Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 22, 1890, Page 8, Image 8
THE OMAHA DAILY SATURDAY , MARCH 22. 1890 THECITY. _ Miss Eva Shontz , n Ifilcntcrt younfr elocutionist , pave an intorostinR ontor- tnlnmontat the Central UnitedProsby - torlrtn church lost night , which wtiq highly appreciated by the uudlonco present. I'erKonnl I'arnarnptt * . 0. A. Hlco of Kearney In nt tlio Pnxton. Jnmca 1) , Lovoof Konrnoy nt the Mur ray. ray.A. . O. Pound of Dlalr Is stopping nt the Casoy. E. M. Palmer of Holdrego Is n guet at the Cnsey. LD. . Powlor of Sutton Is a guest at the Pnxton. O. W. Updlko of Howard Is a guest nt the Mlllnrd. Kobert B. 1C. Mlltor of South 13ond Is nt thr Cnsey. A.V. . Baldwin of Fremont is stopping at the Casey. B.V. . Hnys of IJcatrlco Is registered nt the Mlllard. C. A. McCargar of Lincoln Is stopping nt the Pnxton. K. II. Morris of Froaiont Is resist ercd nt the Pnxton , F. C. Phillips of Grand Island Is registered at the Murray. OeorRo-K , McDonald of Fremont is regis tered nt the Mlllard. Mrs. W. H. Thorpe of David City is n guest nt the Murray. Henry T. Oxnard of Grand Island was nt the Paxton yesterday. Mrs. E. Davidson and son of Kearney nro among the guests at the Pnxton. M. N. UraUo nnil It. II. Peterson of Louis- vlllo nro stopping nt the Murray. M. D. Welch and W. H. Dorjran of Lin coln nro among the guests nt the Murray. H. C. MoMnkcn of Plattsmouth , president of the Nebraska Soldiers' association , Is in the city. Mr. II , M. Pattsrson has returned from a plcatant trip to Chicago , whcro ho has been for the last week , Mr. Herbert S. Houston , formerly city ed itor of the Mitchell , S. D. , Kepubllcan , passed through the city yesterday on his way to assutno the city editorship of the Hulclilr.soti , Kan. , News. Ho looked through TUG HIM : building , which ho said surpassed any newspaper establishment In the country , of which ho had seen the princi pal ones. ' _ I have used your Salvation Oil for cracked heels , mango , and sand cracks with horses , nnd It gives perfect satisfaction. Chas. VV. Lee , 41 1V. . JJaltlmoro street , Hiilto. , Md. The cost of Ur. Hull's Cough dyrup Is only 25 cents. A bottle will convlnuo all of Its o'xccllcncc. Foil Fllteoii Tom Doolo , an employe of the Thompson- Iloustnn.clcctriu light company , fell n als- tnnco of llftcon feat yesterday afternoon , nt the company's now building , at the foot of Jones s trout , crushing hh left unco cap nnd sustaining other painful though not serious bruises. Ho hoards nt tbo Doran house , but was removed to St. Joseph's hospital. To Nnrvous Men. If you will send us your address wo wil send you Dr. Dyo's ' celebrated voltaic bolt nnd appliances on trial. They will quickly rcstoro you to vigor , manhood and health. VOLTAIC ) UCLT Co. , Marshal , Mich. Increasing tlio Assistant's Snlnry. United States District , Attorney linker eays that the salary of his assistant , who ever ho may tie , is to bo increased from $ SOO to $1,000 per annum. Mr. Hnkor Is hopeful of procuring oven a larger salary than this for tlio assistant , as the above increase was secured voluntarily by the .Nebraska delega tion. A. llnrtl Winter for Throat , ami The past winter 1ms boon an unusually severe ono for throat and lung diseases. Couuhs and colds seem ty hanp on with Croat persistency and fail to yield to the usual ronfodies. This is more noticeable the further cast you po. Many remedies that had enjoyed the popular favor for years past wore pro nounced of no account , and to have no moro effect than that much water. Others previously little known in the locality jumped into popular favor and received unstinted praise. An instance of this kind occurred at Allegheny City , Pa. Messrs. F. II. Eggors & Son , a popular drug llrm who have three stores there , say a lady after having bought her flilh bottle of a certain medicine eaid : "This ono will bo the last. I have cured up my own family and did them so much peed that thoy-now want mo to cure our neighbors. " The medi cine referred to was Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. Messrs. Eggors & Son bought their llrst supply -last Novem ber. They say at fltst the sales wore Glow , but now their sales of this remedy exceed that of any other two medi cines they handle , and that the greater part of their sales are from merit alone or through the recommendations of others. Ono retail druggist in Fitts- Lurg , Pa. , has ordered llvo gross of this remedy for his individual retail trade during tlio past four months. This remedy is well known hero and sold by nearly every druggist in the city. Announcements. Hnllon & Hart , the popular comedy artists , will begin their engagement in Donnelly's farce comedy , "Later On , " at Uoyd's opera honso on next Monday evening. The pleco lias been greatly Improved this season , and now contains many now features. Evans < fc Hooy , the renowned comedians , who have tnado a world wide reputation in the characters of McCorker and Old Hess in "Tho Parlor Match , " will bo at the 13oyd on Thursday , Friday nnd Saturday of next week. _ The nppearnnco of the California opera company at the Grand opera house Sutulav evening nnd all of , next week is exciting con- Biilurnblu Interest , Inasmuch as iirst class Bconlo productions will bo given nt popular wleos , viz. , S3 , 1)5 ) ami M cents. This is nn experiment by the management of the Grand , and they pay a certainty to the com pany , which is really n meritorious ono In every way , and includes some of the best known canun opera artists in tun country. The roportolra will consist , as previously an nounced , of "Said Pashu , " "Pinafore , " and 'Fra IJIavolo. " The engagement of the Emma .Tuch Grand English oporn company nt tbo Lloyd on Monday , March 31 , will bo ono of the chief musical events of the present year. The opera of "Faust" will bo the bill , ana it will bo ktagod and suiiu In a manner that has never been equaled In this city. The com pany comprise * 125 artists. For strengthening nnd clearing the voice , uno "llrown'K Uronutilil Troatios. " "I liuvo commended thorn to friends who were Itubllo speaker * * and tiiuv hnvo proved ex tremely serviceable. " Henry Ward Uoochor Police Court Notes. John HendrlcVs , the "big stockman from Dcndwood , " was Dually balled out of ] all < yesterday afternoon In the sum of $100 , his bondsman being C. 0. Corbott , John Jones was clvon twenty days for stealing n gold ring from a city Jail cellmate named Bnnsnii. J.V. . Hall , an ox convict , and John Cum ins * were Jailed by Olllccr Dillon yesterday afternoon , having In their possession two pair of trousers nnd n coat , stolen from Julius Meyer's rooms , Eleventh and Farnam. Leon Kounld , Charles Dohn and W. K. Jacobs , charged with assaulting E. IL. Dow , was a cutn of minor Importance , but which occupied loveral hours before Judga HoUloy .vcvtorduy afternoon. It wat a potty eijuab- bloainoni' constables. It 11 was n ally con tinued to 11 o'clock toJay. A number of Omaha ministers will define the creeds of their respective churches in Tim Sixiur line. This Is a brilliant feature entertaining aad instructive. Don't fall to rand It. A STAHTtulNO STANO. Tlio Onion Pnolflo Create * Conster nation Among WnrrtnR Ilo.itlfl. A dispatch from Chicago says that the Union Paciilo hn cast an additional fire brand Into the whlto-hoat of western rate troubles. It seems that this company con * eluded not to ho drawn Into the wnr on any basis , nnd therefore gave Its eastern connec tions notice that under no circumstances would It accept - n loss percentage of the division on through business than before the reduction of the Chicago-Missouri river rates from 73 to 00 cents first-class. This caused n pro found sensation. The Iowa lines naturally objected to paving any moro than formerly , consequently serious trouble Is threatened. The managers over there hold n meeting yesterday nnd discussed the situation. Every Chicago road nnd somoof the trans- Missouri lines wcro represented , 'ihoy had a hot time. The Union Pacific clearly In formed thorn that it did not propose to lese money through n light in which it took no part , nor did It want nny reduction of rates west of the Missouri river. " \Vh \ # nhoulil wo be forest ! to accept a loss per cent , " said nn ofllclal of the road yes terday , "simply bocnuso somebody else sees lit to reduce rates as c moans of re- vcngo for souia controversy that cannot bo adjusted. It is nonsonso. I boiiovo it U n good thing for the Union Paelllo to bo aggressive. " "LJut your contemporaries nnd occasion in the present dlfUiiiilty to. make caultal out. of the fact that the Northwestern has voted against the Union Pacillc's ' position. They claim to sea In this signs of disruption in the Union Piicillo-Northwestern trafllo agree ments , " was suggested. "J hat's all right. Lot them sea. If they ran find nny consolation In the Xorthwnst- orn's action , I am perfectly willing they filiull have It. However , dnn't gel alarmed over anything until it occurs. In the meantime - time Just keep nn eye on the Union Pacific nnd sue whether or not it Bti tains the posi tion it has taken in this matter. " IIiiiilin < r In NubriB'ca. Unless the present state of affairs change at least ono road , and that Is the Uurllugton , proposes to defer all expenditure of monov in building in Nebraska this year , except on the Omaha union depot. President PcrKlns has written to General Manager Holdrogo informing him that while rates are so dis turbed and demoralized they .cannot think of incurring additional expense. Thcso things , however , will have no effect on other corporations nnd the year promises to bo nn nctivo ono. Between the Union Pa cific , Missouri Pacific and Uock Island con siderable now work Is to bo performed. A local company organlyed ntKearncy in which the Union Pacific is interested will build the Wood River branch. The Hock Island has decided to construct the cut oil from hero to cither Beatrice or Fulrbury which will con nect the main and Denver lines and it is confidentially understood that Mr. Gould's company intends to taxo up the Omaha-Yankton scheme. General Manager Clark is expected In Omaha some time next wcok , the object of his visit presumably being to discuss that proposition. Trylne to End tlio War. A strong effort is being inudo to terminate the passenger rate war. General agents of all the western lines have received notice Iff attend n meeting In Chicago cage next week. Some of the lines have boon discovered manipulating rates to such nn extent by the payment of commissions tnat the revenue has been reduced to less than the coat of printing tickets. For in stance , the Hock Island is accused of selling farns from Denver to Chicago at $11) llrst class and ? 14 second class , with a 51 commis sion to brokers. Of course , it denies this charge , but Union Pacific men say they hnvo bought n ticket nt $113 ana can prove what they say. A Now Traveling Aannt. ' Mr. J. Murdock , traveling1 freight agent for the Union Pacific , has resigned , nnd a circular was issued yesterday appointing C. J. tiano as bis successor. Mr. Lane has been live stock agent. Henceforth ho will attend to the duties of both positions. Tbd appointment takes effect ut once. Wanted A good appetite. You can have it easy enough by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It tones the digestion nnd cures sick headache. "Carp , " THE Bee's ' inimitable Washington correspondent , contributes to TUB SUNDAY 13nc nn interview with Undo Jeremiah Husk. It comprise ? choice little stories , fresh and breezy gossip , and is full of meat. XI113 PIUOES FOrt ICE. An Abundant Crop and Iiow Piiccs In CniiBcqnonce. J. II. Hungato of tbo ICimball Ice com pany was yesterday astfotl If the price of ice for the coming season had been de cided upon. "Yes " he said "and it , , is lower than it was last year. " "What i the scale ! " ho was-asked. "Itis about as follows : For families and others usm from fifteen to twenty pounds per day It will bo 50 cents ; from fifty to 100 pounds , 40 cents ; from 100 pounds upwards it will bo 80 cents ; from 700 to 2,000 pounds , 25 cents , and from thence upwards , 1 % cents. Saloons wlil bo charged 25 cents straight. " "How has the crop been this year , Mr. Hungato ? " "Excellent. Ice is abundant and of very good quality , generally. All the ice for our company was harvested from the reservoirs of the Amoric.iu waterworks nt Florence nnd U ns line us I have over seen , it Is clear as crystal nnd of grout thickness. " California Cat-It-Curc. The only guaranteed euro for catarrh , cold in the liend , hay fever , rose cold , catarrhal deafness nnd sere eyes. , Kc.storo the sonsq of taste snd unpleasant breath , resulting from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and a cufu is warranted oy nil druggists. Send for circular to AUIETINE MEDICAL COMPANY , Orovillo , Cal. SK months' treatment for Si ; sent by mail , SI.10. Sold by Goodman Drujr Co. Tlio Foilor.il Court. Mr. G. W. E. QrlRltli of Kansas has brought suit in the United States district court against Thomas H. Cotter , Jtimos Cot ter and Elizabeth Cotter of Omaha , praying for the foreclosure of nil equity of redemp tion or other Interest In the following pieces of Omaha realty , which were given ns secur ity for four notes aggregating ? 5,500 : Tax lot 20 In section 10 , township is , commencing at a poiut on thu east line of Eighteenth street north of the Houtli line of section 10 , being OOxllU fuel ; -also the cast half of the west half of lot 1 , in block 'J- , being 33.XCO feet. IMIIes * l\orvo nnct Ijlvnr Pills. An Important discovery. They act on the liver , stomach and bowels through the nerves. A now principle. They speedily cure bllllousnoss , bad taste , torpid liver , piles and constipation. Spiondid for men , women nnd children. Smallest , mildest , surest. 80 closes for M cents. Samples frao at Kulm & Co.'s , 15th and Douglas. Heilnolnir Pour Supplies. Superintendent of Poor Mahoney was dis tributing the usual grist yesterday , but announced that this would bo the last wool ; . There are a dozen or moro families which receive support the year round , but the long procession which visits his headquarters duriug the sovcro weather U cut oil in ttio summer. _ Mnrrlnua I iconsoi. Marriage licotiies wore Issued to the fol lowing parties by Judge Shields yesterday : Numo and residence. Ace. 1 Luclen E. Taylor , Omaha 81 1 Miniilo M. Clarke , Cleveland , 0 24 I Mnllory II. Harzard , Omaha ao I Nettie Eriinir , Oskaloosu , la 13 I August Erlcksou , Omaha 23 I Mary Swansea , Omaha. , , .23 Grain Inspaatlnn , A petition signed by tbo owners of 2:00 elevators In Nebraska has Jujt boon wired to Senator Itaudall , Annapolis , Md , It sgts forth that ttaltlmora gram Inspection has bcnn satisfactory to farmers and tUnllrs of the west , nnd the petitioners think nny cbango will bo detrimental to western in terests. An Absolute Cure. TboOKIOINAL AUIEHNE OtNTMEtfr Is only put up In larao two-ouaco tin .boxut , and U no nbioluto euro for nil sores , lurn , wounds , chapped hands and nil ekla erup tions. Will positively cure all Kinds of piles. Ask for the ORIGINAL AUIETINE OINT MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug company at 25 cants per box by mail 3J cents. AIUIIST > ; I > i-'oitAN An Auctioneer to Aniwor Tor Holllnc .Snide Jewelry. Daniel S. M. Fretwo ) ! , the proprietor of nn auction house on Thirteenth street , between Hurnoy nnd Howard , has been arrested by Deputy Sheriff Isaac A. Hill for nn offcnso committed llvo ycnrs nco. At thnt time Fretwell was running n jewelry auction shon nt Freeport , III. , nnd It Is nl- legcd that ho sold n brnss Watch to n lady In thnt place with the guarantee that it was oolld gold. Ttio laJy discovered tlio fraud and caused his arrest. Ho was released an $ . " > 00 oonds to nnpcur for trial , but at the time net for his arraignment ho could not bo found and his bondsmen had to lorfeit thu money they put up for his appearance. Without consulting his bandsmen first it Is reported that ho quietly bought n ticket to Omaha nnd his umidsmcn h'nvo failed until within the last few days t o locate him. Ho will bo taken back to Freeport , \Vhero he will bo arraigned on the charge of qbtulnlng money under falsa pretense" . DlHtrlct Ctinrr. Nothing was done In Judge ClarKson's court yesterday morning. Tbo prosecuting attorney wan ready with the Quintan case for assaulting Louis Klopuian with intent to , kill , but the attorneys fur the defense wanted time and it was given them. Ida M. Hough complains of nn in felicitous marital experience * . She was married to Willis P. Hough only seven months ago , mid in three months after that time Willis was cuilt.v of sundry indis cretions in which some of his lady friends were concerned , and Ida wants her innulon name of vVllliams restored to her. Yesterday nftcsnoon , nftcr hearing part of the testimony in the ease of Thomas O'NoIl against the American Waterworks company for damages on account of injuries received while working in n trench , Judge Hopowcll ordered the jury to return n verdict for the defendant on account of contributory negli gence on the part of the plaintiff. County Co.u-r. ' Augustus T. Thatcher of Chicago , by bla agent , Henry A. Cox , obtained a judgment of $4n ) against the Pruyn Carriage nnd Coal company for coat sold and delivered. A. C. Houston has sued A. N. Meals and R. T. Wruy for SG'M on a note. The early approach ot the baseball season is the occasion of a splendid sporting de partment in Tiiu SUNDAY BKE. No ono in terested in the affairs of the Western asso ciation will fall to read it with great interest. SOUTH 031 U1A NEWS. Pol It c.tl Here are two tickets outlined by a poli tician who ought to know what is going on : Roeular Republican For mayor , Dan Condon ; clerk. William Enright treasurer , Thomas Geary ; police judge , P. J. King. Straight Democratic For mayor , W. G. Sloan ; clerk , John Ryan ; treasurer , Thomas Hector ; police judge , P. J. King. There are indefinite and unreliable hints of a third ticket to be-launchod on the local political sea , but the man who are supposed to bo responsible for it deny any knowledge of the movement. in tJiiiiuu ivmu'n Oiinrt. John Connors and Charles Moir.ll , vag rants , nnd William Gcrky , a plain 'drunk , were dismissed. John Donaldson , drunic , was assessed $3 and costs , and Pat Cqstollo , on the same charge , was sent to the county jail for ten days. The bull dog whoso tooth 'entered the leg of the Williams , the Fourth ward carrier boy for TUB UEE , Wednesday night , was in the police court Thursday afternoon. Ownership of tlio cnnin J could not bo estab lished so ho was sentenced to bo shot. Mauror Fallen executed the animal laat night. . Are You uufristorod ? The boards of registration will sit nt the following places ted vy : First Ward Jerry Dee's store room , on Twenty-fifth street , between M anil N streets. Second Ward J. Levy's ofllco , Twenty- sixth street , near N. Third Ward J. Kilkar'a , on West O street. Fourth Ward At Exchange building. Thursday's BEE was in error when It stated that yesterday nnd today were the only days on which voters could register for the coming election. A closer roadluir of the law shows that the boards must set again on the Saturday preceding election. City Notes niul Personals. Superintendent WhittloHoy of the Hammond mend house has returned from Hammond , Ind. Ind.Dr. Dr. Orlando Pearson Is the guest of Rev. R. L. Wheeler. Fred Cooper of Oakland , Iu. , made n short visit to South Omaha friends while enrouto to Colorado. Mrs. Herbert Williams of Valley is visit ing her cousin Miss Zoo Williams. William MoNonnoy and William Newton have gone to tnoir old homes in. Rhode Island. William A. Paxton had W. J. Coserove of Lincoln nnd J. A. Dougherty ami Henry Memory , prominent business men of Chicago , In the city visiting the stock yards and pack ing houses thu otnor day. Jeremiah Hughes of dorks , Noo. , was In the cltv yesterday looking after his property interests. David Morris , n well Known miller of Ouonduga Hill , N. Y. , Is the guest of Irionds in South Omaha. Wesley Slasor has gene to Creighton. Nob. , called thcro by the alcknoss of ono of his children. Herman Roffol , whoso death was an nounced Thursday , was sent to St. Paul yesterday afternoon for interment. Deputy Sheriff Al MoUracken returned from DoWitt , In. , Thursday nnd left im mediately for Denver on onicial business. J. D. Robinson of the Hammond packing house slipped unO suffered a severe sprain of the ankle. Col. E. P. Savaco loft for Now York city Thursday. The maple social given by the ladles of the Presbyterian church Thursday night in the Uraimola building was a successful alTalr. Madame Crovan , the proprietor of the "Cigar Store , " has been arrested for keep ing a disreputable house. ' 1'ho men who wore arrested for throwing eggs at thu joint were discharged by Jud o King. Mrs. Wlnslovv's Soothing Syrup reduces - ducos inUammution while children tire toothing. 2o cents a bottlo. Witaesses. 100,000witness testify to lie > | rtur ot nr.TuU'n Tills.Vlieic fr < 'JvlllsnnillVirr , Illll < > tisl > Ufn.HcaorI.l\ AOi-ctloiw iiroviill , th y liino | ir tpii a great lili'iislng , Itrnilvrn , u Hliiglo trial will cunt Jnco 3 on that t hl H no catcli-iu'iuiyiiu'illclne. T\n > ntj jcurntot Ims GjtaUUiliuit their iiivrlti nil trtor the M orlil. Gains Fifteen -Pounds. 'I luivo been l' - ushic Tut niU for Dj- In , iiml Unit thi'iii tlio le.it rciuutly I < < \vr trlcil. Up to tluit tliuo < i\vrytlilii | ; L oto ilU > cpil with me. IcuiinowOlRfstuny lilnil of f oil | notcr liavu u lioiulnchp , unu liuto Kiilntd llltcen iiniinils ofnolM Il - li' ' . " W , V. SUllt'LTZK , Culuiulilu , 8. 0. Tutt's jCiver.PiU GIVE STRENGTH AND HARD MUSCLE. V\rANTRI-Iressmftkirto ) ? rcnt n Milto of * > furnished roomsabovuono of the prlncl- pal ilry teed mores in n bountiful town of about l-OiO Inlmbltauta. IM miloa woat ot Omaha , at th nomlual runt of fid per month. lnclulln ( ll lit nnd hout. Nn nua uveil apply unleii th y can itlre uiuloubtoil rafijreuro ai to their ability and character ; rlijlit piulv fan easily uelllOO ptr mouth. AUdiesj , A40 , till oOlce , CONSMMPTION , IN its first staRM , can bo successfully checked bytUio prompt use of Ayer'o Cherry Pectoral. Even In the Inter periods ot that disease , the cough la wonderfully rtli vcd by this medicine. " I have lUMftLAvcr'A Cherry Pectoral with the hratl'Cftrct In my practice. Tlil.s wonderful preparation once saved my life. I l.nil a constant cough , night sweats , was greatly icduccd In llrsh , nnd given up By my physician. Ono bottle and a half of the Pectoral cured inc. " A. J. Ei'dson , M. D. , Mlddiuton , Tennessee. " Several yours ngo I wns severely 111. The doctors said I wns In consumption , and thnt they could do nothing for me , but advised mo , us a last re.soit , to try Aycr's'Cliorry Pectoral. After taking this medicine two or thrco months I was cured , and my health remains good to the present day. " James Ulrelmrd , Dnrion , Conn. " Severn ! years ago , on a passage homo from California , by water , 1 contracted BO sovcio a cold that for BOIIIO days I was confined to my state-room , and a physician on Ixmrd consldeicd my lifo In danger. Happening to have a bottle of Ayei's Cherry Pectoral , I used It freely , and my lungs wcro soon ic.stored to a licnllhy condition. Sineo tjion 1 have Invariably recommended lids prep aration. " J. U. Chandler , Junction , Va. /er's / ' Gheny rectora ! j Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. , Lowell , Marr.j Bold by nil Drugclrtii. rrlco8l ; lxbottlcB,3S. DRS. BETTS & BETTS T , O.MAIIA , Han. ' ( Opposite 1'axtou HoteU Offio * boun , V a. ra. , to 8 p. m. Sundays. 10 n. . , * c p.m. Spcclalliti ta Cnroalc , Nervous. Skin and mood Dl- cmea. PT"ConiuItntlon ot ofllco or by in nil froo. Meat' clnes eent 67 mail or1 express , securely packed , free from ubntrvatlun. Otmrantren to euro quickly , safe ly unit permanently ) UDDWITTQ TVDT1TT TW Spermatorrhoea , oeml JNijltYUUk ) JJiiDlLuI HiUUmos.NlgtHEmla flcnn. I'bralcal decay , arKliu from InilUcn-Uon , ox- re s or Icaulftrnca. proilucInK Kleoplosno'3. despon dency , pimples un the face , aversion to society , easily dUcouraqeil , Inok ol confidence , dull unlit for ptuily orbustnetB , nnrt tlnilft life a tmr < J n. feafoly , perman ently arid privately cured. Consult Ors. Uetti & llsui , HIM Farnum Stroqt , Omaha , Nob. Rlnnrt onrt QVln sypwiia. o ? ; ! liluUU QllU Ulllll l imS ! ) ) mostterrlblolnlta results , completely ) oradlcntoJ wltbont tbe aid of mercury. Scrofula : erysipelas , fever sores , blotches , BlccM. pains In tba he no ami bonus , syphilitic sere throat , mouth and tongue , catarrh , oto. , permanently cured whcroothr.ralaiM ) fallow. rimnimr &ni1 ! Uladder Complaints , . , Urin2lT "Prtlntul. 'Dim-cult. tSo fro. quent burning or blrtody urlno. urlno high colored ot wltb milky nodtmont on slanJInv , weak book , gonorr bom , glet.1. cystitis , etc. 1'romptly and safely cured cbamcs reasonable. ST3ffiZCTUHS I moval complete without cutting , caustic circulation. Cures effected at borne by patient without a moments pain or annoyance. To Tonng Men and Mlle-Aseil Men , AQTTDT ? nnDD I"118 iwful effects of early UUltD UUltD Vice , which brines orpaula weakness , destroying both rniml nnd body , with all tsdrcaded Ills , permanently cured. MRprnmn Address those wUa have 1m- DDilU pal rod themselves by Improper Indulgences and and solitary habits , which rum both bony and mind , unfitting tbgin for business , study or marrln o. MAimiru Mix. or. tlioo entering on tbct happy Ufa , iwaro of physlclal debility. qulcKly assisted. OUR SUCCESS , Is based upon fact * , first practical experience , sec- ond-every case Is especially studied , thus startlni : aright , third medlrlnes nro prepared In our own la. batory exactly to suit cacti case , thus atTcctlnif cures without Injury. CJ/"Sena n cents pos > .apa for cclrbratod woris on chronic , nervous and delicate disease * . Thousnmia cured. IW\ friendly letter or call may save you fu ture suffering andshamc. and add golden yeara tollfc r-No loiters annwrrcd unc ! s accompanied by 4 tents In sla-nus. Address orcnll on im $ . ( SETTS & IIETT § , 1113 F rnn treet. Omaha. Neb. of ptlro Cod Llvor Oil with Hypo- plioaiililtoo of Llmo and Soda 13 almoot no pnlotnblo no milk. Chlldron enjoy It rathorthan othorwloo. A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It la Inclood , and the llttlo lade and laaalea who tnko cold oosllyi may foe fortified against a cough that nilfilit prove oorlotio , liy toklnn Gcott'o Eniulnlon after their moala during the wlntdr ooaaon. Jli'H-tti-av/ftinslllitlluiitanil Initiations. UueenGiiyTopifgCo NANUPAOTUlliTA * Ot * BUOCiY TOPS Ol' AIL KINDS. CUSHIONS , BACKS. RlltS , Sf ATS AND TRIMMINGS. 4IT FL'tn SI , Cincinnati , O WE ARE READY ' , , . For tlio now season with n now stock , Our spring gootls nro open nnd on our conn ( era niul every proa- "cnt mitl prospective purchaser o a spring suit should turn hi1 } footsteps in our direction. Wp will show yon something worth coining for Wo nro constantly increasing our business , nnd the stock o goods wo nre showing this season is on n much Inrgor acnlo than .formerly. It ha ? no equal in this part of the coun try , mid always progressive we nro nlao with o'vnry season trying to improve upan the quality nnd nmko of our goods.Ve handle nnd sell only such goods which will give satisfaction , nnd nothing comes on our tnbles that is not perfect in nmko , fit nnd workmanship. Advcrtisoing tnlk does not count for much nowadays. We do not use its much space in the papers and mn } ' not put things so forcibly as others do Its we avoid all seinntioual methods o advertising , BUT OUll GOODS AND PlllCES TALK MOST CONVINCING We rely upon our customer ! for this con stant and steady jncrcnso of o'tr business a1 ? , wo hell them such goods which not only bring. ? thorn back o very season , but causes them to rccomend us to Hum * friends. This is the most forcible way of adver tising and is sure to bring the biggest returns. Wo do not blow a big bargain horn , became with us bar- gnins arc a daily occurcnco , and no exception. All our goods nre bargains compared with the priced of other ho'usos. Our Mnil Order Dapnrtment is now iii working order. Write for samples of our spring suits nnd wo will send you n good line to select i'rom and will also siind blanks for sslf-monsuring. Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets. Having about completed the IMPROVEMENTS in our store , we are now prepared to serve our cus tomers in the best manner. Qne of .the , Special Attractions this week will be Men's Trousers which we offer from $1.75 to $5. Men's Spring Over coats from $6 to $30. All heavy overcoats will be sold at a liberal reduction & * " 1L AKD MSWfl The largest , fasten mid fluent In lliu world Passenger accommodations unexcelled. Now York Glasgow via. Lcndonderiy. Clreassin , March 20th I Ethiopia , April 12th Anchoriu , April 5th ) Furnossia , April 10th S.U.ooy , birnxi : > Ci.AtH nnd STRFIIAOK ratei on lowest li-rm" . K\cnnlun tUkcti rcilurud. Hindu nviill- nblo to ri'turn by either tlio I'lctuies'iuu t'lyduund North ol Ireland , or Illver .Mumtiy and boulh of IrC- hind , or Naples or Ulboialtur. i\Ciril > IIONS TO I'AIIIS CHI roNTINEVTAI. TOI'lts , On loivcst teriut. Traveleis' Circular IHIITS of cri'nli nnd drafts for any nmount nt lovrcut cuircnt rutoi. Ai > | > ly to nny ot Die local agents or to HENDEHSON liUOS. . Chicago. Ilia. II. S. Hnll , H. V. Moorcs , C. H. Maros. U. P. Depot. STATE LINE To Glasgow , liclfust Dublin anil Lhcr- pool. Fnosi NEW vonic r.viniv THUHSDAV. Cabin passugo * J3to I'.O.ucconllng tolocAtlon of stateroom. Btcerago to and from Kuropa nt Lowest ttatcs AUSTIN HAMUVIN * Co. , flcnernl Auonts. C ) llroartway , Now 1'ark. Jno. llloucrtt Oanpral U'estern Agent , ini Han ( Iolph3trct.t. Hurry 1 ! , Moorcs. Tlips. McCimuo _ LLANL1HEOOEAN STEAMERS Paiiaaata and from Great Britain and afl oarts of Europe. MonlrcahLlvcrpool route , by tlio waters of St Uwrenco. horto t ol all. UlaBcow to Hofltoti , tol'lillndelpliln. Liverpool to and from llaltlmore. Thirty btoamora. C'lats ozcelilor. Accommoilatlona imsurpaejed. Weekly sailing ! . AM.AN JL < :0."an. : West. AR'ta. C. J. Sundell. uu > i , 112Latiallo tit. , Cblca.Oi 111 * The Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute For tlio treatment of all ClinONIC ANDSUHOlCAr. DISKASCS. llrnces , Appliances for deformities ana Trusses. licit Kncllltlvs. Apparatus and ItCMiiHilcw for MiccesMul Trentmcnt of every form of illv-nic re quiring .Moillral or aurKlnil rrrntiiiPiit N1N1JTV UOO.MS toll I'ATIKKIg , llonnl mill Atlcnilaiici- > . ( Accomuuiilallons West. Wrlln lur clri'iil.irson Dcfonnlllos and Ilraccs , Trusicn , Club I'eut I'lirtnturpH nf All lllood Dlica e iiicccasfully treated. Syphilitic poison removed fiom tlio Bjslem wltlioiit , mercury. Jvew Itcblorntlvotrenltncnt fin Ixjssvf Vital 1'ower. I'urtlet un.iMo to visit 111 may bo trcntcd nl Imnio by corre pontlcnro. Allcomtniinlciitlona conHdcntlal. Medlrlnoor Inslnnut-nta pent by mull or expronfl PC- curely packcil. no marks to Indicate contents or Kendor. Ono porionnl lulMli'W preferred Cull anil i-iumult us or send history of ) our case , Jd wo will send In plain wrapper our HOOK TO JIKN KItKK : tiiun l'rl\uto , Special or .VurvnnsJlscn c5 , ir.polency. Sypblll . Uli'et and Varlcocele , with rjtiP'tlon ll t. Addiean Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute Corner 9th and llnrnoy Strcots , Omaha. Nub. Corner llj ant ] I'arjimii Sts. Gontinuatiou of our Great Closing Out Sale arc lu'lsi inailu liappy on acoointt or llio 1on- dorl'ul BEaruains AVO arc oH'crin on I vcrj tiling. ALL DJfiMONDS RETAILED AT IMPORTER'S PRICES. i'ATGHUS Ijr.it I OH' or Gnntlomcu'ri licitvy hnnti'i o snil ( Hollil , stoiji n'iiiilcin. wnrr intccl good liniur-i , iroin . ' i n uptvanla. illcs' 11 n D solid cold nnd iriniiino ( tliiinonil oasidVatolics : , iMvolnil iiiovttini'tit-i , only $ :55 : and upxvarJ. All oilier watolic.s in propurf Ion. JISWLHjKY' CliuiiiH.ljoukoif.Il nits nnd all otlinrjoivolry nt all-nit II.IKP former DricoH. COOCH ; | ) nro uoln ; fasr at. our .MAItlilOI ) DOWN KlGUrU08OIjOOIlS ( no liir $5 , Aic tlozoim of Htylos to sclcor from. 1'lnoHt assortment or ijainps ever hli'j\v In Omaha from $5 up to $51) ) . Sou them. Mount i nil hnyond dou-rlpilon Is our line 01 Silver and line iiit tdriiplc-plntud warn. It miiit l o HOOII to tie appreciated , ftiuli , novel nixl orl ln il dnHl iis ; ICpertiiiRs , Water Seta , Tea Self , Fruit , tin lull and Nut ItinvN , linlcu Dishes , Soup Turocno , HiHoult JarCulcn HnHUotM , Mutter Dishes 1'lckUi Stands , Individual distort ) , Naplcln lloldor , Cups , nto. , 1) ' ! ten an iniiiioiihc Hue orninnll warn , In arrlntk ; pntti > rn < i , all of wliioli are nt about 50 OK.H OX THIS IJOIjIjVIt. X SATCIIUIY EVCi\'H.\ UNTIL 1) . .STOKR FOK fltfl.Vr ASfW B'SX'l'Ufi.KS S'OJE SA X. B. Grunt ICciliictlon 111 i'vivo * ol' Plni ami C 2232SK ETCHINGS. BNGKXVJNOS JBT&DAVI3 ARTIST SUPl lariCIMUALL , MOULDINGS , UJTPIANOSfc ORGANS FRAMES , OKTMUSIO. 1513 Douglas Street , Omaha , Nebraska i Tlio Well Known SpouialM , Is nusurpaesoJ In the treatment of a forms ot I'm VATU Ii ) h.\h H nudt-trUturv.aciironuamtilt'ud. Im iialcacy , l.ojj of .Mnnhuci.l. uiid Aiiiblllon. Mtorrlllty or MarrcnOEs absolutely ( .tired. htnJ for Hooks , "Ili'j Lite tecri't , " for .Man or Worn > , eucli IJ cent ) ( stamps ) . Nervous Kcmnlo Dltvniei. cured quickly nnd permanently- Treatment by torrenpoiideiicu. stamps for reply. Con'ultiUlunfrfle. Olllcur1.15. Cor l th aud Jackson Streets , Ouiaba .Nub. . OWEN'S ELECTRIC BELT . PATENTED AUQ. IG , 1887. MPROVED JULY 30.1880. jjji. OWEN'B ELECTRO- v < OALVAKIO BOD V BEIT bUSPEHDORY lll Rbeumatlo Coui. . iumbigo,0 nir l oui n.bii y , 1 Kidney N rvcusn n TreralUoji Enual Er Ituillon. " Waiting of JJody. Dls' . .Cy.1 , ei ctuitd by Indlicretioni la Youth. Are 'tax * MirrUd or Single Ilfs. fH-bi.\r\d IIMTOIHIBLK luniiuu ) la IS. avS ELECTRIC INSOLES Alioun El otrla Truss nnd Delt Combined. BlGdfc . ; niU | ! r r illlluil'JUol , tIi | l , Mcti mt > cfit jroulai > ulQieU4 torelote > itDll ufLui t < r A4 > lri OWEN EI.EOTRIO BELT ft APPLIANCE CO. BOOMo.thllroftdway.BT IXIUIB , MO. 630 Orotdwax , HUW YOltK OlXY , Oio only finfi ) nnil pilnlnaa uiothoil of extract * IllR tcctli. and Uin only niethoil of IllvurtltlK teiith without j'lato ' , reiimlnliii ; cleun nn < l tlunv- int. iiAt'cai.tn'otrr , 1600 DOUOIjAS bfllKHT OMAHA. You can dcubto your rnonoyin six man ( Its by buying ono of tlwsQ choice lots in West Portland Park. SHOREY , HALL & CO , AbolnpUm Bulldlntj , PortlnnU , Ur.