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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; MONDAY. OQTOBEE ia 1880.
I f't\t PT I f 11 4 PIVO l i'PX 'P
A SPECIAL RACING E\ENF \ ,
The Great Tall Meeting of the Oranha Fair
OMAHA AND V/ESTERN LEAGUE.
Notes of thn r.lns-Clnireh Drillon-
tlon sonnto > * Oiiriunn Tito Ger
man Tliontor-li'iunl Lacon
ics nncl Other News.
- II J t-J ! * I
The managers of the Onmtt.i Fair n . o-
Ciutlon nrc to bo connrattiluted upon
tlitir siicces. , in providing n programmo
for tin ; fall meeting , wlnoli will bo held
nt thu drh hip pai ! on Tuesday , October
11) ) . The meeting will last but one day ,
but the Hi i nut or of the races is snob
that a larne attendance will doubtless bo
Jittrarled The special sluku raeo will hi !
fdV ? ! JM)0 ( ) , one ( if the lai- e.pinves ! ever
oft'cred for any ono race in the west. The
entries , are.
Harry Will.ei Ueeord , ! : ! ! } .
Chits Hilton ll eonl. S:1J. :
Arab Kceord , 'MiJ. (
In mlditliin to tins niiicnllii'Oiit pnr c
tlio aspiration will ndd ff-'M If 2:17 : is
For the second ruee , the 2:18 : oluss , fern
n inn-M' of $ K)0 ( ) , I lire an : three entries :
Kvi : Hi-cord. 2SO. .
, J. -Record , 'JITl. :
Kndvinlon IJcconl , 2 SI.
Perhaps no Mich nii'ff were cw arranged -
ranged for n western inuctiiifj before. It
is : i niro event , een upon tint eaitern
race courses , to tinil M\ such lior.sos us
Harry \VilkeM , Arab , Charles Hilton , K\u ,
i ) . L. and F.nihnmin entered for out ; day'n
iiroyramnie. Tins iiiannuerd of tlio fair
li.ivo reduced the udmiv > ion fets to lifly
oents In tint hope that they J ay secure
tlio alleiulanen that u meeting of snrh
jmiinitic'i deserve" . Keduoed rates ha\e
boon secured on all of this railroads lead
ing into the city. Horsemen all over the
Bttito are enthusiast ; over tin ; meeting
ntid confidently expect il to be one of the
flne.st ever held in the state and il doubt
less will bo. Such enterpriM ) iitioii the
imrt of the mina ! < ; c.iiient should bo very
OMI1 \ AM ) Til ID MCAGUIO.
lOni linsliihis Will
I'lic NC.M Season.
A Ihcly interest is beinjj takc.n in the
meeting that will bo culled at Handle's
cifjar More , on Koiiricenth street , at 8
u 'clock this ovum up : , to take .steps for
tbo formation of a stock company to
place a ball club in the lield for ne\t > ea-
son The Miueess of the \Votern h'ayno
for the season just closed has ; neiea "d
the interest tu the jiamu in the we-t uiul
yivt-s a'-suranee thai ne.\l .season'.s interest -
est in the game will bu even more
mailed. Omaha should have a club in
thofitiTii league ami I he feclin < ; is
general in other uwiis that will be in the.
association that llr . eih should be ivpre-
( jented. Alreail.y Che eiini ! and DCS
Moines have made application for ad
mission to the league. A le.ijjuc em-
brioin < ; St. Joe , l.eavenwortli , Tujiekn ,
Lincoln , Hastings , Omalia , Atch'.son or
( . 'hoyonno anil DCS .Moine.s or Council
IJIulis , would iloiibtless prove a ver.\ suc
cess till venture , as tlio rivalry between
tlio towns in tlio .stales named
would insure a largo attendance
nl ajl of the grumes. Il is proposed to or-
Kani/.t ) a stoek company with a capital at
least of $ , ' 1.000 ami commenuo at once
seenrinjr players for next season. Lin
coln-mill Ies ) iMoines liuvo already or-
guni/nd , Hustings is preparing to do. so
iiml it is necessary ( hat prompt , action
be taken before ! all of ( lie available play-
r in Iho'ef > tern league , at least , have
bc.cn outraged for ne\t season. Some of
the lending base ball enthusiasts have an
nounced tliuir intention of .subscribing
liberully to the entcrnri.-o , anil tlieorjjan-
i/.ution is practically asMirod. All lovers
of Iho gainowlio Inive an interest in nevt
year's sport should attend the meeting
Thuro will be no more base bull in
Omaha tbis year. The Delivers have dis
banded for tlio season and concluded all
their dates for games with the eastern
club.s. This will prevent tlio Louisvilles
nne tbo Spalding ninn from making their
proi > oe diftPW tour and cancel their
dates for games in Omaha.
The preliminaries have all been arranged -
ranged for tbo glovu contest between
Duncan AlcDonald ami James MeCor-
inacli. which will taku place at Cunning-
Immhall on Saturday evcnin,1 ; msxt. Holh
men arc now in active training for the
event. Mcl'oriuacit is ihe Chicago man
who bolted Al Marx in the recent contest
nt the exposition building. McDonald is
n native of Nova Scotia , and twenty-live
years old He Mauds sj\ feel , and iii con
dition scales till pounds. His lirst ap-
liearanco as a imgillst.i.s at Salt Lake ,
in January , 18S.1 , \ \ hen lie whipped Jack
KvmiR in two roumls for n nurse. He
next met and yamu.sliL'd | ! Jack Howie at
Helena , Mont. , for a purse. , in nineteen
umud.s , lasting two honr.s and twenty-live
minutes. In A lay , 181 , ho met"1'elo
JNlct'oy in a light to a linish. with kid
gloves , Queonsbury rules , at Itutlo City ,
lor f'.O'JO and gate receipts. McCoy
won , after u hard battle of thlrty-ono
rotmila , in two hours and thirteen milt-
ute.s , Mi'Donald Inr.l.e his right ham ! in
the light , tint managed to continue di.s-
ttliletlfor Use roumls Suliscimnutl.v , at
Itnttu , ho defeated 1'rofessor John Don
aldson and later vampr > hed Mdrs Me-
Mullin six roumls. In January , Ib'Sti ,
ho wnipppd Jfhn ( Murphy in ix roumls.
In February , 1 * 81 , ho fought to a draw
with John r. Clew , ami ten days later he
knocked out Con Orem in tlio second
round He. Mopped Frank Smith in four
rounds on June 3 , at Salt Lake City. On
July 1 ho whipped MIKe Fil/gerald , who
recently met Mnr.in this o'ty. Ho
knocked out Herbert Slado , the Maori ,
on Angusl SS , in Salt Luke City , In nine
TUP. MIXXKSOTA MltUU.i : WKIIHIT.
Mutt Mlchard on , the chaniilon ] middle
weight pugilist , arrived in the city yester
day unit is looking around for a match.
Ho wauls to meet any man in Nihrasku
or Iowa , weight 150 pounds , in a contest
with soft gloves for .v'J.10 a side , the win
ner to take the on tire gate receipts.
Itlchardson id being backed by Colonel
Forbes , and u match will probably bo
arranged for him at an curly date ,
Kd Hothory , who has been spending
two months in tlio east , is now in ( Juiney
nud will arrive home on Thmxlay even
KFNATOlt OOK.UAN ,
The Manager ol Clovcluml'e dun-
piiluu Visits Omaha.
Thcsppcial car "Delaware" of the Bal
timore & Ohio , came in from tlio west
on tlio I'lilon Pacific yesterday morning.
Its oenipanta were Senator Gorman ami
wife , daughters Ada , Hoddlo and Daisy ,
ami A , P. Gorman , Jr. , of Maryland.
Tbo party it ( once tool ; carriages for the
I'uxtou hotel where they remained during
the dav Snd last evening , The man who
lias u half interest in Marvland'ij repre
sentation in the United States scnato is
past middle nge , edging along toward 00.
about Iho nyerago height , of portly build
with \ full round gootl mtnr.il face
Biloruoil by close cropped gray dun
Ho was Ural brought iiuo pu -
lie prominence by liis connection with
the lirst national "base bull league and
later by his sucooysful management of
( Srovcr Cleveland's campaign in thocast.
He has been spending a month on a
pleasure trip through the west and is now
returning home from California. The
senator is evidently uti cnjoycr of his
domestic pleasures and surrounded ami
protected by his family , ho successfully
defeats all attempts made to interview
him upon political or other questions of. .
the day. The party will leave for the
cast to-day ,
The nv chapel of the reorganized
church of Latter Day Sainis at the cor
ner of ' 1 wenly-lirstand Oiaik streets , was
dedicated nt 100 : ! ! o'clock yoMcrduy. The
following is the programme of service :
1 Uiienlnt ; Antlictn Clmnt .
. . "IMnlse je the Lord. "
J Ujam 7C' . Saint's limp .
. --Oli , how thine car , lUerimt Oiiel"
Time : "Chant No. i4. ! "
! l SpniituielcR'on . liCliron. 0 ; l'-M-J v
4 ilecitative re'ponso In lesson .
"Thy woi d Isnl.unp. "
0 Hymn 7-W
"Wo dedicate to Thee this lui'iso wo
Tune : "The Kcnpci.O
Dcdlca'ury ' SPI mon .
. Jtv I'lo-'hlent Joseph Smith.
8 OITeitory. from IJonk of I'ovuniints.
"Tim Ltml hnlh lirotmht auuln.ion. . "
U Kinntielal leport of hiiilillni : cinnmittec ,
willi li'L'omineiiiliitioti' anil olteiliiK.
10 Hymni.G . "Met , Lord , to dictate. "
Time : "Ui'thaiiy. "
1'J ] l > mn.\Vliilenlllirteiitis.scilnm1dilven. ( "
Tune : " .My Iti'dcemcr. ' '
'Jinliell Itlnunr of Notre DIIIIIR nt
There could scarcely be a greater tlif-
fcrenuo between two pieces than lies be
tween that of "Artist Life" and tlio "Hell
Itinger of Notre Dame1 the two pieces
last played by the German company at
lloytl si. The former was lull of Inn , the
latter w < ighted witli sombre storv , which
terininules in a dual tragedy. Ami yet ,
the tale is interesting , though the risibles
of the aiidicnco is never apnealctl to
throughout the piece. Its initolding was
followed by the audience with breathless
attention , and , at limes , the excellent
acting secured enthusiastic apnluu.se.
A little child is stolen by the gypsies.
Twelve years later it ha grown to woman
hood , and attired alter the manner ot the
gypsies- , and as Ksmeralda Mrs. Itutiuris
attracts tlio attention ot" many admirers
and arouses an unholy love in the breast
of a hypocritical religious individual. A
voting nobleman , Mr. 1'uls , gains her
hive , and at the moment of its admission
is assassinated by the religions rival.
K-meralila i.s impri-onetl for the crime
and about to be punished when the ac
cepted lover appears and restrains the
penalty. Dnasiniodo , Mr. Sehmitz , the
bell-ringer , a hideous monster in appear
ance , but with a heart as tender as that
of a maid 'n , seize.- ? her inanimate form
and leads her tu his belfry in the church
de Xotro Dame , where he dclies those
who clamor for the limited woman. This
hcene is one ol intense interest and was
well worked and deservedly ap
plauded. Her evil genius follows her ,
dragjrs her avyay by a secret entrance ,
intending again to commit her to prison ,
when by accident , the .young woman tlis-
couers "her mother from .slit ! had been
bonarali d lor many years , Sim is sought
and tumid y the young nobleman , and
at the moment ol discovery , the boll-
ringer and the religious appear. The
former strangles the latter , but not be
fore he himself is fatally poniarded by
The .setting of the stage was admirable ,
and the costuming rieli and varied. Mrs.
It.iureis' part was : i trying one and was
delineated with great effect. Mrs. Tills
had but little to do , while Mr. I'uls made
an acceptable 1'lioebus. Mr. Ban-
rcis had a. thankless part
but played it with as much
care and success as if it made greater de
mands upon his powers. Mr. Dcnicku
appeared to advantage one of the o Ulcers
of the king. Mr. Scbmit/ made a hide1
ous Quasimodo , but gave it great study
and u consistent representation. Mr.
Lindemann played the minor parts as
sumed by him in usual excellent manner.
auxiliaries were well drilled.
Mr. Koch , as the religious gentleman
with unholy love , playeil his part with a
cooli.cs , deliberation and intensity that
made u unpleasant to contemplate.
The magnificent setting of the stage
together with all its business displaced
the excellent work of the experienced
hlsigo manager , Mr. Banrei-- .
MO\Y OUTFITS KOK XKWKI'Al'KKS.
The Oitialiu Type Kounilcy mill Sup
ply House tor I'rititer.s ami
The Western Newspaper Union at
Omaha is prepared at all limes to ontlit
pnblisl.ero on sbu > 't notice with pro sis ,
type , rules , border.s , inks , composition ,
sticks ami rules , and in tact everything
in tht ) linn of printers ami publishers'
supplies , Boiler terms anil morti liberal
prices ' 'an seemed than by sending to
Chicago or elsewhere. Save money by
buying near homo. Second band goods
in the printing line bought and bold. Wo
often have great bargains in this particu
lar , Sum ! for Tin : PIIINTKUS' Arxn.i vuv ,
our monthly trade journal , that gives
lists of goods and pi ices and from time
to time proclaims nni'rfuallcd bargains in
new and second hand material.
Wr.sTnii.s Nuwsi'.u'Ut Hxiov ,
12th Street , bet. Howard and Jackson ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
Tlic Mui-filml Heard
Marshal Cummings ami Olllcer Turn
bull left on Friday evening for u few
days hunt in the northern part of the
state Tlioy went apparently well lire-
pared for the trip but , as is usual with
hunting parties , forgot .some of the most
necusaary ei-nipments for an enjoyable
time as the following telegram received
at tlio police headquarters yesterday
afternoon will show :
MILLS S-i A i ION. Sunday , Oct. 17 , 'SO.
Send my oveicout ( pockets tilled ) liy next
train. Si-ad the jug that TinnlniU lett be
hind the now sale. Put in ! M ) mote bhclls
and don't I urge t the Jiiu. Send my clay pipe
and some tolKieco nml the jiiL' . ( iet bid for
our i-ainu from bulb sides in tbo gun club
shout and lemt'iabei tlio jug. T s U s
In the treatment of rheumatism , goul ,
neuralgia , sciatica. & . . Salvation Oil
should lie thoroughly rubbed in , It kills
pain. Prieo U'5 cents , . ,
Iilo ( the World.
The following births were reported to
City I'hy.-ieian Leisanring for the week
ending Saturday :
N. ami E , Leblngstun , D.ivcnpoit and
Eleventh Ktiets , a sou ,
Cunnul and Mina Lrotc , Lenvenwoith
street , a BOH ,
.limn and Mis. Pettlbnne. Tlinty-Svconu
ami r.illioinhi streets , a < iiiuihtur.
\\lillain and Anna Caitcielt , Fouitli and
\Vnlnat stieets , u U.uishtcr.
Mr. and Mis. LaU , OJI tiouth Soventeciith
stiect , a son.
Henry and Mollle Hayes , S113 Nicholas , a
John nnd F.llz.ibcth Smith , ' 9 UoiuUis
stieet , ndutijrliter.
August uml L'allifrlnu Ulitoff , .US Douglas
str.H't , n dmuhtur.
Cl.ucmlon ami HIIzu IJniues , Ninth and
Davenport , a jjlrl.
N'o Trnnlilo to Swallow
Dr. Plorce'd "l\-llets" ( the original "lit
tle liver pills1' ) and no pain or griping ,
euro s ck or bllbous hcudiuhe , sour stom-
: > ' , a-d c'euis.j ' tuc system aud bowels.
-j els aial. .
, - . . ! ssssaasxsaznxnrar-
PUAVblt AND nfcFOUSlAXIOX.
Uotli ij'coutncod at the Mission In
Thc mission at the Church of tlio Holy
Family , on the corner of Izard and
Eighteenth streoi. , us unnouiiced In thc o
columns , commenced yesterday. The
Ill-it exercises wore held during the 10
o'clock mass , which was chanted by Hcv.
11. A. ShalVel , S. .1. The opening sermon
was delivered by Hov. F. Bronsnesl , the
gentlomnn who is to conduct the oxer-
cises. He spoke upon the nature of the
mission , the object for which it was being
given , the necessity ot utlcnding it and
the spiritual favors which would cer
tainly bo enjoyed by the o who complied
with the requirements of the mission.
The church vviv ? tilled with people ,
most of whom belonged to the parish ,
though many came from parishes in oilier
parts of the city.
UFathcr Hroii'gcst is a stranger to
Oinahans , this being , it ; s believed , his
lirst visit to this city. He is a gentleman
ot middle ago ami of portly and command
ing presence. His lace is full and glows
vvitli health , while his features beam witli
Kindness and intelligence. His voice is
soft , and while lacking the resonance of
those of Fathers Daman and Lambert ,
wiio have preceded linn , is
yet audible and agreeable to
tliu ear. His style is simple
nnd practical and his words How In an
almost tinintcrruptu ! stream. They are
strong and expressive and insensibly
drop into the position which is best cal
culated to rentier them ell'eetivo. In Ins
elloit yesterday ho restrlined a desire , at
least the possibility , to rKo above tlio
level of an ordinary discourse , the idea
governing him Deeming to be to attract ,
impress and convince , rather than enter
tain at the expense of both. His speech
is intensified with a happy uccoinnuni-
ment of gesture which isgrueo iisclf.
This , while displacing the attainment
secured by early training , is yet
indulged in only when It is capable of
lidncing | a desirable ellect. It i.s u qual
ification not possessed by pulpit orators ,
as it is also dcsoralum winch frequently
detracts when indulged by untrained
.Father Brongeesl will preach every
night this week , u new subject being se
lected for each evening. He will bo
found most entertaining in all his dis
The Gas Well.
The stoek yards companj arc at work
sinking some moro wells in South Omaha
near tlio point where indications of
natural gas were found when a well was
sunk some weeks ago. Mr. Martin , who
is bore for tins purpose of sinking a well
for a .syndicateof goiitl-'men in the hope
of striking natural gas. is watching tlio
work on the sleek yards well and may bo
guided in his future experiments by the
results of tnis work.
Tlio Ho-ctli Itnltv.
The ea ° c brought by Mrs. Hoccth to get
posMcssion of her child from her mother ,
Mrs. Sampson , will bo continued before
Judge McCulloeh this morning. Mrs.
S.imp-jtm was married on Friday.to . Al
Ilixon , a hack driver with whom siie lias
been living for sonic time , thus heading
oil'tlie action of olaintifl' , who threatened
to have her arrested on the charge of
llnlitml Saiico Invaluable to all good
It u I Id ) UK Permits.
Superintendent \Vhitlock \ has issued
budding permits as follows :
II. Hanson , two 1 story finiue cot-
raijos , Tenth and Dovers S 1,000
Andrew PJouler two story bilclcstoic ,
Thiiteenth and Williams 5,000
Lcavltt Burnhain , 1 story brick stoics
and dwelling , Sanndors and Hamil
0 , Ar K. C. AMord , \ " story frame
dwelling , Tvventy-Iiistand Lake. . . l.SCO
Mis. Anna.I. lluestis , 'i stoiy frame
ro : > hleiicc , Pierce , near Twcntytilth 2,000
Five permits aguiegating § 21,300
HalCoril Sauce makes your food moro
KIKOIIAFOLD In this city , October 17 , at
iiOU : a. m. . Ina , daughter of Alfred and
Amanda Kliehatold , agrd 2 years and 4
Funeral will take plneo to-day nt 2:00 : p. m. ,
from the family icsldcncc , Tlility-lirst and
( 'nmlngs streets. Kilends Invited.
.MILLS In this city , October in , ( inbilcttn ,
daiiKlitei of James nnd Alllco Mills , aged
Funeral will take place at 1 o'clock this
aftcinoou I'm in the icsidence , No. 1711 South
'twelfth stieet. Filends nio invited.
An exchange says : Tjiero are moro
puns in-ide on Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup ,
free of charge , than are paid for by their
owners. A good thing deserves the no
tice of tl'c press.
An lovvii llur lnry.
The police wore notified yesterday to
look out for the person or persons who
burglarized the store of K. J. Strobridge ,
at Shelby , la. , on Saturday night. The
burglars secured ? nOO in c.isli ami $000
worth of notes. The shoriu" of Shelby
county oilers a reward of $100 for the
capture of the burglars.
Strengthen yourself physically by usiiic ;
Hod Star Cough Cure. No opiates. S3
To-night Iho great comedy entitled ,
"Ireland As It Is , " will be presented by
the American Theatre company. This is
ono ot the strongest Irish comedies ever
written , Introducing Irish songs , dances ,
etc. Popular prices , 15 , 25 , and ! 33 cents.
Matinee Saturday at p. m.
Hem.irknblo euros by St. Jacobs Oil de
light sulVerers , and convince the Incredu
Less than IS per cent of the city taxes
for 1H85 remains unpaid. This is an un
usually good showing. The sale of real
estate for delinquent tuxes will bo com
menced on November 1.
L. W. Webb , of Demson , la. , is In the
L. J. Truynor , of Scotia , Is in the
H. 11. Kilpatrlok , of Beatrice , is in the
II. A. Stokes , of 'ehon , is nt the Mil-
. J.M. Summers , of Tecnniboli , Is nt tbo
Jesse Davis , of Blair , Suiidaycd in
11. H. Leo , of Columbus , Is at the Mer
( J. S , Morgan , ot Pcoria , Sundayed in
11. W. Brown , of Red Cloud , is at the
J. S. ( iHcrest , of DCS Moines , Sundayod
( S. K. Hunt , proprietor of the Kmplro
Mills at Holdretlge , is at the Metropoli
tan.j ( , II , Anderson , u deputy United
Slates marshal of Wyoming , is at tha
Dr. Hamilton Warren , Eclectic Physi
cian and Surgeon , Room U , Crounse
block corner 16th ami Capitol avenue
Day ami night calls promptly uttontoit to
The collections nt thfc ftitcrnal revenue
oflice Saturday were $ MPOO.
Oflicer Turkclson , driver of the "hurry
up' ' wagon , is on the rfick liat again.
'Hie board of public Works had its
regular meeting SnlnrdAy night , but
transacted no business t > f any import
\ \ llliam Bywater wns arrested by Olfi-
per McHrnto yosterdayyfot breaking up a
heating apparatus that was lying on the
sidewstlk near the iron bank.
never vnrto * . A mnrro of pur-
ty , strctiKtli \vholosotneno < s. More econ
omical thiin tlio ordinary kinds nnd cnnnt ba
laid Incnmiiotlllon with the imiHHmlo of lo\r
test , short wolght nlura or nlmipnnto luiwdors.
Sold only In ean . HOYAL HAKINO I'OWOER Co
IftSWiill at. . .Vew York
PACIFIC HOTEL , NO , 12 emr ,
Chtuugo , 111. Now V k City.
irlrca untl Insttiiiltincotis
V ; r YORK ,
Members New York Stock
Members New York Cotton Exchange.
Members Chicago IJoarrt of Trade.
Members New York Produce Exchange
Omaha Correspondents McWhnrtor &
Rollins Omaha .National Bank Building.
Grey Iron Castings.
Castings Warranted Soft and True to
Pattern. Nickel Plating , Bronzing
J. BOWYER , PROPRIETOR ,
\iSTMLISHED USED ( NAIL
3.55'Sr © .
BfER mm PARIS OF THE
53 COLES ; WORLD
land rrlcrann ui'i'llcatlon. hold by
All the best ( . 'nrrlntre lltillficrHr.nd Dealers.
CINCINNATI. I' ' . S. A.
CutJlo AdftTbk , COO-aiN.
OSOAR HANSEN ,
Olllcu HIS. Hth stti-ot.
Iloolfl ; opoucd , iioid'd , c.Mtininc'il mill lialnn
oil. 'J'nidoBniens' tillla , Icllui's uto. , written
lioir plaoo ot
ART JEWEL m GRAPIIIG
Ilnrd Conl Humors Imvo tlio boU record In
Omnlnu Klc 'iint in iipiioainnce. Tnlilo nnd
uooUet ciillorr , luuciiaiili1 * tools.stovos.nalU.ttc
1'Al'I.SIIN & MU.I.KIl ,
Ul&Kortb lUtli sti-oet.
K D , HEAD ,
Carpenter and Builder ,
FINE CABINKT WOHK A SJ'KCl A I/IT.
Telephnu fao ,
SOU South SIse lli Slrccl.
To expect tvJtcn an enterprising Jinn bends all its energies towa-i'tl
fnrnitiJiinf/ select stoeJz of choice Clvthiny for Men antl Xloys , at lower
prices , that tltey must secure the Jtiylicst possible success. &ucft a firm
is the NEBRASKA. CLOTHING < 7 . , oUnutha. .
Some of tJic people who call upotitlietn tlaily iinagitictbectttsct7tey
.are selliity at such 7otv fif/tirest/ttt the yoods are inferior quality. SncJi is
not the case , as they tire actually selliny tJie same quality , in preferable
styles , from $3 to ffttO lessoncuch suit than is ashed by other dealers. If
you flo not wish to buy Just now , calt , looh around antt see 1he enor
mous assortment of clothing and othet filings for Jt en , .K t/w and
Children , Their courteous salesmen will politely shoiv you through
and also convince you that all goods are sold at strictly oneprice by
Cor. Douglas and 14tli sts. , Omaha.
SPECIAL STAKE RACE. TOTAL PURSE ,
WZLKES , : Record 2
CHAS. HILTON. :
ARAB , : : : :
$500 ADDITIONAL IF g17 IS BEATEN.
2:18 : CLASS. THREE ENTRIES. PURSE , $800.
EVA , : : : Record
ENDYMION , : "
ADMISSION TO ENTIRE GROUNDS , ffO CENTS. Belt Railway
J&uns Every Half Hour.
13th St.Cor. Capitol Avenue ,
r < Tin : TPKATMJ'NT or AIL
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
DR. McMENArJJY , Prop ! oto , .
.Silicon yu..ra' lloejmal ami 1'rivato I'raetlco
Woliava the futilities , npmr | liii and ii-inullci
for tbo eucccstfiit treatment of o\cry form of ( tic.
, i fl r milrliij ) cither im-cllcnl ur uirglrnl treatment ,
n i id lautciUl toc'imoiiiul Invittlc'ituf' rlhcmstlvn
, , \llh n . J.on.j experience in
; enc liy letter en'.blm us t' > treat many
to'.eniillrf iff M Ittiiiut veiling them
WRITK "OU C'lUOUI.AH on Dpformltlci nncj
Ilrncc * , Club Iroct , CurvaturiM of tlio Hpino
DltKAurs op WOMKS , Pilee , Tumor' , Cuncon ,
Cntnrrli , nrunclilll0 , Initiation , Klcctriclty , rurul-
yl , Kpllcpey , Kidney , Kye , Kar , bliu , llload nuil
ull BjrKical opprallnim.
Ilitttorlm , IiiliulorN , llrarrn , TnitMMi , unit
nil klniU of Jlcdlcnl nnd Kiirylciil App lances , mini-
iifactnrcd Hini for Mlo
Thi only rallaMc n'cdlcal Inst.tulo miking
Private , Special f Nervous Diseases
' ' ' '
A Kl'Kl I/VI.'IY.
AII , COXTAOIOVS AN ! ) IILOOP PISKASKS.
from Im urcau oiiroducod , rnccpniirnlly trejtcd.
Wn can rcuiovo ri/hilitlo [ jiulion from IhotjiUiu
without uifrcury ,
Nevr restorative trfat'iirnt for lots of vital powrr
A Mi COMMUNlfATIONS L'UNKIUUNTIAI.
Cell and roniiiltu * or send natno and pont-oftlcc
iiddrrti pluliiljr written rnclotu Llaini [ , uud wu
ulll fend you. In pbln v.rapiii-r , our
PniVATli CinCULAR TO MEN
WON 1'jiiriTB , Si-ncui. AM > NKIITOUS DisnAf EH ,
HCWINAIi VVrAKNEDS , Ht'Kl'.WATOHIllHKi , IltrOIKK-
ur , Hvi'iiii.13 , QoxonuiKRA , GMCT , YAinrncEi.it ,
HTIllCTUnE , AM ) All , IllfKltES ! > TUB OKMTK-
UtiiKARV OnuAKu , or tend history of your ca o for
JVrbons unable \liltuemaybo treated at their
liomcg , by rorrci < poudcncc. Mcdlclncn and Instru
ment * mnt liy mull nrcsnroiHUCLUCIiY TACK-
Kl > r'UO.M OIWI1HV.VJ1OX no marki to Indicate
rontrnls or Bender. Ono pcr on&l Intcrvlnr pra
failed If convenient , i'lfty rooms for Iho tcconv
niodatlon of patlcnti Uanrd nuil nttsndancg 41
reasonable pilcci. Addreet all l.cttcro to
ODKilu Medical and Surgical Institute ,
Cor. 13th SL and Caoltal AreOMAHA. . NEB.
GOLD UED&L. FAHI8. 1873.
7 Warranted abiolnlfli/ pure
Cocoa , from which the cxccaa of
Oil lm boon removed. It lint thru
tltnet the tinn j\ ! of Cocoa mixed
with BUrch , Arrowroot br Sugar ,
and la the rcforo far more economi
cal , carting ttit Han one ctnt a
fjp. It U dcllcloui , nourl.hlnf ,
( trcagthenlng , cully dljtitcd , an < l
admirably oJaptcil for lu\alld <
well a for pcrnoni in litillb ,
( Sold by UrocmTererj nucre.
BAKER & GO , , Dorclicster , Mass ,
RELIABLE JEWELER ,
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The hirpost stock , i'ricfs the lowtist. Hcpnirlng n specially. All work warrant
ed. Corner Douglas and loth streets , Omaha ,
Brolllnc cnn bo done In the oven of llio
Cliulcr : Unk Jniiju ! ; or btovo\vltli thu Wire
( iaiuoOvou Door , uioiuiicrfuctlyllianover
Mm llvo coals.
Jny the fltnalc , cliopq. hnm or fish on n
wlioiirollororiiiuiit rack , jilaoliiL'it In nu
o all miry lukoraii ( ouatch thodilpphi ) ; ! ! .
Allow it toiunialn In the uvuu willi tlio
door closed 15 or SiO minutes. No tuinliiK
I.s leqnlrcil. A t the rnd of thli time It will
ho Jound nicely cooKed ready to aurvo.
THIS is THI : IDEAI , WAV TO inioiii .MIATS. :
Tlicio In no taint of coal-gas or snioku ,
nnd the meats are more tender and heller In
llavor than those htoik'd over the coals.
The convenience or hiolllni' In tlio oven
will bo appreciated bvcveiy liouso-kceper ,
nnd adds another to tlio many icusoiw why
the Charter Oak Jtaii o or Hlovu with the
\\\ra \ Oan/o Oven Door Bhotild bo ] ) ielerred
ull othcis now in the * uiatket.
SEND rcn IUUSTRAUD CIRCUURS AUO Pnii'E LISTS. to
CHARTER OAK BTOVE3 and EANOEB are COLD I IT NEBRASKA ai follows :
MII.TON ROGEKS&SONS OMAHA. TANNKI.L&SWKKNKV. I'A
1' . K1JNNICY , GORDON. OE'lILKft KAOHK , . . . , FR.
I5ALLAS& I.UTSON , HASTINGS. N J. JOHNSON , . . . . NOKTII HBNU.
K. C. I1KKWKK. . . . . . . HAV SIHIKOS. \.y \ McCAFI'liKTV. O'Ni'iM , CITY.
II AIKDfiCO. NUIKAIKA CITY. H HAZLKWOOD , OICIOL * .
W. F. TEMI'I-EION , NELSON. J. S OUKK 1'l.Ai-rsnoUTir.
I 1) ) STUKUKVANT & SON ATKINSON A. I'KAUSON. HIEKLINC.
J.KAKS&CO CIIADKOH. J G. OKJ'.KN. STUOHSUUKO.
KKAUHE , I.UIIKCK d WELCH , . Coi UHBUS. 1.A I'ADDEN R HON. burmioi.
OLDS 1IUOS KuiiAH ri.MMKIlMAN KcrUAKrit VIKUON.
THE G. E. MAYNE BESL ESTATE ans ! TfSUST GO.
S. W. COSt. J5ti ! AM > FAK.\A.1I , O.WAIIA.
Froportyofcwory description for eule m ull parts of the city , hands for Bale lu
every county in Nepraska.
A COSIPLKTK SBT OF AI5STHACTS
Of Titles of Donclas county kept. Mans of thn city Hlalo or county , or any other
information deaiiuU , furnidhud 'co of chur u npun application ,
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP N
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AN.D LIME.
To Corsumptivei Many have bjn Inppy
to KOVO Iheir testimony In favor or tlio n-c of
"W ilboi-'s I'uro Co 1 I.l r Oil uud Mino. " i.e- : |
rlcnco 1ms prove 1 It to lion vnluuhlo retnodv
for CoiHiiiuiiUon , Atlluim. Ulplitlierla mil all
dlscft-es of tlio thro it nuillnn s. MHiiulu'tur-
iul only liy A. II. WILllUli , Ibumlst , Ho ton.
Bold by ull drugjribU.
N.W. Cor. 14ti ! and Dnnglus 5l ,
Practlco limlteil to Discuses of tliu
EYE , EAR. NOSE AND THROAT ,
Glasses fitted for all forms of dafuatlva
Yblou. Artitloial Kyod luserted.
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