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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20. 1889.
Collections of Internal vovcnuo yes
terday amounted to $3./j1o.01. /
Violn , Mt Sliastn and Nebraska
lodges celebrated tlio Twenty-filth anni
versary of I'ythlanism Inst night.
Frank T. Murphy , chief clerk of the
railway innil Korvico , left on an ofliciivl
tour over the B. & M. yoslenlny.
The Hebrew Ladies Aid society pave
n piny in Washington ball lust night on-
titlctl "Among the Uroukers , ' ' by a line
13. It , Holt htw boon promoted from
tbo list of supernumeraries and Is now
n mail clnrk on the 15. & M. , vice Paul
M. Campbell , resigned.
A runaway disturbed the pedestrians
on Fifteenth Btreet , near Farnam , jcs-
tcrclay morning , but was corra l be
fore it had done any serious damage.
John Graham , uho so narrowly es
caped becoming a murderer in bis at
tempt to hhoot a follow employe in
Higgins' b.irn on Monday night , was
lined $ . " ) ( ) and costs and sent ever tbo bill
for lUo days.
Ih-nstus A. Uenron , president of tbo
Nebraska Phonograph rommn.v ] , has
gone to New Yoik to facilitate the de
livery of instruments. Orders for ma
chines are coming in faster than tbo
company has been ublo tobiipply.
E. n. Oriniu Is stoppiuc at tlic Millard.
D. M. Sulllvnn , of Uiokcn How , is nt the
OcorKO K. Uontncton , ot Falls City , Is nt
J. A. Avert , of David City , is stopping at
Jl U. Pogg , ot Ucntrlcp , is rcfjistcied at
I' . Touby , of Grand Island , is rccistcred nt
John Bunco , from Kansas City , refjisterd
at the Mllltird
Thomas Wolfe , fiomtlio city of David , is
nt the Murray.
SV. J. liullock , of Fremont , can bo fouad
nt the Murray.
W. 15. Kpndill and son , of Lincoln , are
jests at the Murray.
E. Uuttcrllcld , of Denver , was scon in the
.Murray rotunda lust night.
Dr. H. K. Grinin uiul C. H. Young , of the
Capital city , ai o at tlio Milhird.
Miss Mabul IJiton hus loturncd from Mag
nolia , Iowa , wlicio bho visited fi lends for
Gcncr.il Hrooko and family left Omaha
yesterday for a visit at Mrs IJrooko's homo
In New Hampshire.
Key. Mr. IJ.irry , Into of Lcavonworth ,
with his family , Is in the city , on his w.iy to
Sidno.v , where ho Is to act as chaplain for
the Boldleis located at that point. Ho made
a Hying visit to Fort Omuli.i yustcrdry.
Will Ilrlni : Suit.
Architect Meiers will bring a suit for
heavy damages against the city on account
of the action taken by the city council with
reference to thu cltv hall plans. Ho Ins
employed Ouncr.il Cowiii to prosecute his
claim in the United States com t.
Fisher Printing Co. , 1011 Fnrniim St. ,
telephone 1U01 , blank book makers , etc.
Dnn Clark Is Rc-arrcstetl.
Dan Clark just finished serving a three
months term in tlio county Jail yesterday for
attempting to murder Charles Krug with
a hatcnct. Ktug is a grocer at Thirtconth
one ! Viiiton streets , and the cowardly att.iclc
was niado whllo ho was bending over a
bairel of potatoes. Clark was io-arrcstod as
BOOH as ) io was released from jnil. on com
plaint of Kiixg , xho wishes him bound over
to keep the peace.
Notice to Blaster Plumpers.
A state contention of the master
plumbers of Nobrabka will bo hold in
this city on February i and 2o , nt the
Murray hotel. All reputable master
plumbers in the state uro hereby in
vited to bo present , whether theylmvo
received a special invitation or not. A
banquet will bo tendered by the Omaha
Master Plumbers' association on the
evening of the Uml. By order
N. B. IIUSSKY.
WANTS HEll TllI.iK CLEAR.
Mn ) . MofTntt Brings Action to Annul
At the November lei in of thoTJnited States
circuit court Amelia D. Moffatt rccovoicd a
Judgment against CImilcs A. Thiomail for
$1,400 , About the middle of January last the
plaintiff caused an execution to bo issued on
the Judgment and levied upon two lots in
Bowery Hill to satisfy the claim. In the
meantime , however , to ovailo payment of the
Judgment , it is claimed Thiomuu convoyed
the pioporty by deed to Katie Stomm , ns se
curity for an alleged loan of $11,000. The
plaintiff avers thut Katie Stcmm Is a daughter
of Thitiinnti ; Una the conveyance of the
property was rnado without any adequate
consideration and that it was done after the
suit was instituted lor the sole purpose of
defrauding his cieditors , tlint Tlucnmn has
no other piopcrty upon which to levy and
that the present handulcnt mortgage Is a
cloud on thu title of the picmlscs , hindering
the sale under the execution. According to
this state of affairs Mrs. Mollat applied to
the distiict couit yesterday asking that the
mortgage he cancelled and th.it the prop
erty bo doclaicd to bo the premises of Thio-
man free Irom the encumbrance in ordertlmt
the plaintiff's wilt against it may bo put into
For beauty , for comfort , for improve
ment of the complexion , line only l'o < 5-
zonl'aPouedor ; tlioro ia uothuitr cciual
to it .
_ _ _ _
A Delegation Pinmtlio MolropolU ol'
UuiisiiN Visits Oiiiulin.
A delogution of eleven businessmen from
Wichita , Kan. , arrived in Omaha last night
nnd arc ipjartoiod at tlio Paxton. They
cotuo to Investigate the paving Interests , tea
the stock yards utid become acquainted with
tbo best built western city , with a view to
taking pattoins for public improvements In
their town. The purty is headed liy Hon
Marsh Murdoek , editor of the Wichita
Eagle , and one of the best known men in
Kansas. He is accompanied by Fiodtnick
N. Pcck.oditorof thoK\unmg Xuws.Heaoin ;
W. A , Thomas , A. 1) It.uni's , ( . ; \V. Cle
ment , A. N.Viissmi. . capitalists ; M W
Levy , lucsidcnt of the Wichita National
baulc ; A. W. Oliver , a hanKer ; CJ. H. Hlack
wollors another bunker ; .lames Allison and
JF. fahorwooil , loal cstatu dcalnis. They
represent the board of ti.iilo , and aru ail
line looking men. Murdock ought to
nialio an nrmy of ncquuiutanceu
before ho leaves Omaha. Ho is an enthusi
astic and thoroughly public spirited iiiixn ,
served in the state senate four or 11 vo terms ,
and conducts the best dally paper printed in
Kansas. The cntlie party aio loud in pinises
of their town. Tlioy say she ha * alicndy
passed Topeka , Atcliison and Lcuvenwoi Hi.
both in giowili and business , and will soon
distance tiioiu. They projioso now to pave
eevernl miles of strceU , and having heard of
Omalm's superior improroincnta in
that line , caino up to got a few
pointers. Charley Smitrcs met thorn at
the depot and looked after their comfoit.
This morning at' o'clock
, they will bo met
by a coinmltico from tlio clmtnbor of com-
increo nnd taken to South Oinnliu for a look
Bt the stock iurds and packing houses.
After returning from there the propramuio
contemplates a diivo through the city
ourlm , ' the afternoon and an informal ban
No one should delay when they have
a coucrh or cold , when a fiO cent bottle of
Bigolow'b Positive C'uro will promptly
nml Huffily euro them. Dollar elvo ohoap"-
est for family vtbo or ehrouio cutcs.
HACK TO A IIAl'PY HO JUS.
A California PhjHlclnii Itcscuca an
Ycstcadar over the H. & , M , Dr. Hard
ing , with his adopted daughter nnd little hey ,
returned home , after an eventful experience
of several weeks. Ho was elated over the
success of his venture , nnd returns homo in
excellent spirits , although crippled llnnn-
Six weeks ngo ho left his homo in San
Francisco In < carch of bis adopted daughter ,
who hnd been kidnapped , and who , Jio
beard , had been taken to Ht Louis. The girl
in question is fourteen jcars of nge , of pleas
ing appearance , nnd luul been living with
him from the time of her mother's ' death ,
which took place several years ago She had
two sisters , both of whom , It is claimed ,
were disposed to a reckless life nnd hnd not
been demeaning themselves in a most respec
table manner while on the coast. One of
these , it appears , had made up her mind to
have her joungcr sister , whoso name is
Anglo Ferguson , live with her , and ono day
when the latter vuitud her locked her up
nnd kept her concealed \\ithout informing
the doctot ns to her w hereabouts. At
an opportune moment the tndor sister
and the younger ono took a tram and wont
to St. Louis Thus tlio former , who at dif
ferent tunes has been known as Mrs trn- !
buin and Mrs. Hairy Myers , secured em
ployment In the Crystal Palace theater , n
vaiiety place of cntcttainmcnt , In which the
woman did what is populiuly known as
chair-warming During the day she kept
her joungcr sister locked up In her house
and tit night entrusted her to thu care of an
other unman who was particularly watchful
lest the girl should go out upon the sticct
and make her escape. She was always under
espionage , but notwithstanding the little one
at times made frantic effoits to > again her
bboi ty. During liar Imprisonment the young
girl was frequently visited by men nt the so
licitation of her sister , but her resolution to
maintain a respectable life , it seems , was
never shaken , nnd she was nblo to tlvwtut
the villainy of her visitors ascll as her
Six weeks ago , nftei much labar and ex
pense , Dr. Harding ascertained the where
abouts of thu abducted girl and made up tils
mind to have her returned as soon as posi
ble. Ho thcieforo went to St. Louis , cm-
ployed dotecti\es , and , after a gieat deal of
search , found the girl as has been above do-
sciihed. As soon as the liltlo one caught
sight of the doctor bho ran to him , throw her
aims around his neck , and stoutly asset ted
tljat-ho would go with him and luivo noth
ing more to do with her elder sister. The
latter , however , objected , and tlio police
wore called in to prevent the separation , but
they \\cie unable to do It. Tim matter was
about to bo taken to the courts , when the
doctor and his \oung charge left St. Louis
and came to this city , fearful , he said , lest
habeas corpus proceedings should be insti
tuted bcloro ho could reach his
homo. Monday nijht the doctor
stopped at the Metiopolitau hotel
and kept closeted thcie to pry vent as
much as possiblosteps being taken to depi icv
him ot liis charge for whom lie had traveled
so far and expended so much money. When
seen by a reporter of Tin. linn ho was reluc
tant to acknowledge the story let the re
porter might be nn emissary of the cruel sis
ter , but when assured to the contrary , he
unfolded the nan.'tivo as detailed.
The doctoral one time nus a member of
the health boaul of San Francisco. Ho is an
intelligent gentleman , fondly dovotcd to his
adopted daughter , whom he hopes to pic-
seive until she attains pet feet womanhood.
Idle-ness Is n D.mgcrou sPnult
In the kidneys. When inactive they speedily
fall into disiepair. Those obbtinate and fatal
maladies , Uught's disease and diabetes ,
cnsuo with teniblo ccitamty upon the inac
tion of thu organs affected. Cat.inh ot the
bladder , emu csis , gravel and btangury are
also to bo apprehended from a paitial par
alysis of the bladder , of winch weakness nnd
sluggishness are the' causes. Hosteller's
Stomach Liitteis is a line tonic and promoter
of activity for the icnal organs , and one
which can be rolled upon to affoid them the
requisite stimulus without exciting them an
effect to bo fcnicd from the uninedicated , al
coholic cxitant of commerce. A further ben-
cliccnt effect of the Hitters , by renewing ac
tivity of the kiduoys , is to enable them to
drain from the blood in its passage through
them , impurities productive of rheumatism
and dropsy. Nervousness , fever and ague ,
constipation and dyspepsia arc conqueied by
DA51AGCS AND hlO
They Occupy thn Closest Attention of
tin * District Judges.
V. M. Mackcy , deputy clerk , read the
court record and .fudge Hopowcll signed it.
So did Judge Doano. In leading over the
bulletino of cases , his honor called Sweey
vs. Omaha. A slim i oung man with strug
gling moustache , spoke up , saying , that Mr.
Webster had gtmo to Lincoln for the purpose
of making nn argument before the supreme
court in Tou nllii against Omaha This
brought the nester of the bar , Judge Savage
to his feet \wth n bound , and ho sharply
observed that if such were the fact , he con-
sideicd it very strange that he had not been
notified , "lam ono of the attoincys and
would certainly know something about it. "
Tlio young man ticmblcd , turned palo and
Judge Groff was expected to return from
Keainoy jcsterdny but ho failed to putin
Thu damage suit commenced Monday morn
ing bcfoio.ludgo Doane was still an trial.
Tlio case of Johanna Chrislcnscn vs James
C. ISronnati a suit for $5,000 damages for the
death by accident of her husband , Jens P ,
Chnstenson , is on trial bofoie .Indgo Hope-
well. Tlio accident occurcd December 10 ,
Ibs7 , whllo woiklng for lircnnaii in exc.i-
vnlmg n sand bank in this city. One of the
finest points raised recently in a case of this
kind , is th < j determining of llio expectancy of
human lifo fiom any ago and by what is
known as the Carlisle table.
Proceedings for mandamus were com
menced in the district couit by Lcvon G
Johnson ngainst W. ,1. Hroitch , Michael Leo
nnd J , H , Southard as tlio llmior license
board to compel them to grant him a license ,
In Ills petition Mr. Johnson alleges that he is
u man of icspcct.iblo character and standing ,
a icsidentof the Filth ward and the owner
of piopoily purchased at an cxpcnditnio of
f lr > ,00 ( ) for his proposed saloon. Ho also do
( 11111" , that ho has never been guilty of violating
lating any of the provisions of the liquor
law. Ho also sets foitli thai it is the duty of
thu license boaid to tioat all alike in their
applications for licenses \\lio bring themselves -
solves v.lihia thu piovisioiis and lequiro-
nicnls of the ordinance without dis
crimination of poison or loealiu.
Hosn.\sthe.v luivo granted 2. > 0 licenses for
saloons , located in every part of the cltj ,
since January 1 , and no applicants , found to
bo qu.illlled to icccivu a license lias been ro
fused one except this plaintiff. After recitals
of proceedings had before the board nnd ac
cusing Chnrlos Gardner of Inspiring , clrcu-
Inllng nnd securing tbo piotest against him ,
ho says i
George A. Hoaglnnd commenced stilt In
attachment nga.nst L. A. Hriiudhofcr to re
cover $259 on a promissory note.
In a family suit over the will of George M.
Mills , who Hied January 10 , 19TS , George I1.
Mills applied to the district court yesterday
asking for a construction of n clause in tbo
will , that it may bo determined to be void ,
and that the fee to the propci ty was fully de
vised to the heirs and is now held by them
in nbsoluto fco simple uninvested of any
limitation or condition of the will.
The present suit is against Josinb S. and
Hairy T McCormiek , George , Anna and
Arthur Uemlngton. The action is to annul
the provision of the clause above mentioned.
The clause provides that ono piece of realty ,
located on the north side of Ilarncy
slicet between Thliteenth nnd Four
teenth , remain forever in the estate
nnd bo rented to no ono for more than ton
joars in succession , llio proceeds of the
icntnl arc dncctcd 104 0 to the enro of a
family lot in Prospect Hill cemetery. The
plaintiff , Gcnrgu T Mills , claims that the
pi o\islon has mndo the propci ty almost un
The Jurj In the case of Joseph Charvnt
ngiinst the I'nion steel nnd nail works , ren
dered n veidlct jcsterdny nftcinoon in favor
of the plniiitUT This Is llio third trial of the
case. At llrst it was a default , nnd thn plum-
tilT got a N'I.OOI ) Judgment , llio amount sued
for. On Hie second trial u Judgment lor
SI,500 was given , and on the thlid llio result
is as above stated. The suit was brought for
peisotml injuries sustained by having a linger
Two criminal cn os will bo taken up by
Judge Groff to-day , Dick Gramlfm will bo
tried on the charge of stabbing 1'at Hollln in
n siloon low , and A. H. Snrlin will be ar
raigned on the charge of robbing a saloon
under thu People's theater of fri'J. '
t'nltcil States Court.
Judge Dundy was to have convened an ad
journed term m Lincoln to pay , but on
account of his Illness , it was found ncusss.iry
yesterday to scud out notices of another
postponement. The Judge has boon con lined
to his loom nearly tlireo wcsks with
a severe cold , followed Dy au
ntt.ielcof fever , and to day ho is repoilcdas
being very stele , though not In a dnngeious
condition. Ho was thoii'fhl ' , two days am ,
to b'j recovering , but lie tonk a relapse Mon
day night , and was considerably wor-se yes-
tcsilny inoinlng' .
Yesterday application was undo in the
county ( .otiit mid Judge Shields appointed
C. A. Olsen administrator for the estate of
the Into Hans T Chnsticnson.
.The Jury in the ease of llio Mayuo Ked Hs-
tuto conip my against F. U. Jai lies , rendered
n verdict for ? " > VJ in favor of the plaintiff.
Chus Andeison sued the Union Pnuitiis rail
road company for $1,000. It was on thu IHth
dnj of Juno hml that plaintiff w.isdiiving
across defendant's tracks , when his horses
bioko thiough n lotten plunk between the
rails , ran away , broke the bugiry badly and
tin cw plaintiff violent ! ) to lliu ground. Ho
faiistn ncd sei ious bodily injuries in llio slnpo
of n sprained spine and bruisnl limbs , and
was laid up for a long time. He now seeks
to got oven.
William Klliott and brother bung suit
against P. U. Gavin to recover on a debt of
5100 57 , money paid oul on a bill of exchange
lo Iho National Publishing compiny.
William .1. Maughbn iiistilulcu suit against
Jeff W. Hedfoid and A. H Sour for ST50 ,
money he claims that is due linn on an un
paid real estate deal made in August , li > bO ,
when Ucdfoid and Sour ueru partners in llio
real cslntc business. He alleges lo have sold
them a coit.nn described tiact of land for
SI,550 , on which Ihoy paid 6 00. Aitlmr N.
Ferguson also commenced a like suit against
the same parties for $ -17r > .
November 31 , last j car , Paul Honnif made
and diverted a promtsor.v note to Henry L
Cavnnaugh and wife for $200 , which tie says
has not been paid and brings suit to collect
The cases set down for tiial lo day arc :
Hugh G. Clark vs. John H. Covert , - p. in.
George J. Paul vs. George H. Gibson , 10
"When lawyers disagree" Ihoie is trouble.
There arc two barristers in Omaha who are
now in the couits llghling eacli other. They
arc S. M. Crosby and A. F. Groves The
former instituted a icplcvin suit yesterday
in the county court to get possession of a law
liuraiy. 13oth are in need of it. IBiosby ul-
legtis Hint Groves unlawfully holds 147 Penn
sylvania law reports , 100 lo.\t books , ten vol
umes of Fisher's digest , three volumes of
Pennsylvania law statistics , Unco volumes
of Pennsylvania digest and a gold watch.
The value of these is estimated at 51,000
and Crosby wants possession of them.
If you need n porfeet tonic or a blood
purifier , take Dr. Jones' Ked Clover
Tonic. It speedily cures all troubles of
the stomachkidneys and liver. CJtfli betaken
taken by the raost delicate. Price 50
cents. Goodman Drug Co.
A New Train.
The conneetinp ; link between Ne
braska and Kansas hus just been placed
in service by the Union Pacific raihvav.
This train lenvcb Council Hlufi's daily at
4:15 : a. m. ; leaves Omaha at 5:03 : a. m. ,
and runs through without change to
.Manhattan , Kan. , making direct con
nections there with the Kansas division
of the Union Pacific railway for all
points in Kansas and Colorado west
bound , and for Topeka , Lawrence , Kan
sas Pity and pointb east and houth via
Kansas City. Iteturiung , train ta'ues
Manhattan' 2t5 : ! p. in. ; arriving nt
Beatrice at fiii : ) p. in. , Lincoln at 7:50 :
] > . in. , and Omaha at 11:20 : D. m. , Coun
cil Blulls 11 MO ) ) . m. , making direct
connection with Kansas division trains
from Kansas City , Lawrence , Tonoka
and the oust , and from Denver , Salina ,
Abelino nnd all points west , enabling
passengers to visit the priiu-ipal points
in Kansas and Nebraska in the &hortest
possible time. These trains hiuo first-
clabs cquipmonc , consisting of smoking
cars and first class day couches of the
latest pattern. The now tiuin will fill
a long felt want , and is bound to bo
Grand Arinv lOiiciiinpinc'iit.
A delegation from the Plill Kearney Post
No , ' . ' , Ci. A Hont west yesterday on
the Union I'.icillo to Kearney , Neb , to nt-
tcntl a depirtmo'it cneimp'iient of tlio order
tlint will open ut that plnco to day.
Among these from this place weio C.iptam
John Wood , ScrifciuitV L. Allison , Sor-
point M. C'ody , f crtjeniu James Davidson1.
A L\onR , nuil Oscar I'1 .luvnus. The vet-
01 tins pi edit ted n Inr e attendance at the en
campment , which will bo hold for soveiul
. ' 'l
g n jiw. ,
J thus the Mustang"conquers pain ,
Makes MAN or BEAST well again !
Tills powder never vnrle ? . A marvel of purity
streiu'lh mid wholesomonesi. Moio economical
than tlit'oullnan kttuH nml rannat bo sold lit
coniDelltlon with t'lo niultitiuloi of low cost ,
shoitwelKht nluni 01 phosphate powders Sold
only In com. Hovai Itaklng Powder L'o , U'O
Wall struct , NeVoik \
W O\JR A Miu IO.N Disi'iiuit n : !
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
lncorpor.itI'd b , the loKlslitino In Hi" , for
Kdilcatlonnl nnd r'milt.iblo ' purposes , nnd Its
flam hive male a nait of tlio pi cscnt state Con
stitution , In W , b } an UUTKhelming popular
'it's MAMMOTH DHAUlNnStakophico Pcml-
Auiumllv f.luIIP and Dctomberi nnd its ( ! HANI )
SINdl.liXt MHUIt DHAU'lNliS tnl.o pl.tioln
cadi ol UK-other t MI months of thu , \ c.ir. ttnd
mu nil muwii In public , nt the .Undemy of
Jlustc , Now Oilcans , I.n.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS ,
rorlntrgrilv of Its Draninuami ; Prompt
I'ajn c'tt f 1'rl/cs ,
VTTI SI I tls IOM.OW- :
"We do hcioby ioitltth.it we stipoirliiot-
aii.iiiKoiiients foi .ill the Monthl } anil Semi An
mini Draw lius of Tne lioulshuia State l.ott ° iv
( omp.ui } . n'i.1 in pel son inniiagi * un 1 control
the Draw lavs tin m-ches , nnd that tlio MIIIIO
a'o ronditctel wltn honesttali ies- > , and In
Kuod f.ilth tow .ml nil pntle > , and wo autlioii70
thoiompinj to use tins cmtlll a'o With tno-
slinlles ofou.i slgiiatmes nlt.ic.hed. In Its advor
Wo , the timlorilcnoil liankh and llnnVois will
iinvKll I'll/us iliuw n In The Louisiana f-t.itu
J.ot'uile-s which mu > ba pretuntoil atuur latin *
Jt M. WALMSI.KV. l'io < . Louisiana Nat. Hank.
I'.r.UIti . : I. \ \ AP.1'res. . htntc X.it'l Hank.
A IIAI.DWIN. 1'ies New Orleans Ntt'l ll.inlc.
CAUL ICOIIN , 1'ies. t'nlon National Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
At the j\cult'iriy : of Mtiolc , New Or-
, Tuofidny , 31 arch 1- ,
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
10C.COO Ticsos & Twenty Dollars each.
Hahes , $10 ; Quarters , $5 ; Tenth : , $2 ; Twen
tieth : , $1.
1 PKIHB Ol' $ , " 03,000 Is
i pni/r or loo.iiroif ! io > ,
1 PHI/K Ol'(1IX ( > I Is ,
or "ft.PUlii ,
l'ltl/,1 S OP lnH)3 ( ) aio
r. i'iti/ra : or r > , iiouii ) ! 2j > , urj
i iMtixKS or l , < 0)nro ) ! l'oj )
lee pui/ns of fooaio ro.con
1J.I ! I'KI/.IH Of IHDniQ U'W ' ( )
CUJ PKl/US Of Jaio ( ) 100.000
AI'I'IIOMM VriOX I'Kl/1.1.
100 Prizes of JWiU mo n\000
lOOPrl csof iJOOaro . ' IHOO
ItTJ l'ri-/ci of OUnre L'O.OW
1H1MIS VI , I'lll/l S.
OVJ Pilzesof $ ln.ue ( SOVOT
' .nj'J ' Piizusor lOJaio Ut.'JO
a.lil Pils-es , amotmUni to tl.'i'il.S ' 0
NOTE Tickets Drawing' Capllnl Prizes lire not entitled -
titled to Unnlnil prlzct
j--Fiinri t H K\ii - , or imy liirthci Infornmtlon
clolroil , write lecibly to tin : nnikMyU'iuMl , ( kurly
Rtntlnii > onr roildviiru. ivltli bt ito.CuiiiitiicctiiiHl
Niinilici .Moro rapid return mull delivery nlll be us-
pure I Ii > your enilo lnu na inclo ln bearliit' jour
bin I l'sl'AIi JsOTlS ] , Kxprc s Monc > OrJcr * * , or
Nevork \clinntr3 In nrJImiry letter. Cnricnc > by
Uxiiresii ( ut out cxpen&e ) udilu eil
Jl , A DAUPHIN ,
Or.M A. I ) U'PMI.V ' , > LW Orlcani.Tj I.
\Vn liliik-tun , I ) C.
AdJress Re isteroii Lelters to
Ni\V ; OHMJANS NATIONAIItANIC ,
New Ol loans , f.a.
! > I I ) That llio jmsinentof
. 1 iT ) ft NA'rui Ah 11 * NKi ill .Now Orh ant , ami
III. ; [ I nets urn slu'lie I bj the PriNldi-iit of n mstua
tlon Mlin-'d iliuitered ilKlits uie leioxnl/ol In 111. . '
lilKlip.-Ltiuins iheruluru , bunuiuol till Iniltatlun or
uilcnyiiioni xcliLMiiux '
( l.Ni ; DOI.LMt Is thu nrko of din Hmnllost pint or
Ira , lion nr u In kilt l--Uii ; ) in Lib In n ny dinwln
An t'iinu in our n DUO oirorcd lor KM tl 11 i Jfol
Is a Hwlnille. .
Santa Abie : and : CatR - Cure
For Sale by
G-oodman Drug Oo.
llfl II HI 1 PTlccllj rrealncU by the new
Mil LI Poslpn-Dunre Remedies.
lilBl 1 1 1 Rnaiur our ntw iluuliit njri
tl > c. Abwluie ucrecj , Varlco-
cele cuml iiliouji' lnoropcrinon.
Doslon-Dupre fcllnlquo , M IVeroont BU , Uoiton.
and nil troubles easily.milcH-
V I nil C V urinary
BUIUH. BovbiMl cjsi'i cui'j 1 In seven days. 8olJ
H.to per box , all ilniKplxw , or by mall from D ( > -
cutaMfj.Co lUWUUo t..N. V. 1 ull Ulrectlou *
C ATVfyVFJTTTiht1 ! I * ? * TlAC Tf T C <
SfflM MINERAL PASTILLES
were awarded THE HIGHEST DISTINCTION , at the International Exhibition at Brussels , by n Modloal Jury.
A FIRST-CLASS REMEDY IN
Pectoral , Throat and Lung Diseases ,
Soden Mineral Pastilles nrepiopired only under the personal
Soden Mineral Pastilles ml mid dliectlon of un olllccr o ?
of the German health ro tnt , Sodon u. T. the royrtl medleal bomd.
" " " 11 " 811- '
Soden Mineral Pastilles Tta -
. o\en intlioinoit clnoino
Soden Mineral Pastilles SiMinu15r-th6-orgaavor--rt.ina- cases , IhiMr cited has iic\cr In on o ill illoil.
ttoii mid digestion , Soden Mineral PastillesiSn T
Ontlnn Mlnnrnl Dnntlllnn t re U tll lllO t 0\tOllSl\ \ * 111 nil CUll * the fount rOi < M ilt" rcii o tht < form of the painvvsm , Mlillo pro-
oooen mineral rasuiies i/odcoimtuosofthuworid. \oiit ing tht > latt'r , as ihoill o.xac cannot tuko hold In a threat fieo
Irom c.unrili . ,
Qn oii Mlnartl DacMIIno mo I'resorlbed by doctors In dl'-ea < < es Mmnrol PocHIIno haM1 "ow nlio hcpu introduced Into
OUlBll InlllBIUI rdollllUo of tlio luncs ami rhest , consumption mineral raSIIIieS the nutoa smtos. nu.i can i , . nm m
nml nsthnui The benellt derived fiom their llio Is UUOMelled. nil Apoihoriiilpsnml lung Stores at MI conN i > bin. In ( lormauv ,
and oM'ii in clnonlc cases thulr notion la alleviating , quieting and .Au ti la and SItnt \ landth Mr sales In ono jcnr amounted to fur
stimulant more than two million houM.
< Jntnn ! Mlnornl Dncfilloo deseivo the profcrenco of nil similar Qnrfnn Minnrnl Djeiillno wontmostlgttnd by the celebrated
oooon mineral rdsiniesMV \ \ . - \ tiuou , , , UIM , i > M ien
OUllull lillllclul I uollllco i ( lunation's , becausethevau- mil- MVtiuou s , r
uinlionu < il > , niiiiniidnltoratod iiiodiiet of the spilmis , ( ontalnln Mnc\eti2lonm1 unuingiiinnv otlioisho wiltt-s I ho folUiwlug , based
without detei I oration the sannth o qualities of thotiauiial springs. upon his studies of the Soileiispiliujsuiid tholr punluct :
P1H MOKiir. : \rKI'N'XII5 writes : 'M have sjatclied the pITcctsofPoilen Wntors fora conshleinblo pel toil and regard them ns cAtiemely
\nltm1ilalnobHtliiHtorattiirlmlniUcttnnioftliithinat llHsin.ill amount of lion wlilrh they rnnt tin ien > lois fiom M'ly useful in the stages of
nro doubly vnlunblo , inasmuch as they produce simultaneously the most
Soden Mineral Pastilles
favorable olToct upon the organs of digestion , In catarrh of the stomach ,
hemorrhoids and habitual constipation they cause the healing and restoration of the diseased organs by reason
of their exceedingly mild action.
For sale by all Druggists. Should your Druggist not keep thorn , please address ,
Sodon Mineral Springs Co. ( Limited ) ,
15 C'cdur hire dNcYork. .
ESTADLISHED 1861 j 186 So.
Chicago , llls.lciarkOt.
Ibo Regular Old-Established
PHYSICIAN AI1D SURGEON
Is stl'.l Troallng with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
. .M.TT.T.1 .
Chronic , Hemns anfl Private Diseases ,
* S-NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lost Manhood ,
Failing Memory , Exhausting Drains , Terrible
Dreams , Head and BacV Ache ami all the effects
leiJmK to early cleci.y audpciliips Consumption or
Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods \vilh
X.TS- SYPHILIS ami all bad Blood and Skin Dia-
eases permanently cured.
-H- ) KIDNEY and URINARY complaintsGleet ,
Gonorrhoea , Strlctu re , Verlcoccle and all diseases
of Ihc Genito-Urinaiy Organs cured promptly without
injury toStomich , Kidneys or olhcrOrgrns.
S-NocxpcrJments. Age indexperience 1m.
portant. Consultation free and sacred.
# SSend 4 certs postage for Celebrated Works on
Chronic , Nervous ind Delicate Diseases
ffif Those conlcmplating Mainacc send for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female , each
15 cents , boih 35 cent ? ( stamps ) Consult the old
Doctor. A friend ! } letter orc lmay ( savefulure sutftr-
ing ard shame , and add golden years to lifej&3Hock
"Life's ( Secret ) Errors"soccnts ( stamps ) . Medicim
and wiittngs sci.t everywhere , secure from exposure.
Hours , 8 lo 8. buncbjs y to 12 Address
F. D. CLARKE , M. D. ,
106 So. Clark St. . CHICAGO , ILL ,
15 TO 40 PER CENT
Guaranteed by using
Gas-Saving Governor ,
Hecureaastoulvaml imtfoim acRrco ot lliu-
inliiiitioii , resulting from icgnlnr pnssuio nnd
cunsvnucnt pifoet , comlnistlon ol tno K'lHes ' ,
ii uiine u inne ami healthful atninspliuie , and
ol\lutliiK the sooty deposits of iincoiuumed
ciulon upon frescoed walls , paintings nnd
Piovents the disngieeab'o ' whistling , blow Ing
nnd Hinoklng of Imrmrs. and avoids tli fie-
qnent d inijt'r un 1 expense ot Inoken globes.
The ( ! < m i nor < sts the consumer 1'lt AC IT-
CM , l.V NOI'IIINC ; , ns tlio raMiw In gas Ijills
( \vt ! < io full inpi Ity of inetoi IK iiM'di will 10-
halo cost of ( ioMirnoi in e\eiy three or four
months' sci lco nml In laipo liulldlius ovciv
.sixl v lUjs. tlms ictilinlliK lrltOM0) ) to ( XW I'll It
( HNT. nnnii.il divldendson the lincstinent.
OVER 10.0CO MACHINES IN SSEVICB.
We Hill : ilU'lioiir ( ! ( > -S.uiiiiMai'Iiiiii" .
lo anj nii'tcr iipoii llio lm > is of unc-lnilf
HIP uilttc of iiioiilil ( ) Sniui- : .
I'ractlcil tests made ut our odlce. I'ubllc in-
Aguncfes dlstilhiited In nil cities ,
THE GAS SAVING GUARANTEE CO , ,
S. L' . Corner Kith am ! I'linnim S ! > - . ,
OMAHA , NJH. :
Eiealiii is Wealth !
1)11.11. C. WFST'S Nruvn
MUM iiKiiar.mteod Mieclnofor JlyMioila , DI//1-
Hens. Convulsions , MtH , Noiv iiis Neural jlu ,
lIc'ad'icho.NeMoiisPiostnitlonoiustdJi ) the use
of alohol or tobaico , Wnlfiifulliuss , Mental IU' )
piusHlon , Sofioninirof th > < drain tesiiltliiK In ln <
hanlty nnd loidliiKt i mH'iy. do ny and death ,
PremHtmoOld Ate , llarieuno1) i un of power
In either < Imohintary I/issm nn 1 ipi'iinit-
01 IKLM caitfiud by or-o\oi tlon of thu brain , self.
abuse or morliidnlKcn o. Hacli box contains
ono month's tie.itment. Jl.Wn boxorslx boxes
forU'Bontby mill prep tld on receipt of pilco
WE GTJABANTBE SIX BOXES
To euro any case. With each oidur loioixed bv
iisforwlx boxes , nccomp mled with KUJwewUI
t > eiid thn purchaser our written Ktniantoo to refund
fund the money If the tre ijmutit dooi not ollett
n cure. ( Jiur.uiteea ihBiied only bv ( ioolman
DniK Co , , Drut'clsts , . ' ole Agents , HID rainiim
fctreet Omaha , Neb.
only OHO In tbu worljKcneratlng
oconilnuoui / Itctrio if llaanrtto
. - - - curmt. bctcntlflcIWcrful , Durable ,
yCODlforlakto mill Ktrcoilvo. Arulil rrauJa ,
OYprllOOOcumt. NeDrtHtimilirin pamphlot.
AI.HO RLPOTKIU IIPI.TH KOI ! VW.AHi'.ti.
OS. HORKE. IHVEMIOB , 161 tUBUX AVE. . ClIICACO
m ui H - rIN w MEATS ,
Tansill's ' Punch Cigars
were ehlppod durlntt tlio pant
two youm , without a ilriun-
hoiizo In tbo world can truth *
fullyioaLuauch u Bliowlnt. .
, ui-i-a O" " nuout ( ilonlur uuly )
s 1 wanted In onch town.
"OJ SOLO BY LEADING DtlUCClSTS.
and many times will piovo to vou a great
o = ss. Von should not delay oven for a diy
our cninlni ; tooui storo. Wo aio making
n clean sweep of our entlio stock of winter
Konds. and will nniuo jou piicos that will
NEIIVOU" . C'HIIONU' nnd PIIIVATII DISEASES of
Mi\ ; . .milVO.inN suegessfnlly trcatcil.
SnMerlnK fioin the iffects ol youthful follies or Indls
rntlon' , or are tronhleil with Woaknuu , Nr\ons
l > cbliltj , loin of Meinor > , lle ponileiuj , AMralon to
boclct ) , hlilnc ) Tionblisor un ) dl > n e of thu I.enl-
to-t iluiirj Urtfiino , can heiu Mint 11 Mfo anil sj > oeilr
cure Chnri.rc3 rca oniible , f ipcLlally to the poor.
Tlicro lira many troubled wltli Inn frorjuont ccaona
tlnns ot Iho b nditcr , tiflun incoinpimHt ! ltu hllylit
Piunrtini ! ( ir Ijurnht/ jnitioti nml weakening ot iho
f * > stein in it in UIIMM thu patient c uinot nccount lor.
On I'xatnlinnir the utlmir > ( Jcpo-ina inpv ndlnicnt
v > ltl otti'ii bo found , niut ttnnu'tlnutH tmitl < iu < of albu
men will apiuiii nr thu tnlor tin ot u thin niilkish
line. iiiTjiiii ( iiiniKlni ; ton dnrU m torpl 1 ipinarniuu.
'IliLTtMin1 inniiinrtt nlm die nt thlh dltilnltj , i 'iior-
lint di thuuiusu.hkli ii tlicrti'cnml otniru ol numl-
nal uoakn hs. ' \ hu doctoi \ \ ' \ \ \ : uiir inttu * a porlu t
rnro tn all Midi ( I--PS , and a hc'tilthy rcMi r ition ol
the uentto urinary otj-iuif * Coji-ult ition Ircc oiul
2 < iint stanip for " ouii/ Man s tjk'nUor dultlu to
Wotllock , " Jicc to all A Uruss
DB. BPIHHEY & CO. ,
Main mid 12tli Hl.Kanfias City , Mo.
This is ! i dibonso wliioti lias liorcloforo
till Medical Seiuneo.
Wnlinvon Itenn dy , unknown tonnjone In tlio
\VoildontHlleof ( out Lomiuny , anil one tli.ith.is
to cnro4ho moil obatin ito cn--o-i. Ten davs In
lei ent J..I104 doi-s.tlio \ \ 01 k. Ills tlio old i hi unle
di.oj > hcattu r.ises Iliao Hullilt. Wo hive
rime ) Imniliiitlrf u ho li.-iso heun iilMiidoned liy
1'liyiiliins. . nnd iiroiioiuuid liu utuljlu , und vo
cnullun e tluM\orld to bilnti us it case Hint uo
uill not ( nro in litlrin nltd.ijs. .
him olhe lilstoM ol' imiilrfii'i n line speillle
for hiphills hus been sought for but mwr
found until our
wasdNo\eiod , and wo are justified In n iUn
It Is the mil ) itomedj in the Woild mat will po--
llhclj ( me , hmailso tliu latest Midli alSoiks ,
published by tbo beta known aiitlioiltlos ha )
Hi MO uiiHiiinpriitnicxperllli holoro , Onriem-
odj will i nro vlic.ii o\erjthlm , ' olao h IN failed
\\hywiistojoin tlmu and money wltlj pat in
mi'dli Inert tnat ivver hud \litno , "t doniu witli
phi H ! ( Inns Hint cannot euro ) on , > on that hao
tiled ovorithliiK OHII | should ( iimo toiibiio'vand
K ( t peimanent idli f , > ou nuvoi can ( -et It ols'-
when1. Marie wli.u wo my. In the oud jou
must UKeoiir inmodv 01 NISVCU u-cMVir and
jou tluilhmo been allllctod but a Hhnit tim
hlioiildTiy all me UIH come to tis now , not ono In
tonof new cn-'s o\m wet peimaneiitly riirid
Many ioth lp and think thuv ar. fiu fiom the
dlhcase , but in one , two 01 tliui'i M'ni ( aftci It
appears a iln in a moro lun Jn f > rm.
Tins IB it blood I'urllifT nun will t'uro
any Skin or Ioo ! ! < ] fMii-dso when
THE COOX REMEDY CO ,
Itooni Khinil 11 , I1H. . National Hank
Omaha , Neb.
Ihn Liquor llnliil , I'oNlllvrl ) CurvU
lit Auinlnlxierlna Dr. llnluen1
It ( an be Kvunliui ( up of ( ollto or In nitl-
cles of fooil , without tbo KIKM ledc" of thu pu-
tientlt ; IB absoliucly hurmli'HS and wl'i el
ftit apeinumlit anilpoed > iuic. whuthvr tint
pnticut i * a in xli'i. iiis drltiU < ; i' or nn akoho !
widck IT Niii : : ( I'AII.H 0r IOO.OQO
diiuil.aid' * lm\o btcii tnadcituiniicriito moii wliu
taken Coldeii hp.'cl m tin lrtoir o with
out thn i know loiltti * , mid today bullovo tlmj
ilillt drlnklii , ' nt ilalii owuuu'ord 11 pi ( , '
tool ; of part liul.iiH fuiKiilin A ( o. III/IIIIH
rth and li uglus f\x , lull nnd ( 'umlnt ; i-truit/i ,
Dinahn , Ntli ; Coum H II lu ir tt , Joua. Atento , A.
1) , ItBicr . llo.
MEDICALanJ SURGICAL INSTITUTE
N. W. Cor. 13th Si Dodpro Sts.
toil Tilt THEATJtKSTOf AIL
Appliances for Doformltios and Trusses.
Iluit uollltli'S , nppHrntnn Hti'l reincdlos rorenccosi
ful treHtincnt of ovrry form of dUenso requiring
Medlial or Suru at Treatment
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Hoard iinrt nttundante , Lett uoipltul ni.coninoJ-
tlon In llio irpst.
WimK > oit ciuci'i.Mis ' on Deformities and Urncos ,
Trusses , Olub Foot , Curvature ot thu Spine , I'lloi ,
TuniorK , Cancer. ( ( itarrli , Uronchltlit , InhnlAtlon ,
Kleclrltlty , 1'arnlriKi , Kplloinr. Kidney , Uluddcr ,
Kye , Bar , Skin and lllood.anil nilSurKlcal opomtloni.
Diseases of Woman a Specialty.
LOOK ON DISFASI1S OF WoMtV I'ltKU.
ONLY SELIABLB MEDICAL INSTITUTH
H \KINfJ A Sl'KCI U TV Of
All Itlood Dln'UHPB Bucco5fnll > treatod. iypbllltla
l'o ! on rotnovuil from thu syitom without mrrcnrjr.
Ni-w restorative treitment for loss of Vltnl Power.
Persons unable to THtt us mny bo treated nt homo by
correspondence. AU comiunnlcKtloriB contldcntlHl.
Medltluus or instrument * cunl b > null I or oxpros ; ,
Bicurcly pnckeil. no uinrks to Inrtlrute contcutt or
sender. One personal Inlirvlew pieltrrtd. Call ant )
consult us or send history ot your cast ) , and we will
send In plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FRCEI
Upon Private , Special or Ner\ons UUi uses , Irapo *
tency , byphllli. Gleet , and Varlcoccle , with qnoetlOD
Oitiulta Medical twtl Suiqical Institute , or
im. McMi\'A sv ,
Cor. 13th nnd Dcnlgo fats. , - - OMAHA , NEU.
Mas Moyer-Establishsd 1856--Ad5lph Mojiif
SIXTEENTH AXI ) TAKNAM STREETS ,
Cicucral Agciils lor
VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BROS , ,
and JAS , W , STARR
Story & Clari anil Slioninser-Bcll Organs
SI PIUJi:3 ( : Aii ) TIJHMS.
Dr. J. E. llcGrcw ,
Ono of HIP Most Suroessrul
In the Treatment of all C'nroiic , Spe
cial and Private Diseases ,
LOSS OF MANHOOD , alii S
\ ml ( li KHIIS , abi'ilutuly ' riirud
PRIVATE DISEASES , L
IM niQCACCQ hlH treatmimtfor whl'ih
MIl UlOuMOLOi iU : CM the must boaiulful
ri mpledon , and a poifei t sKln
CONSULTATION FBEE : g
bend hiamp lor lejily.
Otfico Bushrnrin UloolOth and
Uouuluu Stb , Omahii. Nee
To ( jilasgoit , ItclTasI , Diililhiainl
From New York Every Tueslay ,
Cabin PIS < KO I Ci nnd t'fl , ucrordlntrto locution
o' i-t ite loom llxi urnlou Wi to I'KI.
to and liom Durojio at l.oueot Itatc .
\L'-.TIN . 1IAI IJWJ.N & CO . ( lni'l AK HlH.
M llrondwny , Now Vork.
IOJIN IlMtur.N , den 1 \ \ cjtcin ABCIII.
Ill ) K.imlolph r t . I hlcngo ,
IIAItltV K MOUllip : , Aucnt. Oiiiuha.
ltoduc"il Oiibin itatort to lllueijow Ux-
rtruoiinc.nenr r ° rIOTer rAItINO MANHOOD ]
* imd MLKVQUBCKIIILITV
flTTTl' "R w"lm" ' llody il l Hindi Effect !
* ' -1 *
* - oilrroriorFirtiirilnOlder .
Uol.u.l , > > . . ! , msillllllirullt ll..l.rjj ll , uknlin"ifi
Km If.llfj rr m U iiuilt , Trnllril < i , < 7l"rlillouilrl'l !
( . Iwj" ? / /tf'ii'M'cficAY cp > .rufMio , " > Nl.'r ' ?
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