Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 24, 1887, Page 8, Image 8
. - . . . ' . . ' * EHE OMAHA DAILY. BEE : BATUBPAY. DECEMBER 24. . 1887 * . ' ' - . PICKEDUP , ABOUT THE CHI Two Indiana .Arrested For Soiling Whisky to Other Aborigines ; ARRAIGNED BEFORE THE COURT. ItcHlRtiatlon of Hocrctnry .Toplln Dentil ofW. M. Horton A Cnwc of Inostlmnblc Justice Oilier Ijocnl NPWB. The Unltrd Htntos Court. : T A CI.UM. A bill of review In the case of Aaron Cover f . Samuel P. Vaunatta , for the quieting of u claim for n certain tract of land In Morrlek county , InvolvliiK several thousand dollars , was filed with the clerk. IKIMOIIOKIKK AS'K KOt.UXO Tlll'Nlir.ll , Deputy United States Marshal Bhowaltcr brought In from the Wlnnelmgo agency .vcstcrday , two Indians. Homoboklkc , or Henry Wolf , nnd KollingThundcr , orTom Van Hurcn , charged with pclllng whisky to the Indians of the agcnev. The two red inen wcro arraigned and Rolling Thunder pleaded pullty , but HJMJII the ndvlrc of the court ho withdrew the jilea. Homoboklko pleaded not guilty. Their story was Unit they bought a half gallon of called "Miko" In whiHky of a saloonkeeper , Jackson , and they took It homo with them for their own private consumption. Some of the predatory bucks of the tribe , however , true to their Instincts , stole tlio Jug , swallowed the lire-water and raised n general hullabaloo In the agency. No serious outcome resulted from their spree , though , and the probabilities are that Homo- boklko and Koliing Thunder will be allowed to return to the land of their people without having been visited with a taste of Uncle Sam's castagatory powers. roit sni.uxu nr.Kit WITHOUT A i.icr.x'n. Charles Schermcrhorn was arrested in Palisade by Deputy Matshal Showaltcr and brought In on a charge of selling beer without a license. Ho was arraigned , and pleading not guilty , was bound over in the sum of $ T < 00. STIU. riiooiinssiso. The suit on a bond of Holstcatl vs. Milcr ! , before Judge Dundy , has not as jet reached u conclusion. DlHtrlet Court. A MI'.CIIVXIU'R l.H'.X. The case of Walton B. Hurllngscln vs. An drew J. Stanley , u mechanic's lien of 2..0 , is bclnn heard before Judge Hopowcll. WANTS WOOjOOO WOHTII OK COUNCIL m.UI'FS. The attention of Judges Groff nnd Wake- ley is still being occupied-with this interest ing caseof Franklin Koblnson vs. A. D. Jones ct al. This suit in volves the ownership of 180 acres of land within the limits of Council B luffs , upon n portion of which the tr.insfcr now stands. The value of this land In estimated to-day to bo worth from 100,000 to ? r > 00KK , ( ) , and the case is exciting much at tention of land owners and capitalists on 'both sidcrt of the river. SI'ES foil T1IH 1H1AXCE. The suit of S. it. Johnson against John S. Hart , for balance on a promissory note , ciuno up yestetday. Tlio coin- ] ilaintint alleges that Hart issued a note for $5,000 on the Dank of Commerce of this city , payable within thitty days. Ho sold this note to Johnson with collateral security. The thirty days elapsed and the note wus not taken up. Then Johnson realized on the sale of the securities , $ . ' 1,047.50 , anil then falling to induce payment of the balance on the part of Hurt , $1I52.50 ! , ho asks Judgment for that amount. An aflldavit fop- attachment also accompanies the papers in this case. MIT ) AIHINST A. I , . hTltAXCl CO. An action was llled yesterday by the Case Manufacturing company against A. L. Strang company , .to collect $4,507.70 , to gether with interest on promissory notes. County Court. JOHN r. KUp.n.N's WIM , . The will of John F. Kuchn , who commit ted suicide some weeks ago by shooting Him self in the head , was probated before Judge MeCulloeh. Tlio deceased left real estate to the amount of $15,000 , and h.is wife is des ignated as executrix. .ItJDOMKNTS HEX1 > EltKT > , Jrdgo MeCulloeh rendered the following Judgments yesterdav : Curtis W. Sleeper , (70,4 : ) against John E. D.iyhuff ; Alexandei L. Pollock , SUW against Ezra F. Hinger. A LIVKKV ttTAIILi : SUIT. Ill the famous livery stable replevin suit ol 1 James II. McShano vs Alexander lienham , the Jury returned a verdict in favor of the 1plaintiff. . AX Assiaxon's I'uoi'nirry. A schedule of the property of II. C Meing , who made an assignment some days aijo , wus ycbtcrday filed in the county court I'ollco Court. Frank Martin , II , H. Ladler , James Smith , Hartley Healy , K. E. Urlght and L , C , Pucker , drunkenness , from 2 to $5 ant costs ; Mike'Klng , resisting an officer , lifteer days ; Pete ICinney , abusing his family , fortj days ; JKko Kinnanc , II. H. Kcrstead am Arthur Gannon , vagrants , ten days. Y. M. C. A. AFFAIRS. of the General Secretary and tlio New War's George A. Joplin , general secretary of the Young Men's Chrlstaiu association , tendered Ills resignation yesterday , which was re luctantly accepted. Mr. Joplin has made i most efllcient official and was very i > opulai in the association. He contemplates in em barking In the real estate business. Messrs O. P. Sewurd , William Fleming and Dr. J C. Denise were appointed u committee ti recommend a successor to Mr. Joplin. Ncv Years day ( Monday ) the association willholi at its rooms its annual reception to which I general invitation is extended. Ono o the features will bo a grand spread. Las Jvlow Years 3I.VS callers were registered , am prepa rations are being made for u btill large number for the coming reception. MOUTUAKY MAXTUItH. IIOUTOX. W. M. Horton , for nearly twenty years i resident of this city , died at his late residence Seventeenth street between Davenport am Chicago , yesterday morning at . " > o'clock. Mr Horton lias been ailing for some years , hi nmplo menus enabling him to live in com jmrativo retirement. Ho wus years ago : railway conductor when railroads weroii their infancy. Ho was also an intimate abhc date of Sidney Dillon , with wiiom ho wa often engaged in the railway contractin ; business. His funeral will take place tc : day at 1 o'clock. The remain will bo forwarded to Boston , where icllgiou bervlces will bo hold by the sou of the dc muted , Kcv. Mr. Horton , a prominent Un 1 tarlan minister of that place. A Site for tlio New Hotol. OMAIU , Div. 22. [ To the Editor of th HUE. ] I observe In your paper that con sidcr.tblo interest is manifested In the sclec tlon of iv site for the new hotel now beini agitated to supply the wants of this rapidl , growing city. There Is ono very desirabl locution , not yet mentioned , which | > os c > se nil the attraction , beauty , convenience an sightliness with streets on three sides , an ground 140x1110 foot. It is situated on th noith sldu of St. Mary's avenue , betwoe Twenty-Ill st and Twenty-second streets Sufticlent inducement will doubtless bo give to make it iiuito Interesting to anyone dcsli ing to build a $ 1,000,000 hotel. Hopini' tin location will bo taken Into consideration , ti tui early day , I remain , Yours , vcrj respectfully , I > lfl > ell Safes. Cull nntl see the lurjjo block Moafi her it licnvh , ( ioii'l AgtV. hiivo on hum nt MI5 Fiirnuin Ht. , Ointihn. The County CoimnlsNioiiprs. Tljo following was adopted by tlio count ; commlaslonrrs yesterday : Hroolvcil , Tliut the i-ounty treasurer b Untrnctcil to exempt tux on lot 7ilock \ 0 tVnith Oinnhu. for the year 1W7 oir accoun Of ixjlng cliurch proiwrty. SOUTH'Q.MAltA NKWS. ' i John fconMng ; of.kVlrflcld , Neb. , ' U on tho. nnrkct wltb six cars of cattle' and tour of * logs. _ ' G. D. Doxte. of Fa'lrfleld , has two cars of cattle on the market. M. Hozavt , of Heatrlcc , Is In with two cars of cattle. J. D. Hlenklron.of Missouri Valley , is ookliiK over the yards. I. L. Hitter is in from North JJctul on n irospecting tour. J. C. W.Vfong , of Cedar Hnplds , looked In at the exchange on his way liolnu from Chi cago. . . A. Li. Spearman , of Springfield , was lookIng - Ing over the yards. U. S. Howard , of Hartwell , Mas n "ear of logs on tha market. John Degnun , of Marysvllie , Kas. , brought in two cars of hogs. He is on his way to spend Christmas In Chicago. John limit has three cars of North Platte cattle on the market. E. H. Wllcox ofVahoo visited.tho yards. S. G. Wright of Wright & Hiildwln Is on a business trip to Iowa. > . , J. A Kockfleld of Shenamloah , Is at the Kxchange. John Qulnn of Wood Hlvcr , registered nt the Exchange. E. W. Hanks , of SJicltoli , is n guest nt the Exchange hotel. John Pratt , of North Platle , marketed two cars of hogs. A. L , . Frcderlckson , clmrtfcd with cuttlnp up Peter Peterson , was released on WOO. bail until Petei-son is well cnouHh tj proseeutB < < Graders arc again nt work on N streetmid In a short time the prcsenl'ground floors will bo used as basements. Jim Snoderry , a constant visitor nt the po lice court , wound up u dnmlten wprco-joiu Thursday by beating his wife and setting lire to the house. As the wiimnn was alone and the house in a secluded spot .on the , hot- . toms she let It burn and swore out u warrant against her husband. Marshal Kico found ho had skipped and notified the Council Hluffs police , who arrested him aUthc Irani-- fer , but as he refused to come btfclc without. , the necessary papers the marshal lull al noon for Lincoln to procure them. The trouble between the city council and Police Judge Houther has reached a paint where it becomes positively disgraceful. Charges have been preferred against the Judge and u spcul.il meeting of the council was called last Tuesday to investigate them , but as they were not substantiated they fell through. Thursday Councilman Loescher called nt the court room , In the absence of the Judgonnd demanded the books , which the clerk refused to produce. This led to a scene In which the councilman lost his temper mid nmdo use of language that caused the cleik to swear oirt u warrant for his urrcsl. The ruse was heard before Justice Levy yesterday and dismissed. In the meantime Looseher hod sworn out u warrant aguint .ludKo Keuther for callinp him u "scoundrel" and the case was called before Justice Levy , but at thu request of the plaintiff u change of venue was "granted to the court oniustice O'Gonncll. An Kxccllcnt Opportunity.- To those desiring to leurn shorthand and typewriting , "Vuloiitine'b lihortlmnd institute oilers the best opportunities of any school in the wos-t. Send for tlo- bcriptivo circular to ISle Dodge street. Death of the Will ! or Uon. llrlsbln. A brief telegram published in the Her. u few days ago announced the sad intelligence of the death of ono of the historic and heroic pioneer women of the Hocky mountain fron tier , Mrs. Juno Wagner Hrlsbln , nt Fort McKinney , Wyoming. December 1 , Ibb7. Many years ago the writer visited u re mote frontier army post near the summit of the Wind river mountains and there madotho acquaintance of this estimable woman , the only white woman ut the military post , where she was cheerfully performing her duties as wife , mother and hostess ; where with the pleasing manners of a highly cultivated lady she dispensed the bountiful hospitalities of her generous husband's home to the few transient visitors who ventured to visit their remote and dan gerous section ut that early day. In sunshine - shine or storm , peace or ivar , wherever duty called her husband , there would bo found this devoted wife and mother , carrying with her the comforts and retineinents of civiliza tion where bcforo no woman of Iho civilised race hud ventured. Hundreds have partaken of the bounteous hospitality of the homo of General lirisbin and his lovely life partner , now alas , no more ! To all who- knew them and who have vis ited them , the W-uth of Mrs. Hrisbin will bring tears of heartfelt sadness and the sin- cercst sympathy for the bereaved and devoted husband and their family of height and beau tiful little ones , by the sad event.aru to make life's pilgrimage without u mother's sympa- thv and care. May the Father of All have thorn in bis holj keeping. Aitsiv Ornccii. Soidenborg's Fiynro , the only lk ( citffir for oc. Ask your denier for them , Max Moyur ft Co. , wholusalo depot. A Small Two fine suits of clothes , a pair of elegant beaver gloves and considerable other prop erty was curried off by burglars from the residence of Mrs. Daniels , I'.Ul South Twcn ticth street , last night. Ono of the maraud er.s took off an old suit and replaced it will the stolen garments before loavingtho house No duo to the perpetrutors has been dis covered. _ * Ice plows , markers , hooks , ton s , saws etc. , at .Tames Morton & Son's , 110 S loth st. , sole agents for Wood's ieo tools Send for catalogue. Strt i t Hewer Stopped. The sanitaiy sewer on Dodge street becami clogged yesterday , and as u consequence sev era ! basements west of Sixteenth street wen badly flooded. There being no man-holes ii the street , as there uro In the alleys on tl Waring system , the sowing inspector was compelled to dig through the pavement to tin sewer to remove what had occasioned th ( stoppage. James Morton & Son , llfi S. loth &t. all kinds of ice tools in stock. Closed DcpolH. The following local freight offices will be closed Monday , December M , on account ol Christmas : * John McCliutoflt , Aut-nt C. . M. & St. P Hv. , U. P. Uy. , C. , K.I & 1 . Uj. W. A. Austin , Agent H. AC M. K. H. A. F. llriggs , Agent-Mo Pue. Uy. C. C. Gossunl. Agent C. , St. P. , M. & O IJy. , ! ' . , K. & M. V. Ky. , C. it N. W. Ky. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nevtir vanes. A ninrdel ot purl ty , MrfiiKtliiuid uliolrMum'UPSi , .Moie econoiil Icul tliiiu the ordtnury kinds , nnd rauuot b told in coiiipotltloalth tht * multltudo ot lou rost. short weight nlum or phosphuti ) powder * Cbiitiiti'ejintal Clothing House I A GENUINE COLD WEATHER SENSATION. " Unprecedented Attractions "in Fine Satin Lined Overcoats , The richest and most elegant overcoats ever shown on our counters. All tailor mndu garments , nothing cheap atoout them except the priceAn offering never before attempted of the finest and most elegant overcoats ever manufactured by us since we have been in business. Our unparalelled sale of the famous Sawyer woolen Go's. , line all wool double and twist heavy winter weight suits. LOT No. 1 100 of the finest Elysian Beaver Overcoats made this season ( goods.from the famous Middlesex Mills , of Lowell , Mass. ) Full indigo blue , wool dyed goods that will not fade , lined throughout with the finest quality of Win. Skinner's satins , the richest and most elegant goods made in this country. 'r" A * --i ' ' * - ' - - - - - - " " " - - - - - - - - - - - - - this to bo the most attractive to any address in the west or _ . . . . . AO JJ 11 V-i. lY Lf 1 J.J \.l ID * * ' * III 45 - / 'V * * * v rf &vw w * A - - | III * % T * * rvv & V V V * * * V * V V tft I. X- ' * * J W * * JV * J X V J HV * Akm\/AA > - ber the price B , only $16. LOT No. i2 We offer a bargain of equal importance , being 400 of the very finest quality London Seal Brown Kersey Overcoats ( goods made by the famous worumbo Mills of Maine , a mill that has no rival in this country in the manufacture of Kersey Overcoatings. ) These goods are the new shade of London brown , which is so fashionable with young gentlemen everywhere. They are made with lapped seams , cut single breasted , lly front and lined with the same quality of Wm. Skinner's satin throughout , body and sleeves , the best satin made in the world anywhere for service. Wo have these overcoats in all sized , from 33 to 44 , and offer them at the extraordinarily low price of $19. We have no better overcoat in our stock at any price ; we could not make a better one if you should give us $30 for it , neither could we use'better ' materials or better trimmings , and we do not believe that these .Kersey Overcoats , lined with satin , can be purchased outside of our store for less than $30 each. We will send a sample garment by express , to bo returned at ourexpense _ , if you do not consider them worth $30 each. r , with silk fine coats , overcoat in our stock , and we now offer them to close at $12. THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME. Woolen Co. , Dover , Now Hampshire , the best e new regular goods , all sizes , and wo offer of this year was $20 per suit , and they are . - - - . - - - - - - - j .w. , . , . , - - . - * v , - . . - . , . . . - . . - j , to $20 per suit , as retail houses usually sell them. If not found so , thoy-mny l > e returned at our i-xpenso. Tlmy-are the mo.4 thoroughly reliable and honest bargains we have ever had the pleasure o offering the trade. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN SALE OF FINE SCARLET WOOL UNDERWEAR , returned'to us at our expense. We also offer at the same time ETVE HUNDRED DOZEN FINRALL WOOL SCA11LET SHIRTS AND DRAWERS , the usual retail price -all over the country for these goods is $1.00 each.-Wo offer them at this sale at 40 ct'nlri each. All .iizes from 34 to 44. _ . ' - - Send for our catalogue , giving a list of over sixteen hundred different articles we sell ; Send for our rules-for sclf-ineaiuroment and you can be fitted just as well at home as here in our store , gend to m and st'e how much money you can save from ordinary local retail prices. CONTINENTAL CLOTHING HOUSE , Freeland , Loomis & Co. OMAHA BOSTON NEW YORK Proprietors. DES MOINES Corner of Douglas and 15th. Streets , Omaha , Neb. The Largest Wholesale and Retail Clothing House West of the Mississippi River KmViody the hlglif-t exvellcnrles In Slmplluess Comfort mill UurnlilUty nml me tlio REIGNING : - : FAVORITES In rShlilonablo Circles. Our nnnip Is on cVery sale , J. AcT. t'ottsi.NS. NK\V YOIIK. AGENTS TOR OMAHA , Hayward Brothers. FOR the year 18S8 FRANK LESLIE'S " POPULAR MONTHLY , " which has heen aptly styled "THE MONARCH OK THE MONTHLIES , " will be hetter than ever. Articles upon topics of current public interest , sketches of eminent per sons , strong and brilliant stories , and poetry of a high" order , profusely illus trated by the best artists , and all by writers of recognized merit , will fill its pages. To the old and favorite corps of contributors will be added writers 01 promise , and no effort will be spared to keep the magazine ih the foremost rank. In the November number was begun an earnest and powerful ta'e , "PRINCE LUCIFER , " 1)y ) Ella f , Pierce , which has already attracted widespread attention and charmed multitudes of readers. Subscriptions pnty begin , ifde fcired , with the Kovembernuinbcr. , Eacli issue contains'a ; Full-Page Picture * . in Colors , the series of twetvj ; forming for the year a beautiful collection of'gems of modern art. ; ' " ' The "Popular Monthly".contains 128 large octavo pages , nearly .twice the matter of similar publications , ami. is < not only the besf , but by 'far th cheapest , of any of the of maga/ines for thri _ people. rO. . $3 per year ; 25 cts per copy Specimen copies , 15 cents. MRS. FRANK LESLIE , 63 , 55 and 57 Park Place , New York- lf llUIKli mum , U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA. NEB. Paid Up Capital , - $2BOOOO Surplus , - OOOOO , II W. YATFS. President. LEWIS .1. HLEII. Vlee-Presldent. A. E. ' OUZAI.IN , M Vlce-1'resldent. W. II. S. H trail Ed , Cashier DillLCTOIM. W. V' . MOHSK , JOHN S. COLLINS , n. W. YXTE , LEWIS S. UEED , A. G. TOUZALI.V. HanVlng OOlce , THE IRON BANK. Cor. 12th anil Farnam St . A Generar UttnUoK Uusiutss Transacted. MEDICAL/SUB6ICAUNSTITUTE , N. W. Cor. 13th & Dodge Sts. BR.A.CES , APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES. HeM fncilltle- ! , apparatus nml remedies for suc cessful treatment ol c\erv form of dUease requir ing Medical or Surgical Treatment. FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS. Donil and nttemlance ; best hospital accommo dations in the west. WKITI : TOR CIXCI'LAKS on Deformities nnd Hraces , Trusses , Club I'eet , Curvature of the Spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , Catarrh , llrui.cliitis , Inhalation , Hlcctricitv , Paraljsis , Kpilenby , Kid ney , Bladder , Kye , Har , Skiu and IJlood , and all Surgical Operations. Diseases of Women a Specialty. HOOK ON DISEASES or WOMEN FIIIE. ONL7 RELIABLE 1IEDICAL INSTITUTE M1KINQ A gl-ECIALTT OF PRIVATE DISEASES. All Illood Diseases successfully treated. Syph ilitic 1'oison removed from the t-ystciu witnout mercury. New restorative treatment for loss of Vital Tower. 1'ersons unable \isitiismay be treated nt home by correspondence. AH commu nications confidential Audlclnes or Instruments sent by mail or express , ncurely packed , no marks to Indicate contents or t-ender. One per sonal interview preferred. Call and consult us or send history of your case , and e will send in plain u rapper , our BOOK TO MEN , FREE ; I'non rriuitc , Special or Nervous Diseases , Impotency - potency , Sjphihs ( licet and Varicocelc , with ( UKStion list , Address Omaha ilnltntl ami Surgical Iiintilnlrot DR. McftlENAMY , Cor.Uth and Dodge Sts. , OMAHA , NEB. FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. INTERNOTJnl OPTICAL CO , IS 12 FAltXAM STREET , Your Eyes Examined Freo. OnrAlaikaCrjrtaltna Spectacles nnd uiu tlie bet botOne Dollar Glasses In the market. Onrllraillllan AtUCnt I'oblilov are the belt money iwn , buy. I'arlkliin. Tlntrd lvM > ei tur weak eyi't , Klvr * ea > and tumfurt. ( ila cs tu null all klulltn. CAM , AT D.NCK. Mannion & . Hughes , Proprietor Omaha Business Collegt , IN WHICH IB TAUQHT Book-Keeping , Penmanship , Commercial Law , Shorthand , Ttlegraphini aad Typewriting. Send for Collrce Journal. B. E. Cor. 10th nnd Cnpltnl Ave. Mtntlcntlie tu.tl lc ) Health is Wealth ! 1)11. K. r. WhKT'S KKHVR AND IlllAIN TllKAT- JIBNT , a Ritiirnntei'dppclllc for ll > sterla , Dlzzl. ne-is. Convulsions , lits , Ncivous NouralKla Heudnclic , Nervous 1'iostratloii caused by the > .o of nlcohnl or tobnrcoVukefiilucs4 , Mental l eirc'.sslon ) , SoftcnliiRof the llr.iln resulting in Insanity ami It-adlni ; to misery , decay and cU'ntli. I'leiimtiueOld AKe. lluirenness. Loss of power In cither inf. Involuntary Losses and . ' permit- orrliu'acnUM.'dl > yovpr u\eitlon , nfthebru'nsolf- alinso or over indiilsencc. iaoh : box contnlns one month's treatment. H.Oua l > oxor xllio.xes forijr.K ( > , Keiitliyiiinll prepaid on iccelpt of price. WK (5UAIIANTKK SIX HOXIJS Tornrounycase. With each order received ! ) > ui lor six lioxes nrioinpnnte Iwlth M. i , wu lil bend the puiehnser 0111 ntten Kiiarantoe to ra fund tno money If the treatment clous not effect n c uro. Guarantees Isbiied only by C. K. ( iOOU- MAN. nriiKuiat , Sole Agent , lilt ) Kurnnin St. , Uniiiha Neli " DRUNKENNESF Or the Lloiior llublt , Posithcly Curcdby Adiiilnistcrlntir Dr. Iluines' Guldeii Specific. ut It can be ftlvcu In a cup of coffee or tea wltho ( -tin1 knowledge of the peihou taking It ; ubsolut clly harmless , and will elloct a pi'imunent an espeedy cure , whether the patient Is n modeiat Mi Inker or nil nleohollo wreck. Thousands o dnnikiirds have l > een mndu temperate men who have taken Golden Hpecltlc In their coffee with out their know ledge and to ilny believe they quit drinking of their own free will. IT NEVIIll KAII.S. The system once impregnuted with the Hpecitlc , It becomes an utter Impossibility for tlio lliinor appetltti to exist. For sale by Kiilni \-Co. , I.Mh and'Uougliis sts. and 18th and Cum- Ing hts. . Omuhii , Neb. ; A. 1) . Foster It lira. , Conncll Illutls , la. Sample Bottles Free An I'fflclont ncmcdr for Dlnrrliai , Ctifilori Morhus , Dynontcrr Ami nil l > l onlor of the Iloncls. Imported by Mlhalovltch , Fletcher It Co. , Cincinnati , Kor rale by the fiillowliii : itcnler * Hlehardiion llru. r . , lllnku. flruro \ C'n , Aillcr .V Ilrllcr , ( lladnon- llroCci , iTiuik llcllnne A. Co , It. It. ( irutte , an all wholemle unil retail ilruir lite , liquor dealer an wine nitTClinnn uvurywtu'iu. J. B. HAYNES , OFFICIAL STENOGBAPHEB , ThlrdJndlcIil DUtrlrt. 87 CHAMUIiU OF COMMEUO'B. TlieOld ncllnhlc Spec lallst of niuny yriu ? er perleiH'e.trent * itli woo ilerful Hiicccs , all l.l'Nli Til IIOAT. CA.NCK U rn.i.-j , nvrri.A. ut.i'rrur imcii with out pulii or tilntlriuicc frtiin utihlnc 4. Alletirtm * Iceiisi" lar In ml\anro of my InMltmln n In till1 * < itiiitr > . ' 1 lioco who con template t-'olnir to Hot sprlniis for treatiiient ot any l'rl\utu or llloml lll-"l'c I-IM : bo cured fur onc-tliliil tincotat our Private I > l pcnsary. y Ids treatment a Ture. lively ( Mm f'leilon , free trora mllowne" , frerklei I , | ckhcail5 , eruption * , etc. , brllllnnt -"riiut"Vlrcd"'le''iniaiuriiii"f lipalili ! - be lind. cumin wrnkni" < oi Iromptty ciir-Hl , HloatlnK Headache.Nervous I'-n" aratoVi. ( ieneral lability. h'ceplo < m- ; . IkMyc'Oon Unit InillKCMIon. Ovarlnn troubles. Intlinimil'jii and nlrloratloii. halllnunnd lllsjilaei-incnl" . JiUnal wcitk- ep s , Kldnrr ( ouiplalnts ana Cbiiugu of I.llo , Loitsult the Old Doclor _ _ CVC IMP CAD Acute or Chronic liittnininv rlP A Nil tflfl tlcmnlthp Kyelid or IJlobe LIL HI1U S.MII anrtKarorNcarML'ht.MlncH. , Inversion of the Lids , Scrofulom K > P < . Ulcerattoiii , InnamiUHllons , Ab ce < n , Ulmnuss ot Vl'lon ot one or both -ye , nnd 'I'liinort ot I.ld. . . . , IWlnnaniraatlon ot the Kur. tJIcerntlon or Catarrh , Internal or Kiternal Ivafnc . or Paralysis , Mimlim or ItoarlnK nolle. . Thlrkeaed Drum. elc. Debility , I.OSHO ! Vltul I'ower , Heep- hsiie , Di'Hpiindi'iieT , I. " J. , of Memory , Contusion ol Idea1 , Itlurs . , . . -pre.MonorS < plrlt xAvcr lontoSo-li.y. | KH-y f > - uMiifd , lj ck of Conlirtonoe. Hull , l.illeIJiilH r Mudy or IlusliiPfn. and tlnds life a u.u.lcn , palely , rernmncnllj and 1'rlf atcly Currd. BLOOD AND SK N K , > . , r. : Si UbUUU nllll OIXIII ' iiiuU'lii's , I'lniplus , III- rcn. Paln ln the Head and Donos. syplillfileftorn Throat , Mouth and Tonxup. IJlaniln r KnlarKCiiient ot tlit-Nei k. Itheumatlxm , Catarrh , Kte. , I'eraianenl- Iv Cured \VhPii Others HIITC talleit. Consultation free and ctrlctly conlldantlnl. 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I'u'.lenIB whoso C.IM-S II.IVB been tiPKleetoil , badly tieated ot pronouuc.-d Incur , nble , hhonld not fall to vulto us < oiiwrnliu ; their inptom's. All letters receive Immediate utt n- JUST PUBLISHED , And will bo mailed I'HKI ! to uny address on in- celpt of ono S-cent stamp , "I'ructloul Obsfrvii- tlons un Nervous Debility and 1'liyxlc.il Ilxlmiis- " "iSsnv on M.ir- tlon , to which Is added an rlage , " with Important chapti-rs on diseases of th Iteprodtuthe Oreuns , thw whole formliiu a valuable incdkal tieatl"e which should ba re nl by all youiiK men. Addiess | DRS , S , and D , DAVIESON , 17O7 Ollvo Street St. Louis , Mo. SteckPiano Krinurkuhh' for powerf iU xyinpa- * thettc7oiiHjillublit .ittlon and ul > - Holutc iiuriiblfliy ! JjeaiMrei OK ] , ioTif t j.'ii riinteeof _ J h ielictTot Thrh lllhtrilllli'lltH. WOODBRIDGE BROS , SHORT THE CHICAGO AND North western Railway Short Line. Omaha , Council Bluffs And Chicago , nly road to take for Ie > Molnn , Mnrhilltown , . n't iioulalo by any other lino. Amonca few of the niimrrouii points of tapprlorlty cniiiyoil by the putronx of thin road bptwreu Om h % and ChlcBKn , are Hi two trail's a day of DAY ( "OAUIU KH , which are the naptt that numan art and Incooul. ty can create. Hi I'AI.ACK ttl.KKl'INU CAIIS. which are mndpU of comfort and elegance. IU PAHIXK DKAWINU HOOM OAKS , unnurpaoed by any , and Iti widely celebrated I'AI.ATIAl. DINING CARS. tEa edual of which cr.ntiot be found ° i cwhorrAt Conn * ell DIulTi the tralni of thn Union Tacit ) i ; Hallway , con. ncct In union Uepot with thoie of the Chicago A Northvrpitern Uy. In Chlrago Iho trains of this lln niaku cloie connection wlUi thote of all othur eaitera Kor nptrnlt , Colurabiii , Indlannpolli. Cincinnati. Nlanara Kails , Buffalo. IMUBHIK. lurontn , Muntrval , lloston , New York. rblladPlpliTa , llultlmoip , Waiu. Ington , and all point ! In the east , cik tor a ticket l Uio "NORTHWESTERN. " It you wlnh the bp t accommodation. All ticket agantf , via thU line. SilltlrkptK 1 1 1 ITT. E. P.V1 I ON. tienl. ManaKcr , < ! cul. 1'ati'r Agent. .M.1.A1.COCK. . . Wutctu A out. City rm.'r. Agcni. Omaha , Ncbriuka. TH15- OK TUB Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' , , The Host Route from Omaha anil Coiincll [ IllufTs to TWO TIIAIN8 IIAII. * ' IIKTWKEN OMAHA AND COUNCIL HI.UFFH Clilcnpo , . . .AND MHnnuker , St. Tun ! , Mlnnraptills , tVdur Kaplils , Kock Lsland , Freoporl , Koi-kford , Clinton , Dnhuqur , Ihivrnport , Kl ln , Madison , .lancsTllle , ' llclolt , > Vlnona , Iu Crossp , And all other Important points East , Nortbeait and Houthrutt. For through tickets call mi the ticket afntatllQl Farnaai strvet , In 1'axtou Hotel , or at Unlua raclno pnot * I'ullman hlpepersand the finest IMnlneCarstn the world are run on thti main line of the tilling" , Mil waukee 4 ht. I'aul llallvray.and efery atlriillon I paid to passengers by count-cms eui | > luyus u < tb ootnpuny. U.MIU.KIt. GeneralManager. : I J. K. 'I I'CKKH. A l lanl ( irneral MansRrr. A. V. U , CAKI'K.VlT.lt , Ucuural 1'aiirugcr and , Ticket A i'nt. . . OKO. K.IIKAM-OHI ) , Assistant ( Jtncral I'aJicngct And Ticket Auunt i J.T. Cl.AHK.licni'rRl FuperiotcndeoU JUDICIOUS AND PERSISTEHT AilvuillrliiK lias nl HH proven siictcHkrul. Ilcfoio iil.tclnt ; any NIIK epupor AilvertUlnR consult , LORD & THOMAS , lliUHTIMVIJ JI.IA1S , K I * 48 HtmUluli 8lr..l. CMICACO. jr.D Surgeon and Physician , Oflicn N.V Corner Htli uinl DouuIuH Ht. e , M ; ItealdiiKu telephoue , WS.