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8 : THE OMAHA .DAILY BEE : , SEPTEMBER 17 , 1888.
David Hutlcr , of I'nwnco City , Is nt the
Dr. T. I' . Livingston , of I'lnttstnouth , is nt
Dr. A. Conrad nnd August Meyer , of
Crete , were nt the Murray yesterday.
J. 1C. Pollock , W. W. Belvln nnd U. H.
Cooper , of Lincoln , wcro Omaha visitors
W. A. Campbell , of Lincoln , nnd Charles
Pcppcrber ? , of Plnttsmouth , were in the
Mr. George O. Morris , the nianngcr of
"Tho World' combination , has in his several
visits to Otnaha in.ido mnny warm friends.
Ho was for years n very KOOU uctor , but few
ever hear of It ; ho has boon a very successful -
ful manager , but only Ills most Intlmato au-
qualntunces know It j and what Is more meri
torious than either , he was among the first
to enlist In defense of the union , serving
through the war. On the Kith ot April , Ifeill ,
the day after Lincoln's ilrst call for soldiers ,
Mr. Morris , then seventeen yeais old , en
listed In the first volunteer company in ilos-
ton , which became a part of the Tweiitv-sco-
end Massachusetts regiment , of which Henry
Wilson , afterwards vice president of the
United States , was colonel. Morris had
elmrgo of the guards nt the Marshall house ,
Alexandria , whcro Wsworth was shot , was
in the battle on the Peninsula , In one of
which , Galnes' Mills , ho was wounded and
taken prisoner , being confined three months
( it Llbby prison and Hello Isle. He bcR.m
Ills thcntric.il caicer in lfa < 53. Vow men in
his profession liavo hail a rnoro varied and
interesting experience. A warm friend nnd
Denial coniunlon , Mr. Morris makes friends
wherever ho pous , and not many men have a
moio extended circle of them.
An Actor III.
W. T. Hryant , the actor of "Keep It Dark"
fame , did not play on Siturday night , the
Inst ot his engagement at Uoyd'.s opcr.i
house , on account of indisposition. Ho loft
the P.ixlon last night to fill an engagement
at Lincoln His thro.it has given him sciious
trouble lately , and his physician ailvisod him
not to play. _
A lusty negro by the name of Albert
Wilson was arrested yesterday for breaking
the arm of Ills white mistress. Ho and Annie
Williams hnvo boon living together on
Nicholas street , between Thirteenth nnd
Fouitccnth streets. Saturday night they
had a lovers' row. Later Wilson returned to
the house and upon being refused admittance
broke in the door. Aniiiu c.uno towards him
with a r.iror , when Wilson picked up an ax
handle and struck her on the mm , badly
fracturing the humcrus.
\Vorklni ; for Unfortunate Qulglov.
Three posti of the O. A. U. appointed D.
A. Hurley to work in the interests of William
Quigley , who , v. ith his wife and family of
live children , are in the city Jail. The ac
count in Tin : Unn yestetday of Quit-ley's
misfortunes has moused the sympathies of
everyone Quigley is a war veteran and his
old comrades will do nil in their pjwer to
assist him There \\ill piobably bo no com
plaint inado against him , in which case ho
will bo dischaiged. Several Influential gen
tlemen ofTcicd to go on his bond , but being
Sunday Judge Uurka could not issue ono.
The First Span Nearly Finished.
By tiott Wednesday the first span of the
now wagon bndgo over the Missouri will bo
completed and the wooden structure on
which the finished portion is now resting
will bo icmoved. It will bo n month neirly
bcfoic tlio last span will bo finished , nml ttio
bridge will then bo completed , as the ap-
pi caches from both sides of iho liver wore
completed long Bineo. The driveway is to bo
paved with cedar blocks of wood , and these
are ah cady put down on the parts of the
bridge now i cady. The electric motor com
pany Is right on the heels of the bridge
buililcis , and their tracks and copper wire
mo being laid i.ipidly.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL AHIETINE OINTMENT
Is only put up in largo two ounce tin boxes ,
nnd is an absolute cure for old soios , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL AHIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 83
cents per box by mail 130 cents.
CHANGED ITS NAME.
German hover * of Personal Liberty
Golfing Down to Work.
The Gerinan-Americin Anti-Prohibition
club mot yesterday in Gormanli hail. At a
former meeting of the club it was dubbed
the Gcrmau-Auiorie in Democratic Central
club of Omihii. The members considered
that life was too shoit for such a long name ,
nnd tluough the advocacy of A. S. Uitchio a
new name was called for.
A gicat deal of debate was necessary before -
fore this could bo done Adam Snyder
wanted it called The Lcaguo of Personal
Freedom , but It wouldn't ' work.
A constitution was adopted , and resolu
tions wcro passed denouncing the prohibition
plank in the icpuuiican platform , nnd unani
mously adopting the demoeratiu platform.
An election for officers resulted in placing
John T. Paulson in the president's chair , ll
G. Grube was elected locording secretary ;
William Alntadt , conospondlng scciotary ,
nnd William Scgclke , tieasuror. An execu
tive committee composed of the following
gentlemen was then elected : First ward ,
William Sogclko ; Second wurd , Tli. Slnhold ;
Tlilid ward , Adam Snjdcr ; Fouitti ward ,
Phil Andres : Fifth ward , Henry Osthoft ;
Sixth waul , William Seivors ; Seventh ward ,
Albeit Uau ; Eighth ward , P. Weinhageii ;
Ninth waul , Mr. Gotky.
There will bo a meeting of the club next
Sunday to discuss w.y s and means.
Food makes Blood and Blood makes
Bounty. Improper digestion of food
nccccbixrily produces bad blood , result
ing in n fooling of fullness in the stomach
ach , acidity , heartburn , siokhoiultioho ,
and otherul.v&popticsymptoms. Aolosolv
confined life uatfios indigestion , coiibti-
pation , bilioiibtioss and loid of appetite.
To remove thobo troubles there is no
remedy equal to Prickly Abb. Hitters.
It 1ms been tried and proven to bo a
AN OHTI10DOX MAKUIAGH.
Celebrated Yesterday by Unhbl rreu-
ile.nthnl of Dos .Molno.s.
The nuptials of Kauhcl Bernstein and
Joseph Clmmison were consummated last
night ut T o'clock In Gornvinla hall in the
presence of n largo uumbor ot friends nnd ad
mit crs. The ceremony was performed by
Habbl L. Freudontnl of DCS Moincs , In. , who
was brought lioro especially for the occasion.
The ceremonial of the orthodox Hebreu
church contains a number of novel features
all of which were watched with n great deal
of Interest , oven by members of the church ,
A table was phiccd on the stage
uml on It were put two glasses
and a bottle of wlno. Four young
men then appeared , cnch , holding a polo
which supnoitcd the corner of n silken
cauopy , white balow mid stuiUled with gill
stars and blue above. Each of the youn
men , as also a number of children who stood
around , held a lighted taper. The groom
nnd bride took places bonuath the canopy.
The latter was nttlrcd in white brocadci
silk , en train , nnd were orange blossoms nni
n beautiful flowing veil. The rabbi f.\oci |
the pair , being attired simply in n black suit
of broadcloth and wearing a tall Bilk hat. All
thonmles who stood around also Kept tholi
The rabbi delivered nn eloquent and Im
pressvo ! address on the nntuio of the con
tract the groom nnd bride wcio about to
enter. This was followed by the usual ques
tlons peculiar to other marnago eoromonlos
nnd the placing of the ring on the thlri
linger of the bride's right hand , Kubb
Bramson , of the homo orthodox synagogue
then rend the marriage certificate m Hebrew ,
nftor which ho handed the groom n glass of
wine , who in turn handed it to
the bride , who sipped it. The groan
did the sauio. The rabbi thai
cnantod a psalm , after which lie placed n
glass of wine on the stage and at his direc
tions the groom stamped upon It , shattering
it into fragments mid spiling the wmo upor
the floor. Rabbi Freuuontjial then invokoc
the blessing of God nnd lacucl on the wedded
pair uud congratulations followed.
A umutuoua banquet was served iu the
Inlnjr room nnd was followed by n ball until
n early hour this morning.
Mrs. Chamison is the tlauglitor of Mr. and
ilr * : A. Bernstein , The groom resides In
.icnd City , where he Is engaged in the clotti
ng business. Mrs. Anna Kosenbcrg. u sis-
er of the bride from Now York , as also Mr.
ml Mrs. Lewis Moore and P. Cohen , of Chi-
ago , wcro among the guests.
Col. Cochrnn's ssilo of Council Bluffs
ols , Sept. IU. Sue psigo 0.
Hi : WAS A SOFT SNAP.
V Pennsylvania Voittli Hnflly Ulttcn
In the West.
Julius S. Dunn , who claims to have been
w hulled out of $ 'JO by n man by the niimo of
'uttorson , particulars of which appeared in
THE HUB lately , has been badly bilked all
round , His cxpcricnco truly proves the
ruth of the adage , "A fool and his money is
eon uarted. "
About a year ago Dunn loft Uric , Pa. , with
VUOO ) , , his share of the proceeds of the sale
f a farm which his parents had left to their
hildtcn. Ho went to La Junita , Colo. , with
ils ironcy and fell In with a party by the
amo of Charles Long. Long gained Dunn's
onfidenco mid proposed as a money-making
eheme that they buy a trotting horse mid
ollow the circuit. Dunn thought it u good
chcinc , and when Long said that ho know
of n good horse that ho could buy , gave him
alUtl ) with which to put chase It. Long went
iway to get the horse , but never came back.
) uun then bent ills steps towards Omaha
When hu arrived ho Haw ttio advertisement
of Patterson , who had a patent oil burner for
sale , nnd was anxious to sell state rights to
jood lively lustlers Dunn went to him and
' .itterson gave him six of the tilings , taking
'M as security for them in case they wcro
sold nnd not returned. The burners proved
unsaleable oand Dunn returned them , but
Tailed to get back Ills money. This case
comes befoio Justice \Vado to day.
Dunn then cimo into possession of the
card of a labor agency in the Crelghtoii
ilock. The curd bears no name , merely
states that.i labor agency does business at
that place. He went to the olllco of the
agency , and in repli to his inquiries was in
formed that a theatrical company , which was
soon going on the road , wanted n treasurer.
A meeting was arranged with the manager
of the companyand Dunn was introduced to
F. .1. Fishback and L. Seal. Fishback was
icoompanlcd by a woman who purported to
jo his wife. They stated that they wanted
i tieasuicr , but that they also wanted secur
ity for the money that would pass through
: iis hands. After much consultation they
leclded that $ M would do for
security , but that ho should loan
them ? 30 to defray some costs
on their baggage. Dunn icadily gave Fish-
back the money. Saturday night they met
ngiin.nnd Dunn , Fishbnok , Seal and another
nan named Southwick went on n carouse at
Dunn's expense.Vhen they parted Fish-
jack told Dunn to go to ills loom and pack all
lis ellects and take them to Fishbaek's loom
is they weie to start on the road early in the
morning. In compliance with this Djnn
went to his room in the Trcitschko block , on
the corner of Thiiteenth mid Howard sttects ,
and put into his trunk two new suits of clothes
ind all his wordly possessions except what
weio on his bu-k lie lured mi express
wagon and tool : the trunk to Fishbaek's
oorn , in a lodging house at Eighth mid How-
ird streets. Fishback , Ins wife , and Seal
were there and told him to bo on baud early
n the morning. Hefoto ho left them Fish-
back said : "Hj the way you had better leave
your watch with us for safe keeping. " For-
.unatoly for Duuti he did not have it with
iliu , but replied : "I am soiry , boys , but I
left it in the closet at my room. " They
told him not to mind , as it prob.ibly would uo
ill right. The watch is a valuable gold tiuio-
) ieee , worth about J100.
Dunn arose at 0 o'clock and hied him to
Weber's lodging house mid was given a note
jy Fishback to a lady , whom the genial man
ager said was his loading lady. The note
read : "Miss Mar Holmes , 2HO South Thir
tieth Street : Wo will have a rehearsal at 3
o'clock. " The would bo treasurer rushed
out , hired u bugi-y and drove to the address
[ riven. Ho found himself in the vicmltv of
Hie poor farm , without a house in sight. For
the first time ho realized that ho had been
duned. Ho drove rapidly back to town , but
found that Fishback and his accomplices had
The case was put in the hands of Detective
Drmsby , who fountl that the parties had
lured an oxpicss wairon nt Stophonson's
barn , loaded Dunn's trutiK and their own
effects into it nnd driven to the Union
Pacific depot. There nil tr.iek of them
was lost. It is surmised that they
bo.uded a train , nnd rather than
luy tickets in the oflico paid their faro on
Lho train. Detective Ormsbv learned that
Fishback and his wife wcro botli cooks in n
restaurant at 503 South Thirteenth street ,
'iho contract which Dunn entered into stipu
lated that ho should receive the princely sal-
nry of ? 10 per week nnd that his 50 should
bo returned to him at the expiration of the
Show bills were printed , in blood red
letters , informing the public that the Kvn
Wattle's Comedy company would present the
thrilling drama "Monte , the American , "
preceded by a lollnod olio.
Dunn has been most successfully "worked"
by oveiy conlideneo man with whom lie lias
come in contact , mid icccives very liltlo
The IT. S. Knciimpincnt , RufTulo
County Fair niul G. A. U. llennlou
at Kenrncj , Ncl > .
The Union Pacillc , "Tho Overland.
Route , " will soil tickets for the tibovo
during Iho month of September at
gretitly reduced rules.
A speouil reduction will bo mndo on
tickets bold September 17th , to ! 20th ,
limited to September 2Jd.
For rules , dates , etc. , cull on or ad
dress your nearest ticket ugont , or
IIUIIY P. DlSUfc ,
City I\isscn ror Agent , 130J , Fariium st. ,
Omiihu , Nob.
Knur Thousand Words I'r Minuto.
Eleetro-Meclmnic : Mr. D. II. Craig ,
formerly mtiuugor of llio Associated
Press , has duvotud nineteen years to the
development of machine telegraph ,
and claims to bo able to telegraphy
2 ,000 word b per minute , fiom each end
of a wire , total 1,000 words in sixty
The messages or reports are legibly
and uniformly rocoidod in ordinary
telegraph characters , which can bo
read by cloiks familiar with thorn , at
the rate of auout 100 words per minute.
Messages to bo sent over the Morse
lines , must first bo written or printed ;
but a message to bo telegraphed by the
now system must Ih-ot bo perforated , for
which Air. Craig has a beautiful little
machina , 8x10 inches , with two banks of
keys called a "composer , " which oven a
child can operate reliably , and quite
expertly after nn hour's practice , and
after a reasonable amount of practice
llftoa to thirty words per minute can bo
perforated. Simultaneously with the
perforations , the machine prints , in
plain Roman letters , every word of the
message , which is retained while the
perforated menage is sent to the tele
graph olllco the same as a message is
bent in manuscript to bo tolograpncd
over a Morse line , with this dilTorenco
the machine message will bo trans
mitted to destination at the rate of
1 ,000 to 2,000 \ \ ords per minute and bo
legibly and accurately recorded in tele
graph clmriieterd , and the Morse mos-
Migc will bo telegraphed by the hand-
key bystom at the rate of tiftecu to
twcnty-llvo words per minute , and bo
recorded by "bound" reading in ordin
ary manuscript. It is claimed that the
machine record is three times more ac
curate than ' "sound " recording.
With the regular oirlco perforator ,
experts do reliably fifty words per rain-
ute or ; > ,000 words nor hour , and it is
claimed by Mr. Craig Unit Iho actual
cost ot transmitting 1,000 words 1,000
miles is not over two cents ,
The cost of paper to transmit 1,000
words is ono coiit , uud two cents for re
cording paper. Experts , .young men or
young women , do perforating for 10
cents per 1,003 words , and the same for
copying ou the ( ype\Yritor total , Ii5
cents lor completing 1,000 words. On
Jiis basis it would coat for labor and
) .apor loss than $ . ' )0 ) to telegraph mid
complete forty-eight columns of this
lowspapor from New York to Chicago.
Mr. Craig has aKo devised a now tele
graph wire made of pure copper with n
ilight mixture of silica , which is said to
ncrc-aso the tensile strength to twice
the strength of steel of equal size , the
exact tensile strength is reported as 1W ! ,
)00 ) pounds to the square inch.
No. i gauge wire weighs over COO
rounds per milo , and has but ono ohm
of electrical resistance per mile. With
such a wire extending frojn Now York
to San Francisco , the electrical resist-
inco would bo about ; ! ,00 ( ) ohms , while a
nnjority of the telegraph wires between
S'ow York and Washington show an ol-
eetrical resistance of more than 1,000
ohms thus the now Hiliconl/ed copper
wire will bring San Francl co nearer to
\Tow York , electrically , than Now York
s to Washington.
Chance of Time.
Taking elTect Sunday. Sept. Kith , the
norning train on the H. & M. railroad
'or ' Lincoln , Denver and other points
vest will leave Omaha at 8:16 : a. in.
The Story of a Kulr American.
Springfield Republican : By the
iromotion of Count von Wald-
jrseo to the chief marshalship of the
Gorman army an American woman
comes to the front as ono ot the pow
ers , some say the power , behind the
.hrono in the now reign. The story of
Mary Lee , Van Walder&eo's wife , i's a
subject for a truly ambitious intorna-
, ional novel , say ono written on the
jonorous lines of Walter Scott , and
that it may have the true flavor of the
igo ) by the subtle pen of Henry James.
Ar Mary Lee was the accomplished and
jcautiful American woman in Paris
whom Mir. James particularly excels in
painting , when in 1801 , being twcnty-
our.years old , she captivated the prince
.juslonburg , then a widower forty years
tier senior. After n few \\ceks ac
quaintance they was married and set
out on an extended wedding trip. The
prince had plenty of time , having no
reigning to do , and lots of money to
spend , and they wont up the Nile for
; ho first stage. When they reached
Juiro on their way back , the doting
husband bequeathed to his bride all his
personal property , worth several inil-
.ions , and then the pair went by way of
the wildorne sof Siani through the Holy
Land. On the point of embarking at
Beirut for Smyrna , in July , lbl > 3 , the
I > rinco\va8 bmiUon with apoplexy and
died in two hours , leaving the fair
American a widow after a nine-months'
wedding journey. She \\ont to "Vienna
and won the esteem of the emperor of
Austria , who had obliged the prince
with the title of Count von Noor when
lie married her. and who now created
Lho brilliant American Princess do
Noor in her own right the name being
derived from a great estate of the
prince's in Germany. Thin is the first
book of her career.
The second opened at a Gorman
watering place , when the Princess do
Noer met young Count von Wajdersee ,
a member ot tin ancient Prussian fam
ily , staff olllcor in the Prussian army ,
and in high favor with King William
and Count Bismarck. The count dis
tinguished hinibolf with the Hanoveri
ans at Sadowa , and toward the end of
1SGO ho married the attractive widow ,
and at Berlin she became presently a
social power , and well complemented
her husband's talents , and helped him
along by courting just Iho friendships
that were advantageous to him. Ho
improved every opportunity on his own
account ; and in 1870 hevas military
attache to the legation at Paris ;
when the war broke out ho was made
colonel and chief of stall to the duke of
Mccklonburg-Schworin , but in 1871 be
came commander of the Hanoverian
uhlans , and made a good record. When
in 1882 the aged Von Moltko asked for
a deputy , Von Waldorsoo , then a gen
eral of division , was appointed to that
postjtho oflico of quartermaster general
being created for him. So that his suc
cession to the place of marshal is in
strict accordance with civil service re
form principles. The princess all this
while was making her salon in Berlin
the Bismarck social headquarters , and
moreover had shrewdly taken up and
mntronizcd the wife of Prince William ,
now king and emperor who was the
Princess Augusta Victoria of Sehles-
wig-Holbtoin , and thus her grand-niece
by her Ilrst marriage. It is baid that
the Empress Frederick ( as the oin-
pcror's mother is now called to distin
guish her ) could not abide her daugh
ter-in-law bocausoi the latter , like all
her race , isastupid creature _ , while the
daughter of Queen Victoria is one of
the cleverest women in Europe. Bo
that as it may , the wife of Count
Walderseo is the closest friend of the
present empress of Germany and the
intimate advisor of Emperor William.
Tins is therefore the beginning of a
third book of the history of Mary Lea ,
who has done pretty well in her forty-
eight years of life , considering that she
is the daughter of a Now York grocer.
David Lea died long ago , leaving a wife
and four children , three of thorn girls ,
and only a small fortune. But the old
est daughter married Baron Wnchsor
when he was an attache , and when ho
was bent to Paris as ambassador from
Wurtomburg , Mrs. Lea and the other
girls went to visit the baroness. The
thing that usually occurs in Mr. James'
novels , and in fact did not fail to occur
in this case. Another daughter mar
ried a captain in the British army and
Mibs Mary , tho'youngest , having begun
properly \vith an affectionate acquaint
ance with Princess Louise of Schleswig-
Ilolstcin , mot the prince , whom the
Prussians had turned out of business in
the celebrated little war known by the
name of his principality , and he became
hers. The prince dropped his superflu
ous title , made a morganatic marriage
under the title of the Count Von Nour ,
and the rest followed. A very neat ro
mance , IB it not ?
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Kemarltable for powerful symp * .
thctlc tone' , pliable action and ub
ioluta durability , ft ) years' recoriL
the best guarantee of thei exeat-
lenco of tncso Instrumental.
The Only Permanent Ouro For
Dyspepsia , Sick Headache Etc ,
I'rico SOo 11 iv at all
GOLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION 1S78.
MOST PERFECT OP PENS.
Bcttia Stuart Institute r , , , , m.-s , , i/um *
Will tommeneo Its 2Nt ye ir September 12th , lil A I
vanttiKL's niiHtiriias ed HOIIIH comforts ; uiretu
tinlutiii ; . Apply to Mrs Jl .McKKLllUMfci , r '
Morgan Park Military Academy
Tlio llest llojs' IloardhiK School In the \Voat.
Fdxteenth yeiu beslnibept. 10th. t-end forc.ica-
' - - - - - - " ' ' "
KIJ. X. 1C1IIIC TALCOIT , Supt. ,
Mono v.v I'MIK , COOK Co. , ILL.
rnun pinicsicii.r : < iMiuT\uv ACADIIMV-
X reck klll'Oii-lIiulson , N. Y. Send for cata
logue. JMO. M.TILDUN. JI.D.M.A. . , 1'rlnUpil.
jrunrai Uincnrrhlcit'o ) . Hoardlnirf
U School for Ulrls and i ounu Lnrlles t or I
cntiilocuo address < ! . 'IllAYKll. I.Ij I ) ,
111'ark. Ill , orI7 Uaillaon Street , Chicago , III.
ST. JOHN'S II.ITAUY SCHOOL ,
MANLHJS. N. Y.
Civil riiBlncerliiL' . Classics , lltislncss.
HT. HEV. I' . D.llTN IINC'ION. 1'icdldont.
LT Coi , . W. YKHHiCK. ; Supeilntendent.
COLLEGE OF LAW.BS ! term be-
UNION . bept. ID.
u 1'orclicnlars address 11. UOOTII , Chicago , 111 ,
South Wllllamsto\Mi , Herkshlro county ,
Jlas-j. Aprlvate school for boys. 1'ropaio f'r
college , hclontlllo school or binlne s. l"orty-sov-
entli year licslns 'Ihurbday , September lull.
Tor catalogue address OT.O. -MIU.S ,
Surgeon and Physician ,
Ofjlce N.V Corner lUh an I l > on.f Ins St. omca
telephone , lift ; Itoslduuco telephone , 5QJ.
We C hn given unlvcr
sal eailafactlon In tlio
cure ol Oojtrrhcca end
Oleet. I prescribe Itrnd
feel rate In TC.-ommend-
IUE It to all sufferers.
1. J. STONCU , H.D. ,
Docotur , III.
Sold by Drucelstl
A T & RS T © Obtained.
A I E.F3 i vS irade Mark ,
I jbtl , I'rmt and Copyright protection i .
cured Good work , good refcrcncet , moJer-
jlcch'jJ. Srnjforpamphlcl. R , G , DuBoll
916 F St. , Wuhlngton , D , C.
Oand enereetlo Udr ra > ir > Wiin ; In tbli
or other towns. Noejpurwatj. . ( ioodi
ell the rear rontm Ucrere ; * M r qulreil. Addrefi
WE3TE11N AOE.NT tUlTLV CO , VD HJItl AT
Ckicaso , 111. - , , ,
IF YOU COULD SEE
The line of Fall Overcoats wo nre displaying this season , if you were positive how well they are trimmed
and nwtle , and if you knew how cheap a really first class garment is being ofl'ered , it would bo no trouble
to sell you one. No such exhibition cf stylish and elegant overcoats was ever made in Omaha , and the
prices are irresistible. The season for these garments being very short , wo have decided to sell them quick
and marked them so that they shall go quick. ,
We will show you an elegant light-weight Overcoat for $0.00 , made of fine all Worsrcd Goods , lined
and trimmed in ( irst-chud manner. Coats for which other houses are asking § 10 and ? 12 , are no belter
than this one.
Another Overcoat at § 7.00 is uin-le - of a splendid all Wool Cassimero of a fine grey color with best
At S9.75 we can sell you the most stylish looking Overcoat you have ever scon. This is made of the
now wide Wale Overcoatings a splendid material for wear and looks. The Coat is silk faced with satin
sleeve lining and regular tailor made. We have thorn in several of the latest shades ; it is one of the rich
est looking garments ever shown , and any other lieu < o would charge about $15.00 for it.
Many other of the choicest and finest grades , wo have not room to describe all. Come and look at
them ; we know wo can please your taste and save you money.
We have not yet mentioned anything about our Hats this season , but the fact is , our Hat trade opened
up with such a boom that several lots to which we intended to draw attention , were bioken up in sixes be
fore we had a chaiu'o to advertise them. We are now getting in duplicates aheady and will try to keep our
asftoitmentfull during the season. Is it any wonder we are doing the Hat business of the town ; when wo
are selling them at about one-half the prices other hotibes do. The average Hat dealer can not compete
with us. llo buys a do/cn hats of a kind from a jobber , where we buy thorn in largo case lots direct from
the manufacturer. We rather sell hundred hats with 25c profit on each than sell twenty-five hats ami
make oOc profit. THIS IS THE POINT.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
Cor. i4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
Who Is WEAK , NKRVOUS. HKBIMTA-
TKI > . who In hi ! rOI.LY fand I UNO ft ANTE
baa TUIFLKD away Ills VIUUR of BOUY ,
drains upon the TOUNTAIWH of I.iri : ,
HEAUAOIXE , BACKACHE , Dreadful
Dronms , WEAKNK1W ot Memory , I1AHH.
FULNKHS In tlOC'IETY , PIE3FJH * upon
Iho FACE , and all the EF&'CC'ICH lending to
KAUL.Y DECAY and perhaps CO.VSUMP.
VZON or INSANITY , should consult at once
the CKLEIlKATKn Dr. Clarke , Established
Itol. Cr Clarke hai nude NEKVOU * BE-
BIL1TY. CHRONIC and all Diseatcs of
the UENITO 1IKINAU7 0 ani * I.llo
fltmly. It mikea RO dlQorenrc WSIAT you
< IATO taken or WHO has failed to cure you.
es-f EH ALEtl suffering from dltecsci pccu <
lUr to their MX ran consult rlth the assurance
of ipeedjr relief and cure. Send 2 cents postage
for works on your diter.iea.
49-3end 4 cents postage for Celebrated
Warkn on Chromic , Nervon * and l > ell.
eate Iiuoasej. Consultation , personally or by
tetter , froo. Consult the old Itortor.
Vbonuaiida cured. Offices and jmrlom
prfTato. * 3-ThGuo contemplating Marriage
tend for Dr. C'lurtce' * celebrated guide
Halo and Fcmnlc , each )5c. ) , both 2bc.
( stamps ) . Before confiding your case , consult
Dr. CLAKUE. A friendly letter or call may
Mve future uffe ring and ibame , and add golden
years to life. 49-Book " I.lf > 'n ( Secret ) Er.
ron , " too. ( stamps ) . Medicine and writings
sent everywhere , secure from exposure.
Hours , 8 to 8 ; Sundays , 9 to 12. Address ,
F. D. OLAAKS. M. D.
103 S3 , Claris S& . CHICAGO.
O iV3'H A
MEDICAL 9 SUflBICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & Oodgo 3ta.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AMD TRUE3ES
Best facilities , apparatus and remedies for 'lit
essful treatment uTetery form of disease r'qmr
lug Medical or faungical Treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Hoard and attendance ; best hospital accomm
ilntiotis in the west.
WitiTh i-oa ClRCUtARS on Deformities am
Braces , Trusses , Club 1'eet , Cunatiirc of th (
spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , Catarrh Hroi.cliltl i
Inhalation , Rlectricitv , Faialjsis KpiUpsy , Kid
ncy Madder , lye ? , Uar , b'-m ' and Uloou , ut'd ol
Dlsoasos of Woman n Specie.y. :
llOOU ON DIBEACE9 Or WOUEN rillC.
ONLY EBLIABLE MEDICAL IHSSWUIL
MiKJMl A ei'KCIiLTT Of
All Illood Diseases successfully treated Sfph
ilitic 1'oison removed from the e > slem without
intrcury New restorative treatuunt for los s > ol
Vital Power , I'eisoiib unable Coisit us may bi
treated at home by correspondence All commit
locations confidential Medicines or Instruments
sent by mail or express , ceuirely packed , no
marks to Indicate contents or endtr One per
sonal interview preferred Call and consult us 01
fend history of jour case , and we will send in
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon Private , Special or Nervous Dista'ts Tin
vnteticy , SiphllU , ( Jlcet ami Varicoctle , with
Question list. Addrccs
Omaha Jleilical and Surgical Initttuleoi
DR. McMENAMY ,
Cor. l3thanaOodaeSti. . OiV.AHA.NEO.
Ma Mluiicii in
U. S. DEPOSITOEY , OMAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital $100,000
H. W. YATBI , President.
LEWIS a. HhKii , Vice I'reMdent.
A. r. . TOU/AMV , 2nd Vice 1'resldtnt.
w. II. S. HUOIIES , Cashier.
W. V. JlonsE , JOHN S. COLLINS ,
H.V. . VATK * . J.KWIH S. KLKD ,
A.H. TouzLI.V. .
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner 12th nnd rarnnm Sts.
A General Hanking lltislnesj Transacted.
TansilFs Punch Cigars
were shipped during Uio past
two scars , without a drum
mer in our om ploy. Nootber
houeo in the world can truth-
r > , - - fully uaaliosuch ttsbowiiiK.
a ' ! Only' '
l wSk ? i'.r
fJiJi OLD BY UADINQ OBUCCI8TS.
R.W.TANSILL&C0..5Q Stale St.Chicaao.
Are tll < ? DEST'
It Is time to pnttlie *
boj/s into their Ftilt
Suits. We C'tii Jit
di ] clothe * for school
and play , and irlth
a handsome suit for
"Stindau bcit. " I
Chitdrm's Suits inl
two pieces for < 7ieJ
Ismail boys , and
\thrce \ pieces for the
Mas Ueyer-EstaWiched 1833-Alolph Meyer
SIXTEENTH A.M ) TAIIXA.M Sritr.ETS.
VOSE & SONS ,
BEilR BROS , ,
and JAS , W , STARB
Story & Clark a id Siioiiiiigcr-Be'J Organs
fal'IU 1AL I'lUCKS AND TIUIMS.
AVUto for Lutalogue ,
Chicago , MilwaukBe& St , Paul R'y ' ,
The Ucst ItoutD from Ginalm anil Council
TWO TUALSa DAILY IIII1WKUN OMAHA AND
Cblc-ntjo , AND Jlllnaukce ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , < Vdar Rnplds ,
Rock Island , Freeport , Kockford ,
Clinton , Jiubnqiie ,
MatlUon , JancsUlIc ,
llelolt , > YInona , LaCrosse ,
And all other Important polnti Iat , Northemtana
Kor through ticket ! call on the tlckut BKPnt t IWl
Knrnamitreet.lu HaUer Ulock , or t Unlou 1'aUno
"I'uifman ' Bl per. nd the llnc.t llnlnir'ar ln thii
thu Ch CAM , Mil
world are run on the mala lln of
w ukto & St. raul Hallway , nd erery aUeatlon U
paid to pai engo by courUoui emplojui cl Ui *
t0jlill'Lff ! .Kit , General Manaicir.
J If 'lUClttU A l l ntl.ener&I llanas r.
A. V. K. CAlllI2 rKll , titncral l' nf r and
> , A litaat Qtneral t u ou /
ON 3O Y , iAL-
I fi Ylf * TRUSS
Pl7 i a ? tl iflSr-nt Iroin all
. - ethtril cuptb pe , with Belt-
auit/uir ] / 1 U In ctnttr. ad pti
_ . , , rf'f toa1lpoiill u.cf th.bodr.wWIe
\aV J& ththolllnttoo cup.prnaBBO book
THE RAIIW TIME TABLES
s.V Ill'k Hills 1'as 7in : a in. , fliUlp ra.
Norfolk I'assoiiccr I flfo n.m. ' 10. )0 ) n.m.
D.lly. THxcopt btinday.
Uunnlngbetween Council ( llulTa and Albright ,
In addition to the stations montlonuil , tralnji
stop ut Twentieth and THenty-fouttu streets
and nt th buuiinlt In Omnha
CIIICAUO , HOCK IbLAND & 1'ACIKIC.
Lca o. Arrive.
A No. 14 4 ( l p. m D No. 2 . .7:00 : a. m.
Jl No. a .0.51 p. m. ANo. U. . ll.'JJ a. in.
C i No , B . . . . 0:01 : u. m. O No,6 . . . . 5:4B : p. m.
A No. 4 . . . . 0:10 : a.m.lA No 3 . . ,0:60 : p. lit.
C Des MolniM Accommodation.
( J Dei Molries Accommodation.
KANSAS CITY. S.JOUA. COl Ni/IL IlLI/l'I'd.
A No.2 . . . 0.2. * ) a. mJA No. . ) . . . . < /Ji a.m.
A No. 4 0:10 : p.m. A No. J .H.J ) p.ui.
CHICAGO to NournwKv 1511V.
C. Kx. No. 2 S.I ) p. 111.10. I'.x. No. I 7,0) p. m.
Vvfctlb'il No. 4.U.O ) p III. Vthtlb'd NoJ 7-10 u. m ,
Atlc IIx.No. (10,4 ( J a m. I'ac. Kx. No , 5.0:45 : M. iu ,
Dally except 'Situnliiy
11 Lilly exifpt Monday.
i , MILWA UKKR i ST. I'A U It.
No , 2 UMOa. m , No. 1 . . . 7IKa. : | m.
I\u. I 7Wp : rn.iNo. 'J . . . 0GOp. : m ,
blOL'X CII'V A. 1'ACinC.
No. 10 7.0.1JI. m. A No. ' . ) fliliiUii.
No , U 7:00 : p. m.lA No. 11 U.OOji.lu ,
OMAHA fc SI' . LOUIS.
A fiu.a .1 1'J | ) . Ill f A No. 7 ll.Ku.m.
CHKAiJO , IIULINOTON ! i. QU1NCV.
A No. 4. . 0.47 a. in. A No. 5. . . ,7:0 : a. In ,
A No.O . . . . 0W p. in. A No.3 . . . . : 0 p.ia.
A dally ; H dally except Sat : ( J dally * ce '
Bun ; Dextspt Jloa , : ; un mivll : * Ilialtuil.
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