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THE. OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1880.
.r the ycnr 1833 the fire department -
mont of this city responded to 19
nlavin1 ! , nml the property destroyed
amounted to only $3 ,000.
Mrs. John Dtirnoss , mother of J. G.
nntl H. Harness of the J3. & M. head
quarters , diotl suddenly Moncluy. The
funeral lakes pi nee to-ilny at'2p.m.
from St. John's Hplscopal church ,
Tivontv-si.Nth nnd Lake streets.
Miss Surah Urandols gave a Icap-yonr
pnrty find entertninod over ahunttrcd of
Horyounjf friends Monday night nt thu
family residence at N'inoteonth anil
Leaven worth streets , The hotibo was
beautifully decorated and Illuminated.
The Omaha Musical orchestra furnished
music , and dancing kept up until the
hours ot the now year.
Miss Corn Smith returned yesterday mornIng -
Ing to hur school nt Peru , Neb ,
.1 O Donnelly , of the firm of McCarthy &
Donnelly , of St. Paul , Is hero visiting his
At the Arcade11. . A MrUIll , Crciphton :
r P Morgan , Cluipcll , O. U. lInrlanUranil ,
Islnnil , II. Folgor , Wayne.
At thu Marker : A Do Wolf , DPS Molncs ,
la , W. L. Htitlcr , Hootie , In. , II Mossmuru ,
lloono , In ; Hobert Tcnvc , Auburn , Nob. ;
C H Munvlllo , Milwaukee ; A. K.Jones ,
Chlc.tgo ; P. L. IMholm , Mobile , Aln ; Jo-
slah PciiL'old , St. Kdwards ; Kov. .lames M ,
Hjim , Columbus ; W. M. Witter , Wayne ; J.
O. Hurlow , Denver.
Congressman Laird would not see anone
at Ills hotrl quarters jcsterdny afternoon , but
was repotted butler ,
The cnso of C. S. Higgins , charged with
elllng liquors after midnight , was again be
fore Judge Heihn and a Jury Monday. He
was foiniil guilty anil lined SIOU. An nppe.il
wilt * Ultcn to the dlstiicl court.
There w.is 11 light in tlie saloon of Chnrlcs
Storz , on Twenty fourth , near Cumings
struct Momlay aftcinoon. One of the men
drew n knife on the other anil the police
were called When Otllcor MuMnlion np-
pcntcd on the scene the bcligeronts made
their escape through the b.iulc iloor. In the
chase , the oil leer fell on the ice and .sustained
some slight injuiics. The lighten ) have not
been found. _
Tlie Fort ,
This cvcnltiR the Phil Kearney post of the
Q A. H. will have a camp fire nt the
garrison hull nt Tort Omaha. Previous to
the dance nnd supper tlicro will bo the in-
Btallatlon of the newly elected ofllcers
Jitmus Davidson , coinmiuulcr ; Jolin Itcunn ,
senior vice ; Gro ory Fuircll Junior vice ;
Hobert Oriincr , olllcer of the dnv : John T ee ,
oftlccr pf the ( 'U.ird ; Wllll.im Alef.oc , sur-
ffcon , John Thourcr , clinplaln ; Purrv Lyons ,
udjutant ; Louis Hcoco , sergeant major.
An fJnrniK'tl Fat tier.
Hoston Grocn happened to drop Into a
Parnam street loclgitif : house Monday evening
when , to his horror , ho found out that his
Bixtcon-yoir-old daughter was rogistcicd
there as the wife ol a fellow named D.ivis ,
nnd the two liatl been assigned a room.
Green bccMtno perfectly wild , anil hunting
up the apaitinunt attempted to break the
iloor down. What the tosult would have
been it would not bo hard to imagine , had
not apolicotnan arrived in time to save Davis
from the wrathful father's hands. The se
ducer was taken to the central station and
the hearing of the case set for to-day ,
"A Fall 1'rmlticcs Paralysis.
An old \\onnin natncd Mrs. Murray , well
known in ttip vicinity of Fort Omaha , fell
down on thpslippcry sidewalk on Webster be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth Monday evening
ing and was snriously injured. She was car
ried unconscious into Whitchousn's drug
store and restoratives applied. She partially
rccovcicd consciousness but was found to be
In a paralyzeii state , owing to the nervous
shock. She was taken home , where slio sank
nto a comatose state fiom which the
physicians in charge could not arouse her.
Fears are entertained that she will not re
A Your In I'ollco Court.
Following is tUo report of Captain Wood ,
the police cleik , for the .year ISbS :
Fines. Costs. 1'lnes.Cases.
January 81,4-t ; ! ui . 81. ! fU Mi
rebiuary l.WI 0(1 ( SU 00 r oo
MarUi 1..II1 ra i.Os" r > o 10 ( HI ! ltO
April 1.013 ffll i.o ro 10 ! 00 1.017
May l.vo , no 1,011 uo n do 1.0S7
June 1TI)7IW ) UM ) no U M l-'l I
July I.HL.M rr. 1.0 to 0)r 00 1,107
AUiUSt ( 3.030 50 i.r.i ro ! T > 00 1.187
September . . . . 1,751 ( ) 1,70 no fV > 00 1-0'J
October 1,477 00 l.ttl'l 00 2JOO D5S
November l.l'il ' M K'M UO
December 1II50J : M8 0) 4) 00 'Ml
Total . J18.173 Oi 8.S9J ] 4ri SJttt 00 13,817
Glaus Sprccklcs , the sugar king , arrived
from California over tlio Union Pacific on
the Goltlen Gate special yesterday morning.
Ho sojourned fora short time in Omaha and
wont cast on tlio Burlington. He is on his
way to his extensive sugar refinery at Phila
delphia. In speaking of the now enterprise
of manufacturing sugar out of oects , ho said :
"It is a now untiurtaiting , und if my en
thusiasm docs not , lead mo too far
it is bound to bo a success in the sugar in
dustry. Tlio sugar that is made fiom the
beet is moro powerful , that is , it possesses it
greater sweetening faculty than that which
is made or put pot ted to be made from the
sugar cuno. licsiuos , ns to its purity it can
bo best manufactursd by being kept from
adulteration. Yes. I have nil idea that the
sugar industry Is abuut to cuter upon a now
era. I have u refinery of this kind in Cali
fornia und also at Philadelphia. "
J Forgot Hit * Urotlior'n lloiniifiiN.
A weird case of forgetfulness occurctl
at the Webster street depot Monday.
A man natiu'd Spanglcr was on the
way from \Vayno. Neb. , to Atchison , ICan. ,
with the body of Ills bi other , the late Wil
liam Spanglcr. The casket containing the
remains was taken off at the Webster street
depot and put Into the baggage room with
the other oxpicss packages. After spending
a few hours in the city Kpungler took the
next train out , forgetting to have the box
containing the body of his brother billed to
Atchison , Thu Lorpso lay in the baggage
room Monday afternoon , last night and
this forenoon , and the baggagemen were at
n loss to know what to do with the ghastly
ulcco of express , whoa a telegram came
from Spangler at Atchison , telling thorn to
forward thu body to that place , ns ho had
forgotten to sou to it while tin was In Omaha.
Tlio body in to bo forwarded ,
"Wo roo'm'd Korr's thread , IJnydcnBros
E. Proast could RIVO no reason for carry-
| Jng a revolver on his person and was lined
( T.fiO. The weapon was confiscated.
A machinist named Robert F. Dyers is cu-
Joying the seclusion of a cell in tlio central
station for taking a gold ring from E A.
Stone without leave
A clgarmaker Is registered nt the po
: lice station under the n.uno.of . John Doc , ns
ho was too drunk at tlio time of his arrest to
toll his name , celebrated the last night of
the old year by viciously breaking one of the
largo plate glass windows in Pcnshcr &
Stockman's store , at 1U07 Douglas. 'The
damage done amounts to (150. His case was
Lewis Gold , who achieved fame a month
or two ago by attempting to drown himself
by Jumping from the new bridge , all on ac
count of a French prostitute Jilting him , was
run In by the uallco last night. Lewis was
celebrating the death of the old year In bac
chanalian style and between drinks cot Into
a quarrel with n follow launder and had his
ecalp cut open. After being arrested , a phy-
ician was called uud the ugly woun J was
Charles Sherman came up from South
Omaha lust evening to pay U bill ho owed a
nercbaat Uero , but Instead of doing BO , got
drunken the monov and ended the night In
the police station. Ho was fined t"i.50.
James Hnrrlgan was arraigned for drunk
enness again josterday morning , having
boon released only yesterday for the same
oiTunsc. Ho was fined 112.50.
Hoots , shoes nnd rubbers. The Phil
lip Lang stock of hoots , shoes , etc , will
ho oltl by tnoi-tgnRoos. The sale will
begin Wednesday morning , .Itinuary - ,
at 1) ) o'clock.
Hie 1'iillman 1 Puuiflc Hotel Com-
puny Unttlo Ovci-Th-iii.
There is trouble ntrnin between the Pncitlc
Hotel ompnny and the Pullman Palace Car
coinpntiA ailslng out of the latter's project of
running buftet ears on the n.mcngor trains
of the Union Pacific , between Omaha nnd
Ogden. Monday , No. I ) passenger loft
Oinnhn with a buffet car attached. The
action was considered unusual , inasmuch ns
It was not known that the deal
had been consumatcd. It Is
stated however that the car was
started out at the instigation of thu Pullman
management with the concurrence of the
management of the Union Paclllc. The re
pot t reached tlio ears of tlio ofllcials of the
Pat'ilie hotel company , anil in a short time
repiescntatlvcs of that institution repaired
to tlie hcadiiuattcrs and piotcited vigorously
against the movement. Just what other In
fluence was brought to bear upon the Union
PncllleoDlcials could not bo leaineil , but
siifllco to say , that when the train i cached
Noith Pintle , Neb , a mandatory telegram
was thcio Instiueting the conductor to close
the car nnd keep It in tlmt con
dltlon until fuithcr orders. It was sent
out from Omaha. Inquiry Was made nt the
ofllco of the Pacific Hotel company yesteidnv ,
but nothing further was lent nedthu attaches
of the company tlccllning to state just what
the trouble was At the headqui.itcrs of the
Union Pacific , however , it was learned that
the Pullman company , the Pacific Hotel com
pany , and the Union Pacific management ,
have been engaged hi malting ai rungoments
for the running of bullet cars on nil passen
ger tinins between Omaha and Ogden ; also ,
Unit thu agreement , whoti'by such car service
would bo inaugurated in a short time ,
bad been made , but that the nmn-
nilr in which the profits resulting
therefrom should bo divided , bad not
been ngrecd Upon , and for this reason the
lunning of thu cats at the present , time
would bo postponed , A certain attache of
the Pullman company endeavored to per
suade the opposing clement by stating that
mote cats weio needed in the service be
tween Green Klver and Portland , but this
failed to explain th" point in view. It was
stated at the hcadqimrtcis of the Union
Pacific that under till probability the matter
v.ould bo satisfactorily adjusted about .laiiu-
arj 15 , when the service would bo inn educed
All the general ofliccs of the railways were
closed yesterday , but the heads of depart
ments wcie ut their posts of duty as usual.
KnciiK ! V27 of the Union Pacific that was in
the Fifteenth street wieck which occiurcd
about one \\eck ago , has been placed in ser
vice again. This engine Is the one arranged
for nulling and heating the Golden Gate
special. There arc only two engines in the
service of the Union Pacific of tins kind.
Chief Cloik Covpond.ill , of the vice presi
dent's ofllco of thu Union Pacific , is visiting
friends In Chicago.
Assistant General Manager Mcllcn , of the
Union P.iciiic , has returned f ro.n a trip to
St. Paul. _
From the Council lUitd'H Nonpareil ,
I IPO. 12 , 1HSO.
We arertedibly informed that thomoitallt.v
fiom dlphthcini , under the treatment of Dr.
Thos .lefTcri'j of this riy ! is merely nominal ,
not cxcccdinc one fifth of one per cent. Such
being the case no time should bo lost in plac
ing Ins lonicdy witlfm the reach of every
family and tlius save annually hundreds of
thousands of lives. Diphtheria is the most
universally destructive pestilence that has
afllictcu thu no fid during the hist hundred
DAFCUTIVI : Omen , COt-NciL BI.UI-FM , Jan ,
T , 188"I do not hesitate to bay that the suc
cess attend ing the use of Dr. .Teffei is'Pre
ventive and Cure for Diphtheria has no equal.
I speak from experience , having used it in my
own family ; I am also" well acquainted with
the facts connected with its use in our city.
W. K. VArc.iiv , Mayor.
No physician requited. Pi ice ot remedy
S3. Addrcs , box ISO.157 , Omaha , Neb. ( Dr.
Jefferis has retired from active practice. )
TULJ " .M US SI A11. "
Selections from it Suni * Tor tlio
The Christmas concert of the Ladles' Mus
ical association was given Monday night at
the First Congregational church. The attend
mice was largo and mostly composed of lad
ies. The Omahans arc seldom treated to
such excellent singing , or to music of such a
classical natute. The audiences was of an
appreciative nature , and from the first
number on the programme to the final
chorus was rapt in attention. There wore
several choirs of city churches in the
chains , notably the Trinity quartette anil
chorus , the First Congregational church
quarU tto , the All Saint's choir , and the lad
ies and gentlemen who have formed them
selves into the Volunteer choir.
The first part of the piogram was nf a
promiscuous nature. Thoio was an organ
solo by Mr. W. T. Tabor , well ren
dered , and the anthem by Triuity choir.
"Slug O Heavens. " Tlio rendering of the
anthem was effective. Mr N. Hrigham sans
"Noel" in Ills usual effective manner , and
the Hist part closed with a "To Doum" by
the Fiist Congregational choir. The
striking feature of tlio .inthom Is a duct
for soprano and contralto in the seventh
movement. This was beautilnlly given and
may bo bald to have been the best rendition
of the evening.
Tlio second part of the programme con
sisted entirely of selections fiom Handel's
cieat oratorio , "Tho Messiah. " The
contralto solo "And the Glory
of the Lord" was effectively sum , ' by Mr.
Pcnncll as was the air. "Hojoico Greatly , "
by Mrs. J. W. Cotton. The choruses through
out weio , attiincs , unsteady , and it might
have been observed that the voices wore not
evenly balanced , but on the whole the ullair
was thoroughly , enjoyable.
Mndnmo Rudolph , Into of California ,
tollb the present nnd future. Consulta
tion on nil ntrnirs. Nothing e.xcoptcd.
! > OS North 10th St. , room No. i ) , to the
Kloi-cnoti Ito in
Yesterday tlio first bnttincnt of the "rip
rap" in the basins of the waterworks at
I < lorcncn was completed. This is n mc-
clmnlcism by which the course of the water
may at a moment's notice be changed , thus
providing a safe guard for the basins la cnso
ofnleaK. The cnglno room of the water
works building and the fourth story of the
tower wore completed yesterday.
The opening of Dejins' hall at Florence
last evening was a grand success. Thlity-
llvo couples took pai t in tlio grand march.
Mr , Hunt , of Omaha , was jcstcrduy ap
pointed superintendent of the work on the
i ouervolrs anil buildings at Florence to re
place Mr Fiddler , who leslgneu Friday.
For dolicncy , for purity , nnd for improvement -
provomont of the complexion , nothing
cqimlfa Poz/oni'd Powdor.
Frank Newman , the fanner , who In driv
ing a team of mules over Savage's crossing In
South Omulm a few days ago u as sti ut-k by a
passing train , died yesterday morning. The
remains tuo at the undertaking establish-
meat of Hcafoy & Hcnft'y from whence the
funeral will take place ,
Walter Mulley dleJ of consumption yester
day morning at St. Joseph's ' hospital. The remains -
mains woi o taken to Hoafuy & llonfuy'H. U
is supposed lhn' < the deceased had friend * In
this city. If any there bo , they i.rc tikcil to
communicate with the undertakers a ? to the
interment , _
A 60 cent bottle of Dr.
Positive Cure will promptly and thor
oughly euro the worht care of recent
cough , cold or throat or lung trouble.
Buy the dollar bottle for chronic cases.
Pleasant to tuko. Goodman Drug Co.
TJtAYMtljANGH AND S
They nntl Jinny Ollioi-s Appa.ir In the
The Hcnch show which opened under the
management of William G. Ingram nnd Will
iam Meldrmn , nt 1111 and 114 North Fiftconth
street , is nn unqualified success and Is de
serving of the most liberal pitronago. When
it Is taken Into consideration that this is the
first dog-show that Omaha has over had , its
success is indeed extraordinary , and Its pro
jectors are entitled to nil duo credit for their
The show opened at 0 o'clock yesterday
tnornlncr with 121 line specimens of the genus
cnnino upon tlio benches , The attendance , of
couise , nt that early hour was
slight , but , as the motning went by nnd the
merits of the exhibition began to spread
through the city , people beg.uf to pour Into
the doors In a manner that must have been
grateful to the managerial feelings.
The show is really interesting , nnd the
longer one remains , inspecting and studying
the line points of the mimv beautiful animals
about him , the longer ho desires to stay.
The pucks of cunning little fo\ and black
and tan terriers keep the hall resounding
with their barking , while otico In n while the
cavernous voice of one of the gigantic mas-
ills or St. iJcrnnrds Join in the confusing
The dogs nro nrranccd on benches , covered
with buy about the walls uf thu hall , and ar
ranged In classes in a way that makes It
easy to pick any especial breed one may wish
to Inspect. These dogs nro all kept and fed
heio tin oughout the show , and arc assured
of Intelligent and r.uoful handling Among
the owners of these dogs are numbotcd
Homo influential men In social , business and
professional circles , and rim entire nffnir has
an air of respectability about it which will
make it , very popular before the thrco days
Following will bo fo'und a wartial list of
the owners and their entries :
Fo\ ton iors William Malr fl , George
Ulchaulson 1 , W. M. Wright a , John Little 1 ,
Florence Kilpatnclt 1 , William Shaw 1.
Sky terriers- . Clialnu-rs 1 , C. Graham 1 ,
John Shcslmu 1 , Charles U. Collie 1.
Ul.ick and tuns Miss Amelia Uoso 2 , Carl
Haehr 1 , William Turner 1 , A. D. Urandeis
1 , C. Carlton 1 , A Hiandcr 1.
Dull terriers W J. Turner 1 , Thomas
Meldrum 1 , G W. Hontl 1 , Charles F. Frca-
? cr I , i : . C. Wlllalrd 1 , W. Moldiiim 1 , Ed
Ucchlieu 1 , Cash Clark 1 , Fred Nics 1.
Pugs-L Cronor 1 , Joe Donbaujjh I , J. S.
Darnes 1 , Mrs. Whitncr 2.
Mastitis Kcv Father Coluncri 1 , J. II.
Cole 1 , Kobert Moiso 2.
Mexican Hairless Lirric Cnnilcld 1. Five
additional entiles In this Ciass will nt rive
St. Honiara George Pullman , of Platts-
niouth , 5 , mother , father and three puppies.
Newfoundland Charles Cheney 1 , W.
Italian G icy hounds Charles Kosters 1 ,
Clothesline , br. , the fastest dog in the world ;
Chailes Sabins 1 , Clothesline , Jr.
Collies S. P. Morsp 1 , John Darrett 1 , J.
W. Paddock 1 , P. L. FarJ.iu 1.
Setti is , L.uvi iclis George Hichardson 3 ,
S. D. Cory ' _ ' , J. H. Kichards 4.
Guidons A 1. White , Plattsmouth. 1 ;
John binlth 1 ; C. Copley 1 ; F. II. Gia-
LlewclU ns S D. Cory 2.
lied lush S. D Coii b
Pointers John Ken 1 ; John Hoiigelo 1 ;
W. J. MeUithoin 1 ; Howard Pr.itt 1.
Clumber Spaniels W. U. Htithcrfotd 1 ;
J. H. Wilson 1 : F. H. Gra\cs 1.
Cocker Si'atiiels ' C I"1. Broisins 1 ; H. J.
Chesapeake Spaniels George IJielmrdson
I , AI White 1 ; Hilly Mii\ner 1 ; J. D. Me-
viaml. 13. A. Pannerl : F. II. Cloridgo 1 ;
E. Cool ; 13.
The judges will make the awards at 3
o'clock Thursday afternoon.
That hacking cough can ho so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. Wo guarantee
it. For sale by Goodman Drug Co.
Miss Cornish's tovof.
Miss S. Cornish , 3i02 Cassius street , is a
rather attractive young lady of about nine
teen , who has been keeping company with
Mike Conley for two or three years , and tlio
'general ' understanding is that they are en
gaged. Monday night Mike took Miss Cornish
to a ball , but he got very angry because she
happened to dance with a follow against
whom ho has a spite. While takine her
home Mike took occasion to abuse her for
thus displeasing him , until the language he
used became unbearable. It was about ii a.
in. at the tune , but she refused to lot him ac
company her any fuithcr and asked him to
leave her. He icfuscd to do this and in Ins
anger knocked her off the sidewalk into the
gutter. Her pieiclng screams brought n
policeman to the scone and the. wratnful
Michael was given a tide in the pitiol
wagon. Yestoid.iy Miss Cornish appealed be
fore the police magistrate und testified
against her lover. He admitted his guilt uud
was lined tl..oO.
Will you sulTcr with dyspopshi and
liver complaint ? Sluloh b Vitali/oi is
gimrnntccd to euro vou. For sale bv
Goodman Drug Co.
Korr's thread always the best ,
sold and iccoinmondcd by Ilaydcn .Bros.
. _ o
Mondnv night some unknown person made
a ciusade upon the apartments of the Glebe
hotel , and eirriod off money and valuables tea
a considerable amount. Del JHaunon , one
of the employes of the hotel , hud her trunk
biokon into , in her loom , nnd $14 In cash and
a note for $ SU , nnd Jewelry to the extent of
f.T5 was secnmt. Sovcial others suffered
Kimilul.\ ; . The matter was repot ted to the
police yesterday morning , but no at rests
envo boon made.
Thlinowdornovcrvaries. A marvclof purity
fctreuL'ttj and wholcsomeni' . .Moro econom
ical til an the ordinary kinds and cannot bo Hold
in competition with the multitude of low cost ,
short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold
pnlvln cam. lloval UaVlne I'owder Co. , i > o
Wnllstrecu New Vork.
rujs xox 'tuts wirui , EIJUA ussv
eKilptlro Ctulojue , teut poit-rixe , to
Ft AD. RIOHTER & OO.i
810 Sroadway , Jfcw Vork.
luidl'upiori rurcil. Hit ft art'
rcpcrlruiCf Nu Kolfc * Hook
CANCER Frrr. I.O.McMICIUT M.D.
181 W t l > Av. Cblc c , lU.
nnmbet cf the
Home Journal ±
Is m good ? i the' ! hMilcRMnit tiutnbtr
tta * . SIX Cr.NTSflt the nrvr Hand !
'I he " VOICi : OK A S TAR , " or the first Christ
mas Kt \ poem by
WILL CARLETON ,
with full pige Illustration ty W 1. TAYLOR , Is to
be found In thl < grand Christmas number.
ROSE TERRY COOK
ltRin .1 new story , "Till' WISDOM OK THE
ANCITMTS , " a story ofdreM and redress.
JOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE
continue * her story of " I.U.MAX SK1NKUVS
MARY J. HOLMES'
story of Social Ambition , licgun In November , li
Tic ! nmt miny other tecUl attractions are tc
be found In our yrcit Uirlstmas number.
CURTIS I't'HI ISIIING CO. , l"illidJphH ,
Mll.t , TKliB , Juno SO , IfFB Th
Ewlft Specific Company. Atlanta , Oa Otn-
tinmen : Ono ot 1117 children rai trouMrd
with ihiMlmatlum anil boll * for about two
yearn Wo irmo horvarioi.o kinds of met 1 *
tno , but without profitmid brg.-i toi1c | .ar !
of curing her t all. I wait pcMuailvd to try
your Rnllt'n Specific. After Klin hart xisoil
mrrrnl bnltln the tllieiun all t iuicHreU ,
nail ill. ' Is now a lialo , heart ) and niMthy
Ctrl twilto T nrl oU. Anotncr child hat
Juit licco-ne nfatetod In the iiniiio nay , anil I
amiitn - ; the 8 , S. a. nutl antli Ipitc n | > ri > mit )
aJ peramnrnt euro. N. C. WAoouMtii.
nicit Hill , Mo. July 7 , HS5 Tlie Snlft
Bpc-cltlc Co , Atlniiln , Oiv Gentlemen ! Our
lltlla Rlrl when tut thrvo necLioh : hroks
rutwliliicremn. WotrloJ the prwrlptkmi
from Kornl good iloc'ort , but without nnr
prclil honest Wo tried 8. B S , nnd liy th
tlmo 030 Ixitilo wa Rene her head bepau to
Ilia ktn'cmuit. Rcspectfifliy , f II. T.
ClurrAiocxu , Ti > . \ , Juno 7. IT Th
Swift Sitrclliol'o , Atlnutt , tin UrntUrntii :
InlsSOfcoatrncleil tiloo 1 inilion , ai il at cnio
( ought it ( ill ) Mclati , nlio trpAH-d mo for nor.
tral monUn. lly his aJrlco 1 went to Crab
urrharil Hprlugs. Kv. , where hli coiirno o (
trentnont win cirvfully obiervril. 1 rcrov.
iTKl , u 1 UiuiiKht , but the next sprhmplm-
plea boga'i to appear ou my leeo ui llmity.
Tinco mnilually lncrrn rcl to sores and run
ning ulcir * . 1 naandvlccil to try S h. b , aud
I nmadlatelynriortnktncrlt I ci imncnciil to
Improxo , slowly at first , but more rapidly
Iterwnnla , ami noon liotbliik' rimali.nl to
toll of my tr.itihlp , Hy hlooJ In I o\v thor
uglily cleauicil , and mv nyttcm f.-co from
taint , ami I ewe my pretant cniulltlon a
perfect cure to > our m 1lctiie 1 cheerfully
Rlvo Hi In slatoniont ttiat others who li.ive
0 'JTcioil ns Iharn mav reap thasome hrncrt.
HAHDT M. BURT , U Went Muth St.
nourii , I.A . Slay S3,1S1 ho Swift Bpccllo
Co . Atlanta. On. Ofntleniou : Abui t tire
Bsari OKO my gonerol health ruewiiy en-
rel\ . I wus HO clehllltntoj that I nlmo t
cloflpalrod of o er foclluf ? nell otrnln. All
thai the phyfllclans ilonoror mabnni httio
ptinmntiit rclltf. Frletxla InslBted that I
fhoiilil gl\o h. 3.-S. n fair Jrl.il. rltliouih I
tho\uht ; It would bo thrmrlag Rwnmonej. .
Attar taking a thorough conrno. rnj Iu > ala
pnil EtrviiKtli relumed.and I mint nay thpt
. H. H. mono cured rmv aa I ill'rnnnil all
ethers M hlle using It. Ai a tonic I inn inert
heartily recommend It ; for irancral I'llillltr ,
B certulnl ) la a spcclflo.V , F. IlniL3i9 , J.r.
IlnHrit , Lt. I ktiorr JERJW. F. Drldgcii , and
VU1 > ay that Uia tatcment It wjrrect
* Jotstn SUELTOV. trujgl ) t.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease * malloj
tree. TII.E SHUT Breciria Co. , Drawer
SPECIAL PRICES Oil MEN'S ' SUITS ,
There is nothing sensational about
our method of advertising , wo ulwnjs
i have a good business icuson for what
ever we c'o. ' This \\eck we can give you
| a bargain in Suits , and it will pay you to
look at them.
Meyer-Established 1865-Adolph Mojar
& Bro. ,
SIXTEENTH AXU FAUNA M STKCEFS.
General AgfiiH lor
VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BROS , ,
and JAS , W , STARR
Story & Claft and Slioiiinpr-Boll Organs
bl'l'.OlAl. I'lilUKS J1ND TUUMS.
Write forCatulo uo ,
PKfJNYUOVAr , tVAPKRH are
ls"cc"'bf""y Ubed niontlily by over 1QOUU
v I ulleH Are Safe , gffcclvaluntl I'leaiant
VUlptT box hymail.iinat. druggist a. ftinletl
--l'articaUtri 'J pontagn BUiniH. | ) Ailctross
TOB UUUESA ClIKMICAL-Co. , PBTROIT , MlCU.
For tale nntl by mall by < : neil man
HrntiCo. , Oiiutfut , Neb.
One of tlio 3Iost
In the Treatment of all Chronic , Spe
cial and Private Diseases ,
Ills form of tioutinent Is neomiueiiclcd liy
these \\IID have tried It , in the very Htronijest
I [ la treatment for which leaved a perfect skin
and a most utauticul complexion. A cure guur *
nntecd in all forms of 1'rhuts IMsoaffou.
All "llsorilers ot tlio Hexiuil orfiins. cureil.antl
licnlth , umbltlon uud manhood comiiletvly 10-
Tientmentby correspondoiice , Send tump
Office Bushman Bloo < < , 16th and
DouKlas Sts. Omaha. Nee
A PLAIN FACT ,
For Overcoats the season will soon bo over. Wo hove had an enormous trade in N
them and wo are happy to say what few clothiers arc able to say that wo have not
many left , wo only regret that wo have to disappoint many customers , as wo can not lit
till. A few weeks ago wo had so many , that we thought it would be impossible to dis
pose of all this season bnt the demand outran our supply ; this fact only domostrates
that wo must have sold them the cheapest. The few odd si/.es which are left will bo
disposed of during the next few days. Wo call particular attention to a few Fur
Trimmed Overcoats and fine Ulsters , which are offered remarkably low , and wo can
guarantee an enormous saving to those whom wo can fit , as the same garmuut would
cost considerable more money elsewhere.
Of the children's fine Overcoats which we advertised last week are only a few left ;
there never were such elegant garments offered at the prices wo marked those.
In men's and boy's Suits we have a good stock yet. Our low prices throughout the
season do not leave much of a margin for "mark down" and ' 'sweeping ' reduction" fig
ures , but we will take inventory next week and as we are determined to have as few
goods as possible to take up , we will make some heavy sacrifices and offer this week
extraordinary inducements in several lots of men's and boy's Suits , they are mostly of
the finer grades and we have marked them as low as other houses would ask for medium
and much poorer qualities.
PLAIN FIGURES AND ONE PRICE ,
Corner I4th and Douglas Streets , Omaha ,
Bim.tonBlfgBSSJ'ig . ' ! iSfgr
The Regular Old-Established
iPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Is still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
uTT n I
Clirouic , teens anil Private Diseases ,
KJT NERVOUS DEBILITV , Lost Manhood ,
Failing Memory , Exhaustinc Drains , Terrible-
Dreams , Head and Back Ache .md nil the effect !
letdm ; ; to early decay and pet haps Consumption or
Insanity , treated 'cicnlincjlly by new method * null
ncver.fulmE Kucces * .
JT3- SYPHILIS an , ! all bad Blood and Skin Dis
eases permanently cured.
-KIDNEYend URINARY co-npbints , Gleet ,
Gonorrhoea , Strictu re , Varicocele and all diseases
of the Genito-Urinary Organs cured promptly \\uliout
injury to Stomach , KiJncys or oilier Organs.
fluNo experiments. Age and experience lm
portant. Consultation free and sacred.
-Send 4 cents postiLC for Celebrated Works on
Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Diseases
eS-Thosc contemplating Mirmge 'cm ! for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Male and female , each
15 cents , bolh ss cents ( stamps ) Consult the old
Doctor. A friendly letter or call may saverutiircfuuer.
nif ; Tinl < ; hnmcancl add golden jeits tolife .85-Hook
"Life's ( Secret ) Errors , " socents ( stamps ) . Medicina
and writings sent cverj where , secure from exposure.
Hours , 3 to 8 Sundays 9 to it Address
F. D. CLARKE , M. D. ,
136 So. ClnrU St. . CHICAGO , ILL.
DII. li P. W'rsr's NKIIVK AND UnAi.vTitntT-
MUST , ngunitteeilxiiwlllp for DyHtrila. ] ) ! / / !
ness. Convulsion , ntn , Ncivons Nournlula ,
lluatli clit1. Nervous I'roitiatlnn. ruui > cil liy the
nsuof iilcohol or tolinc.cn. N ukefulncss .Mi mill
] ) epiL"slon , fiortPiiln of thi ) Iti.iln , losultlnu
) n Insiinlu , iindJoailliiR to mlfccrv. ilt-cay nnd
cleitli. I'l "mature Old A UP. llarronni" . Ixm of
I'owi'r In e'.tliiThUInvoluntary Losses and
Spi-rniatoihot. ' ! ! , cniiHi d In n\m oxcitlnn of the
brain , wilt abuse or ever Indulgence Knch Do\
contains onn month's treatment. $1 n hof , or
hlx lioxe * for $ : > ; sent liy mall prepaid on re
ceipt of prko
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To euro any rahu , With erich older rcr < I veil liy
usfor hlx boMti. ) iic'companlcd ulth < ' > , \Mi\iill
M'ml tlio inntlm-cr our uilttvn fiiuinntui ! to
refund tlio mmiu.v If thu lii'iitinent does not
effect u cure , dniuaiito a isMiuil only by tj , P.
OOODMAN. 1)1 ) iiKL'ist , bole Agent , IllOPiirnnm
btrcet , Uinnhii , Nel .
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
I'nlil L | > CapHal $100,000
Siirjihis 00,001) )
II. Vf. VAIIH , I'rosidont.
I.httlHh. lti.n > , VlLO 1'rcsldcnt.
A. II Tou/Ai.i.N.-nd Vice l'ro > tlilont.
W. II. S. llunitis : , Cashier.
\V. V. MonsK. JOHN S. COLLINS.
II. W. VATKS. hKvrisS. ItBtu.
A. U. TOU/.AMN.
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner r.in and Itanium Sts.
A General llankluu lluulue&H Transacted.
DR , BAILEY ,
Dost Bctsnf teeth K. nilliiK at half rutca.
'J'ectli exlrncleil without imln ,
Kiumlimtlon of the mouth free. Eenil 3cent
ttamp wllli corrccponileiice.
Pnxton Ulk. , Cor. 10th and Farnain.
Ill * > c-ni >
I V . ' Intlltrroni , mrly do
my , lout minliood. < . I lll tend a ynlual/ll
IniitlMi ( w lr < l ) oonulnlnj full lurtkularii fan
I nuio rurv. fn v "f rlmnrt' . Ail'IrrNi ,
PHOF.F.C. FOWLER. MooUua.Oonn.
Surgeon and Piiysmi ,
Office N. W Loiner HtU unJ LtouylMdt , O.nc
Kusliloaco toleytiona , 5JS ,
aw.irdad ilirliliilirKlill tliirlliin ainiMliinljmy
at tlio Iiiteiiiiitfon.il Inhibition at llrii elsliu\u
proM'rt to liu n lint class icmodial iigent in all
Cat.urlia of the organs oCiospu.xtkm and Ulgc-h-
nNl .U lMSTILT.ia nro prc-
cil by plnslrfaiis Inilsoiscs of the lungs
aiiilclii"-t ami asthma. Tliobcu 'lit ili-ihed trom
tlulriisoibiiiiMirpasseil , ami oven In the most
thionic cases they boothe , case , nnd stimulate.
POD13N M1NKUAI. PAPTILMlSqio pi < fcia
b'o to all slmllai picparatlcnis , because they aio
a natuial lemcd , an nnailullcinti d piodnct of
tin1 sniliiKS tontalnlUK in an iindlmlnlshed do
Kiceofall B.inathoprhiLipksof tlii.bohpUuir > .
MI.NT.lt , l'.VSl'ILliiS : are pio-
paied uxclusltely iindc'r the person il suporvlv
im and control otV. . S1ofi/r/INU : , M. O. ,
K. 1C. Sanltaiy Councllloi.
SODH.V MlNr.ltAIj I'AgjlllXS nro nno-
( liiallcd n.s a soh cut In coughs .mil catnirhs.even
In the most cluoiitc cases. Their succesi Is 1111-
SODHN MIN'UltMj T'ASI'H.r.r.S are a .super-
ioi iLinpilrinnhoonlnKCiimh and dlphtliPila ;
In Iliofoimoi the ) ii'sson tin' paio\yMii of the
nttailf. hllepri'M'iitliiK the latter dKeasi. ' , hIili
raiinot take hold lu atlnmil not allected by
SOFiKN MlNKUAf , l'ASI'II.us : deil\o In
uca-id value fiom the liu t of h. ing a vc-iy
l.ixor.iblu luJluuioc upon the oiijum of diges
j-'ODKK MlNr.llAf. I'ASI'IIJ.TIS ought to
be ki-pt lit in ery honia. All mothers are rei 0111-
minded tourguthi'lr child ui dining the cold
bLMsini toallo a j.iitlll.lowly to melt in their
mouths u hlle out on iirandsoi going to hfiiool.
H > DIN : .MIXIIAI. : : IAS'IIMN aio tor naie
atn'-iirlvalliluuKlhtsiit'i c u box. Miould your
< li tiggUt not ketp tlii'in , Klndlj ndili c ss the
Soden Mineral Springs Company
( Limited )
IB Cedar Street , New York.
nn INIC and I'nn'ATn DISKXHHSOJ
3IKN and Wosin.v sutccHSfully tieatol.
YOUNG MEN -
FulTi'rliu finm the I'lTi-ots of vnutlifiil Inlllnt orln
illntri'tliin.nrBre trembled with WeiikiiesH , .Nirnun
Drlilllly , IJIBH ( Mi'iuory , IK'H | iiiiloiiry.vur lnn to
Sue Irty.Klilnr ) Tronlilior liny IMNI | | ( ! of tliu lienltu
Urlmiri iii uim cm lirm llmla yateaml kpitcily iniu.
Clnitie | rcariiiiible csjicclilly to llu ) poor.
Tlicrouroinuny lioiiblirt nltlitoo frpcfiiient eviio-
iiialcinHol the tiliiililcr , olleii utuiiiinniileil h > itML'lit
K > * tim liitiiiuiiiiii llw I'Blti nt ciituiut uuouiit for.
< /iiL niiiliiliiirllieiirliiiirv ilcno'.iiH 11 ro y Hi'iliinuiit
will ellen ho muml.niiil > nni llm < iinii" " ! P irlicli-B of
iiliiuinen Kill IIIMH ur , or tliu tolor Hill buof il Inln
mllkltli hue. nenln i linii/lnn to u ilnric nr tiirphl IIP-
lii'iirniicii ThiieiiietiiHii ) men wlimlioof tliisuilll.
iiilty , lcii Riit < il tliu < HIIM ! . wlili li l the wrimJ
itiiKoot iiciniliml niukiit'ti Thi ) iloUur lll xiinr
iinti-aniioilfitLuroliuillcii'- ' ) ! ri nml 11 heultliy
rcKtoi.itldiiortlie tenlt' " urinnrv nniii , Loniultii
lion Iree w-wl lor . ' lout tlamp
"Young Man's Friend , or Gu'do to Wcdlo : ! : , "
IIIDi : TO U.I. , ADIIItl SS
DR. SPINNEY & CO. ,
N.i : . Tor ICtll \ Dnuclaa Sts. , or National Dla
prniui ) , roinu I. til aiuUluiii , Kaiibust'lty , Mo.
Mention thin paper ,
Meatrtntile for jiowerfiiliro
fcetic tone. pfllTbla action and
tfc b t guarauuin ot th e c l-
leoca of mesa Inttrumento.
1 1 nun Va d nil unmrytroublo cai.lly.iiilcic.
MUllL I lyiindrtAfcJyoiired by DOWUllAUaif
Billet , bmeml cases cu ted 111 seven day . Bold
H cu per box. ull iKKlhti , or by mall from UIH
cutttMff.Co JU' WlmeSt..N V , 1 nil DlieclioiH
DCCDI CCC AUK THB IIJWP.
rhtnLtoo sow t/y u.j < .i i *
MEDICAL X SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
- * *
N. W. Cor. 13th & DodRO Sta.
ron TOD TU ATMKVT or AI t.
Appliances for Deformities and '
ncMt facilities , apparatus ni ] remedlos for BUCCCS * .
nil treatment ot every form ut disease rouulrlnz
lie llc.il or Suriflcnl Treatment.
FIFTY ROOM3 FOR PATIENTS.
Ioaril nml ultendimoej bctt hospital accommoda
tions In the west.
\\HITE roll CIIICIJLAIU on Doformlllei'ind rirnco.
Tru < oMlub Knot. Curvature of the Pplno , IMlel ,
Tumors , Cnaoer. Catarrh , llronibltlo , InluiUUoa ,
Klotlrlcltjr , I'nrnlrtiB , Epllcpiy. Kidney. Illailclor ,
Kje , liar , hkla and lllood , an J uU Wurnlcil Oporatloni
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
HOOK ON DISEASES or WOMKN 7nbE.
ONLY RELIABLE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
MAltlXCl A BI'K-IU/TV Off
AII IllooJ Dlseinci lueceofullf tro itoil. H/pbllltla
I'olffou removed /rora tbo ijileni Hltboiit mercury.
New itfuurntlvu trentraunt ( urlom itt Vital 1'ower.
IVrinn nimble to vltlt in may he treatoil at home br
currLMinndcnco All romiuunloutloiiH coiitldentlal.
Aledltfnes or Innlruravnts tuiil Ujr laall r nvprosi.
recurely poekcx ! . no ninrki to Initlcnto contunti or.
cnlcr Oni * personal Interrluir preferru I CHI * nc
consult ui or roiid hlitorr of jaarci.su , und we nltl
Mud in plain wrapper , cor
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon PrtvMo. Special or rterronii DUcaici. 1mm-
tcncy.Hyiihllls , ( Jl tlan < l Vane ctlo , with yuciiloa
OmalM Medical end Snravial Institute , or
ItU. SZoBIENAniV ,
Oar. 13th and Dodse Sw OMAHA. J < RB.
2O TO 60 DAYS.
This ib it rtibC'iiso which lins hciutofoio
llullicd ll Mcdionl boionco.
Vn hiivi- Huni-dy , unknown to inyo inln the
Woildoutblde otiiur Compmy.uiid onu tlmt has
\DVIU ; ; E'AIIII : >
to curi ! tlio must ouaiMiatotniuj. I'ua ilnysln
lucintcusL'hcioos tlioiorlc. . H Is the old c hronlo
clei'ii Hoateil ciii'H i.iaL \ \ , > soil clt.uliuva \
ctiiedliuiiditfiHwho luup licen flmiiiloncil by
I'hMilcliinh und prom/tmud Incu nblu. and wa
chullcnijothi ) World toiiinu in I'Wio Hint wo
\ \ 111 not c urn In lens tlmn hUtv d.n .
Mme tlio history ot nii'dicliii ) n tiiumpaclllo
for hsjihlllK 1ms boon Bought for b" mover
was dim o\ci el , nnd oarJ jiistlllelln
Ills the only Hi'lileily In tlio \ orld Hint III lioi-
Hlvoly i nrt' IICC.UIHO tlio latpsl Muildal Uniku ,
tiuhllihi'il liy HID b st knonii uutliurltli'H , say
ln m ns inwratinoiijiwHlo li-foin. Oiirrem.
cily Mill rniuttlien oveiUhinK el o h n rallud.
\\fiy aMooiii tlmii and money nllli iiutciit
meillilnoi. tlmt iimei had \liluo ordoitor wltli
phyitli Inn i that ( inmol emu you , you that have
tiled ( \Mttiiiu'l < o nhoulcl lomui'.i ui juwunil
Ki'tpouiittiient ii'Ht'f , > ou Dover cniiKw ItolMO-
. Mark wiuit wo KIIV. In the mil vou
iiin t t ikcuur rumodvor NliNI.Il rrcavui and
roil tlmt liavu been allllctrd bui iv 'hurt "jmo
fcliould by all mentis coinoto u1 * now -.nt or.oJn
tinof new ca 'H n\oi cit liuimununur rtiiod.
Mnny not help und think Ihoy nr fn-o fiom tlio
rtlsi-iiie , but In one , two or three yoni * ftr It
moio hotrible form
ThiH is ii niood JJiiriflcr und will Cure
any Skin or Ulooil DUousu whim
UvcrythliiR 1-lbo Fulls.
THE COOK REMEDY CO , '
Hoiiin 10 nml 11 , II. .S. National Dank
building OiiiiUin , Nelj. '
COLD MEDAL PARIS f.XrOSlTlON 1113.
Nos. 303-4O4-I7O-OO4. I
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