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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY. JULY 2. 1887. . I
FROM REPORTERS'NOTEBOOKS '
Itima of News Jotted Down By the Lcoal
PICKED UP ABOUT TOWN.
Ilcslcnntlon ? nntl Itntlrctnont * Prom
tlio Union I'nclllo .V Promise
or Hotter Drlnkiiitf
For some tinio past thuro Im9 ) ) ocn n
enpur.ibunilnncii of clerks employed in
the division supcrintciicluiit's olllcu of the
Union Pncifio road , nnd It lias boon
found necessary to niako soinu radical
changes. 'J he ollico , wliich up till yes
terday , employed nine men , will now oo
conducted by the assistant superintend
ent with two clerks and n stenographer.
The olliees of general agent and chief
dispatcher have afso bct'ii abolished. Mr.
W. C. Straight , who occuuied the former
position , has been offered the post ot
yardm aster , and in case he accepts it the
present ynrdiniibler , J. 1' . Hobb , will yn
back on the rend as freight conductor.
The duties of the chief dispatcher will be
performed by It. W. liaxtur , trainmaster.
The dispatcher's ollico will probably bo
removed to the depot. That oilico will
in future control the trains on the He-
publican Valley branch , and the ollice at
Valparaiso will be abolished and three
men thrown out of employment at that
point. The olliees of division superin
tendent and trainmaster will also bo
changed in tins course of a few
days. The former will prob
ably bo located in the company's
yard between Tenth and Eleventh
streets , and the trainmaster will occupy
olliees at the depot. In addition to tlio
above changes seventy-live tracicmon
working at the Klkhorn nnd Valley sta
tions , on the main line , have been dis
missed for economic reasons.
About a month ago the ollice of resi
dent engineer in tlio Union Pacific was
abolished , and Chief Engineer lloguo
placed in charge. Mr. Lane , the incum
bent of the former position , continued in
the discharge of his duties until to-day ,
when the new order for retrenchment
went into ell'ect. There has also boon a
department on each division of the road
over which Mr. Lane has had charge.
Those hereafter will also bo under the
immediate direction of Mr. IJoguo.
Several clerks and draughtsmen were
this morning relieved from duty in the
olliees of both the resident and chief en
Frank Moore" , agent of the Wabash ,
reports a big increase in passenger trallio
during the past week.
The 11. & M. have added over 800 miles
to their lines in the west part of the state
during the past right months , and are
still engaged upon various extensions.
Thuir new bridges at llulo and Nebraska
City are both about completed.
W. G. Berg , general traveling agent of
the UhcsDcako & Ohio road , with head
quarters at Louisville , Tom Crow , of the
Louisville air line , and A. W. Kettello , of
the Louisville & National , witli head
quarters at Kansas City , were in town
George M. Clayton , traveling agent of
the W abash &St. Louis , goes to St. Louis
to attend the funeral of Mr. Talmage ,
which takes place to-morrow.
The state auditor lias certified to County
Clerk Necdham the number of miles of
road and wire owned by tlio following
companies in this cotMUy :
Western Union Telegraph , 83 00-100
miles , assessed at $5,813.30.
1'acilio Telegraph , live miles at § 03.
Omaha & Kopublican Valley. 3 31-100
miles , assessed at$4U30 per milo.
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
Omaha , 11 8-100 miles at if 1,550 per mile.
Missouri Paeilie , 14 7-100 miles at $3,62. . "
Omaha and Southwestern , 4 83-100
miles at $0,150.
Omaha A : North Platte , 9 37-100 miles ,
at fO.TOO per mile.
Union Piicilic , 153 0-100 miles at ? 11,155
William Kerrigan , general superin
tendent of the Missouri Pacilio has re
signed , and A. W. Dickinson has boon
appointed trenoral superintendent of the
lines in Missouri , Kansas , Nebraska and
Indian territory , and , Joseph llerrin for
the remaining lines.
The report that the main offices of the
Fremont , Elkhorn & Missouri Valley
railroad are to bo removed to this city
has caused some excitement among the
citizens of Fremont. As a consequence
of tins the council of that city has ap
pointed the mayor and the president of the
council a committee to proceed to Mis
souri Valley and represent to the officials
of Iho road that they consider it but just ,
in appreciation of the almost exclusive
patronage which said railroad company
lias enjoyed in Fremont that it should
endeavor to do for that city what tno
Union Pacilio railway company has done
for Omaha ; and that , although they do
not by any moans deem it of vital inter
est to the city of Fremont to have the
olliees there yet , they would highly ap
preciate their going to that point.
Omaha to llixvo Pure , Crystal
There is a good deal of complaint on
the part of tlio citizens of Omaha just
now about the emulsion , called Missouri
rl\cr water , they are compelled to drinker
or go dry , but if they will just bo patient
the matter will undergo decided ameli
oration within the next few days. In
fact , Mr. S. L. Wiley , secretary and
treasurer of the Omaha waterworks ,
says the company will furnish bolter
water to-morrow and still bolter the day
following , The unprecedented riley and
turbid condition of the water for the past
two weeks has boon caused by the
formation ot n colossal eddy in
front of the suction main , and a
veritable island has been deposited In
the vicinity , actually stopping and
cloggintr up one of the lessor suction
mains entirely. However , this is being
removed , and by to-morrow the settling
basin , which has been in the course ol
construction for two months , will be
completed , and thcpooplo will bo treated
with water the looks of which will al
least not turn their stomachs. The great
trouble hn bcen that the works have had
no room wuoro they could put In basins ,
and they could not go tu
Florence , live miles up the river ,
when they would have had every fa
cility of clear and palatable water , on ac
count of dissension among the stock
holders , by whom they were enjoinei
from going there. It has been impossible
to niako any such improvement !
with this injunction hanging ovoi
them , but now , inasmuch as this hin !
drance has been removed by thopurchasx
of the stock of these disaffected members )
citizens may expect many immcdiau
und commendable changes.
As to furnishing South Omaha wltl
water , the UF.E is entitled to say tha
the agreement between the Omalu
Waterworks and thn Stock Yards am
Land company , providing for' the pur
chase of the lattcr's system , will , In al
probality , bo signed Monday. This agree
ment calls for a supply of water foi
South Omaha by the laying of a soperati
lixtoeu-inch mam clear to the stocl
yards , It will probably run down Hello
videro avenue. The main now rum
down Twentieth street on the ton of tin
rrooud that BUpphea tlio suinl
nystem at the stock yards.
They are also about to lav a largo
new main , twenty-four Inch.on Twentieth
street , crossing the entire nlty , and in a
day or two a force of engineers will pro
ceed with the platting and laying out the
now works at Florence , which are to bo
entirely new and separate from the old
pumping station , which will bo but an
auxiliary to the new. The company will
expend $1,000,000 In rcmodling their
works. Thn have been laboring under
extreme difficulty in furnishing water , as
their settling capacity has been only
about one-half what it should be.
Fourth of July.
The Chicago , Hock Island & Pacific Ry.
will sell round trip tickets to all points In
Iowa at one faro for the round trip tick
ets. On sale July ad , 3d and 4th. Good
to return on or before July 5th. Ticket
office , 1IJ05 Farnam st.
S. S. SrnvKXs ,
General Western Agent.
Tim T12MMJUS' CASK.
What was Done In the Imlior Move
ment thin Morning.
The ordinary observer could not fail
to notice the unusual number of workingmen -
men who were parading the streets of the
city during yesterday. This state of
all'airs is to bo accounted for by the fact
that a largo number of bricklayers' and
plasterers' tenders are out on a strike ,
and partly by the fact that a consider
able number of the men who
are lucky enough to bo em
ployed by contractors who have
acceded to their demands , were un
able to work on account of the rain. Of
the latter class there is a , considerable
number who will return to work when
the weather permits , but the majority of
the tenders have been working for con
tractors who refuse to give the men the
$2.3 per day asked for. The Tenders'
union was in session yesterday morning
and so far as can be ascertained , the men
will not return to work on tlio terms
ofl'orcd by the masters , via : $3 per djy of
nine hours and eight hours to constitute
a day on Saturday.
Reports have been published to the ef
fect that the bricklayers and plasterers
are also on a strike on account of the
concomphaneo of the contractors with
the tenders' demands. There is no truth
whatever in the statement , as these men
have a subsisting agreement with the
contractors which they have no reason
nor desire to avoid.
It is estimated that there are about
eight hundred tenders employed Itl this
city , 500 of whom belong to the Tenders'
union , the others to the Knights of
Labor. The niajority of these are not at
work , and it is not likely that work will
bo resumed until the contractors shall
have first mot and decided upon the pro
position made by the laborers.
The rumor that a strike was contem
plated by workingmcn in the smelting
works was deprecated by thn prudent
members of the Knights of Labor , who
had been assured that there was little to
bo feared from such an occurrence. It
was true that a couple of men had been
discharged , and it was claimed for cause ,
but it was also stated that the dillereuco
had becu settled to the satisfaction of the
Nothing has yet transpired tending
towards a settlement of the painters'
strike. A largo number of the men who
have arrived from Iowa were found ut
terly incompetent to do ordinary work.
The Bricklayers and Tenders union
were engaged yesterday evening con
sidering the oiler of the contractors to
allow the mortar hands $3.35 per day
and tlio brick carriers $3 per day. The
question was discussed with closed
doors , but it is understood that the men
will not agree to any other terms than a
uniform rate of $3.35 a day.
Estimates for glass furnished by Cum
mings & Noilson , jobbers of Plate , Win
dow and Ornamental Glass , Faints , Oils ,
etc. , 1118 Furnam St.
PCTAilj FOU JULY.
Wtiero the Memliorn of the Police
Force Will lie This Month.
The chief of police has made the fol
lowing detail of the police force for the
coming month :
Day Duty John McDonald and
Thomas Cormick , captains ; Michael
Whalon , court oflicor ; John Turnbull ,
city business ; Patrick llmchcy , sanitary
business south of Dodge ; William White ,
sanitary business north of Dodgn ;
Thomas Ornisbj , jailer ; GeorgoTrumblo ,
patrol driver ; John Brady , Farnam ,
Twelfth to Sixteenth streets ; Thomas
Casey , Cuming street ; Andrew Fahoy ,
Farnam and llarnoy , Ninth to Twelfth ;
Patrick Gilligan , Thirteenth , llarnoy to
tracks ; Louis Gadolo. Twelfth , Faruam
to Capitol avenue ; H. P. Hayes , Tenth ,
llarnoy to depot ; Daniel Kennedy , Doug
las street , Thirteenth to Sixteenth ;
Charles Lang , Sixteenth , Dodge to Nich
olas ; Michael McCarty , Ninth and Tenth
north of Douglas.
Night duty Patrick Mostyn and Peter
Matza , sergeants ; Patrick Horrigan , at
largo ; John Norman , Sixth and Seventh ,
south of tracks ; James O'Boyle , Six
teenth street , Dodge to Cass ; Jeremiah
O'Grady , Ninth and Tenth , north of
Douglas ; Arthur PulaskI , Farnam ,
Twelfth to Sixteenth ; ( Michael Itiloy ,
Sixteenth street , Cass to Nicholas ; Daniel
Shanahan , Thirteenth , llarnoy to tracks ;
Charles Bloom , Capitol avenue , Ninth to
Twelfth ; James Brady , Twelfth street ,
Farnam to Capitol avenue ; Richard Bur-
dish , Tenth street , Jones to depots ; Ed
ward Carrel ) , lower Farnam and llarnoy :
Patrick Cusick , Cuming.s street ; Michael
Dempsey , Tenth street , llarnoy to Jones ;
Daniel McBride , Douglas street , Thir
teenth to Sixteenth ; Thomas Pioronot.
St. Mary's avenue ; James O'Brien , patrol
driver ; Andrew Crawford , patrol con
ductor ; Al. T. Sigwart , city jailor.
Gil AND EXCtmsION XO CHICAGO.
$14.HO For the Round Trip.
Commencing on July 5 and continuing
on sale until July 13 , the Chicago.
Rock Island & Pacific railway will sell
round trip tickets to teachers and ALL
oriiEiis that wish to take a trip to Chicago
cage at $14.50 for the round trip from
Council Binds. Two through express
trains are run daily , leaving Omaha at
0:15 : a. ui. and 0:05 : p. m. , running new ,
elegant Pullman Palace Sleeping nnd
Dining Cars. Ample accommodations
will bo provided for every ono. Reserve
your Pullman berths and secure your
tickets at the Chicago. Rock Island &
Pacific ticket office. 1805 Farnam street
Tickets good going on all through
express trains from July Gth to 13th in
clusive. 8. 8. STEVENS ,
General Western Agent.
Literature and Cream.
8 On next Wednesday evening there will
. bo an ice cream festival and literary ono -
o tertainment given in St. Phllomcna'e
, hall for the benefit of the literary so
o ciety of the parish. An entertaining pro
gramme has been prepared and special
features will bo introduced to niako the
festival a success.
J. McDonnell. F. A. I. A. , Architect
N. E , cor. 15th and Dodgo.
0 There will bo n meeting of the Douglas -
las County Horticultural society held al
at 1800 Haruoy street to-day , July 3
at 3 o'clock p. in. All Interested in horticulture
ticulturo are Invited to utteud. L. L
Emery , secretary.
. THb COURTS.
What IV n s Done lloforo the Judges
In the United States court yesterday %
morning , Judge Uimdy , the trial of the
case of Frank Miles vs. Dowcn ct al , and
consolidated With eighteen othcrcascs em
bracing the same interests and in which
Miles is the plaintiff , was commenced ,
and seems to bo attracting more than
The question involved is the title of
certain tracts of laud. The case in one
form has been to the supreme
premo court of tiio United States
twice. The original case was styled
Giles vs Little , of which the following is
a suc9inct history : Considerable prop
erty In Lincoln , probably $100,000 , rests
upon the title of ono Jacob Dawson. who
dird in 'CO. He made a will In which
was ono of those peculiar clauses , be
queathing everything to his wife , with
full powers to dispose of samn so long as
she remained his widow , but if she mar-
rjed was to go to her children. She mar
ried and the Dawson heirs claimed that
the property reverted to them by this act.
The supreme court in tlio case referred
to , which went up on demurrer , held
that such was the construction of the
will. After that about seventy 9 ! the
property holders joined as plaintiffs in
the suit against the Dawson heirs , setting
forth that'Dawson , at the time of his
death , owed a largo amount of debts , and
that a good deal of the estate was sold
for the purpose of paying these , alleging
that Giles had no interest in this prop
erty , and that the transfer to him was
colorable for the purpose of getting it
into the United States court ; tlfat ho was
the father-in-law of Assistant Counsel
Burr , with Wheeler for the plaintiff in
the present case , and that tlio deeds from
the Dawson heirs to these attorneys ,
Burr & Wheeler , and from Burr
As Wheeler to Giles , were fraud
ulent on the rights of thcso
property holders. Therefore they asked
for a reconstruction of the will and that *
the court should adjudge that they , the
said property holders , had the title in fee.
That case was removed to the United
States circuit court , and the bill of
plaintiffs dismissed and a decree in favor
of thn Dawson heirs , Giles and Burr &
Wheeler entered. The case was then ap
pealed by the plaintiffs to the supreme
court of the United States , which re
versed the decree of the circuit court ,
and remanded cause back to the district
court at Lancaster county on
the grounds that Giles had no
interest in the uroperty , but
had simply acted as cat's paw for Burr &
Wheeler , and the Dawson heirs. The
cause is now pending for trial there.
Some of these thirteen parties who arc
defendants in the consolidated suits now
on trial before Judge Dundy , were plain
tiffs in the suits just described. They
liled affidavits in that suit at Lancaster
county that the suit was not authorized
by them , under the promise , they say ,
of Burr & Wheeler , that thov would not
bo disturbed thereafter. This is now set
up as one of the grounds of the defense
in the suits.
Counsel A. J. Sawyer and R. E.
Hall , csq. , of Lincoln , for de
fendants , and J. M. Woolworth -
worth , of Omaha , and L. C. Burr.of Lin
coln for plaintiffs. N. S. Harwood , csq. ,
of Lincoln , counsel for certain of the
property holders , is also in attendance.
Judge Hopowcll was hearing the case of
Mayhn vs. Stephen Robinson for S12J.2G
for board and borrowed money.
The novel suit of Dodge vs. Dodge , is
still being hoard by Judge Wakcly.
To-day Judge Groff will hear argu
ments on the motions for new trials in
the cases of Emma Jamicson for rob
bery , and Charles Vollmer for murder.
He will also sentence to the reform
school Owen Connolly , jr. , and John
The cases of Wright vs. Kuhn and May
hem vs. Robinson were given to the
juries late yesterday afternoon , and when
last heard from had not reached a ver
In the clerk's office of the district court
.yesterday Oscar J. Pickerd asked an in
junction restraining the Fremont , Elk
horn & Missouri valley from entering
upon certain property with its tracks.
There was nothing of a startling na
ture before Judge Berka this morning
the same old fragrant routine 01 vagrants ,
drunks and disorderlies.
William Duffy and Charles Wright ,
rags , will reinforce the army over the hill
for a period of twenty-live days , the first
and last five on bread and water. R. M.
Collins. Dick Grandon and Ed Ball , of
the sumo ilk , got fifteen , live and twenty-
Charles Hunt , charged with assault
and battery , wus lined $3 and costswhich
ho paid. Hunt is ono of
the strikinng painters , and yes
terday afternoon pulled a ladder out
from under ono of II. A. Kostcr's men ,
who was at work paintinc on the Olympic
theatre. Kofter. whoso shops are at 10 ! )
South Fourteenth street , complained to
the judge after Hunt's case had boon so
lightly disposed ot this morning , that ho
had been subjected to the most aggra
vating annoyance and no inconsiderable
expenseat the hands of several
painters , and if the courts didn't protect
him he would make a summary example -
ample out of ono or two of them.
It hardly seems possible , but 877 cases
have boon disposed of before Judge Ber-
ka's court during the month just closed
nearly as many as appear before the
district court in a year.
F. J. Hartman was run in at noon by
Officers Godola and Brady for drunken
ness and using obscene language , and
Jim O'Harn , William Ward and Charles
Hunter , peace disturbers , were corralled
by Officers Wualcn and Donavau.
Fire ! Fire ! Fire !
Clothing and gont's furnishing goods
damaaed by smoke and water at 1015
Farnam St. Goods must sell for what
ever they will bring. 1015 Faruam St.
The Gamblers Mnat Go.
The gambling law , passed at the last
legislature , went into effect yesterday and
the following' proclamations speak for
MAYOK'S OFFICE , OMAITA , Neb. , July 1.
Chief of Police Seavey , City of Omaha :
The law with reference to gambling ,
passed at tlio last session of the legis
lature , cocs Into effect to-day. I band you
herewith a copy of the same , and you will
please see that the provisions of this law are
compiled with in every particular. Let It bo
understood by the gambling fraternity that
It Is the Intention of the present adminis
tration to rigidly enforce the law.
W. J. BUOATCII , Mayor.
I Special order No. 5.1
DEPARTMENT or POLICE , CITY HALL ,
OMAHA , Neb. . July l , 1887. Captain .Mo-
Donald : The law enacted by the Nebraska
legislature known as the "gambling bill"
coos Into effect to-day. You will , therefore ,
immediately notify the caiubllne fraternity
within the corporate limits of the city , so
far as you can consistently , i that they
must close tlielr places at once.
And after 0 o'clock p. m. , July 3 ,
Ibb7 , you will arrest any and all persons who
play at any came whatsoever for any sum of
money , or other property of value , or shall
bet any money or property upon any gamlnic
table , bank or device , or In any way violate
any ot the provisions of the Rambling law.
By order of W. a. SEAVKV ,
Chief of Police.
Yesterday afternoon Captain McDon
ald and OUicor Turnbull were about no
tifying the club room men to close up.
In consequence thorn was no gambling
going on in the usual resorta last night.
It U laid tlto Exchange pool room ,
base ball combinations are sold , will
come under the ] revisions of the gamb
ling bill , and that the pool room will also
be notified to close up business.
TnunsTOM inoAnn rnoar.
Ho Bay it Ho Will Moot the Cormnls-
sloncrMln New York.
General Land Commissioner dimming ,
of the Union Pacific railroad , yesterday
handed to the Pacific railroad Investigat
ing committee a.tclcgram from John M.
Thurston. It was dated at Worthington ,
Minn. In it Mr. Thurston stated that ho
would be ready to meet the commission
In Now York ih September next at any
date they might name ,
Armour and Oitdntiy.
K. H. Armour , ot Kansas City , ono of
the members of the well-known packers
of that name , arrived in the city JMS-
At the same time , M. Cudahy , the
right-hand man of the firm in Chicago ,
took up quarters at the same hotel ,
the Paxton. Both were closeted together
for a long time and declined to bo dis
turbed by visitors. To-day was set upon ,
some time ago , as the day upon which
it was thought the question of Armour
building at the stock yards would bo de
cided. But neither gentleman would
talk upon the subject , neither would they
offer any opinion as to whether tlio inten
tion was to buy Mr. Lipton out. The
last gentleman , however , is still hore.and
went with the others yesterday afternoon
to visit the stock yards in South Omaha.
This morning , Mr. Drake , of the Ne
braska National bank presented tlio
county commissioners with 120,000 of
bonds which ho wanted redeemed.
There was money enough in the treasury
to pay thembut the commissioners made
up their minds to consult
with General Cowin before taking
action in the premises. The opinion of
the latter that the county commissioners
had a legal right to refund the $208,000
bridge bonds has encouraged them to
feel that no trouble Is to bn appreciated.
County Treasurer Bolln , this morning
received a number of coupons of bonds
of the same issue , but thcso are payable
In Kountzo Bros. ' bank in Now lork , to
which place , the money to satisfy them
was forwarded some time ago.
Articles of incorporation of the Waterloo
lee cannery were filed with County Clerk
Needham this morning. The capital is
$15,000 and the incorporators are S. D.
Evans , George Johnson , James G. Her-
rington and 11. B. Hcrrlngton.
This powder never vnrlrs. A ranrvcl of pur-
Jty , strength ami wholesomoness. Miiro icon-
omicnl than the ordinary kinds , and cannot bo
Bold in competition with the multitude of low
cost short wolfc'ht nlntn or nhosphnto powders.
Bold only in cans. UOVAL , UAKI.NQ POWDER Co.
101 Wall-Bt. , N. Y.
Worn by nil the lending English nnd Ameri
can Tennis Players. Price , K to each ; Caps
to match , tl ; Coat nncl Cap , W ; Silk Tennis
Holts , ? 1 each. Flannel Tennis Uniforms
Mailo to Order. Tennis Shoes , Tennis Nets ,
Tennis Poles , Spaldlng's Regulation and
Wright & Dltson's Adopted Tennis Balls.
Cedar Handle Tennis Bats Irom tl.50 to $0.00
tP The special attention of Tennis play-
era is called to
SPALDIHG'S ' IINDERHERE RACKET ,
the finest tennis bat mado.
BTTLLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FREE.
COLLINS G-TJN Co. ,
1312 Douglas Street.
Somethlnir entirely now
nnd sells at sight. Ilur-
ton's Bteumlesa , Odor-
' 1688 , Nou-lloll-Ovor-Kot-
tle. lltu ( loop raised
cover nnd water joint ,
and an outlet which car
ries all Btcam and odor
up the chimney. Patent
alone worth tlio prlco.
Agents wanted , muloor
female In every town la Nebraska , Profits 15 to
$10 per dux , Liberal terms and exclusive terri
tory vlven. Send stamp for circular und terms.
Prices , nnt. , 11.7ft : B ot , | 1.85 ; 10 qt , I8i Hqt. ,
18.80. Model b/mall , iio.
W. 8. COUMI1S , General Agent.
Otnahu , Nob. , 1 * . O. llojc 481
Made from ound wheat. Beit Qcm Klour
mado. Maket bona and mntcle , Inilzoratet the
brain , ttreniithen * the ncrvci. enriches the hood. !
BLffereMfrora dyipepila , InilUeitlon. conttlpatlon
dlabetei , , Orluht'a dlieaje , etc , will nnd It Invulua *
tie. GOOD F < M WKLL 1'EOHl.K. Order It of your
dealer. 8rapi * package free topbrilcUn < who will
expreti charfei. Circular gtvlnffull partlca *
KIT on application.
Wolsliaiis , Pratt & Haincs , OinaIiaXeb
Alaoufacturcn ol Corcul SpcclalUci.
In a few davs we will commence extensive repairs and altera *
tions in the building we occupv. Carpenters and painters will
take possession of our upper floors to fit them into suitable sales * . .
rooms and to enable us to properlv displav the immense stock
which we intend to put in for the fall. We have to get some goods
out of the wav to give the workmen room to work , and rather
than to move the goods around or store them , we have decided to
make a big out and slaughter them. When we cut we do not do it
with a knife we take the axe , for instance. * i
One lot of fine light-colored Men's Sack Cheviot Suits * with
good serge lining , and elegantlv made up , which sold this season
for $11 , cut down to $7.
One lot of good all wool Cnssimere Sack Suits , a fine grev pin
check , well trimmed and made. The regular price for this Suit is
$9 , and is sold bv other houses for much more than that. We have
out it down to $5.75.
Another lot of same qualitv and make , onlv different pattern ' '
a neat , stvlish stripe , for same price. These two suiti are the.
greatest bargain we ever offered.
One lot of strictlv All Wool Suits , plain grey color ; this is aA
durable suit , well gotten up , cut down to $5 ; the cheapest all wool
shown , and worth at least $8.50-
We have only a small quantity left of finer grade light weight
suits , four-button cut-a-wav and sacks , but what there is has been
cut down to prices that will clean them , out at once.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictlv one price at
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
ANSON SHopKiNS.GdrilManagec :
Have the largest and most complete
Fire Place Furnishings
One Kunfrad andSevenfy-Five
Difleerent designs of fireplaces can be seen
all set up in our showrooms. Also
Bath and Toilet
Rooms all fitted up with Tiles.
Of all the choicest and most orignal de
Readers of this paper requiring goods in
our line should call upon or commanicatc
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
Cor. 13th St. and Capitol Ave. , OMAHA , NEB.
roil THE TREATMENT Of ALL
CHRONIC m SURGICAL DISEASES
BRACES AND APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES , THUSSES.
Aio THE IItw ViRicocELE SUSPENSORY CIAMP COMPRESS.
IVtt faellltlri , apparatus ati'licmfll.firtnr * .ful treatment of
very furni oftllMjwjrwiulrliijJ Mwllcal or Kurfi * l treatment.
UIUTH row UHCUAHI on lvf > rniltlr anil 1'rarea , ( luu I l ,
Curvalu roof Ilia Si Inr , IMc ,1 umori , Camir.Calanh , ItrmicMila ,
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lar , Bkln , aii.l IllouJ , auj all burglcal U | rmU/u < .
Book on Diseases onVoinen 1'KEE.
Only Reliable MEDICAL INSTITUTE
UAKINO A BrECIAUTY OH
PRIVATE , SPECIAL ani NERVODS DISEASES.
Alt Blood JI.w ! -i vw.fCMf.inIrrntH. . PTrttllltlo rolwn remOT
from lh tT l n wltliout nirrcury tvr lU tor tlTe irratnirnt M
IM of \ lul Tower. J'er ni unabl * | o s Ult in ini > bfl litntnl !
lion * , br Corr il > on < lonc . Allpunuuunlci.li Cuiiii.I < nl. * . . ftfedl >
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OXilll MEDICAL A SUIIGICAI , INSTITL" , or
Dr. icKeiamr , Cor. 13th st. & Capitol AYom , < ica , Neb.
Medical Books or Papers Free.
The proprietor of Che Omaha Medical and Sursl-
cat InitltuUibmt published it valuable tet of booki
and impiTU upon rltiunloand luralcal dl > cai.i and
Ucformltlel , anil the metlixl ( of euro whldihavp
him the rojiutntlun of being the tuoit Bklllj
ul and uofeitful ipeclalUt In tU weit. and
inude tbe In.tltute so celebrated that me Jlclnci uro
ent to and imtlenU rt'telicd Irom evcrr stiiteln
the union , Amonu the bunltiU one upon thedlicui.
e § of woman ; one upon nervoui , special and private
dl.eusei of tfie teiual and urlnarr orminis viirlc ( > -
c le curedhy suriilcal operation ! , anil thalr lateli
Invented clamp comnrem suipeniorr for tlio relief
and cure of rurlcocele , nervous eilmuitlon and sex *
ual debllltr. new re.toratlvu treutmrnt. 1'upors
uron sunrlculbraceriles , cancvrn , punilysli , tin.
Ulectrlcltr and the naw magnetic Imtterr for homo
usei catarrh and Inhalation , etc. Unlike most books
Isiued br doctors free , thojr do not consist
of testimonials with fictitious nnmea and Inlllals ,
orrubblih of that kind , hut are plain descriptions
of dlacases.sTmptomii. now dltcoverles In mpdldnr ,
surgerr and electrlcitr , and are well worth the pe
rusal , andean bo obtained free by adlro ln the
Omabi Medical and Huriclcal Institute , 13tb strua
and Capitol Avenue. Omaha. Nebrmka.
An Island on tlio Sou thorn coast of Mn saclin
nous. UoodHsblnit and beach forbathing. I
catcd In the best Hummer Cllmuto lu the world
For full uartlclars address ,
EDWAUD. U. MKHUILL ,
Mutual itU iiuun wit w usaau St. , K. v
DON'T THINK OF IT.
Don't Think of SPENDING YOUR MONEY for a Biiby Cap.
riage , until you have examined the
. Adjustable Baby Carriage ,
"We Have Something New for Yon.
C3P""We Lavetlio only exclusive Baby Carriage Store in tl
United States. We make Baby Carriages a Specialty , we deal
in nothing else. Send for our Finely Illustrated Catalogue
before buying it costs you nothing.
Kolman Adjustable Carriage Co. ,
275 "VVabash Avenue , Chicago , 111
Imported anil I3ottled by Mihnlovitch , Fletcher & Co. , Cincinnati , Cv For sale by
the following agents : Richardson Drug Company ; Illake , Hrtice & Co. , Adler & lief-
ler , M. Woolstein , Gladstone llros. . & Co , Frank'Dellone , R. K , Grotte. Sample botj\p \
DEWEY& STONE ,
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A magnificant displaly of everything
useful and ornamental in the furniture
maker's art , at reasonable prices.
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverv/ara.
The largest stock. 1'rictM the lowest. Kejwiring a spccla.lty. Work warranted.
Corner Douglas and 15th streets , Omlu. . Licenced Watchmaker for ( he Union
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