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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : [ FRIDAY , JULY 20 , 1895.
CLQTHINa HOUSE. Cor. 15th and Dovglas Sfs. Might as well pound cold iron As to try to do business now without Cutting the Very Heart Out of Prices 500 Ten Dollar Suits NO NEED LIGHT TO KNOW WEIGHTS. A JiARGAIN. LIGHT THESE ARE SHADES. GOOD PICKED OUT ENOUGH TO MAKE A FOR ANY SALE LI KB BODY , OLD TIMES. RICH OR POOR. All Day Saturday. Boys' Balls $5 Chiviot and Bats Suits FREE in fancy or plain Saturday only colors , your choice with every purchase of nearly 300 at chase of a dollar or over in our chil' dren's department ages 6 to 14 years , We're cutting the and a bat and ball heart of prices free Saturday. everywhere , Men Who Stole from Tamers' ' "Wagons Under Arrest. THEY ARE IDENTIFIED BY MISS WADDELL FrclKht Cur IlolibiT * ClmrKeil with Uriuul I.iirecny Colonel I nnl' TroulilfM ii H u Ilourdliisf * Stable Keeper. The quartet of bad men who were ar rested for robbing Burlington freight cars have been charged with grand larceny on a complaint filed by offlcers of the company. Yesterday another complaint was filed ngalnst the men charging them with larceny. U. Waddell of Elkhorn was In the city on Monday and he made n number of purchases at Dennett's store. Ho was In the store and had left his daughter In the wagon on tbo Capitol avenue side of the building while ho went In to make some further purchases. The young woman was watching the passing multitudes when her attention was attracted by a noise behind her. She looked around Just In tlmo to ECO a man lifting a sack containing 100 pounds of sugar from her wagon. A similar sack had already been taken , and the two sacks were dumped Into a light wagon that was standing near and the thief and the driver of the light vehicle disappeared around the corner. Miss Waddell called for help , and her father came Just In time to see the men drive rapidly north on Fourteenth street. The matter was reported to the police , and yesterday Mr. Waddell and his daughter called at the police station. The two Kyans and Frank Gannon and James Edwards were brought out for Inspection and she unhesi tatingly pointed out Frank Uyan as the man who had taken the sack of sugar from her wagon. She could not Identify the man who was driving the rig , but thought that Edwards was the fellow. Complaints wcru filed against the party charging them with grand larceny. 1'roiiONvn to Make a Fl lit. Colonel Izard , proprietor of the Colonade hotel , Is having a lot of trouble over a horse , and from present Indications he says he would not bo at all surprised to have a clmrgo of uorse stealing or even murder lodged against him. Ho has retained em inent legal counsel and proposes to make a fight for his life and liberty. The trouble all came over an old skate of a horse that would bring about $3.75 on an active market. On May UG a inan named Thomas was arrested for trying to whip a lot of people. Ho was taken to the police station and locked up. He had the old gray horse In his possession and Acting Cap tain Slgwart , who was In charge at the sta tion , ordered the rnlinnl put In the Colonado stables. After a day or two Mr. Izard asked tha police to take the horse away , as It WAS not worth feeding. This request was re peated dally for weeks , but tfie horse boarded on until a bill of $30 for feed was run up against the animal. Mr. Izard was getting ready to tell the horse for the claim when he was served with replevin papers Issued from a Clantart justice court and asked to pay $50 for having kept the- owner of the ( teed out of the use of the animal for eight weeks. The entire machinery of the legal department of the city Is now working on the case , and Colonel Izard Is patiently waiting to see what will come out of It for him. SerloitN Chui-KC AKitlnut Illock. Al Dlock , a driver of a laundry wagon , was arrested yettorday charged with hav ing criminally assaulted Mary Wllmot , the 11-year-old daughter of a North Sixteenth street cigar dealer. The girl's story U that Illock called at tbo store Wednesday night When she was nloae at the place. He asked for some Ice cream , and when tbo girl served It In the parlor he atcaulted her and accom plished his purpose. Dlock admits the charge , but alleges that It was a mutually agreeable affair. Olllccr Goriunu'v Oreut LucU. When Officer Gorman , one of the new po licemen , picked up a vagrant whom ho found Bleeping In a barn , be bad no Idea that ho was picking up $25. It developed BO , nevertheless , and now Ofilcer Gorman can sport a new uniform , ( or which he won't bave to pay a cent. When the arrested man waa brought to sen. Jailer Havey eyed the prisoner pretty closely , and came to the conclusion that the man was wanted. After Hanson was put In a cell the Jailer looked up his books and fount that during the early part of December las a man named Henry Keel had broken open a trunk belonging to Henry Drees of Gretna and had stolen $ SO , and had then left for parts unknown. The description given o Henry Keel tallied exactly with that of the prisoner. Henry Hnnsen. Mr. Hansen was consequently put through the sweating pro cess by Sergeant Whalen , and acknowledged that he was the man who was wanted , am that he had stolen the money. A reward o $25 Is offered for his arrest. _ Mr . Siimmoii'H Star Hoarder. Isaac Newton Overturf was mar ried Wednesday night and his ionoymoon pleasures were rudely marred yesterday morning. Prior to his lolnlng the Benedicts , Isaac had eaten three meals a day at the boarding house of Mrs Sammon at 809 South Nineteenth street. He was something of a star boarder and was not pressed for settlement as much as the finan cial condition of the times would warrant He had succeeded In accumulating a board bll amounting to $21 , and after the marriage ceremony ho went to the house to pack his belongings and leave the Sammon house. He was disappointed In hla plans and yesterda ; Mrs. Sammon secured a watrant for his ar rest , charging him with attempting to de fraud a landlady. HAD AVAMJKIIKI ) FIIOM TIIC CASH' ThoitiuK ArniHlroiiK' Iiocnted Near Iluiicy Creek Station. The disappearance of Thomas Armstrong the 11-year-old son of William Armstrong residing at 1322 South Sixth street , has been explained. On Monday the members of the choir of St Matthias church In Omaha started for a week's outing at Hanthorne lake , a few miles northeast of Council Bluffs. Ther were a score of boys In the party , whlcl was under direct charge of Hev. Bonner o the church , and Choirmaster East. Dr Do hcrty of Brownell hall and Canon Whttmarsi also accompanied the party. The tenta wer pitched at Ilanthorne on Monday and the da ; spent In preparing for the week's outing. ; number of rules were adopted for the govern incut of the camp , one of which was tha the boys were to report at the camp eacl hour and thus those In charge of the party thought they would bo able to keep clos watch over the lads and avoid any disaster. Everything passed along pleasantly on Monday and until noon on Tuesday. Durln the forenoon the boys went bathing In th lake , but young Armstrong refused to join the bathing party. A cousin of his had been drowned In Omaha and ho was very muc afraid of the water. Just before noon th boy asked for a broom to sweep out his tent When the dinner horn was blown the lad failed to pnt In an appearance. A eearc was commenced coon after , but no trace o the lad could be found. The members o the party did not want to cause the famll any uneasiness and , hoping to find the boy made no report of the matter until last even Ing. Searching parties were at once ten out and Just before noon yesterday the bo was found near Honey creek station. He ha wandered away from the party and had los his way. Ho was brought home last oven Ing. DISCUSSRD STATU FAIll MATTKHS Unco COIITHC llt-portcd UN llelni ; Abou Hi-aily for I'KO. The Omaha Fair and Speed association me yesterday and received notification that tb state fair track would bo completed within te days. It was unanimously decided to Invit all owners of light vehicles and bicycles t visit the grounds and use the track on am after August 7. The association dlscusse several additional contracts. The commute concurred In the action of the Omaha Bust ness Men's association on a Joint Issue of hand book of Information , relative to event during state fair week , and suggested tha In view of the many advertising scheme being sprung that advertisers patronize enl those parties who have been awarded th contract for preparing the official edition The development of many fine artesian well on the grounds was reported. The sollcltln commltttea reported progress. When Trnvellnsr. Whether on pleasure bent , or builnetf , ' talt on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs , a It acts most pleasantly and effectually on th kidneys. , liver and bowels , preventing fevers headaches and other form * of sickness. Ko sale In 50c and $1 bottles by all leadln druggists. Manufactured by tb Callfornl fH ( Syrup Co , OB | s , * , COOPER REFUSES TO ACCEPT Ho Proposes to Let Well Enough Alono. DECIDES TO KEEP OUT OF OMAHA SCHOOLS Majority In ( lie llonril of liilncntloii nt Sea In UN Search for u Mini ( u Siificil Dr. Murlilc. There la consternation In the ranks of tier members of the Hoard of Education who nglnecred the campaign against Dr. Marble , This Is caused by the receipt of a letter rom Superintendent Frank D. Cooper'of Des lollies , In which he positively and finally ofuses to accept the position of superln- endent of the Omaha schools , to which he as elected by the Omaha Board of Educa- lon. The letter was mailed from Des Molnes Tuesday afternoon and Is now In the posses- on of President Akin , In speaking of the matter to a Dee cor espondent Mr. Cooper said he had not onsented to the use of his name at any time , nd that the afternoon preceding his election e had written to the school board , while In maha , that ho would not accept the place hould he ba elected. He believed this letter ad been suppressed , as the board elected Im anyway. When asked his reasons for not accepting ( r. Cooper said he had never been a candl- ate and from the first told the board ho ould not accept , but wanted them to re- Iqct Mr. Marble. After they did elect him e said he considered the matter , as It was vldent they would never agree on Marble. But even then ho did not feel like taking ack his first statement that he would not ccept. Ho said the llrst time he was In Omaha he stopped oft on his way homo from tie west In response to a telegram sent to I in at Salt Lake City. He then went back ast Sunday morning In answer to another elegram In accordance with the advice of rlends. He was sorry he had done so , as It ad evidently led the board to the conclusion hat ho might accept the position , when It vas not selfish motives that had led him hero at all. I'UTS 'EM IN A HOLE. The result of Mr. Cooper's action Is to lace the majority of the board In an ex- remely embarrassing position. Vor months hey have endeavored to find a m.1n who vould be willing to accept tha position and arry out the Ideas of the dervishes , who i-ere demanding Marble's scalp. Several imminent educators were communicated dth , but they Invariably refused to devote hcmsclves to the sectarian cause to the xtent demanded. Finally the majority de- ermlned to elect Mr. Cooper , and trust that he prospect of a two-year contract and an ncrease In salary would Induce him to ac- ppt. Now that their plan has failed , they .re In a quandary where they can scarcely ee their way out. There are several candl- lates for the position , but none of. them re men of such attainments that they could bo expected to fill Dr. Marble's shoes , t Is understood that desperate efforts arc lelng made to Induce Mr. Cooper to recon sider his refusal , but so far they have been without any prospects of success. In the meantime , the members who voted for Cooper will say nothing as to their future course. Jr. Marble went to Des Molnes Tuesday evening and has not yet returned. He ar rived early In the evening and was seen soon after by a Des Molnes Leader reporter , lie seemed much surprised when he was told : ! mt Mr. Cooper had that afternoon mailed his refusal of the Omaha position. lie said he had been Informed.by some of the members of the Omaha school board that word had been received from Mr. Cooper that he would accept and ho supposed there was no doubt about It. He had come to Des Molnes partly In the Interest of a friend who desired to obtain the position made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Cooper , and to ex * plain to Mr. Cooper some of the things which had arisen In the controversy. He said Mr. Cooper had acted In the best of faith with him and he wanted to thank him , now that It was all over , for the stand he had taken In his behalf. Just before going to press yesterday after noon Colonel Akin called The Dec and stated that he had received the letter from Mr. Cooper. "This , " added the colonel , " .throws the bars down again and I expect that we will be besieged by the 'candidates for the superlntendency of the Omaha schools. We hope to select a man at the meeting nexi Monday nlcht , but who the man will be 1 cannot toll. Wo have not as yet decided upon a man. " There was considerable talk yes terday afternoon In favor of Prof Hotner P. Lewis , the present prin cipal of the High school , as Super- tendent Marble's successor. Plerson Thomas and other members favor his candl dacy , and It Is said that he would accep the position. For some time past Prof Lewis has been considering an offer of an Increased salary to go out of the educatlona business , but it is now stated that he has concluded to remain in Omaha In any event He Is now out of town , but Is expected back to meet the High school committee to night. U Is not unlikely that a boom iir his Interest will be sprung at that time. IlfilKliViln FulIlllK. "My health was gradually falling. My nerves and mind were In a bad condition am I was advUcd to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. I did so and am now feeling like myself again I am gaining every day. " A Mortenson 3001 Durdette St. , Omaha , Neb. Hood's Pills cure biliousness. KMH.\T DISOWNS THE CHILD. Introduced that Council Ho to I'lonxe Another Mcmlu-r. Councilman Anton Kment allowed hlmsel to. bo Interviewed yesterday relative to the resolution which ho Introduced Tuesday night providing for an Investigation of tin Board of Fire and Police Commissioners First and foremost Mr. Kment denies the paternity of the measure. He had Intro duccd the resolution at the request of an other councilman who did not care to bo known In that connection. Mr. Kmcn hastened to add , however , that from where he stood the resolution appeared to lie a peed thing. Ho understood that there were three populist members of the board , am this was not according to the contemplation of the law. Ho named the populist mem bers as Strlckler , Deaver and Drown. Drown hal been appointed by a populist governor and that , In his opinion , was prlma facl evidence that he professed populist principles As to what the resolution would accom pllsh Mr. Kment was somewhat In doubt Ho thought that It might throw some llgh on the recent removals of pollcomen. H admitted that the council could do nothing even If the report of the investigating com mlttee should declare that the board was a fault. Anyway , It would agitate the sub Jcct and satisfy the demands of the peopl who were clamoring for on Investigation Just who these people were Mr. Kment dk not know , nor would he divulge the name o the councilman at whoso Instigation th resolution was Introduced. Mr. Kment's Idea of the manner In which It Is sought to bo Indicated that there ar three members on the board of one politico faith differs materially from that of som of the other agitators. The claim U se up in other Quarters that there are three re publicans Instead of three populists. U I Intimated that Strlckler has again changei his political colors and i-onscnted to b called a republican In order to bear ou this position. With these conflicting state ments In circulation It la doubtful whethe any member of the board can tell when h goes to bed at night In what political corra be will find himself located by the dervlshc when he wakes up In the morning : Old HrnilM and YOIIIIK Heart * . You sometimes see conjoined In elderly In dividual ! , but seldom behold an old man o woman us exempt from Infirmities as In youth. Hut these Infirmities may be mitt gated In u great measure by the dally and regular use of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters , an Invlgorant , anti-rheumatic and sustaining medicine of the highest order , which also re move ! dyspepila , constipation , biliousness am kidney trouble. It 1 adapted to the use o NEW YOHK STOltn. Few Specially Cixid ThlnK * ( or Friday midf. Pntitrdny. 33 pieces fast black sateen , regular 12'/4c nd IGc goods , will go iwhllo they last at lc. lc.Good Good quality cambric dining at 3 c. EOc and 60s quality India and Ch'lna Bilks t 25c. Mosquito netting , per bolt , 35c. 20c and 25c quality of French dimities nd mulls , lOc. Hemnknts of summer wash goods at less han half price. Unbleached 4-4 sheeting nt 34c. Bleached 4-4 sheeting , good quality , at c. Wide all silk ribbons at 3c and 5c , worth oublc. The above bargains only for Friday and aturday of this week. NHW YORK STORE , Dodge and IGth Streets. A new thing an open air dramatic pcr- ormance July 30 on tennis grounds , 24th t. _ _ Vent OkolmJI Lake Auction Sale of I.OlN. An unreserved auction sale of lots on Man- attan Beach will be held on the 1st day of August , commencing at 11 o'clock a. in. It vlll be a clean sweep and big bargains are ure to be had. H. I ) . Allison of Des lolnes , auctioneer. Plats and circulars glv- ng full Information can be had by mall or therwlse from J. A. Jackson , Okobojl , la. , are of Hotel Manhattan , or from the Manhat- an Deach company , 503 Mulberry street , Des lolnes. la. The sale will be conducted on tie plan of receiving bids for first choice. It s therefore necessary that bidders should be n hand or have their representative on the , round a day In advance of the sate. Act ulckly. No such opportunity will ever again ie offered. MANHATTAN DEACH COMPANY. I.iullrM. If you have the rheumatism or neuralgia , ny kidney or uterine trouble , are emaciated r have superfluous flesh and your doctor rders baths , before going to the expense of a trip , try out baths. You can have Turkish or Russian , medl- : ated , vapor , electric , sea salt , sulphur , Mer- : urlal , oil rubs and hoi milk baths. Attendants first class. Massage by an educated masseuse. Ladles' Turkish baths and physical culture parlors , 107-110 Dee building. "I.aliorern. " "Attention of loborers going to the wheat lelds of North and South Dakota Is called o the excellent service of the Northwestern Ino to all Important points. Through con- icctlons , good time. 1401 Farnam street. ) pot 15th and Webster streets , Omaha , Nebraska. " J. U. DUCHANAN , G. P. A. The Eastern Star gives a basket picnic at lanscom park Friday afternoon. All the members are expected to be present with heir friends. Garden party at tennis grounds , 24th and ilarney , Tuesday evening , July 30th. All are Invited. IMIAHMACEUTICAIi ASSOCIATION. At Deliver AttKtiMt 1-l-UI , 1SD5. For this occasion the Union Pacific will sell tickets at the rate of ono fare for the round trip from Mlsourt Tlver terminals to Denver , Colorado Springs , Manltou and ? ueblo. Tickets on sale August llth and 12th. A. 0. DUNN. City Passenger and Ticket Agent , 1302 Far nam street. A Kciv AilantaKi'H. Offered "by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway , the short line to Chicago. A clean train made up and started from Omaha. Daggage checked from residence to destination. Elegant train service and cour teous employes. Entire train lighted by electricity and hated by'Steam , with electric light In every berth. IFInest dining cai service in the west , with meals served "a Is. carte. " The Flyer leaves at G p. m. dallj from Union depot. City ticket 'office , lB04-Tarnam , strcej ) C. S. Carrier , city tlckat agent. y - > > Fifty * cents admission'to open air perform ance of Gilbert's "Droken Hearts , " tennis grounds , Harney and 24th. CENTIlAIt I.A1IOK UNION APPAIItS. Will Abandon the Annual I'armlc ami Co Into TolitlcM , At the regular meeting of Central Labor union held Wednesday night the following named delegates were received from Coopers' union No. 10 : A. Miller , J. J. Drown and A. L. Jordan. William Doycr was received from Carpenters' and Joiners' union No. 427. The Labor Day committee recommended that on account of the condition of the times no parade be given this year. A new commit tee , consisting of Messrs. Sebrlng , Deerman. Schupp , Fisher and Dalrd , was appointed to report rurther In the matter. The committee appointed to look Into the feasibility of placing a union labor ticket In the political Held this fall reported In favor of such a move. The report recommended that In lieu of holding caucuses and conven tions that a general committee be appointed to name the candidates. H was decided that before further action Is taken the present committee formulate and present a declaration of principles. The report of the trustees showed a balance In the treasury of $201.90. Receipts during the last six months , $79 ; expenses , $301.80. A communication was received from the Commercial club Inviting organized labor to take part In the coming Mardl Gras enter tainment of the state fair. Messrs. Sablne , Kerrigan and Daird were appointed to confer with the club. A committee from the Omaha Co-Operatlve association an Institution claiming to be In terested In the home Industry movement nd in the better welfare of worklngmen was present , and asked for the union's co-opera- flon. Messrs. Rowley , Cohet. and Tracy were appointed to Investigate the project. The semi-annual election of officers took place , with the result that every officer of the union , with the exception of sergeant-at-arms , was re-elected by acclamation , as follows ; President , J. D. Schupp ; vice president , J , J. Kerrigan ; recording and corresponding secre tary , K. S. Fisher ; financial secretary , J. L. Dalrd ; treasurer , George Clark ; sergeant-at- arms , C. E. Mathews ; trustees , Ernst Lang- behn , A. F. Clark and II. Cohen. . The action of Brewers' union No. 06 In ex tending Its boycott to include all local made beer was Indorsed. They Thought the I.inv I.iiiue. A widow and her prospective husband , each of whom discreetly kept their names to them selves , stating that they desired to avoid notoriety , wandered Into the marriage sanc tum of the court house and demanded the assistance of the law to make their two hearts beat as one. The clerk thought some Inquiry might save thai .couple trouble. It was .ascertained that the woman obtained a divorce just one month ago. When the couple were Informed tliat they would have to wait five months they were quite wrathy ct the harshness of thoUaw which prohibited their marriage. Nicotine Ffeutralized OUCH TOBACCO No Nerves Quaking No Heart Palpitating No Dyspeptic Aching HMT I-NERVOUS RH I I-DYSPEPTIO NOTSON ESTATE IN COURT fliero is Not Enough Money to Pay the Oluims. MANY NOTES AND BILLS ARE PRESENTED Attorney * ! Contend that They Will Heeover on 1'ollclen Which llnil When the Woman Committed Suicide. At this time the estate of Mrs. Ida Reming ton Notson Is Insolvent. What condition It may be In Inter on will depend largely upon the outcome of a suit that will bo brought to recover on one of the life Insurance policies. The suit Is now being projected and will bo brought early next fall , At present there Is not enough money In the estate to pay much over 90 per cent on the claims. Judge Baxter called up the Notson estate or hearing and allcnved over $500 of bills and notes yesterday. These claims arc only iart of the debts which , altogether , will be ufllclent to eat up the amount on Mrs. Noteon's life Insurance policy , paid In by the Massachusetts Life Insurance company. The otal amount received by the probate court 3ti this policy was $1,724.74. The company icfore paying this sum paid Mrs. Gardner , a rlend of Mrs. Notson's , $280 on an asslgn- nent of her life Insurance policy , which Is he reason that the face of the policy , $2,000 , vas not paid Into court. Among the claims iroved up yesterday were notes , almost all of them bearing out the theory of Insanity , now generally accepted as the true explana- 'lon of Mrs. Notson's strange death. One of he notes , given to Alice Hltto for $26 , dated Jecember 23 , 1893 , was for money borrowed rom a school teacher and contained the death clause familiar to Mrs. Notson's notes , pro viding that the money was to be repaid out of her salary , or , In case of leatli , that It was to be paid as a claim against the estate. Other notes of similar enor follow In succession during the suc ceeding winter. Besides this many of the notes arc uncommon In their constructlou. some bearing Interest after maturity and some until maturity. In the latter casa after the notes fell due no Interest Is com puted upon them. The prospects for Mrs. Notson's mother ; ettlng anything fiat comes into the exec utor's hands after paying the debts are better than ever , owing to : he verdict of the coroner's Jury. For a .Imo It was a question whether the husband of Mrs. Notson was the heir , all depending upon the decision of the point whether Mrs. S'otson or her two * children died first. John flush , the executor , states that Inasmuch as Mrs. Notson was shown to have waded Into the water with the 'two ' children tied to gether , or at least such appears to be the strong probability , the children must have lied first. They were shorter and would go under the water first. Besides this , Mr. Rush Is In possession of : he contents of a letter written by Mrs. ttotson the day before her death. In which she desires her mother to fall heir to her property. This , Mr. Rush says , Is In the nature of a codicil to the will. Attorneys think that there Is good prospect for recovering on the life Insurance policy already partially lapsed at the time of Mrs. S'otson's suicide. The recovery will be on the ground that she was not wholly negligent and at least had equities In the policy which the court will protect. So If a recovery I ? liad the mother will probably get the money as the heir. Improving : Thvlr Oi | | > ortiinI < lN. . The defendants who received permission from Judge Keysor to make answer In reply to the foreclosure proceedings of Eunice Bald win , brought against the tracts of land In the west end of town , have begun to avail them selves of the opportunity. Four started In yesterday by filing showings. Wellington J. Hurt , the main defendant , took the opportunity to file a long answer , detailing the history of the Baldwin mortgage since the time It was first given on this land by a son , Morgan Baldwin , to his father , M. S. Baldwin , According to Burl's account of the affair , he had a mortgage dated In 1875 which was prior by some months to ( he Bald win mortgage and under this he foreclosed. Since then he has sold the property to many parties. On the other hand , ho charges the Baldwins with selling their mortgage and trying to foreclose on It In the district court and the United States courts. AxKInK I'ay for Ills SeeriM. Charles McGuire is desirous of recovering the value of five tons of cucumber seed * which ho alleges he sold to Phil Stlmmel and F. T. Emerson under a contract dated March 20 , 1893. McGuIre holds a judgment for $1,820. He has gained permission of the court to Intervene and assist In fighting the suit of Emerson against Stlmmel , In which the various seedsmen are trying to force the parties who bought up the Stlmmel goods at the eale of March , 1894 , to pay the value of the goods Into court. It Is claimed that the buyers held judgments against Stlmmel Individually and satisfied their claims from the partnership fund. Starch grows sticky common powders have a vulgar glare. Pozzonl's Is the only complexion powder fit for use. 111K1) . MARSHALL Martin M. , July 24. ngpd 62 years , after a prptracted Illness. Mr. .Marshall has been Identified with Omaha manufacturing Interests since 1879 , bervcd his country from 18C1 to 1SG5 in Third Ohio Infantry. Mrs. Marshall and daughter , Nina , willaccompany the remains , Btrat- Ing this afternoon to Sallnevllle , O. FOR CURES SCROFULA , BLOOD POISON , CURES CANCER , ECZEMA , TETTER , Does Your Underwear Pinch because it's shrunk ? If washed with WOOL SOAP 'twould nlwnys stayiho same Blio. Bamo U true of blunkuts ana all wolun Roods. Clonus carpetssothoy look UUo new. ABSOLUTELY I'UUB-excellent ( or tbo DATI. ! MANUFACTURED ONLY BV RAWORTH & SCHODDE , CHICAGO. U. 9 , A. Two Thousand 1'nlr odd suit pnuts will bo our drawing cnrd this coining Saturday , rants of every description : Cheviots , Casshnercs , Serges , Tweeds , Worsteds nil colors bluck , brown , blue , tan , gray , slate , dark and light shades plain colors , mixtures , stripes , smooth goods , rough goods , fuzzy goods-all regular sizes pants Croin ? 5.00 suits ; pants from ? -0 suits , will be placed on sale In four different lots and will be sold as fast as active salesmen can give eager customers llts. Our cus tomers know what a "Nebraska" Pants Sale means. Pants for $1.00 worth $1.50 , .fL'.OO and $2.r 0. , Pants for ? 1. " > 0 worth $11.50 , $ ! ! . " ? and $ : i.OO. Pants for $ -.00 worth $3.00 , $ ; i.50 and $ -1.00. < Pants for $ a.OO worth $1.50 , $5.00 , $5.50 and $0.00. livery pair of pants In the sale were left from some suit where coat and vest have been sold. There are no culls from stock no reg ular pants. No chestnut pants to pick from. All from last season's suits. You know how low suits were marked last season. You'll never see them again that way Well , the pants arc In proportion. NOW READY HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR AUGUST 's DREAM 74 Illustrations By Ed will A. Abbey ILLUSTRATIONS BY ' THE GERMAN STRUGGLE FOR ABBEY , REMINGTON , LIBERTY ' , WELDON.WOODVILLB , By Poultncy Big-clow DU MONO. SMEDLEY. and Others ROUNDABOUT TO BOSTON By W. D. Howclla HEARTS INSURGENT EVERYDAY SCENES IN CHINA By T.hoinaa Hardy By Julian Ralph AM > JOAN OP ARC CRACKER COWBOYS OF * FLORIDA By Frederic IZcmiujton FOUR COMPLETE SHORT STORIES BDSU ER EM BE HARPER & BROTHERS , PUBLISHERS , NEW YORK We have Captured Them We refer to the latest styles in our FurnlT ture and Carpet departments. Our buyi ers , who have been to market for the past month , have secured all the novelties shown this season. Goods are arriving daily and we invite your inspection. Our Prices Will remain as last season , the lowest ever made in Omaha. All we ask is that you make comparisons. We will do rest. Some Samples. White Iron Beds 52.7 Corduroy Couches 5.5 Oak- Rockers 1,43 Window Shades , complete 2OO DOC"A "A Fresh English Complexion. " That healthy pink and white might just as well be the typical American complexion , if people would take reasonable care of their health. Ripans Tabules go to 'the root of the trouble , because a stomach ach in good order produces good blood , Tnbulen : So'.J ' ! > rtniKcUH , or by mull If Iba prlco W rent * n L > ' ) l vent to Tbe HI- pans Ctiemlcal Company , Nu 14 Kpiuc * it. , N , Y ,