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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE-.FRIDAY. APHID 15 , 1887.
ERINI Assistant Passenger Agent Jones , of the Uf P.I Offered an llmportant Position. A CARNIVAL OF CRIME. Iiinntjormon In Session 1'ostofTlco Newt Too Much JtcspotiHlljIIIty Kcntlns the lUicklnclnuii A Court or Inquiry , A Flnttcrlnjj OfTnr. It leaked out yesterday nftcrnoon that Sam li. .Jonca , the assistant passenger npont of the Union 1'nniflo lias buun ap- ] > onlcd ! Iho secretary of the interstate coin mission. Several days ngo Mr. Jones went cast , ostensibly on business for tlic Union Pacific. Really , however , he was called to Washington by the Hat- terlntfollor of the position aforesaid. Ho has not yet accepted the position , but those who arc well posted say that lie will give up his place as assistant passenger ngont of the Union Pacific , and will accept the llattcrinjx of fer. fer.A A friend of Mr. Jones , said yesterday af ternoon : "The position was oflercd to Mr. Jonesthrough the inllucnco of one of the commissioners , UrajjfJt ° f Vermont , who Is an old friend of Mr. Jonco , linvitiu fought with him in the same regiment during tlio war. The secretaryship of the commission is : i very important one , and will require a thorough railroad man , as Mr. Jones Is known to be. On the shoulders of the secretary of the com mission will fall all the details of dillioult , mid intricate work. Do I think Mr. Jonc.s will'accept ? Yes. " Ijiimlioriiiou In Session. An important secret meeting of the the lumbermen of tin's city was held at the Fnxton hotel yesterday afternoon. Rep resentatives of the leading lumber firms of the city vero present. The meeting was called to invite all the railroads of Ne braska and all tlieHo running cast to the Missouri river , to send representatives to hold a joint meeting with the lumber merchants of Omaha. It is desired to liold a meeting for tlio purpose of reme dying an evil which has boon forced upon local lumbermen by the now inter state commerce law. In brief it is this. The rate on lumber from eastern or northern cities to points in Nebraska is less than tlio sum of the rates from those cities to Omaha and from Omaha to tlio aforesaid points m Nebraska. To illus trate : The rate on lumber from Min neapolis to Norfolk is SB cents. Tlio rate from St. Paul to Omaha is 22 cents and thnt from Omaha to Norfolk is 15 cents , making the total rate on lumber if shipped from St. Paul to Omaha and then to Norfolk , U7 cents. As this same dis crimination applies in favor of other cities besides St , Paul it can easily bo seen that the Omahn merchants must bestir - stir themselves if they want to keep their heads above water. This discrimination applies to shipments made on numerous points on the union Pacilic as well as to points in the northwestern country , also to about twenty-live points ou tlio 11. & M. At the meeting yesterday afternoon ways and moans worediscussed to secure concessions from tlio railroad companies or from the inter-state commissioners , if necessary , to avert the dangers which threaten the growing lumber trade of this city. _ A CAIINIVAI. OF CU1MI3. Footpads and Burglars nt Work In ( bo City. According to reports made at police liea'lquartors yesterday , the sluggers and footpads did some "lino work" Wednes day night. In fact , tltero was what might bo appropriately termed a carnival of crime. ATTACKED A MlNISfKR. About 0 o'clock Wednesday night Rov. F. A. Ilarnnann , pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church , was attacked by a pair of footpads at the corner of Twentieth and Farnam streets , as ho was returning homo. One of tlio men hold a revolver to his head , while the other attempted to rob him. Mr. Ilarnnann struggled au d shouted for liolp. The man with the revolver thrust his hand down the minister's throat and endeavored in that way to stop his cries. Failing in that ho beat Mr. Harrmanu over the Read with the butt end of the revolver , inflict ing several dangerous wounds about the head and faco. After struggling withtho rulllans for half a bloek Mr. Ilarrmaun managed to free himself from their grasp and make his escape. Ho went to the olllcoof Dr. Sloman who dressed his wounds and then took him to his homo nt Twenty-ninth and Farnam streets. NEAii TUP. niroT. : A foreigner was robbed at Iho Union Pacific tlonot about 10 o'clock Wednesday night. Wldio passing between two trains , ho was pounced upon by two men who took advantage of the numerous cars to escape observation. The rullians did the work quickly and quietly , relieving the victim of a few dollars in money and several trinkets of more or less value. ' IN NOItTII OMAHA. The tootpads also did soma work in North Omaha. About 11 o'clock two of them jumped upon n man whose name aeuld not bo learned , on upper Cuming Rtreot and robbed him of a valuable watch and considerable money. A IIUUHLAUY. Borgstrom & Olson's clothing store on Faruam , next to Wilde's saloon , was burglarized by thieves , who all'ected an entrance through , the back door. Several suits of clothes , some shirts and under wear , silk .handkerchiefs and jewelry , were taken. Mr. llcrgstrom estimates the loss ut about $200. The thieves , who wore evidently two in number , had the assurance to leave their old clothes , uvon to the underwear , in the store and -substitut the stolen clothing. The cast off clothing , which was of rough , coarse quality , was takun up to the police headquarters by Mr. Ol son to-day. It did not furnish any clue to the identity of the thieves. A KOTOUIOU3 CHAUACTEU. Tom Carroll , tlio notorious thug , Is in jail. He was arrested for committing an assault upon a young man named Lewis. 11ENT1NO TUE "nUOIUXGIIAM. Shall It Do Abandoned By the W. C. T. U.7 Yesterday afternoon the W. 0. T. U. hold an important meeting at the liuok- ingliam homo to consider the question ol retalnlngthoplacofor the next year. The union has run the place for the last two years , taking tt when it had boon purged of the sin aud rottenness which had hung around it since its use as a variety divo. When they oamo into possession of tha place they agreed to pay a rental of $75 per month. This amount they were un- ivblo to raise by subscriptions and the pro ceeds of the restaurant they had located in the place. .For seine months past the union has been paying a rental of f 12 per month , and from tlio tlrst of next month will bo called upon tc pay fl&O for the same period , This is a heavy rental when the method of securing the money with which to pay It , as also tlio reformatory nature of the work done by the ladies are concldercd , The subject is one upon which it wan desired all the members net , and for that reason it was sought to secure a large attendance of the mem bers. bers.Tho The present owners of the pro perty hold that they have always been paid their rent by the union , but that the prop erty has now grown to bo too valuable to bo rented for less than the amount asked for. for.The meeting of the ladles of the Wo men's Christian Temperance Union did not result in any determination which they would give for publication. They will see the owners of the property to day , and will then bo able to determine whether they will continue the lease. At least it is the opinion of Mrs. Clark that a portion of the premises will bo re tained. _ _ Little George never told a lie. Lye was lirat used to remove printer's ink from the hands by George Washington In 17GO. Kirk's "Juvenile" Toilet Soap answers the purpose now 1837. LETTISH GO'S OFFICE. A Budget of Items Found In Its Jlnppcra. Postmaster-Elect Gallagher's bond , which was forwarded to Washington some time ago. was returned to this city yesterday. It was found to contain cer tain informalities , which were desired to bo corrected. The matter was attended to and the bond immediately forwarded again to Vashington. Under tiio most favorable circumstances , Mr. Gallagher cannot assume tlio duties of his now olHco until at least ono week from to-day , that time Doing required for the arrival of his commission. CIVIL SEUV1CE EXAMINATION. . On next Wednesday at 9 o'clock a civil service examination will be held in the poslollico in this city for departmental clerkships in Washington. The examina tion will be conducted by Postmaster Coutant , his assistant , Mr. Woodward , and Mr. T. B. Ellingwood. The whole afl'air will bo under the supervision of Mr. W. Flint. The questions for this examination will bo forwarded from the commission at Washington and bo opened in the presence of the applicants for examination. It is cxpccicd that there will be about thirty ladies and ccn- llemen who will undergo the examina tion. NO CIVIL SERVICE YET. There are now lifty-threo ucoplo work ing in the postollico , three more than are required to constitute it an ollico work ing under civil service regulations. Three of these employes , however , are hired as their services are required. Nobody , however , has seemed to desire to have the ollico placed under the regulations mentioned. This will leave the employes really at the disposition of the .postmas ter. The leeling now obtains among many of the employes that , as Mr. Gal lagher is in sympathy with tha adminis tration , any Change ho may request will promptly bo made. RESIGNATIONS. The first resignations which the new postmaster will receive will bo these of Mr. C. Brunncr , one of the oldest and most experienced letter carriers on the force , who goes into tlio real estate business - ness ; and Miss Stella Schill * the accommo dating clerk at the ladies' window. I'OSTAL STATIONS. The extension of the city limits -now Includes within Omaha the three post- otlices of Fort Omaha , Walnut Hill and Park Vale. These are now run indepen dently of the main ollico. Inspector specter Brown is now hero , and m a few days will bo joined by Inspector Spanglcr. Both of these will examine into the extension with the result , it is tho.Ught , of establishing a station at Fort Omaha , while the residents in the neighborhood of the others willbo Slip * plied with carriers. This of course will require the increasing of the force of the letter carriers. carriers.THE THE FIKST MAN. Ono man suggested by Mr. Gallagher , has been appointed as substitute to the carrier force. His name is A. J. Webb , and ho formerly kept books for Henry Homan. _ Hastings. The Mo. Pacilic and Northwestern have submitted propositions for bonds which will bo voted sure. J. D. Riley , the real estate broker , has great bargains m busi ness lots and acre tracts. Lhiwes & Foss" addition a specialty. Rooms 4 , 5 and 0 , Opera House. A COURT OF JNQUIUY. Ir Will Determine ) Mnjor Hash's lle- Bporifilblltty. Major Hash , the army paymaster who was robbed of $7,500 , in Wyoming some weeks ago by a daring highwayman , has failed to find the thief or recover the monoy. As ho does not care to stand the financial responsibility for the loss , ho has requested General Crook to call a court ot inquiry to * inves tigate the circumstances of tiio robbery and determine whether or not ho was criminally careless in not sullicicntly protecting the funds In his charge. Gen eral Crook has called the court of in quiry which is to sit at Fort Hobinson and fully investigate the matter. It will consist of General Kiinta- General Bris- bin and Major Burt , with Sergeant Ray as secretary. Captain Dawson , of tlio Ninth cavalry is on his way 19 Indianapolis , where his wife has just died. Doing Well. Dr. Galbraith , who was called to at tend W. K. TibbotH , the Union P.icilie brakcman who had his arm so badly shattered ou Sunday night last while coupling cars in the Union Pacitio lower yards , savs Ids patient is doing very well under the Circumstances. Mr. Tibbotts is in St. Joseph's hospital. 20,000 Hard Bric5T f6r sale , Wlckham Bros. , Council BlulVs , Iowa. A Bic Barn. The street car company has just com pleted a big barn tor Its horses and cars , at Twenty-sixth aad Lake streets. It Is sixty foot wide and 230 font long , and will accommodate 235 horses. It will hereafter accommodate the cars of the Grcon car line , wlulo the present barns on Park avenue will bo utilized by the cars of the Farnam street lino. Colic , bets and worms In horses can bo cured by mixing the contents of a small bottle of Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment in a pint of sweet milk and given as n drench. Whist ! The most expert players of this "finest of all games" say that the little book con taining the principles and rules ot the modern scientific game of Whist , as ex plained ana compiled by n well-known Milwaukee lady , and published by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway , as a clover advertising medium for that great Institution , Is a true guide for the beginner , and a bettor standard for refer ence for the American admirers of the game than the treatises of Pole , Caven dish , and others. No family circle or n lust club can fcol prouorly c wtout a copy of "hist and How to Play It , " which can bo easily obialned by enclosing TEN CENTS in postage , with your full name and address , to A. V. U. Carpenter , General Passenger Agent , Milwaukee , WIs. A few sample copies can bo had from Andy Uradon Pnssnngcr \ Agent Milwaukee Uoad , HOlFaruaui , KILLING AMUSEMENTS , Tlio Intcr-9tnte tiiuv Ami Its Effect Upon 250,000 People. A reporter for the BEE had a talk Wed nesday with Louis iJames , of the Jamcs- Walnright combination , which played Wednesday night at the opera house. The talk was mainly confined to tlio ofTcot of the Intcr-slato rail'oad law nuon the theatrical profess ion. Mr. James was full of informa tion upon the subject. "A move ment is being made , " ho said , "to avert tlio terrible effects which this law will have upon our profession. It Is pro posed to petition the intcr-stato commis sion to suspend the provisions of the law for ninety days , because all the con tracts between the traveling companies and theater managers were made lor that period long before the law wont Into effect. The rates of thcso contracts were based upon conditions which then existed with regard to salaries and other ex penses. Under the now law , the rate of transportation is double what it had been before , ami as a consequence , it is now almost absolutely impossible for most of tlio traveling companies to fulfill their contracts. Heretofore , railroad compan ies allowed us reduction based upon the number of persons in the company , the distance traveled and tlio amount of bag gage carried , and this reduction some times ran as high as fifty per cent , while the amount the excess of baggage al lowed enabled every member to carry 250 pounds. Certain concessions were also made for carloads of scenery. There are now about 500 combinations on the road giving employment to about 10,000 persons. There are about 0.500 theatres in the country which give employment to nearly -10,000 people. Local places of Timuscmcnt cannot thrive unless with the co-operation of these travelling companies. And yet , in those local thea tres at least 25,000 people must find em ployment. Unon this total of 75,000 actors and auxiliaries , notlcss than 250- 000 women and children depend. In the traveling companies there is invested not less than $5,000.000 , atui the opera houses not far from $150,000,000. There is yearly paid by these traveling companies to the railroads not less than $2,500,030. Under this hiw this amount would bo doubled , and would more than consume the pro fits of the year of all the companies on the road. " Mr. James in conclusion said that this showing would be made to the commis sioners , and hoped it would have the ef fect of suspending the operations of the' Jgw until the close of the present season. _ Christian Science Hcallncr. Dr. and Mrs. Yarnall will teach an other class commencing Monday , April 18th at 3 p. m. Parlors at fco North Fifteenth street. TOO MUCH ItKSl ONSlBlIjlTY. A Unsound Objects to Twins Which Are Not ills Own. A divorce suit in progress before Judge Wakoly in tlio district court is at tracting considerable attention. An ton Medjl seeks legal separation from his wife , Antonio and a pair of twins. Tlio basis of Anton's com plaint is that he was made the proud father of the two interesting in fants three months after the marriage cer- cmonv was performed. It is uo dcrstood that tlio plaintiff would not have brought suit if thc.ro hail been only one , but two ho couldn't ' stand. The defense alleges that although the date of the birth of the babies and the date of the marriage are somewhat incongruous , yet Anton is the natural lather , and that his case will not stick. How to Talk to OOOOO People For Forty CentH. Taking the established average of only our readers to oacfT paper issued about 10,000 persons read every 155110 of Tup BEE. A four-lino alvcrtlsemcnt n the special colum will cost nit 40 cents ( and 28 cents for each subse quent insertion ) . Try it. The rates are 10 cents a line for the first day , and 7 cents per line per day thereafter. J. D. Riloy. Real Estate Broker , Hast- ngs , Nob. References : City Nnt'l ' bank and Adams County bank. The Apollo Club. A number of gentlemen , many of whom were members of the Omaha Glee club , and who hayo never ceased to re gret the untimely death of that organ- ! , zation , met Wednesday evening at Lyon & Ilealy's to lay the corner stone of anew organization , built as it were , upon the foundation of the Glee club , The corner stone was laid with the usual imposing ceremony , in the dry style , and to-day the Apollo club stands in our midst.ono of our institutions. Much may bo expected from it and much will , it is thought , bo realized. The club will bo composed of twenty-four male voices , of whom the following are already enrolled : A. S. Van Kuran , A. C. Lucas , R. W. Brcckenndgo.C. L. Doucl.D. II.N heeler , jr. , C. U. Burmcster , Jay Northrup. T. J. PcnnoH , F. S. Smith , S. B. Reed. N. M. Brigham , R. R. Franco. W. B. Wilkms.J. M. Woodburn , W. t , . Welsh. C. D. Dor- man , W. li. Wilbur , II. W. Sn9W. The club expects to have for its director Mr. B. B. Young , formerly of Salt Lraco City , but for some time past in Now York , who is known in musical circles to bo the possessor of a line baritone voice , well cultivated bv years of study in this country and in Europe. Arrangements have beon.mado under which Mr. Young will makt ) his residence here about M > iy 1 , and begin the instruc tion in vocal music of a goodly number of our singers who have already engaged to take private lessons of him. A Land Suit. Louis Schiclds has begun suit in district court againt Jolm-A. Horbaeh , Matthew F. Martin and Robert II. Walker. Ho is now the possessor of a piece of real es tate on Twenty-first street which ho oc cupies as a brick yard and residence. Ho alleges thai in 1871 Horbaeh sold the property to him. three acres in extent , for something like $1,000. That bo re ceived a contract and \\i\e \ substantially complied with its provisions , having paid the $1,900 and interest in. money and material. He alleges that , despite this , Horbaeh refuses to give him a deed and has made a lease to Matthew F. Martin and Robert 'II. Walker. Ho prays the court for au injunction upon them in order that they may not dispos sess him , that his rights bo adjudged and n judgment rendered giving him title to the land. The property , us may be im agined , Is worth considerably more than $1,000. It probably could not bo pur chased by unv other buyer for less than ? 15,000. The attorneys for Shields were before Judge Wakoly yesterday afternoon with an application for an injunction against Martin and the other lessee defendant , orderuig that they bo prevented from placing a number of wooden build ings there. The value of the property is placed at ? CO,000lnstoadpf $15,000. Notice to advertisers. All adver tisements In THE BEE want columns , such as for sale , lost , found , sit uation wanted , help wanted , etc. , are published In both morning and evening edition of THE BEE. appearing In over 14,000 , papers every day. A Girl Lost. Information as to the whereabouts of Mary Jodhika Is desired by her mother. The girl loft her homo in Omaha View for the purpose of going to St. Louis to look for worknnd has not been seen since. She were a red bluld dress , black Jersey , hat trimmed with plaid and velvet , The girl's father formerly kept a saloon on 1-nrnam street ) but recently deserted his family and wont to St. Louis. Any In formation may bo left at the BEE ollico. The South Omaha Land company have appointed C. E. SI ay no solo agent for the pale of their lots , ilo will show the prop erty and furnish all desired Information upon application. [ Signed ] WLV. PAXTON. President. Ijooklnirfor Her Husband , Two morn ladies searching for lost husbands appeared in Omaha yesterday. One is Mrs. Joseph Warking , of Pine Bluffs , in the extreme western portion of the state ; and another is Mrs. Lunt. of DCS Moi ncs. Mrs. Lunt says that her husband Is a printer , and wrote to her to come hero. She is at the Woman's Christaiu association rooms. Miss LIda McCaffrey , pretty , twenty years old , respectable and a book agent , is being searched for by the proprietors of Hopi-y's ' hotel at Blair , whore she was last seen and from which place she loft for Omaha. She loft a trunk containing $500 worth of clothing and valuables there and had paid her board in advance. Her departure from that place was taken about the 20th of February. Thispowdernevervaries. A marvel ol writy.Rtrength nnd wholcsomeness. More economic tlian the ordinary kinds and annot be sold in competition w'nh the mul- ilude of low i st , short weight .alum or ihosphate powdors. Sold only 'n ' cans , loyal Baking Powder Co..106 Wall street , New York. Vosec&Sons Instruments cxchuiifjcd , rcntfd and soltl on easy payment * , below Factory Prices , Inntrumcnta slightly used at G-REAT BARGAINS. Max Meyer 4 Bro Omaha , ' 3STeb. GEORGE A. CLARK , SOLE AGENT. The BEST nnd MOST POPlJIiAn Rowing Thrcaa of Modern Times. BEWABE OF EUTATIOXS. Sold at wholesale by Kilpatrick Koch Drv Goods Co. , M. E. Smith & Co. , and by "all retail dealers. LINCOLN , NEB , Ten Ilallronds , and more nra coming. 1DO Train ; Dully. Stat university , Wesleyan University , Blato Capi tal. Most of the HnflncH Lots h TO doutilc < l In prlco In tbo last 12 months. Aero-land , within 1 miles of tbo city , Increased over two hundred per cent. Lincoln li tliecroateii Hullrovl Contar of H nee In the world. I'rlck blocks pit ? B to 9) ) percent. Vacant lots have avoruitod 1DJ per cent per annum on tint cost , for 1' ) years. . . Uncolii Is n irrcat distributing point. Some whole- eatodoitlors Imve raido iirlnrely fortune * . llnllU nn < u"lnif up In nil directions. Iluilness ncn crullr k'oud. II inker * , retail merchants , mecliunlci etc. , vottlnicrlcb. A. J. OROPSEY & CO. Itoom-ll > nicliardN ISIocIt , ' Real Estate Agents & Loan Brokers , Ilavo for tale brick block ) , butlness lots , all kinds 01 real estate. 1,2 , S , 10,23 , (0 , (0 , JJ and CIO aero tract ) farms and cheap lands. 110NEV LOANED. 1NVESTMKNT3 MADH. ItErK.ItUNCKSt-Vlrst and Lincoln National H nksOoTcrnorTbi > er , Judge Cobb , Itcr. Dr.O. K Crulghlon , Llnco s Senntor 8. M. Cullom , llllnol * kudUeuurul lieu. HtrrUoa , tndlaan. WHAT Wl For our Spring Overcoats will foe confirmed bv everybcdv has bought one from us last week , viz : THAT THEY ARE WORTH TWICE THE MONEY PAID FOR THEM. The bargains we are offering are of so extraordinary a character that the mere mention of prices or reductions is entirelv insuf ficient to convev anv correct impression of the values we pre sent * The goods are all of this season's production and are models of excellence in fit and stvle- Could and see them. We have again replenished our stock of Spring Suits by several new invoices -received during the past few days , and call par ticular attention to one line of beautiful Cheviots in 2 colors grev and brown--which we offer at $8,90 per suit , fullv worth $14.00. We regret our inabilitv to wait on all those who visited our store last Saturday and invite them to call again * We have increased - creased our force of salesmen and are now better prepared for a rush. All goods marked in plain Sgurcs and at one price. Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. OMAHA 13th St , Cor. Capitol Avenue ! " ran inn TitKATiirNT or . . Chronic fit Surgical Diseases DR. MoMKNAMY , , Propvlpior. ' tied 1'rlrato ' RTiteen jtars' uotpttal 1'rncUco Wo have tbo fncilltlci , cpparatu * nnd renedlcr for tbo eucccufnl treatment of every form of dis ease requiring cither medical or surgical treatment , And Invlto nil income aud inrcitlgntafor tbcmtclvct nr correspond with C9. Long experience In treHt Inzciues by teller enables uo to treat ouay caic ictentlfleOiy without > eelne them. WHITB FOU CIUOULAH on Deforroltlci and Brace * , Club Foot , Qurvntnrcn of the Spine UIKSASES OP Woven , I'Ilc , Turners , Cancer' , CiUflttli , Bronchltiv , Inhalation , Electricity , I'or.il- ytli , Epilepsy , Kidney , lijc , Ear , Skin , Ulood aiig nil eiURlcnl operation ! . Onttorlei , Inlialord , Timers , Trasses , an ] nil kinds of Medical and Surgical Appliances , man ufactured and for sale. THO inly rolljftTe radical Institute making Private , Special | Nervous Diseases rA BPKCIALTY. ALL CONTAGIOUS AND DLOOD DISEASES , from whatever coiisoproduced , successfully treated. Wo cm rcmovo Syphilitic poiion from the system without mercury. New rdtorattre treatment for lota of vital power ALf , COMMUNICATIONS CONK1DUNTIAI , Call andconiultus or tend cnmo nnd poit-ofllcc r.ddrcsi plainly written enclosa ntauip , and wo will send yon , In plnln wrapper , our PR IVATE CIRCULAR TO MEK I'IIIVATB , Srsoiii , ANIJ SKKTOUS SEMINAL WXAKNIIS , HrziiMATonr.iiczi , or , STPIIILIS , GoNOKniiutt , ULELT , VAIUCOCCM : , STRicTtiiin , AND AU. Di'iApm or TUE Qimro UniNAnr GROANS , or ivnd Uttory of your ca-o for an opinion , Person * nnablo to visit us mny bo treated at their homer , by corrcrpondcnco. Medicines and Initru- mcnti fcnt by mail or cxpreis SKCUHKLT PACK KD MOM OBSERVATION , no marks to Indicate contents or Bender. One iicrsonsl tnlcnrlew preferred ferred If convenient. Fifty rooms fur the accom modation of patients. Hoard and attendance cl rcaionablo piiccs. Address nil Letters to Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute ! ' ' Cor. 13th St. end CaalUUveOMAHA. . MEB. Cures scicnUflcaIlifsi > ccdHy and jicrmancntlu Catarrh , Asthma , Bron chial and Throat AJfcollons , Headache , Ui'oup , Void , Littuj ninaiftcs , etc , Pliysiciaiis Failed _ _ OMAHA , Ni n. , Mar. n , itflT. Cnrliollo Binoko lliul Co. Ountlnmcn I tuWo plt'inuro In rrccmimoiiillnir your loinoily , tlio Ciirlxillo tiraoku Hull , fur I llOllOVO It llllS RAVK1) MV I.IVK. I linvo boon lioubloil lor ycnra with vrlmt na coiiBldcrutl to bo un Incurnnlo cnso of ontarrli. Ilnvu lieon under troutmunt of dovurnl well known phyilulnns oromntm , lint could receive no > lionolll from tliain. My condl- tlou continued to crow worse , until nt Inat tlio dlsoitso begun to ivr : Tiiitouoii inn HIM- : lirUNIl OK THE NCHI ! AND MOUTH iiinkliiir tlio brcmtti very otlon- llvo nnd riiusinir Hovorftl pieces of dtciyod bono to conio from my mouth. I luvl clvon up nil hopes of over rccolvlup R euro , liut dcoldoil to try your remedy for n rollof. 1 not only roooivcd relief hut run hnppv to BtiUethuC I nm almost entirely cured , I linvo boon uMiiff the rcmolty lor uliout two months ; my Kcnernl hcnltli is nuii-li improved mid r urn pal Ml < M ! the Smoke ball will entirely euro mo. Itos. Cor. i7th& ! CilinliiK Ht NOTK-TlilsTndy 1ms raanr friends In Omnhawlio will testify to lior condition before using thoHruoko Unll. To all callers at our office parlois from 9 a. in. to 8 p. m. One "Sjuokc Ball , " tabling from ono to three months , generally sufficient. Price $2. . Onr "Dcbellalor" package , unequalled as a blood purifier , which should be tiscil in Catarrh \\hen Ihere is a dropping of mucuous mailer in the throat , or stomach disor ders , and in all casc of Asthma or Hay Fever. Price $1. Unequalled as a cleanser of the system. MAIL ORDERS receive careful and prompt attention , btale di sease and symptoms in writing Smoke H'xlls sent on receipt of pi ice , $2 , and 4 cents in stamps , "Debellalor" packages , if 1. CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO , , Jioom 11 , Crclahton BlocK , l > fh.sf. , Next to rostofllcc , Omaha , Neb. A'otj'or sale by druyylsts , canvassers or SUITS SUITS THIS WEEK SUITS Iteiiti SUITS SUITS To Our Immense Line of SUITS Suits ! Spring SUITS SUITS In SncUs uiul ' IJuttoii CtituwnyNvhlcli for ijuiillty , III , fylc > SUITS workiiuiiivliip lire iiol to ic equalled In tliN clly. 'Wo sell our goods SUITS at 25 per cent lcs tlinn oilier dealer * can nll'onl to Uo. Our $1,85 and § 0 Suits are Miiperlor to aiiylliliiK I" l c nmrlict SUITS for tliu prlee. SUIT Hullif fiinuot be clue. Our 87 Ulaeli and Brown Womleil bought AVlicro for lc > .s limn SiO ' ' Sa < A word on our line of § 1O , § 12 , I5 , * 2O and 22 SuliM , of wlilcli SUITS wo carry tlio most complete line In tlio city. Tlichc goodx are equal SUITS to tlio l > c t tullor.mado garment * , and wo guarantee a perfect lit , and feel sure a rail would b.nellt tlioie who propoxo buying a spring SUITS ult. SUITS 13OS Street.