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Colloctloiifl of Interim ! rovcnuo yes
tordny , $13,209.07.
The Hrothurhood of Railroad UrnUc
nion will flvo Its second minimi bull In
MriBonic hull on tlio night of March 15
On next Tuesday night the Turn-
voroln will give another Indies' sociable
which will include a gymnnstlc exhibi
tion nnd close with a ball.
John Itoth and Christian Roodol
wore before Judge Borka yesterday
charged with being the dirttcsl look
ing vnps ot the season. Ho gave then
llftcon days each to clean up.
A meeting of the citizens Interested
In public Improvements In the northori :
part of the Sixth ward , will bo hold nl
110 opera house in Central park this
evening , at 7:150 : o'clock.
Chief Sciivoy linn had printed n. varl
oty of blanks , which systematizes his
wont to a great degree. One of these
is a blank suminarixing each day all the
ari'cats and other work of the police
J. I' . Thompson , of the U. S. A. , la nt th
J. K. Hunt , of Hustings , was nt the Millnn'
.1. U. Crawfoid , of West Point , is n
at the I'uxtoii ,
J. D. McUonnlil , of Fremont , Is registered
nt the Murray.
A. C. Collon , of JJcatrlcc , registered at tli
Puxtoti lust night.
M. M. Stewart nnd wife , of Berlin , Neb.
nro nt tlio Millnnl. _ _
* L. iJTSellor , of Llncoln , Neb. , was at tin
George L. Osborn , ot Davenport , la. , wai
In tlie city yesterday.
W. J. Houston , of Lincoln , registered a
tlio Mlllanl yesterday.
Tliomns C. Patterson , of North Platte , Is
stopping at thu Murray.
.1. J. Stubb ? , of Oakland , Neb. , ia among
the guests at , the I'axton.
A. U. Hrailon , general manager for the
Equitable Life Insuranes company , is spend
Ing a day or two In the city. Ho Is at the
A. S. Hrowndl and daughter Helm , o
Illinois , J. M. Hrownoll , of Minneapolis , ant :
Dr. lirownoll , of Spirit Lake , la. , are In the
city , called hero by thb deuth of Mrs , Mary
Ann Urownell. _
AVultiiit : fur Grills.
Tot Emory and Marjorie Burns liavo been
entered at the Creche , and the children
tioardlng thcro now number four. The
principal reason that more have nut been
entered Is due to the lack of cribs , thuso
ordered from the east not having arrived.
In Mental Gloom.
Jailor Joe Miller took .lames Cole , nn In
sane man , to the Lincoln asylum yesterday ,
Charles Fiddler was brought back lo the
county jail from the asylum. Ho had been
In that Institution for nbout eight months
nnd liiH deincntcit condition has.not 1m
proved. Ho will bo taken to the poor farm ,
Charles Hodell , a vagrant , was plvcn
fifteen days , four on broad and water.
Barton Hllcs , the smilor , tnado his weekly
appearance in court yesterday for being
drunk , and paid his usual fee , $ . " ) and costs.
John Koth , charged with. vagrancy , got
very wrathy Indeed when sentenced to llf teen
days. ' hard labor.
Trouble With a Ton out.
W. P. Wilson who rents a barn from
Jacob Smith has faded to pay for the use of
It for two months , and Smith ordered him to
vacate. Wilson refused to do so and Smith
removed the tloors and other port
able portion of the barn so that the delin
qucnt could not use it. Ho in turn had the
proprietor arrested on the charge of mali
cious destruction of property. When the
case ciiiuo up for trial Smith was dis
Following nro the marriage licenses is
sued yoitordny la the county court by Judge
Name and Residence. Age.
t Meyer Silver , Omaha 20
j Sarah Newman , Omaha 20
I George Prescott , Omaha 23
j Mary Jane Hammond , Omaha
j Louis Mason , Omahn 31
I Etnella Norman , Omaha . . . . .2(5 (
" \Vlilti Cups on the Brain.
Stuart Kcod , a demented' pauper at Nine
teenth and Vinton , who imagines that ho
lias a half interest in all the possessions of
Tom Murray , was at the police court again
yesterday. A few weeks ago ho was incarcer
ated because ho was carrying a revolver
with which ho said ho intended to kill a man
who had committed n murder twenty years
ago , This tlmo ho came of his own accord
nnd told the police a number of wild stories
about the white e.ips being lifter him anil
how ho him narrowly escaped with his life
on several occasions.
Hulled , Chained nntl lionTcil.
Ycs caday half a dozen prisoners from
the city jail wcro put to work cleaning the
gutters mid street crossings on Douglas nnd
its Intersections. Four of the fellows
worked and did some Hht uorvico in re
moving a considerable amount of rubbish.
Two , Gort McCoy and II. Johnson , each hud
a leg decorated with a chain and ball. Thcso
worthies refused to work. The policeman In
charge of the gang miulo no attempt to compel
these two to work , satisfying himself that
there was no law on earth which would force
these men to work unless they wanted to.
There was a crowd of about two hundred
people around the spectacle during the morn
ing. One spectator said that ho thought It
was bad policy to exhibit men on the street
or to expect thorn to work when the work of
could not bo exacted from them. Ha thought
the exhibition was demoralizing.
The Chief Did Not Sine-
The announcement that Chief Soavov waste &
to render a solo at the Hlllsido Congrega
tional church entertainment Thursday night
proved a mistake , but was a great drawing
card nevertheless , ns the chuch was crowded
with people , and a merry evening was
passed. About twenty-va ! ! members of the
police force , with tliolr wives , wcro present.
The programme presented was mainly
musicaland the various renditions nro highly
I * spoken of. The chluf took part , but did not all
h sing , giving Instead a select reading , enti
tled "The Unttlo of Kooky Canyon. " Mrs. no
Scuvoy and bur sister , Miss Uooloy , rendered
vocal solos and ducts. Among thu other fcul
tures were a Diiino solo by Miss Comstock , n
vocal solo by Ur. Wlilnncy , a duet by Mr.
and Mrs. McCulloch , and selections by
mixed and nmlo quartettes , A collation of
Ice cream and cake was served ,
A Now Train.
The connecting link between Ne
braska nnd Kansas has just boon placed
In service by the Union i'acillo railway. of
This train leaves Council HlutTs daily at
4:45 : a. in. ; leaves Omaha at 5:05 : a. in , ,
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 nnd Colorado west , H18
bound , and ( or Topokn , Luwronco , Kan lars
sas City and points cast and south via
Kansas City , Returning , train leaves
Munlinttiui tit ii-5 ; p , ni. ; arriving at
Hcatrlca nt 0:25 : p. ID. , Lincoln at 7:50 :
p. in. , and Omaha at 11:20 : p , in. , Coun
cil Hlnirs 11 MO p. in , , making direct
commotion with Kansas division trains
from Kansas City , Lawrence , Tonokn
nnd the vast , and from Denver , .Sauna , that
Abcllno nnd nil point * west , enabling
tKmoiigcra to visit tlio principal points
in Kansas and Nnbrnslui In the shortcut ing
posHlbln tlmo , Thorn trains have lirut-
class equipment , consisting of smoking
corn and drift-class day coaches of the cola tions
latnjt pattern. . Tha'naw train will till
n long foil.want , anil ia bound to bo to
popular , per
IN TIIK COUIIT UUOMS.
.Indues , ilttrluH nnd Attorneys Doing
Consldprnhlc Hiislncflo ,
James Uond , who has been lying In the
county Jail since September 15 , of last year ,
under the charge of highway robbery , wns
taken before Judge Grolt and given bis free
dom , It Is claimed that the property ob
tained by him , n cold watch and some money ,
wns given to one Laura Wood , who has slnco
disappeared. The robbery was supposed to
hnvo been committed under the Omaha end
of the Union Pacific bridge , but n nmn
named Cleveland , who was nt that tlmo
nlpht-watchmnn there , says there was no
robbery. County Attorney Mahoncy stated
that the witnesses had all loft town , and
asked to have the cnso dismissed.
C. NcUon , charged with forgery , was ar
raigned before Judge Graff , pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to ono year in the poni-
tontlnry. Just before Cliristnms ho pre
sented n check for $10 to Simon Fisher , at
Max Meyer's store , who cashed it , but soon
discovered that the name signed thereto was
The Jury In the James W. Peterson damage
case against the Union Pacific railway com
pany ( jnvo the plaintiff a verdict for SIWO.
The c mpanv made a motion for a new trial
on the grounds that the verdict was not sus
tained by the ovidcnco.
The case of Lowe against the city , n suit
to recover about $ * ) O.OJO damages by reason
of changing the grade of Sixteenth , .Seven
teenth and Hnrney streets , is still in progress
before Judge Donno. It will probably bo
given to a jury to-iluy.
Yesterday alternoon Judge flopowoll took
the case , by Jury , of Joseph Murker nnd
others against Hosn Ilcnniiigson nnd others.
It is n suit In ejectment for the possession of
lots In Grand View.
In the criminal court Judge Grod's tlmo
wns occupied part of thu afternoon on the
case In which one Charles Johnson was nci
cuscd of assaulting with intent to kill Frank
Devore , a scab uncincer , who wns employed
on the 1 ! . & M. Tlio assault was niado Jan
uary 1. No witnesses wcro examined. The
jury was empanelled , and when the case was
brought to trial a llttlo sr.ag in law wns
struck , and to settle tlio question a recess to
this morning was taken when the case will
John Anderson sued James Mills for $707iO !
for labor performed in building a house in S ,
E. Rogers' addition.
Judge Wakcloy was engaged In hearing the
case of Louis HrnUford against Emily C. and
iCdward T. Peterson and George C. Hobble ,
It Is an action to lorecloso a mortgage lien
on a lot in Hnnscom place. Thu amount of
indebtedness on the lien is S'.M5 , alleged to
bo duo on n contract for building a bouso
upon thu premises.
A Ijlvcly Case.
The prospects for a red hot lcral contest in
the district court before this term reuchus
an end are very bright. It Is know that Pat
O. Hawcs has long baon llguring as an active
nttornoy hi the celebrated Hobinson-Jones
lawsuit. Ho claims to have worked up the
case for Hobinson , nnd performed nbout
every bit of the labor attached to bring mat
ters into shape. Two or three other attor
neys are interested , but not so deeply as
Hawcs. Ho thinks now that they are trying
to II x things so that when tlio day for
collecting fees comes around his
nnmo will bo Dennis. If indications
to that effect become strong enough" during
the pi ogress of the cnso , Patrick will turn
on those with whom ho has been associated
and bring suit against them for his claim.
The case xvill pass through another cpurso
to-day on an argument of objections mule
yesterday against thu liling of a bill of ex
ceptions and transcript setting forth its
record , and claiming on behalf of Hobinson
that the origin il bill as submitted contains
evidence which should not bo thoro. The
exceptions were nandej to Judge \Vakoly.
Wants nn Accounting.
J. W. Paddock applied to the district
court yesterday , asking that an accounting
bo made in the business affairs of Giorgo P.
DlancharJ. In his petition he claims that
ho was a partner of Hlaac'iard in the busi
ness of trading with the SlouIndt'ins at
Hod Cloud agency. Paddock put up the
cash and Blanchard furnished some experi
ence. They made money , but Paddock
claims to have received none of it. Ulan-
chard kept the books of the firm , and it is
allowed that ho drew ho.tvily In excess of his
share of the nrollts , and refused to make un
accounting to his partner According to
Paddock the books wore kept in such a way
that no ono could ascertain how
the llnanclal affairs stood. Finally
a referee was chosen after Paddock -
dock had demanded nn Investigation ,
and the matter wns left in his hands. Here- i
ported that Hlanchard was indebted to Padr.
dock In the sum of $ . ' , riSO.S5 , but was so long '
in making the report that the time of submission -
mission expired. On account of this , Pad
dock wants the court to order an accounting
in the promise * . - |
Mary J. McEneary was appointed ndniinis-
trntrix of thu estate of Michael J. McEneary ,
I am prepared to furnish " \Vootlriiff \
granite in puvinp blocks , door Bills and
stops , or blocks of most any dimcntion
nt cheap figures. Also handle nt my
Lincoln yard all classes of cut atone for
nny part of the state. Ask for figures.
Thomas Price , Lincoln , Nob. *
SMD DOWN THE
Airs. Coolny Disappeared "While I'andf ,
Slept in Inimcniicc.
There are no Hies resting on Mrs. Cooloy.
The story of her escape Irani Deputy Sheriff
Pnndt , is ( locked w h romantic features and
proves her to ba a woman of daring nerve.
In making the trip to Knox county with his
fair prisoner , Pandt arrived at Stanton ,
nbout 11 o'clock p. in. , whcra ho was com
pelled to remain until Thursday morning to fo
wait for a train going to Crclghton. Two fopo
rooms adjoining ono another were secured at poPC
the hotel. Mrs. Coolcy was ushered into ono PCHi
them , and loft , us the ofllcor supposed se Hici
curely locked up , The latter took the other
room nnd retired to sweet dreams of his canI I i T c
dldacy for sherilT next fall. Hu this prisoner '
was not given to sleep. On the other hand ,
&ho remained very wide nwnko nnd
had her wits actively at work
devising some means of escape.
Thcru was one nvcniio open to her and she
decided to take nil vantage of it. Tlio win
dow of her room opened on a balcony from of
which , by risking the dangers of sliding
down-a post , she rould reach terra tirma and
then easily make her way to the house nf J.
somafilcnd living In the vicinity. Whoa G.
thu deputy had fallen Into a sound bleep and C.
wns quiet la the little vliiKoMrti. ! ! Cooley
noiselessly lloatcd into the darkness and lied , I W
ono knows whore. Sheriff Coburn's men | Or
are making no effort In the , matter to arrest
her. They say thcro is no danger of her re
turning to Omaha until the excitement has
paused and the mutter been forgotten ,
Nearly $ OO,000OO of Assets.
President Orcono's annual report of
the n ITu I M of the Connecticut Mutual
Lifo Insurance company presents a
gratifying view of its solidity and for
strength. A company with $07,400,04 , ! )
gross assets and. $5,505OSO , surplus on
the most rigid legal stanadrd is cer
tainly strong enough for all emergen at
cies. Thu company lias G3,0i ( ( ) policy
holdora , insured for $151,301.013. It ita
rocoits from policy holders last your
were $ l-lyOii85 , and it paid out $5,8S5 - cut
, yet thrco-riimrters of a million del
were added to Us not assets. Thcso
figures toll their own btory.
A Juicier of Million * ,
J. T , Ncrnoy , late coin clerk of the sub-
treasury in Chicago , is la the city with the
Intention of locating In Omaha. Ho is now
negotiating with ono of the banks , having
previously had considerable experience in
line of business In the Garden City. Mr.
Nornoy ia one of u corps of clerks who" , know
that there would bo a pretty general
change In the clerical positions In the treasury
iiiudu un tholr mind to tender their resigna
In advance , lie says that much of the
from the country bunks ia thla * tuto
foutm its way through thu banks of the city
the sub-treasury and that not loss than 9
cout of U U counterfeit , Tlio packages
nro not opened ns they pass through the city ,
as a general thing , but forwarded with a card
showing the nnmo of the banic through
which tncy pass. The amount of the spu
rious iiionoy Is then charged up against the
homo Institution nnd later acalnst Us cor
respondents in the country , The exchange
thus far tills year in sllvor has amounted to
about (253,000. Mr. Ncrnoy ia not a big
man but bo has juggled with nioro bags of
millions than any baiiKcr In this part of the
country , _
Thee who take Dr. Jones' Red Clover
Tonic never have dyspopsinco9tlvonoss ,
bad breath , piles , pimplosaguo and ma
laria , poor appetite , low spirits , iioad-
tvcho or kidney troubles. Price 50cents.
Goodman Drug Co.
IVIIAT IT COSTS.-
The City Comptroller's KootltiB of the
Ycnr'n Kxponses ,
City Comptroller Goodrich has just com
pleted his annual report for the last year. It
showa the cxpamlltures of the various city
funds , the cost of maintaining the police and
lire departments , the salaries paid out of the
general fund , the maintenance of sewers ,
curbing and guttering , paving , grading and
the construction of sidewalks. Several
special funds are not included in the report.
The report will bo sent to the mayor Tues
day. On the evening of this d.iy it will bo
submitted to the coxncil for approval. The
report is hero appended ;
Miscellaneous bills. . . . WWi.75 ) :
Total 52(30,217.33 (
J ire Fund
' i Miscellaneous bills. . . ,
Police Fund -
Miscellaneous bills. . . . 2J-ll.18.07
Miscellaneous bills. . . . 4,155,03
Toti.1 7,3)3.13 ! )
Curb. Gutter. Fund-
Cleaning streets 2S.121.02
Water Kent Fund
Hi'iitof hydrants 53.0S7.S4 .
Judpmonts.cost and int. 10,310.19
Miscellaneous bills1.52(1.09 (
Total 15201.83 !
Paving Hand Fund
Paving intersection sts. 101,017.51
Laying sidewalks * 4-l,35S.Ct
Grading stieets 132.45G..T3
Paving streets WO,430,10
Alloy P'ving Funds
Pavinc alloys ' 7,513.43
Distl C'rbing Funds
Curbing streets 125,571.09
Dist. Sewer Funds
Building sewers 250,078.10
Building viaducts 3,271.13
Op'n'g As wid'n'g sts. . . 5,500.00
Grand Total ? I,00 < 3,757.S2
Advise to .Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al
ways boused for children teething. It soothes
the child , softens the gums , allays nil pain ,
cures wind co'ic ' , and is the best remedy for
diurrhoja. So cents a bottle.
TUB iiAimiT "AND JIOUN .
A 31 odd Entertainment to Come Off
nt the Colosseum Soon.
William Ingram and John S. Prince nro
arranging for a hound-rabbit contest at , the
Colosseum. A largo number of jacl'crabbits ,
have been trapped , and will bo used in what
promises to bo a model entertainment. Any
individual owning a greyhound may enter
the same to compete for prizes that will bo
offered. The dog catching the most rabbits
will bo awarded first money ; the next best
second money , and the next the third and
last , , prize. The bicycle trade will bo con
verted into a rabbit run with high \viro
screens around it on either side to prevent
the . rabbit from escape aside from its fleet
feet , The rabbits will bo stationed in a cage
nnd ono released at a tinio. It | s stated that
the tailless jack can give the swiftest of dogs
at least twenty minutes of hard running bo
fore being captured. Arrangements , as re
gards the time , have not ns yet boon com
pleted , but the projectors state that it will bo
0110 of the events in the near future.
Fisher Printing Co. , 1011 Farnnm st. ,
telephone 1201 , blank book makcrd , etc.
A mooting will bo heldto-morrowSnndny ( )
evening nt tno Grand Oper.i housa at 7:3i ) , in
the interests of the Council Hluft's nnd Omaha
Chnutauqua nssembly. Kev. W. J. Harshn , Mu rin
Kev. T. M. House , Dr. Durvcn nnd G. M. bio
Hitchcock are the speakers , and a profitable
evening is promised.
It is not designed to solicit subscriptions ,
butte present , through practical Chautauqua
workers , the value to Omaha of such an on
tcrprlso- ; what has econ done to establish It ;
what its possibilities in the future nro ; nnu
what is needed to sot it in practical operation.
The soft glow of the ten rose is ac
quired by ladies who use Fozzoul's Complexion -
ploxion powder. Try it.
Trihiito tu Unolo Sum.
The returns of the internal rovcnuo ofllco
for the month of February arc olUcially re
ported ns follows :
Penalties $ 54.U
Heer stamps O.ISS.ii'J
Tobacco , 188.74 Cor
Special ' tax . 07:2.80 : A'in
Total $105.200.83 me
Fnnornl ol Mrs. Tlicnnr.
The funeral of Mrs. Mlnnio Roomer , wife Z.C
Charles Hoomer , occurred yesterday 1'nc
morning from the resIJenco of Dr. L. A.
Morrlnm , 'JO i Saunders street. The Rov. .W. SI1
Harslm ofllcluted. T-lio nail bcarors wcro
. H. Robinson , William Hullard Heed , M. SII
. Ho vine William Scisson , all of Park lodge
Knights of Pythias , and W. W. Cox and
William Putnam Cramer , of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen.
The Driiininor'ti Outing.
Traveling men are urged to attend the N
meeting of the executive committee ) of the
Western Travollngmon's outing in the
pnrlor of the Capitol hotel , Lincoln , Cn
Sunday at 3 p. in. Sub-committees will bo Sui
appointed and all arrangements completed
the summer trip which will bo hold II.
homethro during the slack season , and of
which notice has heretofore- been given.
A cyclone lifted a vcsse out of the water
Disston Clt , Fla. , carried it some dist
ance , nnd then drpppmg the craft , drove
mast so far into tlio sand that the stick
couldn't well bo drawn , and therefore was
otr In order to rcloaso the boat.
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This powder never varies. A marvel of purity.
Btronpinnml wholosomenes < . .Moro economical
tluni tlio ordinary klmli , and cnnnut lie sold In
coniDctltlon with tuo inultltiKlus of low cost ,
Hhortwolght alum or plio plmto powders. SoUl
only In cans. Kovixl llftklng 1'owdur Co. , lit )
VVnllstrcet , NOW Vork
The TYIiER SYSTEM of BANK COUNTEKS
Cannot be Excelled. They are Elegant In Dctign and
very Low in Trice. Also , Court House Furniture , nnd
Some 400 Gtylei of ODlce Desk * , Chain , Tables , Etc.
100 Page Illustrated Catalogue Free , Postage 7 Cts.
TYLER DESK GO. , St , Louis , Mo , , U.S.A.
D1VOKUB3-A. UUODU1CI1 , ATTOIISKV.AT-I.A.W
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COLLARS AND CUFFS ,
Hundreds of our customers will ro member the wonderful sale of collars wo had Insfc
fall whou vro sold those splendid 2100 Linen Collars at Gr > c a dozen. Thnt was sojnotUing1
never scon before nor since. These collars gave such satisfaction that wo have boon try
ing over since to got them at a figure which would enable us to sell them all the yeas
around for that price , but the manufacturers would not furnish thorn regular. AVe have ,
however , succeeded in getting another lot this time only turn-down of the same quality
of linen , but new shape. Wo shall oll'or them at a special sale on Monday morning
At 65e Per Dozen.
These collars are WARRANTED 2100 LINWN" , and of as good a quality ns is sold by
other houses for 20c or DCc apiece.
In connection with this extraordinary collar sale we will offer Monday morning a largo
lot of pure Linen Gull's , in two of the very latest shapes , at Gfjc par halt'dozen or $ l.'Jr per
dozen. The linen in this cuff is not of quite as fine a grade as that in the collars , but wo
guarantee it to be of better quality than isfoutrl in cull's usinlly sold at 25c a pair.
In order to supply as many of our patrons as possible wo shall sell only one dozen
collars and cuffs to each customer.
We also invite attention to our laundrio I and unlaundriod shirts. We claim in this
department to give more value for less money than any house in the United State ? . Wo
ask the ladies to compare our three qualities of unlaundried shirts , which wo are
selling at , ' 50c , 50c and 70c , with any shirts sold by other houses for almost double the
money , and they will find them in quality and make o jual in every respect. The laundried
shirts at 65o , OOc and $1.2o are fully as good as those others are selling at SI , $1.50 and $2.
PLAIN FICHJBES AND ONE PRICE ONLY.
Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha ,
GENTS' ' WITH
, SPINAL SPIHAl
BELT , APPLIANCE Wo , 4 APPLIANCE
ATTACHED BELT. ATTACHED.
Dr. OWEN'S Klcctro- Onlvanlc Kelt nnd Suspensory Cure tlio follow-
injr diseases and nil oth * * o ( it nervous diameter : Hhciima- llsm of any kind ,
Sciatica , I'ar.ilvBin , Kpl- bpinal Dlsea cs , St. Vllus' Dunce , Itrijjlit'a
DUcasc. Piloi , Heart DIs- ses. Lumbago. Ucncr.il nud Ncrv- OU3 Debility " , Cos-
Ihcncfis , Kidney Dii-cas 'Iremilling , Wnstlnj * of the llo "ly , all
diseases causcMl from In-
i\hniiBtion : , KcnialoCom-
Worlil to produce n belt
ran bo made mild or
wants the IJOft , anil this lie ulll llml tlio Ou' '
Guarantee Bolt , xtrhich Cou r.ius
M lie Ou-eu licit 13 not aUlinin.Viiu or
Tiy any ono before it is applied to tlio boil
iiun-otferca Jorsalc. To show I ho Entir
days' trial , and if it docs not Provo
of 123 papcs written by a ) ihbiclin : n
without the aid o a physician or the use of ' . . _ . _
waslo your money on belts patented j cars nco.o * lin\e private coiifultationiooins loriaiiicsns IIBums , ami mi mmcuu " > m i u n. . - rc. . . . . - . . . - , , - - - - - - - - . -
mid if the licit ia not adapted to their case they will bo so advised. Open at all times. Consultation nt oulce , or by mail free. For information how to obtain trial bell see liS-pngo paini > hlet.
T AJ The OWEN ELECTRIC BELT & APPLIANCE CO.B 306 North Broadway , St. Louis , Mo.
GOLD MEDAL , PABIS , 187ft
Coconf from which the excess of
Oil lias been removed. It has more
than three times the strcmjth
of Cocoa mixed \\ith Starch , Arrow
root or Sugar , and is therefore far
more economical , costing lessithan
one cent a cup. It is delicious ,
nourishing , strengthening , easily di
gested , and admirably adapted for in
valids as ell as ( or persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere , i
W , BAKER & CO , , Dorcliestcr , Mass ,
LIEUIG | jjj
ESXTKACT of MEAT.
'fncgtnml Oheupcst Meat Flavouring Ftock lor Soups
luclo 1)13lies and MIUCUI. Ai llccf Ton , "un Invuluu
lo tonic. " Annual sule S.OUJ.UUJ Jura.
flcnnlno oiilr wltlifar-xlmlla of Justus von
Knatnroln blue iicni'n label ,
Hold hy Morckcopers , ( itoccM null Drncahlii.
llOIIKi's KXTKAll1 OK MKAT CO. , l/ul , lxnilon
bold by Hlchiinlfon l > ru& Co. . nndllluLc.Uruco AUo
sol Trees !
onsfinK of I'rnlt TTOPS , fimnll Knilts , flrnpo
lues. Ornamental Trees ami fahrtib * , Kvcr-
roeus , Hoses , etc , together with u largu nbtort-
lent : ol Trees nnd Sanln for plnnttnst
.OW PR ICES AND CHOICE SI OCK.
acuities unsurpassed , Wilto for wholesnlo
and retail lists. Address ,
IIi\AiM : > OAl - IVUK.SUIEIi- : ! ,
D. S. LAKE , Proprietor.
HBNA.MOAH , - - - IOWA.
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
npital ) JJOO.OOD
urplua Jdti. iHt , 1889 6i,000 !
OfflCKIIS AND IIIIIECTOUS ;
\V. VATKS. Vro lrtant.
Iiwia 8. KECII. Vice President.
W. H. 3. IltroiiES , Cashier.
A. E. TOIIZAMN. W.V. JIoilSK ,
JOHN S. COLLINS. ' J. N. ll. I'ATUICK ,
It. c : < ; iJKiiiNn ,
THE-IRON BANK ,
Corner 12th anil I'arnam Sts.
Oenvrul Uank ] ay UiislU'jdd Transact ol.
NO303 S. 13TH ST. , OMAHA , NEB ,
APITAL , - $300,000 $ ,
Loans Mad ? on Real Estate ,
liool , County and yunlclpal llonun Negotiated
, A. l'AXTONf.PrraJilBnt.
iVjjj A. PAXION , HKNUV T. CI.AHKB ,
. li. MAUI. i IUIIKKII.
DM. n. 0. XVhST'H NnnvK AND HRAIN TUIIAT-
MKMagunrunteo 1 gpoclllc for Hybtcila , 1)17.7.1- )
ne-iS. Convulsions , fits , Ni-rvous Nftunlirln ,
Jlcadiclie , Nervous Prostration caused by tlio
use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakofnlness , Mental
Depression. Softrntngof the Drain , reiiiltliiKlu
insanity nntl Iimiliut ; to misery , docaynnd death.
I'leiuatnro Old Aiff. HnrrcniiHss. Loss of Power
In either set. Tniohintary Losses nnd Hpermat-
orlioia caused bv ovcr-oxortlnn ot the bialn.solf-
nliiiso or overindulgence. Knch box rontnlns
one month's treatment. $1.03 a box. or six boxes
for } " ) . ( Ksent ) by mall p-epald on receipt of prloe.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cm o nny case. AS'ith each order received by
us for six boxes , ac'ompauled with KM , we will
bend the purchaser our wrltt > n Kimrantco to re
fund the money If tno tieatment does not eifect
ncuro. Guarantees Ironed only by Goodman
Drue Co. , UriiKulits , Solo Agents , 1110 rnrnani
street , Omnhn , Neb.
"lly a thoroiiKli knnvilcilito of the nitiinil IH.VS
lliudpt'r.ttlons nf ill uitlon un 1 niitri
thin , nnd liy a euro In I iin | > > lcatlnn of III 3 Him prop ST
ties of nulMeleclfcl Cocou , Mr. Kuis ; HUH prnvMuil our
lireakfiist table * with ailoile.itvly llnvorpil liovenuo
which limy mive 111 iLBny lienvyilu tori1 lillla. Ills
by tlio JuillcldiiK am nt such articles nf diet tlmt a
cnuttltntlmi may bn er.tluiilly liullt uu until Htninx
cniMijfli In resist iivury lunili ucr to ill < unu. lluti-
dreiln of S'lbtln miiladii'S are Itnutni around us rea'lv
to ntluc'k wlicrevn ttiotu is n Muak i > ont.Vttmu ! ?
' ( > caii ( ] niany n lutul hlrilt by kui > j > lnu ourselves well
fortllloil wltli pure Iilo31 mm a properly notirUliud
fr.tnio. " Civil pcrvlco ( . ' : uiMto.
Miulo slinnly with hollln- ' water nr milk. Solil only
in Imif pouml llnsbyiroueri la'jolad ' HIIIH :
9 , HP HonwopatlileCliemlsts
& UUi , J.O.MIDN , UNOIANI > .
To ( ilusgow , Ik'lfiisl , Diililliiand Lhcrpnol
From New York Every Tues'Jay ,
Cabin p.isRflgo fK nnd $ . " > ! ) , according to location
of hUto room Kxcurslou HX > to f'XJ.
Steerage to and from Uuropo at Lowest Jlatcs.
AUSTIN HAI.DWJN.Sc CO. . Gtn'l Agimts.
Kl llroiuluuy , New Vork.
JOHN Iliai.NT ( : : , Ucn'l Western Agent ,
101 Itumlolph it. , Chicago.
IIAKIIY K. JIOOHUS , Afc'ont. Omaha.
Koducod Cabin Hates to Gliisgow Ex-
_ , _ i'ourSuiicrbMutla ] > ouk > , iTinlnl i > n line I
HUP per from ( ull-tUed inuilo pUt.-H. fur 82.Oo.
lr IJ1W prapaul. STANDARD PlANCF
A LB U M 820 page * of clioicu itvum Irom cilotra
u. , r. . . ir.udLuir.ii. itfharifeiiLii.i
, , . . . .
oompinunouU , and Hu pp. 01 Tariau < 'iio. .v-
. . STANDARD
ARD SO NO ALBUM-SlOpu.of irn 3iind In ) ,
ladi. wltli jlsno , ccompanluiuuUffr ltcti ) > il from ttio
nrorkfl of ftuch cumpobm B tltiutimt. At > i , fiitutt.
llotrt , ! ud KI < rul ( . TITLE PACES BCAUTirULLV (
ILLUSTRAICD la Colon. I'rlceof each lxKk 50c. ,
orCScU I LYON & MEALY. Putillehero ,
pi pld. I state & Monroe ( Jla. Chicago.
IoinitrkulJo tor powerful sympathetic
tone , pliitblo action and absolute dura
bility ; 30 yoiira' record the best ( 'uariin-
tcoof the excellence of tlioso instru
j from the
effect * of youthful
erron , arly doosy ,
- - I Icit mcah'xxl. < ta
3 Mad vlaiV > trcwtJM ( * l d > oonulalcc full
Mrtlcrura for liome euro , free of cru rao. |
. AJim frt > tjr , cxiwiJjuiioOiiua , cojfw , j
ARE DANGEROUS )
nnd ninny times will prove to you a jjreat
oss. Von should not delay oval ) for n day
our coming to our store. Wo are mnkln , > i
! n clean sweep of our entire/ / stock of winter
poods , and will nimo you pilcoi that wilt
This is u disenso which 1ms heretofore )
Bullied nil Medical Science.
Wo have a Kemnly. unknown to nnyono in the
World ontsldoof oiirConipiiny , anilonu th.- * '
to euro the mot ohstlnito caf > us. Ten days In
recent cases dot-s tlio work. It is thu oldchroiilo
deep heated cases that wo Holleit. Wo h.ive
cuted hnndiedMWhu have been abandoned by
and pronounced Incilrablt' , and \\t >
o world to brln us u cnso tlmt wo
will not cure In lest than blxty dayH.
Klnco the hlhtorv of mcaldno a ( run upocldc
for Kyphllls lia been souclit for but never
found until our
iT9.Vi.IC Ki.Yl ;
was discovered , and wo are JiutlllHil In oayln ?
it Is thn only Itemvdy in tlui World tnnt will pos
itively tuic , hncniihu Ihu liit st Medical Works ,
publUtii'd by tlio lCKt ) known authorities , nay
\\osnevfrntriie8peclllcbefore. . Oiirinm-
edy will cure when uvurjthliiK nl o hau fallHil.
Wfiy wmte your tlmo imil money with patent
mcclkliiiM that never had virtue , or doctor with
physicians that cannot euro you , yon that hare
tried everything else .should comu to us now and
Kft permanent I ellef. > on never can get It else
where. Mark what wo May. In the end you
mum take our loiuedy or MiVIIlt iccover and
) ou that have been nllllcti-d but it Nlioit tlmo
Khonld by all means conui to UK now , not ono In
ten of new rases nvur uot permanently cured ,
Many uetholii and think they ant fren from the
llDcaHK , but ( none , tuo or three yenix aft-r : It
appear * ay tin In a more horrible t-jrin ,
Thib IB a blood JJurillor and will < 'uro
any Skin or. Hlooil Hlhoaso wlion
JCvorytJiiiif ? lilso Fails.
THE COOK REMEDY CO ,
KOOUI 10 nnd 11 , U. K. National Hank
_ 1 1 n I Id I IK , ' , Onialin , Xcl ) . _
, FliNNVIIOVAb TVAI'KKfl are
Jmicrrsafulry u > ed monthly byntcr 10,10
f.wljiclliu. . Arp.S'a/f , t'ffeetualand I'leatant
tl prr l x by mall.or at drupfrisU. Rrnltil
I'artlrulart S pontage stamp * . Ailfinua
KCUIUIA CaiuiMt , Co. , Umucir , Micu.
1'or mile ( inil li/i / IIHI ll l iJooilina
DR , ALFRED SHIPMAN ,
Physician and Surgeon
MEDICALand SURGICAL INSTITUTE
N , W. Cor. 13th & DodffO Sto.
.T Ol" AI.I ,
Appliance : for Dofornltiea and Trussoj.
neetlncilllloK , nppirAtu * unit rpniiMllPi lorinccnu
iul trenlmunt of ororjr form of dlsuaau requiring
.McJItnl orSurvical 'treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Boar-1 nml nttcndnuco ; belt liujjiltnl iiocoiumoila *
tlonn In the woit.
WHITE ion cmci'l.Atison Doformltloi mid llrncos.
Trusses , Club Kcct , Curv.itJro of tliu Hplno , Piles ,
I'limon , Cnncjr , Oaturrli , llrnnclillln , lub dotlon ,
Klcctrlcltr. rnralTKln , Kpliopsr , Klilnef , lllnador.
Kyc , ttarhkln itntl Jllood nJ itllSurulculiipcritlous.
Diseases of Woman a Specialty.
HOOK ON DISEASES or WOMEN HifK.
ONLY RELIABLE MEDICAL IIISTITHTa
HAKIXO A HITCUI.TY Or
All lllooil Diseases succmjfulltrjatod. . Hyplillltlo
Polfon roniuvcil front the 1711:0111 nllliout niiTourj.
New rosturAtlve trcatmant lor lni of Vital r.wor. .
Penons iinnblo to vttlt U4 111117 bu tuHtoU ut liouo br
ciirremionileiue. All couiiniiiiioJtluni lontlduntlal.
HdJItliifs or ln trumcnl > K'lit tir in nil or olpron ,
i.'curnlr pnclied , no innrki tu Inillrntu ronlniti or
icnilLr. Gnu punoaul Intorvlim prcfi-rrnl. Cull unit
consult UH or > untl lilsturjr of yuur cutiu , unt ] wo nllt
loud Iu iilnln wr.tpuor , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE1
Upon frlrote , Cncclnl or Nervous IJUcuioi , Iinno-
tincy , Hvplillls , Gloat and Varlcocule , wltn qiieiuoD
Hit , AilUrusj
Otiiu/M Jlrilicttl arid ffiirgkal Institute , or
iit. nic\Ei.VAn9V : ,
Cor. 13tb ana Doilgo St8. , OMAHA , NED.
NKHVOIIfl. CIlllONIf anil 1'IIIVATK DISKASl'.S Ot
MUN mil WO.MKN Huucemliillr troiiiul.
rliiK frum Ihu rtTpcli of rnathfnl folllei nr Indli
cri'lloiiii , or aru troulilul with WuiikiicK , Nvrvou
Ili'lilllty , l/DKinf Mrniorv , Poiponduncy , Avcrilonto
hiirlolr , KIMnuxTiouhlmor nililliuiitu ( if Ihii lionl *
Kcl'rluiil ) ' ( IrjiuiH , ( un hum tlnil u nafu and l > oodf
ruio , Clinriius ri'itauiialilu , crpcclull/ thu poor ,
Thrro nru riaajr trouhlud with too fn'tiiinat evaoim
OIK ut in j liiiulilur , olion aiLomimiiltil Ijy a Uliilit
iiiurtlnu or Iniriihu n'm.illuii , uud wuukuiilnti of th *
ijntoin in li inniinur Iho pulli'iit ( uiiiint uiniunt for.
l/n t'xaiiilnliik' the uitiiury Uupoilti a ropy ftiullinetit
will ol leu tu found , mid noniuiiniua piirtlcfoi of tt
mini Hill ngipunr nr Hit ) mlur U ol u Ihln. inl
uru ill nil mini i'4iiu > , uuu 11 Imiiltiir ruitorutloii i
io t'lillo urlniirjr nrKitas , t'onnultutloa freo. Ktna
ri'iit utiiiiiplor "Voiinir Mau'n Krlflid or ( Juldo to
udliiik , " liun lo all. Aiarcn
DB. SPINNEY & CO.
Muin and liUh St.ICansiiH City , Mo.
ty.Meiiilun Ihli .
" _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
"DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successor to John 0 , Jaroljj. )
Undertakers and Embalmer
At , tlio old eland , lini if aril am Ht. Orders by
vlnfrapri nollcltcd uiul promptly attuiidcd.
'J'ok'plinuo lo No. iiJ.
l m TUIUURIAR CUSHItKl