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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; ' FKIDAY , NOYEMBEE 21 , 1890.
Cuptnln Donnlgnn arrived yestorclny
/nornltitf with n enr loml of llsh which
ho will distribute in Nobrnalm rivers.
Augustus Lochnor hn.3 withdrawn
from tlio rnco for the republican nomi
nation for councilman In the Fifth ward.
Jens Joneon will ba prosecuted on the
charpo of making repairs on a building
nt Plorco nnd Twenty-fifth atrcets , with
out first taking out n permit.
Frank Buckley and a party of frlondu
started out yesterday morning loaded
down with guns , sheila , boots und blank-
otn for Missouri on n hunting trip ,
Little Gertie Yoho wns painfully bit
ten by a vicious dog while on nor way to
Bchool at the corner of Plorco and
Twenty-fifth streotaycsterdiiy afternoon.
A. Splogol , a tctunstor who lives at
2030 Capitol avenue , wns Injured ycater-
day on North Eighteenth Htrcot by fall
ing from liin wagon upon the curb atone.
Ho bustaliicd a severe bruise of the hip.
Work 1ms been commenced on the
Walnut hill motor line extension , a
largo force of men being engaged in ex
tending the line west on Hamilton
etrcet. The line is to bo completed ns
far as the viaduct over the Belt railway
by December 1.
"JiiHtns Good , "
Bay some ilealcw who try to sell a substitute
preparation when n customer calls for Hood's '
IBnrsnpnrilln. Do not allow nny such fulso
statements as this induce you to buv wlmt
you do not wnnt. Ilcmcmbor that thconly
reason for making It Is that n few cents moio
profit will bo miido on the substitute. Insist
upon ImvinK the Lest medicine Hood'a Bar-
aaparllln. It is peculiar to Itself.
IUUGAINS IN DIRT.
Ilicy Are ninplnycd by tlio Members
of the Ilcul Kstato KvcliixtiBO.
; ! There was a bltf attendance ne-ilnyesterday
> V morning at the meeting of the real estate ex
A letter was read f lom the secretary of the
board of tr.ulo asking the exchange to co-op-
eratoin the matter of soliciting help for the
needy la the western part of the stato. J. B
Evans , P. D. Mutr and W. A. Gardner wcro
nprolntcd n committee to work \\lth the
soliciting committees appointed by the board
A communication wns received from a citi
zen calling attention to the advantages offered
by Omaha for the location of n big malt man
ufactory. The suggestion was favorably re
ceived auO will be given further attention by
The following property was listed for sale :
Summit place , parts of two lots , I'M foot
on Uoclgo , OO'tf on Thirty-second avenue ,
City , lots 7 and 8 , block W3 , COxJlU , Ninth
and Hnrnoy , Ui-room , 4-room and 8-room
house , $ 18.000.
Lovett & Woodman's addition , lot 2 , 87'- ' ?
on Vinton , $7,000.
Breimun place , lot 12 , block 1 , W.OOO.
Vinton place , lots 1 and ' - > , $7,500.
Wilcox1 lirst addition , lots 5 , 0 , 7 and 8 ,
block 5 , $ $5,000.
Kountzo place , lot 10 , block 18 , 50x141 ,
Boyd's addition , lots 0 , 7 , 8 , 9 nnd 10 , block
15 , STOxliSl , ? 3 , < X)0. )
Hnnseom Place , part of lots 1 and 2 , block
10 , 7-room house , 85,000.
City , part lots , block 152 , 14x132two frame
Btoro buildings , f5,000. ; !
Washington Square , lot 11 , 45x110. $3,000. $
Hanscom addition , lot 10 , block 17 , 50x130 ,
Bonds , $10,000 , issued by the city of Ponca.
Sales wcro reported :
By A. l . Tulcoy , three lots in Clifton Hill ,
one at $ l150'ono ! at $2.520 , and onu at $ ltt)0. )
By J. L. Uico , lots , block 13 , Patrick's'sec-
end addition , ? 3),000 ) , nnd half of lot 1 , block
12 , Patrick's ' audition , * O.EOO , and lot 13 , block
12 , Kitchen's subdivision , $100.
By Benson & Carmlclwel , three lots in
Benson aggregating $3,400.
Mount & Griflln's Newcastle coal ; best
soft coal in the market. Guaranteed
equal to Rock Springs.
The Consolidated Tank Line company has
brought suit against the Omnba Paint und
Varnish company to recover : n balance of
M02 One en n bill of goods sold nnd delivered.
The Nebraska savings bank has brought
BUitapainst A. L. Strong , S. K. Folton &
Co , and Morris Morrison to recover $040 QUO
on a promissory note executed last January.
The suit brought by S. It. Moss of Lancas
ter , Pa. , npalnst Edward Quinn nnd B. C.
Folov of this city , which wns tried in Judge
Shields' court yesterday , proved n more than
usually interesting one. It appears that
eomo time ago the defendants purchased of
the plaintiff u largo quantity of cigars , the
bill amounting to about S025 , and at the time
the goods wore ordered it was clearly under-
etood that the cigars were to bo of union
make , but when they reached the purchasers
it was discovered that they wcro non-union ,
or ns they are termed by tno trade , "scab"
cigars , and Messrs. Quinn and Foley then re
fused to pay the bill. The plaintiff produced
ns xvltnosses several local dealers in cigars
who tostllled that in their opinion non-union
cigars were of better quality nnd found more
rcadr snlo than did union made goods. On
the other hand , testimony was introduced
that union made cigars were worth from J5 to
f 10 per thousand moro than non-union ones.
This appeared to be the opinion of the court ,
ns a decision favorable to the dofandants was
For Colds , Croup , Asthma , Bronchitis and
Bore Throat use Dr. Thomas' Kclcctric Oil ,
nnd get the genuine.
Inmtrnnco AgciitH on a Jaunt.
T. H. Burch of the Fire association of
Philadelphia , A. J. Harding of the Spring
field flro and marina Insurance company of
Springfield , Mass. , ( George M. Lyon of the
Homo Insurance company of Now Yorir , O.
F. Blssell of the Hartford lire Insurance com
pany of Hartford , Conn. , and Eugene Carey
of tno German-American insurance company
of Now York , all of Chicago and all general
western ngeuts of the companies they
represent , arrived in tbo city yesterday
afternoon nnd were at once driven to the
Paxten , where they lunched. During the
afternoon they were met by a committee
from the board of Omaha Underwriters' as-
Bociation and in carriages driven about the
The gentlemen state that their visit to the
city has no significance , but is merely to look
over the territory lu which their compaulcs
arc doing business.
'Time is money : If you have n bad cola
don't ' mope around and half do your work.
Get a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup ; take
a close at night and get up the next morning
You need not despair 1 Salvation oil will
heal your burnt arm without n scar. 25 cents
A New 1'astor.
The Hillside Congregational church has
been fortunate in securing as n loader Kov.
II. H , Morse , formerly of Uockford , la. Air.
Morse is known to some of the prominent
ministers of that city and Is very highly
spoken of. Ho Is a young man of marke'd
ability and an earnest , active Chrlstiai
worker. The Hillside church has been with
out a regular pastor for about thrco months
duilng which time Interest in tbo work ha :
decreased somewhat , but under the leader
Bhlp of Mr. Morse , assisted by the corps o
earnest workers already in the field , this
church will soon bo on a par with other
churches in the city.
Gesslor'H Mnj"l ( ! Ucntlnches Wnfrra
Cure all headaches iu SO minutes. At ol
Prof. Michael J. Mooney and Jack \\l\\s \ \
nrrlvea from St. Louis yesterday afternoon
Prof. Mooney will flght Harry Allen of St.
Louis at catch weights next Tuesday ovenin
before the Maglo City athletic club for
purse of $1,500 , of which f OO was put up bj
the club and ( iOO each by the contestants.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for chll
drcn teething rests the child aud comforts th
udlh or. 5o a bottlo.
Morse's CiiBtom DroftumnkltiK DC *
. pnrttncnt on Fifth Kloor
Our dnrk room for the display of oven-
ng goods on the fifth floor has bcon hand *
omoly decorated with Bomo rich oven-
ng and party silks , laces , trimmings ,
to. , and la brilliantly illuminate J.
Wo extend a cordial invitation to nil our
rlends to take a look nt the display.
imiNG YOUR MATERIALS ,
No difference where they were pur
chased and wo will uiako thotn up na
stylish as any first clnss Paris or Now
DRESSES MADE FOR $15.
Wo are doing first class work in the
atcst Paris styles at very low prices ;
vo rccelvo fashions and . "models from
'arls every 15 days. Tlioso of Novcm-
jcr 1 are now in.
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
'Albright's Choice. "
Physicians can always find the most
recent parmacouticals at Sherman &
McConnolls , 1613 Dodge.
Dr. Blrnoy euros catarrh , Eeo bldff.
Tlio Ajiollos' Tournament.
The Apollos nro in high feather over their
.ournamcnt wlilih will bo hold at the Coll'
scum , Saturday afternoon and evening.
Their arrangements have all been perfected
and the prospects are bright for a big suc
Tbo afternoon programme will consist of a
00-mllo race forahandsomodlnmond studded
ncdaland thochainplonshipof thostato. The
entries for this event nro Taggar , Pcabody ,
Beard , PoUcrDcnmanMucnteferlngSchncll
nnd several others. With such a Hold of llycrs
.his should bo an interesting race from start
.0 finish. In the evening there will bo a card
'nil of good things , principally short races ,
and among the numerous entries for the vnrl-
HIS honors are Fluschcr. Plxloy , Wort/ ,
Uuentcrfcrlnp , Rhodes , Dickey , Porterlk-ld ,
I'ownsend and a number of unknowns. The
riders nro all in nctlvo training , and Moan ,
[ ic.'inl , Holton and Dcninau are riding llko
Dlrds on the wing , while Pcabody. Flesctier ,
I'lxloy , "U'ertand Hhodes are fairly malting
; ho track creak. The whole bunch is to
jvenly matched that it would ho wonderful
for any one to pick a winner. Olio or two of
: lie unknowns , so it is claimed by their
frlenJs , will make some of the champions
lake ! o the woods. A line band will bo in ot-
: endinoo and all lovers ol honest blcyclo
riding should turn out aud glvo this ambi
tious young club a lift.
Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh , Bee bldg
On next Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock the
ceremony of the laying of ttio corner stone of
the new St. Joseph hospital will bo conducted
by lit. Rev. Bishop Scanncl of Concordla ,
Kans. Great Interest Is being- manifested by
the generality of citizens In the erection of
this odlllco and ns a token of the apprecia
tion of the efforts of the Franciscan Sisters
and the liberality of the generous donors , n
largo gathering of people will bo present to
witness the ceremony. The different Catho
lic societies of tbo city have volunteered to
bo present and it Is understood among them
that they will meet on the corner of South
Filtctnth and Martha straots on Sunday at
2iO : ! p. in. and shortly after full In line at St.
Patrick's church on Castcllar street , and
headed by bniuls of muslo march thcnco to
the site of the building on South Tenth
street. After the ceremony a lecture will bo
delivered by the rector of Crclghton college ,
Kov. Thomas S. Fitzgerald.
"Albright's Choice. "
Constable Knno In Trouble.
Constable John ICanc , whoso ofllclal do
main Is bounded by the confines of the Sixth
ward appeared before Judge Ilelsloy to
answer to the charge of petit larceny. The
complaint alleged that Knno picked up a $10
bill in Holff's saloon on Cuming street , nnd
nnd refused to returu It to tlio rightful owner
who had dropped it a few minutes before.
Kane denied having found the money , al
though ho wns scon nicking It up. Ho after
ward admitted finding n SI bill , nnd when
asked by the court why ho did not return
that , said tnut there were so many claimants
for It that ho did not know which was enti
tled to it. Ho was found guilty and fined $ ; 0
and costs. Ho furnished nn appeal bond and
the case will go to tlio district court.
"Albright's Choice. "
Opening of the Germ-\ Theater ,
The grand opening of the Gorman theater ,
which takes place on Sunday evening next in
Gcrmauia hall promises to bo a brilliant
The play to bo represented Is entitled
"Onkol Bressig , " which is founded on the
thrilling story of domestic Hfo in Germany
by the celebrated novelist , Fritz neuter , the
work of dramatization being done by Theo
dora Gassmann. The cast of characters is
entirely composed of local talcnt.nnd the pro
ceeds from this entertainment will bo utilized
for the benefit of the building fund of the
Turuvercin of this city.
"Albright's Choices. "
H. A. Orchard.
Carpet , furniture and drapery.
Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh , Bee bldg
Malloii'H Nerve Is All
"I want that five D you've boon holding
out on rae , Scavoy , " saucily remarked young
Harry Mallon , as ho poked his dirty face Into
the door of Chief Seavoy's private ofllco.
Mallon wns arrested a short tlmo ago for
drunkenness. While in jail ho picked $5
from a drunken man's pocket. Now that
Mallon has served out his tlmo ho demands
the monoy. The chief however , turned the
money nnd facts over to Judge Holsloy who
will Investigate the matter. Mallon was not
placed under arrest.
Never neglect a constipated condition of
the bowels , or serious results follow , such as
piles , impure blood and many chronic com
plaints. Burdock Blood Ulttcrs is the rem
111(1 ( JJnlclivlu "Wants a Go.
Sporting Editor BKE : Seeing the Jap's
challenge iu your paper to wrcstlo any one
in the country , best two in three falls. I
hereby accept his challenge in behalf of D.
P. Baldwin of Omaha and will meet the Jap
and his backers at any tlmo to arrange a
mutch. Yours respect Cully ,
1'Kor. BILLT HAWI.EY.
Hall's Hair Uenowcr is frco from alcohol
and dyes that injure the skin. It Is scientifi
cally prepared and will restore gray hair to
its original color and vigor.
, fny Oould'H lieutenant.
General Manager . II. II , Clark of the
Missouri Pnclflo Is in the city and will re
main several days.
Ho refuses to glvo any facts or express any1
opinion on the alleged purchase of the Union
Puelllo by Joy Gould.
A X * OVXCHJIEXTS.
Commencing on Monday next , and continu
ing for three nights. William J. Gllmoro's
great spectacle , called "Tho Twelve Tempta
tions , " will bo given at UioBoyd. The spco-
taclo Is said to bo revived in a much moro
elaborate manner than when It was first pro
duced some twenty years ago by Colonel Jim
Pisk , jr. , at the Grand opera house. New
York. Mr. Gllmoro's production of "Tho
Twelve Temptations" has been well com
mented upon by the best newspapers in the
country , who claim It to bo the most magnifi
cent presentation o ( a spectacle over BCCU.
The story is bald to bo very interesting and
the comedy features very strong. The com
pany Includes sixty-eight people , forty of
whom nro ballot dancers. Scats for the en
tire engagement will bo put ou sale Saturday
morului ; .
oiiom OUT oi > ' CHAOS.
The Mammoth Oinahn Art Ktlilhlt AI *
innat Itcndy for 1'ubllo Inspection.
The Oinnlm art exhibition is nearly ready
for public Inspection.
Another lot of pictures was received yester
day rnorninp , and many of them have already
bcon hung on the walls ,
Today will bo artists' day , and the ex
hibit will bo open to the oitlstsof tub city
There will bo n banquet to the press" of tbo
state In the evening.
Saturday moinlntr will bo devoted lo the
ladles , ana In the afternoon tlio exhibit will
bo thrown open to the public. It will remain
open for two weeks , and lu that tltno the
spacious galleries will accommounto
thousands of visitors. It will bo
necessary for the public to speedily
avail Itself of the opportunity offered
to see the finest art collection over on exhi
bition In the west , or the pictures will bo
boxed and shipped away before it Is realized
what a treat Is now offered here.
The work of preparation Is by no means
completed M yet , ni many yards of draperies
nnd mouldings mo to bo put in place before
the opening takes placo. Thcro nio over
fflJO choice paintings yet to bo
hung' , and order has not begun to grow out of
tlio clines in the galleries of etchings nnd
water colors. The intricate system of wiring
for electric lights Is well nigh completed unct
the Kullorioa on the first and second floors are
partially illuminated. The lloors have been
painted in dark colors to absorb the Unlit ,
and everything conduces to show
the pictures to the best advantage.
A passenger elevator has been put in to tnko
visitors to tlio upper floors , and toilet rooms
have bcon nicely furnished for the comfort
nnd convenience of the Indies. The exhibi
tion company has gone to all this expense and
furnished this really wonderful collection and
placed It before the public for 25 cents admis
sion. Tno exhibit will bo open from 10 a. in.
to 10 p. in. , and all of the thirteen galleries
will bo constantly lighted.
Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh. Boo hld.g
SOV'fJil OMAHA. A'A'II'S.
Cuduliy IJro tilers' Improvements.
Cudaliy brothers , successors to the Ar-
mour-Cudnhy packing company , Wednesday
gave Burncss & Parks the contract to build
joveral additions to their packing plant. Six
buildings will bo erected this fall. A largo
store liouso 00 by 100 foot , of brick nnd four
stories high , will bo erected between the old
and new buildings ; four sinoko h6uscs with
a capacity of 50,000 pounds each , and a bono
house 50 by 100 feet. Tlio bono house will bo
erected Immediately north of the oflleo build
ing , Work was commenced yesterday morn
School Ijitcrury Programme.
The high school literary programme for
this afternoon is as follows ;
Chorus . The School
llcndins . Miss Alice KnlRlit
Mediation A. . Sum Cure. .Miss liiiiua Uarllu
Heading A Leap- Year Mlsliaii .
_ . Miss Maud Noncomb
rXsay-Papcr . Jlr. Orln 1 < \ Mnrrlll
Instrumental Solo . MIssMnttlo Mono
lloitdliitt A r.o\o Story . Mr. Oeorgo fcinlth
Iteoltatloii-ThoOwl Orltlo .
. , . . Miss Hand Thomas
Heading Two Bootblacks .
. Mrs. I'r.ink Salmon
Recitation llor hotter . . . Miss Nora faultier
Irlo The Ltelitat Homo .
Mlssos Mary Soykora , Manllno Lour and
JiMinlo ( iruhaia.
ulliiK Snobs . Mr. Hobcrt L'rcss
ItecU.ition 1'utsy Uobtiovs tlio Paper . . .
_ . Miss Sara Opponnan
Rending A Mud Teuton . Dee Kilou
Ucoltatfon Legend of UHVCM/ .
. MlsiMary Mortonson
Solo Jnonlta . . . Miss Ktta Krlou
K'jsay FliM . MlbsMnulIno J.our
ItooltatUin The Ohaigo Uu Lookout
Mountain . MIsa Mutlo llono
Dialogue ( totting a I'liotoer.iiili .
Mlsso.s Allco AcliLinund Muy I'.ikt'iib.irv.
Messrs. Albert Tlgho and Louis Mullen.
Notes About tlio City.
Mrs. 13. O. Mayflcld has returned from
N. 11. Wood was called to Ohio to attend
the funeral of his brother.
Mrs. .Tunics C. Corloy has returned from
Chimney Hock , Cheyenne county.
John Mover nnd Miss Mary Sloano both of
this city , have been licensed to wed ,
Mrs. Frank Goldsborough has KOHO away
and left no truces of -whereabouts. .
Mrs. Ltolo Vernon of Charter Hill , O. ,
is visiting her brother , Josepo W. ISdgcrton.
A. F. Strieker , of the Union stockyards
force , after a visit at his old homo in Galena ,
III. , has returned.
Frank Kcrhoff lost n pocketbook at the
stockyards , containing ? 10m gold and thrco
notes for sums aggregating 6235.
George P. Dean , chief of the police of
Grand Island , Is the guest of his old friend ,
Colonel John S. Mullen of Albright.
Mrs. Howard Meyers and daughter , Miss
Bessie , who have been visiting- St. Joseph ,
Mo. , have returned and were accompanied by
Mrs. Meyers' mother , Mrs. D. Zlcglcr.
MI-.S Anna Bent , the nccomplishca artist ,
who has been at Beatrice for some tlmo , Is
her sliter and brother-in-law .
visiting - - , Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Lane , on her way to Chicago.
James B. Smith , the crack slio'atlst , will go
to Shelton next week to participate In the
llrst annual tournament of the Shelton gun
club , which will bo held on the 27th and 27th.
Colonel JohnS. Mullen of Albright , whoso
building aud store wcro burned the night of
August 81. takes exceptions to an article in
last Sunday's World-Herald nnd sues the
World-Herald publishing company for$2.000 !
for insinuating ho had set his building on nro.
The next meeting of the executive commit
tee of the Manchester Martyrs' mijmorlal
committee will bo held Saturday evening In
Jndgo Bella's office , when the programme
will bo completed and final arrangements
made for the anniversary memorial exer
Manager W. N. Babcock of the Union
Stockyards company , has had notices , posted
up along the railroad right-of-way , notifying
persons that people who walk alongnho track
are trespassers. Orders have also been given
to prohibit any person except employes rid-
Inp on the cars or locomotives. These timely
warnings are eminently proper and much
Dr. Birnoy euros catarrh , Bee Bldg.
Through coaches Pullman palnco
sleepers , diningcars , free reclining chair
cars to Chicago and intervening points
via the grout Hock Ibland routo. Tiokot
olllco 1001' , Sixteenth and Farnnm.
Planta Beatrice preparations Shor-
inan & McConnoll's , Ud door west P. 0.
2 pool tables and ono billiard table , at
1414 N. 24th Bt. , at 3 o'clpok Saturday
afternoon. M. R SKAUS.
Edwin S. Thompson , who had been em
ployed in the Omaha casket factory t engi
neer for several years , died Tuesday and was
buried yesterday In Forest Luwm Mr.
Thompson was sixty-three years of age nnd
cnmo to this city from Now York in 1835i ? Ho
was an Odd fellow and left a widow and
three children to mourn his loss ,
faed la kllUlon * ol Homea
40 Yoara the Standard ,
As ; a Rule ,
It li best not tomttempt to remedy coMlvo-
ness by tlio nmuX anllno or drastic jmrRn-
tUcs. When noUinrllc medicine U nucduil ,
the most l'r ' " .g > t nnil bencflclnl Is dyer's
I'llls. Tlicr cfloit Is to restore the ri'fiiilixr
action of , ho bdwcls , without ucnkcnlng
them. Hclng snfinr-coatcil , these Tills retain
tliolrmedlclnallTlrtues ( or a long time , and
nro easy to take.
"lean lecomrnend Ayer's Pills nbovo till
others , lirulni ; long proved their vnluu M a
cathartic for rnyscll und family. " J. T. Hess ,
Leltlisvlllt , 1-a.
. " In 1858 , by the advice of n friend , I lie pm
tno tuo of Ayofi I'llls ns n remedy for Ml-
lousncss , constipation , lilfili fevers , nnil
colds , They seneil mo better than imy-
tliliig Iliad | n olously tried , and Ihavomcil
them lit attacks of that soil over since. "
II. > \ . Hersh , Judsonla , Ark.
Ayer's Pills ,
DK.J. C.AYEB & CO. , Lowell , Maas.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicines.
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
14O9 DOUGLAS S
OMAHA , NER
The most wldoly nna favorably knoi a speo-
lallstsla the UnltoJ Bmtcu. Their long ox-
porlenoo , renarkixblo skill iinrt unlronal suc
cess In the treatment nnd euro of Nervous
Chrnnlo and Surgical Discuses , oetltlo tlieso
eminent physicians to the full conQdencoof
the allllctc < ! everywhere. They Rimrixnteo :
A. OEUTA1N AND POSITIVE OUIIE for
the nwful oltacti of early vlco and the numer
ous ovlls that follow in Its train ,
1'WVA.TK , 1UODD AND SICtN DISEASES
spocmlr , oomiilctfly nnil permanently cured ,
NKKTOUS nKUIMTY AND SKXUAIi DI3-
OUneitS yield readily to their skillful treat
PILES. VISTULA. AND 11EOTAL DLOER9
guaranteed ourcd without pain or detention
HVDKOOELE AND VAHICOOELE permn-
centlyand luccesifully cured In every case.
BYl'HILIS. aOXOKHHEA , GLEET , Spor-
mntnrrhen , Betr.lniU Weakness , Lost Manhood ,
NlRht Emissions. Decayed Faculties , 1'omnlo
WiMiUness nnd all delicate disorders peculiar
to either BOX positively cured , ns well im nil
functional disorders that result from youth
ful folllos or tlio excess of inuturoyour .
STRIPTIIRP Guaranteed permanently
Ol l\\\j \Ji\lj \ cured , removal complete ,
without cutting , catistlo or dilatation. Cures
ilTcctcd nt homo by patient without a mo
ment's pain or annoyance.
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MtN.
A I11F TTIPP The awful ottecto of
rt. OUr\.L < UftL. curly vlco which brl
prpanlo woaknuM , doMroyln , ! both mind and
body , with all Its dreaded ills , pormanonty
DRS RFTTS Address those who hnvo Im-
jyi\O. UL/l 1 J paired themselves by Ira-
proper lndulR nca nnd solitary Inblts , nhloh
ruin both rjlnd and body , unfitting them tot
business , stmlvnrmurrluRO.
MAKIUKI ) MEN or those entering on that
happy life.avraroot nhysloaldobjhty. quloklj
"SS " ' '
Is baied upon f ACM. First I'ractloal experi
ence. Second Every caio In specially studied ,
Urns itartluR right. Third Medicines are
prepared In our laboratory exactly to suit
each CHID , thun effecting cures without Injury ,
Drs , Betts & Betts ,
H09 _ DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA. NER
SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 22 ,
For one day only we will
[ Heretofore marked from $3 to tlO. ]
At the low and uniform
Como eanly and take your
choice , and ! we will verify
Webster's dleflnltlon of a Bar
gain os "Afjjainful and satis
factory transaction. "
A Tull Sot of TootU
on Itubbor , ( or
A perfect fit Rimranteed. Teeth extracted
without pain or dunifer. ami without anaes
thetics. Gold and silver fllllniM tit lowest
rates. Brldeo nnil Crown Work. TcotU with-
outplatKB. All work warruntod.
OFFICE PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM
Entrance , icth strovt elevator Opeu oven-
ngs until 8 o'clock.
REGULATOR , 8 t
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CONTINENTAL CLOTHING HODSEi
Express arid. Mail Orders-
We send Goods to any address C. O. D. with privilege of examina
tion , and if they are not satisfactory , may be returned at our expense ?
In every case where goods are paid for by money order and are noj
found satisfactory , money will be promptly refunded and all expres $
charges paid by us , This method of doing business is very satisfactory
to our out-of-town customers. Be careful to state definitely what you
want and we will spare no pains in filling your order ,
Special Bargain lines , from which your orders will be filled until
they are closed. Don't \vait two or three days and then order , Ordetf
now. These lots are special values and \vill not last long.
A/FPIVI' / TYPPT SPECIAL BARGAIN LINES T ( YT 1 dvQ flfi
lYlLlN O JUJLi 1-OF MEN'-S BUSINESS SUITS at $8LU1 1 , vjpO.UU
We will sell this week. ISO Men's Sack and Frock Suits , made from" '
a neat brown checked eassimere thoroughly reliable neat in appear- *
aiice , perfect-fitting , at $ S.OOper suit , We know their value as an ad *
vertising medium. They will make friends for the Continental wher t
ever they are sent. "We advertised them on Sunday and the orders fotf
out of town are coming in every mail. These goods can only be sold ai
this price for the reason that we manufacture them in large quantities *
The usual retail price for this suit is $12 to SIB. Remember , sacks and
frocks at $8.OO. If not as represented , return to us and have the price
promptly returned. Sizes 34 to 42. Samples of the cloth 'will be sent
before you order if you prefer.
$10.50. Lot No. 2 , Black Cheviot Frock Suits , Price $10.50. : * -
We will sell this week 160 Men's Black Cheviot Frock Suits af
$1OBO. This style of goods has been worn this se.ason almost exclu-V
sively. We guarantee ! this lotto bo strictly all-wool and fast color , and 5
properly made and trimmed. We will not sell clothing at any pried
which is not properly made. We do not sell shoddy.
This is a suit of clothes which cannot be owned by the average dealep
at $10.50. It is the quantity that makes the price. Samples of the clotll
will be sent to any address , but you'can tell very little about it unlesd
you see the complete suit and examine it in every particular. We are
satisfied what the verdict will be when you see it. "We don't have one )
package in twenty returned and with care in sending measurements *
we have no trouble about fitting. The sizes on this line run from 34 to }
42. Measurement blanks will be sent on application.
S2.Y5. LOT NO. 3.
Men's All Wool Cheviot Pantaloons. Price $2.75.
Men's strictly all wool Cheviot Pants , full winter weight , made well and to fit at $2.75 per pai ?
cannot be bought'every day. We will fill orders for $2.75 $ from this lot just as described , but if yoij
prefer , send for samplesof the cloth. We make them up to 42 waist. The style of the goois is a neaV
check , looks just like a Scotch Cheviot and wears better than any other domestic goods in the marked
This style was made for the Continental and not a yard of this goods is owned by any other firm ity ,
the country , Remember the price , $2.75 , sizes 32 to12 waist ,
Children's Dept Lot No.4 , Children's Knee Pant Suits , $3.50'
\Vewill \ place on sale beginning Wednesday morning , 250 pure all wool cheviot knee pant suits , ,
size 6 to 12 , at $3.50 per suit , made without belts , small sizes plaited and large sizes plain. You can't du
plicate this line outside of our store for less than $5 : Remember they are knee pant suits for ages
from 6 to 12 years , strictly all wool , Send money order and goods will be promptly shipped with the
understanding that you need not keep them if they are not satisfactory.
' Pant Suits Price $7
Boy's Long , ; , ,
Lot No , 5 Is a special line of high cost long pant suits , strictly all wool , to fit boys'ages | 13Ito , # >
at $7. Many suits in this lot sold for $10 and $12 $ , but the sizes are broken and we have madeond
bargain lot at S7.
Boy's Oape Overcoats. r
Lot No. 6. Special Bargain Lines , at $3.OO , $3.5O and $4.OO.
Nobby styles and neat fitting garments at this price are scarce. Wq
take the same care in manufacturing this priced goods as we do witli
the finer grades. The sizes are from 4 to 12 , with full length capes.
Prices from $3 to $4.5O. At $4.8O we will send you as good a garment
as is needed for service. We have never offered a better line of Child-4
ren's Overcoats than we have this season.
FREELAND , L'OOMIS & CO ,
OMAHA. BOSTON , NEW YORK , DES MOINE3 ,
WOONSOCKET & RHODE ISLAND
We carry the BIG STOCK of the west , quote Eastern prices and are
5OO miles nearer you than any other market. Correspondency
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OMAHA - NElB.
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