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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 7 , 1888.
Mr. Cobiirnays that Kill Morrow ,
the odloial plasterer of the school boa.rl ( ,
August Kuhl , an inmate of the St.
Joseph hospital , died of typhoid fever
yesterday. The funeral will occur
Thumiay afternoon at " o'clock.
F. 1C. Sahhlleld was arrested for most
brutally kicking his horse Monday
nljrht. On nrraignment the pra-ccuting
witnt'ssi'S failed to uppcnr , and bash-
Held was released.
Captain Wood , of the lire department ,
while wnlkintr alone JuoKbon street in
the vicinity of nighluunlh last evening ,
sprained h'is ankle and will l > o confined
to his home for some length of time.
The ( ire department was called out
last night to Mercer avenue , near
Fortieth street , where a bliuo was dis
covered in the hull of theIlnrtz -
man block. The damage amounted to
about $ ' > ( ) . _
E , Hudd , of Lincoln , is at the Murr.iy.
J. C. White , of Lincoln , is nt the I'.ixton.
JmncB Iloltnui ) , of Lincoln , is at tlio Mur
ray.n. . M. Phllbin , ot Norfolk , is nt tlic Mil-
J. S. Halter , of West Point , Is at the Mil-
J. M. Saminons , of Clmdron , is nt the Mil-
J. V. Portions , of Wccpini ; Wutcr , Is at the
W. L. Hey wood , of Nebraska , is nt the
W. P. McF.irliuic , of Fremont , is nt the
II. 1) . .Inrncs nnd wife , of Madison , nro nt
the Mil lard.
S. C. Itced and wife , of Portland , arc at
A. S. Hayes , L. E. Fuller and S. S. Deni-
Ison , of Crute , are nt the Paxton.
Hon. A. H.Uliarde , receiver of government
funds nt O'Neill ' , is at the Paxton.
Privates Sumner C. . Howcr nnd Willis
UufT , who were tried nnd found puilty of do-
Bortiori by u general courtnnirti.il , loft yen-
I tenlny under nn escort for Lcavenworth
military prison to serve out a buntenco of
Prlvnta Hobort Comcrfort , who was nlso
found trinity of desertion nnd sentenced to
four years , was pardoned by the secretary of
war and has been ordered to return to duty.
Dilllculty of breathing , tightness o
the chest or throat , quickly relieved by
a , few doses of Dr. .I. II. McLean's Tar
"Wine Lung Halm. 2o cents a bottle.
Evening Star Hall.
Monday ni littlio Evening Star Social club
Rave their lirst ntmunl ball , ami about one
hundred and llfty couples were present ut
Aletz hull. About twenty of them came
from Fort Omaha , nnd joined in the Brand
march , led by D. I' . O'Conncll , at ! ) o'clock.
About thirty couples entered for the pri/.o
wait ? , and the judges finally awarded the
silver cup to I ) . Clifton , and the ladles'
toilet set to Miss McNeal. Music was furn
ished by Prof. Ulaufuss.
An Absolute Gum.
The ORIGINAL AUIETINE OINTMENT
Is only put up in larjfo two ounce tin boxes ,
and is an absolute cure for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , nnd all skin erup
tions , will positively cure nil kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL AUIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 23
cents per box by mail HO cents.
The city council met Monday night and
adjourned until next week.
Mr. Albert Kayinond.who wns injured Mon
day by the fall of n pile-driver ciiKino is
seriously injured. At present ho can only
speak with the greatest difllculty. Ho was
conveyed from Florence Mcnday evening to
bis home in Omaha.
There was considerable excitement nt the
polls yesterday. All were anxious to see
how the waterworks men would vote , nnd it
was found that they had been manipulated
in Hascull's interest.
The only complexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity , without
injury to the user , and without doubt a
beiuitiller , is Pozzoni's ,
Who It Will He.
ser has not yet been officially named , but I
think you can say the bulletin will read like
this , " said a railway gentleman :
"To bo superintendent of the Nebraska
division , C. F. Kcssequic , superintendent of
the Idaho division , vice II. Ulinkcnsdcrfcr ,
"To bo superintendent of the Idaho division ,
John Uapclji. assistant superintendent of the
Colorado division , vice C. F. Kossuuuic , pro
Advice ( o mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al
B ways bo used for children teething. U soothes
the child , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
cure-sju'lnd colic , and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. 25c a bottle.
The monthly report of Robert D. Duncan ,
Inspector of plumbing , which was sub
mitted to the council last night , shows that 30
new Jobs of plumbing have been inspected ;
10 old jobs have been remodeled ; 23 com
plaints have been mad-s for violation of
plumbing ordinance ; 17 of these were against
ono man ; 4 arrests have been made , 3 plead
ing guilty and ono case w.is continued ; 87
excavations hnvo been rctlllcd in streets by
plumbers ; 57 patches have been made in
paved streets ; ! MO permits given last April
have expired this month ; i18 ! excavations
were completed in streets ; 3s3 permits to
iniiko excavations for water , sewer and gas-
pipes were issued ; 1M of these were in
spected for which there Is duo $114.90.
Amount collected during month $100.-15.
Without health life has no sunshine.
Who could bo happy with dyspepsia ,
piles , low spirits , hoadachaguo , or dis
eases of the stomach , liver or kidneys !
Dr. Jones' Hod Clover Touie quickly
cures the above diseases. Price 60
AN INSOLENT JEHU.
One of tlio I'rocesHloii-Dlsturbltijr Car
DrlvcrH Striken the Mayor.
Barney Shult/ , driver of street car No. 11
on the Thirteenth street line , was arrested
yesterday for assaulting Mayor Ltroatch.
The affray occurred Monday evening about 9
o'clock when Shultz was trying to break
through the lines of the parade with his car
on the intersection of Thirteenth and Doug
las streets. The mayor was nt the intersec
tion and the horses ran against the animal
ridden by him almost unhorsing him. Mr.
Liroatch ordered the driver to stop the car
nnd not attempt to drive through until thcro
should bo an opening in tin ) procession ,
tihultz replied with a string of oaths
that ho would do as ho d d pleased , and
started up hU horses and made another ut
tempt to break through llio lines. The mayor
then seized the bridles nnd backed the horses
w against the car. ShulU then seized his
Whip , and jumping over tbo guard , com
menced to beat his honor with the butt end
of it , accompanying every blow with a Hood
of expletives. Shultz would have brained
Mr. Uroatch had it not been for the inter
ference of other persons.
A warrant was issued later , nnd was
served yesterday. When the document
was read to him , and ho learned who the per
son was ho had assaulted he turned palo and
eatd ho would not have struck tbo may or had
he known who bo was.
The affair gave ribo to the following corres
pondence yesterday i
OMIUA. Neb. , Nov. 0 , ( Mayor's OfflcoJ
Mr. Win. A. Smith , Supt. Omaha llorso
Hallway Company , Omaha , Neb. , Dear
iUndlug t the lutersco-
tlon of Douglas and Iflth streets wltno lng
the procession as it passed , I saw the cars on
your line break through the procession
repeatedly. I endeavored to stop them , and
MMzlng tlio hordes of Car No. 12 in my
efforts , I was struck n heavy blow with the
butt end of n whip by your driver. Your
mnn stationed nt that point for the express
purpose of aiding the cnrs to get through
attempted also to Interfere. I sent for
policemen , nnd stationed them nt that point
thus stopping the cars until the procession
had passed. No. matter whether your
driver iccogulzcd me ns an oHicinl or not he
would not bo justified in striking any citlrun ,
I have ordered his arrest , J have observed
that on different occasions when processions
were passing through thi > public streets thnt
thncars on your line wcrodriven through
and through the procession without any
regard whatever for the rights of the people
taking part in these demonstrations , or the
persons witnessing the same. Tills was the
case on Saturday nlghtduring the democratic
procession , and It was the case last night.
Vonr company acts as though they had the
exclusive right to the streets through which
their lines pass. You seem to overlook the
fact llmt the privilege which you enjoy
comes from the people themselves , nnd that
they have some rights which you must re
spect. I cat ! simply ctmractcriro the course
of your company us pursued upon these oc
casions ns an outrage , and now ariviso you
that there shall bo no recurrence of the kind
in tlio future if in my power to prevent. A
year ago I sat upon tlio grand stand with Mr.
Cleveland lu the city of Philadelphia wit
nessing the passage of the military column ,
which rcipiired over three hours to pass the
grand stand. Not n vehicle of any descrip
tlon was permitted to cross the streets
through which the column was passing.
This is the manner in which things are done
in largo cities , ami n uroper respect for the
rights and privileircs of the people demand
that you should behave with common de
cency. Respectfully ,
W. J. HitovrciT , Mayor.
O.MUIA , Neb. . Nov. 0. Mr.V. . S. Seavoy ,
Chief of Police , City Dear Sir : In the ab
sence of any ordinances bearing upon the
subject , nnd upon receiving notice in the fu
ture of nny dcmonstrntlons which nro likely
to be held , such ns the passage of n proces
sion through the streets of the city , and
without awaiting any special instructions ,
you will please make such arrangements as
in your judgment may bo necessary to pre
vent the breaking up of the procession by the
car lines of this city. The manner in which
the Omatia Street Railway company has con
ducted itself In this respect is simply out
rageous , and 1 am determined that it shall
not occur In the future , if in my power to
prevent. Respectfully ,
W. J. UHOATCII , Mayor.
"Tho best on earth" can truly bo said
of Clrlggs' Glycerine Salvo a speedy
euro for cuts , bruises , scalds , burns ,
sores , piles , tetter and skin eruptions.
Try this wonder healer. 23 cents. Guar
THE UKAIiTY MAKIUvT.
IiiHtriiiiicnlf ) Placed oil Kecoril D ur
n I , Thomas nnd wife to S Moore et nl ,
lot I. Dennett's sub. Orchard Hill , w d. . * J.300
J I , Wiles ot al to SI 0 Cutler , lot 1 , blk 'JO ,
Carthage ndil.w d va
KTDnkc. trustee , to K T Orlllitll. lot P.
blk ll < .2cl add lledford 1'laco , w d CM
1'II .Johnson et ill to.lolm Latensar , wft >
ft of e ai l ft of US' , lot T , bile \i \ , Orchard
Hill , w d 1,500
II II l.lttle to K I Holt , lot U , blk 2 , Hush
& Selby't ) add. w il COO
I ) K Archer iiud wllo to K I Holt , lot 3 ,
blk'Unsh & Seltiy'B add. w d COO
II A Trillium to 1 Allison , lots II ) , 14 and
ir > , blkfl , Jerome Park , ( ic d 60
Wei-t rarnam Street Iliiildlng association
to I Allison , lot 15 , blk U , Jerome Park ,
OV I.usk nnd wife to 0 I ) .Jones , o 'iO ft
of w 120 ft of lot Si > , Mlllnrd Jj Cald-
wall's add , w d 4,000
II N llnynesand husband to L V Cruin ,
lota , blk I , Denlsoadd , wd 6,000
KJ Peterson at til to A F Ohmnn , Jots 0
and . llk 4 , Campbell's add , w d 2
S Schlcslnuer ct nl to A Lindner , lots 5
and U , blk 12 , tJchleslncvr's add , wd. . . . 300
Twelve transfers tK > ,203
All doctors recommend Jan-is' Brandy.
For Rent In Council BlufTs , two ele
gant brick residences in desirable loca
tion , by Odell Bros. & Co. , 812 South
10th street , Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. JolToris' remedy cures every case
of diphtheria. No physician required.
It Pauses the Appropriation Ordi
nance nnil Other Mattem.
The city council met in adjourned session ,
as a board of equalization with Alderman
Hurnham in the chair , lost night. Alderman
Bechcl moved that the action taken in con
nection with the report of the city engineer ,
as regards the grading of Wlrt street bo re
considered , but this was substituted by a
motion by Councilman Leo to the effect that
the former chairman , Councilman Lowry ,
bo asked to turn over the papers
pertaining- thereto , to the city attorney.
It will bo remembered that it was upon this
issue that Chairman Lowry refused to make
a report to the board of equalization until
certain matters in connection wcro investi
The board then dissolved and the council
convened with President Bechcl in the chair
and ten members present.
Communications wore received from the
mayor vetoing minor ordinances passed by
the council , una the action wns sustained.
The appointment of Calvin K. Shaw as
special policeman , was confirmed.
The appropriation ordinance for the month
of October , amounting to (159,071.83 , was
presented and past.
The council then adjourned to meet Thurs
All Hno Liquor Stores sell Jams' best.
Mr. Samuel Fletcher , the veteran theatri
cal man , is in the city. Ho represents Han-
Ion's "Lo Voyage en Suisse , " which will bo
presented in this city next week.
Jams' 1877 Brandypurcstsafcst&best.
Ancient TlinnKsKivliic Days.
Table Talk : Thanksgiving dixy was
suggested , doubtless , by the Hebrew
feast of the tabernacles , or "fcastof in
gathering at the end of the year. "
Its history in America begins as' early
as 1G21. The occasional observance of
such a day , formally recommended by
the civil authorities , was not unusual in
Europe at an earlier date. In Holland
the lirst anniversary of the deliverance
of the city of Leydon from the siege ,
October 3,1575 , was kept as a religious
festival of thanksgiving and praiso. In
the English church service the 6th of
November is so celebrated in commemo
ration of the discovery of the gun
Ono of the most remarkable thanks
giving customs on record prevailed in
Southampton nnd Easthampton , L. I.
Montauk point which consists of 0,000
acres was owned by numerous proprie
tors in those towns , and used as a com
mon pasturage for stock. Tlio time of
driving the herds homo to winter
was iixed at a meeting by the town
council , "nnd it came , " says the his
torian , "to bo a rule from tlio period be
yond which the memory of man run
neth not , that the Thursday of the week
following the return of the cattle from
Montauk should bo observed as a day of
At an early period of Now England
history certain periods of prosperity
wore often made the occasions of public
thanksgivings or feasts , nnd often aday
of fasting and prayer was turned into
a day of thanksgiving by what seemed
an immediate answer to their prayers.
Perhaps to recall to our minds that the
lirst Thanksgiving of the' pilgrim
fathers may put us to the blush. Olten
on this day have I heard such remarks
as "I have no thanks to give ; I have
nothing for which to be thankful , " from
lips that it would seem might have had
a life's work in framing words of praise
and gratitude BO blessed were they in
tlio health of themselves and their dear
ones , while for some fancied trouble
this great good wosjiuito overlooked.
Tuko oootlivr , J ryia'
Plttsburg Chronicle : The telescope
manufactured by ordorot the late mill
ionaire Lick for the university known
by his name in California has'enjoyed
the distinction of being the largest and
strongest in the worlds but it is likely
to undergo u comparative eclipse. Mr.
Alvln Clark , who made it , 1ms under
taken the task of making one yet larger
and more powerful , Should ho succeed ,
as ho is perfectly confident that ho will ,
valuable additions mav be expected to
bo made to our knowledge of the worlds
by which wo are surrounded. In a re
cent talk on the subject , Mr. Clark dis
closed some facts quite contrary to gen
eral belief In regard to astronomy. It
has- been popularly supposed that \so had
reached the maximum ot olTeetlve tel
escopes. Tlio big ones , the leading as
tronomers told us , disclose little of the
heaven's wonders ; and they pointed out
that the most important discover
ies of the present centuries
had been made by telescopes
of a medium sl/.c. Hence the deduction
that it was useless to bother with larger
lens H. Such a theory of course gave
us little of practicable value to hope for
from astronomy. With the telescopes
now in use wo could expect to determine
more accurately the distance from the
earth to the sun , or to lay bare more
stars ; but in discoveries of this kind the
great mass of humanity could scarcely
bo expected to take any very deep in
terest. It was the verdict of most of the
professionals that the Lick teloseopo
would bo a failure , so far as adding any
thing to practical knowledge of the
heavenly spheres was concerned ; but in
this , as in many other instances , they
were mistaken. It has already been
demonstrated that , properly constructed
and located , a big tolof-copo is more ef
fective than one of smaller size. It has
been shown , in fact , that there is prac
tically no limit to the power of a tele
scope , and that if a sullleicntly
powerful ono can bo made wo
can bring the planets near enough
to examine their every nook
and corner. The lens of the now in
strument for the university at Los An
geles is to bo forty inches in diameter ,
and Mr. Clark claims that ho is able to
make ono five feet in diameter one
which will bring the moon within it few
thousand feet of the earth. It is bimply
u question of time and money mainly
money , as a telescope with a live-foot
lens , properly mounted , would cost a
million dollars. If Mr. Clark's position
is true , and there is every reason to believe -
liovo that it is , astronpmv , n science
which has been practicallyBat a stand
for years , will take giant btridcs. There
will practically be no limit to the discov
eries it can make , and thcro should
come from it some practical benefits.
Each year we will know more of the
heavens , and of all sciences astronomy
will bo changed from the slowest to the
ThH powder never varies. A mnrvcl of purity ,
strength ntul uholesomeness. Jloro econom
ical than the ordinary kinds , and cannot bo sold
In competition with the multitude of low cost ,
short welfitit alum or phosphate powders , Sold
only In cans. Iloval linking Powder Co. , 120
Wall street. Now York.
Ifthcyareueak.deltcate looking and troubled
wlthxvorms , Huhu'.s Chocolutu Worm Lozenges
Is what they need. Price'Joe. All druggists.
Mas H97er--Established 183C Adolpb lleyer
& Bro. ,
SIXTEENTH AND FAKNAM STREETS.
General Agents Tor
VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BROS , ,
and JAS , W , STARR
Story & dart and Slioninger-Bell Organs
SPKCIAI , PKICKS AND TUHM3.
Write ( or Catalogue.
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Not only relieved like by most medicines , but
cured permiiuently w 1th MuUiru Golden Uyspep-
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John Q. Jacobs , )
At the old stand. HOT Farnam St. Orders by
telegraph solicited and promptly attended.
Telephone to No. Zi.
, . . ,
One of the Most Successful
In the Treatment of all Chronic or the
So-called Incurable Diseases.
A cure truaranfeed In all cases of I'HIVATB
and SKIN U1SKABK3. All disorders of the
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Under the Doctor's form of treatment no dig
eaiie Is considered Incurable , until the pans ot
the body affected by disease are destroyed
faster than they can bo repaired or built up ,
Treatment by correspondence. Bend Etump
Office -Bushman" Blpck. 16th'and
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Mention tlio Unmtm Uee.
MEDICAL a d SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W. Cor. 13th Si Dodge Sts.
POR TUB TIIIATMK-rr OX ALt ,
Appliances for Deformities and Trusses.
tlort frtcllitle. " , nppantiii and rrmodlen for ( deceit
ful treatment ot over ? form of dlicaie requiring
lle.llcal or hiuttlenl Treatment.
FIFTY ROOM9 FOR PATIENTS.
Hoard anrt iltaudiinco ! belt IionpHul accommoda
tions In the wc't.
WHITE ran Cmcui.Ans on Doformltlci and Hracei ,
TruKie * , Club Fp t , Curvature of the Hplne , rilci ,
Tumor * . Oncer. Catarrli , nronchlils , Inhalation ,
Electricity , I'ariilynu , Cpllcpir. Kidney , Bladder ,
Eye , liar , ttkln and Blood , an 1 all SurtMoil Operations
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
HOOK ox DISRATES or WOMEN Fjir.s.
ONLY EELIABLB MEDICAL INSTITUTE
MAKINO A m'KciAi/rr or
All blood lliea c luoceasfully trontod. Syphilitic
Tolson removed from the system without mercurr.
Nu < r restorative tn-atmunt forlosi nt Vital Power.
I'enons unable to visit un may bo treated at homo by
oorrotpondonce. All communication * confidential.
Medicines or Instrument * ont by mall or eipro's.
cocuroly paokod , no m.irk to Indicate contents or
lender. Una pononnl Interview prcfurrucl. Call and
consult u or Bend hlmUjry of jour case , and wo will
Mud la plain wrappenour
BOOK TO MEN. FREE ;
Upon Private , Special or Nervous Dltcnios , Impo-
tcncr , Hyphllis , Uleitund Varlcoccle , with question
Kit , Address
Omaha Medical rtniJ .Surgical Institute , or
DR. Mc-MENAITIY ,
Cor. IStU and Dode St . . - OMAHA.
Beware of Fraud , as my name and tlic price are
ttampid on the bottom nl all my nUirliH-d Fliots
before leaving the factory , uhtch protect the uc.ircn
against high prices ami inferior couJs. If a ilealer
offerW. . I. . . ItoiiKlMH shoes nt a reduced price , or
says he has them \\ithout my name and price stamped
on the bottom , put him down as .1 fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
lf > O SHOE * GENTLEMEN.
The only calf 3SKAMLKSS Shoe smooth In-
feet , easy as hand-sewed and WILL NOT 11II' .
TO THE PUBLIC.
Th went circular lent out br the New Kogland T.ailfr'i
Protective Union dated Auffuitlit. 1KH8 , rc < iuetinr labor or-
Kmtzatlona to Boycott rnvfhorv , 11 futieand ntiiicadinff , aa
ere I * DO trouble at my factory , M It Iff running at Iti fultnt
capacltj.andhaa hfn furnvtrartar. lemplcjbothKnlghti
of Labor and the Laitrr't ProtfCtUe Union * nen ( and in order
to prove to the tncrabrri of Labor orsanizatiuna ercry hcr
that the itattinenU made la laid circular are fuUe I oflcr
to any perton or ptrionl who will prorc all the itttenienti mid *
In laid circular to bo true. Tina oflcr will hold cooil ucUl
Januarj lit , 1SS9.
\V. L. DOUGLAS , Brockton , Man.
For sale by Kelley , Stipc.i < k Co. and
Gco. S. Miller , 012 North 10th St.
. GUARANTEED TO OUTWEAR
IANY CUSTOM-MADE CORSET I
MAYER , STROUSE & CO.
FRS. 4a BROADWAY. N. V.
We nro ntrnin prepared to ninny n com-
slock of Men's
plelo Iluslness Suits ,
inmlR lu both sucks and ciitnmijs ,
Inning received lanjo Invoices during
the past week. Also , let us rojiilnd
you , If n Dross Suit Is needed , < S cuu
Overcoats iu nil styles nnd nt the
BOYS' ' AND CHILDRENS' ' DEPARTMENT ,
BOYS' WEEK ! CHILDRENS' WEEK !
Special Bargain this Week in Boys' ' and Childrens' ' Suits and Overcoats ,
Perfect Clothing at Popular Prices. A Wholesale Stock to Select From.
The following special lots are offered this week at prices which only
a house like the Continental can offer.
Lot 3230 ' Blue Overcoats 11 to 16 Price
, Boys' Elysiaii , Ages , $7 $ ,
Lot 2875) ) Boys' ' Blue Elysiaii Cape Overcoats , Ages 4 to 13 , Price $5. $
Lot 3406 , Boys' Cheviot Cape Overcoat , Ages 5 to 14 , Price $5 $ ,
Lot 3073 , Cassiincrc Knee Pant Suits , Ages 4 to 14 , Price $3,50 $ ,
Lot 3413 , Striped Cassiniere Knee Pant Suits , Ages 4 to 14 , Price $4 $
Lot 2882 , Mixed Cheviot Knee Pant Suits , Price $4,50 $ ,
Lot 2883 , Black Diagonal Knee Pant Suils , Aes ? 4 to 14 , Price $5. $
We make no hesitation in recommending the above named lots as"
thoroughly reliable and at a lower price than is often paid for infer
Samples oi all the lots advertised sent to any address , or sample
garments will be sent and may be returned at our expense if not sat *
Freeland , Looniis & Co.
Cor. Douglas and 15tli Streets ,
BOSTON , NEWYORK , DES MOINES , OMAHA
C.B.&Q.R.R. . -C.B.&O.RN ,
, 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.
It was in advance of all lines in giving the people of
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 youcan
feave Omaha in the morning and arrive in Denver th
vening 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.
Route , Route
Health is Wealth !
On. B. O. WKST'S NKIIVB AND nruiw TUBA *
HINT , u r nteed cpeclfie for Hysteria , Dlzilx
nes . Oonrulslonn , Fits. Nervous Neuralgia ,
Headtcne. N rvous Prostration , caused by the
UBO of alcohol or tobacco. Wakcfiilness. Mental
Depression , Softening of the Ilratn , resulting la
Insanity , and leading to misery. d cyr and
death. Piematnre Old Ace , IJarrennesi , Loss t
1'ower In either sex. Involuntary I.OSSM and
Bpermatorhceit caused by over-exertion of th
brain , self-abuin or over-lndulEtnco. Each bo *
contains one month's treatment. 11.00 a box. o *
six DOZM for l&.OCt lint by mall prepaid on r
celpt ot prtc * .
WB GUARANTEE BIX BOXES
To cur * amy oas * . With ch or ei r o lT d by
as for at * kozta , accompanied irtttt M.OO , w *
will e nd flfc nrchaser ortr written cuarante *
to refund tb monty If tb treatment d es not
effect a cure. Guarantors Issued only by C. F.
GOODMAN. Druirlat , BoU Agent. 1110 Karaam
Ptrrot. Omaha. NaU.
PENrVYIIOYAI , WAFFT18 am
puccecsfully uned monthly by over 1Q.WO
jjuiles. AroSaft. Kfftctualawl I'hatant
V > J l p T box by mail.or at ( Iruja'lsts. Staled
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tyr salt and by mail by Goottmtn
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y. '
The Best Itoute from Omaha nnfl Council
TWO THALN3 DAILY BETWEEN OMAHA AND
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cfdar linpldi ,
Itock Island. Frceport , Kocltford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Darcnpott ,
Elgin , Madison , Jancsrlllc ,
Bclol Wluona , La Crosse ,
.And all olber Important nolnli East , Kottbcait tad
bOUtllCMl. . . . .
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r roaaiitr t. In Darker lllock , or ai Union faciflo
l llruan Rleeperi and the nneitplnlnt Can la lh
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Surgeon and Physician , .
Office N. W Curner lith u'ni.uouBUsdt. Offlcs
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
I'ald Up Capital $4 00,000
H. W. YATFf , I'resulont.
LKWM H. UKI.D. Vice 1'reslilent.
A. U. TOU/.AMN , 2nd Vlcn 1'rfnldent.
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W. V. MOltSB. .1011N 8. Col.I.l.NS.
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A. E. TOUZAMN.
THE IRON BANK ,
Comer U'th and I'armim Stv
A General Hanking HualueaaTransucted.
Memar > able tor povrerful irn P
thulta tone , pllabla actlfen and a.t >
aoluia aurablljty. ad yeara' rgcor < L
the b at jTuarAfatee of the
lenca of theta fnitrumentu.
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