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THE OMAHA DAILY BBEt SATUKDAF , AUGUST 18. 1888.
LINCOLN NEWS AND NOTES ,
Echoes From the Lancaster County
THE TROTTING MEETING CLOSED.
Incorporation of the Hartley Cnnnl
Company Supreme Court Cases
LINCOLN Dunnxu or inn OMAHA. HER , , J
ItttU 1 KTIIKBT ,
LINCOLN , Annual ,17. 1
The echoes of yesterday's ' convention Bllll
rovurboruto. Odd stories nro nflo.it. Queur
comblnutlona arc alleged , nml there 1 ulmoHt
as much excitement this moiiilng its when
the cotivcutlon battle was raging hottest.
U'he gtrniiffcr i\nd political novice uro hood
winked Into the belief that the railroad * have
Won u tfrcatvictory , considoriuKthe cuinblnn-
tloim apalnut them , Hut the facts laugh lit
the idea. The only thing on earth caoturcd
liy the railroad Bang was the county commis
sioner , and this was duo to the misplaced
conlldenco of the ffirmer delegates , and a
misapprehension of the real Issue In this con
tent. Alva Urown Is n good man , und prcco-
flont Jimy have entitled him ton second term.
Hut the eliihn that Thomas lien-
ton captured the state dolcc.itlon
lor state nudltor cnpi the climax.
From the UrfltlSIr. Uentoii trained with the
Clurke-Hntlmwuy-Goro crowd , and his delo-
Kato ticket , peOdled by his own Imnd , was
deft > aU > d almost in toto.Vhlle It is true
that n few intmvoro elected who were on hie
ticket , It is because their names were on
divers tickets before the convention. Hut
tills is tmo In only four or live cases. The
delegation IH for Charles Carter for commis
sioner of public lands und buildings. No
portion of the dolegutivt is for hcntou. His
ufllllntions have all been with the railroad
A gentleman on the streets last night
offered to bet $50 that John U. Clark would
nbtuin u proxy to the etuto convention.
U'hero Is no doubt that ho will inovu heaveu
Und earth to accomplish that end.
The delegation is utllovod to bo mndoiupof
lioiie t men , and the boys who fought the
light und won the victory have every conll-
dcuco In their Integrity. Divides Gencr.il
McUride introduced the following resolution
and U curried bv a unanimous vote ;
"Kosolvod , That In the aljsonce of n dele
cutu from either the state or congressional
delegation , the vacancy shall be filled by such
delegation , by election ; proxies shall bo
tildored only us a rocoinuiendution. "
I1A11TI.EY CANAI. COMPANY.
The Hartley Canul company has * perfected
its organization and as soon OH one-half the
nubsrribcd capital stock is paid will com
mence business. The operated business of
the company will bo transuded at Hartley ,
Red Willow county , and the authorized capi
tal is $10,000 , which may bo rnlsod to $15,1)00 )
UK necessity may require. At no titno can
the debts become greater than the unpaid
The purpose of the corporation is
to construct a canal from HOIIIO
point ou the Republican river at
or near the town of Hartley for water power
sipa Irrigating purposes , to extend to some
indefinite place or point , but especially to extend -
tend through North Volley precinct of Ked
Willow company , and authority Is granted
the company to negotiate bonds of this pre
cinct or any other place to aid in the con
struction of the canal. The company com
jnonccd business on the llth of July und wif.
continue until the ilrst Monday In.lanuary
1918. The articles were filed with the secre
tary of state this morning und were signed
fcy fifty citizens of lied Willow county. M.
McKlllip and C. L. Knowles nro the presi
dent and secretary of the company.
The Bank of Petusburg , of Petusburg ,
Nebraska , also fllrd articles of incorporation
this morning. The company will do a gen
eral bunking business ou u subscribed capital
Block of $10,000. Huslnoss was commenced
on July 16 , when $10,000 of the stock was
| > uid up. and the balance is to bo paid on July'
35 , Ib'JO. J. A. Klochonbaeh is the prf sldeut
and Frank Jouveuut is the cashier of the
TIIR IUCRS CLOSED TO-DAY.
The second nnnnal meeting of the No-
* Tsraskn Breeders' and Trotting association
closed today.VUllo the races may not have
been what all visitors had u reason to expect ,
they wcro quite good und gave assurance
that the development of speed in the Ne
braska horse is marked and bids fair to rival
that of any other state of the union. Ne
braska 1ms BOIUO splendid horses. The race
of yearlings was the lirst of the kind over
Witnessed In the \vost and it was simply
.wonderful . how the colts got down to their
Work. The old saying , "Ulood will tell , " is
most certainly true.
The members of the association express
themselves as well pleased nt the way they
have been entertained and patronized by the
citizens of Lincoln. The races have been a
financial success , or BO much so that the
statement Unit they have bcon self-support-
tut 's ' Justified. Greater efforts will bo put
forth for the success of the third annual
taootlng. Experience. tm bcon a good
teaouor and the membership know butter
how to manage the work. It is purely a Ne
braska enterprise and only Nebraska horses
are granted nomination to the races. It
should be sustained and aided by every lever
of horseflesh In the state.
joixKD IN Buriir.MMrouKT.
Caaos as follows wore filed In the supreme
court this morning by Clerk Wheelsr :
William R. Murray and the First National
tank of Plnttsmouth vs JanoR. , Deborah 11. ,
WilliamB. und Alva A. Porter : appeal from
The Union Pacific railroad company vs
LJUrUisnuisson ; error from Dodfio county.
Kmma Jamiosnn VBtho state ; error from
The following notaries public wcro commissioned -
missioned to-day by Governor Thayer :
Charles G. Kyau , Grand Island , Hall county ;
JJohn P. Davis , Omaha ; Anthony P. Lang-
ton , Papillion , Sarpy countv ; Martin Mil-
unite , Whitman , Grant county ; Joseph V.
liross , Omnlm.
ClSf J.EWS AND NOTTS.
Hou. Jefferson II. Hroudy , of Beatrice , is
. ' In the city to-day on 11 business and pleasure
| The banks of the city closed to-day nt I
I o'clock to attend the mcctingof the Nebraska
* , Ureedors' and Trotting association.
( . Hon. Uavia Butler , of Pawnee , came down
' from Wnhoo this morning , where ho addressed -
dressed n meeting of farmers and laboring
Thirteen members of the delegation to the
State convention have been Interviewed , and
they say they have no use for Thomas Hen-
ton for auditor of public accounts , Hcnton
Is not a candidate.
The races have been fairly well attended
from the tlrat , The association has some
good points and Is In no way discouraged
With the commencement. It is now ou a self *
bupiK > rtlng basis nud will necessarily grow
The social and luncheon given the report
ers and employes of Funko's opera house at
the Windsor last evening proved a pleasant
affair. The boys were nearly nil present and
enjoyed a delightful Utno. Mr. Mclicynold !
has the thanks of the city knlghti of the quill
tor his thoughtful remembrance.
Slie Couldn't Uiulerwt ml It.
"What in the world has happened to
you binco the lust time i saw youV"
nsked ono lady of nnothor when thov
met on the btreot the other day ; "I can I I
understand it. Than you wcro polo > ,
haggard und low-spirited , and Irauionv
berud you snid thnt you hardly cared < 1
whether you lived or died. To-day you
look ever eo much younger , and. it is
very evident from your beaming face
thnt your low spiritshavo taken flight. '
"Yes , indeed , " wus the reply ; "and shall
I toll you what drove them away ? II
was Dr. Plorco's Favorite Prescription ,
I was a martyr to functional derange
incnt until I began taking the 'Prescrlp
lion. ' Now I am us well ns I over wm
in my hfo. No woman who suffers as !
did , ought to lot iui hour pass before
procuring this wonderful remedy , "
Fleeced by the Snidu Auctioneer * or
The snide auction store kept by Orpton or
' Tenth street , and bettor known as the "Col
oncl'a place , " did a thriving business ycster
do } ' . Two men from the country were each In
duced to pay f 12 for brass watches , whllo
another gave up a 110 bill for CO cants' worth
of cheap Jewelry. A fourth who had many
more dollars than sense paid $30 for a cheap
plated watoh that would bo dear nt M.
Golden , the auctioneer n few doors to the
south of Orpton'fl , numbered among his
victims a Hohemtan woman , who paid
$10 for n worthless ticker , and , when
later , oho discovered thnt she had been
swindled , she returned to Goldou's only to bo
talked into paying 85 more to exchange the
watch for another equally worthless.
Powoni'fl Complexion Powder pro
duces n soft und bountiful 8kin ; it com
bines ovary element of beauty and pur
How T. J. Potter's Di-atli Hns Affected
Otnnliii and Her .Ucchnnloa.
yesterday a UKH reporter called nt the
the Union Pacific shops and found that work
In the foundry , ns mentioned in Wednesday's
Issue , had bcon discontinued. It was the
noon hour , und the newspaper man meeting
one of the employes on his way to dinner , In
duced him to talk on the subjoct.
"In the death of Tom Potter , Omaha and
the Union Pacific have lost the best friend
they over had. Wo workingmen mourn his
loss because during his time wo wore kindly
treated and had all the work wo wanted. If
ho had lived , there would this fall be 500
more men at work than nt present.
"Ueforo his death Mr. Potter was making
arrangements to put up n building which waste
to have been finished before the fall , ns a
machine shop , in which two locomotives
could bo built in a month. Everything In the
engines was to be made in Omaha.
"Ho had also plans for a wheel foundry ,
and but for his do.ith the foundry would hnvo
been in operation to-day. It was to have
boon built largo enough to make all the
wheels uioO on the Union Pacific system.
When the Union Pacific made its own
wheels they nmdo more mileage than did
wheels bought by the road. I MW some of
the o plans. They weio right in Clem Hack
"The force of foumlrymen under the Oal-
laway administration was decreased to n
few men. Under Potter It w.is raised to
seventy-five , and ho issued an order that all
Union P.ieillc castings should bo furnished
by the Union Pacific foundry at Omaha. The
old Union Pacific eistlngs wore the best and
cheapest on record.
"Air. Potter was a man of business. Ho
worked for the best interests of this com
pany. Ho had no personal interests in
Omaha , but ho wanted all the work which
could bo turned out hero done in Omaha. Ho
wanted this , because figures told him work
could bo turned out hero to the road's ' advan
' 'What about the leaving out of the
moulders ? " nskod the reporter.
"I know it was coming. I was told bv
some of the craft some days ago thnt they
expected to bo discharged. There were no
inoie orders coming m * > for castings and
boxes had been sent away for castings to bo
"Tliis same holds good In the brass foun
dry. A few mouths nuo they had eight men
at work there and now , I think , they have
couie down to throe , or had when I looked in
there last. These claimed that since the
now purchasing agent had come into power
work is leaving Omaha and going abroad.
But say , I've got to get my dinner. I will
see you again. "
And the man rushed off on a trot to make
up for lost time.
"Tho best on tearth"can truly bo said
of Gripgs' Glycerine Salvo a sjKsedy
cure for cuts , bruises , scalds , burns ,
sores , piles , totor und all skin orup
lions. Try the wonder heiilor. 25 cents.
Guaranteed. Goodman's drug store.
D Drink Malto it is pleasant ,
U1CIIAUD IS HIMSELF AGAIN.
The Niinu Family Heard From In
Tun Hen of about six weeks ago published
an account of the sudden and mysterious dis
appearance of Kichard Nuun and tils brother
John , and the lamentation of n number of
creditors. Richard came to this city about
two years ago and posed in professional cir
cles as a graduate of one of the English uni
versities , a doctor and healer of wounded
eyes aud oars , and had ofllcos first in the
Barker , and later in the Rarago block. He
had money and nn English appearance , but
little medical practice.
During the real osrtnto excitement ho made
some investments in real estate , which were
profitable and added to his financial re
About a year ago he sot his brother up in
the saloon business on Sixteenth street and
furnished him with antookof goods. High
rents , no medioal practice , but little saloon
business , yet numerous bills about to become
duo drove the doctor to despondency and hn
loft for parts unknown. His brother did
The creditors , whose "bills or notes were
unsecured , made the best of the situation to
secure themselves. These will probably bo
glad to known that on the 7th of this month
Richard Nunn , who is now a resident of
"Multuomnn county , Oregon , filed a paper
giving Edward Stringer , of this city , full
power of attorney over Ills business to close
up all unfinished real estate or private deal
ings and settle all bills and business pertain
ing to him. The paper has been filed for
record with the register of deeds.
Without health life has no sunshine.
Who could bo happy with dyspepsia ,
piles , low spirits , headache , ague or dis
eases of the btomach , liver or kidneys ?
Dr. Jones' Rod Clover Tonic quickly
euros the above diseases. Price 60
cants. Goodman's drug storo.
THE n.VB\'S BANK IS BUSTED.
A Servant Girl Alitkos an Inroad and
Frank Redman , of 113-1 North Eighteenth
street swore out a warrant yesterday for
the arrest of Annie Domorost on a charge of
larceny. Anulo formerly officiated as a do
mestic In the Hedmnn residence. She left
unceremoniously Tuesday , and now Itcdmnn
wants her again , und wants her badly. Ho
says that Annie left his house In n stealthy
manner. But that is not what made him de
sire to find her , but the fact that she took
with her several of his wife's best dresses ,
some fine underwear and a number of his
neckties. But , more than all tlmt.slio robboa
the baby's bank. Just how much Annie
nipped is not known , but It was something
like a half pint of pennies and nickels , more
or less. While Kodnmn has so far failed to
locate Demorost , ho has ascertained where
she anchored her trunk. It is at 1147 North
Eighteenth street , nnd nrmod with a search
warrant the complainant und a policeman
will repair thlthor at ouoo ou an exploring
An Absolute Cnro.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
Is only put up In largo two ounce tin boxes ,
and is nn absolute euro for old sores , burns ,
wounds , clmpp'ed hands , and all skin crit > -
tlons. Will positively care nil kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , nt U5
, cents per box by mull SO cents.
REMOVING THE OLD PIEUS.
The Helios of tlio Old Union 1'nolflo
Bridge Being Hooted Up.
The demolition of the old iron piers near
the Union Pacific bridge , which have been
such a barrier to navigation , has been coin-
ineaccd. Tha piers were dispensed with
when the present stoao abutments were put
beneath the bridge. No effort was made to
remove thorn us it was thought they would
bo torn down by the floating Ice. It will be
remembered that n few months ago the
steamer Terry was wrecked on ono of these
piers and her owners have brought against
ho company n f 100,000 law suit. The engineer
who has charge of the work of removing the
obstruction is the same one who presided
over the rebuilding of the bridge. The iron
liters are anchored twelve feet below low
water mark and rest on beds of cement and
stone. Great hollow tubes hnvo been fast
ened over tuo obstructions , down which the
laborer * go to dig out the stoao and cement.
For Stablemen & Stockmen ,
THXOIUUTKST niMtftT KttOWN COB 110111 !
AND CATTLE ftUEASE.
CtiU , Srrplllnpx , IlritUo , Rprnln * , Ontti.
Blrnliit , I. nici > f > B < , HtlDiu > * * , Crnrkfd
lliiuN , Hcriiti'hi' , CoiitrnctloiK , I'lrnh
Wounds , Htrltiplmlt , Horn Till-out ,
DlMempor , Colin , Whltloiv , Poll
Kvll , IfstulH , Tumor * . Splint" , JlliiR-
bonrs niiU Srnvln In IN imrly Mueei.
Apply Nt. ilurolm Oil ill noronlnnce
i the direction * vrllli oiivli buttle.
ScM by flntfaitti anit Vta'rtt Eierywliere.
The Churlc * A. Vngclvr < ' . T < IUi. . MA'
OVKU A MILLIONUISTJUIIUTEO
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated by thu legislature In ISM , for 1M-
ncatlonnl und ( hatltTiblo purposes , und Its fuui-
oblbo mude apart of thu prcsunt State Constitu
tion , in 1-fTl" " . tic nn overw iielinlmt poiml ir vote ,
take plaro Seml-Annimllv. ( Juno nnd Ooremlipp
and Us UK VN'U SINH,1J Nt'MHKIt DltANV-
1NOS take place on each of the other teninonths
In the yt-iir , nml are all drawn In public , at the
Acadcmr of Music , Now Orleans , 1 , \ .
"Wo do herubjr certify that \ve supervise the
arrangements for nil the Monthly nml Si-ml-An-
nualUriovliiKSof In-i Louisiana ttiitu lottery
Company , and In perion man IK and control
the Drawings themselves , nml that the s.uno
are conducted with honesty , tnlrnp < n , nnd In
rood faltn toward nil parties , and w e authorize
Uie company to nso tills certificate , with fac
similes of our signatures uttiiaied , In Us ud\ei-
Wo the nmk'rslpnod Hanks and Ilnnlcers will
pay nil Prize * drn n In The Louisiana btitu
Lotteries which may bo presented ft our conn-
H. ! . WALMShBY. Pros. Louisiana Nat. Ilk.
MlllUtr LANAU.Y , 1'res. it-vte Isat't Ilk.
A , IIALDWIN , Pies New Orleans Nut'l Ilk.
UAUL KOH.N. 1'rcs. Union N.itlonal Dank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
In tlin Academy of Music , Now Or-
leiuis , Tuesday , Sept. 11 , 1888.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
100,030 Ticksts at Twenty Dollars each.
Halves $10 ; Quarters $5 ; Tenths $2 ; Twen
LIST OF I'llI/.ES.
i piu/n or ww.uou is . j3oo.o
i PIUJJB or 100,000 is . mono
II'KI/.KOP W.OJO Is . 60,00) )
1 P1U/.U OP SB.WW Is . S5.WO
SPKI/.BSOK WJIM are . '
r. P1U/KSOK 6 , ( 0 nre .
25 I'ltl/KSOF 1,030 are . .
IWPltlKKSOb' 5UO are . 51,000
aoplUZrSOr ItOJnre . 10.000
60JPK1/.ESOI' WW lire . 100.0W )
100 Prizes of JSiW are . " 0,000
10J do ! Wl ) are . JW.OOD
100 do ' 'JO nro . 'MWO
099 do 100 are .
ICJO do 110 are .
8,111 Prizes , amounting to . $1,054,800
NOTE. Ticket * drawing Cmiltal PrUes nro not en-
liftoii CI.UH KATF1 ! , or nny further tnformatlon
deslrotl , write legibly to the uiirteralnnod , clourly hint/-
Inir yourre lclonee. wlili Mnto , County , Hn-et and
Number. More raplil retiirn mull delivery will bo nt-
sureil by your enclosing un ciuelopa boarlnB your
's ' 'n'il msTAI. NOTKS , Krpre Money Orders , of
New York i\cliiHiKOliiorillnary letter , Canency by
Enpi e-s ( at our ( expense ) aililreatod , . .
31 * A * llAUl llliNt
or M. A. DAUI'IIIV , New Orleans , La. ,
\ViisliliiKton , U.C.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW OULKANS NATIONAL BANK ,
New Urleutib , La.
crnH llenureitiirdiiiul Knr-
ly , who lire In i IIHMO of the drnirlnir < . IB n fimmnloo
of alKoluto fairness and Intreurlty , Hint the chance *
nro all equal , ami thai no one ran possibly divine
whal nniuher will draw a prize.
"KKMIlMlintl , also , thnt tlin payment of I'rlrosU
RUAIIAM'KKI ) 11V hUlt NATIONAL 1IANKS of
New Orleans , nnd the 'Ilckct are tUned by thu l'ro < l-
dent of an in tlUitlou , whoso churtere 1 rlKhta are
recounliert In the lilBhoit Courts : therefore , beware
of any Imitations or anonymon * soiienio V _
honestly admit that they can't euro
llhcumatisin and Neuralgia. Others
say they can but don't. Ath-lo-
pho-ros says nothing but curei.
That's the secret of its success.
Years of trial have proted it to bo
a quick , soft , sure cure.
Concord , N. n. . Sept. 3,1
In ray own family Athloplioroi wan U'Xhl
as a laxt matt , the wer bavin * fmtfeml
from tlcuni tt > < ni for > ears and liavliiH
l cn treated for thn disease by dlfftnnt
Iiliyfclciatm In till * State aud tlawacLu.
Mtta without even temporary relief.
Hl > on myTecomnTCndatlonBPoiwof peo.
I > la liavo used tula remedy with tlio fa mo
remits claimed for It. C. li. WIUOH.
Dilbuque , Iowa Jan. 3.18 ! * .
AtlilophoroH bin completely rurwl ino of
ncruiuH hiadacbe , nnd I feel thankful for
all the good IthaH done me.
Mrs. Loui-n : OHEIHIV.
* 8- Send 6 cents f r the Ixfiutlfnl colored rle-
turu. " Moorish MHjdcn. "
THEATHLOPHOROS CO. 112 Wall St. N.Y.
Or tke Llqior Habit , Positively Cured bj
Administering Dr. Halues'Golden
U can b jrlreu In a cnp of coffee or tea with
out the Knowledge ot the person taking It ; abso
lutely harmless , and will licet a permanent and
speedy euro , w bother the patient Is n moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wrccS. Thousands of
drunkard ! have been made temperate men who
have taken Golden Sueclno In tnelr coffee with
out their knowledge aud to-day believe they
quit drinking of their own frf will , it never
falls. Ihe Hystera once impregnated With the
Specific , It becomes an utter impossibility for
the liquor appetite to exist. Per ale by Kulm
& Co. , 15th and Uontfas tt . , ana 19th and Cum.
Ing sts. , Omaha , Iseb. ; A. 1) ) . roster ic llro
"tauneil IllutTs. lowm.
"nr n thorough knowledge of tlio natural Inwi
which povcrn tlio operation * of dUcitlon and nu
trition , anil by 11 enrol ill nppllcntlon of tlio nno pr | i.
ertles ot well * fllectOil tXH'on. Mr. Kmn line provided
our broukfnst taMes wiin delicately flavored hover-
ace which may MIYO us nmny heavy floctnrV hill * . It
Is Ay the judicious u of milh articles of diet thnt a
constitution may be ( fiaduKlly built un until strong
enough tu resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dred * uf nubtto lualAdlvs are floating antund in
ready t attack wherever there It a weak point. We
may escape innnr afalul sliuft by konplrutounrhci
irell fortlned wlin pnre blonrt und a properly nour-
Uhed fmiuCITll Service < Ji rctte.
Mmdo rlmply with riolllnif wxtcr nr milk. Sold only
In lulf | iunrt tint by Urooer * , labelea th ii :
TAIUTEC PDDQ 9. PR HonKcopathhsChemists
JnlHLU tJlTO UUi ) LOXDON , HNOI.ANP.
To ( ilnsgow , Itclfast. Dnblin nnd Liverpool
From New York Every Tuesday ,
Cabin passage 135 and Kf > . according to location
of suit ) room. Excursion Va to i'M.
Steerage to and from Kurop at Lowest Itates.
AUSTIN 11ALDWIN i ca. Gen'l Agcnta.
C3 Itroadway , Mew York.
JOHN BLBGKN , Gcn'lVttera Auent ,
lfl Randolph . , Chicago.
HAIIKY E. MOOHUS. Agent , Omaha.
Reduced Cabin Rntes to Glasgo v
STAR FLISH TORCH
JTOK CAM1A1UJV C1.UJI8.
Can lx attached to uiy torch. The juotl
attikcUvt of aay Ibintr ewroAemL
1'rle * fur aUacluu < tp r MO. onlj * 0.
l'no , cum plow wIvtTurch , 4 .
8peUI prior * to clubs aixl dctltn. Bent
feroar Uamp lcu C&uJoeue. uallea free.
A. O. SPADDING Ss BROS , .
And such an one as will be duly appreciated by the general public , is to be inaugurated.
It is almost unnecessary for us to go into details with regard to the quality , etc. , of our stock
as it is conceded by everybody that it is unapproachable by any ready-made clothing in the
country. Our last consignment consisted of an assortment of the
Finest Tailor-Made Clothin
Any mortal man could behold , and we will quote prices on these and all other goods for this
occasion , that will induce the most inveterate bargain seekerto purchase.
$ 8.OO buys a Seymour Sack Suit , which was made to order for $2O.
1O.OO buys a One Button Sack Suit which was madeto order for $22.
1I.OO buys a Straight-cut Sack Suit , which was made to order for $28.
14.00 buys a Railroad Sack Suit , which was made to order for $30.
17.00 buys a Four Button Cutaway Suit , which was made to order for $40.
21.OO buys a One Button Cutaway Suit , which was made to order for $50.
22.OO buys a Bannockburn Cheviot , Sack or Frock , which was made to order for $60.
25.00 buys a Crepe Worsted , ( imp , ) 4-Button Cutaway , which was made id order for $65.
$15.00 Buys a Cassimere Prince Albert Suit which was made to order for $37
$18.OO Buys a Cheviot Prince Albert Suit , which was made to order for $ -45.
$22.OO Buys a Corkscrew Prince Albert Suit which was made to order for $5O.
$25.OO Buys a Nobby Pin Check , light color , which was made to order for $60.
$30.OO Buys an Imported Worsted , satin lined , which was made to order for $70.
$35.0O Buys a Clay Worsted , silk lined , which was made to order for $80.
Spring Overcoats , lies , from $8 Up , 1
A Noblm and Complete line ofFantaloons from $2.7 ff to flO. All ultcratlonsto improve aftt done free of * 9
Misfit Clothin Parlors ,
1119 FARNAM STREET. 1119
I Three Doors East of I2th Street.
Omaha , Neb. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
N. W. Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts. , Omaha , Neb.
CAUTION Designing personw , taking advantage oT our
tlon are constantly starting bocua Medical Establishments to deceive
strangers visitlnj ; the city. Tliono pretenders Uhuully Ulg'uppcar In A
few tvccki. Butvnrcof thorn or their runners or agents. The Ompb *
Medical nnd Snraloal tn.lttuto Is tlieonly cstnblslictt Medical InctitAt'n
In Oniahu , Dr. MoMonamy , Proprietor.Vhonyonmnkeupyour mind
to visit us make a memorandum of onr exact address , and thu * Bare
tronWe , delay or mistakes.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALL
Chronic and Surgical Diseases , and Diseases of the Eye and Ear
DR. J. W. MeMEMAMY , Physician and Surgeon in Charge.
TWENTY YEARS' HOSPITAL AND PRIVATE PRACTICE.
Assisted by a Number ot Competent , Skillful ami Experienced Physicians aud Surgeons.
Particular Attention paid to Deformities , Diseases of Women , Diseases of the Urinary and Sexual Organs. Private Diseases ,
Diseases of the Xenons System , Lun ? and Throat Diseases , Surgical Operations , Epilepsy or Fits , Tiles ,
t Cancers , Tumors , Etc.
More money invested ; more skillful physicians and surgeons employed ; more patients treated ; more cures effected ; more mod
ern improved instruments , apparatus and appliances than can be found in all other infirmaries , institutes or dispensaries in the
West combined. Largest and most complete Medical Institute or Hospital in the wett. Fifty newly furnished , well warmed and ven
tilated rooms for patients , three skilled physicians always in the building. AH kinds of diseases treated in the most scientific manner. _
We Manufacture Surgical Braces for Deformities , Trusses ,
Supporters , Elcctricul Batteries , nnd can supply physicians and patients any appliance , remedy or instrument known. Call anil consult us , or write for circulars upon
all subjects , with list of questions for patients to answer. Thousands treated successfully by correspondence. Wo have superior advantages and facilities for treating
diseases , performing surgical operations nnd nursing patients , which , combined with oar acknowledged ability , experience responsibility and reputation , sllould
make the Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute the lirst choice. * j i
The Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute is conducted upon strict business and scientific principles , and patients rcclovo hero every advantage that art , skill ,
science and human ingenuity can bring to boar on their cases. Their comfort and convenience will always bo taken into consideration
Should you conclude to visit us for treatment or correspond with us , you will find'these statements of our position , location and facilities nro not overdrawn in
any particular , but are plain unvarnished facts.
Only Reliable Medical Institute Making a Specialty of PRIVATE DISEASES.
All blood diseases successfully treated. Syphilitic poison removed from the system without mercury. Now restorative treatment for loss ofrital Powor. Persons
unable to visit us , may bo treated at homo by correspondence. All correspondence confidential. Medicines or instruments sent bv mail or express , securely packed ,
on marks to indicate contents or sender. Ono personal interview preferred. Call nnd consult us or send history or your case and wo will send in plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN FKEE.
Upon Private , Special or Nervous Diseases " , Impotoncv , Syphilis , Gleet and Vnricocolo , with question list. *
for tVrftliiB a Hook Upon Private , Special
.thrown n cloud over their bright prospects and in shortening their days.
Human Bodies ° performed for in the cure most ofHare scientific Lip , manner. Club Feet , Tumors , . Cancers , Fistula , Cataract , Strabismus ( Cross eyes ) Varicocelc , Inverted Nails , Wen * and Deformities of t
We treat Chronic Disease of the Lungs , Heart , Head , Blood , Skin , Scalp. Stomach , Liver , Kidneys , Bladder. Nerves Bones Paralvi Fnilensv
Brights Disease. Tape Worm , Ulcers or Fever Sores , Dyspepsia or Gastritis. Baldness. Eczema , etc. ' ' etc" " 5 l ara'y818' ' * ! ' ? Vi
Carefully , skillfully and sientifically by the latestand most approved methods. WRITE FOR BOOK ON DISEASES OF WOMEN , FREE. Dr McMenamy has for
devoted a Urge portion of his time to the study and treatment of this class of disuses , and has spared neither time > ears
nor himself is
perfect , and fully with
strumcnt , appliance and remedy of value in this department of Medicine and Surgery. * ' every in-
Eye and and cure e clami Ear , D.seases superjorityover , we simply say call and consult us , get a sccmt.fic . opinion , then visit whom you cured like , after , and others if you have are an failed intelligent , substantiate perton our you claims. will return To to those us for afflicted treatment with
card . , . . . . 3ar and their diseases , in plain language with numerous illustrations , are written for the benefit of patients and physicians who write u tnre
* " andPtientw U have clear underfctan and
a ding can dUcribe cases to .
EASES OF TltE EYE EAR FR E158101 us more intelligently. WRITE FOR BOOK ON DIS-
Address all letters to
Or , DR. J. W. McMENAMY , N. W. Corner 13th and Dodge Streets , Omaha , Neto.
Conceded bj tUo cnatxt ar.
ti < U ta b * nnaqialed oa tthcr IltualiphOT. FutoiT
fwudad ( 842 at MuohuUr. Fr
AKD BEST TERMS1
Responsible representatives \vtuted. Cxllor
BURNHAM , TREVETT & MATHS ,
It will , when papa nnd mamma are Ic sight , It
it U properly nonrUhed. It In the healthcnlld's
normal condition. If your baby U nor t hut way ,
RIDGE'S FOOD ,
will lielp you make hlui so. Woolrtch & Co. ou
PARIS UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION
OF 1881) .
Olllco of tlio V. 8. Communion.
33 WALL BTUKCT , NEW YOIUC.
All periont , Oriui or corporation ! vrUu deilr * lu
makooxhlbln at the above nnmeil Bxuoiltlou nra
lirrttbr uotltted that lulurmatluu mid blanki lor au *
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