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8 TKB OHAHA- DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JULY 25. 1888.
The interim ! rovcnuo roUoclioiis yeH-
tcrdny amountud to $7,031.ip.
Anmm ! Wnlllo , 11 girl of about seven
teen , was nrrcntrd yesterday aftornooii
on the charge of obtaining goods under
Peter Kredorii'lJH , who was charged
with stealing a watch belonging to Mrs.
II. 1) . Mull , lind ills trial fn the police
court yesterday. The fellow showed
nignu of mental derangement and
imagined the watch was his own prop
erty. The judge let him on" with the
costs of the suit.
The bricklayers hold a mooting last
night in their hall on the corner of
Douglas and fourteenth street. One of
tiio members assured the reporter that
nothing was being done aside from the
usual routine of business. The sohsion
continued until pretty near midnight.
John Peters , ot Albion , is lit tbo 1'axton.
I P. O'Donncil , from Lincoln , i in the city.
Dr. J. A. Inks It registered at the Pjxton.
A. II. Hailgcr , from Lincoln , is visiting in
U. K. Leonard , from David City , is visiting
In Hie city.
! ' . McClnln Is in the city and Is stopping at
the \ \ Indsor.
ClntuUiiH Jones , of Sowiml , Is registered at
C. M Vntes and M. H. Cheney , both of Lin
coln , are at the Mlllurd.
Orlando 'I'olTt. of Avocn , Is In the city and
Is rctristured at the Millard.
Otto | q Wanted.
Mary Spark hnb charged Otto Hanson with
bastardy , and Judge Anderson has issued u
warrant for his arrest.
Want t < i be Teacher * .
County Hiipi'i'liitcmlc'iit liruanor is holding
a teachers examination in his rooms in thu
coiintj building. Six applicants for certill-
cates are present.
Tlio ICvannollc.il alliance have decided to
commence ) a crusade against all houses of ill-
fame which arc found on well-traveled thor
ouphfarus and hi thu vicinity of the public
schools of the city.
All Alone the Line.
Hereafter the Cable Tramway company's
ofllco will bo placed in connection with the
several parts of the line by means of tele
phone stations , Avliieh buvo bci'ii estnhlished
nt Tenth and .lones , Lake and Twentieth and
Dodge and Twentieth.
Mutineer Hoyd has secured the services of
i Edward Thompson , the scenii ; artist of
Pope's theater , to paint a number of scenes
and iTtouch many of tin * , old ones lor the
i onora house during tlio vacation. Mr. Thomp
i son will arrive in u few days.
| Madly Injured.
' Matt Wilbur , a well-known horseman ,
i while speeding Pat DunVs black stallion ,
nt the fair grounds yesterday was run
into by u man wlio was driving a buggy
around the trade , and seriously injured , lie
was taken to nis home ut Kightconth ami
Cass streets , in an unconscious state.
Cclliim Itcnily lo Deal.
The suite of rooms rented by the Chicago
grain coininihston bouse of J. M. Shaw in the
boari.1 of trade building is being put in readi
ness for occupancy the end of this week.
The manager , Mr. Miller , says that before
the fall every grain dealer in tins section
of the country will bo glad to avail himself
of the advantages of the open board.
Kitr mi Old Ulmrcc.
I The charge of gambling for which L. E.
' " * Ilyim was arrested was an old one , dating
back to last January , when the gambling
establishment of Morrison & White was
"pulled. " Hyun was one of the men engaged
in gambling , but loft the city before the war
rant sworn out against him could be served.
Ho returned a month or so ago and to his
credit bo it said that he has been most in
dustriously carrying the hod over since. lie
was released on bail to appear for trial to
Mr. nnd Sirs. SlcOrnw.
Pat McGraw was arraigned yesterday
nftcrnoon in the polloa court on the cliargo
of robbing his wlfo and also misusing her in
divers ways. Ho was lined $10. After ho
was colcascd and ho and his wife were on
the point ot leaving the station they were
both arrested on the cliargo of stealing a
watch and purse from a sprightly young miss
nnmcil Katie Main on the 17th. Neither
their licenser nor her attorney appeared
asainst them and they were discharged from
S. L. Andrews , the clothier , says that ho
thinks ho will bo able to make a settlement
which ho thinks will enable him to continue
In business. He says that his eastern cred
itors , outside of King , of Chicago , are
friendly to him. Ho intends to go cast ,
where ho has family connections from whom
lie can secure some money , posslblv $10,000.
Ho claims further , that he can r.iiso pos
sibly , an equal sum in Omaha. If such
should bo the ease , ho states by tlio payment
of some of this ho can satisfy King. The
latter has no hold on the lease to Andrew's
corner , which Is certainly one of the best
business sites in Omaha.
A Hopeless Inebriate.
Jim Shannon , a wreck through liquor , who
lias been arrested a number of times for
drunkenness and vagnmey , voluntarily gave
hiiiutclf up lo.tho police yesterday afternoon.
On account of an Injury to his right arm ho
has been unable to follow his trade of brick
laying of lato. Ho has been under medical
treatment , and his physician tells him ho
must leave liquor alone or his recovery will
bo delayed. Ho claims he Is nimble to wo-in
himself from his cups , and when ho pro-
H'lited himself yesterday at the police sta
tion ho mis badly intoxicated. Uo talked of
cTjiumltting suicide. Ho asked the judge to
give him thirty days so that ho could be fi-oe
from the demon drink long enough to re
cover. The Judge promised that he would
give him ten days in the morning , and he
went to his cell in a more cheerful mood.
A YOIIHJJ incorrlKllile.
A tall gentleman dressed in u nont gray
suit mul wearing a light plug hat , was in the
district court yesterday , on what was to
him a very unpleasant errand. The gentle ,
i wns Mr. Clark , n prominent merchant
of Hhiir. Ho hud come into court
todid nsU that his grandson , Kan-
did C. Kilmer , n fourteen year-old
boy , be sent to Iho reform school. Young
Palmer was arraigned in eourt last Wbruuri
oTrtho complaint of his parents as being in-
corrlitiblo ar.U u plUV.cr. He made such 11
plou to the Judge to ivonpo thd reform school
nt that time that ho was given one wore trial ,
He was sent from the city to 1 Hair , but h
watt found that there ho soon resorted to his
old dishonest tricks utid his grandfather wa
compelled to iisk the court to take charge ol
him. His folks are afraid that if he were
left ut homo until lie Is sixteen that the habit
of stealing ink-lit grow upon him and that he
would eventually land in the penitentiary.
The case will bu called up lu court this
( ione to Seattle-
\V. H Nimn , who kept a saloon on Six
teetilh ttrcct near the Union I'.iielfl" market ,
hat close , ! up hit place and left for p irts un <
known. A nuuibur of creditors have beer
loft behind who would bo glad to know where
ho ] . Young Nunn was started in the sa
loon uu lne s by his brother who xvas a phy
sician in this city. The total amount of tliu
bills and notes remaining unpaid on the
wloonls about * t,000. Hlley ft Dillon , who
arc the heaviest creditors , ai-o
well secured. Dr. Nilin ) IcfV the
city Saturday to ? Bcattlo , Washington Jtcrrl
t ry , tnd has not yet been lifurd froiii. Ho
hit * property lu the city moro than suilloicnt
te latbfy lua brother1 ! * nccounta. Tu
of Mr. O. A. Newcomer , a brothcr-lniluw of
the Nunns , 1ms been associated with them In
leaving the city , and It has been stated that
he also Jius left under u cloud. The state
ment Is false , ns the gentleman Is yet in the
city , and says that he has not been cnnnectcd
with his relatives In any of their bjslnoss
transactions , and does Itnow anything about
their lluanclal affairs.
Oinnhn nnd Council IllufTs nre the cust
om termini of the Nebraska Mnln
Line of the L'NION PACIFIC.
KI ) , IjUltKI ) AND IjOST.
Tlic Fearful Fntoofl'limiii vnil I'ri-tty
Annie Oxy. a plump , pretty young irlrl of
fifteen , lived four jeirs ago with her aged
parents at Hadon-Hadcn , Germany. She
was an only child , and had had the advant
ages of a liberal oducitlon lavished upon
her , ns the peculiar circumstances by which
she was environed would permit of. She
had a swci'thcart , n young butcher named
Carl Heurliailso. They had been brouirht
up together , and the friendship of their
childhood days had gradually ripened into
the most ardent of affections , ami they lln-
nlly became engaged to b1 married. However -
over , before the ambition of their young
hearts could be roah/cd Carl was compelled
to leave the country to avoid the indexible
conscription laws. Of course he came to
America , the land of thu free and the homo
of the brave. His parting with thq fair haired ,
rosy cheeked Annie was a touching one. It
was In the night-time and as all the arrange
ments had been effected for Carl to be smug
gled aboard an outgoing Amurii-.m merchant
man , the utmost ntc.ilth and caution had to
bo exercised. The young couple with arms
foldi d about each other rehearsed their
vows of love and constancy. Carl grew elo
quent in his pieturings of future prosperity
and happiness and assured thu clinging girl ,
that as soon as hu became located in thu land
across the deep bine sea , that he would send
for her. Then with a last farewell and the
declaration of fidelity a thousand times re *
pealed , the sorrowing young man left his
mourning ootrothed. The long weary sum
iner dais drar-cd themselves bj , ami bleak
winter blew her hoary brcith across
the brown hills of lladcn-lluilen , and
yet the ImiifiiiM girl heard naught
from her absent lover. Winter slowly trav
ersed its dreary course , and the bine bells
began to open their c > es on Iho coloring
slopes under the warm breath of the south
ern sun , and still no tidings came from across
the Ma. One , two , three years clapped , and
each day brought the same lugubrious result ,
no news from tno distant one. At last Annie
gave up all hope and resigned herself to her
unhappy lot , living alone upon the glory of
by-gono days. Hut one day , just a year' ago ,
a letter was brought to her. U was post
marked New York , the United States of
America. With trembling lingers she broke
the seal. It was n missive from her absent
lover. It was redolent of the warmth of un
dying love , and after explanations
as to his long silence , and assur
ances that all was well , it concluded
by requesting her to eomo to Americi
at once , and without delay ; that he was in
good business , and they would be unite i in
thu holy bonds ol matrimony imnuHlmtoly
upon her arrival. With a Haltering heart
thu happy girl broke the news to her parents ,
and Immediately boiran her preparations for
leaving thu homo of her birth , and two days
Inter she was aboard the good ship City of
Liverpool , and , bejorc u fair wind and milter
propitious skio-t , was being wafted toward
the one la whom all her thoughts were Con
centrated. The voyage was one without
untoward happening , and in due time Annie
arrived at Cnstlo Garden. Her lover w.is
there to meet her. and , after the llrst raptur
ous embraces , they proceeded to the young
man's boarding-lionso. There lie told the
conlldlmr girl tliat his business in New York
hud greatly fallen olT in the past month or
two , and he had made up his mind to migrate
to the wilt west. Once there they would be
married and settlu down , and unite their
wills and hands and hearts in the laudable
cause of earning a home where they cou'd '
spend their ilaj A in peace , plenty and'happi
ness. The girl was loving , confiding , unsus
pecting , and readily ncnulcsc'cd in every
proposition advanced by her nflliinccd , Thcv
left Now York and came west , to Omaha.
And then as day after day went by and the
marriage ceremony w.is not performed , the
girl became perplexed and mnilly suspicious.
Hut too late , the baseness and
porlldy of her lover had had its
wonted sway , and Annie Oxy found
herself 0110 morning deserted and a shame
that would bo her companion through life
facing her. This was a stroke that well nigh
drove the poor girl insane , but she was in
good hands , and after the birth of her baby
regained her olden health but not her spirits.
Rho was p.ilo and careworn and the marks of
an Ineffable sorrow was stamped upon every
lineament of her sweet face. "This sad ta'lo
had its culmination in a scene in the police
court yesterday. Aniiio Oxy was there
and through the advice of the family wit
whom she is residing , at ITU SI. Mary
avenue , she related her pitiful story to A'
sistant County Attorney Gurlcy , and a was
rant was issued .for the arrrstof Hearhausr
charging him with seduction and bastardy , e
The UNION PACIFIC runs four trains
dally out of Denver for the east.
It llns Taken n turns Karewell From
the ? Inrslinl's Olllee.
In the report of the interview in yester
day's HIB : , Mr. Hoyd was said to have curried -
ried Mr. Ulorbowor's resignation as marshal
to Washington , The Intent , of the writer waste
to make it nppcnrns Mr. Hoyd had ox/ircssed /
It , that ho had not carried Mr. Hierbowcr's
resignation to the president.
In conversationwith , the prosout marshal ,
a Uii : : reporter learned that the oflleo was in
no manner worthy the eugenics * which some
candidates displayed to secure it. There was
a time when there was some money in the
place , but that was moro than two years ago.
In the latter period , thcro were some mouths
In which the ofllco did not pay its expenses ,
and the difference had to oomo out of Mr.
Hierbower' pocket. There was no prospect
of u change for the better , without repealing
the law which cut oft' from the United States
court all cases involving less tl.an $ .3,001) ) .
Try the superb Hunting and Fishing in
the itoi'kv Mountains renehed by
A PA III Ol" HIUDOKS.
Speculation as lo Where. Tllcy Will l > o
Senator Paddock wns asked by a Urn re
porter if ho know lu whoso interest the bill
for another railroad bridge at I'hittsmnuth
had been Introduced in congress. He said
that ho did not know , although the bill hud
tieen brought up by Coarrosm in MeSlmno.
It had p.issed both house * .
A short tnno ago a survey was finished
from the Missouri river to South Omaha , and
ostensibly for a railroad between those
points. It is held by some of the host in
foimcd people that this survey was made in
the inturost of tlio Nebraska Central road ,
in WIOSK interest primarily the other bridge
cliuitcr was secured by MeShano. At the
point mentioned , an easy place for crossing
the river could bo iceiirod , which would also
lead directly to the stockyards. It is thought
that this would bo thu cheapest way of reach
ing Sjiith Omaha and Oniahi proper , and
that very llkul\ , the bridge will bo built ut
tin j.'luee ' mentljucd.
Coughs and coii'n eomo uninvited , but
you can quickly get riil oi these , with a
few dosed of ! . : . J. IT. McLean's Tar
Wino iM\\g \ \ Balm. 25 cents n. bottle.
The following marri.igq licenses were Is
sued yt-bterdiij by Judge Shields :
Name. Ilcsldrncc. Age.
Peter Williamson , Omaha 27
Car/ Sophia Hanson , Omaha.- 21
Wlllard I. f.alrd , Omaha M
Florence K Mead , Omaha 2i ,
( David A. Cross , Omaha ' "j
1 Alta M. Huuck , Omaha l'j '
) Linwood A. Hammond , Omaha as
( Adeline K. Stewart , Omaha , 22
Had a bilious attack and one of those
indescribable cases of constant wouri-
ne&b. Took quinine and other reme
dies without , relief. Took Dr. Jonas'
Hod Cqv ] } r Tonic , um strong : "d well.
AsA Tnujil'so.v , Logan. O. Goodman
A I'AOKAXT ATSIUHT.
A Mov'e IJelnit Muilo to OrKnnUc One
Two years ago a number of the yomig'peo
ple met In one of our sportina' goods empori
ums and resolved to get up a mardi gras pa
geant for one night , during thu Omiha fair.
The time was short , yet the success which
attended their efforts was ojiisldorcd won
derful. H was rowlvcd to repeat the dis
play the following year , but on a larger
scale. This resolution was based on thu
promise of encouragement given by leading
metehaiiK who were so pleised with the
work which had b.-cn accomplished thai
they felt Impelled to go to some
expense to get up displays
which would be agreeabloto look at and at the
same time advertise themselves. Thu scheme
fell throuirh beciuisu a politician who was as
piring to a certain oHIco placed himself at
the head ol thu move. That there Is a well-
founded desire on the part of many people of
this city to establish an annual fete during
the fair cannot be denied. Sooner or later.
It Is held , this desire will bo realised , and
many of our people think the earlier we com
mence the work of realization the better It
will be for thu fairfor Omaha and for every
body. A number of young people have al
ready entered upon the work of getting up a
pageant as proposed , and possibly to-day
will Issue a call for a meeting to consider the
subject. The place of the meeting will be
announced and everybody will bu entitled to
admission. Several months intervene before
fair time and can bo utilized in Ihu direction
Tito Oi-nnd li- > \ p of KlkM.
Dr. Hyde , who represented Omaha lodge
H P. O. E. No. 3.1 in the late session of the
grand lodge In New York.has returned lifter
a wook's summering whu-li ho cajojcd at the
close of Iho session. Ito .reports Unit thu
order is In nmgst flourishing condition and
Is constantly receiving accessions throughout
the country. Onoof the most Important acts ,
of the meeting W.H thu decision that
after thu meeting of 1 ' . ! , the grand lodge
will be migratory , the holding of it to bu de
termined by the vote of the delegate * . Tim
doctor was appoihtcd district deputy for this
section of the country.
Smoke Si'idonbertf's Ki nro and pet
the best o-cont cifrar in the world , hlx
Mc\er & Co.liulesilc depot.
The UNION PACIFIC adds to jt- ser
vice everything that will contribute
to the comfort of its
MLMI : : AND DOC.
They Indulge In a Little Mill on the
Nellie Uoss , a pugilistic young female of
the soiled-dove genus , got into a light yes
terday at the corner of Twcnly-llrst and
Nicholas streets , With her friend , Doc Smith ,
an old-time gambler. After a little prelim
inary sparring the old sport let go with Ins
dexter muulov , b.it . fell sh 'l , " "ll t'lc ' "VIl
Instant Nee taloU were in
tliW ' " " 1
ambrosml locks Then
tugge.1. . mid scratched and b ' , , sn ,
until n copper and n large clo\ } " "
traded to the sanguinary scene.
Nellie , but , Doc' made bis esc l"- ; >
and - °
was tuwed into police court
vkf Bilia WMagiwlhX.
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I' RICK LIST SE\T OX
Those -\vliolmvo used them will Buy No Other Brand.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL MARKETS :
SAINT LOUIS , MO.
Kirs. Dart's Triplets ,
President Cleveland's rrbo for the thrco hcst lnbl > s nt the Aurora County Fnlr , In 16R7 ,
riven to these triplets , Molllo , Ida , und Ituy children of MM. A K Uart , llftiiibnrKh , .V
fche writes : " I.n-st August the little ones became very lck , and as I could cot ( uo other Inoil
that would nprco with them , 1 commenced the use of Lnctated rood , U helped them Imme
diately , nnd they were soon ns well iw ever , nnd I consider It > cry largely due to the l-cxid
that they nro now so well. " Lnclated I'ood b Iho bctt Food lor bottle-ted buhles. It keep"
them well , nud Is better than mcdlcino uhen they nre Gltk. Three sires 'J" > o , tOc . 41 < *
At druggists. Cabinet photo , of these triplets tent Irco to the mother of any buby bom this jear
Address WELLS , RICHARDSON Si CO. , Burllnuton , Vt.
SELTZER APER1 NT
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For Young Ladies ,
ST. CI.AIH , MICH.
Tlireo course * of study. ThorouKlme-'s In eve
ry department. ItulldliiK * ulejiuntly furnished.
Heated with steam , lighted wllh K'l1 * . water
from St. Clalr river .Supeilor advantages In
nd art. Address torIn uliir ,
StMiitVU.liHCII001. : : . St.flatr , Mich.
J ; " ' jri \-2TRnc ! : north of ClilcuRO.
A Ku" rp" si Kjtl' rle < > In-
-vlT < > Co1"- ' " "f - .
. ' . . -l-l''i ' "rin i'il for Inntriictlon.
lleallli. lluiiie < < ' ! / . . ml fhrlitlaii Intlueiirci.
I'urK " ' , 'J,1 . . ' > vi > . MH I.
ttnil orCut IOiue.
V.T Poutli Wlllliinibtown , Ilotkshiro ronnty ,
Man. A privutt ) school for boyi. 1'reparu for
college , bclentltlc school or business , Torty-nov-
euth year begins Uliurbility. t < eptemler llltn.
I'ov catalogue address UKO. r. MIU.H ,
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Bettie SluarTinslituta $
\Vlllf oiniuenco III 51it XGiir cpteuitivr lilh.-l SH. Ail-
vinluiiei UH uriia < eiM. Homo comrorui cnfetul
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The KVIIj KKKKCTS
The su\crul Di'piirtnii'nts 111 be ln the yonr
lii h' ) Ht followc
Pcptcinbcr 1' , ' CnlU-Bite , Law nnd I'harnia-
Octoberld.-Medical ! , lloniuointlilc Medical
Km li < lcpiitinuiit ! > tliorun lily ( iqnlpj'ed with
clllclont uofk , mul no jialus ulll bu r pared to
ntlord ttndenti the bei-t ] ) O ! > slblo opportunity
to purine their chosen lines of thinly , for pur-
llciilur Inforinatlon n > to the reipectlvu tle-
] ) iirtnt'iits , address us follows
ColleKiiito-CiiAin.KS A. SciiAKFrmt , J'rcsl-
dent , lowu City.
Law KSILIN MLd.AiN. Vlco-t'huncellor , Jowa
Medloal-W. F. J'KCK , M. I ) . , Deanof I'ucnlty ,
lloiini-opathlc Medical A. C. COWI-KIITII-
WAITE. M. . , DOIUI of I'ui-ulty , Iowa City.
IK'iitul-I , . ( , ' . l.NCi.lt-oi.l. , 1) . 1) . H. , lleanof
1'aenlty , Keoknk.
I'hiirnwceiitlcal tt. I. . UOIIII.NEII , I'll. , ( , .Dean
'of Faculty , lowu City.
IXpeiixt-blii all departments are reasonable.
Cost ot lKnrd in private families. W to * a per
w eck ; In clubs , JJ.M ) to IJ'iO per week.
I'or catalogues , or for guueral Information ,
lllreSniAHI.KSA. SCIIAIU'I'EU , President.
Morgan Park Military Academy
. The lleit Iloy'8 Jloar Unff 'chool In fhn West.
Sixteenth ve'ar bwlns 'opt. li th. Si nd for rut -
logueto C'AI-T. . Kl ) . N. KIHK TALUU'rr , fupt. ,
MUUQ.VN I'AIIK , COOK Co. , luu
While hunting the market for Fall Goods , our buyer run across
two big lots of medium grade Suits which were offered to him at les $
than the material in them is worth. To enliven our mid-summer trade
we shall make a big run on them and marked them nearly what they
cost us , which means that they will be sold at just about one-half
their actual value.
One lot of about 300 good Union Cassimere Sack Suits of a neat
dark mixture with good Serge Lining made up well and in substantial
manner. This lot we offer at $3.90 per suit ; they will make a good
every day Suit for Mechanics and Workingrnen , will wear well and give
as good satisfaction as any Suit that cost $ S. or $9.
.Tlio other lot contains .about 200 oxrellont all wool Cheviot Sack Suits , linoclvith
good Kalian ami well gotten up. Wo have marked it $4.75 , which makes it the
cheapest suit ever offered by us or any other house. JJotli .suits are of good fair weight
and will do for wear now as well as later on in the season.
We also otter this week two lots of lilue Flannel Suits at less than two-thirds their
Lot No. 1 , which is made of best all wool flannel , indigo blue , and made up in
finest . A. H. style , at $7.75. We guarantee there is no finer flannel made in this
country , and other houses charge for such a suit , Sl'J.OO.
Lot No. 2 is a good flannel , warranted indigo blue , also made up in G. A. K. stylo.
This Ave ofler at $5.75. There never was a suit of that quality offered for less than
The prices at which we are selling Pants this month is in itself a big advertise
ment. $1.5O will buy an excellent all wool Pants which not only wear well , but look
elegant. Von have often paid $ . ' 5.00 and $ -1.00 for a pair not as good as * these. For
$2.OO$25O and $2.75. we offer Pants which early in theseason would have been
cheap at double the price. One line at $3.25 are an "elegant striped cheviot , as ( ino
and stylish a Pants and as well made as any custom tailor's , vhich cost three times the
One price only and plain figures.
Cor. i4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
buy one of
onr nobby Spiinj ;
Suits , in SVorstcil ,
finu Caesiinere , or
all the popular col
ors mul stylos. Real
bargains that cannot
fail to be appreciat
ed by the ili cerninj ;
We aie aware that ,
Jjjarc largely aiher-
, a tisetl thif season , but
ail ol them cannot
stand the test of
our customers i
lo examine our stock , ana thus s-atisfy
thcmseheb of its quality anil our ve
rpHE SCIENCE OF Ul'E , tlio
-1 great Jleillral Work or the
ago on Mmiliood , NCI\PU * nntll
rnytlcal Diblllty , I'rcmotnre '
Utcllno , Krrorsof Youth , nnJ
thcieon , 'M imgcs 8vo , 1J3
jircscrlptlous for iil ! illfcas
.Cloth , full Kilt , only $1.00 , bj *
mail , flen'.cil. Illustrnllsos-unplo free toall > oiiiK )
anil middle ngcd men. Rcml now. Tlio Qolil nnil
Jew cllcil icilil ; ; ii anlcil to tlio author by the Na
tional Jteillcnl Ax'UH.'Iatlon. ' Addresi I' . O. box
liO ; , llo-ton , M ! > * . , or Dr. W. It. I'AKKC.t , Rra.l .
unteof llananl Medical Colloce , 23 years' practice
In llofitun.nlio may bocoiiMiltoil contlduntlully
Sjiccially , Diseases of Man. ODlccNo. 11'ulflucUsU
PARIS UNIVERSAL EXPOSTTIOH
( > t'c \ \ of tli U S Lo i iniisldn.
35 WAI.I , : -Tiir.r/r. M\V : voitif
All porsotlrni * * or ourporatlotiK who oe-iro lo
niakui\hll < ltH at the u n i > minii'il l.viu "Ulun arc
liereb ) notl i > il that intoimntloii anil blaiils for up-
plliations nil s.mi-enlll bo liniil-heil I y Ihu iiiulor-
t-l iuil upon appluallon nt Iho abo\ a IUII > M * ,
U M II. MlANKI. .V < inn r < II > IIIT.II
M > MlilVIl.l.i ; : r. ' 1 1 t K. A-H t Tom i. Cicncnil
GOLD MFI1AL i'AKlS fXrOSlTIOff ISIS.
THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS.
l ) l.ylljv
. . _ ntile litH-
j Trutacombined Oturnntecatlio
'unlr one Inthn world [ rencraltne
otontlnuoue Klfftric it Maonttio
urrfiit * bcientlQc , 1'otTfrful , DnraLlo ,
rt hlo fnd Fdccllre. Avoid frnui ! * .
0(10 ( cured. S < ndHtiimpforr inil | lut
> LLKVTIlll ) IIKI.m * 'OIJ jJlhLAHhrt.
DJ. HOHNE. iKVENian. iGi WAOASH AVE. . PHICACO.
Jtcinnrknblefor powerfulsyrap * .
TliKtli ioiifLpli'jJlg | action and at *
golutg durability. U > years' record ,
tlio bout Kuarantea of the excel-
"Tinhcrlunil ( Kontp. * '
IIus BO urraiiRcd its KninUy SIcopliifc'
Car f-urvico , Hint berths can now bo rc-
berved upon application by any ticket
njjcnt to M. J. Grcovy.l'assonffer Ayent ,
Couiifil BlulTn , Iowa. Tbo reservations
when made nro turned over lo tbo train
conductors takintf out such ctiru , uo that
passenpord can now secure berths or
dered , Iho Kaino as a 1'ullinnn berth is
reserved nnd bccurcd.
J. K. TKItOKT * . K. > * ' . ' MAA/ / , . .
Oen. I' , li T. Agent. AM 't O. V. fcT. A.
OMAHA , X ' .
n , .
Surgeon and Physician ,
Office -VV-Corner l h ar.a UoiiKUn St. OtUM
j ; Kcsl4cj e
Certified Checks , Payable at Sight on the
I'Uflct Sound National Bank Given as
Security ( or Money Invested.
TCI tlimo tloMrmis. r tiuunu pioporty on time , wo
oflcr tin1 Iiillnttln , . ' We uill ullon limn .1 immtln
IO5JIMUH time Mt < oitlinK to Iho luiiil > HII M H ct.
Wo cliuruv m'lllior IIHMIIIIIIII nnr lhicii' t on lliuc
) i yniuiit , unit will clM' > < ui n naiiuntr iltu'il. Wo
liavo lol lit f.V ) i iinilXnUlth.it am ttltlitn n null us
ol tttu and a luilf iiuk'sot tliu | > < toiikou
linreimly lUi-urci'iit. IIHIIII tnnif-t iiicnii'j mul vrn
Hlllnlvccprtflli'il check tor tins full iiiiimiiit ol null
mul ui ory Mil > tciin-ut | iMjinont 'llifilii-tklhilrunn
tiy tliol'iiEctSiiniiil Nnttuiinl bunk anil Is niiiili-M | > -
Hlilo at slulit ami > on can ilruwmr niotioi ninny
tiiiicthoiiKliliyiMiildliiit jnu foifrli jdiirriKlitx In
| iiirclin alniiil. M.iko your Inmnic , mi nniiicr I..HT
email , earn riiiiu-tlilnc. Tran-contlni'iiialrallrimil- <
( ii'liviaitiRriirSvnttlc. mul niann tact in inn l Hour-
Mnus. ( ii'iioral i uirril l In a Mali' oi Mili tan-
1ml | irnirr < "i | in. ) 'llmilally | mi > cis an'tlllril nlih
nccoiintiof now putpriirlvvH , rulilo < ar nnil Innni
car firr-lubi'iutli' . Aililii".s COOK AKIOItK ,
Who Imvo the l.\llii : T I'llul'KllTV LIST til
SEATTLE. W , T.
Thu lttr : c t , fasten nnil lm-it ! In tlio world
IM utiKor accominodntlonA unoxcollcil.
vw Vork d > Oliif go\v via I.ouilo.uliTt-v
( "inr\ssi\ Jnl ) ' tli I ANCIIOIIIA Aiitf. lstli
rcilM"IAlllf nil DKXO.SM . . . . AllK.ffilh
llrilioi'U Aim. Mill I CIIIC.\SM\ . .belli.1st
NnvVoaitTo l.ivtai'iKir. VIA onissTowv. : :
ThP t mul finest Al'O. fill
' lu MMlt. Mil
" " " '
rnVoi-'MoMi : | "Tho'woriViT Oi r. aril
Milnoii pH > .i > : ot < ; iH L'iY , Dcrry , Liverpool , llolfusl
or ( Jui iMi t"wn. I.VIiUMl uiiwariN per < ; ! iin'nw Muani-
ITI , Ml nnil n | ' iil lurclly nl Ilium * M > riiiiil-rln < i
CJl. Hi-turn Ik-kiln ill icihurd ralis in.iilo iiTnllnblu
fur cltlicr route , utloiInK uxrurslonl'ls tlio prlxiloiio
nt fci'lni ; Ihi' Niirlh mill Miuth ol ln > liinl. tin * Hlvi-ri
MiTsey nnil plctiuo'iuu | I'ljilu. MuuniK" fit Anilmr
l.liui ilriilt- * p.ijithlc Ireu of ct'iirui * , Hold ill lnm > t
latex. K OI book of tours , tlchl'rs or lurtliur Informa
tion apply tn
HENDERSON BROS. , 72 La Sa'lo St. , Chicago.
Ur to any ol our local itKcnts
Unfcrnicntcd mul not
intoxicating. Acts Hko
la rhaim in all cases of Diar-
rhcra nnd Dysentery and all
stomach and bowel troubles.
Grateful alike toyoniun , chil
dren anil convalescents. Gives
a delicious flavor to ice-water ,
lemonade or bodn-wutcr.
Imported and bottled by
MIHAIXIVITCII , l"ir.Tcmii : & Co.
Cincinnati , U. For wile by
hofoibiniiiK ilealorn Illclrn ( linn llrui ; I o , lllnlca
! rnco\ Cn.illorA. . llpllor. < ili'tMniiu : Ilroi \ Co.
nink Dollone \ Co U | t. < irolle. mul all hnlc Hlo
ull retail ilru tfistn , lliiuor itualo A anil ulno iuur-
lmta ovor. wh ID
A CoiimilniliMl Liqnlil IMnul of MALT
Aids Digestion ,
Cures Dyspepsia ,
Strengthens the System ,
Restores Sound , Refreshing
to Nursing Mothers.
For Sale by all DruffgiBtaund Rich
ardson Druy Co. , Wholesale Drug
Toilns ( ; < MV , Ilclfust , Dublin nnil Lhrrpool
From Naw York Every Tuesday ,
C'ablr. uasnac" t-1" ' and i.Vi. arrorOlnit to location
of htHta room. Kxuiir-iloil Qf , to iUJ.
SteeruKO to and from I'.uropi * ut Lowest Halts.
AUSTJN 1IA1.DW1V i CO. . ( ii-n'l ABetiH.
Kl llrouilwny , New Vork
JOHN HM'.aHN , ( ien'l Wi'nt rn AK nt ,
PU Itandnlph St. , Chicago
IIAltr.V I' . MOOHCS , Ajent. Oiiiulm.
Reduced Cabin Rates to Ulnbgow F.x-
Arv Ibe ISEST.
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
ElEAB THIS IP IT IS.
Dr.Callender's . ' Left liver Bite ,
Tno flnly Dlstlllnd HitterIn ) th" rmti-rt
Pluti'H. The only llltter.s lococnli'diy \ tha
L'liltuil States Intorniil revt-iiiii > jaws as a I'ltv
pilctiiry Jlodldiut. lu\\ fully 1'atuitud. No. o
J'atunt I 49 , 573. Contains an fiihll oil' ) , no
osst'iitl.u oil" , no InrclKii snli'-lnuec < ir iliuimy-
Inu ilriiKs. A poitfctly iimo tiii'ill'-lne. ' emu.
pounded from I urn Hoot Herbs ua UM I'cnrli ;
l > Uniiiinl to tun tnsto , iiilet | and < loclsi\o In Its
elicit. Cures Dj-HiicpMu or Yi'llnw .linnnUie lu
Ilvodays. lU'KUlalr.ilio llourls. juiicoratcs
Iniicllvo Mvur. dues UJseusoil Mver , It'-vlvcs '
tlio Kidneys , Improves the Amioilto yiildiljr.
ItcKiiliiti'M the wnolo system. Now llfo to tin
BOM ) KVKKV\VIU.KI. ; : .
MnufuCtprcd and for Hnlo at wholesale by
Barbero & Callendeiy
IMOH : IA. it. i
lealtli is Weal1 !
Dn. E. C. WESI'B Nrnve AND KHUN . _ . _ ,
MENT , a guaranteed sppclllc for llysti-rln , Dim
ness. Convulsions , Mt , Nervous Neuralgia , '
lleadiiclm. Nervous I'matrutloii. oiit. ed liy th (
use of alrohol or tolmceo , Wnlrefii'noss. ' Muiital
Heprcsslon , Hoftonliu : of the llritln , rosiiUlim In
liibanltv. rind Ifailiir , ' to mlsurv , decay unnV
( lentil , I'rcnmtiireOliI Agr , HarrBiinoss , I.OBSOJ *
I'owcr In I'lllicr RPT. Involuntary I os c3 ana
Spcrmatorhn'ft caiiKort l > y over-cxoitlon of tnc
brain , self nliuso or ovrr-lnclulsen''p l > rh lo
rontntns ono inontli'n trnatmrnt. t\.M \ a. box , or
KIX hoxnH for $ " . .UO , aunt by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of price. .
WI3 GUAKAKTISK KIX 11OXRS '
To cure ny CRS . With e cll order rernlved by
IM for 8lx boxen. arc'onp.tnlPd with Ci.OO , w
will i-ond the jmrcliiiser our wilttcn | .riiarinte :
Iniefmiil the money If the trpntmunl does not )
effect a euro ( lunrHntcc IFMIOI ! only by 0. Vj
riouUMAN. DniKelHt , Solo Afiunt. lllu I'aruaia
Sirnrt. Uinuua. Neb
Industry , Scieoce and Art ,
Open Until Ortobor. 1SS8.
Medical Contfrosri Muots Aujfii-it Vtli ,
, .SCOTLA rl ) .
Ttoiind Trip Kxc-iirsion Tii-lcct ,
Via STATE LINE ,
JW ( nnd $76.
I'or Inforniiitloii apply to
AUSTIN , HAIiDWIN ft CO. ,
Agts.,63 Ilroiulwnv , Now Vorlr.
PKNNyilOyAI , tVAPKISM am
T , iiicceksiliilly luril monthly by over 10 000
? fljulina. Aro.Su/c. kjfeituuluiui 1'lcas'ant
> J $1 fH-rbnx by mtll.cir t drtUfKUU. altA
J'arllculan 2 po tne hUunpa. Adilrt-m
TUB EOBIKA Cnmiou , Co. , Uvriiorr , Mien.
lfof aalc anil by mull by Vrioitarl
Drug Co. , Onutliti , '
olwq'-l ' 'Jr CURED . .tliomeljutln _
VITAL TABLETS c'i
Nl'in ( U.'HunIHixilA | : [ . IIKIIIMI'T , I.OhT MAN.
KT1MIIUU kKlEUI Id. , ki lw > rt ri OlrMl" imtil.'u. ' ILU
WEAK UCil ' " riniifrom lh. * f.
IlZllIimtli'11 " ' .Towlklul fr. '
. i nikllrutiurly dir r. lot
inaiil.ooj . ftc. I win M-nTa vtliubl * in li- ( > < > U t
cimtnlnlnit full | > rtlc-jliu fur Jivmt tine. ( rt t
ch > rc . JiWr n , . j
PROF. F. O. rOWLKK , Moodut , Connj
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