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8 THE OMAHA PATLY BEE : SATURDAY , JUNE 3. 1808 ,
HELP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
"Hear tbo Children Crying , 0 , My Brotbora ,
Ere the Borrow Comes with Years. "
STATE MEETING OF INTERESTED WORKERS
rinnn niictmert tor Baring the Vonth from
Vlolonn Allocution * and Providing Them
with Mennn for I.o full tie Honeit
I.lrei rnpen IMicuiieil.
third ftnnunl convention of the Ne
braska division of the Boys and Girls Na
tional Homo and Employment association Is
In session at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation hall yesterday. There Is a satisfactory
attendance of delegates , most of whom nro
moro or less occupied In the work of reclaim-
In ; ; children from vicious associations and
providing them with the means to lead an
honest life. The discussions yesterday
were very Interesting and a remarkable
unanimity of opinion was noticeable among
Mr. Cadet Taylor conducted the ex
ercises In the absence of the president of
the association , A. J. Sawyer of Lincoln.
After the opening devotional exercises the
Convention was welcomed to the city by
Mayor Ucmis , who spolto briefly , dovotlug
most of his tlmo to some practical remarks
on the work of the association. The re
sponse was delivered by Mr. Taylor ,
nftcr which the llrst discussion was
I- opened by Colonel A. Hngcliiml. The sub-
r jcct was "What Is the Effect of the Associa
tion of the Hoys and Girls with Old and
Hardened Criminals in Jails and Prisons ? "
Youth'i I'rogrco In 1'rlion.
Colonel Ifogelamt salil that the evil effects
of placing young , people In the com
pany of criminals could not bo over
estimated. It placed a stlpmn on them
Svhlch could never bo effaced and
to a great extent operated against any
future reformation. The youth who has
learned only his llrst lesson in crlmo was
often maclo to occupy the same cell with
the vilest and most desperate criminal ,
and the contaminating Inllucnco of ono year
of such Imprisonment was sudlclcnt to
change his whole nature. Judges would bo
glad to pro vent this state of affairs , but
under the present conditions they hail no
other recourse. The speaker contended that
the subject should bo regulated by state
The discussion was participated In by Miss
Nibble Unwell , superintendent of the Homo
for the Friendless at Lincoln , Mrs. O. W.
Clark , Mayor Qcmis and others. Mrs. Clark
referred to the fact that thcso matters were
lar bolter regulated in Omaha than ever be
fore. Tlio noilco matron took charge of all
boys and girls who were arrested and kept
them separate from the other prisoners. An
effort wns also muclo in most cases to reclaim
( hem and place them in homes where they
would luivo an opportunity to do better.
lalo HaiuU Find Wlcknil Work.
Prof. J. T. Malh'Ucu , secretary of the as-
tociation and superintendent of the State
Industrial school at Kearney , read a very in
teresting paper on the problem of .vouth sav
ing. Ho said that organization was ncccs-
eary to offset tlio Inllucnco of the street
Arab schools or notning could bo expected
but overflowing Jails and a marked increase
In crime. Over CO par cent of the boys sent
to the reform school were idle at the time of
their commitment , and a largo per cent
were unnhlo to read or write. There were
enough children growing up in mendicancy
nnd crime to subvert a frco government tm-
Jess some restraining Influences were thrown
nround them , The situation was a mcr.nco
to the future of the country , and it would re-
quiru all the energies of the churches and
their branches , coupled with the efforts of
charitable organizations , to steer clear of
The speaker believed that lack of parental
control was responsible for the greater part
of youthful vice. To offset this it was
necessary not only to jmt the children
Jn homes whoTo they would Do under
good Influences but also to continue a super
vision which should insure the best results.
To M ko Them Good by Ordinance.
Ho advocated the passage of anordinanco , in
o cry city nnd town In the state , making it
a tlrmblo offense for any boy or girl under
the age of 10 years to bo on the
streets after 0 o'clock at night un
less accompanied by their parents
or other responsible person. This would , ho
believed , result in a marked decrease in
crlmo within the next few years. If
parents would not keep their children In at
night the municipality should take hold of
the matter for its own protection if for no
other reason. Moro stringent police regula
tions for the government of youth were
necessary. There was too great a tendency
to shadow the criminal and allow the boys
to grow up in vico.
I'rof. Mallalieu's paper was orilered pub
lished , and Dr. Martin of Kearney , Mrs.
Phillip Potter , Cadet Taylor and others
snoko briefly on the subject. The program
tills afternoon is composed of papers and
discussions upon topics relating to the work
of the association.
Hero Is Something Good fur Your Itlieu-
If any of your friends nro troubled with
rheumatism have them read this :
LiYNCiinuno , Va. , April 18,1893.
I desire to say that Clmmberhiiu's Pain
Balm has cured ono of our clti/.ens of rheu
matism of two years standing. Ono bottle
did the work. This gentleman , Mr. H. If.
Parnoll , ticket agent of the C. & O. K. H. ,
cow recommends Pain Uulm to all his
friqnds. F. C. Iliama.
IN THJE F-EDISRAL COURT.
On Trial for the Murder of a Soldier Some
Minor Litigation * .
The tvlal of Private Bur-well Baxter efFort
Fort Nlobrara , charged with manslaughter ,
is now on trial before Judge Dundy and a
jury. The defendant is responsible for the
death of Private West , and the killing was
flono with a pocket knifo. According to the
story told ot the affair , there had been trouble
between tlio , two , and Baxter was endeav
oring to got away'and avoid any further
hostilities. His opponent followed him and
was striking him us ho ran , Baxter drew
Ills knife and stuiclc backward , but Insists
that ho could not sco whuthcr lie struck anyone
ono or not. llo did not imagiiio that ho had
Btruck a fatal blow , in fact that It had been
nny blow at all. llo hurried on to the of
ficers quarters and entered complaint
against West , asking that ho bo given
protection from tlio man whoso threats
Against him ho feared \\o\ihl bo carried Into
execution. Wlillo there an orderly appeared
and placed him under arrest , stating that
ho had stabbed a fellow soldier , Tha wound
had been Inflicted when Baxter struck back
ward , the blade piercing the breast and
penetrating two inches , so as to cuter the
heart. A number of olllrcrs and private
oldlcra from the fort are in attendance to
testify at the trial , both prosecution and de
fense being represented by witnesses in blue
clothes. The trial will -occupy two or thrco
Augustus C. Kcclln was brought in yes
terday by Deputy United States Majyhal
Coggcshall from Knox county to answer to a
charge of eohlng liquor to the Indians , as an
Indictment was returned against him by the
grand Jury ,
The case against John Kce , a Chinaman
charged with selling liquor to the Indians at
Ulobrnru , has been dismissed by District
Attorney Baker , because the two witnesses
gainst the defendant have loft the state
nd their evidence cannot bo secured ,
Pleas of not guilty were received Thursday
night from the following parties ; Joscphlno
Turner , charged with perjury in securing an
BOldavit on which she fraudulently obtained
pension money ; frank T. Thunder , larceny
of fUS on the Sao reservation ; Henry Schlor-
inghausen and ( icorpo A. Geary , selling
Hquor to Indians ; Conrad ( lolser , soiling
nuor without a government llccuso.
The Hclfcnstem cases were up forargu-
The guaranteed euro for all headache Is
Dromo-Seltztr. Trial bottle lOc ,
Heal Kiitato Uirncri. <
The board of directors of the Heal Estate
Owners association entertained the real
itato bureau of the Commercial club at lunch
yesterday In the New York Life building.
U'ie object of-tho meeting was to have a
Joint discussion on n plan for co-opcrntlon
between the two organlrAtlon * relative to
real estate Interests. It wax finally decided
to recognlio the Heal Estate Owner * n o-
clntlon as the central organlratlon for
real estate matters , and to co-operate heart
ily with that body for the advancement of
the realty Interests of Omaha. The Ilcal
Ms Into Owners association will also lend a
hclpine hand to the Commercial club on the
general issues embodied in the incorporation
of the latter organization , consisted
of Mayor Hcmli , Chris Hartman ,
O. H. Payne , O. H. Hoggs , A. P. Tukoy , O.
C. George. G. N. Hicks. A. U Heed , O. W.
layman , Cadet Taylor , D. C. Patterson , 13.
A. Benson , .T. T. Cathcrs and P. tt. Pcrrino
were together nt the luncheon.
IS IT JOE WILLIAMS ?
Police Think they Hnvo l.ncntod tlio
Tlio Dolico have discovered what Is claimed
to bo a clew to the whereabouts of Joe
Williams , the negro who Is charged with
having attempted to poison an entire family
some months ago. Hvcry effort was made to
apprehend Williams at the tlmo the crlmo
was committed , buf ho seemed to have com
pletely disappeared. Chief Scavcy oven sent
an ofllccr disguised as a miner , who worked
In the Iowa coal mines for two weeks , hoping
to get some track of the poisoner , but with
A negro named Alexander has Informed
Sergeant Haze that ho saw Williams nt
lloatrico Wednesday. Ho knew Williams
well before ho loft Omaha and declares that
he Is certain that the mulatto ho saw at
Hcntrieo was none other than the mur
Alexander says that Williams got off from
a box car at Boatrlco nnd asked a section
man who was standing near for a chow of
tobacco. Alexander was using box car trans
portation himself and watched Williams as
ho got back on the train until they arrived
at Fairbury , where the latter got off again
and wont up town. Ho did not say anything
about his discovery at the tlmo for fear that
he might also bo arrested and held.
The Pali-bury authorities have been noti
fied of the suspicion that Williams was
hiding In their city , but no reply has yet
Piles of people nave pi.es , but Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salvo wlllcuro them.
DISTRICT AND CttlMINAL COURTS
Hurry Davis Auks Fifteen Thomnnd of
Omnhu'ft Money Other Cnnos.
When the section of the district court pre
sided over by Judge C. It. Scott was called to
order yesterday morning the case of Harry B.
Davis against the city of Omaha was placed
on trial with the plaintiff seeking to recover
$15,000 damages. Last October , HO the plain
tiff nvcrs , ho was driving north on Seven
teenth street. It was after dark , and about
the time wiien ho reached \Vobstcr street ,
ho drove his team into a pllo of rock that
was unprotected with signal lights. As a
result ho was thrown to the ground with
such force as to dislocate an ankle. Now ho
claimc that the city is liable and It must
foot the bill.
In the case of Walter I. Martin against the
Omulm Street llailway company , which was
on trial before Judge Scott yesterday ,
the Jury returned a verdict , finding for the
plaintiff and assessing his damages. Martin
was the victim of an accident something like
ono year ago and sued lor $10,000.
In the criminal court the Jury returned a
verdict of not guilty in the case of the state
against Charles Schortow , a saloon man
charged with having violated the Sunday
law. On the trial the police swore that
when they looked into the saloon they saw
some liquid in the glasses upon the bar and
that it looked Hko beer. The defendant
ptoved an alibi for the be 'r by showing that
those glasses contained nothing stronger
than ginger ale.
Piles of people ave piles , Dut Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them.
To bo cured of rheumatism for $2.00 , or
money refunded , ia certainly a fair olTer ;
why don't you wear a Kimball anti-rheu
matic ring1. Circulars. B. W. Schneider ,
941 N. Y ; Life bide.
TIII : KIAI.TY JMAKKUT.
INSTniWIENTS placed on record Juno 2 ,
A L. Patrick and wife to W II Wright ,
lot 13. block 10 , Orchard Hill . t 2,250
Baino to same , lot 3 , block 1 , Oreston
ndd . 8,000
J M Westrrilold and wife to O 1 Tay
lor , lot -7 , block : i , Missouri Avenue
park . 1,400
W 11 Cook and wlfo to I A Coirmun ,
lot 5 , block ! , llanseom I'laco . 8,600
E A Hmi'-oii nnd wlfo to. I A Howard ,
lots 21 nnd 22. block 23 , llun-on . 2,200
L K Itccd and wlfo to Dolplilna Hholcs ,
lolb 4 to 11 , block G , Alamo l > ln/a. . . . 1-fiOO
Patrick Klipehy and wlfo to MctJavoek
6 U'Keullo cinnpaiiy , lot 4 , block
lao , South OmtilKi . 1,100
Mi'duvock & U'KuelVo company to
1'atrlck Shcchy , lot 14. block 2 , JIc-
aavock&O'KuofTo'sh , u . 1,000
11 H Nott to Hurry Notl. o 15 foot lot .
1O and w 10 feet nnd o 2.1 fcut lot 11 ,
block 10 , Slilnn's 1st add . 0,000
MT McDotmld and husb.nd to JO
Alien , lots 2D and 20 , block 0 , Alamo
I'lazu . : . 0,000
J A Allen to IjS Keed , siuno . 0,000
li1 0 Martins to saino , 22xbO fcut Ins
end lot 1 , block 207 , Omaha . 2.DOO
II B linker and wlfo to siinie , lot 8 ,
block 0 , llanseom I'laco . 8,600
I'J linker and husband to I ; It Heed ,
lot 4 , block 0 , same . 8,700
John Mitchell to Ma 'lo Miller , no
and nlnso 0-10-10 , o'/J MI nnd sw so
81-10-10 , lots 0 nnd 7 , block 2 , Har
rier's ndd to Valley . 6
J J Curtis and wlfo to W 11 llell , lot 9 ,
block 7 , Hnnscom I'luco . 2,425
Jacob Kundls and wlfo to Samuel
Jncobs , H 80 fcot lot 11 , block GO ,
Houth Omaha . , . 100
A II Murdock to Vranlfl'lvonkn , lots 7 CTi
to 10. block G , Hymllcuto Hill . 1,000
L'runk l'lYonliaml ; wlfo to 1 KHcltzcr ,
Bumo . 1,300
Lonn Quick and hnsbund to Peter An
derson , lot 11 , block -IC'J and 18 > J-
100 Blum-sin Htouo Quarry Hesorvu.
all In Ornndvluw . , 1,200
II II Mulford and wlfo to Harmon
Hchell , lot ID , block 2 , Kcdlck park ,
lots 1 to G , block 2 , lot : ) , block 1 , lots
7 to 11 block 2 ' I'laco
, , 1'opo . 87,000
QUIT CLAIM iii ) : s.
B J Corrlfjnn to William O'lCeeffo , lot
8 , block 10 , Corrlgnu I'laco . 1
I N Watnon ( special master ) to M A
UHlesple , administratrix , Iota 14 to
17 , bluck 101 , Uuiuleo I'luco . 1,001
Total tiniouiit of transfers . e 01.4U&
IIAYDEN BROS ,
Several Special Things for Saturday and
Saturday Evening , .
EACH ONE IS A STAR OFFER
There Are Ilooki nnd Stationery , Gloves ,
Underwear , Umbrellm , llotlorr , Men't
and HojV HnU Also Ttro Surprii-
Ing ; Silk nnd Drcis UoodiUITert ,
SPECIAL SAL11.FOR SATURDAY.
50 pieces printed China silk
go regardless of cost.
Silks worth 45c a yard
nt 23o yard ,
Ono pattern only to
All new clean Bilks and choice colors.
2oo n yard.
LADIES' AND GENTS. ' FURNISH
INGS , GLOVES AND UMBRELLAS.
Gents' gauze balbrlggan shirts 15o
each , worth STic.
Gents' ' seamless sox 9c per pair , worth
Ladles' jersey ribbed vests 5c each ,
regular price 12jc.
Ladles' 20-Inch silk umb'rolla , paragon *
frames and elegant handles , only $1.50
onch , worth $2.1)8. )
Special sale of corsets for tomorrow.
World's fair souvenir spoons given
away at our glove counter with 50c and
1 case of ladies' fast black cotton hose
Oc , worth 2T)0' .
Ladies' kid gloves , regular $1.50 qual
ity , reduced to $1.00.
Ladles' line Swiss aprons 25o each ,
Special sale Saturday evening.
40-inch all wool albatross in all the
pretty evening shades , also black , will
go on sale after 7 o'clock Saturday
evening nt 33o oor yard.
Limit 10 yards to a customer.
Special hat sale for Saturday.
S2.00 , $2.50 stiff hats $1.00 ; black ,
brown , nutria.
$2.50 Fedora hat OSo ; black and brown.
83.00 , $3.50 Fedora for $1.75 : black ,
brown , nutria.
83.00 black soft hats , $1.2o.
$2.00 fur soft hut , 75c , brown , nutriar
75c men's ' crush hats,48c.blackbrown , ,
82.00 , $1.50 men's straw hats , 75c.
Sl.OO , $1.25 men's'straw hats , 48c.
75o men's straw hats , 25c.
50o men's straw hats. luc.
35c nnd fiOc children's straw hats , 15c.
Call and got our prices before buying.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Our Saturday book , sales having
proven so very successful wo will re
peat it tomorrow.
All our 25c and 35c books only 5c.
Our best note paper worth 25c Ib. for
Our finest envelopes worth 15o pkg.
for 3c pkg.
The best mucilage made 2 bottles
Lead pencils 3c per doz.
Special on leather and cloth bound
BUTTER , CHEESE AND MEATS
GREATLY REDUCED AT IIAY-
You don't hnvo to pay 30c and 35c for
butter. Wo are selling fresh country
butter for lOc , 12c , 15c , and best coun
try butter , 17c. Creamery wo have at
19c , 21o nnd 23c , nnd the separator
creamery for 2oc. Remember it is no
higher. You can get the finest butter
you ever atp for 25c. When you try it
once you will always como hero for it.
Here wo are cutting prices.
Wisconsin full cream cheese , 5c , 7c ,
lOc and 12Jc ; finest cream chcebo made ,
14 c and ICe ; how is this , young America
full cream cheese , 7jc , never sold for
losa than l'2\o \ and 15c ; Edam cheese ,
$1.00 each ; pineapple cheese , 45c' Wo
have all sizes in Canadian paragon
cUooso at lowest prices , or any kind you
may desire. . .
Wo are right in it in meats ,
handling 1 only the select goods of the
Cuduhy , Swift and Hammond Packing
Cos. . .
Sugar cured picnic hams , llo , Cali
fornia hams , 12c , strictly sugar cured
No. 1 hams , luc , bologna , head cheese
and liver sausage , 5c , boneless rump and
plato corned beef , 74c , dried beef , lOc ,
boneless ham , 14c. Try some of our
cooked boneless ham , 12ic , it is fine.
Rerabor you can got everything at
lowest prices hero.IIAYDEN
IIAYDEN BROS ,
Promoters of homo industry.
rires lit Now Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS , La. , Juno 2. Fire last
night destroyed the Homo Brewing com
pany's ' plant , a cistern factory and other
adjoining buildings. Loss estimated at
$120,000. Daniel Talmago Sons & Co. ,
rico mill burned. Loss estimated at
Piles of people have piles , but Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will cure tlicin.
"Tho ' ' hotel 21st
Madlsonfainily , ( ) ,
and Chicago. Transients $2.00 per day
Drexel Hotel , 10th & Webster , 1 blk from
Mo.Pao. & Elk. depot. Nat. Brown , prop.
Raymond & Co. , gravel roofers. 1400
See the celebrated Sohmor piano at
Ford & Charlton.Music Co. . 1503 Dodgo.
FALCONER J SATURDAY NIGHT
PorTwo HonnpFrom 7i30 to 9i30 Ooloolt
We'll'Soll 100 Patterns of
SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS GOODS
At 8I.OB rcrll'AUcrn , Fully Worth 82.00
to S2.r.O Meo' Silk Nooktloi , Vnlu
3Bo tolCOc , Alt nt lOc | Limit ,
Otto n Cuitonior.
MEN'S 4 PLY LINEN COLLARS , 100.
SCO dozen men's 4 ply white linen col
lars , 20c qualities , for two hours toino1-
row night , lOo each : limit , 1 dozen to n
4 ply linen cuffs , Ific to match.
PERCALE SHIRTS , -ISC.
This is a shirt that cannot bo bought
regularly for loss than $1.25 ; they have
percale bosoms , white sleeves and bodies ,
the very latest idea in shirts ; limit , 0 tea
a customer at 48c each.
BOYS' WAISTS 23C EACH.
This is the best value in waists wo
liavo yet oiTorcd. Some nro slightly
soiled , but nil nro actually worth 50o.
Limit six to a customer in our Saturday
night sale at 2c ; ! anleeo.
PRINTS AT 25C.
Ono case of prints , best quality , 10
yards to n customer , at 2Jo per yard.
Remnants of ginghams , sateens and all
other wash goods at half prices.
LADIES' JACKETS $1.00.
60 ladies' jackets $3.75 , S4.CO , $ C.OO and
$7.f > 0 jackets , ono to a customer , to
night nt $1.00 each. There nro only
50 of thorn , BO bo on tlmo.
STATIONERY 7C PER BOX.
0 boxes of iino stationery to a customer
tonight at 7c n box , sells every
where nt from 15c to 25o per box. All
These are most extraordinary bar
gains , especially the dress goods at $1.03
per pattern. They como In a handsome
assortment of shades and are selling
every day at from $2.00 to $2.50 per pat-
At $1.05 n pattern 100 patterns will not
last an hour.
Wo will also have three other lots of
bettor dress goods in this sale that will
bo picked up rapidly. None of these ex
traordinary bargains on sale until 7:30 :
N. B. FALCONER.
India silk dress fronts worth 83.50 go
Fancy hair pins , black , amber and
eholl , worth up to 50c , all go at 15o each.
Gilt nnd silver hair pins worth 25o go
at 12c. }
Baby brushes worth 25c at 15c.
Baby brushes worth 35c to 50c go at
Silk cord ruching , all colors , 20c per
six yards in a box.N.
N. B. FALCONER.
N. B. The weather having inter
fered the remnant sale at half price will
bo continued all day Saturday.
N. B. FALCONER.
A snap for Borne hotel man. See J
W. Squire's ad , in "Business Chances.1
CRAZED WITH ITCHING
Aiid Fain from Eczema. Scratched
Until Blood Came. Scales Like
a Fish. Cured by
I had n very bad casoof Ecrcrnaon my nock
It wa&.lust ternblo. At times it Heomed au If
It would drlvo tuo cray with Itcliliu nnd pnlu.
Through the clny It would Itch. c-utslnR mo to
Bcrutcli until the blood would como , nnd dur
ing the nlRht It would Hcnb ovorEotlmtl
would scrutuh off scales like thosa of n lUh.
Dnotorcd with the fninlly physician for ono
boubon. Ho piivoino tomiiorury rollof. but my
tioublo would como bnuic lit about the sumo
tlmo each year. Tbon I bocau usliis UUTICU-
IIA HEMBDIKS , which huvo otitlroly cured mo.
MlfcS HANNAH M. WILLIAMS ,
Lanioncovllle , Dearborn Co. , ind.
Fine Head of Hair.
My liond becnmo very sere and all my hnlr
fell out. I spent nil Iconic ] nrnUo In doctorlnx
hut nothing helped mo ; bought CUTICUHA
ItKMiiDict * , uud In six weeks tlmo my houd was
well , mid I then UROI ! the CUTICUHA for my
tmlr. I now say that there Is not n liner houd
of linlr In northern Inillnnn thnn m'no for only
a year's growth. BEULA1I O. STUART ,
Duller , Indiana.
The now blood und skin purifier , Intcrnnllv.
and CUTICUHA. the great suln cure , and GUTI-
CUIIA SOAP , the oxQiilslto skin boutitlder , ox-
torniilly. Instantly relieve nnd speedily aura
every dlsoubo and humor of the skin , scalp
and blood , with loss of hnlr. from Infancy to
URO , from pimples to scrofula , when the best
physicians , hospitals and all other remedies
Sold every wliero. Price , OUTICUHA 50e , SOAI-
2nc , HESOI/VENT II. I'roparod by the I'OTTEII
UltUO AND OlIHMtCAD OOnPOUATIlIN , IIO9tOll.
t /"How to Ouro Skin Diseases , " 01 puces , CO
Illustrations und 100 testimonials , mailed free1.
' , blnokhoads. rod. rouzh , ohnppod
Ml'IiKS skin cured by OUTICUUA SOAI- .
> . _ _ _ _
HOW MY SIDE ACHES.
Aohlni : Kldos ana Hack , Hip. Kidney
and Uterine I'alns. and HhuiimntUm
ri'lUnod In iino inliiutn by the Ciitluurik
Antl-1'iiln rinntur. Trice , 25 ccnt > .
Is unsurpassed In tlio treat
ment of all
. > Chronic , Prlvnto anil
Wrlto to or cunmlt pa tinnalir ,
TIUAT.MINT inr .MAIL.
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UOWOK , tIjt . , tA ( < / eontultlny phyilclan of tfJ
I'KAUODY MBOIOAL INSTITDTK.to nh'1
rral atvardcJ the OOLU ricnAi. by the NATIONAL
KihuutttJ Vitality. MrojvjKtriovttM < \ I'tiyiti at
VtMMy , ami olltu , . and ircaAiiru of J/cn.
nimfP tka vouiiff , Iho mUJlt-aytJ and oui.
l.llrlrX L'onAultatloa in perton ur by letter ,
UUIILO i'r08pcctu with tcetlraonlale , FKKK.
I.nrzo book. SOHINCK OK MM ! , Oil NKLF *
J'HKSKUVATION , SCO pp. . 12J invaluable prePress
Press your Neck for Spring.
D you know how lo do so properly 7
Try the Wide Band , Turn-down Collari.
We manufacture a number oi them.
Clailt Brand , E6C.I
NiUck Wid . Nitllli , Uedlum.
Caon A Co. Prand , 20o.
A irn , Wld * . Dirbor , Medium.
Cluett Coon S Co
of clothes made of magnificent all -wool cassimeres
resisting all wool homespuns splendid , stylish fancy cheviots
toney twill tweeds some worth eight dollars a suit some
worth ten dollars and many a one that would cost an even
dozen dollars under ordinary circumstances will bo placed on
sale on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock no earlier at the one
uniform price of
a suit. Among these suits are some of the nobbiest light effects
shown this season many handsome gray , brown and tan pin ,
checks stylish fancy mixtures in medium shades twills that
are English enough for "Lunnon don-cher-know" double
breasted square cuts , that are sporty enough for a "dead game"
and sober colors for the most business-like of staid old business
in the entire lot that has an approach to shoddy in its makeup
the goods being made of clear , clean wool , every fibre. The
making is thorough in every part the linings are of splendid
serge and Italian and the trimmings are substantial through
out. A year ago last
we did the biggest day's business ever done in one day in the
spring by any western clothing concern. All day long from nine
in the morning till ten at night , our store was packed to suffoca
tion by a dense throng of people , who jammed the aislescrowd
ed the counters , packed the stairway and elevator compelling
us to close our doors a dozen times during the day and evening ,
so much greater was the crowd than we could handle. . This
sale will be a repetition of the one a year ago , when many a man
who came too late , got left.
OF ALL KINDS.
WE RETAIL AT
THE ALOE&PENFOLD ( JO , ,
Stiryloal Iiifili-iitnontH ,
1'Jiyalclant'IIHC/ > Jfn7 Suppl/os ,
114 South 15th. St.
Next to PobtoUlco.
Wo will eiuil you thn miritlouil
French Preparation CALTIIOO f
fre . ml a lecal Kimrnnuo tlisli
CAl/l'IIOS will IU > torc yoiirt
31 altli , NtrttligUi * ud Vigor.
Uit Hand fay ifialisfti ,
Address VON MOHL CO. ,
fiill iniriiu lnU , CtodnoiU. OUo. I
A wholOBOmo tonlo. Delicious to tlio ta to.
Jfiratt'ful to the hloinach , rurlfjrlnit to Uio '
. ' blood and BtreiiKtheiiliiK to the t > ystein.
Unsurpassed UBn preventive or and euro for (
, -IAI.\ICIA , JYNl > ji : NIA. nnd purlieu *
, inrly ufllcacluus In canes of weakened dleos-
| UTO organs and couipllcatloua urisluf tlicre- <
' 1'ix-pnrcd principally from Herbs ,
fnuil Jtont. , UIIOMII lot- their nilrulriilile (
K i > r < i ) > orllr to rum dy turi > ldlly or Iho ,
, liver uud butvcU. '
ABBEY LABORATORY. . . , .
1428 UIESI3SIPPI AVENUE , ST. LOUIS , MO.
Cpon rccolnt of to cents to defray our exa
pen c , wo will mall to nny addrrts , postnuo -
CP prepaid , a trial bottle , containing fuurouucei , a
9 eocuruly packed In wooden emu. 5
f FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. f
" 'Ico 81 per bottlo. 85 lord bottlet , full tire a
" - - - "
terms In larger lota.
Spectacles &Q !
O , .Doctor.
The unusually fine engraving on Raymond's "Omaha
Souvenir" spoons attracts the visitors eye at once. You
should not leave this city without one.
A.ND DOUOI , U , OUVtli.
1316 Doug-las Street , Omaha , Neb.
Tlio eminent epcclallst In norvoim. chronic , private , blood , skin nn.I urinary ill oi os. A rpjiutar anifl
registered Krmlunte In rnccllclno , ni illiilom and cprtltloalui will uliow , | 1 allll tro.itln wllh tliS uroataifl
BUCCOSB. cutnrrli.lost innnhood , omliml ojkneii , nljlit IOHOH nnd nil fornii or prlvnto OlHMSOi. N < 7
mercury used. f.ow trc tmont for lom of vital powor. l'arlle miilju | to visit mo mar bo troilod nt uo
by corroipomlonco , MoJIcInu ur UiBtriiiuonti unt hr rnnll orojproHa ocuruly packed ! nu inirlci to ndl
catu contunti or i > odor. ( Jno personal Interview prufurml ( oruultatlo.i fruu ( . 'orrujponaonco ilrlctl
private. Hook ( Mrsterlcs of l.lfo ) aont free. Olllco hours , I ) a m. to U p.m. Sundays , lUo.m.tor
PROTECT AfJO EmWH YOU11 S1024T-
Our Spectacles and Eyeglasses Arc tlie Bast.
EYES TESTED FREE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ,
J. F. Ponder , MR r. OEflflHA OPTiGAL CO , , 222 S. 16th St. ftmW
THE MERCANTILE CIGAR , BETTER THAN EVER !
AIiulo ul * tliu llni-Kt iiunllly of Huvnnii ToIniRcci llincann liu.Vontrlil. Kquiil lucicry rrapcrt Killia
> tl'iJiorttx-liui-c : , Mnuufucttrodljj'j ; , It , UICUMKUCVtKTlLU CIGAlirAC'iOIlV. St
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Special DisaiSH ,
Men and Women.
fitnoturo and all other troubles treated
at roasonabla charge * CONBUI/i'ATION
I'UEIl Uallonor udUros *
DOUGLAS BLOCK , - OMAJIA , NEB
Opposite Huydcn llros.
Teeth extractor In morclni
Isuwouei laicrisj r fur oua
tame day , 1'orfec. U (
10th and Farnam Strooti ,
l T tor ua UtU iH. TelapUuua IUU.
UltllSO THIS WITH YOU
ui * IKFIOT. : TONn AND
AN AKT TURABIIHK.
OAIJj AND BXAMINU THId WOUIC II'
YOU AUfi TIIINKI.NO OF IIAVINO A
I.AHOK 1'IOTUKB MAD11 THIS STYJ.R
IN 10x20 KIM : ruAMr : AT s HXTKA
WITH EVKUY UO/.IJ.N OA1IINT.T
HIGH CLASS PHOT05RHPHY ,
AT POPULAR PRICES ,
Is uninn > iusc < l la till
trcatmout of all
and Oleotderi of nun
18 years oiperUmce.
Write for clretJi'l
ami quuttlon lltt free.
14th mid I'arnatu ( ] ( ,
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