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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY AUGUST 27 , 1888.
The picnic of the bricklayers'union
nt 1'nurn park yesterday had perfect
weather , was well attended , nnd proved
n decided success.
S. B. Wiseman wandered into Klgut-
ler's hall on Tenth and Farnam streets.
A Hebrew club was in session. Mr.
Wif-cman wanted to mop the coiling
with the chairman nnd the executive
committee. They called the police.
When Sergeant'Mostyn arrived there
the babel of dialects and confusion of
btoricbregarding the alTair incapacitated
him. However , Mr.Wixeman was escort
ed to the station , and "btill has it in" '
( or the club.
John Peal is the original "hungry
man. " Saturday night ho was arrested
at Fort Omaha for "cracking safes. "
The bafos , however , wore kitchen safes ,
intended more for keeping out Hies than
burglars. John was arrested four
months ago charged with dining from
lion barrels. Ho is a discharged
homier , and since then has Hindu a rep
utation "crook. " Ho is
as a now a silly ,
hungry iiflbccile , with an abnormal ap
I' . Phclps , a carpenter , was unfortu
nate enough to visit the Casino garden
last night. While standing under the
entrance a burly bouncer by the name
of Wollor approached him and ordered
him down front to "buy do boor. "
Phelps did not cnro to go , and got into
nn altercation with the bouncer. The
bouncer then tried to make Phclps un
derstand the business policy of the
house , by whacking him over the head
hovcral times with his cane. Mr. Wol-
ler now languishes in the city bastllo.
Ho was hugging his fiddle. It was
liis only friend , ho taid , except the
largo load of South Tenth street whisky
which he was also taking care of. His
name is Thomas McQuagc. After fid
dling until ho got so full that ho was
past handling the bow , ho laid down on
the sidewalk Saturday night and wooed
the drowsy god. The patrol wagon car
ried him to the station , and during the
rldo ho embraced his violin box , as a
mother her first born. Ycstordnyafter
noon ho developed a case of fits and was
taken to the hospital.
n. F Hrcen and O. K. Weber , of Atlantic ,
la. , were In the city yesterday.
.T. Woods Smith , of Cnllaway , and W. C.
Henry , of Fairmont , are at the Mlllard.
J. T. Stobbs and O. C. Uarruthers , of Lin
coln , weie Sunday visitors to the metropolis.
James F. Wilson , jr. , of FalrfU-ld , la. , a
BOH of Senator Wilson , was in the city ycs-
John C. David , of Pawnco City , and O.
Home , of Syra-use , Neb. , wore Sunday ar
rivals In Oinuh.i.
Lcvl Gus , of the Dos Mollies Uuijlstcr ,
came over to Omaha yesterday to see the
elephant In a live city.
F. J. Warren , superintendent of the Bar
ber Asphalt company , at St. Joseph , Mo. ,
Is In the city on business.
Hon. George M. Cut Us , a wealthy manu
facturer at Clinton and a member of the
Iowa legislature , was an Omaha visitor Sun
Miss ninoro Miller , n piomincnt young
lady of Kansas City , is spending a few days
with Mrs. Leopold Heller , on Nineteenth
Will Scarf nnd llion Cole , of DCS Moines ,
nro nt the I'.txton. The gentlemen have
bought the Grand Island Times , and are on
their way to that city to take possession.
They are both experienced newspaper men
nnd me pushers ,
Fire 31 alters.
Chlof Galllgan , of the flro department , has
been granted permission by the commission
ers to give his proposed exhibition during
fair week. The case of Ed King , the flro
mid police repoitcr who was suspended for
Bleeping while on duty , is in the hands of the
committee on discipline.
Hebrew Charity Pair.
The following ladies have been appointed
to canvass for donations for the coming
charity-fair to bo held at the exposition build
ing during the second week in October :
Mesdanics F1. Adler , S. Helehenborg , A.
Haas , I. Kubln , Adolph Meyer , C. Hramlcls ,
L. Dammb.uim , A. Heller nnd Gcorgo Hoyn.
Struck Hy n Train.
William Hall was seriously Injured yester
day morning by ttio dummy train between
the transfer and the bridge. Ho was walking
on the track and was struck by a passing
train. Ono arm and ono leg were broken
nnd his head cut , but not seriously. Ho was
brought to Omaha and taken to St. Joseph's
hospital. Hall is an unmarried man of about
twenty-live. Ho was employed In cleaning
cars for the Union Pacific.
Ilnhhrd His Kellow Walters.
A waiter at the "Casino" made n haul on
Saturday night , nnd n lot of the waiters nnd
bat tenders belonging to that rcsoit are going
Imtless and co.itlcss In consequence. At 10
o'clock ono of the waiters "cashed In" and
quit. After doing so ho visited the coat room
nnd took everything in sight. Ueforo com-
nlnjnt was lodged with the police ho had
boarded a freight and was merrily wending
his way from Omaha , his wardrobe rein
forced with about n dozen coats without
Vests and us many hats of various stages of
A Curb Stone Crook.
On Friday a smooth party approached u
curb-stono Jeweloron Thirteenth nnd Farnam
streets. Ho entered into n conversation
with the jeweler and told him that ho was
BOOH going to start in the business himself.
When the curb-stono man closed up the
utrunpor helped him take his stock to n
neighboring ealoon for deposit over night.
Mr. A. Connor was the ptospcctivo merchant
in "solid gold" rings. In the morning ho
appeared nt the saloon , just as Urn sleepy
porter opened the doors , and claimed the
other fellow's satchels. The pot ter recog
nized him as ono of the men who had brought
them In the night before , and delivered
them. Mr. Connor then went to South
Omaha and started n business of his own.
The heavy hand of n South Omaha policeman
interrupted him , and he now languishes at
the city hall.
Hilton by a Ferocious Doc *
I The flve-j ear-old daughter of John Em
blem , who resides on Virginia avenue near
Lcavcnwoith street , was shockingly bitten
< by a vicious dog yesterday morning. The
dog is n shepherd belonging to Henry Nelson ,
n neighbor. The child was bitten on the right
temple , twice under the loft eye , nnd ou the
scalp above the forehead. Lr. Uoevcs attended
the case , i-auteriilnj ? unit sewing up the
wounds. The doctor did not consider the
dog rabid , nnd although the mother of the
child clamored to have it shot , ho advised
that it bo allowed to live. His reason for
this action was that the dog would show
symptoms of being labld within thirty days
if ho was affected with that malady , and the
parents would have the satisfaction uf watch
ing both the case aud the dog1.
The child , in her play , attempted to pick up
a bo no near the dog's Uennol , when the brutu
lumped upon her and bit her before she could
A solid vestibule train dnilv , with
dining car attached , viatho Burlington
route , loaves from their own depot ,
Omaha , at 3:45 : p. m. , arriving at Chicago
cage 10 a. m. Tickets sold ana sleeping
car berths reserved at the city olllco ,
1223 Farnam street. Telephone iloO.
A Philosophical View.
"Ma , " said Bobby. In a slightly in
jured tone of voice , "there were lots ol
things you lot mo do before the baby
cumo that you don't lot mo do now. "
"Do you think so , Bobby ? "
"Yoa , " assorted Bobby. "Still , " ho
wont on with more philosophy , " 1 can't
expect you to be so good a mother with
two'children as you \vero when you
only had one. "
Indications Point to Deliberate Do
ne t-t Ion of lilH Fainllj.
It was rciwrlcd last , week Hint C. C. Onw ,
a proof reader on the World , had mysteri
ously disappeared. It transpires , however ,
thiil ho has deserted his family. Ho left his
home , a pretty cottngo on Dupont street , be
tween Twenty-eight and Twenty-ninth
streets , last Tuesday morning to go to work ,
since which tlmo his family 1ms not seen
him. Ills family consists of u wlfu and thrco
small children , the oldest bcliif , ' but Jlvu
years old. Mrs. Oaw was seen and could
throw no light upon his whereabouts. For
the past two years thulr relations have not
been as they should , Their domestic trouble
) C'tin when Oaw paid attention ton widow ,
ivho was nt the time rcildlnir In his house.
She loft soon after , nnd although ( ! aw and
ils wife have never had any words about the
.natter their relations have been somewhat
.strained. Only last week Mrs. Oaw burled
a week old baby Mrs. ( Jaw states she heard
tnai her husband drew qulto a
sum of money f.tom McCaRiio's bank
' .ust . Tuesday evenlnp , also all the
my that was duo him at the World ofllco.
lo and u compositor in.thoWorld by thenamo
Forrester went to'supper at the Homo
restaurant. Ga\v stated to his friend that ho
thought ho would stay down town and inako
u nlirht of it , but afterwards dimmed bis
mind and got on a car to go to the Union Pa
cific depot to catch the 7 o'clock ' dummy for
Shecley. Sinco.then ho has not been soon.
Mrs. Qaw Is In delicate health , and
; s left entirely destitute. Her parents
tvo at Grant City , Mo. , nnd are
noor people. She will piobably bo com-
lulled to go to them for suppot t. Oawiis
.ho Omaha agent for the Inland Printer , a
iagazine devoted to the printing trade. His
accounts are said to bo perfectly straight
with this concern. His youngest child , a
girl about two years old , made friends with
.he reporter and asked repeatedly for
papa. " The mother explained that Oaw
was very fond of his children and especially
of the girl baby. Oaw Is a good looking
young fellow of twenty-eight years
of ace. and was very popular
ivith his associates , who deplore
ils action. It was reported that he had been
foully dealt with after leaving the train at
Slieely. The watchman at Hheely station ,
ulso the watchman at the Howcll Lumber
. otnpany. said that they had not noticed
3aw alight from the tiain on last Tuesday
evening. They had misled him , but tnouirht
probably ho was coining out on the streetcar.
The watchman of the Howcll Lumber com-
i.inv'fl yard stated that It would bo lini/ossl-
ilo for any foul play to bo committed there
iVithout being piomptly discoveio.1. There
s no doubt but Gaw 1ms left town. Whether
he has taken the widow with him could not
How to IM linage n Knllrond.
The only \\ny to bocuro the successful
.ntimigcmcnt . of si railroad is to phico it
under the control of tiblo olllcers , who
must , ho required to give it their time
nnd attention , to employ intelligent sub
ordinates , who must bo sulllciontly com
pensated and thoroughly disciplined.
By this force every detail of construc
tion , maintenance and operation must
bo closely watched. In the observance
of these simple principles lies the secret
of the great success and world-wide
fame of the Pennsylvania lines. Their
ollicors are not speculators or stock job
bers , but find in the broad field oT their
vocation , variety and full occupation
for brains that rest only at nature's
command. Their employes have not
the mean appearance of hirelings , but
the bearing and dignity of men. The
locomotives and coaches of the Pennsyl
vania system are built in its own shops ,
by its own employes , and
after its own standard speci
fications , which are continually
being _ improved. The unwrough't
material is subjected to the strongest
tests , and the llnishod equipment is
thoroughly inspected at short intervals.
The methods of operation of the Penn
sylvania lines include every safeguard
known to railroad science. The short
and direct routes of the Pennsylvania
ftoni. its army of employes and its
extensive equipment have made possible
the establishment of an organization of
through train service to the east that
offers a greater variety of choice and
better accommodations than have
been known heretofore. Five trains
leave Chicago every day via the
Pennsylvania lines , for Pittsburgh ,
Baltimore. Washington , Philadelphia
and Now York. The Pennsylvania spe
cial at 10 a. in. ; the Fast line at 3:15 : p.
m. ; the Pennsylvania limited iU 6 p.
in. ; the Eastern express at 8:30 : p. in. ;
the Atlantic express at 11:550 : p. m.
These are each excellent trains. For
tickets and Pullman accommodations
apply to C.V. . Adams , asst. gen. pass ,
agent , Co Clark street , Chicago.
Through tickets via the Pennsylvania
lines can also bo procured from any
ticket agent throughout the west or
northwest , and it should bo remem
bered that the Pennsylvania lines are
also short and direct from Chicago to
Indianapolis , Cincinnati , Louisville
and the south.
Detroit Free Press : "I was attorney
for the railroad twenty 3 ears ago , '
said a Detroit lawyer , "and one day
went out to settle a loss with a woman.
She and her husband had been struck
at a crossing , and while she was badly
hurt , ho was killed outright and horses
and buggy smashed lo pieces. They
had the dead wood on us for 15,000 , as
the engineer did not signal the cross
ing. I wont out to make an offer of
about $12,000. The widow was not able
to sit up , and I stopped at a store in the
village and bought bomo oranges and
lemons and took them up. When wo
finally got around to the matter of dam
ages , she said :
"Yes , it was a sad thing , nnd the rail
road was to blame , but I don't want to
bo mean about it. I suppose the presi
dent and all of 'em are worried most to
death , and I suppose I could stop all the
cars from running , but I want to bo
just. Your bringing up that fruit
proves how kind-hearted you all are ,
and if you think you could altord to
give mo $1.000 I'll sign off. " .
"I made her accept $0,000 , and took
her the money myself. When she re
ceived it she asked :
"Won't the road bo crlnnledV"
"Oh , no. "
"Cora run just the samoV"
"And none of your folks are mad at
mo ? "
"Well , then , I'll take it , but if the
road bhould got hard up and want tc
borrow , it'll lind mo ready to lo'nd. "
tio\vKnto , to Suit Lnkn nnd Itcturn.
For the grand regatta to bo hold nt
Suit Lnko , August ! 10 and 81 , the Union
Pacillc , "Tho Overland Routo"will sell
tickets August 25 at ono faro for the
round trip. Good going to and includ
ing August 80 , returning until Septem
ber 0. HAKUY P. DKUEL ,
City Passenger Agent ,
Ii02 ! Furnam street
The LoiiKCst Hallway Rcnch.
According to the Iron Ago the longest
straight reach of railway in the worlt
is on the now Argentine Pacific rail
way , from Buenos Ayres to the foot o
the Andes. For a distance of 211 miles
the line Is laid without u curve. Tlu
level nature of the country will bo evident
dent from the fact that there is noithoi
a cutting or an embankment which if
deeper or higher than ono yard. The
entire absence of wood on the plait
across which the western end of the roai
passes has led to the extensive use o
metallic sleepers. Operations have al
ready begun on the mountain sectior
of the road , which is to cross the Anne :
and to open up communication with tin
IS BASE BALL BARBAROUS ?
Joel llcntoii Think * ( In ; National Game
American Magazine : The base ball of
lo-dnyhas , to bo sure , its primitive germ
in the delightful boys' game wo used to
know , but its departure from that in
character is both marvelous and malign.
Its main object COOIUM to bo to obliterate
all the fun which the game naturally
supplier , with ono other the develop
ment of a "pitcher. " Ilo is called a
"pitcher" principally because he won't
or can't pitch. That in. ho has learned
a cortortion of body and swing of arm
that defeats all uxpoctcncy of the batter
and extinguishes the true fun in the
game. On him more than any one else
depends the success of a side ; but what
it succeeds to it would bo dilllcult to
toll. When it its " ' '
. gets "innings' they
are more or less useless , because another
"pitcher" ' with tricks peculiar to Him
self , excites again the admiration of the
crowd of njiectators by making hits
cither scarce , accidental , or impossible.
In the old game of free and frequent
hitting n sldo was no more persistently
"in" than one is now. It wont out as
often , but it could tell what it gained by
an "inning. " It secured the sport for
which ball playing was llrst invented ,
and for which it has been played cer
tainly 2,000 years , viz : the joy of hitting
the ball. When it wont out the other
side succeeded to its rapture and ex
perience. The modern game , on the
contrary , is something like what llshing
might b"ecomo if some one would invent
a "regulation bait" which no lish would
ever bite , or like the hunting which
the proprietor of a grove recommended
and was called to account for recom
mending when ho replied that.
"There was no game tii the grove. I
know , but I thought that fact would
make all the more hunting. "
The "catcher" in modern b.iso ball is
another development that must not bo
passed by. In the circuses there is
often a trained athlete , who stands in
front of a cannon and catches the ball
in his hand when it is tired out , at no
very great distance from the gun. The
charge of powder which sends it , however -
over , is measured , and serious accidents
resulting from the undertaking , ! think ,
are not numerous. But the catcher of
the regulation baseball implement , or
globe , or toy call it which you will
takes liis life in his hands , lie has to
catch a ball which might as well bo a
cannon ball , with little power to tell
where it will find him or he itand with
a cortnintj that if it hits him serious or
fatal injury is most likely to ensue. To
make it less possible that his nose or
jaw shall bo broken , or to prevent his
teeth from being Knocked entirely out ,
ho now wears a wire cage over his face ,
not wholly dissimilar to an ox's miuilc
or burglar's mnsk.C H )
This device , however , does not always
prevent a catastrophe. Injury and vir
tual mayhem to the hands the catcher
is alwajsi sure to get if ho remains in
the business long. Calloused joints and
broken lingers nra certain to come.
Injuries which no sane person not a
baseball player would accept for a
princely fortune given in advance are
made light of by the true catcher , and
are often referred to by the craft as if
they were the scars won in an epoch-
deciding battle. The "regulation" ball
is really an instrument of barbarism.
It has hurt others than the catcherand
occasionally kills an innocent person ,
who happens to stand in the line of its
path , with easy celerity.
Oct Your llulli-oiul Tickets
NORTH , SOUTH ,
EAST and WEST ,
and secure your sleeping berths at
1H02 FnrnnmSt. ,
Union Pacific Ticket offlco ,
IIAHUY P. DKCti ,
City Ticket agent.
Death nnd Burial in China.
Popular Science Monthly : When the
Chinese wish to declare the extreme
voxatiousncss of any piece of work , they
bay , "It is more trouble than a funeral ; "
the obsequies of a parent being reckoned
the most nmdaoning affair in human e"x-
Infants are buried summarily , with
out colllns , and the young are interred
with few rites ; but the funerals of the
aged , of both ' sexes , are elaborate in
proportion' to the number of the descendants -
ants nnd to their wealth. When a
childless married man dies , his widow
may perform the duties of a son toward
him , may remain in his house , and may
adopt children to rear as his heirs and
as worshippers of the family names , if
his widow purposes marrying again , a
young male relative may , with the con-
pent of senior members of the clan , un
dertake the services expected from a
son , and may inherit the estate of the
When ono is about to die , ho is re
moved from his couch to a bench or to a
mat on the floor , because of a belief that
ho who dies in bed will cairy the bed
stead as a burden into the other world.
Ho is washed in a now pot , in warm
water in which a bundle of incense-
sticks is merged. After the washing ,
the pot and the water are thrown away
together. Ilo is then arrayed in a full
suit of new clothing , that ho may ap
pear in hades at his best. lie breathes
his last in the main room , before the
largest door of the house , that the departing -
parting soul may easily find its way out
into the air. A sheet of spirit-money ,
brown paper having a patch of gilding
on one surface , is laid over the upturned
face , because it is said that , if the eyes
are loft uncovered , the corpse may
count the rowti of tiles in the roof , and
that in such case the family could never
build a more spacious domicile.
You can find cool , well furnished
rooms at the Globe hotel , best located
house in Omaha.
Sheridan's grave is only a few feet
from Arlington mansion. In the dis
tance can bo soon the capital city , the
sky-piercing shaft of the Washington
monument Hanked by the glistening
dome of the capital and the slately
squares of public buildingsami between
rolls the broad expanse of the shim
mering Potomac , Its bosom generally
rufllod by the soft summer breeze.
Upon the crown of the hill stands the
historic Leo mansion , once the homo of
Martha Curtis , whence George Wash
ington bore her as his bride ; whence ,
also , Robert E. Leo , the great leader ol
the confederate armies , found a wife in
another daughter in the Curtis lino.
Round about the grave , dotting the
sloping hillsides , are lofty oaks am'
chestnuts , with hero nnd there an evergreen -
green freighting the air with balsamic
Call and POO the largo stock of safes
and vault doors carried by Meaghcr &
Whitmoro at 410 S. 15th street Omaha.
Sheridan's $ : * IJiiHiness Sword.
Washington Post : It is noteworthy
that while the enumeration of Genera
Sheridan's property includes $5,000
worth of bwords , etc. , the sword which
the general carried all through the war
on which the record of his victories wa :
engraved , and which was the ceremon
ial sword that lay upon the general's
bier all through the obsequies , was pur
chased by him nt the beginning of the
war for S3 from another ofllcor , who hue
o I bought it at an auction in Chicago
1 tbe same amount ol money.
Watches and Diamonds Found in Tea
and Coffee A Novel Way of In
troducing Goods ,
The names ofia\l \ persons finding ilia-
nonds. watches , etc. , are added to this
1st daily. The Overland Tea company
of San Francisco.havo refitted the store ,
2'20 S. llth St. , near Farnam , Omaha ,
ind in order to introduce their goods ,
.his company put for GO diiys , souvenirs
p every can of tea and coffee bold such
is i-olid gold , silver and nickel watches ,
also genuine diamonds , in solid gold
betting ; also money , and many other
irticles of less value. Every can con
tains a souvenir. The colleo. can and
contents weigli about three pounds ; the
.en , can and contents about one and a
mlf pounds. This expensive and novel
way of advertising will bo discontinued
after GO days , and thcbo really choice
joods will bo sold strictly on their mcr-
ts but without , the souvenir. Of course
every purchaser must not expect to got
i diamond or watch. This company
claim that they have just as good a
right to give away watches , diamonds
or other jewelry and money nsthoh'com
petitors have to give away glassware ,
ctiromos , etc. Get up a club. Those
\\lio got up a club order most always got
i handsome present. Orders by mail
uromptly forwarded to all parts of the
United States on receipt of cash or post-
olllco order. Terms : Single can SI ; six
for 1-j ; thirteen for $10 , and twenty-sev
en for $20. Address Overland Tea Co. ,
Otnaha , Nebraska.
Mr. C. R. Robbins , Columbus , Neb. ,
mail order , silver cup ; Mrs. E. O.
Brunswick , S. 150th St. , silver butter
dish ; Dr. R. Trobridgo. Kith st. , din-
nond ring in can tea ; Miss Blrdio Wel
lington , Davenport St. , silver sugar
bowl : Mrs. A. M. W. Leedcr , Miami
st. . silver live bottle castor ; Mrs. A. R.
Whitlock , S. Omaha , Nob. , silver pickle
stand ; Miss Carrie Jones , Seward st. ,
silver cake stand ; James II. Ward , Co-
.umbus , Nob. , superintendent nrcht. ,
diamond ring in can of tea ; Mrs. A. R.
[ Jnnn.'ih. N. ISth bt. , silver pickle stand ;
Miss Julia A. Morris , Davenport st. ,
bilvcr butter dish ; Mrs. M. C. Johnson ,
17th st. , silver sugar bowl ; John S.
Howard , S. 23d fat. , gent's hunting case
jold watch ; Miss Ida Robbins , N. 40th
St. , silver pickle stand ; Mrs. O.
A. Bcrdnn , Des Moines , la. , mail
order , 27 cans of tea for $20.00 , S50.00 in
old coin in can of tea ; Mr. Win. B.
Cook , Capitol avenue , silver pickle
stand ; Chrjstino Nelson , S. 2'Jth ' street ,
.linmond ring ; Frank Arken , Missouri
Valley Junction , diamond ring and sil
ver 5-tbottlo castor in tea ; M. F. Dennis ,
Parko street , silver pickle stand ; Miss
Sadie Gaslinc. N. 20th street , silver
sugar bowl ; Mr. Walker A. lorby ,
Jouncil Blufls , la. , silver 5-bottlo cas
tor in tea ; John Kealing , Miller street ,
diamond ring in tea ; C. W. Wright ,
IGth street and Harnoy , silver butter
dish ; Mr. Jos. E. Thompson , S.
-2d ! btreot. bilver pickle bland ;
Miss Lillie Wnchter , Saundcrs &t. , ele
gant gold ring , diamond ruby , sapphire
setting , in tea ; Mr. D. E. Kelly , S. 14tn
St. , bilvor bugar bowl ; Mrs. A. L. Kin-
ney. N. loth st. , silver cake stand ; Mrs.
E. B. Winn , S. lith ! St. , diamond ring
in tea ; Mrs. Joe Craig , S. 21st st. , silver
butter dish ; Mi-b. Julia WykotT , UOthst. ,
can money in tea ; Mr. C. II. AtwollN.
42d bt. , silver pjcklo stand ; Mrs. D. W.
Noftdgor , Dodge at. , silver butter dish ;
D. W. Lunry , Pierce st. , diamond ring
in can of tea ; Mrs. M. Melnlyro , fair
grounds , silver butter dish ; Miss Lulu
Bell , S. 10th st. , diamond ring in can
of tea ; Mr. Al Barber , 18th bt. , gents
solitaire diamond stud in can tea ; Miss
Lou Fuirchild , Cuming bt. , silver cake
stand ; Mr. I. Whitmore , bilvor pickle
stand ; Miss .Tcnniu Roland , N. 10th fat. ,
bilver cup ; Mr. A. W. Brandt , Chicago
st. , silver butter di&h ; Mr. W. II. Van-
dorpool , S. ! ! 3d bt. , ladies' hunting case
golu watch in can tea ; Mrs. Alexander
Dixon , N. llith st. , silver pickle stand ;
Mrs. John A. Warner , S. 22d st. , ladies'
chateluino watcli in tea ; Mr. Albert
Young , ISth st.silver butter dish ; Miss
Carrie Swan , Leavonworth St. , bilver
Mrs.J. Cline , N. 18th street , ladies'
hunting case gold watch in tea ; Mrs. J ,
M. Fisko , Cabs btreot , [ silversugar bowl ;
Mrs. Win. A. Murphy , Jones btreot ,
bilver pickle stand ; Miss Li//.io Connor ,
S. 12th street , diamond ring in can tea ;
A. R. Williams , IGth street , silver
pickle stand ; Mrs. A. L. Brown , S. 9th
s-trcet , silver live-bottlo castor ; Miss
Carrie Gassoway , Cuniing street , failvor
cup ; Mrs. C. M. McMaken , Howard ,
Neb. , mail , 850 in gold coin in tea ; A.
R. Howell , Capitol avenue , gent's diamond
mend stud in tea ; Miss Min
nie Russell. Park avenue , silver pickle
stand ; Mrs. J. B. Pardons , Council Bluffs ,
In. , ladies' gold hunting case watch in
tea ; Miss Allio Young , North 20th bt. ,
silver sugar bowl ; Mrs. T. A. Walitor.
14th fat. , failvor pickle stand ; Mibs Inuv.
Burnett , Howard St. , ladies' chatelain
watch in tea ; Mr. F. E. Lawrence , 2.d !
bt. , bilver cup ; F. C. Chnpin , Davenport
bt. , can money in tea ; Mibs Grace C.
Lunoy , Ohio bt. , silver sugar bowl ; Mrs.
C'hns. Rouse , 17th st. , silver pickle
stand ; Mrs. G. W. Coyer , South 2sth st. ,
silver cup ; Mrs. F. II. Buck. South lth ! )
st. , silver fruit stand ; M rs. Henry Jacobs ,
Loavonvortli St. , diamond col
lar button ; Mibs Kale Berry ,
Dow City , la. . mail order ,
ladies' chiitolaino watch in tea ; Mrs. M.
\Vilson. . llarnoy St. , failvor live bottle
c'istor ; Mr. C. A. Kingsloy , South
O IP ah a , Neb. , gent's faolitairo diamond
stud in tea ; Aliss Mary Gordon , Sher
man avo. , olognnt cluster diamond ring
in can tea ; Mr. A. L. Freeman , Saunders -
dors st. , silver sugar bowl ; Mr. Harry
Tagger , with Gibson , Miller & Richard
son , diamond ring in tea ; Miss May
Lewis , Burt St. , silver picnic stand ;
Mr. G. A. Whiting , Saunders bt. , $10 in
gold coin in tea ; Mrs. John Guthard ,
Sarpy house , Papillion , Nob. , silver
pickle stand in ten ; Miss Matilda
Smith , Sheoloy , Nob. , diamond
ring in tea ; Miss Minnie Reynolds ,
Canitol avo. , silver pickle stand ; Mrs.
Edward Reed , No. 17th bt. , silver sugar
bowl ; Mrs. Art Brigham , 40th St. , ele
gant ladies' bcarf pin , line diamond setting
ting ; Mr. Will Lewis , Thirty-eighth
st. . silver sugar bowl ; Mr.John
Kctehain , Davenport bt. , silver fruit
stand ; Miss May Whitney , Chicago st. ,
bilver pickle stand ; Mrs. Charles A.
Eckhart , North 20th St. , silver bugar
bowl ; Mrs. Albert Johnson , South llth
st. , silver live-bottle castor ; Mrs. M. C.
Kaig , Howard st. , silver cun ; Mrs. J. C.
Russell , South Omaha , diamond ring
in tea ; Miss Lillie Barnes , Davenport
sL , failvor sugar bowl.
Miss Maud Buchanan , North Eigh
teenth fatreot , silver fruit stand ; Mrs.
L. A. Wheeler , South Twenty-fifth
street , silver sugar bowl ; Mr. W. Wy-
ant , traveling faalcsman , diamond collar
button in can tea ; Miss Mamie Taylor ,
South Omaha , silver five-bottle castor ;
Mrs. Robert Barnes , North Eleventh
street , silver sugar bowl ; Mr. William
Galyors , Albion , Nob. , mall order , diamond
mend ring nnd S10 in gold coin in tea ;
Mrs. F. B. Daniels , Davenport street ,
bilvor picklb stand ; Mrs. William A.
Phillips , Howard btrcet , silver sugar
bowl ; F. C. Dcnniston , Cuss street , diamond
mend stud in cun tea ; Mifs Susie Love
joy , Council Bluilu , la. ) bilver sugar
THE NEBRASKA SHIRT
The increase in the sale of our Dross Shirts since we introduced the "Nebraska , '
brand , lias been enormous and wo are justified in claiming that our wonderful success
in this specialty has no paralell.
The popularity of the "Nebraska" shirt is simply duo to its superior qunlily in goods
and make and the unprecedented low prices. These shirts are made and put up express
ly for us. They are all cut lengthwise of cloth , arc full size , and every shirt is careful
ly examined before being placed in stock.
"We have three qualities of unlaundried shirts. Our 30c shirt is made of good muslin ,
linen bosom , reinforced front , patent extension sleeve and back facing.
Our 50c shirt is made of New York mills muslin , 3-ply fine linen bosom , full reinforced
front and back , patent extension facings and full felled seams.
Our 70c shirt is made of best New York mills muslin , extra fine linen bosom , full re
inforced front and back , patent extension facings , felled seams , hand made button holes.
Our Liuuulrietl Shirts at Ooc , ! )3c ) and $1.25 nre fully as gooil as those other houses nre selling for $1 ,
$1.50 anil $2.
" \Ve \ are soiling this season an elegant pique bosom , open front Shirt at $1 ; it cannot bo matched else
where for less than $2.
We have just opened the handsomest assortment of French ,
Scotch and Domestic Flannel Shirts , in new patterns , for fall wear.
These goods have no superior in quality , make and fit , and we sell
them from 25 to 50 per cent cheaper than any other house in town ,
We still have a good assortment of sixes of those fiuo Linen Collars warranted 2100 linen and con
tinue to sell them at G5c per do/en les than one-third their value. Only one do/.en to each customer.
Our fall stock of Hats is in. It is the grandest collection of Hats
ever shown under one roof.
Cor. i4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha. i
THE BEST MADE.
If'c can f/frc f/oit the
stork and ylve ( lie lowest prices
in the city.
DKACSUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY Wilt
OBTAIN MUCH INFORMATION mOU A STUOV OF THIS MAP OF THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLA1M PACIFIC H
Its main Ur 01 and branches include CHIC Ad O.
PEOIUA. MOLINE. BOCK IBI AND , DAVZN-
rollT. DES MOZKES. COUNCIL BLUETS. MTJS-
CATIKE. KANSAS CITT , BT. JOSEPH. I.EAV-
ENWonin. ATcmsoN , CEDAR HAI-IDO ,
WATERLOO. MINNEAPOLIS , old BT. PAUZ. .
and scores of intermediate cities. Choice ot
routes to and from the Pacific Coaot. All trans
fers in Union depots. Fnot trains of Flea Day
Coaches , elegant Dlnlns COIB , rnaimlQccnc Pull
man Palace Sleepers , and ( between Chicago , St.
Joseph , Atchlson and Kansas City ) RecllnlnR
Chair Cars , Beats Free , to holders of through
Chicago , Kansas & . Nebraska R'y
"Great Rock Island Itoute. "
Estcuds West and Bouthwoet from Kansas City
end St. Joseph to NE.LBOH. UOllTON , , DELLE'
VILLE. TOPEIEA , I1EBINQTOW. WICIIITA ,
HUTCmNSON , OALDWEIX , and all points In
ICAHCAB AND OOUTHCRH NEBRASKA
and beyond. Entire paBsenper equipment of the
celebrated Pullman manufacture. All safety op-
pllancea and modern improvements.
The Famous Albert ton Route
Is the favorite between Chicago , Rock Island ,
Atchlsan , Uaneai City and Minneapolis and St.
Paul. Its Watertown branch traverses the great
"WHEAT AND DAIRY DGLT"
of Northern Iowa , Southwestern Minnesota , and
East Central Dakota to Watortown , Dphrit Lahe ,
Sioux Falls and many othei towns and cities.
The BhortXlna via Eloneca and Konltalcoo offers
ipovlor facilities to travel to and from Indian
apolis , Cincinnati and other Southern points.
ForTickota. Mapa , Filders , ordeelrod informa
tion , apply at any Coupon Ticket Olllco or ucldresi
E. ST. JOHN , K. A. HOL3ROOK ,
Oen'l manager. den'l Tkt. Ct Pass. Agt.
Certified Checks , Payable at Sight on the
Piiflol Sound National Bank Given as
Security ( or Money Invested.
Tolhosjdeslroiucf tmylnit property on time , we
offer Hit ) fnllowiiuc Wo will iillow froin3 uiimthu
in s yrart tlim > . uoonlliiK to thu land you eeli-cU
Wo cliurKO neituer premium nor Intercit on ( Imp ,
imynienti , and will iilm you ft warranty dotd Via
\in\o \ lots lit fV ) uml filiut ur wltliln B rudliii
of two und n half miles of thu | > outoRlc , w
quire only UlpuriDnt. n un ( ami it money unil nr
wlllalTocertlBuit clieclt fortlio lull amount of each
nndoTcry mititcqueiit payment 'Ihudieckltclrawn
by the I'unct Sound .Vntlunal hunk nndli mudepjy
able lit uliilit and ) uu cun draw your money lit any
time thou.-li hy nortnlnic you forfeit your rlvlitu to
pimlmiohvud. Mnku your Income , no matter how
tuiull.rurn komcthlnir. Trui ) > contlnciitalrullrimil9
aitilicuillNK forKeottlH , and iimnufntturlnil : Sour-
l lilnt ; . ( lenural conmipri o ! In u unto ul f ubjtun.
( ml pronrooton. llio dally pnpeiit are tilled with
of new enterprise * , fahle mr iirnl li
SEATTLE , W , T.
ir. J. ,
Surgeon and Physician.
Ofllct N. W Corner llth and bout-las St. Offlco
UUvUout , iOO ; Uejiaeuca tulepU9U i 509.
O EV1 A H A
MEDICAL i SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & . Dodge Sts
K , A. O B3 S ,
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AMD TRUSSES
Best facilities , apparatus and remedks for silt
'essfiil trentmcnt ofe\crv form of disease rcquir
lug Medical or Surgical Treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Uonrd nnd nttcndaucc , best hospital accomm
ilntlons In the west
WKITK ton CIKCDIAKS on Deformities and
Ilraces , Trusses , Club I-eet , Cun attire of tin
Spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , Cat.irrh , Bronchitis
Inhalation , Ulcctricity , Paraljhis , Hpilepsy , Kid
ney , llladder , Hye , fiar , btiu and lllooo , aud all
Dlseasos of Women n Spools ! 1y.
BOOK ON DISEASES or WOKEN Fmz.
; : ; LY RELIABLE MEDICAL iNsiiiwr
BAKING A Bl-ECIALTT Or
AH Wood Diseases successfully treated Svph
illttc 1'oison removed from the system witlionl
mercury. New restorative treatment for loss ol
Vital Power. 1'ei sons unable to visit t's > may lie
tieatc-d at home by correspondence. All coranm
nicatiotis confidential. MedlcmesorinMrtimcuts
ent by mail or express , securtly packed , no
marks to indicate contents or wilder One per
sonal interview preferred. Call nnd consult us or
'end history of > our case , and we will scud in
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon Private. SpccliH or Nervous Di eases , Im
vitcncy , Sjphilis , Olcet and Vancocile , with
question list. Address
Uinaha Medical and Surflleal Instituteor
DR. Mcf lENAMY ,
Cnr. 13lr innUodoeSti. . OOHA.NEB.
THE CHICAGO AND
And Chicago ,
The only rna 1 to t.ike for DCS Molnc MurslulKmn
Ceilnr Itipuli Cllntiin , DIXIIII ( liluuo , Milwaukee ,
nnil uli points K.i't 'lc the pc'cplco ! Spbrnkit.ColO'
r uloN ) Mtuliiu t 'all ' , Mutiu , N'uutd i Oregon. Wiibli
inu'ton Hrul Cii'lfnnnH ' It olM'M Mipurloi lulTiintaKi'S
nol | ici-"lblo by niir otlii-r linn.
AiiMinu u low ol thi' niinii'rnvis polntxcif mipcrlorlly
onJoM l > ) the patrons of thh ruiid littween Omaha
tm < l MtluiKO , urn Iti three trains u Un > of DAY
l-X wlncli 1110 thi ! Mni'Ht tli it limiinn art and
liiKtMiiiity um trt'tito. tin I'AI.AnisMCICIMNd CAKS
tluitquiil ofwhldi cannot lin liiiinil eluiwheic. At
Cmimll HlnlN thnlixlin nt the I'nlon l'u < ltl < lull
wa > count ! t 111 union depot with those of the ( 'III-
( line A Mialiwo-t'Tii lly In riilcjcn the trains of
this Him muke doMi lonnc'i tlon nltb those ot all
ror Dcticilt , ( uhinil'ii Indianapolis , CltirlnriHtl.
Nlaeiri I alls MiirTHlo I'lilslmiu 'Jiirontn , Montrcul
lto > ton Now \iirk , I'lilln Illnldu , lnltlnmiVH ! ! I-
Ink-ion , und all points III llio Last. Ait lor tickets via
If you wlih the l.c' t iiccdiuiuucallon , All ticket
RKentmn'll tlrkutsfla tldillno
11. iiin.iiirr , n. r. wn. ° oN ,
( jen I .Mnnnscr. tJen'l rusi'r Ascnl.
< IIIC\00 , Ill-i.
W. N tlAHCOCK , ( Iru'lVe torll Aitent ,
1) . n , KIMIIU.Ii. 'lltkPt Anent ,
l ) rKil' City l'ai anei > r Agent
1401 ruiiutiubtreet , Uinalm , Neb.
The lariicsl , fattest and llnmt In tbe world
I'aiitonRer accomruodatloni uuezrellecl.
Mew YorkluUlu > zo\v viaI ondoadrrrv
ruicAPSiA . . . .Fcpt. l t I ANCIIOIIIA Sept. 1
Kl'llM' lH hunt , Rlh I IILXOMA Sui > t111
l.TIIKiriA hCPt. ISth I CIIICAHNIA Oct. I 111
KfcW VOIIKTO l.lVEUPOOr. X U VIIEKNSTOWN.
TboCelebrateJ I Jjirtieat and finest 1'as-1 t-fpt. Mh
Stenniililp kcncer tftiaiiiir In CXT. . < nl
Clll OK 1WMH | the \VotU. I OCT. Slut
Saloon putftnga to ( JUvow. Derry , Liverpoolllelfnut
orOuei'uslown.KjUand upwur In IKT ( iUmo * Meain-
urn. Mlund IHMTarils forclly of Home , heeond clats
H ) . lluturn tUkett at loluicd latei made avallabla
lor either route , offering i'xcur lonl t llio ptlrim ;
lit teelne the North anT doutb of Ireland , tbe Itlvera
Mem-rand plcturoaqnuClrdu. Mei-nnjn 1.0. Anchor
Line uraft > puynhlu frou of clmrto. xild at k/wrtt
rule * , ror book of touri , tickers or tuitberlntonnit-
HOD apply to
HENDERSON BROS. , 72 La Salic St. . Chicaso.
Or to any ot our local ngenti.
A and energetic ladr canranert reildlng In ihli
* or other lowni. No capital neceiiary. Uoodi
rll the year round Heferenc required ! Adrtreti
\VE3TKHN AQKNT3' SUl'l'tV CO. , TO JtlUb Ate. ,
Cmcugo , 1U.
Your Left Liver
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
BEAD THIS IP IT IS *
A Proprietary Meillcmo that neoda butatrlft )
to provu Its \rortli.
Df , Calbdei's ' leff Lber Bitters ,
The only Distilled Hitters In tlio Unite *
States. The only Hitters recognized by thi
United States Intemnl iecnue laws as aPri
prletnry ModiPlno. l.iivt fully I'atcnted. No.
Patent 14-9.673 , Contain * no fnall oils ,
essential oils , no foreign substance ordainIng - , .
Ing druKi A peifectlv time medicine , conv
pounded from I'nro ' Uoot Herbs nnd Old Penclil
pleasant to the titnto , quiet nnd derisive In It
eltect. Cures Dyspepsia or Yellow.laundlce li
flvednj-h. HcKiilatcs the Bowels. Invltrorato
Inactlro I.iver , C'ires Diseased I.Ivor , Itevlrer
the Kulnojs , Improves the Appetite Qutcljlyji
Hcfrnlates the wnole system. Now Life to tufr
1.eft Liver Hitters are sold In Omahn.Nob , by thi }
fo lowlnu ilnik'vlHta : lllcliardsim DriiK Co , Hpeolal
NVholeialr , foi tlioilruf inturcst of iSebragka , lie *
" < iool > linSaii ° liVoo. ? , W. . \Vhltelion cT. W. Bpaft'
fanlum II Viirniwortli , f-cbrotcra riiarnm < y , '
Kiilin \ fnJohn < ! linli < ili , .M. IMrr. J. A , Full.r U
Co.\V.J lluulini , .lolin II Conle , ( ' .1. Irliu , M.Si ,
1'nwell , r II ( Icntsch , John r. IlulTskMorroU'r
riiirmiicyJanie ( ornttb , II (3. Hell , Dr. . ) . J. Harllle ,
C. .M. ( ns-ti ) , r Chainllur , llabns i'liiirinacy. Our1
ncy \ llu'J.C. . KhiK ,1. W. Ciarkn , J H.bcbtnldj
.Max Ili'cht , J.- ! . ( "lirlfliinnin , W. K.I.amberrou. U. t
Cix ( , .Max Conrad , trniik W. hogx , It. ItHUnussor
Ccoruu Itnoilor , llnycl B Pliiirniaiy. ( \ A. Melcbei
Howard MCJIHB , I r.ink Dcllono A. Co. , nhp
dealers In CUari. und iMtl I.Ivor Ultteri.
TJ. 5. DEPOSITORY , 01IAHA , NEB.
I'nlil Up Capital $250,000
II. W. YATK . President.
I.KWIR S. HMII : , Vlco President.
A. K. TouIMS' , -ad Vitu Picsldent.
\V. U.S. IHIUIIM , Cashte *
W. V. Mintii : , .JOHN S. Cor.ONS ,
II. W. VATIS : IJKXVII S. KKUD ,
A. II. TOU/.AM.V.
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner l th and I'nrnain SH.
A fiener.il llauUii llualnms Transacted.
MAX MEYER & BRO ,
811(1 ( M
Gencial Agents for
STEINWAY , KNABE , CKICKERINO
nnd other ( list-class pianos.
Leak at I'OLI.OWIXU HAKCiALNS TOR
I Stelmvny Square , cost 1350 ,
forliw' . . . . . . . WOO 110.00
IKnuboBciuiire , costXWfor (
H5) . . . . . . . 23.00 is.og
1 Dockir llros. Square , cost
triOlorf-MJ . 29.00 10.CO
1 llmwerson Square , cost
JUKI. tortJO . 10.00 c.co
1 Newton i. Co. Hquaro , cost
tlOil.forjIlO . . 15.00 8.00
1 .Miu > liall A. Wentlel Uprlaht
I'lnno , cost now riOi.lorJL - 20.00 10.00
1 Hullet .V Davla Uurluht
us Kixxl us new , coat JjOO ,
foriii" 3.00 15.00
1 Ilullct i. D vls Bfiuuto , cost
' ' SO.OO 10.09
1 bhonliiKe'r S Octuvo' ( Vrenn ,
. cost . _ new . $75 , ( or only Mi. . 10.03 B.OO
or an , used ono
year , cost new tU. > , forUi . 10.00 MM )
1 Mason > Ilninllu Or can
doulile bank , cost new UOO ,
( ort V 1000 e.oo
Ilrlug this ml. with you to a\ola rnlstalci *
MAX MEYER & BRO. , r'j
Corn'cr Klxtoenth and Farunin St * .
HeAhvi and bruti/1 i th tialr ,
ju Mt rowt
HilrtolliVtuthfuj Cplor , '
ton. t IJnigyl t .
FLORESTON COLOGNE , .
HotttragraiitaiiaUttlntcf I'trtumci. Co. VrvKWA
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