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THE OMAHA DAILY BEBr TUESDAY , OCTOBER 2. 1388.
The Internal revenue collections > cs-
tcrtltiy umountcd to JlliUW. ! :
The capital stock of the Can Hold
Manufacturing company has boon In-
cren&od to JCO.OOO.
The Lafaycttcs RO to Missouri Valley ,
In. , to play a Knmo of ball to-day.
Mr. A. 1'lummor will nccomp.Miy thoin.
Two young men nuinnd I'rmilf
and Jim .Joseph most HUecos
compHslicd tlio hir/imlous f '
in , 5,0 new bride O
-utUniyiu ! d not 0eui. ln
< J'l.Y ' " " . " " firt's Miioun.as Hinted , but in
" ot the street in front of Ills
C. II. Sloinan , Samuel Friedman and
Morris II. Slotnan have incorporated
themselves as the Omaha Mortgage
Loan company. The capital stouU is
Assistant County Attorney Gurloy
was much provoked yesterday morning ,
when on lea\itif , ' the court room at the
noon adjournment , lie discovered that
boniebody had left a shabby old tile in
place of his bran new Dunlap.
During the month of September 1,7.3'J
meals were provided for prisoners in
the city jail. The bill to the city at 112J
cents per meal amounted to 10. (11 ( ! ,
which is believed to bo the largest
monthly bill of this kind in the history
Detectives Ormsby and Ilorrigan ar-
rcbted a man named Ud Harrison last
night at the I'nxton house. A telegram
was received fiom Tucbon , Ari/ . . stating
that Hurri-on had forged the name of
one Henry to an express package for
SfiO and secured the money. The tele
gram arrived from San Francisco and
gave an exact description of the man.
"U'clls , Fargo ft Co. want Mr. Harrison
also. It is understood that ho is wanted
by them for the same charge.
The oil painting on exhibition in a
Farnam street show window by Mrs. W.
II. Alexander is attracting a great deal
of attention. It represents a familiar
bcenc described in the now testament ,
"Christ Disputing with the Hldors , "
and its chief merit , from an nrtUtio
point of view , lies in the careful delinea
tion of the expression of the counten
ances of the leading personages ropre-
bentcd. Mrs. Alexander has produced
several noteworthy paintings , but this
one , which is the latest , is considered
A poi'kcthook , apparently belonging to
Charles Fishur , nml a silver tip with the
mime of K. Wise engraved on it , liavo been
pickcil up on the streets , and are iu possos-
alon of the chief of police.
Itcl'iiscil to I'ny If.
Yesterday , Edholm & Akin presented
Mr. Thos. F. Hoyd , of tlie opera house with
a bill for a rniR pui chased there by his son ,
Louis Uojd. Mr. Hoyd refused to pay the
bill , saying he could no longer be lesponsible
for the bills of his son.
\V. C. T. U.
To-day , from 2 to ( i p. in. , the ladies of
the Christian Temperance Union will bo
pleased to icccive at the "Open Door , " litiol )
Capitol avenue , calls from all interested in
the work they have there undertaken , and
n * such substantial aid as will enable them to
* successfully prosecute it.
7 A young Swede named Peter From while
outriding with his best girl Sunday evening al
lowed her to handle the ribbons and the re
sult was an upset near the corner of Six
teenth and Cass. Doth were slightly injtucd.
An ofllcer who witnessed the accident ar
rested From for fast driving aud yesterday
lie was tineil So and costs.
Sergeant Mntza has boon prostrated by
malarial fever for u long time , and his fcl-
low-ofllccrs , to show thuir sympathy for him
in his condition , are getting' up a fund to us.
Bist him in paying doctor bills and keeping
the wolf from the door until ho recovers.
His condition at present is very dangerous.
1'tit on Kccoril.
The following bills of sale were filed with
the county clu-k yesterday : Peter Stock
to Fred. Knssmusson , saloon llxtuies , bOl
South Seventh street , 5135.
Mrs. C. Thomas to Huth Carney , Nebraska
Dairy company , > 'J10. '
Thomas and Alice Cullcn to Charles F.
Fnllijm , dininir loom furniture , Tremont
house , 603 North Sixteenth stieet , 225.
At the residence of the brides' parents on
Sherman avenue and Sixteenth street , Mr.
Louis D.mbaum nnd Miss Mary ( Joldman
, ( B wore united in wedlock Sunday afternoon ,
: Mr. Uanbaum istho well-known caterer , and
' Miss Goldman is onu of our popular
young ladies. The happy couple left for
Chicago , where they will remain several
weeks with thuir relatives.
An KiiKnuciiioiit 1'nrty.
The hospitable residence of Mr. and Mrs.
) B. Jacobs , on St. Mary's avenue , was re
cently the occasion of quite a festive gather-
nig , it being the Instance of the public an
nouncement of the engagement of their
daughter , Esther , to Mr. A. Koscnbcrg , of
Madihon , Neb. Miss Jacobs has been a pub
lic school tcai her for yeaisnndisa gcnor.il
favorite with the public and admired by her
many friends. Mr. Kosenborg is connected
with a dry goods llrm at Madison , where ho
is well and favorably knowu.
Helen Hanctt , the mother of the Harrett
\ boys now under sentence of death at St.
j 1'aul , seems to have trouble with her othnr
sons. She recently moitgaged her house and
lot for the purpose of buying n W.IKOII and
team , which sbo placed In the care of her son
Edward. He traded the team for another
that did not suit IIH ! mother , and she locked
up the outfit in n barn. Saturday night , she
claims , Edward brotte open the barn and
drove the team away , and jcstorday she
obtained a writ of replevin fiom Justice
Holmes to obtain possession of the team ,
wagon and harness.
An Election Hot.
Matt Claire , of the Hook Island road , is a
strong democrat ; H. W. Young , of Uussell
& Co. , is an equally strong republican.
They have made a l > ct on the election , and
if Harrison is elected Mr. Young will pay for
the best wino supper the Union League club
can produce ; if , on the other hand , Clove-
laud is elected Mr. Claire- pays lor tha
Rpread. Dr. Lee , Dr. Summers , Tom IJojd
and Jack Woods will participate In the de
struction of the viands with Mr. Claire and
Mr. Young. In any event Mr. Hoyd will
contribute a box at the theatre on the even
ing the bet is paid.
AV1II Ijocato In Omaha.
Omaha has bright prospects of having lo
cated within its corporate limits a now and
Important enterprise ) in the line of n tile man.
ufactory. Yesterday the firm of ifcllcy & Co. ,
of .Now York , was represented in this city
tor no other purpose than to negotiate for n
Blto for the luonoacd project. The agent ,
whoso name could not bo learned , In company
with 12d Uothery , of this city , whose uncle ,
John 1 ] . Hothery , is the ll'.o king of the Em
pire state , visited the board of tradi ) and with
Secretary Nattiiiger talked over the matter.
It is understood that all factions were sat
isfied with the result , and It is quite probable
that in a short period Omaha will add a largo
amount of money to its business resources.
Mnltlnt ; Americans.
During the past month Clerk Moorcs , of
the district rourt , has been overwhelmed
with the applications of foreign born resi
dents who want to tnko out their "flist
L " papers , " or , In other words , declare their k\ ,
11 tentlon of becoming naturalised citizens of
Lit the United States. Frnuk keeps Ms record
book witliln nnn's rnaeh and makes the np-
pllcantH hold up their hands while he repeats
an oath n yard long , by which the em-
bryonie Americans abjures and renounces all
alloi > ianco to foreign prince1" , potentates
and rulers. The applicant signs the record ,
receives a certificate and the ceremony i
over. Thirty-two men took out tio'iflrst ' ,
papers jcstcrday , and duri" , * oeptember J < u
started on the roai' > J i-itizenshlp.
Hon Frank Olllner'n
Howard Seoflold , aged cloven , was before
Judge Oroft yesterday on a charge pre
ferred by his mother , Nellie A Scollcld , of
incorrigihility and petit larceny. After n
brief investigation the court sentenced the
lad to the reform school until ho is of ago ,
allowing him , however , to return homo with
his parent until the sheriff Is ready to con
duct him to Lincoln. Mrs. Scollcld is a
grass widow , and in connection witli an
other young woman , runs a boarding house
nt the corner of Sixteenth nnd Ohio streets ,
She claimed that her son w.is wild and way
ward and wholly disregarded her authority.
On Friday last he added theft to his general
misbehavior , purloining a silver quaiterfiom
his mother's poclcnt book.
At 11 o'clock Ueorgo Haceman was ar-
rntgned for horse stealing , with Henry Kolf
as the prosecuting witness. Kolf resides
three miles east of Klkhorn station , and ho
alleges that llagpinan stole a horse from hi'i
pasture about three months ago. The jury
bi ought in a verdict of not guilty and lingo-
man was discharged.
This morning Francis Meyer Ofllner
will bo brought to trial for the alleged mur
der of John Kyan , which occuncd on the
evening of July II , in South Omaha.
Hyan was an employe at Fowler's packing
house , and early on tlio morning of the Ith
he was found mi the sidewalk on Twenty-
llfth street , near Collins' ding store , in a
di ing condition Ho w.is found b.\ Consta
ble Hen Flnnerty nnd James McVey. Ho
gasped , "I'm shot , " and then became uncon
scious. Ho was carried into the drug store ,
nnd Dr. Kelley being called , found n bullet
wound in the abdomen about an inch above
and at the right of the navel. Ho died
about 10 o'clock that morning , and no nnte-
mortcin statement was taken. James For-
giibnn , was with Ryan on the fatal
night , and upon his statement Frank M.
OHlner was arrested. Ferguson said ho
and Hyan were passing tlio barn where
Ofllner kept his ( team , and they went in to
get out of the rain. Ofllncr ordered them
out , nnd on their not moving with sufficient
celerity to suit the man , he drew a pistol and
shot Hyan Oillnor lefused to inaUo a state
ment , and ho was bound over to the district
court. Ho w.is a teamster and the keeper of
n sinidl boarding house , ami said to have
been under the inllticnco of liquor on the
night in question.
Judge Doane , of the civil court , took up
ono of the numerous cases against the city.
Judge Wakcly is in uttomUncc at court at
Judge Itopowell was occupied yesterday
hearing the case of Schubei t et nl. vs W. A.
Gardner et ul. on a real estate contract. The
plaintiff alleges misrepresentation as to the
location of ccttain lots aud asks judgment in
the sum of $ lr > 00 ,
In the district court jcstorday Philip Pot-
ti-r & Co. , confessed Judgment in fnvoi of G.
W. Marquardt & Sons , wholesale Jobbers of
DCS Moines , for $1,1 ; o lT >
Kdwm Opdvke has begun suit against
George D. Adams as niauer nnd Will W.
McHndo as indorser of a note for $1,01)0 ) ,
givin October 3 , Is T , and to run seven
The several applicants for admission to
the bar were examined on the law of con
tracts by Messrs. rroneh and Cooley , of the
Clerk of ttio Court Moores and his numer
ous assistants are Ming kept up > n the jump
those days naturalizing voters. On Saturday
no less than eighty-seven sets of papers wore
issued , the iccipients being about equally di
vided as to their political preference. This
is the last week an alien can take out his pa
pers and bo entitled to u vote at the Novem
Judge Shields appointed Pat Desmond ad-
mistrator of the estate of Pat Qulnlan.
Annie Wilson began suit yesterday against
Ldla Mitchell to regain possession of lot C.
block OJ , of the city of Omaha.
Ijast Ni ; lit'n I'erToriiKinco of "Natural
Gas" at BojdV.
The musical farce-comedy , "Natural Gas , "
produced at Hoyd's opera house last night , is
not new to the local stage , and it is perhaps
not necessary to say much more of it tlmn
that it retains all the amusing features that
have given it a popularity second to no other
production of its class. The function of plays
of this sort i'i simply to amuse , and the
makers of them arc not embarrassed by any
rules of dramatic construction. The simplest
arrangement of incidents so as to produce
some sort of coherency is all that is
necessary. "Natural Gas" 'meets the
requirement of its kind. It is
amusing , continuously so , and those who
make the fun know their business. Girard
is one of the cleverest men in his line on the
stage , and his grotesque antics are always
sure to be rewarded with plenty of laughter.
Donnelly makes the most of his part , while
the Jlmpsy of Miss Jennie Yeanmns and the
Kittio Maloneof Miss Satlerlce are in their
way thoroughly good The music of tlio
piece is for the most part of a pleasing sort ,
and it is all very cicditably rendered , the
voices of a portion of the company being
above the average In similar organizations.
In a word , "Natural Gas" is u lively , bust
ling production , abounding in funny situa
tions nnd having n quality of humor which
cveiybody can enjoy. It was seen last night
by a fair audience , which gave abundant evi
dence of being pleased.
A. Itiaco of l-'loiir TliicvcN to IJo Trlptl
On last Wednesday evening Wcismnnn's
store , on Fourth and Woolnorth streets , was
burglarised and a largo quanta. of Hour car
ried off. Ono Umr.ii.ty ( Witting ,
of shady reputation , approached AVeismann
and offered to divulge the names of the
thieves for W. The merchant , however , re
fused to comply with this e\toition , but in
stead invited \Vittinir , who was drunk at the
time , to got upon his delivery wagon , and on
so doing Mr. Weisnunn carried him to the
police station , wheio ho was locked up. The
homo ef George Witting , a brother of
Chauncoy , was next searched and part of the
missing Hour lound there. The remain
der was found in the homo of
John Willis , another disreputable asso
ciate of ChauiKoy's. It appears from their
story that the icasonof Chnuncc.v't > threat
ened expose was that thei refused to share
the plunder with him. Yesterday the
\\ould-bo informer , on whoso person was
found u pallof hi ass knuckles , was lind $ , > 0
nnd costs for i-arrj ing concealed weapons.
George Witting and John Willis remain ,
meanwhile , In durance vile untl are to bo
tried on the charge of burglary.
Bowitro of worthless imitations of Dr.
Jones' Red Clover Tonic. The Konuino
cures headache , Diles , dyspepsia , ntjuo ,
malaria , and is n perfect blood inirilicr.
Price CO cents. Goodman Drug Co.
The following inarriago licenses were Is
sued yesterday by Jud e Shiuldb :
James Murphy , Omaha SO
Ann \Vestropo. . Painsvllle , O ! JS
Louis Connellv , Omuh.i 2-t
Mary E. Smith , Omaha iu
.Huius C. G. Sorcnson , Omaha ttj
Christina Lai-sen , Omaha 'JO
John Mellchar , Omaha CO
Francis Koscna , Omaha CO
Gust A. Eklund , Elkhorn y )
Annie I. . . Johnson , Omaha 2t5
Henry Darner , Calhoun ! il
Iletwiu I'rome , Calhoun 30
Hen Michel , Omaha 80
1 Mary Snydcr , Omaha U2
Wyoming oil lands for salo. Claims
of10 , SO , to 1GO ixcron now on the irmr-
kot. Complete uhstrnuts to wtino fur
nished. J. L. Lovin-r ,
JO So. Thirteenth St.Omaha , Neb.
NcnI pianos for rout at Edholut &
Akin' . '
TALK OK Tim
Tlio I'nlon PacllloV Plans In Connec
tion \Vltn the KlyiT.
As stated in yesterday's lU.n Genenl Su-
pcilntoiiilent Dickinson and Mr Mellon of
the Union Pacific returned Sunday after
noon from their western trip. A Hnc 10-
porter met Mr. Dickinson yesterday , and in
answer to inquiries with icfcrenec to the
trip obtained this information :
"The object of our visit west. " said
Mr. Dickinson , "was to induce the Southern
Pacille to run two tialns dally from Ogden
as formerly , instead of ono as at present , and
wo succeeded in doing it. Wo are shot ton
ing up the time for through travel. On and
after October IS , No. U will leave at S a. in. ,
instead of T TO , and while not a limited train ,
it will bo strictly m-st-elass. No. 4 from the
west may come In a few minutes earlier than
at present , but not much. The Grand IMnnd
Inill will in the future leave at ft p in. in
stead of 'J 10 , and the regular through train
will leave at 8 o'clock as at present. Thele
arc no other changes. "
" 1'hen the chaneo is not made to meet the
Hurllngton in their Denver business' * ' was
"No , if wo wanted to do that we would
have to run a light Denver special , and I
don't think that the business would warrant
it. H costs a good deal of money to run a
spcual ( iOO miles. The Hm-liiigton don't
have to run a special , because Denver is on
its mam line , nnd on its icgulnr run. "
"Will the Union Paeltlc mnko any arrange
ments with the Northwestern or St. Paul , to
meet the enhance of the Hock Island to
"Well of course ttio Hock Island will have
its own track , and will bo independent of the
Union Pacific , so that there will be no com
bination with It. I don't know how the
Northwestern and Milwaukee feel about it ,
but if they are inclined to do anything the
Union Pacific will not stand in the wa.In .
fact Mr. Lomax is now In Chicago to see
their people , and may make some nrratiee
incuts , but if ho docs , it won't appear on this
time card. "
Further inquiry went to show that the pas
senger department generally regretted that
the "flyer" had been withdrawn , hut that
the Union Pacific was powerless in the mut
ter. The Iowa roads having \ \ ithdrawu their
limited trains , and by mutual ngi cement de
ciding to make the inn f i oin Chicago in 18 > 4
hours and no less , it was tisolcs for the
Union Pacille to attempt to accomi'iodatotho
entire passenger tr.iflli' with a special , and to
make up over its own line und at its own ex
pense the time lost by the niggaidly policy of
its eastern connections. In the meantime the
Hurlington is limning the most of it and
doing all the Denver business , but in a H'IOI t
time it will have a rival in the UocU Island ,
and then piobably the cast iron agreement
will bo broken , and once more there will bo
fast tune to tlio coast , The agreement le-
qulros ninety duy'n notice from any load
wishing to withdraw , but as yet none of
them have signified their intention of so
Wylio DlNon is homo again from n trio to
General Dodge came in over the Union
P.uiflc yesterday from the west.
Major E. M. Moore , traveling passenger
agent of the Union Paeitie , is ut headquar
Superintendent Dickenson says there was
no truth in the rumor that Union Pacille otll.
cmls of the Wyoming division were mi\ed up
in an attempt to lob the company as tele
graphed from Denver.
Yesterday A. H. Davenport assumed the
management of the Union Pacitio depot re
freshment rooms , vice J. F. Willott , who
takes u vacation. Mr. Davenport spent the
summer us manager of Garlleld beach hotel.
An alarm from bo-c 51 at 7.U ! yesterday ,
brought the brigade to the Union Pacific
shops. Their set vices were not required ,
however , as the flames were confined to some
waste material in the foundry , and were ex
tinguished with u few buckets of water.
Merchants can nov no longer complain
about the Grand Island local , as it will in
future leave at "i p. m. instead of 2 : ID , thus
giving country merchants and buyers a
chance to te.ich Omaha at noon , do business ,
nnd return the same day. - .
"No , the numerous changes of station
agents reported the last few da.\sdon't mean
to say that they are all leaving the company's
service , " said u Union Pacific olllcial , "but
the rule of the company requires
nil station agents taking a leave
of absence to hand iu n formal resignation ,
and sign over the station and company prop-
01 ty to the man that relieves them. That is
why wo arc repotting so many changes just
An Absolute Cure.
The OUIGINAL AUIKTINE OINTMENT
is only put up in largo two ouneo tin boxes ,
and is an absolute euro for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of piles.
Ask for the OIUGIiTAL ! A1J1ETINI3 OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at lo !
cents per box by wall 30 cents.
THIS cutaaiA'roiTv DIOMSGATJON.
IVIint They Saw anil SmcIIcd on
1 heir Journey.
Councilman Alexander , the chairman of
the committee of councilnicu who visited
DCS Moines , Chicago , Minneapolis and St.
Paul , was asked to what conclusion ho had
come in regard to the cremation of gar
In reply ho said. "We made a careful
study of the systems used in the various
cities wo visited , and theie Is no doubt what
ever but that cremation Is the only proper"
way to dispose of garbage. The committee
has not yet arrived at any conclusion as to
the best system of doing it. We will got
together and have two or three discussions
beloi'o wo make our report. The Chicago
crematory would not suit our purpose at all ,
some features of it aio good , but many are
objectionable. The system m use in Minnea
polis is ( in my opinion , the best wo saw ,
" \Vlnlc wo woi o gone our eyes were opened
on other matters. All the cities wo visited
arc far ahead of Omaha in the matters of
public buildings , parks and drives. The res
idences on the avenues and boulevards are
surrounded with beautiful grounds , the
streets are kept in good condition , and the
citizens generally spend their money in im
provements , which , although spent for their
own pleasure , beautifies the city and adds to
the value of property generally. In the mat
ter of tchoo's ' nml paved streets Omaha is
pretty well abreast of them all , but as for
public adornments nnd keeping the city in
neat orner wo are behind.
"Wo made an exhaustive study of the
methods of conducting the boards of health
in the various cities , and the experience will
"Our report on crematories will bo some
what elaborate , and will not bo presented
until a week fiom Tuesday. This trip has
opened the eyes of us all on a great many
HorhKmPfl Acid Phosphate ,
A Ilrnln and Nerve Feeder ,
/or lectnre.ru , touchers , htudcnts , cler-
lawyoi'H , and uraiii-workorH
Get YourKailronti Tickets
NORTH , SOUTH ,
EAST and WEST ,
and secure yonr sleeping berths at
180-2 Farnam St. ,
Union Pacific Ticket ofllco ,
UAHIIY p. Diin'r : , ,
City Ticket a-jont.
A Man Under Arrest For the Killing
Robert Smith , of late a boarder at the
Garni house on Tenth street , is suspected of
being the murderer of Tom Sullivan , the
brakoinan found dead near Oreapolis last
Saturday. According to the story of W. N.
McCauen , the engineer , Smith was attemptIng -
Ing to beat his way on the train and was put
oft a number of times between Pacific Junc
tion and Oreapolis. Smith persisted In get
ting on every time the train started and grew
more and more ugly every time Sullivan put
him off , The last time the engineer saw the
braitcman start to put the deadbeat
off was near Oreapolis and that
was the last time Sullivan was
seen alive. A few hours later his mangled
remains were found about one-third of a
nnlo cast of La Platte , and it is supposed
that Smith fell upon him in his fury , mur
dered him , and then threw the body under
Smith mysteriously disappeared and tUia
confirmed the suspicions of the ofllccrs In
their belief that Smith murdered him.
The suppled nsHassIn is live feet ten
inches In height , welnliB about ono hundred
and eighty | Kiundsund Is between thirty and
thlity-thrce. years old ( He has broad shoul
ders , la heavy boned , has large Jnws and a
red moustache. When last seen ho wore n
dark suit of clothoH. long frock coat , light
flannel shirt , broad brim black slouch hat ,
and about No. 1 > broad solo shoes ,
About four years ago he worked
In the coal yards at Paeltlc Junction and Is
well acquainted iu the H. & M. yards , and
with switchmen , engineers and firemen , Ho
returned to Pacific Junction about three
weeks ago and claimed that up to that time
he had been on the Denver police force. Ho
made several remarks to trainmen that led
them to believe he was a U. & M. detective.
When augry he Is said to bo a dangerous
character. Shortly before noon yesterday a
tough-looking fellow answering the de crip-
tion of Smith was arrested by oniccr Hcafoy
and is in the central station awaiting do-
velopmcrts. The prisoner's mustache is
black Instead of red , but in every other way
he tallies exactly with the make-up of Smith.
The trial of Henry Hornbergcr who is
charged with selling liquors on Sunday is In
progress In the police couit. The case Is at-
trading considerable Interest. Hornberger
sajHitlsn malicious prosecution. On the
night pi eicdlng the Sunday in question a
squad of policemen watched his place from
midnight until morning. Fearing they in
tended some trouble ho did not open his
place on Sunday until Oftlceis lliue , Ilorri
gan and Most.yu nsked him to do so. And
now ho says thov have arrested him for com
plying with their request
The ofllcern deny any intent of persecuting
Hornberger , and sa\ , that they ineiely wish
to mnko a test case of this to sec If there is
any vn tue in the Sunday liiuor law. The
case Is being tried b.\ Jury
This powder never varies. A marvel ot purl-
ty.streiiKth \\holcsi.mrnoss. . . MOID iionnm-
lial tlmn tlii'OHllimrj klmK and ( Miinot nuiolil
In compi'titlon the multitude of low cost ,
short \\elnht itlnm or phnsnoatoimudois. Sitla
only In can * . Itovul Unking Powder Co. , 1JO
, . , . . . . . . . .
Wall + > t- Newoik.
stieit , \oik.
Our customers will take not
ice , that notwithstanding thoj
confusion incident to the im
provements being mnde in our1
place of business , we are in
continual receipt of new gooclsj
and arc ready to servo our ]
friends to the best ofour ability.
The temporary disorder1 is only
a matter of a few days , after
which we are confident our
fresh attractions and increased
facilities must speak for them
She Tried and Knows ,
A leading chemist of New York
says , : "No plasters nfnich merit as
the A tlilophorosPlnsterhaveever
before been produced. " They are
a novelty because they aie not inailo
simply to M'll cheap , they arc the
best that science , skill and money
caii produce , and will do what it
claimed for them. 1'or sprains ,
aches , Mciikncw , lameness , etc. ,
they are unequalcd.
4W Fullon Kt , Ramlnrtr.O. Nov.51.87. '
'Iho Atlihiilionm | IHai-ter ncted likfl
. It In the 6 ( I CUT trliil anil 1
Slavic. iiMil many MmlH Our clrinn.'lft
Mid "jiH"tcrH arc all almiit the HIIIIU" nut
I don't think HI IHIM I riiratntil my arm
anil Hlioulilir In .lull , unil It lias Ucn
I'liuf ill Kluce , but It ill ) , not ] nln mr at
llnow. Mri . Viu u MAIIIIJ.
/Pt / Send 0 cents for the Ix-nntlful rolored pic
ture , " JIoorMi Jlulden. "
THEATIILOPHOROSCd. 112 WallSt. N Y.
Soibury's Sulphur Candles
1'or disinfecting ClosetB , htoro
Itoonis , I'elhus. Sinks , btnblcs.
Outhouses , Chicken Coops , llini
DON'T ' YOU C'ngesc ,
Seabury's Hydronaphthol Soap ,
1'or diseases of the Skin and
NEED ScalpMitch a * Tetter Ringworm ,
KcziMiia , Kcabk'M , Sciiley , Kriip-
tlons , Itchlag. Bwiutlng i'et't ,
ONE OR DiimlrnU , railing llulrc. .
Hydronaphthol Pastilles ,
MORE OF Tor pui Ifying the Sick room , ox-
Urmlnutlng liiHertH nml elimin
ating dlse.iHO KflrmH.
THESE Mead's Corn S ; Bunion Plaster :
lorl'oot tioublo ? .
ARTICLES ? Benson's Plaster
1'or Aches and Pains. Sold by
SHAllL'ltV Sc JOHNSON.
Solo Manufacturers , Now York
. , .
One of ( ho Most Successful
In the treatment of DIRIUSGS of tha TIIKOAT ,
I.UNflS , llEAHT , I.IVKII , Klll.NK\t < , KVK and KAIL
Diseason of tlio Uit.UN ami NKIIVOUS BYHTKM ,
I'rii.crsY und Nt itvors Kxn UJSTION , ABTIIM v
andCivAiiitir , ( in iviri. . ll ) e.ises of the HMD-
DKII anu Itccru'M , all Disorder , ] of the SEIU.U ,
A cure nuAiUNTKEi ) In all cases of I'IUVATC
ami SKIN DISDVHLS.
Ilia CUIIKS are IIKM tiiKAnr.t : and I'EIIM tNH.vr.
Tlio most OIISTIN m : 0Hfc8 viuLiHNd raplilly
under his form of treatment.
Tlio doctor's theory U that no disease should
bo regarded as Incurable until the diseased
oiganis destroyed faster than It can bo repaired.
firom his years of experience In HosriT.u , anil
J'mvATi : I'IIAOTICK , tlie doctor Is classed among
the LEAUINO Si-tci U.ISTH.
Treatment by correspondence. Send stamp
Office Bushman Block , 16th and
Douglas Sts. , Omaha , * ' eb ,
GRAND EXTENSION ,
Our store has again become to small for us , and we have just completed arrange
ments for additional room , Wo have leased the adjoining three story building now
occupied by Robert Purvis. This building will be immediately altered and fixed up for
our use , and wo expect to have the same ready for occupancy by the middle of October.
The new addition will give us a separate spacious entrance and largo show windows on
14th street , and when connected with our present store , we will have the largest Clothing -
ing House west of Chicago.
"We had contemplated to take this additional building next spring , but the im
mense increase in our business and the enormous stock we are getting this season , has
forced us to make immediate arrangements.
As we have to give up considerable space of our present store to the workmen
during the time alterations are in progress , wo will be very much crowded and have
decided to unload such goods , which are mainly in demand now and can be moved
Underwear is one of the departments , which requires more room than others ; wo
have an immense variety , all new and this season's styles. We have always boon head
quarters for these goods ; no other house ever attempted to compete with us. In order
to move a good share of our stock within the next few days , we have now put prices on
them which will make it a big inducement for anybody to lay in his seasons supply.
Hats are going fast enough , but they too , take up FO much room. We want them
to go still faster and the prices are made in accordance.
Ladies' should not fail to visit our boy's department this week. We have an im
mense stock of Suitsand Overcoats , and we will make special low prices. lrou can buy
two suits of us for what you wouldhave to pay for one suit elsewhere.
Cor. I4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
W. G. ALBRIGHT ,
Real Estate ,
21S S. 15th St.Omaha.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Electro-Magnetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph of Elcclric Science
Gentlemen's Belt Scientifically Made and Practically Applied.
with Electric DIMS CURED WITHOUT MEDICIHES.
to.ny'partof'th'0-ray"wioT fVmi/y / 'ciH WHEN ALL ELSE
W l % fci > n B.biOI& . . - .
wear It. If electrtde * the blood anil cures JTlfc
rrcirltsriUiai t Krory nne Ronulno and used by permission. NOTE Ihofollowing who liavo been t
TESTIMONIALS OUlSlDA. 1. Ho Kl nd. H : k Park.rnml J.M.na lett.allornoM-dof Tr ad ft ,
r7hl - . & I'lmrrnrv AAmmluvinn * n < > mhMnt. Strict Vrn t litidri DohlB. tnd ffrnfit nnmAmAn t Col UOnnt
postomceiL. U. McMlctiael.U U . HUHftiU. n. x. " louri-eisiiaaaccumpu iieu wniic no nin-rr rtu.dr ii Y. hast
" . HalJ oldenn&n , l&O oit thBtroet.No * Vort
t adr net-re * and comfortable ilccp ut nJ hU" UoLt. , & (
anil tooutandv of othori. . , .
flJ unDUrJP ri PftTBrt URPMETIO DE3 T tarap riortoalloth -enrrcnt ofelectrlcl.
UFi nUtlNC i fcLbUIHU KAUNtllU DCL,1 , tynroBtrongor mild a. the wearer iimjde-
trot produces a continuous current ! confers electricity th , < ouith the body on the ne rros. It cures diseases
by RenoratlnB a continuous current of electricity (1O ( or IB Lcursout of l ) throujthout the human "T'tnn ,
aflaylnK all nerToiunMs immediately , and producing r. new clroulatlon of thn Urn forcos-tlio blood , lin-
parYliuTTlnor. strenKth. energy and health , when all other treatment hat faUeJ. The meritd of this soleu-
tine Iirltarabeln rocoinilseirand Indorsed by thousands whom It hai cured jj. .
ItKrEUENCERAny bank , commercial agency or wholesale houro In Chlcagoi whotctalo drugsiiti ,
'Sgffio' AT n Chle.,0.
RUPTURE ° . 0,0r0DR , HORME'S ELECTRQ-MHSIIETIC BELT-TBUSS.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ,
The Best Route from Oinalia and Council
TWO T11A1N3 DAILY DUrWKKN OMAHA AND
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. i'nul , Minneapolis , Cedar Itaplds ,
Hock Island , Frrrport , Itockftml.
Clliitou , Dubtniue , Davenport ,
Elgin , Mndlson , JauesTllle ,
IJcloit , Winonu , La Crosse ,
And all other Important points Kast , Northeast and
For throuRh tickets cull ni the ticket aeent nl 1M1
Farnam street. In llarkcr Il.ock , or at ITnlon 1'acWo
l'"uilrnnn Sleepers and tlio llnpst ninlni ; C' r In tlit
world are run on the mam Hue of the Clilcauo , Mil
wnukco & bt. I'nul Ilallvmr. nod every attentionl |
iml'l to paieenEcn by .ourtuous emvlojrei cl ui
It. ulljiiKll , noncrnl Manager.
J. V. TUCKEU , Ai > sl tnnt General Uanagir.
A. V. U. UAiU'Evmt , Ueneml l'ass n * r and
* ndlS'tREAFFOlU ? ) , Atslstant General futmgtl
and'cu L-i'n. . .
J. T. CUAJill. lieneral Euoorlnten tmt.
Or ( ho Liquor Habit , Poslthely Cured bj
AdwluIstcriiiglJr. Halucs' Golden
U can be given in a cup of coffee or tea with
out the Knowledge t the person taking It ; abso
lutely harmless , anil w111 ctlea a pennuncnt and
speedy euro , whether the patient U n moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreci. Tnousanda of
drunkard ! have been made temperate men who
have taken Uolden Hpecltlo In their colfeu with
out their knowledce and to day believe they
milt drinking of their own fice will. Hnovor
falls , 'ibehyatcm once impregnated with the
Specific , It becomes an utter impossibility for
the liquor appctlto to exist. 1'or snlo by Kuhn
k Co. , 15th unrl Doiirlna sn. , and IBth And Cum-
Jnusts. , Umaha.-Neb. ; A. I ) , roster & IJro ,
lounrll Illuir * . lo a.
T. E. CIL.PIN ,
FIRE INSURANCE BROKER ,
Itoom 03 Traders' Itulldlnc/
noTerencei Metronolltan National ilank
It. U. Ilun It Co. The Uradttrcct Co
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John G , Jacobs. )
Undertakers and Embal mers
At the old btanil , 14J7 Karnam St. Urdeuby
telegraph boliclted and promptly attended.
MEDICAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th & Dodge Sts
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRU 3ES
Jlest facilities , apparatus and remedies for Fur
Tssful treatment of every form of ( IKcasc/t-qnn
ing Medical or hurgicnl Treatment
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Hoard and attendance , best hospital accomn ,
ilntlons in the west.
WKITE ton CIRCUIAKS on Deformities a >
Braces , Truves , Club I'eet , Curvature of Hit
Spine , Plleh , Tumors , Cancer , Cntatrh Ilroncluti-
Inhalatlou , niectricity , PainljsU , Kiulepsy , Kt '
ney , nlailder , Kye , Kar , bLm and lllooJ , uud u
Dlaoosoa of Women a Speolal'.y.
HOOK ON DISEACU or WoKtN Fncr.
ONLY BELIABLB VIEDIOAL INSIITUi :
MAI'.INO A Ol'ECULIT Or
All niood DKCKSea successfully treated ,
llllic I'olnon removed from the system witliui i
mercury. New restontite treatment for loss
Vital 1'owcr. I'eisons unable to visit us may be
treated at home by correspondence. All column
locations confidential Medlcincsor instruments
Kent by mail ur ezpress , xecurely packed , n
marks to Indicate contents or * cnder One pci
sonal interview preferred Call and consult us ot
rend history of your case , and we will bend in
Vlaiu wrapper , our
OOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon Private , Special or Nervous Dixascs , Iiu
viteucy , Syphilis. Gleet aud Varicocelc , will
y.cstion list. Address
Omaha 3Itdical and Htfrgienl Inttltnle.oi
DR. McMENAMY ,
Cor. 13th ana OodaoStf. . HUAHA.NED.
Who Doesn't ' Want a Baby
healthy and happy. Keep the baby In health
by fcedlnjf It on
" 5 years of use by thousands In all paitsof this
country con linn tha.iu statements.Vooi.uicn
A. Co. on label.
Surgeon and Physician.
Office N. W Curr.tr itth no'l luu U ) lit. n.iico
telephone , < W ; Itosldouco tolsphoao ,
OM > I'KN 0IVKN AWAY. I'artcuUr ! five
G ' - llviifflK\B , " Omaha , Net ) .
Who is IV E A II , NEHVrDN. I > riIII1'A >
TKU. who III hlg POLLY i ml lUNOUAM'R
tins TniFLKIH away lib VIUOH of IIOII Y ,
n INI * and MANIIOnif.ruuMnKCxhnnttlne
drains upon ttio FOJ'NTAIIVM of I. ! KB ,
n K A I ) A 4' H K , n A C K A Til K , IJrcnil flit
Dream * . WEAHNUNN of Memory , HANK.
FVL.Kf.Hft In ( IOCIETY. I'lMIM.KN upott
the PAt'K. ami ul < the KJTEnfi l Hilliieta
KA1IL.Y l K AYnnd perhaps f'ONNVMI * .
2'IOM or INNANITY. Jhoulil consult at onca
tbn CILKIllttTin ; > ir Clnrlro , KMnMlshed
'Wl Er Clarke hai mudo NEKVOl'h UEi
III I.IT Y. rummMi nn < 1 ull Dlieasei of
Hie UENITO UIUNAirY Orpnni n I.ifa
htuily. U mAkea SJO ilintronro WHAT vou
k n or WHO has fulled to rnro you. *
H r to their t x can consult with tlir nMiirnnce
ef ipcody relief and euro Bend 2 cenU poilage
tor works on your disc : ses.
flSJ-Bend 4 cents postngo for Celebrated
worhn on t'tironlr , Kurvoim and IlclU
pw'c Imcacos. Consultation , pcri > onuly ) or by
Jottei , l * o. Consult the oil ! Itorloi * .
YlioiiHniuU cnrsiS. Odin-mind iiurlora
privato. s-lhojo contemplating Marrliw )
uencl for Ir. Clnrko'a colcbrated gulijo
Wi > o anil Femiilr. each 16c. , both 2 ,
utaniM ) . Before cnnfldlne your cute , conau.
Dr. 6LAKKK. A friendly letter or call ma >
i ve future sullerlnpnnil slmme , and add golden
years to life. 40-Jook "Llfo'd ( Secret ) Er.
ror , " 50c. ( stamps ) . Medlnlne und writing * I
lent everywhere , secure from exposure.
Hours , t > to 8 : Sundays , 9 to 12 Address ,
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
BEAD THIS IP IT
Al'ruiirlutary Mudlcinu that nccta
to provo Its worth.
Dr.Calldef's . ' Left Lira Bite
Tfio only Distilled Hitters In thn Unite * .
Btates. The only Hitters recognUeil by tha
United States Intcinal icvcnun Ian a us a I'ro- ?
nrletary Mndlelne. Lawfully I'at.-nted. No ofl
1'atent 1 < VOB73. ( ontalm no rusll oils , n
essentliUolU.iio fort-Inn suliitunco ordamaKJ
Inn duiKB. A perfectly pmo meillclno. com-
poumli'd fromj'uro Koot llerbs nod Old I'Pachi
pleas lint to tun taste , quiet uml decisive In lt
aHect. Cures Dyspepylu or Yellow. lanndlc * Ini
flTsxlayg. IteeulateK the HOIM-IH. Invlironitcs'
luacttro layer , ( ) iir K Ulaonsed Uvor , Itnvlvcs' '
the Kidneyi , Improves tlio Appetite Qulckljo
RoKUlatcs the wnolo system. Now Life to tat
l-ull l.lver Illitcri iiro BOl I In Omnlm. Veb . by tha
fnllowlnir UruiiKiHiii HhluMl "M limit I , Niccliil |
\\hnli lc' , Itir tlio rtrui : Inturestor Ncbruskii. Ho-
tnlli > rsu > InlloiTs
( looduiun Driiu Co. , W J WhltoliuuKi * , TVSjinf. .
fun ! , ( -iiui 11. fumJitvi rtn. ihrntur I'huruucy ,
Kuhn A. Co. , John lilucllnli M I'urp I A. 1 nllur , V C'o. ,
W .1. HUKIIIS , Julin IIlulu I l.lrli , M I iv < null ,
! ' II ( ii'iUstli Jnlui r lluldky , Morrt'll I'huriuiic'r ,
.linnet I orsylh , II C Hull , lr I .1 Htvlllo ( Jl Crt -
* 7 , 1' ChiuiillMr , llahiis riininmcy 'jurnuyiV Diiy'n ,
J.C 'KhiK. . ! . W. I'lnrki' . . ! II Sihinlilt , MHX llocht , J.
> thrlHKMison. W. K. Uimhuniuii , It S Cox , Mux
Coiiriid , Kmnk W. KoitK , II KH IMU < MMI ( , un llocilur ,
lloyd'a I'lmnnauy , C A. Mclihcr , lluwiinl .Meyer' ,
hnuik Dclloiui X Co. , whuleralu dealers in i'ura ( ana
l.olt l.lver Hitters ,
PRNNVnoVAI < IVAPIjnfi are
sncccbifuliy usml monthly by OUT 10,000
.IJwIlei' . Aro.SVi/e , I.'jfectitulunil J'leaiant
$1 p < rl > ozliynialloratlrnfilsts ; .SVa/ctl
2'nrticulara 3 poetagii hUiiniju. Ail'ln'so '
Tuc IX'nctA CiiEiiicii , Co. , DUTUOIT , Jlico.
ale anil by mail flootlmatl !
lritiCo. ( ,
bonth Wllllamstown. Itcrkihiro county.
M. A private bdioyl for boya. 1'ropnro fet
tollego. HclentlUc si heel or business. Kurty > M r
cuth year begins Thursduy , t-'uptomber Utlj.
Tor cutaloguo addioss UKO. 1' . Mll.f.S ,
Bfltlie Stuart Institute
Will commence Its lHt year Hoptom bur l''lhlh.s :
AdvantuKca unsurjjnsHud. Homo comforts :
careful trulnliiK. Apply to iirs. M.
HOMKS , I'rlntliml.
l'ccl.8klllon.iid' | | > onN. : Y. Heiia forcata-
logne. J.NO M. Tl I.DKN , M. n. . M. A. . I'rlnUpql.
ST. JOHN'S Jlir.tTAUY KCHOOJT
.MANI.1UB. It. V.
Civil Kngluourlni ; . Ola1 sica , Uiislnesi.
IIT. ItKV. 1' . 1) . iTl'NTINd'lO.V , I'redldent.
Lr. Cm.V. . VUUllUriv. Hu | > eiint iitent. (
focLLEGEOF LAW , ffii
Tor circular * mldru s U. lloovu , Chicago , 111 ,
PEERLESS DYES AUK TUB UU-JT !