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    OMAIIA DAILY BEE-FRIDAY , JULY 25 , 1881
GROVXSE'S DI.OCK ,
Corner 10th nud Capitol Avoir
TKKAT3
OHRONICDISEASJ
UMllliclr formd.
TOUNO MEN , who &ro luffctln ? from the <
ol Youthful Innlicrctlont , wouM do well to
thotnsclTCO ol this , the K Ut boon ovct UU i
] Ur ol uDcrln hmn nity. lr. Tanner wll
nt to lorlolt J503 for every case of SemlnM \
ncMOr Frhato Dlsaino , of uny kind or clitr
which he underUknund falls to euro.
UIDPLE AOED MF.M Many men between
00 are trouMnl vflih a too froi
wees ol 80 nn ,
desire to evacuate lh Wadilcr , oitcn ooomp :
Hzht emaillnit and ImtninR MDMtlon ,
by
tli t li
weakcntnK of the system In a manner
tlentcannotaocounttor. On eiamlninR the ur
ledlmcnt will oltcn bo found
deporitg k ropy
ltumon will ap
ll iwirtlclos ol
omctlmes i
or tbo color will bo ol a thin , mllklshhuc.i
. Tlier
chanrini ; to a datkand torpid appearance.
ol
. difflculy , lKnoranl
many * n who dlo of thi.
femliial weak
caiune. It 1) Iho second staco of
will cuarantco n pc" " ' c"0 ' " "
,
Dr. Tanner , .
rsstoratlon ol the Ocnlto.uil
ahealthy
Mt.and gaos. Call or Mdrcsa as abo\ , Dr. Tanner .
HAS NO UPEIUOR .
The Steck is a Durable Pia
TUB STECK HAS SINQISO QUALITY OF 1
FOUND NO OTHER 1'IANO.
SOLD NLY I1Y
WOODBRIDGE BROS ,
215
OMAJIA NED.
Wanted Everywhere l
Wlde-Awako Agents
Science of Life , Only $1,1
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
A QUFJAT SCBDlJOAIj WOIIH
JW 8BANHOQB
Hihtuittxl VltAllty , Nervous and rhycloAl Dobl
I'renatura Dwllno In Man , Idrroncf Youth , tn
untod tnlKrloi cHnltln ; ; from Indiscretions ci
A hook Ir.r every man , young , tnlddio-a
and old. It ron tains 125 proscriptions for all a
cud chronic diseases cachoue of which Is Imaln
Bo found by the Author , whoso experience fo
70119 la ench as probably never bcfoio foil to the
< ) ! any pliyslcnn COO pages , bound In beat
Frenchn.-jslln nidctyiedcovcrs , full gUt.ircaran
o bo t Oner wcrk n every tonco , mechanical ,
crary and prolci/lona ! , than HLV otl cr work to
this country for (2.60 , or Iho money will bo rcfai
In ovary Inntance. 1'rtceonly Cl.OO by mall , |
paid. llnitrt.tlva ! oamplo B cents. ( Send now.
modal awarded the author by Iho National Me
Association , lo the o ( Boors o ! which ha refers.
The Bclcnso of lAta ehould be road by the yi
Interaction , and by the aftllotod for tcllel
will botn'fll tlL London Lanoot.
Thor Is no uieml or of eoolsty to whom Thi
enca cl Lb'o Kill not bo neelnl , whether youth ,
ont , euiudUn , .nptruotororclorjvruin. Arton
Aildrrcj the Pcabody Uodloil Institute , or Ur
n. Parker , No. 4 Uulflnch Strool , Ikmton } ! t.ii. ,
may DO oonanltod on nil dliriuios re < iulr'ir ' | 'hill
zp il nco. Chrr.nloendooiitlaiktedlHoak mthnt
ba91id t > i3 i.kl',1 of all other phj n * M r a I f
a apecU'tyi Bach treated unoooiwi-ll UHL !
without an lot twee failure. TIWCCJ C
IN BOTTL1D0.
Erlanger , Itavn
Culnibachov , Bavn
Pilsner Uohcmi
EtuBor . .Brom
DOMESTIC.
Btulwoiser St. Lei
Anhauser _ St. Lo
Best a. . . . Mil waul
Schlitz-Pilsnor Milwnul
Kruc'fl Oinu
Ale , Porter , Domestic nnd Ilh
Wine. , ED. MAUttBR
12IS Varnam
Vlll purify tbo HLOOn.Ti
l.vto tlm LIVER und XIONF.
und ItKhioiit. Tin : HlIAi
mid VIQOli , of YOUTK.
prpiln , Wuntof Aplivlllo ,
. dlKL'Bllon , I.nik of Htren
V nnd'Hreill-VeUiiKalxolii
cured. KUIIUS ,
ncrvi'j reccliuiicnu
J nllU'iit Ilia mind
niiillc' | | Jlralii I'm
taOH ti v > jx-iiiiiiif to nu-ir.i'x
Bed InUIt.ItAltTliU'HIIlON TOMIO o f
tpHtiiycuro. tllvco n clear , hcultliy voiiijilvx
Vrciinciit attiiuipti ftt ccumtirMllmt onljr
to tliuiioiiularltyorihuurlKlniil. Da uutcx )
lt-BctllloOllUIIHAt.ANUjlr.ST. . . .
K - troutiuldtMito'i'bBlr. HnrturMed To.
n <
"
uon. Mo. , for our "BJUJAM MOOlt"
l'ulo ( atrauxabad unefoUafarmaUoa.froe.
' ' " liuudrtsU
ou Horllck' * I'ood , wrlto
Krutolul motliem. Jlntliorn' milk conlnliM
ttii-cti. IIOIIUUKR' VOOIi roil INFANTHCf ,
JioinbUrcli ) ruiultvxiioc < * lluz 'llieUwtfood
lioallh or cIckntvB for IN 1'A XIH. 1 lie l i > t diet I
iiVHrfcriICH ma ISVAMD.S uiKiiivLencHc
tonunluKtitnUicniiiiailrluli. iTHcWaiuKSc.
UrumiliiU. UooV oinhotnuliiirntuclilldreu.fi
" 1 Ullrn u to u luivtior lo itiiiM&l of tko
klullurcliiMiru. " / ! . AIMUIIK , UJ.Aiu IVil.
"L'bbciluiluxly | iot > buur II Ilitr liril Kov4 U
Ihtiunkit. " H. tl llarrtll.a li , , Iliufn
" ( Jbtbl IheVll uUtllutri fur lb6lLrr tutlk. "
II , ai < ! . M. II , llrmllin , A , f.
Will lie Kfnt lijr uull on iwt-li't of vrico In Utn
IIOUML'IPS 1 ( III ( > CO. , Itu.li.r.Vli
ilouucis' * Duit Kmuirc ur
Chartered by the State o
; naU ( or thccxpiot pui
ol ( jivinc Immediate rel
all ctiroiilc.iuinary und
[ vato dlccccci. Gonort
Clcctandbyphilliiaall
coroplicKted fiirms , cle
dittaBcx of the bkln
Blood promptly rcllevci
currd by r
'
1'rartirt. fler
. KII hi Ixisvct by Dreams. FJrnpli
tl > cP\re\ * r\.Uunl > OQd,1"JilHr cured 1
tituieKtimiitrminii , lh > upproprUte u.
uatontc used In each ease. CoQiultatloni.
luuil or by letter , aacredly ecnfidentUl , 1
tai.t * tent by M llund linpren. Komarl
\tfjaar.a to indicate contcnto or lender. Adi
i > /.MrlHSrJo.204rVahinB ! < mSI.Chk&g
Vit l
Of liny ncliool , what li tlio.liffll
nil irnt
world ( or ntiietinR ami nllnying
Ml foriiii of noi
nnd curing
of tlio iictvcn ,
complaint * , giving natur l , cluldliko rci
l tMl yon nnhcditfttingly
"Some form o'Jfapil ft"
CIIAPTKn I.
A k Any or all of the moet eminent l
Ici.vm : . . . .
"What In the best and only rcim-rty
1)0 rellod on to euro nil uim-ascfl of ttifl
cun )
ney and urinary organs ; such M IJrlRhti
n-tintion , or Inability to ti
"
eno dinl ) t' ' ,
nrlno , anil nil thr > diseases and nllnientp
cnllar l < > Women"
"Ami they will tell you oxplicity anil
phatlcally " lluchulll"
A k the latno pliyniciain
"What is the moit rrliiuilo and snront
for alii liver ll oanc or dy iop iacon ; tlp !
lndiro tlonl > illiou nem , malaria , fo\or , n
&o.Tl and they will toll you : "
ifantlralet or DanMionltfl"
llcnoe , hoa thcw remedies nro comblnrd
) thc equally \aliul.lo
And compounded Into Hop Hitter * , ueh a
ilerlul and inyitcrlotu cutatlvo power In Uevol
uhlch u M tailed In Ita O | > cr lloni that no d
ir Id health CAU possibly cilitor tc lstlt > ] > '
indyetltla
lUrmlc'B for the most frail woman , weakest
lid or ttnallett child to uio.
CIIAl'TKH II.
"PatlcnU
"Almost dead or nearly ilyliijj"
For yearn , nml given njiby physician
liright'a nnd other kidney illncaacn , liver <
plalntii , f.evoro cotight , called conamnp
invo boon cured.
Women gone nearly crazy 1 1 1 1 1
I'Vom agony of nutiral ia , nurtounnca' ,
ulm3andvarlouHdi'ioaHCs peculiar to woi
: ! % ,
People draw n out ol nhapo Irani oxcdiclatlni ; |
of rheumatism , InllMnmatory ajd chronlo or s
nc from nciofula.
"Salirhcum , blnod pollening , ilj nojwa'lrn !
tlon , nml In l ct , almost all dlnooscs lril"
Mature Is heir to
Hare bccd cured by Hop lllttorn , proof of \
nolKhborhooi In the ki
: au bo found 111 every
norld.
XiTMnno pcnuliio without a bunch of green
jiitniwhlto label Khun all the \llo , pols <
itufl with "Hop" or "HoX11" thulr tamo.
Ononporlal fcatl
Hideo's Food , III
VL tru'llitlnctlontou
J. In lit neutral a
' ' upin the bo O'.P.
\ ttiU reason , It U
> ! tl lly adapted to
'
when
s troubles nro so
i ) u o n t. Kernel
' Knod In a
ind THI KII prorar. .
[ laving been In u
thirty years In KII
nil AinirUa. It Is a pcrfuctly mto end nnutl
[ let for all cnndlt < ons. In caim.SSe , H03. 812
1 7fi. BnlilbyilrupKhitR. Henil to Woolrlcli i
aimer , Mats , tor pamphlets ( free ) .
) To t\i
\r \ * . MirUt , cniiini
tra > clcrnmiiG !
tier. Hoilcttor1
llat ] > mlaptoJ ,
It ttriDKllii'iis
liners thu l'h ;
rncrRlciilo null
fill li.llilflico" .
iiiovci and pro
malarial lever ,
btlpitlondsp (
healthfully il
hleithoklilnej
blaililcrandciii
asv\ellaHinill1 (
blood. When
o o in o by fnt
uhcther incntc
ph\Hii"il , thti v
and doUIIUted
a rellabla unurro ol renewed strength nnd coir
orsalo by alldrueiiloljt and ilo ler urm rnllv.
f * ftrrronni * Vi > > ik v.t-r t * * " * * ' > r il-urcl * ' . ( n . Il4i
uucl .u iurH > utfilhf 111J 0. ti MLtirUT&eih'.H.
; . \ 7.vnr7 SUAnr. cow A3EH2 ,
,51 joa / > i ur Y. r.
3clglnn Unyal anil U.S. Mall'.Htonn
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY ,
HCTWEKN
HEW YORK AWD AHTWE
The KMne , Qermwj , Italy , IMland anil Fr
BUiorngo Out ward , if 20 ; 1'ropald from Antworji
CxourHlon , $1) , InoliiiliiislmUIlMi : , utr.lid Cabin
luuml Trip , (30.00 ; bxcurnlun , 4100 ; Haloou Iroi
to JSO ; Kxourslou HOtoSlUO.
tFl'clei Wright tt Sana , Qon , Agouti , tfi U
r y N. Y.
gCildwoll. Ilmnllton ft Co. , Omaha. P. n.
nmttCa. , ZsS N. ICtli Sticot , Ciuulia ; D. K.
kll , OnuhivAj'enU.
IS DKCIIHU ) BV
Eoyal Havana Lottery
| ( A OOVCUNMKNT INSTITUTION. )
Drawn nt Duvimn , n\\\m \ , Every
tO 14 : DllJ'9.
IOKCTS , ? .CO ,
Subject to no manipulation , not conri > llt'd n
aitlentn Interest. It Is the lairot tiling I
mtutu nl'clmnro In oxlutunro.
For Information and paitlculara apply toSIIII
: o.ien. Aiii'iitu , 111 ! llroadnav , N V. city ,
! . KAUIKV CO. , 417 Walnut street , Ht. I.ouls ,
ir Krank I.obrano , I , . I ) , , 2U Wjondottc , Kan.
Jy miuiVwly.
Or , fimelia Boffouol
OFFICE AND HESIDKNOE" "
St. - Oma
1617 Dodge . ,
TIXKI'HONK No 1U
. . .
Clll.l. iiuc > , 1M rulliu M. , h
1 Summer Resc
Of the Northwest , Detroit , Mir
A country ol WOODS AND I.XKKH , W mil
ul Kt. 1'aul. Tnreo tralni dally on the N P. I1
wltuSOUay Exourbloii , llcktU at about ou
rates.
HOTEL MINNESCH
An dfifitit house with aKimtiiodttlims fo
: uo tr. R. n. GOLBUKH , Pror
4jTB su run URCUIUIUUHIS.U ruu i-inri
ELECTRIC BS
\\lll r ro .Vrrvoi
o'lyli. M"ii lKlu , K
iilM" ! * , OlUtA ! I. Ilia
' ' ' '
. ' . lHlin' | ! ( < u
' 't\\ \ I'llK. l'lllr | < v , IIIIIHI
Uinn'iAvuv. I'liiUpmi tUrrl , r\v. Dnly uluillll
| i intuit i ii Anxrirn 'li.it > i.l tli. > Hlri.i.rli-U > i"
lljjit Ly til' ) I'Jllflit. ' ' 4 ,
ttl.OOO V/ould MotDu It.
Dk. Hokxi I Olcted with rheumalli-r
uied by uilng a Ixlt. To any ono altllcted
l.at ill tone , I would nay , buy lloint'i Klootilo
\uy bun can ooudr with mu by wrltlnr c
at my tor , HW Ocuglai stieet , Omaha , Nob.
WILUAU Ufa
UAIN OrPICK-1122 Douglas Strut.
KrXoreiUatO , r ,
ftIQUO tit * Om&liAj ,
Oldtn tllliid 0. 0 D
CALIFORNIA CANNED GOOl
The Qenninc Ariiclc Dilnlefl
Glncosc and Water.
Irlckfl of the Trade I'oor G
Palmed oft on the I'ulillo.
San Vranclicn Chronicle.
"Can the canner mnko a profit nt
prcRcmt dolling prbos of goods , did
ask ? " repeated a merchant , up to I
years ngo the owner of pno of the lai
establishments of the kind , to a. Oh
do reporter , who had undertaken to
certain rumors about the dotorloratii
California canned goods. "A prc
ho exclaimed , ' 'I should nay not , If
furnish honest goods. "
"Well , don't they furnish ho
goods ? " nskud the reporter.
"I do not BOO how they can , " Ban
gontloman. "Our firm wont out of
business thrco years ago , because we
this very thing coming. Every
thought there was a fortune in cai
goods and BO thorn in , but not v
everybody rushes into the business
increases the aunply beyond the don ;
Now the cotnpototition has BO put t
the prices that it ia impossible to t
anything except any poor article pt
witli an eye fun la to deception
cheapness. There can bo but ono r
from that practice. It will ruii
business and the reputation of Callfr
canned goods for years to come.
OI.UCOSB AND WATEU.
"How do they adulterate fruits am
lies ? "
"Oh , well , I gursa I won't toll
IB BUllioiunt for you to know th
is dono. If I were to reveal UK
crota these who r.ro still ignore !
the various procceeea would learn th
"In glucoao used to any groai
tent , "
"Ye ? , very largely ; still , I canno
how there cau bo much profit in
Still , it i.i usol quito generally. I
quantities arp Imported every week
worked into jollies and canned frui
presume a good deal reappears as cl
strained honey. However , the i
efforts of the cnnuors are directed toi
learning how to put up fruit wit
cither ati ar or glucose. They want t <
water only and I fancy they are uucc
ing quite well , "
"You don't mean that they can i
water than fruit ? "
"Well , they have to give some f
The pcoplo think the heavier the
the bettor are the contents. It is i
the reverse. Water is heavier than f
1'ho point is to got along with as 1
sugar as pcmaibla and alill preserve
fruit. "
"Is salicylic acid used in caai
fruit ? "
"I should think not. It is uaed t
"or meats and vegetables. It aloes
refaction. If handled by compotant
t can do no harm. '
' 'Aro these inferior goods put'upoii
iiarkot under the true lubul of the i
ifacturors ? "
' Ido not know about that butlslv
.hink that the practice of fahu labc
Iocs prevail iioro us well as in the <
However that does not change tbo cfl
if the evil. Pcoplo soon discover
Muncd goods are poor stulf , and t
: uii3Umption will ceaao. Then the
inozs will collapuo. It is my firm
viution thtt in a few years all the la
I'stablidhmontu will have to give up ,
that the business will bo conducted
small canneries and tho" producers tl
iclvcs. "
A 1'OOK QUALITY OF FKUIT.
The reporter next questioned a 1
'ruit do&ter concerning tbo matter
ispeuially regarding the quality of f
low purchased by the cannora. '
luality of the fruit taken by the can
.his seiXBon , " Enid ho , "averages Ic
.ban that of former scasoan. I jt
.hero must bo great competition air
.liein to turn out cheap goods. The pi
jf canned goods are ! ! 0 per cent. Ic
than they wore thrco years ago , yotg
Fruit is quite as high ai formerly and
lomo caaos materially higher , wages
bettor , for labor is comparatively sc
mid there have been no great impr
in until in the way of lupor-saving
( ihinory. Putting up fruit and ma'
jelly in a flno art , and fuw people k
what makeshifts ro made use of.
poorest kind of fruit ia worked into ;
which , by the way , is made entire ) .
Sjl'jcoso. The main ingredient of cm
goods is water. 1 actually believe
the camiorn unaurstand how to bloat :
30 an to mitku it fill the can. "
' 'But are no honest goods put in
all ? "
"Cortatnly there aro. But each
nory mint also huvo cheap goods , so t
bo ublo to compote witii othera.
taken all in nil , the quality of Califo
canned goods is seriously deteri
ting. "
"Where is the remedy ? "
_ "In lots compotillon and in the c
tion of a greater dnmand by oll'e
ohoicor goods. I presume the matter
rfguhto itaolf ovdiitually , but moann
the credit of Oaliforniu for honest g
is being scriouBly impaired und presu
there will be no demand tor them ,
canning business as now conducted ia
ready unprofitable and it is qulto posi
that a number of oatuhliuhmtmta will 1
closed next season , .in trndo and 1
ness matters are apt to jump from
iixtremo to another und next year
may find prevailing a reversed condi
of things. "
The Torrllilo Drain
Which scrofula 1ms upon the system i
boarrosted , and the blood must bo ;
fled , or serious consequences will 01
For purifying and vitalizing ell
Hood a Snrsap.uilla has boon found s
dor to any other preparation. It t > :
ovury trace of impurity from the bl
mid bestows new life and vigor upon
cry function of the body , enabling i
entirely overcome disease.
HookH for All AKRS ,
Djtroit i'roo 1'roaa ,
There are 050 "Maiden's Hocks
the state f Michigan alone. That m
lots of dill'urent places where beau
Indian nmidenswith their Dlyh-liko
mid graceful nhoulderu and beau
f tees , preferred to leap from the rod
being wudded to n horso-thii'f whom
could not lovo. Wo don't blame 'em
bit , although it would have buun
trouble to clioko themselves to deal
step ou n rattlaumko. Wisconsin hat
Maiden Itocks , Iowa 180 , Illinois
Indiana 250 , Vermont 007 , and wo
counting up the total the other day
found thu figurca to bo 10,802 , ,
Idaho and Washington territory yet t
heard from. Thirteen thousand
hundred and nixty-two Indian mal
stole softly from ai many wigwam
aundowii und climbed to thu to |
us many rocks. Their old bull-d (
dads beheld them and called
thorn to como down and got some ]
goric , but they sang their wild d
chants and iluug themselves on the i
rocku below. Ono thinks of it with .1
ness. The maidens hadn't ortor
It. Ilad they waited a week or so
would have entirely recovered frorr
feeling and admitted that the old
was litfht in arguing that an Indian
band with n broken nose and four
ponies could toke the cake oxer a 1
sick youth without a second pair O B
to hts namo. Wo are now propariii
this oflico the sad story of the In
girl's leap from Maiden Hock. The *
story answers for the entire 13
maidens. Each ono perished for lei
the Baino sad way , and the father of
died of grief. Owing to the rccenl
ductlon m the price of ink wo can _
nlsh these sad tales at the low pri
JO cents each , or thrco for aqua
They nro warranted to fit any seer
stand in any climate , and cause old IF
to sob and youig ones to shiver. I
address us unless you moan business.
OIUOIN OV AMMONIA.
Ammonia in obtained in largo qunntiti
the putrefaction of thu uiino of animals.-
rycliipalitt llfUannictt.
Kvory housekeeper can l t baking IK
containing this dieirmUng drug by placl
can of the "lloyal" or "Andrews' 1'earl
down on a hot etovo until heated , then re
tlm cover and Mnoll.
Dr. I'/ico'n Cream liaklni ? Powder doc
contain Ammonia , Alum , l.imo , Potash ,
I'hophato8 , ( provo It by the above tent ) ,
in prepared by a 1'hyslcian and Chemist
pecinl regard to cleanliness and healthful
W'O-W-
"WHAT IS ASIATIC
Its Proper nnd Inpropcr Trcntni
"With IIIntH aa to IIH Prevent lo :
"What is the distinguishing foatur
Asiatic cholera , doctor ? "
"It is this , 1 think : that the poisoi
germs of cholera invariably dUtroy
epithelium or soft akin lining the rau
membrane of the bowels , and lay it
us if it hud boon ilnycd. Hence the
HOBS and congestion of the mucous n
brano. From the red surface the sc
or wattory portion of the blood llowi
largo quantities , just as it docs from
ordinary blister on the skin. Provioi
180(5 ( these enormous discharges wora
tributod to weakness and rolnxatioi
the bowels , and I was the firat to r.
out that they were duo to the destrut
of the epithelium. This is not a the
but a fact , amply proved by post-rnoi
examinations , nnd showing the nccci
of distroying the germs , and not aloi
restraining the discharges and soot
the raw mucous membrane.
"Hero I mention that much mine
haa been caused by a popular modi
largely composed of rod popper , gin
and brandy , nndwhich , though uaefi
cases of cholera morbus , is among
most injurious that could bo QC > l''cto > :
cases of renl cholera. The reason is
the coldness of the surface of the b
or what is called collapse , h caused
the tremendous irritation of the bov
and that any further itritation natm
increases the collapsa. Strange to
this mcdicino has been largely used
the pasa fifty years. No skillful dot
however , would dream of recommoiti
it. Henceforward the scientific r.t
mont of cholera will bo based on the
of germicides. Of these aulphato of i
suggested by nip in 180C , gallic acid
all the dilute mineral auido , especially
sulphuric , arpaho astringents. The ill
sulphuric acid , especially the aroin
tlncturonasattainodtliohighoetropun
as n provontivonndcuro of Asiatic chol
Corrossivo 8ubiu'.atawhich would pro
ly bo used by scientific physicianc
not nlono poisonous , but very dangori
since it can only bo used in a mil
form. Ono particle would kill t\v \ <
thousand germs. Still it is the 11
L'fliciont germicide known at pros
Koch recommends phonic acid , whic
thp same us chemically pure carl
icid. Chemically pure , mind , for
chemically impure has signally fai
jinco it has been proved that bact
will live a long time in strong solut
jf it. Among the domestic prevent !
the best to my mind are common ti
jolt and vinegnr , used separately nn <
fairly largo quantities as condiment :
Food. A strong solution of chlotid
iodn or table salt would bo as eli'ectu ;
chloride of xinc , or even chloride of n
cury , which is the same as corros
sublimate. If nurses and doctors was
their hands regularly in vinegar and w
while attending cholera patients 1
auro they would eeoapo the disease. "
The "KxORttlnn ] Uiuvoracllo do 1'arfc (
iniiro" awnriled the higncat luuiorn to Am
txiriv Itittorn as the most olllcaciimi Rti
l.int to excite the appotlto and to keep tin
Costive otpiun in good ordnr. Ajik for the
iitno article , inaimfactiireil only by Dr. .f.
IS. Siugort it Sons , and bownro of imitati
KI.Ol > KI ) AVIi'H A NKQUO.
The ATcHnlllnnco Formed Dy n Hoc
Younj ; Ijatly of Maryland.
ANXAI-OMH , Md. , July25. ; Dr. Hi
Richardson is ono of the wealthiest
most succcsafnl physician in thu coin
IIo has u handsoma country reaidcnc
the lower portion of Anne Arundol ct
ty , and his has for years boon promln
The doctor is a widower , und his man
< ras presided over by his sister-ln-1
Mias Helen Owen's 22 years old , hij
educated and very popular. She ha
tall , lithe form of exquisite grace ,
monso bhck eyes with daintily-arc
brows , nnd a great mass of raven b
Imir. Her personal attractions wen
mous throughout the county , nnd
lud many suitors , to all of whom
appeared wholly indifferent. Her g
appeared to bohorso-back-riding , nnd
was to be mot mounted on a anow-w
mare , dashing recklessly across fields
jumping fences at all hours of the <
year in and year out.
When it became known yesterday
this dainty Hdy , whoso haughty p
had become well known , was saspe
of having eloped with a negro farm-li
employed by her brother , very f ow pp.
would believe it , To-day the uatoti
ing report was proven to bo whollj
curato. The colored farm hand , wl
name Is Jessie Plator , is a man of i
oular physiqno , 28 years old , nnd no
whito. ilo was known to have the gi
oat contempt for girls of his own r
and was never soon in company i
them , Ho was always the groom
coachman accompanying Miss Owens
On Monday night the lady and PI
wore both missing. It hat boon fo
that they wore seen walking qui
down the railroad track , late at night
that they took a train on the Pope Oi
railroad to Bowie station , where I
chtuigcd cars for Washington. The :
would readily paea for white with tl
not knowing him. A telegram baa 1
sent to Waahinuton Biking that the
be arrested. The girl's friends -And I
ily claim that she ia demented , < .nd rte
to the fact that she now haa an aun
an insane asylum , Thu fooliui
the negro is Intense , and the y < ung
in the neighborhood ore talki ' g 01
ously of lynching.
BccomMIaml Dresses.
Prom the Chicago Tribune.
"In buying second hand gannonl
said a south side dealer in womi
clothes yesterday , "wo always try to
M many largo ones as wo can.1'
"Why so , " was asked
"Ikcauso the people wo buy from
Americans , who are generally sm
while these wo soil them to are toreigt
the Irish , principally , who are largo i
well developed. This goes to show t
the Amoricar.8 have the moat mon
Frequently cast-off clothing is very I
and but little worn. Fine won
who ride in carriages wear out tl
dresses in the back just between 1
shoulders. Then they soil thorn to
They are easily repaired , and look
well after the changes are made that
sometimes sell them for $15 and 820. 1
original owners could easily make
changes wo do , and continue to use
garments , but by the time they are wi
this way their freshness Is gone , and o1
if that wore not ao they would bo roi
to part with them anyhow. Women
not like a drees that lasts top long. Tl
like to bo changing all the time. "
"And they are probably glad to
rid of their old garments nt any price ) '
"No , they are not. They always wi
a good price , and they know how
drive a smart bargain sometimes. Tl
always want more than thty got , but t
rule they know what the goods are wo
to us , and know that they are well p
accordingly. Sometimes they put th
prices so high that wo cannot toi
them. "
"You have eald that you buy most
your goods from American worn
Why is this ? "
"In the first place they have the moi
to buy them and thoioforo they hi
them. When the goods are worn su
clontly to bo discarded they .sell them
caueo they are inoro liberal than pee
of other nationalities. The Germa
for instance , are more frugal thim i
Americans. They do not sell old clotl
to us because they can do better by i
posing of them to their help or givi
them to their poor kindred. It is a cc
mon thing among the German ! ) for I
laiy of the houao to get n woman to co
and work for a week or too about 1
premises in exchange for an old drc
The Americans are too proud _ to do thii
that Troy. If they hire anybody tl
pay them in good money , and if tl
have anything to sell they Eoll it
money. "
"You often get hold of garments tl
need no repairing whatever , don't yoi
"Yes. A great many women will t
a drosa , wear it a few times and tli
take a diuliko to it , nnd wo not unf
[ juuiitly como into possession of it.
you never sou them in the stores j
might think the trade was confined
the coai'BCst goods , but that's a miatal
There are many ways of disposing
those goods. If n woman ccmcs in hi
indwunt9 to buy a drcoa , wo take 1
back into that largo room there , win
moat of the goods are kept in boxes
liid away under curtains on t
shelves , aid show her juot wl
she calls for and nothing more. A
culo wo make changes in women's cloi
ing simply to dieguiao it , and wo oft
iucseed so well that the person who E (
the garment would not bo able to root
nizo it. Ah , if the American peoj
vvoro only largo enough , " said the dea
ruefully , "wo would have nfino busino
If the rich women wuro largo and t
poor ones small , the business could i :
bo overdone. "
"What class of garments do you sell
"Drcpoefi , cloaks , wraps and skir
The twdo is confined to out garmot
! ololy. There is no demand for anythi
slso. "
nice
Filoa are frequently procodnd by a soneo
iVeipht In the back , loins and lower part o ! 1
Udoinencnusiue the patient to nuppuso hoi
lomo ailectiou of the kidneys or neighbor !
irgan * . At times , sym toms of inuigoatl
ire present , as ilatnoncy , uneasiness of i
itomach , etc. A moiatcro like porspiratli
> reducing a Aery disagreeable itching partti
nrly nt night after getting warm in ued ,
tary common attendant. Internal , Exton
mu Itching Piles yield at once to the nppli
.ion of Dr. Uosanko'a Pile llomcdy , which a
liroctly ur"n the parts atfectoil , absorbing 1
rUinorj , allaying the intense itching , and
octing u permanent euro where other ron
lies have failed. Do not dalay until the dr ;
in the PVbtom produces permanent dlsabili
nit trv it and bo cured. Schroter & Bcchtj
"Trudo uuppllodby O. V Goodman. "
Intended Tor Another Mai
frey Times.
William AnderDon , of Sohonectatl
vhilo walking along u street in that ci
hfonday , vrns purprisud to hear a b
ihoutinu "Papal" and to BOO a worn
mrry from a house in the vicinity u
un toward himself. Anderson's ustt
shment was complete when the worna
caching him , throw her arms about 1
icck and between a shower of kisses c
tlaimod : "My darling William ? My di
mabandl" Hu finally convinced the c
: itcd fennlo that she had nuulo a make
ako , which she rolir.tuntly admittc
The woman twelve years ago inarri
tVilliam Iholan , who inlisted in t
irmy , nnd had einco been niissii
\ndorson bears a close rusomblanco
I'lieltni , and she supposed ho was li
ong-loat husband.
If your complaint is want of oppctlto ,
ilfuinoKlnsB : of Aii OHliira Him
mU nn hour before dinner. ] ! owaro of coi
orfoitn. A k your grocer or diii7Ki8t for '
o itrticlo. manufactured by Dr , J. G.
k Sons ,
Unit boon Tticro illmicU.
Merchant Traveler.
"Well , iluhn , " aaid old man Jordan
to has young friend , "you have ji
been married , I hour. "
"Ye ? , sir , " ho answered , with a eprii
norning smile , "juat a month ago , a
[ want you to go up to dinner with i
.o-duy. "
"IIiwo you cot a cook ? "
"No. "
"Well , my boy , K'OOBO wo go to a n
.aurant this time. You must re me ml
[ had a young wife once myself. "
A CARD. To nil who tro mirering from en
nj luJUcriitloni ol ycnth , nerkouiwt kiiuw , c :
ilway , IOKS ol m&nli'K ' > i , eta I w 111 ecml a rvcli.o t
Hill euro jou , FHKE OV OHAHOK. Tliii ire t ri
cjy MM illscovcroi ) by n iiiliHlonery In South Am
r * . Scml cull aildrt'eovil cnvelupj [ o HKVJoHBri
X , StiUon 1 > . Now York. U ( o ui & cu
Tlnii-H Have
I'hiUdolphia Call.
Prospootivo Ilrido "How long oup
i honoymonn to hst , mu ? "
"Ma "They usually last only a f
iroeks , but I know ono to last tin
iionths. "
"How delightful ! NMio was t
jride ? "
"I was. "
"Perhaps mine will , too. "
"I fear not. The country ia not trc
bled with sectional icaues now. "
"Why , what difference does tl
; nakd"
"I was married to your father the t
before he went off with the throo-inon
rolunteors. "
Good railroad land in Cheycuuo coui
iclli for $3 uu acre.
HAS THE LAHQEST AND CHEAPEST
Stove itHAS rn
KEROSENE AND GASOLINE STOVES ALWAYS ON HAND.
Headquarters for the Celebrated Wrought-Iron
OOOD3 DELIVERED TO ANY PAIIT OF THB CITV OR THK UEl'OTS.
( J15 nnd (517 ( North IGth St. , bet. Cnliforum and
may J3-d eod-wcow-Im
forth-Western Electric Light Go.
SOLK AOENT8 FOU NEDRA8KA AND OPKRATOIIS OF CKtEBtlATCD WKSTON AND U. 8.
ib illlj Arn dllU uurl llltjdlluGbbulll
.doptud by the U. S. Govornmnnt and moat of the loading ntoamahlp oompanloi
and Hotels. Regarded as the
3UREST , WHITEST . AND BEST
ELEOTRIO LIGHT PRODUCED.
'or ' Rates Iiiquiro nb oflice , N. W. Cor. Fifteenth and Farnnm Streets
: .T
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FOR PANTS AT FROM § 8.00 AND UPWARDS. ALSO
tylish Suitings in Corkscrews , Worsteds and Cheviots
LATEST STYLES ! LOWEST PRICES !
u inspection of our Goods and Prices , tolls the story.
ions' Working Suits from § 2 , S3 to 8. Mona' Buainetm from S8 , $12.50 to 515.
Mou'o Custom-JIndo Suits from § 15 , § 17.50 to ? 25. MOH'B Suits mudo to ' order
§ 25 , 10 to $35. Youths' Suita from § 2,50 , 3 to § 9. 5,000 Boys' and
Children's Suits , from § 1.50 , § 3 to § 10. ( i.OOO MOU'B , Youths' and
Boys' Punts , from 50o , § 1 25 to § 7.50. 200 Dozen fine imported
ami Fnncv Shirts , from § 1 to § 1) . 100 dozen heavy and mo-
dlum Working Shirts , 50c. 75 dcxeu flno Summer fancy
Woolen Shirts from $1 to § 3. Sutmnor Clothing , nn
extra variety , from 25c to SIO. White and
Col'd Vests from 50o to § 3. An endless -
loss variety and Novelties in
ies. Sik ! and Linen Handkerchiefs
' AMD MEWS HOSE.
[ othing Superior and as Large a Variety in the Market.
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
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HOUSE ,
1001 Fnrnam St. Hnr. 10th
OMAHA , NEB.
C , F. GOODMAN ,
AND DEALER IN
OMAHA , NEBRASKA ,