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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1889)
The ofilco of TIIK DEB U now in the
now UIK : building.
Olllcor Lee picked up on tlio Btrcot n
pension cortlflciUo nnd check for $2-1 ,
both bcnrlnff the nnmo of Jncob BniRh.
North side cltlzoiiB want the nlloy between -
twoon Twenty -second nnd Twenty-
third nnd Clark nnd Grace streets filled.
The mud there Is nearly three foot dcop
nnd odors which nrlso from It nro almost
intolerable nnd injurious.
The uthlotlo grounds of the Y. M. C.
A. will bo opened Juno 18 , There will
bo n concert there nt 7:30 : p. m. by the
Musical Union orchestra. Admission
will bo 10 cents. The Y. M. C. A. is or
ganizing a Rico club , which now con
tains twenty-two members.
M. D. Wnlcliof Lincoln , Is ut the Mur
15. II. Downer , of Hubbola , Is nt the Mur
ray.W. . H. Asliloy , of Dcntrlco , Is nt tlio Pax
S. F. Stetts , of Menlo , la. , t nt tlio Pax-
ton.Dftvlil Uutler , of Dtxvid City , is nt the Pax-
ton.Vnlt M. Sooly , of Bonnet , la nt the Mil-
lard.S. G. Chany , of Alnsworth , Is nt tlio Ar
II. N. Moore , of Hod Oalc , la. , Is nt the
Charles J. Smltb , of Milwaukee , is at tlio
George P. Corcoran , of York , Is at the
F. 13. Alderman , of West Polut , Is nt the
George A. Lincoln , of Cedar Kaplds , Is nt
T. F. Allen , of Grand Island , is registered
' W. F. Swltzer , of Chlppowa Falls , Wls. , Is
at the Paxton.
W. D. Shearman and wife , of Springfield
Neb. , nro at tlio Arcade.
C. L. Tyler , C. A. Odoll and J. II. Aycr , of
Lincoln , nro nt tlio Arcado.
J. 13. Cessna , of Hnstings.nnd II. S. Smltb ,
of Exeter , nro registered nt the Mlllurd.
Albert II. Ilnnitn , the Cnnndum oarsman ,
of Hall fax , 'Novu Scotia , is registered nt the
The money received by Fred Mlllnrd for
the relief of the Johnstown sufferers up to
noon yesterday amounted to ? 0,618.3. Ho
will make n dual report to-day.
Fowler & Ganz have decided to double
the capacity of their grain elevator located
on the bottoms at this place , and will sbortly
commence the work. The Union Pacific will
next week construct two additional spur
tracks to the elevator.
A Mormon Blnennto.
John W. Young , of the tribe of Brigham
young , passed through Omalia un route
west over the Union P.iciile. Mr. Young
has boon east for the purpose of floating
bonds for his line of railroad with which ho
intends to cross Utah.
Is It Correct ?
County Clerk Rocha received , yesterday ,
from the superintendent of the state insane
asylum nt Lincoln , a statement showing that
there is now duo from Douglas county for
the quarter ending May 31. for the main
tenance of patients , $231,100.
Robert D. Duncan , inspector of plumbing ,
aspires to bo an ofllcor in ono of the new
land offices that will bo created in the event
of the opening of the great Sioux resorvn-
tiou. Ho declares that ho has the backing
of the whole state delegation nnd will bo np-
nomtccl if it should bo decided to sqlcct u Ne
Iilvo to Fight Again.
Desertions from the army nro becoming
very frequent and almost every clay Chief
Seavey receives a notice from Fort Sidney
to look for some runaway. Yesterday hqro
celvcd letters notifying him of three deser
tions in ono day. The names of the deser
ters are Michael Donnelly , James Bennett
und Peter Shingle.
An UnolHciiil Stnr.
It is complained that ono Joe Konvnlln ,
block matchinan at the now Motz block , on
South Thirteenth street , came horu from
Echuylcr Saturday , and although ho has not
been appointed by the flro and polieo com
mission , ho wears n star nnd is performing
the duties of nn officer. CUIof Soavey says
that IConvnlln is liable to bo arrested for im
personating an officer.
A largo detail of policemen donned citizens' '
clothes , yesterday , nnd wont with their
wives nnd sweethearts , nt 7 o'clock , to Pries
lake to pass the dny fishing and plcknicking.
Among the party were the following and
their ladles : Chlof > of Detectives Mostyn ,
Sergeants Slgwart and Haze , Jailor Uobout ,
Officers Orinsby , Haze , Kills , Graves , Goldsmith -
smith , Pulaski , Koyser. Suvugo nnd Uynn.
Mrs. Seavey and her sister were also In the
High School Graduates.
. This year there will bo fifty graduates
from the high school , an unprecedented
number , The following shows the number
of graduatgs of each year during Mr. Lewis'
incumbency : ISSt. 0 ; 1885,8 ; 18SO , 10 ; 1887 ,
10 ; 18S8. 83 5 1SS9,150. ,
There are now in the Eleventh grade ,
Which will bo the graduating class of next
your , eighty pupils , which is more than was
in the entire school in 1881.
Sidownlk Inspector Allan , 1ms ordered
walks to bo laid on the following streets before -
fore the 27th of this month ;
North side Ilarnoy street , from Twentieth
to Twenty-sixth streets , repaired ; west sldo
Twenty-sixth street , from Dodge to Douglas
streets , nix feet wide ; cnatRidaTwontv-slxth
Btrcet , from Dodge to Douglas streets , six
led wide ; north side Ohio street , from
Twenty-first street to Twentieth , six foot
wldo ; south sldo Ohio street , from Klirht-
ecnth to Twentieth streets , six feet wicto.
Every woman in Oinahn wo say
women because men nro usually too
busy to lool : uftor such biunll matters
should Insist on the head of the house
procuring seine reliable medicine for
use in cnao of u sudden nttnck of cello or
cholera morbus iirtho night during the
summer. It is not plonsnnt to hunt up
n phyoloian uftor midnight , nor to go
down town nnd route out n druggist nt
that hour. Tnko our ndviconnd procure
a 5J5 or 60-cont bottle of Chnmborlnin's
Colic , Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy.
It can always bo depended upon and is
not unpleasant to tuko.
Janus Fnlcnnor'n Funur.il ,
The funeral of the late James Falconer ,
took plnco yesterday afternoon from the late
residence of the deceased , Seventeenth nnd
Leavonworth streets and was largely at
tended. Scores oi M friends attested their
Appreciation of the deceased by their pres
ence nnd expressions of regret over the
death of their friend. Thcro Was a number
cf beautiful nnd symbolical floral emblems ,
cno especially , being the tribute of the Burus
club , of whiuh the deceased was a member ,
and which attended In a body ,
Commissioner O'liuoffo says that County
Clerk Ilooho If not responsible for the over
charges for pens used In the county building.
The icsponslbility rests with the committee
on finance of the county board , consisting
Of Messrs. Anderson , Turner and Corrlgan ,
Who should huvr examined tUo pin bills and
reported the ov vichar/o / ; ,
lie $ lso ( ays that no understands Ihcro
iinvo been porhnni twenty-five orders given
Tor stationery which hour the name of no
commissioner , a rumor which ho intends to
U was rumored that there nro affidavits In
.ho possession of certain of the county com
missioners showing that while Hocho was
paying ono of nls clerks only fCO n montn
10 was charging up * 33 > for the cntno pur-
Cliolco Kplsodns in the Hoittlno of
HlH Honor's AVorK.
Jim Tracy was arrested for being drunk
and insulting ladies on the street. Ho de
nied the charge , but was lined S7.GO.
Alexander Klloy , n negro , was charged
with cruelly boating his wife. The latter
knowing tlio heavy ponaltles Inflicted on
wife-boaters came up smiling nnd denied
that ho had beaten her , saying that ho had
merely pushed hcrnlthough there were some
suspicious looltlng bruises on nor face. The
Judge , therefore , released the prisoner , and
the two walked nwny happy.
William Hocho wni picked up dead drunk.
Ho admitted his offense , but said ho was a
G. A. It man , nnd happened to moot yester
day an old comrade of the Sixty-ninth Now
York. The two repaired to a saloon , and
over the foaming beer reviewed war remin
iscences. Beyond this his recollection was
clouded. As Kochohoronn honest face , the
judge said ho would rclcnso him this time on
condition that tlio offense be not repeated.
Ho ngrcod to this.
W. II. Howard , n railroad man , nnd John
P. Foley , a cook , who came hnroin search of
work , were arrested on Tuesday and her-
nlded to the world as the Denver bank rob-
oors. They were discharged.
Potcr Hay and Tom" Qulnlan were found
sleeping In a shed nnd were chnrgod $1.50
each for their lodging.
The peculiar purifying and building
up powers of ITood'a sarsaparilla make
it tlio very best medicine to take at
tnis season. /
W. A. Li. Gibbon Outlines Some of Its
To-night there will bo nn important
meeting of the board of trade committee
on the Merchants' wcolr , In the rooms of the
association. It Is especially desired that ail
the members of the committee bo present.
Speaking on this subject , Mr. W. A. L.
Gibbon , chairman of the committee , said :
"Tho contemplated Mei chants' Week as
sociation will possess the elements of
strength nnd rcspectnbllty.
"Tho board of directors will bo made up ns
follows : One from each brunch of the whole
sale and manufacturing business , ono repre
senting the banking interests , ono represent
ing the press and two representing iho retail
"Such an organization will command nt
once the respect und support of our entire
" While ilio primary object of the associa
tion is to attract visitors to the city at the
seasons of the year when country merchants
are malting their spriug and fall purchases of
goods , its scope of usefulness can and nat
urally will extend very much further.
"Omaha must keep abreast of the times in
the matter of public attractions.
"Tho meeting in the exchange room of the
board of trade building on Saturday will
consist of a largo und representative body
Permanent organization nnd the election oV
officers will then take place. "
A SAD CASK
A Pntlicr Dospairln ; ; of Savlna n
Youiifi aiil Wayward Dausihtar.
Delia Casey , an attractive loMdng girl ot
fifteen , was urrestod Thursday on complaint
of her father , charged with Incorrlglbllity.
The latter complains that slio stays out late
at nlglit und that ho can do nothing with
The girl was put under $100 bonds , and ns
her father refused to go her ball , she was
taken to Jail to await the sitting of the dis
trict court. _
Caught tn tlio Glovntor.
Ernest Griiliths , an employe at the Schroo-
uer-McCambridgo cold storage company's
warehouse on Howard , between Eiithth and
Ninth streets , was caught in the oluvutor yes
terday morning and sustained a broken Jaw.
Ho was inside the carriage ascending. Ho
put out his head to speak with some ono and
was crushed against the colling above. Tlio
loft jawbone was broken and the right side
severely bruised. Dr. Connell uttended the
wounded man nnd ordered him leuiovcd to
the residence of his brother-in-law , ' Mr.
Martin , 1110 South Tenth street.
Have You Cntnrrh ? There . is one
remedy you can try without danger of hum
bug. Send to A. U. Cnlcman , chemist , Knla-
muzoo , Mich. , for trial package of his catarrh
euro. His only modoof advertising is by giv
ing it away. Postage Ue. Judge for your
self. Mention this paper.
J. II. Evans , county auditor , know May-
brick , the Englishman whoso mysterious
death is causing so much excitement In
Great Britain , Ho mot him at Llvcrpoo
about fifteen years ago , being introduced to
him by the dead man's brother , with whom
Mr. Evans was on familiar terms. Ho nlso
met Maybrlfk's first wife ut that time and
found her a most attractive woman.
From his knowledge of tno of the man ,
Mr. Evans is of the opinion that the theory
of suicide in the cnso is nn erroneous ono ,
nnd it emphatically of the opinion that Muy-
brlck was poisoned.
The addition of property assessment has
boon completed in nil the wards and pro-
clncts of the city and eounty , with the ex
ception of the Third ward. The showing
made Is given in the following table :
hlxtli ward' . " . " . ' . ' , ' . ' . ' 2'iii'itSi
tovpntli ward. . . I.cw.lOJ l.UVJU ; uun
KlKhtli wnrd Iilts. ! IJiSiJid
Koutli Oinnlia. , . . 1'Mi/ilil
It lilcnuo product. 18 > / > 7b iuir > j uosu
DoiiBlus precinct. 2l3HVi 2I7-H in
lilkliom nrcilnct IJj.i . J 118,110 u , cju
rioroiicolircclnci 17,2M na.C.11 liJtn . . . . ,
Jeircrtoiiiiroc't. . . IM.IUI IIB.IJIIMI
Mtlliird precinct. . 3KI.UIU Ma 17 ( Via
McAnlle pniLlnct. Uijfl SS7.8U ( , 'i5t
Union iinitlnct. . . liS7i7 : 11U.&U -
Viilliijr precinct , , 177,115 IbtMll ) 3.21)
Wuterluo prcc't. . -
Total ra.a)0.010 )
Tivxiderralstuntal't''o,81o N 10thOmuhu
IJOOT AND SHOR IM.CXOUY.
\V. V. Morse Kstnbllshcs Ono With n
Force of JIOO Kini > loycs.
\Vj \ , V. Morse is rapidly getting rondy to
mid nnottior Inr o und Important industry to
the many nl ready in Omnhn. Several
months ngo ho expressed his belief tlmt ft
boot nnd shoo factory would pay ns well
hero nnd bo ns onslly maintained ns In nny
other pladb. Ills faith In the success of such
nn ontcrprlso became BO strong tlmt It flnnlly
Impelled him to open n factory. Shoo
manufacturing mnchlncry of the very
latest etylo tins arrived , nud is being put in
placo. With tins ho will bo nblo to turn out
OOOpnlrsof shoos n dny. Ho 1ms converted
the two upper stories of liU proiont Imlld-
Inp , corner of Eleventh nnd Douglns streets ,
Into a fnctory , nnd will give employment tenet
not luss thnn ! iOO people. Charles
Schnlltenbnclc , n gontlcninn thoroughly
skilled In the business , hnvlng
been with the Uny Stnto Shoo nnd Lenthor
compnny , of Uroudwny. Now York , n num
ber of years , who will hnvo ohm-go of the
now concern , Is superintending the setting
up of the mnchlncry.
Mr. Morse snys that if his undertaking
proves n success , It will lend to the estab
lishing of n factory with n capacity every
twenty-four hours of1,000 pairs of shoes.
All no niks Is n reasonable nmuunt of p.it-
ronngo from western denlnri. Ho gets his
mntorlnls from Milwaukee nnd Olilcngo ,
whcro the largest tiinnurics in the world nro
located , nnd Is sntlsllctt tliat it can nnd will
bo furnished to him Just ns cheaply ns to the
The enterprise U considered n grent ad
vancement for Omnhn. Two hundred women
nnu ns ninny boys , rnnglng from 15 to ! 20 ,
mny find cniployincnt before cold wonthor
nppronuhes. The fnotory , Mr. Morse expects ,
will hn reuily to commence ojiuratlons nbout
the 1st of August.
Ito.ird of I'ttblln Works Accusctl.
OMAHA , Juno U. To the Editor of THE
I3r.i : : Kindly permit mo through the col
umns of your valuable- journal to give ex
pression to my feelings with regard to the
present , paving imbroglio. The tone of the
Omnhn press for the last two mouths would
lend the uninitiated 'to boliuvo that the fault
of not proceeding with the work of paving
the streets of Oinahn lay with the contrnct-
01 s , Dut the press seldom goes beyond the
board of public works ofllco for its Informa
tion on such matters , nnd , ns a matter of
course , such information is , to say the least ,
ono-sldcd. Now , I hold , nnd It is the opin
ion of every worldngman of my acquaint
ance , nnd who depends on public works for
his living , tlmt the whole fault rests entirely
wltli the board uf public works. Tlmt body
did not , in the llrst , place , conform to the
law when , nt the Beginning of the new year ,
it know it was its duty to meet with the city
engineer nnd make speciltcutlous for the
year 1SS9 , nnd then , ns soon ns possible , ro-
ccivo bids for paving. If the uoard had
done , this , tuving would have commenced on
the llrst of April , and the workingmcn who
follow tbut class of labor would now have
earned two good months' wages , nnd thorn-
selves nnd their families would not bo in the
condition they nrc in to-day absolute pov
The men who comonso the board of public
works possess nioro than oriiini.ry intelli
gence. They certninly must have n very
clear conception ot thuirdutics. These duties
they imvo failed to perform. 1 have been n
stonuunvcr for twelve years , ten years of
which I was employed in Boston , Now York
nnd Chicago , the last two years in Omaha.
And , niMio instance , in nny of the former
cities , have I ever seen such a disregard for
the spccillcutions us I have lioro in Omnhn ,
I will venture to say that there are not live
hundred yards of stone paving in nil Omaha
that xvould pass inspection in either Boston ,
Now York or Chicago.
I would advise the property owners on the
several streets to bo paved in Omaha this
year to do n little "inspecting" on tnoir
"own hook , " because there is certainly collu
sion between the contractors nnd certain city
Trnok on iho Vlniluct.
The suave Dr. Mercer , president of the
motor company , kccos the reporters guess
ing tlioso duys. It was less than a week ago
that ho declared that not nnottior foot of
track for the lines would bo laid _ unless the
paving ordinance compelling roads to pay for
paving torn up should be repealed. The or-
dinnnco has not been repealed. Notwith
standing , the doctor this morning put n iorcc
of men to work laying Iron across the Six
teenth street viaduct.
"Thought you weren't going to build nny
morn lines this year , " said a caller at the
olllco of the motor company's president. "
"Well , wo will build those lines , " was the
reply , "and at tlio same tirno wo will stay by
these councilmen who arc responsible for the
nassagoof that ordinance until wo show
them that the people don't want obstruction *
ists in the vouncil. "
What you need is a medicine which
is pure , oilicioiit , reliable. Such is
Hood's Sursapurilhi. It possesses pe
culiar curative powers.
The board of public works met yesterday
and awarded n contract for grading on
Fifteenth street from Jones to Leavenworth ,
to Ect Phelan , nt 12 cents per cubic yard.
For the same work C. A. Jensen bid 13 4-10
cents , and Ed Calluhnn 13 } cants. A con
tract was also awarded Pholan for grading
Jones street from Fourteenth to Sixteenth nt
9 U-10 cents. C. A. Jensen bid 10MO cents ,
nnd Ed Callnhan W % cents.
A linnl cstimnto in favor of Phelan calling
for § 1,003.93 for grading Sixth street from
Hickory street to Credit Fancier addition ,
was allowed. The total amount of earth
moved in this work was 00,000 yards , and the
cost was SI 1,170.80.
The Motor , company was granted n permit
to cross the fc-lxteentli street viaduct.
O.iuglit In tlio Dark.
Chris Tantkuss nnd MIke Tnpport were
orrostcd by Constable Clark for llshlng with
a seine In Cut-Oft lake. The offense was
committed under cover of darkness at 11 p.
in. , nnd when caught Tantkuss claimed that
ho was merely washing the seino.
For a disordered liver try Beecham's Pills.
Herman Kountzo culled ut tlio onice of the
board of public works und protested against
paying his share of the cost of a sidewalk
laid on the line of Twentieth street , from
Pincknoy to Plnlnviow. Ho claims that the
street has never boon dedicated to the city ,
nnd that tlio council had no authority to
order a walk laid thoro.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS
. . . . .
.K urrucr uucsnot coiuaiu Atniuoum , i.imeor AIUIU , UT , I'rice * Dcllciout I'lavorlnirli- !
uncts , \ nullla , I.ciuou , Orange , Almond , Rose , etc. , do tiot contain 1'olkonous Oil it or ChcuilcaU.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO , , NtwYortc. Chicago. Bt. Louli.
Tlil powder never vnrlos. A inarvol of purity
xtreiiRth nud wholosomcness. Moro oconoinlcal
thnn tlio ordinary Kinds , nnd cnnnot be sold In
competition with the multitudes of low cost ,
sbortwalehtalumor phospnate powders. Sold
only In cans. Iloyal Duklng I'owder Co120
Wnllstreet New irorlc
THEBtSnvmt aWHADE IH AMERICA
iMAiL / " . §
1 < Uf. 3IZC )
nni receive a.
DRS. BEITS & BETTS
1103 FAIINAM STHEET. OMAHA , NE .
( Oppotlto Poxtoa UoUU
Office nourg , B . n. to 8 p. m. Bandog T , 10
in. tolp. m.
dpoclnllsts la Chronic , Nerrons , Btln nd
Cflr-consnltatlon nt office or by mall fre .
Medicines sent by mull or express , soturoly
pnctccl , rrco Iroin observation , tiunr.intoea to
euro cAitckly. barely anil permanently.
U'DDuniTO HDOTTTT'Y8Pennntorrhoja ' , semi-
nhKVUUo IJhDlljllI nHlLo3se3.NlBhtEmls.
ilom 1'hyslcal Decay , nrisluij from Indiscre
tion. Exces or Indulgence , producing Sleep
lessness , Despondency , 1'lraples on the face ,
aversion to society , enfily dli-cour < Bed , lack of
confidence , dull , uutlt for htudy or buslnoaa.and
Duds life a burden. safely , permanently ana
privately cured. Consult WK , Delta if Belt * .
Knrnam St. , Omitha , Neu.
Bloofl and Skin
results , completely eradicated without tno aid
of Mnrcurv. Scrofula , Kryrtpelna. r ver Sores ,
lllotclies. Ulcers , Pains In tlio Head nnd Iloueo ,
Syphilitic Sore Throat , Mouth and Tongue , Ca-
turrli. Ac. , permanently cured where otucrs
have failed. ,
nir ITninnnir and Bladder Complaints ,
GY , urinary , too
quent Burning or flloodv Urine. Urine hlRtt col
ored or with milky aedlinont on standing ,
Weak Hack , Gonnorrhd-a , Gleet , Cystitis. 4e. ,
Promptly andSafely Cured , Charges Roacona-
STIfcXCTURS ! erclH , . "
movnl lompleto , without cutting , cauHjc or
dilatation. Cures effected lit homo bv patient
without n moments ualn or annovance.
To YOIM Men and Mide-Agei ! Men ,
A < 3ITDD PFIDD Tll ° awful effects ot early
U OUfllJ UUItD Vice , which orlnea organic
weakness , destroying both mind nud bodv , with
all Its dreaded Illn , permanently cured.
HDO mfDl1 ? Adress thoaovno uajra Impaired
UIlO. D1H 10 themselves by Improper Indulgences -
gences nnd solitary habit. ! , which ruin both
body and mind , unfitting them for business ,
study or marilage. .
M AiutlED MKX. or these entering on that hapPy -
Py life , aware of physical debility , quickly M
la based upon facts. First Practical Krpe-
rlcnce. Second E very case Is especially studied ,
thus stnl ting urluht. Third Medicines are pre
pared In our laboratory exactly to suit each
case , tnus affecting cure * without Injury.
p T Send 0 centa postage for celebrated works
on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Disease * .
Thousands cured. IUTA friendly letter or call
may save you futui e Buffering and shame , and
add golden jears to life. t. : No letters an-
iwered unless accomiiumed by 4 cents In sttimpi.
. & IIETTS.
U08 Farnam Srtoat. Omaha , Nib.
Skirt Supporting Corset
It Is one of tlio must popular In Ilio miirkot and sold
loadlntftlenlcrnliiOimrlm , l'rlcoll.5.
Fe7Hatmon & Ohadwlck , NawHaTon , Cenn
n/YlAHLE 3JOOK. fftk tt totfh\f AdJu.4.
iT OMIK , Ktatlotf Jk H H f5K "I" " * * * "
( . rlenc , * JfEv&P&uu m eueccat t ,
D1VOHCE8-A. OOODItlOIC , ATTOIl KBY-AT
LAW. 1J1 Dearborn St. , C'lilcuco : niUlco freoj
lyeiird' experience ; business ijuiBtly mid le-
THE SALE OF THE
' Our extraordinary sale of Summer Coals and Vests will bo continued this
weolo This is beyond a doubt the most remarkable sale of the season , us the
goods are almost slaughtered. We can unhesitatingly say that never before was
such an opportunity offered to buy at one-half their value seasonable
goods just at the time when you need them most.
Our 70o Coats and Vests are "all the rage. " AVe have added this woolc several
now patterns and you can choose now from six different styles , every ono of them
as neat and tasty a Coat and Vest as you over bought for § 1.50.
Another Coat and Vest which excites the admiration of every customer is the
fine Mohair at $2. Such a Coat and Vest has never been offered for less than § 'i.
In addition to those wo have received during the past few days several lots of
very fine grades of thin Coats and Vestg. These are from the same purchase , but
were delayed on the road through the Pennsylvania Hood. "VVohavo marked those
goods at correspondingly low prices and offer :
Several lots of very fine Pongoa Silk Coats and Vests at $3. These jjro gar
ments for which other houses would charge $6.
Extra fmo Drap d'Eto Coats and Vesta in four beautiful shades at $3.75.
Those goods are the finest that can be had , are cut and made in the best of man
ner and fit elegantly. Fine clothing houses * charge for same Coats and Vests
One of our Douglas street windows is full of these goods and is just now the
most attractive place in the city. In connection with tlio above wo offer to-day :
200 very fine blue Serge Suits , elegantly trimmed and made , at $8.90. We
warrant this to be one of the finest Serges made and of fast color. We sold the
same goods early in the season at $12.50. This makes an elegant Summer Suit.
We are again on hand with the most complete line of Summer Neckwear
ever shown. The fact that this Department is the largest of its kind in the city
insures the largest choice of styles , while the values speak for themselves. , Onr
customers will remember the extraordinary values we gave in this Department in
former seasons. We can assure thorn that we will do still bettor this season. Oin-
stock is larger , styles are nicer and prices still lower.
Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha.
M iia largest , fattest ami Illicit. In tlio world
Passenger accommodations unexcelled.
New YorktoT.lverpool Tin QiicMiytown
Tha Colilnitci | rfho 1'lncst Stc'imlV nl. .lime
City uf Koine I ship III llioYorld. . I 4uU : r. M.
Now York to Glasgow via Londonderrj
nucAFSiA. Saturday , Juno 15th , nt i n. ra.
KTIIIOPM , M t unlay , Juno ! tt , at 1.M1 ! ' in.
" . nturilay.Juno'A ntiiua. : ; m.
. . , , . . , .
f.illllflljl. l i V 1HIT ! ( / - | '
With lostilar weekly hiilllngs thereafter ,
PAIOOX to < iln cow , l.ltcrponl , Derry , llcl f : i3t or
Qucen l.vnVlto fKI by Cln-aow stisunor.yinnil
upwards by "Cily of llomu. " Buconil CliMH t W. btcer-
u o Ml. incursion rn'oi icJiiceil uvalliujlo for tltlicr
1'iiitu , thus elvlrm prln'eito nf rcelnK In ono trip tlio
ll\cr ( Mertey , 1'lcturcsnue Cljile , .Nortli und toutli ot
1j"rt'ii < ioXB TCI PJVHIS on CONTI VCNXAI * Tot'its cm
LOW ii 1LIIM" . 'JVnvelers' t'lrciilnr J-ottcrs of ( reillt
nnil Uraftwior any nmiiiint nt lowest current rates.
Apply to un ) of our local agents or to
iMi U.-.ichjft , Oliloa o , 111
H. S. . .
II. V. MOIWKS.
U. H. us. Mil
"liy a tborouzli Unoiflo.Uu of tuo natural Inirj
wlilcu uOTorn tliooporatlom of duoitlii i aulnulrl
lion , and by u tarorulapullcttlan or tlio tlio prd , r
tics of well-soloctodCucon , Mr. Kppslitis provided our
LrciiktnHt tnUlos wltU n uollcatily Hurured bovera/o
wlilcli inuy nave us many henry doctors' bills. Ids
by the Jinllc luus iKo nl such articles of diet tlmt a
constitution may bo grailuully built up until stroni ;
1'iiuiiKh to reMitt every tciuluncy to dlsoa o. Hun *
drcds of subtlu multiuie iiro Ho itlnu around us reu ly
to attach wlierovei therd U a \ > euk uulnt.Vomiy
cscapo iiiiiny i1 fatal shall by keeping ourjelTei vrsll
forlliled with iiuro blood nml a properly nourbliiU
Irainc. " Civil crvlco Oazetto.
Mii-ln simply ivltli boiling water or milk. Bold only
In Imif pound tins by ( irocxrs labolo 1 tlr.13 !
JAMES EPPS & CO , , "ToSS11-1-10 chomlst
NEHVOU8 , CIlllONIO nni > I'HIVATB DISKASBJ of
MUM unJ WUM1S.X succesifullr treutoJ ,
Snrforlns from the effects of youthful follies or ImllJ
cretlonn , or nrw troutilal with Weakness , Nervous
Debility , lx ) j of .Memory , Despondency , Aversion to
hoclcty , Kidney Troubli > or any dliuHio of the ( jenl-
to-Urinary ownni" , can hero llml n safd andtpouly
tur . Cliurgcs rcusonablo , cspcciiilly to Ilio poor ,
Tlieru are-mHny troubled with too froqiiont ovaua
tlona of thu biadtlcr , often accoinpunled by n slight
Bimirtinit or burnliiK nvnuatlon , unit wcakunlnv of tlio
> ) tcmm nmannvrtho ptitlunt ciuinot nccount for.
On oxiuiilnliiK tlio urinary depoiltaa ropy suillmunt
will oltun bo found , and notnetliuo * purtlolos of nllm-
men wilt nppcur or the color bu en a thtninllklsU
uRiiElntf to a dark or torplil uppnaranee.
anv mun who ilin of thli dllllculty. Itfnor-
&nt of the cause , which is thusccont tajo of sniul-
nal weakness. Tha doctor will Kiiar.intooaparfoat
euro In nil ducli nuo , nnJ a lioalthy restoration of
the Konlto urinary oruans. ( 'ontultatlon Jreu. Kent
i'-rent tampfor "Vounc Man's trtemlor UulJotu
Wedlock , " free to all. A Idress
DB. SPINNEY & CO.
Main and 12th St. .Ktuistis City , Mo.
IVMentlon this paper.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
Successors to John C. Jacobs. )
At thcoUstanil HOI 1'arnam St. OrUers by
tdi'grai > ! i uollclted mid promptly uttcudud.
. ilvphono to No. 2' .
, _ WAFBRS nra
rX mcc * 3f ully used Innntlily liy OUT 10,000
f I.jullea. AwSuje , Kfftctualaiul Plcatant
i \J $1 in rboz liy mnil.or at drugglets. Sealed
* t JJarttculari 3 fo lnga clampg. Addreua
Tna EcftKEA CuKuicUi Co. , Purnon , Jlicu.
For sale nnd by mail by Goodman Drug
Company , Omaha.
-2l weekly leproBontatlve , inn o
or foinwle. In ovury uiinuiunlty. doodi
sluplp ; hcniM'liolu nupo l'y ; hell at rla.i' ; no
peailllnii ; aalury paid i > ronipt y , und r x
wHanceil , Knli parllcnmvH oii'lvamftl
cabo fHKf. Wo ineiin iatt wlmt wo wi.uurcsa
at once , fli'ANUAUO 6ltV15U WAltU CO. ,
ton , Masu.
ntliomo'and those attending the Tourna
ment , at Council llhiir. , nru Invited to In-
fcjiect n sample line of underwear now on
exhibition at our store. Thoio goods nro
o'-peclallv udnpted for flromonV wuar imd
worthy of your uotlcj.
. .O. WEST'S NEIIVB AND BRAIN THEAT-
UKNV , auuarantood epoclUo for Hysteria , Dizzi
ness , Convulsions , I its. Nervous NeurulKia ,
lleadnche. Nervous Prostration caused by the
use of alcohol or tobacco , Wakefulnoaj , Mental
Depression , Softening of the Drain , resulting In
Insanity and leadlnuto misery , decay nnd death.
1'ieiimtiue Old Age , llarrenneHs , Lous ot J'owor
In either sex , Involuntary I.oastsa and Spcrmat-
orhcua cuiiBed by over-exertion ot Iho brainsol f-
RbuHo or overindulgence. Uncli box contains
cue month's treatment. 11.03 u has , oc nx boxei
forJ'i.OO.sentby mall prepaid onrBrolptof price.
W3 aTJABANTBB SIX BOXB3
To cure any case. With each order received by
ns for nix boxes , accompanied with MMvo will
nend the purchaser our written umunutea to re
fund the money If tno tro.itment does not inroct
cure. Guarautoea IseuoJ only by Onodmim
DruKCo. , UrugKUtu , Bole Agenia , llU Fjirnivru
street. Oiauh Web , . _
MFIC1IE GIIII1LE HIISIIUIIW ! ,
Paris Unira'sal ' Exposition
IB now open , t'nrtleidcilrlnenuoil nccomtnoiiiUlonj
on tno now Inrco uxpru ntuiiucn of the Famous
FRENCH MAIL LINE
Wlilcli nro noted for tlielr rceulurlljr. oaital to rail *
rou I tniliu , In uinklni ; tliu trip to llavro-l'tuU in Ono
wuclf , nru ailvlsuJ to
Make llurly Application fof lerlli-i. ! *
Tills li nlio nccciinrr on nccount of tlio heavy
travel during tbv i > rlnir uml tuuimur moutui.
McCAGUK BROS. , 10(3 ( South loth St. ,
IIAHKYE. MOORES , ICOSFm-munSt. ,
II. L. HALL , 1223 Farimm St. ,
J. II. GREEN , 1601 Funmn : St. ,
Agent ? , OnmliR , t\'nl > .
Jl AU1I1CB W. KOZMlNkiKJ ,
Mi M.tlOe t > utpa < * . ( VitK or
t. UeAKK2'Sli | <
U tlu u l Ixrrtaliui
iCtlitm lOI 10 llt.llli.ad ll-ur i.t > lr -.lti i.lldil'l
. . . . . .
tt.k.lup. * .nt f < i. per.
N. W.Coit , I3ru& DODGE STS. , OMAHA , NEB.
I'OU TUB TRUATJIKNT Off ALT.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFOHMITIES AMD TnUSSES.1
Beet Facilities , AppimtuiancincmedlcsfarSucceiil'ul
Treatment of every form of D'seno ' renuirinc /
MEDICAL or SURQIOAI , TREATMENT.
WIHETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS. !
Board & Attendance. Beet Accommodations in T/cib' '
CO-WRITE FOX CIRCULARS on Dcformltiei snd
Braces , Trime , Club Feet , Curvatures of j.lne. Piles.
Tumor .0d cer , Catarrh , Bronchltii , InJulotlon.
llectriclty , Par ly ; i , LVlepiry. Kidney , Bladder,1
Eye , har , Bklnand Ulood aud&lf Surgical Operations.
DISUSES OF wmn iSu
ni : iuvEMTr.MT Ainirn A I.YIM
WOJirs JiuitlMico.\FlNLi > ST. ( STRICTLY PHIVATt. )
Only ReUablo Medical Institute making a Specialty of
PRIVATE BISE ASUS
All lllooJ nii a.c , luceciirullr trealtd. HrrbllUio I'olioo
rccmrcJ rroallio ij > ri ullliout mcrcurr. Kfir Ilfilornllio
Trcalirrnlforloiaof Ml IL lull HI. I' rtlc3 uncbloto tllll
uaiuajLo trc&lcd at hone by cotTeipnaAcnce , All cotninunleo"
Frcisiccurtlrrarkcilconi > rtitol3ilc ! > l > c < iiUuli or Ituitr.
Mdorr ot your cai , and wo Bill ccnl In rloln trnrrcr , ou
E : upon I'rloio. ' KrccUl
Illi ; Ulcct nl X.rlcocclc , vlttt nncillon Mil. Jiittt
OSIAMA. MEDICAI , ft BUliaiOAI. INSTITUXB ,
13th and Dodge Strcots , OMAHA , KEIJ.
Dr. J. E , McGREW
III lie ! Trcndnt'iit of All Chronic , Nervous
fipcnniitorrh'cn , IinpotONcy anil Kulllnv .Mnnlioort
li uliitolr itiroil. A niio Kiiar.intfuil In nil fiirrnn f
rilvito llinc.iaui , Mrlituru ) , ( ilcot , Ac. Cnturrli ,
'I 'I i nil I , Minirt , imd llu.irt ll > u tu , Itliaiiinulliin ,
Hplnul iMid huumlo Dltvutut , lllouJ und riktn IMiuuioi
I.itdloa' imil uiiiitlaiuon'a wultlnK rooms ci > artHu
BII I enllrt'lc 1'iivuto.
fiiniiulintliiii Ircii. Fend fur liouki. f-rcrct and
rilviito li'cn ) i' ( if .Mnn , ' l ( i'\VMiiinMiir | Il < o.iim > ,
lie < urh ( itiuium ) . 'Jn-utuiuut by cunu i > uailcntoi
> ui < ltHiiii | furruoly ,
OWJCU ; 10T1I AND DOUOLAB
OMAHA , NK1I.
Roimirlwblo / iiowarfulByinpnthatlo
tnuo , pliiiblu action rvid ubEultiio darn-
hllity ; ! iO ycai-o1 rci'ord the heat ( ruaraii-
tco of the oxi'ulluiicu of these liistru-
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