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TKJD OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , APH1L 1 , 1891 ,
BEAT THE BABTS LIFE OUT ,
Unnatural and Drunken Parents Accused of
Committing a Frightful Crime ,
THEIR ORGIEWAS DEATH TO THE INFANT ,
V'tint tlio Neighbor * * Found on Inter *
wltli tlio Awful Carousal
In the Oliclc llov jl 1'roh-
aljli ) Minder.
Poverty , tenor-fines , dirt , murder.
Surely 11 most awlul riunriottc , hut they
divell together in aUttlodry goods box shanty
da the bottom * Just southeast ol Motz Bros. '
A llttlu four : nonthH old baby li the victim
pud It It ullcRcd to have been killed by It3
Unnatural parent ) wtillo indulging Iti the
Wild ortjici ot nn alcoholdobauch.
The case was first reported to the pollco
Monday cvimlnRbut for some reason no uotlio
, Was tnkcn of It , and It was not uutll this
morning , when n second complaint win made ,
tbat an investigation w.is Instituted , and
Sergeant \Vtinlen \ visited tbo placo.
The mime of the family la Obult , nnd they
occupy ono of the most squalid and repulsive
Of thu many poverty-stricken nnd sin-cursed
ubodei that have made the south bottoms no
They nro 1'olandera , nnd Hue many of their
nclchnois cannot spunk a word of Hn Hil ! ,
\vhlluthulr'unrounding * are fearful for nn
intelligent human beinj ? to contemplate.
The hold of the family. Cit'orgo Obck , Is n
TPj B * ' * * " . thriftless , iliiftioH individual , too lazy to
work and almost too lazy to steal , Who al
lows , or rntlior compels his wife to do what
ever hustllnc Is necessary In order to keep
the bodies and souls of tlio members ot the
During tlio winter shohns done this by dally
vlalthiK the various hotels \vltli a baikot nnd
eecurliiK such odds nnd ends as were left
from the lahlea. In till * manner thu fnmlly
of tlnoo children were fed , although at times
the faro was very sciu.ty.
Iticoms that for several days past Obek
lias beun on u spree nnd Monday morning
both himii'lf and wlfo bocaiuo wildly drunken
on pure , undiluted iilcoliol.
IToni a neighbor who could understand
ISngll'ti , it was learned that at 10 o'clock yes
terday iiioining the luh.v was In perfect
liualth , for notwithstanding the untoward
circumstances under which It existed , it was
always n very strong , healthy child ,
At noon It was a corpso.
Tlio only ovidcnco ni to the cause of Its
dentli It tliat of tlio other children , n girl live
She said that her father struck the child
repc.itoilly whilu lit Iti mother' * , arms and
abe while In its cradle. Certain itli that the
firms , neck and b.ick of the corpse ere very
muck discolored and covered with black and
The nulKlibor above referred to snld she
Visited the plnco nbout noon nnd found the
mother beastly d runic , roi'lluir about the
holiso with the dead child in bur nuns.
Slio took It nnd wnslicd it und Inld it out ns
well us she could. At that tlmo she saw110110
of tlio marks that have since iiuulo their np-
pc.iraneo , ttiotigh the body was quite vrnun.
When the olllccr visltoil the place the par
ents lind not recovered from their debauch ,
mid woru linrdly conscious of the tragedy.
'Jho coronorwas notlllod nnd after visiting
the house ordered the remains removed to
Jlrafoy St. Iluafey's. ' where nn Inquest will bo
liold at ! ! o'clock today.
Coroner Ilurrlpnn Is of the onlnlon that the
Infant's death was causocl by suffocation , but
\vhcthcreltherof the iiarcuts foil upon It or
wilfully elicited it to death is u inattci' of
A neighbor's Uttlo girl who looked through
the window says she saw tno niotlior take
the sloophiK child from the cradle and deliD-
oratoly cholto It. The helpless mlto of hu
manity writhed and screamed under tlio
brutnl treatment , and tlio woman then throw
It back Into tlio cradle.
Tlioroaro marks on the throat of the corpse
1Jiat might have been mudo by lingers In the
net of stmnculatlon. Tbcro Is Uttlo doubt
that denth was violent and directly traccaolo
to the parents' spreo.
Obolc is regarded by his acquaintances as a
bad man , nnd when under tbo Inlluonco of
liquor la particularly bad. Ho has frequently
been heard to threaten the lives of parties
who hnve Incurred Ids displeasure , and the
neighbors stand In mortal fe.ir lest ho should
carry some of lib threats Into execution.
Obck was comparatively sober last even
ing and stated , through nn Intorpruter , that
ho did not know what caused the death of
the Infant. lie denied having struck it or in
nny way maltreated it , nnd was equally cer
tain that his wife had done nothing to injure
it , I f o would not allow the woman to answer
n question , hut Insisted on doing all of the
talking himself ,
No arrests have yet been made and no com
plaint will be tiled uutll after the luquust.
Do not take any chance of being poisoned
or burned to death with liquid steve polish ,
paints or onainols In bottles ; Tlio "Itlsmi ;
Sun Steve Polish" is safe , odorless , brilliant ,
the cheapest and best steve polish mndo. and
the consumer P.IVH for no extensive tm or
glass package with every purchase.
A UKNTAIi KXOIIANGK.
Now Dopiirttiro Adoptoil by Itoal
The nUoiidnnco nt tlio morning session of
tlio rcnl cstiito cxchango was about normal.
The attention ot tlio mambora vaa called to
the fact tlmt tli ropular monthly meeting of
the cxchatigo will bo liclil iioxt Suturduy
nf torn con ,
The bylaws of tbo oxcliango will
probably bo ntnondcrt at that tlnio so
ns to provide for tlio ostabllshmont of u
bureau of in formation for renters of houses.
The object of tbo bureau is to Iteup track of
tenants who llnd It cheaper to move tliau to
pay rent , und protect the members of the ox-
chaiiRO from being defrauded by people who
are notorious In this line. TbU plan Is in
practical operation In many eastern cities ,
find 1ms proved honeflclal toaRonts.
The achoino has beau started in tills city
nlrcudy , nnd is nt present belnc
looked nttor by a linn of nccuts ,
but the majority of the renl estate
oxchaiiKonro in favor of having the bureau
inatlo n part of the exchange and the change
will no doubt bo mado.
At the morning session on Saturday the
Star lo.in and trust company will provide a
lunohoon In tlio oxcltaiiKO room. The Idea of
havinu these nftalrs c.ich Saturday is urow-
Ing von ixjpuliir and It Is proposed to hnvo
tmo oacn wcclc.
The only complexion powder In the world
that Is without vulgarity , without Injury to
the user , and without doubt a. ueautltler , Is
They AMU llonow tlio Klglit for Onmlin
The Holfcnstoiu cases In the United States
court are to bo commenced nnow in the near
John W. Slaughter , onoot the attorneys In
fact in the old cases , and also the husband of
ono of the daughters of the late John I' .
Holfcnstoin , bus been given power of attor
ney by the son , John I' . fllollonsteln , nnd
tbo four daughter * of the original vlalntitT ,
namely , Mcjihunoi Slaughter , Simmons ,
Thompion and Boll , nnd Mlsi Ilclfonstoln ,
with lull powrr to prosecute the suits , sign
flpedsi to the property , ote.
Only txvo of the suits In the United States
court Imvo been dismissed. This was done
ou n motion to dismiss on tbo ground that the
la\v did not permit a case to bo revived In the
names of the hairs. No motions of this kind
have been iiuulo in nny of the other cases ,
but the court stands ready to strike tbo cases
from the docket If this motion Is mado.
The oisos will bo common coil anew by the
holrslthln a abort tlmo , probably within
the next few weeks anil the attorneys for the
plaintiffs state that the cnso.-i will bo uusbod
ns fust as the courts will allow.
\Vnfora. Cures all
licaiUchcs In W minutes. At all druggisu
I'liuernl of\V. H , Frmiklln.
ThoJunoralof . II. Pranklla took place
ftt 10 o'clock yesterday raoruloB from St.
' 1 ho doccasod was a well known and popu
lar young man , and the services were very
largely attended. Ho won a member of botli
the Ancient Order of Hibernians nnd
the Young Men * ' Cath.Mlo Institute , and
both thbJOorKUhlttittotK attended In a body ,
headed by the A O , II. band. They pro
ceeded to the residence , 1C2.3 Ohio street , and
escorted the remains to the cathedral , \vlicro
solemn high mass wa celebrated by Hov.
Father Smith , with Hev. Father Carroll as
deacon and Hov. Father llruen ns sub-
An eloquent fcrrnon vfM flcllvored by
Hov. Father Carroll.
The heavily moulded casket , colored with
black broadcloth , rested at the head of Ibo
south alslo near the chancel and around It
were arranged In rich profusion the llornl
offering , the tributes of many loving friends.
The remains were berne for Interment to
St. Mary's ' cornetery. whither they were fol
lowed by n very lengthy cortege of public
nnd private carrlasos.
Chamber Sot Kulo.
Until disposed of wo will olTor a line of
100 eots , hnntkomoly told ? ntlpplcd , at
50.95 per sot. These are as peed as sots
usually sold tit 310.50 , but on account of
tlio quantity ordurod wo bought tliom t > o
Unit wo nro nblo to soil them nt the re
markably low llgtiro of $ (5.9o ( pot1 sot.
Gutch & Lauman , 1514 Puniuin Btreot.
K ll W OHTJl'ljIOAOU JiltB.
Anntinl Convent inn of the Omaha Dis
trict No-\v In ScHilnn.
The second soml-nnnunl convention of Ep-
worth Icapues of the Omaha district of the
Methodist ISpIscopal church opened In South
Omnhn yestordiiy nftornoon. The district
was orpanl/.od nt North IJend durlnp the lost
week of December last nnd the following
olllcors were elected : President , Hov.
F.V. . Dross of Omaha ; first vlco president ,
Miss Cora n Smith of Omaha ; second vice
president , Miss EOlo Ardtanco of .lamostown ;
secretary , MlssCorlea Long of North Hend ;
treasurer , Mhs .losslo Hok'gsof Purple Cane ;
board of control , Hovs. C. C.Vllsau of
North llend , C Suavely of 1'urplo Cano and
K , .1. Cocking of Nlckerson.
The following ure among the delegates in
North Hond Mesdames John Kern nnd
Gusto Hyatt , Kuv. C. C. Wilson and Miss
Pnpllllon Mrs. "Walker , Misses Ella Do-
vnlt and Lee nnd Sylvia Ware nud Mr.
Springfield Kov. and Mrs. Thomas Mat-
Purple Cane Hov. Charles Suavely.
Tolwmnh llov. II. U. Uayholl and Miss
Valley Hov. H. S. Crawford.
Fremont Hov. JV. . Kobinson , Misses
Magpie Cliiwson and Curlstluo Lonqulst nnd
Mr. C. I. Hogers.
Oninha : Trinity Church Rev. W. n.
Deans , Misses McLane , Fawcott aurt Cham
bers nnd Mr.Chambers ; First Church llov.
P. H. Merrill and William Stevens. Scw-
ard street church , Hov. and Mrs , II.
A. Crime ; West Omaha Hov. L. K.
Miller and Misses Uosslo P.irk , and Trenn
, lordonIIanscom ; park church Hev. (1. JNI.
Drown ; South Tenth street church Misses
Harriet A. IJoadlc , Anna II. Moore , Ndllu J.
I'cnoyer , Cora J. Smith nud Mr. K. II.
The Junior league of the South Tenth
street church \vns represented by Misses
Dessio Jeter , Chariot Hoe , Cor.i Bentlcv ,
Lily McCoy , Nora \Villlams nnd Sadlo
Hov. C. N. Dawion has cbargo of the
Thoattotidanco at the opening session was
gratlfylnijly largo. Hov. T. C. Glondculnp ,
elder of the Omaha district opened the con
vention with devotional exercise1 ? . A well
prepared address of welcome by Miss Mabol
U Silver of this city was happily responded
to by Miss Leo Ware of 1'apllllon. Bishop
John P. Newman , the Methodist Intellectual
( 'lant , delivered a scholarly nnd eloquent
address. Ttio programmo today is as follows :
0:00 : Dcvotlonals conducted by Rov. H. J.
Cocklinc , Nlckerson.
9:30 : Thu work ol the Vouns People after Ko-
vlvul , iliihn Ha7ulton , secretary of
Omaha Young Mou'a ( Jhrhtliui ussoelu-
9:4.ri : Dlsousslon.
10:00 : How to Work Your Committees. T. F.
SturRls , president Vnunx I'ooplu's So-
olory of Olirlstlun Jhidoavor , Seward
sir > ot , Onitilia.
10 : 15 Dls
10:40 : Tlio Tpwortn LonenA Ucadlns Course ,
and How to Make It of Vuluo , .Mr a. J. 1' .
10r > 0 Dlsuuislon.
11:00 Our Junior I.p'iRuc , Miss Ilesslo Jeter ,
HoutliTuiith Junior luugno.
llao-0iir Olllcliil Orcan. The Kpworth Her
ald , Kov. J > . U. ICUdlublute , Hohuylor.
11:45 : Adjournment.
1:00 : Dovotlonuls , IcO by Hov. William Van
Iliiren , presliloiit of AlLriK'lit I.'pworth
1:20 : lieports from Local Chautcra.
1:50 : Hohitlon of llio VOUUR IVoplo to the
Church's Finances , U. A. Gosj , Klrst
Church , Omaha.
2:05 : Dismission.
2:15 MothuOlit YomiR I'coplo and I'opulnr
Ainiisemunts , MlssMao Driver , "trinity
Uhurch , Omaha.
2:2."i : IllsuuHslon.
a:45 : llio Trutnlns School nt Chiintaunua.
Kov. Ooorio M. llrown , Chancellor of
a : 15 Qui-atlon Hox.
11:40 Miscellaneous Iluslnoss.
4:00 : Conseeratlon Survlcc , led by Hov. Clmi.
Suavely. I'utplo Cano.
7:30 : Sons ; Service , led by 0. N. D.IWSOII , South
8:15 : Dovotlonals.
8JO : : I.eoturo.
The best nnd cheapest Car-Starter Is sold
by the Gordon & Solleck Co. , Chicago , III.
With It ono man can move a loaded cir.
April Weather Predictions.
If a peek of March dust is worth a
king's ransom , and April showers bring
forth May llowors , is it not right to pre
dict that every duy in every month the
electric-lighted , steam-heated , vcstlbulwl
limited trains of the Chicago , Milwau
kee & St. Paul railway will continue to
run on tlio short line between Omaha
and Chicago. The electric reading
lamp in every berth of their paluco
HloopiiiK1 cars is their own patent and
cannot bo used by any other company.
Ticket oflico , 1501 Farnam street ,
JtAlJsltO.il ) fl
The followiiiK record of not earnings of the
cntiro Union Paclllo system for the seven
months ending January 31 is Interesting- :
1SDO , Motn.irnlnKS. with lt ) .
July . * l. KN7 ! Inc. * W.070
AiiBiist . M7707.r Doe. .NI..V.1
Soptcnibor . J.MMU Oec , 111,007
Octdlior . 1.41M.07U l > fc. 1'iy.DOJ
Novcinbur . 1,178.011 Dee. ISjt..UI
Dccvrnbur . 707,70d , Dec. 'Mi , < ffi
January . . 03:1,518 : Inc. 007,490
HiiUroad. N tos nnd I'orsoualH.
Dcglnnlng April 13 trains No. 7 and 8 on
the Union I'acitlc , which have been running
between Omaha nnd Green Klvor , Wyo. , will
bo extended to Portland. Those trains ran
on the snino schedule- last year , * hut were
taken oft during the winter. The change
will not affect Omuha. The trains are
principally for the accommodation of second
class tratllo from the southeast , a largo num
ber of settlers nolnn to Oregon nnd Wash
ington from ttio southeastern states every
The fast through train between Chicago
and Portland remains unchanged.
John Dwyer turn J. J. Cox. commercial
agents of thu B. & M. at Beatrice and Lin
coln respectively , were In the city this morn-
ii > l ? .
J. 11. Frawloy. division passenger agent of
the Union Puelflc lit Kansas Cltv , Is in the
John W , Scott , assistant general passen
ger agent of the Union Paclllo , has returned
f rom nn extended business trip through the
south and cast.
Goorpo II. Crosby , cenoral freight agent of
the H. & AL and Jotiu Fruucls , general pas
senger agent , have gene to Chicago to
attend the regular mooting of Burlington
Dr. Birnov euros catarrh. Bee bld'g.
Old Scltlora or Omaha.
You are notified to attend the funeral of
"Wiley 13. Dlxon at 2 p. m. Wednesday , April
1 , from residence of Joseph Rodman. No.
1S37 North Hf teenth streot.
Vlu. K. Uows.v , Secretory.
GLORIOUS TRIPS PROPOSED ,
Enviabn. Up-jjr unities for Pleasant Summer
Ixcursions Oflbrod to All.
OLD COLORADO'S ' GORGEOUS SCENERY ,
Wonders of tlio Itooklcs , the HciiHtles
of Cnllfornln and tlio Mnjcsty
of Nl.iKiirn Arc In-
A trip from'Omiiha toDcnvcr nnil Mnnltou
Includes a rlilo through the fnmors Platte Vol
ley of N'oUroskn and Colorado to Denver , the
largest nnil most beautiful city of the Kocky
inountnlns and along the foot of the Hocky
mountain ranRo from Denver to Mnnltou. The
panorama which Is Inlcl before the eye of the
tra\clcr In a Journey from Denver to Mnnl
tou , Includes lit ono swoop of the eye .TOO
miles of mountain ponks , snowy range , foot
hills and canons. Long's ' peak , away to the
north ; Gray's peak , the dome of the conti
nent ; Jamei' peak , the Arapahoe poulw ,
Pllco's ' peak , the most famous of nil moun
tains of Colorado , and awny to the south , . ' 100
mlles from the point of observation , the three
forbidden mountain tops known as the Span
ish peaks , are nil lu view for a part of the
Mnnltou Is the most attractive of the many
resorts of Colorado. Lying at the foot of
I'lko's Peak and nt the entrance of the
Garden of the Gods , It Invites the tourist and
"slgiit seer to the most remarkable formations
and the grandest ana most picturesque
scenery of that rugged range. Its mineral
springs and pure air give new llfo to the de
bilitated. The 1'lko's Peak railroad , a
marvel of engineering skill , convoys passen
gers to the very summit of the lofty old
mountain. Prom the tow of 1'lka's Peak all
ttio great mountain peaks of Colorado are
distinctly visible , while to the cast Its trce-
Hnod nvonucs nt right angles , looking llko n
checker board In the distance , lies the pretty
little city of Colerado Springs nnd boyoiul
the great plains of eastern Colorado. A
volume could ho written , indeed volumes
have been written , of the glories of Manltou
nnd Pine's Peak.
A ticket covering this tour Is offered for the
seventh largest list , of subscribers.
There Is no American tour which combines
a greater vurloty of scenery nnd n wldor In
terest to tlio traveler than ono from Omahn
to Snn .Francisco and Los Angeles , Uuln.
The traveler passes through the states of Ne
braska , Colorado , Wvominp , Nevada and
California nnd the territory of Utah. This is-
the great business Delt of the west and at
every stop of the Journey something of inter
est presents lUclf , whether the tourist ho
student , business man or merely pleasure
Nebraska and Its pralnos ; Colorado and its
mountains ; Utuh and Its wonderful Salt
lake ; Nevada and its arid plains and Cali
fornia with Its Innumerable attractions , are
all compassed In this trip. Omahn , the most
prosperous city In the union to'luy : Denver ,
the queen city of the Hockios ; Salt Unite , the
iilon of Mormondom ; Sun Frnncisc-o , the
golden Rate , and Los Angeles , the City of
Our Mother of the AnRols , form a string of
Jewels of rarest water.
Tlicso are nil prosperous cities ; they are
all beautiful cities ; they are all wonderful
cities. Kach Is remarkable for some particu
lar reason. No two of them nro
alllto in attractions and no traveler
can afford missing to see each nnd
all. In the months of Juno , July , August
and September the prairies of Nobras i , the
Rocky mountains , the valleys of Utah nnd
tl > o gront Slorra range are seen to the best
possible advantage. It is the fruit season of
California , the sight seeing period of all the
mountain countries ana the pleasurable part
of the year for travel.
The ticket ottered by Tun Bnc In return
for the second largest list of weekly sub
scribers obtained by Juno 10 , 1S91 , allows
stop-overs at all points of Interest between
Omaha nnd Los Angeles. A week or a month
may bo spent at Denver visiting the pictur
esque mountain rcsortsndjacent , nnd another
wcekcnn likewise bo enjoyed at Salt Lake hi
hunting , fishing , sight seeing and bathing In
the great Inland sea. As much time as the
passenger Hkcs may bo enjoynbly spent in
5an Francisco and other points in California ,
not excepting the lovely orange groves and
fruit orchards of southern California.
Niagara falls , the world's ' jjruato.it catar
act , needs no glowing description. It cannot
bo described. Pouring over a precipice 100
feet hiph , the Immense volume of water of
Niagara river , the outlet of the great lakes ,
llnds its way toward the ocean. On either
side of the river nro splendid views of this
tremendous waterfall * above it and below It
and nil nbout It nro other scenes which have
attracted travelers from nil parts of the
world. Goat Island , the burning spring , the
whirlpool rapids , the suspension bridge , are
incidents merely to a visit to Niagara falls.
The llelu on which the h.ittlo of Lundy's
Luno was fought is within a few minutes'
drive on the Canadian sido. The facilities
for visiting nil points of Interest on either
aldo of the river are superior. The regula
tions controlling access to nnd from the sev
eral points now prevent the exorbitant
charges which were formerly almost as fam
ous as the cataract. A day or a few days at
Niagara falls Is ono great event in an nvor-
ngo lifetime , and no American should over
think of visiting tourist resorts abroad until
ho 1ms seen Niagara falls. Ho can have no
appreciation of power , of grandeur , of awo-
insplring beauty , who has missed n visit to
this world renowned spot.
If your cough keeps you awake and rest
less at night , tulco Aycr's ' Cherry Pectoral
and obtniti immediate relief. This remedy
allays inllammatlon , heals the pulmonary or
gans , induces sleep and rcstores health. The
sooner you begin tlio better.
Decision in i1 avur ot tlio Chicago ,
Milwaukee & St. I'nul lly.
The now Palace Bleeping : cars of the
Chienpo , Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. ,
with electric lights in every berth , will
continue ] to louvu the Union depot ,
Omahn , at 0:10 : p. m. , dully. Pnssontjors
taking this train avoid tranHfor at Coun
cil Bluffs , and arrlvo in Chicago at 9:30 :
u. m. , In ainplu time to muko nil eastern
connuctlons. Ticket otllco , 1501 Farnam
street. P. A. NASH ,
J , E. PUKSTON , General Agent
City Passenger Agont.
John Hyan was sent up for sixty days from
South Omahn , where ho was convicted of
larceny. His term expired and ho was re
leased ycsterdav. He Immediately me
andered out Cuming street and stole a couple
of pairs of pants from the store of
Simon Kahn , Twenty-third mid Cum-
Ing , Ho was detected in tbo uct
by ; Mr. Kahn , who hold him until
the patrol wagon arrived. Hyan Is nn old-
timer , and wouldn't do honest labor for10 a
day as long as there was anything loose in his
Do sure and use Mrs. Wlnslow's ' Soothing
Syrup for your children while teething , 25
cunts a bottle.
Another lrasn Thief.
YV. C. Davis was arrested nt 8 o'clock lost
night by ORlcor Shields. Davis was sus
pected of stealing brass coupling and cut oils
from the Union Pnclllc.
Ofllcor Shields recovered three bags of
brass , Davis showing the ofllcors \ \ hero the
metal was concealed.
A faded nnd discolored board Is untidy and
a misfortune. It may DO prevented by using
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers , a
Selling > r < > rtgngcd Chattels.
James Terry charges Frank H. Goldsbor-
ogh with disposing of some mortgaged
chattels , and Goldsborougu will not regain
his liberty until the police Judge has passed
upon the merits of the case.
No griping , no nausea , no pam when Do
Witt's Uttle Kurly Hlsers are taken. Small
pill. Safe pill. IJost pill.
I/ot Down fright.
George "Votes , arrested Monday night for
tolng drunk and stealing a box of surgical
Continental Clothing House.
Prudent buyers cannot afford to spend one dollar for any article of clothing , until they have seen
some of the. . bargain lines in Men's Suits , Spring Overcoats and Boys' and Children's Clothing.
We are having the largest sale in Children's'Suits ever held in Omaha. We will sell this week :
/ V250 Boys' Cheviot Suits , ages 4 to 14 , at $2 ; regular price outside of our store $4.
m\J\J 5ec snow windows for samples ,
/Ol ISO Suits , ages 4 to 14 , of the celebrated Sawyer Double and Twist Cassimcre ,
, \J\J at $4. Sold last season for $7 ,
CC7 PvOl e are snownig tne largest variety we have ever carried in Fine Overcoats
) i n < J\J Look in our show window and see the Melton Overcoats , in a medium shade ,
cloth and silk-faced , at $7.50 each.
MRN'S SUITS ,
The biggest value ever shown in the city is our All Wool Argyle Cheviot , at $7. Sec
samples in our show window , elegantly made and trimmed at $7 each ; all sizes. We will send
a sample of this cloth to any address.
LAOOMIS & oo. ,
CORNER 1BTH AND DOUGLAS STS.
OMAI-IA. BOSTON. N13VT YORK. DHIS MOINES.
Instruments from Dr. fJllinorc , was Riven ten
days in tlio county Jail for boinp ; drunk , Dr.
Oilmoro refusing to prosecute Yatcs on tuo
charge of larceny.
Do Witt's Little Early lllsors. Host Uttlo
pill ever made. Cure constipation every
time. None equal. Use them now.
Norfolk. ' * ) Sugar Machinery.
J. O. I'hllllppl , the general agent of the
Missouri Paclllc , received a telegram today
to the effect that eighty carloads of < Wffar
machinery from Uertimny for the factory at
Norfolk were ni Isow Orleans nnd would ho
shipped nt once in special trains via the
Texas > t 1'acillc , Missouri 1'aclllc , Union Pn
clllc and lilkhorn roads.
In ndvancod ngo the dcclliiKiiR powers are
wonderfully refreshed by Ilood'sSarsaparllla ,
It really does "malto the wc.ik stronp. "
B. Ij. ICerr of ICralg la at the Millnrd.
D. H. Hopkins of Urotols at the Millanl.
L. J. Cnpps of Hastings w at the Casey.
W. H. Buss of Fremont Is at the Paxton.
Nathan Shelton has gone to Frcoport , 111.
M. F. Cassiay of O'Kelll is nt the Paxton.
S. B. Secley of Chadron is at the Murray.
P. G. Crcntz of Hushvllle is nt the Millard.
S. E. Phelps of I'lattsmouth Is at the Pux-
L.V. \ . Gllchrist of Lincoln is at the Mil-
Mrs. Frank Hall of JN'orfolk Is at tlio Mil-
G. Stain of Weeping Water Is nt the Mer
C. P. Krolsher of Grcshara is at the Mer
chants , i , it , , , .
Prank Koab of Stanton Is at the Mer
.1. F. Albln of McCool Junction la at the
C. A , Flsn of Excelsior Springs , Mo. , Is nt
H. .1. Shear and wlfo of Long Pine are at
M. llolnnd and wife of San Jose , Gal. , nro
at the Millurd.
H. S. Munrlllo and wlfo of Tildcn , Neb , ,
are nt the Paxton.
M. U. Davoy and Thomas Cochrane of
Lincoln are nt the Murray.
Charles A. Deau of Kansas City , Mo. , gen
eral manager surety department Missouri ,
Kansas & Texas trubt company , is In the
Senator J. C. Shea Is able to bo out ,
although still very weak , and will leave to
day for Colfax Springs , where ho topes
to regain his health.
Mr. E. L. Martin of Kansas City , vlco
president of thd Missouri , Kansas & Texas
trust company , called upon Tiiu BKE today.
Mr. Martin Is a leading capitalist of Kansas
The Murray O. J. Homlrlx , Dnltlmoro : J.
A. Wyiniui. Dntrolt ; C. II. J > cmmon. llulfalo
OiiD ! A. W. Mllli-r. M .1. Wldtllold , 11. 0.
Suuros , It. Dldlshulm.Now York ! 8. I * Unless
Moi'ldan. Conn. ; UN. Onrloy , Philadelphia ;
\yilllnm Manchester , II. M. Kuvy , U. II.Hhaln.
Now York ; U. U. lloirnian , Chicago : J. Mar
shall , Louisville.
The Ilarkpr Ocorfto Woodward nnd wlfo ,
Now York ; Mlis Amy 0. llusliv , llochc'.tcr ,
Edward.I. Itadcllfle. London : J. O. Neville !
Now York ; Walter llnrhcr mid wlfo , EiiRlo
( Jrovn ! li 0. lllshoir. St. Joe ; I'red KcUeit ,
nienwood. IB.J E.J. ICelsey , llaniiiioiirt.N. Y. ;
K. I ) . Ituud , Hransville , lad. ; 1 > . U. Uoodrlch ,
S. II. Hathaway. St I.ouls ; hlnnrt Itobyin. ( Jo-
Imsirt. Mass. ; Mi > . 0. llciinutt , HU I'nnl ; K. II.
.hide , ! so\v York : 0. II. Ingcrsoll , Jutrolt ) ;
John Tonswiild , llnoue , la.
The Windsor V , O. Itolilnsnn , Nebraska
City ; IV. A , Manning und Nlfo , Kinporla ,
Kan. ; 11. K. Wnrd nnd wife , Lincoln ; u , M.
Untlmiik , Arlington ; ( ' . . II. Hamilton nnd
wife , Iiowlstnwn , III. : IJeorRO 1C. Mokol. St ,
.loo ; U. W. Oiiminlnc , II. O. Cojjoslmll , Kan-
Jolnli , In. ; Guorgu I'Uetan , OgdunV. : . II.
Iluekwlth , r.vniiston , Wya : U , 1C. lIiuiBcn ,
Hustings ; C. K. I'otfrson. lloldroRn.
Thol'ii-xton-Dr C. .T. I'lihelf.NubniskaCIty ' ;
Thomas A. Itnuknor , KIIIIS.IH Oily ; Unhurt W.
Day , Toi > nku , Knn. : O. W. I'lcli , l colslnr
SnilnB-t. Mo , ; A. W. Koiuis , Tokeka , Kan. ; M.
u. Oarr , AteiilHon , ICnn.i John II. Doyut * . Al
Hiiyiimn. Ijt'oiiuril Ilunton , U. llorinniu'e. New
Vork ; J. S. llrunihall. A. K. Htllwoll.K. I , . Mnr-
tln , IvniihaRC'lty ; Miss O. May , Stuart Hobson
romtmny , ClilciiRo ; I > . Uonllon , 1'arla , I'miico ;
H. W. Wilde , Now Vork : I'.S. In-k.Wyoiiilnif ;
A. O , Ewln ; ; , Clllnton , IS. ; 11. J. Heud , Hook
Island ; Jnmos llnssuwtyl'iipllllon ,
Tlio Cnsoy J. W. Tnylpr , Knnsas CHy ; Ooo.
II. Kunvca. Ivnnsas ( Jlfyj A. Kuysor , I'lillndcl-
phln , I'n. ; JUH. A , Mlllv Deiulwonil Hon'.li Da-
kotii ; J. K. Snydcr , bcjuiOltv , South Dakota ;
A. K. llnrrott , I'latUnimiTTi ; J. S. J
. - > : Kninlc Doan.iHImix Olty ; I' . N. Dick ,
North I'lntlc ; Scott WulLNorth Plntto ; J. II.
rilim , I'rmmmt ; AIIOt ( , Wu.st , VollNca. In. ;
John Doliry , VollNoa.TaT ; H. Asor , . I'nnl ,
Minn. ; O. VC. Alli'iibon ? . Ulilcuun : M. U.
Hruwn , Cozatl ; Jos. MiiMpli. North I'lnttn ' ; 1
Hoivnnl , MorrlHvillo , N. Y. ; A. II. l.tuseott ,
Boston , Mii . : U HIckAirts , KroKiik. In ; II I ) ,
Lawrence , Talior. la.Alno. V. Ncsblt. Toka-
mahiJ. W. llrlll. Wlsnpr ; I ) . Kvnp , , Norfolk ;
Miss Nettle MorrlssuyJ Irwln , la.
That S. S. S ! Fs without an
equal as a remedy for mala
rial poison. It cleanses the
system of all impurities.
I SUFTKHKD I'OH.l YEA IB
WITH MALAWAI , 1'OISON.
MY AI'I'ETITK 1'AII.Kl ) , AND
I WAS OUEATLY UKUUCE1) IN FI.KSII.
/ nt ID TH Mcncuar
4HD fOT If rqewzNT ,
4 0 COftJIMUCO TO OCT WOR31
ufJr'L arc / / < io IOST ALL C//AIH / }
B. s. B. , sum : A coin-urn :
AND 1'Kll.MANKNT CUHR , AND
JIY HEALTH IS IlKTTKIl NOW
TKAN IT UVKIl WAS.
J. A. KICK , OTTAWA , KAN.
Book on blood ami Skin diseases' free.
Tlio Swift SpojUlo Co. . Afauta , Ga
Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists ,
14.OD DOUGLAS STHULELT
OMA1IA , NEU.
Tno mostT ! lcy ! nnrt favorably Unownspeo-
Inllsls In the Unftol States. Tlujlr lone ex
perience , remarkable skill nnd unncrRtil MIC-
uovi la the trvatmont and cure of Norvons ,
Chronic and Hurglcul Discuses , entitle these
oinlmmt physicians to the full confidence ot
tlioallllctou ovprywhuro. They Kuiiratitco :
A ( JEHTAIN AND POSITIVE OUHE for
the awful effects of early vlconncl the numer
ous evils that follow lulls train.
ritlVATB. IILOOI ) ANU KKIN DISEASES
spncdlly. complotolv nnd pflrnmnnntly cured.
NRUVDOS JJEIJIMTY AND SEXUA L D1S-
OKUERS yield readily to tliclr skillful troat-
HLES , FISTULA AND UTOTAL
eiinrantood cured without pain or detention
frnni business ,
IlYimoUKIjR AND VAllICOCEI < n porma-
nBiitly and succossf nlly citrud In every ciso ,
HYI'HILIS , GONOUHI1KA , GtKKT. Sper-
nmtorrhea , Soiiilunl Wi'idt ness Lost Miinbond ,
NlKlit Emission" , Ducnyud Knciiltlvs , Konialo
Wcakncm and nil delle.ttu tllsordurs peoiillar
to cither tex positively cured , IIB well as all
functional disorders that result from youthful
follies or the excess of nmtnroyoan.
C'rPir'Tin1JOuarantclul pcrmano ntly
J I IMV-'l U l\lj cured , removiil coinplcto ,
without cuttlnit , caustio or illlatatlon. . Ourcs
effected at homo by patient without o mo
ment's pain or annoynneo.
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
ho nwfiil cfTocts of
. early vim wliluli brines
orvanlo weakness destroying both mind nnd
body , with ull Its d raided ills , permanently
nUC nKT'K Address those who have Im-
1JI\O. l > hl 1O ] mrod | thcnu Ivcs by Im
proper Indulgence and solitary nablts , which
ruin both mind and body. uiiflttlriK them for
hiHlnoss. stud v or inarrluRC.
MAKKICI ) MEN or these cntorlnK on that
happy llfo , aware of physical debility , quickly
Is based upon facts. First Practical experi
ence. Second Kierycnso is specially Htiulled ,
thus starting rlKlit. Third medicines are
prepared In our laboratory uxuully to fiiilt
each case , thus oltcctlng ourcswlthout Injury.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
1109 DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA , NEB
For Horses , Cattle , Sheep , Dogs , Hogs , j
000 Pnoo Book unTrontinont nf Animals
A.A.jHplnal ni iiintrltlHMilk 1'cvi-r.
ll.ll.-'Strntnn , Lumoiu ; , Itlieumutlmnr
< ! .C.--lllntcnipor , Kugiil lllscliurift'B.
I.l--llulH or drubs , \ViinnH.
K.F.--'oii li9 , Ilt'OTCH , I'nfuinonia.
V.K. C'olioor GrlpfH. llcllyacbu.
( J. ; . JIlKcnrrlauo , Ilcmorrbuii'M.
ll.II. Urinnry auaKldni-y JllHeaacB.
I.I. GrnpllTO J > i riinfB , Mimae.
j.lt.-llscii8CH of DIufHtlon , rarnlynlii.
Single Eottto ( over 50 doses ) , - - .00
Btablo OttHO , with Bpcclflcs , Mnnuil ,
VeUrluary Cure Oil and dedicator , 87.0O
Jnr Veterinary Curu Oil , - . 1,00
Sold by Drusglttsj or Sent Prepaid anywbcro
and in any quantity on Roctlpt of Trice.
HUMPHREYS' ' MEDIOINE CO. .
Corner William and John Els. , New York.
In use SO } i' r . The only uncccBsfal remedy for
Nervous Debility , Vital Weakness ,
md Prostration , from ovcr'Worlj or other cauina.
fl per vial , or ftnaUandlnrKOTUl powder , forfS.
SOLD IIT Dnranms , or wnt po tpald on receipt
of prlcc-UUMPH REVS' MEDICINE CO. ,
Oor. William and John Sts. , If , Y.
IIAVK YOU IlKAP
OF A IN
BY SISTEU AGATHA.
12 mo. paper , 337 pages , price 00 cents.
' Tills prurient minded writer's atotloi nro unreal
on they nrn Inilellcalo. " OmaliuVorldllorald. .
4 Contains nmnjr nwrct nnil pure hlorlt s. It nmjr bo
csllvitn Decameron of purity.llrookljrii Art vcrtlner.
Tlio vllo utturkB iiHn ) HIMur Acathu'H book
but help Its sulii. I'c'oplo ot Oiiiiiliu , rciid und
( lueliuTor ilo evury wliuni.
JORDAN BROS. , Publishers ,
No. gll N o. Oth f-Ueet , Plilla. Pa.
U. B. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA. Nfl3
Cnpltnl , - - - - $4OOOOO
Surplus Jan. 1st , 180O , - ea.BOO
OrtJcorinnil Dlroctari-Honrr W. Yniai , I'reildont :
I wU H. Ituurl , Vlcu-rrojlilont ; Jnmei . Hara < a. W
V.Morte. John H. ( "ollliu. 1L U. Cuililn/ , N. U
I'atrlck. W..1I. ti. lluitlie * . cn hlor.
T1-1B IKON BANK ,
Corner IZtbauii Knrimin Stt
A General Hanking liualuon Trausaotal
322 SOUTH 15TH ST
OMAHA , NEB.
For nil Diseases of the Blood.
All Diseases of tlio Nervous
For all conditions of Catarrh ,
either local or general.
For Bronchitis , Asthma and
For all forms of Dyspepsia , In
digestion and Liver Affections.
For Heart Disease , Bright's
Disease , Diabetes and all Kidney
For Piles , Fistula , Abscesses
and all Rectal Diseases.
For Scrofula , Syphilis and all
Specific Blood Poisons.
For all Skin Diseases.
For all Genito-Urinary Dis
For all Special , Private , Inher
ited or Acquired Diseases of
For Nervous Exhaustion , Gen
eral Debility , Loss of Vital Force ,
and every form of Physical
For all Spinal Affections.
For Tumors , Cancers and Old
Sores and Ulcers , and for all Dis
eases , Misplacements nnd Weak
nesses peculiar to Women.
Consultation freo. Treatment
Omaha references that should
convince every investigator.
Office and Reception Rooms :
322 South 18th Street.
First noor. No stnirs.
Hours 0:3O : a. m. to 4SO : p. m ,
Evenings 7 to8:3O. : Sundays 2 to
4 p. m. only.
1043 Larimer St. , Denver ,
- - '
' r -j-'iW
U ! 'srzPWtitfW To Ihomj nuirerltu from tlio
\ ' ,
? 't5 iVWj7
eiioctsuf niijrof fulUiwIiu
( ll'tatm , anil tluslru lioallh ,
rhonlil wrltol.ruVlnentonon. .
Altl ! ! ra o < pccullnr to wom
en , fulling wrnkuunii , lout ninn-
hooil , nervouaillf oa ilv roxunl
illscAHt'ft , floinliuil wcaknoHn ,
_ routliful follf , nrlnurr tronb-
ICM , kidney iiiul ll\or Iroublci , heart ( llBcnio , IndlR.
option , climt mill IHIIK trnuhlo. c < iniuiniitliii. ( lirun-
cliUI'.ciniKli > i < ' < il < l < , ii'tlmin , catarrli , nil lUauntnint
llio tilocxl. nirofiiln , j | > lilll < , illmiifn of n prlviito
nature , ituniirrhon , iiluot , piles' tiiinort , cnnccr , unit
rhoiim , rliuuinatlini , | mrJly l . nil f klii ilion | < , < oi-
tlvonc. ' , Ofipi'iiilu , nuuialitlA. ilt'ittnios Imlilnctt
Miru uros. uruptloiK , Inpuiruriii , lit" , nmlnrla , nn < l
ilUvuiui of tliu itt-norntlvuorii nii. no matter nf liuw
lonu-Hniulhiz. A ruru uuarnnteail In every cnso or
monef lof united. Hyou Imro fnllod to got curotl
clinwhoro , duiidt ilnniiilr , tmtiilvo l.iKVI.M : ! n c.ill
ninllinTO arliut ivltli lilni , lilch l "Irlttly conillilen-
llul , Cnniullntloii cxainlnutloii treo. Only n nnmll
nun Tjr remedied , 'I'lioiutmiln luivo hccn ciirml of
ilinerenl Ulicasoi by Ue Wlnx Cliliioo Vty
rtnhloroinoilloi , Muny tmtlmnnlali ran bu fnunl
unilliKjn In Ills olllcc , or Denver pnnnri. AdUrois ,
1543 Larimer St. , Cunver , Colo.
Knclnso mnrop fur reply.
HERVE ftHD BRftlN TREIiTIENT ,
Ppeciflo for ! lTitarU.Iliilr ii. Kltc.oumcl , WakO
( ulneii , M nl l l < pr nlon. Borlenluitnr Iliu llraln.ro-
BulllUK In Inunllyaad Uadlncr to in .L T ilwor alii
detlh. I'romtiur * Old A . l rr nnei , l.oiti'f Power
liioithor sax , lnroURl r/J.osntts , and P | > rmolorrhu.i )
tukufcvl t > r oTitrHixttrtloA of the brain , t ! rt > uio or
omr ladul nc * . karh boxconialnion munlt'ii trb&U
rnent $ labor , or itx for ftent by mall prepaid.
VTIih vacb ordur fur tlz boim. will > nd rurchavir
ffimranUo to mfand manor If Iba Irtatminl IaiU ( o
cut. , uuaraiitovjiuuod andB uiuit ) olil null Lr
GOODMAN DRUG CO. ,
- ' - - Omalia. Neb ,
Moore's ' Tree of Life.
A positive cum forKlilnoy nmt I.Ivor Complaint !
nnil nil lilnuil illscast" " l > nu II | Mite KiHTur when
you cin : tx rurod by mine Mocro'a 'I'rco uf I.tfo ,
lliodrc.it 1 If u Ui'inoly ? I'rlinll per bottlo. 1'ru-
imroil anil put u | > liy l > r .1. II. Mo ra.
Dr. J. 11. Miniic. Hi'iir Sir : I have boon
lioubled with UldiinveDinplaliit forovortwen
ty yean , for about ol hi. years \tlth < llabutos ,
anil when nt my study liiivebuonCdinpcllud to
telluvu niyhi'lf IIH oflou us tnroo or four tlinus
an hour. 1 have been troubled with huvero
attacks of sick headache once a o > ls for ton
yours , and It linn boon n combination , some
tlinus unllttlni ; inn fur my pastor.il duties , and
my iirrKhlhiKulditr. UuorRii MllliT , of Carlisle ,
In. , advised mo to try a bulllo of Mooru't Tieo
ot Ijft | > . us he had bcnn Rrcatly lionollttcd by
It. 1 did so , null the very llr t bolllo gnvo tno
gioat relief. 1 havii tuUcn lu id III bottler , the
first about live niontlis ago. and I havii beun
troubled but very Uttlo sluco 1 unimiiuni'iid Its
use. Yotits truly. Iluv. DAVID Vvit.
1'orsuloby all druggists.
idiia niuuiuiu ( i
Fortliotroatmontof nil CIIIION'IC AND SUIiniOAI.
DISKASIC3. llracoi , Appllanco * forDjroiiulllos nnil
Trmii'C . licit Kncllltlui , Appiiratm tnit HumotllDi
fornncccssfnl Irftstmcnt of ovorjr form of ill nn n
loqiilrlUK Meillcnlor SurKlcnl Trnntmoiit. N1NI2TV
IIOO.MS KOH I'ATlliNTri , llonnl nnJ Atlemlnnco.
llont Acc iuiDioilnttoni * .V'n t.Vrltn fur circulars on
Jlofornilllos and llrncoi , Truis 9 , Club Keot , Currn *
turd of Splno , 1'llos , Tuniori , Ciinour , Catnrrh ,
llrcincliltls , lnlmlnt ! . > n , ICIoctrlclty , I'nriilyaN , Kpll-
fT"y , KUlnoyi , Illmlilcr. Uyo , ICnr , Skin nnd Illood ,
nnd all HurKlcnl ( ] | ii > rntloni. IHSiAHi.S : : Ol < ' WOMKN
n opcclaltd. Honk 01 Dlsi-n oi of Wouion 1'roo.V'o
hnro lately milled n lying In Department forWnmon
Durhii ! iiunllncmont ( Strictly I'rlvaln. ) Only Holla-
Mo.Mcillrnt linlltulo MaklnK u Hpoclulty of I'ltl-
VATi : IMHKiiS. .
All Illood DlrviiKO succoisfully troatoil. Mocltclno
or Instrunionti none by malt or oxpruss tootiroly
pnckul , no marki to Indicate contuntt or ncmior ,
Uno persona , lntorvlu\T proforrnd. Call nnil coiMiill
UHursL'iid liltory of yiiur i-.iHo.ivnd MO wllUoiut In
Inln vraiiicruitr IlOOIv TO MKX I'lllSK ; upon 1'rl-
vnto , Bpc rlal ur Norvoud Dlnoaaoa , > vltb ciuostlon Hit.
Addicaa nil kttor * to
Dr. A. T. McLaughlln , President
Utli and lliirnoy btrcuts , Oiniiluk
i.J. E. McGREW ,
Id Yoirs' ] ! xrIeiiOB. \ > ( ! .
Cured In 3 to5 Unys wltliout tlielosiof nnlioun'tliua
froinbuilnoii. 'Jliuinum nbiululu curu ( orUl.KUT
nnclnll nnnorlnKilltcliuivel uvor knuwn to moillcil
oclenco. HYI'ilJI.Id.uwnrrnntoil turolniWtutO Oor > .
The nioHt pciwnrful tuinoily yet knuwn for pormn-
nuntouro. HTItlUTIlllKorpnlnln rolluvlniithu bind ,
dercured at luimn , wllliuut liitiruiuunti ; nu cuttlntr ,
nopiiln , noillliitln/ < oi9nf Mauhnnil \Youknoil
potltlTclr cured ; Initnut rc'lluf , bkln illiousui unit
Iruialii Olicasus prrninnaiitljr cunn Dr. Mudrow't
euccpii In Iho trcjlmcnt ot 1'rlrnto Dlioasnt 1ml
noTPrtJuonoiiiallcil | , nnd lili vroiit urnif of patient *
rcmlicn from tlinUlniitloto tlio rncltla llouki mil
Cliculars froi ) . I.iullns from 3 In 4 onlr , lull and
Fnrnnm atroota Umnhn , Nub. lintrunca oil otlhgr
COLDS IN THE HEAD , by one application ,
CATARRH , ia a very short time.
HAY FEVER , in from 3 to 6 daya.
EARAOHE , instantly ,
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
I'OIl SAI.K HY Ahlj DlUJOOISTd.
1'r jurt'd only liy the
I'llENOUNH MIiIOI.NK ; C'u.
llurkor lllook , Uinalia , U. H. A.
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