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8 THE OMAHA 35AXLY BEE : SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 , 1889.
The motor compnny will run tlfo cnra
of its Sixteenth nna Vlnton Btrcot line
north to the ftur grounds.
There will be a caucus of the republi
cans of the Third wnrd at the police
court chamber this evening lit 7iU. : !
Chixrllo Ncodhnni id hotter , arid will
bo brought back from Wntortown , Dak. ,
in a few days. Frank Wttssormun has
just roturnoa from thut city.
James Pattcrsontho switchman In the
Union Pacific yards , is not the person
referred to in Thursday's paper under
the ' 'An . "
hoadlnff , UnholySpnusc. _ _
The case of the state vs. Mnstorman
was called In Justice Watlo'a court yes
terday afternoon , and continued until
Monday at 2 p. in. The witnesses of the
prosecution failed to appear.
The Massachusetts Mutual Life In
surance company , of Springfield , bus
located its general western olllco in ono
of the elegant rooms on the second floor
01 Tim BKH building. It is one of the
leading insurance companies of the
The owners of the Ktlpntrick-Kocb
building and the D. M. Steele & Co.'s
building luivo boon notlllod to lower
their high sidewalks to grade. They
will reslwt the order on the ground that
their walkb are on a grade established
by the city engineer , and that the
Etrcotb hava since been lowered.
W. S. Ncal , of Peru , Is nt the Murray.
K. II. Potter , of Lincoln , Is at tlio Arcade.
J. L. Ilobson , of Chnnpoll , Isattho Arcarto.
A. S. Hadgor , of Lincoln , Is lit the Murray.
Miss A. ICcobler , of Iluward , Is at tlio Mil-
H. R. Hoot , of Wood Ulver , is at the Mil-
P. G. Ibncli , of David City , is at the Ar-
Mrs. O. A. Mullen , of Lincoln , Is at the
Mrs. J. G. White , of Kearney , is at the
W. 11. II. Myers , of Holdrudgo. Is at the
J. Horn , of Fremont , is registered at the
13. P. Hoot and wlfu , of Crete , are at the
Frame P. Ireland , of Xcbraslca Qity , is at
thePiixton. . .
C. H. Wtllard , of Auburn , is registered at
Eugene Moore , ot' Norfolk , Is stopping at
J. II. Haldcrman , of Weeping Water. Is at
B. W. Hrightol , ot Iloldroduc , Is registered
at the Paxton.
A. S. Campbell , of Hastings , Is registered
nt the Paxton.
K. 13. Wablquist , of Hastings , is registered
at the Puxtou.
H. D. Laneford , of Ilaiglor , Is registered
at the Arcudo.
Hon. C. II. Van Wyclc was In the city
yesterday and culled at Tin : UEB ofllco.
W. II. Hall , manager of the city water
worltrf company , hus gene to Detroit on a
ten duya' vacation.
Judge John U. Porter and wife , of Los
Angclos , are guests of their bon-in-law
Depot Master Haney , of the Union Pacitlc.
N. S. Ueldon , ono of the first typo's in
Omaha , but now a successful merchant at
Las Vega * , Now Mexico , Is In the city on a
visit to friends , llo is accompanied by his
Mr. and Mrs. .A. Lochwity , from Salt
Lalto City , arc the guests of Mr. I Hrown ,
2ol4 Douglas strco * . They came to attend
the wedding of their sister , Miss Thersca
Losfllcr , which will talto place on Tuesday ,
September 22d , in the Washington ball.
Mr. W. W. Morsman , of Clarinda , la. .
brother of Mr. E. M. Moraman , president of
the Pacific Express company , is lioro visiting
the latter. Mr. Morsman is a prominent at
torney of years' standing in lown. At the
solicitation of friends and relatives ho has
decided to locate and practice law In this city.
Mr. Andrew Hovowator is homo from a
visit to Dulutli , the "Zenith city of the unsalted -
salted seas. " He was called there as con
sulting engineer to help solve the problem of
a sowcrago system capable of accommodat
ing the Hoods of that section and turn the
tide of granite boulders which roll down on
the streets with every rain.
General Manager Kitnball , of the Union
Pacific , loft for Boston last ovonlni ; ,
nccouipanicd by his family. Ills son , who is
a well Known icsldcnt of that city , is to IcaVo
in a few days on a two years' cruise , during
which tlmo ho will visit prominent European
points. Mr. ICimtmll stated that his trip will
bn In no way connected with the affairs of
Tom Stivers , 3no the proprietors of the
DCS Moincs Leader and the Hurlington Ga
ze t to , la In the city , accompanied by Coun
cilman C. 13onn , of Hurlington , Senator
Schmidt , of Davenport , and Councilman
Carl Vogt , of Uurllngion , All of these gentlemen -
tlemon wcro delegates to tlio Iowa state
convention , which Just closed at Sioux
Mr. Frank G. Carpenter , the distinguished
Journalist , who has entertained readers of
TUB SUNIUY UKB for months with his
charming lettersfrom the old world , passed
through the city yesterday. Ho had tluio
between trains only to rush up to Dowoy's
store and shako hands with the great Amer
ican traveler and then rush back. Ho was
west bound and expects soon to return via
Omnlm and stop off a while.
Chattlo mortgages wore ) filed with the
county clerk yesterday on W. N. NVhltnoy's '
otock of boots , shoos and store fixtures at
1421 Douglas street , ns follows :
Edwin C. Hurt & Co. , of Now York ,
J. S. Turner , Hochlaml , Mass. , § 1,715.80.
Burt & Mears , New York , ? 35U.SO.
'Jwo Youiiir Alim Demi.
Tnobodlosof two men , botti of whom riled at
St. Joseph's hospital yesterday morning , ore
lying at Hcafoy's undertaking establishment
awaiting tlio disposition of relatives and
frlnndb. Ono is tlio body of Frank Hanoi , a
Holiomiun of twctity-tlvo you.ru , anil the
other is that of Mie.huol Currau , an Irish
man , aged twenty-six.
The \Vnnilmnii Conservatory.
Mr. GcorgoW. Llninger erecting a largo
conservatory , Just south of Ids art vallory ,
In which lie will place the collection of
palms , recently the uroporty of Mr. Clark
Woodman. There nro about one hundred
and llfty plants In the collection , nil of differ
ent variation , constituting ono of thu most
extensive collections in the country.
llcro'u Voiii" Dynamos.
The engines and monster dynamos for the
now power house of the street railway com
pany have arrived and are being put in place.
Meanwhile , the trucks , ovei head wire ? ano
power house uro Hearing completion r.tu
thuro is every Indication that the now clue-
trlo system will bo In operation by the 2tli
the liuio contracted for.
A Vouiiir Doctor Injured.
Dr. Chapman Glbbs , formerly with Dr ,
Galbralth , the Union Pacific surgeon , of this
city , uici with a serious accident two weeks
ago near Crawford , where ho lias residue
luce leaving Oniuha.
Whllo returning from calling on a patient
four or livemiles in the country
hla horse became frightened , throw him out
of the buggy and bauiy fractured ono of bis
Not bolnfj able to receive the proper treat
ment there ho sent for Dr. Hoffman , who
liad him brought litre Thursday , Ho is now
In St. Joseph's hospital and receiving the
very best of care.
lttln'rt ColloJ Choloru anil
This medioinocan always bo dopondoc
upon , not only In the milder forms o
summer complaint , but also for malig
nan t dysentery and cholera infanlum
The lives of many persons and especial
ly children uro saved by it cauh year.
INFORMATIONS KILI2I > .
Those Who Will tie Cnllcil Into
County Attorney Mahoney has prepared
tlilrty-otfo Informations and loft thorn with
Clerk Moorcs that will bo filed next Monday
against the folio wing parties !
Richard O'Mally , charged with malicious
destruction of property.
John A. Wood , for refusing equal rights
0 citizens In a place ot nmusomont.
Luna Marsh , murder in the first degree.
Mlko Morrlasy , grand larceny.
Fred I. Copeland , forgery.
James Dunn , robbery.
Thomas O'lirlon ' , assault with Intent to
Malcolm O'Mnlloy , rape.
William D.ivli , adultery.
Mairglo Uaughcrty , adultery ,
William C. Burgess , mahoin.
Hoary W. Nichols , grand larceny.
William Tunp.itc , grand larcjny.
John Nelson' , gram ] larceny.
V.'llnon Llnahy , forgery.
Henry Llngonner , assault with Intent to
,11m Quina. forgery.
William Green , assault with intent to 1:111.
Hugh Hums , burglary.
Ed liabblimton , assault with Intent to do
jrcnt bodily injury.
William W. LSlttncr , obtaining money under
William Carter , burglary.
Hen Liny , assault with intent to commit
William normals , burglary.
Mary Lurst-n , grand larceny.
Henry Payne , assault with Intent to com-
Anton Dragood , Illegal voting.
Dennis Leahy , assault with intent to kill.
TI1K OKDKK HOLDS.
Capitol Avcnuu Ucsort to Ito Sup
A crcat deal has been whispered around in
regard to Nell King being allowed to conduct
1 bawdy huiiso In the heart of Omaha after
in order from the mayor to suppress her
ilaco had benn issued. The original coin-
) lalnt was made by Mr.Vlloy , then of the
waterworks company. Mayor liroatch Is
sued an order to Chief Scavoy to suppress
the place , out to give Miss King a reasonable
time to vacate. The chief considered thirty
days a reasonable tlmo nncl notified the
woman accordingly , She and her
friends set about to squelch the ordor.
All sorts of promises and throats vveio inado
to Mayor LJroatch. Ho was begged to rescind
the ordor. Ono business man s.ild : "I have
'squared' both THE 13in : mid Republican
and they will not roast you If you rcvoko the
ordor. " Heavy pressure WAS brought to bear
to influence Mayor' Broatch , but his order
stands as It was originally ; "Suppress the
house , but give the woman reasonable tlmo
to vacate. "
A 13iu reporter called on Mayor llroatch
ana asked lor a statement. " 1'ho woman
must go , " said the mayor. "I have issued the
order , and it shall stand just as it. now is.
It is true that a number of business
men have come to me and pleaded hard in
her behalf , but I shall stand linn. Scavoy
gave tnc woman thirty clays in which to va
cate. If ho sees lit ho can extend the time a
few weeks , but no longer. "
"A business man has given It out that
everything has boon llxed for her to remain
udtil such a , time as she can build and move.
Do you know anything about that ! " uskca
' I do not. The report is untrue. As I
said before , men have been to me , but they
got no satisfaction. "
Chief Scavey was interviewed and said :
"Nell King is human , the s.imo as any other
person , I am told by business men that by
suppressing her place inside of thirty days
I will do her a crent injustice. In case I Ilnd
this to bo true , I shall extend the time thirty
days. Otherwise she must shut up thu place
as a public resort by the 2 < ith of this month. "
' Then you will not allow her to remain
long enough to build I"
"Not by any moans. "
The woman was scon to-day and nslced :
"Whoa do you propose to vacate your
house ! "
"I have been notified to leave by the 20th.1
'Are you going at that time. "
"No , I shall remain hero , but the house
will bo closed. My friends bavo endeavored
to induce Mayor Hroateli to rescind his ordor.
I saw the mayor In person yesterday , but ho
refused to talk about the matter. "
A IlUNAWiVY SIOTOR.
A Lndy Jumps From a Train and
in Ilnd I y Injured.
Mrs. W. H. Birch , a middle-aged lady re
siding on Twenty-fifth street , between
Dodge and Farnatn streets , met with a seri
ous accident Thursday evening , while riding
on a motor train. As the motor rounded the
curve on Burt on to Thirty-sixth street
the driver could not control the
speed of the train because the brakes gave
away. The train started down the incline at
a high rate of speed. Mrs. Hlrch became
frightened and Jumped to the street , believ
ing an accident was inevitable. She was
thrown with violence , the full rendering her
unconscious. Her face was cut in several
places and her body was found to bo rnoro or
The motor tram was stopped before other
harm was aono. _
Tlio Anxiety to Get William Moran
, A\vny From 1119 Jury.
Since Billy Moran came homo from the in
sane nsylum , and some nt the county com
missioners discovered that he-was in posses
slon of certain facts connected with the
Pauly vault steal which niiuht
bo called for by the grand
Jury , which will bo in session
next week they suddenly conceived the idea
that a visit to the Hot Springs woula do him
in ore good than anything else. As an excuse
for sending him there the commissioners announce
that Moran's lower limbs
nounce are par
tially parahzcd , and likely , unless something
bo done immediately , to innlto him a per
manent * cripple. Acting under instructions
Jailor Joe Millar took the matter in charge
and hurried Billy away Thursday.
AS GOOD AS GOLD.
Ouu Thousand l.ott ) Near Denver ,
Colorado , Free.
Desiring1 to attract universal atten
tion wo have adopted this novel and expensive -
pensive method of placing our property
before the people.
Tlio lots wo are giving away in Plain-
Hold , a now suburban addition on the
Fort Worth & Denver railroad , only a
few minutes riao from the Union depot
at Denver , Colo.
Thcso lots are 2o.\125 feat , wide streets
and nice park reserved. Wo uoop every
other lot for the present and will not
sell. Every lot Hint is given away will
bo worth $100 in less than eighteen
months. Wo Rlvo only ono lot
to eaoh person and require
no contract to improve. If you
desire ono of thcbo lots Bond us your full
mime- and address , with 4o for postage ,
and wo will mail you deed at ouco. Ad
dress Pr A.iNFuir.i > ADDITION Co. ,
Castle Uouk , Colo.
The Tlo That Hindu.
In the presence of over six hundred friends
and relatives , at the Seward Street M. E.
church , on Thursday evening , Miss * Nina
Terry became Mrs , John P. Morris. The affair
was ono of the prettiest nupiial affairs that
ever occurred In the church. The ante-room
and ttio chancel were both elaborately and
fittingly decorated , the hangings of the ves
try being of white , while pendant from the
entrance was a cupid's bow of panslcs. The
chancel was a bower of beauty , with pots of
blooming flowers. In front of the rail was
an arch of evcrtrrccns and golden tods.
From the apex hung a horseshoe ofvhlto
Mr. Charles H. Wilson acted as boatman
and Miss Mlnnlo Coghliu as bridesmaid. At
7U ; ! ) p. ui. the bridal party marched up the
central alsluito the btrumb of Mendelssohn's
wedding march. They were mot at the altar
by Hov , James Huvties , uncle of the bride ,
who made the twain one.
After tbo ccrumouy the liuppy couple wcro
driven to the homo of Mr. Fletcher W.
Young , on North Twciity-sixth street , where
a brief roccntlon followed. At 0:80 : they
Icfton the train on tholr wedding tour. They
will mnko their future homo at OloiiWood.
la. Both bride and groom have a host of
friends in Omaha , who wish thorn unalloyed
Democratic Committed nml Wnrd
The democratic county contrnl committee
meets this afternoon at " o'clock at
Julius Moyor's room , Twelfth and Farnain
A uicetlnR of the Second Ward Republican
club will bo held nt Shull's store , Twentieth
and 1'ierco streets , this evening at S o'clock.
Sidewalks have been ordered laid on the
following streets. If the order Is not com
plied with before October 4 the walks will
bo laid by the city and the cost assessed
against the abutting property :
North 8ldo of Martha street , between
Twentieth street and Twenty-first street ,
four foot wide.
Kast and west side of Eighteenth strcot
from Union strcot to Spring street , four feet
South side Cass street , between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth slrocts. Repairs.
East sldo of Seventeenth strcot from
Mason street to Leavcnworth street. Ha-
West sldo of Seventeenth street from
Mason street to Williams. Repairs.
North sldo of Nicholas street from Twen
tieth street to Twenty-fourth street. Repairs ,
North sldo of Duruottestrcotfrom Twenty-
sixth street to Twenty-eighth street , four
South sldo of Nicholas street from Twen
tieth street to Twenty-second street , six feet
South sldo of St. Mary's avenue , lot 4 ,
Johnson's addition. Repairs.
North side IJouglos street , between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets , eight feet
North side. Center street from Seventeenth
to Eighteenth streets. Repairs.
Just the pure juice ofthe grape
naturally ferinentcd'that iswhatCook's
imperial ohampaguo is ; its bouquet is
unrivalled. ' _
The movement for a fat stoclc show In
Omaha is taking shape , and if the pee plo fee
Interested and respond to tlio demands ma do
upon them , tlio attraction is assured.
The Coliseum and the south Omaha Stock
yards associations have taken hold of the en
terprise and are pushing it iti'n buslncss-llko
manner. Manager John S. I'rinco for the
ono , and Manager W. N. Babcock for the
other , are at work on preliminary arrange
It is proposed to hold the show' in the
Coliseum , whore stalls may bo arranged for
the nccommodatlnn'bf 143 animals , provided
only cattle and horses are admitted ; but as
hogs and sheep will bo entered , andlmtusmch
as half a dozen of these can bo put into one
pen or stall , it will bo an'easy mutter to ac
commodate three or four hundred.
There will also bo plenty of Voqjn for dairy
exhibits , poultry and i fancy dog kennel. It
is proposed to secure subscriptions sufll-
cicntly largo to offer good premiums , and
thus induce the patronage of stockmen and
breeders from all parts of the country to
take an interest In the exhibition.
As tbo Chicago show is to bo hold during
the llrst two weeks in October. thU ono will
como Immediately after and take up thu last
two weeks of that month.
Piles ! Piles !
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will
cure blind , blooding and itching piles When
other ointments have failed. It absorbs the
tumors , allays the Itching at oneo , acts as a
poultice , gives instant relief. .Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment Is prepared only for
piles and itching of the private parts , and
nothing olso. Every box Is warranted. Sold
by druggists ) or sent by mall on receipt of
price , 50c and $1 per bo c. " , ,
WILLIAMS' M'FG CO. , Prop's.
_ * Cleveland , O. ,
Inspection Too Sjlrlot.
The paving investigation committee of the
city council met at the council chamber yester
day afternoon , all of the members of the com
mittee ana the board of public works being
present. The action of the board and the
committee was cone over in full , Mr , Kler-
* tead and Mr. Furay both sustained Mr.
Gray's statement that the work on Hartley
street had been stopped by Malor Balcombo
after the borrd had decided that the work
could go ou , but that 'red blocks should not
bo used on any other street. The members
stated that they had joined Major Balcombo
in rejecting poor material whenever rind
A long talk wai indulged In , and the senti
ment seemed to bo that Baicombo's inspec
tion was too strict.
On Monday next the time to offer bids for
the grading of the south part of Hansrom
park toward Ed Crnlghton avenue expires.
It is estimated that 80,000 yards will bo re
moved , and that the coat will bo in tljo vicin
ity of $15,000. The work now being.cnrried .
on by the park commission is under the su
pervision of Mr. Adams. , , '
PAXTON HOTKL , OMAHA Special at
tention to commercial , then. Finest and
largest hotel in the west. Kittredgo &
Drulnard , proprietors.
At avjncetinp of the board of public works
yesterday afternoon bids wcro received for
the grading of Nineteenth , Twentieth and
Twenty-llret streets , from Wirt to Emmett ;
Lathrop from Sherman avenue to Nine
teenth ; Bluncy from Sherman avenue to
Twcnth-fourth , and Mercer avenue from
Lo wo nvsnuo to Vista strcot. The
bidders wcro F. Kuyscheart , Edward
Callahan and W. F. Cullahan. The bid of
W. F. Callahan , at 14 cents , was thu lowest
Nineteenth. Twentieth ' La
on , 1'wonty-tirst ,
throp and Binnoy streets , and he was
awarded the contract for tlio work. The
only biu on Lowe avenue was presented at
18 cents by Ed. Callahan , and was rojcctcd
as being too high.
Coots nml City Hall Stone.
Contractor Coots says that ho favors Mis
souri granite , such as has been used In the
First National bank , for the lower stories of
the new city hall.
For the upper ones his favorite would bo
either Portage or Colorado red stone.
Ho says ho proposes to do something
toward having good and harmonious material
used In thu construction of the proposed
Tills powder never vtrles. Aimcvfl of pur * ,
ly , strength and wholenoinuucaa , iloro eco
nomical taun th * ordinary klndi. ami cannot
bo sold In competition Mith the , multitudes ot
lor or ihortwefKht alum or vhoiphitu powder * .
Bold only In canv. lloynl Ilakiug I'owdar Cam.
, ua Wiul Etmt , Mow Ywfc.
Save Tour Hair
BY a timely me of Ayor's Hitlr Vigor.
Thin prt'mmtloii | has no equal ns a
drcsilng. It Iconpi the srnlp clean , cool ,
and healthy , nml ptcscrvut tlio color ,
fullness , and Ixmnty of the hair.
" I wn < rapidly becoming bald and
crny ; but afti-r nsliiK two or three
bottles ot AynHs Hair Vlqor my hair
grow thick and H'o ' y n"d the original
color was reMortd.--Molviii Aldricli ,
Cnnnnn Cuntrci'N. It.
"Homo time go I lost nil my lialrln
cotm'ipicnco of. measles. Alter duo
waiting , no new growth appealed , I
thim used Ayer's ) Hair Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently como to stay. The
Vigor It nvlilcntly a crcat aid to nature. "
J. U. Williams , Floicsvlllo , Texas.
"I have lined Ayer'fl Hair Vigor for
the past four or five yearn and find It a
inoit satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It is nil I could dcsiip , being harmless ,
cnuilng tlio hair to retain its natural
color , mul requiring bat n small quantity
to rendnr the hair easy to niraiiRo' . "
MM. M. A. Ilalloy , tl Charles street ,
Iluvcihlll , Jlasa.
" I have been using Ayor's Hair Vigor
for several ycam , nml linllevo that it lias
caused mv hair to retain its natural
color. " Mrs. IL , T. King , Dealer in
Dry Goods , &c. , Dlshopvlltu , Md.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. , Lowell , Mass.
Bold by Druggies nml 1'crf umcr > .
HALLS. L'liuRciins , FACTO-
NO. 2 GLOBE
Ilic best , safest , most
ilurablc nml cconom
ic.nl coal oil lamp
In the \\orlJ. .
I. IB lit a
room ttii rt.
1 ct. un
size , in a
, full'linc of
fins size is the
, No. 3 QLOBB
, iluablc for Lighting
Libraries , ] ) inin ? > rooms ,
320 " " llalsl'arlorsandaU !
THE STANDARD LIGHTING CO. ,
Cleveland , Ohio.
J'orSalobyM. H. Hit's , nnd 1'crKlus. Gat en &
DRS. BETTS & BETT5
110S FAHNAM STHEET , OMAHA , NBU.
( Opposite i'aitou Hotel. )
Ofllce hours , 9 a. m , to 8 p. m. Sundays , 10 a.
m.to I p. in.
Spe'-l llsts In Chronic , Nervous Skin and
CryConsultatlon at office or by mml free ,
Medicines sent by mall or express , securely
packed , free from observation. Guarantees to
cure quickly , safely and permanently.
UlJDwmTQ TITJBTlT'PV ' Spermatorrhoea , soml-
iiMYUUft UlJDlLl.lI ual Iosae < i.NlBht Emls
lions. Physical Uccay. urlahifr fiom IndlKcro
tlon , I'xcess or Indulgence , produclne Sleepless
ness. Despondency. l'iuipes : on the race , aver
sion to noclety. easily discouraged , la.cn of conll
dence , dull , mitltror study or business , nndllndti
Ufa a burden. Bafely , permanently nnd pri
vately cured. Consult Ors. iletts & Uotts , itui
Farnaia St. , Omaha , Nab.
Bloofl and Skin Diseases
results , completelv eradicated without the aid
of Mercury. Scrofula , Erysipelas. Fever Pores ,
Illotches , Ulcers , I'Mnsln the Head and Hones ,
ByphllltlcSoro'lhroat. Mouth and Tongue , Ca
tarrh , etc. , permanently cured where other !
tfirtnotr IfPinoru anl Bladder Complaints ,
luUIluY. Ulllldiy Painful. Dlllieult , too fre
quent HiirnlnBor Jlloody Urine , Urlno high col
ored or with milky sediment on feiandlna , Wrnk
Back , OonorrlKua , Gleet , Cystitis. etc. ,
1'romptly and Safely Cured , Charges
moral completa , without cutting , caustic nr
dilation , burro eilccted nt homo by patient
without a moments pain or annoyance.
To Yonnir Men and MiiWlB-AsGil Men ,
PITDP m" awful elTects of enrly
AQIIDP bUnb Vice , which bnnca orKanlc
weakness , destroying both mind and body , with
all Its dreaded Ills , permanently cured ,
TIDs ! BP'FTtJ ' Adress those who have impaired
UnOi DullO thoinseh-eH by Improper Iiitlnl-
centos and solitary habits , wlilcli rnln both
body and mind , unllttlni ; them tor business ,
tuny or marriage.
M AiiiiiKD MEN. or those entering on that hap
py life , aware of physical debility , quickly us
Is based upon facts , Flrst-I'racllcnl Hxpo
rleucf. Second Krury c.isu Is especially fitudled-
thus nturtir.tf aright. Third JloJlolnos ave pro ,
pared 111 our jubulory exactly to suit each case ,
thus ultectlng curoa without Injury
PO Send U tents postage for celebrated works
on Chronic , Norrous and Delicate Diseases.
Thousands ciirml. , fir A fileadly letter or cull
may eava you future Buffering and shame , and
ridd golden yearn to life. tv Ko letters an-
ewer d unlcBs uccorapanied by i cents In s tames ,
Address or call nn
mt * . tiJGTTM & BITTS ,
HUBJfarnum Street , Umaha , Nab.
Rrently Improved lt * iwinginif fliacklm iin ooa
Bn anil ulurtcn nccnnUnjr in tLo wol ht put ou tbuni.
AdopUKl eiiaall' wull to rounll country or tlno
Vtt clrl ea Willvlvarwt Dost natla/actlon.
i 00 .
I'trat tlfne In the city oC the highly
Musical furce-C'omudy , entitled
" THE FAKIK , "
lly Paul M. Potter and Harry U llamlln.
THOMAS. Q. SSA3ROOKC ai SSTH BOKES
Itet.'ular prlcea , 2Ic , We , 7Cc nnd tl.O ) . Se l are
uow ou tale.
Of the now season it is n question with uvci-v man.vhcrc he should buy his frill clothing. You nro cortmnly
not a good judpo oC clothing noboily is The bojbjiulsoa tlo not m-otciul to be. Thou the question arisen ,
where cnn yon got the host vnluo for the loiut money ? As ovorybo.ly in Onvihit . knows , wo luivo incronsnil
our business from season to season. A great ninny fcnyvo nro getting this big trade by bronking down
the prices. They may bo right. But what holds our old miuV makes IH so many now ciutomera , is the faut
that our low prices nro joined to reliability and qinliby. It H by this "Union" that our housa hiu received
the following of the trade. .
This season , wo ir.teml to make things more lively than over. Whether other house ? complain of dull
ness or not. "Wo have put in an enormous stock , wo have prepared for n bigger business than over , and wo
propose to do it. OUR PRICES ARE BOUND TO BRING YOU TO US IP YOU VALUE YOUR
MONEY AND IP YOU WANT TO SAVE IT.
This week we will give you romc bargains in Fall Overcoats. Wo scarcely know which one of the many
beautiful styles to mention specially. Ono nice brown Cheviot Coat with silk facing , which \ve oll'or at § 5.75 ,
you could not get elsewhere for less than § 8 or f 9. Another grey fine nil wool CjHsimoro Coat , oxcallcntly
made and trimmed nt S7.50 , would be very cheap at 310. Others at $8.50 , $9.75 , 810.50 and up § 17.50. These
nt the higher prices are the richest and most stylish garments in the market ,
Our illustrated catalogue of fall styles ready lor mailing. Send
name and address it you want one.
Corner Fourteenth and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
Is called to tbo fact wo are now receiving
choice NOVKLTIKS In VAUi GOODS and
that a complete assortment of Mon's and
Hoy's Clothing adapted to the season , may
bo'found upon our tables KtU.Ij OVI3U-
COATS ot latest style and superior llnlsb ;
and Kqumoctral Umbrellas , high in qual-
itv nnd workmanship but niodcrnta In
Dr. J. E , McGREW
O.M ) or THE MOST Buccrssptrn
In ( lie Treatment of All Chronic , Xenons
nnd I'rivnlc Diseases.
Ppermntorrhrrn , Impotency and KitlllnK Manlioort
nbiolutcly cured. A euro Kimrnntocd In nil forms of
I'rlvnto imtmscB , Mrlctnrcs. Gleet , Ac. Cntnrrli ,
Tliroiil. I.iinus , nnd Heart DIsoiisi'S , ItlionniHllam ,
hplnul and Kuninlo Dljeusoa , illooil andbklu Disumui
I.ndloV nml ccntlomcn'D w.iltln ' rooms Bopnrnto
Consultntion free. Send forboolts. "Tlio secret nnd
Private Discuses of Man , " nlso "Woman and llur
D.BUIIBCS , " 10o oncli ( stHinpn ) TreHtmunt by corro-
epondonco ; henilntninp for reply.
Olllce : 8. IX Cornnr 1-ltli nnd Jaclison Ktrcot.s ,
OMAHA. Niii. :
Send for 200 pngo illustrated catalogue.
Stationary , Fancy Goods , Toys nnd No
tions. Largest and cheapest stool : in
REDHEAD , NORTON , LATHROP &Co
Jid MOINI53 , IOWA.
COLD MEDAL FAtflS EXPOSITION W8.
THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS
Wheuj uunrtfbuyliistBoir rtineinli < > rtliuttlioro tl
iucliuinlnKna price tliat
is toocArnj' , It lilntlcrtu
imy a fair price and lift
K od slo\iB llku Ilillclr.
Jliinin'M. They uru inndo
ffioin eelifleU fcklimlii Diet
F liril inanucrnud nre mir-f
ruined to IHI ( liu inostf
urvluralile made. If jouk
Haul to know more about '
clous In Knieral nnd
In I'lirlk'iilar , Piii-lono VV. ,
nuinlifor Hie book About I' ' .
( ilovm. It " 111 Interest
JUll. KUTiUUillMI )6W ) ,
JO1I.V O. HU'rC'lllMtO.1 ! , Juliutlunn , V. Y.
JOHN E. WILKINSON ;
of the Violin.
llapld Prourrv ) rjiiuranteetl. O-'l NortU Utli
Srttt , Omaha , Nebraska.
Ihe Regular Old-Established
PHYSIGIAH AtiD SURGEON
Is still Treating with ( ho Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
Clirouic , Ncryons anfl Private Diseases ,
. NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lost Manhood ,
Failing Memory , Exhausting Drains , Terrible
Dreams , Head and Back Ache nnd all the effects
leading to early decay ami pi-rhips Consumption or
Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods with
SYPHILIS nnd nil bad Dlood and Skin Dis
eases permanently cured.
i > -KIDNEYand URINARY complaints , Gleet ,
Gonorrhoea , Stricture , Vnrlcocele and all diseases
of the Gcnito-Urin.iry Organs cured promptly without
injuiy to Stomach , Kidneys or oilier Organs.
83No experiments. Age and experience Im
portant. Consultation free and sacred.
< ? ty Send 4 cents postage Tor Celebrated Works on
Chronic , Nervous and Delicate DUeascs.
OS * Those contemplating Marriage < end for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Mai : and Female , each
15 cents , liolh 2 ; cents ( stamps ) . Consult the old
Doctor , A friendly letter or callmay sa\e futuresufier-
Ing and shame , nnd add golden > ears to life.CB'lJook
"Life's ( Secret ) Errors"joccnts ( stamps ) . RIedicino
and writings sent everywhere , secure from exposure.
Hours , 8 to 8. Sundajsg In 12 Address
F. D. CLARICE , IV1. D. ,
(86 ( So. Clark St. , CHICAGO , ILL.
BROOKS BROS. & CO.
Importers anil Wholesale Dealers In
Watches , Jewelry , Cutlery ,
Notions , Novelties , Albums ,
Fancy Goods , Walking Canes ,
Coal-Collar Springs , &c. , &o.
Largo atsortmcnl tar
Cane Racks , Knlfo Boards , Spindles.
Auctioneers , Streetmen and Peddlers.
Hie variety of So. lOc nnd 2. * > c counter
OdB. Sunil for Illnitruted cutuloiuo.
BROOKS BROS. & CO. ,
417-410 JforthFonvtli St. ,
St. Louis , Mo.
A Perfect Face Powder.
iBtliTbiJT T > oBTi rub uih"bold b/VrogiUti ,
KlniUr'i.aoiPirnamM illl e'i , 1,101 N lllli
St. ; On Firnambt i Oo < io.1iii ti llruicCo ,1.110
Schrulrr' ) , l,917HTarl > llt'i , 5,119 , On N.iclh ,
cor. Wttmltri Morreiri.cor Clilr Ko.nerftnck I , * T ?
tor WIIIUmsOnH. l > tlilllutr < lc'il,9 , llt-l ! fc Co. , for Con-
til , cur. LVultrl Ue < 1lc > lliiilIlulBlruHlorc , ror. Uixlct Tucli-
k > . cor. r > clflci OnK. lOlli : Hell e , (20 ; bmllli linn. c r.i'ncli-
lc | OnR. Ullj ; Conr.J'e , 51 : ; Kulm U Co. cor. nmtKUi , > la
cor. lull ind Cilmlnff , On H unler'l . . . . : Dr. tUvllle'l , 1,104 , Cilv
jr' , cor , I ikt ; On I.
nuj U. eniiorli HrliAerer'k , * * b.imiii
Ar . milCoibj.Cl.rk i , J9tli.lid WunlMorlli Arti.Dr.UrnliiM'i.
1 , < 01 Howard , Cnjo'l'i , cor. Clhtnd rtrrcel Itoyil'rCjiiilUI fe.
ill Kill fat. ! W. J , fcclir > < ! rr'i ; Ceykora A Co , U. um li > .
Wllol l > l > , llleli.nl.nu DrUK Co. . niokf. Ilruto j. Co.
THE LATEST PERFUME EXQUISITE
FREEMAN'S ' HIAWATHA
GOLD MEDAL , PAUIo. 1870.
W. BAKrJl & CO.'S
la atisolntcltjntrc it ml
U la soluble ,
are u.ril In lt < prcpiratlun. It hdi nort
( Aau thrci ttmtt the itrttiglb i f Cocoa
lulled illi Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
and It tliertforo far more crouoinlcil ,
ratling lett ( Aari tint cent a tup. It il
ilcllcluu , , notirlililng , itrctiKtliciiIuK , Ki-
env DiuibTtn , md linlriM/ > dept l
( at Imalldi ai vellsi pcrioni In health.
Sold lijr ( IroccrH ricrjnlicrc.
\V. BAKER & CO. , Dorchestor. Masa
GRATEFUI _ COMFORTING
"Mj tliorou : ! ) knowlodno of thn nuttiriil Inwa
ulikli govern IhoniionilliiiiBor illvvxtlon mul nulrl-
lion , nml hyiitiirtilul uppll'iitlonuf tlio lint ) nrnpor.
tie nf wollU' ( tut count , Mr. Kn. | | liutiirovlilpiloiir
UrinkfuHt tnlilcnwltliii ilullcutlcy UiiMin-d txivciuito
wlilcli iiiuOnvo in iiiiiny hoiivy cloi tors' Mils. It H
by tlio juilUluun lun nl i < iicli iirtlrli-n of tllut Hint a
coutktltutlon innI I o KriuliiMlly but t 1111 until nininii
t'liuuuli lo rcilsl uvcry lendency to dlxciiHu. I Inn
dri'ilH of eiibtlu iiiitlutllt'H 11 ru Moatum uroiuiU UN rt'iitly
toullarkheroer llit're Is n weak point Wu may
cAcnpt ) ninny it fatal Kliuft by keeploi ; otiifei'lvca t'll
Inrtlfli'il with iniru blood ml u ) ir | > criy uourlkliuU
friiim1. " Civil Hi ,
M iln linily | llh liollliiu wiilrrnr milt. Pali ] only
In . . half pound tins by Uruu't" luLcl ( il llnni
JAMES EPPS & CO , .
to exam *
lue tli a
v.- _ - - Justly rel-
ebiiiteilllnv of Hoots and Hhooa , manufactur
ed ny ( ! . M. llcndergun .V : o. , of rhlcaBO-1-ao.
torles nt UlilcuKO. IJIxon. IllB. , and I'ond 1)11 ) l.ac.
\ Vle.Blioiililtu \ HAM. N , WATSON , resi
dent , I'llBMONT. NI'.II. Travsllnjs uijeut.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John O , , IarobJ
Undertakers and Embalmers
At the Old Siani , 1407 Favnaa Str t.
OiiUT8 by telejirnpli bollcltod and proinptly
Attended. 'J'uluiihtMia to No , SJ ,
N.W.COR. I3TH&DODDE bis , OMAHA. NEB.
FOU THE TIIEATSIS.S-T or joi , T
APPUAHCFS FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES/ *
Bett Facilities , ApparatusandRerudlesforBueceisful
Treatment of every form of ] V m renuirinr
MEDICAL or SUnOIOALTHKATMEHT.
NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS !
Boards Attendance. Bc t Accommodation ! in WeiL' '
OTWRITE FOR CIRCULARS on DeformitlcB an *
Bracei , Tnisiei , Club Feet , Curvatures of Bjiine , rileil
TumorCancer , , Catarrh. Bronchitis , Inhalation.
DISEASES OF WOKEN S.S .
UI'.lUVKl.im.Y AnnillA LYUU -
H09K.N niKixicoimtaiAT. ( STRicTU PRIVATf. )
Only Htliable Midioal In.tHute making Specialty of
/Ililloodlllifniti mrtfufgllr UntcJ. Urnlilllllerolloa
rtmo > c4 from tin ijilfm vllliout tntrcurr. N , r llnlorallt *
Ir l irnl fur Loll of > 1T.II , I'UH kit. I'.rtltl uuibto lo TJltt
uimib treated at boui bf corn ipondcnec. AII tomraunlefc.
iloDlconQd.Dtlil. HedlclneiorlnitrunicDIiiralbiriQilloret *
rr iiifcurclri ] cktilnow rki .oUcHcnloconltclioritnaer ,
linepenoonmcrlewprcfcircd. C.ll nd coniull uioriend
ll torr of vpur eiio , and w will str.d In pliln < ir > | Ter , o
ROnlf Tel MFPJ FREE : upon rtlvaig , Ri-iti.l o
aUUH IU tnCtll fic"rouinlira imi.otWHlu !
111 , ; ( licet .nJ V.rlcoefl < . , wlthqnc liunll.U' Aatnn
OMAJIA MEDICAL , SB BUROIOAI. INBTITUTH ,
13th and Dodgs Stiouts , OMAHA , NED.
Dn.E. C. WESTSNEHVE ANO HIIA.IN TIIKAT-
WE.NT , a guaranteed aneclllc for Hysturln. Dlzzlt
ness Convulsions , Pits. Nervous Nuuruljrlill
Ilouduclie , Nervous Prostration caused liv thr
tiso of ulcoliol tobacco. WnkuflllnessMental
Doprcsslon. SoftonlriBof tiiu llruiii , ro iiltlniriq
lusnnlty nncl loading tomlsury. cleouy ami ileutli ;
J'lfiiiiituroOld AKO , Iliirrotiuess , I.OIH or I'oweu
Inoltlioreex , Involuntary Losses and Bpermat-
oihct'ii cniincd Iiynwr-oxorllon of tlio bruin , soil *
nlijiho or ovfrJndulponco. Fnch box contains
on month's trcatinent. f 1,00 a box , orHlxlioxou
for"i.UUtieut by mnll prepaid on receipt ofi > rlc0 <
WE QTJARANTBB SIX BOXES.
To euro any case. With ench orduriuct'lvtd bw
us forHlx box04. aqcompanloil with"i.JO ( , wo will
swiil the purchaser our written Kiiarautoo to ro
tund the money It the treatment docs not effect
a cure. Guarantees Issued only by Goodman
DrillCoDriiKKlitH , Solo Agents , 111 ! ) Furcain
treut , Uinulm Nebraska
Tlio tl jO flloniJnnl I'mw
in flU'ii for tlio cutt , n
. . .wilo allrncnU aru un *
mnijuiitod for limit ? , tla.
H\ll rocllon ( ! imr nlicd.
Order Ili'inrdy No. 1 for
Hrmluil n knr. < or vital
iu. X tar U > | U I.I > IM | or i.l y lcnl debility In married
intn.iirtliomiiitiilfntoiilli.il huiipjr life , 1'rlto , 1100.
No 3 forUonorrliiita or Hint In clthir s r. A coinlilnut
trtAtnunt for InUrnal and lucnl nio , Cureti in 1 to &
dais. Noi rinve orlnjecllon. Wlllnotcauvontrlcture ,
pAlnDrhiimrtliiK llairuiwl Jiumlrotliiof ratten , 1'ilct 11.00.
Ko. 4 , Hifltllf * Hptrtne for nun or woiiuu. rrMvciita
fonorrliotu , etc. No ruthcr nor Injortlun. I'tKkaK *
lu l ; uila > . KanllyutMl. 1'rlcull IX ) . willcmlaKaled
trial tainpluof lunidly No. 1 or a on receipt ol ict > , U )
ly Miit ( it < iilcil ) ! > / mall on mvl | > l of the | > il i , tl W ,
Inlrrr.llntf llt.ok ii * Itliprftix.mnllleilorltlnulu.HOlitKr * * ,
STANDARD REMEDY CO , ChlCOBO , III.
The lan ; it , lutliui unit Iliiuu In the world ,
I'litsuniiuruccomiuoilutluiii unexcelled , I
ATrtv Vui'U1 to I,1lrMiol | vlfl ( " ' * ' ' * ! ' " " *
Tha L'cloliratcd I'JIio l-'lhesl HK ani-l flnf
UUvul'JtiiiiicUlilo In tue AYurld.lUUli
Now York to GlaTgov ? via Lsndondsrr/
Cli citBslu .Hi pt. Kflli I A lichen In , . , , , Oct. 12tl
litlilopla . . . Oct. Dili I I'lirnusalii , . . , Ott. JUtU
Now Yerk to Azores , Gibraltar and Italy , '
Victoria , Oct. loth , 3 p.m.
Hiiloun , Hti-unU.CIu.M uixl hlcirwicu jtttf neil InweA
trrini. iii'lll lini'lli.kiUltilllii l , liiiuli > u > allaLlut
turn by 1 1th. r Ilia rituir | iio I'ljdu and tiuHh ol li
lanit , ur llUrr ikl-ny and buuth of Iicltkd , o
( .11)1 altar.
iUvurvltiiiH in I'orli or Ciintlnrntul Touri ru loir.
p c lerin * . Tfn > leiV OlrouUr iAtlera u ( L'jidlt end
Lirafli fur uny nmuunt at luivuUuiient rotej. Aiinljr to
unr of otn'IrKfil nutnt rrlu
HENDERSON OROTHb'RS , Chicago , III.
H , H. JUi.r , .
11. V. jiuoiiis | : ,
< J. 11. N. Mini. ,
JtfU CJiiiKM Diamond llrund.i
TlnoNlr rrll.l'lc vlll lur.ilf. NufKill
lur , , l.xllf. , u.k llruKKlH ' " ' I" l'l l
inunJ llruliil , I" r < l lurullloUilM , K > lt4