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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. MAY 2 , 1887.
MOTH'S ' SECRET MARRIAGE , The Wrestler Captures the Daughter of a Zaueaa Oity Banker. RAILROAD SUPPLIES IN FLAMES ( Clio lift ml licABtio Tlio PoMolflco Clmnftc The ArtCNlati Well A Woman Assaulted Other Local News. Motti'n lloinnntlo MnrrlnRc. A sensational story has just been made public concerning the big hippoilromo wrestler , Charles , Moth , who recently left tills city. During his stay of live months in Omaha Moth established his reputation as a masher , if not as a wrest ler. Tull , line-formed , fair-looking unit with an abundance of Inisnro ho gave al most his entire attention to extending his circle of acquaintance. JIo was a con- Htantattemlant ; ( t all of the bicycle races nt the exposition building and added n number of'conquosts ' to his list. Heforc ha loft the city he was daily in receipt of a largo number of perfumed billet doux from the objects of his alleged ad miration , anil hi.s departure no doubt caused more than OHO sigh of regret nmong his fair friends. Uut the climax of hn ! career as a masher has been made public in the statement that a short time before Moth came to Omaha last fall ho was secretly mar ried to the daughter of n wealthy Kansas City banker. The story is to this effect : Moth was in Kansas City several months last fall where ho had u series of wrestling matches with the Jap. In training for ono of these matches ho used the Y. M. C. A. gym nasium. It was there that ho met ono day a vision of loveliness in the person of the banker's ( laughter already mentioned. She ! s described as n tall , linelv formed young lady , eighteen years of ago , with clear complexion , large lustrous eyes , nnd a wealth of blonde hair that added much to her general attractiveness. When Moth lirst saw her she WAS ac companied by an elderly lady. lie as serts that she smiled at his glances of ad miration and ho determined to form an acquaintance. After walking the streets for several days ho saw the lady alight from her currinco and enter a dry goods store on ono of the principal streets. A dollar was slipped into the hands of her colored coachman and Moth possessed the information that her name was Stella Wilcox and that she was to attend -intertainmcnt at Coatcs' opera house that nieht. Moth was on hand. Miss Wilcox occupied a box. There was the usual preliminary exchange of glances nnd a final nod of recognition. Moth went homo wild. Ho sent a note to the young lady the next day and appointed a mooting for the afternoon. The meeting resulted more favorably than Moth had hoped. The woman assorted that on her jwrt it had boon a case of love nt lirst sight and announced that she was ready to marry the burly wxcstler at a mo ment's notice. Will Smith , who came hero with Moth , was in Kansas City nt the time with his wife and Moth pressed them into the scheme to effect his pur pose. Ho induced Miss Wileox to visit Mrs. Smith , where ho met her day after day. Miss Wilcox's mother finally grow suspicious of the attentions o ! Mr. and Mrs. Smith , nud decided to take her away on a visit. This quickened tlio per formance of Moth's programme , and ono ntternoon , early in November , Moth nnd Miss Wilcox were united iu marriage In thu presence of Smith and his wifo. The affair was kept secret , as Miss Wilnox claimed she was afraid she would be disinherited if her mother learned of her alliance before she be came of ago. During Moth's stay in Omaha ho received letters daily from his wifo. It is understood that she is the Btep-daughter of a well-known banker of Kansas City , and has a largo amount of money iu her own right. Just how she could be led into a marriage with a big ignorant nobody like Moth is not readily understood. It is stated that since the matter has become public the young woman's relatives have commenced pro ceedings to have the marriage annulled. SUrPMES IN FIjAMES. Destruction of the St. Paul ana Omaha Store House. The Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha oil house and supply store burned yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The master mechanic discovered a slight smoke Issuing from the platform on the west side of the building and hastened to throw water upon It. In two minutes the whole structure , a wooden one-story building , was ablaze. It was beyond hope of being saved by the time the fire- meu were there. Two alarms were turned in and nearly the whole depart ment responded. Five streams were di rected against the blazing build ing , but not until the woodwork if , was gone was the water of any avail. For so small an amount of visible Is malarial the llamcs luuigon with remarkable - able tenaoitv. In the cottar wore over COO gallons of oil uscil in locomotive headlights and on niaehlnery. All other supplies , includ ing packing and candles , wcro in the building. This inllammable material furnished the fuel for the lire. The books containing the accounts of stores , and a quantity of tools were also destroyed , The loss approximated $5,000 , covered bi insurance. The lire was produced , it is thought , by a handful of packing which , saturated by oil and heated by a hoi journal , htiu fallen under the platform where the lire started. It was purolv accidental. THE LAND LEAGUE. A Fund For tlio Ucllof of the Erf clod Tenants of Ireland. A meeting of the Irish land league a Cunningham hall , yesterday afternoon was attended by but thirty members Tresidout J. A. McShano presided , am rend n letter ho had received from llov , John Williams , pastor of St. Barnnba : , church , in which , as an outsider , tin writer expressed his indignation nt tin charges against the Irish charactci which had boon made by Major Sauudor | i > son in the English parliament. Tin P reading of the letter was received will ijf' applause , nnd n vote of thanks tendcroi to the reverend gentlemen for his appro elated expressions of sympathy for thi oppressed Irish. Secretary Broderick read n letter fron the secretary of the state league , calliiij Attention to the abuses that are n < > \ being practiced by the Englisl landlords in evicting the pee "lohanG In Ireland. The lotto urged the calling of n mass meeting t take action in condemning this coorulor Upon this point there was a lengthy di ; cussion. Several of the members prci ! cut favored the calling of n monster mas , meeting to formulate n protest again * : | the continued abuse of Ireland nt th hands of the English government. Fresi dent McShane took an opposing view S said he hail more care for the ovicte s than ( or any protest against th andlords. He said the evicted tenants of Ireland needed bread more than they iceded sympathy. Ho was in favor of aking up a subscription for the relief of ho peasantry and stated that he would give | 1,000 to such a fund. Whalun & Iron nan Bros , added $50 andM. Lee f25. [ 'he list was quickly increased until the imount readied f 1,200. The matter was hen referred to a committee of three to continue the work of securing siib. crip- ions and to call a general meeting of the eague at Cunningham hall on next Sun- lay afternoon. nt wf . DO \ i ' I'jIjlJ X ULjtNlurs No Discrimination in the Second Wnrd ItCRlstry. To the Editor of the BEK : The com munication in the BEE Saturday evening , signed "Republican Voter , " nnd the comments of your reporter in thu Sun day Hen , asserting that I discriminated against republicans , has not a single cle ment of truth to back it. Tiio fact is the name of every voter in the district known to me , has been carried to the new registry. The names of Fred Bohm , David C lo nnd Mr. Dcvnllcn , mentioned by a "Kcnublican Voter , " as having been omitted , can bo found in the list of voters published by me iu the BIIJ : of the 27th. "Mr. McDonald and his four sons" 1 did not know until they called and wcro registered Saturday afternoon before - fore the communication referred to ap peared in print. JAMES DONNKI.LY , Sr. Registrar Second district , Second ward. AMUSEMENTS. Oysters anil Chnmpngno Plnyod at Hoyds's. Last Nieht. "Oysters and Champagne" is a beauti ful comedy. It deals with n dangerous subject in an artistic manner. At times it is intensely suggestive but it always escapes the danger of condemnation by the adroitness of tlio author which is everywhere displayed in both sentiment nnd situation. Last night the audience , which wit nessed this piece at lioyd's , was not as largo as the UMial audiences of the past season. This is to bo regretted , the morose so because the piece was excellently played. It was slow in obtaining the appreciation of the audience , but when the coldness of the gathering had been broken , the rest of the night was passed between smiles and peals oi applause. All the performers did well , the follow ing bein in the cast : Messrs. Koch. Fills , Uiilig , Bnureis , Lindemann nnd Mrs. Baurets. Fuls-Ahl , nnd Lindcmanu. THE CAULETON Ol'KIEA COMPANY. "Erminino , " the reigning craze at the New York Casino during the past year and still holding uninterrupted sway , is beyond question the most popular opera ever produce in Now York. It In very closely copyrighted and can bo presented only by the Ctwino and Carletou com panies. Otherwise it would bo spread out over the country moro widely than oven "i > inaforo"nnd tho"Mikadp" in their palmy days. As it is "Erminino" is al ready becoming the popular music of the day. It is whistled on the streets , sung in the parlors and its lively airs are heard everywhere throughout the cast. The "Erminino" lullaby has boon adopted by Emma Abbott as a substitute for "Nearer , My God to Thee" in the "Traviata" and "Home , Sweet Home , " in "lligolotto. " Mr. Carleton will open his season of three nights and Wednes day matinee nt Boyd's opera house to-night with" Ermiuino" and will give it a second time at tlio matinee. "Nanon" willQbo given to-morrow night , "Tho Drum ' " nnd Major's Daughter" Wednesday evening. ji r i IJEltNlIAnDT. Mr. Edgar H. Strakosch , representing Sarah Bornhardt. arrived in the city last night to m like the liual arrangements for the appearance of this eminent actress at Bovd's on Friday and Saturday evenings. The sale of reserved seats will commence to-day. The regular sale will commence to-morrow. Ladies should reflect well before using any preparation that is appplicd to so delicate a surface as the skin. Any cosmetic - motic will at first impart a beautifying cllcct and not apparently injure the skin , but in n very short time Ifttlo blotches and discolorations appear on the face which conclusively show the poisonous drugs in their composition. It can bo safely said that moro than two-thirds of : ho taco powders contain these injurious ingredients. Pozzoni's medicated com plexion powder is not only absolutely free from all deleterious matter , but its principal ingredient is nu active cura- Live lor all diseases ofthe skin. It lias stood the test of years. Sold by all druggists , ana at the depot GOT N. Sixth street. The Pnllmnn Vosttbuled Train , That magnificent wonder in modern railway train building , which is to run dally between Now York and the West PS the new "Limited Express" over the PENNSYLVANIA LINES , will be on exhibi tion at Omaha Union Depot from 0:00 : a. m. to 8:00 : p. ra. Tuesday , May 3rd. The ladies , newspaper men , railway men , business men nnd the traveling public generally nro invited to take n look at it a series of new and incompar able Pullman palaces on wheels , con nected by ingeniously constructed vesti bules of steel , mahogany nnd glass , thereby forming nn absolutely solid train , without an open platform from the front end of the smoking , bathing nnd shaving parlors to the rear cud of the last sleeper composing this curiously beautiful and successful creation. Virtue In llrandrctirs FUN. There is moro virtue in ono BRAND- RCTH PII.I. than in a bottle of the best Sarsaparilla. The solid extract of Sar- sapunlla contained in BIJANUUKTII'S PILLS in combination with other Veg etable Extracts , makes them the strong est blood punhor known. Ono or two at night for a week will remove all pimples and eruptions cf the skin and make the complexion fair as an infant. Hastings. The Mo. Pacific and Northwestern have submitted propositions for bonds which will bo voted sure. J. D. Riley , the real estate broker , has great bargains in busi ness lots nnd aero tracts. Dawcs & Foss' Addition n specialty. Rooms , 5 and Q Opera Houso. A Voting Lncl's Experience. About two weeks ago n bright faced young lad about thirteen years of ago ap plied for work at the Metropolitan hotel , lie ( rave his name as Bert Brooks and said that ho had run away from his home at Connoautvillo , Pa. , nnd had beat his way 19 Omaha in just n week's timo. He was given employment and advised to write to his parents informing thorn ol his whereabouts. Ho did so nnu received n request for him to como homo nt once , Ho had tired pretty well of life niuonp strangers and so returned homo. The richest man in Philadelphia is stil ! n bachelor , which gives rise to the opin ion that either the young women of tun city nro not smart , or that ho is. / branch house of Kirk & Co. iu Phlladol phia supply that trade with the "Juve ullo" Toilet Soap. BASO Hall. The C. E. Mayne club easily defcatoi the Ft. Omaha nine nt the ball ground ; yesterday nfternoou by a score of 20 tc 10. The severe wind of the afternoor. made it decidedly unpleasant for both tho. players and Cbo spectators ! ThoU E. Mayno'i propose to cross willows will any 'amateur nine an the state. The Oiuatia club dad not play at ver yesterday on account of the rain af hat place. The second game of the cries will bo played to-day wlthO'Lcary nnd Krehmoyer as the battery for tbo homo team. "Notice to Itottl Estate Agents. " Prlco on lots 5 and 0 , block 5. Ken dalls add. , is hereby fixed at $2,000 , ( if old soon ) half cash , balance easy. x. j. Uossack , 1034 O St. Lincoln , Neb. To Whom It May Concern. The republican party of this city in convention assembled presented to the electors of this city on Saturday April ! 3d a most excellent municipal ticket. Clio work of that convention is not the result of a faction or fight , nor was It contributed to by bossism or chicanery , ntt it represents the honest sentiment of roprcsciUativo citizenship. A ticket which merits the hearty support of all classes of society. To-morrow the ro- mbllcan parly proposes to have a full ballot , an honest election and a fair count , and to that end the executive committee of tlio republican central com- nittce has perfected a detective system vhcreby each voting district in this city will bo protected from election frauds. Jur detectives are duly authori/.ed and sach man discovered violating the elect- on law.Jn any manner whatsoever , will 10 arrested and prosecuted. The present election law is a very stringent ono , and a Tiolation of it will send the transgressor o a criminal's coll. I ) . 11. Miiciu. : : : Chairman Republican City Central Committee. Prohibition Meet inc. The prohibitionists of Omaha are called o moot at the Buckingham to-night at ! o'clock. Business of importance. Let us have a full attcndunco. EDWIN B. GitATiAM , Chairmau. Republican Rally , Eighth Ward. There will bo a republican rally at 'ruyn's carriage repository , corner of L'wenty-third and Izard streets , at 8 o'clock p. m. this evening. Hon. C. F. Mandcrson , W. J. Broatch , W. F. Gurley , folin Rush , E. K. Long and Lcavitt Buruham will address the meeting. Swedish May Festival- The only May festival of which record s to bo made to-day was that of the Swedish Library association , at Metz's jarden on Saturday. The idea was ex cellently conceived and very successfully carried out. It incorporated the old- ime yet ever-interesting May-polo dance , ) csides a dance programme of twenty- our numbers. All of these wore greatly enjoyed by the large attendance and a rood sum was realized for the society , [ 'he orchestral music was supplied by 'rofessor Steinbauser , aided by an ex cellent corps of musicians. Besides , there vas the following short supplemental ) rogrammo : 'Vsttalet Tlerr Olof Berfjstrom Orchester , Svenska Koikinolodier Ana 13as Infellco ( Opr. Etnanl ) Nenll Heir C. A. Jncobson Signer Kllodoro Do Csinpi , Accompapnist Grand March , arranged by Prof. F. SI. Stcinhaiiscr The committee in charge was a fol- ows : Andrew Newman , Chas. W. Wi- loll , Chas. Hanson , Chas. L. Olson , Just. Hanson and Svan Wickman. Floor managers C. A. Jacobsou , John lolmbery and Chas. Johnson. Before You Start. On a journey , go to n drug store and tot a Dottlo of Chamberlain's Colio , Jholcra and Diarrhoea Remedy , as a safeguard - guard against an attack of bowel com- ) laint. Many prudent and careful per sons never travel without it. Hundreds ) f traveling men are never without a jottlo of it in their grip. Many lives ind much suffering has been saved by its : imely use. No ono can afford to travel without a bottle of this pleasant , safe and reliable preparation. A Change for tlio Hotter. The weather promises a change for the better , or , at least , the cooler. The storm signal flag is waving from the United States building. In the cast , last night , in ominous cloud appeared , which .ookcd all tlio more black because it was frequently illuminated by liitul lightning gleams. , _ To cure Rheumatic or other pains , take a thick piece of llannel , saturate it well with Dr. J. II. McLean's Voloanio Oil Liniment , bind it round the limb , or wherever the pain is , and place over it a hot iron , or hold to the fire , so as to ap ply as much heat as possible , A Saloon liurularlzcd. Foley's saloon , on Thl rtceuth street , near Farnam , was visited by burglars on Saturday night. The thieves eil'cctod'an entrance through a rear door and tapped the money drawer for $80. Typographical Union. At the annual election of otlicors of the Omaha Typographical union , held yes terday afternoon , the following wcro elected for the ensuing year : President N. S. Malian ; vice presi dent W. E. Barlow ; financial secretary James Canan ; treasurer J. E. Wheo- Ian ; recording secretary W. F. lludgo ; sergcant-at-arms II. Long ; executive board chairman , James Dermodv , C. R. McClollan , O. M. Hopkins , O. E. Aberaathy , L. Moulton. J. D. Riloy. Real Estate Broker , Hast ings , Nob. References : City Nat'l bank and Adams County bank. Hubbcll's Bankers' Directory. J.H. Hubbcll &Co. , of Now York , have published a Bankers' Directory and At- tonny's List. This work contains a complete list of the banks in every city in the United States and Canada , with the capital and surplus of each. The name of ono or more responsible attor neys for each town is also given. Be sides tliis the names ot the cashiers and directors of each bank are given , also a list of all banks In Great Britain , a list of all members of the American _ Bankers' association , together with concise synop ses of the laws which are of interest to banks , bankers and merchants. This book should bo in the ollico of every banUer ami merchant In the country. Publishing house at 293 Broadway , Now York. Their Fine is Still There. A short time ago the impression was spread broadcast , accidentally or other wise , that the Arbucklo Colluo company had purchased the business of McLaugh- llu , the great XXXX coll'eo man. Mr. Robert M. Simons , who represents the MoLaughlin company in Nebraska , in conversation with the BEE yesterday , emphatically denies any such sale on the part of his company , but to the contrary Mr. Simons says that the justly cele brated McLaughlin coffee is monthly reaching increased sales all over the west and that the firm will continue to push business , satisfy their many patrons and bo open competitors in the coll'eo trade. The Gate City Oil Co. will meet at 1 o'clock p. m. next Sunday.Mayl.in W. P. Andrcsf ollico , Cunningham block. All members are requested to bo present , as business of importance must bo attended to at once. Stephen J. Broderick , presi dent ; Puilip Andres , secretary. Wanted A partner m the drug busi ness , a registered druggist , with small capital. Ono of out towns in state. In quire nr address Wright & Lasbury , under Paxton house , Omaha. Fine watch and jewelry repairing al ewelry stor , at North IMatto. The bridge of the Dn < on Pacific com pany across tie Flutto river nt North Platte was scl on Cro by some miscrcnnt yesterday morning and waa considerably damaged. The train which is duo hero nt Ulu : in the evening was four hours late , in coiifoqucucu. POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder never varies. A marvel of mrlty , strength nnd wholesotncncss. More economic than the ordinary kinds , andean- lot be sold in competition with the multi- ude of low cost short weight alum or jhosphate powders. Sold only in cans Royal Baking Powder Co. , 106 Wall-st. , Vcr York. _ T.AKE FOREST UNIVERSITY , JU IAKK1OUEST. . ILLINOIS Is \Tcll-cqiilppcd Institution , with classical nnd iclcntlllo courses of n gritdc onuul to thiit of tlio cadlng A tnorlcHii college : * . It Ims n plcnsnnt lo- mtlon. 1 hour's rlilefiom Chicago. Uxiimlun- tlons for Aimils'Jon will bo held .luno SJSth und -"Jlli , at ClilcnKO nnd .Springtlcld. Ill ; ludlnnapo- lls , Ind. ; Murquotto , KuUuiiuoo.Mlch. ; Mllwau- k.o. WIs. ; Dubulmo.Iown ; Ht. J'mil , Jllnn. , St. lo..o. , Kansas City , Mo. ; Oinaliu , NcU ; Denver. lo. lor full partieulnrfl of examinations nnd Catalogue , address President W. C. HOUUHT8 , Lnko Forest. Illinois. n biit ; tfdtxt * lii.ll.crrlii.nj or - A , ( [ If. , < > ; nillil. oothlngciuT titi of 1' " " ? , " * ' " wnk pirli.Mitor. nd V lorouiSlrtcrth. tucltio . ' ofcl JSw ft Vh ! pro.f menu over tl oOitr b lu.Vorit curl peri min.ntljrtnrtrl In thr.e month ! . N , lert p.mpbleHc. ttmp TheSaiden Electric Co. l69LaS llcu Chiciaa OISI.T. GEORGE L CLARK , SOLE AGENT. The BEST and MOST FOPCIiAII Bowing Thread of Modern Times. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Sold at wholesale by Kllputrick Koch & Co. , Dry Goods Co. , M. E. Smith fk Co. I'axton , GnlliiKliur & Co. And by all ICutail Dealers. HEALTH. WEALTH. B | dc ( ! irnmUtt for all ritfwaiciili tliellirory mil ] | < rnrtlra tt | IT. nlofc.liic.ltj mil * | * < -iiml | rlifici.n , mil In all largo cuiiiiiiunilki , tlicy lime Ilicw > i.cciuli ! i ( o cictl In nhlrh , tlicjriLr t llnlr tuitlkl anil Mnclirc. UK. Orrn- JUHKO U n luonnru Illustration of ilia modem .clioolof > peclulliliiin'IMiUB | > rrc lni ! l > ucioulnlliCtrutm > ntor CnmnlcNcrtr < > uiiiiiilHi claL ! > iu Kito1liKi ( ) ltai cn. Ueiful ai Itll nallrrhiF. The | K-r.oni wlwi ixr.1 tnrdicnl tl most lltUral9orUna > < tnUinmiiii ] ncoom- nd nucrewTuI pkjrlclan In Hie IITMJII of DR. Ormi- KoiR.1vholi1iWjr [ od If ilia mtJicil i > iufc - won at home end abroad. TO THOSE II < ) tT8T OF IlEU.TIIl 8cnil tampft > rr.i ar < mManan lm | > uliiiitQu < illnn inil lyiuiitoni IJrt on hli.1i to B. I n full liitlwy of lliflr UIM.UK. Mulirliiu hnt ( fverywlicrpliy ) ripi-mi ) niltlttty \ IctUr. Umtultatkm IKa anil conft < lcntlatl > crionaly ! or 1 } inalL IN rnuoMc nnKA < . , Urinary and Tlrriroiliic- c Oiyniii , Hi vrrll aiall olbcr klndrrd CUM * of cither ct C U noraJar. , , . Dr. OTTERBOURC , 01 riCE IIOCKSl Cor. I JIU aaj llod | . Ml , 0 to 12 . BI. , ! t ( o & and 1 to 8 p. u. Oullii , NKO. OMAHA I3tli St , Cor. Capitol Avenut. TOR THI THIlTIfXKT Or AU. Chronic fir. Surgical Diseases PR. Mo MENAMY. Proprietor. Suteen jetr. ' Iloitilnl and Private ITacuc We linvo the facilities , eppantui and remcdlw for tha succcuful treatment of every form of Ult ima requiring tltbtr medical or imrgleal treatment , dad InVUo all to come and ItiTcitigata for themielvc * IIP correipond with u § . Long eiperlenc * la treat- caiei t > r letter enable * us to treat [ oauy iclentlflcalfy wllhoat iceinr them , WR1TK roit ClllOULAH on Deforntllej and Dr c i , club Feet , Curtaturei of tlie Spine DIIEAIZI orToMmf , Pilei , Tumor. , Canceri , Caturb , Bronchltit , lubalatlon , Ekctriclly , Paral. jiii , Kpllepir , Kidney , KJI , Ear , Ukln , Blood auj all rurelcal operations. Ilmttorlei , iBhal.ri , Ilraevf , Trnaaei , nnl all kind , of Medical and Surgical ApplUucei , man ufactured and for-itto. Thi onljr r.llablo Madlctl Intliluls making Private ; Special Nervous Diseases 1 rA BPECIAI.TT. AM , CONTAQIOU8 AND DLOOD DT8EA8BS , from wbat Tercauie produced , iucce.efnlly treated. Wo cm remote S/pillltto pouoa from tbo aj.tera without merourjs New rt.toratlT * treatment for loin of vital power , ALL COMMUNICATIONS CONFIDENTIAL Call and eonittlt tu or tend name and po t-o llc a'ldrcn ' plainly written encloeo ataup , and wo ntll i.nd you , la pUU wrapper , our PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEIf uroM PMViTa , BricuL AMU KIHTOUI DI > CA I , SlHtMAL WrAKMIK , BrtRMATOBBUCSA iMPDVHM- cr , HrrRttii , UOMOBRIUIA , OUST , VARICOCSLE , SrmioTL'ni. AND ALL DitEAiia or Tin OB-IITO- UKIIABT OBOIS. , or tend biatory of your cac * for an opinion. Perioni unable to Tlilt ns nay he treated at thtlr bonej , by correapondence. tledieinea and Initro- nenta acnt by tnall or ernr..i BHC'UIIELY PACK KD yROM OBSEKVAT10N. no marin to indlcaU ecntentj or aender. One pertoa&l iuterrltw pro- ferrej l ( convenient , fifty oon. for tha Tcuin- modatlaa of patlcntt. Board and"aitecdaiMa at Addrwia U Iatra to Omaka Medical and Ser icsl inslltate. fi r. 1 3lb It and Cultol * - OMAHA. M * . THE ONLY METHODS Which , we employ to gain patronage , are low prices for good * honest goods. The neople are quick to recognize this fact and our success so far shows it. Our salesmen do not need to use much per * suasion to sell goods ; our prices speak loud for us and convince the customer every time that WE HAVE NO COMPETITION IN THAT LINE. Last week we received 300 more of our popular $5.75 Mens * Suits. We have sold over 300 of them already , and everv one sold is making for u a dozen new customers. Tliev are strictlv all wool cassimere , of a nice , stylish brown plaid color , serge lined and well made. We will sell them at same price , $5.75. Thev cannot be duplicated bv other dealers for less than $8.5O. We still have a fair assortment of Spring Overcoats. Two weeks ago thev were marked down ver v low , but as we are verv crowded' ' and need room for our constantlv arriving summer goods , we haw * put the knife still deeper into them. Thev must go. The weather is not vet so warm that vou can safelv dispense with a light over * coat. Here is an opportunitv to get one at less than half price * All goods marked in plain figures and at one price , Nebraska Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. OMAHA RUBBER CO. , O. H. CURTIS , Pres. - J. KURD THOMPSON , Sec. Treas Wholesale m Retail. insr STOCK : "Fish Brand" CoMs , nulbs. Douches , IlnlrCrlmuera , Nursery Sheeting , Speculum ? , Alrl'lllows , Uruslics , Drill & Duck , llnlr 1'ina , Navy Hags \ \ , SportBtuim'a Goods. Alrlteds , Browcr'a Hose , Door Mala , Hula , UllClothing , Stampa , Air Cushions , Caps , Dress Shields , Horse Covers , 1'acklng , Stationer's Gum. Antl Haulers , Capes , Drinking Cups , lloao , II. II. ft I1. I'o.l'olls , Bynhons , Aprons , Carriage Cloth , Klastlc Hands , Hose Couplings , PerUction Box Syring.Hplttooti , Atomizers , Cartridge Bags , Elastic Stockings , JIoso Pipes , Pencils , Swimming Jacket * Bauds , CathcUrs , Kraaers , Hose Heels , Pen hohlera. Syiin 'P il ction Bs < j Bandage Rnm , Clothing , Face Hags , Hot Water Bottles , IVsBnrlc" , Thimbles , Bapllauial I'ants , Copy Hook Sheets , Finger Cots , Haversacks , Piano Covers , Thront Hags. Balls , Carpeting , Flower Sprinklers , Ice lings , Pipes , Tubing , Bath Mats , Cement , Floor Scrapars , Ice Caps. Pipe Stems , Tumblers , Bath Tubs , Clothes Vf ringers , Folding Vails , InkStanda , Plant Sprinklers , Toys. Bed I'nns , Coats "Fish Brand1 'Foot Balls. Invalid Cushions , Pure Itubhcr , Tceth'gningsftrads , Bed ShcclP , Combs Force Cups , Pants , Tobacco Vouches. U JL.tl'.Co. Belting , Comb Cleaners , Fruit Jar Kings , Lined lloee , Pistol Pockota , Trolling Itolla , * ct ! Hooks , Corks. Funnels , I/ace Cutters , Battles , UrlimlB. hollows Cloth , Cork Screws , Gas Tublnr , Life Preserver ! ! , Itubhcr Dam , Umbrollnd , Bibs , Curry Combe , Uloro , Mackintosh Goods , Killers , Ventilating Soles , Blanketn , Cuspadors' , GoeeamorCftpi , Match Bovca , ItcpairlngCUtb , AVngon Aprons , Boots & Shoes , Cigar Cases. " Cloth , MartlDgalu Kings , Klmft Hnbbcrs , "Wagon Covera , Boys Caps , ChalrTlps * Buffers , Coata , Mats. Shoos A llooti , Wngon Hprlngs. Boys Coats , Diapers , Waterproofs , Matting , Kink Scrapers , AVcalhorStrlps , Bougies , Diaper Cloth , Gaiter Straps , Mirrors , Scoops , AVehblng , Bracelets , Dolls , Gun Covers , Mittens , Shooting . Coats , Wadlngl'ants. Breast Pumps , Doll Ilodlca , Gutth Porchn , Nipples , Sling.shots. Water IJottlcs , BreastShlelds , Doll Hcadn , GymnaBluma , Nursing Itlba. Holing , Window Cleanori , Bulfors , Uoi > r Bauds , Hair Curlers , Nursing llottles , Hpongo Hags , Wringer llolls , Boston Belting . . J Go's. Rubber and Cotton Belting , Packing nnd Ifoso. Sole agents in Omaha. Leiithcr Bclllnff ; Tare Oak Tanned. Manufivcturcrs of "PERFECTION BOX 8Y1JLNGES. " Manufacturers of "FISH BRAND RUBBER GOODS. " OMAHA RUBBER COMPANY , 1008 Farnam St. , OMAHA , NEB. Hull Orders Solicited and will Receive Prompt Attention. $3.OO $3.OO $3.OO .GO" $3 . $3,00 TWO ORPHANS $3.00 $3.00 Yankee Clothiers , $3.00 $3.00 Last year sold ono thousand pairs of Hair Mao Pants at $3. Tlioy were all wool and well made , and wo bollovo that every person who got a pair of the pants , wcro well satisfied with them , and when they find they can got them again this year , will como at once and select a pair. No other house has them as they were made is our own factory in $3.00 $3.00 Maine , and made for our OAVB traue. If you did not got a pair lust sea son , como at once and Select One Pair All Wool for $3. $3.00 $3.00 Andrews Bros , , Yankee Clothiers , $3.00 $3.00 1113 Farnam Street. " ' $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 'I Embody Hie ItlgJiett exeellen- rleslittliaiiellnett , coin fort iintl favorltetiiifathlonaulccirclcy , OurnameU IJ.&T.COUSINS , on every sole. ) NEW YORK. RUPTURE CURED. By Dr. Snedlkor't method. No operation ! No Palni No Detention Irojg builncti. AdiotoJ to children ID well u grown people. Hundredi ot auto npa eitlaionlal. on Die. All builne * * ttrlcUycouUde tlal. COKSOLTATION KKKB. PKOI\ . D. COOK , BoomO , lOUDoufilas t. , Omaha , Neb. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. Btyllsh , IluMblo , Eauy Flttlne. Tbo licit S3 hliuo In the World. IV. J. . KOUUI.AS S2.5O SHOE the 3 hliotia uuvcr * tbcd by other llruia. Our > UTOi ; Ton HOYS plvei prcat r ( l > factlon. All thoalKivoaro inailu Iu Jlutton , CnnRrcrs unrl I are , nil Mylra of toe. MU by U.OOO ( IfalcrBthniiclintit tlio U. H. If your rtf ler ilo.- not kn'ii them , enil name oniK > italto W.I I1OUII.A < < . ltii ) < 'litiin.Muiiii. RCU/ADP / (1C CDAlin u tuu " DCnHntl UP rnHUU.kMmrlcilzo that MIIIIO unacrupulniK dealer * are oircrliiK other Roods n mine , ami when nalcvil wlijr my stamp Is not on tlio Hioon. fUto tlut I have ilUcontlinttil ll iu > . THIS IS 1AI.SI' . Tnko nano rciinufntctl to lie tha "W. I . Douglas fahoca , " unlc imino , irurrantru anil iirim ni' t-liiinncil mi linttiiiii < > ( c ih Shoe. W. L. UOUUL.Va , Jtrocktun , Mun. For sale by Kclloy , Sllprcr & Co. , cor Doilfo ( nnd iCth-stB. ; Hanry Sargcut , cor. toward and Sauuilors bt3. One Ae.nt ( f rcn.nt onlrl nt .1 In * rtrr town tot TourTanslll'gl'unchCq cigars uio as . . . . . . ng suiur und they never full 10 ixlvo perfect bullBfactlon. H. W. M.tiu.v , Chiunpulrn.ll ft. W. TANSILL & CO. , CHlplfl1 PIANOS CHICKERING Vose&Sons Instruments exchanged , rented and sold on easy payments , vcloiu Factory Prices , t Instruments sUylttly used at xlj G-REAT BABG-AINS , Maxleyrt Brd Omalia , Neb * . "