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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEJfl : WEDNESDAY , MAY 10 , 1888.
The Internal revenue collections yes
terday ntnountctl to 88,402.50.
The street pnrnclo of the Daniel
poono combination occurs to-day
between 11 mid 12 o'clock.
A valise , supposed to belong to A.
Hotflohl , was found last night ut Thir
ty-second and Cuming streets. It Is In
possession of the chief of police.
The Hon. JninosV. . Savage % vlll de
liver a lecture in behalf of St. Andrew's
Brotherhood , tit Trinity cathedral ,
Tuesday evening , May 22 , at 8 o'clock.
Subject : "Bench and IJar. "
George Harrington was caught yes
terday afternoon sneaking out of Dahl-
Btronvs store , .111 North Sixteenth
itrcot , with ft pair of stolen No. 8 calf-
Bkin shoes under his arm. Ho was
turned over to the police and took his
nrreet with that Indifference and sto
lidity characteristic of the experienced
A. F. Houck , of Wnyno , Is at the 1'nxton.
W. U.Cofrgcnimllof Grnnil Island , Is In the
11 H.GrIcrof Kearney , Is registered at the
W , A. L. Thompson , of Topeka , Is stopping
nt the I'Qxton.
H. A. Gibson , of Weeping Water , Is reg
istered nt the Paxton.
Mrs. .1. 1) . Jones and son , of Pintle Centre ,
tire In the city for a short stay.
T MM. J. F. Kuhn nml sons left ycstcrtlny for
On extended tour through the cast.
B , S. Fowler , of Occoln , arrived In the
'City yesterday und Is registered at the
A. Chnppcllo and C. W. Htibbard , repre
senting the Sioux Fall Giiuiltu company , are
In the city. _
DrCxcl & Maul received a cablegram from
OcorgO Mod look ycstcriliiy , announcing his
snfo arrival In Quccnstown , In good spirits
and having a pleasant trip across the
Atlantic on the steamer Urania.
Democratic , as well as the republican
members of the city council , were induced
to neglect their regular Tuesday ntout legis
lation to enjoy the more attractive show ,
the republican state convention. When
President Uechol brought ilown his gavel ,
only elifht councilman responded , and for
want of a quorum the mooting broke up and
there was a general scramble for the Grand
Plnkcrton Men Going Home.
The Pinkerton men nt points all along the
line of the Chicago , Burlington & Qulncy
were sent homo over a week ago and recently
the force at points In Nebraska lias been re
duced. Hero In Omaha there are not as
many stationed as there formerly were. Just
how long they will remain hero is uncertain.
Captain Foley when asked when ho Is going
away merely smiles and says ho doesn't
know and from appearances ho does n'ot.
Prof. Mlilcr'8 IJrotlicr Hurt.
Prof. Edward Miller starts to-day for
Dubuque , la. , In response to a telegram re-
reived by him informing him of the precari
ous condition of his brother , John Miller ,
Who was Injured last Saturday. Mr. Miller
is the proprietor of the Crescent laundry ,
and while out driving his horse took fright
and became unmanageable. The driver was
thrown forcibly to the ground , and his in
juries being deemed sufllcient to require the
presence of the professor ho was notified to
Death of Dr. Joseph Au ! > .
A telegram received yesterday by Mr.
Andrew Rosewater announces the death of
Dr. Joseph Aub , of Cincinnati , O. , Monday
night. Dr. Aub was among the most noted
occulUts < iu this country and was one of the
professional attendants In 17S4 of James B.
Blainc. The doctor was a whole-souled ,
popular man , beloved by every one who was
fortunate enough to imiko his acquaint
ance. His numerous friends in the west
and through out the country will bo grieved
to Hear of His untimely death.
The funeral exercises occurred at Droxcl
& Maul's yesterday and was attended by
a number of Scots who were well acquainted
with the .Tuinicson family in Aberdeen , Scot
land. The services were conducted by Rev.
E. R. Kerr , of the Southwest Presbyterian
church. His remarks were brief and dwelt
mainly upon the omnipresence of
death. At the conclusion of the sermon a
fervent prayer was offered , after which the
remains of the bright young man , who had
como to a most unfortunate and untimely
end , were carried to Forest Lawn cemetery ,
where they were laid forever to rest.
Wore n Mother IIiillmn1. )
Nellie Warner , a resident somewhere on
Capitol avenue , is very much Infatuated with
the Mother Hubbard style of dress and per
sists in wearing it on all occasions. The
police have assured her a number of times
that It did not become her on the street and
advised her to wear something elso. But
Bho paid no attention to them and yesterday
appeared as usual in her Hawing drapery.
The ofllccrs therefore escorted her to the
police magistrate , who Is considered author
ity oa such fashions. The judge heard both
sides of the story , and as Ncllio assured him
. that it was the only dress she had lit to wear
and that she always wore a bolt with It when
on the street , his honor decided not to moke
any assessment for that privilege , although
ho advised her to have her next dress cut
after a pattern more becoming for street
You up , Hut With a Name ,
Miss Johnno Jcnslno BumoUckto Antonlno
RiwiniBscn Is a coy and sweet maiden of
tender years , who resides at Blair , and
Thomas Christian Nielsen having become
enamored with her ho proposed to niniry
bcrnamo and all. The fair lady declined
not the liberal proposition on the part of
Thomas , who put in nppcaranro nt the ma
trimonial bureau of Judge Shields yesterday
afternoon and after previously warning
Clerk Ed Morcarty to lay In an extra sup
ply of pens and Ink ho unwound the above
string. Tired and fatigued after his extra
ordinary task Kd next quizzed the applicant
as to the npo of the fair charmer. Ho was
not euro that she was of the legal years to
undertake the responsibilities of combing
him down with a rolling pin when ho came
homo Into at night from lodge , and as the
license could not bo Issued without posl-
two knowledge of thcso facts Thomas was
directed to get back to Blair and Unit out.
Hans Thomson , thirty-eight years old , was
grouted pcrmlbblon to inurry Carohno Lance ,
aped twenty six j cars , coming nil the way
from Davenport , la. , for his prizo.
Chief of Police Scavoy received the fol
NKW HiVEK , Conn. , May 11. [ Police
Headquarters. ] Dear Sir : The two youths
herein described disappeared from hero yes
terday forenoon , May 10. From remarks
dropped by them , and for other reasons , It is
thought that they have started on an expedi
tion , probably southwest or to Florida , for
the chief purpose of making collections of
birds and other animals. Vcrrillo is quite a
taxidermist , and both are good shots. Vcr-
rillo's father Is a prominent professor of
Yale university heie , and Perry's
father is ono of our lending mer
chants , They and tlioir families are
extremely worried about the runaways , mid
are Impatient to gut on their truck , and have
them brought home. I am anxious to give
them all the assistance- my power , und
shall esteem it a great personal favor if you
will kindly ascertain from your depot and
other ofllcora and inform mo If , aim whentho ;
two youths wcro seen in your city , where
bound for , oto. If seen hereafter please to
have them detalnnd und wire mo. All ex
penses will bo gladly refunded.
Yours very respectfully ,
ClUIlLKS F. Bul.IAIlNX.
Chief of Police.
Smoke Soidonborg's Figaro and get
the best 6-cent cigar in the world. Mux
Meyer & Co. , wholesale depot.
Crow's IlitfU Patent flour beats nil.- .
) BUT NOT MATED.
Domestic Infelicities Aired In the Po
George Hcplln was nrrcstctl yesterday nt
the Instigation of hli wife , who said ho beat
nnd kicked her cruelly nt her homo corner of
Third and Oak streets Monday night. The
parties have not been living together for sev
eral months , having separated , the woman
said , by mutual consent , She went on to
say that notwithstanding this agreement be
tween them , Gcorpo continued to mo
lest nnd maltreat her , and she
was really afraid that some time
In ono of his spasms of anger , ho would kill
her. Last night ho called nt her house , and
after abusing her vilely for n while , wound
up by knocking her down and kicking her
brutally after she had fallen.
"ThU is all a intatiikc , Judge , " began
Bcplln , when asked what ho had to say.
"That woman Is a bigger liar than old An
anias himself. Three years ago I took her
out of a house of prostitution and married
tier , and I made her a good husband , too ,
juduc , and for all tlijs she rewarded mo a
few months since by taking up with another
man. She Is not the right stripe , judge ,
not by n long shot. As to our llttlo scrap
last night she got the best of It , for Instead
of my knocking her down , she beat me al
most to death with a chair , and the only way
1 escaped was by leaping from the win
"Well Hcplm. " observed the court , "I
should think you'd ' had a quantum sufllelt of
this woman long since , anil would have sense
enough to keep away from her. It's all
your own fault , nnd I think a ? 2T. flno will
infuse a llttlo ordinary acumen Into that skull
of yours. "
"Hain't that a little stoop , your honor ! "
"That's the size of It. Go sit down. "
Salt Lake and return.
The Union Pacific ,
"Tho Overland Route , "
will sell tickets from Missouri river
points for the special excursion to Salt
Lake City nnd return Juno 0 nt ono faro
( $40) ) for the round trip. Tickets going
good for llvo days , and returning llftcon
days , extreme limit thirty days. Stop
over privileges allowed within these
limits. Parties desirous of visiting
GurfloUl bench , on Great Salt Lake , the
famous watering place of the west ,
should improve the opportunity now of
Crow's Patent flour takes the lead.
The management of the Union Paci
fic "Tho Overland Route , " made a
change in the running time of its local
trains Sunday , April 29th , that will bo
hailed with delight by the residents of
"Tho Omaha and Republican Valley. "
This change Jis made in conjunction
with the St. Joseph nhd Grand Island ,
making the leaving time of No.
7 at Council Bluffs at 8:40 : a. m. . and
Omaha 9 a.m. Arriving at Valley
at 10:25 : a. m. ; it connects with the train
arriving at Valparaiso at 11:50 : a. m. ;
and at Slromsburg at 2:50 : p. m. Hero
it connects with the St. Joseph and
Grand Island train , via McCool Junc
tion and Fairlleld , arriving at Alma at
10:00 : p. m. The train running opposite
leaves Alma daily at 5:30 : a.m. , arriv
ing at Stromsburg at 12:00 : p. m. , Val
paraiso 2:30 : p. m. and Vnlloy 4:15 : p' m. ,
connecting with No. 8 arriving in
Omaha at 6:50 : p. m. and Council Bluffs
nt 0:10 : p. in. , making close connections
with till eastern trains. These trains
run through solid between Alma and
Lincoln , and passengers leaving Alma
in the morning reach Lincoln nt 3:40 : p.
m. Leaving Lincoln at 11:35 : a. in.
they arrive tit Alma at 10:00 : p. in.
Good time and throuch chair car ac
commodations makes this the most desirable -
sirablo line running into this portion of
DENOUNCE ! ) BY DOHA.
An Excltlncnnd Sctmatloiinl Escapade
at the County Jail.
Another chapter was disclosed yesterday in
the case of llttlo Dora Harmon , the thirtcen-
year-old wife , who was led from the paths of
virtue and happiness by the scoundrel Sliar-
beno , who married her under that name ,
securing the marriage license upon represen
tations that the girl was eighteen , while ho
has two other living wives with whom ho
formed marital relations under the cognom
ens of Cole nnd Phillips. The rascal is at
present languishing in the county jail await
ing trial for bigamy , and since his incarcera
tion his child wife has ocen a frequenter of
bawdy houses and has become an lucorrigablo
of the worst kind. She is now in delicate
form , nnd yesterday when she entered the
jail the meeting between her and her much
wedded husband was of a sensational and ex
citing character. Spying him in the corridor
she let loose her vials of rage and vituper
ation , and to escape the horrible shafts hurled
at him ho sought relief and shelter in his
coll. Dora is a comely looking girl , and she
was locked up In a cell ovcilooking the corri
dor , and when she could get an occasional
glimpse at Shurbeno she ilrcd hot shot into
Dora's arrest was at the instigation of her
father , and she will bo sent to the reform
Aek your grocer for Crow's High Pat
ent flour , iicsl Hour in market.
The passenger department of the
Union Pacific , "Tho Overland Route , "
has just gotten out as an advertisement
what is known as the Switchmen's
Puzzle , capable of solution in ton moves.
It faeinates all who try to solve it and
bids fair as u novelty to surpass the
great 1:1-15-14 : puzzle that created such
a craze several years ago. Send
to J. S. Tobbots , G. P. & T. A. ,
for ono of thcso little interesting and
ontortuinihg little puzzles , but bo sure
to enclose 10 cents in stamps to pay post
age on faiuno.
WHEHE IS OUHTCHEN
And the Snnio Inquiry Might Bo
lor Mr. Hupp.
Peter L.utz , who killed ono Lynch in this
city last winter in self defense , has been liv
ing for some months on a farm near Dunlap ,
la. When ho left this city his two daugh
ters , ono a young woman probably twenty-
two or three years of ago and the other a girl
In her teens , were compelled to remain hero
for a lack of funds to accompany their father.
The old man was loth to leave his youngest
daughter , as ho Is greatly attached to her ,
and promised to bond her the very lirst
money ho could make. They parted , and
Grotchen , the younger of ttio two sisters ,
went to llvo as a domestic la the homo of M.
B. Hupp , who resided ut the foot of Mason
street on the bottoms. Mary , the older
daughter , drifted away and has not
since been heard of. Two weeks ago Hupp
received a registered letter from Peter Lutz
containing , which ho was requested to
turn over to Gretchon to cnnblo her to buy
soinu needed clothes nnd to go to her father.
Waiting ton days and hearing nothing from
his beloved daughter , Lutz , through his at
torney Charles McKlnsle , wrote to the chief
of police- hero to look up Hupp , and ascertain
what had become of the girl. The matter
was referred to Detective Onnsby , who re
ported that Hupp hud suddenly bundled up
his worldly goods and loft for somewhere in
Kansas. Grotchen Lutz , however , did not
accompany Hupp , but what has become of
her cannot bo learned , However , there is a
gvuvo suspicion that the girl is in question
able hands in this city , and u thorough search
is being made for her.
The Church ofAon. .
The Church of Zlon filed articles of in
corporation with the county clerk yesterday ,
The objects of the society is "tho promotion
of the interests of religion in our midst and
thu bpreail of scriptural holiness throughout
the world , " and the iucorporators are Kll
Bcidelmun , John Lehmanii , George Maikt ) ,
August Rogcrt und John Kogcit.
I have opened my Woodruff granite
quarries and can fill all orders of almost
any .dimensions. Rock can bo boon ut
stone yards of Win. Tyler , Lincoln ,
Nob. , , TIIOS PitlCJi.
Continental Clothing Hous
Special Sale of Riverside Worsted Suits , Price $12.
Special Sale of Sawyer "Woolen Go's. Cassimere Suits , Price $12.
Special Sale of Dolaii Cassimere Suits , Price $ ,8C
Every Visitor to Omaha Talks About the Continental Clothing- House
The Bale of tro Sawyer Woolen Co.'a
flno Cassimoro Suits , which is contin
ued this week has been unprecedented
but of equal importance , Itowovor , and
of oven greater interest in our great
sale of flno 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 Dress' Suits
which for dress purposes are strictly cor
rect in every respect , and the most popu
lar and durable goods sold in this coun
RIVERSIDE WORSTED' ' SOUS ,
LOT NO. 1. We offer 200 of. the above
named goods made by the RIVERSIDE
MILLS CO. , made up in a 4 button
cut-a-way Frock suit , and in the most
thorough manner , suitable for dress
suite. They are goods which wo have
sold regularly for $18. but wo offer them
this week to close at the extremely low
price of $12 per biiit. The color is plain
black , edges bound , and every suit would
bo worth in the regular way 818 ; as the
lot is not largo they will be closed this
week. Send in your order at once if
you want ono.
giving buyers the privilege of examining goods before
seeing any article of merchandise in our stock at
goods to us at our expense. Money for all amounts exceeding S10 may bo returned at our expense.
TRY THIS ARRANGEMENT. For yearswe have sent goods all over the United States in this manner by express with the most satisfactory-
results. You take no risks. Exarrune.the goods , and return them at our expense if they do not please you.
OMAHA BOSTON FreelandL , Loomis & Co.
DES MOINES Proprietors ;
Corner Fifteenth , and Douglas Streets , Oinalia , Nebraska.
AN KNGIjlSIl EMBE/ZLiKn.
The Probabilities Arc That He is In
Chief of Police Scavoy is in receipt of n
letter Irom the inspector of police , London ,
England , asking that nn effort bo made to
look up nnd urrcst ono 'William Horden , who
is wanted In London for the embez/lcmcnt of
JC5.000 , and who is supposed to bo in this part
of the country. A couple of photographs of
the young thief , together with a detailed
description , accompanied the commun
ication tro in the British inspector. As a
strange coincidence there wus a suspicious
character arraigned before the police court
this morning , who bore a striking rcscra-
bluneo to liordcn , but this fact was not dis
covered until the prisoner had been
discharged and had left the court
room. Then It was that this remaruhlo
similitude between the man and the likeness
was remembered , and comparing notes , a
very well founded opinion prevailed among
the oOiccrs that they might bo ono and the
same parties. The prisoner this morning
was a tall , good looking blonde , well dressed
and well educated. Ho said ho came hero
from Lincoln to purchase several billiard
tables for a hotel there , but extraordinary ns
it may seem ho couldn't ' remember the name
of the hotel , as ho had Just taken a position
there. Ho wora a handsome diuiond stud ,
and a flno gold watch and chain , and hnil
plenty of the Rtuft that propolis the female
equine. Although , quite suspicious , there
wcro no grounds to hold him , and ho was
discharged. And now the police are souring
the city for him again.
Ladies who value a refined complex
ion must use Pozzoni'a Powder it pro
duces a boft and beautiful skin.
A Mttlo Uy-I'lay.
F. J. Kinney , an expressman , carelessly
backed his vehicle into B. Pnrnsworth's hack
at the ball grounds yesterday afternoon ,
making the hackmnn thereby very angry.
Ono word brought on another nnd the two
wcro shortly engaged in a red hot flat fight.
For nwhilo the single-handed contest was of
creator interest to the bystanders than that
between the forces on the diamond. Hut
before any bets could bo put up ou the out
come , a policeman most inopportunely ap
peared , and the belligcrantswcio transported
to the central station.
Crow's Superlative Hour ; bakers want
Thlspowaer never varies. A marveiorpurt-
tr.streiiBth and wholosoraenosa. More ecouotn
tcaltbantlu ordinary kinds , and cana ° t to
iBcompeUUon vrltn the multitude of low , cost.
abort weight alu in or ptiotphite powders.
* " * ' Powdorco.
LOT NO. 2. Stock No. 4048 , 4049 and
4050. Imported Whipcord Suits made
in a 4 button cut-a-way style only , in
regular sizes from 35 to 42. This suit
was made in our own machine room dur
ing last sixty days , nnd the cut and make
of this suit is ns correct for dress pur
poses as it is possible to have them , and
as the present month is the month of all
the year when pcoplonrothinkingabout
dress suits , wo claim that this lot of wors
ted suits is absolutely the most desira
ble that it has ever been our privilege
to offer the public. This garment wna
made UD to sell in our stock for $22 , but
as ono of the lending bargains for this
wool : it is offered nt the ridiculously
low price of $15. Wo unhesitatingly
claim that the average retail price of
this suit is never less than $22.
Of these two lots , which are small ,
particularly lot No. 2 , which was adver
tised as lot No. 1 , in our advertisement
of last week , wo can send no samples "of
either lot , but as long as they last. Sam
ple suits will bo bent by express C. 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 advertisements represent
different goods. In ordering mention
the No. of the lot and the date of the
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Continuation of IDC Sale of the Sawyer
Woolen Cojs Fabrics ,
There arc only two colorings left on
these celebrated suitlnga , and wo ofTor
them until they nro entirely closed out
nt the sumo unapproachable low price of
S12 per suit. No more dual ruble mater
ial can bo offered for a business suit than
tlicsp goods are , being purely all wool
fabrics , und goods that luivo stood the
test for years.
LOT NO. 3. In this lot wo have
nbout 100 suits left in Single Breasted
Saek Coats , in sizes 35 to ! i. The very
bent Sawyer Woolen Co.'s Double and
Twist Spring Sulti ngsnowlightgroy and
brown mixture , just made up in our very
best manner , and never during the
twelve years that wo have been selling
this suit has it been placed on our coun
ters at less than $18.
The celebrated Sawyer Woolen Co. ,
of Dover , N. U. , needs no commendation
from us , but wo unhesitatingly pronounce -
nounco thomjLho best manufacturers of
fine all Wool Suitings in Now England.
No shoddy flocks or cotton used in any
of their fabrics. Do not forgot the price
LOT NO.J. . 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 checic pat
tern , ono of the most popular styles the
mill has over made , suitable for either
dross or business purpo&es. Single
Breasted Sacks , regular sizes in Spring
weight , at the same extremely low price
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With Privilege of
All Wool Pants ,
both light nnd dark
colors , in sizes ISO to
42 waist and BO to 34
leg measure. Also
a very largo line of
bettor grades of
Pan ts ranging in
price from $2.50 to
$8. Our * . > "Z to $ / >
Pants are extra good
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Ik'lolt , Winoiiu , La Crosses
And all other Important points Knit , Nortbouit and
For througu tlcirti call on tbe ticket apsnt t 1M1
Faruaiu street , In liatker llluck , or at Union 1'acllla
rulfraan Sleepers and the Hnett Dining . . . . Can < In . th . . .
- - .
worTJnrurunoH I be main line of tbo Cbicatf. Nil
waukco 4. tit I'aul railway , and every all 3Um ! Ute
to pancngeri by courtcou > cuiployci Cf tua
tomnanr. U. Mll.I.KIl. General Miitiae r. ,
J. IT atlCKUll , AnlitiittO iiVralManiyer. |
A. V. U Oilil'KNTiiK , Otnaml 1'aiteiiiier and
(5ieo Ek'liAKKOUD ? : , Anletont Qcucral ramoge/
anaiick t Agvni.
S. K , FELTOH & CO. ,
Miter f orls Coiilractors
And JIanufacturera' Atcents for
WATER WORKS SUPPLIES.
Of all descriptions.
Hydraulic Engines , Surveys. De
tail Plans and Specifications.
Furnished on Short Notice.
Office , Straus's ' MlflniE , Foortti Floor ,
OMAHA , JffiBBASKA , -
Wo commence the ealo this week of
about 1000 Suits of the celebrated Dolnn
Casslmorcs , in regular sizes 34 to 44 ,
comprising four dilTuront styles and
mixtures at the extraordinary low price
of $8 per suit. Thcso are strictly all
wool goods , free from shoddy , durable
and right In every respect. No suit in
this lot over to bo retailed for less than
$12 , but wo offer- this as an attractive
bargain in Men's low priced business
Send for samples of these goodsboforo
ordering them , wo will gladly send sam
ple of cloth to any address , or wo would
much prefer to send a sample suit , so
that the manner of making and trim
ming can bo scon. Wo would recom
mend , however , that self measurement
blanks bo sent for lirst , so that a sninplo
suit may bo bent 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
these goods. Remember , the price I
Dit. E. C. WEST'S NEavr. AND DRAIN TRBA
JIE.NT , a guaranteed specific for Hysteria , Dlzifr'
ness. Convulsions , J < lts , Nervoim Nuuraljfldfl
Headache , Nervous Prostration , caused byl *
use of alcohol or tobacco. Wak fulne s , Mem.
Depression , Softening of the Ilraln , resulting !
Insanity , and leading to mlhcry , decay ulj
death , I'rematuro Old Ago , llarremiess. Loss
1'ower In olthur SHT , Involuntary l.oHhou ani
BiicrinatnrhuMi caused by over-cxcrtlou of tha"
brain , self-abUBo or orer-lndulgent1 * . Kncb boS ;
contains one month's treatment. ll.Ot ) n l > or. OB
six boxes for $5.00 , sent by mull prepaid on r -
celpt of price.
AVE GUARANTEE SIX BOXKB
To cure nuy case. With each order received bjt
us for six boxes , accompanied with M.OO , tr < r
will rend the ptirchaiar our mitten Kimrant * ,
toiefundtho money If the treatment does cop' '
effect n cure. ( Jiiarantoes Issued only by C. iV
GOODMAN. DruKKlst , Sole Axeut , lllfl I'urnant
fctreut , Omaha , Neb.
Hlialcvltch , Fletcher It Co. , Cincinnati , 0 ,
Tor mle for tlio folio * IIIK < l < > nler > lllrlmnlxm Drug
ro.lllukf , llriico * Co. , AUIer & Heller. ( UuJUooS
llio \ Co , Krunk Dollone \ Oo , It 11 , ( irottt ) , oit
all wlioleniln and relnll ilnu-glsta , liquor iKuleri aqcl
Hlnu juerclmiun every wluru. '
GOLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION ISIS.
THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS ,
E.T.Allen , M. D./
Ilomojojiathlc Specialist ,
EYE AND NOSE ,
fc'pectaclea Accurately Prescribed.
MAMOJ4 BL'K. , OMJ.I1JL
ir. j. QAi.nnA.iTn.
Surgeon and Physician ,
Office XV Curlier lUh and llouglui Ht. OfUoe
telephone , 105 ; Uublduuui tulo Uoue , 6C3.
SUCCESS IN SPECULATION ,
A NKW WOlt K The mo t complete everpuVf
1ml. B ( ) , devoted to tlio luircliaBd ttnd a lie of utocka/
bond * , etc , DecUloiu of thq courts r B rdln4
stock < Klei , broken ) and bucket ilioim ,
Utloa of the stock murket , cau > of panic , ctpJ
How , when , and what to puicbtfte and eeUI
bend pontiiaM on receipt or l > Uo. , by tlie /J
BTAIJUAKU PUBLlglliyq CO. , Albany. N. Y.
PEERLEoS DTE $
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