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THE OMAHA DAILY THURSDAY , AUGUST 15 , 1830.
Revenue collections ycstorday , 313-
Edwin OpdyUo nnd Soph In A. Humm
vfcro licensed to marry yesterday
A. J , Orovcr , the ivslstnnt city on-
clncor , burled his llttlo dnufjhtor yca-
tordny nftornoon. She dlod Tuosdny
morn In p.
The rnlhrny mnll officials report num
erous dolnya In the mails , caused by
washouts In the nolphborhood of Bo-
ntrlco nnd Lincoln.
The stuto Turnfost of Turn vorolns
commences to-day at Fremont nnd
will bo attended by n number of ath
letes from this city.
The annual nlcnlo of the Imperial
club vtlll bo hold to-dny at Pries'
lake nnd several other organizations
will Uxko part on the occasion.
ShorltT Coburn wont to the reform
school at Kearney yesterday , with
Omar Call , a boy sentenced to that
place at the last term of court by Judge
A special mooting of the board of
education will bo hold thia ovenincr to
consider the report of the committee on
rules and repairs to the various school
B. Johnson ( colored ) was hold to the
district court yesterday afternoon under
i" ( COO bonds , on the charge of stealing
i"I brass couplings from Dennis Fitz-
The board of fire nnd police commis
sioners has authorized the purchase of
a hose cart for the G. W. Holdrcpo vol
unteer lira company recently osttvb-
lished wosb of Hnnscom park.
Four cnsco of dress goods for the Kil-
patrlck-Koch dry goods company , from
i"I Bradford , England , and thirty bales of
leaf tobacco from Ilavanna , passed
the custom house yesterday morning.
While Mrs. Stove Hnnigun , an old
lady living on the corner of Eighth
street and Capital avcnuo , was attend
ing church early yesterday morning , a
sneakthiof cut a liolo through the wire
screen of the back door , and making his
I way upstairs carried off Mrs. Ilanigan's
I poukotbook , containing Sol. 15. Mrs.
ilnnigan ia an old lady about sixty years
of ago , and this money represented the
savings of years.
John Bochm , a saloonkeeper at
Eleventh nnd Pierce , was tried in the
police court yesterday , before a jury , on
i the oh urge of spiling malt , vinous and
nnd spirituous liquors on Sunday. The
testimony showed that boor was sold on
the premises on Sunday , but did not
show that It was sold in the saloon , or
that It was with the knowledge or con
sent of Mr. Boolim. The prosecution
did not aliow that vinous or spirituous
liquors \voro sold at that time. The
jury returned a verdict of not guilty ,
and the defendant was discharged.
Warren Walker , of North Loup , Is lu the
C. Ii. Cornell , of ICoarnoy , Nob. . Is at the
II. J. Taylor , of Rock Island , is at the
"Hilly" Anderson , of the Murray , is in
H. M. Gou'on and wife , of Minneapolis , are
nt the Puxton.
Mrs. James Brady is visiting nt her old
homo in Illinois.
J. O. Parish and II. M. Loavltt are at the
Pnxton from Lincoln.
W. Ilatton wns n visitor In the city ycBtor-
day from Dodge , Nob.
Charles M. Uatok , a Qralnord , Minn. , man ,
Is a guest of the Murray.
Robert M. Chambers mid wife are nt the
Pnxton from "Diiuvillo , 111.
At the Millanl vosterdav were A. C. Eaton
and wife , of SpringUeld , O.
P. T. RnriRom and W. F. Canada , of Ne
braska City , nro at the Pnxton.
Mr. P. Gavin , a Chicago undertaker , is
the guest of Air. Patrick Hoafy.
DCS Molnosmen nt the Murray last night
wore E. H , Stitpp and W. W. Loouiis.
H. G. Albortson and two ladies , of Phila
1 delphia , were at the Millarcl last night.
J. W. Babcock and daughter were nt the
Millnrd last availing from Cambridge. Nub.
Mr. Joseph Tenhon is entertaining his
brother John nnd niece , Miss Gary , of Chi
George P. Holmnn , wife nnd Miss Zulotto
Holmnn , of Portland , Ore. , were in the city
last evening , on route cast.
Mrs. K. O. Pcattio , wife of Robert B.
Pcattio , of the World-Horald , returned from
Chicago yesterday morning.
United States Marshal Slaughter nnd Rev
enue Collector Peters loft for ICearnoy last
evening to attend the * soldiers' reunion.
Ex-Senator Chnrloa H. Van Wyok passed
through the city lost evening on his way to
attend the Grand Army reunion at ICoarnoy.
L. 13. Uorhum , "Happy Jack , " travolinir
llvo stock airont of the Chicago , Rock Island
& PaciQCj has just returned from a trip
through Montana and Idaho.
F. A. Cornell , a prominent Salt Lakolto ,
Interested in tboMontroso Plncor mme , vis
ited Omaha yesterday en route homo from
Chicago. Ho spent the day with Hugh
Murphy , und went away last evening very
forcibly Impressed with the idea that Omaha
id a largo and beautiful city ,
A rtiinuwiiy Hoy.
Mrs. Tucker , who llvoa over the Empire
Btoam laundry. nt02J North Sixteenth street ,
Is looking for her boy , Led Tucker , n ind of
twelve , who hai been at the Castollur con
vent , but has run away.
In , Di-iimmors.
The outdoor amusement committee for
Merchants' week has called a mooting of
traveling men In the parlors of the Arcade
hotel , at 8 o'clock p , in. , S.tturday , August
17. to urruniro for a pirado in connection
with lliu trades display.
A number of the young mon of the Sixth
Ward Republican club , the organization of
Which made such an elegant display In all
the processions of the Into campaign , liavo
DCRun to feel un interest In the forthcoming
parade of ward organizations during Mer
chants' wook. They have talked the matter
up among tlioir associates nnd on Friday
night the subject will bo discussed in the
mooting it the orgnnlratloti which is to ho
held at Twenty-sixth and Lake streets.
Why Ho Wns Not Arruotnd.
About two weeks ago Justlco Andersen ,
United States commissioner , issued u war
rant for the arrest of "VIo" McCarthy , on
the charge of piisslnp counterfeit inonoy. Ho
was Buupoteu to be ono of the mon who were
engaged in circulating bogus dollars nt
Uollevuo. The warrant was delivered to
Deputy United States Marshal Alien , but
wns not served , t having boon discovered
t'aiit ths collection of evidence Btilllclcnt to
convict , \icCarthy would bo an impossibility.
F. M , Woods IB the auctioneer for the
Unmblotontiin blooU that will bo sold at
Lincoln September 5.
A Very Ohl Settler.
A dispatch from Atlantic , lu. , says that
Isaac Hallcck , formerly a resident of Omaha ,
died August 0 at Hrayton. Ho was ono of
the first settlers In Omaha , In fact lived
hero before the town had been granted post-
oflico facilities. Ho was the first Justlco of
the peace and the second postmaster. Dur
ing his term ho Kept the ollluo in a building
occupied by A. J. Popplelon on Capitol avo-
nuc. All the old citizens remember him ,
The docojsud was a cousin to General Hal-
lock , also to the pout nf tlmt name and Susan
13. Authony , Ho left Omaha several years
ago. _ _ _ _ _ _
Pimples , blotches and eruptions on the
skin evidence the fact that the blood Is in
bad unapt' , nnd those oyuiptoma bhow that
nature la trying to throw off the Impurities ,
in which effort she should bo assisted by u
reliable YCK.otablo blood rcmudy , as is Swift's
Sl > OcUlc.
liOUK TO YOUIt TITLES.
It la nnniternn * to Utiy the /Ulogcd /
Property of the Sqnnltorn.
Some of the people who have boon buying
small homes from squatters arovud Cut-Off
lake are beginning to ilnd out that they may
have trouble m holding thorn. Two weeks
nco Muthlas Mathlnson and wife sold nnd
deeded to William Grimm onn-half acre In
section 3 , township 15 , run go 13. to Which , It
la nald they had no legal title. Thomns
Davis purchased this land several years ago
from the man who originally pre-empted It ,
nnd there Is nothing on record In the ofllco
of the register ot deeds to show that Mr.
Davis over made a conveyance of it to any
ono. Grimm paid Mathltison (300 for the
land , and boiug n poor man , cannot afford to
lose that amount of money. Ho was In con
sultation yesterday with the register of
deeds , Jeff Megealn , who sent him to see
Fred Davis , ca hlor of the First National
batik. HU father , It Is claimed , was the
man who earliest claimed ownership of the
Is now the rate via the Northern Pn-
ollio rnllrond from Omnhn nnd Council
Bluffs to all north Pacific const points ,
Including Portland , Tncomn. nnd Sent-
tlo. Through tickets nro on snlo vln
this route daily. This is the only line
running through the eastern nna con-
trnl portions of Washington Territory.
Stop-overs nro given on Northern Pn-
ciflo second-class tickets at all points In
THI3 1'OSTOFPICE SITE.
Assessed Valuation nnil Tax raid tn
1881) on the Various tjotn.
County Clerk Uooho , at the mstanco of
County Attorney Mahoney , has proonrod a
tabulated description of the various Inter
ests in block 80 , the postoulco silo , with a
statement of the assessed valuation and tax
paldinriSO. The table follows :
Name description lot Mk vuluo lax
William Klemlnir , ' < I 01 KU.'iU ) KU.Il
U. S. National bank , njj 1 HI r , UU 12,1 u )
J. 11. Folnmu 2 in ) 8.UJO ISM
( I. M. Hitchcock , n W ( t H 81)
U..M. Illlclicock , s IDJtof oltn.3 m > 7,000 1I5.UO
(1.51. mirhrock.niiOft I Ml )
Central U.I' , church , i < 0 ft W2J3 ' "
Central U. 1' . churcli.s (0 It 4
lljrron Hooil 5
Mury llecil 0
J. II. Pol om ot nl 8
Samuel K. Drown , n4S t 8
Siirnli It. Knlnlit , 2I R ofn 72..8
1) . CunninKlmin , n 21 ft of S43..9
J. II. Fulsoin , g 24It 8
Totnla ! , I7G&B4
To All Travelers.
The undersigned , ns committee np-
polntcd by the committee on out-door
amusements "Merchants' Week , " cor
dially invite nil traveling salesmen to
meet in the parlorsof the Arcndo hotel ,
Omahn , nt 8 o'clock p. ra. , Saturday ,
August 17th , 1880 , to nrrango for n
parade in connection with the trades
display of the merchants of Omaha on
Wednesday , Soptombor4th.
All traveling mon have been cor
dially invited to take part in this dis
play , nnd wo as committee , do urge
every salesman to attend this mooting ,
nnd decide on plans necessary for a suc
cessful und pleasant attraction on that
day. R. S. BACON ,
J. E. McCiiACKEN ,
C. O. LOIIKCK ,
M. W. RYEUSON ,
Tliu ProurcKS Mailo in Handling the
Southern Part of Town.
Dr. Mercer says that his motor line 1 $
ready to run on Sixteenth as far as Vinton
street , but that ho has no motors with which
to stock It.
"When will your motors arrival"
"They may arrive any day , but then wo
have been expecting them for the last sixty ,
flvodays. Our track and wiroaro in place even ,
further than Vinton street , but the Iron
work wo rciiuiroto enable us to build under
the direction of the city engineer
is being made at Johnstown.
Ono track extends southwest on Vinton to
Twenty-fourth and thence south. The horao
car company headed us off there with their
track and turn-table , nnd thocoui-t appointed
the city engineer as referee to toll ui howwo
should lay our track. "
The Eleventh street line Is not far na-
vnnced. There is n largo force of mon at
work , making nit the haste possible. "Tho
track and wire , " said the doctor , "Is nearly
complete ns far ns Vinton street ; but n biff
section of the street has boon washed out.
leaving our track hanging In the air. I don't
know when It will bo repaired. " "
Ttio Touchers' Institute.
Kntlo Kcofc , Mnry Leonard , A. H. Hood ,
Edith A. Morrinn , C , H. Koonz , A. W.
Parker , Ida Miller , Augusta C , Mnhno ,
Qraco K Richardson and Hose Ann Urady
nro the teachers who added thclrframcs to the
Institute curollmontycstorday. Thoyswollod
the list to 101 , which Is larjtcr than the third
day's attendance last year by ton or twelve.
Dr. Strong had on exhibition n sheep's
hond. which she dissected to show the work-
ins of the brain , and Mr . Koysor Rave an
Interesting talk on English literature , her
subject bolng Wadsworth , his homo and
The programme was carried out literally ,
and everything passed off In Rood shape.
Superintendent Urunor snys thli will un
doubtedly bo not only the largest , but most
successful Institute over held In Douglas
O. A. It. Excursion.
From August 21 , to August 28 Inclu
sive , the "Rook Island Routo" will soil
round trip tickets to Milwaukee via.
Chicago for the O. A. R. oncnnpmont
nt $1460 , tickets good for return until
September 5. Choice of rail or Inko
route from Chlcngo.
Ticket oflleo 1805 Pnrnnm street.
S. S. STKVKrts , W. A.
Ttnn Hoard of Health.
At the mooting of tho'ljoard of health
ycMorday aftornooa the city physician re
ported the smallpox patient south of Leaven-
worth street as doing well. The house Is
quarantined and an ofllcor stationed there
during the day , but the physician reported
that at night rag-pickers approached the
house , and even wont Inside , nnd ho sug
gested that an onicer bo stationo \ thorp at
night also. Tlio suggestion was acted on ,
and another ofllccr will bo dotailcd for that
duty. The child has passed the critical
stago. None of the ether occupants of the
house have contracted the disease.
A complaint about the offensive condition
.of several vaults at the corner of Eighteenth
nnd Webster , owned bv D. Thomas , was re
ferred to the city physician for examination
The report ot the plumbing inspector was
proscntcd , showing ton plans submitted for
inspection at au aggregate cost of ? I,10T.
Tno board then wont into executive ses
sion with a plan of the city and Cut-off lake
before them to consider the report of the
city physician on the location of a pc t
Via the Northern Pacific R. R. , nllow
the holders the privilege of stopping
over nt Spokane Falls , Wash. , nnd all
points west of there. The Northern
Pacific is the only _ line traversing
Washington Territory from east to west
and north to south. Rates from Omahn
nnd Council Bluffs to all points on the
North Pacific coast nro ns low via the
Northern Pncitic as any ether line.
To Bo Pnvpd.
The following streets and nlloys are about
to bo paved in addition to the list published
lately by THE HEK. Notice has boon given
to property owners , gas and water compa
nies to make all lateral connections prior to
September 1 :
Thirtieth avenue from Popploton avouuo
to Woolworth avenue ; Nineteenth , from
Leaven worth to Masan ; Thirty-lirst , from
Poppleton avenue to Woolworth avenue ;
Eleventh , from Nicholas to Clark ; Twen
tieth from Vinton to Van Camp ; Sherman avenue
enuo from Wirt to center of section 3 : com
mercial from Sixteenth .Twenty-fourth ;
Mason , from Thirtieth to Thirtieth avenue :
Thirtieth avcnuo , from Mason to PaoiJlo ; '
Twenty-second from Nicholas to alloy south.
Alloys In blocks 53 , 117 , 7 , 8 , 215 , 25 , 41 , 01 ,
00 , 59 , 58 nud 843.
Cushmnn's Menthol Inhnlor cures catarrh ,
headache , neuralgia , asthma , hay lover.
Trial free at your druggist. Price 50 cents.
Ttxrunr.Cai.ofi ITHOUT On HANOS.
" Jump off child you'll turn white. "
The bird is wrong. Pearline does not harm colors
but does remove all dirt hence , brings to view restores
like new whatever remains of the original color.
Makes white goods whiter
Colored goods brighter Flannels softer
with more ease and comfort , and better ( in less time )
than anything known. Directions for easy washing on
Millions use it because ft makes the wasnmgot clothes
tmd house cleaning easy a child or delicate woman can
do such work with Pearline. It's ' for the finest lace to the
coarsest cotton or wool the most delicate paint to the
kitchen floor the most costly silver to the kitchen sink.
Ucwarc of Imitations and peddlers. 156JAMES VYLE , New York.
STRANG & CLARK STEAM HEATING CD ,
Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating
Apparatus and Supplies.
Engines , Boilers , Steam Pumps , Etc.
DP THE SACRED Ml
Park Place , Corner 36th and Burt Streets , .
OMAHA , - - - NEBRASKA.
Under the direction of tlio Ladles of the Snored Ilcnit. Board and tuition In English
and French , Instrumental Music , use of bookb. per session of llvo months : $160.00. Paint *
ing , Drawing , German , Italian , Vocal Music , Harp , Violin , &c. , are extra chur os. For fur-
thur information , upply to the
thoBIGHT REV. JAMES O'CONNOR ,
Or to the LADY SUPERIOR.
Studios tvlll bo resumed on Wednesday , Sept. 4 , 18b9.
ETCHINGS , IKS-EMERSON ,
ENGRAVINGS , lOTHALLET & DAVIS
ARTIST BUP HOSPE tFTKIMBALL ,
MOULDINGS , . 3 "FRAMES ,
PIANOS & ORGANS ! MUSIC.
1B13 Ouviglas Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
Honjnmln R. lUnrrows , ox-United Stntos
consul to DobUn , now chief of the literary
bureau of tha Union Pacific , and Mrs. Elizabeth -
both Fltrpatrlcfc were married Tuesday
afternoon at vho.homo of the hrlJo's parents
on Fnlrvlcw tr ot. Immediately after the
ceremony wnsTfn-formod Mr. nnd Mrs. Unr-
ro\vn loft for \voddlng tour wet and will
bo nbscnt for wrrcrnl woekii.
Yesterday al36'clock p , ra. , Edwin OpdyKo ,
n clerk In the auditor's office of the Union
I'nclflo , and Mlhs Sophia Hum , utonoRrnphcr
In the ofllco idfj Suporlntcndont Uossciiule.
were made onaat the brldo'n rosIdoneo.COT"
Souttt Twenty < thlrd street. They will also
take n trip west-Tor n few weeks.
This powder never varlei. A marvel of puro.
ty , btrenpth and vrholesomeness. More eco
nomical tann thtt ordinary kinds , nnd cannot
bo sold In competition with the multitudes of
lor or BhoiUvelKht alum or phosphate powders.
Bold only in cans. Horal Hating I'owdor Com
pany , tit ! Wall Street. New York.
THE 1 AND OP
L-2. > 8k ? CUF\E roj\
< H Jr < CATARRH
SANTA : ABIE : AND : CAT : R : CURE
FOP sale by Goodman Dru g Co
ONE MORE CALL
This Is the tlino to replenish summer
Wo shall continue through Hie month of
August to oll'er spuclal bargains In various
lliif.s of Ilriit-clasa poods. Our Full stoclc
ID alroaily belli ) ; selected In the Kitstern
innikut , nnd we must noon liavo room for
fresh Invoices. Hut the warm voathorls
not over yet. uuil our Hiipply la btlll equal
to the demand of a hot day.
Dr. J. E , McGREW
ONI : OP TIIK MOST
lu the Treatment of All Chronic , Kerruug
nuil 1'rlvnto Discuses.
Rpcrniatorrliocu , liupotcnoy nnd I < oa of Manhood.
ntxolutuly enroll. AcuruKuiiruntoud In nil furmtof
I'rtvato IJHeaBcs , Hlrlclurui. ( jlvol , etc1. Cmtirrh ,
Ilirunt , LUUK DUouscs , Ijoucurrlioua quickly uati
Iioemuncnllr curud. IlluuU uuil Bun ll oa ea
ljullea' laud ucntlumeni wuHliiu roamt teparuto
and cnllrelr prlvuto.
( kitiiultuUunlreu. Peliil for book , Tlio Booret and
I'rlvatu l ) ! ua o ( it llttu.i HlsuVomuu niidllerDU-
eases lUo ouch ( etaiui > s ) . Treatment l < y corruspoiid
oncu ; tcnJ > tump lor reply.
OllU'o-Kltli und Douglas Sts. , Oniiilm.
rcu * crrort or
. . . . ' AUoluto r cr. VurlCO-
cund without Mlo or oitretlon. Aoilrcii
eelon-Dupre CMnlque , mjIKawj W , Baitoa ,
Continental Clothing House
New Goods in the Men's Ready Made De
We have received this week our first installment 6f New Goods , and already our stock has
assumed mammoth proportions , consisting of some of the choicest styles , and the first to
come to hand , Early Buyers will , find it to ther advantage to make their selections now.
The numerous sales of light weight overcoats this week have reminded us that the season
for summer goods is passed. Our light weight overcoat stock is seldom equalled m variety
by any of the large houses in the country.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
We expext to have our Fall opening on the 2th. Some styles in this department have
been received , but we expect our full line here on the 27th , which will be shown in our
SPACIOUS CUSTOM DEPARTMENT on the second floor.
WILCOX HATS ! WILOOX HATS !
We have been successful in having a line of Derby Hats made for us ( which we know fa ,1
equal to any agency hat in the market ) , made by David Wilcox & Co. , of Boston. These goods I
are well known all about the country , and we feel confident of giving perfect satisfaction when $
we offer them to our trade. The price will be $3.50 , and we assert thatjt is not necessary to '
pay a fancy price for other makes , when these can be bought for $3.50. Five shapes have been
received , and will be shown in our windows this week.
The preparations for this department have been on the broadest scale , and we propose to t
offer a line of goods which will be all that capital , experience , and good taste can suggest. , ' ,
We will have more to say about this department in a few days.
OMAHA Freeland , Loomis & Co *
OES MOINES Proprietors }
Cor. Douglas and 15th. Sts. , Omaha.
Tbo Inrgeit , fastest mid Quest. In tlio world
4 i'assoDRcr accommodations unexcelled *
New UoiUtoT.lverpool Tire Qiie i ln\ .
The Colclmtted I Tlio Fluent Ptenm-l IMQ. O |
ClirorKoujolililp In tlio World.I flUgi L\ \
New York to Glasgow via Londonderry
Devonln August 17 I Anchorln Sept.7
Olrcassia AiinustBl1 Furncasla Sept. 11
Ethiopia . . . . August 311 Duvonia Sest. . . ' !
With regular weekly soilings thoraaftsr.
HAIOON to Glasgow. Liverpool. Kerry , Uclfiutor
Quevniitown NO to f > by Olaizow slciimar , s Unnd
upwards by "City of llorao. " Second Class tM btoer-
KO Ml. Excursion rates reduced nrnllatilo ror eltliur
rjuto , thusRlvlncprlvrego of seclnir In one trip tuu
lllver MersoT , ricturcsquo Clyde , North mid South of
rKXCUHSIONSTO IVAIUS OH COVTINENTAI , TOUIIS On
tow ESTTEIDIS. Travelers' Circular Letters of C'rodl
und Drafts for nny amount at lowest current rate
Apply to any of our local wonts or to
Hoiulersou ISrothors , Oliiu.ngo , III.
II. 8. HALT. .
11. V. Mtxmns.
C. II. MAKES.
A Perfect Face Powcfori
FAWPOWDER " " '
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Iiililbl . lo 't ruboff. Suit by lmjl.l
Kloller't. 107 Firiiim bt | Illoie' . , 1,101 h.Ulli
BtOn | K.tn.mM. ! a < ioo.ln > M Uruf Co ,1,110'
Sclirotfr1" , 1,51114 : TorUtl'l , 1,111 , OnK.ieih :
tjAlKl.ttHlt tVtflwtn J.O ) ,605 , Whllehouia'f ,
for , W'cUtcrl Morrcll'i.corChr ! ltolIer nik , -37
vn WlllUm ; OnH.llllillluirtki'1,1,30 , IUllj.ro , 603 , Con-
til , cor. Cvnltr ; UellCMl ItiitUuleDrnffbtnre or , t > oilK0Tncli
k' . cor. r.clllr ; On H. loih : llrll r , tin , Hmllli llroi. cur r > rl | .
IcjOnS. Ulh : Ctnutl'f , 211 ] Kulin t * Co . cor , DouicUi , lia
cor. IBItiand Cunilnir } On Hftun l rf ! Dr. HAvHle'a , 1,101 , Cili *
ey'fl , cor. I.ak0 } Oil I Avrnworthl DiTU' , 1.7U I'.jtou u Owen ,
cor. 3lth | BwlftkCo , SSIh li.l U veniort | | HchMfer'l , BN.nn
Ave. undCoiljy 'Utlc (29tliBlil WooKorlli AveiDrOtutlch ,
1.C01 Iluw.rdi Cajoil .cnr. ethaul I'ltrrt ) llojil iCi > IUI A\e.
til 14th bl.l W. J. tichrader'l ) h.kora & Co. , S. Ouubt.
Wliclt isle , IMch.nHon UtuK Co . M k . Ilruco J. Co.
THE LATEST PEftFUME EXQUISITE
FREEMAN'S HE AW ATM A
.HowtoptQOLDEN BLONDE Hair
LITTLE LORD FAUHTLEROY'S
ForClitldrnu r AilulCfl.
Without Injury pmerrrs Illotila lltlr 111
Vaturtl color. Ittndera lf\lr of ny color
a tctutUul , liKturftl lllonJa. ( Jet th
\ irvnuluo lu Healed botllei from yriur
. . . . . . . . . J Dr Ut. H wnro of IliittoU hrtli *
< iX < 'i ' > f * ' oontrillr ll , ( iiollliK th.l.nlr.
II eOMrl ) tlltor for 13. Ifjourhracul.thoa lull will b
. . . FlimuNrHiniviity HTrLalKinK
" iltiirM.l.l'l. ,
" - - - - .
eo ftnd sbarton According to the vrolcbt poion tbem.
Ad ot d ouuillr well to rough country or fine
w driven WlllidvayoH bSst katlafaotlon.
oliruted Hues of HootH anil tiliooH , inatmCiictitr
ed oy U. M. Henderuon fc Co. , ot Chicago 1'ao
torlea nt Chicago , Dlxon , Ilia. , nnd Von Ju hue ,
WlB. should \ rlto BAM. N. WA'ISON , lesl-
dcnco , I'HUMONT. Nl'.ll. Tiavellntr n out.
llcadiiuartorn for Itubbera.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Snccettiors to John 0. Jacobs. )
At the CId Stand , 1407 Farnam Street.
Orders by telegraph Bollclted nnd promptly
Attended. Telophonu to No. til.
r ulLtt , hauTHlNOt ( Uaucy lorrffaUo.
* Jt/tllrml/ttroubftl ! weak pirl , reitcr.
up. Woritcuciper ,
l d I taphUI < e.iUmp.
l , l. CHIOAOOJIJ
D1VOHPKS A. OQOnit'CU. ATTOHNEV-AT.
LAW , VU DenrLorn St. . fhlca o | advice
free : 21 j ears' oxierleuw , bualuew * ( iiuutly unU
H.W.COR. I3TH& DODOE STS , OMAHA , NED.
FOB THE TBEATMENT OP AU.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES.
Boct Facilities , Appar&tusandKamedlesforSueceitfu
Treatment of every form of Dlseass requiring
NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Board & Attendance , Beet Accommodations in West
< O"WHITE FOR CIRCULARS on Deformities and
Braces , Trusses , ClubFcet , Curvatures of Bpine. riles ,
Tumors , Cancer , Oat&rrb , Broncbitli , Inhalation.
Electricity , Faralviis , Epilepsy , Kidney , Bladder ,
Eye , Ear , Skin and Blood andallBurglral Operations.
DISEASES OF WOMEK $ S5Si8Z3& ! &
VFK IUTB I.iTCLY ADDKD 1 LTUCuMI IimRTIlKKTroil
All Blood Dilutee aceeiitBlljr trelted. Syphilitic I'olion
rrtnoTeil rrotathefjitrm without rocreurr. K ir Ilr.tonll * *
Tr otu nl for Lou or VITAL 1-OHhK. I'.rUci un > bl < to rlilt
niaajbt treated at homeb/eorrr.poadetiee. Allcommunlea.
pri.i ieciireljp kednoDi > rlii : olodl le eoalrnli or irndfr.
Uniperionariiitenleirprcteired. < ' ll Qdconiult uioricm
nlitorr or your cue , tad we will send la pltln wripntr. our
ROnlf Tfl MCM FREE : Upon lrrlt.l , HiccUl or
MWWI\ W ntfiNt Kervoui PlifueeItupolency.firpti.
Illi ; Ulettand VarlcoMle.wllh nunllon IliU AJdrm
OalAUA MEDICAL St SURGICAL INBTITtJTB ,
13th anil Dodffu Btrecti , OJSAHA , NED ,
Dn.13.0. WKHT'B HBUVB AND BHAIN TIIKAT.
HB.VT , aKuaronteecl epuoluo for IIynterla , Ulzzl.
sees. Convulsions , flu , Nervous Neiirul l * ,
lleadacho , Nerrnua Prontratlon cnUBod by th
ate or alcohol or tobacco , Wakofulnesa , Mental
Depresulon , SoftonlUKnf the llratn , resultlnKln
Insavilty and leuillnn to misery , decuy anil death ,
1'temiitura Old ARC , llarrenness , Lois of 1'ovier
In either sex , Involuntary Losuei and Bpermat-
orbtuacaused by ovor-exertton of the brain.self ,
abuse or overmdulgenen. Each box contain *
cne month's treatment , 11.00 a box , or air boxes
fom.'Meent by mnll prepaid on receipt of i > rlce.
V/H GUARANTEE SIX BOXE3
To cure any casu. With each order received b *
QI for air boxed , accompanied with UU ) , wo vriu
tend the purchaser ourwrltton Kuarnntao to re
fund the money If tno troitmant tloog not orfeot
Rcure. Quaraattes l&sued only by Goodman
Drug Co. , DruggljU , Colt AKODU , 1119 Vnruatn
ctrert. Omaha RaU.
Tim D IWan.lnnl llin >
ItornitdliS fur tltu cliru n
private alliiiinttf AIU un *
iuriiakcd for imilty , tic.
b tUrattlou UiianuiUitj ,
Order liuiit-Jy No. I fur
Krulml t > faker e or vital
loiu.1. 1'rko (1 M.
. . . . . . . , iiJcaliiijjlllty in married
mtii.or thuierntcrliiK uiithat lifl'l'r H > i' . 1'fUo , II00.
No SfurUoimrrkofai-r Blwt lit clUumir. A comliliiul
trulnicnt for liiteriml and local int. Cures In 1 to 6
inlnorniiurlliii ; Ha ( uriHlliunclii > iUorca tii , 1'ikfll.w !
Ko. 4 , ttp.lhf b | rin < for null or woiiiin. I'mvLnls
icanorrboiu , ttu , t\u rubber nur Inlpdlun. raclu e
lail SOday . l.aillrurtU 1'llcctl 00. Will Klldawalca
tilal rainploof remedy No 1 or * on rccijpt wl < ttn lit
iUinM | fur | < o > taii > An ) ono of tlitm remudlvn proiupt-
ly fuit ( HuUJ ) liirKll on ucelpt of tli price , II00.
1 nitrr.IUu Hoot tc irUlirrfter nurrlvUurtliiifluctntr ret.
STANDARD REMEDY CO , CIllOORO , III.
Ituil ( Jru n nliunoiKl Jlriinil ,
The imlj rrlun. i 111 for ulr. Hnfo ted
tore , l.mlfti , u k llrueulit f r ihg Illu.
luoml llrHUd.Urrd iiMllllllU Nml !
HliUlu.tlHu 'lukouuutbrr. K'tJ lc.
X. f. dltuii. ) hi itrUeuUll u4 "Killer tur
" " ( Ludlt * , " ialtUir. tyinull. AaiMi'KMr ,
UOcliul r ClituUcul . ' . . lluJUou tin , i'UUuJu , ! ' .
THE RMLIfl TIE TABLES/ /
CHICAGO & NOHTUWUSTKUN.
No. 0. . . . . . . . OMO am No. 7 . ! i:27 : ota
No. H . 11:15 : pin No. 3 . Till ia
No. 4 . U:25 : riijiNo.6 . t15 ) put
All Trains Dally.
UIUOAUO , WIMVAUKKM & BT. 1'AIIl/ ,
A No. V . 040ainA ; | No. j . TOJ am
A No. 4 . oi : ( ) pin A No. a . BUS piq
KANBAB CITi' , HT. JOSKl'U ' & COUNOJI *
A No. 8 . lU:0-umlA No. 3 .
A No ! 4 . Us 1j nl A No. 1 . ( MOpni
BIOUX CUT & 1'ACIKIC.
A No , 10 . TiOfi umA | No , 0 . . .flifi'Sanl
A Now..7WpmA ! ! | No.ll . OjOOpuJ
OMAHA It b'f. UUJH.
A No. fl . 4:31 : pmA | No. T . fW'W ' "J
A dally ; U ilulil except fiixturJay ; Uoxcepl
Sunday ; i ) oxcopc Mommy ; fagtinall ,
STEEL PENS .
COLD MSDAZ. PARIS EXPOSITION W3 ,
NOB , 303-4O4-J7O-6O4.
MOST PERFECT OP
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