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THE OMASA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. REPTEAfRER Ti 188& .
THE NEBRASKA STATE FAIR ,
limnonao Crowds Throng the
Grounds All Day.
WALLS PACKED WITH EXHIBITS.
Many New and Novel Attraction * Ex *
cite tlio Wonder nnd Admira
tion of Visitors Kroni
LINCOLN Buiiniu or THE OMAHA Bnr , 1
1020 1 STIIIIKT ,
LINCOLN , Sept . . I
There has bcon a ivlld rush for the fall-
ground since early morning. At hlph noon
at least 15.0CO people wore rushing hither nnd
hither for n luncheon or a good square meul.
Dining halls were crowded. Tncrc was
seemingly no room for the tlintd , and occa-
Blonully ono of the cheeky ones of cnrtU could
be found cursing his stupidity while the more
fortunate ones were satisfying the wants ot
the Inner man. But these matters are only
hero and there.
The second dny of the preat annuul ex
position of the state Is better than the llrtt
from every imaginable stand point. The
greatly Increased attendance Klvos life nnd
spirit to the exposition. While the exhibits
are precisely the same , the exclamations ,
how Brand , how bountiful , ring upon the air
on every hand , nnd a new interest Is awak
ened In what would shortly become old and
stuio. New faces nnd now voices tirrive nnd
depart , reminding one that change Is stamped
upon everything. This , ncrlfups , ia ono
of the reasons why n state can
BO successfully give these wonderful
exhibitions from year to year. Like n cir
cus they are much the name. Yet they can
not bo classed among the humbugs.
Go where you will on the grounds to-day
nnd you Hud the exhibits In the proper place
for successful display. They seem more
rather than less Imposing than yesterday.
Newness falls to wear oft in n day. In going
from place to place ono forgets the wonders
ho has loft behind in the new features Unit
burst upon the view. It is Impossible to truv >
erse the grounds In n day and lake In nil
that is to bo seen. There are ( i.-t'.M
entries in the twonty-ono classes on exhibi
tion , but this fact gives but a vague Men of
the wonderful aggregation on exhibition.
Many of the entries Include hundreds of nr
tides of a like kind. The exhibit at
AOItlCUI.TDUU , HAI.Ii
provokes the admiration of everybody. It Is
bo.vond anything of the kind over seen in
Nebraska , and some level headed cili/ens
pronounce It the llnost over seen In the west.
Nothing can surpass It except the Hold nnd
garden In actual blossom , bearing their pro
ducts In oil the beauty of maturity and
ntands nt the head , and Its exhibit
Is pronounced by many the finest ono In
the hull. The exhibit of the county is in
charge of Superintendent J. L. It. Knight , of
Leo Park , assisted by W. II. Cramer , of Ucr-
win , \V. A. Walton , of Lee Park , and M. A.
LI. Martin , of Broken Mow.
The county was organized In 1STS. Beauti
ful banners represent the exhibits of that
year. The llrst at the ens-turn entrance of
the hall bears the name oC the county in gilt ,
nnd shows it to Imvo been buffalo and deer
horns , nnd other animal inhabitants of the
great west. Opposite this and at the extreme
west of the exhibit the immo of ttio county Is
bountifully written in millet heads , and forms
n circular arch. At the right of
this can be seen n beautiful photo
graphic view of Broken Bow , the capital of
tlio county , crowned with a vurltnblu broken
bow , the Indian's ' weapon of warfare during
the early days of the state's history.
The display of Ouster county is ccrtainlv u
thing ot beauty. It has been so arranged as
naturally to attract attention. The exhibits
on the back ground nrobeautifully decorated
with native nnd tame grasses , of mugnilloonl
growth , and thu cereal grains In sheaf nnd
utalk. There aru over one hundred sheaves
of wheat , and outs , nnd over ninety of the
dlfforont varieties of grasses , whllo from
Jlfty to OMO hundred stalks of king corn
tower over and ubnvo them nil. The oats
exhibit merits especial mention. Ten varie
ties form this uxhlbit , taken from grain
fields all over the country , viz. : Banner , Prize
Cluster , Clydesdale , Japan , Mcssopotnmln ,
Wide Awake , Welcome , Kust Proof , Golden
nnd Whlto Kusslun. Notwithstanding a sea
son of rust these varieties nrn up to the
standard of any ycnr. I our variatios of
wheat establish the claims of Ouster as a
grain growing county. Besides the exhibit
of twenty-six varieties of corn , in stock nnd
oar , ami wheat and outs in sheaf and meas
ure , specimens of millet , Gorman imported ,
nnd grown in six weeks by G. W. Wilde , can
bo soon. The seeds nro plump , In perfect
form and the stalks are fully three feCt hi
length. There nro also an endless variety of
vegetables , perfect in every way. The at
tention of the sight seer is instantly drawn
to the llftucn varieties of potatoes , three of
onlnns , red , whlto and yellow , and
the mammoth pumpkins , squashes ,
tacts , mangles , and lost. but not
least , the peerless exhibit of Mrs.
M. A. B. Martin , of Broken Bow , consisting
of 14 * cans of jollies , canned fruits , butters ,
pickles nnd preserves. If this collection does
not carry away ono of Iho first premiums
Tin : BI.K representative will think that in-
Justlru has been done. The attractions of
Curtis county are line , and go u long way
toward proving every claim set up for her by
her enthusiastic citl/.ens.
TUB &TATK INIIUiTllHI , SCHOOL ,
Superintendent Mallnlicn in.chargo , mulicsH
magnificent showing for IMS. The products
of the farm tire among the llnost in the
hall , and they include eighteen varieties of
potatoes , hovcti varieties of beans , seven of
peas , Uvo of boots , two of corn , three of to
matoes , three of cucumbers , three of melons ,
three of squashes , two of carrots ,
ono of parsnips , eight Jars of canned fruits ,
thrco ol native grasses , six of onions , wheat ,
oats , millet , cuullllower , egg plant and a
magnificent sheaf of pampas plume grass.
The school also makes n special exhibit of
worn In textile fabrics , fancy nnd orna
mented , the handiwork of the girls of Iho
school , whllo the bo\s \ present for considera
tion some excellent samples of work from the
manual training departments. The school
bund of blxteen pieces is on tlio grounds and
presents n very creditable nppoarnneo in
their nicely tilting uniforms. It is also well
to add that twenty-two or the lads , the
special caru of Mr. Mclluliou nnd "tho state ,
an ) also in attendance. The exhibition ol
the Btuto Industrial school attracts attention
both In and out of the agricultural hull.
COI.ONUI , T. ii. cuims ,
of Chleairo , III. , is snugly located In the hall ,
und takes pleasure in distributing a littlu
work entitled "Ono Hundred Hints on
Dairying , " Ho also exhibits the ' 'Eureka"
salt , manufactured tit Liverpool nnd Now
York. U U of u superior quality.
THOMAS COUNTY ,
organized about ono year ago , presents the
illicit "rough and ready" exhibition at the
hull. Superintendent C. C. Wright has the
exhibit in charge. Ho takes great prldo In
showing stalks of sod corn UK feet In
height , each bearing two ears , perfectly de
veloped and fully seven feet frotn the roots ,
Ho also exhibits peanut vines that bear very
line specimens of that variety of nuts ,
Tlwy were planted in the furrow
and buried by the sod as U
fell from the plow. Fine specimens ol
melons , some of which weigh over fortj
pounds , potatoes , boots , turnips , onions ami
squashes all attest that they came from t
country poRsosMng n wonderfully fertile , soil
It is proven that Thomas county Is nc
longer u ban-on waste , but a country peoplet
by cnterprlso and intelligence. Thodford
the county seat , is pleasantly located am !
easy to reach. The county ventured to the
state fulr under protest , but her exhibit I :
onoof credit und worth. Most nil of hoi
products are represented. Small sheaves ol
oats and wheat show that the cerial grains
can boouccissfully cultivated. The wonderfu
tumble grass specimen is one of the marvels
It measures over six feet In diameter
Blue point only grows "K feet In height
There u certainly nothing sandy about this ,
The fine specimens of corn in the ear nttcs
that king corn thrives , and that the hog wll
develop into minus of gold. Great pumpkins
grown from the uncultivated sod , also spcal
volume ! ) for the lund of Thomas , and anyone
wishing a home in the great west can gi
thuro with full nsturanco that the soil wil
iirovldo bread and butter for the little ones
The common sweet potato equusli on exhlb
ttlon , grows to four times tl.o usufl size , um
the imirblcheud , the Boston , marrowfat am
the. bunaniuinuh melon , the most luscious o
it's , class , ulsci attest that the ; uauts of tin
lublo' never cutler. O. C. Wright * o
Tliedford , will answer any and nil questions
relating to the county or soil. Write him or
talk to him.
TUB U.MVP.IISITT EXrr.niMKXT STATION
offers n modest exhibit , nnd It Is worthy
of more than passing notlco. This attraction
includes 170 varieties ot potatoes , twenty-live
of corn , forty of mosses nnd forngo plants ,
eighteen of oats , nnd garden vegetables ot
all norts and kinds. The object of the station
Is to test the varieties of garden nnd Held
plants adapted to Nebraska cell and wants.
A bulletin will bo Issued during the fall nnd
the result of all experiments will uo given to
THE IHIIir ATT1IACTION
stands In thu center of thu great hall. It
is Jim.- . The Sulton , Fremont and Shclton
creameries hnvo line exhibits of tubs ,
prints nnd granular butter. A. G. Porter
nnd A. O. King , of Lancaster , nnd J.
M. Bennett , of Hebron , Thayer county ,
the products of thuir home dairies. The
cheese product Is represented by the Gibbon
fuctory and T. M. Sexton , of Bartley.
But why prolong the story I The north
wing of agricultural hall is grandly repre
sented by Lincoln , Thomas , Keith , state In
dustrial school , statn experiment station ,
Lancaster und Uunuy counties ; the cast by
Howard , Perkins , Hitchcock , Furnns nnd
Jefferson ; the south by Plattc , Thayer , Cum-
Ing , Cheyenne and Hayes ; the west by Cum-
ing , Ouster. Gieenwood Seed Farm nnd
Frontier. The story of the toil of the season
lust past Is told very beautifully by the ex
hibits of thcso counties. But it also tells
that thu reward that been munificent. The
stutofalr of IMS proves beyond any question
of doubt that Nebraska is the greatest agri
cultural state of the union. The display of
fruit Is perhaps not quite up to the nvcr.irs
year , but Cuuilng and ShUiiders counties
have very fair exhibits. It Is impossible to
do justice to all of the attractions on exhibi
tion , but it is certain that , agriculturally
spo.iklng , the state has boon splendidly rep-
rchontoii. und every county c.m go homo
feeling that if the red or blue ribbons fail to
come , the supply rnn out or injustice lurks in
some corner that will never bo explained
At 1 : 0 o'clock the ding dong of the
hell from the grand stand announced that thoraces
races for the day were on. They Included
Nebraska foals of 1884 , for a purse of 6'i" > 0 ,
trotting ; the U:8 : ( ) class , purse , SI00 , nnd lot
( ! for thu running dash of ono mile for n purse
of * JOO. The following were the entries :
William T , Charles McCormlck , Ben B.
McMuhon , IJurlndc , Nnxllght and Nellie G.
J : : ) class : Ethel G , Frank P , George
Wolfe , Forest Wilkoi and Mnxoy Cobb.
Hunning : Forest King , Vigilante , Archie
II and Brown Idle.
The races drew a largo crowd. Fully live
thousand people were in the grand
stand and in the vicinity of the
track nnd the trots were enthusias
tically cheered , especially when the favorites
rounded the curve for the homo stretch.
Some of the boats were neck and neck , and
nt times it was uncertain which stopper
would pass under the wire winner. But not
so in all of them. Tlio llrst heat of the first
rnco was ono of wild disorder , and It seemed
that some of the entries would bo distanced.
But by hop-sUip-and-juuip runs this disaster
wiw averted , and good trotting was done in
thu finish of this race.
Class C , lot 1 , sheep , Cotswolds Best ram
2 years and over , llrnt premium , C. II. Ball-
Ingor , Plum Creek ; second prcniium.'U. P.
Bennolt & Son , Lues Summit , Mo.
Best ram over 1 year and under 2 , U. PI
Bennett & Son ; sccouil premium , C. H.
Bust pen of ewes , two yours and over , first
premium , U. P. Bennett & Sons , Loo's Sum
mit , Mo. ; second premium , C. H. Uullmger ,
Host pen of year ami under two years , U.
P. Bennett , llrst premium ; second premium ,
C. H. Bulllngcr , Plum Creek.
Best pen of owes under ono year , first pre
mium , U. P. Bennett & Sous.
Best ram two years and over , Leicester
shire , J. X. GrUtlth , Shen.xmlo.ih , la. ; second
end premium. George Kichardsou , Benedict ,
Lot 0. Merinos , no competition , best ram
two years nnd over , C. Ml Soars , Aurora ,
Nub.Best ram ono year and undur two , first
premium , C. M. Scars.
STAir. KAIll NOTKH.
The conventional side show Is on the
grounds , and notwithstanding thu closest
vigilance of the authorities the pickpocket
and sharper follows in its wake. Win or
lose , the unwary are tried a turn.
In the 2:40 : stallion nice yesterday after
noon Coppormont won in three straight
heats ; Governor IX Swigart , second ;
Lyndon , third. Best time 'JiSf. : :
In the running , one-half milo dash , Emma
tvou ; Bay Billy , second ; Lady Slipper , third ;
BarUns , fourth. Timu 81 seconds.
The United States Industrial school
band , ol Genoa , arrived on the
grounds yesterday afternoon. The band
is composed of seventeen good looking In
dians , and they bundle the drum and horn
as though bred in the harness. The boys
mnko quite a marited attraction.
The "sod house , " labolcd "The way wo
start In the west , " a production of citizens of
Logan nnd Wells counties , Colorado , is
crowded feom morning until night. S. J.
Shirley , the gentleman who has it in charge ,
exhibits n very line collection of agricul
tural products nnd vcjrctublcs on exhibi
tion.Tho Now York Manufacturing Jewelers'
association is on the- ground in all its
glory. A good brass ring , warranted ,
can bo bought for the small sum
of u quarter of a dollar. The smitten swain
buys und his ucst girl Is happy.
Tlio an hull is almost palatial in its beauty.
The ladies who have It In churgo have done
themselves proud. The exhibit in this do
partmcnt is simply perfect. No point on thu
grounds is more generally sought. TUB BBC
representative will glvo it special attention
The premium dispensers nro now going
their rounds. By to-morrow morning the
red and bluu ribbons will mark the
llrst and second prizes very generally
in all the live stock departments ,
The sheep and swine will all wear their hon
Secretary Furnas and his corps of assist
ants express themselves eminently satisfied
with the first and second days of the great
show. The days have bcon all that they
prouiUod , and tlio attendance argues well foi
thu future. Mr. Furnas says that Ne
braska's annual exposition is already i
The pollen force has very little to do on th
grounds. This may bo duo to the fact thu
the devices of the gambler have been denioil
the privileges of the grounds. It Is certain
that the cry , "I've been lleoccd or robbed , "
has not yet been heard. The wisdom of the
action is apparent in this fact. Gamblers
find It slim picking anywhere on the grounds
IMtMi nnd WOIIH-II'H nones ,
joints and muscles may escape the agoirUlng
tortures of rhuiimatlsm if they will but "tub
tlmo by the forelock , " und aunillhato th
symptoms of oncoming trouble with the be
nlgnant and highly sanctioned blood dcpur-
cut and alterative , Hosteller's Stomach lilt
tors. Poisons mostly constitute the ordinary
muuns of buttling with this atrocious com
plaint. Avoid the risk of using these by re
sorting to the sufo as well as elTcctual antl
phlogistic and preventive. After exposure
to damp , through drafts und other causes
which encourage a rheumatic tendency , a
wluc glass full of bitters prevents 11) ) effects.
No surer provenllvo of malarial ailments
liku fever and ague , bilious remittent , dumb
ague and ague cuko exists , and it Is , besides ,
a most genial recuperator of strength ex
hausted by excessive mental or physical
cITort. Minors , mariners , operatives und
others whoso avocations Involve laborious
work In rough weather out of doors , or close
application in doors , find it invaluable.
Right Frcnuli Thro.hers Killed.
PAIIIS , Sept. 11. Klght persons were
killed and live Injured by an explosion of a
threshing machine at CIron , department of
Wax Stui-cl ) .
This starch is something outicly now ,
and is without doubt the greatest starch
invention of Iho nineteenth century , ( nt
least everybody fcays so that have used
it. ) It supercedes everything hereto
fore used or known to science in the
laundry art. Unlike tiny other starch ,
tin it ia coated with pure white wax und
chemically prepared upon scientific
principles by tin expert in the laundry
protcssito. who lias had ycnrs o ! practi
cal experience in fancy luundryhig , U
IB the tirst and only btnrch in ttio world
that makes ironing easy and restores
old summer dresses to their natural
whiteness , and imparts to linen u beau
tiful und lasting finish. Ask ' your
grooor .next Monday-for Wax 'Starch.
EXTERNAL USE < > ;
f Jacobs Oil , Apply fl3 clsEepcJ (
/nfaf wafer and wrun&alit.
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS AND DEALER ! ,
" " 'CHASA.VOGEIER C9 BHTO.MD/
Ii rntlrflr n Tc-gctatita rrcptrttlon con
taining no Mercury , 1'utinli , Arrenlc , or othcf
Jlatcur l liun-lnxli nf eiviof rptlhclt < v
Bin nr Cancer of the &kln , thousand ! cf inset
or Cczcmi , moot ! Human And Skin Disrate § ,
ami liun JrcMs of thounam.s of cnse < of Cvrot-
uJa.niooJ Tolcon r.nil Ulood Taint.
II.li rcller < Hl tlioL > uidf of cn-M of Mrrea-
rill ro'.sonluj , lUieumullsm and StllTncn of
ruTTAxnoiu. TT.XV. Jime lSSI-Swlft'i
BpoclSJ Co. , Allant , Un.-ontlvinmii ; tilths
arly ; > crt of tlio prem-iit year , n bad cue of
bloo.1 tioMo.-i nppcuad upon mn. I bi-uan
taking H. 1' . M. under nrtrlcu of onolker , nnd
to lay I reel groutly Imrrovoil. I am ttlU
taking the medicine .tud shall continue ! to rte
o unlit I un tx > i fectly u ell. I IHteve It 111
ffoct Bjievreot care. Yours trnljr.
tiou. I' . HOWARD ,
111 WeHHUtli St.
Counmu , 8. a , July 7 , lV < S The Swift
Bpeolflo Co. , Atlanta , U . Oetitlomcn 1 1 wn
great DUIerorf rom mutiuUr rheumntlim
for two .rcnn. I co'ilit Rot no permanent ro-
llef from any medlcloa iirc u-lboil litrar
physician. I Inolc OUT H dotuu Iwttffa o'f
your S. S. 3. , und un - I HUI nj well an I over
win In my lift * . I am euro jour nnUlcIn *
cured MS. nnd I would roeommou.l 1C to nny
rnuHdriUE from any blood dlivawx. Your *
truly , O. V. . Ilmnis ,
Conductor C. d O. U. R.
\VACO , Tmun , May t. -OonHonien : Th
vlfn of ono of my ciulumrni wni terrllilr
afflicted Mlth n Inatlinnmonkln dUeusc , tlial
covered lior whole body , bail niu cniiUned
to her tied for novornl yearn by tUs cnitctlon ,
and could not help honclf M OIL Him could
ot tloop from H Tlolent Itchlnq and stinging
of the still. The disease banlcd thoekfllof
the physicians who truau-d It. Her hi ( linnd
bcuau anally gltlng lil wlfa Swlft'a SpoclUo ,
and she commenced to Improve almost im
mediately , and In a few vn ck she vraj ap
parently well. Sbo la now a lioartr line-
Jenkins lady , with no trace nf the affliction
left , you Ttry truly , J. K SKAKK ,
Wholotalu Druggist , y.ustlu Avtnuo.
Tre-xtlso on Blood nnd Ktlu Ditcorei mailed
froo. TUB Swirr Br cma Co. , Drawer 8.
Atlacta , Go. J New York , 736 IJroidiTay. ,
OVER A ftllljLlOX DlSTUlllUTKD !
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated liy the legislature of ISH. " . for IM-
ncational und ClmrlUblu purposes , and Its fuiii-
thine iiiado a part of thu WH-ent Sttilo Constitu
tion , In Ih7' ' , by an overwhelming populur vote.
tnKe place Heml-Annimlly Mum * and December )
nnd its CUANI ) SINCI.K KUMIIHIt iHA\V-
! Nj8 ( tnko place on each of thu other ten months
In the year , and me all druwn la public , at the
Academy of Music , Now Orleans t.a.
" \Vc do hereby certify that we supcrvl o the
iiiraiiKCint'iits for nil thu Monthly iind hVinl-An-
nua ! IJriiwlliKN of ' 1 he Louisiana htuto Lottery
Company , und In person ninniigo und control
the IJruwlnK themselves , und that thu sum0
are conducted w 1th honesty , fnlrness , nnd ln
Rood fulth toward nil parties , und wo authorize
the company to use this certificate , with fac
similes of our signatures iittitchcd , In UH adver
We , thounder lcned Himfcsand Hankers , will
pay all 1'rizes drawn In 'Iho Louisiana fitnto
Lotteries which may uo presented ut our count-
It. M. WALMRLEV , 1're.s. Louisiana Nat. Hank.
I'lKKHi : LANAUX , 1'res State Nnfl Itunk.
A. llAI.mviN. ! > res. New Orleans Nnt'l Dunk.
OAUL KOIIN. I'res. Union National Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
In tlio A'Jattpinv or Mttitc. Now Or-
loons Tupntny. Oct. ( lilt , 1888.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
100,000 TJo'wts at Twenty Dollars each.
Halves $10 ; 'Quarters , $5 ; Tenths , $2 ; Twen
tieths $1 ,
LIST OF I'ltl/KS.
1 TIUXK Oh'J.l,0.0.01.s . XHOUO
i IMII/.I : OK lovHMis . iiin ( ( )
I HUI/E OK fiO.lOdlfl . fil,0.,0
1 T'UIZB OK SiU i8 . -T''X . ' * >
a 1MU/.KSOK l ( ) , ( 0nre . BI , M
ni'ltlKKSOK rAHI are . ar > , UK )
SJ 1'UI/r.S OK l.iliUuro . Jil.Ulil
10J IMtl'/KSOK 5W lire . 500 (
2M I'ltl/.ILSOK JiOO lire . trfl.lXXI
COJ 1'ltl/KSOK a are . 100,100
AIM UOVIMATIIJN I'U1/K-I.
103 Prizes of ynwuro . Wfim
100 do : t lnre . : m(1N ( )
100 do wnro . H , voa
TKItMlN.Vf , I'ltr/KS.
1W.I ilo IWare . ffil/.KKI
Wt do lUOure . 9.M , )
a.131 1'rlzcs , amounting to . tl.U'il.Kiu
NOTE. Tloketa drairms Cupltnl 1'rlzcs are not en
titled to terminal prizes.
ItfKoii Ci.un ItAtES , or nny further Information
de < lied , write loulbly to the unilurslnno.l , i-lii.irlr
KtHlliiu voiir rctliloncf.mth htiitc. County , Mreet nnd
numbc-r. Mora rudd | return mull dellvury will ho nv.
miredlijr your ciH'loHnz an emclopu Leurlna your
Bend I'oyi'AIi NOTKS , Expro B Money Orders , of
N'evr York Kxchnnco In onllnnry letter , Currency by
Kipres * ( at our exrenso ) BddrcsM'd
JM. A. DAUt lll i ,
Or M. A. nAIH'Ill.V , e v OrleKns , IM.
Wushlniiloii , I ) . C.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW O1U.KAN3 NAT1OVAI. HANK.
Nen Orleans , I.n ,
1 ? I\i"17AI"Rll > Tlmt the presence of Gen-
liJtaHUjm liL'jIV ITHH llenurognnl mill
Kurly , who uiu ItiihirKO or the itravfincs. t * a uar-
nntuu of iibsolulu ulrnfsi mil Integrity , tliitl tlm
olmnce * nruall eqiml , anJ tlmtno ouu can possibly
divine what number will ilniw n prize
MIKMKMIIKII , nl o. Hint tlio imymont of pilips U
(5UAKANTI5UII 11V rilUU NATIONAL HANKS OK
Now Orlruns. nnil the Tickets nro nlxm-il by tliu | > rcv
lilont of iin Institution whoso cliarturi'U rluliU nro
rrooBiilteil In the highest courts ; Inert'lore , bowitio
of uny Iralt.itluns or uuonrmous schcnien. "
rrilE SCIENCE OP LIFE , the
- * great JIallcal Work of the
ag * on Manhood , Nerrous nncl (
Fhrslcal Debility , Premature '
Decline , Errors of Youth , an.A
the untold mscrlesconse ! < iuonr
thereon , SCO pages 8 TO , 123
prescriptions for nil dlteuea. *
Cloth , full gilt , only f 1.00 , bj <
mall , cealeil. Illustratlt e sample free to all young
and rulcMlo aged men. Svndnow. The Gold and
Jewelled Medal ananled to the author by tbo Na
tional Medical Association. Address P. 0. box
1S95. llotton , Mass. , or Dr. W. H. PABKBl , grad
uateof Harvard MedicalCollene.SSyears'iiractlce
In Doikm.vrtio may bo oonsulteil conndentlally
SjieclaUy , Diseases of Man. Offlco No. I L'ulflach st.
-a miles north of Chicago.
v-A Kull Corps of Kxpvrlenccd In-
< ; UH KirtI.U r-nTe Courses of Ptudy.
! A4 < li.iTliH-Unsurpas : > tfa for Inslrurtlon ,
Health , llnnio ronifnrtii. and Christian Intlnences.
Mn. } . n. r. 1)AV1IIM < I.Niiiit. . lllihluud
1'urk , III. bend for CatalOKue.
TrmiV. obmbfnid."uulmntc atb *
only on * Intio world trencratlits ;
_ _ _ a continuous fttctHs t ttagmtG
C mrroJ. tcicntHo. 1'oirerful. Unratil * ,
Domfortmtl * aud KSMUT * . Arcld ( nods ,
- Ovtrfi.ooocortd. 8 m4BUfflporp rifehl l.
_ ALHO KLXOf KIU UtfLtn rou jSlHKJLWlfsT
n * . HORNE. lavuioi. let WABAU AVL. Citmuo.
Yh. > ii WEAK , NEnVllfK. DKUII.ITA-
TKIrhn In lit * I' IIY t.nil ItlNon A. % < < R
t\ea TRir.Lr.il RW y his TKiOR of 11DIIT ,
rrMn ! Updn the of
HKA A < THK , II 4 JK A 'H K , Drendrti !
llruimt. WKAKNKMX of Memorr. It
rU I.N ENS 111 9UOIKTT. PI.Wl'l.E Uliotl
the KAf'U. auilnlltlin EITECTH Ifncllnir to
KAI1I.Y I > KtAYand : p'rlinp < : ONMCm' : .
VION nr IWSANITY , should consult nt once
ItP CUI.RHKATKU Dr. Clarke. KMuutfehcd
IM1. ir. : Clarta hu made ! XKRVOis ; J r-
BII.1TV. CHUONf : anil ell DIceasci of
ttie UEJflTO I1HIKART On-uns a I.lfo
tfndjr. It m kc H < > d I ( Terence WHAT you
tJtve taken or Wll O b failed to cure you.
O-FKN AMJS tuRVrhiR from diseases pccu-
lUr to their sex. can consult with the ruiturnnco
of tpeoriy rolUf and cure. Send S
fbr works on your dlieaset.
H-en ! ] < l 4 centu poatntro for
Workn on C'bronlr , Wor on and
Mt."o Iilitaae * . ConaultntloD , pcrnounl'y or by
VtUer , rr f > . Consult the nl l Ilnrlor.
Vliouinndsi curod. orarmand nnrliim
prlvnto. 3-Thfse coutemplatlng wairlogo
vend for Dr. Clnrlin'c cclehratcd guide
Hat * nnd Ferunl . each I6c. , both V c.
HUmpi ) . rt fn > c conflmne your ca e , coneult
nr. DLAKME. A friendly letter or unll may
save future lUOeringfiud shame , and add golden
years to lire. * rBoolc " I-tfc'u ( Secret ) ! >
rent , " We. fstatnp' ) . Medicine and wrlllnrjs
scut ( Tery whore , secure from vxpnattrc.
Bouts , 8 to 8 : tiunjays , 9 tn 12. Address ,
P. D. OIiAAKB , M. D.
108 Sa. Clark S&v HIOAUO. ILL.
THE CHICAGO AND
Iniiton nnd Cnnforntii. It ollrrx mpcilnr
not iiowlbln by any other line.
Aiuoniu 1 1' iv ol the nuincioin point- tiupcrloiity
enjoyed tiy thu patrimncd thli mad bttwppuoniiiha
und riileairo , MO Hi thrcti fiilrix H dn of HAY
UOACUK" , which Hro Iho Illicit Hint hiinmn nrt nml
InKenutty v.in < reat < > . lUl'AhACl'.SI.Uni'lNa t'Alls.
thee < ] tm1 ot nlileli cuiinot bo Iiimiil i > l pnhen < . At
( k > uncll llluiro , the tralm ( it the I'nlon I'ucltlii Hull-
nay connect In milmi ilvpul with tlinn ! of Hie ( ' 111-
ciittO.tNorthwcMPrn Uy. In flile-iuo llui trnlni ( if
ihU line nmtci ! dine ionne < tloii ullli llin o ot nil
other Itaitprn llnii.
Tor IX'tiolt , Ciilumtiuo , Iiiillniipoll" : , Clni.l-inUI : ,
Niagara Kail" . Dntrnlo. rilt'luirK , 'Inronti , , Mnntrcul
lo tnn , .Np\r York , riilladllphlH. It ilthnimiVi : ' .i-
Incton , nnd till piiintu In Hie ll.ibt. Atk lortkketi vH
If you wliih tbo ! > pft aiTniuniih-atlun. All ticket
llen-l MuuaBorj en'l IM..T I A.cnt.
W. N UAlirnCK. Icn'l We-iicrii AiiiMit ,
ll.l : . KIMHM. I , , Ticket , \zcnt.
( I. K. WKaT , Olty IMNen < * r Asont.
1101 laiiiiiiufctrfut , Utiiuliit , Neb.
Hirfi"n"ou.Vm' ' ' < V 'Solli'Momum ' of
" ' . ' " ' ' '
- - " - 'iHrrSrjRh'sKSS
e r.i.tiy riTniH a
The Sanden Electclo Co. 169 LaSillc ot. . Chicaev
aul EnthlC'.llon in the
feel sate In rci-oinmond-
lug It to ull mTorera. (
A. j. STOMB : , H.D. ,
Docainr , III.
Tr d. Sold by DrusRlsta
PEERLESS DYES ARE THE BEST
Bold by 1
AVe arc yliowing a larger stoolc of JJoy& ' and Gliildrcti's Clothing limn all our com
petitors combined , ami feel satisfied tlwt'we can "lead the trade" in this department of
Clothing never \sras as cheap as it is now , and never did wo mark our goods with
Much a small profit as wo did this season. The larger the business \ve do the cheaper
we can afford to sell.
We will inaugurate the fall season with a grand Hoys' Clothing Sale , and as at the
opening of schools , boys' clothing are mostly in demand , wo propose to make the com
ing week the most memorable one in our boys department. Wo moan to surprise you
with our bargains and that every garment that wo sell shall bo a big advertisement for
Here are only a few of the bargains which we offer this week :
Two-piece Children's Suit , si/.o 1 to 18 , at $1.00. We cannot describe this suit ,
but we ask you to come and BOO it. You will bo astonished what a suit you can get in
our store for $1.00. Other houses would charge $2.00 for such a suit and pretend to
give you a bargain.
Two piece Children's Suits , of good cotton mixed Cassimere , heavy weight , nice
patterns and well made , at $1.60.
But the greatest of all bargains is the Knee Pants Suit wo are offer this season at
$2.5O. This is a suit wo are proud to show. To call the material "all wool" would
not mean much , as we have sold all wool suits at that price before , but we can truth
fully say we never offered SUCH a suit for the money. This suit is conscientiously
made with special view to wear. The material is honest .ill wool cassimere no shoddy.
The pants are made with double thickness of cloth in knee and scat , and every seam is
sewed strong. It is a perfect wear resistor. Besides that it is neatly plaited and fin-
ished. Other houses would charge $5.00 for such a suit.
We are equally well prepared to fit larger boys from 12 to 18 , arid prices are made
just the way the Nebraska Clothing Cmtpany does business GIVING GREAT
EST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
Cor. I4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha ,
'llto Hotel Hrokers. 1" ! IJroaihvny , New Vork.
nireijoiiiu line business chi\u OH in the cult1 or
I.ertii aml Kill nil tire of Hotels till over the r f.
Our Wt-bti-rii division ioriiirlsm ] some line
liiMisis in NoljniHtcu. Kunsni , MNourl , Inwo
nnd .MlnntsotH. I 'ullfoi-nln itnil Texui. lleiiulreil
rnpltul S.'I.OMMo J10.WK ) . on liousen that me l > .iy-
liiK well.Vi' nlnnys Mib-ituntlato iooil rensuns
forimilIesi plllnK wheiu evi-u liouneh uiodolut !
M'ell. Now ! > tli month for lioti- to be nclit in
If uo wish to 'Oil to Kooil uilVHiilago. All com-
tluiis answered promptly.
Heniarlmble for jiowerfiilj rmpsv
Thcttc. tone , pliable action nnd ab
solute nuralilllty. a J years' record ,
thi be t guarantor of the eicel-
lenco of tuose Instruruc-uw.
JUDICIOUS AND PEIISISTk'rif
Advortlslnff has always p'ovea
succesBful. Before placlusany
Nuwspnpcr Aavurtlslug consult
LORD 8t THOP/3AS ,
A1)\E1ITIS1\U AMNTS ,
il ! < B HaafelnU BlroeU CHIRACO.
Certified Checks , Payable at Sight on llio
Pugcl Sound National Bank Given as j
Security ( or Money Invested.
Tc > llioeod * lroincf IniytiiB property on lime , we
oner thn followingWn MI iilloir from 3 inmitho
KI Ii year * llmu , iimndlnir to the land you nulvcts
Wo rharco neither premium nor Interest on tlmn.
' anil lll clT < > jnu a warrnnty ilucd. Wo
Eitynii'ius ut KX ) utul K > lliut urn wllliln u radl it
of two nnd n hnlf rnllei ot tlio postofllce , w
qulroonly Hi per cunt. nun CHrriiot money and wo
will sl o ccrllrli'd cliotk for tlio lull amount ot vnch
anil i-vrry nnbsequnnt pnyniunt. Tlmrliorkldlrawn
by tlio 1'uBKt Sound NaUuiml bnnk and Is miidepay-
ablu at sltiht nnd you cun dmw ytnir money at uny
tlmo tlionch by pntlolnK you forfrlt yonr rinutt * to
ptirr-tta n land Make yonr Inromc , no matter fcow
tiu llfuri orni > thliie. 'rinni-contlnrntnlrnllriinds
nir-lu'.ulliiK forSenttle , nd ninnufnttnrlnitlKflour-
iMiliiR. ( Icnrral rornnic'rco It In uMntcol mibstan-
lull pr' tfre sltn , Tie ) flully pnpuis nro tllletl with
accuuntn of new entt'rpr cst. Ctiblp utr nd linre
car. circle Seattli * . Acl.lri'ni COOK .V MOO ICE.
who have the ] , AltlisT : rUUl'EKTV LIbT In
SEATTLE. Wi T.
_ - . _ - 1 rade Mark ,
Label , Print and Copyright protection st-
cured Good work , good references , modcr-
atech'pv Sendrorpamnhlet. R , G , DuBorl
910 F St. , Washington , D. C.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ,
The best Route from Omaha and Council
- = = E = THE EAST = = = 5-
TWO TRAINS IUII.Y BETWEEN OMAHA AM *
Chicago , -AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapid * ,
1 Hock Island , 1'rocport , Kockford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , DaTenpoft ,
Elgin , Mmllson , Janmllle ,
Ik'lolt , Wiuoua , La Grosse ,
And all other Important points ICast , Northeast u
Tor through tickets call oa the ticket spent at IM1
Fnrnaiu street , In llarkcr lilock , or at Union Pacint
I 'f'uliman ' Fleepen and the finest Dining Can In tht
, world uro run on the innln Una ol the Chicago. MU
waukte A Ht. faul Uallway , and erery attentfpnU
I pnlil to passenxers by courteous unifluyc * ct UM
It. MII.I.EU. Oenoral Mannuer.
J. V. TUCKEH , Amlstunt General Managtr.
A. V. U. UAlll'UNTKU , Uonerul fUMWer and
OKO. K. USArrOKD , Assistant OMMH
and Ticket Agent.
J. T. CJ.AUK. Oeneril Buoertntenf tmt.
ST LINE OF
1119 FAKNAM STREET. 1119
Three Doors Eastofi2th Street.
Omaha , Neb. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
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