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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FKID&Y , JUNE 10 , 1801-TWELVE PAGES ,
The tumncrnluro , us reported by the
locnl sl/rniu / porvleo ofllco , WHH us fol
lows : At 7 n. m. . 00 ° ; tit 10 iu in. , 02 = > ,
nnd nt 1 p. in. , 0 < ° .
Mr. Joseph LJorry , ofttfisllnijs , Minn. ,
IH in the city , visiting her brother , P. M.
Million , who resides nt Seventeenth and
Cumlni ; streets.
It Is conjectured that a specific may yet bo
fount ! forovory 111 tlmt llo li ! > holr to. How
ever tills may bo , certainly the belt specific
yet founil for diseases of the hlood h Avar's
Harsaparllla , and most diseases orlKlnulo
from Impure blood.
AVntcr llotiiH Due .Inly 1st.
No difecount allowed after July 1st.5 /
per cent discount allowed on water routs
if paid on or before July 1st r.t olllco of
AMKUICAN WATIU\VOUKH : \ Co. ,
KOOI.I Id. ) , Ice ! building.
Mr. nnd Mrs.V. . I. Tcmplo roturneJ from
Lincoln Hits morning.
Jacob Cook , of the Cmlahy company , has
returned from Musc.itlnc. Iowa.
The commencement exorcises of the high
school will tiiUo place at lilur.Vs hall on Wed
nesday nuxt nt S o'clock p. m.
F. M. JJorsoy of the Campbell commercial
company hai returned from tin extended vUlt
to his parents In Washington , IJ. C.
Kttlo , daughter of Stephen SlolTcn , who
resides on L street , died of scarlet fever and
was buried in Laurel Hill yesterday.
A surprise tiarty was hold at the residence
of City Attorney II. H. Adams , Twenty - second
end street , in honor of his daughter. May.
Fay , son of Air. nnd Mrs. Morrell Gump of
Twi'iity-fourth struct , died yesterday and
will bo burled at Laurel Hill this afternoon.
Joseph Ik'llcht , an employe of the Hammond
mend company , while skinning a steer missed
his aim and nearly severed bis hand from his
Division .1 , Ancient Order of Hibernians ,
has abandoned its picnic at Waterloo on
July and has decided on Council muffs in
A sneak thief entered the dwelling of Ml s
AustaJ. Clark , 'J-II7 M street , and stole fl !
and a handsome gold rinp from the room of
Cvrus Martin , n boirder.
Judge ICIng fined ChrU Guldlcc , a stiletto-
carrying Italian , 10 and costs for assault and
attempt to kill John M. Locclinor , an em
ploye of the Cudahy company.
Hov. Father Moriarty , pastor of St. Agnes'
church , has completed arrangements for the
picnic to bo given to the school children nt
Spring Liiko pant next Thursday.
Wednesday night about tl o'clock three or
four cars attached to an ice tr.iln broke
loose , and hacking down trac-K No. 4 crashed
into u number of cars that were sidetracked
opposite the Kxchango crossing. Four cars
were totally demolished.
The police court was crowded when Judge
King called uu the case of Anthony Crow for
attempting to shoot ( . } . Slcgel last Tuesday
afternoon. Slegel refused to press the case ,
and the judge lined Crow $20 and costs and
remanded him to jail until paid.
Visiting stockmen from nil parts of the
west say that thov are having too much rain.
Unless the wet spull ceases the corn will bo
stunted nnd the vegetables choked with
weeds. Warm weather Is absolutely neces
sary just now to make the crops a success.
Dr. Birney euros ctutirrh. Bee bldp
M'OII lA'CUDD Y OX MINING.
The K\-Iiill.in ( AKcnt'lVIlHoCDukotu'H
Dr. V. T. McGlllycuddyof Rapid City , S.
1) . , is enthusiastic over the great possibilities
of the Illack Hills and fully agrees with
Marvin Hughltt , president of the Nortb-
wcstcrn , who declared that It was the richest
httlo spot on the face of the globo.
"You see tno Hills only include a atrlu 100
miles long by about seventy wide , " said the
doctor , "but they are older than the Kooky
mountains , of which they nro not a spur , as
is sometimes claimed. Wo have undoubtedly
every known metal somewhere la the Hills ,
but the tin is what is attracting tuo most at
tention just now. The tin nuno * nro around
Harnny peak and cover a strip about six by
twenty miles , lying In the shape ot a curve.
"The Harnoy Peak mining company , com
posed ehiolly of Enclish cnnital , own loss
than half of this tract. Each claim is 'U'Ox
V > 00 feet , nnd about a jenr ago thov had ( JOO
of those claims , to which they have smco
added several. They paid all the wav from
n few hundred to several thousur.fi dollars
for each claim and have been developing
thorn since l sr ) .
' Thfiy woikcd for n long time near the
surface to discover the extent of the deposit ,
but are now going down in several places to
n depth of 000 feet. Thev wanted to bo sure
of the slo of the Held before putting in
costly reduction works , and nro now delayIng -
Ing the woik of reduction until there'is
enough ere in slpbt to keep thorn running.
"Tho mines could not bo worked prolitably
on a .small scale any inoio than n small pack
ing house can compete with a largo ono.
What the httlo ono wastes is the prolit of the
big ono. The ere will not yield over 2 per
cent of the black oxldo of tin , which contains
nbout 75 or SO per cent of metallic tin. This
would bo a very small percentage for n small
plant , but a big ono can make a t ! per cent
yield a bonanza. The Cornwall mines vicld
more than that , but they are now so "deep
that they are not paying. The built of the
tin now comes from Malacca In the East
Indies , nnd it looks as If the Eng
lish capitalists tried to get hold
of all the Itlack Hills mines to
hold it back enough so us not to Interfere
with the other mines , or they might have
hold back so as to got it all before working
any. The Ulack Hills supply Is practically
Inexhaustible , and they have given up trying
to got It all. As soon as they bought ono
claim , another was found just as good , and
thov can't control it all , though half a do/on
men of modeiate moans can't operate a mine
to compote with thoni. One thing is certain ,
nnd that is that \\o must have cheap labor In
the tin mines.
"The now railroads In the Hills will do
much to maUo mining moro prolltablc. Here
tofore ere that has not .xleldod ! 5 or f0 ! a
ton has not paid to haul to the reducing
works , but with better facilities for trans-
portatlon this ere can now bo worked nt a
nrollt. This very thing has retarded the
development of the Illnck Hills , but the ob-
Mruetlon is to bo rcmovoJ. "
Dr. Blrnoy cures eniarrn. Boo bldj.
NcliriiHkn Grand tiDil o TranmiotH
Mtioli Unutlno | ( IIHIII > HN ,
Uho masonic grand lodge "convened yes.
torilay morning , but the committees not being
ready to report very Httlo business was done.
On recommendation of the committee on
dispensations charter * wore ordered issued
to the following lodges : Curlton lodge at
Carlton , lihuiug Star lodge at Durwoll ,
Golden Sheaf lodge at Randolph , Koman
KUL-IO lodge nt Vender , I'lalnvlow lodge at
Plalnvlow , Uoldon Fleece lodge at Chappull ,
Nnpthalia lodpo at Ulllor , Parian lodge at
The lodge was then adjourned until a
o'clock , Post Urn ml Master John J. Mercer
announcing that the past master's degree
would bo conferred nt U o'clock.
The following past grand masters nro pres-
cut : Hobort C. Jot-Ian , D. 11. Wheeler ,
Martin Dunham , Uootgo W. Llulngcr , C. K.
Comant , J. J. Mercer of Omaha ; William K.
Hill of Nebraska t'lty ; James A.
Tulloys , Hod Cloud : Samuel W. Haves ,
Norfolk ; Uoorgo 11. Franco. York ;
M. II. Ueese , Watioo ; James It. Ualn , Falls
City. Post Cirand Llomitv Masters Henry
Hmwn of Omaha and I * P. ( illlctto of
Deatrlco are also present ,
The following are present as representa
tives of Omaha lodges : J. u. StatTord , K.
\ > , Uallo.x. A. L. Meyer , O. M. Nnttingor ,
William Clohurne , L. M. Andt'rson. t : . P.
Southwnid , N. IJ. Apple , Kamuul J. Uoden.
T , Iv. Sud borough , V. S. Hayoi , W. W. Key.
lor.The following Is n complete list of thosn
present as representatives of lodges outsldn
of Omaha : Herbert C. Freeman , James
Uood , Nebraska City William J. Jones ,
llruwnville ; U AUeo Hurt , Dakota Cllv ;
\.V. Leonard , PUlumouth'j Charles F.Calu ,
Full * City , UUwla N , Grour.cll , J. W. WuifT
Fort Cnthoun ; James W. Chadattck , IMO
tiraska City ; J. li. Jones. Kulo ; jcorgo
W. Hoywood , Peru ; Peter I ) . Den-
noy , George A. Storey , Fremont ;
George IJ. licnnctt , W. II. Holmes , Teciiin-
soli ; H. H. Wilson , Alex H. Ilutton , L. D.
Woodruff , Lincoln ; Edward C. Jackson ,
IJIalr ; Munroo C. bteel , Beatrice ; William
11. Krause , West Point. James A. Titus. No-
mnhaCltv ; Alfred HI'ler ' , Mllford ; Frank
K. llullnrd , North Pintle ; Charles F. Kol-
Hns , Ell A. Uarncs , Grand Island ; William
D. Fletcher , C. C. Cannon , S. C. Webber ,
Schuyler ; Hiram U. Leonard , Falrbury ;
Frank G. Simmons , Seward ; Edgar
Howard , PnptlHou ; Peter W. Hays ,
Humboldt ; John A. Ehrhnrdt , Stanton -
ton ; lOnos J. Hnnchett , Juntnta ;
James Ulnsmorc , Hebron ; C. W. Mills , Har
vard ; John O. Moore , Pulmyrn ; George W.
Kern , Kearney ; Joshua Vnmtervoort , Salem ;
George H. Van Dnyne. J. H. Oinsmore. A. K.
MarshHutton ; Diuld McElhiiincy , A. K. Van
Sickle , Hastings t George W. Osterliout , T.
U. Movers , I ) . II. L'oloman , David City ; Peter
Hamming , Arlington , C. \ \ ' . Hronson , James
H. Tulloys , Red Cloud : Henry A. Guild.
William M. Oyler. Lincoln ; D. A. Holmes ,
E. H. Tracy , G T. Speecker , Norfolk ; Gcoivo
i : . Cbilcote , York ; C. II. Sheldon , G.
H. Splece , Columbus ; M. L. Ellsworth , Har
mon Cillkcson , A. A. Cressmin , Wahoo ;
John A. Kills , OilcansJohn : F. Ivut/ , Orange
Stott , Lexington ; W. U. Illggert , Phlliipi ;
JauiL's S. hluckUtnn , Joseph II. Grimm , \\il-
her ; L. L. S.itder , Osceoln ; 11. R. Spuncor ,
E. Champion , Firrh , S. W. ChrUlv. John
WhUtcii , lldirnr ; M. b. Wildlsh , Aurora ; ' ! ' .
U. Rcnslaw , William , Knceland , Sterling ;
H. K Hanson , Carl Roben , N. D. Jackson.
Ncllirh ; Janus II. Cidduoll Hooper : J. M.
I'eck , Friend ; JnmcM J. Mclntosh. Sldnov ;
William E. Hatch , 11. H. Maishall ,
J. P. Ulack , nioormugtoii : Jacob
mum-bush , Nelson ; Arthur A.
Ladd , Albion ; Jacob L. Ilardlu ,
Mark Uutlor. Geneva : L. A. Wnrron , Rising
Citv ' ; C. E. Forbes , St. Paul ; C. E. Hunter ,
H.'P. Shumwnv. Wnkclleld ; J. C. Hedge ,
Fairliohl ; W. W. \ \ right , Uluo Springs ; M.
Ennls , Doniphan ; U. Ctinniburs , Nmbruru ;
H. C. McIIiion , Thomas R Ashley , Decatur ;
T. D. Reid , Davis W. Randolph , H. E.
ICnapp , Fullerton ; N. M. Ayers , J. S. Phel-
bin , IleuvorClty ; D. II. Harris , Honnott : R.
L. Tele , O'Neill ; Joseph Jones , Utlca : C. S.
IJailuv , Shclton ; A. E. Hnracs , I'ouca ;
George W. Hill , H. M. Puller , Waterloo ;
Charles U. Coniti , J. C. Work , Ord ; A. E.
Winter , O. P. Nuwbranco , Wyinoro ;
Joshua Robertson , Steele City ;
J F. Kempcr , Table Rock ; J. H. Mooney ,
Arapnhoe ; R. E. Hutler , Ashlanil ; Albert
Thomas , William H. Loacock , Do Witt ; J. T.
Scxson , Springllcld ; William E. Ivlmball ,
Madison ; Franck C. Evans , Wisner ; J. P.
McKnlght , IJrainard ; A. H. Fair , Hardy ;
W. Frcedoll , Doichcster ; M. Dowllng , North
I cnd ; F. L. Neelcv , Wayne ; Albert Curtis ,
Superior , W. H. Hock , Odell ; J. H. Dcrgc ,
Indlanola ; D. Campbell , T.V. . Eustlco , C.
P Edwards , Auburn ; N. A. Williams , J. M.
Kennedy , Genoa ; George S. Osborne ,
J. C. Green , J. L. Johnson , Stioms-
burg ; R. H. Palmer. Min-lon ; I. H.
Hampton , Guide Rock ; I. O. Martin , W. A.
Ganison , Uluo Hill , G. II. Miller , nutler ;
W. A. Ivimson , Elm Creek ; E. A. Richard
son , Clarks ; G. L. Gieen , McCook ; C. C.
Mcl'licffon , K. W. Van Hoiisen , Long Pine ;
J. M. Harclny. Burchard , W. T. Hamilton ,
Oxford ; H. E. Stein , Clay Centre ; J. C.
Doanc , Western ; I. N. Clauett , Johnson ; E.
S. Sears , N. K. Redlon , Noith Loup ; A. P.
Urink , Cedar Rapids ; T M. Lentor , Man-
croft ; Gcoigo P. Rhea , J. I. Rhei , Holdrego ;
J. A. Rico , Stuart ; A. Morgan , J. II.
Thompson , Biokcn Bow ; A. M.
Babcock , E. H. Lcet , Tobias ; N. Fodrca ,
Cambiidgo ; J M. Ilixon , Valparaiso ; R. H.
KirL-y , E. E. Harding , C. H. Palmer. Llb-
crU : J. M. Alden. 1'icrco : A. D. Pierce.
Davenport ; D. L. Cramer , Ewlng ; 1' . M. i
Pritchard , A. L. Miller , A. W. Crltos , Chad- | r
ron ; E. M. Searlc , Ogalalla ; W. C. Parker ,
Reynolds ; C. Krumback , Shelby ; J. F. Polk ,
Greenwood ; J. Smith , J. L. McDonald , At
kinson ; A. G. Keys , BaniestoiuB. L. Cnam-
bi'rs , Elwood ; J. W. Riilgoway , Cuitis ;
J. M. Bnkcr , Rushvillo ; A. B.
Johnston , Mason City ; I. A. Coleman -
man , Merna ; J. Frntu ; Grafton ;
B. F. Nell Stratton : W. C. Billiard , Culbort-
son ; C. J. Stevens , E. L. Cleveland , Ansley ;
M. Finch , IIa , > Sprii.gs ; U. B. Campbell ,
ShicKley ; J. R. King. Benkelmau ; M ,
Thomas , Ohlown ; T. D. Shurtx , Alliance ; C.
C. Stanley , O. B. Tubbs , South Omaha ; F.
G. StiU'obauer , Daubury ; G. II. Prime ,
Grant ; George W. Lord , Ulysses ; C. Ral
ston , Co/.ad ; J. Roddy , Gibbon ; S. E. Doug
lass , Grandy ; J. T. Price , Scotia ; W. T.
Bullis , Valentino ; II. B. Benedict , Leigh ; J.
J. Bridges , L. C. Kurtz , Courtland ; C. H.
Johnson , C. E. Hoffman , Gordon ; W. It.
Willinuth , Stockvilio ; J. Look , S. C. Oaks ,
J. Locke , Gresham ; C. A. Towl , Imperial.
Atthe afternoon session an amendment
was introduced to the by-law" , making H a
Masonic offense for n Mason to lease a buildIng -
Ing owned or controlled by him for saloon
purposes or to alloiv the same to bo done.
This was laid over for ono year under the
The grand lodge proceeded to the election
of ofllccrs for the ensuing year. Before tno
election was completed the lodge was ad
journed until & p. m. , at which time the elec
tion was resumed , resulting in the selection
of the following ofllccrs : Bradncr D.
Slaughter , Fullerton , graml master ; . Samuel
P. Davidson , Tccumsch , deputy grand roas
ter ; Lewis A. Kent , Minden , grand senior
warden ; J. P. A. Black , Bloomington , grand
junior warden ; Christian Hartman , Omaha ,
grand treasurer ; William R. Bowen , Omaha ,
T.ho grand lodge adjourned at midnight
until this morning.
I'lantern Mar Olllcers.
The ejection of oflicors of the Nebraska
grand chapter of the Order of Eastern Star
was hold Wednesday night. Yesterday
morning Most Worthy Grand Matron Rans-
ford Installed the oflicors chosen with im
pressive ceremonies. They were :
Mrs. A. M. Billings , Genoa , grand matron ;
W. N. Nason , Omaha , grand patron ; Mrs.
M. E. Musselman. Osceola , grand associate
matron ; George W Keen , Kearney , grand
associate patron ; Rev. II. A. Guild , Lin
coln , grand seciotnry ; Edwin Davis , Omaha ,
grand treasurer ; Mrs. M. K. Osgooil. Tccuin-
son , grand conductress ; Mrs. Kate E.
Batsby , grand associate conductress ; Mrs.
W. D Gallup , Norlolk , Adah ; Mrs. Rose
Galbraith , Hebron , Ruth ; Mrs. Alvlison ,
Omaha , Esther ; Mrs. M. A. Hurtlgan. Hast
ings , Martha ; Mrs. Leo , Kearnov , Elcctn ;
Mrs. Lane , Lincoln , warden ; H. M. Kokjer ,
Clarks , sentinel ; Tin-ton. Lexington ,
chaplain ; Mrs. Roberts , Rising , marshal ;
Slovens , Gratia Island , lecturer.
This completed the business of the grand
chapter and it then adjourned.
The next session will ho hold at Grand
Island the second Tuesday lu Juno of next
DoWltt's Little Early Risers ; b.-u Httlo
Ills for dyspepsia , sour stomneh , bad breath
Hound to I'itm'c.
The Police Relief association hold n short
meeting last evening. No business of Im
port unco was tronsacled. It was decided to
hold the annual police plcnio about the mid
dle of July , but the exact dale was not agreed
The Norfolk Bt-ot Siutir Co. are in
need of women to work in the bcot
Holds. Apply to J. G. Hamilton , secre
tary , Norfolk , Nob.
Now Ijlno to UL-M .trolit > H.
Commljnelnff Sunday , May 81 , the
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway
will establish n through line of Hleoplno-
earn between Sioux City and DOH .Monies
via Madrid. Passon fors from Omaha
u ndtiio west can loa\o Omaha nt ( li0 : ! p.
m. , secure Moopiiifr car tu'onminodations
and arrive in DCS Molneb nt fl a. m. lie-
turning , leave Dos Moluch I.lu ) p. m. ,
nrrtvo OinuhaHM.'ia. m. Dining oars on
both trains. Ticket olllco , 1501 Fnrnani
Btroot. F. A. NASH , Gen Agt.
J. K. PUKSTO.V , City Pass. Atft.
FlBiirefl Slum- Decrease In flic
Ins County Valuation.
The jtato board of equalization has com
pleted the assessments of the railroads.
palace car nnd telegraph companies for the
present year and turned the papers over teState
State Auditor Benton. Yesterday that gentle
man transmitted to County Clerk O'Malloy
the papers showing the amount that each
road owning trackage In Douglas county will
pay Into the county treasury.
The llgurcs on the assessment are as fol-
CAH COJIIMNIE" .
Totnl ? ' .iS.lfllO
_ . . . . . .
The total assessment of tuo county Is as
ICallro.uln . 5772,011 SO
1'nllm.in p ll ice cam . 4.21134
t'nlcm 1'aelllc p.il.icooar- ) . 2,739 .VI
W-ignoi pil icu cars . 1.4'U ' 23
lines . ( is ,
Total . $7UO.Uii : 23
Last year tlio assessment upon this prop
erty was us follows :
Kail roads . W.IKi o
Teli'Kr.iph lino" . ll. I'M ' 40
I'ullmiin cars . ; IKJ : bl
Total . KSV i 01
For assessment purpoios tlio figures this
yo.ir show a gain ol V-'IT.-'t ever those of
Don't Keel \Voll ,
And yrt you are not side enough to consult n
doctor , or you icfrain from so doing for fear
jou will alarm yourself und friends wo will *
tell you just what you need. It is Hood's
Sursnp.irllln , which will lift you out of that
uncertain , uncomloi table , dangerous condi
tion , into n stnto of ( rood health , confidence
nnd cheerfulness. You've no idea how potent
this peculiar medicine is in cases lileo yours
There will ho a general meeting of the
Builders' and Traders' Exchnngo at
their rooms on Friday evening , Juno 19 ,
8 p. in. bhurp , to take in cotibidoration
what action , if any , can bo had in ex
tending to the Real Estate Owner.- , ' as
sociation the individual support and in-
lluonco of the members of this exchange.
N. B. Tlussnv , President.
W. S. WKDCII : , Sec'y Pro Tom.
A well established newspaper and job
ollico in a good town in central Nebraska
will bo sold dirt cheap if taken before
July 10. Only small amount of cash re
quired , balance on easy terms. Pub
lisher has oilier business requiring1 his
attention after date mentioned and must
aell. Address R 21 , care Boo , Omaha ,
The rciuisj Ivania'H "Keystone" K.\-
Pennsylvania is the Keystone state of
the union. The Pennsylvania lines are
Pounbylvaiiia institutions. They form
the shortest rail route from Chicago to
Now York. They therefore represent
the keystone of the railway situation ,
and what more appropriate than that
their management should bcbtow upon
their now pubsenger train , which runs
from Chicago to Now York in quicker
time than the train of any other line
without extra fare the name of "Tho
Keystone express ? " It loaves Chicago
from the hnndhomo Pennsylvania station
every day at 10 : 1 5 a. m. and roaehc.i
Now York the next day at 1 o'clock. In
the way of equipment it has all the mod
ern improvements und carries lirst class
A FH.YIthKSS WOMAV.
Mile. Cnrlottn tlio "rion QIICOII" In the
Open Arena with 1'Vr .clous IteastH.
Colonel Boone , who is now in this
country exhibiting his horde of perform
ing lions , which are pot-formed free .tnd
umnu/.x.luil in a circus ring is accom
panied by a female lion trainer a "lion
queen , " as the bhow bills style hor. Ilor
name is Millie Cnrlottn. She is not ever
twenty years old , and is said to bo as
brave as she is beautiful. She enters
the ini'losuro accompanied by her noble
putrol dog "Saxon , " and to" boo her in
the arena surrounded by half u dn/.un
thousand pound , lordly lions , directing
their movements with as Httlo apparent
concern as if they were a lot of harm-
le.ss cats , makes the spectator shudder
for tiii hibtunt. Colonel Boone is author
ity for the btatonient Unit women are
bettor adapted for performing with wild
boasts than men. Ho this 111 It mav , wo
will not controvert the remark intulo by
n lady who , upon hearing this statement
of Colonel Moone's , suggested Unit this
was a fact and that only u woman was
capable of subjugating the most intract
able of all anitiiulB man.
C'nrlottti drives this lions harnessed to
chariots , feeds thorn from her hand ,
makes tlioin postui o , dunce , leap , pHy
boc-bnw , ride tricycles and manv other
equally astonishing acts. Among the
other numerous features of the Fore-
puugh show , which Is fo exhibit in
Omaha Friday , July 21 , is the recon
structed " \Vlld West. "
XnUtrt n1i Unttnr ( em un ler till * /isa / I , Kftil
etnloeiili [ iMilitlniuil line ten cents.
01 I > IUV1 > H.Tt. Killed In wn-ok niiUiilcneo.
Mllw.iuUeu X t I'aiil railroad , tlm lotn lust.
Kiineral 1'iiduy. .lime 111 , 3 p. m. , from north-
\\vit onrnor l.UhlLfuth and Hod'.o h tree Is.
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard ,
THE CONTINENTAL. "
On Monday morning we will offer 350 pairs of Men's All Wool Cheviot and
Cassirncre Pantaloons in medium colored stripes at $2 per pair. Samples
may be seen in our Douglas street show window. We guarantee every pair
strictly all wool and cannot be bought outside of the Continental for less than
$3.00. LOT NO. 2 :
450 pair of all wool Cheviots , in dark stripes and light checks , at $2.75 , in all sizes up to 40
waist. Mailorders promptly filled. Samples of the cloth will be sent to any address , or a pair
of cither lot will be sent and if not satisfactory may be returned at our expense.
7Bc tar Shirt t
In order to reduce stock , we have decided to cut the price on our entire line of the cele
brated Star Shirt Waist , and will offer them for the present at 75c. Over JOO dozen to select
from , light and dark colors , nothing reserved. Send mail orders with postage.
CORNER DOUGLAS AND 15TH STREETS ,
Largest Wholesale and Retail Clothing House West of the Mississippi River.
Till ! } U
TNSTHUMCNTa ulacoJ on raaorJ Juno 18 ,
0V ItrlKssand Ifo to Mary Relchen-
ljcr , n 'i ' Ion , hlk'JI , So lit HO in.ilia 11,200
Jullvison Iliilloy and wlfo tot ! H HaiKer
olal. sf lots T and 8. lilk i.50 , Oinalin.
nnd n i.1 ft lot 1. bll < ( ! , Kount/o llrcl ad. y,000
II M C'HrMloto J.I liyan. lot , 5 In SMth
&t Iliislnois IM.ieo snl ) l.OM
I.ouls C'roinlilo to O J 1'leUard , lot ! .7 ,
llncKfjd I'l iti > 217
G N Day anil wlfo to K L Uay , lot ( i , bile 0 ,
.1 T Doty to O 1C I & I' liy Co. lot U anil
nnd ' , i lot I. lilU2"j , Oinitha 8,2uU
Ilalthas .U'ttor and wlfo to J M KPKOIS ,
lot 1. bile 1. Juttvi's 2nd ad to buuth
A O Kennedy and wlfo to .M 0 G.irrnrd ,
lot.'l. lIUr > i , SiiithUmiiha 2,400
KK I-\tson to Uaa Gray , lots 0 and 10 ,
blkj , liilvcvlo ( t')00 eacli ) . . 1,0X0
1 M l.inidcm : vt al to Kate K .Mooics , lot
111. llurr O.ik 2,000
GV l.ooinls and wife to 1C Wllartos , lot
S. Oak IIIUNu. S 40J
A .1 l'oiplolon | and wife to roppleton
I'atlc ItulldliiK assocl.itlon , lot J" , b.k
2 , I'oppluton pirlf 000
I'opplt'ton Park Iliilldlni ; assoolatlnn to
G \\llco\ \ , lot 17 , bllx 2 , Pupplutim
\V W 1'liolps and ivifo ttil'lilcni o , Koolc
Island \ . I'aullio rullnay conipany , und
't lot 1 to 27 , Union sub and an 8 foot
btrln adjoliilnir 33,000
W \ \ I'liulps and wlfo to C'lileauo , Hook
Ishmd it I'acllle T.illway coinpiiiy : ,
1 % J nuros In swnw IU-14-K ) and ilnht
of nay over curtain lota nnd blocks In
Albright's Annex Uiontli Omaha 23,708
W W I'lii'lpt and wife to Chicago. Itoelc
Island & I'amilc railwaycoinp.iny , nnd
it of 10.Jii ( ! : ncrc-1 In b ne ll-H-1.1 , U acres
In MV nw 10-14-13tinil rllitif ; way over
certain lotun'Mjllia In MUIIO 68,538
HS Hood \virotoAitIiurKait.lotsl ,
2 , 1'liind ' 2iLblk a , lot 14. b k .1 , lots 1
and 2. blkMotslO and 13 , blkll. lot
2J. blk2. AlbrlKht's Annex to South
Omaha , and lot 5. bile 10. Hrfes I'laco. 1
T U Ward and wife to I , T tp.insli'r , lot
0 and w 4 lots , bile 8 , Kountze Place ,
lot U. bile 1. Foster's add , and lut.1 ,
Terrace ad 1
QUIT CIMIM DEEDS.
Omaha Investment company to A A g-
boit , lot 7. bile2 , La Votu 1'laco. . . . . .
E Ij Illorbower , special master , to D V I
Sholes , lotll , bikl , Walnut Hill . 1,801 j
Total amount o"f transfers . SI53b > .G j
No Riiplng , no nausea , no pain when Do
Witts Little Earlv KUor. are ta coa. S.u all
pill. Safe pill. Bobt pill.
UcolHlon In Favor of thn
Atllwaukco & St. "l > ul Ily.
The now nnltico bloopiti" ; cars of the
Cliicng-o , Milwaukee & St. Pmil Ry. ,
with electric lights in every berth , will
continue to leave the Union clopot ,
Dinulm , tit 0:20 : p. in. , daily Passengers
taking this train avoid transfer at Coun
cil JJlull's , and arrive in Chicago at 9:30 :
i. in. , in ample time to malic all eastern
connections. Ticket ollico , 1501 Farnum
btrcot. F. A. NASH ,
J. E. PKISTON" , General Agent.
City Pasbongor Agent.
Yellowstone park is beyond all ques
tion ono of the world's great wonders ,
and the Union Pacific excursion in July
will ho the event of the season. Ask
your nearest Union Pacific agent about
The annoyance of breaking
lamp-chimneys need not * be
Get tough glass chimneys.
Macbeth's " pearl top " and
" nearl jrlass" are toup-h
against heat ; they do not
break , except from accident.
They are also clear , trans
parent , not misty or milky ; they
fit and stand upright ; shape
and proportions are right to di
rect the draft upon the flame.
They costea little more than
rough and rrorong chimneys of
common glass that break con
GEO. A. MAcnrni & Co.
ka o mr.kea 6 gallonu.
l > ehiri.iis , tparVlini ; , and
apprtUlnic Hold by all
dualrn HI ! /itonutlful
1'ictuio Btxik and cards
bent tn an ) one ndilrcbbj-
O. i : . HlllKK A Ct' .
MICltQIIKIUl.t.KK U KIDII 'H I1KUM
'lOll UUtci iilldlseilios bcciiupo Itklllj
Iliu inltiuuo .4-ucrm. I'ut up nnd rolnllwl In f. . Ic
nnd | 5 ultot , tlio Wltor 'i 1-2 Kiilloiu Kent uny-
wluiro prupuld on rrvi-lpt of Prlto url' o ll \\o
l uo n KUiiiMiilL'ii to euro 'Ilio pulilktrnilo nnd
loliLvri mipplU'd by the lioodnmn Drue lo. Mr-
Coniiltk.v l.und. Omnlin ; 0 A Mulclier , lluwnnl
Mjurnniiili : J Miykoru , Siiutli llmnh. A.I ) 1 os
ier und M I' hills , Council llluil- .
Ni.lict ) to Cfiitraoii-s.
Not Ice Is liPitsliy iivi | > ii tlmt bids ulllhn riv-
colvfd liy tint Ho. ud of 1'uUli' Lands and
llulldlnu-.iil tliu ullloc oft ho. ' eorot at yi > fst iitf ,
until July Kitli , I lit , at lU'oMufk noon for the
LTt-et'on ' and eoinplutlon t tuowin .s. Ulttla-n
and laundry liulldliijt furlliu lim.inu Asylum
nt Ilastni M. Ni'ljr.isl.u Illds will ri'i'ulM-d
fur tlio.irlons biaiirhO ! , oork und mater
ial anil IIHII fouiilelii | Mel.
I'liuoi and spuullh'atl HII > niav Im Hi'Cii nt the
olllcu ( itliuCoiiiiiiN-i ( | > iiiirii ( riilillLI.uiuUund
llnlldliii's ut Lincoln , Nrlir-isK.i , and a No at
thu olllco or l.M. . r.llls. Architect. Uinuha ,
I'ontraetdiH will bo required tn ronfoiin
bliletly tu u iidltluiin of tlio iucllluatloii < < .
Tim Hoard resurvuh thu rUtit to icjLxl any
and all bldH.
Dutcil Juno IBtb. 1ROI.
A U. HUMl'llUKY , 1'res't. or Hoard
Jobu t ! Alltii , Boe'y. at Stum , ,
o i" V rT \ 1"
dl I ULL1
Nice looking affairs to wear , ain't they ? All out at the toes , run
clown at the heels , and a total wreck generally. Didn't buy 'em of1us ?
Of course you didn't. Our shoes wear better than those did. Every
pair of shoes we have in our entire stock from the workingman's shoe
which we sell for a dollar and a quarter , to the genuine hancl-sewecV
French calf shoe which we sell at five and a half [ and guarantee to be
as good as you dressy folks have been paying toney shoe stores seven
fifty and eight dollars for ] were made for us by the most reliable shoe
manufacturers in the country. Every pair we sell has the "Nebraska
Clothing Company's" name on them , and are guaranteed by us to be
the best shoes for the price that can be sold. This week we are making
a specialty of two grades of shoes which , for good solid value you will
find exceptional :
AT "We are selling men's casco calf Shoes , in narrow
medium and \vide , in all sizes , all styles of toes an <
lasts , in lace or congress that we guarantee will' '
equal any shoe you can buy for two and a quarter or
two and a half in this city.
We are selling a genuine Goodyear welt fine calf
AT Shoe , in all sizes , styles , widths and lasts , in differ
ent styles of toes , that are worth anywhere four
dollars. We sell this shoe to you with this guar
antee : If , after wearing , you have any cause for
dissatisfaction , we will either return you your
money or give you NEW SHOES FREE.
A Cause for Coolness.
We are selling Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers [ shirts
with either French necks or silk bindings ] , that are
worth thirty-five cents , for .
We are selling Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers , in two
different grades , or Normal Mixed Shirts and Drawers
( shirts have French necks and silk bindings ) which are
sold for fifty cents everywhere , at .
We are selling tan or flesh colored Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawers ( shirts silk bound ) or handsome gray Shirts
and Drawers ( shirts with French necks and silk bind
ing ) that you will see sold for seventy-five cents usually , for
We are selling silken finished Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawers ( shirts with French necks and solid silk
cuffs , worth a dollarand a quarter of any man's
money , for . EACH
Gntno culled tit 4 o'clock.
LniUca' lulmlssioii to all piirts , 2.ric.
BOYb'S Opera House.
Saturday and Sunday , Juno 20 and 21.
OponliiK with n
CHAM ) DOLL M.YTINKK.
KnifiiKi-mcnt of tliu wonderful
CllAHI.KS nnd MAK'IHA , The World a r.Tmilcat
Mind Jlumlcrs und Suoouil felBht Sour *
THE ONLY ZANZICJ ,
1 ranch .Mnulclnn
In her Illkturlciil IlupruduUlmi , Kntltlud , ' HI.AC u
Alir " Anil
Duncan Franz ,
In UK W'indorriil Hpirll Citlilniit
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
CUIIHT llth und 1 unmm htrccU.
\MI.K : UIMUM : I.VIMI.
I.A llii..A : [ MI.VMH uud ln-r wonderful
cird-i > luylii duir , Mill" .
MiiSuit DOUIUtl.TTI , thu slronwo t man
ono , ir Hi.
A miilchlobs rnmimny of inusloil iirt'ftH '
and rniiir < IUiin. lliMiitliul uulruhu8i cliuriu-
dancuis and tlinrlv SDL.'H
, OM ; in MI : ADMITS TO AM * _
Manhood" ' Res t o r e d .
A victim of youthful lmi > rudi'nco cmulng I'ruum-
lure licnir. Nirv u UuOllUjf , I.UDI .M.inlino - !
hut Inn trluit In vain uiur known remudy , him
dUuitirvdailmiilo - - IIOMK KHMKIIV -
Nu drum orvlvrlrlcUuinbuKi Nature ] own cum.
liiToct linnieillnlo und | iermanunl. Itetoctlon Im-
U iiayifor cuiuineto Irvatmont mid euro
eniiililu eulvd.iuuujr aUdivii. U J
NO OUR.EX ! NO IAY. .
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
Many ionr ' experience. A ri-k'idnr Kr.nliiatit In 11 rctlrlno as illploiiiiif ihow I till trentlng with
it IK all Si-rvoui , I'lininio unil 1'rlrnto ll.uiinu < A | iariiiiiiiant cum uunruiitri'il for Catarrb.
pcrumKirtlirou. l. ' ) t.M nliooil boiiiliial Wu ikiiuu , NlKht I mo , Inipolaicyi > lilll btrlctiiro. nnil nil
dUei et of Ilio Illiinil , rtkln an.l frlnary Oriniu N II I Kunruriioo t-l lot ovi-rx caiu 1 unilorlslie ftinl fall
to euro Cdnsultntlon tivn limik iMyitcrlui o ( Ufa ) i nt ( ruu oulou liuum-'Ju m toK p m. Huua r
10 n m to 13 u. bond ilamp for ruplr.
DR. BAILEY ,
A Full Hot of Tuetli on llubbar ,
lur HVK llol.l.Aiw A porfmit
Ntvuarnnla il. Teelh inlnictul
wltlionl pilu "T Uniiitor , mi I
* llliunt nniiuntliullri liol.l MI I
llvor IIMIiiin t 'V ' > rutl , ,1" " " ,
Hrnl/n mull mwnork. . 'luolh
_ _ oltliout plut All wurk wnr-
0FlCE , PAXTON BLOCK , IbTH AND FARNAM
Entrnnco. Ititli muol cloyator. Op u uvcnltui
Lr-AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY" '
In rolllnk our rmiuoiiiuii tpi'i liiltliH Al inyi
I'li'lillnc I1' " H > I I " "i1"r ' ' I.Uhlur Mnirlii
Dlino Hunk sun lu. iiAiiit tin pviinlio nlomo n id
( lliiiut. nml our I lu H mi Wi.'niU fur iiuitiiu , i i.r
. . | " fruli " inrlluJorc. . . ulnr
of ni.ik'lo nuiclll. urcnll mi
miSpeola ty Oo.
llo llu lulu. , llii.alin , N'.b
Knall.li IHomon.t Illonil.
re Hw.ji ullttu I DII nk
rmil.l tor CMi/itatr * alii IH * i
m I Bran I lu Krd > dl ( , M o..ulll \
III if ! cl wim till ill.boo luke
nuulbrr. A < A tmitma luJiriluV
IUHI un I ( > il jlieni ilUiti IHl orixil lit.
lo U4mt fur jiulleuU'i u > ilm UU tut
Midler fur r.dln."wl.llir by rtlmr *
1UII. 10.000 TMllmo UH HtmjfifiT
JI o Hqu 5 ,
1'tolUJ * , t' .
U. a DEIJO3ITOH , OMAHA N'SI
Cnpltnl , - - - - $4OOOOO
Surplus Jan. 1st , 180O , - Cjy.
Onicun nn.l lllroctorHo , rrV Vfttei I'ruildaiitl
1 unliS. Ituud , VIou-i'riMhhint. Jnniui W HaTWii. W
V.MnriiiJnlin b ( ollln < It I' luiuliu , J .S.U .
I'utilckV II. S llniiiiiit , cmlilor
TlLKlliC N liANK.
( ornor 12th nud t nrnniu ) ! !
A CfiTiulltiiiilln , llok rcvaTrnniii < el
INTEREST PAID ONDEPD5IT5
5EICGR IDTt-55cIUUDLA55T5 ] ,
DIRECTORS' A UWYM/VM-C W.NASU
iNlMltlARD CUV C BARTON C H.LAKC.
A POSIT IVE andperminent CURE ( or all
URINARY ORGANS. Cur.i
tuliiroothirliettmint till t.Fulldittctiont with eieb
bolllo Price , on dollir. bto ilgnttun ol E. U
VMNU For Sale Qy All
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