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ARMOUR'S BONDS TO BE PAID
Mr , McShane Says That the Great Packer
Shall Have the $100,000 ,
OMAHA'S RAILWAY CIRCLES.
An Unknown Killed By a Drlck Kiln
A Bane Dnll Crank In Court
A New Flour Mill
Fowler and Armonr.
Yesterday a reporter for the BEE
Bought John A. McShnno's views upon
the notion taken by 1-owlor , the packer ,
enjoining the Union Stockyards corn-
pan ) * from giving to the latter $100,000
in stock. The gentleman was , at first ,
opposed to saying anything upon the
eubjcct. The giving of a const deration
Of the kind , mentioned was a private
affair , oven though the matter had been
referred to the paper with which ho was
associated , but that reference was incor
Ii rect , and more than that it had been
* -i rnado during his absence. Mr. McShano
$ had not read or even seen Fowler's peti
if tion , but understood that it sought to en
join the Stockyards company from issu
ing $100,000 to Mr. Armour.
"Wo have given a subsidy , " said Mr.
McShane , "of $100,000 to Fowler , and wo
gave another one to Swift and wo prom
ised to give another to Armour ,
and wo uroposo to give it to him.
You may call this a subsidy
or the givinc of something for nothing ,
but when wo gave that encouragement
wo considered that the facility ho would
Afford us tor disposing of hogs und other
advantages , would bo an equivalent for
the bonus , and that is the way wo con
sidered something really being given
for something. Mr. Fowler may object ,
but wo propose to give Armour what wo
promised. ! No , it is not trim that we are
questioning the advisability of selling
him $100,000stock in the company. That
Is settled. Wo promised to sell him that
nraonnt and wo are going to sell it to
" "On what grounds does Mr. Fowler
base his opposition to granting this sub
sidy to Mr. Armour1'
'rOn mrrolv professional grounds. 1
had H talk with Mr. Fowler in Chicago
about this business. He know all about
this matter. I told him wo were going
to give Armour the terms 1 have spoken
about. He objected and said that if wo
did ho would enjoin us. "
"Why ? "
"Ho said ho did not want to put a club
into the hands ot n rival to beat him over
the head with. Armour and Fowler are
rivals , and Fowler hold that as a stock
holder of the company ho would never
consent to have his money used to ad
vance a rival. "
"What did you say to him ? "
"I told him that 1 was willing to act
with him as a stockholder in the matters
of the cumuany. but that us a packer I
would have nothing to sav to him on the
subject. Ho has since enjoined us. "
"When will lilo "
you your answer ?
"To-day , 1 guess , or to-inorrow. "
AMONG THE 11A1LROAUS.
Union Pacific Matters Mr. KimuaU's
The first of September is likely to sco
Jjjany important changes in the Union
Pacific bendqu ncrs. In fact the olliccs
are to bo reorganized ; The traflio de
partment has been abolished which lets
out Messrs. Kimball and Shelby , though
as already published , the former is
made assistant to the first vice president ,
and the latter It is thought , will have
some position on the staff of the same
ofllcial. The other changes have also
been mentioned in the BEE. Mr. Van
Kuran , who has succeeded D. D. Davis ,
has Instructions to reduce the force of
the freight auditor's department at least
25 per cent. This cannot be done under
the present system , which is known as
the "Davis system , " and which has re
quired a wonderful increase of clerks
over that formerly run by Mr. Taylor ,
Davis1 predecessor. The latter system
is in use on the Durllngton road and will
bo restored to the Union Pacific when
the reduction in the force takes place.
Under the Taylor regime the work in all
t the auditing otticcs was done by less than
ninety men. Under the Davis system
ever ono hundred and ninety are re
quired. And yet the work IB not so satis
factorily performed as it was before tno
I ohango. In the view of Mr.
Potter being in favor of
the old "Q'r system and also
in view of the great reduction in the forces
which ho has been making , it was but
.niituralthat the old system should bo re
called and that the clerical foroo should
bo reduced to its requirements. In this
reduction , all other things being equal.
the older and more competent men will
The claim department , it is rumored ,
Is to be separated from the freight auditing
department and a freight claim agent is
to be appointed. The assistant freight
claim agents in Kansas Citv ' , Denver and
Salt Lake will bo abolished'and the general -
oral freight agents at those points will
handle the claim business and report all
suoli business to the freight claim agent
at Omaha. The freight claim agout will
report to the auditor.
There is HOIUO speculation as to the
tenure of Mr. VunKurau's position. Ho
] s an old and tried employe of the com-
, but ho was not appointed by Mr.
'otter.and ' this fact seems to bo the basis
of the suspicion. lu connection with
this circumstance , the retirement of Mr.
Davis was accompanied by a reference
to his extravagant department which ,
however , was not entirely deserved. In
ono of his reports to Mr. Adams , Mr.l'ot-
tor referred with some pride to the fact
that ho had made a number of reductions
which would result in the saving of thou <
sands of dollars to the company , but
while that was the case in the operating
department ho noticed that at the same
time m ono month there had been au
increase in the expenses of the auditing
departmcut of over $1,000. The mutter
was not explained , but the fact is thai
Amount represented the value of the
work ami other expenses incurred bj
the company in securing from the Paeilic
rail way commission the information re
quired by them on the occasion of then
Messra. Kimball. Muuroe and Dlcktm-
son have gene to Denver to meet Presi
dent Adams und Vice President Potter ,
Tlioy will principally discuss Colorado
matters at their mooting.
To-daylho D. & M. will open fort ]
miles of new ro'.ul from Central City ti
Grcoly Center. There are three station ;
on this extension.
A IHG CHANGK.
It Is understood on good authority tha
the Pullman Car company has boei
Granted the privilege of running bull'o
cars between Omaha , San Francisco am
Portland , the arrangement to take ofTcc
September 1. This Is considered a dircc
slap at the Pacific Hotel company , whicl
has had control of the majority of th
online houses on the lines named. Th
Bald company made its contract with th
Union Pacific in Doston live years ago
It is about to oxpiro. and it is said tha
President Adams desires to "conccn
Mr. Skinner , head of the Pullman ( Ja
company la Om.tha , on being intvrro
anted m the promises replied
I/Well / , that may bo eor bu
Ji ] ft lUUe preiautuic to talk of it DOW. '
"This will knock the railway eating
houses sky high. " remarked an old tlmo
railroader. "When persons can cat on
the cars they won't patronize the sta
None of the Pacific Hotel company
officials could bo foundso their version of
the matter cannot at present bo stated
SIIF.LUY HAS NOT KESIONKD.
It is now ofllcially announced , Mr.
Potter being the authority , that P. P.
Shelby , assistant general traflio manager
of the Union Pacific , has not tendered
his resignation ! neither , it is alleged , has
it been asked for. Mr. Shelby , it Is
known , has been in bad health
for some time , and for the
purpose of recuperating has asked for a
leave of absence of three mouths and the
leave has been granted. Ho will spend
this period in Europe , after which he will
return to this country and again resume
his connection with tno Union Pacific.
THE MOTOIl LINE.
Work Is progressing on this line on
Twenty-second street , between Hickory
street and Popnlcton avenue. The cross
ing at Fifteenth and Cass streets has
been amicably arranged with the
street car company. In reply to a
question as to the seemingly loose man
ner in which the rails were laid on some
streets Dr. Mcrcor says that the
reason is because these streets were to bo
paved , and consequently it would be
foolishness to put down permanent
tracks now when they would have to be
changed as soon as the pavement was
THE CAIU.E LINE.
The Cable Tramway company are dis
tributing yokes and other material on
Dodge street west of Twentieth , and it
expects in a few days to commence the
laving of the same in the ground.
The curves which tire to connect the
Dodge and Twentieth street lines have
Engine No. 820 , of the Union Pacific ,
drawing the cars containing the passen
gers from the cast , yesterday jumped
the track just as it was entering the
depot. No ono was to blame , but several
occupants of the car had to complain be
cause they wore compelled to indulge m
a little extra walk.
. ( J. White , of the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad , has removed his western head
quarters from DCS Moines. la. , to this
city. His oflice at present is in Hellman
block. Mr , White is an old railroad man
and his name indicates his character.
On August 1 the Northern Pacific Ex
press company withdrew from all the
river , ocean and rail lines of the Oregon
Railway and Navigation company and
gave up the field entirely to tno Pacific
express company which operates along
the Union Pacific and Oregon Railway
and Navigation lines as far as Umatilla
Junction , running into Portland jointly
with the Northern Pacific. Joint ofliccs
will bo maintained in Portland and San
Francisco by the Northern Pacific and
Pacific Express companies.
SLEPT 1XTO DEATH.
Tno Strange Accident Whlcb Killed
a Man Yesterday.
Wednesday night at 12 o'clock a roughly
lad , good-natured young follow asked
ermisslon from the foreman of the
rick-yard near the corner of Twenty-
ourth street and the Union Pacific
'ailroad to sleep beside ono of his
warm kilns. Ho had boon sleeping in
he timber above for several nights , and
t was getting too cold to remain there
onger. The stranger's request was
granted and the young man lay down on
Liie warm ground beside the glowing
kiln , and feu asleep. About 2-.80yesterday
morning the wall of the kiln imraodi-
mediately over him , slid down upon him ,
burying him Under a pile of bricks which
Acquired an hour to remove. When
'ound the young man was deaoT. Nobody
know him. Coroner Drexel empanelled
ii jury , and the verdict returned was in
accordance with the facts.
Notloe to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will bo received at
ho oflice of the city clerk in the city of
Jaramio , until 0 o'clock p. m. , on the
28d day of August , 1887 , for constructing
sewers in the city of Laramie , Albany
county , Wyoming territory.
Forms of proposals , copies of specifica
tion and instructions to contractors may
to obtained of the 'engineer , and the
Diana and profiles may bo seen at this
Each bid must bo accompanied by a
deposit of $100 as a guarantee of the
good faith of the bidder.
The council reserve the right to reject
any or all bids. LEUov GIIANT ,
Attest : Mayor.
C. F. SHELTON , Clerk.
MADE A HOME RUN.
How an Iowa Base Ball Fiend Worked
the Police Maelatrate.
"William Higgins , " .called Judge" Berka
at the police court yesterday and Will
iam , a tall , lean , cadaverous youth ,
metaphorically covered with moss and
bay seeds , came diffidently forward ,
twirling his dilapidated old beaver in his
"Higgins , you are charged with being
a vagrant. "
"What's a vagrant ? "
"A wauderor. a vagabond , a strolling
bogcar , according to Joseph E. Wor
cester , LL. D. , but according to this
court a tramp and a dead boat , one ot
those fellows who lays around the town
without any visible means of support. "
"Them's not mo , mister , 1 work. "
"Work ! where ? "
"On the farm at homo. "
"Where is your homo ? "
"Eighteen miles from Council Bluffs. "
"What are you doing hero ? "
"Why , I name in to see the game , and
I tell you it's coed as a circus to see
Bader catch lliosl Did you ever see him ,
mister , pull down a tly ? "
"Pull down n fly ; what are
you talking about ? Slgwart , In this
man all right hero , " und the judge
turned to the jailor and tapped his fore
head with his lead pencil.
"Oh , he's a dandy , he is , mister , and
catches a fly just as easy as I could catch
u horse car.1'
"You don't toll mo thorp is a man in
Omaha who makes u living catching
tiles ? " nnd the judge frowned awfully
upon the young lowan.
"Yes , sir , t fly never gets away from
Bader , ho just ouU 'eml"
"Eats llios ? "
"That's what ho does , and every time
ho comes to the platu he knocks the stuf-
fia' outen the pig skin , tool Oh , I toll you
Bailor's. * jimmy I"
"Knocks the stuflln' out of the pig.skin
Slgwart , what's this idiot talking aboui
anyway sausages. "
"Looks if he's guyiu' you , judgo. "
"It does , does it ? Guyiiui me : well
that Is refreshing ! Hero , Higgins , I :
Bador oats ilics und knock the lining oui
of wiener wurst , and all that sort of f
thing , what clso t'ocs he do. "
"Ho runs , mister ! "
"Runs-runs where , at the nose ? "
"No , no , runs from one bag to the
other , fastor'n dad's old mare ! "
"Flies , pigsKlns , sausages , boys , " mut
tered the court , as ho bout his head upoi
lua hand as if in sore perplexity , Slid
donly ho straightened up , however , ant
hitting the desk a smash with his gavel
ho turned fiercely upon the young ad
mircr of the national game and ojao
"Higglna , you are an asa ! I pity you ,
but you must leave the town or go to tin
lunatic asylum. Wbalon lot him c-ut.ani
jou wlgtit jkcculuraltt liia
the old homestead with the toe of your
boot. Git , Higgins , my brain's In a
The base bull ( lend had evidently de
livered to the judge u clean knocK-ont
blow , and the balance of the docket ho
ran off at about the rate of a mile a
A FLOURING MILL IN OMAJIA.
A Location Bnlng Looked Up for Such
Mr. Sorvoiso , a milling export of the
Nordyko & Merman company , of In
dianapolis , Ind. , nnd Mr. Young , agent
of the George T. Smith purifier , Detroit ,
Mich. , are at the Millard in company
with Mr. Crow , the projector , for the
purpose of fixing the grounds , taking the
levels , etc , , in case a location is chosen
"Our Intention , " said Mr. Crow , "is to
put in a mill with a capacity of from 1)00 )
to 400 barrels , first class in every respect ;
to bo either stone or brick , provided wo
get a suitable location. All wo ask of the
citizens of Omaha is a location. "
"Mr. Eddy , of the Belt line , has taken
great interest in this rnattcrdoiug every
thing possible to secure us a site , order
ing a train out to take us ever the Belt
line to look up a location. Ho is trying
to secure the grounds on the Belt
line , and has in view lot nineteen on
Sherman avenue , not far north of Nicholas
las , which fronts on the avenueand abuts
the Belt line. Ho odors to donate ono--
half the price of this lot if the city will
donate the other half. It Is owned by the
Bolt lino. S. II. H. Clark , cone ml man
ager of the Missouri Piioine. has tele
graphed Mr. Eddy that the lot may bo
sola for the purpose of a mill at a fair ap
praised valuation , "
The Drought of Uantral Iowa not ao
Bud aa Reported.
Mr. E. I * . Emery , the assistant super
intendent of tlio Omaha Fair association ,
s at present making a tour of localities
in neighboring states , in the interest of
the fair in September. In all the sections
this gentleman has visited , ho has ob
served the most enthusiastic interest in
Omaha's fall festivities. The farmers of
the various localities are actively en
gaged in preparations for participation
in the coming fair , and show great prom
ise of adding much to its splendid exhi
bits. Yesterday Mr. Emory returned
from a trip to central and south
western Iowa , and in conver
sation with a representative of the
Bir gave a brief account of his trip.
Of this particular section the
crop reports have of late been
anything but llattering , but Mr.
Emery slates that their coudition
is by no means as bad as reported. It is
true , that in some localities the crops have
suffered greatly from drought , but it maybe
bo said that this is hardly more than
local , many sections being blessed With
'air and promising crops. The cause of
his drought is on account of the rains of
ho past season , which have been light
ml local. The farmers of this portion of
owa are prosperous barring the few
.emporarlly inconvenienced by the
ack of ram. On his trip Mr. Emery
visited a number of excellent farms ,
among which may bo mentioned as a
'air illustration of the whole , that of
Mr. J. T. Thornton of Farragut , Iowa.
Mr. Thornton combinas with profit
two of the greatest professions ,
agriculture and journalism. He is the
( liter of the Farragut Sentinel , a
bright , enterprising weekly paper , pub
lished in that town. As a tarmor Mr.
Thornton exhibits a commendable prac-
icability. His farm is one mile from the
.own of Farragut , and in point of ac're-
\iro is ample , though conveniently han
dled. On thU farm are raised horses ,
hogs and cattle , whichaftor a systematic
breeding , are now nearly all full blood.
Mr. Thornton's idea scorns to bo that
the best stock is the cheapest , the
luost profitable to thii breeder , and the
more easily disposed of to tlln consumer.
Ho raises no stork for showand his reason
for systematically reducing his stock to
its present condition is in order to pro
duce the best and most profitable ma
terial for the market. As a consequence
of this wise policy.tho products of Thorn
ton's ranch readily meet u good and
Mr. Emory left yesterday for Creston ,
la. , und vicinity , where ho will resume
his labors in behalf of the coming fair.
History or n Fountain.
Several years ago an eastern lady of
philanthropic principles donated to the
city a pair of ornamental fountains. Ono
of those , with ornate lanterns , foliated
shaft and shapely basins , stood at the
alloy near the Omaha National bank.
First the lamps disappeared , then the
shaft was broken oil' and thrown in the
alley , where it now lies , and now the
base and basins have boon overturned
and sadly broken. The council at the
last meeting ordered the removal of the
remains to the corner of Eleventh street
and Capitol avonuo. Since its erection
the fountain has been responsible for the
blockading of the street in a very serious
way , and at the same time the breaking
of a number of bugclcs , so much so that
the business men in the vicinity are satis-
tied with its removal. The beneficence of
the eastern lady will do just us much
good in the locality whcie the disman
tled fountain will be ro-ercctcd.
A Tlirlvlnt * Village.
P. S. Barnes , of Weeping Water , Cass
county , is in the city attending the racus.
Ho says that nearly all the stone busi
ness formerly done at Louisville is now
transacted at Weeping Water. Even W.
H. B. Stout has transferred a great portion
tion of his interests. There are 250 men
there now crushing rock , and thirty cars
of the samp are sent over the Missouri
Pacific daily to Omaha. Contractor
Robinson has opened works for cutting
dimension stone , and when ho gets
started it is estimated that live hundred
stone cutters will bo at work iu Weeping
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they are all disposed of , about
One thousand suits comprising four different lines at the following
One lot men's sack suits made of good Union Oassimere ; a nice small
check , serge lining , covered buttonsand altogether made up in goofl
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Two lots of men's sack suits , both the same quality but different pat *
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adapted for wear now as well as later on in the season.
One lot of young mens' suits , sizes from 33 to 38 , a splendid pattern of
silk mixture oassimere , Italian lining and elegantly made for $5.25' ,
Our object in placing these suits on sale at these prices is two-fold ;
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pensive clothing , a substantial and good looking suit at a merely
nominal price. Our second and main object is to advertise ourselveg
and pave the way for the immense fall business for which we prepare
and which we expect to do.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price at
Nebraska Clothing Company ,
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
During July and August , our store closes at 6:80 : p. m. , except Saturday.
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Dr. icHmay. Cor. 13tb iv. & najltol AY.Onaoa , Net ) .
Medical BooHs orPapers Free.
Ttoe proprietor ot the OtuaUii Mudlcal and Surgl-
eat Institute lias publlsned a valuable set of books
and papers upon chlunlo and surgical diseases nnu
deformities , and the methods ot cure wblDliliavp
elrcn hlmtue reputation ot being tie most tklll ;
III I und sucissiul ipoclallit In tu * west , anil
made the Institute to celebrated that medicine * ure
it to and a imtlenti recelrea from eveiy rtateln
the union. Aniong the books Is one upon the dlAOUS-
foot woman : on upon nervous , spiclal and private
diseases of the seiiml and urlimrr organs : yarlca-
tele cured br surgical operutioni , and their lately
Invented clump compress suspensory for the relief
and cure of vnrlcocel * . nervous eshaustlon und sex.
ual debility , new restorative treatment , t'upers
unon suriilcal braces , riles , cancers. paralysis , till.
Electricity und the new magnetic battery for home
use : catarrb and Inhalation , etc. Unlike most bonks
Issued by doctors fret , they do not cunilst
of testimonials with fictitious names and InHalt ) ,
or rubbish ul that kind , but are plain descriptions
ofdlieitses.symptoms new discoveries In mtdlclne ,
surgery and electricity , and lire well worth the pe-
aural , nnd can tie obtained free by adilrnMlni ; til *
Omnhi Medical and Hurglcal Initltute , 13th sfeat
and Capitol Avenue. Omaha. Nebraska.
.nAIJiANAN Colleire , Das Molnei. low * . A
\J Homo School fur Girls. Full Courses of
Btuily. Special advantages In Music , Art , Mo < 1'
cru I.nnffiinKua and Kleuutlon. Vail terra be-
pins Sept. 8th. Ad'lress ' the prosldeut , C. K.
CHBSTKU. ! Mth venr opens SIUTKilllEH 14.
A MIUTABV COM.KOK.
DKQHEKS IN CIVIL liNUlNKF.ltlNO.
CIIKMISTKY. AUCIUTKOrimi ! , AllTS.
Preparatory Courses. Tlioroutrli Technical
Work. All Departments conducted by nblo
J'ltOFCSSOKR. Military system second only to
that of U. S. M. A. Annuals of Lieut , a T. liurt-
lett , 14W ( Sherman Avo. , City : or Chief Voy-
master's Oflice. Armv HciulciimrtorK.
COL. TllKO. HYATT , president.
MT , .
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SelecTFome School ,
J. VRKU SMITH , A.M.
) IXSTlTUTK-Frcohold. N. Y. ,
FHKKIIOM . Prepares for Princeton. Yale ,
Columbia , Harvard , and for Iluslncsa. 1(07. ( A.
G. Chain Dors , A. M , Principal.
Illinois Conservatory of Music
CnsnrpMied kdrintngct In all Utpartmenti of
Mu lc. Literature , Madunl.ui gnsg > . Kloi-Ul on.
iasm.&f.iluUAlU' ' , Suyl , , j cu ailii , Ul ,
MEATS ROASTED IN THEHR OWN
JUICES , BY USING THB
WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR
FOUND EXOLUSlVELT OK THB
STOVES RANGES. '
Than Ii not a cooking ppsrs.tus nsJ tulni th *
Solid Oien Door , but that th * loss to mlgktot tautsU
from tmntr-flre to fort J p r otnt. of th * nst routed.
In othar wordu , a rib of bmf , walfhint Ua o d * It
routed medium to HelMone frill low thr * * pennds.
Tha aaina roa td In tha Charter Dale
Ruffe ualnsj tha Wire Crauxa Ov n Door
lei s ) about one pound.
To allow meat to shrink Is to lose a Ian * portion ot
Its Juice * and flavor , Th * fibres denote parat * , and
nRlUUITRATEDCllOULAUANOPtietlltn. U become * touch , taiteleu and nnvalaUabU.
CHABTEB OAK STOVES and BAKQKS are SOLD IN NEBRASKA at followii
MILTON ROGERS & SONS OMAHA.
P. KENNEY , . GOIDON.
DALLAS & LfeTSON , HASTINGS.
E.C. BREWERHAY Sr wcs.
H.AIROftCO , NEBRASKA CITV.
W. F. TEMPLErON. NELSON.
I. B. STURDEVANT & SON ATKINSON.
KRAUSE , LUBKER & WELCH COLUMBUS.
OLDS BROS EUCAK.
TANNELL ft SWEENEY FAIKBVUY.
GETTLE & FAOER. . . . . . FRANKLIN.
N.J.JOHNSON , . . . . NORTH BEND.
J. J. McCAFFERTY , O'NuiL CITY.
R. HAZLEWOOD , . . OiCCOLA.
J. S. DUKE PLATTSMOUTIH
A. PEARSON STMLINO.
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DIAMOND MERCHANT ,
FINK WATCHES , STERLING SILVKK.
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Df the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy
St. Louis , Mo. , University College Hospi
tal , Lcm Ion , Gicsen , Germany and New
York. Having devoted their attention
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT
Nervous , Chronic and
More especially those arising from impur-
dence , invite all t > o suflering to correspond
without delay. Diseases of infection and
contagion cured satcly and speedily with
out use of dangerous dru s. Patients
whose cases have been neglected , badly
treated or pnonoundcd Incurable , should
not fail to write us concerning their symp
toms. All letters receive immediate at
And will bo mailed FREE to any address
on receipt of one 2 cent stamp. "Practical
Observation * on Nervous Debility and
Physical Exhaustion , " to which is added
an "Ebsay on Marriage , " with important
chapters on Diseases of tl.c Reproductive
Organs , the whole forming a valuable med
ical treatUe which should be read by all
vourc men. Address
DRS. S. &D. DAVIESON ,
1707 Olhe St. . St. Louis. Mo.
Dr. naucliawout : Omaha Dentnl Asao
elation. J est sets teeth | 0 , fully war-
ranted. Teeth without plate , britlgn
work and crowns of every approved
kind , iusprtbilby the most satisfactory
method. Hellman block , cor. 13th and
acllmprl topics 3 _
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lividual caia. No lqurUtia } or polaonouenimpoutyla pi * ' . No lime
loat from burinm ral.nl > at a illuanca liaat < tj Itllar aa4
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vaM. Slat , your ca a ard Mnd Tor fanna. Ordera DlJtl
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H. W. Yatfs , President.
A. E. Touxalin. Vicn-Presldont.
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W. V. Morse , John S. Collins ,
H. W. Yates , Lewis S. Rood.
A. E. Tou/.ahn.
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