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CRIST OF IDE LOCAL COPPER
Further Developments in tbo Baao Ball
A MUSICAL EXQUISITE'S CAPER.
The UtiHliicsN Outlook in Nobrn ka
IVhnt In Thought of tlio
New Appointment on tlio
Jt'ollco Force ,
MlnuH Hlx Men.
A base ball sensation I
Tlio tllfllctiltlcs and perplexities of tlio
; local club have tlovoloped into a pretty
In fact It nildlit be snicl that the major
ity of the nine are on a stnkel
And It can mean nothing possibly short
of their professional miici'lo. '
When MiuiHgcr Phllbln w.i3 marshal'
inK his men for the trip to Lincoln yester
day morning ho was n xt to paralyzed by
thoumphatkc and conjoint announcement
of malcontents U'Loiiry , Krebmuyor ,
iswift , Genius , Under and llculey that they
diil not intend to go , and no amount of
coaxing or persuasion could induce Ilium
to change tlieir minds.
Not a monosyllable should have been
wasted on tins mutinous cohort. They
should bnvo boon black-listed on the spot.
Bnch action on the part of the manager
could not fail of endorsement at the
hands ot tlio board.
This sudden break left no time for
oven lilling up the nine with local ama
teurs , and Manager 1'hllbin was forced
to depart with but six of the regular team ,
Hartur , Handle , liartson , Mcssitt and
Walsh , who are proving loyal to the in
terests ot the club. Umpire McLaughlin
volunteered to help them out and accom
panied the team to Lincoln , where they
arc scheduled for a game to-day , tomorrow
row and Saturday. To-day the team will
bo filled out with any talent that may bo
found lying around the capital , and if all
reports bo trim there are heaps of ama-
turo talent over there that can adequately
lill the positions of at least three of the
traitors , if not play all around them.
Tlio telegraph , lias been liberally used ,
mid the directors are in hope of having
several good men report at Lincoln as
early as to-morrow alternoon , or in time
for Saturday's game at the farthest.
It is safe to say that Messrs. O'Leary.
Krehmoyor , Swift , Genins Under and
llealoy will llguro no moro on the local
diamond this year , and the likelihood is
thatmany a long day will clapso before
they are ever heard of again profession-
nlly. Hut thcro arc plenty of new rail
roads being built !
The recalcitrant sextette were all paid
off in full yesterday with the exception
of O'Leary , to wiiom there is yet due $25.
Hu'll never get it , for in addition to put
ting all these men on the black list , each
will bo assessed n line that will more than
countorbulanco any claims they may have
upon the club ,
This new break is all the talk upon the
street and at the hotels , but tlio appro-
liension so lavishly expressed that the
club is broken up is entirely uncalled for ,
and Instead of sudering , but temporarily ,
the club will bo immonsnrably bonelitcd
by the riddance of this old disintegrating
element. Now and as good men will bo
secured at once , and the atlairs of the
club swim along in a manner that will
Icavu no ripple of this disturbance upon
However , because these men have
teen lit to rebel at real or imaginary
grievances , they ought not to bo
berated or underated. Several of
them rank among the very best and most
skilled players of the Western league ,
and with no hindrance , could readily se
cure jobs with most of the clubs ot any
of the minor leagues in the country.
O'Leary is cranky land intractable ,
consequently no good , while litidor ,
Genins and Ilcaley , are men of ex
traordinary promise , but Swift and
Krohmoycr nro pronouncedly on the
wane , and no loss to the club. Still
there are just us good base ball players
out of tlio sea as there is in it , and
Omaha will lese no time in calling a few
of them within her ranks.
Ho Makes A Ilnnty Flight nml For-
It is quite likely that the attractive and
highly entertaining personage known
erstwhile to the musicians and a select
coterie of friends in this city as John S.
.Farmer , will henceforward be missed
for many a day in these parts. Ho has
skipped to Kansas City and loft his cred
itors behind him. John S. was a tall ,
willowy gentlemanly creature. Ilo spoke
at once the most naturally affected
Kuglish in the world , timl generally made
friends though some of the latter were
deeply imbued with a sympathy for him
which was occasioned by an intermixture
of nonchalance and the ingenuousness of
the dude. John was a clerk and worked
iu the ollico of the assist
ant auditor of the IS. & M.
llotweca times ho played with the Musical
tt. Union orchestra and generally bowed
. the violincollo with moro or less pro
ficiency and taste. When not at his desk
or in the orchestra , it is presumed ho was
basking in the smiles of a .siren who has re
cently been separated from her husband
by the decrees of the court. Ills devo
tion to the creature was a
costly ono , It rendered him
unable to meet his monthly payments
faoo to face and finally impelled
him on last Friday night , to run to Kan
sas City , leaving his trunk behind him in
the possession of his landlord , Ike Kauf
man , whom ho owes for a month's rent.
Another ono of his victims is a young
man who went security to 1'olaek , the
clotlurr for a suit of clothes , which
Farmer failed to leave behind him.
The restaurant of lionostraw & Grossman
formerly on Farnam street , know the
genial musician to the extent of a ticket
or two. Several other confiding people
know him in about the same manner , his
last check from the 1) ) . & M. treasurer
for $70 not being suflicicnt to make up
little accommodations of $150 which are
yet outstanding. In n letter which Mr.
Farmer wrote to n gentleman in this city
ho mildly intimated that ho thought af
fairs were getting "too hot" here , bunco
\VIIEKE is HE ?
Frequent inquiries are being made for
Kd llurdiek , of the lloston chop house on
Douglas Btrect , and late manager of the
came under Hi bben & King. On Thurs
day last ho left Omaha for parts un
known , leaving no clue as to his pros
pective whereabouts. A few days before
that he got into an altercation with the
cook , who was under tlio inlluonco ol
liquor , and out him up severely , break
ing some of the small bones of his rigli !
bund in the molco.
A SAFE MAUKET.
Huoli the Dun Mercantile Agcncj
I'ronotiiioo Omnha to DC.
The following , relating to Omaha , a :
taken from the Husinoss Outlook , issuui
by K. ( J. Dun , of Now York :
The business outlook In Nebraska Mas no
In twenty years been brighter than to-day
with the onu exception , that when the reac
tlon In re.il estate speculation , which per
vadcs every city , town and hum let comes ,
and tt Js expected within twelve month ! !
trouble must ensue for those morchauts am
dealers nho hqvo ROIIO outside of their Icgltl
mate lioe.3 , and In their haste to get rich as-
turned obligations in the purchase of con
tract real estate really option giunbllni-
wtilch must bo mot from their cominercla
i M a tulo , thu very cues \vho tUu :
speculate have not all the capital thar snonM
have for their business wants ; with this ex
ception Nebraska merchants am prosperous
and content Nearly one thousand live hun
dred miles of railroad are bulldlmr within
the state : now bridges , waterworks and cas
plants are being nut In ; manufacturers from
adjacent stntcs are becking sites and
erecting buildings. Nankin ? capital , which
has been somewhat deficient In the Interior ,
Is being supplied by eastern men attracted
by tliu rapid and apparently permanent
ernwth of our towns and cities , and the
hlzlier rate ot Interest obtainable. Loan and
Investment companies Mm ! this Is a safe mar
ket lor their fund * , and our people arc ena
bled to borrow the capital so much needed
In a new country , at reasonable rates. Mucli
doubt and fear of lesults were expressed In
tlio passage of the Interstate commerce bill ,
but thcee liave boon , In a great measure , al
layed , us It wasfouud that Imagination made
tlm bugbear greater than It was , and conII-
dcucR Is now expressed that the bill will
prove beneficial to the state , on tlio whole , In
the long run. Nebraska has coed ciiu'-o to
bu content with Us share of lavoid this year ,
with almost a certainty of heavy crops , and
with commercial and agricultural Interests
In excellent shape , and Internal Improve
ments liberally enteied unou , woliope to pav
100cents at maturity , and have a healtnv sur
plus. Collections have been f.tlr , and tlio
rate for money Is S to 10 pur cent pur annum ,
mostly the latter.
ALMOST SUICIOEI ) .
A Young Woman Snnlchcil by I'liysl-
clans From tin ; Urnvc.
One of the saddest attempts to destroy
Ufa was that which took place in ono of
the swell fronts in the brick Hat on the
corner of Fifteenth and Chicago streets a
few nights ago. The victim was a young
woman of prepossessing appearance who ,
for some unknown reason , made an al-
mostsucccssful attempt to consign herself
to an unwept grave. She was of deli
cate constitution , and had been resid
ing with a married couple in Denver.
\S ith them she came to this eitv , and
after a time they returned to their
former homo in the Gem of the
Hookies , leaving the young lady alone
in this city. For a time she
scorned greatly to feel the loneliness
of her situation , and ono day she re
ceived a letter from her former friends ,
which it is said increased her feeling of
dissatisfaction greatly. The next day
about 0 o'clock in the evening , she
was found in her room at the
place mentioned , terribly under
the influence- laudanum. Dr. Wood
was summoned , and subsequently Dr.
1'eabody and a third doctor. The first
mentioned retired early in the evening ,
while the others remained throughout
the night in almost ceaseless cllbrt-s to
arouse her from the stupor
into which she had been cast.
The physicians finally succeeded
in restoring her to consciousness. The
mother in Denver was notllied of her
daughter's rash act and came hero to at
tend her. When tilts daughter was sepa
rated from her married friends above re
ferred to she entered a dressmaking es
tablishment in this city to learn the
trade , and was engaged in the business
when the rash act was attempted. The
young woman is now on a fair way to
CHICAGO & ItOIumVSIKIlN II'V
$1-1.50 FOR HOUND THIP.
Commencing July 5 and continuing on
sale to July la the Chicago & Northwestern -
orn railway will sell round trip tickets to
teachers and all others who wish to take
a trip to Chicago or points in the cast for
$11.50 from Council UlulTs to Chicago
and return. Two through express trains
run daily , leaving Omaha at 9:15 : a. m ,
and 0:05 : p. m. , running palace sleeping
and dining cars. Ample accommoda
tions will uo furnished for cvoryono. Re
serve your sleeping car berths and se
cure your tickets at the Chicago & North
western ticket ollice. 1411 Farnam street.
W. N. UAUCOCK ,
General Western Agent.
lint tlio Professor Gels One-Half of
tlio Contract Money.
At the fair grounds on the Fourth , the
attendance was probably 10,000. Of these
5,7GO bought tickets at the gate , a number
secured admission with complimentary
tickets for services and articles rendered
and loaned , and the balance jumped over
Prof. Oscar Hunt left last evening
for the cast , deeply regretting the acci
dent which prevented him from making
the ascension which he had contracted
for. In consideration of the expenses to
wliich the professor w is put by his trip ,
the executive committee decided to pay
him about half of what his contract called
for , as may bo seen by the following let
OMAHA , July 0 , Julius Meyer , chairman of
tlio executive committee of the Knights of
Labor Dear Sir. Whilst deeply le-
grolilng the unavoidable accident which prevented -
vented my making the balloon ascension ac
cording to the contract , I sincciely thank
you and the Knights of Labor of Umahti lor
jour generosity lu m\kiii'- : me
a liberal allowance of S200 as
part payment of my expenses to
Omaha. In fact , I nave always received
tlio best ot treatment at the hands ot your
citizens. I'JtoF. OSCAU HUNT.
GRAND EXCURSION TO CHICAGO.
$14.no For thu Hound Trip.
Commencing on July 0 and continuing
on sale until July 13 , the Chicago ,
Hock Island & Pacific railway will bell
round trip tickets to teachers and ALL
OTHEits that wish to take a trip to Chicago
cage at $1-1.50 for the round trip from
Council Binds. Two through express
trains are run daily , leaving Omaha at
0:15 : a. m. and 0:05 : p. m. , running now.
elegant Pullman Palace Sleeping and
Dining Cars. Ample accommodations
will bo provided for every one. Reserve
your Pullman berths and secure your
tickets ut the Chicago , Hock Island it
Pacific ticket oflico , 1SJ05 Farnam street.
Tickets good coing on all through
express trains from July Gth to llitli in
clusive. S. S. STEVENS ,
General Western Agent.
A Cat hello College.
Father Ryan , of Columbus , in this
state , the second oldest Catholic priest
iu Nebraska , has been in town and
stated that it was his intention to donate
110 acres of land lying outside Columbus
to a religious order for the purpose ot
establishing n Catholic college. The
land is worth about f 100 an aero , and
Father Ryan is now engaged in trying to
find a religious order wliich will accept
the proposition. Ho has submitted the
matter to Uishop O'Connor.and has been
encouraged in the project by that gentle
man , lie has also outlined the idon to
Father Dowling , president of Crel/jhton /
college in this city , through whom it will
be brought to the attention of the provin
cial of the Jesuit order in St. Louis.
Estimates for glass furnished by Cum
mmgs & Neilson , jobbers of Plate , Win
dow and Ornamental Glass , Paints , Oils ,
etc. , 1118 Furuam St.
Armour or Lilpton ?
Mr. Cudahy , Armour's associate in
Chicago , arrived in town yesterday and
was been closeted the greater part
of the time with Johu A.
MoShano and Mr. Lipton. Tim
objects of this conference Mr. .McSliano
informed a UKK reporter this mumim1 * , I *
to determine what ( shall bo dom < ty Mr.
Armour , either buy Lipton out or inilld.
for himself. At HOW o'clock this after-
noou the parties were still in consulta
J. McDonnell , F. A. I. A. , Architect ,
N. , cor , IStU-aud. Dodge ,
PROTECT OUR BREAD.
The machinery of the law cannot be put nrj work too speedily
or too vigorously against the wholesale adulteration of the things
wo cat. Both the health and the pockets of the people demand
. . _ . .
protection. - " - > - .
There Is no article of food in general use more wickedly adul
terated than the lower grades of baking powder.
For raising bread , biscuit or other food only the very best and
purest baking powder should be employed. The use of the ordin
ary cream of tartar , or of baking powders containing lime , alum and
phosphates , carries deleterious ingredients into the food to the
prejudice of the life and health of the consumer.
The sale of adulterated baking powders has been prohibited
by statute in several localities. It will bo in the interests of the
public health when their sale is made a misdemeanor everywhere ,
and the penalties of the law are rigidly enforced.
The ordinary baking powder contains either lime , which ,
introduced into the system in too free quantities , causes serious dis
orders of the kidneys ; alum , a corrosive poison , or lime phosphates ,
which arc condemned by physicians as deleterious in their effect
when taken under certain physical conditions. The Royal is the
only baking powder on the market that is free from lime ,
alum and phosphates , and absolutely pure.
The absolute purity of the Royal Baking Powder makes it
pre-eminently the most useful and wholesome leavening agent
known. Containing no lime , alum , phosphate or other impurity ,
it leaves no alkaline or other residuum in the food , and its use
always insures pure , light and sweet bread , biscuit and cake , thrtt
are perfectly digestible and wholesome whether hot or cold , frssh
or stale. Its leavening power lias been determined the highest
whenever tested by official authority , and all chemists and writers
on food hygiene commend it for its sterling qualities.
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Priced the lowest. Repairing a specialty. Work warranted.
Corner Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union
THE POLICU CAPTAINCY.
How the New Appointment Is Con
The resignation of John McDonald
from the senior captaincy of the police
force is generally regretted by the police
force and those who are familiar with
the workings of the department. Mc
Donald was an efficient oflScer and a very
popular man. The appointment of
Thomas Cormick to the position is con
sidered eminently lilting , as ho is a good
olliccr and next in succession. The ap
pointment of Dull' Grcon to the junior
captaincy vacated by the promotion of
Cormick is criticised somewhat , ( ireon
is considered a good man for the posi
tion , but it is held the commission made a
mistake in going outside the regular force
fora captain. It is paid that in order to
secure the most etlicient service the po-
ice should bo moved forward in regular
uccession where competent. Following
ho usual order , the vacant captaincy
houKl have gone to Sergeant Mostyn ,
who has done good service on the police
Torco and who is a competent olliccr. It
ivus asserted yesterday that the appoint
ment of Green was to placate several of
.ho councilmcn and was not upon the
recommendation of the chief. That
'unctionary , however , refused to talk
upon the point when questioned by a re
porter for the BEK. The council , by the
b.imo old holid vole , returned the paper
notifying the body of the appointment.
IIB IS AV OIL INSPECTOR.
The reason of Captain McDonald's
resignation was the teiulor to and accep
tance by him of thu position of deputy
state oil inspcctior , an ollico created by
ho last legislature , when the oil inspuc-
ion biTi was introduced. This is a posi
tion which pays in the vicinity of about
? 1HX ! ) a year , though the remuneration is
based upon the amount of oil inspected ,
the legal charge for wliich is 10 cents
A foolish rumor lins been in circula
tion , to thu effect that Captain
McDonald's resignation had been
brought about by the fact that Chief
Seavey had ulaccd him , thu senior cap
tain , in charge of the "special" police
men on the Fourth , while he allowed the
junior captain , Cormack , to control the
regulars. The chief denied that there
was any truth in the story. Captain Mo-
Donald was satislied with his position ,
and never gave expression to an objec
tion. On the contrary iho matter was
thoroughly understood by both ollicors
THE CUOWDKO TRACK.
Why AVcro tlm Policemen 1'ttld nt tlio
Fair Grounds ?
Philip Andres , chairman of the Ath
letic corumitte which had charge of the
sports ut the fair grounds on the Fourth ,
took exception to the remark of thu HKK
that the committee had been tax in its
efforts to keep the track clear to enable
everybody to see and prevent accidents.
Ho claimed that the committee consisted
of himself , Henry Kummerow , Genrtru
Anthcs , Thomas Falconer , Jerome Pent-
zcl , and P. P. Pomeroy , and those could
net , even if they had nothing else to do ,
keep the crowd oil the track. There
wore six policemen on the ground and
the committee asked them to attend to
the business and several of them refused
to have anything to do with the matter.
Some of them , however , did make an at
tempt to keep an open way , but they also
failed. Yet , Mr. Andres says these po
licemen were paid $18 for their work by
the finance committee of the undertaking ,
or about f 3 a pieco. Now , the question
has been suggested , why did the police
men get paid especially as they were act
ing inside the city limits ?
Condition of the Strike.
The strike of the bricklayers and plas
terers' tenders still continues. With a
fuw exceptions , existing for the mosl
part among the smaller contractors , the
wages demanded by the union are not
paid. The union men , howevcrshow nc
sign of wavering. Work Is in progress
on a few of the buildings in town yester
day morning where non-union labor la em
ployed , including the Shcely block or
Fltteenta and Howard , where there art
some thirty men engaged by Witlniol
liros. , contractors , and * school on St
Mary's avenue for which Devcrell Uros
arc contractors , Messru. J. F. ( taults , 11
Livescy , N. Ittner and Shaw & Field alsc
bavu boon at Truck. Tlio Jut named li
cputructoFforTliu FTFbt National bank on
Farnam and Thirteenth streets where a
couple of carpenters , in order to help the
contractors out , went to work yesterday
morning tending the bricklayers. But
when the hitter , four in number , became
aware that the men were not union la
borers , threw down their tools and re
fused to proceed further.
MOKTU'An Y MATTBIlS.
'acts ' About Tlioso Who Have De
parted this Lille.
The funeral of Thos. Collins look place
csterday morning from St. Patrick's '
liurch. It was probably the largest that
vcr went to St. Mary's cemetery , where
"athcr Jeannette spoke of the many vlr-
ucs possessed by Mr , Collins , and closed
jy paying a tribute of respect to his
nemory. The pall bearers were Patrick
highs. Jerry Mahonev , John Hegloy ,
'd Callaghan , Johu Haley and John
Ijocnl Sportlmj Tips.
Tno continued dry weather has in
ured an imnipnsc crop of chicken in all
mrts of the statu. The close season ends
O Loary , Krohmoyer , Swift , Ilcaley ,
cnins and Bailer , the unmanageable
clement in the Omaha base hall team ,
mvo cut ofl' their noses to spite their
Blanch Kennedy and John Pott } * made
clean scores at the shoot on the Fourth of
Inly , and may ho justly ranked among
ho host shots of the Mate.V. . E. Nasou ,
' . Simpson. William Krtig , Frank Chrys-
tier , ( ius Ickcr , and C. B. Lane are also
rapidly getting to the front.
The hulk of Omaha's sporting fratorn-
ty were iu attendance at the Council
UliiUs races yostonhiy afternoon.
The Lcfovors and Omahas hold a joint
shoot on the grounds hack of Shaw Us
fields warehouse Saturday.
Chairman Balcomho yesterday morning
told si BEE reporter that hereafter when
upon paving contractors commence to
work a street will not allocw any resident
to make any connection withcitlicr sewer
or water or gas mains. In a
few days thu paving will ho
commenced on South Sixteenth street ,
and yet not a property holder has com
plied with his notification to make all his
street connections. Mr. Balcombo says
that not one of those will bo allowed to
make up for lost time , and proposes to
enforce the rule rigidly hero-
after. Herototoro property owners
made their connections almost when
they pleased , and frequently right before
the pavers. As a consequence delays
ensued and bad surfaces with hastily
filled trenches was the conswiuonco , thus
endangering tlio durability of the pave
Captain Cyrus-A. Karnest , Eighth in
fantry , Fort Niobrara , Nob. , has boon as
signed to duty in charge of the depart
ment rifle camp to bo established on the
Bellevue rillo range , for competitors , etc. ,
at the coming annual department rillo
competition. He will report to Colonel
Henry at this place on July 25. Secoml
Lieutenant E. N. Jones , of Fort Niobrara ;
Second Lieutenant L. D. Greene , Fort
Laramle , and Second Lieutenant C. II.
Cochrun , Cnnipi Pilot Butte , have been
ordered to report to him for duty in con
nection with the competition.
The following nro the Importations for
Juno , 1887 as reported by deputy col
lector Jordan :
Max Mover & Co. , twelve cases cigars
Havanna ; Wedeler iV Co. , fourteen
hales leaf tobacco Havanna ; Pacilic
Hotel Co. , ten cases champagne
Hnvnnna : S. P. Morse & Co. , ono case
hosiery-London ; . L. Wright , thirty-
eight crates queensware Liverpool.
The lines collected in the police court
during Juno nearly pays thu whole police
force for the month.
Physicians and all concerned should
bear in mind thai neglect in returning
births to the city physician is subject to a
penalty of not lass than $ r > or moro than
| 50. It might bo well to recollect also
that Dr. Ualph intends to bo moro par
ticular than has boon Uio ca.so in seeing
thai this duty is i > crforuicd.
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 a
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 cut and slaughter them. When we cut we do not do it
with a knife we take the cxo , for instance.
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 Cassimere Sack Suits , a fine grev pin
h eck , 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
cut it down to $5.75.
Another lot of same qualitv and make , onlv different pattern , :
a neat , stvlish stripe , for same price. These two suits are the
greatest bargain ever offered.
One lot of strictlv All Wool Suits , plain grey color ; this is al.
durable suit , well gotten up , cut down to $5 ; the cheapest all wool
shown , and worth at least $8.5O-
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
out down to prices that will clean them out at once.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictlv one price at
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fm l Cull an 1 consult u * . oruMi't LMorjr of jyurcuKtUi lump ,
n will fceu4 In pit In ratr [ | , our
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
1'pon Trlvnt1. * * * i > f Ul mil Jtervotm PIonw , Smn ( J M nkr * * * ,
orrli in , Jiii | * > tinry , BrphHK liuu rrhau , UUu , ami * 1 *
KtNjtu * f > i pHtleiiti , Ail'lriM ,
( HI III V JIKIHCAf , A tJUIUlH'lTi IXSTITIT , or
Dr. McMenamy , Cor. 13th si. & Capitol Av.,0nidna , , Ned.
JleiHcal Eooks or L'upcrs Free.
The iiroprlotorof tlio Omaha Mcillml anil FtirKl-
cul Inalltutu hns imMls'iioilu ' vilinble : ; ( 't of liook *
nml papcm upon clironloimil Burulral licenses anil
( ti'lorniltlo" , unit tlio iiielliinU of euro \\hldiliine
Klrcn him tuu roiiututlon uf bolnit the most skill
ful unit MiCtOt-BtuI specialist In tlio west , and
mule tlielniitltute > o cclubiaU'il that mo MclnuM iiro
rent to and imtlcnti riceUiM Iroin ctcry mate In
tlio union , Anionu tliol > ( vok l < onu upon ttiodhciu-
ctt of wfiiuani onu upon noroua , special and private
dl-'eapc' * of tlio nexual and urinary orcnni ; rtirlco-
cclo curi'il uy urilcal oporatlonf , and their latch
Invented clump compress auspcn'ury for the iclluf
nail euro n ( vnrlcoculo , iiervmis uihauitlon uml Be-
uul iletilllty , new rcstoratlvo treutiaont. i'aper *
upon fltirgliHl hnici < , rllca , cancer * . iwralyMs , till.
Ulcotrleliy anil the now miiKiiutlc tmnery for homo
u u ; catiurhUMd Initiation , etc. Unllko mo t luwka
ueil by ilottiira Iree , they do not consist
( testimonials with tUmtoiH mimes and Initials ,
r rubbish of that kind , but are plain descriptions
fdl casoB , symptom" , nuwilljcoverlus In medicine ,
uritery and electricity , anil aio well north the pa-
Uftal. and ean bo obtained free by iiitdrt"Mlnit tbo
flmnlin Medical nml Suruical Institute , 13tli utrue
and Capital Avenue , Omaha , Nebraska.
N.W. Harris & Go.
66 DEVONSHIRE ST. BOSTON. L
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RAM n0 ofCotwtlos.Citiea , TownsWixter ,
tillnUA OIIH. btreol. lt.lt. CO.'B n ( .poc.
' * * laity. Corrc8HjuUeuco | BullcituU.
MA N I ! U U U 1'r RESTORED. mituro 'D iV , "SFf.iSj
IJeWIItTJxist.Manlioo < ! , nc.hnvlni"trlMlM vain
every uno < vn rtme < lv. his ( ll covenil a KlinpU
cure. H btch hn * 111 iu > nU FREC Ui liln ft How gufft-r n * .
ireuM. O. J. tIAMlN. Tuet UUlm Obi 3KU. New York City
WEAK , NERVOUS PEOPLE
Anil others ftiifvilnif from
nervous < l < hlllly ( filiauKtlntc
inronlo riiKeiuts , pitmaturo
ilecllnu nfutini ? ur old Kr
ualtlTfly cuird l > 7 Dr.
. . _ _ .Jorne'i famout I'l.-ctro.
M ntllr HellTliou mU
SUto In theUnlun liavo li n ciiml.
- , . . . -tir liwtanllyfclt I'Ucnkilaml mid II )
jenrs Whole family can wear name liilt Klrelrlo
' - - Illiinalelitltn Avoid oHhle slm.
Italians ami lioirus con'manin"F.lcvlrlo Truw for
Hupturv. 7i ( ) > iMireilln'HS. Rend mump for | > int'hlit. '
08. W. J. HOINE , INVENTOR , 191 WABASH AV. , CHICAGO.
XCtfftrB rurmd vltl..ui Nt..ai . h lllrrflclH .bTtli
OHKAT MA11STO.V TKKATA1KNT.
ruled lo k ! ( frAff. Bbotlldbo TUul bT
Ih.Un.ll of MADE ) STRONG
Iliflr Honl. _ _ _ _ _
W * Replete will. Itirnrmmldn of vfttua to all men.
MARSTONREMEDYCO.I9ParkPllc . New York.
casoacurrd. No knllo. dni ( ; ' > r clninps iiacd.
AilU. V. O. Supply Co Ilox72& ht. l.ould , Ato.
U. S. DEPOSI'IXJUV ,
Faid up Capital $250,000
II.V. . Yiilos , President.
A. E. Toir/.ulin , Vicn-I'rpslilont.
W. 11. S. Hushes , Cashier ,
\V. V. Morse , John S Collins ,
II.V. . Yates , Lewis S. llecd.
A. E. Touzalm.
BANKJNO OFFICE :
THE IRON BANK
Cor. t2th ftiiU Farnam Hts.
A Gcneul bunkiuu liusiucsa Trunsacte
Display at their warerooms , 1305 and 13O7 Farnam Street ,
the largest assortment of Pianos and Organs to be found at
any establishment west of Chicago. The stock embraces the
highest class and medium grades , Including
ORGAN STANDARD , > *
Prices , quality and durability considered , are placed at the
lowest living rates for cash or time payments , while the long
established reputation of the house , coupled with tholr most
liberal interpretation of the guarantee on their goods , affords
the purchaser an absolute safeguard against loss by possible
defects in materials and workmanship.
LYON & HEALY ,
I30S A 1307 FARNAM STREET *
These Paints are in every respect otrictly Crat-clftSfl , being compoHod of
tbo best and purest materials obtainable. Tlioy have a larger sale than
any other paints inado in this country or abroad , and , although they cost
& triilo inoro per gallon , they \vill do more and better work for the sama
amount of money , owing to their wonderful covering properties , whila
their superior durability renders them the most economical painta in th
world. Sample Sheets and Descriptive Price List frco by znniL
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURINQ CO. ,
BOLE MiHUriCTCBKRH OF 4 '
H.W. Johnn'FIro and Water-Proof Asbestos Itooflnc1 , fihcatlilnp , Riillrtlnpr Felt ,
Aihc to Btcum I'acklngi , Ilullur Covering ! , Hoof I'ulnts , riro-1'roof Taint * . -loi
VULCABESTONi M ° " 1J1 riaton-nod rocUlnff > Illngf , OaslicU. Sheet racking- , rte ?
Established 1858. 175 RANDOLPH ST. , CHICAGO.w""LofffiKi"1111" -
For Sale by Chicago Lumber Co. , Omaha , Nob. , and Council ISluiTs , lowiu
DEWEYdfc STONE ,
I FURNITURE I
A magnificant display of everything
useful and ornamental in the furniture
maker's art , at reasonable prices.
New Model Lawn Mower
Five. Size * . Will nit higher gras than
< ( i > H oUicr. Han no equal for tslmpUcltu ,
tlurabiUtu and cane of operation.
Thin is tlio latest Improved Ma
chine in the Market.
Linv 1'rlren , Send for circulars.
PHIL STIMMEL & CO.
OMAHA , NKllJtANKA.
e Aacntu for 1'orlcr'a Jlaulnu Tot Tl
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