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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE:1 : THURSDAY , AUGUST 29 , 1889.
Lloutonnnt II. B. MuUord of tlio
Orrmlm guards , IB the huppy father of ft
Ycstonlny wns pay tiny nt the post-
onico. A fraction over $112,000 was paid
Muster in Chancery T. K. Sutton
sold lot 3 , block 7 , Shi mi's nddl-
lion , in the coso of Albert M. Grunt vs
Marcus J. Nowmun ot al ,
Sfxmucl Rogers , nn Insane pntiont nt
the poor farm , died on Tuesday , In ma
Euvonty-fourlli ycnr. Ho was buried
yesterday nt Prospect Hill.
Walter C. Mul ford of Ansloy , Nob. ,
has been appointed mail ntfont between
Omnnnnnil Ogden on the Union Paclllc ,
vice C. W. 13oynton , resigned.
Roddy Mornn was arrested ycstorday
for brouldng into Austin's store on South
Tenth street , where ho obtained several -
oral brushoa and other articled.
Members of the Metropolitan police
force and flrn department when in full
uniform with budge , will bo permitted
to ride frco on the trains of the Omaha
Motor railway company.
Mr. John Smith , the gentleman who
was in company with Lewis Anderson
when the latter was run ever by the
motor traiiij waa not arrested for drunk
enness after the accident as was re
ported but remained near his friend.
H. H. Pollock , of Uurlington , Is ai the
M. V. Ershlno , of Sioux Falls , Is at the
J. C , McEwcn and wife , of Youngslown ,
O. , nroaltlio Murray.
J. O. Stewart and wife nro at the Paxtoa
from Charter Oak , la.
W. A. Piigo , of the Page BORD company re
turned homo yesterday morning.
Miss Mary Pitch returned yesterday morn
ing from a summer's tour in Europe.
Hov. A.V. . Lamar returns next Saturday
from his summer vacation In the east.
U. S. Grant , jr. , was In the city yesterday.
leaving curly Inst evening over tbo tit. Puul
& Otmitm for St. Paul.
Mrs. M. Hanson , who attended lior daught
er , Mis. Scarborough , during her illness at
Dunbar , has returned homo.
David Sllvcrstoin , formerly ono of the
most popular .young merchants of this city ,
and more recently of Denver , has returned
Mr. Amildar Anderson , superintendent of
of Mio vVclla , Fargo Express company , and
wife returned yesterday from n summer picas
uro trip to San Fruncisco.
K. O. Thompson , who represents Turner &
Jay , is off the road to remain over the fair
and merchant's week. Ho reports prospects
.great for a crowd in Omaha next week.
Mr. Harry Haskcll , superintendent of THE
BEE'S composing rooms , returned yesterday
from Michigan where ho , together with
bis family , has bueu enjoying a vacation of
Among the Town people at the Murray .yes
terday were ; H. F. Parker , of Cedar Uiip-
Ids ; Abner Greaves , of Dow City ; Frank L.
Ehey , of Ottumwu : D. M. French and J.
Woodman , of Dus Molncs.
Miss Minnlo Shields , a popular clerk in S.
P. Morse's dry goods house , returned from
Los Angeles , Cul. . Saturday evening. She
expresses herself as well pleased with her
visit and the country. Her many friends uro
glad to weloouio her back.
DVV. F. Rulnert nnd wife are visiting friends
In the city. Mr. Uclncrt founded the Guthrie -
rio Optic , llrst newspaper in the now terri
tory , conducted it three months and sold out.
On this last date there were live weeklies
and three other dailies.
Mr. E. Solden and daughter , of Provi
dence , H. L , who nro enjoying a western
Jaunt , lire taking in Omaha this vveeic , and
uro tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Fisotto at their residence , 1011 South ,
Twenty second street.
The Murray's Chicago guests last night
were : John Weir , J. W. Worthington , S.
H. Uardwcll , S. H. Warwick. Mark Hoylo ,
P. A. Marsh , S. G. Calder , O. U. Hoffman
and Mrs. C. M. Livingstone , Miss Ulrdie
Livingstone , Master Charles Livingstone.
Nebraska pcoulo at the Mlllard yesterday
were : W. h. Noiligar , of Auburn ; William
Collins , Miss Kate Collins and Mrs. Steele ,
of Wahoo ; Hiland H. Wheeler , of Lincoln ;
E. Khngbec , of Hooper ; J. M. Gallagher , of
Auburn ; liun Hildorbrand nnd wife , and
Mrs. Lorcna Moore , Pawnee City ; E. I1.
Stringer , Grand Island.
Mny Die from Lye.
A flvo-year-old boy named Charley Hobln-
eon , living with his parents at the corner of
Twenty-first and Paul streets , while loft
alone yesterday by his mother , who was
out washing for the day , drank a pot of lye
nnd was Immediately thrown into spasms.
Neighbors heard his cries and ran to his as
sistance and medical aid was summoned , but
It Is not bolluvcd the boy can survive.
Three times yesterday did the white hearses
leave Heafey & Hcafoy's undertaking estab
lishment , and each tlmo tno remains of a
child wore berne away. The flrst funeral
was that of little Maurice Shoolian , who
died Saturday , and the second was that of
Anthony McGuinn. These two were buried
In St. Mary's cemetery. The third funeral
was that of infant Mary White , whoso re
mains were interred at Laurel Hill.
Sixteenth Street Tracks.
Not one cent is required of the consoli
dated street car company for tlio privilege of
cutting into the asphalt paving on Sixteenth
street , between Dodge and Cass streets , be
cause it was not laid within the calendar
year. Over a hundred men were at work
yesterday In the district designated , cutting
out a space wide enough for double tracks.
The street presents u chaotic appearance
with two long rows of broken paving piled
along its length.
Another "burnt district" has been created ,
this tlmo to accommodate the William Deer-
ing Manufacturing company , which will
build a big agricultural house on Capita !
avenue and Eighth street. The houses now
occupied for purposes of prostitution which
will bo vacated by this now order uro loaned
nt Nos. 60S , bll ) , 8'J1 , UfX ) . OOJ , iWJ , 004,1)05 ) , ! KT ) ,
COO , 010 , Oil , OU , 010 , 018 , 0-0. 020) , 023 > < J
Capitol avenue. The keepers of these places
liavo boon ordered to move by September 23
nnd the owners of the houses forbidden to
again rent them for the purposes of prostitu
Why the Car v I nn Was Done.
A reporter called on Mre.Floyd at her apart
ments MO north Sixteenth street yesterday
afternoon. She , with a colored girl and white
assistant , was engaged in reducing the swell
ing In bur eyes , aim denying the request of
Chief of Police Scavy , who was present , to
appear In the police court. The chief , she
said , was an enemy of Floyd's and had visited
tier for the purpose of getting her to prose
cute him but she would not do it.
She stated that she and Floyd had lived to
gether twenty years nnd Unit once per an
num , at toaat , they hud indulged In a family
ncrap In which tlio colonel always came out
flrct best. In the recant coniountnr aim hud
determined to piny oven and had made sun
dry lunges for the colonel's ' vitals with a
butcher Unite , but ho was too smooth for
her.She averred that she was the
financial part of the Floyd family
and hud set tlio colonel up In business times
without number , but that hud always run
through with what she hud given him. Mrs.
Floyd says she li the mother of four chil
dren and loves her husband but she cannot
stand everything , and while she has stood
bis former boating this was the last straw.
Colonel Floyd spent Tuesday night , after
hu release from jull , at the Arcade hotel. Ho
ino'do a deposit of fJ3 ! for tils apoaranca for
trial this morning on the charge of lighting.
He fiillotl to appear and his bond was for
The colonel has kept himself out of sight
elnco the affair , and his friends
aronnil the Djamond disclaim auy knowledge
e ( Ub whereabouts.
They Finil Tliolr Masquerading Un-
prnfltntilo In Oinnln.
Within the last two or thrco days the
Jnlon Pacific nnd B. & M. depots have been
loundcd by a trio of giddy females who have
teen posing as detectives.
Yoitcrdny mornlngono of themIn company
with n man , was parading up nnd down the
ilatform of tha latter tiluco , when n young
nan cnrrylrfg a heavy package accldoatnlly
ostlcd her. Ho stopped to apologize , when ,
a his surprise , the woman began abusing
inn , at the same tlmo flashing a star anil
threatening to arrest him. Ho was alarmed
and referred his case to a policeman , who at
once Inquired into the matter. The woman
denied Uo story nnd said slui xvas no detect
ive , but was colng cast with her husband.
After being assured that a female ofllcor
stood no show whatever m Oniaha , and that
( she cut up auy more dldojs she would bo
run in , she was allowed to depart.
n la believed the trio nro a gang of lady
blackmailers trying to work pooiilo. Should
any of them show up again they will DO
Harry TMrklnbtno , of the Blrkinblno
Engineering and Supply company , of
this city , haa pone to Chicago to glvo
estimates on a wtitor works plant , having
jcon called there by n Nt w" York com
pany. Mr. Birkinblno's extensive ac
quaintance with the building of wntor
works places him in a foremost position
among hydraulic ongincors throughout
Ki ANOTHER .TUlllSDICTION.
Vnn Mnckov'H TrimMntlon to tlio
Court of IjuHt Appnnl.
Vance Mackoy , deputy clerk of the district
court , loft Omaha n few weeks ago for Colorado
rado , hoping that the mountain air would
stop the ravages which consumption \vns
making upon his constltutisn. Ho hoped in
vain , however , having died at Denver Tues
Mr. Mnckoy has been in the district court
clerk's oflleo for seven or eight years nnd
was generally known throughout , the city.
Ho has bean a sufferer from consumption for
voars and when ho loft hero none of his
Meads thought ho could long survive the at
tack of the disease. Ho leaves a wife and
llvo children. Tlio remains will bo brought
to Omaha for burial. His former residence
was 2130 Haruoy street.
Something to tlcinotnhor.
If you nro going east remember the
"Rock Island Routo" run the sleepers
und chair cars of their solid vestibule
Lrain to nnd from the Omaha depot ,
leavingOmaha ? ut8:45 : p. in. , thus avoid
ing the transfer at Council Blulls.
Three solid trains dally. All chair cars
nro freo. Dining cars on all through
trains. Our trains tnulco close connec
tion with all eastern limited trains con
necting in union depot at Chicago ,
avoiding a transfer across tha city to
parties onrouto to Now York , Boston
md other eastern cilios , "and every
thing a llttlo bottor- than other lines
can oiler. " S. S. STEVENS ,
Ticket olllco 1805 Piirnam. Gon'l ' W. A.
Wants Bank Pay.
Secretary Wappich of the board of puolie
works refused to issue a permit to the
waterworks company to open a street for
tho-purnoso of repairing a valve at the cor
ner of Twenty-ninth nnd Faniam , nnd also
to lower the mams ou Sherman avenue.
Some tlmo ago the council passed
nn ordinance allowing the water
works company to secure permits
for opening streets for the purpose
of repairing valves , etc. , nnd fixing n fao gf-
SI for making service connections with water
The secretary of the board of public works
cluims that the Water Works company has
been sccurlug.permits to repair valves and
have takoa advantage' the street opening
and made service connections with the pipes.
Ho cites three instances in which this has
been done and refuses to allow anyothor per
mits until the company produces $3 us fees
for the work already done.
Is now the rate via the Northern Pa- '
cilia railroad from Omaha and Council
Bluffs to till north Pacilio coast points ,
including Portland , Taconm and Seat
tle. Through tickets are on sale via
this route daily. This is the only line
running through the eastern and cen
tral portions of Washington territory.
Stop-overs are given on Northern Pa
cific second-class tickets at all points in
The board of aprraisors of the nowpost-
ofllco site mot yesterday * and agreed on
the valueof each lot in the proposed site
which was not , however , fully signed , owing
to the abscnco of ono or two members of
The returns , however , will bo fully sub
scribed to and turned over to the court on
the Oth of September. Until that tima the
amounts cannot bo definitely ascertained.
Everybody takes Mihalovitch's Hun
garian Blackberry juico. It is guaran
teed puro. _
Oinnha CliDRH and Whist Club.
There will bo a mooting of the members of
the Omaha Chess and Whist club , aria others
wishing to become members , at Room 303 ,
Now York Llfo building , on Friday evening
nt 8 o > clock , for the purpose of electing
ofllccrs and transacting other business.
Via the Northern Pacific R. R. , allow
the holders the privilege of stopping
over at Spokuno Fulls , Wash. , nnd nil
points west of thoro. The Northern
Pacilio is the only line traversing
Washington Territory from east to west
and north to south. Rtitosfrom Omaha
and Council BlulTs to all points on the
North Puci do coast areas low via the
Northern Pacific as any other line.
ITp lii thoClouilq.
Ira Hlgby , head clerk at the Murray , re
ceived a postal yesterday written to him from
the top of Eiffel tower in Franco by his
brother , John C. Hlgby , jr. The writer
states that the postal was writtoa at a point
1,000 foot nbovo terra flrma , whllo ho
seated upon n platform largo enough to com
fortably accommodate 400 people ;
liAILllOAl ) CO.V3TU UOTION.
All That la Ucqulrott to Send Moro
Eastern Money to Us.
Mr. George N. Hicks has returned from
nn eastern trip , taking In Chlcauo , Utloa , N.
Y. nnd Now York city. His trip combined
business nnd pleasure and gave him in
creased faith in the future ot Omaha. Ho
says that this city stands well in all the
towns ho visited as u city of stability nnd n
good fleld for loans. In order , however , to
stimulate the invoitmcnt of eastern capital
ha thinks that the city needs above. all olsu n
"Tho day has gone p.ist whoa those people
were satiMlcd to put tholr money into west
ern lands or some similar Investments nnd
wait for a return some ten years after-
Now , they want n snap , or the probability of
a simp. The building of the nopot and via
duct which I think should bo the full width
of the street ensuring the entrance of nil
trains into the city , would bo lust the thing
for us. Ticket agents nnd others In H posi
tion to know tell mo that on account of the
Inconvenience and vexatious delays of the
transfer n largo proportion of the western
travel goes via Kansas City. A llttlo rail.
rend building or public enterprise of any
sort Is all that is necessary to turn the flow
of eastern capital in our direction. "
PAXTON HOTEL , OMAHA Special nt-
totitlon to commercial mom Finest nnd
largest hotel in the wost. Kittrodgo &
Oral nurd , proprietors.
In the Collector's O flic p.
Collector Peters is contemplating numer
ous changes about hte onlcinl quarters. Ho
bat been considering the matter over since
h" has had charge of the olllcc. The doors
leading to the rooms occupied by the clerks
will bo loclco'i , nnd anyone desiring to con
sult with any of these latter must do so In
the collector's ofllco. The counter in the
chief clerk's ofllco will probably bo removed
in order to mnko more desk room. Mr.
Potcrs thinks such an arrangement will In
crease the enicionoy of the force , ns they
will bo frco from interruption.
University of Notre Dam ? .
Among the educational institution * of the
United States there nro but few that hnvo ad
vanced us rapidly as the university of Notre
Dame established over forty-six years. It
rapidly passed to the front rank nnd has
each succeeding year kept pace with the de
mands of the times. No better educational
institution can bo found nnywhcro , which the
largo nnd Increasing patronage it enjoys from
all sections of the country testifies. Parents
contemplating placing their sons or wards at
pcliool will obtain full information and cata-
locuc by addressing Uev. T. B. Wulsh , Pros.
University Notre Dame , Ind.
Republican ward clubs of the city are ia-
vltcd to send representatives to a meeting at
Kaspor's hall , South Thirteenth street , Sat
urday evening next to consider matters In
connection with the coming county election.
During twonty-flvo years trial , mor
tality , where Dr Jolloris' preventive
and euro for diphtheria and putrid sore
throat ( us in malignant scarlet fever )
is used , IH 1-10 of 1 per cent , or , ono in
a thousand. Under other treatments
in Europe and America , 50 to 80 per
cent. Address Dr. Tlios. Joflbris , box
057 , Omaha ; or Dohavon , druggist ,
Council Bluffs , la. No physician re
quired. Sent by express on receipt of
price , $3. _
Dee Nowti Stands.
The morning , evening and Sunday BBB
can bo found regularly ut the following
Paxton Hotel News Stand.
Mlllard Hotel News Stand.
Murray Hotel No\ya Stand.
Arcade Hotel Ncw's Stand. >
Metropolitan Hotel News Stand.
Windsor Hotel News Stand. . ,
Canflcld House JNows Stuudt.
, Cozzcns Hotel News Stand.
Barker Hotel News Stand. - N
BOOK , NEWS AND TOY STOBC3.
Joplm & Co. , SOSJNorth Sixteenth.
Dick Castello , SOU North Sixteenth.
J. Rich , 009 North Sixteenth.
Christ Wilrodt , 811 North Sixteenth.
J. H. Road , 1020 North Twcnty-fcurth.
J. P. Hoy. 1115 North Twenty-fourth.
Rubin Bros. , 514 South Tenth.
Frank Kelbto , 318 South Tenth.
G. W. Shannahan , 00 $ South Thirteenth ,
P. N. Mcilhcdo , 518 Soutn Thirteenth. .
J. I. Fruehauf , 414 South Fifteenth.
E. Wyman , 110 South Fifteenth.
John Lotnly , ISSO South Sixteenth ,
C. A. Crosta , 60S South Sixteenth.
J. A. Dodge , 1WO South Twentieth.
J. S. C.mlfleld , lUOt Farnam. .
A. Anderson , " 213 Cuining.
S. E. Hanson , 2423 Cumluij.
W. II. Plcard , 172J St. Mary's nvenuo.
J. W. Martin , 1239 Park nvenuo.
S. M. Martiiiovitch , 003 South Thirteenth ,
Jos. Timmons , 20th and Lake , c.xblo depot.
13 , ICitchiugman , loth and Capitol avc.
F. F. Chandler , corner Leavoaworth
nnd South Twenty-ninth. ,
S. S. Lunyon , 2hOO Farnam.
C. S. Torbitt , 2110 Furnam.
Peyton & Owen , 2401 Leavenworth. *
C. M. Crissoy , 211224th.
Caledonian Drug Store , 27th and L-ako.
Goo. Cooper , Mercants' Banic building ,
B. Hubormun , Granite block.
Clyde Ratekln , Ramgo Block. '
J. S. Stott , Postofllco.
G. Reuther , at news stand and on street.
Patrons of TUB BBB will notice the above
now ugoncics at drug stores ami elevators ,
which have boon placed for the further ao-
commodotion and convenience ref BBB
Persons who fail to procure 'Tins BEE
when wanted , will confer favor by reporting
facts to the BEB ofllco.
Abstracts of title to Wyoming oil
lands furnished. Assessment work uono
nnd verified to by afildavit and , certi
ficate of recorder. Claims located. J.
J. Corbott , Casnor , Wyomlhff.
A Vnlunblo Horse.
Henry G. Staldor , of 1449 Georgia avenue ,
has purchased C. W. MoViokor's trottlug
stallion , Alex 1C , tbo purctmsu' pHcobolng ;
f2,500. MoVlclcor will put , the liorso jlnto
training and next year will put him on the
track. Alex K Is tivo years old and was
sired by Alexander HV-Shel-man , 4S62 , first
dam Fanny Kimblo by'Grcerts Bashaw IClm-
bio. As yet ho bus no record , but his owner
is confident of his ability to doa mile ia better
tor than U25. ; \ < fl. .
mm FRUIT FUYMS
Used by the United States Government. Itndorsed by the heads of the Great TJnlvcrilttes
nd J'ulillc I'ood Aualy < l > , as the Strongett. IMrett and moit Healthful. Dr. Price's Crcaru
lloUlUK I'owdcr dots not contalu Ammonia , I.lrae or Alutu. Dr , Frice'a Delicious Wavering Hx-
tracts , Vautlla , I.cuiou , Orange , Almond , Kote , etc. , do not contain I'oUouous Oils or Chemicalfc ,
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. . MwYork. Otiloagg , ikLouUu
This powder never varies. A marvel of pure
ly , htieiiKth nnd wholcsomencss. Jloro oco-
nomlcnl tiinit the ordinary kinds , nnd cannot
bo sold In competition with tha multitudes of
lor or shortwcfRht alum or phosphate powders.
Bold only In cans , lloyal linking Vow dor Com *
p&ny. I'M Wall Street. Now York.
ONE MORE CALL
0 ltmo to replcalsl1 summer
Wo ahull continue through the month of
August to offer special bat-stilus In various
lines of llrU-class good ? . Our Full stock
In already being scloctol In the Kistorn
market , and wo inuit aoon hnvo room for
fresh Invoices. Hut the warm weather Is
not over yt-t , inxl our Huppij- still equal
to the demand of a hot day.
FLOATING . SOAP-
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THK 1 AND OP
'Send for circular , Hr knit .3 ( or ft
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SANTA ; ABIE ; ANO ; CAT : R : CURE
For sale by iGoodman Drug Co
A Porfeoti'Faco Powdor.
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Xluilcri , 101 r < riumkLiUuit'f , 1,101 Klllli
BUI On rtrunnM.l auuduiii Vrai Co ,1,110
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car , WtUltri flurrcll'unr lilriitci.Iloranck
car WlllUmi unr MtIllli > ITtky..lJ ! llul& Co. , IWJi cm
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1,601 llo\rrJi O.Ju.r.c < , r. ttli.uJ nrri | ) loj.rill.l | jtie.
at Kill tit W. J. Hel.ral.r'i ) 8 ) kgr. ! A Co. , a. UuiiUt.
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THE LATEST PERFUME EXQUISITE
tor CI.IIJr HCir Adult * .
( lilioul lujury prntrrti olouile Ililr III
Nitunl colur , ll < nden luir of tuy eolur
m U > ulllul , uilural UloiiJt. ut tlx
i tvuulu IB idled lK/tllci from rout
- Jliiuulit. llw re of llnltold t > rtli *
o * . , KcDtnllr krlj , epollluc ltieli lr.
rt furls. llr urnr > r < l.lli..a'lllllttlll U
riiKKUiN mtrvuut art , L > uxkiuri <
obrated lines of Doota and Shoes , manufactur
ed oy 0. M. Henderson Co. , of Chloitjo-Fuo-
torles at Chlcugo. DUon. Ills. , und Fond lu J.uc.
Wl , should write BAil. N. NV'A'l'SON , resi
dence. 1'JtF.MONT. NKU , Tj-avellBtf
llcbdauartcrs for Itubberu.
Continental Clothing House
New Goods in the Men's Ready Made De
We have received this week our first installment of 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 thcr 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 in variety
by any of the large houses in the country.
We expext to have our Fall opening on the 27th. 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 ! WILGOX HATS !
We have been successful in having a line of Derby Hats made for us ( which we know ia
equal to any agency hat in the market ) , made by David Wilcox & Co. , of Boston. These goods
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 that it is not necessary to
pay a fancy price for other makes , when these can be bought for $3.50. Five shapes havebeen
received , and will be shown in our windows this week.
ml , '
The preparations for this department have been on the broadest scale , and we propose"to
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.
DES MOINES Proprietors
Cor. Douglas and 15th Sts. , Omaha.
H. W.COR. I3TH& DODGE STB , OMAHA. NEB.
FOB THE TBKATlIKSr OP ALT.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES.
Beet facilities , Apparatus andKernedleiforSueeeEifu'
Treatment of every farm of Buease requiring
MEDICAL or SUEOICAL TREATMENT.
NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Board & Attendance. Beit Accommodations in Wei t.
Kf WRITE FOR OIRCXT1ARR on Defomitiei nnd
Bracei , Trunti.Club Feet , Curvature : of Epiie.Pilei ,
Tumori , Ouioer , Catarrh , Bronchltli , Inhalation.
Eye , Ear , Skin and Blood and all Surgical dperationi !
DISEASES OF WOKEN
WK lliTBMTII.r inilED 1 LTUiQ-IK DErMKTBKVT lOU
WOMKN uuui.Mico.vmniE'iT. ( STRICTLY FRIVATF. )
Only Reliable Medical In tUuteniaktns n Special ty at
All lIlDOd Dlteiiei taccmlaUr trtiled. Syphilitic 1'olioa
reraoTtd fromlhsijittm .Htiout mercury. Ke Itrilorillr.
Ttiilunl for Lou of TITAL HJDKK. Firllei unibl to vlill
tiimajbc.trci.te4at dome ty correspondence. Alleommunlea *
UoniconOdentUI. He < Hclneiorliiilrunienriietill > ; millorex.
preiiieeureljrrifceke-d.nomirki oindlcale-content ! or lender.
Unoperioullntertlev preferred. Cillindconioltuiorienl
Blitorr or your cue , and we will tend la pUlo wrirper. oar
RHntf TO MFM F"EE : Wn Prlrate , B | el.l of
UUUn Iv lYiCnt Nerroui Plictiei.Impotener.tirph.
llii ; Uleet and Varleocelt , nllh queHlon Slit. Addreii
DHAKA MEDICAI. ft SUROia AI. INBTITUXE.
18th and Dodge StreuU , OHAJIA , MEB.
H iaSth is Wealth
DiuIJ. a WBIT'B N UVB AND DRAIH THK AT.
( IJENT , guaranteed inoclUo for Hyuterla , D\zzl- \
jess , Convulsions , fits , Nervoui Neuralgia ,
Headache , Nerrnus Prostration caused bjr tha
BSD of alcohol or tobacco. Wnkofulaous , Mental
Deprusslon , SoftftnlnKof the llrnlu. resulting in
Insanity and leadlnicto misery , dtcuy nod death.
PiematureQId Age , llarrenncm. LOBS ot Power
In eltlior s . Involuntary I.o 8e and Hpormat-
orhceacaused by oyer-exertlonof tlio brain.self-
abiis or overindulgence , liacb box contains
ene month's treatment. 11.00 a box. or six boxes
for tn.OQsent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
WB GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received t > >
M for six boxes , accompanied with tii.OO , we trlQ
lend the purchaser our wrlttun guarantee to ro
tund the money If tno treatment does not effect
cure. OuaramUeg issued only by Ooodmam
Drug Co. , UrugirUU , Bolt J enU , UlO Ifarnam
riiu tl jo htnntlard irortt.
llvinuliea fur Uie cuiv
WEAK ( irlvatu allmontu aiu uu *
nuniawrd fur imrtly , etc.
HiitufatUon UimranU i.
IVIEN Onler lU-nwdjr ho. 1 fur
brmUtl Ueiikiirki or vital
lomi. 1'rltu tl ( X ) .
V. * \ or Uiftt JltuhtHHl or iiFiyitlcal debility In inarriM
nun , or the 9 tiHtiInif cu that happy life , I'die. II 00.
( . rrl.o lcit In illlur tei. Aromlilnixl
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IrraliMfnTfor'ihttniiiru'ini Vocal"mTe. . Can-tin i to 5
Uay . .Soiyrtnuoorlnlfclloii. Will not cauic lrli lure ,
nainorftiiiartliitf Haacur < HlhundrtMj ofrakv8.J'rlcitl w.
No. t. B llie Up.fine for men or women , rreventi
frvnurihoca , lc. o rubber nor Injintlun. l'iuknio
labtti OUttya , > ujl > umuj. 1'rlcell 00. tVlllcintlaccalLa
trial iampje of j piue ly No. 1 or 2 on reef Ipt ol I cti. In
lamimfur.pontage. AnyoneoJtlirnorcmtdlti prompt
ly tint ( wulid ) t > / mall on rnvlpt of the iirlre , II 00.
l l r.illo lie Hi'filler BI. married or InKlt.itntl'ret.
DTANDAftD rlEMEDV CO , ChlCQfjo , III ,
Tj iiiiihtra iHKAU * JL.
kH eollr.lj o reiioi tr .Attt'.S
f.rau Imtn-t TUBULAR fAR CUSHJOIlSj/yt1 / It
> > Mr < , Cou > cr tlia > tidMuil < ie > rd.ComB J7 ,0
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K. ICIBOOXj Una llr. r. r.r. I llh.No. . V..r
CUL.IvrtiTCfjrILILITUtiooltiruuorj.rucc MAUI >
/and aiTurinu ! ulclc
fiulo * . Derural cases cured m seven Hays. Sold
ut 11.60 per box , all drugeUtiL or by mall from
Docttua M' fg Co , U WWW * N , Xi Ifttll OUso-
( lilrds-cye View of Notre Dame. )
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DARflE.
The 4Oth colleplatc year will open Tucstliiy , Sept. . The spacious niul clecaut buildIngs -
Ings Imvc , during the past year , accommodated more than OOO resident students. Evcrr
fatality Is ulloidcU for acquiring a thorough knowedge ol
Claries , niutlicinaile ! ) , JLnw , Science ami Music.
A thorough Commercial COIII-HO la nlno a feature of the Institution. B. > cclaladvantntrc
will unplaced within tlio leiieh of those desiring to study liA.AV. b
THE .MINIM DEPAKTJ1ENT , for boys under thirteen , is separate. Catalogues irlvlnir full
particulars Mill he tent fiee on application to
KEV. T. 13. AVAtSir , O. S. C. , President Notre D.ainc , P. O. , liul.
Park Place , Corner 36th and BUrt Streets ,
OMAHA , - - - NEBRASKA.
Under the direction of the Lndlos of the Sacred Heart. Board and tuition In English
and French , Instrumental Music , usu of books , per session of live mouths : tlfiO.OO. P.ilnt-
ing , Drawing , German , Italian , Vocal Music , Harp , Violin , &o. , are extra charges. For f ur-
thur information , apply to thoBIGHT
BIGHT REV. JAMES O'CONNOR ,
Or to the LADY SUPERIOR.
Studies will bo resumed on Wednesday , Sept , 4 , 1SSO.
YOUR EDUCATION IS DEFICIENT
If you do not possess n thorough knowledge of SHORTAN1) und TYPE-WRIT
ING. Complete it ut the largest and best bohool in tlio West.
TAtfDARD ] PAXTON BLOCK ,
S HOBTHAND [ Opposite Public Library ,
-O-H-Q-O-L. J OMAHA , NEB.
Circulars Froo. NIGHT SCHOOL commences Monday , Sopt. 2d.
STANDARD SCALES ,
FAIRBANKS , MORSE & CO.
1018 Farnam Slreet , Omaha ,
STRANG & CLARK STEAM HEATING CQ ,
Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating
Apparatus and Supplies.
Engines , Boilers , Steam Pumps , Etc.
ENOUAVINOS , Jta
ARTIST SUPPLIES. HOSPE
MOULDINGS , J *
PIANOS & OHG ANS j Jl 5TSIIKiT ] MUSIC ,
1013 Douglas Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
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