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s THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , SEPTEMBER 17. 1889.
The First ward republican club will
moot Thursday evening nt Hoffman's
hnllcornor of Thirtcoiitn and Williams
A plrl baby was born to the wife of
George Aloycrs. who Is confined In the
county jail uiidur indictment for the
murder of Nols Platoon. Mrs. Mayors
IB living nt No. 221 North Elphtoonth
Jailor .Too Millur wont to Lincoln yes
terday with Clarn Ltitnpson , n young
woman twonty-ono years old , living tit
Valley , who had been adjudged insane.
The Central West has an article this
wcok from the pen of Dr. Joseph T.
Jurycn on "Tho Revision of the Pres
byterian Confession , " which will oxeito
W. A. Llpo , of Blair , Is nt tlio Mlllard.
A. Ulppol , of Frnnont , Is nt the Areailo.
1 . U. Meter , of Fremont , Is at the Arcado.
J. O. White , of Koainoy , Is at tlio Piixton.
A. Marvin , of Fremont , Is at tlio 1'niton.
John .T. Koclio , of Nollph , I at the Pnxton.
U. It. Grccr , of Kcnrnoy , Is at the Paxton ,
J. W. Qrimtli , of Wnhoo , Is at tlio Mlllard.
J. K. Hiirvoy. of Lincoln , is at the Arcado.
Bowen Curloy , of EiiHtls. is ut the ISIillard.
V. Allyn. of Broken How , Is at the Pox-
ton.D. . W. Mosoloy , of Lincoln , Is nt the Paxton -
A. S. Esonay , of Fremont , Is at the Ar
W. J. Crane , of Arlington , is nt the Ar
U. C. McKnlflit , of Hnstlngs , Is nt the
Frank Lawrence , of Lincoln , Is nt the
Gcorfo\V. E. Dorsoy , of Fremont , is ut the
James W. Dnwcs , of Crete , Is at the
C. D. Brown , of Pnplllion , 1 nt the
Milton Motzgcr , of Beatrice , is nt the
Samuel Lolnnd , ot Lincoln , Is at the
P. G. Ibach , of David City , Is nt the
L. P. Gillette , of Beatrice , Is nt the
AV. C. Brooks , of Beatrice , is nt the
H. W. Main nnd wife , of Hastings , nro nt
Elmer Brown , or Norfolk. Is registered at
M. L. Hnywood , of Nebraska City , Is at
tlio Murray ,
S. L. Andrews , of Crete , IB registered at
Georpo W. Oilman mid wife , of Tnlmapc ,
are at the Mlllard.
.T. S. Chirk and H. E. Colby , of Alma , are
registered nt tlio Murr.iy.
E. S. Hood and wlfo and Mrs. Gray , of
Hollyrood , are rejjistoral at tlio Pnxton.
Mr. Jnmes S.iyer and O. G. Miller , of Lin
coln , took In the Tnu BCD building yester
Miss Annie Fuhoily has been assigned by
Superintendent. James us n substltnto ut the
Deau Uardner nnd his family loft for
Utica , N. V. , yestetdny aftornton , to bo
gene nbout a month. The Dean will attend
the triennial session of the quneral conven
tion of the Episcopal churclf in America , to
bo held In St. George's church , Now York
Ninth AVnr < l Democracy.
A meeting of the Ninth ward democratic
club is _ callcd for to-night at 7:80 : , ot
the corner of Lowe nnd Mercer avenues. All
dc-moeruts of the ward nio invited.
ItoblMMl of Jlis Watch.
Henry Haul , a saloonkeeper at 1818 Sher
man nvonue , had n watch vnluod nt fI5
stolen from him on Saturday afternoon. Ho
has secured u warrant for the arrest of John
t , \vhoiii ho charges with the theft.
Ciiuirht on tlio Kly.
Henry Smith and William O'Brien have
been arrested for the burglary of a store nt
Kennnrcl , Neb. Thov arrived on the train
from the west yesterday morning and wore
arrested by Detective Mostyn.
The funeral of Mrs. E. H. Jones took place
from her late residence , 913 North Twonty-
Blxth street , Sunday nt 2 o'clock. An im-
uressivo scene was created by the baptism of
her Infant child over the coflln. In the evening -
ing Uov. W. H. Williams prcuchol the
funeral sermon at the Welsh Presbyterian
Counterfeit Illtio Labels.
Mr. J. a. Booth , secretary of the Cigar-
mniters union , has gone to Now York to at
tend the convention of the International
Clgarmakors * union , Over two hundred and
eighty unions will bo represented ana the
subject at the meeting will bo the local red
label nnd the suppression of the counterfeit
blue label. The members of the union feel
conlldent that tlio law is on their side and
they Intend to get out Injunctions nnd close
up the business ot cigar selling under a
counterfeit union label.
A mass meeting of representative German
citl/ons will bo hold nt Kesslor's hall on
Wednesday evening at S p. m. , the object
being to form political clubs of Germans in
every ward in the city and every country
precinct. Germans from every part of
Douglas county are urged to bo present.
The German club of the Second ward will
also organize on the same oveiiini : , over 170
Blgnnturcs having been secured trom resi
dents of that ward ,
Uoutli ol'ilDhfi O'KcnflV.
County Commissioner O'lveoffa ' received
two letters from friends In Jersey City , ono
written September 11 , stntinfr that his
youngest brother , John , well known in
Omului , was very sick from an attack of
caisson fever ; und the other , written two
days later , announcing his doatli.
For about ten io.irs previous to January 1 ,
1SSS , tlui young man lived in Omaha. Ho
then scoured employment on heavy bridge
work at Jersey City and went there. The
news of his death came so Into that Mr.
O'lCoolfo ' , supposing the funeral to havobeoii
hold eio this , will not go cast ,
There was as much activity at the ooli-
Bcum building yesterday a ut any time
during the paat two weeks , but it hna been
expended for unothor purpose limn the en
tertainment of visitors. Tno exhibits wore
being removed and n largo force
wiiu employed In removing thu
costly fabrics and products that hnvo bean
displayed to the duliglit of thousands of via-
Horn during the past two weeks. The work
of removal will require several days und
when cpinpleted the coliseum management
Will c'dVumeiiru worl ; nt once enlarging mid
remodeling the building for future expo
A lawyer callo j ut Tn B HUE ofllco yestojday
morning to protest against a potty Imposi
tion which was practiced Iu his neighbor
hood Sunday. Two loud-mouthed nowsboye
run up ami down the streets hawking an al
leged Hcpubltcan extra "All about tmi
murder on Fifteenth street. " Many parsons
bought a copy of the puuor , only to learn ,
after the boys had sloped , that they had
boon duped ; that it was the regular Issue of
the paper , for which the purchasers imd nu
use. "If this Imposition was done by con
cent of that paper , it has sustained an inJury -
Jury which will bo felt for t > omo time to
come , " concluded the attorney ; "but if it
was a litthj scheme of the boys , they should
bo run down and arrested. At all events
they hud bettor niaUo themselves scarce
urcmid my premises , "
If you have no nppotlto fur breakfast ,
a pint of Cook's Imperial Cha
will give you ono immediately.
TUB -WOIU.D OF UNCliltTAlNlTV.
In It Llvo the Onicors nnd Privates
of the Uallromlfl.
A circular has reached Omahn announcing
the appointment of Clinrlos A. Parker as
Rcnoral freight ogont of the Missouri Pacific
with headquarters at St. Loult. The circu
lar nlso nnnouncos that all assistant general
freight and commercial agents will report
direct to the general freight agent instead
of the freight trafllo manager , ni nt present.
The appointment of Mr Parker was not
altogether unexpected for the reason that ho
is a warm friend of both Mr. Clark nnd Mr.
Leeds , the vluo-prosidont nnd trnfllc manager
respectively. The now appointee retires from
the position of Ronoral freight agent of the
Santa Fa and assumes hla now position to
It Is currently reported that Trnfllo Manager
Leeds hns the reorganization of the tradlo
department of the system In view and. that
Important changes will ho tnado.
J. O , Phillip ) ) ! , assistant general freight
and passenger agent at this point , loft for
Kansas City last night , nnd while ho denies
having any chatigo in view , It ii bought ho
will rccoivo n promotion.
Ho Onvo A.WHV SoorolH.
"No , John N. Abbott will not bo reinstated
as chairman of the Western States Passen
ger association. The facts are , " said
a passenger agent this morning ,
'that Abuott Is a good passenger mint , but
like tnauy others , ho hiw nail an enlarge
ment of the head , ills rulings huvo
boon , In cortnin Instances , averse lo the
roads mixed up In the controversy.when they
should luvo boon on tlio other sldo. Then ,
too , when ho was summoned to appear before -
fore the intcr-Btuto commerce commission ho
w.is transformed Into u bulletin board , as It
were. Instead of allowing the members of
tlio commission to study out the intricate
problems , ho freely told nbout nil ho know.
Ho took particular pains to furnish informa
tion relative to the p.i.ylng of commissions on
the unlu of tickets , a matter which was of
sullleicnt Imporlunro to the rtiilrouds as to
legislate , so to speak , concerning Its secrecy.
Of course lin was drawing f 10,000 per year
us gcnoral passenger agent of tlio Erie at the
time ho was made chairman , but the associa
tlon should not bo hampered by that In select
ing his successor. The light may lead to disso
lution , but this would bo proforabro to
Ahbott to a majority of the linos. "
1'romntn Old Men.
It was reported yesterday morning that an
eruption had occurred Inthoranksofthoyard
switchmen of the Union Pacific ut this place
owing to employment having been given non
Upon Inquiry It was learned that the
trouble among the switchmen was not
so much over the employment
of non-union men , as it was over tlio rights
of the employes In the matter of promotion.
While old men have been promoted , this
policy has not boon very rigidly follow ,
and the switchmen have concluded that they
should , in duty to themselves , insist on pref
erence being given the oldest employes. A
conference was held Saturday , nnd the con
clusion roiiched was us abovo. They
laid their case before the ofllcials
and received assurances that when nn old
employe was cnp.ibto of tilling any vacancy
ttint might arise ho would bo favored. The
employment of non-union switchmen is u
question as yet unsettled , but no trouble is
anticipated. The non-union employes in the
yard nuinbor but , llvo. A special committee
of the Switchmen's Aid association waited on
Superintendent Uossoguio tins mormmg In
view of bringing about n t > ettlcment of a case
in which a member of their association asked
slight damages lor injuries icceived. The
matter was taken under consideration.
Anottior matter was laid before Superin
tendent Kcsseguio by the committee of
switchmen. At present there tire several
men employed in the yards as switchmen
who at ono tune belonged to the Brother-
tiood ot Railway Switchmen , but have boon
railroaded out of the order for the reason
that they failed to pay their dues. A special
committee waited on the superintendent
yesterday and requested that the men in
question be discharged. It was also charged
that the men rolorrea to were addicted to
intoxicants. The oflloials will look into the
The Alton's Threatened Cut.
Will the Alton make the threatened reduc
tion In Uvo stock rates from Kansas City to
Chicago ) That is what has caused consider
able anxletv in the ranks of the local freight
agents since the road announced that it
would reduce the rate on llvo stock from 22J
cents to 18 cents per hundred. This an
nouncement was mada some tlino ago. but as
yet the old rate is adhered to , and the ofll-
cials hero tlnnK the trouble may bo averted.
They admit , however.that such a move might
bo made without any further warning , and
for this reason n sharp lookout is being kept.
'If tlio Alton romaiusobstmnto , " said a local
freight representative , "tho Iowa lines will
have to make a corresponding reduction
from Omaha to Chicago , us the competition
is open and direct. "
Orecn Succe'Mls UnriplJIco.
A circular has reached Omaha from Salt
Lake City , bearing date of September 12 ,
announcing the appointment of W , E. Green
to the position of superintendent of the Idaho
division of the Union Pacific vice John
Knpoljko resinned , taking effect ut onco. An
accompanying circular also announces the
appointment of L. H. Parsons us trainmas
ter of the Wyoming division of the Union
Pacific , vice Greun promoted. Trainmaster
Parsons will have Jurisdiction over the llftli ,
sixth nnd seventh districts , and over tlio
Cheyenne & Northern. The fact that Gen
eral Manager Cuming had requested Sutler-
Intcndont Itupollko to hand In Ins resigna
tion , and that his successor would likely bo
rlraiamastor Green , was ( published exclu
sively iu THIS Bun on Tuesday last ,
Iliiildlni ; Contracts Awarded.
The contract for the construction of addi
tional shops for the Union Pacific at Chey
enne , involving an outlay of about 30,000 , was
awarded yesterday to Smith , Gillette & Co. ,
of St. Joseph , Mo. , th.it linn being the low
est bidder. Tlio sumo llriii was awarded tlio
contract for the construction of additional
buildings ut Cho.vonno Wells , Col. , and at
Junction City , ICus.
To tlin Coil l''lcllH.
The Burlington has awarded the contract
for the construction of n branch road from
Cneycitiio to the Elk mountain coal fields , to
Kilpatrlck Uros , Thin will give the Btir-
llugtou direct communication with u country
abounding In coal ,
U\ilro.ul : Notes.
A circular bus been Issued extending the
Jurisdiction of A. 'f rnvnor , general baggage
ugont of tin ) Union I'ueiUo at Council liluITs ,
over tnu Utah division of that road.
O. E. Thompson , superintendent of the
northern division of the U. & M. , is in
Arthur Smith , of the general passenger
department of the Burlington , has returned
General Purchasing Agent McKihbon , of
ttia Union Pacific , has gone to Uhlc.igo on
Important business connected with his de
SupoHntundent Kessofttiia.of the Nebraska
division of the Union Pacific , bus returned
from u trip to points wi'ht ,
A. 13. IluUshliison , stationery supply uncut
of tbo Union Paclliu , h is gone to Salt Ualcu
to take an Inventory of the stationery stock
turned over by the consolidated lines ,
General Manncor liurt , of the Ulkhorn ,
has gene to Sioux City ,
The Trans-Missouri association will meet
at Kansas City to-morrow. Koutino busi
ness will constitute the work of the moating ,
tlio I'Jfl'eot Tlu'lr Mouthing lluvo m
llu Knot ,
Mayor Hroutch received a letter from
Ansonla , Conn. , signed G , W. Chucsmun ,
asking him to cither verify or deny certain
statements made by a well known public
speaker regarding the workings and effects
of high license in Omaha. One of these
statements is to the effect that 250 saloonkeepers -
keepers pay n license of $1,000 a year , and
unolbur Rays that some of thorn pay an add !
tional iO per unuuui for Urn privilege of
keeping lewd women iu Vhelr places of busi
ness for the purpose of enticing men In and
robbing them. The mayor says ho had a
similar letter from Pennsylvania last
gpilngnnd presumes that these statements
are made by the game speaker , whoso name
li not given , _
AS GOOD AH OOI.D.
Ono ThoHsnntl Jjots Near Denver ,
Colorado , l-'rco.
Doslrinfr to attract universal nttort-
tlon wo htivo adopted tlijs novel nnd ox-
ponslvo method of placing our property
before the pooplo.
The lots wo nro giving ruvay In Plnln-
flold , n now suburban addition on the
Fort Worth ft Denver railroad , only a.
few minutes rldo from the Union depot
at Denver , Colo.
Tlioso lots nro 2xl2T / ) foot , wldo utrcow
nnd nice park reserved. Wo Hoop every
other lot for the present nnd will not
soil , Every lot that is given away will
bo worth $100 In loss than eighteen
months. Wo Rlvo only ono lot
to onch person ami require
no contract to Improve. If you
desire ono of these lots send us your full
ntuno ' nnd nddress , with 4o for postnijo ,
nnd wo will mall you deed at onco. Address -
dross PLA.INFIKLI ) ADDITION Co. ,
Castle Rock , Colo.
Hiill < : ui Permits.
The following permits wora Usual by
Building Inspector Whttlook yesterday :
A. 0. Dewrlei , two cottages , Korty-s Ixtli
and I'aclllc | ] , COO
lr. ) Ooorgo II. 1'arsnllresidence.Twenty-
ninth and California 3,500
John W. Hampton , cottage. Seventeenth
and MandorMOii 1,000
Gcnrao IL Davis , cnttago , Saundurs and
L. It. Spencer , dwelling , fierce and
Twenty-flftb street 1,800
A. . I ton don , dwelling , Vorty-lltth and
Six minor permits ] , " 10
TelYO permit , aggregating $11,110
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur -
ty , ( .trencth nnd wholesomoness. Jloro eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds , mul cannot
bo sold In competition w 1th the multitudes of
lor or short\\i > Uht ! alum or phosphate powders ,
bold only In cans. Itoyal linking 1'ovidor Com
pany , 120 Wall Street. Now York.
DRS. BETTS & BETTS
U03 FA us A 51 STIIKKT , OMAHA , Man.
( Upposlto 1'uxtou Hotel. }
onico hours , 0 a. JD , to 8 p. m. Sundays , 10 a.
m. to 1 p. in.
BpecKllsts In Chronic , Nervous SUln ancl
Blood Diseases ,
t * 'Consultntlon at odlco or by moil free.
Mrdlclnrs simt by mull or express , securely
packed , frco from observation , Quaraiiteea to
euro quickly , fwfely anil permanently.
lions. 1'liyslcM Decay. iirlslnK from IndlHcre
tlon , Kxcessor Indulpenco. prodnclnprBloepless
ness. Despond oucy , I'lmp'e ' * on the face , aver-
nlon to society , easily alstoiiraced. lacK of conll
dence , dull , unlit for study or business , and Hilda
life n burden. Safely , permanently nnd pri
vately cured. Consult Dra. Uetts & Hetts , htd )
Varnam St. , Omnha , Nab.
Blood and Skin Diseases
results , complutolv eradicated without the uld
of .Mercury. Scrofula , Kryslpolas. 1'evcr Hores ,
Blotclios , ( Ilcors , 1'mnsln the Head and Donos ,
ByplillltloSoru'lhroat. Jlouth nnd TonBuc , Cu-
tanh , etc. . pormauoutly cured where other !
tfirilirnr If Pill OW nnrt madder Complaints ,
J\.lQIlbY > Ulllldiy I'Hlnful. Dllllcult , lee frequent -
quont llurnluc or llloody Urine , Urlnn high col
ored or with milky beilinient. on Btiuiillni ; , Weal :
Hack. ( jonnrrluiM , ( Jlcet , UystltH. etc. ,
1'romptly uud Safuly Cured , Charges Keahoua-
moval complelo , without cuttlnu. caustic or
dlllatlon. Cures ollected at homo by patlout
without ninomonts pain or annoyance.
To Yomiff Men and Miflillo-A a Men ,
PIIDPT'10 ' nwrnl oirects ot early
OlJllD uUllD Vice , which biincs oi
. doBtroyliig both mind nnd uody , lth
all itsdieadnd Ills , purmanontlv cured ,
Tina Dplprnij AdtosatliosoUmhavo impaired
IJIlOi DD110 thcmselvHS by Improper mdiil-
pcmes and Holltary lnibits. vhlch ruin both
boar and mind , uullttlng them lor business ,
ttuly or marriage.
M AUIIIKII M IN. : or these ontorlut ; on that bap
py lifo , ( ware of physical dublllty , quickly u *
Is based upon facts , i'lrat-Practlcal Expo
rlence. Second livery case Is especially studied-
tlniH htarliniiiirlBlit. 'J lilrd iledlolnouaio pre ,
paiod In our lulmtory exactly to wult each cube ,
tlniH altfctln ; ; cures without Injury
T"8oiid U cents unstcBo for celebrate 1 works
on Chronic , NorvoiiH nnd Delicate Dlseasea.
Thousands cm od , t-SX A friendly letter or cull
> nay save you futiiro KiinorliiB and nhiune , and
add Roldoii yearn to life. ftf Ko letters un-
Bwored iiuleHx accompanied by 4 c unta Iu gtumpj.
Address or rail on
DtKTTS A : IIUT'B'S ,
lift ) I'uriiiiiu Hlroet , Umaha. Nib.
THE BtSTWTC JOT HADE IN AHEHCAt
Save Your Hair
BY a timely \iRbof Aycr's Hair Vigor.
This preparation lias no equal as n
dressing , Itkoaps the scalp clean , cool ,
and healthy , and preserves the color ,
fullness , nnd beauty of the hair.
"I was rapidly becoming bald and
pray ; but nftor using two or three
bottles of Ayor's Hair Vigor my hair
grow thick and glossy nnd the original
color was restored. " Melvlu Aldrlch ,
Canaan Centre , N. II.
" Some titno ago I loU all my hair in
consequence of measles. After duo
waiting , no now prowth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Ualr Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently coino to alay. The
Vigor Is ovldontly a croat nM to nature. "
J. U. Williams , Floroivlllo , Texas.
"I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for
the past four or flvo years and find It n
most satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It is all I could desire , being harmless.
causing the 1ml r to retain its natural
color , nnd requiring but n .small quantity
to render the hair easy to nriango. "
Mrs. M. A. Bailey , 9 Charles street ,
Ilnvcrhill , Mass.
" I have been nslnp Aycr's ITnir Vigor
for several years , and bullovo that it lias
caused my hair to retain Its natural
color. " Sirs. IL J. King , Dealer iu
Dry Goods , &c. , Blshopvlllu , Md.
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co. , Lowell , Mass.
Cold by Urucgliti nnd 1'crfunicri.
If you are withoyt a
top coat , or one that
has seen its best days :
don't be backward
Nicoll makes them
to order from fabrics
called beautiful $2O
$25 and $3O about
half what they used to
Suits I Trousers , from S20 i $5 $ up
No end to the goods
at Nicoll's ; and you
are welcome to see
We are holding our
big trade by pleasing
it in every particular.
Our price , goods , and
work are great levers.
1409 Douglas Street ,
Monday and Tuoaclny , Sept. 10 nnd 17
'ITio i\er : 1'opular Comedian ,
Mr. J. B. Polk
In Ills Now and Original American Comoay ,
THE SILENT PARTNER
l'ortrn > liiK tlio Auno of Humorous Iiloiu. An
OriginalComedy I'rniiouncuil afyclonunt I.HUihliiL'
< ; . ICill < m' nonilorful llioiioiir.ipU plura u nnim-
liu'iit 1'iirt In tlio Comedy.
HujuUr i > rlcuj. Souls KO on sale Sutur.Iuy morning.
$ w I U
Wednesday & Thursday Sept , I8&I9
A lire uii or oriental maKnlllrence. Bril
liant b < enlo tlfect.s , muuiull enuobtunu'B ,
s ( ilj-boratu properties , nifi'hiiulcal bciisa
A LUROl'KAN SI'J'.CIAMSTS ,
And Great Cast of 60 Artists
I'rlcoa , Sic , file. 76o and ( I , Feats se
cured in ndvanc-H Wedne < day moiamg.
Of Fine Fall Overcoats.
We nre showing n larger line of Light-weight Overoonts than wo hnvo over shown.
The styles are perfect , the workmanship wo guarantee nnd the prices nro lower than
the snmo quality of goods cnn bo bought for In other houses. Our facilities for manufac
turing large quantities are so ample that the purchaser gets the benefit of buying goods
that are honest and reliable without paying nny fancy prices. Gentlemen who have
found trouble In being fitted to rendy-mado garments , will find that this trouble will bo
avoided. Every garment Is fitted and any alteration needed will bo cheerfully mndo
Prices $15 to $20.
Wohnvc made a special effort this season to produce n line of Fine Rondy-Mnde suits
that would surpass all previous efforts and call especial attention to our choice line of
Cutaway Frock Suits at $1B and $18. Every business man should examine our stock
The Wilcox E
We have succeeded at last in finding a Derby hut which wo can safely recommend to
the trade as being equal to the best makes and atthe popular price of $3.BO. We have in
stock flvedifferent blocks which are as perfect as any hat shown this season. We claim
that a higher price will buy no bettor quality or mcra perfect style than the Wilcox and
the price is $3.CO.
DES MOINKS Proprietor } I
aiid5tli Sts. Oniaha. M
Cor. Douglas . , .
Is called to the fact wo are now receiving
cUolceNOVUI/riKS In KAlJj GOUDS and
that a complete assortment o JIen'3 and
Uoy's Clothing adapted to the season , may
I bo "found upon our tables RALLi O\rlIt- ]
COATS of latest style and supeilor llnlsh ;
nnd r.iiuinoctral Umbiellas , hlih In nual-
itv and workmanship but moderate In
Dr. J. E. McGRE W
u < I 4MLBT bUtl MHI II.
l& " SPECIALISTS
In tlio Trent incut of All Clinink , A'urtuns
and Prlviito Dhcascs ,
Ppormiitonhu'a , Impotency nail I'ldlliu Manhooil
abaolulolrrured. A ciiroiruariiiiteeilln ull fiirini or
I'llvate Dlteaacii , Htrlcturea. ( lluct , A < ' . Oilarrli ,
'Jhront , l.uiiKa , anil Heart | ) | SMMIH , llhoiimntmu ,
bplnul and I emiilo Ulteutos , lllouil andbklii lJUuui > u
Imill's1 und KL'iituMncn'ii wiiUInu roomi Boparato
anduntlrely prlviilo. . . .
Coiiaullation free , . 'end forbookn. "Tint heerct and
I'rlvnto lilH'asui of .Mini , " ulmiViiiaun anil llur
HiBoases , " Juo each ( Btauipii ) Treatment Uy lorra-
pondencei feint utimip torruply.
Ollke ! S. K. forner iith : and Jackson Streets ,
OilAHA. N1J1I ,
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Suixe&sora to John 0. .lucoln. )
At the Old B'.ani , 1407 Faraam Strsst.
OriU'ra by tclcpranh bollcitod and promptly
AtU'lidod. U'uliiphoiia to No. : . ' , ' .
t , HooTumu. Uolliuoui lorr Uii !
r.cllrlliroitu ll t i laru , rcitor.
r.llli minifuruo , blimtll , . Klcclrtl
iftr7l iiil.l 9t. aod bp.
tilhi. K > I.J.tai.LI.t | < e. t ujp.
A OOO' R OH , Att'y nt-l.aw. IZPear \ -
-f horn M , I lilrniin ; advice rre iM i yearn exp -
p rlt > nre ; Inislr.ms quietly uncl legally trauu-
"lly n tliormich knowlcilco of the iintuml laws
; hlcli KOVtfrn Ilia niirnitloiis of illiri ! tlon nnd nuirl-
. , . . . , . . . , limy nruv ) iiuuiur-v uiiif. ibis
b > tlio Judicious n o "f such nrtlcluB of illcttlintn
eon tltiitlon nny bo gradually built up unlll etron'f '
cnouuli to ri'Mwt every tendency to Ulieaso. Hun-
ilrcil" of snbtlo imilmlloa nro llo.itlni ; iiniiuul us rcmly
to attack \tliurp\iT Uicro Is a wi'ak point. Wu may
( bcapamnn/ fiitnl slmfl by kacplnx onr olraiiwtill
f01 tlili'il lt'i ' piiri1 blood unil a propurlv naurlsbucl
iratiio.tlvli ' -orvli o i.n oito.
.Mado flmply with bolllim water or mlllc. Sold only
In hull noun I llni l > > fIrm-i-M libeled tluia
JAMES EPPS&CO,1In-miuIil ! - ? - ? lsta
tl.Enoloatrnn- : " ' " , " ' p.
on nd chorton Beccrdlng to tlio weight pat on tbera.
Adsc'fd onunllr null to rough country or ( ma
tlty drives Will ivoyou bust natlafactlon.
A Perfect Face Powdori
iBfliltlu * Don't rub fir. bold DrujKKt
Kfiml r' > ,307F riiAilbt ) , Uluiio'i , 1,101 N I
81 , On Karnaniht aooinlm n Drnjr t'o ,1,1
&clirutrr'K , Ifil7 . Torbltti.S , llfl On N Itthi
tlIJ < Utft ] 3U3 ) utll&iO > , C00tWhlUliuuat ] ' r
cor WeUl r , Momlt'B.cor Chlcftfjo.Hermirk e
cur ninitui ; iuH. iniuiiurr/vj'f. j.3 < fl ikiiA.ro , foj Con-
tli , cor Cent rj JetlfAl InitltuteDriurhlor * ' , rot liixtgu Inch *
k'n.cor. Pacific On H. 10 tit Ikll ittJip hmltli Urn L.r i'acll-
Icj UnS , Uttu Conrnl i , Sllj Kuhn to Co. . cor. Huufilai , tlio
cor.Jrjth n < l CumlnK , On hiun icr'fli Dr. haiic' | ! , 1,101 Cili *
e > 'iror. I Jilt ) On lAA\rnworlrit UnvU' , 1,718 I'uytau It Owen ,
or. 2 tlifjwirt ; JUCn , 5lli auil IMvenjKJitf h .lt * reri , 6li rm m
TP , MD.lCortr-Claik . I , SJtliniifl Wool worth Avml > r ( Uiitirti'i
1.C01 HoMAM , CnotC' \ \ r. C.lmuJ I'lerrc ; Uoy.l rC ) ) UV r .
* nl Kill fcti W J. hcltrAjer' * ; Hnykoi * JL Co , U. Omihfc.
i It run Co . HUliit Itriiro jb Co.
PERFUME EXQU.SITE .
The Inreeit , ta > tvti and lliieti In tlio worlJ
i'aoouccr iiLcnmtiKKlntluna iincici.llu.1.
o\v VIH li tn r.lverixml t In ' " " " " 'I'lJV' '
Tim Celoliintcd j'llio 1 Inrsfc pleam. Sopt. ISt h
UllvurJCiiiiiulBhlu III the Woild. I Oct. IQtll
Now York to GVgow via Lwdoniarry
novoula Fept. SlBt I Kthlojiln . . .Oct. nth
( JlruiBsla . . . .Bept. th ) AliUiorla , , . .Oct. Kill
Now York to Azores , Gibraltar and Italy.
Vleuuia Oct. ir.th
Pnloon , fit niul.lHu.v mill Mrrriiffo lAtiBon lonnt
t lltlH. Kxciu loli 'llikttHKMlllitil. IIIHUU urjiiliiblulo iu ,
liiiiibrilllur llni I'icluuHiuD Clyiln ami hmlli of lie
luii'l , or Illur Jlerwy und Boulli ut liulHiid , cr hupln
KifiirnluiiM fo I'arUnr Contlncnlul T ur on low
nt U'liui 'liuttlnV Cirnilnr I > tlim nf L'uillt anil
liinfts for any uniount ut luwtttcuuint raU0. Apply to
nny of our IfKJiliitrrntH tn to
HENDERSON UrtOTIIERB , Chicago , III.
H , S ll.u.r. ,
II , V , .MOUIIKS.
" , II Miu : < i.
Send for 200 pngo lllustriilcd
Stutionnry , D'nuoGoods , To.vs and No
llpns. Lurst ( and chuijc-fit ! | Block In
tlic west. Uodhead , Norton , Luthrop&
Co. DosMoliios , Town.
fbrotetTTlnw oTjloots"and Shoes , inanufactur-
ed or t1. M. Henderson Co. , of rhlcaso-I-ac.
lories at CUtcnt'o. DUon..Ills . , , an. . Kpad Iu J.ac.
\VlB. shoulil write HAM. K. WA'I'BON , resl-
iVn e , VHBMONT. NISU. TrftVellBB OHtiitt.
lleexlquuitoia for Uubbera.
N.W.COR , 13tH&DODGE S\s , OMAHA , NEB.
FOIt 111E WIIUIUEM Of ALL
APPLIAHRFS FOR DEFORMITIES AHD TRUSSES. " !
Bert FoclllUon , Apparatus and EcmodiesforSucceeaful
Xrcatmcnt of every form of B'cfaso rfqulnnc
1IEDICAT , or SURGICAL TKEATMEK1' ,
NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS/
Boards A ttenilanco , Dost AccomnoiLilionaia West. '
OniCTJJJVESonDcformlticB an !
DISEASES OF WOMEN i
V. I' 1UV1IHTFI.V AIIIIBII A LYUiO.l _
YtiXKi Itl'lilMiumiVKJiKM. ( STRICTLY PBIVATF. )
Only Reliable Hodloal Initltute rnakinc a Srceialty ot
PRIVATE BISB ABBS
All Illooit Dl.i , c. lucrrnfDlly trotrd. Hrpljllltlc 1'olioa
rttaOTca fromttiBiyiitrm wltliout mercury. hi > llp.tnrtllfa
Irrilrarol far I/on of VII AM \ \ 11C. I'.rllo. tiniMn to ilill
unimj he trritlra at lionaby earrrfpondrnrp. AMcnmnmnlea.
Ir illceurily [ > Kekc < l&omar.B ] .olndlrateeoulrnuor.fudcr.
ln < JIicr Dn.Uiit rilc rrc'ertd. Cell anj cnn.ult uiontna
tlitaryoryourcue.auil wswlll fcna In rl.ln vrii rcr , oar
! -nJE ! ( ( TO MFH ERBE : V'-on " ' . " " . P ' "
UwwlIU iid&Klf Kcrroua Plitfciei.lnipotenejr.Hrrli *
Illi ; Ulctrt ua Vorlcocck.ulihnurntionil.L
OBIAKAMEDICAI. fij BUIiaiOAr INSTtTtTTBL
13th nnil Dodgg StreiU , OBA1IA , HEC.
The tl M MniKlnnl Ilonv ,
fl fur Iliu CUIUM
nllinciitti ittu IIM-
il fur ptiiliy. ctxi ,
fUtufnctlon ( Jiiurantvdd.
Onlir III i ly Jo 1 for
Krmlntl lli.lnr. . or Tltll
1'lltU 91 tO.
7oTV r lu.t JlmtliumlTrrTT yuleal iluMllly In mnrrtfd
intiiiirtliriHuiiiliriiiKuiillmlliHiiiy | llfu 1'rlcc. (109 ,
u.U JJ.1 \ . I Hi.ll ) Ilinl 1'iliull ( W. HlHii < lltl > t < nlul
tllal unmpluof luiiiid ) No 1 iir B on rcirlpt at < iU. In
htuuipHful pirUfro Any olivuf lliiburt'iutilli ripli i > pt-
ly tint oi nli ill l * > Inall on itiilpl uf ll.u piho , ll.UV ,
Inli rr.lliiK Itui'l * tc 111)111 ) KI x marilrdoriilriKltj rcntlr. * .
STANDARD /fc.MEDY CO , Clllcano , III.
JII.I5. 0. Wl.HT'H NJIIM R AMI UlUIN TltKAT
Ml NJ , u Kuariuitiii'd himi li | . for lly turla , ll//l
1KHS , ( 'OIIVIllhlOllN , I'ltH , NirV-JIIrl NoUrillL'lll ,
Jlcadi.ohe. NervoiiH I'roslii'tl"ii ' " 'usid hy ( ho
USD of alcohol tobdtco , WaUcfnlii' s , Mental
IiiiprebDldii , ttuttiititUH ut tin ) lliain , insiililng in
humility uud load I nt , ' tomhiiry , < li cuy and death ,
I'rdiiaturiiUM Aim , liiirrrniiotH , lee of I'OWOB
In wither oic , liuoluiifiry lioiiot and Kptuiiat.
nrliu-a canted hy oi r oxurtIon ot tlio br.Un , tielf.
ahimo or nvrrln < lii1i."rn i I'ach liox contains
on iiioiith'Btri-atiiieiit. Jl.'Oahox , or nix boxen
foi8).0iheiitby mall prepaid on receiptofprlco ,
WB GUARANTEE SIX BOXES.
To euro any cane. With each order icfclvtd by
uaforidx \ > \ot , amomimnluil withi't.Wu \ will
hendtliuptlithasiT our written Kiiaraiiltfii to re
fund the money It tlio treatment doc * nut Direct
a cure. Guarautcm Unucd only by ( ioudinaa
JJniK U" . . ItruKtfl'iti , Sole At' t . HI" Kurnun
tieut , Oiimlm , NeljiMsku
rapsuloa. Buvoral camM cfirTd Iu Devon dayu.
Hold at II.Mi per l > nx , ull druu isti , or by mall
from Dortura MT Co. , 113 WliUo t . , N. IT.
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