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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , OOTOBEK 13 , 1888.
THE CITY ,
Tbo internal revenue collections yes-
tcrduy amounted to $8,011.08.
The county commissioners will meet
nt the court house this afternoon.
The Hebrew fair opens Monday next ,
at Exposition hall , with many 'nttrac-
There will be a meeting of the Omaha
Press club , next Sunday afternoon at1
City Clerk Southard yesterday filed
the bond In $10,000 of John D. Furay RS
h member of the board of public works.
A carload of the members of the So
ciety of Christian Endeavor returned
Thursday night from the York conven
Addlson Graves yesterday filed a
bill of wile on Frank Johnson s stock of
procerles.accounts and team. The con-
oideratlon was 11,050.
Fire was discovered about 8 o'clock
yesterday in the cellar of Frank
Hancock's grocery on Capitol avenue.
Only about $15 worth of damage was
done. It was caused by the careless
handling of a candle in the cellar.
A union Sabbath school teachers'
meeting is held every Saturday after
noon at1 o'clock at the Kount/.e Memo
rial church. The Sabbath bchool lesson
for the following Sabbath is freely dis
cussed. All Sabbath school workers are
L. A. North became very noNy and
demonstrative in the postollice about
noon yesterday and engaged in an angry
altercation with another man. lie re
fused to comply with Postmaster Galla
gher's request to desist and was run in
by the police.
Charles Monahan , the tough who in-
nulled two young girls who work in
Garneau's cracker factory , was lined M
and given thirty days in the county
jail , the first and last' four on bread and
water. Upon hearing the bread and
water clause in his sentence Monahan
i isibly wilted.
Two men were arrested yesterday
afternoon on Tenth street by Ollicer
Boyle. They arc supposed to bo the
men who assaulted anil robbed Murphy
on the bottoms a few nights ago. They
Ijavo the names of Dennis O'Connell
and George Kelly. The police say that
they are tough men. without doubt , and
the ones who committed the crime.
General Lowe hat received a letter
from J. M. Schumacher , chairman of
the financial committee , Jacksonville ,
Fin. , stating that further funds for the
relief of the yellow fever sutTcrcrs will
bo most acceptable. This was in reply
to a telegram from General Lowe asking
if further aid was required. lie will
therefore forward contributions about
the llrst of the week.
Henry Bothers , an outcast of nine
years , whoso parents live on South
Thirteenth street below Viuton , but
who have set him adrift in the world ,
has been brought into police court a
number of times on the charge of
vagrancy. The judge has finally de
cided to'hold him to the district court
to see if some proper care cannot betaken
taken of the little fellow.
A heartless thief Thursday night stole
one wheel from a buggy belonging to
Clerk Moriarty of the county court. The
owner says : "If the fellow had left the
wheel and taken the rest of the buggy
there would be some chance of identify
ing and recovering the property. As
it is well , it's a pretty mean fellow
vrho'li servo a man that way. "
The Circassian girl in the now mu-
eoum seems to bo in hard luck. Yester
day she went to a dentist to have a tooth
removed and the knight of the forceps
took a largo portion of her jaw bono
with it , necessitating her retiring from
the public gaze for awhile. The trained
boa constrictor with which she per
formed has been troubled with spasms
of late and last evening died.
Personal Paragraph ! .
II. W. Wolf , of Stclln , is at the Millnrd.
Clinrlca Toft , of Avoca , is ntthe Millard.
J. Wenderson , of Beatrice , is at tbe Pax-
U. W. Grunstato , of Elwood , Is at the Pax-
C. M. Stcblns , of Fremont , is at the Mur
8. D. Woodlcy , of Lincoln , is at the Millard -
G. 11. Freeman , of Lincoln , is at the Mil
E. C. Parkinson , of Scward , is at the Mil-
W. L. Fail-brother , of Lincoln , is at the
O. K. Copley and daughter , of Lincoln , arc
at the Paxton.
C. W. Thomas and wife , of .Grand Island ,
are at the Paxton.
F. D. Crino undC. 13. llichter , of Lincoln ,
nro at the Murray.
J. Elliot , jr. , a prominent banker of Mar
ion , is ui the Murray ,
James Miner and family , of New York , ore
at the Murray en route to Denver.
J. A. Fink , treasurer of the Union Pacific ,
of Boston , is at the Murray accompanied by
James Watson of Cheyenne , and S. Mc-
Ncal of Greenwood , Neb. , are at the Mer
No Contracts Yet.
The contractors who have been bidding on
the material for the now cable line have been
asking from six to ten weeks' time in which
to furnish the material rcrjulrcd. With a
view of securing material in a shorter period
the company has not yet let any contracts ,
but may do so in a few days.
An Iowa Prohibition Case.
Deputy United States Marshal \Vyman. of
lown , arrested U. II. Haldermnn nt Millurd
Nob. , Thursday niBht. He Is charged with sell-
Ini ; liquor at Shelby , In. Ho was taken before
Commissioner Dundy and held in $300 bonds ,
but preferred to go to lown and accompanied
Marshal W.vmaii without icouisition papers.
Under the provisions of an act of congress
detailing army oftlccrs as professors at edu
cational Institutions , Lieutenant Abnor Pick
ering , Second infantry , has been ordered to
report at Purdue university , Lafayette. Ind. ,
to ofllclato as professor of military tactics.
Chaplain Nave will occupy quarters at the
fort after Lieutenant Pickering's ' departure.
See Poycko Bro.s forpear cider.
Mrs. Anna Svoboda went before Cleric
Moorcs of the district court aad declared her
intention of becoming a citizen of the United
States. She is Bohemian , and Deputy Sher
iff Frank Bamlhuucr acted as interpreter.
The naturalization of a woman is not a fre
quent occurrence. Last year one took out
her final papers and immediately took stops
to'secure a legacy left in the old country , the
ccurlng of which , for some reason or other ,
depended upon her citizenship.
Jarvis medical brandy the best.
Collins la FcTcrtloiu.
Charles Collins , of Plattsmouth , whose
mysterious disappearance attracted consider
able attention a mouth or so ago , and who , it
vras thought , was murdered in Omaha , has
finally been beard from. It now appears
that , although married to his wife for only a
low month's , ho has deserted her , after bor
rowing about f 300 from herfathor. Collins
wa * a man who lundu great professions of
piety and was a prominent tiguro in church
circles at Plattsmouth. A telegram was , re
ceived by bis wife from him in Shreveport a
day or two ago. Ills wife's health has been
greatly shutiored by worry and suspense.
Ill : WANTS THE T
The Hinto Hoard of Transportation
Crfttnlilcr Gwycr'n Complaint.
The state board of transportation or rather
the secretaries of the members of that board ,
Judge O. ! ' Mason , W It MUnger and J. II.
Ager , have been In session In this city for the
past two days trying the case of William
Gwyer apalnst the U. ft M. railroad com
pany. The history of the case is as follows !
Twenty years ago a stone quarry was opened
ut ) near the station of La Piatto , on the line
01 the Omaha & Southwestern rail
road , and the county built a side-
truck running to said quarry. This
state of things existed for a number
of years , but finally , it is alleged , the quarry
apparently petered out and the railroad took
up their sidings. Ueccntly , the quarry was
reopened by Gwycr , nud ho has been doing
considerable business , sufficient , ho thinks ,
to Justify the H. it M. In relaying the side
track to the quarry. The road thinks differ
ently , ami the bonrd was called to meet for
the purpose of hearing ttic uvidcncs pro and
con , and having heard all , have adjourned to
meet at some later day , when they will bo
ready to render a uccision upon Mr. Gwyer's '
"Tho facts of the case are these , " said As
sistant Attorney Kelly of the Union Pacific ,
referring to the disappearance of Contractor
Wells. "This man Wells held a contract
with the Union Pacific under which ho
earned a considerable sum of money that at
] i re * cut is in the possession of the company ,
in the meantime he has disappeared , but
whether temporarily or permanently the
company has no mentis of ascertaining. Two
claimants have appeared for this money , the
one being the Douglas county bank and the
other the unpaid employes. The company ,
therefore , remains neutral , and will file a bill
in thu fiicmt court this afternoon , asking to
be advised as to what disposition shall be
made of the funds now in hand. "
Saturday at midnight the new time card
will go into effect on the Union Pacific and
trains will arrive and depart as follows : No.
1 will leave Omaha at b p. in. , as at present ,
anil will accommodate , those wishing to make
use of the touiists' sleepers for the coast and
intermediate points. No. 'J , Its opposite , or
east bound , will arrive at 7:4.1 : a. m. No. ! t
will in future leave Omaha at b 30 a. in. anil
will be composed of strictly first-class coaches
and sleepers , no tourist sleepers or second
class passengers being allowed. No. 4 , from
the west , also a first-class train , will arrive
at 4:40 : p , lu. No. 3 , the Grand Island train ,
will leave Omaha at 5 p. m. instead of10 : ,
as at present , and No. ti will arrive from that
point at IBsiiO p. m. , instead of 10:40 : a. m.
The Union Pacific lias made still another
move towards establishing a system of
through sleepers to Denver. TUK UIB : has
already announced the arrangement made
with the Wabash , whereby a through
sleeper has been put on from St. Louis , and
now the Northwestern has fallen into line
with a like service from Chicago. Com
mencing Sunday noon , a through sleeper
will leave Chicago dally , anil passing via
Omaha will itnch Denver in time for break
fast Tuesday morning. Coming cast it will
leave Denver about 10 p. in. , reaching Omaha
the following evening , and Chicago at noon
the day after.
The Union Pacific officials now in Chicago
disclaim having arranged through service
from Chicago to Denver with the Chicago ,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway , but the ar
rangement with the Chicago < k Northwestern
railway is an accomplished fact as Appears
above , and a through sleeper between
Chicago and Denver over the Union Pacific
and the Chicago & Northwestern railways
will bo put in service Sundav , October 14.
Joe English , the Burlington trainmaster ,
with headquarters at Lincoln , Is in town re
ceiving the welcome ho always gets when in
The mail boys on Burlington No. 5 have
been furnished with a nuw mail car contain
ing all the latest improvements , and they are
In referring to the new sleeper put on by
the Burlington , it should have read that it
went through from Omaha to Chicago and
return instead of to Denver.
E , U. Fonda , of the Union Pacific switchIng -
Ing engine nt Council Bluffs , will bu the dele-
rate from this division to the convention of
Thursday night a lady from Grand Island
reported the loss of a diamond pm at the
Union Pacific depot.
Hobert Blinkensderfcr , of the Union Pa
cific , and A. E. Buchanan , of the Omaha ft
St. Louis road , were the representatives
from tills city at the quarterly meeting of
superintendents , held at the transfer Thurs
day. Only routine business of a private na
ture was transacted.
The body of Brakcman Joe Wright , who
was fatally burned at Sidney.rcached Omaha
yejterpay , and will bo forwarded to
Homo , N , Y. , at the expense of the Union
The managers of the Chicago , St. Paul ,
Minneapolis & Omaha railroad have estab
lished the same wages for the switchmen in
their.yams hero that they are paying their
hands at St. Paul. The foreman now re
ceives $72.50 per mouth , and the helpers
W. M. Sage , genegal traffic manager of the
nock Island road , is in the city and stopping
at the Murray ,
You can find cool , well furnished
rooms at the Globe hotel , best 16cated
house in Omaha.
Carriage * Collide.
The buggies of F. W. Thomas and Mrs.
Gcorgo Derwin collided on Saunders street ,
near Clark , Thursday evening and Mrs.
Derwin was thrown violently forward upon
one of the shafts. Fortunately , ono of the
mounted police happened to be near by and
discovered the perilous position of the lady in
time to stop the frightened horse anil save her
from injury. She was omy.slightly hurt by the
accident. Thomas' buggy had one of the
axles sprung and the shafts broken. Ho in
sisted on the oflieer making Mrs. Derwin pay
for the damage done , but the officer declined
to interfere. Ho hold that she was no moro
to blame for the collision than Thomas him
Wyoming oil lands for sale. Claims
of 40 , SO , to 160 acres now on the mar
ket. Complete abstracts to same fur
nished. J. L. LOVKTT ,
12120 So. Thirteenth St. . Omaha , Neb.
RESTRAINING TI1K MUDDY.
Lieutenant BliiKham'g Visit niul What
It Meant ) .
Lieutenant Bingham , of the engineer corps
of the United States army and secretary of
the Missouri river commission , arrived in
town Thursday night. He is under instructions
to examine Into the condition of the channel of
the river at this point and consult with par
ties and citizens interested as to what is most
required to Improve the condition of the
stream and protect property Adjacent which
may bo subject to overflow Ho will
then report to the war department as
to the needs of the place and .next
the desired improvement will be made. The
expense will bo defrayed by an Appropria
tion of flfiO.UOO. which has been made for the
purpose. The locality of the Improvements ,
as designated In the appropriation bill , Is be
tween Council Bluffs mid Omahn , within a
iwint five miles above the Omaha and Coun
cil Bluffs bridge , soon to be completed.
Lieutenant lirltrhnni says that he has also
been ordered to Investigate the charges as to
whether or not the new Uiiion Pacific bridge
Is A violation of law.
Ho was particularly anxious to know
when the old Union Pacltlc bridge was com
pleted , claiming that some Union Pacificen
gineers whom he had consulted wcro not
able to give him the desired information. In
fact , it seemed that there was no record of
the fact to bo found.
"Would that be n material fact In your In
vestigation i1' ho was nskcd.
"It would bo of considerable importance. "
Why it was so considered the lieutenant
would not state. Lieutenant Bingham is the
same gentleman who last winter reported
upon the bridge now In course of erection at
Jarvis pear cider. Sec Bates & Co.
TI1K GAS QUESTION.
New Hills , the Old Bill , and the Com-
One of the members of the gas committee
of the council said that the call for bids for
lighting tltc city had brought out bids from
the Omaha Gas Manufacturing Company ,
the Thompson & Houston Electric Light
company , together with several bids from
eastern parties , The bid of the first men
tioned was $ il per lamp for one year , $29 per
lamp per year for a three-years' contract and
J'J7 for live years. Tlieso bids are now be
fore the committee , and it Is thought will be
reported upon at the next mcetr
ing of the council. There has
been some delay In making the report , the
informant claimedbecause of a consideration
of the subject and the absence from the city
of certain members of the council.
"What about the electric light bid I"
"Well , I don't think wo can afford to go to
the expense of the cleetrie light so long as wo
are indebted to the gas company. "
"What is the amount of the indebted
ness ! "
"It's ' the old sum , you know , about $47,000.
There was some higgling over it , but that
was because of lack of information. Someof
the coucilmon thought there was an ordinance-
regulating the price per lamp , but they finally
lound there was no such ordinance. The gas
company was given the alternative of going
into the courts , but it didn't want to sue the
city. It's been acting reasonably and fairand
making a number of concessions. "
"What are the concessions ! "
"Well , if you owed a grocer a bill for a
long time , you ought to pay him interest ,
oughtn't you I The courts would mane you ,
anvway. Well , the gas company are not
going to ask for interest , although by rights
it ought to be paid them. Then , there was u
discrepancy in the accounts of say about
S200. Well , the company has waived the
differences in favor of the city. Them was
also a matter of ? 700 , bused on the re
port of Gas Inspector Gilbert for frozen
lamps. That , also , the company seems
willing to allow. After this wo
arc going to arrangeit so that
the inspector and the superintendent of the
gas company will bo able to compare their
statements , so as to effectually pi event tbe
possibility of any misunderstanding of the
kind in the future. "
"What do you know about the proposition
of the Maumee company to furnish heating
and illuminating gas at a saving to consum
ers of from 35 to 5(1 ( per cent I"
"Tho proposition has been referred to our
committee , but 1 won't ' get It before Satur
day night. "
All druggists sell Jarvis medical
MR. IIEIMROIVS MATTER.
It Draws Out a Reply Prom Mayor
In reference to Mr. Heimrod's reply'to '
Mayor Broatch's letter asking him for information
mation bearing on the subject of contracts
Mayor Bioatch states that he is not n mum
bcr of the council ; that he cannot participate
in the proceedings thereof , and , in every re
spect is precisely upon the same footing as
Mr. Hcimrod himself , so far as his relations
with that body are concerned. "Mr. Ileim
rod has omitted one important fact , " said the
mayor , "which is , that I went to Councilman
Lee after the nomination had been disposal
of , and requested him to bring the mutter ii )
before the council , and give Air. Hcimrod r
hearing. The latter , nt that moment ;
was putting ou his coat in order to
leave the council chamber , and declined to dose
so , stating that ho should hand hiscommum
cation to mo. Mr. Heimrod stated at another
time that if I asked for the information in
his possession ho would give it to mo. This
in his letter of Wednesday , he has declined to
do. Now , It occurs to mo that Mr. Heimrod
has been remiss in his duty. Ho was an offi
cer acting under the mayor , and if he had
received information that the city was being
defrauded in any contracts , as a city official ,
and a member of the board of public works ,
it was plainly his duty to advise the mayor.
The mayor is not ubiquitous. Ho cannot bo
c"erywhcre , nor can ho have personal knowl
edge of evcr.vtl.ing which transpires in the
city. Ho must depend in a large degree upon
the oftlccrs who are serving under him.
Clearly , In my opinion , Mr. Heimrod has
failed in his duty. "
All druggists sell Jarvis brandy.
Found nt Ijnst.
At 7:30 : yesterday the body of Ed. Cal
kins , who fell from the new bridge some
weeks ago , rose to the surface near the foot
of Jones street , and was brought ashore by a
man named Jones. The body had evidently
become embedded in n sandbar , and had been
released by n change In the current. It was
very badly decomposed , so much so , that
after a brief survey the coroner's ' Jury
brought iu a verdict of accidental death , and
at once turned it over to the county.oy whom
it was buried in Forest Lawn. The friends
of the deceased at Hastings wcro at once no
tified , but it was impossible to hold the re
mains until their ai rival.
Poycko Bros , for Jarvis blackberry
J. 13. Yatcs , boot and shoe dealer in Louis
ville , m this state , is reported by Bradstcets'
as having assigned to the bank of that place ,
on n claim of Sl , . * > 00.
Miller Brothers , hardware dealers of Elba ,
have been closed on a mortgage of ) , SG7nnii
an attachment of $1,500.
OLD Boug , vuju liwuin A
This powder never varlci. A marvel of purl-
tystreiigthaml wholesamonci * . .Mure econom
ical than thuordtnary kind * , and cannot bu Hold
In competition with the multitude of low cost ,
Miort weight alum or pho > < pouto powder * . Sold
only In ciius. Hoyal linking I'owdor Co. , ISO
A\a\l&tieet \ , New York.
PUD'S HILL , Tsxn , Juno 10. 18R8 Th
Swift Speclflo Company. Atlanta. OR. Oen-
tlamen ; Ono of my children wa troubled
with rheumatism and boll * ( or about two
years. Wo eate tier rations kind * of meet-
tine , but without profit , ftnd began to dospalf
of curing hnr at an. I was pei juftde-d to tr
your Bwltt'a Specific. After she bad nsea
xerern bottles the diseases all il
Mid i ha Ii now a halo , hearty mid healthy
girl twclfo yi ar ou. Another child baj
Just bwomo afflicted iu th * mo way , and I
nm using the s. 8. S. and anticipate prompt
and permanent cure. N. 0. WAOOOXEQ.
RICH llru. Mo. July 7. IdOT-The Bwlfl
IpccUlo Co. , Atlanta , Oa Gentlemen : Our
llttto sir ! when but tlireo weeks old broke
cut with ecsema. We triad the proncfiptloni
from several ijood doctors , hut without nny
special beaellf , We triad S. B. 8. , nud by tht
time one butUo was gone her bead began to
h al. and by tbe time the had taken alz
bottles iio wai completely cured. Now sha
has > v full and heavy bead of hair arubust.
hearty cnlld. I foci It but my duty t tnake
tjls statement. Kcspectfully , 11. T. BHOBI.
CiUTTANOOai , TBXN , Juno ! ? . 163J-Ths
Bwlft Spsolflo Co. , Atlanta , OOjr-Hentlrmoa :
In I'iiW I contract ad blood polsuh , aud nt once
tougnf n physlolau , who treated ma for > HT.
raf months. Dy his advlco I went to Crab
Orchard Sflrlmja. Kjr. , whcro hU course of
treatment was carefully otxerted. I rtooT-
ered , at I Ibpdght , but th * next sprlnz pim
pled bejan to appear on my face at 1 body.
These frradually loorcajej to sorts and run
ning ulueri. I was ndilsoit to try 8. H. S , and
Immediately nf tor taking It I oummvncedto
lmpro\e , iilowly at flrat , but raoro rapidly
afterwards , and aoctt notbliur remained to
toll of my trouble. My blood Is now thor
oughly cleansed , * lxl my sjstem free from
taint , and I owe soy present condition a
perfect cure to y4utmi 1Ielno. I cheerfully
giro this stAtement ibat others who ha\
ifferod as I h T sn y reap the name benefit.
1UHDT M. IWjiT , 21 Wen NMnth St.
noMEB , Li. , MayfiVJS83 The Swift Sprclflo
Co , Atlanta , Oa. Qentlemtm i About two
yeara ago my general health tare way en
tirely. I was so doltllluteii that I almost
de naU-od of eTerifeellim well aialn. All
that the phytlclanM'mo for me brought na
permanent relief. ' KrlendJ Insisted font I
ihould give 8. M. , BJW fair trial , although I
thought It would IxiUhrowlng away money.
After taking a tluosjugh counn , tny health
nil stronsth returned , and I must say that
B. B. S. alune cun-dtme , as I dlncarded all
otheri while using Id As a tonic I can most
heartily recommend It t for general debility ,
It certainly la a ipealao. W. F. UniDOiu , J. P.
Hoxtn LA. I knmr Kr. W. F. Bridges , and
will say that his ulatomeut Is correct.
Jq * VlI SutLTOif , Drueflst.
Treatise on Bloo4 and Skin Dlseaees mailed
rreo. TIIE Bwirr i cil'io Co. , Drawer %
She Tried and Knows.
A leading chemist of New York
says : " No plasters ofuich merit as
before been produced. " They are
n novelty because they are not made
simply to sell cheap , they .ire the
b < < t that science , skill and money
produce , and will do what 11
claimed for them. For sprain * ,
nchetf , weivkntts , lameness , etc. ,
they are uneqtmled.
M Fulton fit .Raniltitty.O .Nor.21 ' 87. '
The Atblouhorou I'lafter acted Ilka
moKlc. It IB the tnl I u\cr tmd nnd I
h.ivo lined many kinds. Our ilniKKlst
tnld " ( iluiterH arrall alxmt the name" but
I don't think wi now. I tpralmd my aim
ami flumlder In July , audit haa IK en
paluful Bincc , but It ( loon not pain mo at
all now. Mm. WILUS JUoiu.
C Eencl 0 cents for the l > oftutlnil colored pic
ture , "Mooriish Maiden. "
THE ATHLOPHOHOS CO. 113 Wall St. HY.
If thoyaro wpakdellcate looking nnd troubled
withu 01 ni8. Halm's Chocolate Worm Lozenges
is what they need. I'rico-'jc. All druggists.
IT W1M. PAY YOU
jTo examine our present
'stock ' of MENS' UNDEK-
WEAl ? , comprising alL
grades at fair prices. Stand
Lard goods and superior' '
qualities in the well-known
makes the Vicuna
, Holroyd , ,
DYSPEPSIA , SICK HEADACHE ,
Not only relieved like by most medicines , but
cniod permanently with llnhn'a ( iol < len Dyspep
sia Cure. PrJco fiOc a box. .A 11 druggists ,
. . . ,
One of the Most Successful
In the treatment of DEBASES of the TIIBOAT ,
LUHdf , llKAHT , I.IVKII , KlD.VF.VH , KYK And lUlt.
Diseases of tliu llit.uN and NKHVOUS HVSTKH ,
ii'ii.Ei'SV ; and NKHVOUS CXUAUSTION. ASTHMA
and OAVAUKII , QIIAVKL. Diseases of the UI.AI > -
Dbit uiul HKCTU.M , alt Disorders ot the. tjtxim.
Acure'miAiUNTKKDln all cases of 1'itivATB
Ills CUIIKS are iiBiiAnKAiii.r. and PEIIMANKNT.
The most ouvriNATK CAbKfl viELUiNQ rapidly
under hlM form of treatment.
The doctor's theory It that no disease should
be rfRnrded ns Incurixble until the dUenued
01 can Is destroyed faster than It can bo repalicd.
From Ills years of experience In IloriPiTAi , and
1'iUVATH PHACTICK , the doctor Is classed among
the LEAIHNO SI-KCIAMSTH.
Treatment by correspondence. Send stamp
Qfffce--Bu8hman Block , 16th and
DouBa ) Sts. , Omahai eb ,
OUR NEW ADDITION
IB being rapidly pushed to completion and wo hope to open the same by the ISthinst.
. The changes and improvements which wo are also making in the old store extend to
every lloor and department. Wo propose to have not only the largest , but also the beat
arranged and best lighted Clothing Establishment.
Wo have to apologize to our patrons for the present condition of our store , but it
is unavoidable ; are not only crowded with goods but crowded with buyers at all
times , and customers may find it a little inconvenient but they will find themselves
amply repai d by the low prices wo are making throughout our entire stock and the
many bargains we are offering.
Our stock of Overcoats is enormous and the change in the weather has created
quite a demand for them. We have everything imaginable , or at least desirable , and
among our stock will bo found many lots which are marked in price far below their in
The Mons' Suit stock is the heaviest ever shown and its variety warrants the as
sertion that whoever buys a Winter Suit without at least looking here , fails to consult
his own interest. There is not an establishment in the west that oilers the selection or
names the prices wo do.
Boys and Children are as amply provided for we still have some of the special
bargain Knee Pant Suits at $2.50 a suit , which would be cheap at $5.00. We want every
mother to look at this suit. In long Pant Suits and Boys' and hildren' s Overcoats wo
offer great inducements.
Underwear you can buy of us at lower prices than the regular retailers pay for
Gloves , Hosiery , Neckwear and all other Mons' furnishings at lowest possible
Hats are almost given away , at least you would think so if you look at the con
stant rush in our Hat Department. The quantities we handle of these goods , and the
way we buy them puts all competition out of the question.
COOTIE Zap iccs cnxTJLTSsr.
Nebraska Clothing Company
Cor. i4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
| The Burlington takes the lead.
It was in advance of all lines in developing Nebraska.
It was in advance of all lines in establishing dining-car
service between Missouri river points and Chicago.
1 * < fc > -
It was in advance of all lines in giving the people off
Omaha and the West a fast mail service.
It was in advance of all lines in running its trains from
the East into Omaha proper.
It was in advance of all lines in reducing the time of
passenger trains between Omaha and Chicago.
It was in advance , and is the only line by which you can
feave Omaha in the morning and arrive in Denver th
evening of the same day.
It has been progressive in the past.
It will lead in the future.
Travel and ship via the Burlington.
Ticket Office , 1223 Farnam Street. Telephone 250.
Depot on Tenth Street.
GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1878.
_ Warranted nlitoltitrlu jxire
Cocoa , from wlilcli the eiccfs of
Oil lias been removed. JthasrArM
limtt the ilrenyltt of Cocoa mixed
wjth Starch , Arronroot or Sugar ,
and U therefore la inoia economi
cal , eottmy lui than one etnt a
cup. It Is delicious , nourishing ,
strengthening , easily digested , and
admirably adzjtcd for Imalld * ns
well as for persons lu health.
Bold tij ( IrorerH yurjnhere.
W , BAKER & CO , Dorchester , Mass ,
Kemarttable for powerful rmpt >
jEettc tone , pllabla action and SLD-
ome | durability. 3uy ears' recer * .
SB bast guarantee ot th ic -
lonce of tneso Instrument * .
nil Q tin elventmlm
sal satisfaction In tbe
cure of Ooncrrhtca and
Gleet. I prescribe. Hani )
f celeaf e In recommend-
Ins ; It to all sufferers.
i. J. STONTB , M.D. ,
1 Dcctiur , III.
rnicn , oi.co.
Tri field by
aules , Severest rases cured In seven dais , hold
JI.60 tier box , all drucKlstfl. or by mall from Do-
cuta Mfg. Co. , 112 White tit. , N. Y. Full Directions.
Ixjitvir"1 ! ' , . -
ln ttH Heelln tnd Fontlloptl dlwr.
dtn enrfd uithoul Ktomub M idle lull.
Hewarc of Fraud , as my name and the price are
stamped on the bottom ot all my advertised rhora
before leaving the factory , which protect the wrarrra
agilnsl high prices and Inferior ooils. If n dialer
oircrs W. I. . Poncli'n sliH' at a rtdurnl price , or
ears he has them without my namr and price claibpul
on the bottom , put him dowu an a fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE * GENTLEMEN.
The only calf S3 SEAM1VE88 fihof smooth In
side. NO TACKS or WAX TlIItEAII to hurt
the feet. e r > i h ndi' rKt and tVII.I. NOT KII * .
W. I , . IlOUnLAS hllOK. the original and
onlr hand-sewed welt (4 shoe. Equals custom-made
Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all wear tliein.
htuooth Inildo asa Hand-Sewed fchoe. Mo Tackier
IIK Is the best In the world for rough wear ;
p .cuif."tioueJA1Saa5y ! ! fioE ron neTS t.
the Iwst School Bhoe In the world.
W. I. . IJOUOI.AH 81.75 YOUTH'S Bcliool
Shoe Klf e > the small Eoy a chauce to wear the test
ehors In the world. . , . . . . .
All made In Congress , Button and Lace. K cot told
by your dealer , write
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton , Mass.
For Sale by Kclloy , Stipcr Ss Co. ;
Geo. , S , Miller , 012 North Kith street , .
O Wl AH A
MEDICAL I SUR6ICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Gor. 13th A Dodge Sta.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUtSES.
Best facilities , apinritus and rrmcdlcs for mil.
r sful treatment ofcTcry form of dii-caic rcqulrt
ing Medical or bureical Treatment. /
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS. '
noard and attendance ; but hospital accommo
datloni in tbe west
WRITE ou CimcrLAUR on Dtformilks and
nraces , Truuei , Club Feet , Curvature of thti
Olaaoiea of Women a Specialty. (
BOOK o DiiiAEs * or WOKIK FniC.
ONLY EILIABLE MIDIOAL I1I3IITU1Q
AXINO A enciii.TT or
All nlood Diieaiti successfully treated. Syph
ilitic Poison remoTed from tbe y tem without
mercury. New restoratUc treatment for lots ol
Vital rower. 1'crioni unable to visit us may ha
treated at home by correspondence , All couirou *
nicationi confidential , Medicineor Instrument *
scut by mail or express , securely packed , no
marks to Indicate contents or tender. One per
sonal interview preferred. Call and consult ut or
send history of your cast , aaU we will tend iu
plain wrapper , our /
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon FrUate , Special or Nerrous Dlseatef , Im *
tttency , Syphilis. Gleet and Varlcocele , witU
Ipt'tlou jut. Address
Omaha JfriKcal and iurgteal Initltutttt
DR. McMENAMY ,
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