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THE OMAHA DAILY MONDAY. AUGUST 15. 1887 :
LET ALL flUSTLE FOR A JOI
Dr , Savidgo's Pleasing and Instructive Lee
tnre on Idleness LoatNight.
MALE AND FEMALE LOAFERS
Ttin Tramps and tlio finely With th
1'et llog and Novel Scored at
a Ureath Facts and Sen
timent * .
Dr. 8/ivlclfto'n Sermon.
Dr. Savidgo's sermon on the subject c
"Idleness , " which ho addressed to "loal
crs , " the seventh in his course of popv
lar lectures , drew a largo audience to th
Howard street Methodist church last nigh
Some of the doctor's sharp remarks , tin
prod to tlio quick of human nature , in th ;
sermon will make It worthy of the attei
tion of many who are veteran strangoi
to the inside of the sanctuary , as well n
to all people of both religious an
Dr. Suvidgc found his text in the secon
chapter of Paul's ' third epistle to tli
"For wo hear that there are some whlc
walk among you disorderly , working not i
My subject this evening Is "Idleness ,
and I will address this sermon to "th
loafers. ' '
In this text sec God's definition of th
loafer. God says ho is the man who dot
not work at all. Webster says , "A loafc
Is an Idle man ; whether a man is wort
ono hundred thousand dollars or enl
five cents , makes no dlfl'erenco , if ho :
an idle man ho is a loafer. " God lool
to see if a man works , and ho rates hit
accordingly. The amount of money li
way chance to have docs not figure.
In this country the loafers are of bet
Boxes and of all ages.
There are women In this town by th
ecore who are genuine loafers , an
there is plenty of housework to do. Tti
women cannot uay , "Wo have no wor
to do. " The washing is to bo done o
Monday , the ironing on Tuesday , and
on through the week.
A man may some tlmos got out <
workf but a woman , never. If yn
should ask me what this class of worae
do whom i am describing , 1 should sa
they are busy keopmg their hands whil
and preparing a delicate complexion , an
they kill some time lying on the sol
reading a yellow covered novel. 1
plain English , "They loaf for a bus
The worst visitation of divine prov
denco which God can ever send on a ma
Is ono of these creatures for a wife. W
turn into Episcopalians long enough t
say , "Good Lord deliver us ! "
No man can thoroughly respect an idl
woman. God made the woman to be
help-meet for the man and if she doc
not help father , brother or husband sh
will very likely como to bo despised
| r Willie she lives the idle woman is uttcrl
' - worthless , and when she dies no on
I can give you ono sign by which vo '
can Know a lazy woman very ofton'sh
carries a dog. The other day a woma
passed along in a stylish turn-out with
colored man as coachman , her chil
sprawling on the lloor of the carriage
but she hold a dog in her arms.
God's woman is not an idler , but
tireless worker. If she lived west t
Omaha , she would bo called a "rustler.
The 81st of Proverbs defines a woma
praised by her husband and blest of he
children. But the men take up the !
cross and do their full share of the loa
ing. If any man wants work in this tow
ho can got it. I have novcr scon tl ;
time , for the past five years , in this cit-
that I could not get half a dozen kinds e
work to do.
If a man can throw dirt with n shove
ho can got | 1.75 a day. If ho can hand !
a hammer anel plane , ho can get f 3.0
and if ho knows how to use a trowel an
lay biiokho can make $5.00 ; if ho kuov
how to hold a plough and hoe corn , tl
broad fertile fields of Nebraska say 1
him , "Hero's your chance. "
If any man tp-day knows how to wet
and has a will to do it , ho qau do well i
Every man ought to labor and
save. I know a man who has been :
the Methodist ministry ten years anel 1
has saved something every year. If 1
can do that in the ministry you ought
do well in any culling under the sun.
There is no excuse for idleness i
Omaha , yet many idle mon are found c
There are 1,200 vagrants or trami
arrested every year. Make a visit to ti
empty box cars and old buildings and \
the parks at this season of the year an
you could haul the loafers in by tl
wagon load. Think of it , Minnesota at
Dakota can uot got men enough to sai
the fields of dead ripe wheat , yet II
number of loafers docs not decrease.
Some mon start from New lork Ci
and trump across to San Francisc
Some "catch a rule" around the worl <
They take the same trip thai Capta
Cook did , only they travel on "cheek. "
These men T'tranip" because they e
not want to work. They were born tire
flkoy are loafers of the first class. The
Ire waiting to find a country where the
will not have to work , and I have to tc
thorn that they are walking in the wroi
direction , I do not bcliovo there is asp
In God's universe for idlers.
Idleness keeps a man away from Go
A lazy man may bo a professor of r
ligion , but he o.innot be truly religion
If a loafer should by some chance get r
ligion ho would lose it within three day
for God would say to him : "Whatsoev
thy hand findcth to do , do it with tl
ruicht , " and the lazy lout would Hare i
and quit the service on the spot. I nov
usk a loafer to bo a Christian for tin
would bo asking him to attempt the ii
possible. Before God answered tl
prayer of Fred Douglas for liberty , tl
elust of southern roads rose in answer
Idleness is a cause ot wratchedno ;
But thora is no joy like that which com
from hard work. Wo can not bo hap ]
or even content unless wo are doing 01
best and our best must continual
When Charles Lamb was sot free fro
work in the India otlico to which he hi
been chained for years he wrote to
friend : "I would not po back to n
prison for ton long years for ton the
sand pounds. I am as free as air.
shall live another fifty years. " TV
years had passed and Lamb's feel in
Imet changed entirely. lie had foui
that "leisure" was a pleasant garment
look at but a bad one to wear. Ho wru
to the same friend : "No work is wor
than overwork ; the rnhul preys upon
self. 1 hiivo ceased to earn for aline
everything. " You will find eontentme
and happiness in work.
Idleness produces poverty. I have y
to sec a rich tramp. God himself saj
"He that will not plough by reason
the cold shall be-g in hurvofi and ha
ucthhiK. " "From nothing , nothii
oomes. " "Do nothing" anil you "hv :
nothing. " Idleness is n cause of crini
Victor Hugo Bays. "Idlcues-s is a mothe
ulic has a .son , Robbery , and n dtiuglitt
HiiMgeir. " But nil idiots am not mil
imls , some do good. The other day
bo-c-ortr pit loose and went tlyiu u fo
tl.o wind , and when it
under full headway a miserable c
tramp within waked up and climbed i
top and set the brake just in time to ca
n wreck. * .
lu the context the.euro is memtlune
God's euro reaches out in three dire
tloui , and God's remedies are effiiotui
J ( the loafer had any idea of the "fltnu
f thing ! " he would pray for death , b
&M & 9 W9k Wfl evidently , else !
would not bo a loafer. God's great rom
cely is to starve the loafer. "If any mat
will not work neither shall ho cat , " sa ;
the scriptures. But the all poworfu
remedy is to have the idler made now b'
the power of God. God can help you.
In conclusion I would say , go to worl
immediately. If you expect to gain i
place among good mon you must work
Charlotte Cushman said : "Mon call 1
genius , but I toll you it is nothing bu
sweat. " Abraham Van Nest was a har
ness ruakcr in Now York. Througl
industry , economy and skill he made i
fortune. Henry Clay was the "mill-bo ;
of the slashes. " Iluith Miller was a ston
cutter. Columbu * was a weaver. Hal
ley was a soap boiler. Arkwrlght was i
barber. The learned Blootuflold was <
shoemaker. Hogarth was an engraver
Horace Grccloy was a printer anel startet
life in Now York with $10.70 in hi
You may have lost time , but you ma ;
also buy it back. When Napoleon wen
on the field of Marcngo it wus late in th
afternoon and lie saw that th
battle was really lost , but lookini
at the western sun , ho said , "There i
just time to recover the day1 and gav
els orders with characteristic energy ani
thus turned defeat into victory. So I sa ;
to you , if you bestir yourselves , there i
just time to recover the day. Avail youi
self of every opportunity lest your lif
cnel in disgraceful failure. Don't live i
hopes , with your arms folded. Fortun
smiles on those who roll up their sleeve :
Do not despair , even It you are ole
Joshua was eighty before ho went to hi
life work. And , doing your duty as a
honest worker , you can look up to Go
and say "Oh , Lord , my heavenly fathei
I como to thee , that I may obtain the foi
givness of my sins through the proctor
blood of Jesus , and now 1 bow at His fee
and accept Him as my savior. Amen.
Union 1'acltlc Chances.
Messrs. Thos. L. klmball , P. P. Shelb
and II. A. Johnson , of the Union Pacilii
returned from Denver last night.
Mr. Kiraball has bocn appointed assis
nnt to the vice-president and his forme
ofllce as general traffic manager is abel
ished. The circular of August 13 at
nouncing Mr. Kimbnll's appointment t
the second vice-presidency is in orror.
General Passenger Agent Morse he
tendered his resignation. It has been ai
ccpted and goes into effect September :
No facts on the succession are obtain
ablo. J. S. Tobbits , of Kansas City , i
the favorite with rumor.
The oflico of assistant traffic manage
heretofore filled by P. P. Shelly wit
headquarters at Salt Lake City , goes 01
of existence m the abolishment of th
traffic department , as such. Mr. Shell
has been granted three months leave e
absence to visit Europe , dating froi
September 1 , beyond which there is neil
ing now to bo said of him.
Mr. J. M. Hunnaford , traffic mann
get of the Northern Pacific , arrived wit
the party last night and continued h :
journey eastward. Mr. Potter , vie <
president and general manager of th
Union Pacific , returns by way of Kansti
City and will not reach homo until tb
close of this week.
Equipped with a knowledge of thcs
facts a representative of the BEE calle
upon Mr. Klmball last night. The ve
cran and faithful oflicor of the compan
and almost the solo survivor of the ol
regime , so familiar to the pcoplo e
Nebraska , was in a reticent mood bi
courteous and polite according to h
wont. The general reduction e
the force of the Union Pacific and U
change and shifting of officers and dutle
ho attributes partly to the economic !
basis of the running of the road for th
future and partly to Mr. Potter's gee
oral design of management. As to tl
status and condition of the road at pro ,
cnt , bo. pronounced it novcr bettor. Tr
gross earnings ot the road last ye :
showed an increase of a million elolla
over these of the year before , and tl
showing this year thus far is eve
greater. The mortgage bonds do m
mature for nine years , and while tl
general prosperity of the road continue *
there were no fears of failure to meet tl
interest and oven to reduce the princip
of the debt.
When asked what would bo the dutie
of his now position. Mr. Kiraball said 1
could not tell as they had not yet bee
determined and would not bo indicate
until all the changes contemplated ha
boon made , and u reorganization of tl
Mr. Shcby was also seen , ( while ho wr
in a hurry ) and to inquiries ho said mo
positively that ho had not resigned n <
had ho bccu asked to resign directly <
For Sale Ice , car lots. Boogo Packln
Co. , Sioux City , Iowa.
A Hlot in a Saloon.
A rowdy named W. F. Quintan ontore
the California house yesterday afternoc
and attempted to pick a quarrel with tl
proprietor. Ho was ordered out , but ii
stead of complying , Qumlan jumped upc
the proprietor and commenced to per
mel hint. The friends of both parti
joined in the melee with bcor bottles an
all the furniture available , and one of tl
rowdies was knocked senseless with
beer mallet. He was being carried 01
as Otlicer Bloom appeared. Seoii
Quinlan about to strike the propricti
over the head with a bottle , Bloo
rushed forward to catch the assailant
arm , but failed to do so , and got the fu
force of the blow on an arm that w :
once broken. It has caused him a gro
dual of pain since , The ollicer , howevo
quickly quelled the disturbance ar
marched Quinlan and another thumpi
named McUuckm to the police station.
For Sale Tee , car lots. Boogo Packin
Co. , Sioux City Iowa. ,
For fear of losing a day's work , mar
persons put off taking physio until Sn
unlay. The better plan Is not to dolr
but take it as soon as needed , it may ev :
you a hard spell of sickness. If you wai
the most bonelit from the least amount
physio without causing you any inco :
venioncc , loss of upputito or rest , lal
St. Patrick's Pills. Their action on tl
llvor and bowels are thorough , they gii
a freshness , tone and vigor to the who
system uuel act in harrnany with uatur
" Mrs ? " Matilda Voo , of nydeTPar !
Mass. . has just celebrated lior ninet
ninth birthday. She is the mother of te
children , four of wnom nro living , ar
she lias twelve grandchildren and nil
great-grandchildren. She retains h
faculties In a remarkable degree , rea <
the newspapers and takes a lively into
cst in daily events.
Attention Ron * of Veteran * .
General Orelor No. 1. All moinbo
who have signed the muster roll or ii
tend to do the same , are liorubvruquuste
to meet at the hall , 1SWI Douglas st. . e
Monday evening next at 8 o'clock. Ti
newly clouted olllcers will be iiietuHed ;
this meeting. A full attendance la di
sired. By order of
C.UT. F. K.
B. G. BnuitAXK , Firs : Lieut.
Moius B. O'BuiKS' .
and strnegtii are peculiar
Houd'H Sixrbuparilla , the ouly ' .mcdic'u
of vfiiiou " 100 uoiw Q.G ? dollar "
THE DEVIL'S ' PANTOMIME ,
Midnight Scenes Hear Bnlphnr Springs
and on the Lake Shore.
THE DANCE OF THE DEPRAVED.
Description of the Scene and the
Uacchnnalliin Hovels unit DC-
bauchorjr Witnessed by
Cut-olTlako is skirted on the west by a
roml which lends northward from the
brick ynrels at the base ot tlio blufVs and
immediately cast of the old base-ball
grounds. Fifty foot east of tills , and at a
point about n quarter of a mile east of
the fair grounds , stands a hut , in front of
which is a refreshment booth. South of
this house and booth , and commucating
therewith Is u dancing lloor , covered with
a canopy of fndcu willow boughs.
Boncath this canopy , , a few nights
ago , were about twenty dancers
most of whom were abandoned
women and young men from town ,
The movement wns partly rustic and
partly quadrille. The old lloor rattled
under the stamping and whirling of feet
as if endeavoring to drown the horrid
combination of organ and liddle which
was furnishing inspiration for the festive
throng. The young men danced with
suggestive recklessness. The more no
ticeable the abandon , the more complai
sant the lady at his sido. Not satis
fied with the noise ot the orchestra , a
dashing townsman would adapt an im
moral song to the time of the dance and
revel in the protnincnco which this accom
plishment afforded him. At times , half
the males und females were shouting in
high-strung hilarity , and every move ,
every gesture , every look proclaimed the
fact that the occasion was ono of
to the entire party. Three of the men
were under the intlucnco of drink. They
were good-natured , however , and the
most drunken , and perhaps the bcst-na-
turcd , was a fellow who seemed as if ho
had but just risen from the tramp bed
bcsido the railroad track. Ho was danc
ing witli a girl who , in comparison with
the rest , would , but a short time before ,
have been esteemed an angel. Hers
was a shapely form , a dignified
carriage , a winsome face with a wealth
of flaxen hair which adorned a well-
poised , nicely rounded head. She could
not have been long beyond the influence
of refined associations. Nevertheless ,
she could not conceal the fact that she
A LIFE OF SHAME.
Even her beautiful features bespoke the
fact. Her depravity had been well in
culcated and practiced , as was made evi
dent by the careless ease in which she
excelled her female associates in acts of
transitory indecency. The dance con
cluded in a loud hurrah , and nearly
everybody crjpd out for drink. Some of
the gallants rushed to the refresh
ment stand and made purchases
of soda which they bestowed upon their
partners. This decoration was too thin
for some of the
AHANDONED ONES ,
and these cried out for beer and others
demanded whisky. In each case , the de
mand was supplied. Uoth beer and
whisky had been brought from town by
some of the dancers , and.with exceeding
generosity , passed around to all who desired -
sired it. The presumption is that this
drink was brought from the city , because -
cause , at the time , it was not apparent
that it had been purchased at the stand.
A close inspection of the latter revealed
the fact that
was visible to sell liquors , although
the proprietor had taken the precaution
to secure governmental authority to
dispose of cigars.
"Lot mo have some beer , " said ono of
the party to the proprietor. The latter
eyed the customer deliberately and fal
tered that he didn't have any to sell.
This answer was overheard by a half-
drunken carousor. who remarked :
"Say , young fellow , he's giving you n
stiff. I know he's got beer hero , but J
don't know what he's going to do with it ,
Say , come with mo , and I'll eityon
drink. That fellow's in the city limit *
and can't sell without a license. I'm
going to get a drink. Come. "
The fellow stuirgorcd down towards
the lake and exclaimed :
"Golly , hero's the steamboat. "
Sure enough a little non-dcscript
walk-m-tho-water , witli a boiler like n
and a chimney of stove-pipe , went
through the formality of discharging a
cargo of half-drunken passengers on n
rickety pier. They were like the dancer *
but more ) tilled with whisky , beer ant
the devil. The women's faces won
powdered and bedizened. Several ol
them nearly fell in the lake , when dis
embarking , Room was made for them
and the wretched crowd with tattered
raiment and foul expressions , climbed tc
the dance lloor above. The other dancer.1
took their place and the diminutive tut
turned in the direction of a light ncrost
the lake. The other side was reached
and in a wooden shanty on piles the
thirsty mob was filled with beer , whiskj
anil sandwiches. Then sadden crowd ro
embarked and nearly capsized the frai
The return trip was made amid bois
tcrous jokes , laughter , impure songs and
the vapid ravings of women in a maudlin
state. But the writer went in auothei
boat and by another route.
At this moment , the moon burst frorr
behind a mountain of cloud and immediately
diatoly an arrow of light shot across tin
undulating surface of the little lako. 1
in the steamer , as also a number o :
small boats with men and women
Simultaneously with the appearance o :
the moon , a bright blaze sprang up on
tlio bank below the dance house. The
writer rowed in its direction. As lu
neared tlio shoro.shouts were wafted upor
the breeze , shouts of drunken com
mendation , exhilaration and diabolica
delight. For there , on tlio incline , amid
briaUtly burning flumes , danced two per
of every covering and in the midst of t
wildly exulting crowd. A more disgust-
idg , bra/en act is not committed in th (
lowest and most depraved of resorts
Hut disgusting and depraved as it was
the performance was continued until the
steamer reached the dock. Then UK
hilarity attaint ! its climax and the enjoy
ment seemed complete. The example
was enmltttcd by several others and some
of thcso , woman , too , dived into the
bushes and disrobed themselves with the
rapidity of a liglitulnc change artists
J. bo bacchanalian crowd with the
nymphs and satyrs , followed by the ad
miring throng ascended to the platforn
where the mad carousal , such as tin
Jardin Mabillo never exeeded , was con
tinuiid. There was now a double force
and on thn floor and in the
midst of them danced these nakcc
mortals , with as little concern as
did the roystcries first referred to
They were plied with drink until ox-
limited in the dance and then they wen
treated with obsequies attention.
A threatening storm at this juncture
hastened the departure ot the observe ]
and what remained of the night's orgiei
were left to the untlivldc-d'outcrtaiumou
of the participants.
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Preparatory , Classical and Scientific Gradual
Inp courses. For circular ! address EMMA O
CONHO. Principal , or 11.11. IKMVAltD , Becro
tary , \ > cat Hrldyowalor. Mass. _ JyBtuW-'tlt
FOltYOUNOLAUIKSiia : North nroad It
Philadelphia. 17th year boglna Sent. 21st , 1647.
Address MUs It. E. JUOKINS. Principal ,
who refers by special permission to
Mr , and Mrs , John N. Juwctt , )
Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Armour , VCnicago
Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. Waite , )
cnlj oiio In the worljetncntln *
"continuous Sl lHt * J 5 li l
bcler.tlfle.Y trful , Dunii
EII tlre. .Avoid fmudm ,
s n < W inpfori nijhlefc
Mvuioa. IQI wiusK AYU ,
In order to create a little stir during this , for the clothing tradeV
usually quiet spell , we have placed on sale for this week , and until
they are all disposed of , about
One thousand suits comprising four different lines afc 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 good
substantial manner , at $3.75 a suit.
Two lots of men's sack suits , both the same quality but different pat *
terns of dark , very neat mixtures , lined with serge and well made
at $4.50. These suits are of good medium weight and would bo
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 cassimere , Italian lining and elegantly made for $5.25 * '
Our object in placing these suits 011 sale at these prices is two-fold ?
Firstly , to meet the wants of a large class of our patrons , and to ena
ble them to get , at a time of the year when no one feels like buying ex
pensive clothing , a substantial and good looking suit at a merely
nominal price. Our second and main object is to advertise ourselves
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 striotly one price at
Nebraska Clothing Company ,
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. ;
During July and August , our store closes at 6:30 : p. m. , except Saturday.
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
Cor. 13th St. anl Capitol Auc. , OMAHA , NEB.
IOR THE TREATMENT OF .ALL
CHRONIC * SURGICAL DISEASES
BRACES AHD APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES. TRUSSES ,
AND THE HEW VABIMCELE SUSPENSORY CUMP COMPRESS.
, fliriiirr Mfultrtatmrut t
vfi y form of il * ! . rrqulrlnr Mnlicil or feiiriIrM treatment.
WJUTM rpa C'IRCVI M on luforinltii-i iiitl Ilrnrti , Dull f > * lf
Curvature off ho Hplne , rilen. Tumori , C'ancrr , CcUrt li , rii-onr Mill ,
Inhalation , Klccrrlctty , 1'aralrtli , Kpilriivy , KUnrjr , UlaJJcr , fcr * ,
Kar , Skin , uj IJIooU , and alfbuiKlcal Op.nUani.
Book on Diseases of Womeii FREE.
Only Reliable MEDICAL INSTITUTE
MAKING A SPECIALTY OF
PRIVATE , SPECIAL ml NERVOUS DISEASES.
All Blond IlM ei uerrtifu.lf trcfttrrl. Hvptillltlo Tolton remoT l
from the iyttem w Itbout uitrcurjr. NW HtilwrttlvalriMlmctit for
Lull of VlUl I'owcr. lVr ont unabl * to fliU tit miv L trtitM ftl
home , liir ConY'iMindciire. AllcoinmunleniontConfldtiitUl. W dl-
thiMor liutiumniliirnt by uiillorciprrii , * orurtlr parked , no
inarkilotmlicnta cnt .licr Mi 4rr , One | * rtniifti Interview pr -
fcrnl ( ' .Uandconiultut.orMndhiitory of yaur Cite , vrlUi lUmp ,
B4 wo will Mod In pUla wrtjipcr , our
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
UpnnPrlvatp , fl | lal lintl Nerroun ri * * w . Irinlnal wf kn ] 5.
Sj nnatnrrlitrfi , Im | > ot iiert ] SyphllK Uouuilhat , Clctt , ana 1.
cocrlc. Hoonit forittleitti. | AildrtM ,
OMA1U MEDICAL A HCRGICAt IM3TITC' , or
Dr. icuenamy , cor. 131H st. & Capitol AT.Qi < iDa , Ket ,
Medical Books or Papers Froe.
Tlia i > roprlotor or tha Omulm Mcdloil nnl SurKl-
ul In'tltuto has P'ibll-lieil a vali ublo so or buokt
nniliHiers | ponc > liToiilciincl iu-ulc l dl-cates unu
ilcfunultUa , nnil tie motr.odi ut cure rrlilcli have
Klveil him fie rupututlunof being the must skillful
aiidsuccoisfiillpavtulUt In the nest , anil madu tliti
Institute no cule iraieil ttivt m dlclnea nresentto
mill pnf.ontB rccel uJ irom uvorjr t to In the unlun.
AmunK the books Is ono uixm the dlnoaies of
wiinmii : line upon nerTOiii , ipeclul Hild pilvutudls-
en > u < or thunexunl nd urinary organs ; vtrU'ocvIe
oureil by suritlcnl u | > era > lon , imd their hltcly Invent-
odcl.inip compress eutp nsoty for lha roller unit
curonf variourele. nerruu < i etlmu tlou nnd sexual
liability , now restorutlfe treatment. 1'a ers upon
mirnlCKl braces , l > llo < . rnncern , parulrits , rtti. Eloo-
trlcity and t..o no v mug ictlcbattery for homo us < 5 |
catnrrh nnd Inhalation , rte Unlike mut books
Issntd uydoc'ori iree , they do not consist of leitl-
roonl&U with Ilctlilout n imesaiul Initials , nr rubb b
f that kind , but are plain ilescrlptlon * of dlseuscs.
symptom' , new di covcrle < In medicine , surgery
mid electricity , nnd tire well worth tlio normal and
can ba utitulneil free b > Hddro ilnz the Omahu Medi
cal and hurctciil ln tltu'.o,13tli street and Cupuol
iiTenuc , Onuiliu , Ne'or.iska.
BIGHT'S DISEASE il eaUBCd by ABUSE
B KXCKSSES , NEHVOU8 DKIIILITY. DI8-
CI1AUGKH , KEVKHS , MALAU1A. ( JKK1TO.
UIUNAKY DISKA8ES. STUICTUUKS.DiaBAS-
KD PltOSTATK GLAND AND UDADDUlt ,
OATHETBH8 AND SOUNDS. AND OANNeJT
lIKCUItGU WHILE THEY EXIST. ODIl HKM-
KDIKSCUHE THEM. CHHON1O UISBASKS
AND VAHICOCELE. without detention from
businessand the Asahol Mineral Sprlnir Water
euros the KIDNEYS , DIAHETK3. DUOI'HY ,
BLADIlHK , GUAVEL AND STONE. Ovnr
whclmltiK evidence mailed 'r o by ASAIIEL
MKDIOAI , I1UUEAU PHYSICIAN , SV1 Broad
way , Now York.
"CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. "
The OrlKlnol and Only Genuine.
iSSf' S ' ff y
( NA kttpA .3HM2lSSC
S'iSatf" tssxSsfciP T.r ' "h
Instrumentscxctutnycd , rented and
sold on cuny payment * , below
Factory Prices ,
Instruments ultulttly used at
Meyer & Bro
Display at their warerooms , 13O5 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
I r-mi vx *
A-A > Jt * < - * ,
ORGANS STANDARD ;
i i * * -mi
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 their 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 ,
1305 & 1307 FARNAM STREET.
IDEAL BROILING ! .
Broiling can bo douo In the oven of tlio
Charter Oak Kauga or Steve with the Wlro
Cau/.o Oven Door , uioro perfectly thauovcr
Lny the steak , chops , ham or fish on a
who Droller or meat rack , placing it In nu.
ordinary bnkc pan to catch the drippings.
Allow It to remain in the oven witli the
door closed 15 or 20 minutes. No turning
is required. At the end of this time it will
be found nicely cooked ready to servo.
Vina IS THE I1 EAli WAY TO BROIL MEATS.
There is no taint of coal-gas or smoke ,
Ond the moats are inoro tender and better iu
flavor than these broiled over the coals.
The convenience or broiling In the oveu
will bo appreciated by every nousc-keeper ,
and adds another to the many reasons why
the Charter Oak Kango or Stove with tlm
Wire Oauze Oven Door should bo preferred
lurontlumniATEo Ciicuuu AMD Punt Lsrt. to all others now lu the market.
CHABTES OAK STOVES and BANOES ara BOLD IK NEBRASKA ai follow * :
MILTON ROGERS & SONS OMAHA. TANNELL&SWEENIY ,
P. KENNEV , . GoaDOK. GETTLE& FACER TRANKLIN.
DALIES ft LETSON , HASTINGS. N J. IOHNSON NORTH KKKO.
B.C. BREWER , HAV SPHINOS. J.McCAKFEKTV O'Nni.L CITY.
II. A1RU & CO. . . : NKBRAIKA CITY. K IIAZI.KWOOD. OSCEOUA.
W. F. TEMPLEFON NELSON. J.S. DUKh , PLATTSMOUTII.
1. n. STURDEVANT & SON , ATKINSON. A. PEARSON , STEIIUMG.
l.KASSA CO CIIAIIKIIN. I O GREEN STXOMSBUKG.
KRAUSE. LUUKEU & WELCH , . . . CoiuMnt'S , 1 A PAODEN&SON SUTHRIOR.
OLDS UROS UIK.AK. TIMMIRMAN : MRAKER vmniw.
DIAMOND MERCHANT ,
FINK WATCHES , STKUM.VG SII.VXR.
BOYNTON FURNACE CO. .
Sole Manufacturers of
RANGES THEATERS ,
With All MODERN Improvements.
47 and 49 Dearborn St. ,
J. H. MANNY , MANAGER. CHICAGO.
HENRY E. COX , Omaha , Nub.
& < TWILKINSON.
DR. OTTERBOURC ,
Cor.ir Illk 4 Uu4 ( 811 Olillt , H .
UtCUUR CBlCUnt IN MtDICIKEHD IPICIAl
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