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TH3C OMAHA. DAItY BEE : SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 4 , J887. SIX7TEEN PAGEg ,
ODR NEW FALL STOCK is HowCOMPLETE
And we are ready to show to the citizens and strangers now in this
city , the
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK
ODR $10 $ SUITS ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN.
SO ARE OUR STOCKS OF HATS and FURNISHING GOODS
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE !
* And Will Give You Good Value for
We are Headquarters on Grand Army Goods.
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Shoes CHEAPER than any bankrupt
Store in Omaha. No Shoddy goods
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1306 Farnam St.
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About where to buy
BOOTS and SHOES
For Ladies , Men and Children.
PITT this nsldo for future reference when la
dles' , cents'nnd chlldrens'ahooa you want
HAVE the kindness to call and Inspect my
selected stock , you'll flud my prices nro
TK ladles' and chlldronV flno shoes I carry
-L Shaw & Albright and Thos. Kirk goods and
every loading make as well.
LADIES , you can send me , or leave your or
ders whether they are small or largo.
IOUAHANTKB youconrtcons attendance and
delivery , if needs be , free ot charge.
PAYINO strictly cash to the manufacturers
when I buy , getting largo discounts , I save
by doing so.
| EAV'INU to my customers those discounts ,
J-J Is my moans of making business grow.
A I.L 7 solicit la a share of your patronage , as
XX in flno boots shoos , I imvo now on hand
VTOT only nil the loading grades , but the finest
-L styles In Bummer and fall goods that casti
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\Tgout's shoo ot II. C. Vuung&Co.of Uostoii ,
CUPKH1OK North Star Boot nnd Shoo Co. ,
WJ Minneapolis , Minn. , I have every grudoon
HAVING but strictly ono price , nnd that the
lowest , the boots nnd shoes you buy of moN
/ \N all occasions are just as represented , pcr-
V/ feet In lit , grndo and quality.
EVERY tlmo you lequiro Ladles' . Gents'
Misses' nnd Clillds' Shoos , or repairing done
both well and nent.
SEND or call at Philip Lang's Old Reliable
Bhoe Store , No. 1320 Karnam street.
Every pair of boots or shoos sold by Lang Is
warranted to lit nnd to bo na represented , or
tlio money will bo refunded. Just boar this In
mind , and go to Lnng , ISM Farnam , for any
thing needed in his line.
11EST STOCK IN OMAHA TO SKLECT
Men's Boots 92 60
Man's Working Shoes 1 00
Men's Fine Congress or Lace Shoos 200
Men's Kino Congress or Lace French Calf ,
Machine Mnko 4 60
Men's Flno Congress or looe French Calf ,
Hand Make 000
Ladles' Full Goat Button Shoes , C , D , E
widths ! 2 00
Ladles' Kid Button Shoes , C , D , B wldtns ,
worth olsewnoro. $2. at 1 60
Ladios' French Kid Button Shoos. D , B
widths , worth elsewhere , ( S , at 4 00
Misses' and Children's School Shoes ,
worth from $1 to $3 1 00
Ladles' Opera Slippers 7Ko
Chi Ids'Shoes In Kid or Goat 6Co
For low prices como to the Old Hollable ,
Philip Lang , I320F * mam Sf.
LEAKY ROOFING ,
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Manufactured and repaired. Fire Proof Pulnt
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Montreal ( Cnnnilii ) SIedlcnInstltuto | und pro
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baa had 37 years' uxperlonoo la the treatment
of ohronlo ami cexual diaoimen , imd hla efforts
being crowned by wonderful ! tuocess , ho would
call tlio attention of tbo nflllotod to his long
tandlnir and well earned roputatton as aufll-
cleat assurance of his skill nnd ability.
Spermntorrliu'u , Partial I m potency and all
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IH.OOnANI ) HKIN UlSJKASr.H.
SYFHLld-A dlsuaao most horrible In Its results
completely eradicated without the HBO of
mercury. Charites reasonable.
Who may bo Miirorlntrtronithe effects nf youth
ful follies or indiscretions , will do well to avail
themselves of this , the grentuit boon over laid
at the alter of iutrerinx Immunity. 1)11. SPIN-
, NEV will Kimrantco to forfeit * 500 for every
c te of lemlnal wvaknew or prtvato dlieagoi
of any kind or character which he undertakes
and foils to euro.
There are many troubled with too froquon
evacuations ot the bladder , otlen accompanied
by n slight imartlnir or bnrntng e ensutlon and
weakening of the system in a manner the pa
tient cannel account for. On examining the
urinary deposit * a ropy aodlment will otton bo
found , and sometimes ( mull particle of albu
men will aupear or the color be of a thin , m Ilk-
lib hue , again changing to a dark or torpid ap
pearance. TlllllK ARE KANT MBTTWHO DIB Or
THIS Dimcui.TV , Ignorant ot the cause , which
IK the cecond stage of aoralnal weakness. TUB
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our patent ! cover uxclunlvelr ) will fit narfnrtlT llm
time worn. Require ! ao break In * la. 0IT MTVBIID
by pll rafter belnir worn ten daTitr not fonml the most
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26 Iron Bank.
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Oat-Door Relief of the Poor.
Chicago Reporter : The moat thorough
inquiry which has been made on Ameri
can soil into the operation of out relief ,
waa instituted by the secretary of the
Massachusetts State Board of charities ,
1871. This inquiry gave similar results
to those obtained by tbo English commis
sion in 1834 , and to the opinion of many
prominent writers since then. _ On those
results waa largely based the action of
Brooklyn and Philadelphia , tbo success
of which we recounted in our last issue.
The conclusions were that the effect of
our _ out-door relief is to increase the
amount of pauperism , while the amount
of relief also tends to constantly increase ;
bccauso of the dhllculty of securing
proper discrimination by the agents , and
their tendency to bo governed by worthy
motives , tbo tendency of the recipients to
depend on the county and claim relief as
their right , and the check to habits ot
thrift and providence that this depen
The strongest argument , however , in
favor of out-door relief is not based on
economy. It is that to abandon it would
result in hardship to many deserving
poor. Thosn who use this argument
ignore two things : First , that by out
door relief all the poor who como under
its influence suffer in charter and are
dragged down , and , second , that the de
serving poor do not depend nlono on
public relief , but also on private charity ,
which is a certain and boundless source
of help for the worthy.
"Tho bane of pauper legislation has
been the legislating for extreme cases.
Every exception , every exception of the
general rule to meet a case of unusual
hardship , lets in a whole class of fraudu
lent cases by which that rule must in
time bo destroyed. When cases of real
hardship occur , the remedy must bo ap
plied by individual charity , a virtue for
which no system of compulsory relief caner
or ought to bo a substitute. "
"Woman' * Work la Never Done. "
London Graphic : Feminine industries
of the world are to bo extensively repre
sented nt the Glasgow exhibition next
year. There will be a special women's
section , as the lady presidents want to
show exactly what share woman bear In
the manufactures of the present time ,
Not only needlework la to bo exhibited ,
but such mechanical branches as leather
dressing , bookbinding , fishing-tackle
manufacture , glovomaking and the like ,
Decorative Industries , including carving ,
brauwork , painting and engraving , will
find a place , ai welT aa famalg hygienic
. "lo thing.
SOME TKBGS ABOUT WOMEN
Mormon Girld atod Their Growing Objec
tion * to Polygamy *
MME. PAJTTl'3 KINDLY DEED :
Woman'n Sayings A. llcnmrknblo
Einprost A Woman's ) Cattle
Comp ur A Baseball
PUjrer'1 Wife ,
Woman should not love unbidden ;
Woman's heart should wMt for winning ,
Woman's fondness should bo hidden-
Lack of prldo Is almost sinning.
Let him linger dally near thco ;
Let him nil but vow hn loves thee ,
Tlio' tliou whlspor he will bear thee ,
Lot not his passion move Utoe.
Lot htm think thy song the sweetest ,
Lot him call thy name the dearest ,
And thy little foot the neatest
Till his ardor qulto thou loarest.
Let him pralso thy sweetest bonnet ,
And the dalntv head It graces ;
Touch perhaps the ( lower upon It , x
And admire thy fav'rlte laces.
Let him speak of II fo as growing
Worthier , nobler , since he know thce :
But beware there Is no knowing
In what light ho'll shortly view tine.
In the spring love ? oes a-Maylng ;
Hut , on foolish maid I remember ,
Summer loves , It Is the sayinir ,
Uften die before December.
I'nttl's KlmlnoNs to a Poor Wntnnn ,
Tail Mull Gazette : Mme. Palti'a kindly
deeds for the poor who live in the neiRh-
borliood of her castle in Wales liavo
often been spoken of. Our correspond
ent thcro sends us the following story
about tlio great pnnia dona. It comes
froml he rural district of Vstradgynluls ,
in which is situated the Welch scat of
Mme. Fatti , Crnigynos castloi An ar
tisan who was out of employment was
making his way from Brecon to Swansea
in search of work , accompanied by bis
wife nnd their child , eighteen months
old. They had lost tnoir way and
tramped all night over a mountain , and.
having passed Craigynos some short
distance , the woman sank exhausted , by
the waysido. Presently Mmo. 1'atti
drove up in her carriage , and ( lulling the
woman in a helpless condition hail her
at once convoyed to the castlo. Shortly
after her arrival the woman cave birth
to a boy , and the report states that both
mother and child arc doinp well at the
castle , and that it is intended to christen
the child with an appropriate name in
remembrance of tlio occasion.
A writer in Cussoll's Magazine treats of
an interesting subject interestingly as
follows : Experience shows that of the
women who-do ftavo a largo number lose
their little stores. This chifelly by invest
ing them in concerns which promise largo
interest. iUca'nhot bo too often repeated
that largo inlerdst means risk. No com
pany would go about offering high inter
est if it could get the money it needed for
lus , and thdre are so many proplo with
money to inv'cst'that any safe concern
can got as much as it wants at a low rato.
Even if .tho" gfa'ml promises of bubble
companies donhl bo realized your inter
est would probaWy be gamed by oppres
sing others. J'lJrtt they seldom or never
are roalized.l'and it is a well-known fact
a very largo proportion of their victims
are women ythtif ignorant of business ,
and weary of the lengthy process of add
ing little by-lilUo'-to their savings , hope
to become rich'fSTl at once , and so grasp
at the shndowWlind that they have lost
the substance. ' " " '
Again , do not be too kind to j'our re
lations. 1 do not say that you should bo
soKish or moan , but only prudent. Mo-
forc lending money to bo used in their
business see that tlio business is a safe
pno ; you may have the fullest confidence
in the honest in tontions of the borrower ,
but make suru that his capability is also
to bo depended upon. Many teachers
give their savings to help to educate
their brothers. Hero too , charity should
bo guided by prudence. It is no true
kindness to help : i stupid boy to a univer
sity education ; you had much bolter help
him in some other way. It is also bad
for him to bo allowed to take your sav
ings without any recompense. In most
oases you had better lend than give , the
knowledge that ho must repay what ho
now spends out.of . his future earnings
will help to keep him from extravagance.
The Honesty of Women.
Harper's Bazar : Women are being
employed more and more as bookkeepers
and cashiers , and ono avowed ground oi
this employment is that they are more
honest than men. Unquestionably they
are so up to this time , and it is probable
that they will have some permanent ad
vantage in that way. Their normal in
stincts are somewhat higher and their
temptations less on the side of perilous
indulgences , lint it has boon pointed
out moru than once by the tnbro cautious
friends of women that a good deal oi
the present moral advantages of thai
sex in matters of honrsty comes simply
from inexperience. They have hitherto
had so little to do with tbo direct
handling of money that they regard 11
with more reverence than raon ;
the bare thought of an irregu
larity alarms them ; the conscience it
wholly fresh , nnd sensitive ; they cannel
conceive how a person can wrong
another out of a dime and live. Moreover -
ever , they overrate the difficulties and
perils consequent on wrong-doing. A
young bookkeeper told mo once thai
whenever her accounts failed to balance ,
if it were only by a slnglo cent , she fell
as if a policeman were just coming in at
the door. It is as wo tiiul to bo the case
with lending money any prudent per
son would rather lend to a woman than
to a man , bccauso lip knows that the
chance of repayment is grnator. In the
present state oi society a debt of $3 scorn.
a tromondouR all'air to a woman and s
very small affair to a man ; but lot thai
woman borrowoand repay a few times
and the fine edge of son ibihty begins to
wear off , precisely as it does with a man ,
but more sloiwly ,
A Re&narkable EmprenH.
Hong Konfc Times : The empress regent >
gent ot China is one of the most remarkable -
markable woman of the ago. Not contenl
with directirig'thq intricate policy of the
most ponurbur 'empire In the world
with wonderful 'cleverness ' and sagacity ,
she has now eritorcd tlio r.iuks of competitors
titers for thiliirm-woight clmmnionsm ,
of the celestial empire. Attired in a son
of bloomer < jqtlijj > o , she takes daily Ics
sons In boxirigfrom an old eunuch. Hoi
appearance at ttitj age of fifty , in sheri
costume , hitting out at her vonerablr
preceptor and occasionally receiving
punishment herself , must bo comical tr
the last dcgreo , and the reports on the
matter form the subject of a most dis
respectful merriment on the part of tin
almond-eyed denizens of the Chinese
metropolis. The ouiprcss regent was t
concubine of the emperor Hofn Fung , or
whoso death ahu was appointed to act a :
co-regent with the dowager empress dur
ing too mmorty ot her son , the late Em
peror Tung Chi. When the latter died
a few months after his marriage , ono o
those curious intrigues , which make th <
history of origontal courts , took place
His young bride , who waa encieuto a
the time of the young monarch's death
cued mysteriously twforo the birth of ho
child , and the old Dowagnr empress ant
co-regent took her departure for anotho
world rather suddenly a fovr days after
wards , leaving the present orupress It
undisputed possession of power. Will
nnusnal ability she has guided the policy
of the empire through the troublous
fines which have resulted from the open
ing up of the country to foreign trade ,
and has so conducted affairs as to have
brought the nation to an Indefinitely
higher degree of prosperity and tran
quilly than it enjoyed when she took up
A IUII Player's Wife.
St. Paul Globe : Frequenters of the ball
park have nearly all had their attention
directed to a young lady who is a Tory reg
ular attendant. She generally talcos the
special train and is passed without ques
tion by the gate keepers at the main
stand. She never looks to the right or
loft , and gives her undivlddd attention
to the game , scoring In a little book with
a neatly pointed pencil. For a time she
was unknown , ami everybody wondered
who was the modest little lady , with the
soft gray eyes , dark hair and brilliant
color , who never lost her lady-liko bear
ing and was always dressed handsomely
and yet in perfect taste. It finally leaked
out that she was the wife of ono of the
players , and came from Now England to
bo near her liege lord , to applaud when
ho makes hard hits and circus catches , or
sympathize and encourage when ho com
mits errors or fouls out. Shu knows nil
of the line points of the game and misses
more. The acute observer can toll by
her face when her lord and master comes
to the bat , and can see her eyes brighten
and her teeth gleam when he raps out a
three-bagger , or can see Qtho delicate
color creep up in her checks and her
eyes drop when he fumbles hot
One Way a Girl Gainn Piquancy.
Pittsburg Dispatch : "Ohl if I were
only a man. " Then she tossed her head ,
tightly closed her ruby lips and nervously
patted her shapely foot on the senseless
pavement. She looked so beautiful that
the only man who hoard her remark de
voutly thanked heaven that she was n
woman. No man living can IOOK as
pretty as she did at that moment , nor pat
his foot as significantly , nor get as much
expression in his lips. Were ho to be
come as impatient as she was , ho would
swear right out and kick around at a
great rato. You see ho is not built on the
same plan , and is not under so great re
straint as she is ; therefore ho acts differ
A Brllllnnt American Artist.
Hoston Glebe : Miss Louisa Lawson , n
young American lady , a native of Cin
cinnati , is achieving fame in Italy. There
is no\v on exhibition at Tiffany's , in Now
York , a highly interesting work of hers
in marble. It is called ' 'Tho Uhodian
Boy. " The story of iho representation
is laid in tlhodas , and the marble breaths
the spirit of that graceful cradle of art.
Miss Lawson , although educated in
Italy reveals loss of the Italic than of the
( Jreck school in thisliguroof the Uhodian
boy. Before taking the chisel in hand ,
Miss Lawson has evidently taken pains
thoroughly to imbue herself with the
spirit of her subject , nnd the full spell of
that seagirt island of ilowors was upon ,
'icr when she first dressed the marbol.
The legend vfhich the marble illustrates
is that of the ancient Uhodian supersti
tion that the swallow meant weal or woo
to the husbandman. On a certain festive
day it waa customary for Uhodian boys
to go to the homes of the citizens , and
especially the wealthy , swallow in hand ,
and demand gifts in the name of the
bird , in order to insure a fruitful harvest.
A similar custom exists in Scotland at the
present day under the name of "Hog-
monay , " nnd the respective ballads in
use at such festivals are not dissimilar.
MIPS Lawson began her art studies in
her native city , Cincinnati , and pursued
them in Boston , New 'York nnd I'aris.
Un the advice of . .Kho'tlia , the sculptor of
Paris , she went to Italy in 1834. The
academy of art at 1'oruirin , has honored
her highly , and hnr atelier in Homo is
visited by people , especially artists of
Mormon GlrlH and Polygamy.
SALT LAKE Cm- , August 25. There
are plenty of pretty girls hero. They are
'Mormon girls , too. Some of them nro
married. A few are in polygamy , and
have husbands old enough to bo their
groat-grandfathers white-haired , long-
bearded and round-shouldered lords and
masters who have covenanted to love ,
honor and cherish a half dozen wives at
a time. There are others who are mar
ried to voting Mormon gentlemen , ami
who will not listen to the suggestion of
polygamy. Their husbands will say they
know and believe that the principle is
rightbut all the same ono wife is enough
for them. Ihoy say this because they
are aware that if they wanted to take
another wife the pretty companions they
now have would tear out their hair by
I was introduced the other night to
ono of Brigham Young's daugntors.
She is a charming brunette , educated
and accomplished , and , although a Mor
mon as far as religious convictions are
concerned , she is not ignorant of the
fact that she had sixteen mothers when
her own father died , and she does not
holievo there was anything wrong in this
plurality of mothers. Yet she will not
oven lot her husband talk of polygamy.
You should see her dark eyes snap and
the determined expression that is forced
into her rod lips when anybody suggests
that her Charlie may any ono of these
fine davs bring homo a second Mrs.
Wifo. "Just lot him try it once , " she re
marked , patting a small foot on the Iloor ;
"just let him bring her homo. "
And her husband is the son of a Mor
mon bishop , too. The father has seven
wives and thirty-six children , and ho has
served a term in the Utah penitentiary
under the Edmunds-Tucker act. Brig-
ham's daughter Is not the only young
wife hero who is stubbornly opposed to
polygamy. You hear froui every side
statements concerning young women re
lated to all sorts of Mormon dignitaries
who make It a condition when they acc
ept the husband that these laitur must
renounce , at least as far as its practice
is concerned , the dotrino of plural mar-
nngo. And you hoar Mormon girls of
mnrriagcablo ago denounce the system.
If they belong to polygnmio families
they do not hesitate to speak of the
misery and sorrow that dwell in two and
three and four-wife homes. They denounce -
nounco the syntem , and many of thorn
rather than run the chnnco of beinc
dragged into polygamy , seek their beaux
and lovers among the gentile young men
of the community.
A Fortunate Feminine Speculator.
Woodland , Cal : Quito an interesting
story is being told here. A few weeks
sincu John lioppin and his wife , who re
sides in Woodland , wore sojourning in
Los Angolns , While taking a walk ono
evening with some friends , Mrs. lioppin
picked up a twunty-dollar piece. She is
a shrewd business woman and had been
importuning her husband to lot her
speculate "just a little , " but with can
tious intuition ho had advised h r not to
make the venture. Having found thin
twenty-dollar piece , she regarded it as
an omen of good luck , and went the same
evening to a real estate agent with when :
she had been talking , and gave him the
120 03 part payment on ton acres of land
at the same time telling the agent to sol
at an advance of $75 per acre.
In two or three days the agent went to
her with the information that ho had u
purchaser for her land at that price. Tin
money was paid. She realized a clem
$700 from the f20. From the same agen
she purchased another ton acres on the
same conditions , paying the nocesaar ;
forfeit. In a faw days the agent came
again and informed her that ho hat
found a purchaser at ah advance of | 5C
per acre. At the instance ot her husband
sha accepted the price , realizing anothn
gain of $500 , and in all 11,350 on the f 2
which she found. '
Dr , OTTERBOURG
A Regular Graduate in Medicine and
Special Practitioner ,
( , )
OFFICES : cor. I3tt and Dodge Sis. ) ! > * .
ADJOINING MILLAHD HOTEL.
Whore all cureable cases are treated with success. Specials
Lies all Chronic Diseases , such as diseases of the blood , brain ,
lieart and nervous system , as well as liver , kidney and gravoJ
complaints , catarrh , paralysis , etc.
Opinion at Office or by Mail , $1.00 ,
This amount will bo credited on treatment. Office Hourfy
9 to 1 2 A. M. , and 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P. M. , Sundays included.
Correspondence will receive prompt attention. No letters
answered unless accompanied by 4 cents in stamps.
Address all mail to lr. Ottorbourg , ( Gruenig Block ) Corner
13th and Dodge Streets , Omaha , Neb.
An Important Question.
IS YOUR OEXEHATIVC POWfili
If BO. you nro no exception to the rule. Nine uul
or every leu mim are Him ulTccteil. IMsobedlonca
ot Naturo'B laws , Folly , Ignorance of Vlou In earl/
Ilfo , Into Hours , Want of Kxorolso , Over-Ku < lliifft
SinUmturr Itnbits , Worry , nnxlvty nnd IHislnes *
Cures , all tend to produce this onil.
TIH2KI2 IS NOTHING TO BE
This Is ns much of a dlsonio. and noecli Jnat ai cnra
- f ul , thorough nnd solontltlo treatment us Dyapopala ,
mc t TU
WfcALTrf. Consumption , ParalynU , or nny of the ninny Ills thai
mankind lu their carolosa Ignorance orfoollmrdlnoss , bring upon themsolrua. Mo man through
MISTAKEN NOTIONS OF FALSE MODESTY ,
Should oltlior nllow his conditions to KO untrentoJ , or still wordo , iilaco hlmsolC In the hnnds of
tricksters or charlatans , uion UovolJ of both honor nnd medical ability , especially whan full , pojr
feet nnd permanent
GENERATIVE VIGOR AND VITAL EVERGY ,
Can bo obtained at but sllKht coit , and without either ozposure or personal Inconvenience.
CAST ASIDE AM , FALSE SHAME
And Book ( it once for such remedies as will quickly and permanently restore to the Oonoratlvo
Organs , such Strength. Viifor und 1'otonoy as should boloiiu to ovary lioitllhy man. Hut few
know wlmt It really is to enjoy the blosiilng of unimpaired virility : not tliat wo advocate undue
stimulation , hot house development of tbopasslont at thootponBo of bodily strength , or mental
vigorand nouteneis ; simply the restoration of natural , safe and proper means , to the generative
function with which the Almighty monnt to and did ondovr nil human bulngs , and which has booa
so shamefully abused.
.ALL OUR CONSULTATIONS , WHETHER BY MAIL
Or In person , are oonduotodhoth Inspirit andluttnr In nooordnnvn with the strictest prlnolpnli oC
Medical Ethics , You may lie absolutely certain of the most thorough , careful and searching
diagnosis bv physicians who make tnl3 branch of medicine tholr tpoclal Htudv and practice' .
Indued , you will receive the same attention and more special sXlll , than could bo had from your
family physician , and oven he could not bo moro ulscruet or hold your stntemontg In stricter
confluence. Parents have repeatedly sent us tholr tons , whom they suspect to lie addicted to
ovll practice or to bo sulTorlng Irom thulr debilitating oll'ect ? , knowing full well that havlnif
treat dthem with dispatch and satisfaction , no are wull cinalillod to treat their sons. Too otteu ,
too , sin , vice or excess In the parent leaves Its Imprint upon t ha offspring.
IT IS FALSE MODESTY , NEEDLESS SHAME
nnd Ignornndo that loads BO many men , young and old , to seek aid nt the hands of the mmck and
importer , who by tholr shameful extortions and mill treatment , work much harm , bodily ana
mentally , and tend to cast suspicion und distrust upon honest and rcputahlo physlulanB whom
yours ot study , practice nnd experience entitle them to bo regarded Justly as honorable men anil
special practitioners In this branch of modlclne.
In conclusion , I may observe tlmt thono who wish to npply for ndvleo or assistance , may con *
fldentlally do so without hesitation or diffidence ; as the most timid may rely on my Invariably ,
regarding that In vlolablo secrecy , which has already proved the basis of an extensive and res
pectable professional reputation. Yours conlldentlally ,
13th and Dodge Sts. , Omaha , Neb.
Wo make the treatment of chronic diseases a spe
cialty , mid solicit thoio of a lingering , diUlcult , or
doubtful character , because thus wo can demon *
itratoour superior facilities for uurlng them. Where
patients have boon unsuccessfully treated by others ,
wo cordially Invite them to call upon us. or to write
us. There are many cases that have without suc
cess , used ovcry form of patent medicines , thinking
thereby to save a physician's fee ; others who' have
paid a vast amount of raonov to their home physi
cian or druggist , soaking In Turn for relief :
others again who are disheartened or discour
aged of over being cured , to all such wo extend
a hearty Invltatlou to consult us , either per
sonally or by letter. Their cases will always com. HEALTH. WEALTH.
mand piompt attention. If wo nnd tholr case hopeless and beyond the aid of human skill , w *
will promptly tell them Eo , and would scorn to receive a lee Irom them without being able to
render them any assistance. If , however , wo believe upon examination that they BIO curable ,
wo will distinctly state what weciin do for them. It Is to our Interest to give nn honest opinion ,
as our reputation Is at stake , and wo nmko and maintain that reputation by actual cures , ettoctea
under our care and through our treatment. Every eiiso wo undertake to trout nnd fall , Is a se
rious Injury to us , therefore It Is essentially necessary lor us to te prudent and direful. Wo will
toll you oandldly what we can do for you. and will stuto what our treatment will cost yo-j , and
leave you f roe to decide whether It will lie to your advantage tr Do treated by us or not. Wo
never urge or pursuado any person to take our treatment , but depend entirely for recommenda
tion what those who have been treated by us , gay of our merlin. They are the ones competent to
judge , nnd go further to strengthen the good reputation wo have earned , than columns of ad-
vortlsoments would. No matter what your trouble or how long sanding It Is , consult us , and If
relief Is possible , you will certainly obtain it ,
PATIENTS RUN NO RISK OF BEING DECEIVED BY US
Honesty Is the best policy. Wo find this axiom vorltlod in our dealings with our patients.
Though wo lay claim to an ordinary dogrooof honesty from principle , wo cannot expect the
publlu to place Implicit confidence In our chums , did wo not present them from a point of view
where self Interest dictated our course to bolionc t as the best moans of success.
PATIENTS RUN NO RISK OF BEI.\G DECEIVED RV US ,
Deoause wo cannot afford to bo dishonest with thorn. Wo have n reputation at stake which has
cost us years of unremitting labor and untiring study to establish. This reputation U equivalent
to capital to us , und It would not only bo Imprudent hut the height of lolly , for us to do unythlnif
to Injure It. In this ago of newspapers und rapid transmission of every description of news , our
name would soon bo a byword , and the public would shun us , v > ere we , In any way , to piactlca
deception on any of our patients. On the other hanil , if wo prove our honesty by dealings with
all with whom wo come hi contact , wo extend our reputation and with U our practice. The value
of an untarnished name tea business man. Is of value deyond calculation : wo have always on *
Joyedsuoh aoneand will alwiys ntrlvo to maintain It. 1'atlonts run no risk of being deceived by
us , because wo have not established this Intlrmury for u wnok or u month , but we have niftdo It
one of the permanent plants of Omaha , and have come Ui stay. Wo have expended tt great flea !
of money In fitting up ourotttcns , supplying them with the latest and most approved appliances ,
and secured the services of some of the most eminent physicians as asslstnulx. It will take u
some time to get a return of the capital th s Invested. While , liy deceiving our patients , wo
might for n short time ronll/u more largely , tint our business would soon be riilnoit , and would
soon dlo out. It Is evident , therefore , thut wo must ho honest to retain patronage once secured ,
and to extend It through the Inlluenco of thosowhoui wo cure.
DOCTORS WHO HAVE NO PERMANENT INTEREST
Who are constantly traveling from place to place , will got all the money they can from patients.
oaring nothing to retain them or glvo them any benefit. This Is dishonest and should bo frown.
ed down by every well thinking man. Wo cannot afford to pursue such u policy , oven If Inclined
to do so. It Is much better for us to bo frank with our patients , und when limy consult us , unu
wo tlnd his or her case has arrived at an Incurable stage , wo will candidly tell them MI and not try
nnd got n low dollars from them when wo know tholr Hopes nf n euro must meet with disappoint
ment. Should wopromlsna euro , however , and then fall , others whom wo might have treated
successfully will bo afraid to consult us.
PATIENTS RUN NO RISK OF BEIXG DECEIVED IIY UH
Tlecause the majority of them are Intelligent people , who nro well able to judgn for them.Milve * "
Quito a number of them being utllloted with chronlo diseases for years have consulted pn > slulunl
of great eminence , and have studied bonks treating on the peculiar complaint from which they
en tier. It Is not of u rare occurrence t lint such people know more of the imuiro of their nllinont
than the oidltury practitioner. Would It not be foolish to attempt to Oacolvo such patients ?
Whllo It cannot bo expected that all should bo endowed with this hlirh dcgreo ot Intelligence , wo
make It a point to treat all with the candor that common Hunso and discrimination denmnds./inil /
and If wo succeed In gaining our patients' oonlldunui'thls will neucsiiirlly become more Intensi
fied as our acquaintance ripens , as our muln ondnavor will ilways ha to glvo the utmost siHUfao-
tlon to those entrusting their cases to UK. 1'althfully yours ,
DR. OTTEBBOURG- .
13th atulDjdge Streets , Omaha , .V ; 6.
Corner Jiith and Dnaijn Street * . Omaha ,
A Regular Graduate in Medicine and Special Practitioner
Authorized to treat all Chronlo , Nervous nnd "Special Dlnonsrs" ( whether rnuaod by Impru
dence , oreees or contairlnn ) , Seminal Weakness might losses ) , Beniul Debility iloin of vjxutl
power ) Nervous Debility , Illood Disorders , etc. Oimsguarantccd or money reluuded. ( 'hnrgoi
low. Thousands of cases nurod. AK and eipenentti uro important. All mudlclnok esp oliiHt
prepared tor euch Individual case. No injurious or poisonous compounds used No time lost
from biiBlniien. J'atlents at a distance treated by Inttor and express , Medicines snnt ortirjvliera
free from gaze or breakage. All ordrrs promptly tilled. A symptom list on which to gntn full
hlitory of disease furnlsbod. 6in\ your case umltond for terms. Hucreuy observed oithur In
person or by mall.
Office Hours : 9 to 12 A , M , , 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P , M ,
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