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North NIttIi Btrcet , has maIo ( a serious chtrge : against , ( Jeorgo liruec , a SPCCktl policeman and binok watchtntn. : 1'Lto 1.yers svoiutn : asserts thtL : lirtice piakes a living by ns ssiiig the fuI1or WOX1IOfl v1io live on , : Nintli nini Iciitti trccts iiortli of Jew Ja , $1 a week cacti , for watching tlitiir . houses. To this assessnient siw says she Would not object If Ikuco paid any audi. thou to his duty. She cIunii , however , that firtice is : thmot eoiisttitIy iii her house. where there k girl with whoni he npieat to ho smitten. She says that lie col1IO3 iii almost every iiight at nitI. night atitt sometimes earlier and stays until iorn1ng. As a stirnie of the iiinri- nor In which hiritce performs his duty the woman cites the fact that ho was In her house In beth one tiighit last week when oII1cono caine atid kicked the front door doivii. 'Ihe block witehinan : took the (1dlrCIatiOfl ) ( coolhy nail did not even : gct out of bed to see what was being Ioiio , much less to catchi the man svhio $ kiCkC(1 the door in. Thin Myers woman alleges that Bruce wanted her to give Inni a key to the back door of the house so he could visit his inninorata at his pleasure. She refused to do this and asserts that lie now gains admissioii to . the room of his lady love through a back . I vindow. Thu woman sa's that this state of aibtirs has eXiStUl for some tune , but she hits IcwI afraid to report ( he fact to the marshal lest Bruce iiiight abuse her . ; . for so doing. 'rho woman is a green ¶ . German girl who ( toes not seem capable of coucocting a story like that she tells on Bruce. Moreover , her story is pretty 3 well substantiated by residents of Ninth I' ' street nut ! even by members of the plice , . somewhat with force who are acquahited Bruce's habits. * 1darshinl Ciiinniiiigs is highly indignant over the matter , inul asserts that lie svlLl take stops to have lIrucu released if the tl charges of the Myers woman are proven. ; j Itruce has a wife iviio is lying seriously . . " ilh itt his home iiear lltscalt's : lak. ) l'iio y. charges against bun will be investigated. i . AN Dl POItTANT GATII E1UNG. iy The Presbyterian General dtsoiub1y to 1)0 ) 11oII In Oiiiata Next Month. ; One of the niost imlortant rncetiiigs over hold west of the Mississippi river will be the I'resb.yterian general asseni ; , .iy of the Uiiited States which will be held iii Omaha commencing Tlay it ) and ; . continuing until May 30. The last meet * ! j lag was held at Minneaplis a year ago , ' ' at whiehi ( hue Omaha sas almost unan ! i imously chosen as the plapo for the hold l lug of the coming assombly. At that tpe ? the following c2inmittc was ap. JoIfltCi to nrt'ngo f Fthc 'omin meet. lug : Revs. Sexton , \T llarsha , W. . J. Ilarslia , lloyd , henderson , 1Itll : , Sehaiblo and \Vilson1 of Omaha ; Baird , of Plztttsmouthi ; Curts , of Lincoln ; Braden , of Fremont , and Prof. hitch- q cock , of the state university. The lay % l members of the committee arc : T. A. 51 Creigh , J. L. Vclshans , P. I. Venue , 0. 11. Ilallou 0. F. Utvis , S. iildjpg and ( leo. k Crosby , o ( Imaha ; Manley ? l Rogers , of Freniout , and J. it. Clark , of Lincoln. The lroposition mIilO by Omaha's ro ; ti resontativcs at the last general a.ssoinb was to furnish a suitable place for the hol gt lug of the meetings of the assembly and the ontertainnient ot a certain number of the commissioners as the ( lolegates are ealled. The local committee b has been very actively engaged in the work of preparieg for this inoctitig. Thin exposition building has . been secured for the meeting of ( lie assembly - sombly , and Steps taken to provide for . the accommodation of as many of the visitors its possible. There arc 275 pre- . bytories in the United States , cacti of , 'which is entitled to a representation of two in the assembly. The meeting wilt attract a large number of ministers and members of the denomination from all parts of the country. The comniitto cx- pects that at least ono thousand visitors will be in the city during tim meeting of the assembly. As the meeting will last ' over tell days it wilt give the visitors an excellent oppqrtunlty of becoming ac- I quainted with Omaha and the great btato of Nebraska. and the committee _ i will make a stiecial ofiort to induce the : } . citizens to give to the meeting the attention - tion that it ( lesorves. IN TIlE FIELD OF SPORTS. YcMtortIay's flaltGanie - The Now Grounth-Tho League Game. i About 500 lovers of the national game sat shivering iii the grand stand itt the IleiY grounds of the Omaha association yllstertay afternoon and witnessed a game between the Omaha club and thic old Union Pacific nine. There was tic satisfaction in the game for either thic players or the spectators on account elI I the cold. Salisbury and Bandlo formed the battery - tory for the Union l'acihics and playe with considerable of their alit time spirit t Coodenought Pitched a fairly strong gam ( for the Oiualiaa cud was caught by lcroh lncyei _ . The game was devoid of anj special features iunt resulted as follows , UnIon l'acllcs. . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 4 0 8- Omahias. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 0 0 5 1 0 2-b vita Na ( IROUNIS. 'l'hio Omaha association has reason t be prout ( of their new grounds. The arc vcll located and almir&LbIy & arranged The grand stand has a scatilig capocit of 1MO , ) , with poii seats at either 0(1(1 ( 101 as many lucre. Entrance is atlected a the centre of tha grand stand , making i ninehi niore convenient than the oh stand for the spectators , both in reachini azid leaving their seats. Tue grand stam and all of ( lie seats arc protected Iron the groiuuls by a high railing so thin folio but llayers arc allowed on tb grounds. A section of the grand statu hits been set aside for the lathes and an other sUlPtiet With tables for the representatives sontatives of the press. The grounds ar level and roomy anti altogether ( lie hues . In ( lie west. Carriage ways have beet provilet ( ( itt both the cast and west slde - of the i grounds. A refroshimen counter at the grand stand en trance is also a convenient icatur that will doubtless be appreciated by tti patrons of the gaino. hue street Ca couiipany has dociuled to place thit'ir lure table on l1ako street , just opposite th grountis , so that they vthl ho accessibl by both the rod and green car hues. TIlE I.1AOUE 8EASO. Tue Omaha clubIlt open the china 1)IOUsiiip scutson on l riday in a gaul with thin Lincolus. There will be ganic On Ftidiy , Saturday and Sunday. Day Rowe. the manager of the I4iiicohuis , lie just returned fronu the cast , and cmliii to have p. team of iuuts. 1'hio Omuhi leant will be in gooti condition to.mec tbcin. They iylU biyu , ettt forenoon au - , . 1 4 - . , - . - afternoon practice this week , in order to get In shape. hlouseiiiaii Is showing up veht in the iultchters box , aunt Is xpccted to (10 501110 of his old-tune work wheul the scasoui fairly opens. All of the inca are doing hinely. Ti11 OMAhA CI.tii itAQtETaD. The Des Moines Leader of Satflrlay ( contains the following account of it ie ( , eitiOiI tendered ( lie tmruhin team In Des Moines on Friday evening lutt : 'Flue Onialia tiaso bait nine , a most thou ouighi coinbl ii at tOil 1) ) f g ( Ii tie mdl , SYCS ii an (15(1 ( iuieiy eiitertahild last cvnhng by the Itro ( lepalt- hid-it. IkhiCu'h2iiC that the bOYS liat 1101 received - ceived ( tutu fltteflthOtl ( lute theni , niat anxious to sttstaiuu thin rciitittttoii of les dolnes as a royal entertainer , Chile ! lirani .Johiuson As- istniit Chief l'ike l4vnchi attil others ( i thin departtticnt , huiviteil Mossrs. lwyer , hatter , \Vahsii aunt others nt the Omaha teatil , to ite- Ce lit ti I (3 ( hnspl tel I tIes ( if I hi ii Ii tie boys , liii Iii- vhtatioii which sins htOlitPtlY ) nCCehtCl. ) Ott reaching headquarters the Oiiiaiia geiitie- iiieii-aiitl thitt ; they are genial and tltatii t ienthtttt'ti iuhlt not for a tao- mdi t be ttiiuibtect-wcro entettahtued by iiiuie by Mr. Sprangler , Mr. Climbs ( Jiessy and Mr. Itrain Johitisoti , while l'tke Lynch. lion. lmtn ( hithirlo tund several others regaled tlnnu y h t Ii bri e f bu t aol it ttii nit- ( I ICSSUM 0 Ii I lie si ii ( U I ii ess o C PE1iht ibi thou. lwyer auth blarter. lii a imbue address , nit- n eli aced hid r CO ti ictboui a an 0 tim cmi a a it there ptonilscd to give their Inliumeumee amid peisnunt entleavors to reform Oimiabia trout ( lie triers ( if its uvay , at the saute iliac pledg- lug thtduiisehvi9 to tCutl l'bercc back In mu box In thu itycrut ( If attumnpthiig ( to t'n force the PtO- hmlbltiiry law Iii Oumisita. 'aisii , l1eaie sitU hiarter assisteit the boys bit inalciutg time oven- lag PtCaStttatlU ) to au extent unexutcted. ' [ 'ittut Omuahia vmts treated royalty and enter- taiumed mis gentbcumtui , cannot be gaiiiaycd , sluice Chief Uailaghir's recouiuuuidnilttion goon ii long way with Jotunson ann Iyticbi. icr thitty ere eucits ( it his at otto tints atut to. ceivemi the best of tre.ittiient. Tbmn Intellect- nat effort ( it Manager Dan Guthitlo was In ( liii 1111(1St ( Of Its 0I0t3' 'Vhdl the tobebihioulo rmiuig , mttit itli otto accord Ornabmmu aumd 1)cs MoInes faded away to the court itoiie , where a lire was rmtghiisr Iii the shiemill's otilce. Oiiiahmt niny be defeated by Des Moines , but time fact reuuiahuis that a iuuore cuitcutmulnlng but of boys or iuinregtitnl couiipatilons that time Nebraska nIne bias seltouui Laeti nS'iiChiitCI ) tecethmer. IMmi hug time evening huh Scott miiid Linde Murphy made addresses , bitt as lire escapci bait been kitidly titruished ito one peralhied dtmrin ( lie delivery. Swmft , binder and Itotirke will bti ciliertainPt by ( lie flue department this evening , whtlo Itourke , Valsti mind the balance of the club wIll be permItted to watch the llOCCSSIofl ) ) iS5 In roviuw Michael MeTighe was In attendance and assIsted niatorlally In the outtertatuitimetit , anti as Mike expects to rentovo soon to Otmishma , the Le.uber iecotnuiiends him to tim bcst wishes anti to ntoMt aree.tbie comirtesbes of the enturprIlnic cttliotis of ( limit brillIant cIty with a buIldIng boomu andasplendld ball club. MANAGER IIRYAN ILL. Yesterday's issue of tue Des tboines Leader contains time following : Manager Bryttit , of the Dc 1oiiies ball club. svts : taken suddenly ill lust cvenin wIth a bad heniorrhmugo of the lungs , t mubout 11 o'clock his case assumed such a serious aspect as to warrant mu council of several physicians. it vilt be remembered that l'tir. Bryan hunt a serious tune witi bile lungs once before title season , and this ; iresttnt 01113 Was brought on by his beiuig hit in the back by it ball froui the hitch- er's hands last we'k. lie has been spitting - ting Imlooct ever since being hit , but had kept tim fuict to hin.iself. lie WantN a Gymnashutnu. OrAurA , April 10.-To the Editor of ttuo Ilan : For a long time .1 have lived in Ontaha , and ( ho longer I live hero , the more I marvel that a city as large as Oniahin hias not one single gyxiunasium where the thousands of bier peole can develop the phYsical energies bestowed by God on mutti. Why , year after year , the men of the present ago are degeiier. ! .ting b yO anti more , mut , in iumtny cases , if it cauuieto a test of strength , they would be ousted by the so-called gentler sex. Ajd yetLtjiI grc city of 1)0,000 ) iijjiabttht nTiot bohIst of a sill- gb hegitinate ( tzyinnastum. Can you not bring your ituflttni ttflI ( hint of the press to bear in forming gymnasium with some of the responsible men of Oniahta to encotirago It ? If von can do so you vitl confer a great benehit an thue people of Omaha. WTILLIAM WILLIAMS. AMUSE2.JEN rs. Mr. Joan Hanrels' Succcmtsfuil Benefit at Boyd's. The largest audience which has attended - tended any of the German performances at hloyl's ( , this season , greeted Mr. hianreis at his bandit last nigltt. And yet it was i4o larger titan the gentleman ( lescrved. At the same time It wa a serving tribute to a gentleman who has been a credit to the German stage. It CoiiipriSCt ( ( lie lending Germans of the city , anti ti largo number of them was aceoinpmtnicd by many of thiometubers of their families. Mr. Baureis opened his second season hero nearly a year ago. Since that time lie has been manager of tue German Comedy company , and at times himis taken leading charactersin the pieces produced whulo at all limes ho hitis lent willing assistance sistanco when it was others time to np pear in the lead. Tue success of ( lilt season , from an artistic stauuti point , sue ! as it has been , has been buirgeli duo to Mr Ilaureis. Thmit this sue cess has not been more pronounced has been because of the lack of encour agenie)1t which the cliterprise received if there had becti a more liberal phtrou ago , there had been a larger company , am there had also beoui a number of noweu faces in the caine. Under the circuni stances Mr. hlaureis has ( lone tubi thia COtlIl have been expected of him. Iiii fact line boon well appreciated , and let to the ovation lust evening. Mr. ilaureis was warmly received wbier lie appeared , and was immediately callm f to the foot-lights to receive a massivi ilorat tribute , in the recesses of which reposed posed two bottles of chucunpagno and package containing fifty dollars in bud : notes of ( Ito crispest kind. These wer tim gift of a few of his intlinato friends. The lhutY was "Funnily homer , ' ' pro cluced lucre for the first time , raid kept ( Ii people In excellent humor throughout. r Next Sunday Mr. Ulig will receive benefit. T - 11cr hair was eliot with gold , anti sb wits ongmtgeI ( to a young mmiii from Mmt ) COUPII1 County ; they iiiet by appointmcn ? flt the door and lie exclaimed : "hhutlic I ready ? " tint she nilsuiitterstood hint f and they don't speak now. Young man r YU tire vise you will send her a box a t Kirk's "Juvenile" Toilet Soap. _ _ _ , A'Iong Show Circuit. A. Y. Pearson , of Deadwood , leaves to home to-duty. Ho has concluded arrangements rangomonts for one of the largest shio circuits In the western country. lie ha a rented every hall and theater on ( tie ha . of the Frcmont , Elkhorn & MIssouri Va hey iallroad. from tItus city to Deadwooti a tuid atso to Douglas , in WyomIng. lii t coinpttnies will coninunco playing i about a month. The South Omaha Land company hay . appointea C. E. Mayuio solo agent for th 0 nle of tlieirlots. Ho will show the prot ( I ci ty tuiitt furnish alt desIred Informathoi r tiPOft application. L- LSiguicdY.A. . PAxroN , President. 0 0 Currant 1xpenses Iui a western city uccently thieve ivr Picked tip iii the street tb pass-book , I i. vhiIchi a laborer kept his account of cut C rent expenseL For two 'eeks the Iteti s amounted to lO.G0 , of WI icit $1.35 Wi (3 for whisky , beer and "drinks. " Out C $ lifty-nino . cnttics thirty-two were Ic Is llquioi11th had spent' for his mmii a J.2U for hour , thirty.sevcn centd fc mt herruni. thu nolitlug whatever for n : d olutuyidtid. . , _ - A 1110 I3LII' CONThlACT v. A. l'axton Wihlt4uipiily Steaks For l'Itio Ilkign Agency. lion. SV , A. l'a\ton has reccivett of- fiehal notice ( lint lute bId for supplying the huihians ( at l'luitu ItIdgo agency with beef hmn been accepted. 'i'hic bids vero opened by Commissioner Atkins on 'l'litirmnlny last. The bid of Mr. 1'mtxtou wits neceited for supplying Pine Ridge uigency with 4iO0,0OO 1)OtitldSof ) beef In the hoof at 2.I3 per hiuturcti , or a total of l3l,80. The cattle for title contract will ba secured from Mr. i'nxton's western ranches. The figure Is couishlcrcd mt very good one mitt one ( hint will yield much better profits thmtti would be obtninei by smutping thic cattle to the eastern mar- kets. hieferring to the contract an old time resldeiit nt Ontahia saul to mu reporter last nightt 1iittttt thu way Mr. Paxtomi got his start , in the beef contracting business it was over twenty years ago lie was working with .Jcssc Lacy ituid John tle- Cou-tnick lit the grocery business. Lacy and McCormick took Mr. I'axtomi Into a leOf contract with thteiti ucid gave luini Ide pay in cattle. iilr. Paxton kicked. I Ic would tie leave have his pay in white clephimunts. it was cattle or nothiing , however - ever , anil Mr l'mtxton took the beeves. lie turotiteul.Liy hius dual anti hlnmtlhy turiieh ( his entire ttttcuition to ( lie btmsiticss , aini Seoul lund a fortune. ' ' A Strange Coluioluleuice. Six of Otumuhimi's enterprising young Inusimiess tuutiii happened to tnect at ( lie sitiuic table at the St. Cloud Saturday. One sai(1 , I bIOVO boughit tue a lot for mu iiotiiu or hlmii-miny et. in hlriggs' Place. Anothier saul , I am thehighited , you uvill have inc for mu utoighibor ; I bought one iii liriggs' out Faruimuni st. Another spoke Iii ) flflI ( said three of mu k-iuid is good ; I will be with you , only I selected maine thi 1)ouglas street iii the same aIIltion. ( By Jove , said tIm fourth , uvili vouitkurs never cease ; i'll be mu neighbor to all of you. I got on Dodge et , $ ( ) if you nil go back on iuic , I will be near the hionie for the Friendless. By this time the table VmtS in miii uproar ot laughter.VelI , boys , said the fifth , you intl see may donilcile looniinir up on the hilt au Capitol avenue In lirigge' l'lace ; Judge Ymiugliui is going to build a line residence hear me. said ( lie sixth , uviIi a waggmshi look and a sigh I am glad to ace you boyn so well ( ; it really does inc pond. for I didn't know just where 1 was going to borrow my smoking to- hacco , hut it Is mull plain to inc now. I hope you boys will get nut tlieue qtiick ; I syarit to invite you all to niy hiouse.wnvtning. 1 tlon't know the iitiuii- ber my Iioimsi will have , but it wilt be on 1)avenport st , in hiriggs' l'lace ; you can all hind it. Oruuishy Says l1 has Learned the GrIp Olilcer Ornlsby says lie lies learned the Odd Fellows' grin. Last night Ito observed - served , tut a distance , a bartender of a ledge street saloon take a utiuuui by ( lie nape of tim neck and tue slack of tbw trousers tout throw biin out , afterward acceberatiuig the fellow's sudden ttepar- ( lire by kicking him two or three times. Subsequently he met the man on ( lie StrOit utitd told him ( a go home or lie iVOtild arrest liluui for drimuikcuincss. Yeti are either drunk or you mire uiot much of :1 : tiiafl to let a bartender throw you out of a llmiCC that uvay. Wimy ( tldfl't you make a coinphtunt against butt for as- snuhitig you ? " ' 'Oh ' , lie's a brother Odd Fellow , " the nina suiivelcci , "ailL ( I ( lon't vauit to nituke a eoniphmuimit agmiinst hiiiii. ' "lie gorrmu , it nitist have been ( lie grip lie iu'mts giviuicr bUnt , ' ' smulut the olilcer alter- ward ylicn telling the story. Elegant residei1otsin Briggs' Place. ] ? aruiani at. car line svill build to Belt line at once. Pmisscngor ( mute wilt run oit Belt hi1ucj Jupe. A dephias .ben.1o- cat d n riggs' Plnc. mq ate lioS- 3)CCt of cable line oti lOugiV s. o Belt line. The sale In Brigge' 1 1 t titus been unprecedented. If 3oit have nioney to invest tund will consult your mmti mtii.tC prco list , or go from my otuico am see tItle Inobterty I kmiow the result. The number of peotte buying for homes In this addition Is retnmtrkablo. Special at- ( cation given to sale in hirigge' Place I'totidtty , 'tuesday and Wtcdncsday of this week. Let every cite who humus not e - aniined it take a free ride munt see this elegant property. C. E. MAYNE. IIOBU1NG A L&UNDItY. Lon LIng's Wasitee house Gutted by Dutybiglit Burglars. Tsvo negroes , named B. 'l'yler and \Vin. McKee , were arrested while light- lug in front 01 Lou lAng's laundry on Tenth street between Douglas and Dodge streets , yesterday muftorneon by Olilcer McCarty. They wore taken to the police L station , the oflicer accompanying the patrol - trol wagon for tim purpose of niaking the L cliarivo ' agaluist them , as lie hail been quite roug'iIy used when iiiakiug the arrest , While ho was gone the laundry was cn tered through the back door and was fairly stripped of every piece of clean clothing to be found in It , over $20C worth being taken. The thoorwasopened by a piece betii ' cut of the panel with a chisel' and the thulci ( lien reaching in and supping the bolt , 'rho Chinese occupants of the ltousc were all away , as they stated , at Snda3 u school. There was a scene of the great- L eat excitement when they returned and discovered ( ho burglary. The air was t blue with mingled Cliimicse and EnglishI S profanity , atid thie teachings of the Sun day school uvero ovidentb.y for time time being lost sight of. ' 1'huo clothing consisted principally of ladies' untlerwear , and of the more expensiVe - ) pensiVe kind , as it ivmts ( Ito prolertv ) to r great extent of the "fancy' who live it It that portion of ( lie city. It is believed by the polIce that the fighi a between tIn , two uiegu'oes was it sImm am a lmtrt of the game to get ( lie oflicer ot the beat away for mu time. 'rite colorc 0 hmtugors'on around a saloon across tin alloy from ( lie laundry are suspuclotied o a knowing a good deal about it , its it i dumemned iniprobable ( limit so miiniiy clotbic Cotttt have been taken away from tIn 13 laundry without some of the saloon CO t pie knowing It. "Fronohy" Released. ' L. It. hiakerbetter knowui as "I"renehiy' k who s'as nrrestet by Officer Oriusby oi Friday asasusplolouseltaracter mind lincu 50 and costs by Judge Stenberg , has nab hIs line and is at liberty. The gambhin r fraternity are indignant at the sumtnar manner In which " } 'renchiy" has beeu V dealt syitlu by the authorities on severa S occasions. They chain that he has no 0 done any crooked work In Omaha ani I0k upon his prosecution as mu persecu hi tiou. I3rovltles. Deputy Marshal Mclonabd Is ol1 dut , on account of a severe illness. 0 Sargenuit Mntza of the police force I ( .1 still lying quite Iii at his tionic on Thu tcuntli street. lie has been confined hIs bed for uiearly two utomiths with ( t3'm pepsin and a fever and is now very lou Orow a Prize. Charles Mmtrcs , the accominodmitin ts Union Pacltio passenger director , tie ii drawn a iiniltsomo prlzjm In the Louis I- itna lottery , and couitemplatce rusmgnhn us lila position to look after its Investncr us In real estate--so the boys n the fichic ) f say. Hum is receiving the congralulatlon oX numerous Iriends. , P. McMuhleu , czittlc owner of Lyon' it Nob. , Is in .tho city aulllng two huadrc IMtouod bovoi. . : - . . , . . . , - - - - . . - - St.i.htmuiahns' Officers. At the uuuunuial fleeting of St. hiturnuuhias' parish the followtng fl1cerui svero elected for the ensuing yemur : George F. l4nbaghu , senior warden ; Samuel 1J. Rhieeiui , Itinior warden ; Robert Easson. ( . 11. ha\lulge \ , , r _ v. Van Nostrand , A.V. . Nason. Jolt11 ilaywarh , 'I'hiomas Seward , J osephu \'eeks. vestrynien jtOYAt R5YA lutt 4iWin' n' Tluispowder nevervaric. A marvel oi pUrmtystrength and whohesoutieness. forc economic theta the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in cipetition wi'bi ' the inub- titude of low test short weightalumn or phosphate powders. ' Sold only 'a cans. Royal Baktng Powder Co.,100Vall Street , New York. o GEORGE A1 CLARK , SOLE AGENT. The UE4T and 11OFT FOrULAII ewtii Thread of Modern Timc. EVABE OF LIIT.tTIOSS. Sold at ivhioiesnle by Kilpatrick Koch Dry Goods Co : , M. E. Smith & Co. , and by all retail dealers. w. Le DOUCLAS $3 SHOE (1 ' Jo J . - . . w. L.DUVLAt ' . - ; ; - : - TLh : - hTIOE I'OTtI Vul um iiiis ittovo am nI o Ii Unttcimi , Comgrts niui Lnee , nh too. Q1t . lkii ( Ito nt3t p5 cy .OOo ( mi tiiomigiiotit LI. S. I your leatiir tiot. not kcc-o titeiti , iii.i lianlo on Inti ; % to V. 14. IOUtTtS ltinclttiiii , Mass. -ut Ins conlo to FR511Dut E3 EWARE OF FR511D RU , kitowieilttii that otiiio iiuiscruiptiioii ctesh'rii mire otTertit , oilier gooitn its miie ioU askt'i , wily iiiy stamp ( a miot oil ( hit * iiois , titn tiat I Stave ittscniithiiiieti Its use. Til I IM 1tLsiL. Take iionn represcntcti to bit ttiu . . \v. L. lottits Sioes , ' uititeis iliLillO. Tft1raiitC , , anti prien art. stiiTfll'iI (0 % iiottiiii iii caciz rime. V. L 1)OUGLAS , Itriektoii , Mass. Foi' sale by ICelley , Stiger & Co. , cor. Dodge amid 15th-ste. ; lieiiry Sargent , cor. Seward and Saunders ste. 1887 SprIng Yalley Stock Farm. 18S7 OMAhA , NII3. George Wilkes 519. Record 2:22. : ! .hoaaum-etl tiy u:2O : , tlio 2:2. : timid the uiI : : ) stmtnl ant ; wu the greatest that ever bived. Itmuving , now 53 aouiS fluid dauubtcrs In the 8:3) : lIst down to2i4' : . The only son of George WIlkes In tbo State ot Nebraslimi. 34i Black Wilkes 3541 Standard. Stred by George \S'Iikes rile ; 1st dam Fiiuriy belt. stred by Couifoctorato duet , own brother , to Voodford Chiel' , 2:2.tt : ; maid daumu itysdyk' flainbtetontitn. Wilt stand for mares at time - above farm at IIJ time scmtsoui , cash time ot scr- vIce , wIth privIlege ot return should mat-es n.t urovo In foal. LimIted to 20 inmtroiicstdo my I own. Seasomi Commemices Feb. 1st unit Onus August ltbSST. For further parttcuiitrs scud for cbrcu art , N. I. D. SOLOMON. ; RUPTURE CURED. P Bflr. Sncdtket'fl motbeui. No operation : No Pmutnm , No iletontion froni butn055. Adaiitei to children L iweli a grOwil pCQt.io. ltundred of aimtorapS 1514 0:1 : ills , Alt I , iil 110)3 .tr IcOy C , , mitidea I ttel. CONSIJLTA'rIoN yiua. I . IItoI. v. COOK , I 0,151.1 Douglas St. , Onmha , Neb , To Busluoss MCII. A vromiuicuit Now York Mmuiufactiirliig Corn- 4 pany , wIth iiui estabimshou and hIghly relmiulmer- atlvo busIness ( prileticaity it inoimopoly ) largely pmitroiiiieti by 3ierctiunts , tituuibers , Corpora- tinius , minti the general public , uleslu-es cii actIve ) ant i-espoiistbte representative in eu-cry state S or city. 100 lOr Couit upon ilmmittoil Investment S guaranteed. Several States already umlcr con. C tract. Address , THE UNION NATIONAL 00. , 7t1 HR.tI'AV , , % cv York City. DIAMOIIDS , WATCHES , JEWELRY , BRONZES AT g IffiporterS , Prices _ MAX MEYER & BROI , . , , - WHAT WE CLAIM For our Spring Overcoats will be coflfirmed by everybody whp , has bought one from us last week , viz : TJAT THEY ARE WORTH TWICE THI MONEY PAID FOR THEM. Thor . . 'I bargains we are ofI'ering are of so extraordinary a oharaote that the mere mention of prices or reductions is entirely inSuf' ' ficient to convoy any correct impression of the values we pro. , sent5 The goods are all of this season's production an& ara models of excellence in fit and style. Come anti see thorn. We have again replenishoti our stock of Spring Suits by several new intoices received duiug the past few days , an4 call particular attention to one line of beautiful Cheviots in 2 1 colorsu.-grev anti brown.-which we offer at $8.90 per suit , fully worth $14.00. We regret our inability to wait on all those who visited oiw store last Saturday and invite them to call again. We have ju. ) creased our force of salesmen and. are flOW better prepared foi a rush. All goods marked in plain figures and at one price. Nebraska Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. Ton tea ThcATMRNT OP AL Chronic & $ urgical Fiseace lYioPflFlAF1Y , Proptotot- ! . Sicteon ycar' iluisItitat nail 1'rtyato i'rscUcs Wa tiavo the factltttes , r.pI'arattm ' , anti remedies tar the iaccessfui treatment of every form of dl. . ne rcqutrtmm eIther medIcal or .iirglcab treatmeet , lad Invite II to caine and lmmvtsthgutu for ttmeinuelvm 'it c3rre.poud uItlt a. . Long eiierIemice Iii treat. Intl cases by letter cnnbtei its to treat many case. accntI5cau1y wIthout sectnr them WIUTII FOR C111OIJLMt ott Deformities and Iircc. , Ctmib Feet. Cmmrvature. of the Spine DICSAC ( IF WOMIiN t'tlee , 'rumor. , Csucor , Cittaith , Bronchttl. . inhatatton , Eluctrtclty , Permit. yets , Epilepsy , Kidney , Jys , Ear , SkIn , Blood and au .ur-'tcai opcratlone. ilatterie. , I oheier , , Braces , Trn.se. , an u kIutpftej1icttitd SurlciiI Appttauccs , man Imacturettfiid for ml ; , - - , -ml 051 rbllatk isttdicai insttute : making Private , pocIa1 tthrvous iliseases -e ' . . . A 6l'CIAi.TY. . . ALL CONPGIOUS ANI ) UI.OtD DTSIASS , ( rota whatever retina prodmtceul , .ncccssfnily tremitciL We cen reoio Sy1iitiitto poison froni the .ystszo without imtsrcimry. Nov restnrnttvetrcatment for lone of 'vital towrr. A Lb COIIMUNICAIINS ) CONF1D1N CIAL Cntb antI cuilhinit U. Ot semiS name and liost-omec ivldm-esn-ptatniy written-enctomie stamp , mind vvo istil send you in pImile wrsp icr , our PREVA1E CItCU fR TO MEI ere ( A UIVATS , 81'zczAi. nI , r4EnvouJe DmsuuAiEs , ScsrMAr. WrAzNrs. , 5I-EitMAToiisuicx , 1a1PO2N. CT , SYi'flhI.i14 , ( loNoRiuluiS , GLeE ? , VAIIICOCn , ilTIcICTUluiI , AND 4J.L iu5cLS ! or Tile Ggnrro- URINAIIT OnsAit. , or tend history of jour care tor an optimlon. I'greons unable to visit us may be trentci at their home. , bycorrcepondencc. . Medtclnc and Instru. bunts .ent h snaIl or exire. ; . SECUt1LY 1'AC El ) FROM OlhtititVATtON. no , iiamks to ndtcte contemite or .oudcr. One icrsonal bntei-view pro- ferreut it convenient. Fifty rooms for time a'c.im- modntloii of tiattente. itoauti and attendanc at reasonable pulece. Address pit Letter. to Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute , 0or. i3thSt. and CaeiteiAve. OMAHA. IIB. ' ! L4" ' kb ) . : , - eJ &T > . - , MFORILDIES.HSSS&CIi1ORIN ; } ujl'r the Fifghest excellen- etcu In aluijicli iit's # , comfort sand fii. . ( fIIrUbiIttIl siiit ale the reigning A farorltes lit ( ashlonableclrclcn. Jt Ournancte J.6.T.COUSiNS , : I ° sole. I NEW YORIS. / .s Carbolic Smoke Baj PTTT Csn'es scieettiflcal1/specd1ly (1Iri ) ) CPIlUlILClltlU Catar , 1 , , Asthma , . .Broi- C1iii (111(1 Tliioat Ajfcction.'t - , IIeIdaclw , Ca'oup , Cohi , Luny Diseases , jc. . C C . , Physicians FaiI di ' 4 _ : , OM.uiiANrn. Mar SisST A Carimoito tnoto ilmilI CQ- / Oeimtlemmmon-t tice pleasure in _ > iOCOImi titcuiti lug you r ii3flii' , I I time Cmrtioito , Smoite Iiuii , fot' I- , - . - tiettovo It tmit9 $ Ai'D MY LIVE. I himt-o beau I roublod icr ycara ; . I .ii with what u-its couushiorcul to be _ 2 t / Ito incmmrmitule CmiIuO of cittutmi.ji , ( - . - , . : ' , bluve ticoil tmndcr treuttmeiit ofi 'c ; , / Sovormut vciI knowms IhyIiCtiuflS . - or Ouimha , but could receive n benefIt from timeims. My condt- S . . ' tiomicontiiiiieii to crow voreo , - . ( uiitll itt liust the ditease began to iAT TililOtiflil TII MaM- Ii 5iflANcOiTuIa sosi AN ! MOUTIC , inakiui ttio tiroatli very owen- - , live and causing sevorftl pIec . . , . , otbeoayeil bone to come IIromtiI . fly mouth. I hail given tip a t 1 hopesofever iscotviigit , onre , but decIded to try your ronieti for ft re ici. I not only recolveil J -1iL , relict but am Imappyto itutte hull . I am nimot mit rely cured4 have hoonuslug , thu remeky1Om - , about two iiioiitiis ; hay genera I ¶ - . . - health is much InmproVed imud - am , uatltted time Swoiso ball will entirely cure joe. - - " - - - . - Vcry res"y. Is Its. 0. A. NnwMA , - Hen. Cor. 27th & Curnluig S NOTfl-Thmis lady has many friends In 3mnha who wIll testify to hot condition befori usuuig the Smoke flail. IEIH3TEJST. To all callers at our office parlors fromu (1 ( a , in. to 8 p. m. One "Smoke Ball , " lasting from one to three months , generally sutficient. Price $2. Our " 1)cbclbator" package , unequalled as a blood purifier , which should be tiaed ut Catarrhi uvhicmt there Is a dropping of muctuous matter in the throat , or stomach 4Icri ders , and imu all cases of Asthma or hay Fever. l5rice $1. Unequalled as a cleiup ofthe system. MAIL ORIERS receive careful and prompt attention. State h cease and symptoms in writing. Smoke Balls sent on receipt ofprice , 2 , and 4 cents in stamps. "Debellator" packages , i$1. CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO. , ROOflt 11. Cre1jhtoeu Bloc1 , 15th st. , Next to Posto/JIce , ( Jiza1ut , NcD. .NotJot' sale by ( iI'ilfJJ18f14 , ClllV(8SC ) ' 0 5 t ti ( 11. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - The C. E.Mayne Real Estate andTrust Co N. W. QOR. 15th AND HARNT , OMARA. Property of every' description for ialo in aU parti of Ui. olt.V. Lands for uaIs every county in Nebraska. A COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACTS OtTittes ofDouglas county kept. bl.ips of the city state or county , or an ! oth lnforuiati.ni dc.tred furnished free o charge upon application. , - e.s. i3YMoNib ; RELIABLE JEWELER. Watches , Diamoiuls , Pine Jewelry , Silverware ' ' ' . . specialty. Work 'dtarrantcch. [ 'tic largest stock. l'ricc.s the lowest. RepaIring a Corner Ioughas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union Pacific Railroad Company. - - - $3OO $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 - - - - , , $3.00TWO ORPHANS $3.00. $3.00 Yankee Clothiers . , $3.00 Pt do , Af JL Jiast year sold one thousand hail's of hlali' r4liio Pants : t 3. 1FhieY were all ivoot anti vcll unatle , anti vc belIeve flint cvciy hbei'.suu uu'Iio got a jiutIV of the punts , 'ci'e velh satIsfied with them , utiuub w'hcii they fhiitl they caii gets them again tItle year , wilt ( iflhfS ( ) tut ( iiLO3 ttiit dehect a jalr. No other itOtIsic hits thmcmn ui'm ttCl' ! ' % VCi'O fliautO iii OItI iSVlt factory in 3.00 $ 3.00 Maine , amul itiado lbr ciii' (11th ( I i . Irycu tilt ! iiot got a pair Iat sea- Moth , 001110 ttt Ob1CC and Select One Pair All Wool for $3. $3.00 $300 Andrews Bros. , Yankee Clothiers , $3.00 , $3.00 . 111'3 Farnani Street. . - . I'm $3.99 , . . , , $3Io0 I. , : , , , . , - _ _ _ - - t - - -