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8 ( THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , APKID 11 , 1887.
RETURNED THE COMPLIMENT ,
The DCS Moincs Team Defeated by tlio
NOTES OF EASTER OBSERVANCE
Slnklnir n Conl Shaft A Church
Jtohbcry A 8ntl Dcnth Ar-
rcntcil for Mnll llobbcry
Oilier Local Ncwfl.
The Homo Tcnm AVIns.
Nearly .1,000 , people crowded Athletic
park yesterday afternoon to witness tlio
second name between the Dos Moincs
and Onmlni teams one of the most Inter
esting panics ever played in the city.
The les ) Moincs men wcro confident of
success on the strength of their walk
away on Saturday and the DCS Monies
visitors , about 100 in number , worn ready
to back their sluggers for any amount.
They had reckoned without their host.
however , and wcro defeated almost as
badly as the homo team was on Satur
day. O'Lcary , the left-handed twlrlcr ,
was in the pitcher's box , and gave the
I Des Monies team a sample of southern
pitching that paraly/.ed them. Kreh-
mcyer caught an excellent game , while
the work of the Holders was simply great.
Tito contest by innings was as follows :
Omaha Bader , Walsh and Dwycr were
retired at first.
Des Moines La Rocquc made first on
Mcssit's error. Sutcliflb How out to
Badcr. Alwood made a two-bagger ,
sending La Hocquo homo. Whiteloy
took first on balls and came homo with
Alvord on Faat/'s single. Brosman
reached a two-bagger and sent Faatz
homo , Bryan went out on a tip to
Dwyer and Van Dyke retired on a foul to
Omaha Brimblccom hit for a single
and made second by an accident , the first
baseman being struck on the head by a
/ ball from the pitcher. Krehmoycr How
' out to right. Messltt got first on balls
and came homo with lirhnblccoin on
Kourko's hit. Kourko went to second on
Genins1 single , and was forced out on
Bailor's single. O'Leary made first on a
single , leaving the bases full. Walsh
rapped the sphcro for n daisy cutter to
left and had two or tlirco runs assured
when O'L-cary was called out for inter
fering with the batted ball , leaving the
Des Moincs Bittcl was retired at first.
LaKocquo rnado a single and went to
third on Hourko's wild throw , and uamo
homo on SutcliH'e's hit to center. Sut-
clillb was caught at second and Alvord
Omaha Dwyer made first on Bros-
man's ( fumble and second on Kroh-
moyer's three-bagger , Brimbleeom re
tiring at first on a sacrifice. Krohmoyor
was caught at homo and Mcssitt retired
at first by Alvord.
: Dos Moincs Whitely made first on
, ' balls. Faatz hit to Walsh who made a
double with Uonlus and Dwyer retiring
Whitely and Faatz. Bryan went out on
a tip to Dwyer.
Omaha Genins made first on balls
nnd stele his way homo. O'Leary made
a single but was caught napping at iirst.
Under hit and was assisted homo by
Walsh who in turn scored with Dwyer
on lirimblccom's hit. Krchmoyer fouled
out and Mcssitt was caught at first.
DCS Moincs Van Dyke sent a foul to
left which was corralled by Badpr , while
O'Lcary cot in his work and fanned Bit
tcl and La Rocquo out.
Omaha Rourko retired at first by
Alvord'f assist. Genius went out on
a fly to Alvord. O'Leary hit and was ad
vanced by Badcr and came homo with
him on Walsh's thrco-baggcr. Dwycr
How out to Brosman.
Dos Moinns Sutcliflb wont out at first
on O.Loary's assist. Alvord made first
on Walsh's error and wont out with
Whitoloy on a double play by Walsh ana
Omaha Brimblecom drove the sphere
into the shed in the northwest corner of
the park and made third and scored on
Krohruoycr's single. Krohmeyor was
caught at first. Mcssitt was retired at
first by Brosmau's assist. Rourko struck
out.DCS Moincs Faatz hit for a two-bag
ger , sneaked third and came homo on a
passed ball. Brosman got Iirst on balls.
Bryan took first on dead ball. Van
D.VKO wont out at first , advancing Bryan
and Brosman , who scored on Bittol's'hit.
Sutcliflb was thrown out at first and Bittlo
was caucht at third by a splendid throw
Omaha Gennis made first on tip , stele
second and third and scored on O'Leary's
hit. Under hit and made second on cen
ter's error , advancing O'Lcary to third.
Walsh made a single and O'Lcary was
caught at homo. Dwyor's hit brought
Bailer and Walsh homo and ho followed
on a passed ball. Brimblecom wont out
at first on Alvord's assist and Krohuioyer
followed his example.
DCS Moincs Alvord and Whitely struck
out. Faat/ made a double bagger and
scored on Brosman'a .hit. Bryan wont
out at first on Uourko's assist.
This closed the game , as the DCS Moincs
team had to take the evening train for
homo. The detailed score Is as follows :
.r.nillwu iiuua &sua iAifllllo s , Ulimilil , .
Two-base lilts Alvord. Jirosman , a
Fn tr,3. Three-base hits Wnlsu , llrliuble-
corn , Krehmeyrr.
Sacrltlcolllts BrimblecomMesslt , Brvnn
Banes on Ualls-Whltely u , Hrosman , Mes
slit , ( lenlns. Bases stolen CSenlns 3 , Fuat ;
8 , llader. DwyerS.
l'a e Bftlfs-Krchmeyer 1 , Faatz t.
Tlio wore by Innings wns ns follows :
Omaha 0 a 1 4 3 1 4 14
Vvi Molnes 4 0
U'Loary is a daisy.
Mnnneor Uamllo is happy.
Wlm nays the Omaha boys cai.'t play
TlinOinnha team will go to DesMoIncs
/ \ViiiltiCtttlay ovunlng for three games
AJnni.Kor llamllo has released Vouch
* /i / of tlio moil engaged aa a pitcher
jiff Will K < > to AtohiBon.
'litti lroot cnr company had a half
< < / / / * Plr onrf on the green line ant
fftftxl lot tlio tttlonilaitco reasonably well
'Jtltd lli1lniic WM the largest that eve
* # Mt1 H bttli Jffttiio la Ouiftba uud the
argrst that the Des Moincs team has
) laycd to tins season.
A repetition of the disgraceful throw-
ng of cushions that followed yesterday's
; amu will be stopped on the new ground ,
y the employment of a number of spec-
Colonel J. II. MuLuiighlln , the wrestler ,
irrivcd In the city yesterday with his son
'red , and is stopping at the I'axtou. The
oloncl has recovered from his recent
ovnre illnt.-.ss anil will be In good trim
or his match with Moth on Thursday
Gontl Hyo , John.
The police have shut down on prize
Ighting and robbed Johnny Clew of his
ocation. Clew loaves to-day for Minim-
npolls , where ho will join Klllen In a
purring exhibition tour under li.it Mas-
Thn Dny Appropriately Observed In
the diuretic * ) of the City.
In all of the churches of the city yester
day special services were hold , the pro
grammes as published in these columns
yesterday being very generally carried
out.Tho magnificent musical programme
arranged lor Trinity cathedral was car
ried out to perfection. The organ , altar ,
chancel and baptismal fount were all
beautifully decorated with llowcrs of the
purest white and sweetest pcrfumo. In
the evening over ono thousand persons
persons crowded the largo church to al
most suffocation. Tlio Mendelssohn
quartette , tlio surplice choir anil a grand
chorus from St. Cecelia jejety , mak
ing over sovcnty-iivo voices were
assisted by tlio J isical Union
orchestra in prose * ing a rare
treat in harmony. Mrs Cotton sang the
offertory anthem solo , "I Will Extol
Thee , " with beautiful effect , and Mr.
Franco sang , in excellent voice , a solo in
the anthem , "Worthy is the Lamb. " The
choruses were grand , evincing careful
and successful training. No superior
music has over been heard in anv sacrctl
edilico in Omaha. Dean Gardner , who
had inspired the perfection of tlio pro
gramme , and the local artists who took
part were tiio recipients of many con
gratulations after the services were con
At St. Phllomcna Cathedral pontltical
high mass was celebrated at 10:80 : a. m.
Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Connor was the cclo-
brant , with Rev. Fr. McCarthy as deacon ,
Rev. Fr. Boyle as sub-deacon , Rev. Fr.
Kollv as assistant priest and Roy. Fr.
Calaneri as master ot ceremonies. The
music was most carefully arranged and
the services wcro throughout very im
pressive and pleasing. In tlio ollertory
Miss Arnold sang "Avo Maria" from
Verdi's last and greatest opera "Othello , "
with striking vocal cilect.
Easter was very much enjoyed yester
day at the First Congregational church.
Under the skillful direction of Mrs.
Clark Woodman , the altar was most
tastefully decorated with folhuro plants
and beautiful llowcrs , ohiolly white
lillies , of which there wcro a very largo
number. Beautiful baskets of cut llowcrs
also rested upon the railing in front of
each of the choir and hung upon the
organ. These with other vases of llowcrs
and trailing vines of smilax contributed
to make an effect , which oven Mrs.
Woodman 1ms not bcforo equalled.
By the faithful training of Mr. Will
Tabor , who is both organist and leader ,
the choir of this church , so well known
in the city , were thoroughly prepared
with the Easter music and from beginning -
ginning to close , with anthems , solos
and selections , they fairly bore away the
hearts of the congregation and lilted
them into the songs and joys of the now
heaven. Especially beautiful was the
solo , "I Know that My Redeemer
Liveth , " sung with sweetness and power
by Mrs. C. E. Squires , and not less en
joyed was the solo by Mr. Brigham.
The largo audience room was thronged
to its utmost capacity , and
all the congregation joined
in the reading of scripture selections and
the singing of the Easter hymns. A
thank offering of $100 was made , which
will bo given to ono of the mission
churches of the city. In the
evening a very largo audience
again gathered to the Easier Sabbath
school concert , which was conducted by
tlio olliciont superintendent , Mr. A. P.
Tukoy. It was not too long , but just
long enough , anil every part was well
rendered. The Sabbath school is pro
gressing finely , and every part of this
church seems in a nourishing condition.
The elaborate programmes prepared at
All Saints , St. Barnabas , the St. Mary's
ayonuo Congregational and the Dougo
street Presbrtonan churches , were car
ried out to the great satisfaction and edi
fication ot tbo happy audiences that
thronged those houses of worship. The
north Presbyterian church was crowded ,
pulpit very prettily decorated
with various choice plants and
llowcrs. A choir consisting of
John Reed and wife. Mrs. Case and
Arthur VanKurran rendered the anthems
and songs with spirit and with splendid
effect. Rev. Wm. R. Henderson preached
from the text I Corinthians , IS : W : "But
now is Christ risen from the dead , and
become the iirst fruits of them that slept. "
Four Times Afflicted.
The remains of Emmett , the four-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Me-
Uraw. were taken to his last resting place
in the Holy Sophulchre cemetery yester
day afternoon. This is the fourth time
Mr. and Mrs. McGraw have been afflicted
during the past month. Four weeks ago
the funerals of three of their children
were held on three successive days.
"Augustus , dear , " said she to her ?
washed but lovable intended , tenderly
pushing him from her , as the moonlight
Hooded the olllco court whore they were
standing , " 1 think you had better try
some other hair dye your mustache
like . " Kirk's "
tastes turpentine. Try "Ju
venile" Toilet Soap ye unwashed.
Arrested For Mall Robbery.
Frank Jackson , a Beatrice detective ,
yesterday arrested William Wilbur in
this city on tlio charge of having robbed
the postofllco at Pickrcl , a small town in
Gage county. The postotlico in Pickrel
has been robbed three times within the
past six months. The case against Wil
bur is a very strong ono. Ill will bo
takou to Beatrice to-day.
SIARSTI llonry , son of E. A. nnd Amelia
Mursh , aged 3 years , 0 mouths and 23 days.
Funeral from the residence of the
parents , 004 North Sixteenth street , Tues
day at 3 p. m. Friends of the family are in
vited to bo present
Thlnga to Kotneinber.
Remember Briggs Place will bo on the
market this week.
Remember Briggs Place is traversed by
ilarney , Faruam , Douglas , Dodge , Capi
tal avenue and Davenport streets.
Remember that a handsome depot on
the Belt Line will bo built in Briggs , and
passenger trains will bo running in June.
Remember that Farnam street car line
will bo built to a junction with the Bolt
Line at once , to say nothing of the pros
pect of a Cable Line on Dodge street.
Remember this is the most desirable
property within a radlousof two miles of
the Omaha PostoOico.
Remember that the terms are easy and
prices attractive. Wo want you to see
this property , and we offer you a free
ride to it. To see it is to be convinced of
its desirability as an investment , as a
speculation , or aa u location for a homo.
C. E. aiAYNE ,
A BIG THING FOR OMAHA
A Street Car Line Being Built with
A IJtisy Scene A Man UIio Moro
Than Keeps ills I'roinlHU.
The busiest scene about Omaha is
> robably out the Military Boulevard ,
vhcro over one hundred men arc at work
nuldingiho motor line to Benson. So
ittlc has been said about this and so
rapidly and quietly the work has pro
gressed that it deserves special notice.
t Is a most important factor in Omaha's
ransportation facilities , and as a private
enterprise is a very remarkable one.
When Benson was put on the market
ast winter it was advertised that a street
car line would be built to it by next
September. This many who did not
Jiiow the proprietor said this would
lever bo done. There is now no room
oft for doubt , over one hundred men
ire at work on the line and it is nearly
completed and spring has not yet
opened. The line is not only built
ooncr by a third of a year than was
iromiscd but it extends much farther out
Military Boulevard than was over prom-
seder expected and the manner in which
t is to be equipped is beyond promise.
It is now definitely settled that the
J.tldwin Noiseless Sinoko Consuming
ilotor will be used on this line. The
nine as arc in use at Kansas City and
ilinucapolis. These motors arc as rapid
and noiseless as a cable car. This line is
not only a big thing for Benson but for
ill the North West part of the city as it
adds greatly to the transportation facili-
No ono now doubts but that Mr. Bon-
on is going to do what ho said ho would
lo for this addition , make it the finest
md most beautiful suburb of any city
n the west. To give forty acres of valu-
ible around for a park and ask not a
cent for it is a donation which would
care most men. Mr. Benson is a care-
ul observer , a man of very extensive
ravel and observation and ho has tin-
united faith in Omaha's wonderful
tituro and is spending his money accord-
J. D. Riley , Real EsTate Broker , Hast-
ngs , Nob. References : City Nat'l ' bank
ind Adams County bank.
A Siul Death.
Saturday afternoon an aged lady
named Mrs. Hill met with an accident
vhich in n short tinio unfortunately re-
ultod in her death. She was moving
nto Mr. Burham's house on North Scv-
ntconth street , one-half a block above
> lark. She approached the front door of
ho residence , which is at the top of sev-
sral steps without a landing. She had
wo bundles in her arms , and had opened
ho storm door , whnn a gust of wind
rom tlio north blew the door back
against her. striking her with great force
on the temple. The poor lady was
tunned by the blow and knocked baek-
vard from the stops falling to the ground
uid rupUirmng a blood-vessel as she
cjl. She died soon afterwards. Mrs.
1111 with her son had but recently como
o reside in this city.
An Undisputed Test of Merit.
A medicine that has been a houshold
remedy for over fifty vcars and used in
that time by moro than 150,000,000 per
sons must have great merit. Such a
nedicino is found in BitANDUETH's PILLS.
This fact illustrates the value of
those pills better than any statement
of the proprietors. It will bo ob-
sowed that the dose required to euro
s small. One or two pills taken every
night for ton or twenty days will euro
lyspepsia , costivones , rheumatism ; liver
complaint , all female complaints and
The tjRHt Kim.
The late police record this morning
was as follows :
James Barry and Frank Bess , of the
llalhday Comedy company , fighting.
Frank Davis , suspicious character , ar
rested while nosing around St. Philo-
J. Maehtembel , assault ami battery.
A tailor named Kirscher was intluon-
tially held up by a man who presented a
revolver at his head on Thirteenth street
ton yards from Farnam , at 3 o'clock this
morning. Two men came around' the
corner and the highwaymen ran.
Prices of real estate in Omaha have
steadily advanced for years in all parts
of the city. There is no excoption-to this.
Prices are still much below other towns
of less protcntions. Omaha has never
been on a boom , but I want to say to my
friends , get in now , for the boom will bo
on us in less than torty days. The profit
on an investment made now in Briggs
Place , South Omaha , or Benson will , I
think , surprise you ,
C. E. MAYNE.
A Coal Shaft to bo Sunk.
Mr. P. E. Her on Saturday last closed
a contract for the building of a shaft
which is soon to bo constructed to work
the coal deposit which , it hits now been
ascertained , lies beneath this city. In
behalf of his associates ho purchased a
largo quantity of the iron of the old
Union Pacific brldgo , which will bo made
usu of in the construction of the bridge.
It is not yet announced where the shaft
will bo located.
Hood's ' Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself
and superior to all other propaiations in
strength , economy and medicinal merit
The proof reader made the BEU place
the Oriental Parlors display advertise
ment Popploton avenue , when it should
have been Capitol avenue.
I want to give a free ridoto thcso skep
tical gentlemen who thought and said
the Benson street car line would not bo
built and sco what they think about it
now. Uomo up gentlemen , wo have
other improvements out there to show
you. C. E. MAYNC.
Died From the Gas.
August Shrocdor , who blow out the gas
at the Gees hotel when ho retired on Frl
day night last , died yesterday morning.
Ho is from Mindcn , la. His relatives
have been telegraphed.
Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy surpasses all.
The Mo. Pacific and Northwestern have
submitted propositions for bonds which
will bo voted sure. J. D. Rlloy , the real
estate broker , has great bargains in bus !
ness lots and aero tracts. Dawcs & Foss
addition a specialty. Rooms 4 , 0 and G ,
Charged With Crooked Dealing.
William Sodcrstrom , of the gambling
flrmof Bruckcr , Sodorstrom & Donnelly ,
has been arrested on complaint of Jack
Morrison charged with using a crookei !
box at his faro tablo. The case will
como up in police court to-day.
lion , N. W. Hazcn , aged oighty-sovon ,
died recently at his homo in Audovcr ,
Mass. , of paralysis. Ho was born al
Bridgton , Mo. , and received his cduca
tion at tno Bridgton academy. Ho read
law In the oflico of Hon. Loverott Sal-
toustall at Salem , and WAS admitted to
the bar in 1839. Ho served ono terra in
the Massachusetts senate iu 185,0. aaa
imt ftf tcr tbo dissolution of the
party ho had no political afllliatlons.
Ho was a man bf marked literary taste , a.
: rcat reader , and performed inmimcra-
jlo acts of benevolence only known by
ho recipient. Decease was a loyal
'nend and a good neighbor ,
BIIH-USI.NG Xlli : MAILS.
A Nebraska Mian Arrested On n So-
W. Y. Recscr is the name of a man
who has for several years resided with
lis family at .Hairmount , Neb. Some
nonths ago ho.wcnt to Chicago , where
ic commenced using the mails for * the
nirposoof advertising a highly immoral
nstrumont , which he had patented and
and placed on the market. The postal
authorities were apprised of tlio disgust-
ng all'air and immediately determined to
arrest Recscr. By the time the case was
sulllciontly worked up , however , their
3ird had flown , lleoscr was nowhere to
jo found. Finally his trail was struck.
It led into the state of Nebraska. The
ease was placed in the hands of Deputy
United States Marshal Allen , of this city ,
who found that Reescr resided at Fair-
mount , Neb. , where lip had but a short
.imo before been visiting his family. The
culprit was thuro pursued last and the
lows has just been received that ho has
jcon arrested near Chicago. Ho has
joen brought before the authorities and
told under heavy bonds to answer to the
serious charge of using the mails for im-
noral purposes. Hcesor is said to bo a
nan of wealth and well thought of in
Thispowder neverviiriei. A marvel ol
lurity.strength and wholesomeness. More
economic than the ordinary kinds and
cannot be sold imcomPetition with the mui-
itude of low test , short weight.alutn or
> hosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
* oyal Baking Powder Co. . 106 Wall street ,
Instruments exchanged , rented anil
sold on easy payments , below
Instruments slightly used at
r & Bro
Omaha , Neb.
Nebraska National Bank
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Paid up Capital $250,000
H. VV. Yatrs , rrcsklont.
A. K. Touzalin , vMno President.
W. H. S. Hughes , Cashier.
PI HECTORS :
W. V. Morse , John S. Collins ,
H. W. Yates , Lewis S. Ueod.
A. E. Touzalin.
BANKING OFFICE :
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. ISith and Farnam Sts.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
FRANK G. HOLLINS & GO , ,
Members Now York Stock Kxclmngo.
BUV AND BEM , ON MA1HJINS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Grain and Provisions ,
tf Jti Clark Srcct , Chicago.
( Grand Pnclflo Hotel )
Private wire to Now York.
Correspondence Invited by mull or telegraph.
of application of Samuel Ilontty
for liquor lieonso.
Notice is liorobjr given that Samuel Ilcutty
did upon the "il day of April , A. I ) . 18S7 , lllo hU
application to the mayor and city council of
Omaha , for llconso to sell mult , spltltuous and
vinous llnuors , at No. ' . ' ( til Cumlnjr street
Plxtli ward , OnuUiii , Nob. , from tbo lltli day
of April , IbS7 , to tlio 10th day of April. 188K.
If there bo no-objection , remonstrance or
protest filed within two weeks trom April L'nd ,
A. D. 1S87 , tliOBMd license will bo granted.
SAMUKfc HE vrrv , Applicant.
J. B. BOUTIIAHP , City Clerk. U-ll
of application of Goo. W. r r
MATTElt permit to sell liquor as a druirglst.
Notice Is hereby given that Oca W. Parr
Agent dl'J upon the 7th day of April , A. O.
1847 , nlo his application to the major mid city
council of Oiniihn , for permit to foil malt ,
spirituous nnd vinous liquors , ns n druggist ,
fur medicinal , and chemical purpofos only , at
No. 18011 St. Mary's avenue , Second ward ,
OmnhaNob. . , from the llth day of Apill , lbS7 ,
to the I0th day of April , IbSS.
If there bo no obloctlon , remonstrance or
protest lllod within two weeks from April 7th
A. 1) . 16b7 , the ald permit will bo granted.
UKO. w. I'Aitit ACIEXT , Applicant.
J. D. SOUTIIAIIU , City Clerk. U-Ja
Bids for Coal.
The Union Pnclno Hallway Company will ro
celvo tenders" , up to tnd including April 10th ,
1837 , for luO OJO tons , moro or loss , of best lowu
lump coal , to bo delivered f. o. b. cars at Coun
cil Ulullb. nt the rate of 12,500 tons , moro or less ,
iior month , delivery to commence April IDth ,
Ibs7tuil ( to rontlnuo thereafter , dully , us re
quired by the railway company , for ono yunr.
Coal to bo of the boat quality , free from all im
purities , subject to inspection nt mines and
Union 1'acitlo weights at Council Illuffd.
This company reserves the right to reject any
. J.flurns , , Bup Aynt. Omahn ,
. ' Assistant General Manuiror.
raa. March 88th , 18S7. in
JtxU will Uo clos 4 April. lOtb , 1887 ,
EARLY SACRIFICE ,
A large eastern manufacturer , in order to close out a line of
nearly 1,000 Spring Overcoats ; made ns an offer at a figure so
low as to scarcelv cover cost of the material in the garments.
We bought the entire lot in addition to our enormous regular
stock of these goods on hand. We had grave doubts as to wheth
er we could dispose of such a quantity of Spring Overcoats in
time to accommodate our Summer Goods. In order to dispose
of them , immediately , we marked down the price of every spring
Overcoat in the house , to such unheard of prices as to force
sales * The sweeping reductions on these from our former prices
are as follows :
A line of Hancock Cassiniere Overcoats , from $7-5O to $4,90
Grey " 4with silk
facing , . . . . from $11,00 to $8.50
A line of all wool Meltons , from - - $13.00 to $9.75
A line of English Homespun cloth , a nobby
stvie , with satin sleeve-linings , from L$13.75 to $10.50
We have also reduced our finest imported
Meltons. This Over coat is silk lined all
through and the sleeves with satin , from
former price which was exceedingly low at $14.75 to$12.75
In making the above announcement , we beg to savthat every
garment is made up from the latest stvled fabrics and manu
factured for this spring season exclusively
All goods are marked in plain figures and at strictlv one
price at the
Nebraska Clothing Company ,
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
roR rac TRIATWENT or Ati ,
Chronic & Surgical Diseases
PR. McMENAMY. Propvfotoi ; .
RUteen years' Hoipitiil and I'rirato I'racuca
Wo hare the facilities , apparatus and remtdlor
lot the successful treatment of every form of Ul-
rue requiring cither medical or surgical treatment ,
audiuvlto nuto come nnd Inreitlga to for thcmidTM
or correspond with us. Long experience In treat
Ing caies by letter enables us to treat many cam
icfentlflcaUy without tcelne them.
WHITE 7OH CIRCULAR on Deforraltlci and
Braces , Club Feet , CurTatures of the Spine
DISEASES or Won * * , Piles , Tumors , Canein ,
Catarrh , Bronchitis , Inhalation , Electricity , Paral.
yds , Bpllensy , Kidney , y * , Bar , Skin , Blood and
all surgical operations.
llnttorlo. Inhalers , TIrnces , Trusses , ani )
nil kind * of Medical and Surgical Appliances , man
ufactured and for sale.
The only reliable Medical Institute making
Private , Special | Nervous Diseases
' rA SPECIALTY.
ALL CONTAGIOUS AND ULOOD DISEASES ,
from whatever cutife produced , successfully treated.
Wo cm remove Syphilitic polion from the system
New re toratlTe treatment for loss of vital power.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS CONFIDENTIAL
C ll and consult us or send nnmo and poet-omce
nddrcM plainly written enclose stamp , and w
will cnd yon , In plain wrapper , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO JWEH
UPON rmvATB , BTXCIAI , AND NBRVOUS DISEASE" ,
SEMINAL WEAKNESS , UPXRHATORRIIUA , lupoTKh-
cr , Hrrnitis , ( IOXOKRIKSA , GLEIT , VAIUCOCE C ,
STRICTURI , AND ALL DUEASES or THE GuftiTo-
UmicArtT OBUAXS , or send hietor ; of your cae for
Persona nnaltlc to visit us may be treated at their
homes , by correspondence. Medicines and Instru
ments sent by mall or express SKCUllGLY PACK
ED FROM OBSERVATION , no marks to Indicate
contents or sender. One personal interview prc
firredlf comcnlent. Fifty rooms for the a-com-
inodatlon of patients. Board nnd attendance at
reasonable prices. Address ill Letters to
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute ,
Cor. 13th 8L and CaolUUvc. . OMAHAfEB. )
One Agent ( Herrnunt onlvT w nt > fl tn Tcry town for
Your "Tanslll's I'uncli Bo clfrnr Is bocomlnir
moro popular every day. Cigar drummcra don't
bother us any moro.
iliran ANDMIESSKV , Bonvor , Pn.
W. TANSILL & CO. CHICAGO
ADDRESS , R. . . ,
ICICIICCC its causes , and n now and
homo hy ono who was deaf twenty eight
yoius. Tionted by most of the noted special-
Kts without benefit ; cured bimsolf In three
montlip , and slnco then hundreds of others
Full particulars sent on application. T. H.
PAGE , No. WestUlst St.o wVorXCitr.
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Price * the lowest. Repairing a specialty. Work warranted.
Corner Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union
Pacific Railroad Company.
Display at their warerooms , 1305 and 13O7 Farnam Street ,
the largest assortment of Pianos and Organs to be found at
any establishment west of Chicago. The stock embraces the
highest class and medium grades , Including
pa m i ,
' " " "F"'v
Prices , quality and durability considered , are placed at the
lowest living rates for cash or time payments , while the long
established reputation of the house , coupled with their most
liberal Interpretation of the guarantee on their goods , affords
the purchaser an absolute safeguard against loss by possible
defects in materials and workmanship.
LYON & HEALY ,
I30S * . 1307 FARNAM STREET *
w AACW. CAHPENTKR.rres- 3. FRANK OAUPKNTKR.Soc'y.
AS. A. CAUPKNTIIH , Vlcu-1'ro. CL. . UAKI'UNTKlt , Trcns.
Carpenter Paper Company ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers'
Carry a nice now stock of Printing , WrapiiiiiK nnil Writing Taper. Especial.
Attention given to car loud orders , , which wlll.lio shipped direct from mills
nil orders will receive personal attention Wo guarantee good goods at
C'lJU'ENTER PAl'IlIl CO. ,
1114 ana 1110 Douglas St. , Omaha.
SOMETHING HAD TO BE DONE !
The YANKEE style is to know what to do and how to do it. Wo struck the lead nnd
it will pay.
Success Crown our Efforts
People that have eyes can see that after looking over the display of Clothing at the
Two Orphans , the prices are lower than all others , as largo stock to select from , as good
taste used and careful judgment in selecting
Spring Clothing ]
The next will be the prices , we are bound to undersell all. Two Orphans never call poo- |
pie into their store to bo disappointed. "We desire the confidence of our townsmen.
Wo will never betray it.
YANKEE CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS ,
At 1113 Farnam Street.
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