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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1888)
8 THE OMAHA DAILY BKE : TUESDAY. MAY 15 ,
The internal revenue collections yes-
It- Icrday mnountcd to $20,707.88.
J | * Reagan & Vex commenced yesterday
p the laying of cypress blocks on 1'ark
A man named John Long was knocked
down nnd robbed of $10 down near
Boyd's packing house Sunday night.
Thcro will bo a special mooting of
Omaha Typographical union No. 11)0 ) at
their hall this ( Tuesday ) afternoon ,
May 16 , at 6 p. in. , for the transaction
of important business.
Mrs. Amanda Wood nnd Richard
Davis , the two reputed accomplices in
the Kerns' shooting nlTnlr , were ar
raigned yesterday afternoon on the
charge of nhootlng with intent to kill.
A continuance was granted them until
May 17 at 2 p. in.
Some of the Irishmen of this city Imvo
resolved to start n class of Irish in thin
town. Tlio Hov. Dr. MacDonald , of St.
Patrick's church , who is well known to
ho enthusiastic about anything Irish ,
to interest himself In the matter.
Owing to his instrumentality the class
will meet this evening for the first time
in St. Patrick's school house.
Udo Urnchvogel , the editor of the
Westlieher Courier , sued that publish
ing company yesterday for 9100. One
hundred dollars of this ho claimed was
duo him as n bonus for taking charge of
the paper , and the other $90 for &er-
viccs from March 6 to April 23. The
case was heard before Judge Wndo and
n judgment secured against the com
Yesterday Mr. Gcorgo C. .Tenner ,
financial secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
building committee received a letter
containing a $20 note and tiletter. The
latter requested that the amount bo
credited to the building fund. As the
communication was not signed , the gen
tleman named desires to thank the
K. C. Carncs , of Seward , Is nt the Pnxton.
W. A. Downing of ICcnrncy , is at tbo Pnx
J. M. Whitney of Wcstsldo , Neb. , is stop
ping at the Paxton.
Gcorgo M. IJoyd of Wichita , is in the city
ami is ut tlio Paxton ,
Unilcy P. Woggencr of Atchison , Knn. , is
registered nt the Paxton.
'Dr. ( .thick lius returned from a two weeks
trip to Chicago and other cities.
Mr. Harry Sellers , Mrs. Jntncs Brown
i Potter's agent , is at tlio Pnxton , returning
cast irom San Francisco.
Mrs. C. Angcll and' son , Arthur , have re
turned from Los Angeles. Cal. , whore they
liavo been spending tlio winter.
M. A. Mct7ges and wife , of Beatrice , arc
in the city visiting Mr. Ira Higby. Mr.
Metzges is with the Adams Express coin-
pflhy at Beatrice. Ho will attend the repub
lican convention to-ilny.
Pell From tlio Slow.
A little boy named William Moolie , living
' on West California street , fell from u hay-
Si' mow yesterday nnd broke his right arm 5u
* " two places.
She GOPH Astray.
Mrs. Mary Scharvono , who it will bo rc-
3j > , jnembcrcd had her husband arrested a month
or so ago , charging him with bigamy , nnd
l who is yet In jail awaiting trial for said
Sj ' crime , was before the police court yesterday
* morning and fined for being an inmate of a
house of prostitution.
"Hapjiy Jack" is the name of a big chief
who watches with fatherly care over the
' destinies of delegation of Iowa Indians ,
who nro hero as witnesses in the oBaradsi
4 trial , und "Happy Jack" is trying to make a
date at the ball park for a game of lacrosse
between a team composed of Winncbagos
nnd Sues. Jack promises a royal old time
when it comes off and says that ho thinks his
, Sacs and Towns can knock tlio wadding out
of the Winncbngo braves.
Address to tlio Itrotliorliood.
fer ThQ regular evening services nt Trinity
y " church woropostponcd Sunday night and the
ft ? evening hour was taken up by Mr. J. Locke ,
| r a traveling man from Chicago , who dcliv-
Qrcd nn address before the mcniDors of St.
Andrew's brotherhood. Mr. Locke touched
upon the noble work of the order umong
IS young men nnd the grand opportunity there
[ if was for woik by this body in Omaha. His
jg remarks wcio interesting and instructive
Hov. Dean Gardner delivered a few re
marks after Mr. Locke bad concluded on the
text "Why stand yo gazing up into heaven I"
Ho spoke of tlio great work there was for
Christians to do who did not stand ga/.ing up
into heaven , but worked to load men and
women to heaven. The great mission of the
brotherhood in tbo church was referred to
and the amount of woik that might be ac
Sensations anil I'ulplts.
Tlio inclination among the ministers to
preach on "Omahanftcr suu-sct"ioachcd Hov.
Mr. Copcliind's church Sunday night nnd
his subject was "Tlio Night Side of the City. "
Ho ittutcd in beginning that ho wus not talk
ing on this sabject from any visits that ho
had nuido about tlio city , but from what ho
had scon nnd road and heard on the subject.
Ho defined real nnd imaginary sins , classing
drunkenness , licentiousness and dishonesty
under the former , nnd theatre-going , danc
ing , cards nnd etc. , under tlio latter. Ho
showed tbe gradations from the latter to tlio
former nnd pictured the churches' ' und city's
failures to furnish ns nttraUlvo places for
young men to spend their leisuio time as the
cause of the crowded saloons and nouses of
vice and sin. Ho hold that while the saloons
furnished more attractions for tired men
than tlio churches and city did tlioy would
continue to bo tlio chief places of attraction
nnd sin would flourish while the churches
would bo empty ,
For Dependent Orphans.
Mrs. Nellie Patterson , of Lincoln , is la the
city engaged in collecting subscriptions nnd
hunting destitute children in the interests of
the Educational Industrial Orphans' homo at
Lincoln. Tliis school is intended to oducnto
all dependent little ones who may bo sent
there , as well as boardingnnd clothing them.
As nearly all or nt least a largo majority of
the children now at the homo nro from
Omaha it is expected that she will meet
with grout success during her visit.
Any one having any money to
donate uo matter how small the amount or
Knowing of any little ones in cluniniHtuntvs
needing help can address Mrs , Patterson , ut
the general delivery in the city post olllco or
Hov. H. lluiiiur at Lincoln. Tlio homo is
highly spoken of by all who Imvo visited it ,
ami is without doubt a tlrst-rr.to institution.
The inquest over too remains of A. G.
Jamicson was held yesterday afternoon la the
council chamber , by Coroner Urexel. The
Jury consisted of Messrs. Wcinhagcn , Slot is ,
Denis. Bonct , Merrit und Crnry. City Phy
sician nidph was the first witness. Ho testi
fied to being called to nttonil the young man
nt bt. .lobcph'b ' hospital , and told of the In
jury fo Jnntls-on's nrm , bis later contraction
of scarlet fever and linnlly , his dentil. Ho
did not constilcr him dangerously in
jured when called to attend him
Thought death wus occasioned by seal let
fever. Thcro wus no injury to the skull
from the Peab ) wound which had been found
on Janilcfcon's head. Ho could not state
whether or not the interior of the skull had
b.ccn injured , The "cuuy bone" of the
right arm was broken off about two inches
from the point of the elbow.
Dr. Gnlbriitlb testified that when he saw
Jamlcson a few davs after he received his
injury ho was suffering.from septic puratl-
lltis , or blood poison. The pooling of the
sldu from bu > hands was a symptom of s car-
lot fover. The injuries he revolved in the
struggle would not orolnarily prove futal ,
although they might with other complica
tions , such as scarlet fever.
The no t witness called to the stand was
Dr. Locu who saw Jumleson fdr the flr. t time
on tlio morning of May 4 , and has called on
Mm inthe capacity of a ybysicion p time
or two since. During these visits ho knew
that .Imnlcson hud scarlet fever. Ho wns
nlio suffering from blood poisoning ,
ns a rciiilt of the absorption
of pus from the wound Into the system. Ho
was also suffering witti tonsllltls , inflamma
tion of the bowels and congestion of the
lungs , nil Induced from the blood poison
from the fractured limb. It was thcso com
plications with scarlet fever that caused his
Officer nloom was then called. He saw
the struggle between Jamlcson nnd the
woman ho assaulted on the night of the StM ,
near Dcwey ft , Stone's ' warehouse on Tenth
street near the Union Pacific tracks. When
ho ran up to the assistance of the woman
Jamlcson fled to the west. Ho captured him
nnd brought him bick to Tenth street ,
Jamlcson was intoxicated. He had arrested
him for n similar offense two weeks before.
Jamlcson's hat fell off and when the officer
stooped to pick It up Jamlcson struck him
over the head with his cane. Jamicson then
tried to throw the Officer down , nnd suc
ceeded. Hloom attempted to get up , but
was held fast by Jnmlcson. Ho therefore
pulled out his club and struck Jnmleson over
the head. This was the onl.v time ho hit
him. lie then managed to get up , Another
struggle ensued and the Officer nnd Jnmlcson
both foil , the latter on the under side. After
falling Jamlcson gave a cry of pain , and the
officer supposes that was tlio time that Jam-
Icson's arm was broken , although ho did not
know of the fracture until he was taking him
to the patrol box. Jamicson was very abus
ive In hl < language.
All the witnesses were closely examined by
Attorney Kstclle , Coroner Drcxel nnd the
Jurymen. About 4 ; 'M the jury went out and
later with u verdict to the effect that his
death was caused by scarlet fever , compli
cated with the effects of Injuries received in
the struggle with Ofllccr Bloom.
Thcro was ( pilto a largo number of Scotch
people present , all of whom seemed to take
the kindliest interest in the examination.
Lee Kstollc conducted the examination in
behalf of the friends of the deceased.
Jamicson's ' funeral will take place this
afternoon from Drcxel & Maul's. The
remains will bo intcircd in Prospect Hill
A telegram was received yesterday from
the father of the deceased In Aberdeen , Scot
land , telling his friends hero to bury the
young man hero temporarily.
A VOICE ruoM mi : TOMII.
William Mcldrum , the merchant tailor , was
an Intimate acquaintance of Jamicson , nnd
during his confinement at the hospital called
upon the unfortunate young man n number
of times. Ho gave Mcldrum nnd n number
of other friends atdlffcrcnt times an account
of his tussle with Bloom , and in every in
stance his stories agreed , Ho admitted at
tempting to get away from Bloom , as ho real
ized the disgrace ho was bringing upon him
self ami family by being arrested. As he was
struggling with Bloom the olllccr drew his
club and struck him over the head with it ,
knocking him down. When ho got up Bloom
continued to ply his club vigorously , and to
avoid being struck over'tho head .lamieson
threw up his arm , when a descending blow
struck him on the elbow with the club and
his aim dropped helpless to his side. His
first thought was that the officer had shot him
and the ball had shattered his arm. .lainic-
son said he saw be was in the hands of a
brute and the safest thing he could do was to
submit and endure the Ignomy of imprison
ment and a line. The story is pretty gener
ally bcllovcd by the Scots , while that of
Bloom Is discredited.
The passenger department of the
Union Pacific , "Tho Ovorhuid Route , "
has just gotten out as an advertisement
what is known as the Switchmen's
Puzzle , capable of solution in ten moves.
It faci'iates all who ti'y to solve it and
bids fair as a novelty to surpass the
great 18-16-14 puzzle that created such
a craze several vcars ago. Send
to J. S. Tebbets" , G. P. & T. A. ,
for ono of. these little interesting and
entertaining little puzzles , but bo sure
to enclose 10 cents in stamps to pay post
age on same.
Smoke Scidenbcrg'a Figaro and get
the best 5-ccnt cigar in the world. Max
Meyer & Bro. , wholesale depot.
Crow's Patent Hour takes the lead.
I have opened my Woodruff granite
quarries and can fill all orders of almobt
any dimensions. Rock can be scon at
stone yards of Win. Tyler , Lincoln ,
Neb. THUS Puicu.
BENCH AND BAR ,
It was just 10 o'clock in the morning when
the bailiff opened the May term of the dis
trict court. Judges Doanc , Groft and Wake-
Icy were nil present , Judge Doanc presiding
at the call of the docket. There was a largo
attendance of the members of the bar , every
scat being occupied. A number of cases that
had been continued over from last term were
rcpoi ted settled by the attorneys Interested
in them and stricken from the calendar.
During the cull of the docket by Judge
Donne the usual disposition on the part of
the court to bring cases to a trial and the
usual delay on the p.ut of the attorneys in
the cases was manifest. The court finally
informed tlio attorneys that nil cases
that trial notices had boon filed
in would bo heard when they
were reached In the culnndcr or would go by
default. At the conclusious of the call of
the docket the jury was called and after
answering they wcie oidered to report for
work this morning nt tlyo. ; Contrary
to the usual custom there were no excuses
offered for not serving. The court took a
recess then until 2 o'clock.
inrouu Jfiiiii : wunji.nv.
A number of cases that were submitted be
fore Judge Wakcloy last term were passed
upon yesterday. In the temnrrci to the
petition of the Morse Brnlgo & Iron com
pany vs. the City in which the plaintiff seeks
to collect a bill lor the construction of the
Eleventh street viaduct , the petition itself
sols fortli that the bill has been submitted to
tlio council and board of public works and
allowed by each body but the city
have no money with which to
pay the bill. The court fainted that ho would
not pass on the demurrer unlill it was ar
gued , and ho sel Saturday morning us the
tlmo for hearing the argument.
iHMiiiu.i. mr.Ncnos" .
Judge Wakcloy will hear tlio arguments in
the basu ball injunction case this
inroui : : Jinni ! onorr.
The criminals who are to bo tried during
this term of court were arraigned before
Judge Groff. Frank H. Uyau was dressed
in n brown four-button cut-away coat , wore
a stand up collar nnd had his hair combed
pompadoro ; was rlcanly shaven , and was
perhaps the most gentlemanly dics > sed man
that has been in the criminal couit for some
years. Ho wag arraigned for the murder of
Hollcn W. How.ud , in Doty &
Darsts saloon , the night of the second of
March. Ho stood motionless and firm while
the dun-go was nolng read to him and when
asked what his plea was ho sald"not guilty , "
and icsunu'd his sv'iit ,
A man named Shocbergor , arraigned on
the charge of bigamy by the marrying of one
Dora M. Harmon , the Mil of last November ,
While ho had a wifu living in Minnesota ,
plead not guilty to the churgo.
Henry Boll indicted far assaulting John
McNulty with intent to kill , plead not guilty.
The assault was inudo the fcth of February
nnd McXulty died the 'JUih of thy sumo
A. 1) Petty plead not puilty to the charge
ol the larceny hist November of two horses
from Dan ( ! . lleuley.
Peter licrgo wab arraigned for assault
ing his , wife and cutting her about the head ,
neck and arm with a razor and cntoicd a
pica of not guilty.
Henry Shoinor left a plea of not guilty to
the charge ot illegal voting ut Florence.
James Falconer was ui raignrd for gamb
ling , mil ple.id not guilty. J. K. Baldwin , a
laboring man was arraigned on the same
charge and was released on his own rocogni-
ranco until ho was found about u gambling
house , when ho will bo held for trial on the
A man named Hyaii will bo arraigned to
day , on the charfio of forgery ,
and his trial has already been
set for Wednesday morning. Owing to the
absence of Mr. Ofllt , the attorney for till the
criuiinnU ariHigneJ , no case could bo set for
hcurm ? to day. The Hy.in murder case
will be reached about Hatunla ; , Tim com t
called over the docket and dismissed a num
ber of cases that have been on for some lime
and Imvo not been heard ,
TWO nuxsuwrTS FU.KD.
JudgeKeuthcr josterday filed a transcript
to the effect tUut he lined John Pcuson J29
for shooting at nnd threatening to 'kill
Thomas Kelly at South Omaha , J'onson
look exceptions to the line nnd has appealed
from the decision to the district court. R
L. Bauer also appenU from n K > fine inflicted
for peddling without a license.
UANTS A fl.CAU TITLE.
Mnry A. Smith Is and has been for twenty-
five years In possession of the east one-half
of the southeast quarter of section 1 , town
ship 10 , range 12 ; also the west tUty-thrce
acres of the south one-half of the southwest
quarter of section 0 , township 10 , raugo 12 ,
nnd that she Is satisfied that a mortgage
given on the premises in liii'J has been paid.
She therefore petitions the court to restrain
William J. Baugh from claiming any interest
In the property.
COMPMIX OP 1NFRII10K UOHK.
Mary E , Gaston , James H. Van Clostcr
nnd James II. Johnson , complain that they
have been damaged In the sum of $2,500 , by
William Lntey and William V , Benson ,
whom they employed to erect two dwelling
houses , putting Inferior material In tha struc
ture , nnd not carrying out the plans nnd
specifications of the architect.
ni.i-A HAS A iitqrr.ST ,
Kiln 12 , Lutson claims that she traded
property nt the corner of Park nvcnuo and
Chambers street , with C. M. Clarke , for land
In another portion of the city. She finds
now that the deed given her by Clarke Is de
fective , nnd she asks the court to call the
deal off , and restore her the first named
WHAT THE CtUNtS WANT.
Crane Brothers' Manufacturing company
ask a judgment In the sum of $1,101.33
ngainst the Central Improvement company
for goods furnished them.
United .Stales Court.
The docket was called over In the United
States court , but no cases were tried or
called for trial. A number of motions were
disposed of nnd several criminals were ar
raigned for various offenses. Among them
were Tommy Burns on three indictments for
selling liquor to the Indians : three Indict
ments against J. Callaghan , for the same of
fense. An indictment against Antqnne
Barnda for larceny from an Indian reserva
tion , and an Indictment against French Char
ley for selling liquor to the Indians. A plea
of not guilty was entered In all the cases.
The jury in the cuso of Clinton vs the Mis
souri ] Pnclllc railroad company returned n
verdict at 2 o'clock yesterday allowing
the plaintiff fS5J.
In the County Courts.
Thciewcrc no cases tried In the county
courtycstcrdny. The case of William P. Ste
vens vs Bishop , to collect n commission for
the sale of a lot in South Omaha , was sol for
to-morrow. Joseph Bcckmnn was appointed
administrator of the estate of Helen Klcff ncr ,
I'lUYIXO FOll A .TOI'OMENT.
James B. Clew it Son , in their complaint
filed against N. B. Husoy it Co , , sot forth
that they secured a Judgment in the sum of
Job'J.OT against them in Hcnncpln county.
Minnesota , on the 7th of May , lbS5. no part
of which has been paid. They ask that a
judgment in that sum be entered up in this
county against the defendants.
NOKL SKCt'UKS A Jl'DCIMENT.
John C. Noel yesterday secured a judgment
in the sum of M-T.J against the John Dirks
Manufacturing company for wages.
I'KOIIU'E COUllT MATTKllS.
Judge Shields yesterday probated the will
of Mrs. Henry Kleffncr , deceased , and ap
pointed Joseph Bcckman ndmtnlstintor.
The application of Patty Wren to bo named
as administratrix of the estate ot Thaddeus *
J. Wren was taken under consideration.
Crow's Superlative flour ; bakers want
Salt Lake and return.
Tlio Union Pacific , >
"The Overland Route , " >
will sell tickets from Missouri river
points for the special excursion to Salt
Lake City nnd return Juno 6 at one faro
( $40) ) for the round trip. Tickets going
good for live days , and returning fifteen
days , extreme limit thirty days. Stop-
OVQI * privileges allowed within these
limits. Parties desirous of visiting
Garlield beach , on Great Salt Lake , the
famous watering place of the west ,
should improve the opportunity now'Of-
DAY /\1 < - \V1RS. .
Distinguished Jurists , Statesmen and
Soldiers Will Take I'nrt.
Govei nor Thayer and staff In full uniform
will take part In the exercises of Memorial
day in this city , together with General J. H.
Brooke and staff , General \Vhcaton with
command and band of musicians , Judges
Hopcwell and Doanc , board of lire and police
commissioners , members of the city council
nnd the board of county commissioners. It
was reported at the meeting of the committee
hold at the Millard last night , that the An
cient Order of Hibernians would not turn
out ns a body on account of circumstances
over which they had no control , but that
invitations to participate had been accepted
by the I. O. O. P. , lire department , letter
carriers' association , uniform rank of
Knights of Pythias , police force , a Swiss so
ciety. Postmaster Gallagher and assistants.
Knights of Labor , Ed Crcighton guards anil
Comrades Clarkson , Kent and Allen were
chosen a committee to raise subscriptions ,
and Comrade Burmcistcr , of the music com
mittee , reported progress and that the Apollo
club would bo invited. Tlio committee was
empowered to engage n double quartette for
vocal music , nnd Comrade Auchmoedy was
appointed a staff officer to have full charge
of the pupils from the public schools.
Colonel Hepburn , of Iowa , was reported as
having consented to deliver the oration , and
Colonel Chase was elected president of the
day. Comrade Cuscade will have charge of
the ritualistic services.
Crow's High Patent Hour beats nil.
The management of tlio Union Paci
fic "Tho Overland Route , " made n
change in ttio running time of its local
trains Sunday , April iJOth , that will bo
hailed with delight by tlio residents of
"Tlio Omaha and Republican Valley. "
Tiiis change * is made in conjunction
with the St. Joseph ahd Grand Ibland ,
making tlio leaving time of No.
7 at Council Bluffs at 8:40 : a. in. , nnd
Omaha I ) a.m. Arriving nt Vnlloy
at 10:2" : ) a. in. ; it connects witli the train
arriving at Valparaiso nt 11:50 : a.m. ;
and at Stromsburg at " : M ) p. m. Hero
it connects witli tlio St. Joseph nnd
Grand Island train , via McCool Junc
tion and Fairllold , arriving at Alma at
10:00 : p , m. Tlio train running opposite
leaves Almiv daily at 5fO : ! a. in , , arriv
ing at Stromsburg at 112:00 : p. m. , Val
paraiso UJO : ! ) ) . m. and Valley 4:16 : p' in. ,
connecting with No. 8 arriving in
Omaha ut 5:50 : p. m , and Council Bluffs
nt 0:10 : p. in , , making close connections
with alb eastern train ; . Tlieso trains
run through tolid between Alma and
Lincoln , and passengars leaving Alma
in tlio morning roach Lincoln at ! ) :40 : p.
m. Leaving Lincoln at 11:35 : n. in.
they arrive at Alma at 10:00 : p. m.
Good time and through chair car ac
commodations makes this ttio most desirable -
sirablo line running into this portion of
Ask your grocer for Crow s High Pat
ent Hour. Ucst Hour in market.
nriuklnyrra and Conference.
There was.nochangoyesterday , in the situa-
tloa of the striking bricklayers. A largo
number of the latter visited their hall and
those with whom the reporter spoke stated
that they were Just as determined to hold
out until they secured the wages asked for
as they -\\eio on the day they first struck.
The majority ot the union wcio firm , the
only weakening ones being about fifteen
whoso shaio of the money coming from
abroad \vas given to their fuuiilcs instead of
themselves Tins was iiono for prudential
reasons and made the men m question
U was rumored yesterday that the
bricklnycis were to send a communication to
the cmitvactors at tholruieoting lam night for
the purpose of having a confcrenco on the
bubjcct of the strike. The bricklayers said
tliuir commlttoo hud uathorucd p'ie of
their number to band buch u communi
cation , but they did nut know whether
tfcocontia'ctoib would leceivo the letter .or
committee with good Brace. They claimed
the contractors , thojast time they wore writ
ten to , had said tlututhcj hod nothing to con.
fcr with the bricHavcr ? , and conscqucntljT
refused to receive Uho letter. The brick
layers , however , satfl they would probably
make another attempt to bring about a meet
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tbe world tbat wlllaure when ererytblng elie bM
railed. It baa been eo conceded oy a farie number of
Celebrated I'byaldane.tlx.HA * Keren TXT rAiMO
.to ctms. Wby--wa U > your time and money wltb
at nt medlcinea'thatJneTer had : Tlrtue , or doctor
.Crttb pbyilclane tbatcantapt oure yo . Ton that hare
triMl crumbing qlae abontd ome to na now and cat
permanent relief I yon never can get Iteliewhere.
bark what we aiyi in tbe end you muitYakeow
Remedy or NXTKU recover. And yon tbat have been
afflicted but a abort time abould by all meana come tea
a now. xany ( at help and tblnk thuja re free from
the dlaeaie , but In one , two or three yeara after , K
appotn aaatn In a more horrible form.
InTeitlgate our financial etandlcg throuih the mar *
aantlle avs ca and note that we are fully reaponil'
pie and our written guaranteei are ood. we have a
IBiuinr prepared on purely Scientific Filnclplaa and
We wlah to repent tbatltNEVin FAILS TO CUHA. All
letters aacredly confidential.
THE COOK REMEDY 00. , Omaha , Neb.
Itoom 10 nucl 11. U. B. National Dank'M \ \ and
Fnrnnmsts. Callers toke elevator on Knrnam
street , to second lloor. Koom 11 for Indies only
THEY DID IT.
What ? Cured among others the
followinj * . They write :
649CcntrafA\c.CinrlnnatlO. , >
January 4th , 1& & . !
Atliloi'boron ' 111I ha > o cnrml mo of ll\cr
rnnipulnt und dhp psia. I Ka\oru nf
tlici 1'illntoa friend wbo is troubled with
ludim-'xtlon aud he h.i Improtrd uon-
Uerlully. 1' . II. KOWEKAMI- .
16 IlOi-cttP Ht. New Haven , Ct. , )
IVbrnaryluth , IBS. J
Atldoi'horos ' Tills norkeil wonders In my
ca > 'oidSxpi | < la : JMM : * L CULKK.
Pills email and
pleasant to ( also , yet wonderfully
cflcctive. Invaluable for kidney
nnd liver coinplainliJ , ( lyejicpsin , in
digestion , constipation , headache ,
etc. They'll take away that tired
feeling giving new life and strength.
63- cud C cents for tlie beautiful colored pic
ture , "Moorish Maldeu. "
THEATHLOPHOROSCO. 112 Wall St. N. Y.
In offering totliormbllcaremedy
Intended for the preservation of
the health and happiness of every
family throughout the land. It
Has been thoroughly tested by
thousands of prominent physi
cians \ \ lie cheerfully testify to its
[ JQ ellicacy In CoughsColds , Hoarse-
neb's. ' Pleurisy , Chest I'alns
Sciatica , Ithuumatlsm , Lumbago
ADDI (1PV ( Ilatkatliu and Kidney Diseases.
ArULUUI Of course wo refer to lIu.Nso.s'H
1'r.ASTKii , a hctentlflc combina
tion of well-known medicinal In
gredients for the piompt relief
TO of m lies nnd jinms of every de
scription within the reach of an
external application. It Is clean
ly , convenient and reliable. In
biiyliiR o k for Ur.sHON'ri und re
fuse all other plusteis.
JOSEPH Cl LIOTTS
COLD MKDAISFAR1S EXPOSITION } 813.
HOB , 3O3-4O4-I70-CO4.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS ,
E.T.Allen , M. D. ,
Homoeopathic Specialist ,
tit AHD THROAT NOSE , tAlf CAD
epecttclei Accurately Prescribed.
StAMOE HISJK. , OMAHA
W.J. OALnilAJTll ,
Surgeon and Physician ,
OIDc ' N. W Coiner Hth and Uouglas St. O01C9
telephone , < U3 , ItuMdence telepliono , Ma.
TIMBER CLAIMS ,
I'lentr of ABft. Maple , Calalpa , llox lllder.IIlm
HKick Walnut and HubMan Miilbtiiuy Heedlliigs ,
nil hand ; snltublo fur planting timber claims
ShciHindouli , few >
I B < r * ma mm vr mm
Kinmlnailons for admUsloii to VS8AH Coi < -
i.tun will liu held at Omaha tn the first wtck of
Juno Apolitunts thouia Inform tliu 1'resldfftt
Iwore May Iptli. Addirs JAa s. TAVl'.Olt , l > .
I ) Vaisar Collect roiuinketpsic. N. V , ' '
MEN'S FURNISHINGS ,
Besides doing the largest clothing business we keep the most complete stock of Men's '
Furnishing Goods. The prices at which we sell them make it very difficult for other houses
to compete with us.
Shirts .are sold every whore at all sorts of prices. Wo would like to show you a sample
of the "Nebraska" Shirt ; you will not buy any other. We believe wo have touched bottom
on our Unlaundried Shirts at 30c , 50c and 70c. Laundered at G5c , 90c and $1.25. Elegant
pleated front Shirts at $1.00 , which cost you elsewhere $1.75. In fancy Percale Shirts wo beat
the world. Our95o Erench Percale Shirts , in newest designs , is equal to any $1.50 Shirt in the
market. All our Shirts are 30 inches long , cut full and guaranteed to fit and bo just as
represented. An clogant line of French flannel and fine cassimore Shirts in beautiful pat-
erns. Low prices everywhere.
In Underwear wo arc in a position to beat nil competion out of sight. Recent heavy
purchases at prices' which would have been impossible a month ago enable us to offer several
lots far below manufacturer's cost. Fine Gauze and Gossamer Merino Shirts at 15c and 20o
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 25c each. Our fancy Standard Balbriggan at 55c each
for Shirts and Drawers are indeed surprising value ; nothing loss than $2.00 per suit would
buy such goods at any other place.
HOSIERY at just about one-half you have to pay elsewhere ; good
British Socks , 2 pair for 25c , no better can be bought for double
the money elsewhere- Fancy Balbriggan and Silk clocked at 20c
NECKWEAR. A glance into our window on the 14th street corner ,
will give you a small idea of what we propose to do in this line this
RUBBER COATS. We hope you will not need them any more this
week , but if you should , we keep a large assortment and prices on
them as on everything else we handle positively the lowest.
One Price Only. No Deviation.
Corner I4th and Douglas Streets , Ornaha.
Tbo largest , fastest and finest In tbo world
nstenRcr accommodations unexcelled.
New Vort& to Qlanffow vlu Loutionilflrrv
CIHCASSIA MAY 10th I ANCIIOHIA JUNE ! > th
JUllMBHIA , . . . .MAY Sail 1M.VON1A JUNE ICtU
ETHIOPIA..JUNK 2nd I CIUCAPSIA Ju.VE23d
NEW VOIIK TO Livtnrooi , VIA QUJENSTOWN : ,
Tbo Celebrated i Largest and finest I'm MAY ICth
Mtams'ilp scncer btunmor In JUNE 13th
CITY OK HOME I llio WnrM. JULY lltli
Saloon passage to GluKOw , Derry , Liverpool. Holfuit
orqnecnstuwn. WJund upwur.U per ( ilavow blonm.
era. WUnndupwarjslorCttvof Homo. Bccond-clnns
rJU. Return tickets Ht reducol rates made imillnblo
for cither route , iifferlDK cxcurslunlets tlio orlvllCKO
of teelMK the North ml Houth of Ireland , tbo lllvcrs
Mersey nnd plcturoquo Clyde. btconiKe ! - ' Anilior
I.lne drafts payable free of clmrKO , cold at lowest
rate ? . For lioux of lours , tickets or further Informa
tion upply to
HENDERON BEOS. . 72 La Sallo St. , Chicaso.
Or to any uf our local atrents.
Omaha Seed House.
Headquarters for Lamlrcth's Celcbr.itr < I gc > < ils.
I'luntH. Tut I'lowers and Tloral designs. Send
W. II. FOSTER & SON , Proprietors
KW2 Capitol Avenue.
DRS. S. &
1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colo.
Of tlio Mnicnm of Anstoniy. Bt. Louis. Mo. Mem.
bcre of UntuMty CollcBo riohpltal. London. M. 1) .
jjlocn , Germany nnd New York , liailoir devoted
their attention epcclally to tbo treatment of v
Nervoos , Clironic & BlooJ Diseases
More especially those arising from Impnidrnpe. In-
vltc all foiiarlog to correspond vlthout delay.
Ulscnxcs of Infection and conta lon cnreil safely oitl
Ipcctllly without use of dangerous drnffs. I'atlcnts
( vnoiia cases Imve uecn lunlc'ctiil , lnutly treated or
pronounced Incurable , eliould not full to u-rlto nj
ronccrnlnir thflr symptoms. All letters receive Im
JDST PUBLISHED , < a * * "
And will 1)0 mulled FIIEI5 to any luldrcpa npon re-
relpt of 0110 a-i-cnt stamp. "Practical Ol > icratlon on
Nervous Debility nml 1'liyplral RxliaiiPtlon. " A vil-
ualilc medical trcntlse which fhould to read by all.
DRS. S. & D. DAVIESOU ,
1742 Lawrence Street , Denver , Colo.
Notice to ContrnotorH.
lllds will bo received by tlio Hoard of 1'iiliflc
I.an < l and HutldliiKi ) at uuy tlmo before Siitur-
tluy , May IV , ICKfri , uta p , m. , for work and inato-
ilol to complete kitchen nnd dining room for
Deaf anil IJiimb Inntltlito , utOmulm , Nebraska ,
nocordliiK to plans and Hpt'cillcatlons now on
Illu with Comml&slciirr of I'nlillc Lands nnd
ImlldlngH. and also wltn 1' . M. Hills , architect.
Oninfin , NubniNka. Contractor to bu paid on
monthly estimates with a resenx of 15 per cent.
lly older of tliu Hoard of 1'iibllc Lands and
IlnlldlngH , May B , IbbS. U. L. LAWS ,
SUCCESS IN SPECULATION ,
A NIW ! WOKIC Tlie most complete ever pub-
Ii8ticddovold to t lie purchase and s ilo of stocks ,
bonds , etc. Drclnions of tlie courts regarding
Block taloti , brokers and bucket bliops , inanlpu-
latlon of tlie stork market , causes of panic , t < tc.
Mow , vlieii , and what to purciat ) > u uml bell.
Bond postpaid on receipt of .We , by the
bT.ANDAHl ) I'UIILl&IMNO CO. , Albany , N. V.
Health is Wealth !
nit. K , r , WKST'S Nr.nvn AND HIMIN T"VAT'
WKN7iiBiiaiunteul specific for IlyhK'ria , Dlzzf.
nebs. Convulsion ! ) , rits. Nervous N ; tirulKln ,
Headttctie. NpnoiK I'lObtrutiou. caubed by tlio
UMiof uUohnlor lobud-o , Wukt-fiilneis. Mental
Menn sslon , Poftc-nliiHof the llraln , n'sultlnjtln
Insanity , and leading to inUerr. decay und
deutfi , Premature ( Jld Ago. llarrenness , Lots of
1'ower In eilluT bux. Involuntary Lof.ses and
Bpermatorlui-a caused by over-t-xeilion of tlie
bruin , belf-ubusa or over-Indulgence. ! . I' ' x
( ontalns one montli's tieatment. H I" a uox , or
blx lHxen for M.W. sent by mall piepald oiue-
celpt of i > rUe.
AV13 OUAIlANTEi : SIX IIOXKS
To cure any case. With eacli order lecelytd by
UB for fclx lioxt-8. accompanied with lo.W. e
VNeentujpurcaKT our written guarantee
to refund the money If ihe tif.itin nv docs not
effect u cure 4juaiaiilei > IbMieJ onlr oj it. .
OOODSIAN. DinxKUt , Sol j Avwt , XIJO i-nrnam
Stieet , Omnli.i , Neb ,
"Tlic Overland Koiitc. "
Until July 1 , IJWfl. tickets i > olil for these excur
sions will bo good thirty days for tlio round trip
and cnn bo used ton dajs going. When purchas
ers are ready to lutnrn , these tickets will bo
good live days for Hint purpose. If purchMcri
\\ibhtostopbhortof destination on our lines
agents will stamp tickets good to return from
Gen. P. ft T. Agont. ss't 0. 1ft T. A.
XI luUlUUlU L'UUUl
TJ. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
Pnid Up Capital $250,000
II. W. YATP.S , I'roildcnfc.
LEWIS S. Itiin. : : Vice President.
.A. E. 'I'ouzAi.iK , "nd Vlco President.
W. H. S. Huoiits , Cashier.
W. V. jloiiPK , JOHN S. COM.INS ,
II. W. yATKf , Linvis S. KRCD ,
A. 13. TOU7AMN
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner lith ! nnd rarnain Sts.
A General llankliiK Business Transacted.
( JKATEFUL COMFOKTINU
"By n thorough knowlodno of the natural Inwj
which K \ tm tlio operation of digestion nnd nutri
tion , and by careful application of the line prniiurllca
of well selected Coeoii , Mr. Hpin has provided our
breakfast table * with n dcllcMely flavored beverage
wlilcli may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It Is
by tliu Judicious use. ol KuUi articles of diet llnitil
eoiihlltutlon mty be Kraluidly built lip until strnitt ;
enough to resist ovcry tendency to dl eHsc. Hun
dreds of subtle uml.idles are tloatlui ; around us ready
to attack wherever thorn Is n wpnk point. Wu iiuiy
epcnpo runny u fntal shuft by keeping oursclvtn well
fortified lalth pure blood nud n projierly nourished
Irnmo.-C'l\ll Korvlcii ( jncettu.
Made simply with bollInK water or milk. Sold only
In half pound tins by llrocers labeled thus ;
JAMES EPPS&CO.110 ONUON ; KNGLANU.
Or tlie Liquor Habit , Positively Cu roil by
Dr. Haiucs' Uolilcu
It can bo plvcn In n CUD of coffee or tea with
out tlio knowledge of the poison taKtng ft ; abso
lutely harmless , and will i-llert a Dormant and
speedy euro , whet her the p.itlent Is a moderate
drinker or un alcoholic wieck. ThoutamlH of
drunkards have been made tuinnorati ) men who
Imvo taken Golden Speclllr Intlielr coirconltli-
not their knowledge and today bulluvu tluiy
quit ( IrlnkiiiKof their own free will , ft nuvi-r
fulls. The system oiico Impregnated with the
Bw'clllc , It becomes an utter Impossibility for
theliriuoriippistlto to uxlHt. Tor Hale liv Ktilin
A ; Co. , Ifith and OotiKlas HtH. . und IHth und Cum-
ln sts. . Omaha , Nob. ; A. U. 1'oster i Uro.
Council IllutTsi Jowtt
S. K , FELTON & CO. ,
And Manufacturers' Atjeiita for
WATER WORKS SUPPLIES ,
Of all description- ) .
Hydraulic Engines , Surveys. Detail -
tail Plans and Specifications.
Furnished on Short Notice.
Office. Strap's ' Building , Fourth Floor ,
To Glasgow , Ik'lfasl , Dublin and Llvcnioul
From New York Every Thursday ,
Cuuln pus-sage tiu nnd (50 ( , acroidlng to locution
of fetate room. Incursion 105 to K5.
Steerage to nnd from Burope at I.oweit rates
.AUSTIN IIAMMVIN & CO. ,
acn"MgcntfKHioad ) ay.Ne\v i'orlc.
JOHN lU.iOiN : : , awi'l Western Agent.
1CI ItundolpU St. , Chicago.
IIAKltr B. MOOI1KP , Ajcnt. Omaha ,
i < > ITrrlazrr r > itbt tf
fccti orruuthful ii
R llfl . EffH UlV ror > . u\r \ Oto.jr ,
oXliSwid . t < . 1 wlflIiiJ ; * lu.'t . ' * 11" I'41' J
c HiaLiai fi'll putltului ftr L u tu'i , l * *
PIOF , r/oI'FOWLBH , MoodUl , -
MEDICAL $ SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & Dodge Sta
- . -
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUtSES-
Bert facilities , apparatus and remedies for sue.
cessful treatment of every form of disease requir
ing Medical or Surgical Treatment
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Board and attendance ; beet hospital accomtnoi
dotions in the west.
WHITE FOR CIKCULAIIS on Deformities and
Ilraces , Trusses , Club 1'eet , CurvMure of th
Spine , Tiles , Tumors , Cancer , Catarrh , Ilroi.chitlB ,
Inhalation , Electricity , Paralysis , Hpllepsy , Kid
ney , madder , Hye , liar , SUm and Blood , ai'U all
Dlsnasos of Women o Specialty.
BOOK ON DISIASBH or WOVEN Knu.
ONLY RELIABLE MBDIOAL INSTITUTE
MAKINO A el'KCIALTV OP
All Dlood Disease ! ) successfully ( rented. Syph
ilitic I'oison removed from the n > clcm without
mercury. New restorative treatment for loss ol
Vital Power I'ersons unable ( \isitusmay bt
treated at home by correspondence. All commur
nicatlons confidential Medicinesorinstrumentg
ent by mail or express , securely packed , 119
marks to indicate contents or Rentier One per
sonal interview preferred. Call and consult us of
eisil history of your case , and we will bend lu
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon Private , Special or Nervous Uit-easek , Im
yjtency , Syphilis , Gleet add \ancoctfe , with
t'icstioii list Address
Omaha Ulritical and Btirfltcal r > nlltnteoi
DR. McMENAMY ,
Cor. I3lh nnd DodcsSti. , OMAHA NEB.
Keninrkablo for powerful nymp >
thetlt tpiitt. l > ltiiljlu"ai'tloii nnd off
toliite durability. JTIyHirs'rtc ru7
the best Kiiarunlee of the cxiel-
leiicoof tlH'.ie liiMriirm'ilt.s. "
c. o. n.
All Wool Pants ,
both liffht nnd ( lurk
colors , in ni/.os IfO to
12 wiilst and 30 to 34
lop inciifeuro. Also
u very largo line of
1) o 11 o r grades of
Pants ranging in
price from ifci.60 to
$ H. Our $ : i.7/i / to $5
Punts arc oxtragood
Mail Orilers Solicited.
Dyspspsii , SiUad&cbt & ,
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