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niXFATTA T > ATTV TTTRSDAY" APTCTL 14.
The Omnlm Medical society holds Us
nnnunl mcotini ? nt the Paxton cafe this
Do you wnnt to rotnln the bonuty of A
yotitliful complexion ? If so , purchase n.
jar of Spanish Court Cream , sold by nil
' The tcinpcrnturo ns reported by the
'local ftlgnnl service olllco was 111 follows :
At 7 n. m. , fid0 ; nt 10 n. in , , 60 ° , and at
1 p. m. , CO0.
The case of the State VB May Meyer ,
cliarpod with nfesaultlng Cora McAllls-
tor with Intent to do great bodily Injury ,
was au'aln continued In the polfco court
There will boa special meeting of the
Omaha Veteran Firemen's association
at their hall on Tuesday evening to
make arrangements to attend the funeral -
oral of their late brother , Fireman Carter -
tor of the paid department.
"An ounce of provcnUon Is worth two or
thco pounds of euro. "
Origami saying slightly changed but none
the less truo.
Don't wnlt to bo tnhon down with
" 1 a grippe" but use Hnllor's Sure Cough
Cure , tiio most thorough prevention of this
dread disease , when tnkcn In conjunction
with Iliillor's ' Uarsanarilln and liurdock , that
has over boon introduced.
Loans of 91.000 to $50,000 made on
cholco improved city property. Low
rales. No delay. Central Loan & Trust
company , 1203 Fnrnam st.
Tito Council to Consider a New Garb-
n > jo Ordinance.-
An ofTort will bo made at the council meet
ing tonight to amend the present garbage
Members of the council committee that
has had this matter under consideration for
some tlmo will make a report recommending
very radical changes in the ordinance icgu-
lating the garbage business. They claim
that they have very carefully examined the
defects of the present system , nnd state that
they can prove to the council that many
flagrant violations of tlio orJinancohavo been
committed bv iho oflleials In charge , nnd
further that the city can save at li-ast fO.OOO
a year by adopting a plan that will bo more
satisfactory than the one now In uso.
One of the committee In speaking of the
affair said : "Tho city Is paying four men $ C 0
each for doing nothing except collect fees for
the garbage master. Then wo pay $2,000 a
year for hauling ucad animals , and tlio gar
bage master pets a big slice out of that. Wo
have a proposition from a responsible party
who will give a bond of $10,000 nnd a bonus
of $ oOO for the privilege of carting a\vny dead
animals for nothing. Ho will agree to take
them three miles from the city limits.
"On the gurbngo business , wo propose to
place It In the charge of the chief of nollco
and to lot the work In districts , fixing a scale
of reasonable prices and lenuiring garbage
men to give bonds to properly tend to the
business in their districts.
"Wo want to got the matter finally settled
tomorrow night. "
Tlio foiiimlsqloiiorH Arc Klckinir.
The county commissioners and the city
garbage master are preparing to lock horns
over the cesspool at the county hospital.
The garbage master Insists that'tho cess
pool Is a nuisance nnd must bo cloanca nt
once , alleging that numerous citizens In that
vicinity have filed complaints with him , In
which they charge that there is a rank odor
constantly arising from the place , lie states
that the entire amount of Jlltu from the
hospital is discharged Into the cesspool ,
and that overflowing It runs down
the valley to the great disgust of
all of the people who live along the licit line
The county commissioners take a different
view of the situation and state that the pee !
Is filled with water that runs in from the
surrounding hills and is In no wise offensive
They also claim that the garbage master Is
hunting a job by which ho nmv feather his
own nest , and in this connection they cite
tbo fact that some time ago one of his men
was hired to clean the cesspool. At that
and sent In a bill of $ MO , leaving the cess
pool in the same condition as when ho
commenced. In addition to this
they state that ho emptied his
wagons only a few rods away and into tlio
same ravine Into which the overflow now
runs. The members of the county board do
not object to tbo cleaning going on , but state
that If the city garbapemastcr Is allowed to
do the work ho will bankrupt tlio county , as
ho will continue to haul away water which
will run back Into the cesspool as fast as Ills
If this man would permit them to do so.
they state that they would hire teams and
cleanse the place at once , but If an attempt Is
made to do so , they stale that Morrissoj- will
appear upon tbo scene and threaten their men
At the present time the county surveyor is
' at work on an estimate showing the cost of
constructing an oightcon-lnch sewer from the
hospital to a connection with the 1'ark street
sower. This line , which is G.OOO feet long ,
will cost close to JS.OOO , of which amount the
countv will pay more than one-half.
Chairman O'Kcoffo states that as .soon as
the city council passesun ordinance creating
the sewer district the county will begin work
upon Its portion of the sewer , but under no
circumstances will bo submit to allowing
Morrlssey to empty the pool at the rate ho
charged upon u former occasion.
Loading doctors throughout the country
ere recommending Hnller's ' Snrsnparllln aim
Uurdock , as a blood purltlor and to build up
This morning at 9 o'clock seats wore put
on sale at the
Doyd for the en
gagement of Milton nnd Dolllo Nobles ,
which opens tomorrow evening and
continues for two nights. Air. Nobles writes
bis own plays exclusively and ttio two that
ho and his wife and supporting company wll (
present hero are as uood"as any ho liusilono.
Tomorrow evening "from Sire to Son" will
ho played , nnd Wednesday evening "Lovo
ana Law. " Mr. Nobles' company this sea
son Is superior in point of merit to any ho has
yet employed ,
On Thursday , Friday , Saturday and Sun
day next Monroe and Klco , the well known
comedians , will play the Html engagement of
"My Aunt IJrulgot , " the popular farco-cotn-
edy that was seen hero Iribt season. These
comedians separate after their Omaha en
gagement. _ _ _
Tbo "Uaco for a Wife , " a play highly
recommended by eastern critics , but now to
western nudlonceswill bo presented atUoyd's
on Friday , April 34 , by n local company.
Dr. E. B. Davis will commence at the
Grand this evening a series of psychological
entertainments , which will furnish no end of
fun and amusement of a very varied char-
actor. These entertainments will bo con
tinued every ovonlne this week , with Satur
day matinee. Pure fun is guaranteed. The
subjects whom the tbo doctor operates upon
' furnish an endless variety of the most laugh
able hallucinations. The exhibition Is truly
most marvelous and amusing. The price will
be , for tbo orchestra , JW cents , balcony , 'J5
cents , and children IB cents. No reserved
seals are sold. The box ofllco will bo open
after 7 p. m. .
Little Freddie , the hlllputlan character
artist late ot Ilydo'a burlosouo company. Is
the 1 adlng feature at the Eden Museo this
week. Ho Is without doubt the cleverest
child specialty artist oa the vaudeville stage.
The Milanese minstrels Is another feature of
exceptional merit , nnd their farcical happen
ings convulse all with laughter. The Span-
Isu tioubadorsds on Interesting musical feat
ure. Tlio Logans , comlo sketch artists , keep
the audiences In a good humor with their
witty savings and pleasing song * . Jot and
I'et , tuo Leopard children , arc genuine curl-
Qsttles. and TarJey. the armless boy. Is a
won'dcr. Ho Is but twelve years old , yet
writes , paints , draws , and does Innumerable
things with bis foot. Whale Oil Gus , the
noted whaler , delivers an Interesting histor
ical lecture on whaling in tno Arotlo ocean nt
each performance ,
The CJ. S. government are using largo numbers
bors ot the Improved Howe scales. Bordea
* Solleck Co. , agents , CUlcaKO , 111 ,
Stock Shippers Accused of Violating the
Ilutor-Stato Oommerco Law ,
RAILROADS DOING BUSINESS FOR FUN ,
The Western FrclKht Association
Takes n Ilnncl A Woman I'ols-
oned Drnnk Coiicontrntoil
Lye Blnula City Notes.
The railroad ofileltA ) , the commission men ,
the scalpers nnd shippers nnd the South
Omnhn stockynrds ofllclals are In the midst
of the merriest war that 'over Jarred lodso
the rusty joints nnd shook up the old bones
Said ono of the largest commission men
and best informed dealer at the yards : "They
are trying to ruin the commission men and
business , wreck the yards and force nil the
stock to other points. " Suld another man :
' The yards' oftlclnls nro ilchtlng wind nnd I
can't unravel the knotty skein. "
Fred C. Margley of Kansas City. Joint
agent for the Western freight association ,
has arrived hero to regulate freight ship
ments , nnrt to prevent , as It Is represented ,
the violation of tlio Inter-stato commerce law.
Mr. Macgloy has appointed Mr. Cbnploy
local agent , and the war is on.
It has been n common prnctlco to reshlp
stock billed from western points to enst-
ern points after being sold hero on
the original billing. This the railroad -
road oftlcials claim is not only a violation of
tlio inter-stntocommerce law , but Is defraud
ing the companies out of freight charges.
Again It is charged that billings from
western points after the stock hnd been
sold and consumed here , had been used to
ship other stock froin this point east to the
designation of the original shipment , thus
getting the uencllt of through rates , when
out Hied to only local rates.
But a more sciious question has bocn
raised and more trouble originated by agents
of roads using thcso loopholes or legal viola
tions to procure shipments at the expense
ofothors. As for Instance : Every road has
some favored freight points , nnd the ngent
when receiving his bills for through ship
ments on finding thnt some stock had
been consumed , would go to shippers and
offer the proportionate through freight rate
from these favored points to local shippers.
This cicnted local jealousy , and dually
brought the U'oiglnng nssocintion to tbo
front to take n hand. .
Again it is claimed thnt the switching ,
loading nnd bedding Including the stnble car
rental c. ts up about two-fifths of the freight ,
rates and with the additional cut of through
rates instead of local r.ites , the railway com
panies got little or nothing for huuliug the
Agent Chnploy has boon stationed nt this
point with instructions to see thnt only the
identical stock , shipped In on n through billIng -
Ing , shall bo forwtfrdcd. And now there Is
as much kicking as a herd of mules could do
in the vards and the end no man knoweth.
Sometime ago these aliened Irregularities
were brought to the knowledge of the
Western Freight and Trans-Missouri Freight
association and nt the March meeting circu
lar No. 50 , as follows , was adopted :
Kcsohed , That the prnctlco of consigning
stock from points In Kansas or Nebraska to
Uniulin , fconth Otnuhu and Sioux ( Jity , and
changing tint destination to Chicago , bo dis
continued , nnd the parties who anticipate
their block colng to Chicago shall consign
sumo through : further , that all stock hilled
Into Omaha , South Omaha or Sioux City ut
local rules shall bo considered us local busi
In comnllanco with the ubove.olTectlvo April
10. 1891 , tliu prnctlcu of executing contracts
for and wny-bllllng live stock Incur loads
fiom points lu Kans is or Nebraska to Omaha ,
South Omaha or HIou\ City and afterward
changing destination of the shipment to Chicago
cage or other points cast of the Missouri river ,
must o.XL'uuto contract showing ultimate des
tination , and the way-bills fur Mich shipments
must show such destination. All shipments
of live stock , car lots , contracted and way-
billed to Otnahu , South Omnhn or Sioux City
will ho considered ns local business , und fufl
local tariff to the destination thus shown wjll
bo colluded nnd retained.
1'luusu udvise Hhlppors , post , as required by
law , und be governed accordingly.
JAMES SMITH ,
Chairman Trans-Missouri Freight association ,
A test cose came up yesterday. Eight cars
of cattle , IfiT head , shipped on the B. & M.
from Ashland , Ni'b. , by Hogors & Perloy ,
were consigned to 1'nrkhust.HopperiSc Parker ,
Chicago , to stop off at South Omaha. When
the cuttle arrived they wore locked up by the
Union stockyard company , awaiting orders
fiom the consignee in Chicago. The cattle
were sold nnd the owner , who was along
with the shipment wonted thorn released.
The stockyard olllcials refused to open the
pens and turn over the cattle unless the rail
road ofltclnls would change the billing , which
was finally done and the cattle released and
turned over to the purchaser.
Under the rules adopted and the action
taken in this case , tbo Identity of stock
shipped must be preserved from starting to
arriving point , with proper notation of stop
ping nt'South Omaha to entitle It to through-
rate freight rates. t j
Court Skamlin's Second Annual.
Court ' Skandla , No. 22lJIndopendent Order
of'Forresters , covered itself all over with so
cial glory at Us second annual ball and re
ceived as many compliments as the most
zealous members could desire. Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Nelson led tbo grand march. Good
music and over attentive committees made
every ono of the 140 couples present as hap
pily entertained as a social devotee could do-
slro , Among the Omahans present wore Mr.
and Mrs. Ole ( Nelson , Misses Hulduh John
son , Lottlo and Josie Stromborg , Ilulduh
Erickson , Annie , Bessie and Tillio Nelson ,
Ida Peterson , Tilda Lindauost , Bcttlo John
son , Ida Paulson and Miss Carlson and
Messrs. Victor Phulson , John A. Johnson ,
Frank Burnmu , Charles Snyder , Nels Peter
son , C. A. Edlln ? , Oust Gibson and Andrew
Good Templars' ICntcrtalnmciit.
Magic City Lodge No. 100 , assisted by
Llfo Boat Ledge No. 150 of Omaha , Inde
pendent Order of Good Templars , will give n
literary nnd musical entertainment In Ancient
Order of United Workmen hall , Twenty-
sixth and N streets , this evening.
Took I'olson by Mistake.
Mrs. Sweeny , residing nt Twenty-eighth
and U streets , by mistake , took a lotlml dose
of tincture of Iodine yesterday morning. Tbo
prompt and efficient service of a physician
saved the unfortunatewoman's life.
Drank Cone ntrnt d Ijye.
A young son , aged two years , of Mr. and
Mrs. John Medina , Brown park , drank a
big dose of concentrated lye Sunday night.
Prompt relief saved the child's life.
Koll to the Collar.
An Infant son of Mrs. Irwln , Twcnty-sfxth
and P streets fell from the sidewalk into the
collar area way and was badly bruised , but
not seriously hurt.
Vice President Ab Waggoner of the Live
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Stock oxchnnffo has tcndcroil Ills resignation
Irorn the cxcbniiKO on account of the unploas-
nnt iftul jcopnrdlzltiK complications on the
fihlpplritf nnd commission business questions.
The rottlRnatlon of Vlco President WOR-
goner , who Is ono of the oldest und most ox-
touslve commission men at the ynrds nnil ono
of the ronresontntlvo tnombors ot the ox-
ohnngo , will bo regretted by every .member
and wcll-wlshcr of the exchange.
Nolrs About tlio City.
Uobcrt E. Murphy of the Cudahy force has
returned from Clilcngo.
Charles foster caught a mnn trying to
break In his candy kitchen Sunday night.
John Schromok and Mrs. Mary Fleming ,
both of this city , married Saturday evening.
Several children of Divvld Hobon have bocn
sick with mcuslcs , and one child now has
Sol L. Degon of the commission firm of K. ,
Becker it Ucgon and Miss Minnie Becker
"mvo been licensed to wed.
The Kpworth leaciio of the Methodist
church Is preparing to give a series of enter
tainments. The Jlrst entertainment will bo
given Thursday evening , May II.
The Ladles' Auxiliary society of the Epis
copal church will tncot'Wediiosday afternoon
nt ! i0 : : ! nt Miss Llzzlo Plorco's , No. JJ5I2 N
street. " * A largo attendance is requested as
"mportnnt business will bo transacted.
A committee of Methodist Indies Is can
vassing tbo city getting accommodations for
entertaining delegates to thn general confer
ence In May , Ib'.l'J. ' The reports of the com
mittees must ho trade at the committee meet
ing to bo held In Cincinnati , O. , on May 0.
The entertainment to bo given this even
ing by the wives nnd daughters of South
Omnlta lodge , No. 00 , Ancient Order of United
Workmen , to the members of that lodge ,
promises to bo one of the plcasuntcst of the
fraternal gatherings held In the city tnla
season. An elaborate literary nnd imistc.il
programme has been prepared and a \ \ one-
man banquet will bo served.
WAIID1NGTON GK'IS FRESH Alii.
llic PJctiirc-Simslicr FuriilHlios Hall
JnoV. . Dwycr's Onnc.
Gary Judson Warulngton , the destroyer of
the "Return of Spring. " through the kind
ness of his friends , is now tatting a sniff of
fresh nlr. Ho is out of Jail , and says that ho
will go baolc to his old position of uook-Uccpor
for Orchard & Co.
When court eonvcnod.vestcrday morning
John b. McCagtio and ( Jeorgo W. Wnllnco
appeared before Judge Estello and entered
Into bonds of $1,000 to produce Wnrblngton's
body at the May term of court. The bond
was approved nnd the young man released.
The case of thostnto vs Thomas MuNnmee ,
who is charqcd with having murdered ICatlo
Nichols on February 18 , was continued until
the May term nnd the witnesses released
upon furnishing bonds for their appearance.
The following prisoners were arraigned and
pleaded not guilty , after which they wcro re-
ninndcd to jnll : John Ccdarqulst , incest ,
committed upon his daughter Cl.iru , Novem
ber 27 ; James Hlloy , breaking Into the house
of Eliza Lackey and carrying away $75 worth
of property on February u'O ; Oeorgo Palmer ,
HosoMornn nnd Mrs. George Palmer , break
ing Into a Union Paelllc car on March 25 and
carrying away thirty-one gallons of beer.
A question tnat is entirely now In the his
tory of Nebraska courts was raised by Judge
Schomp yesterday afternoon. The case of
the State against Joe Dwycr was called for
trial In Judge Ebtollo's court. Dwyer Is on
trial , charged with having murdered John
Connors in a Farnam struct lodging house
February 11 , during a brawl. As soon ns the
case was called Mr. Schomp , attorney for
Dwyer , said : "I movc.for a dismissal on the
grounds that the court has no legal right to
sit for the purpose of hearing and determin
inir cases. "
The attorneys opened their eyes
with wonder aud astonishment , while
Judge Estello suggested that ho
would llko to know by what right any person -
son could question bis authority to sit on the
Continuing , Mr. Schomp spoke : "It Is ft
well known fact that there is some doubt as
to whether or not James E. Boyd Is the pov
crnor of Nebraska. It has been alleged that
ho Is not a citizen of the United States , and
if ho is not , then in that case all of his ap
pointments are illegal and void. It is true
that the question of bis citizenship is now
pending In tbo supreme court , and should
that body decide that ho Is not a citizen then
the judges recently appointed to the bench
have no authority to huar cases. Shoulc
they do so , and the supreme
cisions that they have or may render would
bo of no force. For this reason I move for a
Judge Estollo promptly overruled the mo
tion , and the work of securing a jury was
commenced. Twenty-four men were called
Into the box , but there wcro only five of
thoin who had not formed or expressed an
opinion on the guilt or innocence of Dwyor.
Juror VossDurg was the only man who had
not heard of the crime. Ho has lived In
Omaha four years : has not rend the dnily
papers and did not know tbat such a murder
had been committed.
In the case of John Cane , who was on
trial , charged with having committed petit
larceny , the jury returned a verdict of guilty.
C.S.Raymondjowelorremoved to tem
porary location , N.E.cor. Douglas & 10th
W. F. Vilas , who escaped from Detcotlvo
Dempsey at Ottumwa , Is under arrest at his
homo at La Croose , Wis. Ho was located by
moans } of a decoy loiter. Dotoctlvo Dompsay
will go to Lincoln today for requisition
papers and then start for La Crosso.
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whole lot at these pices. This entire lot was bought for 50 cents _ pn _
the dollar , and are retailed for $10 and $12 all over the country.
Our sale of $10 Light Weight Overcoats will be continued Friday
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Saturday , 250 more of those All Wool Cheviot Knee Pant Suits
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yfiirrau , .Cor. i4th nml trarnrti ,
tnont HittMiintiallu coiiafrncfctf
Hotel itttiltli * * in Omnlm. Hei'ci-Hl
heam brick Jtre trail * rtinnlna from
Itntcnifitt tu tvf. All the cclllni/H Hint
floor n lined II M AnlieHtoH flra proof
ittlna , tiuiklttm it iiintoHulMa to burn
OtirAYre PMOIIIPM unit flro nlttrma
throughout tlten onllilliitMrrim heat ,
hot atnl calMntater antt utiintMnelit
everufoom. luble tinnttnxinvcit < IHJ/-
, B SXLLOWAY , Prop.
HOTEL ion LtONJB.
Corner 14th nnd Capitol Avonus.
Just completed , has 100 room ? , thres
Btnlrways , from the top to the bottom , has
fine elevator and Jlnmnjr room service , I
Ore proof throughout , flno billara rooms and
the finest toilet rooms in the city. Larsa
Sample rooms , Suites -with bath Jca. Cor
14th and Uaoltol Are. Street car service In
alldlreotlons. Rates , from $2.00 to1.00
Saio Yoiirscltpo. Ncrvn Means
trlllcuro wcnkback , tnko nwnr tbat Kloomjr , IIrod
fuellnir , th tnorrouiezUau > tlon , putroif * In r ° ur
chcoki , brlKlilen our or" . t * JOU now life , anibtn
tlon , appetite , lunko you tenfold moro attractive.
Abiolutolr Jlarrale . burn , tl a box. poilpald.
1'auipUUtfree. NK1IVK HKAN CO . UutJalo.N. O1
Bold br Oooinun Drug Co. , 1110
For four cents In stamps , we will send 50art ! *
tic suggestions for newspaper nd\ertisemenl ,
cards or circulars. Bright , lively , humorous
suitable for every line of business. Prom
sketches by our best artists. For merchants or
businessmen in city or country : they are urcnt
charmitur novelties that will add life aud char
acter. Try Art in Adertising. .
ALDEN & FAXON ,
ADVERTISING AGENTS ,
en * fig tr. turt it. ,
ONHUEY S3 Goodyear ffclt/ /
ninjo of Calnklu ncr wldily
n.hcrllsdl. Sol J cor ) where. '
11lls U ( hooriginal t3 bhw.nml /
thel > cit niailc. llonaro of 1ml- /
tillom. 1'osltlvcly noncKdif %
ulno iinlcsi itanipcil onl" > / ?
" ' * " "
: iPiioo"'e ? [ "x c , '
J. ° JIEANS A CO. s/Syj $ '
I cmtle lieanittlic mojt powerful female regulator ler *
fectlyiife. Never fall. $ itx > npali. Send ac.ttimp ( ) foe
particulars. Addren LION DKUG CO. , Buffalo. N. Y.
MADE ONLY BY
PONDS EXTRACT co. ,
7Q FIFTH AVE. , NEW YORK.
NO OURRr NO F > A.Y.
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
Seventeen years experience. A rojuhr Kralnito In modiclno.
m diplomat show Is still troittnr wit !
the irroitost Bucce , all Xorvoa * . Chronlcnna I'rlvnte Dhonm. A '
euro guiraatofl for Catar
Spcrnmtorrliwn , Lost Manhood , Seminal Weakness , MulitLosios , " "
Impotency , 9Tillls. | Stricture , and
oases of the Blood. Skin ami Urlnnry Orzans. N U. 1 guarantee iiwfor orory case I nnJortite and
a. euro. m. to Consultation 12m. free. Book ( Myjterlcj ot Life ) sent froj UJloa hour * 9 a. m. to d p. m. Bundoy
TurkishTea taken. at night
and occasional doses of Quinine ,
will relieve all pains in the
bones , cleanse the system and
mak you feel like a new person.
Sure cure for liver , kidney ,
and nerve affections. 250 pack
age. Sample for 2C stamp.
Turkisk Cough Cure. The
only cough cure that will re
lieve cough at once and cure
with a few doses. Take no
substitute ; will return money if
it doesn't cure the worst cough
Price SQC bottle ,
Turkish Remedy Co. ,
O maha , Neb.
U. S. DEPOSITOItV , OMAHA , NH3
Capital , - - - . - $4OOOOO j
Surplus Jan. 1st , 189O , - ea.BOO J
Ofllccra and Directors Henry W. YntoI'roiktent :
Lewis S. llTOd , Vlco-rresulont . .
- ; Jumoj W. HavftKO. W
V.Murso. John S. Collins , It. U Cu.lihu , J. N. U
1'utrlck. W II. S. Hughoi , cnihlor.
Ttim IRON BANK ,
Corner 12th aud Knrrmmaii
A General lluukin linsluc s Transacts I
\ ScbltfraenB'i Asthma Cure norer/ui/i to giro
"i"1' nl > / la tbo wont CIM J Ininrrj com.
I forUllo iletpi efftctl cures nh ra 11 others lull. A
OT5r" ' * nut tliptieal. I'rlct. 60 c ( . and
0 , of lrntlits .
( or br mall. S
. . BO
Is not ploaant to < ako , ns It Is
posed of all the modloinal qimlltlcflq
that go to make now and rloh bfoo i J
without compollinff the consumer to
$1 A BOTTLE FOR ONE-THIRD
which can bo bought any wboro fof
thirty-flvo oonta a gallon , as all i
aparillas am * BEQGS' BLOOJ
PURlL'IERand BLOOD MAKER I
composed of pure modioino , and i
lows the purohasor to add syrupi
wh'oh is advisoi when fflvon to
If your ( IniKKlst doo3 not Keep it accept no
Miustlttito , hut onlor Ulruot ( ram Uugca lftff [ -
Co. , Id"-11)7 ) Michigan St. , Clilciixn , III. and ?
tlioytlll forward. oxjircb3 prepaid , ono but *
tic for $1 or six for $3. ,
DR. BAILEY ,
A Full Hot of Tcctli oa Ilubtof.
for I IVK I OIIAIIM. A perfeJ ]
fltKunrnnlci'it , Tcctli extracted
0 irlthout pain or d nuor. un j
, - ftlthou tnnnitlicllcj ! . ( iold uS
ki nllvor Illlliii ! nt lowest rntoi ,
llrldno and Crown Work. Tcotli
without ( ilutus. All work nur <
OFFICE , PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM
I'ntriinco , ICtb itroot olovator. Open oycnliigi
until S o'clock. -
r'M-I-S-P-I-T-S- : :
It would not pay tlio tailor to make up poor material ; therefore , in buying misfits you are always certain to got cloth
that will give good satisfaction and long servfco. Tlion tlio tailor tnUob far more care with IIB ! work than ia bc&towocl upot
factory work , where the idea 5s to blight the
garment as much as possible in order to turn out work cheap. Another great
advantage is that , among our fine misfits , you will find the
quarter slzop , and really bettor Jilting goods than cart
jound in establishments that deal in
ready made clothing. Then by buying mibflts you are really putting in your pockol
what the tailor looses
, for you got us good as the tailor
would make you for just about half what the tailor would charge.
All alteration done free
of chargoHo insure a good fit.
SBARGAINS THAT SAVE
- - PRIGElLIST.
SUITS. OVERCOATS PANTS.
K5 ( X ) Merchant Tailor made nt (12 00
yo 00 Merchant Tailor inudo ut 14 00 I2J 00 McielumtTullor miido ut . . . ' . ( ID CO t 0 00 Merchant Tullor mudo at 13 00
Its (0 ( Morchunt Tullor intiilo lit if , uo 'JO CO Mori-hunt Tailor niiido at II M
8 Merchant Tullor inudo
40 00 Merchant Tailor made at 1825 40 CO.Mcn/lmiit Tnllor nindo at. . . . II 73 CO ut 400
45 00 Merchant Tailor mailu ut M wi 45 00 10 00 Merchant Tullor made nt 3 OCJ
M 00 Merchant 'IVIIor inudo ut 23 50 Hindu ut WJ ( X )
0' ) 00 Merchant Tailor mudii ut 8 00 U ) 00 Mcicliunt Tailor Hindu ut " 00 12 00 Morclmnt Tullor made ut
M oi ) Mcrohunt Tailor lutulu ut . . . SO 00 CO OOMrrulmnt I'lillor inudo ut SO 00 13 CO Mcrulmiit Tullor mudo ut 71
75 00 Merchant Tullor mudo ut IB 00 70 00 MCI chant Tailor nmclout. . . 'JO 00 16 CO .Mtirclmnt Tullor mudo ut bV
A perfect lit warranted , and nil goods sold on tholr merits. A puarantoo 1" < nory cnso just as represented , at tlio
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS ,
1309 Farnam Street , Omaha , Neb. 1309.
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