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S THE OMAHA DAILY BJ3E3 : SATURDAY , JULY 23. 188 ? . NEW PLACE OF AMUSEMENT What it is to Bo With a Mention of Attrac tions. FUNERAL OF JOHN CAMPBELL. The Itctnll Whisky Man Pormlng a Combination to Test the Mqiior Law An Impolite Gar Driver. The Ornntl Opera House. There Is n force of nearly ono hundred men at work upon the now grand opera house , Into which the exposition hall is ( o bo metamorphosed. Mr. J. D. Jones , who , by the way , Is an old Omaha news paper man , is ( superintending the work nnd will manage the house after it is completed. This house is to bu tirst-class In every detail , and in perfecting the plans m view over $25,000 will bo ex pended. It is to be ready for occupancy by the last of October , and on September 1C is to be opened by Modjcska. The seat ing capacity of the grand opera house will be something over U.OCO , with I.'IOO orchestra chairs upon the ground lloor , and the balance in the galleries and boxes. Of the latter there will bo six teen , all dropping as they como toward the stage and being upholstered and finished With an elaborateness and significance surpassed in no city of the west. A six- tecn-lncli wall will separate the opera house proper from the exposition hallbut .BO arranged by a series of enormous arches that , with but little trouble , the whole can bo thrown into one vast build- lug. The scenery , which vie in beauty and attractiveness with that of any of the leading houses of Chicago or St Louis , is to be finished by Graham , the well known scenic artist , while the opera chairs and small furniture are to como from the Grand Rnpids.Mich.school fur nishing company , and are to bo very fine , richly upholstered und witu luxu riant plush seats and backs. Tnoy are of the latest pattern , self-folding on vaca tion by the occupant , easy , convenient nnd ornamental. While the scenery is to bo of the most artistic finish , the drop curtain will be a marvel of beauty and costliness , of the tiortier order , lumping in heavy massive folds and parting in the middle a la the 1Vladison Square theatre of New York and Albatigh's opera hotiso of Washington , D , C. There are to be four exits on the ground floor , aggregating forty-live feet of exits , which oilers every facility for easy escape in case of fire , panic or other disaster. The main entrance is to be on Fifteenth street , with a gallery exit , while on Capital avenue there will bo an eight foot ground floor exit : also live exits from the tier of galleries to tlio ground lloor , nnd at no time , or in any position , will any portion of the audience bu over six teen feet from the ground. Another innovation on the plan of construction of Western opera houses will bo the aisles in the main auditorium , which widen as they approach the exits. In the circular ventilating openings in the west wall will bo a system of huge ro tary fans , run by water motor , connected with cold air ducts from the side regis ters , so the temperature of the house can be admirably regulated at all times. The entire house is to bo heated by steam and illuminated temporarily by gas. but later on the incandescent electric light will bo put in. Julius Meyer's Musical Union oiejiestra , fourteen pieces , has been engaged for the season of ' 87-8 , and the assurance of music of u superior ar tistic merit is assured. * The exposition hall will bo"'opcuctl on the evening of the 18th of nct month by a grand tcr- plchonan carnival , and it will bo readily seen that an enormous lot.of work must be accomplished within the interlum between the present anil that date , but the architect Mr. George A. Masters and Manager Jones declare that it will bo done. It is to bo a magni ficent structure throughout , and the in terior will probablv equal , if not surpass in resplendence , beauty and richnessany house west of the Father of Waters. The coilinc and walls are to be frescoed after the most modern and remote styleswlulo a crescent of heavy damask portieres of richest color and costliest quality arc to embellish the vacant area , back of the orchestra chairs , while niches with ele gant statuary , grottos and drinking fountains , urns for floral decorationsand all the late novelties in ornamenta tion and embellishment are to be provided. This house , let it be under- r8tood , is not being built in opposition to Mr. Boyd's , but from the fact that the 'gentlemen interested are of the opinion that the field afforded is amply extensive to justify the undertaking that is.Omaha is plenty large enough to support two first-class theatrical temples. Manager Jones has already made many bookings for the Grand , and among the curly at tractions are suoh luminaries as Booth , Langtry , Wardo and O'Noil. On the 9th of September the Veteran Firemen's as sociation of Now York city will bo here and occupy the hall , together with the world renowned Seventh Regiment bant ! and after that , in quick succession , will follow many of the greatest attractions that appear in New York , Boston , Phil adelphia and other eastern cities. MORTUARY MATTERS. Facts About These Who Have De parted this Ufa , JOHN CAMI'BKLT , . The funeral of Mr. John Campbell , the well known cltl/.on , who died on Wed nesday last , took place from his late resi dence , corner of Fourteenth and Dodge streets , yostcrdaymorning at 10 o'clock. Before the cortege started , Dean Gardener of tlio Trinity cathedral , road the Episco pal burial service in the presence * of a largo number of friends and many of the relatives of the deceased , and the choir of the cathedral feelingly rendered a couple of hymns. . The following gentlemen acted a pall-bearers : Judge Lake , Messrs. Goorco F. Brown , Joseph Barker , J. H. Lacey , A. J. Simpson , Robert C. Jordan , Itlajor Ualcombo and William G. Maul. The remains , which were encased in a metallic casket , covered with ( lowers , were Interred in the Prospect Hill ceme tery. A SIldniRhi Crnsiulo. A BED representative was tipped yes terday that a number ot prominent retail dealers , in conjunction with throe ' inlluonti\l ; wholesale whisky dealers , had a nicotine Friday evening in the counting room of ono of the Harnoy street whole sale houses , and a line of action in oppo. sition to the midnight law was drawn up Notwithstanding professed ignorance on the part of a niunbor of liquor dealers visited by the BEB .vestcrdav morning , it is an irrefutable fact that" pool is being formed for the purpose of touting this ordinance , and preliminary action doubtless hinges upon the result of the Hlscins ease before the police court this afternoon. Just what their modus operand ! is to bo and what they hope to accomplish is ono of those things no fellow can find out , A Model Driver. There is a driver on car No. 7 of th.c Thirteenth street line , to whom the pa trons of that road deslro to direct the at tention of the company. Recently about II o'clock two gentlemen ran to catch the car in question as it was cross ing Farnam utreet. A passenger lawthem antt rang the bull. The driver saw 'the runners , nnd instead of stopping the car for a moment shouted , "Let them run4 it ' 11 do them good,1' , at the same time whipping his horses into a more rapid gait. The i'ar , however , was overtaken , and the in dignation of both runners and passen gers was of a most ardent nature. When tlio car reached the railroad crossing it ran off the track , and then the driver ad- dros ed himself to the horses in the foul est anil most disgusting language , not withstanding that there were several la dies in the car. The Carpenters. Since the beginning of the differences between the contractors antl their em ployes , the carpenters have evinced a strong inclination to have their disputes settled without a strike. It is in the same spirit that they have resolved not to shut off work to-day , as was in correctly rumored , unless compelled by tlio masters to do so. Untier the con tractors' agreement of Juno 18 , they claim that they have the right to leave work on Saturday at 4 o'clock , receiving nine hours pay. They will accordingly adopt this course to-day , as usual , since the dating of the agreement , and will also return again to work on Monday unless dismissed by their respective employers. In this way they would throw the responsibility for the strike upon the contractors. It may not bo inopportune at the present juncture to reprint the full text of the contractors' agreement : TUB Aflltni'.MttNT. OMAHA , Juno 13 , ibS7. A special meeting called for the carpenter contractors of Omn- 1m , resolve , that the 5th dav of July , 18S7 , to the 1st day of January , IWsS , that nine hours do constitute a days work for all Journey men carpenters In the cltv of Omaha , and eight hours on .Saturday do constitute the same with additional pay and half for nil over time. Said contractors reserve the richt to grade thcfr men ns they deem proper , and that thirty cents per hour bo uald to all competent carpenters and iolncrs. . John McUulnn , T. H. Smith. William Evorson , J. B. Farroil , J. A. llnzcll , O. N. Bennett. S. MacLeod , James ( irlflltb , Hamilton & Wooloy , Slmmonds , Keeves & Co. , Shaw & Field , A. W. Pliolcs & Son , Narini : A ; Hoynolds , B. M. Nicolson , Jamt-s Hlcliards & Co. , Meyer & lllcks , Davis & lleddlnir , L. McOrcer. U. Stevens & Son , O. W. Buck. CharlnsJerrold , E. J. Corby , John 11 , llauto , George Waddell - dell , J. 0. Salisbury , A. Meyer , James Hayncs , Gcoriso 0. Allen , Latcy & Benson , Peter Sperllu , J Wet-da , M. T. Murphy. B. Joust , Finlazson & Noble , Charles A. Xelson and 11. B. Brown. It has been stated , however , that the parties to the above agreement do not consider it binding , inasmuch as the men undertook to procure the signatures of the contractors who were still working ten hours per day , and failed to do so. A contractor saul to a BEE reporter yester day morning , "What fools we would be to continue working only nine hours whilst numerous * other contractors have their men engaged ten hours per day. " ft is generally understood that quite a number of the master carpenters will grant the men the concession asked fer , while on the other hand a number ex press themselves as opposed to allowing nine hours' pay for eight hours' work on Saturday. Yesterday morning a reporter for the Bnc was told by E. L. Collins , member of the grievance committee appointed by the two carpenters' divisions in the city , that the above expressed the sentiment of the members of those bodies. "It is not , " ho said"as asserted in Tues day's Biu : , that the carpenters are go ing to strike. They propose to abide by their agreement , which is to work for the contractors at terms , which , by their own agrec.mont they obligated themselves to pay. If they violate that agreement , it wih bo themnot us.who will be respons ible for the strike. The announcement made by the contractors a short time airo of u different agreement between themselves is not binding upon us. It is not a contract. It is signed by only ono party. " "What wilj you do if the contractors adhere to their idea of rescinding their former azrcomenty" "That is in the future. I can not tell you what wo may do. But I want to toll on that our union has not contemplated strike. " J. Me Donnell. F. A. I. A. , Architect , N. E. cor. 10th and Dodge. County Hospital Bids. The county commissioners yesterday afternoon opened the bids for the cons- ruction of the new hospital , upon which a number of contractors have boon raak- ng estimates for some time. Architect klcycrs , of Detroit , whoso plans for the niilding have been adopted , was present. The bids offered are as follows : Johnson & Lister 5212,0.50 Ulco , Bassett &Klng 204,997 lames Grilith 184,810 Brennan & Co 18'J.OM Uyan& Walsh 175,000 Paxton & Vierllng ( for Iron ) 18,220 After the bids were opened a reporter for the BEE mot ono of the commissioners and nskcd him when the contract would be awarded. The latter replied that he did not think ho could tell. The board certainly would not make undue haste in the award , because the business involved was of too great moment to receive oilier than the most earoful attention. "There is more in tins , " said the oilicia ! than the mere canvass of the totals offered by the contractors. Wo must see that th so bidders have in every way complied with the requirements which wo printed in connection with the plans. Ono of those requirements was that not alone the cost of the srructuro but also the kind and quantity of every ma' ' tcrial which entered into its construction was to bu accurately specified , even almost to thu amount of nails which would be required. When wo wore build ing the present court house we received and excellent suggestion as to the neces sity of this close observance of details. The contractor put up an iron statrwnv loading from the second story to tlfo court rooms. In his schedule he did not mention the weight of the stairs per foot but when ho came to put them up they were so light as not to bo able to boar half ot the weight which wo knew would bo im posed upon them. As u consequence , wo were compelled to order the light ones out and those now in place to bo put in , which , as you see , are not too lioavy for the uses to which they are being put. This fact and others make it necessary for us not only to insist upon a perfect schedule , but also * o examine minute detail ? with a great deal of caro. This can not bo done in a moment nor in an hour , and so fiuas I am con cerned , I propose to take time enough to maKc all thu examination necessary to cnablo mo conscientiously to perform my duty. I think the other members of the board feel the same as I do. " It was noticed yesterday , however , that whim the bids wore open , some of the bidders seemed to have forgotten the requirements above referred to. If the commissioners adhere strictly to the resolution adopted some tlmo ago to not consider bids which did not comply with all the requirements they proposed , they will bo compelled to drop the bids of certain of the contract ors for the reasons above enumerated. The competition is going to be an active one , und this of itself will direct many eyes to the acts of tlio commissioners und impel thorn to exercise not loss euro than they did when they adopted the plans of Mr. Moyors for the proposed county hos pital. As the reporter was leav ing the court house ho was over taken by a wealthy citteon who . has . always taken a great 490 ! 51 lutqrest In public' matters , who remarked : , "There was n great deal sahl wbout tlio commissioners when they were considering the plans for tlio pro- posed hospital. I bpjiovc these men did all for the best , but now'for my'own sake I am going to see that they act as they should for the best interests of the county , anil that no bid is accepted until it shall have been found to comply with all the specifications laid down by the board. " _ _ Til 13 COURTS. What Was Done Before the Judges Yosterday. UNITED STATKS. In the case of Abraham Vail vs the West Point Manufacturing company , an application for the appointment of a re ceiver , Judge Dundy issued an order re quiring tlio defendant to pay the taxes that arc duo , amounting to ! J,000 , within sixty days , or the matter of the applica tion for the appointment of a re ceiver will be continued. The intrica cies of the old bankruptcy cases that still hang-fire in this court have induced n postponement of adjournment until to morrow. The court desires to finish up the docket and perrcancntly dispose of those annoying eases before the mid summer rest. DISTltlOT. Oscar J. Packard appeals from the award of $000 made by the appraisers for the lots taken for the roatl by the Fremont. Klkhorn & Missouri Valley coin nan v. John S Richardson sues the South Omaha Land company for refusing to ac cept a proffered payment anil recogni/.e the recordcil contract that Richardson holds on lot 11 , block 7(5 ( , in South Omaha. POUCE COtJItT. Morning soanco bforo Jud go Borka : "Adam Colo. " "Here. " "So I seo. You are charged with being drunk ; were you ? " " 1 cannot till a lie , judge , 1 was loaded to the gunwales , but it is a rare thing with me. " "Do you work ? " Every day. I just run up from Cen tral City , fell in with the boys , and well licro I am. " "If I lot you go " "I'll Hoe as a bird to tin mouii tain , I'll- " judge , - "Cut it off flee ! " And Ormsby turned him out. "Mrs. Samantha Clark. " And Samantha ambled up before the austere bench , undsho was so black thttt the chief ordered the gas lighted. "Samantha , " came in stern tones from his honor , "you , too. are charged with being full as a goose , and atomizing the peace and quiet of your neighborhood. What about It. " "It's a dnrned Ho , jidge , I'm too poor to git drunk , it's all 1 kin do to git bread lit alone gittin' drunk. " "Was you ever drunk ? " "Was I ? If you could have scon mo on the eve of the Fourth you'd never axed that question. That night , jedgo , I was loaded for bear , I was1 ! "But that was on Birthington's wash- dav , and was expected. Now , how long will you stay sober if 1 let you go ? " "All my life , iedge , all my life ! " and she hold out both hands imploringly. , She was permitted to go. Nellie Moore , Alice Kent , Zoo Colcman , Clara Vonie and Lib mo Thompson , noc turnal pedestrians , were mulcted $6 each and again set afloat. II. II. Waddcll , for fast driving , con tributed a V fo the maintenance of the city , but Pat Jourdan , for vagrancy , pre ferred the trip over the hill. XHK ARMY. Return of General Dandy from a Visit to Fort Duchcfinc. General Dandy has returned from a trip recently made with General Urook and another olliccr to FortDuchcsno. Ho reports that the camp seems to bo in a satisfactory condition. There are four company quarters erected and two more are to be added to these. In these and other improvements $2r > ,000 have already been expended and ? 10,000 more will be paid out tliis year. There are six compan ies located in the fort , four being in fantry and two cavalry. Up to the pres ent only the back part of the ollicors' quarters have been erected , the other parts being ; left for later appropria tions. The fort is intended as a protectiqn against the possible uprising of the Uintali and Utc Indians , both of which adjoin. The agency of the Uintahs is at White Kock , the agent being Colonel Uurns. Ho is in charge of the agency of the Uncompachres , at Ourav , but is rep resented llu-re by a clerk. The means of reaching the fort is by the Denver , Rio Grande and Great Western , to Price , and thence eighty-five miles by wagon , which requires about two days. The latter part of the road is through a desert , though the fort is supplied with water which is brought three miles , and as a consequence quence trees arel being planted and a garrison farm of forty acres is well under cultivation. The Oil Inspector. John McDonald is now a full-fledged assistant oil inspector , and during the past two weeks has inspected over two thousand barrels of illuminating fluid , mainly at the warehouse of the consol idated Tank Line company , L. A. Stew art & Co.'s , and Ira James & Son's. ' He is soon to have an assistant named Coon , because the work has been found to be more than Mr. McDonald could attend to. Licensed to Wed. The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday : Name. Residence. Ago. ' ( ieorce Mny Hanover 2A Katie Mover Hanover 18 Frank Wiobelhouse.Omahn v Mary Ulefanrod Omaha 30 Failure at Glcnwoud , Iowa. IJradstrects reports the failure of Levi Russcl , of Glcnwood , la. , who has made an assignment to W. H. Anderson , cashier of the Mills county bank. He was inter ested in two stores in Glenwood ; also ono at Silver City , la. , and his liabilities are placed at $50,000 , with nominal assets aDout the .same. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tbli powder never rarlrf. A marvel of pur' Ity , itrcnirth. and wholosotnoneis. Mare t-oon- omlctl tuau the ordinary kinds , and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low cost short wul ht uhirn or iihosphitto powdrrA. Bold only in cans. ttorAl. ilAKiNQ I'uwucR CO. 101 Wall-U. , N. V. , . HEAL E TATE. Trnnnfori PllctlOnlr fll , 1887. Henry L Chrimberlaln > .to Qcorco B Flack , lot 10 blk 1 , Patrick's ntltl , wd8 2.COO Wllllnm IJusliinan and wife to Knto E Itlloy. lot 11. Bimletto.court , wtl. . . . 000 I'cter Welch to Charles 11 T lllepon , lotTblk 4. Lnko'sntld. wd 3.COO Horatio K llenilol to diaries S 1'nr- rotto , lot 11 blk 10 , Control Park , wtl 3,000 Wllllnm J VnnArnam to 'D h Mc- Unckln. lot 14 blk 1 , Hawthorne , \vil 550 Ooorco K Marker and wlfn to A II , lot 8 blk 17 , Orclmrd Hill , wd 1,100 0 E Mayno and wife to Alvndus II Mayne , lot 9 blk 17 , Orclmrd Hlll.wd 425 William M Bushman and wife to Eliza J Fink , lot 13 , Btudctto court , wd 500 Frudrlch Drcxel nnd wlfo to Sarah A CummltiRs , lot S > blk 2 , Droxd's sub- dlvln OKahoma , wtl 1,000 Milton S Lindsay nnd wlfo to Jncob Jni'obson , beginning ntnocor lot 13 , blk ii : , Prospect place , w d 60 South Omaha Land Co to Julian Mil- Ion , Int3 , hlk 85 , Omahn , wd --5 , John Wdrlniths to Milton N Ooblc , v 1:3-15-12 : 1 src - - , qc Milton H Bobbins and wllo to F/Ad- dlo Vradenbtirg , s ± i of wK47Glso's , add , wd 13,000 Oscar B Onnson to Thomas II Patlon , sK of lot 1 , blk : i , Foster's add. w d , 2,500 South Omaha Land Co to Frank Plvouka , lots 2 and 3 , blk ? 2 , South Omaha , tlet'd 410 Samuel E llozcrs nnd wife to Charles Holsteln , oX of lot 2 , blk 8 , Im provement association itdJ , wd. . . . COO City of Omaha to Ken H Wood , becln- ninc nts w comer of lot 4 oik 51 , < i cd 554 John Morroll and wife to Henry J Dan ell. lot 20 , Davenport's sub dlv of ( .Ise'sadd ' , wd. . . . . 1,300 C E Mavno and wlfo to Corn 11 Slo- man , lots. * > and G , blk 17 , Orchard Hill , wd 950 Pauline Hondo to Julius Ago/.oni lot 10 , Mayfield add , ( i c d 1 West Faruam st Building association to Irving Allison , lot 4 , blk 15 , High land Place , wd 750 James Schmidcrwlnd and wlfo to Thomas P Armstrong , lot 12 blk 7 , Melrose Hill , wd Sfw Charles C ( JeorRO to Marv A Ueebelot 24 blk 2 , Potter & Coob's add. w d. . 500 L A Harmon ctal toJohn PSimpklus , lots 0 and 7 , Lindsay's Mib-dlvlsion ofblkL , Sldnn's add , w d 2,800 llurbcit 11 Crook nnd wlfo to Francis O McKenna , s 110 feet of lot 11 , blk 2 , Orchard Hill , w d ' . . 3,400 Douglas county to K B Anderson , lot 23 , blk 7 , Douglas add. W d 50 Douglas county to E B Anderson , lot 9. blkO , Douglas add , wd 1,350 Goo H BOCKS nnd wife to Harry A Wcsterlipfii , lot 18 , blk 19 , tco ! 11 Bogus' add , w d 15'J ' Snrnlf.1 SpafTotd to William K Ilo- maii , 40x140 leet at cnr of Lake nnd Twenty-second streets , wd 5,200 Thirty-three transfers , total..1 $35,015 BiiUdlne 1'crmtts. Superintendent Whitlock issued build ing permits yesterday as follows : Edwmd Larkin. IJtf story frame stable , 30th nnd Jackson streets , cost S 150 J. W Kcese , two-story frame dwelling , Parker , between 25th and 20th streets , cost 2,000 Richard Allison , one-story frame cot tage , 31st nnd Franklin streets.cost. . 500 John Mowlzkc , ono-story Iramecottage , Walnut , near Mcgcnth street , cost. . . 200 Total 82,830 Mary on the Warpath. Mrs. Mary Shelly , arrested recently by Ollicer I'.looin , for liundishly baaling a litllo son , now threatens tdcinch said of ficer for brutal treatment in making the arrest. She was jivcn ninety days by Judge IJorka for her inhumanity to her little child , but had the suntenco suspen ded on account of several other small children who were dependent upon her. Had the court known of the vindicitivo foolintis that actuated this woman , ho now declares that nothing could have in duced him to show her any mercy. Dr. Hamilton \ \ arren , Mngnctia'Physi- cian and Surgeon , lloomU , Urounso block corner 16th and Capitol avenue. Chronic and nervous diseases a specialty. The Cnlilc Hallway. The cable railway being constructed n Harnoy from Tenth to Twentieth trcets will bo completed in a week or en days. At present it is linished up to fourteenth street , and the yokes and ails have been put in from Sixteenth to Twentieth. The circuit comprising Tenth , Hartley , Twentieth and Dodge itrcets will bn completed and the cars be unuing by the last of October. DR. POWELL REEVES 314 SOUTH I3TH ST. , OMAHA , - - NEB. PRIVATE DISPENSARY Established for the Scientific and Speedy Cure of Chronic , Nervous and Special Diseases , AN EXPERT SPECIALIST. Treixts nil forms of Tlironr Lunjr , Kurvo nnd Rloocl clieciisrf , nil Chronic dlhca os und Do- fortuities fur in advance of any Institution In this country. Tlingo who contemplate galng to Hot SiliifB | ) ( for the treatment ot uny I'riviito or lllooil disease cuti liu curucl for oiio-tlnrtl tlio cost ut our 1'rlvnto DUpunsiuy , I1H South loth street , Oinnlm , Not ) , i-crotulu unil nil Mullif- mint lllooti und Miilnrlal diseases ] > crmimuntly eradicated Irom the H.vstoic. nnd n euro Kiniran teed Ulcers nnd Fever sere > , rosultliiR fiom Viiricoso Veins , Ni'OroeH of Hones , Old fleers Epithelial Cincors nn < l Fistula of every fclud Buccn sf inly nnd pnrinniiently ciuod. ItUl'TUHK cured without pain or hlmlormici from business. INDIES. By this treatment a pure Lovely Complexion free from frlo no , IrceKlos , bliiokhcniN , ornp Unas , etc . Ilrllllunt Kycs and pcrlect hoult ! cuii lie hud. J37" That "llrod" fonllns and nil fomnlo weak ncBsra promptly cured. DloathiK Hcndnchc Nervous l'ro > trntlon , ( Icnornl Dcliillty , Sleep lossness , Depression und Indigestion. Ovnrlou troubles , Inflammation und I'lceiatlon , nilliui : nnd Displacements , Spinal weakness , Kidney complaints nnd ClmiiKo ol Life. Consult tli old Doetor. CVC AUn CAD Acute or Chronic Inlliim CIC Anil C an linatlonof lllolionnd tarcir Near HlRhtodnesi , Invcrsmi ot the Lids , Scrofulous Uyos. Ulcnrntlons , In IhimnnitlotiH , Aliec'oss , DimncfH of Vlslonof on or liotli eyes , nnd Timioi-s or Ltd. t m Intliunmutlon of tlie Kitr , Ulcorntlon o Cutnrrli , Intoiim ! or Kstonml Dcntnc s , o 1'iirnlysls , Singing or I to aria * noises , Thfckonci Drum , etc. , y CDl/nilC Debility , SponnntoriliiL'n , Bum ll niUUw Inal Losses , Right Emissions UTS ot Vital I'ownr , 81ouplosneas , Do.-pond oncy , FXIBS of Memory , Confusion of Ic'.t'in Illura llofnru the Kyus , I.n'-sltndo ' , LIIIIKUOI ( iloomlnuBS , Ocprcsglnn Of Spirits. A\cislnul Society , IIuRlly DIscourflROd , Luck of Coutl donee , Dull , Ltstlea , UnUt for btudy or ISiioi PPM , ntul llnds life u burrton , Safely , 1'orinu nontiv iiniU'rlvniclr Cured. D ! linn 0. C1MU " " " cs.SyplilliB-ad , DLUUU tt OlVlRFoaso most Imrrllilo I its results completely cnullrntod without th nso of mercury. Berofula , Kryglpulns , Fever Sores , IllolchC'S.I'lmpli'a. I'lcois , pains In tlio Jlciul and Hones. gyplillltlcSoro Tlimat , Montli nnd Tonpuo , Qlnndnliir Knlarpomont of thn NCCK , Itlioumatism , Ciiturru.oto. , I'ormanoiuly Cured When Others Hnvo 1'iillod. IIDiyiDV Kidney nnd madder troubles , UfllnJInTi Wrnk llitck , llurnln ? Urine , Frequency of Urlnntltur , Urine h | < ? h colored or milky ecdlmontoiiEtmidlnglionorrbtca , Uloot , Oystltls , eto. , promptly nnd satoly cured. Churecs rrasnniilili' . I'UIVATF DISEASES. Illood Poison , VonpiilTulnt , Olfjot , Btrloturo , Pemlnul Einlsslonx , I/ > s of Soxuiil Power , WeakncBsof tlioBoxmdOnrann , Want of Dc- elro In mnln or female , wliotlier from Impru dent liiibllsof yountf or t-oxual hiitilts Innuuiiro ycnrs.ornny cause thatdeblilatcs live goxunl functions Bpec llly nnd permuncntly cured , Congultiitlon free nnd' Ptrlctly conlldentlnl. Medicine rent free from observation to all parts of the UnlteJ States. < 'orrcpondcnco receives prompt attention. No letters an swered unk. s nccoinnnntu'l by four cents In etarnps. Send stamp for piumi'ilcl nml llel of quostlous. Tornis strlctlv CH ! I. ( "nil on or nd- dress iMt.'i'iiwKi.i. itinv : : si No , | 3H South lt'i ' St. Uituthn , Keb. ODDS AND ENDS , The busv season being over and things not so rushing any more we have now time to look after the stock that is left , and find that we have accumulated during the season quiteji few odds and ends. These consist of some single suits , one or two of a kind , and quite a lot of suit pants. Verv frequently we sell the coat and vest from a suit and then the pants are left. We have placed them on a counter bv themselves , and though the price was formerlv very I low we have marked them down still further. There are some verv fine goods among them. We will sell them oulv as thev are. Tha is , make no alterations as the price is so extremely low that w cannot afford to have the expense of altering them , but those who will find a fit in this lot will get the goods at about one third their value. value.MENS FURNISHINGS. As unusual bargains in neckwear we offer 100 doz. elegant scarfV at5c ; retailed in all first class houses from 50c npward. 100 doz. extra fine silk and satin scarfs , Tecks and Four-in-HandgJ1 new and choice patterns , at 25c , the most of them were sold at 75c Another invoice of those Pique Scarfs at 25c a dozen. This will be the last of them this season. We cannot fill mail orders on this last lot,1 All goods marked in plain figures and at striotlv one price at Nebraska Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. During July and August , our store closes at 6:30 : p. in. , except Saturday. If. S. DEPOSITORY , Paid up Capital $250,000 Surplus 48,500 II. W. Yalps , President. A. E. Tou/alin , Vice-President. W. 11. S. Hughes , Cashier , imiEOTOltS : W. V. Morse , John S Collins , II.V. . Yates , Lewis S. Rccd. A. E. Toiu.alin. BANKING OFFICE : THE IRON BANK Cor. 12th and Farnam Sts. A General Banking Business Transactc HOPKINS' OF OMAUA NEB. PRIGE $25 A COPY. Address , GB. . VANDERVOOKT , DoaueSt. , Omaha , Neb. OMAHA MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Cor. 13th St. and Capitol Am. , OMAHA , NED. YOU TUB TREATMENT OP AU. CHRONIC R SURGICAL DISEASES BRACES AND APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES. TRUSSES , AiDTiiEHiw VARICOCELE SUSPENSORY CLAMP COMPRESS. tvery foim t f'ilit iw iviuliinff HoJIral or HurgiraUrraimttit. A > B1K Wit I'mciMM on DtforiilUiri unit lirnrri , ( tub IWt , Cnrutiuti of the Hplnc * , I'ilf , ' ! um < * r , Uunn r. CnUri h , lirunrl itli , Inli ilmloii , I.Udf icltv. 1'iir * . ; ii , l UIcpv. MJnrj , UUdJcr , U.ic , kr , biiiu , niniillyoj , au 1 all buiKicalOMrtitIon | * . Hook on Discuses of Women FREE. Only Rollablo MEDICAL INSTITUTE S1AKIKO A bmCIALTV OV PRIVATE , SPECIAL aad NERVOUS DISEASES , All llliwj Plwa i inwiKMIj Irotct. S l > l Illllo I'olvn rrn.ovol fix > iutlipfctvniltlitnt nieicui ) . Sew Itc.torntiv * Jrfatnicnt lor ' . itnithlti to tiltuiniflv Itctrcattnl t \s \ * tt ( Mtull'owtr. rtr ou liotiu * t y OnrrtKivnnknce. Allrntiiiuunlcntlun ( 'Kiiti > ( | ] klrdt rtn * i'rlii > truinftit i > cit by iimltiT tipn , M-iumlv | iarkfJ , no nurk li Indltmo conlfiitior Mut r Onrj rviiul lutpnicwr | T fm-il C ll iulcun ulluAork.uilhW"r > ofjuur UK , \ < ilh iuui | < , uuJ w will n'.iJ In l.l iu tuiplxr , our DOOIC FREE TO MEN ! Upon rrtMt" , f-iwlal nt Kfrrom II TIStn.lii" ! wfdVpjj. hHriuatnrili | < r > t , Impxlmcj , Hplill : . Uuuonhttn.lilicl , nil * J 03UHI MKDICAL * BlIIMlIt'AI. 1XST1TU' , or Dr. HcHenainy , Cor. 13th st. & Canltol iv .Omdoa , KtU. Jfctllcal Hooks or I'npers Free. The prouriolor of tlio Onmhi Medical u"-l burjl- cut Instttnta his publliieitn ralmble ct ot hooti und paneri upon clironla an J mirKlcal d j'ino' una defornilllcs , unit tlio motho.tn of cur" which li e Btvon lilru tno rauutiitlun of belnu too most eklii ; ful uml Bucocuful Bpoclnlltt In tlio wen , imJ midetliolintltute sjiolebnitort that moJlcliirs ura sent to unit piitlcntt ri'cel\uil from ofiTr utite In tliu union , Atiioni ; tlio bonks Is Olid upon theuHeai- caof wdiniiriiono upon ncrviiin , speoul nnd private ( llscHKei of lh taiuiil unil urinary nruuiiB : Tiirlco celo ciirfilby nur lrul opor.tllonf , uml llielr liiluli Invented clump enniiiroHs u pen ory for the relict tuiilcuro of vurkocL'le , nurrnus oxliuuatlon unit sex ual delilllty , ntw rentorutlvo trejltiienu 1'aiiors uron durt'lcnl br cei > , rlli's. tuuccrs , pur.ilyslf , . Ilia Mcclrlc-ltynnil tlm nuw mu nctln bminrr fur linnio use ; raturrnnnilliiliiiUtlon.eti- ? inott uootn ued by doctors Irco , thuy ilo not ronilst of tei'.lmonlKlg with llctltlniH immen iina InltlnM , urrubbl ti of tint kind , but ro plain doicrlntlons of dl ciiac , > niptoms , now discoveries In mfdlclna , BtirifiTy unit elootrlcltjr. uud itra well worth ilia py Hiiml , iinilr-in be obtuine'l trow by nddro 'lnj tlio Omnh'v Medical nnJ Hiir lctl Institute , 13tli street and Cnpltol Avcuuo , Ouialm , Nebraska. "WEAK , NEHVWS PEOPCS And ntli mirTciinff from ttervoua liability , tinaUbllrk- Ichronlo dltam , innnatura Vuc-IHie ot JDIIII "r old nro f mou lilrrlro. .Mtern-tic licit. , Tlioufanda .nv.i , In the.Union ha * * cimjl i.irnnnvTrv'tT Instantly felt I'atl'lltivl anil ol ( | 10 . . Whole family can we r aaine b lt. ri.-ctrlo yr.r f. . - rlr..frr.llh , , , MUE1Ari1 | rtliS.l. , ! . ; . ; luilona an < l lioim coniMnle El * lrl Irumr * for Kupturc. 70(1 ( iur lln'H6. Mm I ilumiiforiianuililet. OB. W. J. HOIIHE , INVENTOR , 131 WABASH AY. , CHICAGO " ANUUnnn RCBTOREO , Atictmio : nNHIIIIII yaothfunnipruilrojft'auiuv mE3 H II it U U U h-fuiAtiiro Wy , hcrvoaj ! Wl I'fWIItr , Lnit SI nh < "odfU- , harlnu'trlod In fain W CTery tno.m renn < tv. hu diwjvu-wl K hlraj.lc ( elf -cure , wKcb b will a n-t fR KK to his fellow tufff rer" . iddruaCu. 1. ilJLWNI'oct ln" rJioi JI ! . wY fk0 ty "cdiubEN for latin , ' . 'inci In 3 Uay , UOtO rN StAL CO.'iatocuH'St St.lxjuU New Model Lawn Mower five Sixes. Will cut higher grass than any other. I Fas no equal for simplicity , durability and case of operation. Tins is the latest Improved Ma chine in the Market. Low Prices. Send for circulars. PHIL STIMMEL & CO. OMAlfA , NEKltASKA. State Agents for Porter's Ifai/iny Tool and Jobbers ofltinding Twine , Those Paints are in every respect Btrictly first-class , being composed of tlio best and purest materials obtainable. They hnvo a lurger eulo than any other paints made in this country or abroad , nnd , although they cosG a trifle inoro per gallon , they will do moro and bettor work for the sama amount of money , owing to their wonderful covering properties while their superior durability renders them the most economical paints in the world. Sample Sheets and Descriptive Price List frco by maiL H. W. JOHNS MANUFAOTURINQ CO.t SOLE MAKcrioTuaEna or I H.W. Johns' Fire anil Water-Proof Asl > eito Hoofing , Sheathing , Building Frit , Albcitna Steam Pack Inn , Holler Covering ! , Hoof Paints , Firo-1'roof Paints , ctci VULGABESTONi M ° " > < 1 < 1 riston-Koa Fackinc , Klnpi , Oasketi , Sheet racking , etc. Established 1858. 175 RANDOLPH ST. . CHICAGO. For Sale by Chicago Lumber Co. , Omaha , Neb. , and Council Bluffs , Iow t STONE , FURNITURE A magnificant display of everything useful and ornamental in the furniture maker's art , at reasonable prices. BOTTLE FREE $ ' wine-merchanti.