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THE OMAHA PAIUY JBEEVyEPNESDAY : , MAY 19 , 1880 ,
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY ,
Various Newsy Notes of the Rail B. & M ,
A Young Married Couple Separate
After Six Weeks' Married Ullsfj
Couldn't OucHi thoOoun-
tcrslfii Police Court ,
Putting Down Kails.
The BEB has from time to time noticed
the largo amount of railroad building
which will be accomplished in Nebraska
this year. Messrs , Mallory & dishing ,
of this city , have three important con
tracts on hand , which they are rapidly
pushing. The one in which Omaha pco
pie are most interested is the B , & M.
branch from this citv to Asldand , a dis
tance of twenty-six miles. Grading com
menced last month , and CO ) teams are
now at work. Some of the cuts and ( ills
tire verjr deep , and the contract does not
call for the completion of the work be
fore October 1. It is possible that trains
will be running before that time.
The branch from Blue Hill to Hold-
rcdge , n distance of fifty miles , i being
graded rapidlv. Five hundred teams are
engaged in the work. The grading of
this branch is not FO heavy , and though
work was only commence ! on the llith o
last month , it will possibly be completed
by the first of August.
Five hundred teams are engaged on the
branch from Elwood to Curtis. This
line , which is to be forty-four miles in
length , will require some very heavy
work. It will bo open for trains Septem
NOTKS AND I'llUSOXAT.S.
" J. 11. Choato , .superintendent of the
Denver & South Park road , arrived in
W. B. Trufant , superintendent of
the union depot at Denver , and a
former Oinahan , arrived from the west
Hoyt Sherman , traveling passenger
agent of the Union Pacilic at Salt La'ke
City , is in Omaha.
Gco , Sternsdorff , one of the efficient
oloiks in the freight department of the
Union Pacific , is unable to beat his desk.
The other day in jumping oil' the dummy
train he was thrown against a box-car on
a side track. The car is now in the shops
undergoing extensive repairs , while Mr.
S. is in the doctor's hands.
The freight department of the Union
Pacilic yesterday issued a new tariff of
ratcsbotwcen the Missouri river and Fort
tcttoriimn and Fort Laramio.
The following circular was issued
from General Superintendent Smith's '
oflico yesterday : Mr. T. A. Davies ,
division master mnchanic , Wyo
ming division , has boon transferred
to Nebraska division , with oilico at Oma
ha ; Mr. J. P. llovoy has been appointed
division master mechanic , Wyoming di
vision , with olltcc at Laramie , vice Air.
T. A. Davies , transferred. Mr. Davies
Will thus succeed Mr J. II. McConnell ,
who handed in his resignation some
weeks ago. The appointments take effect
COULDN'T 01VJ3 THE OOUNTKR-
Thrco Oinnhii Ijtiwyers Who Were
Stopped by a Sentry.
A good story was being told yesterday on
three young and well known lawyers ,
two of whom have their ollico in the Iron
Bank building and the other in Rodick's
block. It seems that on Sunday night ,
the throe took n walk out to Florence ,
and on returning passed by the barracks
about eleven o'clock. They were going
along the road about ICO feet from
the fort grounds-whon just as they were
passing the north gale , the sentry who
was pacing up and down , gun on his
shoulder , cried "Halt ! "
The deciples of Blackstone paid no at
tention to the command but rather hur
ried their pace down the road.
"Halt there ! " again cried the sentry ,
this time leveling his gun at the three
young men and pulling hack the trigger
It is needless to say that the trio "halted"
Snstanter. "Give the countersign ! " com
manded the sentry , as with gun still
leveled , ho advanced toward the tnrco.
"Wo don't know anything about your
d old countersign" muttered one
of the throe , between his clenched teeth.
"Wo wore not going into the fort
grounds , " chimed the other two as they
brought up the rear. The sentry slowly
put the butt of his gun on the ground ,
and stood in an attitude of perplexity.
What ho intended to do at this critical
juncture will never bo known , for just
then the sergeant of the guard came up ,
and when the situation was explained to
him , ho reprimanded the ollicious sentry
severely , and ordered him off duty The
latter , it appears , was a fresh recruit
and hud but a feeble notion of Iho dtitiesi
that were required of him. The three
lawyers resumed their tramp and reached
homo safe and sound. ' 1 hey tried to
keep the story of their thrilling exper
iences a secret , but in some way it
leaked out. _ _ _ _ _
A SHOUT HONEY-MOON.
A Urldo of Hut Six Woolen Lcuvcs a
Jealous lIuHlmmt ,
The latest local sensation , in n mild
way , is the sudden separation after n
brief and stormy honeymoon , of a young
Omaha couple , Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Fostnor. The nuptials of Miss Bertha
Nagl , formerly one of the bust known
and most popular teachers in the public
school , and Mr. Fcstnor , who was at that
time engaged with his father in the
printing business , were celebrated the
ill-fit of last month. The young couple
took a wedding trip to Chicago , and aftoi
a two or three weeks' visit in that and
other cities , returned to settle down tr
luairled llfo in Omaha. This was yorj
brief , however , for in less than a montli
Mrs , Festnor made up her mind to leave
her husband and departed for Chicago
The story of thn affair , as given by one
of Mrs. F.'fi lady friends , asoribct
the separation to extreme jealousj
on the part of the husband , It
Booing that a few days age
Mr. Fcstnor met his wife walking in com
nany with n gentleman friend whom she
tuul known for years and whom she had
chanced to meet on the street , Ho controlled -
trolled himself at the time , and wild
nothing , When ho reached homo thai
light hocayo way to his jealousy and used
. "Bis wife iii 11 manner most unbecoming r
loving husband. Ho disappeared the
day following , and did not return. Mrs ,
Festuer , acting on the tulvico of hoi
friends , determined to leave her husband ,
and sent him word that if ho wanted tc
BOO her lie must como at ouco , as she was
going to leave him. Ho did not ropond
however , and Mr * , Festnor packed up hoi
things and started for Chicago , when
die u > now visiting relatives.
8llOWINo"rnEIIl "BUICUS. "
4QulcHMttloaiovo Slatluco Hotwcoi
f O'llrlon and Swulin.
* v Tom O'Brien , a mil known hackmai
f. nJ nmatiuir manipulator of mittoi
" hands , happened iu Louisville a shor
' Uino S ° ur ° 'i a visitl ' 110 | fiimo of !
Weeping Water jinn named Charle :
' was tilling the former little town
nnd a miml.or of 1U hardier citizens were
entering a class which Swxlm had organ
ized to instruct in tfio most reliable man
ner of handling their "dukes" O'lincn
tired of the iiiactivity of the guest's life
nnd challenged S\vniin to n contest with
the gloves. The challenge , of course ,
was accepted. Both Weeping Walter
and Louisville were eager to witness the
novelty. The contest took place In the
Louisville rlr.k , which was filled with
people from both towns.
Only three round * wore fought , the
worst of which Swaim meekly pocketed ,
until , before the close of the third ,
Swain ! c.tnght it under the jaw. Ho was
tinablo to respond to the call of time and
the light wont to his opponent , O'liricn.
O'Urien won with easy , andcamo homo
considerably tihcad in the matter of
Discussing Freight Matters.
The executive board of the newly or
ganized freight bureau met last night in
pursuance of an arrangement made Sat
urday evening. The meeting was hold
at the board of trade rooms , the following
members being present : Max Meyer ,
Ernest Poycko , II. T. Clarke , Robt. Eas-
son. ( J. A. Fried , II. L. Vinyard , 11. L.
Gibbon. W. J. Hroatch , P. E. llur , John
lirndy , J , G. Chapman , Euclid Martin.
Tim sub-coinnnlteo appointed at the
mooting on Saturday evening made their
report as to the fees to bo required from
the firms composing the bureau , it waste
to the oflect that the members of the bu
reau would bo divided into three classes :
a , b , and c ; the llrst class paying $100 ,
the second $50 and the third $2:3 : ; this in
addition to the initiation foe of $23. The
committee nKo submitted a list of ( inns
which ought to be invited to join in the
The report was pretty thoroughly dis
cussed , but was finally adopted , with the
proviso that two more classes should bo
added one fourth class paying $10 as
an assessment , and an honorary class ,
the firms composing which would bo al
lowed to join upon paying the initiation
fee , without being required thereafter
to pay assessments.
The committee then adjourned , agree
ing to call a public mooting on Wednes
day evening , at which time the constitu
tion of the new bureau will come up for
Two new clerks have taken their places
in the post-oflico. One of those is Alfred
Latcy who fills the place of llobt. C.
Davis , who has resigned to accept the po
sition of letter carrier. W.V. . Conner
who has been acting as a "sub" railway
mail clerk enters the oflico
and goes upon the regular list.
This is really the only addition' the force
of clerks , and yet such as it is , it enabled
the ollico , for iho lirst time in many
monthslast night to handle and dispatch
before closing , every letter that has
come to the oliipc.
The postal department has made anew
now allowance for the running of the
ollice. It has done it by reducing the
former allowance , namely $10.0-15 to 915-
3. ' , and then adding to it ! ? 500. This
makes an increase of if ICO , and is but
Postmaster Coutant says that the only
reason the present dilapidated mail runs
are continued is because the contract of
of the present carriers expires the 1st
July , and it would not pay them to get
new wagons. Uesidcs they have their
contract ironi a party who sublet it from
the Woodleaf brothers , and get about
$1,000 for doinp work originally let for
$2.100. When the new contract goes into
effect four wagons instead of three will
be put on.
The general committee of the G. A. R.
posts have appointed the following com
mittees to secure the proper observance
and celebration of Decoration Day :
On Finance Comrades S. 15. Jones ,
W. J. Uroatch. Hugh Thompson. D. L.
Thomas , C. E. Burmoster , and Sergeant
N. Cody of Fort Omaha.
On Speakers Comrades II. A. Alice
and \Vm. Coburn.
On Flowers Mrs. Gen. Strickland ,
Mrs. Gen O'Brien , Mrs. P. O. Hawes ,
Mrs. J. A. Fleming , Mrs. Gen. Frederick ,
Mrs. W. J. Broatch , Mrs. E. Wyman ,
Mrs. J. S. Wood , Mrs. M. Cody of Fort
Omaha and Comrade F. D. Mead.
On Invitations Comrades C. II. Fred-
crick , P. O. Hawcs , 1) . Hurley. J. A. Flem-
Ming , J. W. Uon/.a.
On Transportation , Ice and Water
Comrades D. A. Hurley , D. St. Geyor ,
On Music Comrades P. O. Hawcs , C.
E. Burmester , J. S. Caulliold , Sorgt.
Allison , of Fort Omaha.
Comrade II. A. Alice was elected chief
marshal with authority to appoint his
The committee on invitation wore in
structed to invite all civic societies in the
city to lake part in the parade and gene
ral observance of the day.
Who Owns the Chain ?
About three weeks ago a well known
all around thief , a colored tcllow
named George Duval was arrested
for some minor oflbuso. Upoi examina
tion a line gold vest chain was found In
his possession. The nolico made inqui
ries and found a claimant for the pro
perty inEdholm & Erickson the jewelers.
Dovid was found guilty of the larceny of
the property and sent to the county jail
for thirty days. Yesterday he confessed
his crime but stated that he had stolen
the chain from lluborman'd jewelry store
out on Thirteenth street. Mr. Ilubor-
man imido an examination of the chain
ami found that it bears his prlyato make ,
a small "a" inside the swivel. Judge
Stonbrr ; ; hns possession of the chain and
will keep it pending the settlement of the
question of ownership between the two
linns. The chain is valuediit $ M.
Annual Council of the Diocese.
The annual council of the diocese of
the Episcopal church In Nebraska , will
meet on the 10th at Trinity cathedral.
Morning prayer will bo hold at 8 o'clock
a. in. , after which the council will be
called together for organi/ation and
business , The bishop's annual address
will bo delivered at 4 o'clock p , m , A
missionary moating , at which addresses
will bo delivered by prominent laymen
and clergymen , will bo held at 8 o'clock
p , m.
Miss Sybil Carter , from the Women's
Auxiliary to the board of missions , Now
1'orU. will address the church women of
the diocese in Trinity cathedral onj Wo d-
nosday , llth ) instant , at S o'clock p , m'
As this will bo a very interesting meet ing ,
the bishop trusts thorn will bo a largo
gathering to moot Miss Carter.
Con. Crook'H Absence.
The cause of Gen , Crook's sudden da-
parturo for Salt Lake City yesterday
is n mystery to most of the ollicials
about army headquarters. Assisting Ad
jutant Breck , who probably knows if ho
would only tell , replied la answering the
question of ( ho reporter yesterday
that it would hardly bo business like for
him to divulge the reason for the gen-
cral'ci sudden departure for the Mormon
capital. In reply to further questioning
ho said :
" 1 can assure you that there is no dis
turbance in Salt Lake City. " It was ru
mored nevertheless thq't the command
ing general was summoned to Fort Doug-
lii's. by reports that trouble was expected
iu that quarter.
Musical Festival Notes.
The management of the -Juno festival
have engaged , In addition to the array ol
great artists already announced , Miss
Dora Hcnnings who created the role oi
Zenobiu with such success as to win t
national reputation. Miss Hcnnings will
bo hoard only in the selections from
that opera in conjunction with Mmo.
Fursch-Madl and others.
Last night the tickets of the chorus
members were taken up prior to issuing
new tickets to those who have been faith-
ul in attendance. Those who have been
absent three rehearsals will bo excluded.
Mr. Saxo's drug store will bo the cen
tral ticket ollico of the musical festival.
For the Oroys.
The Athletic base ball club of this city
will hold a meeting on next Thursday
evening to make arrangements for play
ing a match game with1 the Fremont
Greys , at the latter place , on Saturday
next. The homo club beat the Groys last
year and claim they can do it this time
also. They comprise F. Anderson , Jas.
Mlllett , Jno. Parish , Felix Toner , Martin
Qua ley , D.in'l Glllen , Win. Shields , Jno.
McCreary , Frank McCrcary , John Ma-
houc.y and Tom Golden. They will leave
for Fremont on Saturday morning at
10:53 : o'clock.
Judge Neville presided yesterday
Foulk vs. Kennedy Manufacturing com
pany was dismissed. Two cases of the
Omaha Law library against Attorney
Wool worth and Attorney Shropshire were
also dismissed. Albrcch vs. Trcitschko
was continued till Monday. Steele vs.
McCormick was stricken from the docket
Sleehi vs. Titus was continued. Itryard
Hobble , in two cases ag.iinst Douglas
county , wore passen for one week. H ml-
dolstou vs. the Union Pacilio was placed
at the foot of the docket , and Borthold
vs. Guy was passed.
Funeral of Mlns Cuddy.
The funeral of Miss Sadie I , Cuddy ,
one of the teachers at the Deaf and Dumb
institute who died Monday took place
at four o'clock yesterday at the insti
tution. The remains were shipped this
evening to Minneapolis , accompanied by
the married sister of the deceased , Mrs.
M. L. Kyle. They had been carefully
embalmed by Mr. H. K. Burkot.
The death of Miss Cuddy , very sudden
as it was , has cast a deep gloom over the
institution , among the teachers and
pupils of which she was ardently loved
anil admired ,
An Antiquated Fire Queen.
The lirst steam lire engine Omaha ever
owned is now standing at the corner of
Ninth and Jackson streets. It was sold
some mouths ago as a piece of iiink and
brought the princely sum of $01. Tears
start to the eyes of the older tire boys , as
they puss the semblance of the former
queen of tlio llame , because when she was
in her prime and Omaha was otherwise
scantly supplied with the means of ex
tinguishing fires , she was indeed , dear
to every heart.
Salisbury Sells nt Last.
The property known as the Salisbury
estate bounded by Grace , Sixteenth and
Eighteenth and the Baiiman property ,
in all about live acres , has been sold by
the proprietors , Margaret B. and Orange
J. Salisbury , of Salt Lake , for S23.COJ.
The purchasers were the Omaha Real
Estate & Trust company , of which Sena
tor Saumlcrs is manager. The senator
has been agent of the property for some
tune , and it has always been considered
very desirable. _
Jerry Buck , NickWallaco , James Fox
and Thomas Powell arraigned for drunk
enness in police court yesterday , wore
discharged. An old toper , whoso only
name lor many years past , has been
"Baldhcaded Billy , " was lined $ i and
costs , and committed in default.
Eor Sale Household goods at No. TOO
North 1'Jth St. for two days.
Omaha does not , it seems , depend
upon California for all her fruit these
pleasant days , because yesterday 500
of strawberries wore brought
Eackagcs , B. & Q. , and delivered hero by
the American express company , from the
southern part of Illinois.
Lost A brown do with owner's name
( II. G. Kellogg , Pacilic Express , Omaha )
on his collar. Hair clipped from tail to
his neck. The Under will bo rewarded
by bunging the Mime to 1215 Farnam
The subject of women's work in the
missions will bo discussed to-day at
3 o'clock in Trinity cathedral by Sybol
Carter , of Chicago. The lady arrived
hero yesterday and was met at the
depot by Rev. Mr. Day and three young
tidies of Trinity parish.
Wnonyou conic to Lincoln , stop at the
Commercial Hotel , if you want home
oomforts. C. W. Kite HUN , Proprietor.
Personal Paragraph * .
A. A. Sullivan , a prominent attorney
of Plattsmouth is in the city. <
W. F. Merrill , of Burlington , Iowa ,
superintendent of the "Q" in Iowa , is in
Judge Wnkoly returned yesterday
from Chicago , wfiero ho loft Mra. Wakoly
on a visit to friends.
Court Carrier , the well-known union
ticket ollico agent , is in Idaho spending a
few weeks for the benefit of his health ,
F. M. titovcr , o ( Dos Moines , Iowa ,
traveling piifiritingor ugont ot the
AtchLson , ,1'opeka & Santa Fo , is in the
J. H. Uhck , superintendent of the telegraph -
graph construction for the Western
Union , with headquarters at St. Paul , is
in the city.
C. C. House ] , formerly of this city , now
of the east , who has been hero for the
past few days and unknown to most
people returned homo yesterday.
L. A. Garner , agent of the Wells Fargo
and American Express companies at the
B , & M. depot , has a prospective as
sistant in the boy born to him on Satur
day lust ,
A small lire on the dump called out the
Olllcor Burnish shot a mad dog on
lower Dodge street yesterday.
The Mutual Loan and Building asso
ciation has voted to issue a third series of
A sign on a North Sixteenth street es
tablishment spells coul j'urn In the follow
ing unique manner , "Kale-yard , "
The body of Henry Solomon , the
colored man who was found dead In his
bed Monday morning has been shipped
to Kansas City for interment.
Murphy , Creighton & Co. commenced
to deliver their curbing on Jackson and
Jones streets yesterday and will
commence paving on ne.\t Monday.
A Union Pacific engineer had one of
his lingers badly mashed while at work
in the upper yards this morning. Ho
was attended by Dr. Galbraitli.
The twenty-live mile riioo between
Tuuleld and Hourihan takes place ul
Lincoln to-day. The Omaha man
agrees to give Tullleld a start of twc
John W. MoDoualtl has been appointed
deputy ciiy marshal , Ho will net as om
of the jailers at the central station , Al
Sigwart being assigned to , general duty ,
Mr. McDonald is a capably and popular
gentleman , and will provoia valuable ac
quisition to the force ,
Poundmnster Hurloynppearcd in police
court yesterday ana ' lilbd complain !
nfTainst Olllcor White for Obstructing Ins
men while they wore running In cstray
cows. Mr. Hurley nllcgos that Mr.
White so intlmidatod his minions as to
cause them to lose ten cows which they
were taking to the pound. '
MRS. FREMONT ,
Iicnvcs From the Ijlfo of , a Itrllllnnl
nnd KutcrtnliilngVoinnn. .
Airs. Fremont , who wont to Washing
ton so ninnv years ago as pretty Jessie
Benton anil has passed through so many
varied experiences and strange vicissi
tudes since , has recently gone back there
for a short stay. Fortune has at last been
kind to the Pathfinder an 1 lie is now in
easier circumstances than for many
years. The Fremonts have taken a
house for a year , and these two distin
guished anil aged people are now hard at
work upon Gen. Fremont's memoirs
Mrs. Fremont has already given proof of
her literary talent , and tor some years
has been an industrioos contributor to
many periodicals nnd children's maga
zines. She is nominally Gen. Fremont's
secretary or amanuensis in the work ,
but the burbon of memory , arrangement ,
and composition is rather evenly divided
They found it necessary to go there and
stay , where Gen. Fremont could have
access to the old papers and reports , and
meet his old comrades in scenes that
would alone recall many things by
association. Mrs Fremont is a brilliant
and fascinating woman in conversation ,
and every ono listens to her delightedly
when a subject happens to draw her out.
She presided at a recent informal meet
ing at Senator Jones' house , called to
interest people iu helping to complete a
non-sectarian foundlings" home. The
subject is 0110,10 touch any one with a
heart .of sympathetic iibro in them , and
Mrs. Fremont had not only all the benev
olent and deep charity , but , much better ,
a practical knowledge of the working !
ot such institutions in Now York ami
London. Her informal talk to the ladies
vyus most interesting , and she had the hu
mor , the pathos , and the direct common
sense that the subject called for. Wash
ington is one of the worst places to cs-
taulish and maintain any charity , and for
the same reason has the most crying
need for thorn , because of the shifting
character of its people and the
few people of means really resi
dent there. In touching upon this
point , after describing the London insti
tution , Mrs. Fremont found occasion to
say that they could not hope to do in
Washington what had been done m Lon
don because everything was fixed nnd es
tablished thereand everything was uncer
tain , temporary , and transitory hero.
There were institutions than had enjoyed
parliamentary grants unhindered for 170
years , while in Washington every four
years brought its change and each ad
ministration reversed juid upset and
changed the officers of the last adminis
tration. At that point a < deniocratic sena
tor's wife burst in with a vehement : "No ,
indeed , they don't ! " and the foundlings
were forgotten while the company
laughed at that partisan , explosion of
MISS FOLSOM'S OLP LOVER.
Tells Some of the Socrqts of Sweet
heart Days , the NauRhty Man.
Lockport , N. Y. corrcsppndenco of the
Chicago Herald : After considerable
trouble your correspondent ferreted out
the Lockport gentleman who had the
honor of lirst winning Miss Frankie Fol-
som's regard during her school days at
Medina. When asked to relate some
thing of Frankic's Medina life , he said :
"Those were gay times. 1 met'Miss Folsom -
som some time ago and we enjoyed a
good laugh reviewing old reminiscences.
Her parents did not like me , and they
ustd to hinder our mooting. Somc of
the schemes we used to work to meet one
another out from under the paternal eye
are laiighabo | as I look back on them
now. rankio was so entirely lucking in
deceit that if I mot bur by apparent ucci
dent at the home of some mutual friend
and it como to the cars ot her relative
she would demurely toll the strict truth
if questioned , and then I wouldn't have a
chance to sec her again in a month.
G rover is to marry as beaut fill and noble
spirited a lady as our nation can boast
ot. No , I don't envy him , but that is be
cause I am a confirmed old bachelor. Do
I think the mutch one of much mutual
admirat'on ? Well , I don't know. I sur
mise that FrauMe's relatives had us much
to do with its making as any oijo. They
were always ambitious. That's one rea
son 1 did not Jind favor in their eyes in
my youth. "
Tills powilor never vnrlo * . A rani vol of purl
ty , strength and whoH umomias. Moro ucon
omlcul than tbo ordinary Umls , ami nuiiiot bo
gold in competition with the multitude ol low
test , short weight , nluiu or iihoeiiliato powders ,
fold only iu tnus. UOVAI. HAKJMI l'nURK Co. ,
103VnllBt , , Now Vork.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
u. s. DEPOSITOUY.
Omaha , Nebraska.
Capital . $500,000
Surplus . 100,000
Herman Kountzo , President.
John A. Crolghton"Vice President.
F. U. Davis , Cashier.
W. IL MeKQiiler , Ass't Cashlor.
TJ. S. DHFOSITOKSf.
S , W , Cor , Farnam i 12th Sts ,
Capital , $100,000
Surplus , - 15,000
C , > Y. HAMILTON Proaldont.
M. T. n AULO W. Ouhlor.
C. WILLH.AMUA'OX , Asst C.usjtor
- M. Ooldwcll , J. W. Hamilton , a PSinltU
r , Will
HATCHER , GADD & CO
Real Estate Brokers ,
Millard Hotel Block , Omaha , Neb.
Do a Purely Brokerage Business. Have
Have Farms and Land in all Parts of Nebraska and Iowa ,
Have school land leases for sale.
Have school land contracts for sale.
Have stock ranches for sale.
See HATCHER , GADD & Co. , if you want to
buy or sell property of any description.
Kemember the name and place ,
Millard Hotel Block , Omaha.
1216 Douglas st.
3th St , Cor. Capitol Avenue.
ron THE TUEATMENT op AM.
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
DR. McMENAMlY. Proprietor.
Hixleeu jenrs1 Hospital Elm
Wobuvo the facilities , nppnrntus and remedies
for the Biieccusfiil trcntmcntof oery form of dis.
case requiring either medical or surgical treatment ,
nnd I in Ho nil tocomonndlnvcstlgntofortlipmsehts
w correspond with its. Long experience. In ( rent-
Ins cases hy letter enables us to treat many cases
scientifically without Beelnc them ,
W1UTK FOR CinOULAU on Deformities and
Ilraces , Club Feet , Cnrvnturea of the Spine ,
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