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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , atAY 31. 188S.
JONES' ' JUNE JUBILEE ,
The Month of Roses to Open With
a Grand Banquet.
Tlio Crcnins , Ncclnrs , Cnkcs nml Con-
feet Ions Composed nf Juno Attlro
for Gentlemen The Opening
* on Frhlny.
Ono of the most Rcnornl talked of
events lit Omnbn for the past four wccUs
hns been " .Tones' May Festival. " On
street curs , la hotel lobbya mm on the
street It wonderful tittrnctlons were
4 discussed and complimented. While
the people were busy buy in p the bar
gains the tireless proprietor was making
masterly plans fora greater and grnnuor
event to follow it which will culminate
to-morrow in the opening of
' JONKS' JUNE JUBILEE
which will be a sale extraordinary of
fine clothing and furnishings at prices
usually quoted for trash. Only
now and desirable styles fresh from
eastern factories will bo olTorcd and in
every instance qualities will bo gutir-
rnntced strictly as represented. Iho
, Jones style of doing business is to tell
the truth without exaggeration. An
important feature of this sale will bo
150 FINEST TAILOR , MADE SUITS
for dress and business , including the
latest styles in Prince Albert's in light
and dark colors of cassimcrs and wor
steds suits the equal of which tailors
would charge from $35.00 to $40.00 , all
$15.00 PER SUIT.
In many instances these suits fits
as wcllJl as if made to order ,
and will give the best satisfaction in
wear. Choice of entire lot only $15-
In two other lots will bo sold 100 fine
all wool suits in light and dark colors.
This season's choicest patterns. Every
suit warranted to give satisfaction and
trade , from all wool Scotch cheviots and
fancy worsteds and finest grades of cas-
Bimeros in two lots , at $7.60 niul $10 a
suit. With every suit purchased on
Friday a line light weight Derby hat
. will bo given free of charge. One of
the special bargains in this clothing
will bo men's line silk finish mohair1
coats mid vests , in crown tan and cream
colors , regular $5 garments , $2.9o.
Men's strictly all wool finnst quality
light weight Hummer pants , neat stripes
and choice colors , worth $5 , at $3.50.
Gents' llannollctto summer < ; oats and
vests , neat patterns in stripcsandehccUs ,
nt the unprecedented price of 79c.
Boys' strictly all-wool mid fast color
> Cochoco llannel blouse suits , all colors ,
* ' plaited and sowed with sillt ; two lots ,
* worth $ -1 and 85 , and boys' ircnuino As-
sabot cloth Norfolk areas suits , ages 4 to
,13 , regular ? 5 quality , entire lot at $3.60.
Gents' line imported balb.rigsun underwear -
wear , shirts with French necks , regular
75c grade atWe. . Gents' bnlbriggnn
underwear , line gauge and cooil quality
shirts and drawers , all sizes , worth GOc ,
at ItSc. Men's helmet hats , made of
duck , and seersuckers , all colors , both
soft nnd stitr , tops worth 75c , at 12oe.
Boys' fancy cloth turban hats , worth 50c ,
and boys' fancy braid straw hats , worth
40c , ittSte.
Gents' extra fine Gorman half hose ,
nil siv.es , stainless , durable and soft
texture , 20c ; gents' scarf tics , made
from the neatest patterns of fancy
lawns , per do7.cn , only 2oc ; gents' fancy
lawn folded tics , neat patterns , 12 for
Similar bargains in every department.
Mail orders promptly filled and cxprchs-
ngc prepaid on orders of $5.00 and up
wards. L. O. Jones , American clothier ,
1309 Fnrnam st.
KNIGHTS OP Pl'TIIIAS.
Union I'aolllo ,
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE , "
ll faoll through tickets at one faro for
the round trip , from points in Nebraska
nntl Kansas to parties desiring to attend
the meeting of tlio Supreme Lodge ,
Knights of Pythias , to bo held in Cin
cinnati , Ohio , Juno 12th to 10th inelu-
bivo. Tickets good going Juno 8th to
13th and returning Juno 13th to 10th in-
clusivp , frith continuous passage only in
Stop ut the Glebe hotel.
COWKOYS FOR A I > AY.
Two Incipient llordur Heroes Re
turned to Tliclr I'arrntH.
Two young gentlemen who have yet to bo
s' como older before they may throw oft p.ircn-
' tal restraint , drove into town Monday night
f _ like incipient cowboys , trappers anil Indian
fighters , such In fact a < 5 they had read of in
the western novels , whlclj It seems long oecu-
pled their attention. One of them wns
loaded with a magazine and 1111 arsenal which
would liavo bent the backbone of a mule.
The other was ferocious with revolvers and
dirks uiul 11 lasso , wliilo bath rode ponies
which had been taken from their fathers'
barns. They were bound for the far west ,
but thus far their inr.p has been laid out only
to Fremont. Ono was named Elton Roberts
nnd the other O. liarton of Louis , la. They
stopped at the residence of E. Clayton ,
Twenty-seventh and 1'ierro streets , and Unit
gentleman telegraphed their parents , who
answered to notify tlio police and detain the
runaways. Sergeant Mostyn responded and
caught the youngsters early yesterday mornIng -
Ing us they were about to mount to continue
their jounjoy. Their parents were notillcd
nnd the bcouts were conducted homo lust
Dr. McGrow. Rectal , urinary & priv
ate diseases only. Room 5 , Barker bl'k.
Shetland pony for sale by Gcorgo A.
Kcolino , Council Blull'ti.
TO S/VI/r Li A UK AM ) 1UOTUU.V.
The Union Pacific.
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE , "
\V111 sell tickets from all Kansas and
Nobnibkn points for the special ex
cursion to Salt Lake City and return ,
Juno Oth , at ono fare for the round trip.
Tickets going good live days , and ro-
turmng fifteen days , extreme limit
thirty days. Stop-over privileges al
lowed within these limits. Parlios do-
fcirous of visiting Gurllold Beach , on
Great Salt Lake , the famous watering
place of the west , should improve the
opportunity now offered.
Hold Kor Ills Crime.
W. Johnson , who is charged with the un
natural crime upon llttlo Pr.mk Moollcr , was
the last case before Judge Uorlca Tuesday
afternoon. The fellow stood up with his
right hand iu Ms pants pocket , while his left
nervously fumbled an old blouch hat. Ho
shifted hia weight uneasily from ono foot tote
to the ether , but p.tid little attention to the
reading of the charge against him. When
naked whether ho wanted to bo examined , ho
'Town up to burglarv , but I didn't do that
other. I never did that in my lii'o. "
There was no charge of burglary , nnd the
hold "that other " to bo
jirlsonor was on , ox-
umincd at 8 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Johnson had anticipated a prosecution for
theft. Ho was arrested by two private citi
zens , 0 , E. Harrctt nnd lr , Jenkins , while in
tlio room of the foimicr stealing u watch , and
was taken by them to tlio central station ,
Jlu bus been identified by n lady as a man
Wlio rapped ut the back door of
tor liouso und on its being
IpouO'J made an indecent exposure of his
/orhon. This occurred but a few inluutos
tcforobis capture. His appearance aimi > rf
lit : description given by uirolhcr lady who
had n similar experience the \lny before.
Johnson tins been Identified by Mocllcr as
his assailant , _ ; ,
Stop at the Glebe hotel.
Union 1'nclllc ,
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE , "
Will sell through tickets to St. Louis ,
Mo. , to bartics desiring to attend the
National Democratic Convention , to beheld
held at that place , on Juno 6th , at ono
faro for the round trip , from points in
Nebraska and Kansas. Tickets going
good Juno 2nd to 6th , inclusive , and re
turning Juno Oth to llthinclusivogood
for continuous passage only in each di
When yoincomo to Omaha stop nt the
Glebe , the best located $2-a-day hotel
in' town. Between 13th and 14th streets
Drunk or Crazy Which ?
OMAHA , May 23. To the Editor of the
Bnn ; What Is the trouble with Mr. Fest-
ncr's editor ! Is he habitually drunk , or has
lie gone clean crazy ? Those who know him
say that ho is n great "crank , " but of late ho
has given symptoms of the jimams. ] For
one , 1 want to know whether Mr , Fcstaer ex
pects to Impose on the Germans of Omaha
such n lotof swlllas that fellow li constantly
pouring out through the columns of "thconlj
German dally in Omaha , " as he calls It.
Last week ho treated his patrons to a longwinded -
winded lot of buncomb about the schools ,
and ho charged , point blanl : , that the present
school board was elected by a combination
between the schoolmn'ms of Omaha nnd E ,
Itosewatcr , and that a lot of soft Jobs were
given out to people thiouRh this combine ,
nnd that they doiiothing but loaf around the
streets. He nlso charges that lioscwatcr has
always opposed Germans in the school board
nnd the employment of any German la con
nection with the schools.
This Is such a plain pack of falsehoods that
It is hardly worth while to notice the matter ,
because everybody knows to the contrary.
I , for ono know that the editor of the LII ! : :
nmilc n personal effort for Mr. Schmidt ,
president of the German club , when a
vacancy occurred la the board last sum
mer.This demijohn cranlc charges' that Mr.
Uosewator hat made a bargain with Joe
Hodman to sell out Hoimro.l on condition
that Redman should stop his agitation of
Jefferson square as a location for the city
hall.He further makes out that the Bnn is op
posed to any German in public employment.
Such stulT Mr. Festnor's patrons arc getting
sick nnd tired of. I can't conceive what this
thing Scribbler is up to. Why don't ho go to
somebody who knows something ubout this
matter before ho opens his Jaw IA I
Smoke Seidenberg's Figaro and get
the best C-cont cigar in the world. Max
Meyer & Co. , wholesale depot.
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE , "
Will sell through tickets at rate of one
fare for the round trip , from points in
Nebraska and Kansas , to parties desir
ing to attend tlio National Republican
Convention to bo hold in Chicago Juno
10th. Tickets good going Juno ICth to
lHh ! , and returning Juno 20th to 25lh
inclusive , with continuous passage only
in each direction.
Stop at the Glebe hotel.
I have opened my Woodruff granite
quarries and can fill all orders of almost
any dimensions. Rock can bo seen at
stone yards of Win. Tyler. Lincoln ,
Neb. Tues Puicr : .
Tjady School Hoard Candid utcs.
Tea ladies met at the First M. E. church
Tuesday afternoon to receive and correct
the report of n committee appointed by the
Woman's Suffrage association to select a
numocr of Indies suitable for candidates as
members of the board of education. The
committee was composed of Rov. T. M.
House , General Esterbook , Mrs. O. A.
Joslyn , Mrs , Orphla Dinsmoro and Mrs. C.
S. Montgomery. They failed to put in an
appearance nt the appointed hour , and after
a half hour of chatting the ten detailed two
of their number to loolc up the delinquents.
The committed reported the following ladies
as eligible nnd available : Mrs. Alma E.
Keith , Mrs. Eleanor Dailey , M. IX , Mrs.
Orphia Ditismore , Mrs. Abbic Van Count nnd
Mrs , Fannie AUa Walker , all of them tax
The Suffrage association decided to present
these names to the political parties nominat
ing candidates , with a request that tlio
women be givOIi 0 representation by placing
at least ono of the lu'C names above- upon
their tickets. Failing to receive ti.t ! recog
nition. the association proposes nominating
an independent ticket of its own.
The .State's Schools.
A circular containing statistics In regard
to the condition of the schools of the state ,
the number and kind of buildings , the tdach-
crs employed , the indebtedness for the main
taining of the schools and general facts
about the educational machinery of the state ,
was received yesterday by Secretary Nut-
tingcr of the board of trade. It contains the
The total indebtedness for the state shows
$ lr,29.ir.riU : ! ; the total monies In the hands
of the county treasurer is f l9l.oriS.21. There
nro CO ! ) sod houses , ill stone , lt > 3 brick , 3fi , > 4
frame and 100 log school houses. The vnluo
of the school houses is shown to bo 3.1,551-
S3S.tl ! ; school sites , $ lU:2a,4H.Sl : ) ) ; of books
and apparatus , ? 170,7)8.10. Total resources
for the year , $3lU.Ul4.b2 ! ; total expenditures ,
* ; iltiU.b'J. ( Paid to mala teachers , ? J05 , .
001.5:1 : ; female , ftMi'J , 174.34 ; paid for build
ings , f7XtlUt. ( ) ( Amount on
Oinalm Hoatmon ,
The Omaha Rowing association held their
annual inectingTuosday evening in theOmahu
Savings bank and elected the following board
of directors : 1 . II. Allen , president ; W. L.
Morris , vice president ; II. 13. Hudson , secre
tary ; Charles L. Dcnell , treasurer. These ,
together with Messrs Fall-child of the Kquit-
abloTiust company and White of Gcorgo A.
Hnaglands and Colonel J. C , Sharp , con
stitute the bourd of directors for the ensuing
year. Guy U. Doano was unanimously ro-
clected president. The season opened nt
LakelManawn yesterday . A largo delegation
from the club were present.
ThH powder nevrrvAUes. AtnarNelef tinrl-
ly , ktrftiifili rtiulihoU > hoinfii . Moio.econoiii.
lc l than the orjlnury kinds , nud i"nun'ot be sold
in e inp tlttanitli the uinlt.UuUo of lowcof ,
bhort weight nlumtlrpbosiihateiow.tes. \ \ . EoM
- " " 'WIM
VOTED IN FAVOR OF OMAHA ,
The Next M. B , GouororConforenco
Gomes to this Olty.
THE' NEWS CAUSES REJOICING.
Pastors of the Denomination Giro
Tliclr Idea of the I''nil Mennlnir
of the Decision In Our
A Ills Thing Per Ontnliii.
Yesterday noon Tun Hint received the
following dispatch from Hov. J. 13. Mnxflcld !
NEW YOIIK , Mny ! K ) . The next general
confercncoof the Methodist church is llxed
at Omaha. J. U. M\xnci.u.
Kev. Charles W. Savage , of the Seward
Street M. E. church , when informed that the
Methodist general confercncoof ISI'2 ' would
bo held in Omaha , said , with earnest fervor :
"I nm greatly rejoiced to hear It , and I
would like to record my liich appreciation
of the work done by the committee wo sent
to secure It , The general conference will bo
one of the greatest affairs thnt this section
of the country could have U has never be
fore been held west of Chicago. That city
seems to have the power to get almost any
thing It sets Its heart upon. 1 suspect tlmt
the members of the conference want
to come out here nnd see the great
west. A great deal has been
said In the eastern papers about
the wonderful growth and progress of Oma
ha , you know , nnd it is quite liitcly the people
down there wish to come nnd sco for them
selves. I am surprised that the conference
is coming so far west , but am heartily glad
to hear It.
"It will mean n great deal for Omaha , nnd
especially for our church. Methodism has
not prospered in this city as it should have
done. Wo have had several business failures
lost two or thrco flno properties. Wo are
not now fixed to properly entertain a largo
gathering of visitors , but now that the con
ference lias been secured wo must have n
line central church. Tlmt much is absolutely
necessary. Wo liavo the lots already , and
the coming of the conference will-bo a spur
lo pushing tlio work with vigor. It mny nlso
mean two or three other line churches. The
Methodists of Omaha need them.
I think the conference will bo of
much bcnolU to other church denominations
in this city. It will quicken Christian thought
and Christian activity. Hut while Omaha
will be specially boneiltted , I think the whole
west will bo delighted. The general confer
ence is an institution whoso doings nro of the
greatest interest to the members of our
church , nnd Methodists from all over the
west will improve tlio opportunity to attend.
Iowa will be especially pleased. Her dele
gates naturally presented the claims of Ue ?
Moincs , but , tlmt city being out of the ques
tion , they were heartily in favor of Omaha.
I think Ur. Smith of Council Bluffs wa * the
lirst to propose making nn effort to secure
the meeting here. Ho 1ms been an earnest
ally. As I said before , too much can
not bo said In praise of the cffortsof ourconl-
mittec , Ilovs. Clcndcnnin , Brown and
Dawson , and of course they had
tlio sympathy , and co-operation ol
our conference1 delegate1 ? , Dr. Maxwell ol
this city and Kev. William Worloy of Schuy-
"Great work will liavo to bo done bv the
Methodists and the citizens of Omuba , be
cause great promises have been given. I
understand our committee promised to enter
tain GOO persons for thirty days free ol
charge. Tlmt will bo a big undertaking ,
and our people will have to thow open theii
homes. The general conference will bring
y.OOO people here , I should think , and I don't
kno.w but : v great many more. They will
stay four weeks or inoro.
"I look upon the general conference as one
of the finest ecclesiastical bodies in l\m \
country. It is the grout law-making powei
of the M. E. church. We have a discipline ,
ot course you know , the body of which was
made by Wesley. Changes in it can only be
made by the general conference. It is auitc
likely nn Important ono will bo made at the
meeting in Omaha. A number of female dele
gates were sent to the present conference ,
among them ono from Nebraska , Mrs. Angle
Newman. They were refused scats , and the
question of woman's eligibility as delegate
was sent back to the church for an expres
sion of sentiment. The west is not so con
servative in such matters , and 1 fliiiHc th
ladies will bo admitted four years licnco ,
Yes , the conference will bo nn important
affair for the city. "
"If that's true , " said Kev. T. M. House , of
the First M. E. church , when told the good
news , "it will bo the greatest event that ever
happened to Omaha. It will give this city
an advertisement all over the globe. Other
bodies of a similar kind are chiefly American
in their make up , but the general conference
of the Methodist Episcopal church bo sure
to put in tlio Episcopal has delegates from
the ends of the earth. There are 111
cdnicicr.iJJ ? , representing not only every
state and territory In the uriien , but
Italy , Norway , Sweden , China , InSta ,
Japan , Africa , Switzerland , Gjrmany.MexIco
and Liberia. Why. " enthusiastically , "it
will bo tlio biggest thing that ever came to
Omaha. This city will get four years of con
stant advertising. In our church papers
and nt our miununl conferences the attention
of Methodists will bo continually directed to
Omaha. Wo liavo nearly two million mem
bers. I told you to use the word 'Episcopal'
because there nro fourteen or fifteen otr.er
wings of the Methodist church with whom
the general conferciiC3 has no connection.
Hut as ft matter of courtesy they nro allowed
to send fraternal delegates , who are received
as guests , Just the same as the fiatcrnal
delegates from the 1'rcnu.vtcrians and other
denominations ; find this will give Omaha n
place in the minds of about two million live
hundred thousand more people.
"How many visitors will there
boi Good gracious ; thousands ! Wo
have eighteen bishops , and nil who are
ullvo will bo hero. There are 0-13 delegates ,
including ITS laymen , wlio represent 15,000
ministers and nearly two million church
members. This number will bo swelled by
the fraternal delegates from other branches
of the Methodist church , from other denomi
nations and from other countries. There will
bo many laymen from all parts of the coun
try , men prominent in busincssor professional
life. Well , it is tlio biggest tiling on the face
of the globe , as n body lepresentntivo of a
church. It represents about twice tlio mem-
mcrshlp tlmt the 1'rcsbyterian general as
sembly docs , Of course , thousands of visit
ors will como in from this nnd adjoining
states , Excursions will doubtless bo run for
"Curo for them i Well , wo will liavo to
nsk the citizens of Omaha to volunteer enter
tainment , nnd these not provided for in that
way will have to go to the hotels. Wo will
hnvo to build more hotels in Omaha before
that time , and in the natural course of events
wo will have more. I believe the city will
by that titno bo better represented In the
matter of homes. There will bo more houses
and fewer roomers , consequently moro rooms
available for visitors. I nm sure Omaha will
take great strides before 1802.'o hope ere
then to liavo anew churchbuilt In amphithe
ater form and having u seating capacity of
l.SOO to U',000.
" 1 suppose the general conference selected
Omaha because Its members wanted to get
out west and see what the country looks
like. These meetings have generally been
held in tlio east. The I'rcsbytorian general
assembly broke now ground by coming to
Oinalm , and that probably spurred our people
to do likewise , "
For Soiling MortRaKCil Property.
J. H. Gibson is wanted on n warrant is
sued by Justice AmlcrbOti , charging him
witli selling mortgaged goods. The lion was
for W" > , and covered three tiorscs , three
wagons , u lot of agricultural iuiplcmonts ' and
400 bushels of corn , tlio whole valued
atSDO or more. It was given to J , W.
Squire , who bubsoiuently transferred it to
the Nebraska & Iowa Insurance company.
The latter sent a constable the other day to
taalro Gibson pony up , or hand over the
poods. Gibson failed to settle and told the
ofiicer the chattels wore sold. The warrant
Is the beginning of criminal proceedings
against the do.inquonU The mortgage hns
run for four years , und bears 10 par cent in-
Drluk-MaUo , 23 contsabottle ,
Paxlon Block , Rooms 314 & 315
Tlio following canes nro ft few out of the many
thnt have been sucoMsfullytrcntcd by lr. Smith
Blnco ho came to Oinnhn.
Mrs. D , ngcd 47 years : dark hnlr nnd eyes :
nppllodto Dr. Nmlth .May 10 : cnmplnlnod ot tno
Bollowlni } symptoms : 1'olt weak ami languid ;
vomited mucous mingled with dark masses
similar to coireo grounds. On making n close
examination , two hard knots \M ro discovered
near the pit of the stomach. She complained
of much mi8t , nnd for several months had vomIt -
It oil immediately nf ter eating or drinking. Skin
yellow ami dry ; body very much emaciated.
Diagnosis , cancer of the Htomneh. Treatment
wns commenced on May 10 , Unco days later the
vomiting had entirely censed nnd It has not re
turned. 1'ntlent has been Improving from the
llrst nnd will recover.
John K - , 14 years old ; dark hnlr , gray eyes ;
Had MiITored from constipation Mnco n child ;
stools dry , sometimes bloody nnd oftentimes
they were In round , hard balls ; dry hard stool ,
too largo. Tor the past four years had Biitrered
from piles ; complained ot n dull headache , Irri
table , sleepy after eating , Old not sleep well at
night ; dyspeptic. This boy applied to Dr. Smith
nud was cured.
JIlss 1'lant ag d in years , has suffered fortho
past three years from chlorosis ; she waspalo
and bloodless ; hod no color In her lips or cars ;
was ulwnys cold , no matter how warm the
weather might bo ; eho was always tired nml
languid ; she would get up In tlio morning feelIng -
Ing worse than when she went to bed the night
before ; she had a bad taste In her month ; felt
better in the open air ; could not bear to bo In
n wnrrn room ; her nppetlto was capricious ;
longed for xlato pencils anil chalk ; she was becoming -
coming dropsical ; her fnco nnd hands ucro
swollen In the morning : her menstrual functions
were IrreKUlnr : BUllered from nose-bleed period
ically. Miss Plant applied to Dr. Smith when
hu llrst cnmo to Umnhn , nnd Is now convales
Tlio Doctor Is performing many very remark
able cm-eg , ami tno sick and the mulcted will not
bo elicited or defrauded out of n cent. Dr.
Smith has done more for poor sick people than
any physician In this stato. Consultations free
fro. n II n. .in till ft p. in. dally , except Sundays.
Oo and liavo your health KKSTOHKD while you
hnvo nn opportunity ,
1'ooplolio nro poor nnd destitute will bo
treated free of charge every morning from 8 to
OR NO PAY.
WILt POSITIVELY CURE
All Syphilitic PI cnBC3 , of recent or l ,
In from lei lo llflocn illy * . Wo will Klvo written
Kuaiautees to euro ituy ctncor rofunl yourmonpy.
And wo wo 'M fny to tlio u who hnvocmpluyi'd the
most HilllcJ I'hysl lam.usril every known rcif.e ly
nn1 bare not beoii euro l.ttia' you nro tlio sublo'ts wo
nto lo tklnff for. You ilial liavo to"n to tu celc'
brntcil Hot ( print * of .Arkansas , mid uavo lojtull
liopo of reco\ cry , wo
lmrite. Our remedy is unknown to anyone
ono In thn woihl outtlac nf our company , nnU it Is
tlio only rcmsilr m tlio world thai will euro you. We
will euro Iho most obstlmto cn'e In loss than cnu
month , bevcn ilnyfl In recent cu cs dops tlio work. It
I'tlieold , chonlc , dr-op-sentcd cu > os that wo follclt.
Wo liavo cured liuntlroila who have 'jocn abandoned
by Physician : and pronounccdlncun 6'cand
We Challenge tin World
to brine us n ease that wo cannot euro In less than
blncn the history ot medicine , n True PpcolHo for
Hyphilltlc Eruptions. Ulcers , hurl' .Mouth , &c. , baa
been sought for but nsvcr found until
Our Magic Remedy
wni discovered , nnd wouro Justified In naylnprlt Is the
only remedy In Iho world mat will roslilrcly cure ,
because tbo lutcft niCtllcal works , published by the
bou known authorities , fcay thuro "ntis nuvcr a true
rpoclllc before. Our icmedy l the only medicine In
the world that will euro nlirn cvcrythlnit else Inn
lulled. It 1ms been so conceded by a larxo number of
Celebrated Physicians. IT MAS .NEVLH vcr HJMI.FU
rocunE. Why wu to your tlmo and money with
patent medl"lno that never had virtueor doctor
with physlrlnnstlmt cannutcuro you. Vou t'intlmvo
trtod uTory thins otso should eoico to nn now and pot
ninuancnt relief ; you never can Ret It elsewhere.
Mn kwhutwu euy : la Iho end you must tuko our
remedy or .vcvun reco\er. Ar.d you that liavo been
mulcted but M Miorl time should liy nli ji'suns couiii
t'lusuoiy , Jliiiy not hol | > und think they lire ir c
from the iiisFScC. Imlln pno. two or three years after ,
It appeals 113:1 : In In a inorB liirr.Mo form.
Invrstlzaio our financial MuudtnK through the mer-
cintllcapcnclcs und note ttini wo nro lullro pen l-
h'o and our written euaniutco arc 1:00.1 , We baton
K'jMKIiv prepared on purely bclimtmc Principles and
wpwlsli to repeat tlint It NKVEU FAILS TO CUIIE. All
letters sacredly confidential.
THE COOK REMEDY CO. , Oinnlia , Neb.
llooms 10 niul 11. U. P. National Bank , 12th nnu
rarimm Bts. Cnl'era take elevator on fnrnarn
Street ; to second lloor. Koom 11 for ladles only
a man for groaning when he lias
ithcumntism or Xvurulgin. The pain
is tiniply owful. No torture in the
ancient times was more painful titan
these twin difcas-cs. liutoiichtn't
n man to be blamed if , having Khcu-
inntism or Ncimilgm , lie wont use
Ath-lo-pho-ros , when it has urcd
thousands who have biilleml in the
same way ? It has cmcd hundreds
after physicians have pronounced
"Tho eVill of five pliyelcUns could not
euro roe of lUioumntium which liad nettled
ID I ho hips , neck and shoulders. Bo Intense
u iHlliti pnln lint blep wan almost iiniius.
uiblu 'Ilia tlrut dose of Atklopboroa save
luo relief , and Ilio third enabled mu to ilevp
fur four and a half hours without uaklntf ,
1 continued Itt use. nnd am now well , "
llr.v. H. II. TUOVjll : , New Albany. Ind ,
CiySenil C cents for thctxautlnil colored pic
ture , " Moorish Maiden. "
ME A THLOPHOROS CO. 112 Wall St. H.Y.
to ho ImmlniKKOil Iu the
jiurdiaso or articles of ncrobslty
in the household , we feel It our
ilittto hound n note of warning
to tliosn who beck remedies for
the relief of the aches nnd pains
Incident to this hcai-on of the
> ciir. Tim ( iroat nnd uroulnt , '
iioiitilnrily of II.S | : > ON'S 1'i.AhTf.it
liiiH teiujifed uiLseruimlous innn-
iifnoturers to oiler ninny nrtli-
iHhHbtihstltntinim nnd Imitations
of that valuable icinedy , hence
\vo would ndvlsu these who wish
to M'cnro nrompt relief from
folds. Coughs , llonr euebs , 1'leu-
rlfiy. ( 'host I'nlns , Hclntlcu. Uhrii
iiiatlsiu , I.tiinbogoiind llackitcho ,
ADVICE ? to ciuofnlly nvold worthless
iilnsters by always asking for
ilnNHON'H and let no pcrMiaslon
hy the dealer Induce you to ac
cept uny other plaster.
"The Overland Itoulc. "
lias so arranged its Family Sleeping Car
service , that berths can now bu reserved
upon application by any ticket agent to M.
J. Greevy , Pasbenger Agent , Council liluIVs ,
Iowa , 'I lie reservations when made are
turned over to the train conductors taking
out such cars , to that passengers can now
secure berths ordered , the same as a Pull
man berth is reserved and secured.
J. S. TKIHUST.S 15. J , IKMAX.
Gen. I * . A : T. Agent. AWt U. 1' , A : T. A
OMAHA , NKH.
GREAT REMEDY ,
6OIO PV AIL CRUCOIT
Crab Orchard Water Oo , Louisville , Ky.
WEAK * 'ifTerinafroni of ilia tf-
jj EfEEuI ioii.iMlyilxiiy. lo t
MjAuhuod . etc. 1 will M.HU a talmlilf iribtlMi taltd )
containing fjull j-ntliulJin-f-jr liuiuu cure. lri ot
UNUSUAL OFFERINGS ,
The great demand for tlio Ten Dollar Suits wo placed on sale last vrook , lias induced us
to take additional lots of finest Cassimero Suits worth from $15 to $18 , and will continue their
sale at Ten Dollaas for this week ; Never before , not oven with broken sizes and odd lots at
the end of the season , have such Suits been offered for such money. You can not match them
anywhere for less than $18. Other houses wait until the season is over , to cut prices. WK
WANT TO SELL Now , and in making such unusual offerings right in the heart of the season ,
wo have two objects in view. Reduction of stock and to make a name for us , as the cheap
est Clothing House in the country. The greatest bargains that have been offered this season
will be found during the coining Aveek in our Boy's Department An absolute cut in price
in many lots and some goods will be sold away below the cost of manufacturing them. We
mention particularly 2 lots of Boy's knee pants Suits ; one a fancy striped Cheviot , the
other a fine dark grey Pincheck Cassimere Suit , both strictly all wool and free from shoddy.
These Suits are worth fully $5.00 , and could not bo gotten elsewhere for less than that ; we
offer them this week at $2.75.
Many other of our choicest Boy's and Children's Suits have been marked down , and
while we can not guarantee all sizes , we do guarantee most surprising bargains.
Toworrow , we shall place on sale another largo lot of those 95c blue Blouse Suits with
fine embroidered collar. The first lot didn't last long ; our Boy's Department is on the second
fioor , entirely separate from Men's clcthing ; it is the largest and best lighted Boy's Clothing
Show Room in the city. The elevator takes you up , and we would bo pleased to have every
lady call and examine the remarkable bargain we offer , whether intending to purchase or
One Price Only. No Deviation.
Corner I4th and Douglas Streets. Omaha.
DH. E. 0. AVEST'B NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT-
MKNT , a guaranteed speclllc for Hysteria , Dizzi
ness , Convulsions , 1 Us , Nervous Neurnlgla ,
Heailncne. Nervous I'rostrntlnn. caused by tlio
nso of alcohol or tobacco , W'nUefuluess. Mental
Depression , Softening of the llrnln , resulting in
Insanltv , nnd lomllnif to inlserv , decay nml
dentil. Premature Old Ago , llnrrenness , Loss ot
} 'ower In either sex , Jnvolnntary Losses and
Ppcnnatorliica cnuseil by over-exertion ot tlTo
brain , self-nbtiso or over-indulgence. Knch box
contains ono month's treatment. 81.0 ! ) n box , or
six boxes for J5.00 , sent by mull prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
AVIS GUARANTEK BIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received by
us for six boxes , accompanied with to.OO , we
will send the purchaser our written guarantee
toiofundtho money It the treatment docs not
effect a cure. Ounrantees issued only by C. 1' .
GOODMAN. Druggist , Solo Ascnt , 1110 Tarnaia
Street. Omaha. Neb.
IVho from 5 llr. Itpiorimco orco ' \ Imre Brrloudy drafnfi !
HitlrVllnlllTor fUWIIIoied Hnlr Ncrinua SjHrnin , ami vlo
i. o IncapHcltnlM I or" 'M fl f Duties or Llfo cau fiii'l a
perfect restoration la
Health , strength and Roliutt Munlitxut In tl a
_ . -
U M In Cltry French llofplliu Head 11:0 : emloitcmintl In
" The New York World" ot > ept. 3. " 'I ho Tilbune i Kmnwr"
. "Th Oou'te ( < le Iloplnflj. " of June , IttS. und
tfry large roeillcnl Join nnl.
Free Coutuluilon bjr .Mull or la Fcrcon with our Rcorc nlud
ConiuHlns Board. .
roll ien m iiiilcMr rtitored to VOUNQ MEN ! " >
tnrouru 1- oil ? , \lr or Irtiotftnce 1 e Wrakeiiraund lutlllttul
UietrHerTou b > itrnilftU > ] Drtiied nil utiTat illh IrTonrrs'
to OLDER MEN wlio" viri.itr o4 rmtucr to r ni -
tartly wt k D * l auii who end tlirmirlvrA Un Vlcnrouinrlot llr
' r"w , " If",8 ! " MAH8IID MEN OR MEN ABBDTTQ
d"J " "lr " li"rlly Uol3
wto " * " < or > t/r wliio
d wltuimpurltlet trrfUiialiilUo to&Oiptlor ,
SPLENDID ILLUSTRATED MEDICAL WORK
FRCE. FREE ; CONSULTATION ( by Mull or In
Person ) WITH A FULL MEDICAL CONSULTING
HOARD OF O PHYSICIANS.
f J-VAaiCOCtlE RADICALLY CURED WITHOUT OPERATION. *
CIVIALE REMEDIAL AGENCY.
liQ Fulton Street , New York
Itemarlcable for powerful gympa-
thi'llc tontvjllablu action and ub-
oluteaurablllty. j years'record.
tlieJjfHt Kimnmtee ot the excellence -
lence of tnese Instruments.
DRS. S. & D.
1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colo.
Df tlio Muwnm of Anatomy , fit. JxMils. Mp. Mem-
ticn of Unlvj lty College uornltal , London. II. I ) .
Gleivn , ( icmmiiy and New Vcik , Imvlnx devoted
their attention specially to tlw trcutmcnt of , > .
Nervous , Chronic & Blool Diseases
t'fore cspcxInlly tliono nrlslnjf from Imprudence , In
dia all no eutfrrlng to corrcijionil without delay ,
HUiasc * cjf Inl'vctlon and conlatlon cuml tnfcly uuj
Iprolllnltliout ute of diinurruun ilni . 1'alU'DU
wliotc caeca lutve lircn iiciilci-tnl. Imrtly trrateil or
pronounced Incuralilo. sliould not foil to write in
conrcrnlnc tliclr 8yuiitouia. All letters receive lia-
JUST POBIiISHED ,
And will 1)0 mollod I'KUR to anyinldren npon re-
rolpt or ono -rrnt ttwiin. i'rarilral 1 ObtiiMuUou on
Ktrvouilii'tiililyaiMl I'liyflral Kxliitimlon. "
' " " '
uul'ilViiHtlkul"trcIiuiu"wiicir'i ! > IJouiil Lu read Ly nil.
DRS. S. & D. DAVIES01T ,
17-12 Lawrence Street , Denver. Colo.
Kooiu 03 Tradcrg' JlulUUiiir ,
4n A MONTH can to m do wort
, . 10 Ing for ui. Agenu pc : e e4
wlio can tdruUh tliclr own liom * n4 * * <
wliololluio lo lbobutue ! > 3. Euare moiaenu.i . r b
I'raOUblr omplprou ulio. A lew ' * ? ' ? i" * W V
UioUfM. Brif.JOflSiO.V 4 Op. . j vM ia vlUiJ
jhVK.vi. JUutl ia Oai.b m
CHICHESTErYS ENGLISH lAMOND BRAND
JHE ORIGIN AL.THE ONLY GEMUIHR
BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS
> ASK DRUGGIST FOR ( JIICHESTErVS ENGLISH
. SAFELAIWAYS RELIAB1.E.TO LADIES , DIAMOND
IND1SPENSABLE.SOLD BYAlt DRUC6ISTS ? on INCLOSE 4 ? ( STAM ? ; )
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ANDTAKENOOTHCRSCESIENATURCONEVCRYBOX. IN LETTER Dr HETURN MAIL
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UHSOUCITCD WRITTEN TCSTIMONIALS AND GVR TRCHLADIES WHO NAVC USED
O tV3 AH A
MEDICAL 9 SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
W. Cor. Oth & Dodge Sta.
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES.
Best facilities , apparatus and remedies for sut
: essful treatment of every form of disease reqtiir
ing Medical or Surgical Treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Hoard niul attendance ; best liosyltal nccouimc.-
uations in the west.
WHITE TOR CmcniAKS on Deformities nnd
Braces , Tnitses , Club Feet , Curvature of tin
Spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , CaUrrli , nror.chitis
Inhalation , Electricity , Paralysis , Ktiilepsy , Kid.
ney , Jlladder , Hye , Ear , SUiu nnd Mood , at < d all
DlaeasoB of Women o Spools K.y.
HOOK ON DISEASES orVOUEM FIIKE.
ONLY RELIABLE MEDIOAL IH3S1TUIB
MAKINO A erECIALTY Or
All Illood UJJCP.SCS successfully treated. Syph
ilitic I'oison removed from he system witnoul
msrcury. New restorative treatment for loss ol
. ent by mail or Croress , securely packed , no
marks to indicate content or sender. One per
sonal interview preferred. CiU nnd consult nS of
- end History of your case , and \ > f Vfill send in
plain wrapper , our
BOOK TO MEN , FREE ;
Upon I'riyntc , Special or Nervous Diseases , fCi-
vptency , gyphllU. Gleet and Varicocclc , with
( jiestlon list. Address
Omaha iledifal and Surgical Inftltuteot
DR. McMENAMY ,
Cor. 13th nd DodcoSli. . . OMAHA. NEB.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM ?
Will buy ono of
our nobby Spring
Suits in Worsted ,
flno Cuishiinoro , or
, _ Scotcli Clioviots ,
f B in nil tbo popular
\ " * wv colors und btylc.H.
Real ImrtfiiiiiH Unit
cannot full to bo
appreciated by tlio
are awnro tlmt i > f-
nro liu'Rcly advur-
tibed this suiifion ,
but all of thorn
cannot Ftand the
@test of close in
spection. Wo able our customers to
oxaniino our Block , and thus satisfy
thonihelvcB of its quality und our
Or tbo Liquor Habit ) Positively Cured bj
AdministeringIr. Hulncs' Uoltlcu
It can bo dron in a cup of coffee or tra with
out the itnonlrdce ot tlio person tukliiy It : aliso-
lutclr harroluf s , uud will effect a permanent nnd
cpredy euro , \vlietlier the pattuot U a modcntta
di Inker or au alcoholic wreck. Thoutands ol
drunfcardR hkve bern made teiupej-ato men vrlio
have takcti Uoldtn Snecltlo in tnclr coffee vrilli-
out their knowlcdeo nnd to dujr bvlleva they
uult drlnklntr of their own ties will. It never
oa ' 1 n < 1 With tbo
. .toodKiilcteJ fit
Who -WEAK , NEHVOUK.
nu8TKIFIti > nwny his VE OIl of I1 I > Y ,
drains upon the FOUXTAI.NH of I.EFE ,
JIEAI > A'1UK ! , nAfJHAOIIE , Oreadnil
Dreamt , WEAUKEHS nf Memory. HASU-
FULHESSln HOOIKTY , 1'IJHIM.ES upon
the fACK. and all the ES'B'KCTH Icndlncto
EARLY HKOAYftnd perhaps COJ S M1 .
TION or IMSAWITY. should consult at once
the C : iEnilATii > Lr. ) Clarke , Eftnlillslied
1R5I. rr Clarke hai made KF.RVOIIH DE >
niLITV. CIIItONIfl and all DUcaiei of
tbo E.MTO IIKIXARY OrpBiin a 1,1 fa
fl'Udy. It makes NO difference WHAT you
& & /e tnkpn or WHO has failed to euro you.
liar to their BOX can consult with the nbsuranco
of tpoedy rcllof and cure. Send 2 cents postage
for works on your diseases.
t& BcnA 4 ccnU postage for Celebrated
Work * on C'lironlr , nervous and Ucll.
eolo Diitascs. Consultation , personnl'y or by
Utter , frc. . Consult the od Iloclor.
Vliouinuils cured. O HI em and parlors
privnto. au-Thoso contemplating Marrlujo
wnd for JJr. Clnrkf'n celebrated culdo
Mt le nnd Feninlp , each 15c. , both 2io.
( tarar ) . Hcfoio conflrtlng your ca e , consult
J r. CI.AKUK. A friendly letter or rail may
lave future cuflcringand shame , nnd tdd golden
years to life. as-Book "Hfo'n ( yccrct ) F.r.
ror , " 60o. ( stamps ) . Medicine and writing !
sent cv rywhere , eccure from exposure.
noun , 8 to 8 ; Sundays , ! < to 12. Address ,
, F- CLARKE , M. D.
108 SO , OlQTk St. . OHIOAUO. ILL.
NOWS THE TIME
To hnvo your filnuli como to
KAXSAS AXH > MMEICAKILA.
As Kn&lcrn lines will dell tlclets : nnd run
SEMI-MONTHLY LAND EXCURSIONS
"The Overlnnd lEouto. "
Tntll July 1.1S83 , tickets bold for these excur
sions will bo fiopd thirty ilnyo for tlio round
trip nnd citn bo us6d ten ilnys KoliiK. When pur
chasers nre ready lo return , thtas tickets will lie
Bood llvo iliiyn for tlmt pnrpone. If purchaser
wluli to Htop short of ilt'Btlimttim on our lines ,
nKcnts will mump tickets good to return from
J.8. TiauiUTS. Oi-n. I'&T. Afiont.
K. L. M.MAX. bs't 0.1" . & T. A.
OMAHA , Niil. :
S. K. FELTON & CO. ,
* * mum
And Mannfiictiircrs' Agents for
WATER WORKS SUPPLIES.
Of nil descriptions.
Hydraulic Engines , Surveys. De
tail Plans and Specifications.
Furnished on Short Notice.
dee. Stag's ' Billing , Fourth Floor ,
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
To Glasgow , liclfitst , Dublin ami Liverpool
From New York Every Thursday ,
Cabin passage US and ? tt > , nconrdliiK to location
of utnto room , Kxcurblon iti-l to ( X ) .
Steerage to nnd from IJuropo ut lowest rates
AUSTIN 1IAU\MN i CO , ,
' KlllrondHftNew Vorlc.
Gcn'l Agents , Kl-llrondHft- ,
JOHN JIUUBN : , Uni'l Wfbttrn At'ont ,
Itil Handoliih tit , Chlc-ago.
UAltllV K. IIOOIIKS , Acent. Oinah * .
neduccd Cabin llutea to Glu 'ow Exhi
"llr ft thorough knowleJfd of tb * nituial !
nblcli L'nvcin tUo operation ot dlicittun auilnutrl *
HOD , and Lr tar f Jl [ > pilc tlonot th Biio Mrupt lUe *
of wclltclcctvit COCOH , Mr. Uppi bat iraUitd oat
IrnkUtt utilei nillia dtllnitcir Ctrc.rcd Urernjg
1 m r tur * vi uaar Ue fj 40ct r ; bllli.lt In
br tLo Judlcloui me ol lucu aiilclci of diet Ibttq
cousillutlon may bo 0raUu llbuf i uptiDlll clrvoji
rnougb lo ruilil orcrr ItuliLCt to dlluyt. "up.
to kltic oLerorcr ( lion u wr k yalol. We uu
MCCPO m iir a f l l tkult t > r keuplx vunelrii mQ
rorlUiJ ui'n ' pure \\aui \ cJ a vtsfti'ii nauiUiiid
frame.-Clru bunlcoOiittlt. . . .
W 'Je nwtli with LolliBf witer r milk. BoU nlf
Iu b , f ftuM tint tf Uiect.t laVetfi tl-uii