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TSMHff * a v v w ! ijj t T THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. APKIL 23. 1887 ; THE JUDICIAl BILL ERROR , < Its Announcement Creates Excitement in tbo Legal Profession. LATE OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS. Juno n Fixed Upon As the Date For the Snlo of Stole Lots The llo linnnon Cnsn State Capital Happening * . frnoMTHE nr.r/s LINCOLN IIUIIKAU. | The announcementot the glaring error In the judicial hilt that passed the last has created a small furore In and political circles. Yesterday Mr. Cahwell ! , of the Lancaster delegation , was conning the enrolled bill at the sec retary's olllce , and to all appearances the error in the hill Is ono committed iu the enrolling und engrossing room , which , if n fact , will leave the judicial hill fts en grossed and signed differing from the bill thut actually passed. In this view of the casu the judicial rodistnctinc bill Btiinds in danger ot going the way that the recorder ot deeds hill did two years Biro , which , to certain sections of the stuto , particularly the Ihird district , would ho a calamity. Judging from the original hill and the printed bills and amendments , both houses passed the measure us understood , that is , giving the Second district two juilgcs , the same as it lins hnd the past two years. The jour nal of the house shows that amendments \p this end were passed by that body , llowovcr , it is ccrt.iin that the bill , us signed by the governor , does not in clude the amendment stating that the Second district shnll have two judges , but to the contrary it enumerates the U'hird district as to have four judges , the First , Fourth , nnd so on to have two judges , and leaves the Second district to coino under the list of remaining dis tricts tq Irnvo ono judge each. The ques tion therefore appears to bo ouo of reck less engrossing and is additional evi dence of the foolhardincss of employing a small army of irresponsible clerks to flirt with the lobby and butcher bills of the greatest importance. THE LATKST Al'I'OINTMBNTS. Governor Thayer yesterday inado the following appointments for the now "Norfolk insane hospital : Superintend ent , Dr. E. A. Kelley , of Omaha ; stew ard , J. U. Nlchol , of Antclopo county : matron , Mrs. Jennie M. Hurlburt , of Norfolk. In this connection it might bo in order to add that , despite tbe almost daily announcements of appointments , there is yet a host of applicants und their f i lends daily invading mo executive of fice and not until the last appointment is made will the pilgrimage cease. BELLING STATE LOTS. The board of public lands and buildings - ings have lixod upon Friday , Juno 3 , as the day for the auction sale of the state lots in Lincoln. There are 303 of thesn lots and the sale will commence nt 10 a. in. and continue each day until all are disposed of. with Den O. Khodcs as auc tioneer. All lots sold for $100 and less are cash nnd those selling for above that amount one-third cash , balance in two annual payments. Under the require ments of the bill Secretary Laws has se lected the following papers m which to advertise the sale prior to Juno 1 : Omaha Republican , State Journal , Hastings Ga zette-Journal , New York Tribune , Chi- p&go Tribune nnd Cleveland Loader. OFF TO GIIAND ISLAND. Ycstqrdny the board of public lands and buildings , accompanied by Governor Thayer , departed for Grand island to lo cate the buildings at the now soldiers' home. Governor Thayer will remain in Grand Island the remainder ot tU we lc and will not be nt the executive olllce until Monday afternoon of the coming Week. ADVANCING BOHANNON's CASE. Attorney General Lcese has prepared a motion to submit to the United States supreme court asking that the case of Quin Bohannan against the state be ad vanced for hearing. The attorney gen- enoral cites as reasons for the advance ment of the case , First , Because the exe cution of the criminal laws of the state of Nebraska are impeded by the long delay Occasioned by waiting the calling of this case in its regular order. Second , Be cause the plaintiff in error , Quin Italian- non , has bcon dulv convicted ot the crime of murder in the urst degree , und now is confined in the county jail of Otoo county , Nebraska , under sentence of death , nnd which sentence has bcon sus pended by this court until the ihial de termination of the case , which facts will more fully appear in the aflidavit filed in Bupport of this motion. The alhdavit of the attorney general cites the history of the case from the first indictment to the present time , cites the fact of live years waiting , and the consequent ex pense to O oe county , nnd the effect it has upon tbe enforcement of the criminal law in the state. The at torney general also dwells upon the evil otlecto that arise fronrthe uncertainty of punishment developed in cases of this character , and M there is no question presented as to the guilt or innocence of tho-prisoner but simply a question of law involved , the attorney general urges an advancement.-If this motion is sustained and the advancement ordered there is no probability of n hearing of the case- until I October of the present year. TIIK AMEH1UAN LOAN AND TRUST CO. , Of Ashland , Neb. , has tiled its articles of incorporation with the secretary of state. 'Ilia principal place of business Is at Ashland - land , Neb. , the object of the corporation is ci'nornl loan nnd investment business and the capital stock $500,000. This cap ital stock is divided into shares , of f 100 eachJo be paid m full when issued and the ktock mar bo increased to 11,000,000 bv a two-thirds vote of the stockholders. The corporation shall exist until 1036 and the indebtedness is limited to two- thirds of the paid tip capital stock and the articles are signed by O. M. Carter , president , nnd Phillip Potter , secretary. OITV NEWS. The city council go in a body to Omaha to-day on a special over the Missouri Pacific. They go to interview the Omaha pavements , to learn which of the different kinds is the most satisfactory , and to view the proposition of the Colorado Granite company. Tbo city fathers of Lincoln are representative men of the capital , they will bo found to bo business and they will not bo discovered as a cold blooded unsociable Jot of gentlemen by any menus. Omaha people should treat them kindly. A petition is going the rounds asking for the pardon ot Christian G. Herold , a former merchant of the city , who is serv ing a two years sentence in the pemterl tiury for defrauding his creditors. Horold lias been in the penitentiary for about a year and the principal plea on his behall is made on the grounds that ho U a sick man , in failing health , and has been con fined to the hospital since his moarccnv tioh. It is expected to have the petition , accompanied with a physician's state ment , in the handi of the governor at an early day. Yesterday was a lively day for the frail females who are inmates of bouses of III faint ) iu the city , Tltb night before the police raided n halt dozen of the places oi notorious repute , and papers wore served yesterday against twenty-one of them. Of these the landladies wore tined $2C and costs , and the other inmates f 10 each and costs. Up to the noon hour fifteen out of the twenty-one had called at po Uio : headquarters and paid. A1 the pamo time that the housoi were raided live men were captured who likewise waltzed Up to the captain's olllco and paid a line of $20 each and costs. ' 1 heir names , however , were not obtainable , and right hero is an opportu nity. If the mayor would require , or the police judge would require that every man's name as arrested ue placed upou the docket so that they could be pub lished iu company with all other offend ers , a way would be opened for Some genuine rciorm. The John Doc busi ness is carried to excess in a great many cases , and If prominent names were listed m company with poor fellows who cannot escape publicity , society would every once in a while see n star actor up in police court. The coroner ycstorday sold the cllocts ot the man who was found dead in his wagon lioro a few weeks ago. The sale realized f 155 , and after paying the fu neral expenses of the dead man the bal ance will bo turned over to the county judge to'hold pending the discovery of relatives. The real estate tirms of the city held a mooting at the oftice of Chase k Itoardsly Wednesday evening for the purpose of organizing a real estate exchange. Tem porary organization was effected by se lecting Neil Johnson chairman und C. U. Van Dyn secretary. Arbor day will bp generally observed in Lincoln. The banks will clobo as on other holidays , many trees will bo planted and Hon. ,1. Sterling Morton , the father of the < Iay , will speak at the state university. The mystery attending the finding of the man named Bacholdor , who was dis covered dead in an old building , has boon partially cleared through a letter from the young man's step mother , who lives at North McGregor , la. Something over ? 100 that was loft of his estate will be forwarded to those relatives. A now saloon is to bo opened in the rooms of the llurlbut block on Tenth street , i'lio parties opening it arc from Cincinnati , and it makes the fourth addi tional saloon opened in Lincoln this spring. To-day is the date fixed for the civil service examination , which will be con ducted by Postmaster Watkins at rho United States court room in the govern ment building. Very few applicants for examination have bcon heard from. Judge A m lisa Cobb , of the supreme court , has gone to Denver for a two weeks' Color.ulo visit. Judge F. ( i. llamer , of the Ninth dis trict , was at the state capital yesterday. An Imperative , Ncoos < Utr. What pure nir is to an unhealthy ocallty. what spring cleaning is to the neat housekeeper , so is Hood's Sarita- parilla to everybody at this season. The body needs to op thoroughly renovated , the blood puritlcd and vitalized , the germs of disease destroyed. Scrofula , lalt Kheura and all other blood disorders are cured by liood's Sarsaparilla , the most popular and successful spring uicdiciueT Anecdotes of the Animal Kingdom. A bird's nest found on a roof near the United States mint at Washington was beautifully lined with gold. The parent bird * had carried off gold dust iu its feathers and shaken them out in its tiny homo. A farmer's dog in France , says the Lon don Telegraph , dragged n strange man from under Ins master's bed and fought until it had killed the man. The gend armes were sent for and they found a dagger , a revolver , and a thief's whittle in the man's pockets. Upon one of the gendarmes blowiug the whistle from an open window four ruffians appeared upon the scene , entered the house , and were arrested. William Means , living near Atlanta , Ga. , was splitting a rotten tree in the woods , when it burst open at ouo end and out crawled a large snake. He de spatched it with one blow of the axe. when out came another , which ho served in the same way. They proved to bo genuine rattlers , six feet long. MtfH MOST PERFECT MADE ) , , HoshhfulnMS. Dr. Prices BakingPowdorcontains AmmonliTJraB.AInmotrho phy6B.Dr.Prito'g " " " 'f . "Fit t flITOCfltliolonnlf. OMAHA roa TTTI TmiATiimT or ACS. Chronic ft furgical Diseases W * have the facllltus , pptrtu * nd remtdlw for the sact uf nl trctUnenl of r rjr form of dlt. i ua rcqalrlng cither racdlc l or surglcnl tfeatmttit , anil Invite all tocomoond InvcttlgatofortUcmtelra CJrrwpond with us. Long iptrlcnce In treat- Inz CMOS tir letter enable * as to treat many CMM KiMitlflcaUy without acting them. WHITE rOH U1KOULAB oa DeformltU , anil Brace * , Club Feet. Curraturis of the Spine DiiiAiis or WOXCK. Piles , Tumnri , Caucei , Catairh , Broncbltli , Inhalation , XUctrlclty , ParAl- Kpllopsy , Kidney , Ky * , Xar , akin , Blood and l optritloni. llattcrlei , Inhnlerf , Braces , Truasos , an | all klnda of Mvdleal and Sargisal Appllaue * * , man ufactured and for sale. Thi only rtllablo altdleal Inibliits making Pr viti , Specials Narious Distases rA PECIALTT. ALL CONTAQIOU8 AND BLOOD DISEASES from katover causa produced , tuecesif ully treitod. Wo can rumoTe Bjphllltlo polion from the yitetn without in rc ry. New reitorattre treatment for loss of vital power ALL COMMUNICATIONS CONFIDENTIAL C > ll and cwitult we or s ud am and pot-offlr addrcu plainly wrlttsn nclo o stamp , and in. will aed you , la plato wrapper , our PRfVATE OlstOULAIt TiVMEIf vroii KivaTi , Incut , A O Knivoc * Dii isr , SEMOAL WIABMHS , MrianATOiauoia , Juror * < or , HTFIIIUS , QoKomaioia , OLIMT , YAKIOOCIBX ralOTUlU , AXD AU. DIIIAIIS OF THI QllITO VMNABT UBSAJW , or seed history of roar case i > an opinion. 1'erton , unable to Tlilt nl may be treated at llitlt borne * , by corrctpondence. Modlclnei and lattru- nenti sent by null or erprea , iKOURKLT PACK BD FROM OBSBRVATION. no marks to Indicate contents or scadtr. On * pwtooal totarTlew pro f rred If convenient fifty room * for tbuom modatlon of patient * Board and attendance n tcaonable pile * * . Address all Letter * ta Omaha Medical ud Surgical institoto f. IMtiM. anaC olUI4 a..OM > " " - Notice. rpnK Norfolk Street railway will receive pro X posals for th Immediate construction am equipment of one and ona bait mile * of stroe railway In the city nf Norfolk. Nebraska , fro poeals received at the offlo * of the aaerotary o company at Norfolk , Nebraska , until the SStb day of April , t jJ7. H. O. BKOMK. prltoi * - 8ocrt ry. or the RLKOU'NCU MEDICINE ? The Gfreatost Curative Sncccss of the Age A Voice from the People , No medicine Introduced to tr\o \ public haa : ver met with the success accorded to Hop Utters. It stands today the best knoun curative article in the \\orld , Its man clous renown is not due to tbe advcrtis'iij ; it has cceived. It is famous by reason of its In- icrcnt virtues. It does all that is claimed for t. It Is the most powerful , speedy and eflec ivc ngent known for the building up ofde- jilitatcd systems , Tlic following witnesses arc oflercd to prove this. Wlmt It Dili for an Old. Lady. Coiliocton fetation , N.Y. . DoremberHtli , Ifll. GFNIS A number of people have been isingyour bitters berc , and with marked el ect. In fact , one case , a lady of o\er se\ only , ) car * , ba1 * been sick for ) ears , and 'or the past ten > eais I ha\c known her she ins not been able to be around half the time , about M < C months ago she got so feeble she was helpless. Her old remedies , or physi cians , being of no avail. I sent to dcpo it , brty-fi\c miles , and got a bottle of Hop Jitters. It had such a very beneficial cilect on her that one bottle improved hsr so she was able to daess herself \\alkabout the louse. When she hnd taken the second jottle fhc was able to t.mc care of her own and ualk out to her neighbor's and has im- iroved all the time since. Myife and children have also del ! \ ed great bsnefit from their use. W. n. HATHAWAY , Agt. U. S. Ex. Co. Ail Enthusiastic Kiulnr.sniont. Gotham , N. H. , Jully 1C , 1SS6. GENTS : Whoctci } ou aie , Idont know , " but 1 thank the Lord "and feel grateful to you to know that inthisvoild of adttttci.itcd medicines there is one compound that proves docs all it advertises to do , and more Four yeaas ago , I bad a slight shock o. palsy , which unerxcd me to such an extent that the least excitement would make me shake like tbe ague. Last May I was induced to try Hop Hittcts. I used oue bottle , but did not sce'any change ; another did so change my nerves that they are now as they ever v.ere. It used to take both hands to w i ite , but now my good i ight hand \\rites this. Now , if jou continue to man ufacture as honest as good an atticle as you do , jou v ill accumulate an honst fortune , and confer the greatest blessing on jour ellow-men that v as ever confeiicd on mankind. TIM 131 RCH. 'A Husband'sTo&tliitouy. Myifev , as troubled for years riitli blotches , moth pa'ches and pimples on hcf face , \vhiclt nearly annoyed the life out or her. She spent many dollars on the thou sand infallible ( ? ) cures , with nothing but in jurious effects. A lad , ) friend , of S ) ractise N. Y. , who had hi d similar experience and had been cured with Hop Bitters , induced her to try it. One bottle has made her lace as smooth , fair and toft as a child's and g ivcn her such health that it seems almost a miracle. ' A MCMIIPR or CANADIAN PARLIAMENT. A Itich Lady's Experience. I traveled all over Em ope and other foreign countries at a cost of thousands o pollars , in search of health and found it not I returcd discouraged and disheartened , and was restored to real youthful health and spirits with less than two bottles of Ho Bitters. I hope others may pi ont by my ex perience and stay at home. A LADY. AGL'STA , ME. SPECIAL NOTICES. \Cantinncil from Seventh l'ngc.\ \ HIGH LAND l'IiACB-'i .000 cash will buy lots 7 mid H , block 10 , smithonM. coiner RSv HO to alloy J. W. Boll. Address P. O. boy 4W.T or Uinaliu Lnnn & Trust company. 'Jill ; ; iJ FOU SAI.1I A flnn rosliloiico piopoitv con- trnlly locitud , IIOIHO of n rooms , Imll mid buttury , nooil collar , good well , burn mid other out-lmiMinnH , uood fence around lot , lot bOv I'M , fruits and ornnmontnl simile tie < ? 3. und title perfect. Within one block of squure uml ono block of M. K. chuieli , ono block of I'aptist ohuruli.ono block of largo school lioiiso. will soil real choHp lor spot cn-li. Mtiko me a fair otror. AddrcM loot box 330 , York , Neb. Cor- respouJeiR'O sollciloil. U'54 5j DOIKii : STI1UHT-4I ! fuel on Oodgo by no on Ninth etroot , $21,000 , Htiisli , Including im provements it sol'l at once. Gregory & Iludloy , Bourns 1 and 3,30 South 15th atrout. - GCHOICi : Tnttltute Place lota t'M ouch for the bunch or will trade for house and lot , J-K Kloo &Co. 14(531 ( JEAVr.NWOHTH ucie , south fiont. fcJJ Gralmin.Crcljrhtoa blk. U5 2J HAHNEVst , * < fl ft front , two houses $3rjOO vcrycheip. Graham , Crclgliton Itlk. FOll SAIjK Now 4 room houao and lot 1 mile from postoillco , price Sl.MJ. cnsh tfOO. It. McDowell , 13JU Harrrey st. 180 2J * FOBSAI.K-Corlot , 61x11 * . on ap'tnl ' Hill , must bo sold soon. Call at U Davenport FOIt SAI.K SO KirM 3 miles from the city limits southwest , bountiful Und with con stant supply of water. Apply to Omaha Houl Kftato nnd' 'rujt C . , or Win. Fleming 871 T7\OltgAIK-lot \ 50x137 on Hamilton st Just nn -L' K d0 , l'i ! in lie from P O.wlth good 4-room houso.well , cistern and barn , only $ ; 0'X ' J. L. Hire ScVo. 14732 Cl'KINQ VALt.RIT , Ournair addition. Acres f 400 to S-VX ) per aar * . NaarBouth Omaha , And SrdlokU HIIL _ _ Mamhall . 779 15J3 Farnam. n CHO1CK Institute ri colos SSOO each for V the bunch or will traJo for house and lot. J. Li. Hico Ic Co. 3)6 ) 1 ASAFB invostmont. We offer for sale 44 foot on Douglas street , corner ot 10th , at $ V)0 ) per foot front and easy tarms. Also 6fl feet on Dodge cast of 13th to alloy , HT.000,1-Jcash. Marshall & Lobeck , 1V)4 ) Far- naiu itroot. l\K \ 24 DODQF. STaKET-lt.1 feet on Dodiro hy 00 on Ninth street , * -"i.oOO , ' oa < h. Including Im provements if sold at onco. tlioirorjr i HnUoy , Itooms 1 and J , JJO SoutU 15th street. DM FOH 8ALK Full lot on Jackson St. , I1I5.MD. J. L. lllco A Co. 147 J MILITAKY real lots 40 ft front at $751 each Graham Crelgbtun lllk. US 2D FOll BALK Dodge st.two lots in Kllby place , fronting on Dodwo Rtroot. 1K5 fent. Two blocka bejonirtlio lots have sold for 13.000 , the same prlco wo ask tor those. Only $1,200 cash required. Shaw & Co,510 810th at. are the agents. IDA FOK BALI ! Nleo 4-room house , large level lot , barn mid out buildings. Cheap , at 11050. bniHlI semi-annual payments. 401 N bth it. * 242 S1J DODGK St , Cable. CorC6x-M.lli.000. Corner 00x133 , inside , aaxuo , All of the abn\ are bargains and will make purchaser money. Clarkson \ Hoatty. 21US 14th st. L-li 34 . MtaiTITBWKiKNUlTtfiT- . . _ . . , iWf euntnt ; if " Urti.ttitor. anllirortf"tf.rtj ' IB mk ! nUtV. , Vth , m"ail.08i ! 1i iep .4hu' * " " " " ThSaadtnEla trloCo. l08Li8tllcitu PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICH ESTER'S ENGLISH. " The OrlclBMl Mad ajr O BBla . tfl wd alwaji I4U4M. . I.wut ot wrlklM Inltttlaai. to LADIKS. Aak jew DrMiiUl Ht at. a Mtir. atK&M * . kr rtam mtlt , o7tb * boSj'f ul ? st"n J t trewtUeneo. rnll MtUculari aat ( atalcd ) ( te , CUIK aUOlOAL OO. . Uuiaio. M. Y , ' m - tJ 29 ON.T GEORGE A. CLARK , SOLE AGENT. The BEST anil 3IO8T POPCfcAJI Bcwlnjr Thread of SSodcrn Times. BEWARE OF tUITATiOXS , Sold at wholesale by Kiljjatrick Koch Dry Goods Co. . M. E. Smith ft Co. , und jy nil retail dealers. BONED WITH KABO. The ONLY COKSCT mndo that run bo returned br in mirclmsor after TIIltEK WEEK'S WJlAlt ir no' found PERFECTLY CATISFACTORY In every rciucct , uml IU prlco rofiinclod br seller Mudo In n variety of styles and nrlcm Sold by llrnt- rJH-ii iletlera ever > whoro. llowiro nf wortlilcss Iral bilious. None Kcimluo without llall auarao on box , CHICAGO CORSET CO. , O02 FRANKLIN STREET , CHICAGO. 1O8 II rand way , New York. Ttmbotlu Hie litoJ > fit trtrllen- elm lit flinjn'ltiiVt , com foil and Our name u t J. AT.COUSI NS , on eiery solc.j NEW YORK. DRS.S.&D.DAYIESON . . . 1707 Olive St , St. Louis Mo. 1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colorado , Of the Missouri Stale Museum of Anatomy , St. Louis , Mo. , University College Hospi tal , London , Gicsen , Germany and New York. Having devoted their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF Nervous. Chronic and Blood DISEASES , More especially tHosc arising from impru dence , invite all so suffering to correspond without delay. Diseases of infection and contagion cured safely and speedily with out detention Irom business , and without the use of dangerous drugs. Pa tients whose cases have been neglected , badly treated or pronounced incurable , should not foil to write us concerning their symptoms. Allletttrs receive immediate attention. attention.JUST PUBLISHED. And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt of one 2 cent stamp. "Practical Observations on Nervous Debility and Physical Exhaustion , " to which i * added an ' Essay on Marriage , " v ith important chap ters on Diseases of the "Reptoductive Or gans , the whole forming a valuable medical treatise which should be read by all young men. Address , DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON , 1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colorado. 1707 Olive St..St. L-uis.Mo. DIAMONDS , WATCHES , JEWELRY , Rill BRONZES AT * * - Importer' Prices in MAX MEYEIBBRO. nH WoodbridgeBrothers STATE AGENTS FOU TUb Decker Brothers O&UHA , MEBUASKA. Try tow rot We nrs selling four tlmns M manr "Tanalll'a Punch" agalnat any otbnr ci ar and have only bad thorn in the ca e a irook. J. A. Tnr.irn , DruirirUt , Urocknort , N. Y. R. W. TAHSILL&CO.m\\i \ AN EXCELLENT JUDCLf Of clothing remarked last week that our prices were too low. May be they are. The cheapness ot some of our goods make buyers sus pect the qualities. The secret is our stock is all new ; bought very low , and we can sell cheaper than others , besides we want to build up a larare trade , and are therefore offering extra inducements. A glance at our show window will give you an idea how we sell goods. Step into the store and examine quality and make of the garments ; you will not be urged to buy. Prices are marked plain on the goods and there is only one unalterable price for all no deviation the poor est judge can buy as safe as the best. If you can find other gar ments better made or cheaper elsewhere , bring ours back.and the money will be refunded to you. Our Furnishing department is well stocked and prices throughout equally low. We mention today , particularly , our line of medium and light weight-Underwear in all colors and all grades. We will present , this week to each customer , in our Boys' and Childrens' department , with a handsome set of dominos. All goods marked in plain figures and at one price * i Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. OMAHA RUBBER CO. , O. H. CURTIS , Pres. - J. HTJRD THOMPSON , Sec. $ & Treas Wholesale m Retail. iisr STOCK : "FIshBrnnd" Coats , llulbs. Douches , Hair Crimpers , Nursery bhcctlng , Speculum * . Air Pillows , Brushes , Drill & Duck , Jlalr Pius , . . . Sportsmen's Goods' , AlrBods , Brower'n Hose , Door Mats , Hats , Oil Clothing. stamps , Air Cushions , Caps , Dress Shields , Horse Covers , Packing , Stationer's Uam , Anil Rattlers , Capes , Drinking CUDS , Hose , 1I.II.&P. Co.Palls . . , . Syphons , Aprons , Carriage Cloth , Klastln Hands , Hose Couplings , P.if.ciian Ban 5yrln ; , Spittoons , Atomizers , Cartridge Hags , Elastic Stockings , IIoso Pipes , Pencils , Swimming Jacket ! Hands , Catheters , Ei agora , Hose Keels , Pen holders. Synnget 'P.if.ctlon B. , ' Clothing , Face Mags , Hot Wntar Bottles .Pessaries , Thimbles , Baptismal I'anta , Copy Book Sheets , Finger Oats , Haversacks , Plnno Covers , Throat Bags. Balls , Carpeting , Flower Sprinklers , Ice Hags , Pipes , Tubing , Math Mats , Cement , Floor Bcrnporu , Ice Caps , ripe btemi , Tumblers , Until Tubs , Clothe * Wringers , Folding Palls , InkStnnds , Plant Sprinklers , Toys. Bed Pans , Coats "Fish Brand" Foot Halls , Invalid Cushions , Pure Rubber , Tccth'gRlngsftPad * . j.cu OIIUUID , Combs , Force Cups. Leggings. Pants , Tobacco Poaches , H.II. & P.Co. Ilcltlng , Comb Cleaners , Fruit Jar Kings , Lined IIoso , Pistol Pockets , Trotting Rolls. Belt Honl.fi , Corks , Funnels , Lace Cutters , Rattles. Urinals , Bellows Cloth , Cork Scrmrp , Gfts Tubing , Life Preservers , Rubber Dam , Umbrellas , Hlus. Curry Comba , Ulovet , mackintosh Goods , Itulurs , Ventilating Soloi , Hlankets , Citspadors , Gossamer Caps , Match Boxes . , HopalrlngCloth , Wagon Aprons , Hoots A .Shoes , Cigar Cases , " Cloth , Martingale. Itlngs , Hhaft Itubbers , Wagon Covers , Hoyu Caps , CliulrTlps&Uuffors , COAtB , Stats , Shoes it Hoots , Hoys Coats , Dlnporn , Waterproofs , Slatting , Sink Scrapers , Bougie * , Dinner Cloth , Gaiter Straps , Mirrors , Scoops , Webbing , Bracelets , Dolls , Gun Covers , Mittens , Shooting Coats , WadlnaPantf , Hrcnst Pumps , neil Bodies , Outtn 1'erclia" , Nipples , Sling shots. Water Bottles , . llrcast Shields , Doll Heads , . Gymnasiums , Nursing lllbs. Soling , Window Cleaner * , Buffers , Door Bauds. Hair Curlers , Nursing Bottles , Sponge Hags , Wringer Bolts , Boston Ilclting _ , Rnbbcr and Cotton Belting * Packing and IIoso. Sole agents in Ouiabi. LeatherTleillngv Pnro Oak Tanned. Manuf.icturera of "PERFECTION BOX SYRINGES. " ManHfacturcrs.of"FISn BRAND RUBBER GOODS. " OMAHA RUBBER COMPANY , 1008 Farnam St. , OMAHA , NEB. Mall Orders Solicited and will Receive Prompt Attention. AWAY ! THE NEW YORK and OMAHA CLOTHING CO , , have in their show- window , a handsome PONY , CART AND HARNESS , complete , which they intend giving away on the 4th of July , Each purchaser of $250 worth of goods will obtain a ticket , which entitles him to one chance in the drawing , f This is a splendid chance for the boys , and for that matter for the grown folks to get an extremely stylish pony and cait for a trifle. Ccme and buy something and perhaps you may bs the lucky one , .Itcan be seen in our window all day , and during the evening from 7 until 9 o'clock ' , The New York and Omaha Clothing Go 1308 Farnam Street. 1187 SptlDt Valltl Stock Ptnn. OMAHA , NfSB. Oeortre Wilkea 519. Record 2:22. : Measured by K0. : ! ! the 3:35 : and the 3U. : ) stand art ; was the greatest that over lived. Hnvmg now B5 sons and daughters iu the 3:3) : list down Tne'onfr ' eon ot George Wllkes In the State of Nebraska. 3841 Black Wilkea 3541 Standard. Sired by George Wllkes 18 ; 1st dam Funny Ball , ilrea by Confederate Chief , own brother toWooaford Chief. 2.23W : 2nd dam Uyodyk'a lUmbletonlan. Will rtand for mares at the above farm at f35 tbo season , casu time of scr- Tice , with privilege ot return should mares nat prove In foal. Limlte4 to 20 mares besldoi my own. Season commence * * ob. 1st and ends August 1st , 188f. For further particulars tend torclreulara. - FREE U Trtol llfc OiUffc In * ud Ifedn4 i K t MB. A. . OLW C9. lf w .kl.r..iSU H U. UferM.OO. RELIABLE JEWELER. Watchei , Diamond * , Fine Jewelry , Silverware The largest stock. Price * the lowest. Repairing * specialty. Work warranted. Corner Douglas and 16lli street * . , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union Pacific Railroad Company. The G. E. Mayne Eeal Estate and Trust Co M. W. 00 * . 15th AND HA.BNKT , OMAHA. Property of every description for aalo Iu nil parts of the city. Lands for sttlu In every county in Nebraska. A COMPLETE SET OF AHSTKACTS Of Tltloaof Douglas County kept , Maps of the city , state or county , or any other information doaired 'urnlshoJ ' * a of obttrge upon upplication.