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8 JCHE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. JULY 4. 1887.
Full Programme of Ihe Grand Events to
EVERYTHING ON A BIG SCALE.
Dedication or the New Holicnilnn
Cnttiotlo Cliurch A I'rlntcr
By 1'ntsy Fntlutt
Oilier JLocnl News.
The Glorious Fourth.
The following Is llio programme for the
coming grand celebration in this city of
Fourth of July by tlio Knights of Labor :
MJJK or MAiicir.
The line will form nt exposition building ,
moving Kiutli uii Fifteenth btreet to Doug
las ; cast on Douglas to Ninth ; south on
Ninth street to Farnam ; west on Farnam to
Fifteenth ; south on Fifteenth street to How
ard ; west on Howard to Sixteenth ; nortli on
Sixteenth Btri'ct to Clark ; countermarch on
Sixteenth to JetTerson square , where the Dec
laration ot Independence will bo read by
Rev. W. K. Copel.ind , after which thu dllTer-
ent organisations forming the procession will
bo d'stnlssed. '
Grand Marshal Wm. Coburn.
Aids John Jenkins J. H. Standovrn , , T.
1C. WlKinan , Philip Andres. 0. M. O'Dnno-
van , S. S. Audi Moedy , (3. ( Cheney , J. JC.
Young. A. V. Trott , Thos. Falconer.
Speakers Hev.v. . E. Copeland will read
the Declaration of Independence. A. S.
Rltchlo will deliver tlio Oration ot the Day.
Detail of Mounted 1'olicu.
Marshal and Alilo.
Chief of 1'ollco and City 1'ollco Force.
U.S.yd Infantry Hand.
Bataltion of U. S. Troops.
Dtirant Engine Company.
Chief anil City Fire Department.
Mayor of tlio City , City Council , County and
City Ofllcials in Carriages.
Orators of tlio Day In Carriages.
Liberty Car , with Goddess ana Thirty-eight
Young Ladies leprosentlng the
Galaxy ot States.
( Jato City Drum Corps.
Grand Army or the ItRtmblle and War Vet
erans , J. 1) . Sawhlll , Marshal.
Typographical Union , 11. W. Finnoy , Mar-
Pressmen , Stereotvpers' and Elrctrotvpcrs *
Union , Press Feeders , Mattltelner ,
Cigar Makers' ifnlon , Tonv B. Honkoinp ,
Tailors' Union , A. Jensen , Marshal
HICONI : > nivisio.v.
Union 1'aclllc Baud.
Bricklayers' Union , Samuel Stover , Marshal.
Brlckmouluers' Union , Flunk , Hammer ,
Lathers' Union , D. fi. Burnett , Marshal.
Stonecutters and .Masons Union.
Georco T. Thompson , Marshal.
Bilcklayers and Plasterers Tenders Union.
Con Lynch , Marshal.
Iron Moulders Union.
1 > . J. Dillon , Maishal.
M. T. Block , M.uslial.
Harry La Branch , Marshal.
Leo Hurt , Marshal.
Omaha llorsoshoers Union.
O. S. Watson , Marshal.
TllllSt ) D1VI810N ,
A. O. H. Band.
A. O. 11. Society.
Patrick O'Toole , Marshal.
Danish Club , North Star.
L. Jensen , Marshal ,
P. S. Sowen. Marshal.
Danish Brotherhood. No. 1.
L. Hanson , Maishal.
FOUIiri ! DIVISION.
Henry Kummerow , Marshal.
Visiting Asseinolies K. of L.
\l \ FIFTH DIVISION.
Composed of local assemblies K. of L.
Musical Union Band.
Assembly No. 0442 , I. Frank , Marshal.
Assembly No , i > 'iA. . lloben. Marshal.
Assembly No. RtoO , Chas. Posplsll , Maishal.
Assembly No. 0141 , Doi-soy B. Uouclc , Mari -
Assembly No. 4"i 12 , , 'oun ' ( l-nnan , Marshal.
North Om.il a Baml.
Assembly No. 40a3 , Fritz Wllluhn , Marshal.
Assembly Mo SOU , E. P. Sw enoy , Marshal.
Assembly No. 8700 , A. II. \ \ III i , Marshal.
Assembly No. 2845. Thos. Vlckroy. Marshal.
Assembly No. BtiM , F. B. Lewis , Marshal.
Carriages and \Vanons of the Different
Trades Jnlons with Banners.
Waeons Arranged and Equipped Hepreseut-
lug tlio Aits , Sciences , and Dilterent
Branches of Trade and
Carriages with Citizens.
At Fair Grounds.
Grand Balloon Ascension ( sas ) by Prof.
Oicarllunt , of Cleveland , O.
Tin Foot Race ( amateur ) Ono Hundred Yards.
Uunnlng High Jump.
Hunning Fancy Jump.
Sack Uaco , Ono Hundred Yards.
Japanese Day Fireworks.
Slow Mule Uaco , One Mile Heat. Entries
will close at Fair Grounds at a p. ui.
j Trotting Itace.
Foot Race ( professional ) One-half Mile.
Throwing the Shot ( amateur ) .
Bicycle Uace. Five Mile Straight Heat , by
John S. Prince , Against the Fastest
Thoroughbred Trotter In the
State of Nebraska.
Catching Greased 1'le.
Climbing Greased Pole.
final Heats of Trotting aud Running Races.
A. Now Dancing Platform has been erected
Tlio Fatuous Musical Union Orchestra
will furnish music.
I'tmsKs AND rm/r.i.
Chariot Uace. Purse , S00. : !
Trotting Race , Puiso SIOO. First horse , S50 ;
second horse. SHO ; third horse SUO.
Entrance 85.00 each , added
Runnlne Race , Purse SIOO. First horse SM ;
second horse , S.TO ; third horse , $20.
Entrauco 85.00 each , added
Bicycle Uaco , Purse SIOO.
Running High Jump , Prize Gold Medal.
Kunnlng Fancy Jump , Prize Gold Medal.
Back Uaco : Prize , lirst , SS.oo ; second , 3.00 ;
third , Si.00 ,
Foot Race ( amateur ) , Prize Gold Medal.
Foot Race ( professional ) : Prize , lirst ,
810:00 : ; second , 85.00.
Blow Mule Race , last mule $15.00 ; second
last mule , 810.00 ; third last , 85.00.
Throwing the shot , prize gold modal.
All trotting races to bo mile heats , best two
In three in harness , and will be conducted
under the rules of the National Trottlnn as
sociation. Running races will be governed
by American Jockey Club rules.
The committee reserve the right to trot or
run races between heats , and to postpone for
Buflletent cause The right Is also claimed to
chance the order of any ot these events
should It be to their convenience and for the
best interests of the contestants , but no
Change will bo made In cases where an In
justice would bo done to any of the parties
Fxecutlve Julius Mover , chairman ; R.
ThTard , secreTary R. O'Keefe , John JenkIns -
Ins , E. Wiguian , D. Kolleher , 0. Cheeney.
Athletic Sports-Philip Andres , chairman ;
Jerome Pentzel , George Anthes , P. P. Pome-
toy , II. Kumerow. Thomas 1 alconer.
Barbecue-I. Frank , chairman ; J. Butter-
field , F. H. Hoj'iGeorice B. Stryclter.
SDeed-D. T. Mount , chairman ; J. II. Hun
gateVJ. II. Butler , 0. L , Vancauip , George B
Printing W. 0. Boyer , chairmaniV. ? . P.
Coe , 0. ADeruathy , F. J. MeArdle , Lee Hart-
ENTHIE8 FOll ATIIIKTIO SPOUTS.
1. Running High Jump-Albert Holntaj ,
Conrad Gromme. J. J. .Or m 10' JacoL
Anthes , 0. Buchner , D. L. * letchfr.
8. Running Hop , Step and Jump-Albert
Heintte. Conrad Gromme. J. J. Groinine , c.
iJucliuer , D. E. Fletcher , llalbert Henderson.
3. Oue Hundred Yard Race J. J , uromuw ,
burn , J. . Kane. . . . . . _ .t nenzp | ( < Jncol
C. White. Kntrlrs close for this race at fair
erotituK July 4 , at 3 p. in.
7. Professional Kace Oorgo Kendall. En-
ties close for this race at fair grounds , July
4 , at 2 p. m.
IIAIMtOAI ) AOCO.MMOnA.TIOX.
Trains will Icavo depot corner of Webster
and Fifteenth streets at 11. "On. m. , anil run
every twenty minutes thereafter to and from
ho fair irrniimis. Single faro , 10 cents.
Hound trip , 15 cunts.
Tickets of admission are on wile at Max
Mejcr < te Co. ' * , low Fnrnam ; D. Slltifrstoln's
lliivniiii cl-ar store , 1400 Farnam ; N. Kuhn'r.
I rue stoic , northwest corner Fifteenth aud
Douu'Ias ; and at the fair grounds , Tickets ,
( X ) cunts ; children , 2r > cunts ,
KVKNl.NO Cii.KllltATIOX. :
The dat's enjoyinoiit will close with a
nonster display of llteworks and concert by
tliu bands on tlio high school grounds In the
ST. WEXOKSIjTxU'B OIIUUCH.
The Rnlicrnlnn Cattiollo Church Dedi
Yesterday was a ineinoriblo : day in the
annuls of the liolictninn Catholics of this
city , being the occasion of the dedica
tion of the now St. Wcnooslrtii's church
on South Fourteenth street. Great inter
est was manifested in the event and a
largo number of representatives of sev
eral Catholic societies through the state.
including the St. Cyrillus society of
Wnhoo , the St. John's society of Plaits-
mouth , St. Peter's society of Albo und
the St. Cyrillus society of Pilson wcro
present to take part in the
proceedings. Hov. Joseph Ilessoun.
of St. Louis , and Revs. W. Kocarnik anil
3. Linger , ot Chicago , had also arrived
in the city to particluatu in the cere
mony. Previous to the dedication ser
vices the following local .societies assem
bled at the church : The Knights of St.
George , the Acolytes , and the St. Wcnccs-
IIUIH , St. Johns and St. Louis societies.
Hero they were formed into marching
order by the marshals , Messrs. John
Huufck"Joscph Forst , Anton Ladcl and A.
Franc ) , and accompanied by the visiting
societies marched west on Williams street
to Thirteenth , thence along Thirteenth ,
Fnrnam and Seventeenth streets to the
German Catholic church of St.Magdalcnc ,
where the procession wns joined by a
number of Catholic Knights and the St.
Joseph's society. After marching down
Douglas street to Thirteenth street the
societies proceeded to Cunningham's hall
where they were joined by some fifty
members of the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians. The procession now numbered
some 400 men , the greater part of whom
were colored sashes. Flags of ele
gant design wcro also displayed
: it frequent intervals. The Plattsmouth
uul Wahoo societies wore accompanied
by the bands of their orders and these ,
together with S. P. Litonsky's bund , dis
coursed sweet music during the march.
In conformity with the solemnity of the
occasion the utmost decorum wns ob
served and seldom has a more orderly
nnd ably marshaled body of men passed
through the streets of Omaha. On
reaching the church the men
formed in line to await the sir-
val of the church dignatarics.
in the absence of the bishop through ill
ness , Very Hov. 11. A. Shaflcl.V. C. , qili-
ciated at the dedication. On his arrival
at the church ho received a very cordial
welcome and was presented with a bou
quet of ( lowers by the young ladies of St.
Agnes' society. The ceremony of dedi
cation was then performed in the usual
manner by the vicar general , who was
accompanied by llov. Father Choka , the
pastor of the church , Rev. Fathers Kelly ,
J. Dowling , P. O'Mura Joseph
Dacacher , Philip Mali , of Wilber ,
and twelve other clergymen. The
ceremony having been duly ob
served , the societies entered the church ,
und high mass service was conducted bv
Father Sluitlel. The sermon was preached
by Father Mull , who spoke about the
union of God with men , exemplified by
ho dedicatory services which had just
taken place. As there was a largo con
course of people assembled around the
church who were unublo to gain ad
mission through want of room , ROT.
W. Kocaranik preached an eloquent ser
mon from the stops of the church. The
services , which wcro extremely Impres
sive , were brought to a close by singing
the To Duntn and. the societies again
formed into procession nnd marched to
Williams nnd Fourteenth street whcro
In the evening the several societies
who had taken part in the proceedings.
cave an entertainment tit Hufl'man's hall
in honor of the visitors. The programme
consisted of instrumental music , songs
nnd declarations which were executed m
a praiseworthy manner.
Stray Leaves From a Itcportcr'a Note
"Please mister " said little
, , a girl
whoso eyes just showed nbovo the coun
ter of the county clerk's jpfflco. "Pleaso
mister , we've got a now baby at our
houso. Ala wants to know if wo must
hnvo the baby recorded. " Slio was di
rected to the city physician , who keeps a
record of births and deaths.
Speaking of births nnd deaths suggests
thnt the monthly record which the city
physician is supposed to keep is very in
accurate. The physicians who attend
persons in tholr last illness nnd who
usher little ones into the world are ex
pected to make a report at once
to the city physician. There is
a penalty provided for non-conformanco.
As a matter of fact certificates are held
by physicians for six months at a time ,
nnd th'm turned in in a big batch. Con-
senu " their weekly and monthly rec
ord c. * - ths nnd deaths are by no means
reliable. Some of the best physicians in
the city hold their certificates tor mouths
nt a tinio. Under the administration of
Dr. Lolsonring every effort , except en
forcing the penalty , was made to induce
n prompt return of certificates. Perhaps
the now citv physician may institute anew
now order"of things by imposing the
The Fourth of July has brought n great
number of grafters , fakirs and crooks into
the city * For several duys the street
fakir has been hawking his wares on the
various street corners , and the city is
being pretty thoroughly worked by this
class of people. Visitors to the city will
do well to bo constantly on guard against
the more dangerous class of grafters uud
Since the administration of Chief
Soavoy moro effective police work has
been done than ever before in the history
of the city , This , too , in the face of the
most bitter and uncompromising warfare
against the chief waged by the aldermanic -
manic ring and the coterie of disap
pointed newspaper men and politicians
who sought to obtain control of the po
lice department. Chief Scavoy , Captains
McDonald nnd McCormlck , Detective
Horrigan and Sergeant Most.vn have been
really overworked , but the result has
§ eon the "turning up" of a number of
the smoothest and most desperate of
Slugged a Printer.
At 3 o'clock yesterday morning Pat
Fullon , keeper of a road house and who
pabsos as a pugilist , attacked an Intoxi
cated nnd defenseless printer named
Charles Long who works on the Republi
can , in front Higgins * saloon. Fullon ,
who is ns largo again us Long , knocked
the printer down und kicked him brut
ally. OlllcerJiru Brady arrested both
the inon. Fullon attempted to bulldoze
thu policeman , but was locked up in
Central station. On bus person wns n
vicious looking revolver. Later in the
day the sluegor was released by the
for ttpi > vaiaus Tueeuaj
A GIRL'S BRAVE FIGHT.
How nn Arknnsns Maiden Ilafllcd n
Onnsr of Murderous Outlaws.
New Orleans Times-Democrat : An ad
venture of Hnttio Benton , n girl of six
teen , with n gang of outlaws bn the Ar-
knnsus river proved her bravery to bo
cnuul to Unit of any man living. Soon
after the war. while everything was 3-ot
in confusion in the south , and especially
in the southwest , Hcnton moved up from
Missouri to Arkansas , and settled upon
I ho Arkansas river nt n point midway
between Pine Bluffs nnd Arkansas Post.
The country was then full of outlaws of
all sorts , nnd robbery , nssassinatlon nnd
murder were rife In tlio lonely sections.
Dcnton lived on the bank ot the river ,
und furnished wood to the steamboats ,
llallio was Ills only child , nnd hud been
nccuslouied to the wild life of the west
since babyhood. The mother was
nn invalid , who could scarcely
leave the house or wait upon herself.
The father was n man of fiery temper ,
and people soon learned that to attempt
any love-making with the girl would bo
pretly certain lo end In somebody's
dealli. Tlie thrco or four gallants who
came sighing about wcro made to walk
the plank , and in time it came to bo
known along the river that the old man
Bunton looked upon his daughter as too
fjood n mutch for uuy ono in those parts.
Then It was that an outlaw named Jack
Cummcrford sent the old man a message
that he was coming to muko Hnttio his
wife. The fellow was proprietor of a
lloutlnc whisky shanty , nnd hud two or
three linrd cases constanlly with him.
While thnrc was no uuestion that this
crew wcro guilty of stealing and rob
bing nnd worse , the victims hesitated to
complain and the law to arrest.
Cummorford heard of the girl long
enough before ho saw her , and the first
Benlon heard of the outlaw was by way
of 11 message in which Cummcrford told
him that ho would bo on hand in about
ton days to look the girl over , and if she
suited him ho would take her away. The
father boiled over at the impudence of
the message , and ho arranged to kill the
outlaw on sight. Had it been known
just how ho would como , Cummorford
would have been welcomed with a bullet ,
but the messenger did not state that part
of it , and after being on his guard several
days the father began to relax his vigi
lance and to believe the message to bo
nothing moro than an idle boast. One
morning ho wont down to his wood piles
to find 11 shanty-boat moored at the bunk
and n rough looking follow just coming
ashore. Jack Ciimmerford and his gang
had arrived , nnd the villain Intended to
make his word good , Benton was not
armed ; the outlaw had n rillo in
his hand. Suspecting some evil , the pioneer
neer starled to retreat , but was shot in
the back before ho had gone thirty feet ,
nnd he was dead almost as soon as the
outlaw reached him. The three then
proceeded to the house together. The
mother and daughter were preparing
breakfast , and were ordered to make
provisions for their visitors. They had
licard the rillo shot , but before they could
voice their suspicious of what had hap
pened the leader of the gang brutally
"Como , now hurry up. I've como to
take the gal away , and us 1 thought the
old man might object , 1 laid him out on
the start. No sniveling now , but git
breakfast ready , and then prepar' to go
with me. "
The mother was so overcome that she
dropped into a chair nnd began moaning
aud weeping. It was a terrible shock to
the cirl , but she realized from the first
moment that if she was to bo saved from
the fate planned for her she must save
herself. She therefore went ahcau with
the preparations for the meal ,
and nbout the time the men
wcro told to sit down to the
table the mother hobbled out nnd sat
down beside the dead body of her hus
band so dazed and terrified thnt she
could not shed a tear. After the first
shock the girl began to plan against the
gang , nnd every move made by the mon
was narrowly watched. As the place
was isolated they had no fear of being
disturbed and took matters very leis
urely. They talked of the shooting of
Bcnton as coolly as if they hud fire'd only
upon a dog , and as they drew up to the
table Cummerford observed :
"Ought to have hit him about two
inches lower , but it wasn't so bad for a
snuu shot. Kinder sorry for the old
woman , but sho'll fool bolter nftcr wo
llmg the body into the river. Say , eal ,
how d'ye like me. any way ? You orter
be proud of such a man us Jack Cummcr
"Como , Jnck , bo a bit easy on her until
we git afloat , " remarked one of the
"O. sartin , " chuckled the outlaw.
"Sho s kinder 'fruid of mo now , but she'll
soon bo proud of her husband. Rather
pooty gal , Iluttio is. Sorry 1 didn't como
last week , but my motto is to uttcnd to
business lirst. Say , gal , don't bo afourcd
to laugh if you feul like it. "
Cummorford had brought his rifle or
carbine to the house , while the others
had left their firearms aboard the boat.
The carbine leaned against the wall in
the rear of the men , and just us they got
fairly to eating the girl examined four or
five bullets. No sooner was she certain
of this than she snatched it up uud ran
out of doors , and as she .run for her
mother , who was in the direct line of the
boat , she called to her to leave the body
and hasten aboard the craft. Dazed
ns she wns , the mother did not
hcsitulo a second nbout complying ,
nnd she was aboard before any of
the outlaws came out. When they
did appear it was to find the girl with the
carbine at an aim , covering the mother's
rolreat , and walking slowly backwurd
horsolf. The rufliuus were nil upset for
the moment. Then Cummrrford sprang
into the cabin after the dead man's ritlo ,
und when ho reappeared ho brought it to
his face and commanded the girl , who
was by that time on board thu shanty-
boat und trying to cast oil' the line , to
come ashore. She paid not the least at
tention , and ho coolly llrod uf her head.
The bullet drew blood from the edge of
her right ear , nnd in retaliation she
picked up the carbine and fired an offhand -
hand shot , which killed the man who
stood on the right of Cummorford. The
recoil of the heavy piece knocked her
down , but before they could rush upon
her the mother seized an ax nnd cut the
line , and the bout flouted nway in the
Cummcrford ran back into the cabin
for ammunition , but before ho found it
the bout was half a mile below the house ,
and when ho opened tire the women
sheltered themselves m the cabin. As
fast us ho could load and lire ho fired
upon the boat , hoping a stray shot might
wound or kill. The girl mudo no reply
until the current carried the float into a
tree-top on the opposite side of the river ,
then , whnn the outlaws began to swim
or float off to it , she opened lire from the
three or four loaded revolvers hanging
in the cabin , and did such good shooting
as to force them to abandon the attempt.
Had it been coming on dark , the two
men would doubtless have fouud means
to recover the boat and recapture the
women , but the cruft had not boon de
tained moro than an hour In the tree-top
when a government survey party came
along and were soon in possession of all
the particulars. The women wore taken
off. the bout was stripped of its plunder ,
and then the structure wus given over to
thu flames. During this time two men
were landed to hunt for the wretches
but like the cowards they were they let
the locality with all possible speed , an
Cummorford was not heard of ngain
until killed in a tight at Arkansas Post.
BORU * Coin.
Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock , Depot
Oflicer Green arrested a man giving the
name of J , Gibson , for attempting to
pass bogus coin at the Union Puciflo
depot restaurant ,
This powder never varies. A mnrvol of pur
ity , sti-ongtli nnd wholosomonoss. Miiro coon-
omicul than tlio ordinary kinds , nnd cannot bo
( old In competition with tlio multitude of low
cost short weight ulinii or pliosplmto powdors.
Bold only In cans. llovAti UAKI.NU I'OWUKU Co.
lOlWoll-st , N. V.
Instruments exchanged , rented and
sold on easy payments , below
Factory Prices ,
Instruments slightly used at
Omaha , Neb.
GEORGE A. CLARK ,
The BEST nnd MOST POPITItAH
Bowing Thread of Modern Tlmce.
BEWARE OF EtHTATIOXS.
Sold at wholesale by
I4.ilpalrlck-li.ocli Dry Goods Co
M : E. Smith & Go.
Pnxton , Gallagher tic , Co.
And by all Kctall Dealers.
Fr bate Notice.
STATF. of Nobnxskii. DougUm County , SB : At
n county court hold nt tlio county court
loom , in and for gitlil county , Juno IHtli , A. U.
18a7. I'ru'-eiit , J. 11. McCullocii , Uountv .Imlgo.
In the mutter oC the estate of John Bborloln ,
On tending and flllnfr the petition of Mlntilo
Wlrtli , proving Hint u coitnlu Instrument pur
porting to bo the lust will mid testnment of snld
deceased , may bo proved , probated nnd nllowcd
as such , and that administration of said estate
may bo granted to herself , the executrix In said
Ordered , that July 12th , A. D. 1R87. at 10 o'clock
a. m. , bo assigned for hearing f-ald petition ,
when nil persons interested In said matter mny
appear at n aouuty court to be hold In and lor
said county , and show cause why the prayer of
mild petitioner should not bo granted ; nnd that
notice of thu pendency of suld petition and the
hearing thereof , bo given to nil persons Inter
ested in said matter , by publishing a copy of
this order In the Omalia Dnlly Hoe , n newspaper
printed in suld county , once each week for
three succoEslvo weeks prior to said day of
hearing. J. H. McCui.i.ocii ,
[ A true copy. ] County Judge.
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tiul wt will Mu4 la | > Ula * rspi T | our
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
Upon rriv.t. , 8r cU ! iml Jferroot r > W * , femln.l wf.Vi" * * .
nuU.TTtiT | . Imijotairjr , BrphlU. , bworiluu. Ghat , > nd * !
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OXAIU MEDICAL * SUBOICAI , IXSTITC' , or
Dr. Mcienany , Ccr. 13th st. ic Capitol AY.Onuta , NED.
Medical Hooks or Papers Freo.
The proprietor of the Omab * Medical and Suriil-
cut iQitltuw h publltiied u valuable et ot books
un < l papert upon chronic nod lurKlcal diicmet unj
Ueformttlti , aad tti method , ot cure which have
lren him Hie reputation of being the most ( kill-
? ul and uo.-emlul ipeclallit In ttie weit , ttnd
made the Institute u celebrated that meJIcluuiare
cnt to and patient * received from every tlnte In
the union. Auionv the booki U one upon ( nedlteai.
riot woman tone upon nervom. ipsclal and private
dlteuiei of the eiual and urinary orvani ! mrlco-
cel cured by luralcal operation ! , ana tbelr Intel )
Invented clamp compre.i uipen.orr for the relief
and cure of varlcocele , nervuui exhaustion and lex *
ual debllltj. new reiterative treatment. 1'apen
unon urvlcalbraco.rllet. cancert , paMlrili , nil.
Electricity and the uaw magnetic battery forborne
u i catarrh and I nlulallon , etc. Unlike moit book !
li.ued br docton free , the 7 do not contl.t
of tettlmonlalt wltn Uctltloui name > und Initials ,
orrubblih of that klnil , but are plain de.crlptloni
of dUeaiet.ivmptomi. new dlicorerles In medicine ,
urgeri and elactrlcitr , and are wall worth tba pa-
ratal , and can be obtained free br addrc'ilni the
Omiba Madlcal anJ Surgical Inttllule , 1JLU it(6
ttw , N Dr *
In a few davs we will commence extensive repairs and alterant
tions in the building we ocoupv. Carpenters and painters will
take possession of our upper floors to fit them into suitable sales *
rooms and to enable us to properlv display 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.
One lot of fine light-colored Men's Sack Cheviot Suits , witft
good serge lining , and elegautlv made up , which sold this season
for $11 , out down to $7.
One lot of good all wool Cassimere Sack Suits , a fine grev pin j
heck , 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 j
out it down to $ 5.7 5. 4
Another lot of same qualitv aud make , oulv different pattern "H
a neat , stvlish stripe , for same price. These two suits are thq 1
greatest bargain we ever offered.
One lot of strictlv All Wool Suits , plain grey color ; this is
durable suit , well gotten up , out 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 out-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.
TVorn by nil tlio leading English nnd Ameri
can Tennis Players. 1'rlce , to CO each ; Caps
to match , $1 ; Gout nml Cap , M ; Silk Tennis
Belts , $1 each. Flannel Tennis Uniforms
Made to Onlcr. Tennis Shoes , Tennis Nets ,
Tennis Poles , Spulillng's Kcgulatlon nnd
Wright & Dltson's Adopted Tennis Jlalls.
Cedar Handle Tennis Bats from 1.50 to fO.OO
t2TTho special nttontion of Tennis play
ers is called to
SPALDING'S WIXDERHERE RACKET ,
the finest tennis tint mndc.
tSriLLUSTHATEDPUICn LLST FREE.
COLLINS GUN Co. ,
1U12 Douglas Street.
Cancer of the Tongue.
Mr wife , some ttrco or tour years ago , was Iron ,
bleu wlthaa ulcer on the Bide ot ber tongue near
the throat. The pam wu lucceiant , caualng loss
ot aleep ana ptodurlnu great nervous prostration.
Accompanying ttua trouble wan rheumatism. It
Juuipaiea trom U shoulders ami centered m the
wrist of one band , ene almost loam * the use of It.
Between thebulteniia ot tha two , lite hail Brown
borUen onie. Hy the two of a half dozen i-maii-
sued bottles of 8wllt' 8Pcc'n ' "J"0 " " * n Lrre' ' *
relieved and restored to health. This was tnreo
years ago , and tuere uaa btea no return of the di * .
PBIA Ji * ! * MlI UUtBKOOKSt
epartft , Oa. , Jane 5 , ISSe.
Treatise on HUxxl and Bkln Dlecases mailed free.
Ton bwiFT BPFCIHO CO , Drawer a , Atunta , Ui ,
Hai no equal. U will wa ti
anrthlntf , froiuBnest luce
toheuvx carpet , pcrfectlr
; lean. 1C In uaijr tu work
ninl ulraplo tu uandla.
_ c n teallfjr lo
Ui merits. Wa suaruutea latUfucilon. 'Irrone All
kin Ji uf wrlncori re ired , fctar Mau'ftf. Co. , W.'l N.
Imported an I Bottled by Miha'cvitch Flefher & Co. , Cincinnati , O For sale bv
the following agents : Richardson lr.i Company ; Hlake , Bruce & Co. , Adler & Hell
ler , M. WooUtein , Gladstone Bros , it Ci , Frank Dcllone , R. R. Grottc. Sample bottW
is the perfected form of portable Hoofing , manufactured by u
1 for the past twenty-seven years , and is now in use \ipon roofs of
Factories , Foundries , Cotton Gins , Chemical Works , llailroad Bridges , '
Cars , Steamboat Decks , etc. , in all parts of the world. ( t
Supplied ready for use , in rolls containing 200 square feet , and weigh *
with Asbestos Hoof Coating , about 85 pounds to 100 square feet
Is adapted for nil climates nnd can bo readily applied
workmen. ( Samples and Descriptive Price List free by maiL
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING CO. ,
BOLE lUNDrACTUIlKUK OV
IMV. Johns' Fire anil Wuter-I'roof Attbextoi Hhentlilnjj , llullillnpr Felt ,
Asbestos Stoain 1'acklnga , liollur Covering * , Liquid 1'uluU , I'lni'l'i-oof 1'uliiU , i-to.
VULCADESTOH. Moul le l rUloii-Itod I'uoklni ; , IEInKii , Onukolii , Rhect Pucklinf , eto.
F fnhlUhaH insn. 175 RANDOLPH ST. . CHICAGO ,
For Sale by Chicago Lumlior Co. , Omaha , Neb. , and Council IflnlTH , Iowa.
DON'T THINK OF IT.
Don't Think of SPENDING YOUll SIDNEY for a Baby Car
riage , until you have examined the
Adjustable Baby Carriage ,
We Have Something New for You.
& ? " Wo have the only exclusive Baby Carriage Store in tli .
United States. AVe make Haby Carriages a Specialty , we deal
in nothing else. Send for our Finely Illustrated Catalogu *
be'foro buying it costs you nothing.
Kolman Adjustable Carriage Co. ,
275 "Wabash Avenue , Chicago , ill
N.W. Harris & Co.
66 OtVONSHIEE ST. ! BOSTON. I
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