Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 09, 1888, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DAILY BEBi FBIDAT , NOVEMBER 9 , .1888. 5 -LINCOLN NEWS AND GOSSIP , Extensive Preparations For a Re publican Ratification Mooting. LANCASTER'S OFFICIAL VOTE. Blinrp HnllCtnltiR For Hilpplini Tlio Kinmnns Cnno liiinrd ofTrnns- ] i rtntlnii 'rr Now Notaries. I..ixcoi N Bunr-At ; or TUB OWA.UA Ban , ira 1 Sutr.r.T , LINCOLN. Nov. ? . Tlio republicans of Lunciister county \vill ratify to-morrow night. This will i'lo ° o the political meetings mm jubilees tit the Capital city for the year 1898 , and thi'ro will ho n ifiHicrul return to the husinoqa walks otlifc. Hut the ratill- cution intiutinp will boon 11 grand scale. It will fully ilbinotiitrnto tlio apprecia tion of this party over thu ruxnlt of the election. Cannon will awaken the echoes. Tlio rlnbs will linirch ut the lead of handy and drum corps , ( front bonfires will illuminate the streets , and nhort spr-ffhes will bo iniulo by the loading orators of the city and state. Iiivitiitloii-uiro tjoinn oulto-diivrequost- ing the tUtontlnm'c of itrominont state lenders. Indeed , thu Invitation IH general - , oral , nnil oxtumlti to tiny rcpuliuan ) ) or domocral liumlilu onoiigh to fall into line with the victorious army. The evening will bo dedicated to general rejoicing. It is mifo to say that the meeting will bo the ino t enthusiastic ever hold In Lancaster county. There is rcititoii for tho. . party 'to rojoieo. The victory of the locnl tielfet , barring the Htate , national and ooiigre ionaL tri umph , gives us reiison to realllrm that there iu u God in Ltraol. Dozens of Ihu-mimito spueuheswill ho mudo while the marchers join in the chorus. "From Atlanta to the sun. ' ' It will bo a great satisfaction. Attend. TIIKV WANTT1IK KACI' < . The comniitteo uppointud by tlie council to investigate the true inward ness of the alleged illegal arrest and mistreatment of .lames Kinmons , one of thotpiopriotorsand tlio editor of the State Democrat , will moot to-morrow evuning in the council chamber to hear testimony. Notices to this ollect were served by Councilman Meyers , ohair- in.in of the committee , on hiscollengues linslgn and Pace , and also on the of- 'flcerf ' , Pound and Mltuholl. The trial of Hmmons will bo held in the police court neforo Judge Houston to-morrow morn Ing , and it will bothoro determined whether the arrest of Ein- nions WIIH or was not legal. If public attention had not been drawn away from the case by the excitement of elec tion the feeling aroused would have been much greater. Kimnons' CHMJ ngninSt Pound and Mitchell was cnllod before Judge Swelling - ling this forenoon and continued to : io.\t Thursday. KHAKI' SUIKMIVO ron st'iMTjns. Complaint ciimo to police headqunr- tcrH this nftornoon that u forged order for provisions had boon presented at the grocery store of Cool : & Johnson and that the person whopro ontod the order was still there. Otllcor Mitchell was went with the patrol wagon ana shortly had tlio culprit at the station. An ex planation showed that the man was not the real olTondui * but simply a cat's paw in the hands of some rascal whose verve was as small as his stupidity was groat. -'The fit-home was to 'semi an order for 'potatoes ' , etc. , by u drayman to some grocery , the order being signed by the nnmo of nome "prominent citizen. The faamo trick was played on another man yesterday , both draymon.boing entirely innocentof any intention to defraud , and dimply intending to haul the provisions f'jr'nay. The matter was placcd.in the hnnds of'tho otllcarsiand willrdoubtless bo siftocMo the bottom. The case will 'bo called before the court to-morrow morning. TIII : VAX iirtSKiitK KA'OICKT. "The board of hooroturieaof the state board of transportation passed upon tlio 'demurrer of 'tlio Burlington ' against the alleged freight extortion on the ship ment of threshing machines and ina- 'chinery from'Rnoinu , Wis. , to Alliance , 'which ' attracted HO much attention' ' during - ing the past bummer , to-day. Attorney 'Marquotto was present unit represented the road. The demurrer was carefully considered by SccroUiries Ma on and , Muugcr , apd the prayer of'tho ' road was 'BUBtnlned , but leave is granted the yo- ' Ifl tor to ( lie nn amended complaint within thirty days , with duo cause. Further consideration of this cause now routs wholly with the complainant. Tlio. Aurora case , also brought by Mr. Van Itoskirk , was continued until the regular meeting of the board in Docoiribor. The secretaries then suspended business to 'tnllc politics , and the last Tin ; BKIS representative KUW of Mr. Miibou and Mr. Munger , tlioy were walking down street arm in arm. BIU'IIKMH UOUIIT NNWS. Mr. II. I ] . Moses admitted to practice. Kvorson vs Graves : leave to amend .jiatitiou allowed. The following causob wore continued : 'PeWitt vs Mattiuon : Uuchanan vs \Vibu. 'The following cuusos were argued and ubmittod : Mhull vs Drown ; Howard YS Dakota county ; Convolve county vs * nninlbcn ] ; Yulb vsVubstor : Tulo vs' 'JlhUilc ; Peakes vs Graves : Wilson vs 'Illlswortn ; C'oinstook vs Cole ; North- o lib torn Nebraska Kailroad company vs Frav.lor ; Lull ROM vu Gordon ; Sohwanl ; VH Davis. Uussoll vd Uosonbaum Uros. 'Krror from the district court of 'Lanciwtnr ' county. Hovovsnd and remanded. Opln- Jon by Uoo u , ( Jli. J. Van lilt tin vs The Stnto of Nebraska. Error from the dintrhit court of Douglas county. Reversed and remanded. Opin ion by Reese , Oh. .L The Omaha , Northern & Black Hills Itallroad Company vs James O'Donnell. Uri'or from the district court of Platte county. Alllrmed. Opinion by Max well , . ! . Union Paoiilo Railroad Company va Miclmol O'ilern. lirror from the dis trict court of Douglas county. Alllrmed. Opinion by Reese , Clu J. luYNUAVriili'S ort'-IC'IAI. VOTK. Tim ollloittl voto'of Lancabtor county on the deinoauatio and ropubliuan tickets in as'fMlows ' : IIKI'VIII.ICAN. IIKMOI'II ' VT. Harrison . r > , rr ClGvoluml . fl.W Tlinyor . SUO McSliimc . H.tMO Molkoljotin . r.'U. , ( > l-'olda . 11-lS'J I mvs . fi.lK'J Hlnca . If.S'JU Hill . 5,1178 I'uttorsoa . , VM Hciiton . 5,77'J I'oyntor . ! t,43l Stecn . r.iST ( > Jiisson . a.474 Luao . C.OUH Tlirasliori . 11,474 The prohibitionists polled 780 votes. NKW NOTAUIUs 1UMILIC. The following notarial commissions were to-day Untied by the governor : Juda J2. 'SVcstcott , Geneva , Fillmore county ; Richard II , Dawbon , Crcighton , 'Knox county ; R. K. ICondall , Jjlnooln , I incnstor county ; l-'loyil O. Wnshburn , IS'orfolk , Madison county. CITY NOTltt. The county oommissloners inapootcd tie ) work Just begun on the A btreot liriilfe across Salt crook , Ifoury Kry , of York , editor of The Horseman , was in the city yesterday. The briuk work on the N u trout well U rendy ( or sinking and the work will begin nt onco. I know nbout that standard remedy . Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup : I know tliit it 2o cent Ijottlo cured me of-n baU cough in 12 hours. It is a fnct. Myriad * of canes of rlictimntiim and nen- rnleia hnVo nlroiidy succuinlcd to that won- ilcrful rcined.\ Salvation Oil. Price only * i cents a bottle. _ A Candidate' Dlnrjr , Minneapolis Journal : Monday , Octo ber 5TI Korenmn of a section gang mot mo this morning and asked fora receipt of a bill for $27 which ho owes me ; inti mated that twenty men working for him asked his advice us to how to vote will report him to the compnin if t tun defeated. Member of the Seventh Dnp AilvanlUts'cnllcd this morning and tried to get mo to nlcdgo my word to s.jpporl n measure makingSaturday tin- Sabbath subscribed for 7" > tl page * . of tracts , and promised tn scud im nephew to his Sunday school. ( The boy is deaf and dumb.Vont ) to news paper olllco to work the editor for a pulf ; found sixteen moil there ; talked to him until my jaw worked con vulsively and then started In on tlio deaf and dumb alphabet ; promised him a scoop if ho'd ' give mo a column boom - got two lines in the paper met a re porter next day took him to dinner and spent $1-for wine then found out ho had been discharged the day before. Tue.itlny , Oct. ! ! ( ) . A man across the street borrowed my liorno and buggy the other day kept it throe days anil returned it this morning horse is lumo in four legs-four spokes nro gone and the thills are broken whip and robe missing ; the borrower then asked mo for ? 10 to clinch a man who hadn't made up his mind to vote for mo. Gate a fol low ? AO for tickets said ho had to have thorn heard ho didn't have them printed naked' him about it-said he mid them ho had in the Louisiana lottery. Got a letter from my mother- in-law says she's coming up to help mo out think"I'll withdraw. Wednesday , Oct. .SO. 1 * . Ito cius lunks , who has not yet decided how ho will cast his vote and who has boniti in- lluoncu with the sewer trang , struck mo for a lton"-ur to-day to bury his wife ; charg'cd it to prolit and loss. The Pumplmmlio Makers' Anti-Proteotive association brought mo an iron-clad sot of pledges to sign to-day : kicked on the fourth clause but the leader inti mated that Mio had 1M ! votes in his pocket I signed. Suffered great men tal distress over the action of the Steel Rail Layers'broth or hood. They wanted to know how I stood on the railroad commission , and as I did not know how they stood , I was up tv stump ; hope I dodged the question successfully , but I doubt it. Was obliged to kiss Schwartz- heimor's baby to-day ; it smolledof Lim- berger , but I have his vote bolid. Knit Khoitiii * i With its intense itching , dry , ho't'skin , often broken into painful crucks , and the little watery pimples , often causes indescribable buffering. Hood's sursa- parilla lias wonderful power over this disease. It purities the blood and ex pels the humor , and the skin heal with out a scar. Send for book containing many btutemonts of cures , to C. I. Hood it Co. , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mass. A Kettle Full of Silver Coin. Springfield Itcpublicun : James M. Eddy , of Olnoyvillo , R. I. , has unearthed - earthod a kettle of very old Spanish coins , which ho believes are a part of Captain Kidd's buried treasure. His digging has been done by direction of an old pamphlet. Mr. Eddy's grand father , Amasa Eddy , is said to have Bailed the seas with Captain Kidd , and later was lieutenant governor intlio time of'Govornor Dorr. He was ninety-four years old when ho diedj and he loft among other things a curious old docu ment. This parchment contained di rections regarding the burial place of Pirate'Kidd and his supposed treasure , a"nd they wore as , unique as tlio story btfnks usually make such 'directions. The Under of the hidden'wealth ' must go from a nail on somebody's barn to the southeast corner 'of an oak tree root ; thence as the crow Hies and so on. And both Amasa Ed'dy , Second , and James Eddy have puzstlcd over the time worn papers for many .years. James owns a fawn at or near Horse "Neck Beach , Westpoint. The bcaoh is a , vild , wind-swept strip of Band and coarse grass stretching out to sea and just across the rivefr from Westport harbor , the summer resort. To this farm James Eddy has for a long'timo devoted himself. Ho 1ms not been engaged - , gaged in tilling the soil , but in digging it up , hunting for gold which lie lirmly believes is , concealed there. At inter vals h'o has amused himself by Hsliing in the ponds around Pall River , Mass. , but ho has always had the farm by the ocean in mind and has persistently dug for something which ho expected could pay bettor than crops. i'Mdy was boring into the ground as usual Wednesday when he struck an old-fiishioned iron kottlo. In this kettle - tlo wore the 1550 silver coins worn smooth and not in a very perfect plate of preservation. _ Twelve hundred of them are Spanish dollars of the date of 1715 , and the reign of Ferdinand VII. Three hundred and fifty were strange looking coins , which experts bore-have not accounted for. On tllo'obverso side is the date 1787ith this inscription , "Sil Noinun Domins 'Bunodictions. ' " The reverse side bore thcso marks , . "Lud VVI D. G. P. R. Et Nov Rax.1 Tho'obverso bide of the 1200 Spanish dollars boars the date 1715 , and the fol lowing inscription : ' "Fore. VII , Dei Gratia. " On the other side are the words , "Hispano Et Ind. Kox. M. E. H. I. P. " The fortune hunter loaded his valuable Jind in a wagon and went on his way to Providence. He is going back to his farm for more wealth , and is confident that he possesses a gold mine. He was disinclined to talk of hib treas ure at first , but he had displayed the coins and the story leaked out. Sick headache Is the hano of many lives ; to euro and prevent this annoy ing complaint use Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Pillols they are agreeable to take and gentle iu their notion. Blin Korjjuve Him. Chicago Tribune : "IJilliger McSwat , remove your arm instantly ! Great , drons of poi'rtpirutipn broke out 0111110 broad , ii.telluutual brow of the young man to whom tho.se worcU were addressed. "Hnvo I presumed too much upon the klmlnobs and familiarity with which faho has treated moV" ho said to hiniRolf. "Have I lost her ? No ! No ! It cannot be ! It must not bo ! " And he gave voice to the emotions that thrilled bib faonl. "Lobelia Grubb , " ho said , with the yearning , passionate warble of a young pool tendering the first paroxybin of his muse to a rcd-wliiskorod , cross-eyed literary editor , "hear what I have to say first. " Clearing his throat with convulsive energy ho wont on : "For tlio love of heaven , Lobolin , do not toll mo that I have been mistaken in thinking the uniform regard that lias marked your conduct toward mo during thu last six months to bo a \uinuor hcntlmcnt than that of moro friendship ! 'Do not crush the hopes that have risen in my breast like a Milwuu- kuu uvonuu Umeuiunt-houso ereotod on Pears" Soap Fair white \ ands. Brightclearcomplexion Soft healthful skin , " ' ' Great SOAP.-Sold . . - " PEftRS'-TtiB Engllsli Complexion - Eveplieio.- thn contract plan. He your own gentle , tender , pitiful * clf , and ' "Hllligor McSwat. remove your arm ! " ' One moment , Lobelia' Think of the hnppy , soulful hours wo have spent over Dante , Hrowning , and and the hen and a half problem ! ( . 'nil to mind the on- joymont. the enthusiasm , the cr pa tience with which wo liavo attended lecture after lecture on art ! Remember the " "Uilligor McSwat. remove your arm ! " "And listen to the pleading ot , your own Rcntle heart when 1 tell you of the sorrow that a hasty decision on your part would cost mo now. 1 could not bear It. I came here this evening , Lo belia , oppressed by the news ju t re ceived that I have lost my only uncle. In the breast nochct bf this coat is the letter that convoys the sad news. It is true he was a man of great wealth. lie was worth , perhaps , a quarter of a mil lion , and in the letter of which 1 speak 1 am informed by his solicitors that I am his sole heir , but " ' "Lost your only uncle ? Oh , I nm so sorrLot ! it bo'inv mission to comfort you , Hilliger. " ( lently , forgivingly , the fair mnidoa beamed upon thatsorrowiiigyoungman , as she laid her beautiful hond with its wealth of .golden hair tenderly and con solingly on the breast pocketcoutaining the sad letter. And Billigerdid not remove his arm. VInkc no mistake. By illspollliiB tno symptoms so often mis taken' for Consumption. SANTA AUIE IIIIR brought ftludncss to toany n household. Hy its prompt use for brcuhing up the cold that too of ten develops into tlmt fulaldisoasdithou- snnds can bo saved from an untimely grave. You iiuikc no mistuka by Iceopluprn bottle of tills pleasant remedy in your liousc. CAM- POHNIA OA1MI-OUUE is equally effective In er.ulicntinp nil traces of nasal catnrrh.Iioth of these wonderful California remedies ; iru sold niul warranted by Goodiann Drug Co. f 1 a package , 3 for $2.50. Our Secrets. A naval ollicer , in speaking about the presence of foreigners in the navy , told the following story to a correspondent of thojiBnltimoro American : " 1 was sent to Europe not long ago on an im portant errand , and it became my duty to form the acquaintance of foreign naval oflicers , in order to accomplish certain ends I had in view. I mot many of them at dinners , receptions and en tertainments , and was surprised to find out how well they were informed on American naval alTuirs. 1 had occasion to go to Kiel , Germany , for the purpose of visiting the dockyards there. I felt sure that my credentials would admit me to inspect the plnce , but they did not. I tried a little game of , getting the desired pass by reaching : the olliciule through the use of winds and fine dinners. One day a line look ing German otliccr met mo as I was com ing out of my hotel. 'Hollo , ' said tie , slapping me"on thoshouldor , 'have you got in yet' : " He spoke such pure Kn- glish that for a moment or so I was non plussed. " " 'No ' I 'will in ? ' , replied , you get me l"Icnn't'nnd ; thereupon lie remarked ; 'It is easier to get into your yards than ours. ' "I looked at the officer intently and found by his uniform that he was thu chief naval constructor , and the man of all men in the German navy that I wanted to meet. 'Will you take a glass of wine with mo1 I asked. Ho con sented , and wo returned to the hotel. "After a few minutes' 'conversation wo became quite friendly and I was sur prised at the insight he had of our naval allaira. He astonished mo by inquir ing1 about certain olllcers who were at the Now Yorlrnavy yard during the late war. I could not restrain my curiosity , and I asked him : % IIow did you become acquainted with the olllcersV 'Tho story is a short one , ' 'ho replied. 'When the war broke out in 1801 , 1 was in tlio German navy and I got/ orders to goto America , and study your methods of building ships and getting guns ready for uo. . When I got to Now York my dress was that of a. plain German mechanic. 1 got work at * a enrpontor and ship-joiner under a lictitious name and in a short time I got used to the nickname "Dutchy.1 Nobody know mo and my curious questions were never hiispeutcd , and the workmen readily and inagood- humored way answered them. I helped to build and repair ships , and in time got hold of much information. I made plaiiti of the vessel , machinery , guns , rigging , and in fnct got on to every thing. I worked hard at night in my room , and kept my government as well posted as 1 could. The moro 'English ' I learned the bettor I understood things that thu workmen said in my lioiiring. I worked on the big fchip Uumlor- borg ; also on tlio Mtn'rimao at Norfolk , and on some of the monitors. I nont inliuh valuable information home. Now you BOO the reason why you can't got into our yard. ' "The narrative was straightforward , and was BO full of fact * concerning nion and ntYairs , that I readily baw how the German naval constructor got onto my visit , and , although I tried to convince him to the contrary , he was not to bo hoodwinked. I know where Kiel is , and that it has a dockyard , but I'll have to go to Kiel as a German mechanic before I can got'insldo of that place. This shows how necessary it is to keep an eye on foreignord in our navy yards if we want to keep our bccrcts. " - fAn An AliRnluto Gura. The ORfOlNAL AniETINK OINTMENT is only put up in lartfo two ounce tin boxoi , and is an nh < elute euro for old sores , burns , woundH. i'hap | > ed hands , anJ all lakin erup tions. Will itoaltlvoly earn all llniis : of piles , A k for the OUIGIKAL. ADICVINK OINT- MKKT. Sold by Goodman Drug 'Co. , . at M cents per box by mull 'M cents. Mr. Ward Would not Kow-Tow. In the November American Magazine Mr. L , Mclntosh Wnrd , in hU article on the First American I'lmbas y to I'e- kin , thus describes the negotiations about nn interview between the Amur- lean minister and the emperor. The icouimisdionors would discuss nothing' but the proposed audience with the emperor. One of the commission ers stated that thu empuror himself was doslroiiH of conferring with Mr , Ward , having boon favorably imprcheBd with what ho had heard of America and Americana , unit wishing to feco the first rcprcbontutlvo of that nation who had ylbited his cApltol. The stumbling bloc' ' Ir in tlio way of the audience was the rite called the Kow-tow , which Mr. Ward refused to perform. The com- mibsioncrri requested Mr. Ward to kneel to the empuror , uud agreed Unit the knocking of the hond on 1hi ground would b" dispensed with. To this Mr. Ward roplcd * that while he entertained the greatest respect for the emperor , and in that only felt what the president himself had expressed in the letter of which he was the bearer , yet he wished to declare that highly as ho would regard an audience and Import ant as ho deemed it under the eiroum- blauccs , still ho had never naked for an audience , and the treaty said nothing about it , and he could not kneel when he came before the throne ; ho could only salute the emperor as ho did his own ruler ; that he knelt only as an net of worship before God , and would do so to no man. Take no ether , Jtirvis' Urandy is best. "Yankee Doodle" In Ghent. Youth's Companion : After the Amer ican and British plenipotentiaries had signed the treaty of peace in 1814 , the authorities of the city of Ghent pro posed to give a grand musical onter- tninmont in honor of the event. Of course they wished to have the national airs of the two countries performed by the bands. Accordingly the biiud-tnnstor called upon the American gciitlomen to got our national air. The envoys wore di vided between "Hail Columbia" and "Yankee Doodle , " but a majority tin- nlly voted for tlio latter. Then the band-master , turning to John Quincy Adams , said : ' I'lea-te give me the air. " Mr. Adams looked at Mr. Clay , and said , ' 'IMcaso give it to him. I can't : I never sung or whistled n tune In my life. " "Neither did I , " said Mr. Clay. Mr. Bayard and the other olivoys all answered in like manner. No one could sing or whistle , and the situation bcctuno embarrassing. Finally Mr. Clay said , "Call John" his colorc'd man. John came in , wondering what could bo wanted. "John , whistle * Yankee Doodle' for this gentleman. " John was moro musical , or loss bash ful than his white brotheren , uud at once struck up the tune. The musician took down the air , arranged the hur'm'ony , and on the next day "Yankee DooUlo" was performed in grand style as the national air of the United States. Cleveland fc Harrison agree on ono point , that the bust out is Jurvls' old IJ ran d y . , ; , _ A Silver Ten Set iu tlio Mint. Philadelphia Telegraph : Many curL- ous articles are taken to the United States mint from time to time for eon- version into solid' cash. Said Superin tendent Fox : "A short time ago a ludy sent a trunk to tlio mint filled with sil verware. She was nn aged lady and was wealthy. I called upon her to ' ee why she had sent the trunk of silver ware , and at the same time to uppribo her of the fact that she would realize but little upon it , inasmuch as the gov ernment allowed no more than the ab solute value of the metal for any arti cles sent to the miut. She said to mo : 'I don't care what it brings. That trunk contains a service of silver which I prize most highly. It was the gift of my father to my mother on their wed ding day , and I don't want it to fall into any other hands. I dent want those precious pieces , sacred to mo , to become the property of others. Tlioy wore the gift of my dear father to my sainted mother moro than eighty years ago , and when tlioy died they came into my hands. What I want you to do , Mr. Fox , is to bee that the bervico of silver is placed in the crucible and melted up. I want you to see it done yourself. I don't care anything about the amount of money it Will realize. ' I promised I would attend to it , and I curried out her desires. " "The best on earth" can truly bo said of Grigsrs' Glycerine Salve a speedy cure for cuts , bruises , scalds , burns , sores , piles , totter and skin eruptions. Try this wonder healer. Sfleontb. Guar anteed. "Now , that we are engaged , George , " she baid shyly , "It is proper that wo should have no secrets from ono an other. I have loved before , but it only resulted in a breach of promise case. " "And what did you got ? " asked George , hoarsely. "Three thousand dollars. " "Ah , dear , never mind tlio broach of promise suit. My love is founded upon 'rocks' unil will endure. _ CREAM BAKING POWDE ? ItsnuporlorDxriillt'in'o iH-ovon In millions a honuM fur moruthuit a quurtor ut u vuntury. It In used by thu United Htuteb ( iovurnnient. in : dorrtod liy the heads of the great Unlyerultles as thestronaest , miioMt and must huultluul. Or. 1'rlcv'a'ruant flalctiiK I'o 'dur dora not toiituln ammonia , limn or alum. Hold only In cans I'ltlCIK MAKING 7 > 0\\'Dini CO. Now Voik. rjuicatfo. Bt. Louis. 21,828,880 Tansiirs Punch Cigars were shipped during tba past two yoaro , without a drum , uior in our oniploz No otbor liouBoln tlioTviirlucan truth * lullyinakoiniobit ahowu Oiio a/ent ( tleal i wonted it ouch town , SOtDirUAOINQ DRUGGISTS , R.W.TANSILL&C0..5B Slalo SI.ChlMan. . ly und tufuly cured by JlOCUTA < , ' i > - . Hiivertwt ca en cured in woven'days. Sold Jl.r/it.erbor , all drtiL'Klbtn , or by mall from Do- cutaMftf.Uo. .mmmeSUN. V.ruUDlroctlouj. i BOYS' ' AND CHILDRENS' ' DEPARTMENT , BOYS' WEEK ! CHILDRENS' WEEK ! Special Bargain this Week in Boys' and Childrens' ' Suits and Overcoats , Perfect Clothing at Poplar 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 , Boys' ' Blue lysian Overcoats , Ages 11 to 16 , Price $7. $ Lot 2875i Boys' Blue Elysian Cape Overcoi , Ages 4 to 13 , Price $5. $ Lot 3406 , Boys' Cheviot Cape Overcoats , Ages 5 to 14 , Price $5. $ Lot 3073 , Cassiincrc Knee Pant Suits , Ages 4 to 14 , Price $3.50. $ Lot 3413 , Striped Caere Knee Pant Suits , Ages 4 io 14 , Price $4. $ tot 2882 , Mixed Clicviot Knee Pant Suits , Price $4.50. $ Lot 2883 , Black Diagonal Knee font Snils , Aes ? 4 to 14 , Price $5. $ We make no hesitation in recommending the above named lots thoroughly reliable and at a lower price than is often paid for infer ior goods. Sam-Dies ol all the lots advertised sent to any address , or sample garments will be sent and may be returned at our expense if not sat isfactory. Freeland , Loomis & Co. Proprietors ; Cor. Douglas and 15th Streets , BOSTON , NEWYORK , DES MOINES , OMAHA Thomson's Celebrated GLOVE - FITTING CORSETS HAVE NKVl'.K DEBtf r.QrAr , TO rims. ENT MAKE. MO HI ! POPUhAU THAN EVEN , A 1'EnFEOT FIT Three Uonprths Short , Medium ami Ex Twelve Grades. Highest Awards Granted. ivw -a- - - - - TIIE BUST GOODS AND CHEAPEST QUAMTY. FOU SALE EVEKYWHKltE. THOMSON , LANODON & CO. , NEW YORK. POLK MANUPACTUIIKKS. Mention tbo Omaha Heo , Dlirff.nrppi , ) ESTABLISHEO-I86I I ' 186 So. bUTO tUreSIf choaBOj | , II8. | j ciarkSt. I&e Regular Old-Established PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Irstllf Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS . M . * Fmfl' t Cbronic , Nerrons and Private 'Diseases ' , * 3-NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lost Manhood , Falling Memory , Exhausting Drains , Terrible Drcams.'Head and Back Ache And nil the effecti leading to early decay and peihaps Conaumptlon ot Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods with never * fauing'KUccess. 3-BYPHILISand-allbad Dlood and BklnDia * eases permanently cured. 'f KIDNEY and URINARY complaints , Gleet , Gonorrhoea , Strlctu re , Varlcocele amtill ! diseases Of the Oenlto.Urin.iry Organs cured promptly without injury to Stomach , Kidneys or oilier Organs. AT-No experiments , 'Age and experience Im * portant. Consultation free and aocred. V3-Send 4 cents postage for Celebrated Works on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate I ) ea > cs. -9i"Tliose contemplating Marriage nd for Dr. Clarkc'u celebrated guide Male * nd Female , each 15 cciill , ) x > th 2 ; rents ( stamp * ) , Consult the old Doctor , A friendly letter or call may save future uffcr- ineand shame , and add golden yean to life. 9 lloolc "Life's ( Secret ) Errors , " 50 cents ( stamps ) . 'Medlciin anil writings sent everywhere , secure from expoaurt. HourtBio8. Sundays j to 11. Address F. D. CLARKE , M. D. , 186 So. Clark St. , CHICAGO , ILL. Health is Wealt i ! Dn. . fL WVBT'B Nicnra AND tair ; TJIHA UBoof lcoholor tobocoo , WBlteftllnesa. Mental Depression , Boftenlng of the Brain , reuniting in Inaaiilty , anil leading to mUarv , decay And death. Piemntun Olrf Age.'HarrenntBS ' , LOBS f Power In either ( wi. Involuntary J.o.Hsea end Rpennktorbnen caused by over-exertion ot the br&ln , Mlf-abuso-or ovenlndulcenco. TEaah bo contains ono month's treatment. 11.00 a box. or Blx tioxea for (9.CC. i nt by mall prepaid on re ceipt of prle * . VfK OCAflAMTEK BIX flOXRB Tocureaay owe. With each order reetired by n for te IIOZM. ccampan ! d wtlh KM , trt will eend tat yurchan r our wrttUn otiarant * * to refund th * money if the treatmint flees not ( Ten a. cure , uuaranten laatied onlr " \ > r 0. F. (100DMAN. DninuUt. Hole Ae nt.lllO I'uruam htr t OrnsCH. Jiri JUOICIQUS AND PEIISISUHf Advortlsliiff bus alwnyi ) proven fliiccTssful. Iloforo piaclnnrnny Nowspitpur Advortlaliig-oonnutt LORD & THOMAS , iDfKKTIHIMJ AUtlTM , 15 < Ui.a.Icb lr U CtllCARO. ir , , Surgeon and Physician. Ofllee N.V Corner jitlt ant ] liimiiUs Ht. Office tolophouu , ia ; JtoJiUuacB tulupUoue , GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK. Policies Incontestable and Non-forfeitable After Three Years. HUGO WESENDONCK , President. f CORNELIUS DOREMUS. Secretary . \trcncles In all thu larger cities of the Unite tstutcs ami UernuinlHuiplro. ASSISTS ANI > .SUItPI-US OF TUB COMPANY. DECEMBER S1ST. I8O2. Assets $260,885 3 | Surplus $207.168 97 DECEMBER , 3IST , 1887. Assets $13.073,247 37 I Surplus. 81.836.63662 Amount of Insurance In force . $4-5OOO.OOO | Annual Income . .i$2,4OO.OOO TlipOcrmanlapo-HesseVSHO.Hior admitted assctn for c\eryl)0,00of | ) llalillltloiMcbetter ratio than that of tiny of < the other three largest Llfo Iiisur > inre t'oununlcs of tlio Unltud'Stnte-t.U Rooms : ! < ) ( ! and IJ07 Ernst Benninghoven , Manager , I'lrsl National Dank. W. G. ALBRIGHT , Real Estate , 218 S.i 5th St.Omaha. BEST AND CHEAPEST ALBRIGHT'S CHOICE ! SOUTH OMAHA. BUY NOW TERMS EASY C. I. . BTA.U1I , 1610 Howard Ht. , Omaha , has drawn planH and specltlcntlon for ft It-room frame UOUSB. which combluuti itllHy.corafortec < moiny nnd bpRiity.lnawny Impoo lble Inuny good hotiBotlmtcoBts from ll.'WO to l.uoj. AH more ttmn 1UD _ -s - - , . . . will bo built no , I can afford to oQ > r n copy for Original find gplondlff 82fi. the usual foes otherwlsu balna from f- dcalgnB fnrnlalicd , as can bo JudneA * p vZMyo'&MM , term tl18 B0ts orpltinsof completed bulldlngsot B per cent more. nil clcscrliitlnnH. I Inivo In my ofllcc , ranj.'lDK In cost " " trom M.OOO to WOO.OOO. Jty tmtisual oxporlciico v , 111 eunrnnten aallsfuctl o n uud reliable contractors only are engaged ou my works. I'artlen vrUblut ; to bu lid re cordially Invited. TUH diicag-vMilwaukeo & St , Paul R'y. ' Tlio Uesl Route from Onmlm and Council ItlufTg to TWO TKAIHS DAILY IIKTWKUN OMAHA AND COUNCIL lll.UKKU Chicago , - AND - Milwaukee , Ht. Paul , MliiiicupiilN , ( 'pilnr Kork Island. Frveport , Itoekfonl , Clinton , Dubuiiiic , DnVcniioi t , Elgin , MutllHon , Janmillr , IlplolfVInoim , La Crow , Anil all other Important nolnti Rast , Northeait anil HoutllPAfil ror through ticket * , call on lUe tlrkst uncut nt IW1 Furnaiu s treat In liurkur llluik , or ul liiilou I'ltcmu Depot , l'ullu.un Biropen anil thn finest Dining Can tn tha world ur ruu an tti lunin Hue of thu Chicago , Mil- HBkuu A Ut. 1'niil Uallnuy , Anil oreratUiitluu l > paid to imiinnisi'M br rnurtuoui mplorei ot the cnmvaur. H. 1111,1. Kit , ( ienernl ll.najer. J. K. TUCKKH , Axlitnnt Uouertl Harm JIT A. V II. ( Mltl'KNTrlll , Ueneral i'aiitaaer o4 Ticket Avvnt. OKU. K IIKAKKOIIU , Anlitaut ( leneral and Ticket Aiieut J.T. CIjAIIK , ( janaral Huperlntondtnt. 1 11 U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB. I'alil I'll Capital $100,000 Siiriilus 50,000 II. W , VATIH , I'ronidftiit. IihwiHtt. IlKfi ) , Vlro 1'renldnnt \ , K. Toi'/AM.v , "nd Vlrn I'lmlclonl. VV. II. H. lliTuiiKi , Cuhliler . , , I'lni.uioits. w.v. MOIINK. JoirNB.Cnu.iSH. II. W. 1 ATI'.K. MJWrH H. llliKII. 15. THE IRON BANK , Cnrtier I'Mi and 1'imiuin Htfl A ( ieut'i-ul llunkliif lll ! liio.-.B'rian-jiiclcil. FOFKTAIN 33R.A.NTIDS FINR OUT AND TL > U(3f InoomDnrablv the Boot. PEERLESS DYES THE CHICAGO A"o NORTHWESTERN - WESTERN W RAILWAY. Omaha , Comic ! ! Bluffs And Chicago , . . V t/.a'9.1' ' ! " ' "on , Chicago , klllvraukoo , IK K * t 'Io the people of N l > rnak , e < > lo. } ' ii'r .f . ' ' " ' ' Nomrtn. Oregon , Wnili * bTiio ii'i | " "rn'al' ' it oBera aupcrlor Huvuntriufji rnjoT ° it''h1 fi" ' ° " 10 "uinpro" point * of luporlnrltf liSi nurr'i' ! ' * 'lle'1 ' ' V1 * 'lnl > * v * * - h"r"l , , > " rt n4 ' ' * ( our"'ll'lOVr'i'i0''cau ' ! ' ' ' n < " ' bB'rtn'n'1'l""f'l ' ' 'r A " * C2"no | < " . l'n union 'rtopot ' ivllli 'lUoie ' * f'thp'oili' ' ' Cairo 4 Nurtliwcaiern llr In fihlr g < i llm tmliu of Kultrrn linn " to""octl ° " " ' " 'l' " " < " "olloth J Knr llplroll' , rolumbui , , . Inilliio i > nlli Cincinnati. Klsgarn Vtli , liutt.lo riltiliuric , iftn ti/Moiilrn lo ton , Wi-w Vom , lliiuntluhia , luliiuuro , "viiiu ! jn tou , aua | | pomti In tllc B.it. Aik for tlckcU Vlik , , "NOnTHWESTEKN" ntl'iiiVl1cteWfKihi''Mlll1'u'JM011' ? | ' A" tlckel M ( | . - a.n-1 - JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS GOLD tJKDAL FAKIR KXPOSITION Wt , Nos. 3O3-4O4-I7O-BO4. THE MOST PERFEOfl OP . . . . cur < xJTrTo7iiiu7 Cy1 ; ! \ nAWfftr9Mme AU1lt i ' . . li'rmi.cuniLipt-1. tluutclecillhi ouly ono lu tL worM Kenerutlrju eront nuoim Jjleetrlaif tltgnilli luvutoi , 101 Wiiux AYE , .