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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. SATURDAY. MAY 4. 1889
A permit \vtvo to-dny granted the
horse cnr compnny to oxtonu its line on
Twenty-fourth street from Spencer to
John Rowland , of the Omnhn Snnd
nnd Stone compnny , hns closed n con
tract with the American Waterworks ,
company to supply them with 176,000
square yards broken stone for concret
ing the basins at Florence.
Alfred Williams , of Kansas City ,
writes to Chief Sciivov , comulatninp
that Harry Brandels , the proprietor of
the Gormania house , on Tenth street ,
in this city , ishdldinp his satchel with
out just cause.
Complaints nro made at the police
headquarters to the effect that a dog ,
Uopt by a family at Oil North Twonty-
flfth avenue , is a menace to trie safety
of all passers-by. The owner is to bo
W. 11. Cennlson , in hftlnp n heavy
ice chest yesterday , sprained his haclc
and in consequence , will bo laid up ivt
his residence fora week.
D. McCarthy , a well-known brooder
of fast horses at San Francisco , passed
through Omaha on the Burlington to
day , on route to Now York , witli three
cars loaded with thoroughbreds.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion will give its first annual athletic
exhibition at the opera house on the
overling of the 23d of'May , the proceeds
to bo devoted to furnishing the athletic
The Onmlia Coke , Coal and Lltno
company filed amended articles of in
corporation ycstoaday with the county
clerk. The authori'/cd capital stock is
S.10,000. The incorporators are James
A. and Lester T. Sundorland and John
Theodora Campbell , a Minneapolis
youth who ran a way from home , was ar
rested in Omaha yesterday on the
strength of n telegram from Chief of
Police Brackott. Ho is at the police
station waiting for an escort from the
Personal Paragraph ) * .
Dr. C. S. Turnbull , of Philadelphia , Is in
Watson Pickoroll , Beatrice , is at the
Mrs. Free , at Glenwood , la. , is a guest at
W. II. Power , wife and son , of the Fairy
Well compnny , are at the Mlllard.
Jnmcs A. Owen , Loup City , Nob. , regis
tered at the Murray yesterday.
C. 13ovcn Oldfiold and W. G. Ilarcourt ,
VernoQ , la. , are ut the Paxton.
C. Cusach , A. Crawford and M. Dowllng.
of North licnd , registered at the Millnrd
Mr. William Booth , of Now York , general
manager of the New York Lifo Insurance
company , is in the city.
( ToboHoit , adjuster of Indian depredation
1 claims , arrived from Washington yesterday
ana will establish his headquarters at the
Mrs. E. W. Gaylord , of Minneapolis , and
Margaret .T. Hvain , of Northfleld , Minn. ,
stopped at the Paxton yesterday , en route to
Mr. S. S. Auchmocdy , ex-member of the
board of educationis again in the city. Since
January 1 ho lias boon in business in the
southern part of the state.
Hon. Chris Specht has returned from an
extended business trip throughout Idaho.
Utah and Montana , during which ho secured
contracts for the manufacture of $12,000 of
May 12 Is dog day and all canines without
tags on on that day will bo shot by the
police. This is the order promulgated by
Chief Seavoy. _
l-J l Wants.
Tun Bnn is the greatest advertising
medium In the Missouri valley. Its want
columns are patronized by everybody. Dur
ing April Tin : Br.n received pay for and
printed 1,334 want advertisements.
Board of Public Works.
The board of publlo works will open bids
to-day for grading and paving a number of
Permission was given by the board vestor-
day to the stieot railway company to extend
Its line four blocks on Twenty-fourth street
and north on Spencer street.
The Hoe in the Front.
Yesterday the Republican contained 24
paid want ads , the Herald 72 , the World yes-
tnrday evening 1C3 , and Tun BEG yesterday
contained 278 special paid want ads.
Tin : LJiu : prints moro than double the num
ber of paid want ads printed by all Oiualm
Tom I3clc finicagi-B In a Fight.
Tom Eok , the manager of the bicycle race ,
and Low Burdlck , a bricklayer , got into a
row In a saloon near the Colisnuin , yesterday
and a number of blows were oxclmticed.
The patrol wagon wus called , but by the time
it nriivcd Eclt and Burdlck had disappeared.
It is toportcd that Kelt got badly pounded.
Robert Patrick arrived homo yesterday
from Paris , where ho went with his father ,
J. II. N. Pat lick , some months ago. The
lutter still remains there , Introducing his
patent torpedo boat. Uobei t pays ho loft
the family In excellent health , enjoying all
the pleasures of the time and place.
Out on null.
Louis Borghoff , who Is familiarly known
os "Doc , " and who has boon confined in the
county jail for the past two years on the
charge of obtaining goods under fulso pretenses
tenses , was iclcased fiom prison yesterday
afternoon on ball. His bondsman is J. L
Ulack. Thp bond was $70 , ) .
A Cool Scheme.
Jack Lanliam , n Crete contractor , Is In the
city making proportions to ship In 3,003 tons
of Ice to retail In Omaha. Just how ho can
chip It seventy-live miles and then compote
with the "local combine , " as ho calls it , ho
fused to explain. Ho says ho knows what
no Is about , however , and expects to bo doing
a lively busluoss in a few daj s.
to the C. O. D.
A trunk arrived hero a few days ago from
Sioux City addressed to a woman named
Molllo Kennedy. It was marked "C. O. ] ) . ,
150.25 , " which , with the express charges ,
amounted to &S.25. It scorns the consignee
refused to pny the amount duo mid reylov-
iacu the receptacle , which la now In the
bauds of a constable ) .
A glass ol Moxie wlft cause a good
Broughtn Co tmfcr .Suit.
The case of Dr. James M , Swclnr.m
against Arthur Saxe , was on trial yesterday ,
before Judge Wado. The plaintiff sued to
recover for attending Mm. Snxo while sick ,
In 1685. At tlmttiffioit Is claimed that the
doctor , from another p\tlontr communicated
puerperal foyer to Mrs. Baxe. On account
of this ho was sued for heavy damages , and
tuo suit Is now pending la the district court.
Thonin * Donnelly , who , with Ins cook ,
Henry Vupp , was arrested Thursday for soil
ing adulterated milk , was discharged yester
day. Ho was booked at the station as a 'van
and suspicious character , " but as ho is l'i
constant employment nothing could bo done
with him on that charge. The poliro mill
retain thp receipt which he offered to sell to
Detective Ormsby and after It IIUH born tin-
nl.vzcil boino further action will be taKen la
iLo matter ,
Use II. iV H. for cleaning carpets ; nil
Ulndsof silks , woolen goods , bilk and
lucb curtnlns , ribbons , neckties , Man
ual shirts , etc , For sale by druggists ,
erocovs and curpot houses ,
TJIK llOSflTAIj MUDDLE.
COO'H Hxnnnnlnit the Structure nnil
Ills Cnmlltlncy ni Superintendent.
John R Coots , superintendent-elect of the
county hospital , Informed Commissioner
Mount that he will fllo his oalclal bond with
ho bonrd to-morrow and qualify. In the
meantime ho Is making an expert exam-
nation of the structure , ns the
joard Instructed him to do , for the purpose of
reporting to that body , all Instances In which
.ho contractors have fAlled to comply with
.ho plans , and Just what changes may bo
deemed necessary , When this report has
jccn made out it will bo submitted
U > the architect for his ap
proval , and then It Is hoped
everything will move along smoothly again.
O'lCcoffo stated that Coots had said ho
would not accept the appointment \vlthout
the unanimous vote of the board. "But , "
continued Uichard , "I am of the opinion
that a majority will bo nil
that's needed. I did not vote for
him , because I thought wo ought to select
some man who Is entirely free from preju
dice towards cither the architect or con
tractors , pay him S200 a month and lot hltn
personally superintend the work. "
Mr. Coots has Informed Assistant Superin
tendent Keas that another man will take his
TUB AijMuGHl ) OltAlX TlllCR
Ilolcnnihc Ijcnven Tor Minneapolis In
Charge ot'uti Olllccr.
W. II. Holcombc , the young man arrested
Thursday oa the charge of being a fugitive
from Justice , returned to Minneapolis last
night In charge of Detective Howard.
Holcombo still maintains that ho is inno
cent of any crime. Ho said yesterday that
lie had paid up everything. Ho doesn't know
why ho has boon arrested except that ho re
fused to appear as a witness against two
other men who had been implicated In the
case. Detective Howard , who c.tmo after
Holcombo , refused to stuto the specific
charge on which Holcombo is arrested.
'Didn't ho sell out his saloon and pay oft
the amount ho was charged with stealing ! "
"No , ho did not. Ho was In the Windsor
hotel bar , on North Washington avenue , but ,
didn't own the saloon , although he sold it for
$ . " > ,000. According to the statement made at
the tune , Holcombo utolo SlS.OOO worth of
wheat. Yes , ho wai at one tlmo In the
employ of the Union elevator company , but
I don't think the company over offered him
a place there after the big steal , although he
may say so. "
Detective Howard Is the man who came to
Omaha for Polo Barrett , who was hanged in
Minneapolis a few week's ago.
"How about the SJ/JOO reward there was
in U.nt cnBo } " asked the reporter.
"They've gone to law about that. The
street car drivers , xvho offered half of it , now
refuse to pay , and the other half that was
offered by the city can not bo paid without an
act of the legislature. It will uo two years
before that can be passed. But I guess it's
Jtist as well , for there are fourteen men after
the reward , and It will take some moro law
to decide who is entitled to it after the money
has been secured. "
Everything which belongs to pure ,
healthy blood is Imparted by Hood's
Sarsapurilhi. A trial will convince you
of its tnorit.
The familiar and beautiful tale of "Ben
Hur" was retold to A largo and appreciative
audience in the Grand last night. Indeed ,
the size of the audience was a surprise , and
may bo explained only by a consideration of
the fact that the "Story of the Christ" has
found an abiding place in many hearts In
Omaha. There is nothing sensational m the
presentation. The entertainment is purely
intellectual , there being nothing in it to
satisfy these who look for sensational effect ,
unless It bo the rich and varlgatcd costumes
in which the tableaux characters appear.
The groupings in the uiuin are admirably
made , though at times the attitudes of some
of the male characters nro far from sracoful.
It is nn open question whether the gentleman
who appears as Bon Hur is an ideal exponent
of the noble character. Bolter connections'
could bo made between the tableaux and the
closing words leading up to them , and would
greatly support the unity of the story. The
reading of Miss Estello H. Schively is clear ,
unaffected and woithy of appreciation.
Drink Moxie , the coming beverage.
Major Vroom. inspector general of the de
partment of the Plattc , is to make an inspec
tion of Forts Du Chesnu and Douglas , Utah ,
Bridgcr , Pilot Butte , Washaklc , D. A. Rus
sell and Luramie , and the Cheyenne depot ,
in Wyoming , and Port Sidney , Mob. He
will also inspect the accounts of the disburs
ing ofllccrs at Salt Lake City and Ogrden ,
Utah , and at ChoycnneWyo. |
About the 1st of July Dr. McParlin , at
tending suigeon at tlo department headquar
ters , is to be placed on the retired list , being
now almost In his sixty-fourth year. Ho will
be succeeded by Dr. Hcaitsuff , who comes
from the oast.
Dr. Brown , surgeon at Fort Omaha , about
the same tlmo will bo transferred to Fort
Meade and succeeded by Dr. Bales , who
also comes from the east.
The following from the pen of Mr. L.
P. Bui-dwell , editorof the Marion ( la , )
Pilot , will , wo beliovc , bo of interest to
many. Ho says : ' 'It is with pleasure
that I certify to the real merits of
Chiunborhiin's Cough Remedy. I have
used it in my family for years and have
always found it most excellent , and es
pecially for colds , croup and sere throat
It is bafo and cffectivo. For sale by all
Chnrjtcd With Perjury.
Charles Westergard , the garbage man ,
was nrrebted yesterday on the charge of
perjury. The person filing the complaint is
Henry S. Ranchman. It Is alleged that the
cilmo was rommittc'l last September , when
Ranchman hud a suit in the county couit
Against one Hans Hanson. An appeal was
taken to the district court and , Wostorgard
went on Hanson's bonds , claiming that ho
had (14,000 worth of real osttto In Douglas
county. Ranchman and his attorney htivo
been hunting through the county records
and claim that Wcstorgard docs not own a
foot of irround In It , and that ho has there
fore committed perjury. Wcstergard was
Interviewed In regard to the matter , but all
lie would say was that the arrest was aicaso
MAIL OAH 1UUNCKS.
Facts About Their Tenure of Office an
There has not been so much clean swoop
ing of democrats out ot the railway mall ser
vice on this division as the politicians ot that
party have boon trying to make- people be
lieve. There are 100 men under the control
of the Omaha ofHco. At the beginning of
Harrison's administration a very largo ma
jority of them wore democrats. Througn
the opening of several new routes while
Cleveland was In ofllco the force was In
creased about one-half , and In every Instance
n democrat was appointed. It so happens
that appointments In this branch of the gov
ernment service are first made on probation ,
or six months' trial. If , at the end of
that term the applicant proves himself capa
ble , and Is able to pass n satisfactory exam
ination , ho receives Ills Html appointment. If
not , ho Is dropped. Under that bond a goodly
number of clerks has been let out. However -
over , not over twonty-llvo removals have
boon made , and on the main line of the
Union Pacific roaJ , McArdla and Phillips
nro the only ones who have been suffered to
depart. A majority of these still employed
In the division cast their Votes with the dem
ocratic party. It Is understood that two or
thrco more will soon bo droppol from the
list , but hereafter , all appointments will bo
subject to the civil service commission. The
clerks on thn B. &AI. have not been Inter
fered with at all.
WILL NOT SLAUGHTER.
The New Marshal Sntlafled With the
Brad Slaughter was found In the United
States marshal's ofllco with his coat olT ,
sleeves rolled up , hard at work posting him
self on the business lie will bo required to
perform when he assumes control of the
marshal's ofllcc. Said ho : "I do not pro
pose to qualify until near the close of the
May term of court , but expect to bo hero all
the time from now on. "
"Have you selected your deputies yetl" in
quired the reporter.
"No , and I will not make any changes at
ilrst at least not moro than one. In fact , I
expect the present force will bo retained.
Anyway , nothing will bo done in that matter
until I become thoroughly acquainted with
the situation. " _
lloiiorlnt ; Clio Soldier1 ? .
At a meeting of members of all the G.
A. R. posts of Omaha and South Omaha
held at the Mlllard hotel , arrangements
were made for the proper observance of
Decoration day. Colonel J. B , Dennis acted
The regiment at Fort Omaha nd all the
civic societies of the city have been asked to
participate in the coremontes of the day.
The singing will bo done by n chorus of fifty
voices led by Franklin Smith. Rev. H. D.
Mott , of Dubuque , will deliver the memorial
The following committees have been ap
pointed to make the necessary arrange
On music J. B. Dennis , J. T. Kinsler.
Transportation D. G. Rhoads , L. F. Ma-
ginn , John Regan , Otto Neiderwoiser.
Grounds and decorations S. K. Spalding ,
J. T. Kinslor , W. L. Allison , C. R. Burgess ,
E. O. Gideon , George Peabody.
Finance J. T. Bell , J. C.Vilcox , S. 1C.
Spalding , W. L. Allison , M. P. O'Brien , J.
Flowers D. G. Rhoads , J. T. Boll , J. B.
Dennis , A. A. Mayowskls , J. W. Cress , E ,
D. Gideon , George Peabody , Otto Neider-
weiser , M. P. O'Brien.
Invitation T. S. Clarkson , S. K. Spalding ,
D. G. Rhoads , John Regan , W. A > Root , M.
P. O'Brien. * , ,
Ex-crclso and programmesT.S. . Clarkson ,
D. G. Khonas , J. 'B. Dennis W. L. Allison ,
W. A. Root , M. P. O'Brien.
R. A. Gunn , M. D. , dean find professor
ser ot surgery of the United States
medical college , editor of "Medical
Tribune , " author of "Gunn's Now Im
proved Hand-book of Hyglono and Domestic
mestic Medicine , " says d'ver his own
signature , in speaking of a severe case
of kidney disease : "A chemical and
microscopical examination of the pa
tient's urine revealed quantities of al
bumen and granular tube casts , con
firming Briirht's disease. After trying
all the othnr remedies in vain , I di
rected him to use Warner's Safe Curu.
I was greatly surprised to observe a de
cided improvement within a month.
Within four months no tube casts could
bo found , and only a trace of albumen ,
and as ho expressed it , ho felt perfectly
well. " _
Yesterday fourteen car loads of choice ,
heavy steurs passed through Omaha on the
Burlington , on route to Glasgow , Scotland.
The stock is owned by A. J. Snowden , or Kear
ney , Neb. , who bus embarked in a now on-
lei prise the exporting of beef on the hoof.
Ho stated to-day that in all probability the
.stock would bo landed in Glasgow with but
a slight shrinkage , and that the slaughtering
In the place of consumption would undoubt
edly result in the creation of a strong and
InjtmctloiiH In the Way.
Residents of the south side have been find
ing fault with the motor company of late on
account of Its failure to extend Its line across
the viaducts and on to South Omaha. When
told of this , Dr. Mercer said that ho
had Just received the bill of lading for the
material for these lines , but that the com
pany could make no move to build until the
injunctions now held over them are re
Csrd liy the Unltcil States Ooxt
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4i-Send 4 cents postage for Celebrated Work on
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.aa-Those contemplating Mainage send for Dr.
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.Specialists In Cluonlc , Nervous , Skin and
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Medicines sent by mall or express , securely
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Fty'fceud 0 cents postage for celebrated works
on Chronic , Nervous and Oellooto Diseases.
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maysnvoyou futuie suffeilnc and shame , nnd
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nless accompanied by 4 cents In stamps
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of Juno. Apl'lUunti for exuruluutluu should notlf
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BEFORE YOU BUY
Your Spring Suit or anything olao in our line , ask yourself this question : Is there a
[ arger or moro reliable house than the Nebraska Clothing Company ? No city in the West
as a larger nor bettor conducted establishment , and what is moro , no city in the Union.
lias a store that sells goods as cheap as wo do. We simply invite comparison of
our goods and prices with those of any other house. Every day wo servo
customers who are amazed at the low figures at which our goods are marked. The Cheviot
Imits wo advertised last week ara pronounced by everybody to be the greatest bargain ,
asid nothing ever shown hero can approach them. The Sacks are nearly all gone , but of
Frocks wo show a larger line than last week , having received during the past few days
overal big lots , many of which are much finer than these advertised boforo. The now ones
re nil with fine silk facing , and make elegant fitting garments. In addition wo will offer *
tomorrow a lot of strictly all wool Casaimcro Sack Suits at $4.50. This is the greatest
all wool suit ever offered , and wo do not hesitate to pronounce it ahead of any suit for
which other houses are asking § 7.50 and moro. It is of a stylish light check , well trimmed
and made , and makes a handsome as well as a durable suit.
Wo nro pleased to announce thnt wo have again n largo stock oC fchoss fine Englhli Or : kscrow Suits nt $10.00
ncl cnstninors who have been waiting for these suits , can now be supplied This is the most extraordinary bar
gain ever offered and the fact that the first big lot was sold in such a short time proves it : Those wo have now
are if anything better lined and finer made than the first ones , ns we made such a hit with those suits , we take
pride in having them made up "well. Send for a sample of thcho suits , it will do you good to see it.
A visit to our new Shoe Department will soon convince you that you have been paying right along too much
money for your footwear , We will show you the finest C.il Shoe strictly hand ewod welt , at § 3.90 wh'cli cost
you in regular shoe stores ? . " ) .50 to S6.00. Excellent Calf Sho2s , Goodyear welt which is as good as handsowcd afc
§ 2.75.BThese | are destined fo be the most popular shoes in Omaha. They have neither pegs , wax lliro.ils no
taclcs inside to hurt the font , and are a ? flexible ; i > genn'ne ban lsiwe.1 shoes. Tiie identical shoo costs 3011 in an
other place from $ i.OO to1.50. . We have thorn m congress and lace , all widths and sizes.
Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING-
A RECEIVES PROMPT ATTENTION.
Graceful Form ,
Skirt Supporting Corset
It In nno of tliu mint iiiipiilnrln tba murket umlnoiil
y leading ilo lirs In Oniuhn 1'rlco ll.'i > .
Fey , Harmon & Chad wick. New Haven , Con
"By a thorough knowloJue of tlio nittural laws
whicucurerii tbu operations of tlKuitlnn mil niitrl
tlun , nnd by utaretulBpiilltatlim ot tliu line iirnpdr
tui of wolf selecteiU'oooit , Mr. Kups lias iiruvliluilour
breaklmt tublus wltb Bilellciitoly lUvureil bnvcm o
Hhlcunmy vo in it-nny lionvy UK tors' bll < His
by tbo Ju'llclous uio or urh art cleiof illct tbat ft
conslltiitloa mny bo Kruiluu ly built uii until tlrting
ciKmdo to resist every teniltiicy to ( ll en o. Hun
dreds of sabtlo mnlaillos nro lluutlnir arounU us muly
to attacKwhiro ctta rm a e H nolnt. Wo mny
OBCBIIO many n falnl batt br keoiilim ourii lv s wufl
fortmert will ! pure bloo 1 an I a jiroperly nourlshoJ
llnrctte. , , ,
a Hold only
In baltpuund tin * by liroci.rs labeled tliun
JAMES EPPS & CO. . . ' "jam 'gog ' !
PREXEL & , MAUL ,
( Successors to John C , Jacob i. )
Undertakers and Embalmer
At theolil Btaml H07 I'ornam St. Older * by
t legrni > U BollcHfil nnil jiromiitly attfrnluO.
tlfliono ] ) to No. . ' .
uffcrlne from thy rf
fMi" of joutliful rr
rnr . r rlr ilriavl \ t
tfi * III KtUbilMaleih
- . , ftiful , _ . iw tuu. fuu . (
* * "
; iiniiiiiiii > i ) > i
" PROF. ' F.'c''FOWLER ' , Moodu , Conn ,
UOODIUOH. ATroHNBir.4 r-lMr
. CnicwuifMf ica ttwwt
xpencncuj iaeji < ) uUUjr a
Wo have Bomo Special Ilnrnatiis In
MEIST.S SUITS for you this week.
ItiRht at thp beginning of the season wo
propoio to tlo ydii 1-01110 good , and have
made special pi Ices on seine cspt'olally
good suits $7 , $ S , 810 and SIJ. Conto early
The Public nro not itcncrnllf nwnro thitt by tn
pri > if"til n.cthoils of conblni ; Hilly one Imlf ot lie
cnttVn that 1ft uiteil It * thrown away in the Kruu.ias
luul wiiHtcil. Chemists umni'ctul with thin company
Imvo nuccccdeil In HU lim Ihli wuntu so Unit tliu torn-
imny cnn lurnMi cnitrn mnilo or tin ) tlni.'M.lnvu. put
up In siniill imrtnblo jurn mil U'AHIIANrEli I't HhHT-
i.v ruin unit i > iiiiriintv < > i to bo < mlv iibout ONK-
1IAI.K TIIK rosl' In tliu Liinsitiui-r ot cominon ml.
leu. Only liiiilliif witturU neuili'd whcm prt'imrlni ; It
lor the tublcCrown Liquid Cntfuu Compiiny.
Aak Your Crocor for
GltOU'N JjJOUJJ ) C02WEI1.
McCOUI ) , mtADY & . CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers , - - Onmlm , Neb
Over 14 Millions Sold in this
The Best Fitting and Best
Wearing Corset Ever Made ,
OvnredM by Itio ricstitt u.
tlsts to n ettbtr llrroiiptitr * Tartar ?
founded IO42 t l ! nctiiUir , I'nu'onJ C ulc > uu
tin. UOH & UtALY , Ciltljo , fell AD. til tU U.I.
r.iir.i'wTiCsMj- ' it.-Vtt3i .Vi. i. 'tn ' >
H. W.COH. I3I1I& DODOE STS , OMAHA , NEB.
I Olt TUB TEEATMC.VT OP All.
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APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES. <
Best racllitiss , Apparatus and Remedies forSucceuful
Treatment of every form of Disease reauirlnz
MEDICAL or SURGICAL TIU3ATMENT.
NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.1
Board & Attendance , Best Accommodation ! \VtsU
C7-WRITE FOR CIRCULARS on Deformities and
Bracei , Trusses , Club Feet , Curvatures of Spine. Files ,
Tumors , Cancer , Catarrh , Bronchitis , fnh.lstlon !
DISEASES OF WOMEN .
WK lum tin i mmva A ITU IIFIUIIDIFNTIOO
W1IBKM ULHIMICUMI\I MT. ( STRICHY PRIVATE
Only Rellablo Mcdlcai In Ututo mikinff a GpVcittlty of
All Illood Dlifaici luctf Mfullj treated. Hynlilliclo folioa
remoredfromllioiyilrmnltliout mercury. Krit llr.lorill. .
Trt li rnt for LOM of 1 1 m. I on h It. pirllci untble to Tl.lt
rjimijlittmtrJnt . homeb ; eorrriponiltiiCG.llrnniniunlet -
llon.eoDQilrnllil. Mcrileluetorfnitrumrntnicntlit rualUrcs-
I > rciiitcurciruckc | < ln < > iiiirkilr > liii1leatcconlrntiorti [ > < lcr.
Oneperioittllnlertliiirprcrcrrrd. C lliio'con.ult uiorift ,
lilitorr of tour cue , nnd e lll tend la iililn r lcrcur |
ROOK TO LY ! M F"EC : uPoa I'm. ' . , , * rciii
UUUIX IU INCH Ner ) . .
) ouiliic < ci.lntpotcr > ejH/ili. )
Ill , ; Ulest and \arleaeel > , with qarsllonluu Militt
OMAHA UKIUOAIi & BUliaiOAI , 1NBTI1UTBL
13th and Bodge StrceU , OHAIU , MKB.
EIEOTEIC : BELT
WI.X XE rsTjwx aniWMOXi-a' .
FAlhNTKD At II. la , IN97. IH1 Illlll II FI1B. 1 , 16S ,
euro tlio follow A'1U1 '
stlo fj-jmrlali I.nraljauo.
ml anil Herri. . . . libillt7.V tli -
nn , Kldiit-r.DU
tlon ! Wuttlna'fif tlii
- < tr , llsnnkftn . . ' '
ff lotion In Vnuth or M.rrw.ntta . ; ; l 1 , p.rtil'i
'Sf. ' ? V'8iw ' < Vub or " " " 'I or niu
ib"i.'ll1TIiil ! OnNwiifHfT. Ha I atlnourrUrtro-O
ailli ] Holt. | an I AlMlliinrLt . - < .ll.ri4 | our . 4 ll
rvxpltlf In U | . > aill.lirll > .iioTl.lrl/lllM"lrl > l. b
Pn. l .tnK , for our rut r IHuitrntM ii.rupliUt.
Ti5rlntfii"Vifi.tl'I''l"M" ! } : " .i'iw ir r
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