r merino
( wet ) uller\car. 7c . I&c nun 25c .
All the la\les' fine wool a 11 hea\y rib
underwear . only slghty soiled , from the
Jall' ) ' stock , go at 150 , 25c amid 39c.
All the chl ren's ant misses' rarn imuittsSc
All the ladles' yarn mits , 8c.
'rhousants or hadies' calico wrappers made
up In the latest style only 43c.
Children's elder do\n cloaks 7Sc.
$1.25 mN'S WAml GLOVES , 390.
2.000 haIrs men's lIned fur top kid gloves ,
lnet ( tolslln gloves , ant al klnts or lined
amid unlnet caif hogskin bueksldn gloves
and mItts , worth UII to $1.25 . go lt 39c.
BOSTON STORII ,
N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas.
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I'UILLU"S "lWCR ISI.\NUn EXCURSION
Through TourIst 8lcelllnf Car to Sari l'rl-
clpco flint Io itingehes.
Ine Iollclc9.
VIa Chicago , Rock bland & Pacific railway ,
leaves Omaha every Friday at 1:10 : p. m. ,
via Denver , Colorado Springs , Pueblo , Salt
Lake. Ogdon. Also through tourist sleeper
to Los Angeles every \Vednesday on our
southern route , via Port \Vorth and E Paso.
Tickets anti sleeping car reservations can be
secured at the "Rock Island" ticket office .
For ful Informatol cal on or address
CUAHLES KENNEDY. 1602 Farnam St. .
G. N. W. 1' . A.
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A..U U.em.ll . \ '
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The usual Wednesday matinee for ladles ant
children will be given today at the Empire ,
when any seat may be obtained for 25 cemits.
"Ship of State " tints week's attraction at
that 110pular little play house , Is entirely free
from all those obJectonable features that
usualy charaelerjze melodrama and teaches
a lesson that may be safely conned by all
cItIzens-that of patrlotisnnr. ,
All the smal boys In town are savIng up
their pennies anti the girls arc doing without
their chewing gum. Why ? Because John L.
and the only John L. plays at the mplro
during the first four nights of next week , and
the hearts of the youth are accordingly happy.
Mr. Sullivan makes his first appearance In
tire part oC John Desmoml In "A True Amer-
Ican. " There Is I magnetism about the man
that draws all eyes toward him. whether he
Is acting or figinting. Mr. Sullivan appears
In thc arena to advantage as John Demrnonnti
the athlete , : ld In his fighting costume In
the arena contest the audience simply
howl with delight . at , the sight , of John's mas-
- slpht
sl'e m sce.
Miss Fannie K. Trumbul Is a soubrette
who Is thoroughly up to the times . and sings
all the latest popular songs while the famous
King sisters , Mr. Donny 1acl , . the clever
cometlon , ant the versatile little Barrows
children make up the list of specialty artists
seldom seen with a dramatic . organizatiomi.
noclor Mtiitt'q Fnietil.
Dr. J. D. Learned delivered n very Inter-
. eating and Instructive lecture yesterday
; afternoon at the Woman's club on tire subject -
ject of "The Stronger Citildhrood . " 'he attendance -
tendance was large and rtppreclatIvc. The
aUI1elce. which was comllosed entirely oC
ladles , Istenell wih market rtttermtiomr to
Itenton
the address and the subject Ippeared to
excite the liveliest interest In 11 present.
Amon/ other things tie lecturer saId :
"Proper'y ' fe(1 exercised and furnished with
sllclent amount of sleep , tire drill wi
grow every day In the Ilme way lS do the
) 'OtmflhI of the lower animals. One very mi-
BAD CASE SCALL HEAD
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To Doctors Do No Good. TrIes Curl-
CUP..A. . First Set He/ps. / Font'
Set Completely Cure
Our baby Pearl was born Xov. 29 . 1891. From
her birth bho had Scail heat ! unl she was mInt
1011hA 0111 , , then It boo
.
- - canine 'worse and came
out In small whllo Ihu- ,
_ _ .1 plea , and ilen sprCal1
10 ho large yellow scabS
. Wo tried two doctore ,
. hut threycomnht not dolt
. . -'t any good. So \I'e triell
_ CUTICUIA ItmI1 : : ,
giving her a tinorormgh
\ 1 thoroulh
( . )
.h , washing three thnls 1
day with CuTrounA
'a - ' SOAI' , and then using
. / thloCnnrcumrA . 'l'Iroflr8t
_
" ' . .i we trietlie1pd / leer .
sets .he mcai ptrfety cure nmitlbcfore , ! . At the werisedfuu age I six , '
momhs our hafy wClgho,1 , thlrty.four 1101Ils.
Jieraklmi Is ( nirand 610th , anll scalp itertectiy
well. I'orlmlt iiichoeii , . I would not do with.
out CUICUIA Iimonmnmr.an : : . anti , can recommend
tem its most /xcelent for ciniidrcmi.
3Ins . 81'1 JUII , Yanderbl , 1lch.
SMOOTH SKIN FOR $5.00
Iusel the CUTcunA 11)1:11. : , forahout two
monlhs , ninth thai entire expense . was hut t1.W ,
which no uric would regret for a Inca looh :
akIim It left in ) ' face repret best oC coninhitions , ,
conllon8
free finer all itinnhlies anll hrlirtclres I still use
tire CUICUIA : SOAI' . anti always shah .
E. HUIUS 'EiiliMl'SON : , Youngstown , O.
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS
AntI instantly relieves antI slleerly cnrl ever
dl&eaM anll hnmor of the skin , real II , anll blot , )
whIr ins of iialr from Infancy t age , from
IIIml11c to sClofnla ,
Bold throughout tlo work ! ! . l'rice , CtTJeUIA ,
\vort. lrlrl
We. : POAI' , 2k ; IEOLVEITI. I'orrEml Immvo
lnuo
AW CUE ) . . Cotip . , 80le I'rofrelor 10 loo.
f "How 10 Cure laLlr ' fklu mota.cl , " ( rCa .
' Sku and Sealppurlflcni anti beautIfied
A Y'S I'urlct
IJHU I by CIJTiCUnArO.ti' . . Absolutely pure
- 0 BACKACHE , STRAIUS
e 4 ( :0 Growing pnlnl , and weak.
' 'I reiee. relieved In
. . " neBer nlo\ < one
, Y mirirmmito ' by " mo Cumicura
. /tnitl.l'ain Illuh'r ' , the
to
first nod nI' ! "tt'rno" ' ! . .I.kInf ! pulur. :
n . . -ig i u. ! U ail h iO d ietoredVartrue'nle und gi lou ti vigor ctmnlmina quitimy . .
iOi'hUr clnlnilat.
J" icily , I'le. IUI.lv er.d 1) 111AII' I . IIO & I , ' ' 1
.t.dCo : nlIUd . fhl vrritn 5uCruiI , ( OW , . 50,4
) .
A. Fuller & Ce , Cornier mmhr , \ougltst 9t. ,
OMA lA. NlW ;
Warm Your Feet1
at night wlh a .
HOl W IR [ ORG.
2-luartl 65 cents
, .
( . ) 3-luart , 75 cents
4.luart , $1 t 00
lth.'IIBEIt GOODS OF jLf . lUNDS.
The AIOi & PeMoid Co. ,
HaS F.\nal Stl : f.
TIlE LiON . DlU S.0RE.
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] ortnnt timing to he . rrtmservel In renrlnl ( hl-
ti tan II . regularity In feeding minI there II no
f oed hint can he c011'nre,1 10 hint with
which nnture sUII1rs the mother , burt unfortunAtely -
fortunAtely nowlll1 then ? are but few
AIfrlnn women who are h'Ilcnl '
t'qulllell to sumirply this naturnl nulrlmcnt
to their babies "
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WILL STEP ON THE CARPET.
OAlPET.
Oncer Iner WI Klllnln , " : hy lie Beat
A 10lcntli ) 3litn.
A number of people 1\lnl In tine \'Icnly
or Twentieth amid \ Martina streets
Twcnteth am1lartha were hulg-
il anti ) protestng ) 'rstellay against the alleged
brutally ot Ofcer Inlcr In arresting n
man named Johnson , who Is said to bo
st lightly \Iemented. . These people allege that (
the officer clubbed Johnson In a brutal manner -
ner , breaking hIs club , anll that last night
It i was thout1 the man's skull hall been
fraclurCI , amid that time affair might hove a
Ferlous termination . A number of perons
who wlnessE1 the affair claim thnt the
clubbing was unnrcessar ) ' . ns laler coull
k aye arrested his man wihout resorting to
imo
use of the locust
Prlemls of JohnsOn sa that lucy will lay
, 1
thE mater before 1) 10ar1 of Fire anti
Polce commiE loners , ant begin acton 11
the ( courts.
Officer hinter was sCn yestertiny , nnll he
statet his side of the case. ) lIe also lade a
report or time occurrence to Captain 1lost'n ,
10 sId : "J was tra\erslng my bent
i M ! onday afternoon , anti I notcetl a mln
stallnc sl out 11 the cell In art aim.
less l manner. I went UII to hhn
a mid nslleel him his bmisiiiess I
coull get nothing out tf him
and atemplld to Illaco him under arrest.
le l strucl me alul male , such n fight that I
hat to resort to tht t Use of m ) ' club In self-
efense My club hall been brollen nun
gluell torether , ruth when I strucle hll ant
splnterC oft . the sharp edge cutting imi I
mead i a 111 maltng the blood low freel' . I
gel him up to the patrol box arid sent for
the \vagonr. Then 1 crowd gatherell around
us and toll mo who the man vas . A woman
salt to bo his sister came up , ant throwing
her ams around his neck bcgan cr'lug amid
carr'lng err Tlw neIghbors urgCI me ant
s strongl to let thO man 10 that I did , bul I
am sorry that I dfl so , for It Is agahlst our
rules ant ( orders to let a man go after he
has been III a CCIulEr arrest The tall I
about Johnson's skull belnA fractured Is non-
sense. Ills brother came to see rue this
morning on beat anll
my offered to settle
the mater with me for $100. 1 refused to
$00.
t b so. '
to so.
Johnson Is the man who recently armed
Officer Arnolt for $1,000 lamages for false
Imprhonment i and obtalnet a \rlict In tire
11strict court awarding him $1. He Is Ball
to wanter arount the city , and when he Is
a sked who ho Is or where lie belongs re-
fuses to give the ofctrs any irmformriatiomr.
Captain lostyn wilt investigate both stories
a mid malle a report to Chief Seave ) con-
cerning the culpability of the omcer.
111. O'lirieii l.nolleol.
I Is reported that Iltrol Driver O'Brien
has located his
arm missing wife nt Glenwoot ,
In" , ninth hns gone to her to see what Rette-
ment m can be mlle In oltler to strlfhtcn
out the tnngle of . nfah' ! thnt Mrs. HI-Ien
left h In tins cl . 'lhe Hee Is In receipt of
a letter . from Mrs. O'lltien which wns re-
cent ) writen fl'01 hastings , In. In this
letor li l she state that she was going to
i ttmriingtori . hut hnl been keel.ln houRe
for 1 baller In Hustngs since hel' disappearance -
pearance from Omaha severn weeks ngo.
She says that she will soon come back to
Olnhl ) Hnt increase the . temleraturo for
some of her enemies.
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_ _ , . MANHOOD RESTORED Thl "CUPIDENE" great Vegetnibis
lre , .
_ Vltalrzertmrepreserlm.
. , Aa ton or a fanumout irciucir itinysiciamrwill Ylwlzorlhepro8crll" .
ucr-
) - . loud"ronelllh'slcal. wi
E \ - "Ol ! or dfrnnivq ' of ll IClorl\'e t'rgnis ' , , . much eq Lost 0111 , . ,
InsomnIa "llnsln " the Itacit , SenittLal Etnitosluni , ' '
' tlo Jacl'lcmlnll ltsl"n. N'rvonnt r > etnliIty
. J'impienn ' . 1tlws to hurry , l xhlUSUII Prints , ' Varlc"I , ) !
- L'oirsti1atlnml. ] t stops ni 10" ' , by liar " 1 Illhl 1"lvCIIS tinnink-
. , , .
1"5' 0 dl'llrC. which II not chP\pII ) ' I.ls 10 Spernntnftnrrmnrnni tend
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B E FO A AND A ETE R all the horror' of Impotency . CEll's : in i : ! s ' : clCaUnic tbulv r ' trio
BEFORE AFER anti tine . Ilo
kIdneys nn1 uinary orgauns " of uU 11lrlUcs.
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'UPIDENJ1 RlrCnthcuslHI rcstorestnnmntti wCuk orglll 0
'line rCasOn sntfferera , trr lot Clfl.t by loclom ) is t bIuse ninety per cent are tromrbied sihim
RIlprPTR Ir (
= olt.tlll. 110 r'l Clll'tlENR Is the 011 V Imown remedy to clro\lhou uu opraniwn. . roootHmmnirnni.
: . A wrlt \RrRIICo glvln anal mUley , rplnr'1clll ' I six hux's % dos lot amIties . is I'ermuuenmt eur. .
. . , . sttc & , . Nn'ttl for yninclrcrriar anti . cloc' 1'orIIUon . s''t .
ritr&ODiiyrntii. IcsUwonl
r.in9 ho ( . Lestumonmams.
M.rn .IJ rnrt5.0 ly . mal. . 1."tOI yull crcllar Is '
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GOODMAN DRUG CO. , 110 Farnam-st. & LESLIE & LESLIE , 013 , Nebraska ,
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'A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR-
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GAIN. " MARRYAPLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
.SAPOLIO
A Ni Orogoll Cololly1
w , C. Tilison , a well known bnsiness man of Kcarilcy ,
Nebrarka , is organizing a cdlony to take UI ) residence on soy-
oral thousand acres of land in the heart of the far famed
Willamette Valley , almost under the shadow of the capitol o
Oregon.
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It : is the finest body of land in that fine country.
r1ic colony is making up of people of all trades and pro-
fessions. With a fruit farm of a few acres at the bottom ,
working men , merchants and professionaL men arc absolutely
sure to better their condition , ingoing with him , There is land
enough for 500 families over ioo have already engaged trans.
portathon.
tvlr , Tilson svill be at our office , room ioi Bee Buildingfor ,
a few days , I-Ic will engage a civil engineer , a good accountant -
ant , a foreman , and ten or twelve laborers for steady work . .
All must have means to join the colony , as the owner of , a
piece of its land ,
Parties wishing to take tractic in this colony under our home
guarantee contract system will be given special terms in this
tracL this week ,
Farmers can tac farms in any stage ol improvement
of any size up to 100 RCCS at farm land pilces.
. STEARNS FRUIT LAND CO.
OF OREGONI
Room 1O1 Bee Building.
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DR Purely
ug Vogetale ,
Prepared from tine irIgiari1 'O triuults gre
'Orveil Iii tile Art'hilYet' vi ihtir IFoiy t.murt' , Iit
agaa rauthneutlu lritorI damlrrg bso.fCyCaro
A POSTWE CU
(0 ; ' nIh Stomach , Kidney m.d Eowel
troubles , especially
CHRONIC CONSTIPATION ,
1'rtco ' flO ceJta. Stilti by nit druggIsts.
the Francisan : ] .cmedy Co , ,
L3 Vfl URE. ( 3T , 'XLICACO. ILL.
-i for Ciremiitr o.ih himiitr4ied Clcnda.x
F'or sale by 1uhn ( & Cs , , 15th & iotlts ) ,
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TUE GAUSI REVEALED :
Iiscovcry ) of a Subtle ani Life I
1)estroying ) ACId ,
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LODGED IN TIlE BODY.
Tim Way l.y i iuhein it (1et Into thin Sy1
ti'tii'-iinflui Niv Motrnntiiio I'netq
or nrcmnt 'nhmo amnni Lurtiurest.
' 'Aim ) ' mnrumi Or wotnmul wimo cain go tirroumgb
tIre trying winters amul aprimugs o ( thtt cli.
minute vitltotrt snmffering train rimeujumintisiru or'
imemmriulgic hams ot mnunmmo kirmtl is thecnhediy !
forttmnate. " It was Dr. hlaimuiitonr , time irolum-
br hhu'sicinil , v1to declared timls virile tank.
inrg to nommme frlcimnls nut. . time citmb. Commtiiiu-
lug , mo ariltl
"Wimat It. Is that entices these ; iainrs has
ireen a greater iiiysery ( to inimysiciaiis arid
neIenitits ( hmnmr aimmiost any otlmem' qimestioim.
Sonre have deelareti ( hint time ) ' are tIme resumita
of a severe cold , Otiners that imniprrmtlenmt cx.
Postire Imas catlenl tinenmi , amid still otirers tirat
( lie ) ' atise frotmu blood poisoriirmg. t.
"Xii ortler to obtain , if possiirie , a correce
theory of rimeunniatlsmmr ninth till tire ncimes amid
i'aiims wInch nccorripaiiy It , certaimi aumtiroiI-
ties \\'nsimliugtoit have tinkeim steps to oh-
( nih tIme views of' time iiiiYsichamis Cf . 'tmnuerica.
upon tins stmbject , These views are of
a vririetl nmatrre ( , bumt so overwhrehumutmig a irro-
luortionm irolnl to ammo belief as to leave lint
little doubt ( mat It is. it correct one , This
irelief , briefly stated , Is that tIne imeith in time
blootl cruises rhnetlrmnmuthannr , nimni timat it is oiniy ,
by renroving thri peisoinotis neitl timat then-
lmtntisui or mneitralgic tronnbles , tm all their.
terrible ( onus comm be cured , 'J'lmls being
trtre , tIne imnmportniimt mimiratlomm arises , 'how
does time title achit get unto the blood , mud
lrow caun it. ho best remmuoved ? '
' 'Uric mmclii ilimnis its ssimy unto ( lie biootl
because tire kinhnmeys mire svenlremnenl amid can
imot ( iiroiit. . fromni time systeumm , ite3tore ( Ire
ltitluieys aumi , 3011 sviil restore time itouvor ( mit
will force tine uric acinl frommi tlno hotly , amid
tir mms ba mulait t lie rineim nmirtt Ic uugunmies iv ir icln It
catracs ,
"Tinis Is reason ; it is science ; it Is true.
No ouio whose kidneys are iii a Perfect cOil-
nlltioit isne ever troubled witim rhietmmmmalsmnr ( ,
mirth mo riiemrmnnatlc sufferer , hnouvever sligint
tire iualnm mniri' be , lramt ierfeet kltiuueys. 'rime
coiucitisiorn of the trutim is Innevitabie. Per- .
feet hlthnuoys muieiumm freedomni frormu rhmemmmnnatlamn.
' 'l'irero imever was , nimti itrobabl' never ivihl
be , but. omne reined ) ' ( Inst coin , inn every case ,
thrIve urrie aciti fronni tine biuonl , 'rlrat rennedy
is W'armrer's Safe Ctmre. It cures rineunuma-
( that by ehimnninmatinrg ( Ito deathly
uric acid. it bammishres hinimm by ,
rernovhnug tire connie. it acts thlrc'ctiy tipout
the kiduueys.'itiuirm ann hour fronrm tine tluuno 'i
it is taken , its Iumiimmemmce vlil be felt , It '
snmstaluis tiuo organs thnat snnstalmi hire , the
forces timat niahro tine blood , For lathes
dnmriuug tire severe ordeals tlrronigim vhtlcit
tire ) ' are comnipehietl to urass it. is immvaiuabie.
For ( mo nervous troubles of ) 'Ouitim annd ( ira
debility thrat hirecedea old age It imas.'no rival.
Timere are thousands of nmueni , anti wouuien , too ,
wino are Irs hierfect hmeaiin ( tothay by reason of
its great power , anmtt it is tIre inmost potcmrt
remuiethy tIre world has ever knowmm , ' '
-wL. DOJLAS
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FIT FOr. A titia.
_ " $ . . COIDOVAN'
J j FRENcH & CUAMCLLaO cA1f
FINC CM ! &ANOAROa
: ' ' . ' ' $3,5.PPDUCE,350L1:3 ,
I ! 2.9$2. WORiIt I (
EXTISA rinc
J452. $ BOYSCIIOOLSHOE
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Over Ona Million i'copie wear time
w , L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes , _ . . '
All our shoes are equally matIsfuctory -
They give the treat vaiiic ( or the mumone
They cqual custom Simuc. In styio anti
Thimr weurhn qimaililea into unsurpeed.
lime prices mire unIfornm.tampcd on oic ,
firnnu $ m to $3 saved layer oil-tar makes ,
it moor dealer cannot supply you sic can , Sold by
A. W. I3w nan Co N. iat i , at.
C , J , Carbon. 12mB N. 2't ' m , Ut.
w. w Fl i mar , Piirk r u c1 Loavon-
wcrt I at.
J , Nownirin , 424 8 i , ihth St.
I iolioj , StIor C' Fair lam IBt 1 eta.
T. fT. Cr0 ocy , .1539 N t. So. Ornaha
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