Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 21, 1888, Page 8, Image 8

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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , JUNE 21. 1888
THE CITY.
The Internal rcVenuo collections ycs-
lerdny nmountcil to $7,810.40. ,
Forest King , Belle K , Trouble nml
Miss Edwnrds , the famous running
horses , \\cro nhipncd to Chicago via the
13. & M. yesterday.
William 0. Frioborp , the gny young
man who worked BO many of his unso
phisticated chnnco ncquaintnnccs on
the draft racket , fully reported in Tin :
BKB soinn some days ago , is said to bo
sojourning in Sioux Oily , la. Liberal
nnd workable grcenlo * of that burg had
bettor give him a wide berth.
Charles Nelson , living at Sixth and
Pacific streets , hud a narrow escape
from being suffocated by escaping gas
from the main in front of the Pa.xton
yesterday afternoon. A trench had
been dug , and ho was engaged in re
pairing a leak when ho was overcome
and fell in a stupor. Kelson was quickly
released by his holnora , and carried to
the sidewalk whore he was restored to
consciousness by u passing physician.
Personal I'm-iujrapli1) .
.T. P. Ellis , of Pontal , Neb. , is at tlio Mil-
lard.
lard.C.
C. H. Gardiner , of O'Nell , Neb. , Is nt the
MlllnrU.
F. A. lloilgimin , of Lincoln , Neb. , is at the
MillarU.
C. 1 * . Edwards , of Auburn , Neb. , Is at the
Mtlliml.
A. H. Asliliiiul , of Hralnard , Neb. , li at the
W. H. Taylor , of Lincoln , Neb. , Is at the
1'axton ,
N. U. Sanford , of Avocn , Neb. , Is at the
Paxton.
F. O. Ideal , of Albion , Neb. , Is at the
Windsor.
S. W. Wigton , of Ponca , Nrb. , Is nt the
Windsor.
F. P. Jones , of Tobias , Nob. , is at the
Wlndior.
W. H. Harrison , of Grand Island , Neb. , is
nt the Paxton.
Charles E. Ohlsen and wife , of Hooper ,
Neb. , are at the Windsor.
Colonel W. 15. Luno anil wlfo , of the United
States army , are at the Paston.
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Messrs. Ous States nnd A. 1C. Webster , o
Lincoln , Nob. , are nt tlio Windsor.
Messrs. C. P. Olson ami D. C. Wocdrlng ,
of Lincoln , Neb. , nro nt the Windsor.
Abram Sherwood , of St. John , N. 13. , who
has bcon visiting friemts hero and in the
west , left Tuusilny afternoon for his homo.
J. A. Dcavcr , ono of the oldest Pullman
car conductors on the Union Pncilli ; . loft j cs-
terihiy afternoon for u month's visit with tils
folks In New York.
Charles Tternoy , with his grip full of sam
ples for his Nebraska , Colorado and Wyom
ing customers , went west jcsterdny on
his usual ninety day trip.
John Sullivan , one of the pioneers of the
Bradford , Pn , oil Holds , but now a resident
of Towanda , Pa. , is in tlio city visiting Dr.
J. N. KInslcr nnd former acquaintances.
f Mr. Euclid Mnrtin , resident partner of
Parlin , Orendorff , Martin & Co. , accompa
nied by Mrs. Martin , started yesterday
morning on a ten tints' trip through the
mountains of Colorado.
William II. Fetter , the energetic joung
billing clerk for Purlin , Orondorrt , Martin &
Co. , of this city , is about to go on the road ,
and for a short time cast his lot with the
"knights of the grip sack. "
M. T. Howard representing Crnno Rros.
Manufacturing company , of Chicago , started
for Butte City , M. T. , where ho expects to
make a large sale to the city. Mike is. a pop
ular salesman and hard worker.
Lieutenant ArrowMmth , of the Second in
fantry , has been granted a leave of ab&cnco
of flUcon days. Ho will visit St. Louis ,
where ho will attend the marringo of Lieu
tenant Johnston , of the Sixteenth infantry.
At the Hotel Barker J. C. Morton , Es-
canava , Mich. ; I. II. Hcaloy , Now Jersey ;
J. H. Mills , DCS Moincs , la. ; J. S. Stow ,
Cedar Haplds : James " Sayro , Utica , N. Y. ;
S. N. Stewart and"vife , Philadelphia.
Lieutenant Seanlon , Company A , Third
rcgincnt , N. N. G. , has bcon granted a. leave
of absence for ono month , which ho intends
to spend In the mountains. Joe claims he is
ioliig to look for Indians , but these who are
in a position to know , say that the lieutenant
has other objects in view which he hopes to
accomplish. _
Itlrt Inlay Surprise Party.
Miss Lou Simpson , the daughter of Cat > -
tam John Simpson , was surprised by her
friends Tuesday night with a supper party
nt the Millnrd hotel , the occ ision being her
tenth birthday. The supper was a very
pleasant affair , after which the gnosts all
went out to the fort to siKJiid the evening.
A Bnmier Kor the Giinrdo.
A number of the prominent ladies of the
city , among whom are Mrs , Wilson , Mrs.
Carter , Mrs. General Brooks , Mrs , Gardner ,
Mrs. Orr , Mr Sliivorick , nnd others , are ar
ranging for a moonlight picnic to bo held
next Friday night at Ilanscom park. The
chief entertainment of the evening will ho
dancing. The entertainment is given to
raise wonoi to purchabo n stand of colors
for the Omaha guards.
Tlio MicMnii Picnic.
The Omaha City Mlssslon Sunday school
will give a picnic at Hunscom park next Sat
urday. Provisions necossiry to provide the
children with un inviting dinner will bo so
licited from friends of the school. Those de
siring to contribute anything of the kind can
leave tlio fiiimo at Fleming's ' grocorv store ,
HOI Douglas * ; at the Mission building on
Tenth , or address a postal card to L. G.
Chnrlton , 1510 Dodge , and the provisions
will bo culled for.
Cnrmitl lly a Justice.
Mrs. II , Mayor , who lives on Seventh nnd
Pacific , brings charges against Justice
O'Connoll nnd his son , who acts as his con
stable , of actions unbecoming not only In
tilHciulii but also in gentlemen. She claims
that both father mid t > on cursed and reviled
her without any CUUHO whatever but their
iiatunil depravity. Warrants were Bworn
out for their arrest , and shortly afterwards
the bquho found himself a prisoner Instead
of it dispenser of the law.
Tliero WUH No Prosecution.
Sam Hoborts and Fred Kennedy , who weio
charged with being the gamblers who fleeced
a Mr. Colby out of $ MO last week , were dis
missed yesterday afternoon in the police
couit for want of prosecution. The trial
was originally llxcd for Tuesday afternoon ,
but us the prosecuting witness fulled to ap
pear u continuant-it was given until yesterday -
day , This time both plaintiff and prosecut
ing attorney failed to show up , and tliu mun
wcio iclcascd.
on Sunday ,
Archie McCoy a joung man about twenty-
one years of ago , icsldtng with his parents at
the north west corner of Eighteenth nnd Plcri'o
streets , went to the turnvcrcin picnic to Ne
braska City , on Sunday last , nnd has not
elnco been hcaid from by his parents or
friends hero. Hq was seen on the platform
of ono of the curb when the train was but a
few miles from Its destination , by a liuu
man , but not afterwards noticed on the
groundb. Hlb father went to Nebraska City
yesterday afternoon , to niako Inquiries f r
him. IIoiMisn helper in Wlhpti's boiler
works Nineteenth and Pierce.
Kum > ISnoiifjli I' < ir I'oiiltrntlary.
Deputy United States Marshal Ed Allen
loft for Washington yesterday afternoon and
will return in a week with PotorOioss The
latter was found guilty of perjury In tbo
United Stales court hero In February last in
suit for damages nguiiiht the United States.
Immediately after the retuining of the ver
dict Gross was taken with u lit and soon
thereafter was pronounced insano. Ho wai
sent to tlio government hospital for the in
cline at Wusnlnston where ho lius. sincere -
mail ed Superintendent Godding of the in
stitute Ims announced that ho has recovered ,
nnd Attorney General Gailaufl orders his
icmoval to this couit for sentence. Hi * son ,
convicted of the sumo chaiTu , is now impris
oned lu the penitentiary at Sioux Falls , Dak.
TlioGovernor's VU't.
Governor Thayer was in tbo Mty yesterday
inlieturj.cd ( lotno last evc > ff. HO ouma
to confer with General Brooke , of the army ,
in order to ascertain when nnd whcro the
yearly camp of the regulars will bo held. It
has bcon determined logo Into camp Septem
ber I at Kearney.
The governor said that It had been decided
to hold the stntc encampment of the Na
tional Guards nt the same time and place.
Part of the governor's business liero nlio
was to arrange with the railroads for the
prompt shipment of tents which ho will ten
der for the use of the various G. A. H. re
unions to bo held in the fall at Norfolk , At
kinson , 'Broken Bow , and the state line
icunion nt Hardy , near the southern border
of the slate. The tents nro transported free
by the railroads.
Smoke Kohlenberg's Figaro nnd got
the best 5-cont cigar In the world ,
Meyer & Co. , wholesale depot.
AMU8I3MI3XT.S.
"Cinderella's" Secoml Appearance nt
the Itnyd I < ast Night.
The second , appearance of the girl with
the glass slipper occurred nt Boyd's opera
house last night nnd was n great improve
ment over the first production. "Cinderella"
is n neat llttlo opera , and under the super
vision of Mrs. lion ton the 500 little ones nro
doing excellent work.
For Nervous Kxlinustloti
Unt > HoiMt'oril'H Acid I'liosplititc.
Dr. H. 0. McCov , Algona. In. , says : "j
have used It In cases of dyspepsia , nervous
exhaustion and wnkofulncss , with pleasant
results. Also think It of great service in de
pressed condition of the system resulting
rom biliary derangement. "
C. Leo Slaub , Architect and Supt. ,
ollico 101 ! ) Howard ; 1(1 ( years' experi
ence. Fine , stylish buildings a spoc-
ialty.
KHPUItMCANS.
Union Pacific.
"THE OVKRLANI ) ROUTE , "
Will soil through tickets ut rate of ono
fare for the round trip , from points in
Nebraska mid Kansas , to parties desir
ing to attend the National Republican
Convention to bo held in Chicago Juno
Iflth. Tickets good going Juno 10th to
10th , and returning Juno i > 0th to 2oth
inclusive , with continuous passage only
in each direction.
APTUR 1IKK ASSUtMUU HUSBAND.
Rosa Cnllniiiorc Asks tlio Court for n
Man.
A pretty llttlo widow dressed in full black
occupied a scat in the police court yesterday
morning duringtho ] trial of the ordinary crim
inals. She was waiting to present her case
to the c-ourt and ask that B. H. Finncy bo
arrested and held to answer charges
that she will bring against
bim at a later date. She was iccommenilcd
to Justice Krocgcr's court for jurisdiction.
She gave her name as Mrs. Uosa Callamorc ,
and her home is In Valisca , Crawford county ,
In. , whcro her father is n prominent mer
chant. She was in this city some
months ago , nnd while hero mot
B. II. Finncy , a telegraph operator nt the
transfer. When she went to return to her
home some weeks ago ho met her ut the depot
and persuaded her to return to this city. She
did so and they stopped at ono of the hotels ,
whore they registered as man and wife ,
After hor'ieturn homo she began to vcallzo
her condition and sent a number of
letters to her would-be lover , which
were never answered. She appeared in
Justice Krocgcr's court yesterday to have
Finncy answer a warrant for his arrest and
also see what action he will take toward car
ing for herself and her child when it is born.
Auction ! Auction ! Auction !
The entire contents of an eight room
house , 1312 Dodge &l , between liith and
14th &ts , Thursday morning. Juno ill , at
10 o'clock ; line parlor sots , bedroom sets ,
carpetfi , chairs , line run go , kitchen
and dining room furniture. Don't
thin bale.
& FitE'nvKiVL ,
Auctioneers.
The wife of John Powers , the well known
cooper at the corner of Sixth and Center
streets , < lid about two weeks ago and was
followed in death , yesterday , by her infant
son. The interment will take place
this afternoon at U o'clock in Holy Sc
pulchrc.
CVNVINOIUM.
The remains of Mrs. John Cunningham
woio followed by a number of her friends to
Holy SepuUhrc cemetery and laid In a neat
casket on which abcautiful cross emblem was
placed. Mass was said by Father Kelley , of
the cathedral , the ladies of that choir assist
ing. Mrs. Cunningham came to Omaha from
Summer vrllc , Prince Edward ihland , nine
months ago expecting to recover her health ,
and during the short time she lived here her
many \ntucs and amiable disposition eu
dcared many sincere trlends who remained
by her side during her last Illness.
The UnlonT'iiiulllo Unilwny.
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE , "
lias arranged to stop all buburban
IraiiiH atQ fatroot , Soutli Omnlia. to hotter -
tor accommodate the constantly incrciib-
ing suburban travel.
THIS CAPr.YIN CONHUSKS. .
TiroHalVntIon ( Army Ohlcttaiii Jloaiil
From.
Captain Cadognn , the war of tiio local
division of the blood and lire warriors , called
at Tun BIK : ollico yesterday and stated
that there was no such person in the rank
and Illo of his cohorts ns the one described
uy Henry Sims In the account of his adven
ture yesterday. Notwithstanding his asser
tion there is a woman In the army who looks
very much like the femnlo described by
Sims , but whether or not nho is the siren
who collared the granger's ducats can only
bo dec-idea by tlio vU-tim himself.
Absolutely Pure-
This powilcr nerer vurles A marvel of purity ,
strength anil \ \ \\Iioleboinui\ \ ( i > . More tcouomic
tlmu t ie oiillnury Uniu alul cannot be sold iu
( oi.iiiclUluuni'h ' tlmihitltltudentluM tett.khort
velaht alum i phwplialu powiUis. , * u/tl / onluin
cam , lie Ai. lUuiNU I'OWUCK U ) . , lOu \SRllbc. ,
New VorU.
T/E.
tlSURANGE
Iloiuu 03 Trailers' J
CHICAGO.
Reretenrct Mctrcrtlllau Nuilm.tl liaiik.
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riiiir < "riKKSKii.r. Mir.muv APADCMV
A j-cn > k I oii-lluiUon. N Y f-euU fo
HOT WEATHER
A visit to our second floor where we keep our Summer Clothing , will
convince you- that we are selling more light Coats and Veststhan prob
ably all the clothiers in town together. The reason is simply because
we sell them at about one-half the price. We did not brag halt enough
about them last week. Every customer admits that this Summer
Goods Sale is without a parallel. Those Flannel and Seersucker
Coat and Vests we sell at 75c , are going off rapidly. The patterns
are so nice , and they fit so well , one could not be duplicated in any
clothing house in the city for less than double the money. Merchants
from the interior send for these goods as they are far cheaper than
they can'buy them in the wholesale market , but we refuse to sell them
in quantities , as we only cater for retail trade.
In 4uMition to the "bargains offered last week , and the sale of winch will be continued
this week , until all are closed out , we make today one of the choicest offerings o the
season , in an extra fine coat and vest , made of genuine French llannel , in exquisite pat
terns. These goods were gotten up for the very finest trade and are usually only handled
by the finest houses in large cities , who ask from $ S to S10 for such a coat and vest. At
the price wo own them , we can afford to sell them for $4 ; ono half of their real value. -
We only have a limited quantity of them.
In Mens' Summer Underwear , we carry the largest line in the city and buy only from
the manufacturers , which places our prices below all competition.
Mens1 Novia Game Shirts at 15c each.
Balbriggan Shirts and JUrawers , at 25c each.
Fine Balbriggan Shirts , with French neck and finished seams and patent drawers , at
35c each. These goods are usually sold at GOc.
"Natural wool summer Shirts and Drawers at 35c.
Fine Jean Drawers , with reinforced seats at 40c. .
Iir our hat department we offer this week , a large lot of good cloth summer Hats , in
nice light colors and latest shapes , at 50c. These are usually sold by all hat stores at $1.
One Price Only. No Deviation ,
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Cor. i4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha ,
CALIFORNIA !
THE LA.ND OF
DISCOVER ] ES.
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tATARRH
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Santa Abie : and : Cat-R-Cnre
For Sale by
Goodman DruoCo ,
SOME DOCTORS
hnncFtly admit that they can't cure
Ilheuuutism nnd Neuralgia. Otheis
say they can but don't. At'.i-lo-
iiho-ros HayH nothing but cures ,
That's the swrtt of its mcccss.
Years of trial hnve proied it to bo
a ijuicf : , safe , sure cure.
Concord , N. H . Sept. 3.1W
IninynwnlMinlj AtliloiiliuninttaHiioed
OH a ] a t lf rl , tliu iihtr liulPK Kudi-ud
iroiu ilii-uiniliMn lor JC.IIH uiitl lia\lur
bctn Irmticl fur tlin dirvoM ) liy illl'i rent
I'lijtlclalin in tliiu Htillo uiul Mabf..i hu.
wtm nitliinit CM n temiiorary ulitf
Upon my itHixiMiuonlaUoii.iorf 1 of pro.
pie tuvMMhl thlH n medj * iii ) tbn MHIO
rtnuUa cU.incd f or It. C H. UIUON.
DnbiKpio , Iowa. Jan , .
Atllll | > llOlMll.lIIIIllIlliUli | l-IIIVll ! IHOf !
ner\o i hfnUrli ? nml 1 ttUunkful lor
all tUu HU LI it IMK iloiio inc.
sir ?
iK-Scnil Gccnls fur t'n' ' ln-iuuifiil coIoieJ pic
ture , ' Mix ! li MniiUn. "
THEATHLOPhOROS CO. 112 Wall St. N.Y.
qnfS CINQStt TONIC without dour.
luaUimiHiunti | tItat cme whuitill t'lt-ofiilt .
Inill ttllcn , Jnv\nrtl 1'tiiiK , JlihauMIoii , Jn aluablo fur
JtI outnatUm , 1finuluinkntttti , and alt pnfns ami ilU-
crtlwrji of llio blomucU vtiii lloutlit , &M , at PnvffUts.
FLORESTOM COLOGNE :
Vo r Kr : yrmit ani J i.itiucof I'tiifunits , J'-c. liri'ctrlvta.
THEM ?
Will buy ono of
our nobby bprlng
Suits in WorsteU.I
line Casbiinoro , or
Scotch Clioviots
JAV i MM MB ,
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\ 01 coloi-H and stylos.
V m 1A
neuUmrffnins tliat ,
ciinnot fail to bo !
% f npprcciatud by the
( liscorning. W o
nro tuvuro thnt IN-
IIXI'KNSIVU goodSi
nro largely adver
tised tills scuion ,
but all of thorn
ciinnot Etniul the
Qtest of close in- ,
spcction. Y\'o nsk our customers toi
cMiiuino our stock , nnd thus fciitisfyl
thenisclvcfa of its quality uncl our ,
veracity. . t
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etie Beits !
The Grandest Triumph of Eicclric Science
Gcctlenca's Belt Dost S'fnHfla Sc'8nl'fica"y ' ' Hade and Practically Applied. |
with Electric
DISMSES CURED WITHOUT MEDICINES.
IT WILL
n.n rf"fl/ F/"irClDni
ALLEL8E FAILS.
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Murray.N pervlllnn.i r. J , Abbott , supt. cltywati'rworlts.Boctiniinci.Ind t Kobt. R. Sampson.Chicago
cost office : L. l > . MoMlch l , H. D , Budu.t ) . K. y. " Your belt n i accompllf bed what no nthcr rrnndy haai
Headr nervra and oomrartablotlccp at night. " Bobt. Ilall , nlderuian , 16O Kant SKlUStruot , Ho York
* IJOlHE'S1ELECTRO i' ' 10 ? ? ! -0--
_ . . . , _ . . . . „ . ELECTRO ESflSKETEC BELT troroetrons or mildQBtho wearermr j div
lrei protfocoii continuous current ) conrori electricity thronnh the body on tbo non i. It curea aiscases
br ( fcnerotlntc * contlnnoun currentotclocfrlclly ( IO or lOhouniout of t ) thraugbout the b'n n nystcra ,
allnylnsoJlncrYousneMimmedlittlf- producinft a now clrculnUon of the Ufa forccj-tho blood , Ira-
pnrtlnff rigor , etrengtn , energy nnd ko > 1th , wbrn nil other treatment has failed. The merits ol thli ecleu-
tinoHeitarobelnBrccoBnlteuandlndortodbythouaandswhomltbai cured.
HKFEItKNCta-Any bank , commerciiilntrency or wholesale ho < iso In ChlcoffOi wholesale druggists ,
SanJ'rancl.ooandChlcjwrt. ttrsend wnpfor 1 IBpft 6llluslratcd pamphlet.
fff. Inventor and Manufacturer , lot Wubotb ATcntto
i RUPTURE BR. HQHHE'S lELESTBQ.r GHETiG BELT-TRUSS.
CHICHESTER'SENGLISHADIA OWD BRAMD
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kTHE ORIGINAL.THC ONLY . . - . . -
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iSvBEWAnc OF WORTHLESS IMITAHONS :
'Ii5 ' > ASK DRUGGIST FOR RjICHESTEn'S EMGL
w SAFF LWAYSRELIABIE.TO LADIES , , DIAMOND : . : . ; .
IHDISPENSABLE.SOLD BY ALL DRUOSISI5 ? > ' on IHCLOSE 4f ( STAMP : ) i
ASK FOB DIAMOND DR/.flD.CtHCHESTEffStl.ClJJHV r/OH PARTICULARS
/ NOTAKEWJ OTHER SEE SltNATURCOII EVCPY BOX. ' /IN LCTTtn Or nETUPN M IL
ICHICHCSTCRCHEMICAlCOSOLEPMf VABISCN SQJHILA.PA , SEE SISK'ATUI'COH CVO1V BOX
ii-siutiTrD WRITTEN TESTIMOWALS AHO ovtn men LADIES WHO HAVE USED
niC rsrrjnE : LlSll.DlAUDKDaKANaPENMYnOYAL PILLS WITH SUCCESS.
( NACQUAISTED WITH THE CCOGnAPHVOF WC CO'JhTRV Will
CDTAIN MUCH INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS M P CF THE
CHICAGO , BOCK ISIAHD& PACIFIC R'l
Its main lines and branches Include GOTO Ad O ,
PEOHIA. MOIiNE. HOCK ISLAND , DAVXN-
POUT. DEB MOINEQ , COUKOIL BLUFFS , HUB-
OATINB. KANSAB OrTV. QT. JOSEPH. LEAV-
EJTV70RTU. ATCUISOIT. CEDAR HAPIDO.
WATEHLOO , lOKNEAPOLIfl. and 81. PATJI/ .
end ecorca of Intermediate ) cities. Choice o (
routes to and from the Pncluo Coast All trans
fers in Union depots. Faat trains of FIDO Day
Occcbca , clcsnnt Dining Cars , inaeniflcoa. Pull
man Palace Blvcpore , and , ( botwccn Chicago , Bt.
Joseph , Atchlaon and Kiinsaa City ) Uocliuluij
Chair Cars , Seats Free , to tildera of turoush
llrst-claeo tlckcta.
Chicago , Kansas & Plobrasha R'y
"Croat Roolt iBlancl Routo. "
Extends West and Southwest ft em Kansas City
and Bt Joaepb to HEL80N , BOHTON. , I3ELLK-
VTLLE , TOPEKA , HEUINQTON , WICIUTA ,
HUTCniUaON , CALDWEU * and all points In
KAHSAO AND SOUTHERN NBBRABKA
and beyond. Entire pasaangcr equipment of tha
celcbruttd Pulltnan manufacture. All safety ap-
pllnnceB and modem tmprovomonls ,
The Famous Albert Loa Route
la the favorlto between Chicago , Rock Island ,
Atchlcon , Kancas City and Minneapolis amlBt.
Paul. Its Watcrtown branch traverses ths ureat
"WHEAT AMD DAIRY BELT"
of Northern Iowa , Southwestern Minnesota , and
East Central Dakota to Watertown , Spirit I.ako ,
Cloux Tolls and man ; other towns and cities ,
Tbo Chart I4no vlft Benoca and Kankakca oiTera
tuperior facilities to travel to find from Indian-
opolla , Clnclnnal 1 end other Boutborn points.
For Tickets , Zffaps , Fclders , ordeslrtd informa
tion , apply at any Coupon Ticket Otllco or address
E. ST. JOHN , K.A. HOLOROOK ,
WE A K M B KT ! JfflSSSSSS"
fioclv. - - - iOtl. Eiu tiniiOliKt < iTEK T
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ftUli pvciScpurpuio , CUftloy
r . . uou * liiliiL teething current ! of
f \\j \ \ directUimufa ] all wtik parti rtitor *
* | u hrallU anU V.f uioui &rrcit2ih. Llectrio
-'Mnitnty ] or wefoffit * * few In ck.h.
[ our Ml otker Lrlu.Voril cuciper
HIurn 117 rurcu m iu-tCmoBini rtaUu i imphlit c , ruinn
* hs Ssnden Elect , iu Co. 169 Lisilie el , r '
ron
Eed Bttg'i Roach : ? , Ants , Fleas
i CH * ' \ An(1 ( "ny ° " 'cl' lnsect , uao
InfalliblB 'in'secrPowder ,
/ f \ A l o contracts taken for clean-
lug hotelhosii1l"lsan''Prlv te i calcium e from
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General 1'utecge/
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
INSTITUTE
N. W. Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts , Omaha , Neb ;
4
CAUTION Designing persons , talcing ndvnntiec of our reputation ,
nro constantly f-tni-tlnu IJOKUS nicilloal KstnMlHlmicntH to Upcrlvo stran-
cn-9 vlsltlnir the city. TIICHO pretenders usually ( llsniipunr In n few
xvcoks. lli-ivnro of them their . ' ,
or runners or IIKCIIIH. 'jc omaliii iM-il-
lool mill Mursrlcnl Institute Is the only ( Mtnnllslicd IMctllcnl Institute lit
Oinnlm , Dr. MoMcnmnjr , Proprietor. When you inn Ice up > our inliiil to
visit ua mnko n incmnrnmltim of our cxnut mldrcHu , anil thus nave
trouble , delay or mistakes.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALL
AND DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR.
DR. J. ff. MclNitl ! , Physician and Surgeon in
TWEXTtf YEA5SS' HOSPITAL ASM PKI4 A.TK VI
Assisted iiy a Unto of Competent , Skillful anit Expericncsl Physicians anil Silicons.
Particular Attention iialil to Deformities , Diseases of Women , lI ) ra es of the Urinary
nml Sexuul Organs , I'rhnto Diseases , Diseases of the Xorvons Sjtem ,
Lung nml Throat Disease" . Surgical Operations , Epilepsy or
rit , Pile , Cancers , Tumors , lite.
More money invested ; more skillful physicians and surgeons employed , more patients
treated ; more cures effected ; more modern improved instruments , apparatus and appli
ances tlian can be found in all other intiitnarics , institutes or dispensaries in the west
combined. Largest and most complete Medical Institute or Hospital in the west. Fifty
newly furnished , well warmed and ventilated rooms foi patients , three skilled physician *
always in the building , All kinds of diseases treated : n the most scientific manner.
ffc Mannliicliii'0 Surgical Braces for
Supporters , Electrical Batteries , and can supply physicians or patients any appliance.
remedy or instrutiv nt known. Call and consult us , or wiitc for ciiculais upon all sub- ,
jccts , with list of questions for patients to answer Thousands tieatcd successfully by
conesponiJencc. We have supeiior advantages and facilities lor treating diseases per
forming surgical operations and nursing patients , wliirli , combined with our acknowl
edged abilitj , experience , responsibility and icpiitation , should make the Omaha Medical
and Surgical Institute the first choice.
The Omaha Medica1 and Suigical Institute is conducted upon strict business and
scientific principles , and patients here rccci\e every advantage that art , skill , science
and human ingenuity , can bring to _ bcar on their cases. Their comfoit and con
venience will alwayfc be taken into consideration.
Should you conclude to vitit us for treatment or conespond with us. you will find
that these statements of our position , location and facilities are not overJiawn in any
particular , but are plain imvaniMicd facts.
Only Reliable Medical Institute Making a Specialty of
"DTP Y\r A TTR1 T&TQ &
JrJKJL V aL = L Hi JJJ.ro
All IMood Diseases successfully treated. Syphilitic Poison removed from the system
without meicury. New restorative ticatment for losb of Vital I'oucr. I'crtons unable
to visit us may be treated at home by cones > pondenoc. All communications confiden
tial. Medicines or instruments tent by mail or express , securely packed , no marks to
indicate contents orsendor. One personal interview prcfened. Call and consult us or
send history of your case , and we will send in plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ,
Uj'on Private , Special or Ncivous Diseases , Impotcncy , Syphilis , Gleet and Vaiicocclo
with question list.
My Reasons for Writing a BooK Upon Private , Special and Norms Diseases , ,
I have for many j cars made a specialty of dibcasci , of the uninary and tcxual organs
have become a recognised authority upon the ( .uLfject , consequently I icccive an im
mense number of letteis fiom physicians and allhcted persons , asking my opinion and
ad vice upon indiudual cases. For the benefit of mch persons , I h.i\e written .1 book , giv
ing a general description of the most common diseases and conditions , my trcatnitnt.suc-
cess , advice , ete. After reading it. persons will have a clearer idea of their condition
nnd can write true more intelligently and to the point. It will therefore be seen that our
object in writing these pages i not to furnUli reading matter to a chish. of persons who
read out of mere idle curiosity.but for the benefit ol the many who arc suffering to agieater
or less degice horn diseases , or the effects of diseabes or abuses , of iho sexual and uiinary
organs , Not a day passes but we receive many calls or ielteis from peitons bulferinjj
from thib class of diseases , or their sequel. Many ol them ate ignorant of the cause of
the difliculty that has wiecked their constitutions , thrown a cloud over their bright pros
pects and Is shortening their days ,
finrulcal oncTJtlons for the euro of Mure f.lp , f'luli 1'ojt , Tumors , Cnnoars , fistula , Cataract ,
6tmfinrulcal ! ( ( - , - . ' i , Vuilcoitle , luvuiiuu. Nulls , W em and llefoiinltlua of tiio lluumn body
Wtint t " " ! r tU " u. Mo4.t. He vl. Illoo.l. . Hkln. Bcalft Btotnar ) . . L.ver. . KM-
nnv" IlladiJer. NM"CS lione * . c tr. . ni J-arulysH. Kiillep.y intsi. SeiofuU. Urolisy. JlrliTIlt
Tape \Vorni , Lkeis or Vovvr boiua , Uysp 'P < i.i or Oastrilia , llaliliieis , liczoiiw. etc.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
lid * hpaieil neither tlmo nor in ) ii y to perfect iiiini.i > ir , ana in tuny Miippiiau
npjili.tuco and icmcily of value in tbl * aopattmeuf of Medielno ana buueiy.
Wo claim superiority ovornny iwrulM or am 1st In tlioet. . nml tlio tliouBaiula whom wolmya
cmeil , niter othrisliavu fnliO'l. ulwiunlUtoom < lainis 'Ju tiobeafllutua with J.o nriil Lar Uls-
piibi ! * . woblmnly bay. call ami ( omuli u , net u ocu-ntltlc opinion , tliuI U w ioiu yuu like , una It
> oii oie un Inte will luturn to ua for tifaliiit-nt anil cure. .
dm bouk , lie K ) a nml < liar : nnd their ill e iioa.Jn 1'juUi ' livj i iux , with nuini > rous illu *
. . . . . : : aie \\rltteu for tlia in < ueUol'i ! intlenu aiyl phjjij-ittiw who wrltw UH in itriaul t > & , i by
icndlliB Ihoiu c iri-fullvpliyxlclun ami | ) itlont will have a cloir iimleMlaucUiiy unil \e \ < rlly
iu-twtoiisnioralntflll.Wtlr. { WRITE FOR BOOK ON OldEASEb Oh THE EYE
AND EAK , FREE.
A < l li'Cs ! all IcJleiM to
OMAHA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE
DR , J. W , McMEHAMY , N , W , Oor , 13th & Dodge Sis , , OmaIiaH9lj ,