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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEPMC&DAY , JULY 3 , 1889.
Brink clonrlnjTB yesterday , 8824,653.83.
The police have appeared in tholr
now Bummer linen cnpg.
Eleven cases were sent to the district
court from Judge Borka's court in Juno.
The motor company Una Bovon y-fl vo
men nt work on the vinton street lino.
A car loaded with recruits for west
ern posts was sent out ever the Union
Fred Casey had an aggravated case of
drunk before Judge Borkiv yesterday
and got 810 and coals.
City Garlwgo Inspector Goldsmith re
ceived 8288 for removing dead animals
during the month of Juno.
James Gallagher , who hung himself
in Florence on last Sunday , was burled
in Holy Sepulchre yesterday.
Of the fl.OOO Omaha consumers of city
water , 1,800 paid Boml-nntnml tax on
July 1 , thereby saving , the 6 nor cent
Thoabscondlng contractor , Sauor , has
not yet boon discovered. Ho is not
known nt the board of public works , nil
Ills work being done with private par-
The Musical Union orchestra will
pivo a piuuio and entertainment at
Waterloo park , on the Union Pacific ,
' -Sunday next. A special train will leave
hero at 90 : ! ! in the morning.
Sixty-two applications for teachers'
cortlllcntos have already been Hied with
the board of examination. Most of
thorn are application of old teachers ,
while a few are from now onos.
The Nobles of the Mystic Shrine ,
Tangier's tomplowill spend the Fourth
nt Lincoln , leaving Omaha at 8 n. in. ,
ever the H.j& M. , and returning , roach
homo nt G o'clock in the evening.
Articles of incorporation were filed yes
tordtty by Samuel Katz , Thomas R. Gib-
Eon , Walter Sams and others under the
name of the Washington Land and Im
provement company , with a capital
stock of $200,000.
The odlcos of the waterworks com
pany arc kept cool these warm days by
n system of air pipes which are con
nected with the machine shops and sup
plied with fresh air by a largo lly-wheol
operated in that department.
Residents in the vicinity of Jackson
and Fifteenth streets have made a com
plaint to the board of health concerning
the bad condition in which the horse
market on Jackson street between Thir
teenth and Fifteenth strools is kopt.
Judge Borkn. . disposed of seven plain
drunlca yesterday , five cases of lighting ,
eleven inmates of houses of prostitu
tion , two cases of obstructing view to
saloon , two of vagrancy , one of using
profane language , one resisting an
olllcor and ono fugitive from justice.
About 200 children were given a holi
day and picnic yesterday by the ladies
.of the City Mission. The party was
composed of small boys and girls ,
mostly orphans and children of poor
families. The party went out in several
horse cars and spout a moat enjoyable
The alarm of fire yesterday afternoon
was caused by a slight blnza in the feed
stable of M. A. Heath , near the corner
of Sixteenth and Cass streets. A small
quantity of hay in the roar of the barn
caught lire in some \vav , but was ex
tinguished before any damage resulted
to the building. The loss is very light.
Bruised by a Pall.
A 8orloU3l > ut not nccossarlly fatal accident
happened to James Jones , a brlcit mason , yes
terday. while at work on Fourteenth and
Harney. Ills foot slipped and bo fell the dls-
tanbo of ono story , causing ? severe bruises
and cutting an ugly Rush In his head. His
wounds were dressed , and at last reports ho
was doing very well.
Will you suffer with dyspepsia and
liver complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalize ! * is
guaranteed to cure you.
lst liquor Sales.
Up to date clfiht of the seventy-seven
wholesale and retail druggists of the city
have compiled with the law requlrinfc them
to maUo a report to the city clerk of this
amount of liquor sold durmt ; the quarter , the
names of the purchasers and the purposes for
which the liquor is to bo used. The reports
have been referred to tlmflro and police com
1'nclflo Impress Items.
The Pacific Express company will bopin
their headquarters building on the corner of
Harnoy and Fourteenth streets next Won
President Moraman , of the Pacific Express
company , goes to New York to-day to
attend a meeting of the general managers of
the leading express compunicn of the country
for the consideration of tariff rates.
Wants to 15o a State.
Governor Warren , of Wyoming , passed
through Omuhtt en route homo from Wash
ington yesterday. It was learned that the gov
crnor's especial business in Washington waste
to aid la the movement favoring the admis
sion of Wyoming as a state. To a friend ,
the governor-stated that President Harrison
assured him that ho would consider the
claims of Wyoming to statehood at an early
date. T lie governor was of the opinion that
something would come up concerning tills
mutter at the next session of congress.
Cushman's Menthol Inhaler , cures catarrh ,
headache , neuralgia , asthma , hay Fever.
Trial fruo at your druggist. Price CO cents.
ii Cuuiilil the Tlilaf.
Brian Johnson , a colored youth who has
figured In police court freqncntly durlng the
past two years , is behind the bars again and
this tlmo upon a surinus charge. For the
past month , Fltznatrlek , the Howard street
plumber , has becu unssini ; brass faucets ,
tools and plumbers' supplies from hts shop.
Monday morning young Johnson was scon
coming out of the shop , nud was urrested
ami a charge of burglary made against him.
IJMtzpatrlcU estimates that fully $1,000 worth
of goods buvo been Htnlon from him.
Military Now * .
Spurgcon C. Lallln and William O'Day
have bcea ordered to the military prison at
Lieutenant Solomon E. Sparrow , Twenty-
first Infantry , Fort Sidney , lias been ordered
temporarily to Fort I ) . A. Russell.
The leave of absence for seven days
granted Captain William G. Wodomeyor ,
Sixteenth infantry , Fort Uu Chosno. Utah ,
lias been oxtuadeil ton days.
Ulchuril Hoymar , n deserter from Colum
bus barracks , was delivered up to the com.
jnanciant of Fort Omaha Monday by Ofil-
ccr James Grace , of PluUsmoutli.
I iac ! Wllitn'H Melon Maro.
' DlcltV lido has at last recovered his val
uable trotting niaro , May Clarke , which was
stolen from hi front of his place , corner of
Furnnui and Twelfth streets , some eight or
ten weeks since. The police have been In
dustriously at work upon the case ever since.
but no clue wus obtained until Monday
when Dlclt h.msolf discovered the mnra
hitched on Thirteenth street. Ho Immedi
ately took possession of the animal and drove
her to his stalilea. The uu.n , ClmrJcs Trim-
san by name , who had the muro , claims that
ho ptuil S-VJ for her to some man who repre
sented himself as n real estate agent. The
muro was In good condition , although her
cot were BlioolM * and her hoofa cansldor-
nbly hammered up by constant use upon the
streets , 'i'liy strangest feature of the atTatr
In that Troiibim says the mare has never
been out of the city , BUVO on Sunday drive * ,
oinco tno day ho bpught her , nearly two
months ago. _
Plntt'e chlorides istUochpnpt * > t 'Jisn- !
focUnt. Its gonu-uystroyinjr | unit. .
Jlo's Golne to Hurl When tlio Fourth
Wnr < l In Kcnolicil.
James A. Croignton was before the board
of equalization early yesterday morning
and Innulgcdjln ngrcat deal of vociferation.
"How did you sleep last night , Uncle
Jim ? " Inquired Chairman Mount.
"Oh , I slept all right , but am on the warpath -
path to-day mid don't you forget It. "
Then the old gentleman commenced a
rambling tlrado against Mr. Kosewator and
"I'll got ovnn with them. Now Is my tlmo
to have revenge. You will see nome fun be
fore 1 got through. " Those and other ram
bling threats were rapidly given expres
Then ho got the assessment books ami
utter looking through them about
nu hour , asked for a blank complaint , which
ho filled out , to the nffcct that the personal
property or Tins lien publishing company
and TUB Unr. building company was assessed
too low. This complaint was left with the
board. As Mr. Creighton walked out of the
room , ho was heard to say :
"I'll ' bo back when you reach the Fourth
ward and then we'll find out whether I am
to pay more taxes than other people or not. "
The board was at work yesterday on Third
ward complaints , of which there are six or
seven hundred , very little head way has been
made thus far. The viiluatlon of Charles
JJolndorff's lot was raised from $11.-100 to
512,000 , and J. L. Lovott's from $ i,780 ! to
$3,000. whllo II. Hornstion , whoso property
was returned at $ l,20i ) is reduced to Jl.UOO.
None of the largo assessments have as yet
Initiators null Impostors.
The unequalled success of Allcock's
Porous Plasters as an external remedy has
stimulated unscrupulous parties to put forth
imitations , which they endeavor to sell on
the reputation of Allcock's. It IB an absurd
ity to speak of them in the same category as
the genuine and original porous plaster.
Their pretentious are unfounded , their
vaunted merit unsupported by facts , their
alleged superiority to or cqualjty with
Mlcock's a false pretence.
The ablest medical practitioners aud
chemists and thousands of grateful patients
unite In declaring Allcock's Porous Plasters
.ho . best external remedy known.
AN O'NKILiIj 3IA.N
A. Wealthy Fanny Acquires Wisdom
from a Confidence
Henry Uced , a prosperous farmer from
O'Neill , Is the latest victim of confidence
operators reported in Omaha. Mr. Uocd has
been laboring for a numucr of years on his
Nebraska farm , and has succeeded in gaining
a supply of cash that warranted him in re
tiring from the work. Ho sold his farm
several days ago for S5OJO and started for
ills old home at Mar.shalltowu , Iowa , where
lie has a daughter living. IIo arrived in
Omaha yesterday with $150 in his pocket
and started out to see the city. It was the
old story. A young man moi him and offered
to show him the signts. In the course of the
ramble the formnr informed liced that ho
was going to Marshalltown also and finally
secured a loan of $100 on a bogus chock for
ten times that amount. The young 'man left
Keea in n stairway of the Anderson block on
Sixteenth street while ho went up to see a
man. It was only after six dreary hours of
waiting that it dawned upon the farmer that
ho had been duped. Ho then reported the
matter to the authorities.
"Tho cuss was so dinged polite that I'd
loaned him a thousand dollars If he'd asked
for it , " said Heed In recounting his tale of
woo. "Well , well , " ho continued , "we're
never too old to make dinged fools of our
Reed took an afternoon train for Marshall-
Mnko no Mistake.
By dispelling the symptoms so often
mistaken for consumption , Santa Able
has brought gladness to many a household.
By its prompt use for breaking up a cold
that too often develops into that fatal dis
ease , thousands can bo saved from an un
timely grave. You make no mistake by
keeping a bottle ot this pleasant remedy in
your house1. CaliforulaCat-r-.Curo is equally
effective in eradicating all traces of nasal
catarrh. Both of these wonderful California
remedies arc sold and warranted by Good
man Drug Co. ? 1 a package , U for $ ii.50.
Holllns District PuviiiK Bonds.
The $2',000 worth of bonds sold by City
Treasurer Rush Monday were sold in two
lots. Bids were received from the Omaha
Loan and Trust company , which offered 2
per cent ; John A. McSlmno , who wanted all
of them at 195 premium ; S. A. Keano & Co. ,
of Now York , 8100.57 , or a premium of
? 1,445 ; W. J. Hayes & Sou , Now York , $887
premium ; Brewster , Cobb & Estabrook , of
Hoston , J10II.50 premium ; Koft'man & Stanton -
ton , Now York , $104.05 ; Ulatio Bros. & Co. ,
Boston , $103.0375 ; Farron , Leach & Co. ,
Now York , $104. The Omaha board of edu
cation offered St. 07 for $3,590 , and got them.
The other $1,859 , which are for alley pavjng ,
went to S : A. Ke.m & Co. An these bonds
are pavnblo in from ono to nine years , they
were not as desirable as though placed at
long time , therefore the amount received for
them is considered largo.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
is only put up in largo two-ounce tin boxes ,
and is an absolute cure for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hunds.jind all skin erup.
tlons. Will positively cure all kinds of piles-
Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug company at
25 coats per box by mall UO cents.
licensed to Wed.
Marriage licenses were Issued to the fol
lowing pai ties by Judge Shields yesterday :
Name and Residence. Ago.
( Froa Luchsingor , Omaha . 2 (
| Louise Noblting , Omaha . IS
( Richard C. Hewitt , Omaha . 20
( Mary MoKittrick , Omaha . 2t
1 Joseph Murray , Omaha . 2-1
| Auiiio Anderson , Omaha . 23
( Jeremiah Honnosioy , Leo. Neb . 2o
\ Belle McGinty , Omaha . 20
I Frank C. Dwolloy , Omaha . 21
] Eva A. Robbins , Omaha . 22
The Now Yor.c I A fa .
The Now York Life people announce that
their now building will bo thrown open next
Thursday for the inspection of.tlio public ,
and a general invitation has boon extended
to all tboso who may desire to sco tholr great
ThjBpowdernoror yarlos , A. marvelo f ga n |
utrennth \vlioluinmono31 * . Moroecon airau
tbHu th ordinary KliuU , and cannot ba aoaS .
competition with the multitude * of loir oat
fhortwolghtalumor phospaiu powd ri. Sola
only In cut ) " . Royal Unklni ! I'ovrder Coia >
i WttlUtroot Now lorfc.
Continuation of our O-reat Sale of Spring and Summer Clotliing to Close
tlie Season. This sale is greater tlian any we ever had.
Thousands are taking advantage of this sale to buy Fine Clothing , at
lower prices than have ever "been offered before.
For the next 30 days we will offer the most extraordinary "bargains in every department in our establishment. Ready
made clothing department , Furnishing G-oods department , Hat and Cap department , ever shown in America. The
time has come for closing out our spring and summer weights. The opportunity is yours.
MEN'S READY-MADE DEPART this line but pure , all wool suitings an' ' * sale for $2.60 per suit. This is the price
MENT. remember , a 3)10 ) suit nt the Continental A special bargain line of Men's all paid for a cheap grade of satinet , but in
In our Mon'H Ready-Mado Depart is just as closely inspected in regard to wool Cheviot Pants In n neat dark this line wo offer a good honest wearing
ment wo offer 160 Biuta of Men's Flno making and trimming as the higher Btrlpod ehovlot , in nil about 200 palra , material , in colors suitable for school
Whip-cord Suits In 3-button cut.vways , grade of goods. There arc goods in this will bo offered at this sale nt the un wear in all , ono -of the best values
at $15.00 per suit. Tlicso are gooda line that cannot bo bought outside of the heard of price of S2.-25 nor pair. Send for vacation wear wo have ever offered.
which have sold in our stock all season Continental for less than $15. Our price us your measure and P. O. order for
for S22 per oult. Made from nn imported is only $10. S2.25 for a pair of this lot mid they can
ported worsted , elegantly trimmed1 , anil not fall to bo satisfactory. Wo know OUR LINE OP PINE SUITS AT $5.
of a suitable wciglit to wear nt any sea what those goods are worth. They were Complimentary remarks are made by
son. Wo claim that tills line cannot never bought for loss than S3.60. our customers when they examine out1
bo bought outside of the Continental PANTALOON DEPARTMENT. line of line Cassimoro ana Cheviot Suits
for loss than $22. Our price at this sale at $5.00. I.uring ) this sale the variety
will bo 815. All eizos from 84 to 41. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S DEPART will bo larger than over , mid wo nro
If you purchase a suit of this lot and PRICE S3.GO. sure of one fact , that every garment
it Is'not found to bo as represented , the MENT.- Bold out of this dopartmo nt will crivo
purchase nionoy will bo refunded. Wo It is our custom at the close of each Boys'Long Pant Sulla , ages 10 to 14 perfect satisfaction , and n customer oversold
cannot send samples of the cloth , but BOUSOU to make special prices on our years , price $5.50. sold will always bring their children to
will send n sample suit to any address , pantaloon stock to clear up the broken We offer the greatest bargain line of the Continental to bo fitted. Our var
and if it Is not satisfactory , may bo ro- lots. Lagt spring wo liad an immense Boys' Long Pant Suits , ages 10 to 14 , iety is larger , the quality is just as re
turncd at our expense. Send to us for sale of plants at $3.6C per pair. Wo will wh'ich wo have never sold at $5.50 per presented , and our prices are lowe ?
self-measurement blanks. Remember uffor this week another special bargain suit. Nothing larger than 14 , In pure than are paid for inferior goods at other
the price , $16.00 , in frock suits. lot including some very choice styles of nil-wool Cassimores andChoviots-goods places.
which wo have sold all season for 87 andS
silk mixtures Cheviots Cassimores nud
' , ,
MEN'S SACK BUSINESS SUITS. Fancy Worsted , at the same popular. $ S , at the unheard of price of $5.50 , to
Wo have reduced prices on our Fine price of $3.60. Many of these styles clear up this on tire lino. Wo cannot FURNISniNG GOODS DEPART-
Business Sack Suits to a tower average have sold all the season for So and $6. send samples of this cloth , but always MENT.
than we have ever shown since wo have This is an opportunity to buy something bear in mind that you need not hosituta
ecu in business. Wo can afford to do line nt a very low price. Samples nro to send us a postal-note for the amount Special " prices " on " Fine Underwear.
ht as wo manufacture our own goods shown in our windows. Mall orders and if the goods nro not perfectly satis " Vacation Shirts.
and in largo quantities. Wo have had must bo accompanied with postal note factory , wo will pay all express charges ' Fancy Hoisory.
a successful season and nro determined for the amount and any pair not found and refund your money. " Neckwear '
not to carry ever n light weight suit. perfectly satisfactory , mny bo returned Boys' Shirt Waists.
MEN'S $10 SU1TSALE. at our expense. Length of the leg and
The most attractive part of this sale Is waist measure are the only measure BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS , PRICE
our largo line of suits marked down to ments required. The styles are nil neat S2.60. HAT DEPARTMENT.
$10. Wo will not attempt a description mixtures in medium shades , very few 250 Boys' Knee Pant Suits , in a neat Prices in Straw lints for Men's , Boy's
of those goods ; they must bo seen to loud styles among them , so you are per gray ana black check and brown and Children less than cost. Our object ia-
bo appreciated. There is nothing in fectly safo.in ordering. gray striped cheviot , arc marked at this to sell every Straw Hat in stock thU
Omaha , Boston , Hew York , Des Homes.
50 OVER A MILLION DISTOIBUT3D.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated by ths Legislature , for Kduca-
tlnmjl mid CharltuWo purpose ? , unil Its fran
chise made a part of tlio present State Consti
tution , In 1S7'J , by an overwhelming popular
Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS Into place
semi annually ( Juno nnd December ) , and
its GKAKD SINGLE * NDMlJEll DKAW-
INGS take place In each pf the other ten months
of the year , nnil nro all drawn In public , at
the Academy of Music , New Orleans La.
FAMED FOR TWJTY YEARS
For Integrity of its Drawings , and
Prompt Payment of Prizes ,
Attested as follows :
" \Ve do hereby certify that wo supervise the
arrangements for all the Monthly ana Seml-An-
nuul Oiawlugs of the Louisiana Htato Lottery
Company , and In person mimaso and control
tno Drawings themselves , and tlmt the gamu
are eonductt-d with liouosty , fairness , and in
coed faith toward all parties , anil wo authorize
the company to use this certltlcato , with fac
similes ot our signatures attached , In Us adver
tisement * "
We , the undersigned Ranks and Hankers will
pay all 1'rlzos drawn lu the Louisiana State
Lotteries wlilcU may bo presented at our coun
It. it. WALMSr.EV , Tres. Louisiana Nat.nank
I'IKHRB LANAUX. I'res. State Nat. Hank.
A. HALDW1N , Pros New Orleans Nat. Hank
CAHLKOHN. Pros Union national Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
At tlio Academy of Music , Now Or-
Jonns , Tuesday , July 16 , 1889.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000
100,000 Tickets nt 820 ; Halves 810 ; Quar
ters fB5 ; Tenths 2t ; Twentieths $1.
MST Of IMI1ZE3
1 P1H55K OK K W.i 3 is . 100,000
1 I'KIZK OP I < 0.03Jls . 1CO(10) (
1 1'KI/i : OlMJ.OOO la . tt,001 )
i I'Ki/.i : OF ur. . , is . iii.oD )
5 I'KI/l'.S OP 10,000 are . i'O.OOJ
6 PIUBKS OF fi.OOOuru . . . 2i , , ) )
2fl 1MI1X.KS OF l.OJOaro . : yoOJ
KM IMir/.KS Ol f.nOaro . 60,0)0 )
BOO PJU/.H8 OF aiWaro . . 00,003
WO PltlZKS OF aXJaro . 100.03J
1001'rlzesof S&OOaro . 150,030
1001'rlzesof : RX)4ira ) . .TO/XH
1001'rizesof JHWaro . S0.030
1HIIM1NAI , 1-lllZKS.
oflii Prizes of looaio . rm.ooo
09 ! ) Prizes of IWure . v . lO.OJO
8,131 Prizes , amounting to , . Jl.ftil.FOO
NOTB Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are no
entitled to Terminal 1'rlzcs.
XTS "WAMTE > .
llATKS.or anv further informa-
ton desired , write leclbly to tlio undersigned
clearly statlua your lesidunce , with State. Oouu
ty.Ktrcet and Numuer. More rapid return mall
delivery will bo assured by your enclojlns uu
envelope hcarlna vonr full nddrnii.
Address. M. A. DAUPHIN. Now Oileam , La.
UyordlnarvloUur containing Manny Orclor
Issued by all Kxprrss Companies , Now York
Exchange , Draft or Postal Note ,
Address Eogis.croi Letter * Containing Cur-
T1IU NUW OltLEANS NATIONAL HANK ,
New Orleunn , La.
REMEMBER T $2
iiv Fouu NATIONAL HANKR ot
No w Orleans and the tickets are signed by the
President of an Institution whose chartered
rittlits Kro rccornlzod In highest courts ; there
fore , beware of all Imitations or anonymous
ONKlVoLLAIt Is the price of the smallest part
or fraction pf a ticket ISSUKU lir USln any
drawing. Anything iu our iiarau ottered for less
tnan a dollar is u swindle.
MO raw oat f !
Aftnr Invoicing ouv clothing stock , we
find certain lines of sultn that have not
Boldrcftdlly : consequeutly the price 1ms
been roducad. An early call will bo to your
MAX MKVKlt. ADOLP1I S1KYKH.
GREAT BARGAIN SALE IN
Price. Cash. Monthly
1 Btclnwny Square JIM.OJ ili.UU 110.1,0
1 Knube Square 175.0J 15.03 10.00
1 Malnos HIOJ. Square. . 175.00 16.UO 10IO (
IHallet , Iavls&Co.tq. ! W..UO 15.0J 10.0J
1 Kmersonl-qunro 100'JO 10.0J 7.00
1 Marshitl \Vpndoll sq. 12.5.00 10.00 g.00
1V , V , KliubiiU Biiuaro 100.0J 10.00 7.0J
1 ChlckerliiK Upright ,
usedX'yeura 83j.OD 2J.OJ 15.00
I'rlco. dish. Monthly.
1 Mason Hamlln , used 1
year . $75.00 tlU.03 UOO
liny lor & Farley , ube l 1
year . 70.03 10.00 8.03
1 Kstey , used 8 inos. , cost
liuw 135.W ( . OO.W 10.00 aoo
1 llnrdette . JIJ.OJ 7.03 C.W
1 Taylor A ! Parley . 8" > . 3 8.00 D. (
1 Mason Hamlln . W.OJ t.00 0.00
lllcattyCTstopi ) . 40.00 8.00 7.00
Kvory Instrument uuanuitacd to bo In good
order. Hrlng this ail. witli you , and avoid mis
takes. Any of these Instruments taken In ox.
ctiango for now at BSJUO price anytime inoue
year. Call early and get iv bargain ,
MAX MEYER & BRO.
1522 and 162 1 FATiNAM STREET.
GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1878.
W. BAKfiil & CO.'S
It ( iliioliitcli/ pure and
it l soluble ,
re uieil In IU preparation. It hai mart
Ikan Halt < / " < tin llrtnyU lit Coco *
inlicd ulth SUKli , Aminroot or Srgir ,
and li Ibetcfore far more economical ,
eotltng In9 laan oiu etnt a et'f. Iti \
dellcluuf , nourUMu ; , ilrcrstUcuin ; , &
OILY DIUWTIO , and admlraUlyxlir'tcd
for Invalid * ai will aiperioni In braltli.
Sold ljr firoccn cierjiilicrc.
W. BAKER & CO. , Dorchester ,
M C Vnid nil urinary 'rouuiea im ujr. i
Ilk I ly and safely curotl ijyDOOTUU. . Can-
Bules. ticvoral cases cured iu Beven ctnyu. Bold
nt 41.60 per box. nil drucu'lsta , or by mall from
Uoctuiu ; Jl'f'K ti. U * WUito B N. V. Fulldlreo-
gjjsBgsgaasf'V ' * *
H.W.COR. I3FH&DOUCESTS. , , OMAHA.NEB ,
FOB TUU IBEATIIKKT Off ALL .
-PA ! BWP&W9 &
. 'MJiiiljiM '
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES.
Beet Facilities , Apparat-JiandKrmedIe3foriuc ( < .eejfu'
Treatment of every form of DUeato reoulrinE
MEDICAL or BUROIOAL TREATKJfHr.
NINETY-ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Board fc Attcndince , licit Accommodations in Vfcst ,
03-WltITE POE OinOTJUVRS on Deformities and
Braces , Triimea , Club Feet , Curvatures cfEjiIic.rilcs ,
Tumon , Cancer. Catarrh , DroncMtis , Inhalation ,
Electricity , F"aly i , Epilepsy , KHnw , Bladder ,
Eye , Ear , SkJnand Hlood nnd all Surgical Oferatione ,
DISEASES OF IVORO ftJSK'Alif , ,2rSa
VTi : HiVK MTELY illllEH A I.YL''O.IX I > nMIlTllK\T HB )
woaBj liuiil\ucoMi\hK > Ar. ( STRICUY fSIVATF. )
Only Reliable Uedlcalloitltutatnaking a Specialty o (
All lllcod niicnei ( ucccnfuUjr IrcnlcJ. 871 tIMIlo I'olion
removed from tlio ijiltm without mercury , ht < r ICf.loralhe
Treatment furLon of MTAL 1'OHKIU I'Mtlej unable to Tlilt
cirniyLolrcJlMntlioiiiet.corrcipocdcncc. . Allcommunlca-
tloui confidential. MedlelaeiorlnitrtimrntsEeotbrinnllorex *
trcu lecurclr packed , namarli loin Jleiteeonteiilioritmler.
Caj pcnonallatcrilew preferred. Call ni eoiuult mcr icnl
tUtonr or Tour cmo , nnd we will lend In | il ln unrrer , our
Fifing Tfi KFH FREE ! Upon rrli.te. S.eclil | or
UUUn IU nlCrt .
> ) NcrvoLiniiea eiIrarotencTH/pli.
Illi ; Olectnnd V.rlcocolo , vrltlujnMtlun il t. AOdreo
OMAH A. MEDICAL & BUUOIO AI. INSTIT UTE ,
ISth and Datlge Btrecta , 013AHA , KEB ,
Dit.R.O.YJSST'S NKUVB AND HHAIN IIK-
HUNT , a guaranteed snoclUo for Hysteria , DIzzl-
uoh . Convulsion" , I'lt8. Nervous NcnralRla ,
HoaUache , Nervous Prostration caused by ths
use of alcohol or tobacco , U'tikofuiucsH , .Mental
Deiru5 ) loii , Softening of tli Hratn , re'iultlnijln
lumtnlty and InadlUK to misery , decay unit death ,
I'lematuraOld As" , Harronness. Loss of i'ower
In either BISK , Involuntary Lossas and Spermat-
orhtcacaused by orur-exertlonof thobruln.eelf.
abuse or ovcrindulccnco. Kacli box contain ?
cne month's troatmunt , H.OJabox.or six boxen
for W.W.sont by mall iirep ld on receipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received by
us for six boxej , accompnnleil with 85,03 , we will
send the purchaser ourwrllttin guarantee lo ro
tund thu money If tlio treatment Ooei not oiroct
a euro. Guarantees Issued only by Uoodinan
Drug Co. , Drug/tints / , Holu Agont. . ) , Ilia farnara
( treat. Oiualii lietb . .
QT. JOHN'S MIWTAUV SCHOOL.
O MANL1U8. N. V.
Civil Ilnt'lneerlni ' , . CJlasnlcs. Huslness.
ItT , HBV. I'.li , MUNTINOTON , I'resldent
I/r. t'ou W. ViitHiCK. : : Haijierintemleiit
TOKW VOU1C MIL1TAHV AOADI5MV COHN'
Jwalloii'lliulHou. . Cor , . C , J , Wuunir , H. B. ,
A. M. , 6upt.H ; V. IIVAix , Conid't ot Cadets.
I'lrramtorv nnd t ollr lalu cmi wi , Illrraluro , UnKiuf at
muiUoutt. K. f. ULUJIIU , nincli l. Jacksontillc,111.
We make you a pair of
rTPCBAsrygciUQ Vect Trousers for $5 , you can
buy them elsewhere at
1409 DOUGLAS .
$7 to $8. We get your
You see a style you like , at $13 to
made $15 a pair.
to You come to us and find our
price is $9i
niensiiro What do in suits
you can is as
It isn't alone the price , Better
designs than are to be found any
Prices. where else
You're generous with yourtrade ,
Suits so shall we be with goods , prices
templing. Tfi ill !
ETCHINGS , J EMERSON ,
ENGRAVINGS , HALLET St DAVIS ,
ARTIST SUPPLIES , ' KIMBALL ,
MOULDINGS , JPIANOS AND OR3 AN3
FRAMES , SHEET MUSIO.
1513 Douglas SI g
Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating
Apparatus and Supplies.
Engines. Boilers , Steam Pumps , Etc ,
Itomnrluiblo for powerful sympathetic
tone , piinblu notion and absolute dura
bility ; iJO ycuro' record tlio Jiost guaran
tee of the excellence of these instru
C. E. & C. M. ANTHONY.
3121st Nat'l Bank Building ,
Omaha , - Nebraska
Jxjw rates for Clioloo Loans. Tltloj nnd values
i ) st < ] upoiil > rotiintly amUo.itu cloted without
delay , no.ul correauoudeutu wuutuil lu No *
emu CEiiiiL numiuiiH
Paris Universal Exposition
. - _ . . . . I'nrllcaditflrlnjicoocl ncrommoilnll on
on tlio ne\r laritu cijuvn tteuiueu ut tlie I'jiuu ua
FRENCH MAIL LINE
( V'lilrti urn noted for tbclr regularity , oiiual to rail *
roa'l trulni , ! n inukln ; tlio trip to Jluvro-riuli In uao
week , uio uilvlieU to
Malic L'iirly .AppUeatlon fur Itcrtlis.
Tiil li ttlio neccunrf on iifcount of Ilia LeatT
truvel tluilutf tlio ej'ilnKuiiU tutuuiur inontLi ,
McCAGUE BROH. , 105 South 16th St. ,
IIAUHY E. MOOCES , 1002 FurwunSt , ,
II. L. If ALL , 122I1 Farnum St. ,
J. U , GUEEN , 1601 Furnum St. ,
Ainut8 , Ouuilin , Nob.
MAUHICK W , KO/.M1M3KI ,
NESS CUttEDtr < i'.rat ,
nklip < nhrar < l UllMlCenr ) rt M .
ll Kttut/Iti mu liunrml Uwk * fi < fci
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