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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. MA&OH 30 , 1888.
HE WILL ENFORCE THE LAW ,
The Mayor vg Bocliol and Southard
on the Llconao Question. .
THE RATE WAR AND THE STRIKES.
Festival of MftumlAT Thnrsdriy A
Duckliunter "Iluckcil" In Cut-
OffJJixko A 1'
Tlio Mnyor AjrnhiHt Two.
It was long since announced that on the
first of next month Baleen keepers would bo
compelled to conform to the law with regard
to the payment for their licenses In ndvnnco.
Yesterday n DEE reporter culled upon the
members of the license board to ascertain
how they felt upon the subject.
Mayor Broatch wns first called upon , and
Insisted on the payment of the 1750 in a lump
num Instead of 1260 as the second quarterly
Instalment , as was formerly the case. "It
has to bo paid , " ho said. "Tho old plan ii
dimply a flagrant violation of the laws of the
etato. At the present time , the ordinances
of the city regarding liquor licenses are In
direct conlllct with the state laws. Under
the old system no license can be issued until
the last quarter of the year , when the liquor
flcoler has paid his $1.000 , the requisite stfm
under the statutes of the state. Until this is
paid ho cannot bo licensed , and not Infre
quently when parties are arrested for viola
tion of the ordinances , they have endeavored
to screen themselves by claiming that they
had no license , and as the term license was
employed , they heldjit did not , apply to them. "
The mayor Is determined that such parties
shall not have any such excuse for defeating
the law , and , at regards organization , ho says
bo will meet them with all the resources at
his command. "Tho liquor interest in this
city may learn now asvcll as later on , " ho
soys , "that they are not the governing power ,
that as a class they are ns amenable to the
laws as any others. " The license board could
not use their discretion ns regards partial
payments. They simply acted on applica
tions for license.
Mr. Bcchcl , president of the city council
and a member of the Hconso board , Is In favor
of the continuation of the present system ,
and cannot see what is to bo gained by any
change. Ho falls to understand the reason
why the mayor should impose the planting
down ot (750 ns a second quarterly payment
in advance , especially after establishing the
precedent of a quarterly payment of $250.
Such ho deems an inconsistency , besides the
effect would bo to cut oft considerable revenue
from the city. The old style had succeeded
In the past , and by logical inference ho Tvas
sure it would continue to succeed in the fu
ture. It was n question whether the llccnso
board had any Jurisdiction in the matter of
City Clerk Southard wns of opinion that
the present plan of quarterly payments was a
peed one. There had never been any trouble
in regard to the collection of taxes. Ho could
not say whether the mayor was right or
wrong In enforcing his now method.
TUB MQUOll nEALKUS.
There is n racotlnftpf liquor dealers called
for this afternoon at 3 o'clock fit 1U21
Douglas street , at which , it is understood , a
canvas will.ho made as to the number of sa
loon-men who are satlsllcd to pay iho llccnso
fco in advance as also the advisability of se
curing counsel to contest the case in the
MOIIB MEN PAY TIP.
Up to the close of business at the office of
the city clerk last evening the following ad
ditional saloon keepers had conformed with
the orders of Mayor Broatch and deposited
their $750 each : George Sick , John Audrit
& Co. , John W. Green , \Vollstein & Co. for
two places , John Hoffman , George 13. Stern
nnd F. Poppendich. Sums of $251) weio ac
cepted from Fred Krup , Seth T. Cole , George
Heimcuz , Hart & Klllgallon , Louis Uoscn-
mund , Hanson & Peterson and Paytou &
* "Why do you accept these § 250 install
ments } " asked a BEE reporter of City Clerk
"Because of a resolution of the council
authorizing mo to do so , " responded Mr.
Southard , who seemed to think that it was
his duty to obey the commands of the council
over those of the mayor.
The Itato "War to Continue Indefinite
ly. Other Stutters of Interest.
The war of rates which has prevailed on
the various lines of railwayis not yet settled ,
nnd as fur as the ofllcluls of the Chicago , Bur-
linu'ton & Quincy are concerned the pros
pects are not veryfavorablo for an cnily set
tlement. As will bo remembered , an agree
ment was entered into between the roads by
which rates were to bo restored March CO.
The Chicago , Burlington & Quincy did not
coincide with the views of the others , nnd
r they decided to postpone action until April 1.
\ Now that matters have been partially adjust
a. ed , the "Q , " through Its agent , announces
that it will not relurn to the original scale ,
but will , at it's own sweet pleasure , haul and
deliver freight at whatever rate it chooses to
make. This leaves matters in a sort of com
plicated condition , and what the outcome
will be is extremely dlfllcult to prognosticate.
The action of the Chicago , Burlington &
Quincy will seriously Impair the business of
other roads betxvecn Omaha and Chicago , as
In the event of the former bolue able to trans
port all freight offered , it is plain to bo Been
that the road will do more business than all
the others combined. Some very rich nnd
vigorous measures on the part of the other
roads may bo anticipated s6on.
JIKfclEF foil WESTERN KANSAS.
The following was Issued by Acting Gen
eral Manager Kimball of the Union Pacific
yesterday afternoon and has also boon
adopted by the Missouri Pacific , Chicago ,
Kansas & Nebraska and tlieAtchlsoiiTopeka
& Santa Fo :
"Action for free or reduced rates of trans
portation on shipments of seed grnm from
counties or individuals having become qulto
numerous , joint action on the part of the rail
road companies named seems desirable. In
vestigations demonstrate that there is need
among ft few settlers In some counties in
western Kansas. The railroads are to willing
ns&lst these pcoplo In getting their seed
grain nnd have taken the following action ;
t "The companies named will transport frco
n reasonable amount of seed grain for spring
planting which have been donated to the
needy of these counties , provided such ship-
incuts are consigned to and distributed by an
ngont duly appointed and certified to by the
county commissioners. "
The circular thus relates that Individual
applications will not bo considered ns It is
the duty of the county otllclals to take the
matter in hand and attend to It and these of
ficers nro requested to send the1 companies
mentioned a statement of what tholr needs
will bo that directions may bo given for the
free transportation mentioned.
NEW 6UI1UJIIUN T1IAIXS.
On Monday next two now trains will ho
put on between Council JJlufTb nnd South
Oinaha wjmjfi wflllib a giciil Improvement
6vor ITio ones now m use. They are sup
plied with all the latest designs and are
models or comfort and are constructed nfler
the pattern of those adopted by eastern roaits
for suburban service. The pumTo cannot
fall to appreciate this now arrangement.
A K KSOAPK.
ADiicIc n\iii(6r ( nt Cut-Off ImUo lies-
. . cued IVoin Drowning.
John Ab lf ft' J'oung farmer llvitlg about two
miles strath of Council UlufTscaino | to Omaha
With his shot-gun and decoys Wednesday
night , and after thoroughly resting himself
purchased some cartridges nnd oailyln the
morning before the festive crow had bo-
tho\izjt \ ! > himself getting up for breakfast ,
liledliimsdlf to Cut-off lake , about two mftes
north ol the city , for the purpoaa Of procur
ing some canvas-baclts mud hens for Sun >
Oay'a dinner , lie did not meet with very
gr&at success and loitered over the direction
of too rJVer.whcnto his Infinite satisfaction he
discovered two solitary ducks floating peace
lull yon thobbsomoftheBicMuddy. Johnny
llred and one of the ducks supcumbed-
other ( JScafiea-llnfl floated down stream
about ten feet from the bonk * Tha Niraidi
vrd&ured a l > "o1b ftud was ondcayorlne to pur.
puad his game to lund when the bank caved
found Johnny was pluug d Uito t-hilllm
Unuji Mat folds oWe to
doubtless have drowned In R short time but
for the timely assistance of a man nnmcd
Sloan , who was on North Nineteenth street ,
and assisted him to shore. Hln gun Is quiet
ly reposing on the bottom of the rlvor , nnd
John Is drying himself at homo , which ho
reached by the assistance of the 10:15 :
Celebration of the Holiday In Thin
This IK the name applied to
Thursday of the holy week. The name Is a
peculiar one , nnd of considerable Interest
from ft philological , ns well as scriptural
point of view. The name Is derived from
"Mnndatum , " the first word of the service
chanted at the washing the feat of the pil
grims that day , which Is taken from John
xllh&J. Maundy Is undoubtedly a corruption
of the Latin verb "Mandare , " to command ,
because this being the last day of the Lord's
life On earth ho gave a special commandment
to hts disciples Mandntum novum do vobcs
"a new commandment I give unto you. "
It has also n reference to the command ,
"This do In remembrance of inc. "
In the morning holy communion was cele
brated by Dean Gardner , Trinity cathedral ,
at. 7 nnd n o'clock. The attendance was largo.
Brief divine service was held nt noon and
evening prayer with an address will bo con
ducted atfi:15 : p. m. At the latter service
candidates from Browncll hall will bo con
firmed by Bishop Worthlngton.
AT TUB umiEtiAN CIIUHCM.
A special service was held at 7:45 : p.m.
last evening by Pastor Detweller , To-day
prayer will bo held from 0 a. in , to 3 p.
m. , and again nt 7:45 : p. m.
AT ST. I'lllI-OMENA'a.
This festival Is always -celebrated in the
Catholic church with a great deal of
solemnity , the main Intent being the com
memoration of the institution of the blessed
sacrament. In nil the churches of the de
nomination in this city mass was said by the
respective pastors , whllo at St. Phllomena's
the mass was celebrated by Bishop O'Connor. '
Incidental to the interesting and impressive
mcnta. The boulson was pronounced by
Bishop O'Connor , who was attired in full
pontificals. Ho was assisted by the follow
ing clergymen : Fathers Morlarty , of South
Omaha ; McDonald , of St. Patrick's church ;
Fitzgerald , of Fremont ; Pacificus , of Colum
bus ; Wallace , of Grotna ; Choka , of St. Won-
ccslaus church in this city , besides Fathers
"IcCarty , Kollcy and Carroll , of St. Philo-
This evening the Tennebrao will
bo chanted , commencing at 7:30. :
This is ono of the most imposing services in
ho catholic ritual. To-day Is Good
Friday , and the services which will bo con
ducted by Fr , Kelley will begin at 9 o'clock.
The services on Saturday will bo conducted
by Father McCarthy.
On Etvstcr Sunday there will bo n grand
pontifical high mass with Bishop O'Connor
is celebrant. The choir will bo reinforced
'or the occasion and render Havdn'a Imperial
mass , with orchestral accompaniment by a
ipccially trained orchestra under the dlrcc-
, lon of Prof. .Hofman.
PINKEKTON SAliVATlON ABMY.
iciicrnl Complaints Concerning Their
The conduct of the Pinkerton "operators"
nnd "patrolmen , " who meander up and down
.hcB. & M. yards and who lurk m the vlcln-
, ty of the passenger station from early morn
,111 dewy dvo , and vice versa , is the subject
if much unfavorable comment at present , and
unless a change and a radical ono at that
ihould occur very soon it Is not nt all improb
able that serious trouble will occur. Last
night four railroad men , two Union Pacific
and two former employes ot thoB. &M. , who
: md been uptown during the evening , stopped
near Eighth street for the purpose of holding
n few moments' conversation before going to
their respective homes. Whllo thus engaged
two of the Pinkerton men came up and or
dered them to "move on. " This the men de
clined to do , whereupon the aforesaid
"specials" threatened them with violence if
their ukase was not complied with forthwith.
The railroad men , however , still per
sisted in holding their position , and
announced their intention of preparing for a
sulrmish when the gallant ofiicers , conclud
ing that discretion was the better part of
valor , decided to retreat , which they did in
Yesterday evening the waiting room of the
station was the scene of a little "tiff. " Two
men , owho were passengers waiting for a
train , entered the depot , and having about an
hour to wait wore whiling away the moments
by WalkAg up nnd down the platform when
the "special , " mentioned in yesterday's EEC
ns having been in a very juicy condition on
Tuesday night , approached them , and in a ,
voice redolent with cloves , coffee nnd Old
Crow , ordered them to "got out. " Explana
tions were of no use and the statement that
they were passengers waiting for a train ,
avajled them naught. The gentlemen , how
ever , did not comply , nnd whllo the question
was still under a discussion Ofllcer Bloom , of
the police force' appeared. His presence had
a very salutary effect , for the Pinkerton man
suddenly remembered having dropped some
thing in the lower yards and at ouco started
to get it.
A Suitable Location.
The Lemp Brewing company of St. Louis
are taking steps towards finding out a con
venient location on which to erect n largo
warehouse In this city. Should a suitable
site be procured Omaha will bo ono of their
principal distributing depots.
A surprise , when smokinp "Soidon-
borg Figaro" for 60 you will Jinfl it a lOo
cigar. Ask your dealer for them.
An Early Mornlnc Blazo.
A alarm of fire was turned In from box 01 at 5
o'clock yesterday morning , occasioned by the
discoYery of a blaze In tno establishment of
William Uowo , on Capitol avenue near Seven
teenth street. The department was promptly
upon the scene and the llamcs were extin
guished in a jiffy. The building belongs to
Mr. W. S. Whlloy , the loss to which is about
$73 , fully insured. Cause of flro unknown.
Menghor & Loachgon'l agents for the
Diobold safes , have removed to 419 S.
15th , where they are carrying a largo
stock of all kinds of safes.
There wns a small flro at Twentieth and
Lake streets yesterday afternoon , the barn of
the janitor of the Lake school being partially
consumed. Loss trilling. Supposed incun
Tnlspowdeirnerer varies , A marvel of putt-
ty.atrength und wholesomenos * . More cconora
Ictil tUantlie ordinary kind * , and cnnn ° t ocsolp
In campDtttlunwltii the multitude bt law coit. .
short weight nlunj or phosphate powders. : Sola
onlr la canst. Uoral Making 1'omler ci m
Continental Clothing House
OKRAND OPENING SALE OF '
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS.
In , every department of our store will now be found new and elegant goods made especially for the spring and summer
season , at prices extraordinarily low. Commencing this week , close buyers will find it to their advantage to watch ,
the list of attractive bargains which we shall offer and which will be announced in the daily -papers each week.
Read the List of Unprecedented Bargains for This Week.
The Slater Woolen Company is now
nnd hns boon for 8 ( ) years known as the
most celebrated makers of fine Indigo
Blue Cheviots in the United States.
Their goods ara always thoroughly re
liable , and when warranted Indigo Blue
will bo found precisely ns they are rep
resented. The most thoroughly sails-
sac to ry blue goods made in this country
to-day are made by the Slater Woolen
WE OFFER , COMMENCING THURS-
Lot No. 1 200 pure all -wool and full
Indigo Blue Slater's Cheviot Suitsnow ,
fresh goods , just made up within GO
days , in single-breasted sack suits ;
coats all made with * lap , doublo-
Btitchcd seams , made and trimmed in
the best manner , and in regular men's
sizes , from 34 to 42 , at the extraordin
arily low price of $10 per suit. Read
the price again. Think what the goods
nro that wo are offering youi Genuine
Slater Woolen Co.'s all wool full indigo
suits , heavy weight , at only 810. The
ordinary retail price is not less than $10
to $17 per suit. Price 810.00.
Lot. No. 2 Wo offer 200 Suits in
single-breasted sack coats , the very
best Sawyer Woolen Co.'s Double and
Twist Spring Suitings , new , light grey
and brown mixture' , just made up in our
very best manner , suits that wo have
sold regularly for the past 12 years , and
in no instance have' they over been
shown on our counters at less than $18
per suit. For our present season's open
ing and until this lot is closed , wo shall
ofTor them at the UNAPPROACH
ABLE PRICE OF $12 PER SUIT. The
old and long ostablifhed Sawyer Woolen
Co. , of Dover , N. H. needs no word of
commendation from us. Wo unhesita
tingly pronounce this company the best
manufacturers of fine all wool suitings
in Now England. No shoddy , flocks or
cotton is over used in 'any of their
fabrics. Send for samples of the cloth ,
or a sample suit , and if you wish to ex
amine and prove the value of the suits
as they are represented in this adver
tise. Price $12.00.
Lot No. 8. Wo offer 100 of the well
known Velour cloth finish Sawyer Wool
en < 3o's Suits , in very dark Oxford Mix
tures , n small , neat check pattern , ono
of the most popular styles that the mill
has over made , suitable for cither bus
iness or dress purposes. Single breast
ed sacks , regular sizes in fall weight at
the same extraordinarily low price of
$12 per suit. REMEMBER these are
all now suits made in the present stylOj
within the past 60 days , and wo guar
antee that the ordinary retail price
usually asked for these suits is $18. Sam
ple suits will bo sent , and they may bo
returned at our expense , if , upon exam
ination , they do not bear out all the
statements made in regard to their value
Lot. No. 4. Wo offer 250 spring over
coats ; made of u pure worsted in a light
grey color , with silk facings and trim
med equal to any $16 overcoat in our
stock. Now goods just made up in our
own workroom , and cut with as much
care as any overcoat in our stock. The
extraordinarily low price of this over
coat in regular sizes from 34 to 42 is $1'0.
Wo do not hesitate to recommend this
ns ONE OF THE BEST VALUES over
offered by the Continental. If not con
sidered to bo just as represented in this
advertisement , every garment purchas
ed may bo returned and money refund
ed. Price $10.
Lot No. C. Wo offer 160 All Wool
Spring Overcoats , made from the cele
brated PUTNAM ALL WOOL TWILL-
COATINGS , made by the famous PUT
NAM WOOLEN CO. , of Putnam ,
Conn. , a mill that is pro-omlnont nnd
famous for its thoroughly honest , all
wool fabrics , certainly the most popular
goods manufactured. Our prices on
them in regular sizes from 34 to 42 , will
bo $7. They arc all now goods , made
up within the past CO days , in the very
latest styles , and wo state an undisput
ed fact when wo say that up to the pres
ent time $12 is the lowest retail price
that is quoted for those overcoats. There
are of a very handsome brown mixture.
Send in your orders atonco. REMEM
BER the price is 37 , and the same priv
ilege is granted on this lot as on lot 4 ,
if not satisfactory they can ho returned.
Lot No. 0. Wo ask SPECIAL ATTEN
TION to this lot of Young Men's Over
Proprietor Omaha Business College ,
IN WHICH 13 TAUGHT
Boole-Keeping , Penmanship ,
Commercial Law , Shorthand , TelograpMnQ
Send for College Journal.
S E. Cor 10th and Capitol Avcnuo
E.T.Allen , M. D. ,
Homoeopathic Specialist ,
I AND NOSE ,
Spectacles Accurately Prescribed.
BAMOE BL'K. ,
W. J. OALISRAITn.
Surgeon and Physician ,
Office N , W Corner 14th and Douglas St. Office
telephone , 405 ; Hesldeuco telephone , KB.
2E > ,029,85O
Tanslll's ' Punch Cigars
were shipped during the mat
two J'oars , without n. drum-
jnerfnourcmploj } NootJjor
house in the world can truth-
juiiy make such a showing.
Ono nsont ( dealer ouly )
wan to4iu each town.
SOLD BY UAOINQ DRUCCI8T8.
Vose & Sons-
Instruments exchanged , rented .and cold on
Zasj Pajments , below
Instruments clightty used at
Max Meyer & Bro
Omaha , Neb.
Omaha Seed House.
IltadquuHer'sforl.andreth'a Celebrated Seed * .
1'jantJ. Cut ( J'-lowera and floral design ] , gend
\f , H , L'OSTISR Si SON , Proprlctora
Ifi2 CfUjitol AYfinuo
ITio BEBT and SSOST POPUTiAII
Scwlnar Thread of Modern Times.
BEWAHE OF 3TCTOTAMONS.
Kii.PATiiiCK-Kocn Dry Goods Co.
PAXTON , 0 AW.AQ AEU & Co.
1 > . M. STKKI.K 'V Co.
VlIOUI'RON.IlEl.DEN Si CO.
CIIAH. BiNaF.ii. South Omaha , and all fir *
class retail dealers.
A. Loaiu New York Dry Goods Store.
Percherons , Clydesdales and Phlre , nlo home
animal Kunrantoed a breeder
brrd coltB , Kvery * * F-i" ' * * - .jn * iiuB
Our stork 1ms been selected with reference-to
both Individual merit and pedigree. Soninof
these horses have taken Hrut prize at the Ne-
bni ska State J'elr. 1887. All our horses tro acclimated -
climated , and colts of their got can bo shown.
Prices reasonable and easy terms. Js acceRHlbln
by the three leading railroads of the state , I ) , &
M. : ! ' . . E. & M. V. . and K. 0. & 0. , .
' * ' ! ' . FAHHIIAir , York , Neb
JUQICIQUS AND PERSISTENT
Advertising hns almtys vovon
successful. Ucforo placing any
Newspaper Advertising consul
LORD &THOR/IAS / ,
iUTEIlTlblMJ JbKMS ,
U U < Uu < li > l > Blrut. CHICAGO.
JFINE5 OUT AND F lVUGr
Incomparably the Bant.
coats , cut only from 33 to 88 sizes. Made
f n fine diagonal twill inllghtbrowu
tan color , with hnmlsomo silk facings ,
drossy and just right for the present
season. Placed on our counters this
week at $12.
Lot No. 7. Wo offer 250 Boys' Strict
ly GREY MIXED CASSIMERE SUITS
n small neat basket pattern , medium
color , neither very light nor very dark
in sizes for boys 4 to 12 years old. ' Wo
manufactured these goods in Feb. of the
present year nnd have sold hundreds it
them nnd the average price has boon
$0 n suit. During the present week or
until they are closed , wo shall offer
them for $3.60 a suit. READ THE
PRICE ONCE MORE , $3.60 and romom.
bor they nro strictly all wool , no cotton
or shoddy in them. Only 83.60. Every
suit is worth $0 to-day.
Lot No. 8-150 BOYS' PLAIN-
BLOUSE SUITS , strictly all wool , made
from n medium color Cheviot , ono of
the best suits in our stock at any price ,
Mid n beautiful color for spring tituj
summer for boys 6 to 12 years , only $3 a
suit. Every suit is worth $5.
Lot No. 0 Wo offer the balance of
several lots of dark mixed cassimoro
suits , somewhat broken in sizes. Suits
that have sold for $3760 and 84. They
are in heavy weights and will bo closed
out at the REMARKABLY LOW
PRICE F $2.
Self Measurement Blanks sent on application. Mail and Express Orders promptly attended to.
OMAHA BOSTON Freeland , Loomis & Ccx
NEW YORK * _
DES MOINES Proprietors :
Corner Fifteenth and Douglas Streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER ,
ffl PAST OF II
-BY CAIUUUtt FOR-
20 Cents a Week.
Seven papers aveet. . Send your order to the
1029 P Street , Capital Hotel Building
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WILL POSITIVELY CURE
r All syphilitic Dlieasas , of recent or IODI itanalne.tn
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we would i 7 to thoie wno nava employed the moil
Bkllled I'hjitclnni , nied every known rcmrdr ani
have not been cured , tbat you are tba eubjecti w arii
looklnK for. You tbat bave been to tbe celebrated
llot BprlDm ot Arkansas , and bare loil all cop * o :
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erroake no charge. Our remedy Is unknown to any
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tbeonljrrcmedr in tbe world Ibat will < mre you. W
will cure tbe moil obstinate cue In leu tban one
tnontu. Beven days In recent cases does tbf work. U
li the old , cbronlo , deep-seated caiei tbat wo lollclt.
\Ve bare cured Hundreds who bad been abandontd
bj I'bjilclani and pronounced Incurable , and
We Challenge tha World
that we will not cure In le than
Elnco tb blitorr of medicine , a True flpeclno for
6jphimichBruptloni , Ulc r > , bore moutb , do. , bai
E n sou I lor but nerer ( ound until
Our Magic Remedy
irii dlicorered , and we are justified IB sarlnx It Is the
pnljr remedy In tbe world [ bat will poaftltelr car * ,
becauiatb * lat t medical works , publlibed or th *
tcit known autborltlM , say there was nev r a true
before. Our Ilemcdr Is tbo only medicine In
a world tbat will cure w'bin eToryimnir elie ba <
( ailed , ItbMbten oconcodedbr large numt r of
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TO CUBE. Wby wsit * your time and money with
> attnt mediclnei tbat nerer bad virtue , or doctor
wltb pbytlclani tbat cannot cur * yon. Too tbat bar *
tried everything ell * ibould come touinow and gat
permanent relied you nertr can let Iteliewber * .
Mark wbat we sayi In tbe end you mu t lake our
llMnedr or NKYEH recover. And you [ hit haTQ keen
atniclod but a ibort tltae ibould by all means com * to
i DOW , uany get help and tblok tbaya r * fr * < from
Ibe illttai * . but tn on * , two or three years after , U
appear * aglla to a nor * borrtble form.
inriillgale our financial standing tbronib the mer
cantile ajencln and. note that we ar * fully reiponil *
ble and our written anaranleci are good. We bar *
ItzuEDr pr par4 on purely Scientific f ilnclplet and
We wLib tom-eat thallt NEVKU VAILS TO cuua. AU
letterv sacredly conudentlal.
TUB COOK KEMEDY CO. , Omaha. Neb.
jUctas 1C and IT lUUinao Block.
WEAK , UNDEVELOPED PARTS
SUFFERERS r M KERVDUSfiESS
result of e cr-Work. ludUcntlon. ttc. . addreu alxna.
O EV3 A H A
MEDICAL i SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & . Dodge Sts.
! JQ S ,
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRU13ES ,
Best facilities , apparatus and remedies far sue.
cessful treatment of every forth of alieue requir
ing Medical or Surgical Treatment.
.FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Cgjrd and attendance ; best hospital accoratuo-
dttluus in the nest.
WklTB FOR CIRCULARS on Deformities anJ
Braces , Trusses , Club Feet , Curvature of tin
Spirit , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , Catarrh , Bronchitis ,
Inhalation. Electricity , Paralysis , Klillepsy , Kid
ney , Bladder , Bye , fiar , Skin and Illood , and all
Dlooaeeo of Woman a SpoolsI'y.
BOOR ON Dismcas or WOXBH Knsi.
ONL7 RELIABLE MBDIOAL INSTITUTE
MAKING JL BFJECULTT OF
All Blood Diseases successfully treated. Syph
ilitic Poison removed from the system without
mercury , New restorative treatment for loss ol
Vital Power. Persons unable to visit u > may be
treated nt home by correspondence. All coiniuu.
nlc tlous confidential. McrtlcinesorInstruments
sent by mall or express , securely packed , no
marks to indicate contents or sender. One per
sonal Interview preferred. Call and Consult Ub or
s ua history of your case , and we will cend in
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Nervous Diseases , lui-
' Varicocelc , with
Anrgical Institute , or
Cor. 13th and Dodos SU. . OMAHA , NEB.
t2111 ! buy n genuine
Homespun All Wool Buit ,
sizes from 31 to 44 , cut-away
or sack coat , In light grey
color , that is really north 120.
The suit Is \ \ emade \ and
Wo make this otter to in.
tioduco ourfcclves to the trade
and In the future you will
find our house the bargain
center , Bend your measure
around breast under the
arms , and around the waltt ,
and down the inside seam of
the pants , and wo \ \ ill tit you.
You can send money with older , or vol , \ \
send CO. D. by express.
Inferences : ] " ) rst National llnnlc , Omaha. ,
or any liist-clate house in Omaha.
Mention the Omaha Bee.
. . TOT Hill out and return wltu Me , c U or lan > P ,
\J upon recall ) ! ul wliltli we Hill turn ) , prepaid , to i
nr < ldre . One Oue I > oJI r packBgo "Jxiudoa I
Urunulei , " tue cicatett UluoJ unJ kprlog ratd I
cine OB firtti. ( food until April M. Iudou U dl-- [
1 - - .J . * rf V&n ii I'll V Kl / % . * I
Itemarkable for pgw.erf nl nyrripa-
plliyble nctlqu and ab-
fcoluto durability , i years' record ,
the best Kimrantcc ot the
GLUCK & WILKINSON.
we ccTOluirreeoran q
your ( I ftsthtbeu rm t3i }
known to ui la Gonorihni
Wehxe told coMlJir *
Ible , India fry cut U
Cold by D
STEEL PENS :
COLQ MEDAL rARlS EXPOSITION IfJB.
THE MOST PEEFECT OP PENB ,
. B. DEPOSITORY , OHAUA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital , - $2BOOOO
Surplus , - - - 60,00 $
H. W. YATKS. President.
LKWIB 8. HUED , Vlco-Presldent.
A. K. TOUZAI.IN. 2nd Vice-President.
W. II. 8. IIunfits. Catflileft
DIIILCIOKH : ,
w.V MOUSE , JOHNS.COLLINS ,
II. W YATKS LKWIB S. HEED.
A. K , TOUZ/.LIN ,
" " "
"frErlRON ? BANK.
Cor. 12th and Parnnm Sts.
A General llmiklut' nualiieBsTransacted.
THE CAPITOL HOTEI
LmCOIiKT. , KTEB.
Tin txtit known and molt popular Hotel In lha
itkt * . location central , appointments llrit cl i /
lletdquartcri tor commercial uiou and all polllloil
E.f 11OGUKN I'roprlet
* ! PM WCAM Biff"RS'uT'i-lnrfrom th.ef1 .
B HI WCAIV PMBaMretti oryouthful er
H y HiCIBruri.ttrly < fi y. 0.1
limiiliood , ttc. 1 vrllT wiui * alukbl. lrp lla itw > a
'pROF. Fi'o'FOWLER ' ! , Moodu , Oonn.J
ELGUTTER'S ' Maraeth Clothing House
Best Scotch Cheviot Suits , $12.50.
Best Blue Middlesex Suits , $9.00.
3,000 Pr. fine Pants at $4.
Mammoth Clothing House ,
ELGUTTEB Cor , Farnam & lOili
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