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8 . . TIES OMAHA. DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , MAY 2 , 18 8.
The Internal revenue collcctiona yes-
torilay amounted to $3,088.01) ) .
Robert J. Wright has sold to ThomnB
Parker his interest In the United Status
filoam laundry at 1U01 Caes street.
Walsh , the short-stop of the Oinahos ,
loft last night with the Minneapolis
team , the manager of which having
Bought his rclcubo from the Omalm
Joe Williams , the fellow charged with
talcing improper liberties with Cllttlo
girls , was given a pretty thorough ex
amination in the police court yesterday
afternoon. His trial was by jury and
resulted in an acquittal.
Edward Larkin yesterday disposed to
Henry W. Curtis , of Saundcrs county ,
Nebraska , in consideration of $60,000 ,
lots ono and two in John I. Rollick's
addition , located at the corner of Jack-
eon and Thirtieth streets. The land is
improved with n row of brick dwell
0. P. Hamilton , of Sallna , Knn. , is at Uio
W. II. Webster , of Central City , is at the
C. T. Brown , of Lincoln , is registered at
Morris Ehlrlch , of DCS Motncs , Is in too
city , and Is registered at the Pnxton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooodmmi , of Now York , who
ore vlsitinp Mr. nml Mrs. L. Lovl , have clo
dded tomnko Oinnhn tholr future homo.
W. II. Cungor , the politician of Loup City ,
lias been In Omaha for two days past. Ho
has a long scalping Unifo for Dorscy , and
Baj'8 the chances for Tom Dorncll in the
Third district , while not as good as ho would
like to sco them , uro bettor than most people
imagine. Ho figures that Mclkoljolm will
have some strength , and the result Is far
from being decided. Mr. Cangor Informed a
Dee man that his ono time cherished desire
to go to congress haa fallen from him and
that ho proposed 16 abandon politics.
A Pick Up For Some One.
Q. W. Loomls and others yesterday filed a
deed In the ofllco of the register of deeds In
favor of G. N. Hicks to lots U , 5 , 0 , 7 , 8 and 9
in block 14 , West Lawn , to bo held by him In
trust and deeded out in turn to manufactur-
. crs who will ngrca to build and operate on
the land. Hero Is a chance for sotne enter
AruoiiK tlio nullclcrs.
The contractors about the city are begin
ning to feel more cheerful over the building
outlook , and the Indications are that within
the next two weeks there will bo enough
brick masons and laborers arrive In the city
to meet the demands of those having build
ings planned and In the course of construc
tion. Norcross Brothers , who n week ago
only had five men at work on the New York
LIfo building , have twenty-one and
they claim that they have a largo force of
men on the way hero from the cast , from
about Boston and Sprlnglleld , and that it Is
only a question of a few days when their
building will bo alive with men. Four non
union men arrived from DCS Molncs , la. ,
yesterday and are [ now at work for Con
tractor Hamshcr on n building on Twelfth
street , between Dodge street and Capitol
avenue. The contractors are receiving nn-
pllcatlons from men from Kansas City and
Chicago every day who want work , and will
come to this city as soon as they are sent for.
A Quick Capture. .
When the cleric at the City hotel was on
the second floor of that hostlcry about 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon lie saw a suspicious
looking stranger trying the lock of ono of the
apartments. As soon ns the stranger saw
the clerk ho Immediately stopped operations -
orations , and the clerk , an ignorant
German , Instead of investigating
matters passed down stairs. A few minutes
later ho again went up stairs , and happening
to pass the same door , ho found it hud been
forced open. On going into the room ho
found that a satchel had been broken open
and clothes to the vuliio of $ oO
were taKen. It was then about 2 o'clock ,
and Detectives Ormsby and Dcmpsoy wcro
called in and the matter placed in their
hands. The two started out on the trail of
the thief , and inside of thirty minutes they
found him in a saloon near the B. & M. depot
\vith the stolen goods In his possession. At
the police station ho gave the name of John
Working for the Conference.
Rev. T. C. Clendennlng prosidcdrat the
meeting of members of the Methodist
churches of this city and their friends hold
in the M. E. church to take steps
toward securing , if possible , the national
conference of that church to bo held in 1S92.
Hon. John M. Thurston addressed the meet
ing on the advantages of Omaha for hold
ing the conference. H. C. Patterson offered to
head a subscription for the work with § 1,000
and said ho would give more if necessary.
Kov. C. W. Savidgo and Kov. John D.Uo
were delegated to attend the conference now
being hold in Now York and labor In the in
terest of Omaha as the placa for the 1SU2
conference. Before the meeting adjourned
the following resolutions were adopted :
Whereas , The conferences of Nebraska
will Invite the general conference to desig
nate Omaha as the scat of thogencral confer
ence of 160'J , and
Whereas , The presiding ciders of the Iowa
conference have designated this city as their
eccond choice , and
Whereas , Other great churches Have hon
ored our city by holding hero their chief as
semblies , thus demonstrating our ability and
disposition to care lor such representative
bodies , and
Whereas , Wo belief that a session of our
general conference in this city would bo of In
calculable benefit , not only to our local Meth
odism but to our whole western Hold , and
Whereas , The general conference has
never hold a session nearer to this point than
Chicago , COO miles cast of us ; therefore bo It
Hi-solved , Wo dd most heartily second this
invitation of ono fonfercneo to the general
conference , praying that this city may bo
selected for the session of lbl'2. '
Kesolvcd , That wo promise , to secure n suit
able pluco for the conference session free of
Jlosolvcd , That wo request all the delegates
from Nebraska to specially interest them
selves In this matter , giving tlio conference
to understand the importance of our lluld , the
ability of our city , the earnestness of our re
quest , and the nature of our promise.
A Card From Mr. Coots ,
My attention has been called to an article
in Monday evening's World , in which it is
nssoitccl that the bricklayers' strike could
have boon avoided if Mr. Uosowatcr had
shown his sympathy with the demands of tlio
. bricklayers by arranging with mo and agree
ing to pay mo the trilling difference In wages
in dispute as an inducement to employ union
men. "Jf this had been dORe"says ( Mr. Hitch
cock , "wo would now not have a bricklayers'
Btrllto ia Omaha , us the HUB block 1ms always -
ways been the icoy to the situation , and Mr.
Coots the commanding spirit of the con
Now , I can readily understand why
the lieu building Is icgardcd by rivals of
Mr , Uoscwator ns the hey to the
situation , and \vtiy the agitation about
that particular building Is kriitup. Had my
name not been drazgca Into this bitter news
paper light I should Imvo nothing to say. Hut
1 fcol compelled now , in self-defense , to con
tradict thcso misleading statements. In the
Jlrbt place it Is not true that I am the com-
mauding spirit of the Contr.ictors. " associa
tion , which has declined to concerto tlio ar
bitrary and unrc.isonubla demands of the
union bricklaycis. Tlio Contractors' associa
tion was formed some weeks before I bccamo
a member of it. and efforts to compromise
With the Bricklayers' union had failed. Tlio
association have elected mo their president ,
but I have no more voice in Its decisions than
any other member. Our association has done
nothing , however , that needs any conceal
ment or requires apology. We are not
lighting any union , but cannot and will not
concede to unreasonable dictation.
Second My contract with The Unc Pub-
mliing company was made in September. It
ends with tlio top of the cranlto story on second
end floor , My work under that contract Is
nrvrly two-thirds llnlshcil now , I expect to
flo other Work iu Omaha this sea&cu. Does
It stand to reason that I could bo Induced to
abandon the Contractors' association and
give In to the demand for M.50 n day for
eight h6urs work If Mr. Hosowatcr should
offer to pay mo the difference in the one
hour's extras. Suppose 1 had employed union
bricklayers on the Bun building in place of
the seventeen non-union men now at work.
Would that stttlc the trouble so long as over
ono hundred non-union bricklayers arc em
ployed by other builders. Isn't It absurd
for anybody to make such wild assertions ?
The truth Is our association docs not consider
the rcfuinl of the union bricklayers to ac
cept M.50 per day for nine hours work
as a strike. Their action has not been ap
proved by the International Bricklayers'
union , who have had this controversy under
Might here let mo ask how it is that
the Bricklayers' union has for its presi
dent in the midst of a pretended strike a man
who Is icgularly omploycd and draws a sal
ary as deputy Jullor of this county I Helms
not been an active bricklayer since lust year ,
and therefore has no pecuniary interest in
common with the men now out of employ.
How comes it that union bricklayers who
refused to work for us nine hours a day are
scabbing In St. Joe and xvorklng ten hours a
day ? When men who will not ac
cept W.M ) for nine hours' work
and call it starvation wages , have
no pity on the poor tenders who have fami
lies to support on 3 a day , and Insist that
thcso common laborers shall bo Idle until
they give then ! permission to work , it seems
to mo Idle for them to expect sympathy from
their fellow craftsmen or the public. In con
clusion lot mo say that in my humble opinion
the union bricklayers would have long since
gone to work at the liberal scale fixed by the
contractors If they had not boon foolishly en
couraged by the newspapers that have per
sonal motives and personal spite to gratify.
In all this controversy 1 fall to sco any good
reason advanced by miybody , Including the
Bricklayers , union , why tboy are Justified In
demanding moro wages in Omaha this year
than were satisfactory last year and
arc now paid at Lincoln , St. Joseph , Kansas
City and Chicago. As a contractor , It Is not
material to mo what the wages nro In Omnhn ,
except that capitalists will not invest in
buildings In Omaha if they have to pay more
for labor than they do in other leading west
ern cities. JOHN F. COOTS.
Tlio Ivy Iieaf Club.
The above organization , on account of
the uncertain state of the weather , wish
to announce the postponement of thnir
May party , dated for this evening , to
Monday , May 7 , when they will bo
happy to moot all their friends holding
invitations. By order of commtUco.
CHEATED A HOT DEBATE.
Tlio Council Found Lots to Talk About
At the regular council meeting held lost
night an ordinance was read the first and
second time creating an election to afford the
cable tramway certain benefits , and n resolu-
by Councilman Lowry rescinding the report
of the special committee from the council In
relation to the police and fire commissioners
was referred , after a hot debate , to the
special committee on appropriations and the
mayor. Objection was taken to paying two
deputies to the city treasurer at the rate
of $150 per month , and the appropriation to
them was cut down to $1S5 each , the city at
torney at the same time being directed to
notify the council if it was lawful for tlio
city to pay moi o than one deputy for the
treasurer. Several vetoes from the mayor
wcro sustained , and the appropriation ordin
ance for the payment of liabilities incurred
during the month of April was passed.
The finest pictures in the world are
in Lone Jack cigarettes.
A BOLD JOB.
A flcstniirnntour's Thrilling Exper
ience With Robbers.
While II. E. Barber , proprietor of a res
taurant at 220 South Sixteenth street , was
counting his cash preparatory to closing up
Saturday evening , three men entered his
place and ordered a lunch. Barber shoved
Ills money in the drawer , and stepping from
behind the counter began to arrange scats
for his customers , when suddenly ono of
them seized him by tlio throat , and com
manding him to remain quiet on the nenalty
of his life , ho backed him up against the wall
end held him there. In the mean time the
man's two pals went behind the
counter , emptied the money drawer ,
helped themselves to cigars , and
came in front acain. Then Barber's
assailant told him to remain where lie was
or ho would shoot him , and the three bold
thiovcs toolc their departure. The rcstau-
rantcur was so badly frightened that ho did
not attempt to give the alarm until the rob
bers had had plenty of time to escape. Then
ho rang up the police , but on their arrival
was unable to pivo any description of bis
dcsparato assailants , and consequently no
arrests have been made. Barber lost Jb5.50
in bills , gold and silver.
Smolco Lone Jack cigarettes , pure to
bacco , no opium , holders and fancy
A REGUIjAIl SURPRISE PAUTX.
The Hon. Patrick Fortl Arrcsto.-l For
Immediately after the adjournment of the
democratic convention Monday afternoon
Councilman Ford and Charles Fanning , the
contractor for street sweeping , were sur
prised to find themselves under arrest on the
charge of disturbing the pcaco by lighting.
It appears that about 1U o'clock of the night
before , Ford , Fanning and Frank Hnnlou
wcro standing near the entrance to Higgins'
wmo rooms talking to the proprietor. A
coupe drove up in which wcro two couples.
The driver asked the four gentlemen to stand
to ono side while the party went up stairs.
All complied except Hanlon , who refused to
do so , and a fight resulted between him and
ono of the occupants of the carriage. The
gentleman assaulted claims that ho was
struck not only by Hanlon , but also by Ford
and Fanning. Hanlon is still at largo. Ford
and Fanning will bo tried at 1010 : ! to-day
Yesterday Dr. Hamacclottl , another of
the party was ariosted on the same clmrgo
and will have a hearing in the morn
ing along with Ford and Fanning.
Lone Jack cigarettes are pure , a
holder for each cignrotto , no opium.
Additional Arrangement * ! IMndo nt
fj.-ist Night's Meeting ,
The executive and finance committees
having in charge the arrangements for the
observance of Memorial day , met at the Millard -
lard last night , with Colonel Chase in the
chair. Notice was received that all the posts
of the grand army of the city had signified
their intention of taking part in the exer
cises with the exception of Post Ko. ' . * , ? nd
the secretary was directed to invlto the com
rades thereof to take part. The following
additional committees were appointed :
Tiansportation , Comrade Clementsj orators ,
Comrade HtUhlmrn ; ire and water , Comrade
Durbin ; music , ComradoBurmcistcr ; states ,
( lowers and public schools , Comrade Audi-
mocdy , and Messrs. Muun and Gideon , of
Sons of Veterans.
H. E. G. Battles , of Fort Omaha , was
asked to have the junior sons of veterans in
line , and Comrade Gideon was Instructed to
look after badges.
Another meeting will behold at the same
place next Monday nleht , and In the mean
time citizens are warned not to contribute
funds for the occasion to any except the
authorised llminco committee , it having come
to the knowledge of the meeting last night
that Impostcrs uro already circulating peti
tions for finances. The regular committee
will bo armed with printed lists , regularly
signed and audited. The committee- will
meet ogam next Monday night to further
perfect their arrangements.
Seldenbfirg's Figaro , the talk of the
to\vn , n JOc cigar for 6e. Max Meyer &
Co. , wholesale dopot.
I have opened my Woodruff gi'anlto
quarries and can fill ult orders of utmost
any dimensions. Rock can bo scon ut
sUmo yards of Wm. Tyler , Lincoln ,
Neb. Tugs P , JUCE.
Special Sale of Riverside Worsted Suits , Price $12.
Special Sale of Sawyer Woolen Go's. Cassimere Suits , Price $12.
Special Sale of Dolan Cassimere Suits , Price $8 ,
Every' Visitor to Omaha Talks About the Continental Clothing Hoiisd
The sale of the Sawyer Woolen Co.'a
fine Casslmcro Suits , which is contin
ued this week has boon unprecedented
but of cqunl importance , however , and
of oven greater interest in our great
sale of fine worsted dress Suits , cloth
made by the RIVERSIDE MILLS , in
medium weight fabric , suitable for wear
nil the year round. Wo offer this week
200 of these fine Worsted Dross Suits
which for dress purposes are strictly cor
rect in every respect , nml the most popu
lar nnd durublo goods sold in this coun
RIVERSIDE WORSTED SUITS ,
LOT NO. 1. Wo offer 200 of thonbovo
named goods made by the RIVERSIDE
MILLS CO. , made up in n 4 button
cut-n-way Frock suit , and in the most
thorough manner , suitable for dress
suits. They are goods which wo have
sold regularly for 818 , but wo offer thorn
this week to close nt the extremely low
price of $12 per suit. The color is plnin
black , edges bound , nnd every suit would
bo worth in the rcgulnr way $18 ; ns the
lot is not largo they will bo closed this
week. Send in your order at once if
you want one.
wil1 send Packa&es containing suits of clothing , furnishing goods , cloths and woolens of all kinds kop
jn our establishment , to any address in Nebraska , Iowa , Kansas , Dakota , Colorado , or Wyoming , 0. O. D
giving buyers the privilege of examining goods before paying for them. By this arrangement people living in distant towns can obtain every advantage 6
seeing any article of merchandise in our stock at their own towns , examining the same before paying for them , and if not perfectly satisfactory , returning
goods to us at our expense. Money for all amounts exceeding $10 may be returned at our expense.
TRY THIS ARRANGEMENT. Forbears we have sent goods all over the United States in this manner by express with the most satisfactory
results. You take no risks. Examine the goods , > and return them at our expense if they do not please you.
OMAHA BOSTON Freeland , Loomis & Co.
NEW YORK _ . ,
DES MOINES Proprietors. '
Corner Fifteenth , and Douglas Streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE WEST OF THE
Call Tor the Republican County Con
vention to bellclil May 5 , 1888.
The republican voters of Douglas county nro
hereby requested to elect delegates to a county
convention , to bu held 111 the Exposition build
ing. Omaha , on the fith day of Way , 1888 , at 3
o'clock p. in. The primaries to elect said dele
gates HI bo held In cacti precinct In this coun
ty , under the rules and regulations of the county
central committee , on the 3d day of May , IBfaS.
In each of the nine wards of the city of Omaha
andlnthepiechictof South Omalm the polls
shall bo open on said day from 1" o'clock ( noon )
until 7 o'clock p.m. ; In the precincts outside the
city of Omaha and South Omaha precinct be
tween the houis of 0 and U p. in. , on said day ,
the said piimary elections to bo held nt the
polling places hereinafter provided. In snlrt
county convention the precinct of South
Omaha and c.ich ward In the city of Omaha
shall be entitled to eight delegates. All other
precincts In the county Khali bo entitled to three
delegates each. Said delegates , or their legiti
mate representatives shall meet In convention
ns afort-huld for the purpose of electing thirty-
seven delegates to the Htato convention , vthkh
meets in the city of Omaha on the 15th day of
May , for the purpose of electing delegates to the
national jeptiblfcan convention ; al o for the
purpo e of electing thirty-seven delegates to
the district convention which meets at Ashland
on the Hith day of May , 1H88.
No person shall be allowed to vote nttho prim
aries unless ho Is a republican , and If challenged
will have to prove his republicanism to tne satis
faction of the judges.
The primaries will bo held In the various
wnrds iuul precincts at the following polling
Klrst Ward IJarber shop , southwest corner
Tenth and Jones.
Second Ward Northeast corner Sixteenth
Third Ward Store room near Tenth and Dav
Fourth Ward Thompson's bulldlng.Slxtconth
Fifth Ward Engine house , Sixteenth nnd
Sixth Ward IJarber shop , Twenty-seventh
Seventh Ward School house , Twenty-ninth
Klghth Ward No , S01S Ruining street.
Ninth Want Charles Johnson's htore , Twen
ty-ninth and Karnuin.
South Omaha Precinct Old first ward school
Valley rrcclnct Pchool house.
Union 1'reclnct llt'Kldence of Harry Thomas ,
Klknorn 1'reclnct Kit city hull.
Mlllnrd 1'rrclnct School house.
Waterloo I'rt'clnct Ollico of O. Johnson.
McArdlo 1'iecliict McArdlo school house ,
Jefferson I'roclnct Hebldonro of H , O.Tlmmo.
West Omaha Precinct Uosidcnco of Ucrnltt
riorcnco 1'reclnct llcsldonco of John Blmp-
Eon.Clilcafio I'reclnct-Omco of H. A. Nolle. 1,1k-
Hy order of the republican county central
committee. JOHN HUSH , Chairman.
Thlspowder never rarlei. A marreiofpurt'
ty.atrenjth and wholesomsnes * . More econo-u
leal th&ntne ordinary Xlnds , and cannot ociolp
Incpmpfltitlou the multitude of IQ.W < o i ,
Shortwelghtalumor phosphate powder * . Sol *
only ia cans. Uoval Uaklni : Powder Ci 1 ?
Walla trest Now r rfc
LOT NO. 2. Stock No.10181019 nnil
4050. Imported Whipcord Suits made
in a 4 button cut-n-way style only , in
rcgulnr sizes from 35 to 42. This suit
was mndo in our own machine room dur-
inp last sixty days , and thocutand mnko
ofthissuitis ns correct for dress pur
poses ns it is possible to have them , nnd
ns the present month is the month of all
the year when people nro thinking nbout
dress suits , wo claim that this lot of wors
ted suits is absolutely the most dcsirn-
blo that it 1ms ever been our privilege )
to olTer the public. This garment wad
mndo up to sell in our stock for $22 , but
ns ono of the leading bargains for this
week it is offered nt the ridiculously
low price of $15. Wo unhesitatingly
clnim tlmt the nvcrago retail price of
this suit is never loss thnu $22.
Of these two lots , which nro smnll ,
pnrticulnrly lot No. 2 , which was ndvor-
tised ns lot No. 1 , in our ndvortisement
of last week , wo can send no samples o ?
cither lot , but ns long ns they last. Sam
ple suits will bo sent by express G. O. D.
with the privilege of examination. Bo
sure in ordering to mention the date of
the advertisement , ns the lot numbers in
our different ndvertisercents represent
different goods. In ordering mention
the No. of the lot and the date of the
Vose < & Sons
Instruments exchanged , rented and cold on
Easy Payments , below
Instruments slightly used at
Max Meyer , ,
Omaha , Neb.
digested ; of the flncit flnvnr. A hearty
boveruK" tor n strong nppctlto ; n delicate drlnfc
fortlieHonsltlvo , ThoroiiRhly tested ; nutrition : ) :
palatable ; unexcelled in purity ; no unpleasant
uftorcllocts. Requires no boiling : .
Marlon Hnrland , Christine Terhuno JIcrHck ,
Icnn A. It. Thoinns , M. I ) . , pronounce It the be.st
of ull tlio pow edered , chocolates. NootieremmU |
It iu llayor , purity nnd ANTi-nvsrEi'TJO qualities ,
Sold by Qroctrt. Sample mailed fur 10 itainps.
II. O. W I MI Ult Jk SONS ,
Are the Best ,
IN TIIK KSSIJNTJATj QUAJ.iTIKH OF
Durability , Evenness of
Point , and Workmanship.
mm , BUKEMIH & co , ,
Omaha Seed House.
Headnuartirs for I.andrcth's Celebrated Seeds ,
I'lants. Out Flowers and Floral designs. Bend
W. II. FOSTER & SON , Proprietors
10U2 Ctuiitol Avenue.
l itYliaianilM > Dho < Minnloied. fit.
toftUre I eellr ftrd Kubrtlontl dfior.
AMr"fc ltrieat ( lMl ( o < fu ! ' "idlclkti ,
STRoNG miw : . " .rkI'l. , , ,
Continuation of tlio Sale of the Sawyer
Woolen Co's ' Fabrics ,
There nro only two colorings loft on
thcso celebrated suitings , and wo offer
them until they nro entirely closed out
nt the same unapproachable low price of
812 per suit. No moro desirable mater
ial can booffcrcd for n busincsssuit than
thcso goods nro , bolng purely nil wool
fabrics , and goods that have stood the
test for years.
LOT NO. 3. In this lot wo have
nbout 100 suits left in Single Hrenstcil
Sack Coats , in sizes 35 to 44. The very
best Sawyer "Woolon Co.'s Double mul
brown mixture , just made up in our very
best manner , nml never during the
twelve years tlmt wo Imvo been soiling
this'suit has it been placed on out * coun
ters ut less than $18.
The celebrated Sawyer Woolen Co. ,
of Dover , N. H. , needs no commendation
from us , but wo unhesitatingly pronounce -
nounco them the best manufacturers of
fine all Wool Suitings in Now England.
No shoddy flocks or cotton used in any
of their fabrics. Do not forget the price
LOT NO. 4. Wo offer 100 of the well
known Vclour Cloth Finish Sawyer
Woolen Co.'s Suits in a very dark Ox
ford Mixture , a small neat chcclt pat
tern , ono of the most popular styles the
mill has over made , suitable for cither
dress or business purposes. Single
Breasted Sacks , regular sizes in Spring
weight , ut the same extremely low price
"Tho Overland Itoutc. "
The Sportsmen's , Tourists' and Pleasure
Send for the Neat Little Sketch Book.
highly interesting and useful to Sportsmen.
It contains the American rules for trapping
and shooting adopted by the National Gun
Association ; as well as the revised game
laws of the Western States and Territories.
Copies sent free upon application to
J. H. TKBBKTS.
(5en'll' . &T. Agt. .
Omaha , Neb.
NOW'S THE TIME
To have your friends come teX
X cxxLaas axxd. 2tf"o"lora.slra
as Enit rn lines will sell tickets and run
Semi Monthly Land Excursions
"Tlie Overland Route. "
Until July 1 , 1888. tickets sold for thcso excur
sions will bo good thirty days for the round trip
and can ue used ten days going. When purchas
ers are ready to return , these tickets will be
Kood live days for that purpose. 1 f purchasers
with to stop short of destination on our lines ,
agents will stamp tickets good to return from
J. S. TKUItKTS. 10 , T * LOMAX ,
"The Overland Itoulo. "
Has so ai ranged Us Family Sleeping Car
6eTVlcei tliat JiSrlJis can now be reserved
upon application by any ticket agent * ° M
J. Greevy , Passenger Agent , Council Bluffs
Iowa. The reservations when made are
turned over to the train conductors taking
out such cars , so that passengers can now se
cure berths ordered , the same as a Pullman
berth is reset ved and secured ,
J. H.'rnnnRTS. K. &OMAX ,
Con. I' . & T. Agent. Ass't G. I * . & T , A.
OMAHA , NKU.
aima iwuiwtti Wim ,
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NBB.
Pnld Up Capital , - $2BOOOO
Surplus , - BO.OOO
II. W. YATKS. President.
" IVIB B. ItKEn , Vico-Presldcnt.
A. K. TOUZAMN , 2nd Vlco-I'resldent.
W. H. 6. HUGHES. Cashlar.
Vi'if MOUSE , JOHNS. COLLINS ,
II. M YATES. LEWIS S. UtEi > ,
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. VJth and Farnam fits.
A General llanklui ; Business Transacted.
, Issued bj
lea. towuii and Water Companies , etc.
4aCorres ] > ondenco pnlicitrd ,
H.W. HARRIS & CO. , BANKERS ,
115-117 Monroe St. 00
Tansill's ' Punch Cigars
trero shipped during the past
two ) our > , vitbout a drum *
nitrlimurcuiplov. Nootb r
houie in the world can truth *
fully tuako sued a ghawloc-
Ono BCOUC ( dealer only )
wonteJ iu oocb town.
. SOU ) BY UAOINQ DBUCCIITJ.
W.TANSILL&C0..55 Stale St.CMcajiO.
O Rfl AH A
MEDICAL 0 SUflGIGAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & . Dodge Sta.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRU13EE.
Jlest facilities , apniratus and remedies for sue.
: cssful treatment ofevery form of disease requir
ing Medical or Surgical Treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Board nnd attendance ; best hospital accommo
dations iu the wot.
WuiTit IOR ClRCOI.ASfi on Deformities ant ?
Braces , Trusses , Club I'eet , Curvature of tin
Spine , Tiles , Tumors , Cancer. Catarrh , nror.chitis
Inhalation , Rltctricity , Paralysis , lliiilepty , Kill-
uey , liladder , Rye , Har , bUiu and Ulooa , ai'd all
DIsoaaoB of Women a Bpoolal'.y.
BOOK OK DIIEAOIS or WO M Kp.si.
ONLY RELIABLE MBDIOAL INSTITUTE
MAKING A erECIALTT OF
All nlood Diseases successfully treated. Syph
ilitic I'oison removed from ( he system without
mercury New restorative treatment for loss ul
Vitnl I'ovver. I'ersoas uuable to visit us may be
treated at home by correspondence. All commu
nications confidential , MedicineKor Instruments
sent by mail or express , securely packed , no
marks to Indicate contents or tendtr. One per-
aonal interview preferred. Call and consult us or
send history of your case , and we mil seud iu
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Dpon I'rlvnle , Special or Nervous Diseases , Ira
latency , Syphilis , Gleet and Varicocele , with
iLtitioa 1UI. Address
Omaha JUViiiru. s A Surgical Institutect
DR. rVJcV/lENArViY ,
Cor. 13lhand DodoeStl. . OOHA.NEB.
S. A D. DAMN
1142 Lawrence SI , , Denver , Col ,
Of the Mlssoml State MuMum of Anatomy , St.
Loins , Mo , , rnlvt-jBlty CoUcno Hospital , Ixiii-
don , ( ilesen. ( lermany nnd Now Vork , having
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF
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More especially these arising from linpru-
dcnco , Invlto all bosutrcrlnK to correspond with
our delay Diseases ot lutectlon and contaclou
cured safely and speedily without use of dim-
cerotiM driiKS. 1'atlents whoso cases have been
neglected , badly tii'iited or pronounced incur-
bio. ehould not fall to write u concerning their
syuiptt/nis. All letters receive Immediate atten
JUST PUBLISHED ,
And will he mailed FIU5I5 to any nddres on re
ceipt of onn ! i-cant fctamp. "Practical Ohscivu-
tlona on Nervoua Debility nnd I'hyslcal l iaus-
tlon. " tohlcliia nddcd un "lissay on Mar
riage , " with Important chapters on diseases of
the KcprodurtUe Organs , tiiauhnlo forming u
valuable medical trcatUe which should bo read
by till young inrn Address
DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON ,
1712 Liven : St. , Denver Col ,
Wo commence the pale this week of
nbout 1000 Suits of the celebrated Dolnn
Cnssimcres , in regular sized 34 to 44.
comprising four different styles ana
mixtures nt the extraordinary low price
of $8 per suit. These are strictly all
wool goods , free from shoddy , durable-
nntl right in every respect. No suit , in
this lot ever to be retailed for loss tlmn
$12 , but wo olTcr this ns nn attractive
bargain in Men's low priced business
Send for samples of thcso goodsbofora
ordering them , wo will gladly send sam
ple of cloth to any nddrcsa , or wo would
much prefer to send n sample euit , so
that the manner of making nnd trim
ming cnn bo seen. Wo would recom
mend , however , tlmt self measurement
blanks bo sent for first , so tlmt a sample
suit may bo sent fitted to the party who
has ordered , and in this way saves the
trouble of returning suit to exchange it.
Remember , there are four styles of
thcso goods. Rotneinbor , the price i
Mifcalcviteh , Flstchor It Co. , Cincinnati , 0.
tor mid by tUofnlloiTlnailPnlorii , Ulrlnirilxon Uniff
Cc. ) . , Illnko , limit ; A. I'D. , .AdltT , V Ilellei. ( lladllonJ
lliui : A. I'll. , Trunk DolUuiu \ Co , H It. ( iiottr. nml
III II ! wholemilc und retail ilriipglatii , liquor dtucr ! unu
vine mc'JTliiuilH c\crjrwlicro.
Plenty nf Ash , Maple , Oattxlpa , llox Elder.F.lin
Jllack Walnut nnd HuBtlnn Mulberiiy BecdllnRtf ,
mi hand ; suitable for pluming timber claims.
D. S. LAKE ,
fSBtrnWiSBoi C , 0. 1) ) .
With I'rhllch'O of
i\iiiiiiiiiiti : ii.
All Wool Pants ,
both light nnd dark
colors , in si/.os 30 to
112 waist and 30 to 31
Icff measure. Also
a very Inrgo line of
hotter grades of
Pan ts raiiRiiifj in
price from W./iQ / to
$ S. Our Jtn.Tfi to W
Pantii are extra oed
Mail Orders SolicilBu ,
dOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1878 ,
Warranted abiututcly pure
T'ocoa , from nlilch the riecti ot
OH liu been removed. HliaiAr < 3
ttmti the itrttiyth ot Cocoa mljtil
with Btarcli , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
aud li therefore far raoro economi
cal , coittnj lilt titan tni ctnt a
cup. It ! delicious , nourlthlpf ,
lengthening , tatlljr dlgcited , and
admirably adapted for furalldi u
well for peraotu In health ,
fcold Ljr ( iroccri tierjnhcre.
J , BAKER & CO , , Dorchester , Mass ,
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