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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27 , 1888.
The internal revenue collections yes
terday amounted to $3,980.10.
Some party unknown drove off with
A. J. Simpson's horbo and buggy yes
Deputy Sheriff Louis Grebe has gone
to KnnKns City for young Woodward ,
the thieving bell boy from the Millard.
T. C. Compton , chief engineer at the
Carter White Lead works , had a finger
nearly torn off in the machinery Thurs
The grading of Farnam street , from
Thirty-seventh west to the city limits ,
has finally been completed after nearly
a year's work.
Rev. W. E. Copeland , pastor of Unity
church , will tender his resignation at
the Sunday morning services to accept
n call to Washington territory.
A complaint was issued from the po
lice court yesterday for Pat Weber. It
charges that Weber stole a silver watch ,
value'd at $ iM , from Fred Peterson.
T. K. Elliott , of Ksscx , la. , and Miss
Lillian Ralston , of Lennox , la. , wore
married in the Merchants' hotel Thurs
day evening by Hcv. John Willianibon.
Ofllcor Hngoy has tendered his resig
nation BO that ho may have investi
gated the treatment he claims to have
received from Sergeants Mostyn and
Councilman Kaspnr was painfully but
not dangerously hurt yesterday morn
ing by being thrown from his buggy on
South Thirteenth street. Mr. Kaspar
was removed to his home.
A Scandanavian republican mass
meeting will bo held this evening in
Green's hall , 1415 Farnam street.
Major Stccn , Gustavo Andrccn and
others will addrcbs the meeting.
The cane of William Hoffman , charged
with selling liquor at the Turf and
Field saloon , on Thirteenth street ,
north of the Millard hotel , without a
license , was continued to this afternoon.
Miss Amanda Johnson severed the
palm artery of her left wrist while
handling a sharp knife Thursday , and
almost bled to death before the surgeons
succeeded in gathering the artery. She
is the daughter of Charles Johnson , of
2422 Pierce street.
The members of the Omaha Republi
can club are requested to meet at their
headquarters to-morrow evening at 0
o'clock p. in. , sharp , to got ready to go
to Papiilion to participate in the grand
rally. Also a special call for Monday
night at 7 o'clock , sharp.
The case of the state against Ernest
Myers , who was arrebted several days
ago charged with belling liquor without
n license , was dismissed in the police
court yesterday. The cabo was com
promised , and Winstanlcy , the plaintilT ,
withdrew his charge. It was stated
that Stoiv. & Her were interested finan
cially in the case , but they btatp that
they have only been interested in put
ting Myers in possession of his rights.
J. W. Smith , of Callaway , is at Millard.
II. E. Mcscrvcy , of 131air , is nt the Barker'
A. It. Talbot , of Lincoln , is at the Paxton.
A. B. Will's ' , of Lincoln , is at the Murray.
John li. Jones , of Aurora , is at the Pax-
F. M. Gllmorc , of Fullerton , is at the Mil
J. W. Smith , of Plum Creek , is at the Mil
J. II. Williams , of Glenwood , is at the Mil
J. S. Barnes , of Weeping Water , is at the
Dawson Collins , of Nebraska City , is at
J. F. Allen and wife , of Fremont , are at
E. P. Root and wife , of Beatrice , are at
the Paxton ,
George Wedgowood and wife , of Lincoln ,
ore at flic Millard.
J. Leonard , of Boston , well-known bcforo
the footlights , is a guest of Ed. Rothcry of
Dr. JolTeris' remedy cures every case
of diphtheria. No physician required.
Needed on Thirteenth Street.
"I saw THE Bnc raking up the sidewalk
Inspector about the state of Twenty-Second
street. " said a south side resident "und when
ho gets time , ho might devote on ho ur to
Thirteenth between Dorcas and Centre
streets. There it is not only impassib lo in
muddy weather , but dangerous at all times.
The sidewalk has been lorn up and sections
Of it remain off which the unwary pedes
trian often falls and endangers his neck. "
All fine Liquor Stores sell Jarvis' best.
A New Lutheran Church.
The newly organized Lutheran Church so
ciety has commenced the erection of a tem
porary frame building on Twenty-sixth
street between Popploton and Woohvorth
avenues. The structure will bo completed
in a couple of weeks , after which religious
services will be held in it every Sunday ,
under the leadership of the younger Hey.
Mr. Kuhns. Next spring a permanent
church , costing probably $10,000 will bo
erected. The lots upon which the proposed
edlflco will rest have been donated by the
Bhull brothers. _
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL AI3IETINE OINTMENT
In only put up in large two ounce 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 ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT-
MEriT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 25
cents per box by mail ! iO cents.
A Peculiar Revenge.
John Hamburg was arrested Thursday OB
a capias issued by Judge Donne and taken to
Barpy county for trial. Hamburg stabbed a
man nearly a .vcar ago , but the Injuries ,
though severe , were not fatal. Hamburg
was tried before Judge Groft and convicted ,
but was granted a new trial nud allowed to
go free on his own recognizance. The victim
of his assault recovered in duo time , and by
one of the quirks in human affairs persuaded
Hamburg' ) ) wlfo to elope with him. Ham
burg was found at his homo , but when ar
raigned at Papiilion the piosecutim ; witness
failed to appear and the prisoner was dis
To err is human , but you make no
mistake if jou use Dr. Jones'Rod Clover
Tonic for dyspepsia , costiveness , bad
breath , pilespimples , ague and malaria ,
poor appetite , low spirits , or diseases of
the kidneys , stomach and liver. 60
cents. Goodman Drug company.
Dill's Camp Superintendent.
i , Hilly McCuno , who has been ono of Buffalo
Dill's right hand men from the inception of
1 the Wild West and the camp superintendent
of the show , returned yesterday after an
absence of two years with the show. They
' Boent thirteen mouths in London and on ono
occasion showed to 80.030 people. Since
their return the show played ten weeks on
Btaton Island ; live In Phlladclphla.ono week
in Washington , ono In Baltimore and three
In Ilichmond , Va. Mr. McCune says that
1)111 has coined money and that ho will bo
hero about the first of next week. Ho is now
. lnNow | York with Nate Salisbury making
arrangements for his trip to Paris. , Mr. Me-
Uuno retains his old time vigor and has had
much pleasure in meeting raii < * of his old
The oppressed subjects of European gov
ernments turn to th1. . country for free homes ,
frco laws , und for the free use of Salvation
Oil for their pains.
- It is the slight cold frequently contracted
that iinully undermiaes the system. Use Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup in the beginning stages ,
and bo cured. '
A Dog In the OAIC.
James Fox , who resides near Eighth and
days ago n | xddJer appeared on the premises
and the dog bit htm. Mr. rex sent the dog
to the police station , but Inspector Goldsmith
had not the heart to shoot him. While Gold
smith's tender heaitcdncsi ) was controlling
him the doi ; escaped through the open door
and made Its way back to 1 ox's house. An
ofllccr went attcr him and was given the
laugh and Informed that the dog had been
sent out to buy a beefsteak. After a lengthy
argument on both sides his honor decided
that the dog was vicious and lined its owner
M and costi.
To the young fnco I'ozzonl's Complex
ion Powder gives fresher chnrms , to the
old renewed youth. Try it.
At an early hour yesterday morning U. J.
Clute , n telegraph operator , passed to the
unknown at his residence on Miami near
Thlrty-flrststrcet. There Is a rumor i.float to
the effect that death resulted from n dose of
morphine administered by his own hand with
suicidal Intent. On the other.hand his asso
ciates assert , that while death might have
resulted from an overdose of morphine , It
Is quite Improbable that It was an Inten
tional act on the p.ut of Clutc. Tor some
time back he had been allllctcd with asthma
and was accustomed to use morphine as a
cure and pieventativo. Ho has resided In
Omaha about ten years , and leaves a widow
and child to mourn his dc.ith. Coroner
Drcxcl will look Into the matter to day ,
Jnrvis11877 Brandypurestsafest & best.
CarjictH , Furniture and Draperies.
A line assortment of now poods.
GIIAS. SHIVKUICK ,
Nos. 1200,1208 and 111U ! Furmuu st.
Mr. W. P. Hudson , formerly with S.
L. Andrews & Co. ,
Mr. JuliuH A. Hanson , formerly with
S. L. Andrews & Co. ,
Mr. C. O. Kinohard , formerly man
ager N. Y. & O. Clothing Co. ,
Mr. C. F. Shiromun , formerly with M.
Mr. W. V. Irwin , formerly with S. L.
Andrews & Co. ,
Mr. H. Woodward , formerly with S.
L. Andrews & Co. ,
Mr. C. I. Cleveland ,
Mr. A. K. Nuckolls ,
Mr. E. A. Ciinfleld ,
Beg to inform their friends and the
public that they are connected with
the house of
BROWNING , KING & CO. ,
S. W. cor. 15th anil Dout'lasstreets.
Wo have a now and complete block
andean supply every want of our cus
A HOME LADUL.
The Now Move nt * the Cigarmnkcrs
for Ijocnl PatromiKr.
The new label adopted by the cignrmakers
Is about four inches In length , with u circle
and shield at each end connected with a b.ir ;
in color , red ground with gilt lettering. The
center , or bar , roads : "Patronize Homo
Industry ; Cigars Contained in This Hot
Made by Union Labor Only ; Hegistered. "
The left shield reads : "Cigar Manufactur
ers of Omaha ; S. Jorgensen , President ; ' "
the right , "Endorsed by the Union Cigar-
makers of Omaha. "
To prove that there is a demand for some
such action on their part , a member of the
union has furnished the following statistics :
In Now York city over thirty thousand
people live from cigar making alone , say
nothing of the other thousands who Hvo by
the sale of cigars. In Chicago over llftccn
thousand live by the same industry , and a
like number iu St. Louis. They not only
manufacture the amount consumed at home ,
but are exporters of thcso goods on an exten
sive scale. Omaha , with a population ono-
fourth of St. Louis and one-fifth of Chicago ,
has only the meagre number of eighty-live
cigarmakcrs , and less than three hundred of
the population depend upon their labor. As
It Is an Importing city , and the cost of raw
materials is not appreciably greater than in
other cities , good cigars ( except inferior Chi
nese and tenemcnt-houso work ) can bo made
just as cheap hero as clscwhcre.and with lib
eral homo patronage , Omaha should bo n
seller instead of a buyer of thcso manufac
A careful estimate shows that
about twenty-five million cigars
are annually bought nt retail in Omaha ,
while less than 5,000,000 of that number are
made here , the other 'J0,00t,000 ) being im
ported. Why should this bo sol It is not
that wav in St. Louis or Chicago , which cit
ies not only innko what they consume , but
ship away vastly more then are used at home ,
and thus keep such largo numbers of their
citizens profitably employed. Were wo to
make only as many as arc consumed in
Omaha , wo would then necessarily have 500
clgarmakors and over 1,200 pcoplo living from
that single Industry , as cigarmakers are gen
erally men of families with settled locations.
It is homo patronage alone that can build
them up in Omaha ; for the want of it in the
past , many business wrecks have told the
story ; with It in the future , a new era of
metropolitan thrift is assured.
The union is making an earnest appeal to
the jobbers , retailers and consumers of the
city to second their efforts to build ui > this
industry and express a hope that cigars bear
ing their label may be given the preference.
Advice to Motlic rg.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al
ways bo used/or children teething. Itsoothcs
the child , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
cures wind colic , arfll is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. USc'a bottle.
In Iron Juggernaut.
John Lynch , at one time a moulder In the
Union Pacific shops , was run over and killed
by engine 1150 yesterday morning at 0:20. : He
was out of employment and latterly has been
picking up a precarious living by dolnfi
chores around saloons in the southern part
of the city. A week auo ho showed symp
toms of delirium trcmens , and Thursday night
they became nioro pronounced , as ho was un
der the Impression that ho was being pursued
by burglars. Ho got up at f > o'clock in tin
morning for the purpose of getting a drinlt.
which was the lust known of his where
abouts until his remains wcro picked ui > in
the yard. The engineer In charge of the
locomotive states that ho first noticed him
between the tracks apparently waiting to
board the engine , but when it approached
within live feet of him , ho deliberately throw
himself down in front of it. und was cut to
pieces. In accordance with the testimony
the coroner's Jury returned a verdict that
"tho deceased came to his death by belnu
run over by a Union Pacillc engine , beneath
which ho had thrown himself with suicidal
intent. " The engine which ran over him is
the sanio ono on which , a few nights ago ,
Michaul McNernoy was working when lu
was crushed to death. His parents live ii :
Grand Uapids , Mich. , and have been notified
by Coroner Drexel.
Wm. Black , Ahingdon , Iowa , was
cured of cancer of the eye by Dr. Jones
Rod Clover Tonic , which cures all blood
disorders and diseases of the stomach ,
liver and kidneys. The best tonic anil
appetizer known. 50 cents , Goodman
Toys for Poor Children.
Rev. W. J. Harsha , in an address to chil
dren , says ;
As promised last year , I shall bo ready at
Christmas tlmo to distribute any gifts ol
toys to the poor children of our city. It is , I
thinka very nice and generous thing for you
who arc favored to remember those to whom
Santa Clous would otherwise bring no gifts.
Hence , I a k you to save up some nickels bo
twccn now and Christmas to buy presents
with. If you cannot take the toys to the
poor children themselves , sand them to me
and I will see that they are well distributed
on Christmas morning. You may alsp oend
me any dolls or toys you are tired of playlnt
with. ' In this way you can make many chll
dren happy , who , otherwise , would have s
doleful Christmas. I hope not a single child
face will bo without smiles that day.
druggists toll Jaryia1 , 'Weu'icul
* " > * u
Mil. Kl.MIiAIjIj TALKS *
Brldgo Tolls , I'nssotiKer AKCIHS null
Mr. Motiron'N lleslunntlon.
"Wllltho Union Pacific mnko any reduc
tion In rates across the river , to meet the low
rates offered by the now bridge ! " was nulled
Osncral Manager Klmlult jostcrdnv.
"Well. I haven't ' hnd time to get down to
Unit slnco I cumo back , " ho replied , "Tho
mutter will be conslduicd , and , no doubt , the
company will do what will best servo the in-
tercsts or the public and itself. "
"It has been rumored that the
company would prevent the 5-cent
rate promised to the people of
Council Hluffa when they granted a bonus to
the bridge Is It going to , and win It do so *
"I have never heard an.\tfilng about It , but
It Is not in the power of the company to do
anything of the kind. They have no control
over the new bridge. "
"Is It true that the Union Pacific owns
stock In Itl"
"No ; the Union Pacific have not a cent In
it , and they never have had. It Is true that
some friends of the company are Interested
In the bridge , but so far as the Union Puclllc
Is concerned , It has nothine to dovlth it. "
It has been rumored that the company
will return to the old order of things and
keep the freight and passenger business en
tirely separate. Is that true I"
"That matter is now under consideration ,
and In it wo will entirely be guided by elr-
cumstnncjs. Wlieio wo have a man fully
competent to take chai go of both branches
of the business at a given point , no change
is necessary , and none will bo
made , but when experience shown that the
business is of such a volume that it is asking
too much from one man to handle it pioperly
we will certainly put in a second. We will
be guided entirely by the amount of business
required to bo done , and if the Interests of
the company require a division of the business
It will uo divided. "
November 1 , Horace O. LJurt will become
general manager of the Fremont , Elkhorn &
Missouri Valley railroad in the place of W.
F. Fitch , who has resigned to accept a more
lucrative position under President Van
Horn , of the Canadian Pacific railway. Mr.
Hurt has a largo experience in railroading ,
and is at present chief engineer of the
Northwestern , with headquarters at Chi
cago. Omaha loses ono of its best citizen-
the removal of Mr. Fitch , as during his
stay hero ho has constantly identified him
self with its best interests. For the past
eighteen years ho has been in the employ of
the Northwestern , and In that time has risen
by his own ability from a clerkship to his
present prominent position. When ho de
parts ho will leave behind many w.irm
friends that ho lias uuido by his kind and
courteous treatment of all with whom ho
came in contact.
Theio will bo no change in the
oflico of gener.il freight agent
of the Union Pacillc. A rumor having
been started to that effect , it
was run down and the facts
of the case learned as follows : Air. J. A.
Monroe , the present general freight agent
has been feeling unwell for some time , and
thought that ho would best servo the in
terests of the comp my by rcsigningand tak
ing a much needed rest. Ho accordingly
tendered his resignation , but upon the urircnt
request of those In authority , withdrew it
and in the future things will run along as be
fore. The refusal of the company to accept
his resignation , is all.itteunir testimonial to
Mr. Monroe's ability and worth.
C. 13. Rogers , assistant superintendent of
the Omaha , Republican Valley , Atchison As
Nebraska road , is in town.
D. E. Thompson , division superintendent
of the 13. & M. , and his assistant , 13. Uignoll ,
are in the city.
There was another rush of passengers on
the Union Pacific Tuesday night , and two car
loads of Italians were held over until yes
terday. The 11. & M. also had an extra
coach and sleeper.
"There is no possibility of any fast trains
being put on through business until after
January , " said one Union Pacific ofUci.il yes-
terdoy , "and I don't ' know that there will
bo then. 13ut there's lots of time to uiako
now arrangements before that date. The
agreement entered Into by the Iowa roads
won't expire until January 11 , and nothing
can bo dona until then. "
Vice President Holcomb is still at his homo
in Portland , Ore. , and has not yet communi
cated with headquarters.
Where LIOJJ Cnlilns Flourish.
A party of American gentlemen , who
had boon camping out on an island in
the great Lake Niph > sing , Camilla , last
summer , weru returning in a bail-boat
and were yet bovon miles from port
when the sun wont down , and with it
the sailing brcczo.
A dibcournging situation , truly.
"Novor mind , J can row you there in
side of two hours , " said the guide who
had charge of the party , as their mur
"Why , man , it is seven miles , there
are four of us in this heavy boat it's a
big job you undertake , " said ono.
"No matter , I have done the likes
before and can do it again , " cheerily
replied the broad-shouldered Irishman ,
as ho stowed away the hail and bent to
the oars. He was a splendid oarsman ,
and the boat was soon under headway
"What would I not give to enjoy your
health and strength , " remarked the
' Yea , I am pretty healthy , and though
I am past sixty I feel as strong as ever , "
replied the guide. "But only three years
ago I stood at death's door , and I tiovor
thought to pull an oar again. You see , I
was in the woods all winter , logging ,
and I got into the water ono day and
caught cold. It settled on my lungt
and I had a bad couch which hung on
till I ran down almost to a skeleton. "
'Call in a physician ? "
"Yes , I wont twenty miles through
the brush to see a doctor ; ho gave me
homo medicine , but it didn't help me
'How was the euro olloclod ? "
"An old Scotch lady , who had come
over from the states , gave mo a prepa
ration of balsams and herbs , which she
baid the early settlers in America
used , and it boon stopped my cough and
put mo on my feet again. "
Ono has but to travel along the fron
tier to learn how easy it is to uot along
without doctors , and how olTcetivo are
the natural remedies which the old
grandmothers know how to prepare.
They often cure whore the best physi
Every mother of a family knows how
coughs and colds are quickly and radi
cally cured with syrups and teas made
from balsams and herbs which "grand
mother taught us how to make. "
Warner's Log Cabin cough and con
sumption remedy was , after long inves
tigation into the merits and comparison
with other old time preparations , se
lected from them because proved to be
the very best of them all. It has
brought back the roses to many a pallit ;
cheek there is no known remedy its
equal * w a cure for coughs und colds.
The Department Summoned.
The explosion of a gasoline stove in tin
residence of Henry Hacgca. on Howari
street near Fifteenth , called out the flro department
partment shortly after 5 o'clock yesterdaj
afternoon. No injury or damage resulted
The department was also called out on a still
alarm to Cuming near Twenty-fifth street
shortly afterward , where a pile of rubbist
was burning adjacent to a residence occupiei
by F. Nash. The blaze was extinguis > hot !
without loss. _
Cleveland fa Uarnson agree on ono
point , that the boat out is Jarvla' old
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
When Baby was lick , we gava her Cutorla.
When she was a Child , she cried for Castor ! * ,
When aha became Miss , the clung to GejtorU ,
TTif o abe had Cbildrea , aUe gare Uienj Criteria.
The bar committee , nt Its meeting yester
day , recommended Ibo following Individual B
for admission asincnibcra of the bar in other
John Q. Hurgucr , AVllllam J. Clair , C. .1.
OreoijoV. . A. Corwn-atul G. II. Place. The
above will meet the chairman of the commit-
tco nt the district court this morning wticn
their admission will' bo moved. The next
meeting of the committee will IMS held In the
court house Friday , November 0 , at - o'clock
In the afternoon.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purl-
Ualtlmntlwordliwry KlmH and cannot bo sold
in competition with the multitude of low cost ,
tlmrt weight alum or phnspoata powders. Sola
only in c iw. Uoy.il fluking 1'omlor Co. , I'M
Wall street. New York.
Beware of Fraud , as my name and the price are
rtampeil on the bottom of all my advcrtUcd flioes
before leaving the factory , which protect the wearers
apalnst lilph rnlcc-t and Inferior goods. If a dnlcr
oilers W. Li. Dancing f I iocs at a reduced price , or
fay lie II.T ) them without in ) name and price elaiiiped
on the bottom , put him donu as a fraud.
. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE. GENTLEMEN. FOR
The only calf 83 SUAMI.KSS Pimp smooth in-
* lde. NO TACKS or WAX TIIICUAII to hurt
the feet , c \ is hand-ecw d and "XVI I.I , NOT HIP.
W. I , . DOUGLAS SIIOI ! , the original and
only hand-sowed wtlt * thoc. Equals custom-made
hoes costing from (6 to (9.
IV. I. . DOUGLASB3.60 I'OMCK SHOE.
Railroad Men nud Letter Carrlcis ail wear them.
Rmnoth Inside R3 a Ilrad-Scntd blioe. No 'lacksor
Wax Thread to hurt the-fect.
W. L. DOUGLAS H2.50 SHOE Is unexcelled
tor IICTTV wear. Host Calf Shoe for the price. , *
' \\V. fc. DOUGLAS Sa.85 WOItlUNGHTAN'S
SIIOI3 Is the beet In the world for rough wear ; oca
pair ought to ear a man a J cir.
W. L. D01HJLAH 98 SIIOK FOn BOYS 13
the ticst School Mine In the world.
W. L. DOUGLAS S1.75 YOUTH'S School
Shoo Rlvta the unall Bojs u chuucc to wear the beet
shoes lu the world.
All ni.nlo In Confrrcss , Button and Lace. If not cold
by your dealer , write
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton , Mass.
For Sale by Kclloy , Stigor & Co. ;
Gco. S. Miller , 012 North Kith street.
If they iuo weak.ilollcoto looking and troubled
witlrnoun-s. Halm's Chocolate Worm Lozenges
Is what they need. Price 25c. All druggists.
IT WILL I AY YOU
To examine our present
stock of HENS' UNDER
WEAR , comprising all
'grades ' at fair prices. Stand
ard goods and superior
[ qualities in the well-known
makes , the Holroyd , Vicuna ,
Natural Wool &c.
I'uhllc frali ) of Imported
draft btulllons and I rot-
tfiiu stock at Yotk , Nib
Nov.liT , 18N < , commen
cing tit Ur.'il ) a m ,
We w 111 oiler onr entire
Mock of horses , about
: iu In number. : > for-
clieroni , 1 Clydesdale ,
It-hire , 1 French Cana
dian , Kuveral griulo
draft and ono trotting htalllon The Imlanco
roDslntHof trotting bred mares , fillies and drlv-
iUK hordes ,
THUMB : Ono years tlmo , good bankable paper
required. 5 per cent discount for cusli. SAIJJ
F. M. WOODS. Auctioneer.
DYSPEPSIA , SICK HEADACHE ,
Not only relieved llko "by most medicines , but
cured permanently with Hahn's ( Jolden Djspci ) .
sla Cure. 1'rlce MJc a box.
, , , ,
Ono of the Most Successful
In the Treatment of all Chronic or the
So-called Incurable Diseases.
A euro Guaranteed In all casei of P1UVATB
and BK1N JMSUA8K3 , All disorders of the
SKXUALi OUHANS Cured and MANHOOD and
KNKltUV HKSTOHKI ) .
Under the Doctor'n form of treatment no dls
ease la considered Incurable , until the parts of
the body affected by dlsenso are destroyed
taster than they can be repaired or built up.
CONSULTATION FHKB ,
Treatment by correspondence , . Send stamp
for reply. ,
Office Bualimart Block , 16th and
DoUiclas ats. , Omalui , Not ? . .
Commences our grand saie , and as Overcoats nave the call in clothing
just now we begin with them and place on our counters to-day and
for the coming week a stock of Overcoats new and fresh from the
manufacturer and of this season's make.
Without boasting we will simply state that this is the
greatest effort we ever made to show you what we can do.
The goods we offer are worth not only double , but some of
them positively three times the amount we ask for them.
They are on exhibition in our window , marked in rclain figures and
any Overcoat in our window that is marked , can positively be had in
our store in any size from 33 up to 42. The finest of these Overcoats
we can not do justice in this advertisement. You must see the gar
ments examine the rich silk and satin linings , see how they are made
and try one on to appreciate the value we are offering this week.
Have you ever seen an elegant Satin Lined Overcoat for $7.75 ?
We offer you one now. "We do not boast of the satin lining alone but
we offer you a good Coat which will give you perfect satisfaction in.
wear. It is made of good Blue Chinchilla , lined throughout up to the
button hole with quilted satin fine satin sleeve lining , corded edge
and plush pockets. Other houses would ask $30 for such a garment.
Our price is $7.75.
We offer a line of elegant heavy weight Kerseys and Costor Beavers at $8 , These a re of
beautiful mixed shades , lined with fine silk serge , satin sleeve lining , sillc velvet collars and
admirably made. The real valve for this coat is $18 ; our price $8.
A third line which we marked $ iO contains some very fine montagucs and chinchillas , in
blue and Oxford. These are lined throughout with very fine satin , a beautiful and showy
garment , which could not be bought ordinariiy for less than $25.
We cannot mention one-tenth of the bargains we offer. The stock
contains a line of garments which in richness of material and quality
of workmanship , have not been shown in Omaha before , and we give a
positive guarantee that every garment is offered for less than half its
Plain Figures and One Price.
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.
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It was in advance of all lines in giving the people of
Omaha and the West a fast mail service.
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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 the
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.
"Hr a thorough knowledge of the natural Iswi
wlilil. iinveru the operation ! of tllgeitlon ana nutri
tion , ana. by a careful application urtbuflnu proper-
tin of well-telotteil Coco * . Mr. Kppn hai provldeil our
breukfum table with n delicately IIHTorodl ; ver i [
which innrmio 111 rnany IHIITJ doctor' bllli. Itls
brthe Judlclout une of uch articles of UffttbHta
connlllutlon mur bo itntduullr built up until itronn
enough to rcilu ercrr tendencr to dliexe. Hun *
dredi of lublle mulnllci are tloutlnn around in ready
to attack wherevBr Ihcra l > a weak point , \\emar
eicaoe many a fatal haft br keeplnv ounclte § well
( orlin d with pure blood and a propcrlr nourlihcU
} r -ClillcrTice < i ielto.
Mad. loiDlr with bollln * water or milk. BolJonlr
ID half puumftliw Or ir . ! < K - ' lal l d thuii
To Glasgow , liolfust , Dublin and Liverpool
From New York Every Tuesdav ,
Cabin passage tVi and IM , according to location
ot stata loom. Excursion tuo to tW.
Steerage to and from Kuropo ut Ixmeat Hutes.
AUSTIN BALDWIN i CO..Uen'l Agents.
63 llroauway. New York.
JOHN BLEOL'N , Ocn'l Western Agent ,
1P4 Uandolpli tit. , Chicago ,
UAKltr K. MQOJUiS. Agent , Omaha.
Reduced Cubiu Kutei to Glasgow Kx-
hiVUion , .
T. E. CILPIN ,
Room 03 Trader * * I
IlCiet < jnce Metropolitan National Bank.
H.O.lJuD A Co. The Hraditittt Co ,
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