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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY * DECEMBER 4. ISSa I
TIoso Keel No. ! tmulo Uio run from
Dorcas btrcot to Armour's packing
hoiifc fire , .Saturday nltflit , in thirteen
minutes. It utui't be Ijcatcn.
Clurko Woodman , R K. Ritfhio and
O. M. Niittlngor have formed a. part-
nerfililp for the conduct of a grain and
seed business with a capital of $100-
I' . C. IHmclKuigh says there is now
quite a liberal moving of grain from all
parts of HID slate. Tlio bliipniunut to
Ills elevator Imvo run lately from forty
four to 111 cura per day.
Tl.o luilios , of the First Methodist
church are getting up a fair , the pro-
I'cnlt of wlik'li go to the aid of church
c'nti-rprit'C.M. They muot at the resi
dence of Mr. , ) . II. McConnull , oji C'ass
anil Twenty-second Htrcols , next Friday.
The gontlemiMi who were invited to
the leap year party given by the
Frances din-eland club are now arrang
ing to return thu compliment , and an-
otlii-r daneo Is u.xpuctod at an early
.1. W.Hlnnelt. clerk of the "Windsoi
hotel , Is happy in the happiness o
others. Duve Uoborts. a friend of his
in Kansas Citv , won a Miiall amount ir
u lottery nd then bet it on the olectioi
of HiirrlMin. lie was a wiiinoi1 and now
liny $1,11.0 to his credit In the bank.
IV rM m.-i 1 I'lirnurnpliM.
, T. I' . Miner , of St. I'ntil , Is ut the Murray
Kolit. H. Hall , U. S. A. , is ut the I'axton.
P. U' . Fox. of St. .losopli , is at the Mlllaril
W. H. Harris , of Hobton , la stopping ut tlio
T. I ) . McKlr.ncy , of Chicago , is at tlio
lolui Dickinson , of Spirit i.alco , is at tlio
I. P. Kennedy , of ClilciiKo , Is roRiatorotl at
J. H. Ferguson , of Denver , Is stopping at
II. 1' . Panon , of New York , is registered
at the Paxton.
.1 II. Hosier , of Carlisle , Pit. , is stopping
ut the Puxton.
Georcn M. 1-ovclock , of Pittsburg , Pa. , is
it the Murray.
Max Ilannnel , of Now York , is re istcrcc
it the Murray.
Chmlcs II. Injihrain , of Manchester , Hug ,
Is a guest ut the I'nxlon.
iluines II. Colcinnn , of San Francisco , is a
guest ut the Millanl.
John Hentty , Jr. , of Ogilcn , Utah , is regis-
Iciuil nt thu Millunl.
Mrs. A. W. Cowan left Saturday for a
visit to Kdl Oak , la.
F. ( j-Ciirter , of the Chicago ft Northwest
ern rallioad , is registered at the Merchants.
Miss Hertha ( 'nok , who has been visiting
friends in this city , has returned to hcrhoinu
Mrs. II. C. Uovd is expected homo in a few
days from u visit with friends anil relatives
At the Corneas : James Ilurrliran , Clii-
rage ; Patrick Fuller , Mount Swift , Ind. ;
CInirlcHlI. King , Hrailford.
Mrs. F. U. Mend spent Thanksgiving with
her daughter , Mrs. 1C. N. Mullock , ofVest \
Point , Nob. , and lias just returned.
T. ,1. Hose , of the Pullman Palace ear
company of Chicago , who lias boon visiting
Ins parents In this city , returned home yes
II. F. Corbin , of Cincinnati arrived last
evening at the Millnrd from the P.ieille
coast. lie will remain for a few days before
J. C Ilutcson who is on the road for an
eastern jewelry linn , and has bien on an-Cx-
tcmlcil trip through the Uludc Hills country ,
is at tlic Paxton.
Attlio Windsor : J. A. Houtelle , Hurling-
ton : H. Howard , Kansas City ; A. Nance
and wife , Stromsburg , Neb. ; C. F. Craig ,
Wymoi-e , Neb.
Louis Fischer , representing the ( Inn of
Tebbets , Harrison & Kobbins , ilcalors in
woolen goods , New Voi-k , is in the city on
business as also on a vi.sit. to his brother
Simon , of Mnv Meyer A ; lirothcr's. lie will
remain about three weeks.
George Williams , the man who was shot by
Vie McCarthy , is reported to bo slowly re
covering from his injuries and wounds , and
it is thought that ho will ultimately survive
the assault. Vic McCarthy has returned and
is now at Uellevue. Ho will not be arrested.
Hev. Dr. Din-yen.
Hev. Dr. Dur.wn , the ncwly-clostcil pastor
of the First Congregational cliurch on his
way to this City , will preach in Chicago on
Forefathers' day. Ho will arrive here on the
Saturday before Christinas and on the fol
lowing day occupy his pulpit for the lirst
A I'loni'i-r Dead.
Colonel A. II. Forbes , of tills city , is in re
ceipt of a telegram announcing tlio death of
his uncle , Hugh L. Munroo , of Culhoun , Nob.
The deceased was one of the pioneers ol tills
state , haying re.siiled west of the Missouri
for a period of twonty-ono years , Ho died at
the auvanccil ago of ninety , llu was wealthy
and leaves u large ubtuto behind him.
I , < > iip Glty'n Sod House.
Loup City , Nebraska , again comes to the
front , and while paying a compliment'to
President-elect Harrison , alvortlscs thu nat
ural resources of Sherman county at the
biimu time. Tlio plan for so doing is unique ,
nnd to-day a Hat car. bearing a 'Sod
Bhanty" suitably decorated , will pass through
Omaha en-routo for Indianapolis. It i % con
signed to ( iciiura ! Harrison , as a companion
piece to thu log cabin of I1-ID , and will con
tain some of the mammoth agricultural products -
ducts of Sherman county. After being duly
Inspected in this city , it will be sent east over
thu Chicago and Uoek Island route , and will
no doubt bu 11 ,011 rco of attraction wherever
It goes. It is a gilt of thu wide awake , push
ing citizens of Loup City.
Washington VI-NI Untied lilmiled.
Via. H. & O. U. , is the only Vostilniled
Uraln run from t'hioago to the National
Capital. Every car in the train is vcs-
tibuled and heated by steam drawn from
the locomotive. The cntiro train , in.
chiding Haggago Cars , Day ( 'ouches
ami J'ullnmu bloopers , runs through
from Chicago to Washington and Haiti-
more and no extra faro is exacted. The
Vi'btibuled Limited leaves 15. & O.depot
Chicago , at 7:01 : p. m. daily , and arrives
"Washington the no.xt ovo'ning ut 0:35 : ,
nnd liiUtlmoro at 10(5. : ( The eastern
express leaves Chicago daily at 10Uj : p.
in. , and the ontlro train , including Day
Coaches and Pullman Sleepers , run's
through to Philadelphia via. Wabhing-
ton and Uitlthnoro.
Dedication Services at tlio V. M. C. A.
The dedication services in connection with
the new V. M. C. A. building , will take
place to-day nt : 'M p. in. The services
will commence with the singing of "Corona
tion , " after which tlio following religious
services will bo carried out : Invocation ,
llov. T. C , Clcndcnuing ; reading bible ; ded
icatory prayer , Hev. Wlllard Scott.
Miss Pcmiell will then sing the solo , "In
the House of the Lord , " after which short
addresses will bo delivered by T. II. Taylor ,
Ksq. , president ; Loavett Hurnham , Ksq. ,
chairman of tlio building committee ; John
L. Kennedy , Esq. , vice president ; Hon. U' .
f J , Uronti'h , mayor of. OmnUa ; Augustus
KaSh , 6tr.t < i * ccr tnry : J , A. Diimmetl , gen
eral secretary , Lincoln : O , M , Hitchcock.
Tno ceremony will conclude by the sinclng
of tlio aoxology aud the giving of a ben
An Absolute Guru ,
The ORIfilNAL ADIBTJNB OINTMENT
it only put up in largo two ounce tla boxes ,
mid is an absDluto euro for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , etui all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of nllci.
Ask for the OIUQIIIAL AHIBTIN13 OJNT-
MKKT , Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , ut B5
cents per box by mall W ) cenu.
It Takes Two Con in.
"Say there , you HEK man , " aaid Pi'cil
PiCkous , the coinpotout chiol clerk ol
the postofllco , "wo have hundreds o
your lO-pagoSCNDAYBEES on our hands
every Monday which have been mailec
by your subscribers bearing only one
cent postage. Every 10-page 13 KM re
quires two cents , and under the postal
rules , wo cannot forward the Hr.KS or
return them , oven when wo know the
sender. Hence they are piled tip in i
corner , are n nuisance to us and n dis
appointment to tho-o who mall them
Yon might advertise the fact quite gen *
orally that n Ni-pago Uii : : requires ! .
cents poslago and an S-pago HIM ; re
quire * but one cent.
Is undoubtedly caused by" laotid acid it
the blood. This ncid attacks the fibrous
tissues , and causes the pains and aches
in tlio back , shoulders , knees , ankle *
hips and wrists. ThotiKands of pee
pie have found in Hood's Sttrsaparllla r
positive cure for rheumatism. This
mcdicino , by its purifying action , ncu
trtilixcs this ni'idity of the blood , tint'
nKo builds up and strengthens tlio whole
Loyd Tevis , president of the Wells-Fnrgo
express company , passes through the clt ;
to-day on his way to San Francisco.
yesterday morning the llrstparkaires by th
Alnorican express cornn.tnv left Chicago 1 > .
means of the fast mail tram and will arrive
in this city this evening. Heretofore tlio
train in question has carried only mail am
while some of tlio representatives of the.
company could not trll how the change Inn"
been effected , it is thought that an add it ion a
car has been provided for the express bust
There is no ejul to the tasks which
daily confront tlio good housewife. To
bo a hiieecssfu ! housekeeper , the lirst
requisite is good health. I low can a
woman contend against the trials nnd
worries of housekeeping if slio bo suf
fering from those distressing irregulari
ties , ailments and weaknesses peculiar
to her .sexy Dr. Pierce "a Kavot'ite Pro
scription is iispecitic for thc o disorders.
The only remedy , sold by drutigists ,
under a positive guarantee from the
manufacturers. Satisfaction guaranteed
in every case , or money refunded. See
printed guarante.0 on bottle wrapper.
New York Ijlfe'.s Vicn-I'rosldont.
A. II. Welch , vice-president of the Now
York Llfo Insurance company , arrived in
town j4.'etcrday. Ho is accompanied by
his wife , and both are stopping at the Mil-
lard. Under escort of C. T. Taylor , one of
the company's ' representatives here , he vis
ited the new building of his company , amlex-
pressi'd his appreciation of it , as he did also
the evidence of business nnd commercial ac
tivity which ho saw around. W. T. Hooth ,
of New York , the gentleman who effected
the sale of the ground on which the buildinir
stands , is traveling with Mr. Welch. They
have been to sovcr.il largo cities inspecting
the structures which the company has
erected , and leave to-night for Kansas City.
Ripe , luscious , sound fruit is the
source from which are derived VAN
DUXKK'S KLAVOHING UXTUACTS
without admixture of chemicals , ex
quisite in ta--to , economic because
highly concentrated , pure and whole
some. They arc used widely in the
household , hotels and restaurant kitch
ens of this nnd other continents ; and
tlie bottlca contain as may be ascer
tained by comparison more than the
quantity held by other llavoring extract -
What next ? The American Paper
Clothing Co. , of Detroit , Mich. , has es
tablished an agency for the sale of their
goods in this city.
The warmth ol n $50 overcoat guaran
teed for 50 cents. Impervious to winder
or damp weather , recommended by the
highest medical testimony and life in
surance companies of the east.
Grrinan Stailt Tlic.itrc.
In the first floor of the , new and large addi
tion to the Gees hotel on Jackson street and
Fifteenth , Mr. Coos has provided one of the
prettiest halls in the city. The ceiling is
llnely decorated in the latest and most ap
proved style. The side walls have galleries
suspended from the roof. There is an ample
stage supplied with scenery and hero , every
Sunday performances are given in German
bya line company. After the performance
dance takes place and continues until mid
night. Last night the plays produced were
"Km Weisse Othello" and Smgvccgolchcn"
or Dcr Splconnlgo ICnglander. " The pieces
were finely produced and witnessed by u
good si7od auuiencu.
The opening of this theater revives the
Sunday theatricals of the Germans which
were discontinued at the time of the closing
of the Urandt's theater. The closing of the
German performances at lloyd's ' , which tool ;
place two weeks ago , leaves those of the
German Stadt theater without eompotitlon.
The management and company are as fol
W. F. Stocckcr , director ; Fritz Wallburg ,
leading man and stage manager ; Ludwig
( Jrobecker , comedian and tenor buffo ; Jacob
Ihuiek , intriguant ; Mr. Kutfch , liglit com
edy ; Mr-s. Krafl-Froy , loading lady ; Mrs.
Uosa Hcdle , boubrette ; Mrs , Mouselike , old
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup should al
ways be used for children teething It soothes
the chiUl , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
curus wlnd colic , ami is the best remedy for
diarrtiuM. ; Ko a bottle.
Con vent Ion.
In accordance witlt the constitution the
vecutlvo committee of the Kopiibllcan
League of the United States has called the
second annual convention of the league to
meet at the city of New York on Wednes
day. December Hi , l aat noon.
All orgam/ations connected with the league
are requested to send delegates to this con
vention. The btato league , and each club be-
onging thereto , is entitled to send four dele
gates , and thu president of each organlza-
.ion , who is ex-ollleio , u dolegatu.
It is hoped Nebraska will bo represented
jy a largo delegation. The state league and
ill clubs will pease select delegates at once
md send their names to A. H. Humphrey ,
JiJ Fifth avenue , New York.
K. W ,
Member for Nebraska BxccuilveUoimniltco ,
H. L. U. S.
The rosy freshness and velvety soft-
icss of the bkin is invariably obtained
jy those who use Potszoni's Complexion
Mlnnlo .Maddorn and ' "Oitlt'r .loo. "
All who attended the benefit of the Omaha
'ress club last year will bo delighted with
hopiospccts for another entertainment to
JO given under the auspices of the same or-
; anUatlon this season. The arrangements
or the benefit have Just ben completed , and
t promises to ba as much of u success us
) cfore , although on an altogether different
) lan , The club has secarod for its attrac
tion Miss Mlnuio MaUdern and her excellent
company , who will proJuco a new play en-
itlcd "In Splto of All. " The date has been
IxcJ for Thursday , December 13 , and a mat-
u eo performance will bo given. "In Splto
of All" is considered by Miss Maddern to bo
ho strongest play in her repertoire , nnd in
iddltlon to the regular bill the charming
star will recite the poem " "Ostler " Joe , "
vhich gave such fauio to Mrs. James Hrown
'otter. Those who liavu heard Miss Mad-
Icrn's rendition of this touching llttlo story
ironounco it Infinitely superior to any other
vhlch has been given tp tbo public. With
such a standard attraction secured , the Press
club feels assured that Us second annual
benefit will be such an entertainment that
all its friends will appreciate and help to
inako it the success it should bo.
Died in tlio Wood.
At 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon A. L. . Sty-
ccr , residing at Twenty-seventh and Pacific
streets and D. ft. McICcnnoy , both of Omaha ,
found the body of a dead man in the south
eastern part of the city of South Omaha In
the woods at Fourteenth nnd T streets ,
Their attention was called to the body by t
dog , The bod.v lav where seine pralrlo fire
had been and was slightly burned. On
examination n bullet hole was
found in the back of his lica <
above and behind the right car , On his per
son were found letters Identifying him ns
Uudolph Koll , who lived in ashnnty justnea
where the body was found. In his clothe :
was found S'-ill. Coronur Drexel was notl
lied and his deputy Mlko Maul on arriving in
the city had the body rcnoved | to Hen fey
Hcafcy's undertaking rooms at N street am
empaneled a Jury. After hearing somi" of the
testimony the/ coroner adjourned the hearing
till yesterday noon at 10 o'clock.
After the Inquest many citiens viewed tbo
bod.v and several rccogtued him. Mr. Kobll
was about thirty years of age and was most
likely murdered. Ho had evidently beer
dead several days.
Among the letters found on bis person was
one directed to ISnnl Horthschw , Harrison ,
Sioux county. Neb , signed George H. H
Kohlo. Another letter , dated at Monroe ,
Wis. , March yilv ) , was directed to Uudolph
ICohli , Omaha. Nob. Another came from
some point in Switzerland , which was In the
Swiss language , nnd was sinned by Uosa
Kohlo. From tlio nature of the wound many
are of the opinin that ho was murdeied.
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning Acting
Coroner M. O. Maul , in the presence of tbo
jury , consisting of A. N. Warner , William H
Cox , H. Wattursoii , Martin Kgon , George A
Marshall ami D. H. Johnson , had a post mor
tem examination by a surgeon. A ib-calibro
ball was found lodged in the brain , having
passed through from the right side to the
bones on the left side of the head. The coroner
and jury thua visited tin1 place where tin1 lo ly
was found , and after examining nil persons
who knew anything about it or who were
presumed to know anything about it , re
turned the following verdict : "That the
said Rudolph IColill came to ills death from
a pistol-shot , llrod with felonious intent , by
some pursoa to the jurors unknown. "
Mr. Kohll was a boarder at tlio IClkhora
Valley house , Omaha , and loft there Novem
ber 10 , as he stated , to go to the hospital ,
He had been in the employ of Mr. Knukson ,
the milkman. Before leaving the hotel. No
vember 11) ) , ho borrowed i5 , of which $3.11
was found on nis person.
As soon.as orders are reivivivl from the
county commissioners , thu Messrs. Heafey
will arrange for the Interment.
Standard shorthand school. 100 jj Far-
ItU\UIC ANi > WMITK.
They KIIKIIUC In a Prize Klclit at Fort
A brutal pri/o ll lit tool ; place last Satur
day night at 12iO : ; o'clock ne.ir Fort Omaha.
There were six brutal two-minute rounds.
Seventy or eighty people witnessed the
"bout , " and most of these were soldiers.
The principals were a colored middle-weight ,
whom his backers call the "Black Diamond , "
and a private soldier of the Second in fantrv
The betting was even at first , but after tlio
Hist round it was live to three in favor of
lu the first round both men took their coi
ners , stripped to the waist. The Diamond
wore dark tights and the soldier blue tights
The soldier forced the li htmsr , getting in
two drives , one on the colored man's neck
and om < on his left eye. Short-arm work
followed. The round ended by a mad rush
at the Black Diamond , who Stepped aside ,
allowing the boy in blue to fall heavily
against the side of the building.
In the. second round , both on defensive ,
walked around mostoi the time for openings
Someone called out "muku a go. " and tlio
soldier stepped back and made a wild rush at
his man , but the latter was too quick nnd the
round ended with the seconds trying to get
their men out of a hole in the wall made by
The ttiird and fourth rounds were alike.
The Black Diamond forced the liglitim. .
Both forgot science and punished each other
terribly. The black man received a smasher
on his left eye which sent him reeling back
wards , lie recovered and ended the round
by getting in the flr.st knock down. In the
latter each gave and received ter-
rifllc blows. Outsiders interfered , claim
ing fouls. The men were sent
to new comers , and as both sides claimed
fouls , it was patched up by calling time for the
lifth round. The local sports bet heavily on
this and the tlnal round , everyone excited ;
the referee appointed six men to keep order.
The colored man forced tlio lighting in the
beginning. Hoth prineinnlj were actually
mad with excitement. The necro knocked
his man down , who recovered himself and
forced the lighting to the end of the round.
In the sixth and last round all the soldier's
blows were body blows , but Ills antagonist
went for his neck and head The soldier was
knocked down bya left-hand cut , butquickly
recovered , nnd ] ust two seconds before time
was called the Black Diamond got in another
knock-down , and as the time keeper called
"end of light , " the soldier was slowly cu
ing himself up.
The referee 1ms reserved bis decision , ns
the light was called a draw by the soldier's
backers , for they claim that their man bad
onlv two seconds to recover and by the rules
he should have more.
Tlio Hlack Diamond and his backers say
the light is theirs , because when time was
called the soldier was on the ground. The
soldier was plucky and stood lots of pound
ing. The Black Diamond was quite fresh.
Stock Yards Company.
Members of the South Omaha Stock Yards
company met in the llr.st National bank yes
terday mornfngand among these present were
Messrs. McShane , P. 1C. Her , W. A. Paxton ,
Wnixcl , Dumont , Sharp and others rcpre-
RentiiiL' a majority of the stock. Routine
business followed , nnd last year's
directorate was elected euUre with
the exception of Robert Fowler
who gave place to M. C. CUdahy. The new
lioard went into session and elected John A.
McShanv , president , W. A. Paxton , vice-
president , and J. C. Sharp , secretary and
treasure- , , after whiuh they adjourned to
South Omaha , to look over their prop"rty ,
md discuss matters pertaining to the growth
of their business ut that point.
The most scientific compound for the
euro of coughs , colds and nil throat and
.uug troubles is Dr. LJigolow'.s Positive
Juro. It is pleasant , prompt ; wnl hafo.
50 cents and SI. Goodman Drug Co.
P. J. Fallen , of Omaha , wlm Is managing
.ho Lindsoy-Dcmpsey mill In order lo hove it
n How-ley's Hall , lias arranged to change
.110 date of mill to Friday evening , Decem
ber . Considerable interest is manifested
n the bout , Already ono bet of f. > OJ a cide
ias been made and many smaller ones have
been posted. Sporting men hero are of the
opinion that Luulsoy will win.
Absolutely Pure ,
Tills powdernorcr varies. A marvel of purity
treur.th and wholesomeness. Store econom-
cnl limn the ordinary kinds , and cannot be sold
n competition with the multitude of low cost ,
hort weight alum or phoxphute pomler * . Sold
only IB cans , itoyftl ilaltluj ; VowUoc Co. , Hi
grjACOBS QJI ,
Trcet. Board of Trnde ,
Louisville , Ky. : "Se-
rere cold in the
F > r
nnd Oil cured
BUFF NECK. me ,
At Dnnliti > nd D l n
Ctin . A. VnRclnr
CotnpniiTi llnltltnorp , Mil.
TUB LAND OF
Santa Abie : and : Ccit-R-Cure
For Snlo by
Goodman Drii Co.
Mny nfliml lioillly proti-ctlon "In vniir
iiilnit' Mil sriinctlilni : more nibium-
11.11 n III tic noi o * iry quite "uon. as
Inter U ruplilly ntipro lulling In
VELVET mUMtlon In hour ; clmhlni : . tlin olni
HIT pruilunt will pnivlili * n Mipply of
III.\-u.Vf I'l.v-n.it in itnUdimttmi of
( * oiiKln , CoIJi , nii"l I'liini * . llhcnmn-
IIMII , rcl.ulrn inul ntliur ulliiu-nts
COLLAR lni linrc uro lo proviill ( liirlni : tlin
Kill I HHMitlii. Tlil planter Is npll
known us u uniformly ipliHbln ri'iniuly
In ! > uch iroiiljlo" : H nl " rvmly for
ON YOUR linini'illntu iipi > itr lioii nml Uicfli'it
! < prompt nml permanent. As limits
nro niMiiy ; purmf ! < liultnttoni In tlio
mnrlii't. cmeliil IMIJCIH utll nluny
n--K for HI-N'-O.N > nnd rufiiio nil othtr
LINEN poruu * plnti'r .
t "M'inl two cent tiimp to Sen-
tmryA.Jnlini.011,21 I'l.ilt Mrcct. N. V ,
kir : i copy of I.N-T urn nisi- mint
DUSTER -run Duciou , 11 vulimblu household
THEY DID IT.
What ? Cured among cine- ; the
followlnc. They write :
849 Central A\c..CinrlnniitlO . I
J.imiarj 4IX IXM ) J
jihorcH Tills have curoil 210 nftt \ \
l'filtit ' ami iljswp" ! " . I 7avo Irn or
I'lllMtoa fricmt who is troubled with
iiulwtion and Uu lits iniiio\"d nou >
llCrlUlly. I1'H IWttKKAMP ,
ISltosettc St. New Ildtcn.Ct , !
Kulirtiarj lott ) . ISM i
Athloi'lioros I'llls worked wonders in my
> Sa.-HiOl ll > cp ( | la 1IMUA I. t'LAUK.
Ath-lo-pho-ros Pills aie small and
pleasant to take , yet wonderfully
effective. Invaluable for kidney
nnd liver complaints , dytpepsia , In
digestion , constipation , headache ,
etc. They'll ' take away that tireil
feeling giving new life ami strength.
fttfScnd G ( ruts for the Itenntifiil colored pic
ture , "Moorish Maldi'li. "
THEA7HLOPHOROSCO. 112 Wall St. N. Y.
Tlio most successful garment Introduced
by us this season. The capos nro do-
Thchablo and the m.itoriaft nro of
strong two 1 and the s.lun'lU Irish
Frkvo textures , Also a complain stock
of plain Overcoats and l > VIoo Ulsters ,
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John U. Jacobs. )
Undertakers and Embalmers
At the old stand. HOT 1'arnam fit Orders by
telegraph bollclted and pi'oniilly | attended.
'J'elophono to No - ' - ' .
. . ,
Ono of tlio .Most Successful
In ( lie Treatment of all Chronic or tha
So-called Incurable Diseases ,
Eye , Ear , 'J'ltrant , Litnt/i * , Licet ;
i' , Kidney < tntl A'ni'i'oits.s / -
tredtqil ivltli aticc ta nn-
A euro guaranteed In all case.s of 1'H IV ATI !
and SKIN JHSUASKS. All disorders ot the
KKXIMI , OltllANS CIIUI'.U and MANHOOD
CONSUM'ATiON FHKi : .
Treatment by correupoadeuco. Send stamp
for reply ,
Office Bushman Bloc * , I3tli and
Oouelas Sts. Omaha. Neb
AN EXPLANATION ,
Hundreds of customers to whom we have sold overcoats during the
past few weeks , expressed their astonishment and inquired how it is
possible that such garments can be sold in the regular way at snch
figdres , To those and to thousands of others who cannot understand
this , and think that the goods must be inferior because we sell them
so cheap , we will explain that the reason lies only in the buying. The
warm weather prevailing for the last few weeks has been especially
disastrous to the clothing trade. Manufacturers are overstocked and
discouraged , and to realize cash they offer goods at ruinous prices.
This is the chance for the wide-awake and large retailer. Our ample
resources enable us to take advantage of such opportunities , and thus
it is that we are now offering Overcoats which were made up to re
tail at $15 , $2O and $3O , at one-half and less these figures. The over-
whelmingsuccess which we have had with our overcoat sales , has
emboldened our buyer , and induced him to make several big deals.
We have opened during the past few days over
All from first , class manufacturers. AVi1 intend to make just as quick work with them as wo did with our
Jii-sb purchase , and if our farmer prices have created excitement , the figures we put on this lust lot , will do so
GOOD CHINCHILLA OVERCOATS , with heaviest serge lining , well made , at $3.75 ; other
houses ask ? S for such a garment.
GOOD CHINCHILLA ULSTERS with plush collar and culls.lined with heavy csusimoro.vory
long cut and an excellent storm coat at 8-1.75 ; regular this garment would cost about $10.
A lot of ELEGANT CHINCHILLA COATS , lined throughout with line quil ted satin , corded
edge , satin sleeve lining and of excellent workmanship , wo have marked ? 7.75. This garment wo had
in ( ended to mark $ ! ) , but AVC made such a I/in hit with our first $7.75 satin lined overcoat , and
so many customers wore disappointed , within the last few days , at not getting it , that we have decided
to mark this the same , though it cost S2 more. We challenge any house in this country to match us
in that coat.
We are opening every clay novelties in our furnishing department
Yesterday we got in an elegant line of Silk Mufflers and Scarfs for
holiday trade. ' Prices as usual , just about one-half what others
charge for such goods.
Plain Figures and One Price.
Corner I4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
2O TO 60 DAYS.
This is n disease whinh 1ms heretofore
Ballled nil Medical Science.
Wohavoa lletnedy. unknown totmyoaoln the
World outside of our Coinpuny.nnd one tlmthaa
to euro the most olisiiuato cases. Tim duvs In
looent CUSPS does 'liovork. H Is the old ohi onto
deep huuteil cisiti'at : wa soil clt.Vo h.ivo
pined lumdied'i who have lieen ebundoiifd by
I'liVMlt-liuiK , and prnnijiincud Incn nble. ntul e
cliiilleiiBOtlta World tobrliu H " < 'rt-0 that Wo
\\ilt not euro In loss thiin itlnvi. .
Slncu tlio history or mediclnn ft truu spofino
for HvpliHH has been sousht for bu mover
lounil until our
was dlBcovernd , nnd wo arj Jnstllle t in saylnti
It is the only Keniedy In the World that will poi-
Itively < lire , buuailio the Ute-t Medlenl \ \ urk > ) ,
published by thu b-st known authoilties , say
thei owns never n trtio speeillc hi tore. Our i em-
eily will euro vlien everything el-e htis lulled.
Whv\\asto votir time nnd money with patent
medicines that nexerJitul virtue or doctor with
pliy.slr/tanstliat cannot erne you , you that lima
tried iiverytlilii'eUe ( should come f ) -juwand
Ket pennuiiuntiellef , you never cnnni-i. It else-
Hhetv , .Mark what we f > nv. Illi hu end von
mint t.iliooiir remedy ( ir NHMl rrcovei and
von that liavo heen ivlllloted hu' ' n 'hi rt : imr
Hhould by all means come to us now 10 ! cnf } > In
ten of new ciiins ever g-t jieimauetitiv r-ui | .
Mttiiv get help and think thi'V are ln-e from tlio
dt--case , hut In one , two 01 three ve i after it
appears it gain in a inoi o horrible furm.
This Is n Blood Purifier and will Turo
jiiiy Skin or Blooil Disease when
Kverythiiiff Klso Fails.
THE COOK REMEDY GU.
Itouin 10 anil 11 , U. S. .N.iUiinal Hunk
iHiildini , ' , ( Jniiilni , .Vcb.
To i lit' StouUlioldt-rs ol'tho
Ijnnil anil Cnttlo ( otni'ii'iy.
Notice is heruby 1'iven that the iinnunl meet-
iii ' of theStiiLkhoUleiHof the < > tal.illa I/anrtanii
'attluC'oinpauv hu held at th ( ompaiiy'ii
olllco in tliu c'ty of Omaha , Nebraska , nil
Wednesday , Dec em'ier ' . ' .til . , IHss. at .to cloclt p
m. , lor th1 ! flection of directors for the oiisiiinif
, -i'iir , and for the trati'-ar lion of MII-II other bus
ness a.s ninv come beiuru Iho iwetlntr.
WIM.HM A. I'AM'ON , President.
: f sii'li : THANK. Secretary.
Omnha. Neb , November 17th , Idii.
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* f LI N E N
PRRNVKOTAEi WAFERS are
ucceilbfully u ed monthly hy uvcr IQ.OUO
' .adieB Aro.SVi/e. Kfectualatul I'lititunt
1 jirrlxix hytnall.or RKlnift-'l > t ' " '
Tni. EUHEKA CitsatciL Co. , , MICH.
Ifor stilaamli'j ' mall It// /
_ . _
CI'UKt/t ii Niw l
ihlinuci ci'urr .Cciurnr
.j-j JjKf 4TlY Wl.KMK. Jlv.
l ± ? \ tmno'jt , mt > d * ootliltf currrnu of
lrtflc"T Ornlrictl/ Uiroulh til w iiiini.rtildl. \ .
mitblin [ V'T-U liiiUU nd Vltuioul Slrirtih Cltcblo
Curr.ol ' > C * > J-f Ulaiuatl/ r f rfili IJ.OOO la cnH.
tra > ciiiiiliu > ci > ricUirt > < luYoriu iip < r
tDtorntlj cun J la ! ! , me Uii. Httlfd mpbltt4e. rUmB
The .linden Eltelr Cn. mi LaBillc it. . Chio o
Sui'e CuresE8TABL1SHEDI8GI ! } 189 So.
Chicago , Ills , ClarkSt.
The Regular Old-Established
PrlVSICIAII AND SUflCEOH
Is still Treating with ( ho Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
Clironic , Nervous and Private Diseases ,
Off NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lost Manhood ,
Falling Memory. Exhausting Drains , Terrible
Dreams , Head and Uack Ache and all ( he effect *
leading ; ID early decay and pcthapt Consumption or
Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods vuth
never > failing * uciess.
Jf'ii- SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin Dis
eases permanently cured.
flS-KIDNEYand URINARYcomphlnts , Gleet ,
Gonorrhoea , Strictu re , Varicoccle and all ili es
of the Gcnito-Uriiiaiy Organs cured promptly without
injury to Stomach , Kldncjs or oilier Organs.
W No experiments. Age and experience Im
portant. Consultation free and sacred.
J-hcnd.icenls prsuc for Celebrated Works on
Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Di < ; et ,
43-Thosc contemplatini Marriage tcnil for Dr.
Clarke's celcbrjled Riildc Male and Female , cadi
15 cents , loth as cents ( stainin ) Consult ihe old
Doctor. A frKiiiIly letter nrcjll nay sa\c future jufler-
iriKand hame , nd , idd golden j e.us lolife -
"Life's ( Secrrl ) Errorb , " S" i tnts ( ftamn | ) . Medians
and Hritincs sent c\crj' herc , ccnic from exposure.
Hours , 8 lo 8. Eundajsglo AdJre.s
F. D. CLARKE , M. D. ,
I8G So. Clark St. . CHICAGO , ILL.
MEDICAL S SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
N. W , Cor. IS til Si DodfTO Sts.
ran rim TiiKATJir.vT ur Ai.r ,
Appliances for Deformities and Trutsja.
Heat faclllt.ei , Biii' ' rHtu > llJ teaiatttm ( or urjtjw
fnl treatment ut every form vf illnuau rvquiiluii
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
lloirJ mill ttenjo coi ten hospital uccounuoJi-
tloniln tte r.-uii.
HITC roil C'tKOUI.Ain on Deformities vnl > lrnr i ,
Tru B < . Club Koot , C'urtnt jio of Ihn I'plne , I'lloi ,
Tumors Cutuer. < > tarrh nronrhltlsuhalfttlon ,
Kci ! trii'itI'ariilftis , ) Ci > llup > r Kldiiuy , IllaUiliir ,
tye , Kai.Sklu mij Illood.anJ ullSurilojl Up rHttuni
Dlscasos of Womnn n Bpuoialty.
HOOK O.V JISRASK4 Of WOMIN J'llKB.
OHLY BBWADLS U2DIOAL HTSTITUT3
MtKiNrj A SPrn u.TV om
, UI Illoo ! Hnoaici lucroufully trvuteil. brphl lll
Tuliuti removed from the yitinn mihout ruurcurr.
Hart rovTallPi ) tr.'Ulinaiit lor lost ol VltHl I'u'Tflr.
IVrioii * n mblo to > UU IK luty l > o Iruntml l Iioiun lij
corri-kponUiTico All cninniunloalioni cent < J utlal.
MeJlJntjur lni nim ali ignt l'7 mail ur uipren.
fe-nre.T p iiin-l. no nurki to Inlknta rontoutt or
i n-lor One purianal mttrTlittr [ irctcrrcd. C'HI nna
iKuli ui or send hlstorr 01 four C SB , end wa will
in I'lulu wrnppor , oar
BOOK TO MEN , FREE )
Upon Trlnite , Special or Nurruui Ilna > ui. Imp *
. S/uUlln , Ul t * oi V rloiule , liti yutitlon
Oinalm Medical and Snruv.al Institute , or
Oar. IStliatid St . . OMAH.4. M'.Q ,
FINE ) GUI * AND
Incomonrablv tint Boat
te Left Liver
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
BEAD THIS IF IT 19.
- Medicine tlmt ncuiVt but trial
to provu Its Yortu.
Dn Calender's ' Left Lirer Billets ,
Ttto only Distilled Hitters In tbo United }
BUtos. The only Ultter * lecounlzrd by thai
United Stntes Internal revonno mws ns .Pro
prietary Mndldne. Lawfully I'ntentrd. No , ofi
Patent 110,573. Contnlni no null oils , nfl
eRisontmlolla.no foreign gnlistancn or fluimtgw
Ing drills , A pnrfeclly tiiun inedirlno. comi
pounded from Pure Itoot llorbs mid Old rcachw
plenum to tun tafito , quiet nnd dudftlva in It *
affect. Curea DyHjiepslu Jr Vnlluw-lRimdlr * I *
DT daytt. Ho iilntcs the Ifi > rlH. Inrlironitea !
InactlTe I.iver , O'.ires lilscajo.l . I , Ivor , KnTlrev
lh Kjilneys. linpiovcs the Al > pttr ! Qulcklr ; ,
Reruliitr.o ( the wnolot > > atuui. Kuw Life to tU *
rer Illitonnrn < nM In Omnlm Veh.bytho
. . .llowinz druitjHn | | | hnr.lv. n ItrnicCii , "I'fClKl
\\holeinlf.icir ilia dm Inlc-rnnl of Nubraa't. : lle-
tullnra in lolow !
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"IT V C'lun llor , llnlin's I'liannncy 'liinmr
. ! . ( ' K inr.JY ' 'larkc , . ! . II Brliiunlt. Mm , llorhl.J
! - . ( hrlitcncon. W. K. l.nmhnrsori , II H. I' " * , Al *
Conrad Krur k IV. I'n. ? , It lt miiin , ( lee , lloertoi'
llovd'i I'hnriuHfjr , U A. Molilior , llownnt AJ < ijrpr ,
I'rBnk llellnnn A Ci wlioleiulu ilo i'er ' in ' ' urs anil
I .fit l.irc'r Ililtui"
ami nauuimi ua
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , IIE'3.
1'ulil L | > C'apilal . $100,000
Siirjilii' ' . . JJ ,00 ( )
II. W. Vvris , J'reMdcnt.
J.KnisS. Iti Hi , Vlie rrcsldi-nt
A. I' . TnL'/.ti ix.'nd V li o rri ! ldnt. .
W. II. H. Hii.iu.y , L'aj
DI'll I Jlllf. . ,
W. V. MOII-L- . .loliv S. ( oi.i IN
II. W. VAII . i.B i.sd. HI.UIJ.
A K. To r1 1. 1. v ,
THE IRON BANK.
( uriter l.'tn nnd I'Ani.im Sts
A ( icner.il llanklim ll
Kemtrlcatile for f ° ' 1l jtt > ] jfjjo
tlicUu toil" , pliable Tuction und
Mint * qurtlilllty. ! tJyfcar 'rtco
Ute bait yuuruntea of th
lonce ot ttH.'se luktru
.rror. , ruily < t
ll M > IH | viiliifll
full i > .rtJLuUr for
iif * . fr * ti ' > f rlmrur AiMrl * ,
PROF.r.C , FOWLER. Moocluo , Conn.
uiKlu" urinary t roubles oaslly.nuIc
ly und naMy cured by DOUTUUACaix
Kiilet , . Hcvur.il < : < ise.3 cured ill Huven dayo. Hold
IJ.60 per box , all druKKlstii , or by mntl from Do *
niiuVirtr.crt imvii"n. r N' V ' "H iuwlrv