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8 THE OMAHA DAILY 73E33 > MONDAY , JULY 15 , 1881) .
The business onico of TJIH Bicn Ifl now
in its pormnnont mmrtors on the first
floor of TilK 15ii : building.
Andreas' circus will exhibit nt'tho
Coliseum grounds , instead of nt the cor
ner of Eighteenth mid Charles , on uc-
countot cable line connections.
ClmrloTi Kebslor- explained his visit to
the jiill by stating Unit ho wns holding
up 11 telegraph polo on North Thirteenth
Btreot when John Llndborcr came nlong
nnd attacked him without 'the slightest
provocation. Both wore nrrcslcd.
Personal L'nriistrnnti" .
W. Hetsloby , of UoiUrlco , Is Dt the Arcade.
Will Hall I'ooro , of ICcnrnojIs ; at the
D. F. Loarson , of Kansas City , Is at the
J. U. Mason nnd wife , of Ottumwa , In , , are
at the Millard.
Dr. 1C. . D. Arnold is In Now York for. a
brief vacation ,
B. B. I'nddock , of Fort Robinson , Is stoi >
ping nt the Murray.
John Wilson nnd wife , of Kearney , rxro
stopping nt the Pnxton ,
J. M. Tnnchcr. post trader nt Fort Nlo-
brnra , Is at the Pnxton.
J. N. Harrison , of Wood River , Neb. , Is
stopping at the Arcade.
William Planck and wife , of Red O.ik , la. ,
ore guests at ttic Arcade.
J. E. Shorwln mid F. L. Esniny , of Fre
mont , are guests nt the Murray.
Judno Samuel Chunman and V. V. Leon
ard , of PlnUsmouth , uro at the Murray.
13. Bllloway , proprietor of the Murray ,
went east to-day , accompanied by his wife.
Miss rnniilo Arnold , bpoclal music teacher
In the public schools , Is at LaUo Guuuvu ,
Wisconsin , for tlio summer.
Mrs. Edward Hanoy. wife of Depot Master
tor Hnnoy , of the ynlon Pacific , iiccom-
paulcd by her sou , has gone to Hcd Cult , In.
A Ticket Agftnt Immersed.
J. 1C. Chambers , depot tlck'ct agent of the
Union Paclllo In this city , who Is rusticating
nt Ucllovnc , fell In n. well at that placu Sat
urday evening , nnd. asldo from being badly
scratched nnd cut about the hands and face ,
cnmo near bcliiK drowned. His injuries nro
I. S. Peterson , n switchman In the Union
Pacific i arils , had n slight dlfllculty with
Tom Dcinpsoy last night , which resulted In a
fight. Peterson received u cut on the side of
the head In front of the car. The weapon
was u jack knife. Peterson's father 12 pro-
prlutor of the Omaha house. In the vicinity
of Sixth and Pierce , near which thu light oc
curred. When onicors Vizard nnd Pahl ar
rested the sluggers Charles Soland attempted
to interfere , uud was also arrested.
Advice to .Motliorn.
Mr § . Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always bo used for children teeth
ing. It soothes the child , softens thu
gums , iillaysnll pains , euro.- ) wind colic ,
and is the best remedy lor diarrhnea.
25o a bottlo.
A Rcnstly Exhibition.
People in the vicinity of Thirty-third and
California streets have been greatly annoyed
nnd disgusted lately by the conduct of sev
eral men and boys , who have made most dis
graceful exhibitions of themselves by going
in swimming in u pond in that neighborhood
in broad daylight nnd in full view of tno en
tire popU lace , attired in niry nothingness.
The pond is about ( Hxl50 ) feet and in some
places is twelve or fifteen feet deep. It has
been used as a swimming place by boys for
some time , but since the ram of Saturday
night it has become larger and was resorted
to by men. This was the "last straw1 , " nnd
the police were notitlcd yesterday afternoon.
Captain Cormack at once started for the
scone'of action , but as ho was in full view
lonp before ho reached the spot ho found no
A HEAVY UAIN JPALIj.
Collars Flooded and J'avctl Streets
I ) ally Damnccd.
Saturday evening this ctt.y , and n largo
portion of the state , was visited by n very
heavy rainfall. Reports received in this
city yesterday from points along tne line of
the Burlington and Union Paclllc were to
tli effect that tuts storm wns general in its
sovcjity. Several cases of defective road
bed wore reported , but nothing In the line
of a washout , and all overland trains were
run on schedule time. It is thought that the
storm that passed over Omaha was fully ar
severe as that nt any other point , nnd re
ports of innundntlons , washouts and Hooded
cellars are numerous. On South Tenth
street a plank being towed along the cable
track by the water wris the means of derail
ing u cable train. While endeavoring to re
store hla car to the track , Gnpuian W. G.
Ward , residing on North Twentieth street ,
was badly injured by being caught under
the car , the latter swaying from a prop.
Trains wore badly delayed.
The residents along Thirteenth street In
the vicinity of Williams , were visited by
unothor deluge. The building occupied by
John Hoffman , and owned by John Uarllven ,
corner of Thirteenth & Williams , wns dnui-
njed ( to the extent of & 00 , while his loss on
liquor.stock will swell thu amount to $1,500. ,
The basement was filled with water and the
'walls rendered unsafe.
The basement walls of the new -IIolup
building , near the same point , caved in , en
tailing a loss of sovcral hundred dollars. At
this point water ( loaded the sidewalks to the
depth of three feet , and u lurijo quantity of
refuse left upon the walks after thu water
bad receded rendered the walks impassible.
The area-way and vault of the new three-
story brick block on South Thirteenth , near
this point , the property of Frank Pokornoy ,
was damaged'to the extent of 5300 , and uiny
necessitate the laying of a now foundation.
Near the Fourteenth street crossing of
the B. ft M. tracks three fam
ilies were compelled to abandon
their cottages , the water Hooding
thu floors to the depth of sovcral feet. The
pavement on Williams between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth was badly washed , nnd in
certain places torn up by the streams of
water. On Fourteenth street , near Williams ,
In front of the resilience of II. J. Hackotts ,
a large excavation was made in the street ,
the ground bemi ; washed away to the depth
of sovorul toot. Near this point , qn Four
teenth street , the families of H. Yellow , U.
Verona mid Peter Newman wore compelled
to uiovu their effects to the second story of
their houses In order to avoid a thorough
soaking. The icsulonts In that vicinity claim
that some stops should bo taken to remedy
the defect. Colonel II. J. Huckult , who has
suffered considerable- this way s.ild :
"The remedy is to supply this territory with
BUfllclont drainage. You see , Thirteenth
street receives all the surface watcrof a Urge
area of territory , nnd has only n 10-inch
tower pipe. It is the heaviest water shod in
the entire city. This source of escape is m-
ndtqunte. Wo should have at least a thlrty-
Blx-inch sewer main , ana wo will petition
the couucll- remedy this at an early
It Is estimated that the damage dona on
Thirteenth street alone will foot up about
M.OOO. At the intersection of Tenth and
Fnrnam streets the pavement Is undermined
und the road-bed U unsafe for travel. A
largo hole , resulting from the sinking of the
stone pavement , shows that lully 100 squara
yards is damaged by the ground being
washed away underneath the stono.
On the west side of Twelfth street , extend
ing 120 feet south along thu curbing from
Capital avenue , the concrete pavement wns
torn from the base and carried uloug by the
force of the water , Largo pieces six fcot
square wore carried several yards , It Is es
timated that eighty or ninety square yards
Were torn up , and much more tlmu this will
have to bu removed , us the mud 1ms collected
under It and caused It to raise up In hil
The sewer trench in the nllo.v south of
Dodge street caved In on the west sldo of
Boventeenth street , making a dangerous hole
seven feet deep und twunty feet lout' , directly
at the crossing.
Thirty-second street nt California , and
also at Webster ban caved In , Tlio holes are
on one side of the Street , nnd extend half
Way across the road , having a depth of seven
or eight fcot. No lights are displayed.
For u disordered liver try Ueecnam's ' 1'illi
PLATTDEOISCIIER VERE1N ,
Delegates and Frlonda Spend a Day
at Rusor's Park.
A GRAND CONCERT AND PICNIC.
The MiiKlu nnd Sports of tlio Fatherland -
land tlio Features of the I'ro-
crnmine History of the
At Uuscr'H 1'ark.
An excursion to Rusor's park was given
yesterday by the Omnhn Plattdeutschor
Vcrcm In honor of the delegates of the
various voreins of the United States who nro
In convention hero.JThp local organization
nnd visitors mot at ( jlirmnnin hall nt 12SO : p.
in. , and , preceded by the Omaha Guards
batrtl , marched to the Webster street depot.
J. Jacobson , F. Andrcson nnd T. E. Fohrs
acted as marshals of the parade. At 1 p. m.
the first train , with five conches filled to
ovcrllowltiK With merry excursionists ,
steamed out of the depot. At 2aO : another
train of five conches left , and the i:30 : train ,
with four coaches , carried the last detach
ment. U was estimated that over 2,000 per
sons were transported to the picnic grounds.
Uuscr's park Is a beautiful grove lying
near the Belt line , about flvu miles south
west of the city , nnd no resort about Omnhn
is bettor adapted to entertaining a crowd of
pleasure sooucrs. Among its attractions Is n
line grove , In which nro numerous benches ,
tables nnd other accommodations. Beauti
ful flower beds and winding walks are adja
cent , whllo n line uiicipus lies Immediately to
the -.vest of the grove. A dnnco hull , iinnco
platform , swings and gymnastic parauher-
nalia arc nmorig the other various attractions.
Last , but not least , is the amber-colored
brow , which Is to bo had In any quantity any
day of the week , Sunday not uxcoptcd , lor
the thirsty visitors.
It was at this delightful resort that the
excursionists pns&cd tlio day , The first work
wns to preface the afternoon's plcnsu'ro with
a bountiful plcnlu dinner. After this the
band treated the visitors to n fine musical
selection , and at Intervals played the choicest1
of music during tlio ufturnopu and evening.
" The pleasures of the day were varied. Tlio
danro platform , shooting park nnd
bowling . alley were never falling
sources of pleasure , while on the
campus were a number of pastimes , In which
skill was awarded with prizes. Amongthcse
was the shooting of an artificial bird with a
crossbow. The successful competitors wore
Willie Heinz , Henry Krueger , A. F. Ehlus
nnd Julius Muhlhaus. A gauio for the young
ladies waa the egg race , in which there wore
three dozen competitors. Each young lady
was armed with a spoon In which was an
egg. To make any headway and not dr.o | >
the egg was found to be a difficult task , and
the prize , ahandsomo rug , was won bv Miss
Mary Klusinau , Among other attractions
wcro'foot races , catching of rings whllo on
horseback , ntc.
The Lledorkranz varied the programme
with some choice vocal selections.
At 7:15 : p. m. the first detachment of ex
cursionists returned 'to the city und the last
ut midnight ,
The Plattdeutschcr language , as is well
known , Is spoken In northern Germany , ami
is the most closely allied to the Anglo-Saxon
of any of the Germanic dialects. It was the
love for the old language that caused the
birth of the Plnttdcutschcr association of
North Apicrica. It is also a social and bene
fit organization as well as n patriotic one.
Local societies were organized over two
years ago at Chicago and other places , but
the present union of all of them was uot
effected until 1834 :
The Omaha society wns started seven
years ago by Messrs. Henry Andrcson , Qhrls
Grothmuclc and Gus Boamke. At first it
had but cloven members , but is now 230
strong. Among the delegates who have
already arrived from other cities are Messrs.
Peterson , Hudolph and Schmalfold , of Kan
sas City ; Messrs. Eberman , Ureyer and
Foldmuu , of Denver ; M , Jasper , of Grand
Island , nnd Messrs. Tlarks , Myers , Berger
nnd Hcrtman , of Chicago.
Cushman's Mentnol Inhaler , cures catarrh ,
headache , neuralgia , asthma , hay Fever.
Trial free at vdur druggist. Price 50 cents.
SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
lietwnoit the Cars.
Chnrlcs Hughes , residing on Seventeenth
street , Omaha , Sunday afternoon nt 4 o'clock
jumped on Union stock yards engine No. 2 ,
and while standing on the front foot-board
a slight collision occurred , catching Mr.
Hughes between the end of the car and the
engine. Mr. Hughes hud his right hip dis
located and received some bruises and in
ternal injuries. A surgeon was summoned ,
who dressed his wounds. Mr. Hughes was
removed to t.ho Pacific hotel , where ho Is
being well cared for.
U. O. T. IJ. I'icnic.
Between 500 and GOO friends attended the
first , anniversary picnic given by South
Omaha lodge. No. 53 , United Order of Trou
Bund , Sunday afternoon , in the Gcrinnnla
gardens. The Hibernian cornet band , of
Omaha , furnished the music for danct ng. In
the spcrts of the afternoon Henry Schncling
caught nnd won the pig , Frank Seliramek
pot u drawihgdosk for wlnnlngtho sack race ,
nnd in breaking the Jug Miss Mary Keiser
got u lady's work-box for first pnzo , Miss
Tilbo Suppllt got n lady's satchel for second
prize , and Miss Emmn Eager a doll for third
prize. Prizes wore awarded to Frankie
Forgic , Rosa Spoottlcr , Emma Graves , Delia
F.iulkncr , Emma Koiscr , Mar.v and Lizzie
Hacklmus , Delia Folks , Christiana Eggcr ,
Christiana Stargot , Mary Witt , Anna Fccrs-
ter , Lizzie Baylor , Lena Graves , Lena Horz-
bcrg , Anna Schluutor.
The picnic was one of the bnst attended
nnd most successful over held in the city.
The committees and members nro to bo con
gratulated on the perfect , arrangements and
Ijoyal bunion Organized.
Mrs. E. C , Lane , superintendent of juven-
llo work , Saturday afternoon organized the
Loyal Legion with seventeen mombars. The
officers nro : President , Mrs. E. C. Lane ;
vice president , Mrs. C. Morris ; secretary
and treasurer , Mrs. Lewis Householder ;
chorister , Miss Ella McDonald. The legion
will meet every Saturday afternoon ut 2
o'clock In the Presbyterian church.
A Hrnzon-Kiicoil Thief.
Sunday evening while Dr. Ensor was sit
ting In front of his residence on N street ,
playing with his llttlo daughter Nellie , no
got up in answer to a friend , leaving a valu
able imported ebony cane , made iu Franco
and presented to him. On return In a , the
llttlo girl told Her father that a man took thu
cauo , A careful search failed to recover the
ctinc or detect the thluf.
Notes Anout tlio City.
There will bo a business mooting ot the
Baptist society at thu residence of Isaac R.
Bruytou , L street and the boulevard , Tues
day evening. All members uro requested to
Miss Cera Parrlsh , on her wav homo Sat
urday evening from the tcmpontiico tent ,
sllupod und full , Might/ ! ; injuring her left
Miss Clara Davis Is ill.
Mrs. Dr. FreJ Breed , of Sawnrd , Is visit
ing her parents In this city.
T. C. Marsh Is over In Iowa on one of his
periodical visits ,
The Blue Stars , of Omaha , defeated the
Sobdlkcra by a score of li ! to 1 Sunday after
noon in the Third Ward park.
The Temperance leagui ) will meet Thurs
day evening in the MuthodUt Episcopal
Thu W. C. T. U. will meet Friday evening
In thu Presbyterian church , at which tlmo
onicors will bu elected.
Colonel .1 , O. Ho , , stated at thu temper
ance meeting SumUy evening that , thieves
had ktok'ii Cll wo.th of cream Saturday
night UeloiiRliig to Y. W , C. T. U ,
( " 'kernel J. C. Holt closed bl temperance
lectures Sunday night , having- ( secured l.'iO
signer * , and to-day will remove his tout to
Council BluiTs and open a scries of temper-
unco meetings there.
Mrs. Murrlott , wiftf of Hon. F. Marriott ,
und sou , of Delaware , O. , und Miss Mamlo
Hunt , of Columbus , 0. . are the guests of
Postmaster and Mrs. CocKrtU.
J. A. Shields , of the T. .M. Sinclair puck-
Ing company , of Ccdnr Rapids , la. , Is visiting
bis father , I ) . Shields , of the Exchange.
George Parks , of the firm of Uurncs < i &
Parks , has returned from Chicago , bringing
with him twelve bricklayers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Wcsphol , of Mtndcn , In. ,
nro the guests of friends In the city.
Tlio many remarkable euros Hood's
Snrsnpnrllln , accomplishes nro sulllclont
proof that it does possess peculiar cum-
tlvo powers. _
rue BLUM IN nmLI ; : ARITHMETIC.
Dr. tinmnr'B Sermon nt tlio First Ilup-
flat Church. .
Dr. Lnmnr preached nt the First Baptist
church last evening from the text found in
MarK 8:80 : : ' 'For what shall It profit n man
If bo shall galu the whole world nnd lose his
own soul. "
The great bulk of mankind nro bargain
makers ; even those In professional Ufa nro
constantly called upon to propose or accept
bargains. The questions of dlvlctonds and
urofit and loss nro being continually consid
ered , not only by the business world , but by
almost nil classes of people.
If , therefore , I talk to yon about barealn-
maklng , you understand what I moan , for
you are familiar with that , nnd perhaps
think it a subject quite removed from theol
ogy , It , therefore , tnkcs you by surprise
when Jesus tells you Hint efforts to reach the
kingdom of heaven nro along the same plane
as these by which wo roach the kingdom of
Christ always adapted Himself to Ills
hearers. Ho cared nothing as to whether
Ills prcachlnu : conformed to the methods of
the schools. There was n simple , yet mar
velous , adaptation of His teaching to his
heaters. When He spoke to housekeepers ,
lie told of the power of leaven , nnd talked to
them about sweeping carefully for lost treas
ure. . When He spoke to shepherds , ' Ho talked
about the lost sheep. When Ho spoke to
farmers , Ho told them that , "tho kingdom of
heaven Is like a sower. " When Ho addressed
Himself to bargain-makers , Ho said , "What
shall it profit a man If he shall gain the
whole world mid lose his own soull"
This is a question of profit nnd loss. On
one sldo Is the world with all Its means ; on
the other side Is the soul with nil its Inter
ests. The tiovll presents the world us some
thing worth bargninlng for. Ho tries to
rnako it appear that the world Is of creator
value than a human soul , iho way ho pre
sents the matter is very deceptive and allur
ing. Hu attempts to make it appear that the
soul is Itisignillcont compared xvith the
world. Ho takes people upon the hlchcst
mountains , ns he did Jesus , nnd shows them
the kingdoms of tlio world , and offers to glvo
them nil If they will fall doowu and worship
him , The temptation to accept his offer is so
great that many clap their hands with glee ,
and accept the bargain ho offers. In order
to clearly comprehend the nature of the bar
gain wo are invited to make , lot us put the
world In one scalu and the soul In another.
The world. What about It ) Is It a small
affair ? As another said , "Its flowers are
God's thoughts In bloom. Its rocki arc
God's thoughts in stone. Its dew-drops are
God's thoughts in pearls. " Its ambitions
tower higher than Pike's Peak. Its wealth
is beyond computation. Its joys nro Im
mense. Its society is enchanting ; its power
majestic. This is n most exquisite world a
very rulcnotictto on thu bosom of immensity.
But after all , when you have bargained for
the world , is there any stability in the trans-
nction ) Can you net a title which Is good )
Perhaps the day the bargain was made in
live minutes , pcachance , after the sale Is put
on record death comes , and you must go.
The titles to most of your earthly possessions
you hold through the senses. These may bo
destroyed , nnd the Intellect may bo de
throned. You are anchored -to your
possessions by a mere gossamer thread.
Even though they have cost millions of
dollars , death and misfortune may set them
aside. Even the earth itself is liable to pass
away. Listen : ' "Ihe heavens nnd the earth
which are now by the same word kept in
store are reserved unto fire ag.iinst the day
of judgment nnd perdition of uncodly men ; "
"Tho day of the Lord will come ns a thief in
the mglit in which the heavens shall pass
away with a great noise , and the elements
shall melt with fervent heat. " Millions have
sold their souls for the world. Hnvo any left
testimony that they were satisffcd and got
all they bargained fort Byron , after drink
ing deep of the pleasures of the world for
many years , writes iu the bitterness of his
grief these words : *
"M.v life Is in the yellow loaf ,
The fruit and fiower is gone ,
The canker worm nnd the grief ,
Is left to mo alone. "
The man who perhaps drank moro .deeply
than anyone else who has over lived , gives
us his valedictory on the world thus : "Then
I looked upon all the works my hands had
wrought ; and behold all was vanity and vex
ation of spirit. " Solomon concluded that
this world was n cheat. And so will every
one who sells out to the devil , and attempts
to follow Solomon.
Now let us consider the worth of the soul.
We can only get a glimpse of its value by
considering some ot its faculties. Think of
its powers and capabilities. What grand
things it can produce ! How silently It docs
Itsj world How marvellously and deli
cately it Is organi/od 1 It is so silent , and so
delicate that no hand can touch it. Yet It
can weigh an unkind breath , and sum u the
flash of an eye. It Is superior to all other
things. "No fire can consume it ; no flood
can drown it. No rocks can crush It ; no
walls Impede it. No time can exhaust It. It
wants no bridge on which to cross the
chasm. It wants no plummet with which to
sound the depths. It is so swift , so mighty ,
so silent. " Verily , It must bo a priceless
Consider the capacity of the soul for en
joyment , or suffering ; nnd think of the price
that Jesus paid for Its redemption. Ho Bald ,
"What shall a man glvo In exchange for his
souli _ " Ho considered It of such infinite
value that he guvo himself as a ransom for
it. No blood , nor groans , nor grief , nor
suffering was over given like that Christ
paid for the ransom of your soil and mine.
God "So loved the world that He gnvo His
only begotten Son that whosoever bullovcth
in Him might not perish , but have everlast
ing life. "
O , that this night God may help many of
you to say , "I will take ( Jhrist's offer to
night. " And going from this house to lay
your heads upon your pillows , may you bo
ublo In very truth to say ,
"Now rest , my long divided heart ,
Fixed on this blissful center , rest ;
Hero havn I found n nobler part.
Hero eternal pleasures fill my breast. "
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188 0 ClarU 8SA CHICAGO. 4tA
DRS. BETiS & BETTS
1109 FAHSAM STUEET , OMAHA , NBB.
( Opposite 1'ftxtou Hotel. )
Office hours , 9 . m , to 8 p. m. Sundays , 10 a.
m. to 1 p. m.
Specialists in Chronic , Nervous Skin and
t2r-ConsuHatlon at odlco or by mail free.
Wcdlclnos sent by mail or express , securely
Backed , free from observation. Guarantees to
euro nnlckly. safely uud permanently.
Spermatorrhoea , seml-
UDDunTTC ! TIDBIT TTV
ilbltVUUo IJbDlLllI nal f.osBAi.Nicht Kmls
ions. Physical Decay , arlslnp 'from Indlscre
tlon. Kxcess or IndulKence. producing Sleepless
ness. Despondency. I'lnipiei on tbe face , aver
sion to society , easily discouraged , lacK of conn
dauco , dull , unlit for study or business , nnd finds
life a burden. Safely , permanently and pri
vately cured. Consult Iirs. iletts & Detts , HOS
Farnam St. , Omnhn , Neb.
anfl SKiii Disease ?
results , completely eradicated without the aid
of Mercury. Scrofula , Erysipelas , Fever Sores ,
KlotcheH , Ulcers , Pains In the Head nnd Rones ,
Syphilitic Sere Throat , Mcuth and Tongup , Ca
tarrh , otc. . permanently cured where otlicri
7ilinflTT Tfrinaw and Bladder Complaints ,
JUmiuY' Ulllldiy Painful. Dltlicult. too fre
quent imrnlnc or llloody Urine. Urine high col
ored or with milky sediment on standing , \Vcat
Back , Uonorrhiea. Gleet , Cystitis. etc. ,
Promptly and Bafely Cured , Charges .Reasona
mo val complete- , without cutting , caustic or
dlllatlon. Cures effected at home by patient
without a moments pain or annoyance.
To YOIM Men M Miilc-Asefl Men ,
PIIDP The awful effects of early
AQ1TDD UUItti Vice , which bungs organic
weakness , destroying both mind and body , with
all Its dreaded Ills , permanent ! v cured.
MUPTTI ! Adress those who have impaired
themselves by Improper Indul-
and HOlltnry habltu. which ruin both
genres and inlnfl , unfitting them tor business ,
tudy or marring.
M AKiiiii ) M KM. or those entering on that hap
py life , aware of physical debility , quickly as
la based upon facts , First Practical Itrpe
rlence. Second Kvory case Is especially studied-
thus starting aright. Third Medicines are pre.
pared In our lubatory exactly to suit each case.
thus allectlng cures without Injury
f-erSenA 0 centH posttKO tor celebrate 1 works
on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
ThousandH cured. fif A friendly letter or cull
may save you ftiture-BuUerlntr nnd shame , and
add golden y < mrs to ( .life. pef No letters an
swered unless accompanied by 4 cents in stamps.
Address or call on
llt . HETTS & HUTTS ,
U08 l-'unixui Street Omaha. Neb.
EAST , WEST ,
.NORTH and SOUTH
J / \ MV.- _ .
1802 FARNAM STREET.
COLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION 1BJS.
THE MOST PEEFECT OF PENS.
ana Tumors OintEDinn knlfBi
CANCER book free. UU.UIIIIIUIIIL.ILU , ,
Continental Clothing House
We are obliged on account of the busy season to postpone our SemiAnnual -
Annual stock taking until August 1st , and our Grand Clearance
Sale of Summer Clothing will continue for the rest of this montlx
Bargains in Mens 9 eng ,
gains in Boys' and Children's ' Clothing
Special Discounts in Merchant TaiSoiig Bepariiiient ,
Furnishing Goods Department ,
Everything desirable in hot weather furnishings. The largest va *
, riety and lowest prices.
Men's ' Summer Coats and Vests ,
Closing out prices on all these goods.
Pantaloon Department , Price $3 ,
We will cpntinue the sale of $3,60 Pantaloons during the month and
have included many special lines never sold for less than $5.
EARLY CLOSIMG '
JLa L A , JtmuJ' ' JPL A4 * * 7 feso * ? & * A > Wff 8
Until further notice our store will be closed at 6:3O : t > . m. , Saturdays
10 p. m. Our friends will please remember this and make their
OMAHA BOSTON Freeiand , Loomis & Co ,
NEW YORK . .
OES MOINES Proprietors , '
Cor. Douglas and 15th Sts. , Omalia.
FOR MEN'S ' SUITS
Which earlier in the season
we sold for $2O , $25 and $3O.
House cleaning time comes
In every branch of business.
Ours is no exception. The re
duction of our assortment in
Men's Suits incident to the
season's trade , leaves us'with
some odd numbers , and
special sizes still in stock.
These we propose to close out
at a liberal discount.
Our patrons know we are
not given to sensational ad
vertising , and we assure
them that these are bona fide
bargains equal in fit , finish
and quality to the best.
Drop in and look them over.
The size and the price may
fit you exactly.
. JOHN'S MIUTAIIV
ST. .MANMU8 , N. V.
Civil KiiHineerliiK' . Classics. IlnslneRS.
UT. HKV. F , I ) . ItUNTINGTON. Piesldent
1,1. Cou VY. VEKUKCIC. Suporlntondent.
o cuurro , literature , 1
tmulc.firt. K. , HULI-IUD. I'UB < ' ( ) * , Jacknou
FOR MEN ONLY !
FcrtOBTor rAItmO MANHOOD )
o.n.rel snd HERVODft OZBIUT7) )
riTTT ? T1 W sknsii of Body ind Mind ) Slfttli
\J IJ Xi/JV ofErroricrlietnnln Older Younj.
U > t ll. " oil IUHIOOU Tollr IliiUrrl. ! ! U lolitit 4
, . , . , ( iJi'riMikii ; lJH-iuuc.Doiir.
il.oluul , g.rlll. , IIUIM TKIilimr-Hoflll ! t ttj.
trilKr rr 41 6UtM Trrrlt rl i , end r0rilf CaiBlrUl.
Ta ma writ * thfw. H k. fall ttpliBtlUM , * f r * r , ntllij
l.l..i. f , . , . tddrrx Itli aiWH C0..8UIMIO. N ' .
lucceufuliy used monthly by err 10,000
> > Ladl * . AwSafc , L'fftctualuiul i'leatant
\Jtl jH-rltox liy mall.or at druffitisU. Sealed
-r < irtculari ( S jKWtage ttaropu. Addre&s
Tus Etiiusi. CUBMICAL Co. , DBTHOIT , MICH.
For talc and by mail by Goodman Drup
Company , Omaha.
LEMONADCS ; SHERDETS ,
AND ALL COLD-DRINKS.
' fliirneeoflceonthetttomnrh ,
For Hen Ittnlth FrmrvlnE. ( or
clllilr | < n Invltontlrg , and Re-
fr ilitns for All. Ih. B.it Sum-
ia r Btrerage InZxUtinct. War
ranted Gtrlctly fare and Unftr-
mcctcil. An EQclent Remedy
for Dlarrhva , Cholera Morbui ,
Dynnttry. and all Dliordcri ot
NASiiviLi.ETnNN.Juno9 , , > 87 ,
Hcssns. I.OVKNTIIAI. linos.
Doni-RIrs : I hnvo tried the
Huninrlun lllncklicrry Julco
you BU kindly sent me. It In
tliu ne liliiB ultra ot tumiiu > r
drinks. It is free from nlco-
1ml , nllftj-H thirst , tones the
digestive orenns , 1ms a fine
nronintlc llavar. olid Is Just
the tlilnir fordlnrrlicenl troub
les In inn licntnl term. A
TAJ IjK.SI'OONl'UIj IN A
( it.ASS OK ICK WATKll
Dealers ana Ur
MAX MEYER. ADOLP1I MEYER.
K tnl > lishi-d 1800.
GREAT BARGAIN SALE IN
Price. Cash. MontlUy
Square ? ] Vl.OD * ir > .W ) J10.M )
1 Knabe Square 176.00 lfi.M 10.00
I Hnlue.1 llros. Square , . 175.00 15.10 ] 0.K ( )
1 Hiillot , Davla & Co. tiq. 101.00 16.0J 10.0J
1 Kmcrson Square 100.00 10.0' ' ) 7.00
1 Marshal & Wendell an. . 123.00 10.00 .00
1 W. W. Kimlmll Square 100.0J 10.00 7.0J
1 Chlckerlntj Upright ,
used 2years. . . . . . . . . 33..00 25.0J 16.00
Price. Cash. Monthly
1 MfiRon Hamltn , used
ye'ar. $75.00 eio.03 iw.oo
llnylor & Farley , used 1
year 70.0D 10.00 8.03
1 Estoy , used 8 mos. . cost
new il.ri.OU 80.00 10.00 8.00
1 llurdotto IO.OO 7.00 6.0) )
1 Taylor A : Farley : r > .00 8.00 6.110
l.Mnhon Hamltn 25-OJ r > .oo 6.00
1 lleatty (27 ( stops ) 40.00 8.00 7.00
Kvury Instrument guaranteed to bo In good
order. Hrlng this ad. with you , and avoid mis
takes. Any ot these Instruments taken in ex.
cnnnge Cor now at same price anytime In one
year. Call early and get a bargain.
MAX MEYER & BRO.
1622 und 1624 FARNAM STREET.
C.E.&C. M. ANTHONY.
. . . . .
312 1st Nat'l Bank Bulldiner ,
Omaha , - Nebraska
Low rates for Choice Loans. Titles and values
pus-led upon promptly and loans closed without
di'lny. Local cnrrcapondentx wanted In No
raskn and Iowa.
Roiniirkublo for powerful ay in pathetic
lone , pliable action and abBolut.o dura
bility ; 30 years' record the best guaran
tee of Iho excellence of theao instru
TrAellnt \ , ' Men Smoke niul Recommend
THE BAILM TIME TABLES.
tDftlly' Except Sunday.
CHICAGO , KOCK ISLAND PACK-10.
Lcavo , Arrlvo.
No , Z No , . . , , . , . , ; am
No , 0 0:50 : urn No. r , GilSpm
No , 4 , 10:00 : urn - No. 3 , . . , Ui3nm : :
No , U . , U4inmA ; ' No.lll , , 7llum :
CHIOAOO tt. NOUTHWICSTUHN ,
No.n :40am'No.7 : ' UfX am
No.H : il5 ! pmjNo. U Tjiii am
No. 4 . . . . . . . . . .IfJii Pin No. 5 , . . , . . . . . , . .615 nm
All Trains Dally.
CHIOAtJO , MlL\\rAUICKI5 & ST. PAUL.
A No , S OillnmlA No. 1 703am
A No. 4 0 : ( < J pmA | No. U 6i5pm
KANSAS CITi' , HT. JOHKI'U it COUNCIL
A No. 3 10OTainl : A No. a OCWttta
A No. 4 utr ; , pm ) A No. 1 OllUPlu
UIOU.V C1T1'iV PACIFIO.
A No.io 7rj5nmA | No. , . . , . , . . :
A No.lS 7OJpmA : | No.U. . . ; . . . . iOOp
OMAHA & ST. LOUJB.
A No. 8 4 | ' piuA | No. 7 , I'i-M m
A dully ; n dnl\I excupt Saturday : U except
Sunday ; J ) except Monday ; Taut mull.
Notice In hereby glvon that sealed bids will bo
received by the clorlc of Adams Comity , Neb
rasku , ut his olllco ' Hastings. Nebraska , on or
iieforutwnlvu o'clock noon or J illy Utli , liW'j , or
thonurchanoofsovunty Ilvo ijonus of thu de
nomination of one thousand dollars eai-h to ) jQ
Ifisuud by tdo County of Aila-uu In thu Htatu ot
Nebraska , to be dated July Int. l 8.i , and to bu
payublu nt the Flwnl Auoncy of I ho Ht-ite of
ebraska. City of Now Vorlr. State of New
\ ork tHonty year * after the date thereof re-
< loemubl nt any tlmu on or utter ten years from
iho rial * thai-oof nt lliu option or miut county ot
Admins ud to bear lntei-o.st. at the rate at live
jier cent per uriniim payable annually on the
llrst day of July in eacii year , for which interoit
commit jhiill bo attached pa/abld utthe
Bj'sney aforuuuld ,
ItlHliti ; THiervcd to reject any and all 1 ld .
lly order of the lloMi-not HuixirriAun , MuyUth
W. , , I. . II , I'Aiiviimur.
[ BKAI..I County Clork.
JOHN A , c8-rp , Con. tj-Attoruoy ,
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