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' " ' ' ' ' " ' " ' * S'-1 THE'-OMAHA'-DAILY' ' ' * . 1887J- / . ' " '
' > > . : - - BEE ; TUESDAY -APRIL 10.
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY
A Budget of Interesting Matters Pertain
ing to the Kail.
THE COUNTY HOSPITAL PLANS.
A Savntte Assault Special Taxes
JudKc Graff The I'lattfltnoiith
Tlj.or The Season's I'av-
Inj ; Oilds anil Ends ,
Tlio Union Pacific is urranglnR tlio do-
Inils of ii sclicnio to run n train from
South Omaha to Council HluIVs anil re
turn , without reference to the dummy
trains. That is , passengers will bo car
ried from South Omaha to Council Hlullls
anil return without being obliged to
change cars nt the depots. It will bo
known as the "inter-state train" nnd will
commence running next Sunday. Train-
ngnnt Willcox , who has been "lifting
California tickets" on the west-bound
trains will take charge as conductor.
Till : INTiit-STATB : I.A\V.
A reporter for the Ur.i : yesterday had a
talk with a loual passenger man on thn
intor-stato commerce law in its elFuet on
the theatrical profession. "I think , "
bald the railroad man"that unless some-
tiling is done to mitigate the severity , thu
new law will wreck the theatrical busi
ness of this country. It will have the
cfl'uet of driving out of the field the big
companies , who travel wltli heavy scen
ery and a large number of people , and
will help the smaller and weaker com
panies , whose expenses arc not nearly so
much. It may possibly revive the old
stock company system , but 1 doubt it.
il cannot be doubted but that the effect
of the law upon the profession will bo
most disastrous. "
"Will the railroads make any conces
sions to the theatrical profession which
will mitigate the severity of the law ? "
was asked of him.
"I don't know , " was the reply , "but I
think that they will. I believe that rep
resentatives of the different American
roads will soon meet and fix up some
scheme , by which theatrical companies
can start out next season with a show of
making some money. I do not believe
the commission itself can do anything.
Its powers , as I take it , do not extend be
yond the regulation of the long and short
haul clause. "
TUB 11. It M.'S lUtANCIl.
The contractor's are pushing the tt. &
M.'s line to the northwest with all possi
ble rapidity. One thousand teams and
1,600 , men are working in the vicinity of
Central City and Cedar City. The con
tractors say that 400 mile's of the line
will be undoubtedly " completed this year.
Tim NI"W : JIATES.
The Omaha Freight bureau lias issued
a circular showing the now rates for
.every classification of freight. The fol-
'Jowing rates apply between Chicago and
IK Omaha :
00 75 rx ) Sfl 80 iU > * 29 SIiO 18
Trains on the Fremont , ElUhorn & Mis
souri Vnljoy railroad , commencing witli
to-day , will connect at Hlair with the St ,
Paul & Omaha road , and run through tc
Norfolk. The trains will leave Omaha at
Ir.iiO p. in. , and arrive in Omaha nt 10:3C :
a. m. They will leave Norfolk at 535 ! a.
ni. nnd arrive in Norfolk at 10:80 : ] > . m.
In the future the Black Hills express will
arrive hero at 7:40 : p. m.
W. N. Uabcock , cencral apentofthc
Chicago & Northwestern railroad , has
gone to Chicago on business.
A SAVAGIi"AHSAUIT. .
George Cnroy Doatcn by Thugs Be
cause Ho Couldn't Loan a Dollar.
George Carey , a very much battered in
individual , appeared in police court yes
turd ay morning as complaining witnee :
ngainst a man named J. W. Srofe. The
latter had assaulted him unmercifully
Carey claims that a friend of Srofe's mo
him Sunday night , as ho was on his wai
homo , nnd asked him for the loan of n del
lar. The fellow told him that ho hat
gambled away all his wages and didn'
want to go homo , without any money , ti
his wife. Carey promised to try tgborrov
the dollar for him , and as ho claims dii
endeavor to secure the amount , ilo failed
however , and this so infuriated the ap
plicant for the loan that lie lumped up
on Carey witli the remark "Then , by -
I'll take it out of your hiilo. " Srofi
gained in the assault , and beat Care ;
severely , almost breaking hisnoso. Th
other men succcodca iu escaping bu
Srofo was arrested. He was fined f 1
Judge Stcnberg disposed of thirty-on
drunks and disturbers of the peace
Twelve were lined. Six vagrants wer
Arraigned , ono was given littecn davs
one twenty days , two were ordered bt
of town and the rest were discharged.
THE FAITH IN THEM.
The County Commissioners Tell Wh ;
They Accepted Myer * ' Plan.
County Commissioners O'Keofo an
Mount yesterday to took occasion ad
vanoesomo reasons why they accepted tli
plan for the county hospital proposed b
Mr. Myers , instead of these of cithc
CochrandorMcndcssohn& Lawrio. Con
mlssioncr Mount , referring to Mr. Met
rtclssohn's Interview in the BKE said : "II
( Mendelssohn ) says that I promised I
Ktiiy by him , all things being equa
That is true , and I stick to it still. I cli
pay I would stand by'any local architec
all thincs being equal. "
Mr. O'Kcefo said that he had been i
favor of Mr. Myers' plans the la
time as well as the first , because ho co
sidored them the best. At iirst Mendel
sohn'B was nothing but a lire trap , an
next his pavilion plan was inferior i
Myers' , with regard to the delay whic
had taken place over the first plans , tin
had been occasioned by their consider
tion of the matter and ultimate tr
to the cast , upon their return from whic
they saw that none of the plans shou
bo accepted. If , as Mr. Mendelssol
reasoned , that gentleman's plan w
worthy of only second place in the fit
competition , as ho had not changed h
plans all all , except to reduce them
size , and as Mr. Myers had chanced ai
greatly improved his fin > t ones , it ft
lowed that , in the last competition. M
Mendelssohn's plans were still entitled
but the second place.
Both commissioners then wont into
detailed explanation of the merits of t
Mover's plan. In the iirst place , t
building waa to bo lire-proof and the i
chitcct la to give n bond or fiO.OOO that
will bo completed within the cc
of $113.000 , and accommodn
105 patients. The first sto
is to bo of stone the rest hard press
brick with double coats of lead and o
Kvery wall in the building is to be cc
tinuous from the basement to the roi
and to bo of brick. Iu Mondelssohi
plan , the walls are not continuous a
in sonio of the basement roon
the walla above are to bo sv
ported by pillars. Besides
the luttor plan , the walls are of hoik
tile , which but invites dirt and filth. T
Hears throughout the building were to
of cement , resting upon brick arches si :
ported by iron girders. There was to I
jio wood wave possibly thn doors. T
closets were to be far removed from n
yet Tvith'n ' easy reach of each wai
Besides the excrement was to bo dri
mid burned , thus rendering sewers v
necessary. Again , the number of cul
Wet of , air sjwco m both the wards a
roon > 3Iwns greater lu these of'Mr.Mycrs'
plan than these of Mr. Mendelssohn. In
the former , also , by the system of ventila
tion introduced , it was possible
to change the atmosphere of the entire
building every eight minutes. The cost
of Mr. Mendelssohn's plan would bo
1000.03 for every patient , while that of
Mr. Myers'was but * 57UO. The com
missioners claimed to have n hundred
reasons for the preference they had
shown for Mr. Myers' work.
When children get a few cents they
generally spend them for c--y. When
they grow older they learn to save their
money" to buy "Juvenile" Toilet Soap
made'by Kirk & Co. _
THE I'LATTSMOUTH T1OKH.
How an Oinalmn Ducked Him In His
William Burbridgo , who kept a gam
bling room on Douglas street immedi
ately cast of the People's theater , was
arrested on Friday night by the sheriff of
Cass county. It seems that after selling
out his place to Bruckcr , Sodcrstrom &
Donnelly , Bin-bridge went to Chicago
and thence went to Plattsmouth , where
ho opened a gambling house on Main
street. He remained there a short time
and finally wont to South Omaha where
ho started into business again , leaving
there after a short time and again look
ing to Omaha , whore ho was trettini ;
ready to open another house on Twelfth
street between Douglas and Farnam. Ilo
was tiken : to Plattsmouth by the sheriff
where , late on Friday night , ho pleaded
guilty to the charge of running a gam
bling house. The court lined him $50
and co-its , amounting to ? ( JO. There
wore two counts against him iu the in
dictment , but tlio second ono was not
pressed , liurbriilire had but $11 in cash
which he deposited with the clerk , to
gether with a gold watch valued at $123.
That evening , it is understood that Bur-
bridge managed to meet a number of the
court attendants from the county to
gether with a few local sworts , over u
little private game , and rose from the
table winner b'y something over $200.
He redeemed his watcli and left the place
f 125 ahead , and is again in town.
200,000 Hard Brick for sale , Wickham
Bros. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A Narrow Escape.
Old railroad men who visited the wreck
on the Union Pacific at Waterloo on Sat
urday last , say that the condition of the
rolling stock after if got through break
ing itself into kindling wood , was the
worst that has been scon in an accident
around Omaha in many years. Five cars
were literally crushed into an unrecog
nizable mass of splinters. The engine
was imbedded in the ground and En
gineer Douglas and his fireman were
caught in the cab and , it was thought ,
beyond relief. As it was they hail to be
cut out of the wreck , when , strange to
say , it was found they Una not received
The Mo. Pacific and Northwestern have
submitted propositions for bonds which
will be voted Hiiro. J. D. Itiley , the real
estate broker , has great bargains m busi
ness lots and acre tracts. lawes > & Foss1
Addition a specialty. Rooms 4 , 5 and G
Sujjttestotl For Mayor.
OMAHA , Neb. , April 18. To the BEE : 1
desire to call before the citizens of Omaha
the name of Hon. J. H. Congdon for
mayor. I do this without consulting hire
T his friends , and without knowing to
what parly ho belongs. I believe him ca
Table , honest and n man of supcriqi
udgmcnt , and ho would certainly merit
, nd maintain thn confidence of the pub
ic. and best of all , could give his until
, 'ided attention to the important busines-
) f his office as many other good men
lamed could not do. Respectfully.
P. C. HlMEUAUGII.
J. D. Rlley , Real Estate Broker , Hasl
ngs , Neb. References : City Nat'l ban !
and Adams County bank.
Gangers Almost Gone.
The last republican ganger has disap
: > carcd from the distillery at this place
Us name is Henry F. Willrodt and hi
las now returned to his milling busincs
t Gilmoro. His successor is P. E. Iluff
nor , of Plattsmouth , who it is said will ii
all probability take up permanent rcsi
dcnco in this city. There now remain
but one more republican ganger in thi
district and lie is now located at Nebras
ka City , but it is felt at the collector'
office that his official days are numbered
Sir. HnottV Itop\v. \
Wra. M. Knotts , who , it was nn
uouncecl , had threatened to assault Ed
ward Larkin with a hammer , on las
Friday evening , denies that ho had
weapon of any kind in his hands at th
time. He claims that ho was simpl
working upon the doors of Mr. Krek' '
store , according to the lattor's direction
when ho was forcibly turned aside , sus
tuining a brulsed'arm as ho struck one c
the posts in the front of the store. II
has filed a charge of assault against thus
who throw him aside.
Ho Wants Ills Hundred Dollars.
Shortly after the counly commissioner
had decided in favor of adopting th
Myers plan for the county hospital , th
second and third prizes were awarded t
Mendelssohn & Lawno anil Cochran
respectively. Cochrano pretended to I
indgnant and loudly proclaimed in t !
commissioners' room that ho would m
accept the prize offered , which was $10 !
Yesterday morning the commissioners r
ccived a' letler from Mr. Cochrano i
Chicago , showing a change of feeling ar
asking for the amount mentioned.
A mooting of the Omaha Expositio
Carnival Association will bo held at tl
Omaha Board of Trade rooms in the e :
position building Friday April S3 , 18S7.
A full attendance is requested , that a
rangoments nwjr bo perfected for aoari
val and.trades display.in connection wi' '
the Omaha fair , which conies on" no
November. Everybody Is invited to I
present at this meeting.
By order of the President.
W. G. Shriver , See. J. E. Rilcy , Prt
Death of Mrs. Crazier.
Mrs. nlyra Cragler , wife of Mr. Jaci
Craglor of this city , died nt 0 o'clock yc
tcrday morning at the family residence )
Twenty-first nnd Vinton. The decoixs
was In her twenty-sixth year , and Ii
many friends to mourn her demise ai
who deeply sympathize with the boroav
husband in the great loss ho has sv
taincd. The funeral takes place tt
afternoon at 3 o'clock from tha resident
The remains will bo interred at Lain
Hill cemetery. _
Judge O'Connoll , who is charged wi
the responsibility for the disgraceful re
nt South Omaha on last Friday night ,
said to bo sick in bod. Ho thus cscap
arrest on the charges specified , as at
that of nttpmptinc to kill some mciubc
of his family a few days ago. The jud
has been acting in a very strange ina
ner ever since his defeat by Jud
Reuthor about a week ago.
Justice Borka yesterday morning tui
rled Homy Graves aud IfuroUo Wiset
ODDS AND ENDS.
Stray Leaves From Ilcportorlal Note
Book si c = 3 > > MM
"I am only n young man , " said a well-
known theater goer last night , "but I
never expect lo ice Edwin Booth again ,
after his appearance next week atBoyd's.
I do not thiuk il will bo long before this
really great actor will retire permanently
from the stage. Tim more I think of this
mailer , Iho more 1 rogrel that wo have no
person upon whom his mantle may fall. It
is true that great men are generally fol
lowed by men who are equal to every
emergency , but il is undoubtedly true
thai wo have nobody in Iho dramatic
profession who is at all comparable to Mr.
Booth. Barrel is an actor of an entirely
different order , if , indeed , ho be not inoro
of an elocutionist than an actor. James
cannot bo considered even for a moment ;
Fred Wardo is also out of the race ,
though each seems to feel that ho de
serves lo succeed Iho great tragic king.
This is not a clu-ortul prospect , so , while
Mr. Boolh remains lo \ \ * . I am determined
to make the mo t of llie opportunities
offered mo lo enjoy his genius. "
"Tin : BHB was right in saying that
there was plenty of work here for the
idle , " said a labor agency man yesterday
"There is no earthly excuse for any
' . I have
man's being Idle now-a-days.
now n contract to furnish work for 200
men and I am having hard work to find
them. The trouble is lhal most of these
fellows want a 'pio job , ' where they
won't have to work and can cat pie all
day. There is no reason why a man
should beg now-a-ilays. "
A certain young man in this city has
broken his engagement with a young
lady who resides in this city in the north
end. The sad affair happened in this
wise. The young gentleman aforesaid
attended a public ball the oilier night and
met a prctly girl by whose appearance he
was highly impressed. It was probably
nothing but a passing fancy ,
but he made himself intensely
agreeable lo her , and within
an hour of having made her acquaint-
mice , declared his lender affection for
her. The girl , who happened to bo a
servant working in the house next to the
ono in which tlio young man's betrothed
was domiciled , went homo in a high
fealher , elated at Iho conquest she had
made. The next day she confided lo Ihc
girl working in Ihc house of Ihc young
man's allianccd how she had mot ami
conquered Iho charming Mr. , and
how ho had promised lo lake her out
buggy-riding , elc. , elc. This was in turn
repealed by the girl to her mistress , who ,
it is hardly necessary to say , was horror-
stricken. She ru once wrote to the mi-
fortunate young man , declaring their
engagement broken. And now , "they
never speak , elc. "
HE DENIES IT.
Secretary Miner Says he did Not Htart
The telegraph brings the news from
New York thai Washiiiglon Conner , the
celebrated Gotham banker , is frothing at
the mouth because some ono has cicu-
lalcd the slory that Manager Locke , of
American Opera company , could draw
upon him for an unlimited amount. Mr.
Connor declares that it would not be
safe for Mr. L. to assume anything of the
kind. Mr. Connor also declared to the
New York correspondent that Ihe report
was starled by a person named Miner ,
As ibis doubtless refers to the secre
tary of the exposition association , a re
porter called upon Mr. Miner yesterday
and questioned him about the matter.
"Is it true that you starled any such
slory ! " was asked of him.
"No sir , I did not , . " Mr. Miner replied ,
'I have never said anything of the son.1'
"Have you any idea how your name
ivas connected with Ibis affair ? "
"No. What I did say was that Mr ,
.ock.fi could probably draw on Mr. Con-
: ior for $5,000 , and no more , and that is
all I did say about the matlcr. "
They Ought to Be Miulo Immediately
Streets to bo Improved.
During Iho present season , Iho' follow-
ng slrcots are lo bo paved : Davenport
'rom Sixteenth to Twenty-second ; Tenth
Tom Center lo Marlha ; Farnam , from
Twenty-eighth to Thirty-sixth ; Cuming ,
from Thirty-second to Thirty-sixth ; Twen
y-fourth , from Seward to Patrick avenue
Mason , from Tenth to Eleventh ; Elev
cnlh , from Capitol avcnuo to Davenport ;
Twelfth , from Capitol avenue to Daven
port ; Thirteenth , from Capitol avenue
to Davenport ; Sixteenth , from Howard t <
Lcavenworlh ; Sevenlh , from Jackson ti
Leaven worth ana Chicago from Sixteentl
Mr. House says Unit no permits for e.X'
cavalions or conuoclions will bo issucc
to property owners or lessees on any portion
tion of these slrcols after the grading ol
the same has been commenced by tin
contractors. It will therefore be advis
able for property owners to make all tin
required connections as soon as possible
Collector Calhouti Makes a Ilcqucs
of JjUpior and Tobacco Dealers.
Collcclor Calhoun's force of clerks ar
now approaching their busiest season
Every dealer in liquor and lobacco in th
district is being furnished witli a blanl
apulioation , on which ho must set forl
the naluro and extent of his business an
file tlio same with the collector before th
first of May. At last accounts Ihcr
were about liflecn thousand dealers i
the district who are compelled t
lake out special license , and thcs
special licenses or special tax certificate
are issued after the filing of the applic :
lion mentioned. As the work of makin
out these certificates is a heavy one , Hi
collector especially desires that dualci
in tliis city and stutu make their npplici
lions immediately so as lo enable liitn t
issue the certificates as soon as possibli
Army News ,
It is believed at army headquarters tin
inasmuch as the report of the court-ma
tial of Major Bcntcen , for drunkennes
has been received at Washington , tin
the sentence of the court is undoubted !
ngainst thu major. Otherwise , it is sau
no report of the court-martial would h
received by the secretary of war. Tl
mailer'now rests with the president , an
it remains to bo seen whether he wi
mitigate the severity of thu scntcnc
which must follow the finding of tt
Colonel Henry , who has returned froi
the Bellevue ritio range , reports that tl
1,000-yard shooting ground has been a <
mirably laid out. The soldiers will fii
on an almost level plateau , their bulle
hissing over the high blutts of the Mi
bouri river. _
Detective Noligh has four men and
wildcat guarding Iho Erck building c
Norlh Slxlpenlh street , over which soi
ous trouble has arisen between Erck an
Lurkm , ns mentioned in Saturday's BE
Erck is determined to.hold the bnildit
at all costs , while Larkin is equally dele
mined to secure what ho claims to be h
Last night some fellow entered tl
building from the rear. ' The wild cat r
furred to. wUich was io tUo baOk part <
the store sconced bv a long chain , made
a savage dash for him. The follow nar
rowly cscapedl being chewed up by the
The Now Court Room.
The county commissioners are consid
ering how they may make room in the
county building for another court
room. The plan now most favored
seems to be the removal of
Hie law library to ono of the rooms now
occupied by Wouuty Superintendent
Brunei * and utilising the room occupied
by it into a court. Another idea .seems
to prefer the removal of Iho library lo
Iho room occupied by Iho county surveyor
in the basement.
Ducks In Profusion ,
Drs. Pcabody and Galbraith and Henry
Honmn returned yeslorday morning
from alwo days' Irip lo Clarks ,
where they enjoyed a most success
ful hunt. They came into town
laden wilh not less llian sixly
Mexican ducks , which they distributed
with their compliments amongst a largo
circle of acquaintances.
The county commissioners have decid
ed upon purchasing ground for the bur
ial of thu county poor in Forest Lawn
cemelcry. They are now considering a
proposition from the management of that
place to sell liyo acres for-fKK ! ) per acre.
The commissioners will visit the place
The county commissioners have" de
cided to discard as much as possible the
small bridges over dilchcs in the counly ,
and hereafter , whenever practicable , will
substitute boxes , which are both more
durable , serviceable and economical.
Detroit Free Press : A few weeks ago
in this city a poor widow died , leaving
one lame child , a little boy , to thu
cold charities of the world.
After his mother's funeral the little fel
low was taken ill from Ihe combined re
sults of grief and neglccl , and it was evi
dent that he would soon bu united to his
lie wsis left alone much of the day ,
there being no one who could spare the
time lo slay with him. It was often
noticed thai Iho voices of Iwo persons
would be heard in his liltlo room. But
when those in charge entered ho would
bo apparently asleep.
One day they listened , being quite sure
that no onu was with the child , and they
overheard Ihis strange chonolo.nio ; :
"Is you rite there , mamma ? "
"Yes , my little boy , I is rite here. "
"Was you went away yet ? "
" 1 wonted back to.heaven to tell God
nboul my liltle boy. "
"Did you was afraid , mamma ? "
"No , my own little boy , 'cause God is
nicer'il peoples. "
"Did you told him about mo.mamma ? "
"I toldod him \l \ had a little boy named
Harry an' an' an' "
There was n loud noise of sobbing then ,
and thu listennrs-wilhoul cried too. Pres
ently the child's voice resumed :
t "Did you told God to let mo como up
hero , mamma ? "
"Yes , my boy. an' ho said 'bimcby ,
bimcby. ' "
"Mamma , i'so so tired an' an'
sleepy an' I want lo come an'stay with
you an' God. "
There was n long silence then , broken
by no cry or sob. The listeners went in
after resolving in their hearts to bu there
after very patient with the motherless
one.But death had been kinder than they.
Thispowdernevervarlei , A marvel ol
purity.strcnKth and wholesomeness. More
economic than the ordinary kinds anc
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test , short wcight.alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only 'n cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co.ilOG Wall street ,
13th St.Cor. CapltoiIvenut / ,
roi TO * TUXATMZNT or A..I.
Chronic & Surgical Diseases
1 DR. MoMINAMY. Propviotoi- , .
Sliteen jcars" Dnimtil and Prlrulo 1'racUca
Wo hare tha facilities , apparatus and remtdler
for the successful treatment of ctery form of dis
rate rcnulrlni ; elthermcdlcal or surgical treatment ,
nnd Invite all to com * and Inrtitlgato for thcnisi ITM
fir correspond wltnus. Long eipcrlc-uce lu treatIng -
Ing casts br letter eaables us to treat cnauy cams
iy without icelnc them
YVIUTK FOB ClItCULAH on Deformities and
Draco , Club Fool. Curvatures of the Hplno
Uisxisis up WOUBH , Piles , Tumors , Cancers ,
Catarrh , Bronchitis , , Inhalation , Electricity , Paral
ysis , JCpilepir , Kliny , J j , Ear , Bkln , Blood and
c'.j surgical operations.
Ilattorlei , Inhalers , timers , Trasses , n1
all kinds of Medical and SurgUsJ Appliances , man
ufactured and for sal * .
The onli rtllsble nUdlcil Initluls miking
Privati , dpeoUjrcNejoiis : ; Diseases
ALL CONTAGIOUS AND BU/OD DISEASES ,
from n haterer can is prnd need , successful Ij treated.
Wo cm remove Bvpullltlo polion from the system
New reitoraUvs treatment for loss of vital power.
All , COMMUNICATIONS CONFIUKSTUI ,
Cull and consult os or stud carao and post-office
address plainly written enclose stamp , and nc
urox PKIVITJ ,
SEXIMALVIAKNIIS , BPIRHITORIIIIUU ,
cr , BTrnn.il , OOXCBBBOU , OLKIT , VARICOCE-B
STRIOTO . AMD A LI. DIIEAIIS or THE UIMTO
UniMAKT ORBAKS , or tend hiitory of yourca eior
Persons nnable to vlilt n * may be treated at Iliolr
homes , br correspondence. Medicines and liutr.i-
merits sent by mall or tinrete HBCUHBLY PACK
KI > FKOM OIltlBItVATION , no marks to Indicate
contents or sender. One personal interview preferred
ferred If convenl "t. Fifty rooms for the a-com
modntlon of > patlnts. ) : Tt'iard and attendance-
reasonable pilcce. Address I1 Letters to .
Omaha Medical and Surgical instltole
Car. 13thfb thd CaaitoMie- OMAHA , fltB.
WHAT WE CLAIM
For our Spring Overcoats will bo coafirmed bv everyboclv who
has bought one from us last week , viz : THAT THEY ARE
WORTH TWICE THE MONEY PAID FOR THEM. The
bargains we are offering are of so extraordinary a character
that the mere mention of prices or reductions is entirelv insuf
ficient to convev anv correct impression of the values we pre
sent. The goods are all of tliis season's production and are
models of excellence in fit and stvle- Come and see them.
We have again replenished our stock of Spring Suits by
several new invoices received during ihe past few days , and
call particular attention to one line of beautiful Cheviots in
colors grev and brown which we offer at $8.90 per suitfullv
We regret our inabilitv to wait on all those who visited our
store lastS aturday and invite them to call again. We have ill-
creased our force of salesmen and are now better prepared for
All goods marked in plain figures and at one price.
Cor. Douglas and 14tli sts. , Omaha.
RUBBER CO. ,
O. H. CUKTIS , Pres. - J. HURD THOMPSON , Sec. Treas
Wholesale © Retail.
WE I3ST STOOK :
Tlsli nrnnd" Coitte , llnlbs , Douche ? , Hair Crimpers , Nursery Sheeting , Speculum ? ,
Air 1'lllnws , Itrushci , Drill & Puck , llnlr 1'ins , NnvyllnKs , Sporteineii's Goods ,
Air Beds , Ilreu-cr's Hose , Door Mats , Hats , Oil Clothing , Stamps ,
Air Cushions , Caps , Dress Shield * , Horse Cover/ / ) , 1'ncklug , Mntloner'a ( iuin ,
Anti Knttlers , Cllll'8 | , Drinking CHUB , Hose , II. H. .tl' . Co.l'Allg , Kjphons ,
Aprons , Carrlngo Cloth , Khistln Jtnnds , Hose Couplings , Peiftction Box Syiinc , .Spittoons ,
Atomizers , Cartridge lings , Elastic Stockings , Hose I'lpoa , 1'cnclls , .Swimming Jacket !
Hands , Catheters , Erasers , Hoe Keels , Ten holders. Syringes 'Ptif.ction Box , '
llandago Gum , Clothing , Fnco lings Hot Witter Ilottles.l'essnrles , ThlmblcR ,
Haptismnl Puntti , Copy Hook Sheets , Finger Cots , IlarcrBncks , I'lnuo Covers , Throat Ilagp.
Ha .lls. ! Carpeting , Flower Sprinklers , Ice " - Pipes. Tubing ,
Ilath'Mnts , Cement , Floor Scrnpur ? , Ice Cnp9 , I'lpo Plcms , Tumblers ,
Hath Tubs , Clothes Wringers , Folding 1'uIU , Ink.Stands , 1'lant Spilnklcrs , Toys.
lied Puns , Coats "Fish llrnntl1 ' Foot liAlls , Invalid Cushions , 1'urc Kubber , Tccth'KKIngpftPndi ,
lied , , , Pants , Tobacco Pouches ,
Sheets Uomlis Force Cups
11.11. * P.Co .Helling , Comb Cleaners , Fruit Jnr Kings , Lined llog. , Pistol l ock < ! ts , Trotting Holla ,
Bolt HookB , Corks , Funnels , Lace Cutters , Kattles , Urinals.
Hellows Cloth , Cork Screws , Gas Tubing , I.lfo Preservers , Kubber Dam , Umbrellas ,
Iltbs , Curry Combs , Ciloves , Mackintosh Goods , Kulcrs , Ventilating Sole. ,
Illankets , Cuspaclors , CiossaincrCapa , Match Uoxefl , KepnlrlDcCloth , Wagon Aprons ,
Hoots * Shoes , Cigar CftBcs , ' Cloth , Maitlngala Kings , Hlmft Kubbers , WaRou Covers ,
HoygCnps , ClialrTlpi&Uuffcri , Cents , Milts , Shoes & Hoots , Wagon Springs ,
Hoya Coats , Diapers , " Waterproofs , Matting , 81nk Scrapers , Weatherstrips ,
llouglcs , Dinner Cloth , Gnltor Straps , Mirrors , S coops , Webbing ,
Hracclets , Dolls , Gun Covers , Mittens , Shooting Coatn , Wading Pants ,
Breast Pumps , Doll Ilodlcs , Gtitta Percha , Nipples , Bllng-shats. Water Ilotllcs ,
llrcastShlelds , Doll llcnde , Gymnasiums , Nursing nibs. Soling , Window Cleaners.
UuIFors , Uoor Iluuila , Hair Curlers , Hunting Hottlcs , Sponge Bsgs , AVrlngcr Kolls ,
Host on Belli lip J Co'fi. Rubber and Cotton netting , racking and Hose. Sole ngcnts in Omaha.
Leather BelUnp ; Pure Oak Tanned. Manufacturers of "PERFKCTION BOX SY1UNGES. "
Manufacturers of "FISH Hit AND RUBBER GOODS. "
OMAHA RUBBER COMPANY , 1008 Farnam St. , OMAHA , NEB.
Mall Orders Solicited nnd will Receive Prompt Attention.
MADE ON HONOR
PERFECT IN EVERY RESPECT
'JJicoiiltt Machine that will sc.w lutcliwarila
itul forwards equally well , and the
Sewing Machine In existence.
The Union Sewing Machine
We de.ih'c energetic anil
in JfebraaHa , Colorado , V'uomino , Dakota and
If you are looking for a clicajt Machine , don't
answer thin advertisement , but If yon itiant to
handle the beitt Sewing Machine that inonuy can
buy , address for particulars.
209 N , IBtii St. , Omaha , Neb ,
Mention Omaha Bee.
GOLD MEDAL , PAEIS , 1878 ,
_ Warranted abioliHely pure
Cocoa , from which tbocxccmof
Oil ba * been removed. UhaiMr
timei the ttrength of Cocoa mixed
with BUrch , Arrowroot orBugar ,
and Is therefore far more economi
cal , coitlny ttn Man one cent a
cup. It is delicious , oourlihlnf ,
strengthening , eaully digested , and
admirably adapted for Invalids ae
well as for peraona In health.
Sold by Ureters everywhere.
& CO , . Dorchester , Mass ,
Norfolk Street railway will reeelvo pro-
THE for the Immediate construction nnd
onuhimcnt at 0110 und ono hulf miles of street
railway In the city of Norfolk. Nebraska. Pro-
noeula rccoivod nt the ofllco of the secretary of
company at Norfolk , Nebraska , until tlio Mth
clay of April , lbS7. H. C. HltOM U.
T ftmttj for tb bet dlieti * | bj Its at *
haab inear d. IBd * tl.enmnniriiW7i uuiu " u ± ; ri'
wlll"nd TWO BOrrLM FHK . ti ! > > er with TAU
th l I TBBAT B "n lhlsdU.M , t n J mfftrir. OlT < x-
MM * "o-adiwTMUl'.A. ULgcCM.Ml rsMlttb M. V
WORK CIATAnnil. Tbt Or.it0 rtt n
Jft Itemed/is a poiltlve care. Pr u ipl
kase snd took for 4 ctnti tn sumpx
> ta uw -
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Price'Ihe lowest. Repairing a specialty. Work warranted.
Corner Poujjlas and 15th ttieets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union
Pacific Railroad r nmnailV.
THE 75th GRAND DRAWING , MAY 20 < h.
NO II I , AItS. . HIG IMtlZKS OK KK\VAUIS !
One Million Distributed Every Year
llEAUOfIUI..VrBO INTtSitK ST MONKY IIVllii : > AMONO A VK\Y MJOKV 1JU.V
noimiis : KVUUY a MONTHS.
Only ? 2.00 required to secure one Royal Italian 10' ) francs gold bond. Theac bond
participate in four drawings every year and retain ' [ ir original vain
until the year 1944. Prizes of 2,000,003 1,000,00(1 ( , 6W.OOJ . , SSO.OOO , &c. franc * will l >
drawn , besides the certainty of receiving back 10a francs in gold , you may win 4 time
CV'rhi C\tn \ ftfe. and fie best , InreMmcnt v r nlTercd , n < the Inveitetl money must bo pnld b.tcX
whenlmnd inHturei. Bond fornlr ul ir < tti It will py you toil ? , or imul yi-ur nnlord with mono/
or reciston-d letter , or postal nutus , uml In return wo will forwaidtho uoimrannta.
BiilLI.liANItl.VG : CO. , JOS Uroul\vty : ; , New York < : y.
N. U. These bonds are not lottery tickets , kiul their bale u legally pc rmitted ' ' ' in Uw
, 8' . by laofl9T3. . . . . ; . . . . . , - . . . ' '
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