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MERCY FOR MACDAIENES ,
fc ' Bov. Mr. Savldgo Holds Up a Crucified t ? . ' Bavior For f alleu Women. n A HEAVEN EVEN FOR HARLOTS. Boiled DovCi From Gliacd 1'nlnccs of Hlo listen to Words of Comfort at the Howard Street Moth- odlst Churcli. Iiost Women. Last evening tlic Kuv. Charles W. Savldgo , of thu Seward street M. K. church , Breached the third sermon of the Sf popular series ho commenced July 10 , ft taking for his subject this time , "Lost * Women. " The church was crowded from thu gallery to the chancel , the doors of the class rooms were swung open and the seats Illlud with interested auditors. The vustibulu was lilled , and a great many were turned away who were unable to liml even standing room. The audience in the main , represented the better class of citizens , and was largely composed of ladies , and it was intimated thatthero was a goodly sprink ling of magdalenes. The largo audiences of Mr. Savidgo show the growing appre ciation of the people for his fearless stand against sin. Mr. Savidge took for his text the following : John vlll-xl : And Jesus said unto her : "Neither do 1 condemn ilieo ; co anil sin no more , " My subject this cvenlnj Is "Lost Women. " It Is very posslblo tlmt home people in this congregation will no shoeked before tills sor- nion closes. Hut 1 KIVO jou fair w.irnlnic thai I shall talk plainly , and It' you cannot Btand plain talk you had better withdraw now. 1 must confess that during my rc.sl- denco in this city 1 have .soon so many of the awlul rofults of the social evil that 1 think it Is hlnh tlmo wo lay aside a false mode.sty and speak out ngnlnst It , Even within the past week 1 Imvo boon called to pray at the death bed of those lost girls and have seen a broken lieurtcd ole mother wuup over the awful ruin of her child. And 1 khow that the tragedy IMS been repeated beoies and hundreds 01 times in our own city. Theru were such women in the Ulblo times. Head the snventli of I'roverbs and you will sec how accurately God has taken her plc- tmo. "i discerned annum the youths a youiiK man void of r.ndci tatului. , ' . passing through tinsticets near her corner auu ho went the way of her liousn In the twilight 111 the evouinc , In the bluck and dark niglii. And behold there met htm u woman with the attire ot a harlot. Nio caught him and kissed him and said unto him , ' 1 came forth to meo theo and I have foui/d thec. 1 have decked inviued with coverings ol tanestry ; 1 have pertnmed my bed with myrih. Come , let us take our hit of love until the morning. ' llo uoetli after her stralirhiway as an ox goetli to llioslaii. liter , asa bird hasteth totheHiiaro , andknowoth not that it Is lor his life. " A lost woman was brought Into the pres ence of Jesus. The 1'harasees wanted her condemned ami stoned to death. Jesus said , "llo that Is without sin among you , let him case a stone at her. " And the old liypocrlts went out 0110 by one and Jesus stood alone with the woman , The God man asked , "Hath no man con demned tlieeV" She said , "Xo man Loid. " Then Jesus uttered the words of our text , "Neither do 1 condemn theo , go and sin no more. " There arc hundreds of lost women In our own city to-day. Kin thu door boll of this line house , a black servant admits you , Heft carpets are under your lt < et , elegant furniture invites you to rest. You hear soft music produced by skillful llnucrs , yon say this Is n homo of wealth and luxury. 1 answer , rather this Is one of the fust homes ot lost woman. She lias an Intelligent face , talks well on books , travel and current topics , is yet a lady lu speech and action and could teacli homo Christian wonum mauneis. She tolls jou shelias never "boarded" before. Jiut .she Is in the houco of death and wo innko the nttiolie-y that before ton years have cone by the light of life will have KOUO out forever. You KO further down thn street and enter another place. The lamps burn dimly , the eel II n H aid low , poor carpets cover the floors. The dress of the inmates Is cheap but ( lastly. Ulrlsdancoandslngthe worst songs you ever heard , they amoke and swear and rising from your seat you say. "Where am I , In liellV" No , this Is ouo of thu last homes to which fallen woman conies. From hetv she walks thu streets , next She walks Into hell. When a woman once falls under the grip of thu devil no man oao equal her In shame , loas- ncss , and wickedness. No wonder jou nslt the question , "Why Is thliV" In my judgment there arc many causes. Kiom little girls many are taucht wrong Ideas of woik. They arc biouubt up In Idle ness. The mothers think the daughters must have whim hands ovnn at the expense of black and scarred souls. They are permitted oven to bn iishainc : ! of work. If they wash dishes In a kitchen they want It kept a secret , and If they keen books for home ntliiible linn they say , "I'm keeping books for a few weeks this vacation but pray don't mention It. " Can you not see the result'/ These girls go out Into the world without money poor , but lmmcd of Honest work. All honor to the girl of to-day who says : "I will make an honest living if 1 die in the attempt. " Tlio love of fine dress is another cause. A lost woman In this city once said : " 1 do netlike like the rustle of flllkj it was the lirst note in my down full. " You will see this showy dress In the lowest houses In this wicked city. Far better wear the calico and be pure than the slk | gotten by mi'iulty. ' It Is not the diess but the henrt our God looks for. Again , our children are brought up to see ttils ovll , and thny see the rosy side only of this bad life. They see the \\omen wearing faultless clothing , living In houses of luxury. surrounded with every elcsanco of life , nnd these poor children sav , "How happy I" They do not see tne darn sldo , when the rich gar ments are exchanged for rags and the hand- sumo apartments must be given up for the hovel. They do not see the once gay girl , within ten years , die of drink or morphine , or a dagger or a levolver , and by her own hand. Cliildicn learn from what they see and hoar. Another cau o Is the wickedness of the Human heaithen It Is not 'saved and kept by Divine grace. One has truthfully said , ' There Is tinder enough In the heart ot the best man In the wet Id to burn to the lowest hell If God should not quench the sparks as they fall , " and what Is true of man is true of woman. t. 1 know of a family In this city who are E. well-to-do people. The patents supply the * wants of the rhlldien most bountifully , and are very kind to them , lint one of the daughteis has cone astray. Kven when a t ' young girl this poor child said , "I would like to. load the life of a sporting woman. " To- ( lay she Is in a house of shame. Tim human heart , uusavod by Jesus Christ , is lull ot all manner ot evil beasts. The crowning cause of all Is man's awful , call it "sowinglld oats. " I call It 5 "sowing hell. " God madu man to lie woman's defence , and every one ot them ouslit to bo a sir knight to her , but nlasl ho Is too often rather the viper that stings her to death. The animals who c.ill themselves men deceive and ruin , abtiio and fursaku her at will. In Nebraska City , a few months aso , a beautiful German girl was soon among a company of common ( 'migrants. It was the old story , tilio met and loved a dashlnj of- licer In the Russian army , ami tell a victim to her folly. Her patents sent her from home , and her lover sent tier to this country to hide her shame , nromislng to tollnw nnd make her his wife , olio has waited lor him six months , tint In vain. All about us aru men who have the appear * unco of respectability , yet who Irad women Into the paths ot sin , Th ro are physicians In this city who have taken advantage ol their noble ptofesslon to bouuilo Innocent girls to ( uln. In this same city some men who mcau at thu bar have so far forgotten theiiiMJlves and the lofty principles they ad vocate as to stand as the tempters Instead of the protectors of women. I am heartily ghul that justice is blind , elsu slio would oiten blush. , , Nay , moro : sonio men who attend Gods house , .who are eu'ii the professed sUiitUru- Deasvrs of the cioss , are guilty of tills direful pin. . If Chtlit wore to speak , lip would truly call you "whlted sopuleticrs" and the worhl would say "amen. " In ths | city , several years ngo , a lady v.-as returning from thu old Lutheran church. She saw a poor , degraded woman sitting lu her iloor.anU offered hern paper. The -woman teculved it ud' told n pa o of , her ' ( , She came hero a poor but coed girl ; ehe worked very hard ts a servant. One day a man came to her nnd promised to take her to n placp where she would not need to work FO mrd. You know the conclusion , for her rufn was soon accomplished. "Now look at me , " she said , nnd surely a oathsome , nameless disease told herstory nil too well. "Have the many Rlrls who go to ruin In this city every week , " she said , "but et me alone. I cannot be much worse than 1 am. " That very man Is to-day one of the ( treat , rich men of mr city. You bavo often sren dm and spoken to him. He Is a moral leper , and has been the death of scores of girls at your verydoois. Then how do these men treat the girls thev mvo led to ruin otten cast elf nnd spurned as very dog1 ? . Sometimes , Indeed , they are uoro generous , 'paying lor good nursing when the little new llfu routes into thu woilil. Hut "business" elsewhere soon calls them , and he leaves the city to seek other \lctlms. flu ; poor , forsaken one takes her child , and with the world's hiss In her ears goes out to Ight the battle of life alone. The man of to day must tiot forcct that .here will bo a judgment when men's hearts and lives will bu open to the wet Id , and such treacherv will lie known by men and angels , even as God knows It now. And with shame and remorse will they try to tilde their guilty souls In hell. The true , thoughtful m.in and woman will ask : "Is there any help tor these \somen. " It s no light ta k to load the erring back to the i.tth of rci-tltmlo. She has lost liar beat t and 'looij ' and faith- she has lost all. Hut some do reform. 1 know of more thin mi ! good wlso In this city who was once a est woman. Anil when such a one does earn to do well she Is the very best her uvfnl experience makes her caretul , and Urn ; ieat lountaln of her sympathy wells up In icr heart for her wi etched sisters , and she is a tremendous power for right and for God. At the present time the olsters of Charity ire doing more than all other Christians com- Jlned lor these lost souls. Why should wo not tn to save them'/ Hutfln now. Make your homes the best and iniiest possible. Independence , honest sell- support , honest productive Industiy Is the thing tor women as well its men. Hr.tml the sleek old tigers , who ruin women , \\lth infamy. Vhlt the man who supports the house of ill fliino with the same social ostracism that you heap utxin tint woman. Let him ho subject to the sanui laws and Mill's and tieitment that she Is 1m is her partner In sin. Let him stand so beloru the world. "Man must learn to hold the strongest 'orcosol hlb nature tor the service ot love and lite ; lie must learn to UMJ his tremen- lous po\\er over thu woman , not to degrade , but to crown her with spotless wifeliood and motherhood. " Give these women sympathy and inspire them with hope. Our dear lord had this love and sympathy for the teartul repentant ono who came to urn. Hear his gracious woids : "Neither deL L condom n tliee. Go and sin no more. " No larshness nor long sermons from Jesus. lr James Ludlow tells the story lately of a Christian merchant who detected a trusted cleik in a thett and who resolved upon his reclamation. The good man entered so acutely into the agunj and remotMj ot the criminal that he pia > cd "God forgive us. " Oh , Christ , who died to save that which was lost , save us 1 Is it any wonder the clerk was redeemed ? The strength of our sympathy is ever the measuio of our power to save. Do yo women of Christ's church sympa- thlzo with tliu fallen ? 'Tis the mercy o'f ( Sod that has shielded you from sin and divine grace that has kept you tiom tailing. Surely we should have love and sympathy. The greater the purity ot our characters the more acute will bo our yearning s > mpalhy with the unfortunate criing ones. It was Jeans who eiiteicd most completely into llio sliamu ol the Magdaleiio. 1'olnt tlio lost souls to a savior who saves to the uttermost. These women believe in Christ and ottlmes can bo led to Him by a wise but kind lieait. Two lost girls came to a lady In this cltv nnd bocKed her to go to MM ) a dying man. When they reached the house , they said to lier , "Ask him It he wants to gut well ? " "Ask him If ho wants to go to heaven ? " and "Can > ou baptize him' . " ' The visitor turned and asked the company gathered in the presence ot death to aing. "biug , 'Jesus , lover of my soul , ' " said sho. "No" was the answer. "Wo sam ; tlmt once , tint we're not good enough to sing It now.1 They kneeled with her In rmijer and joined In her petitions with "God have mercy on ml" OUrLoid's precious llfo was given for these souls. I would say In conclusion to these women if I could : Leave your life ot sin. Many of you have told us that you mo not happy. Why should you bo wretched through all oternlt ) ? Christ will receive you and God will help you If you will but torsake your sins. "There's no place where human sonows Are more felt than up In heaven. There's no place where human failures Have such kindly notice given. For the love of God Is broader Thau the measure ot man's mind , And the hand of the Ktornal Is most wondoifully llml. " And to us all God says : "Let him know that ht > that converteth n sinner trom thn erroi ot his wavsbh.il ! save a soul from death and shall bidn a multitude ot sins. ' ' St. I'ctors. The opening services and blessing of thli new Catholic church was the occasion of a very large attendance yeMeiday morning , comprising Catholic * and persons ot other denominations fiom all parts of the.city. At 10 o'clock the cosy little oditice was tilled to repletion. The pastor , Hev. I' . J. Hoylo cele brated mass , and the following youths had the honor ot being the first acolytes who served mass In the new church. Hod and liert Murphy , r. McGovorn , K. Welch and I ) . Heegnn. tanner's Kiand high mass was finely rendered by the choir under 1'rof. Longucir , thosingmgof MissKatioCrottAgnes llunna- gan , Nellie Thompson and the Misses le- witt belli ; ; particularly notleeablo lor Its ex cellence. The temporary altar was prstusoly decorated with ( lower * , the credit of which belongs to Mrs. Andrew Murphy , Mis. Lyman and Ml.ss Nora O'Connor. Father Boyle preached an elegant sermon , his words having particular reference to the opening of tint church. Ho took his text fiom psalms xxv. , U. "Loid. 1 have loved the beauty ot thy house and the place where thy glory dwelleth. " The reverend gentleman opened by alluding to thn object ot creation , all of which was lor tlio glory of ( ! od. From the seraphs In heavenly realms to the most Inainnllirant In sects on earth all had been brought Into ex istence to glorify their creator. Hod need not have created man did Ho so wish. Sincii bo did so there was an obligation placed on humanity to worship nnd glorify the creator. Man was not lelt without divine assistance and aids to eimblo him the more easily to tullilt these obligations. Among these aids woiochurches. God was present everywhere , especially In the temples erected to His honor. "Heaven is my tlirono and ttio earth my footstool. " trom the earliest times places of worship were leld : sacred oven down to the days ot the old dispensation wuen Jacob hud his memorable vision andaiinulntud a stone and called It the house ot God. The sscredness ot the place- was shown when the Lord com manded Mose to take oil Ins shoos became ho was treading on holy ground. Thu Israel- Its weio commanded lo build tabernacles. In fact the construction of places of worship was as old us religion Itself , The speaker then refeired to Solomon's temple , clving a graphic description of its grandeur and the sac-redness that surrounded It. Hero a conclusion was drawn butween the tabernacle which only contained the laws and thiiM ) which , according to Catholic heller , hold the true body and blood ot Jesus Christ. The difticidtles under which the eaily Chris tians had to labor in order to worship their God formed the succeeding thread ot Father lloylo's discourse. This gave him an oppor tunity to dwell on the trials , tribulations and cruel deaths of the martyrs. Ho said the Clnistlans of to-day Mioiild bo thankful tlmt they have tliu privilege ot worshipping ac cording to the dictates of their conscience , and erecting churches at their pleasure in this free country without tear of persecution or death. The conclusion was an eloquent Invocation of divine blessing on those who bad so generously aided In the construction ot St. 1'cU'r's church , the preacher's earnes hope being expressed that each and every one , no matter how bumble their offerings , might enjoy a long , hnppy and prospbrous llto until they weiu c-.lmly. peacefully and resignedly transtfiied to tlio heavenly tem ple of eternity. There was no evening services because no permanent arrangements lm\u jet bean made lor keeping the blessed sacrament , with out widen benediction cannot tin given. In n short tune , however , when the new altar Is put lu place iccular vesper services will be hold. There will lie mass tnery week morn ing at 8 o'clock , commencing to-day. Tins loc.-vljty Is to bo fiulte a Catholic quartets. Here the city Catholic cathedral will bo loQited'and On ono side of tbo square there Is 3 laigo brick building of four storlei In elevation over a stone basement and capped with a mansard roof , which Is to ba occupied as a day school by the ladles of the Sacred Heart. NO FOOL. . MKK TIIK OLiD An Old German Showers 1'rcaonts on n Yoiinif Ijftity nnd Arrc t * Her. Ella Morgan , a somewhat charming brunette , has been an object of attention at the police station over Sunday. Her case is an interesting one , nnd is dlstm- quished for its lack of criminal nnd. abundance of Indicioti.s features. She WHS arrested on complaint of Henry Gross , a brain-cracked Teuton who is crazy to got married , on the charge of obtaining goods under false pretenses , Tlio facts as nuar us can bo gleaned are as follows : Henry ( Jross , n widoworngcit about 00 , and who has a family of grown tin children , has taken the notion into his iigc/l head of late to take unto him n now wife. To this cll'ect ho has IH'CU in serting advertisements in the papers proclaiming his wants in that line. His liomo is near the center of the state , mid having received a number of replies from matrimonial aspirants at Oimihii , ho do- elded to como hero to plcK out the llower of lliu Hook for the future Mrs. Gross. Ho put up at the European hotel on Friday last. Thu same evening fate ordained that Miss Ella Morgan , who lives on Fourteenth .street near Jackson , dropped into the hotel on an errand. The clerk jestingly told her of the old man and his errand , diseantoil on thu size of his farms and his Hocks , and told her to pitch in and "work" the old follow. While they were engaged in conversation ( Jross hini- self appeared on the scenu , and was in troduced to Miss Morgan One look at thu old fellow was enough for her , nnd she turned her back on him. Not so with him , however , hero was us fair a form ami face aa over ho could wish , and why seek any further for a partner. Upon her turning to leave , Gross gallantly came forward and ollbred his services us chaperon ami would not take no for an answer. Alter much persuasion on Ills part she decided to cut the discussion short by consenting to his company. 15oforo proceeding three blocks the old follow had nnidc a proposition of marriage tohcr , which she declined with thanks lint rfgain ho would not take the answer "no , " and told her if eho would bo his bride ho would buy her : i gold watch niul ring , a silk dross and any ether article of adornment dear to the female heart. Taking everything for granted the old fellow told her ho would call on her the uo.xt day and take her to the stores to mircha.su these articles , and asked for her residence. She , however , replied that she didn't care to get mar ried , but added if he could liml her ad dress she would go with him to make tlio purchases. Through sonio ruse she getaway away from him and hurried homo , think ing she was well rid of him. IJut bo , however - ever , went straight to the hotel clerk , who furnished him the address , of Miss Morgan anil next day , to her con sternation , hu drove up to her door in a cab. On his being ushered into tliu house not wishing the lady of the house to know his errand , she said to him care lessly , ' ! suppose Mr. Raymond sent you ill ) to look at the organ. " "No , " said ho , " 1 como to marry you. " "Well , " said she , "you can't ' have mo and 1 won't marry you. " The old man , however , reminded her of her promise of the night before , and with the visions of n gold watch and slk | dross before her e.ye.s she obeyed the dictates of her feminine nature and consented to go. Thny lirst drove to Falconer's , where ho ordoreoi n dark green silk costing $20 , and guve her 20 moro with which to buy anything she fancied. Their next purchase was a gold ring , and later ho presented her with n gold watch. In the afternoon ho called on hur again urging the nuptials inuno- diatuly , but HIO ! declined saying she wouldn't marry tiny man unless ho deeded her his property. Thu old man readily assented to this. Ho wont to thu court house , came bank and got tier name , ago , birthplace , etc , , and after a short absence returned to her again with a paper In his hand , which upon examination proved to bo n marriage - riago license , and not a deed to thu land. Then the fountains of Miss Morgan's wrath were broken up , uiid she told him she would never , uover marry him , or have anything to do with him. "Allea re.cht , " said llorr Gross , "vo vill see npoiit dls , " ami hurried oft' to consult a magistrate. Upon his telling hisston. ho was advised to have Miss Morgan ar rested on the chnrgo of getting goods under false pretenses. According Satur day evening u * she was returning to her homo on Fourteenth street she was nrrostod and lodged in the city prison , where she has since remained. Miss Aloruan is not n bad looking girl , is about nineteen years of ago , and looks onUroly out of jilaco with tin ; prostitutes and drunkards with whom she is con- lined. Hho formerly resided at Toledo , O. , then at Mnrengo. In. , where her mother still resides. Her mother is n widow and the girl herself is dependent upon her own resources , and since com ing to Ouiana has served in the capacity of u domestic. She has been hero only 11 fuw months and know of no relatives or friends in these parts. While n HKK re porter was conversing with her last evening , Frank Cotton , n waiter in the Hub restaurant who had been de tailed to carry her u snppor , almost dropped his tray on discovering tl.o girl , who is his cousin , whom ho has not seen since leaving Toledo two years ago. Miss Morgan has not tlio appearance of being tough , and nothing about her talk or manner would indicate that she is in any way depraved. Cnnl of Tlinnko. To the olRcers nnd members of Omaha ledge No. 2. , I. ( ) . O. F. , and ether friends , for their kindness at tlio funeral of our father , wo wish to express our heartfelt gratitude. JAMKS AND ANNII : KISCAIU. KKltbT-ln this city July ! U atflt5a. : m.t Frank A. , son ot Adam 11. and Ida Kerst , aped U years and IT days. Funeral to-day at 3 p. in. from the family residence , 'Jl ? Capitol avenue. Absolutely Pure. Tula powder never rarlci. A marvel of | iur < tr.itrentflU nd whol aoinaneiii Mnru. econ- omlcil than the orJI'iarr kludi , anil c nnot to told In coinputltlon vrltb the multliurti til low coil Ihort weight ahirn or pbo pbut powdi > rt. Bold onlr to can * . ' UQTAL Uni.NQ 1'owuiK 0 T.V. . Elltaof : Kansas City arrived yes- ordty. John II. Hooj-of Kearney , Nob. , is in the city. II. II. Lonflbrldgo , of Lincoln , was doing the cityo'ustorduy. J. D. Clark and Hen Gocllsh , or Papil- lion , were in tlio city .vcsterdny. D. A. Hopkins , ScluiyU-r , Neb. , nnd J. 3. Hcmh , of Lincoln , were at the Paxton yesterday. A. 0.11. Calhbmi. of Koarncy : C. H. I oiuba. Weeping Water , tire registered at the Arcade. Robert Kansnm. proprietor of the Pee ple's theater , arrived in thu city from Jlncngo last night. C. A. Wartman , of Chicago , and Charles C. Pearl uud wife , of Ainsworth , Neb. , were at Iho Metropolitan yester day.U. . U. F. Adams and K. Conficor , of llos- on ; V. K. Crapnor and 1) . H. Howard , of .incoln ; T. P. Owen and Will Smith , of i'hayer , Neb. , wore at the Millard yes terday. _ Wreck Nonr Hellovuo. The special freight train on the H. & \l \ , road bound for Omaha which was wrecked at IJelleviio about 8 o'clock Saturday morning , consisted of about twenty cars. Tlie engine and three cars > assiid the switch near the depot safely , ) iit the fourth car took the point ( if the twitch and half of the train was derailed. The only person killed was an unknown ramp who was stealing a ride. It is thought the switch was tampered with by some tramp prompted to revongii him self against the road for being refused a 'rce ride. An Old Tlmo Crook. Hilly AnUerson , a hunchback Indi vidual , wa- , arrested by Ollieer O'Grady ast night and booked as a suspicious character. Anderson is an old time crook uul has been cinched time and again. Tito Natiitorium , Uth and Farnrm sts. , will bu closed to-day until about fi o'clock j. in. , in onlcr to clean the bath. DR. POWELL REEVES , 314 SOUTH I3TH ST. ; OMAHA , - - NEB. tmni DISPENSARY Established for tha Scientific and Speedy Cure of Chronic , Nervous and Special Diseases , AN EXPERT SPECIALIST , Treats nil forms of Tlironr Luiur , Norro and Illooa discuses , nil Clirouio dlsoaxp * nml De formities fnr inmilvunco of any Institution In this country. Those who contemplate K'Jlt'K to Hot Sptlncs fortlio trontnioiit ot nny I'rlvnto or llliiod tllsGnic ottn tic cnrud ( oronu thud tliu cost in our I'tlrnto Dlspcnsiuy , UU South llitlt sir eft , Uiiialm , Noli , bcrotulit and nil Malig nant lllooil anil MHlnrlal ( llsoiisi's punnanciitly eradicated ftomtho sjsloin and a cure I'IIIIIRII- tnod t'lccrs and Fever eoro" , rcsultlnfr fiom Varicose VnlnsYcrosl8 of Hones , Old doors , Kplthcllnl Cincers and Flstuln gf ovcry kind , cop'sriilly ana purinnnontly eurod. HUI'TL'HK cttri'd without jialn orhlndoianco from _ lly this trratrnont a pure fxivel. Complexion , free trom blouness , freckles , tilunklieads , erup tions , etc. , llrllliant Kycs and perl cot hualth can ho hinl. 1ST That "llr xlV fooling and nh femiilo weak nesses promptly cured. Illnatlnir Iluailnohus , Nenous Vrostrntton , General Dclilllty , Pleop- lesanefs , Depression and IndlRPStlon. Ovarlon troubles , Inllammatlon and Ulcetatlon , Falling and Dlsplaceinonts , r-plnal weakness , Kidney complaints nnJ CliaiiMt ) of Llfo. Consult the old Doctor. EVE IUn CID Acute or Chronic Inllnm- CIC RnU CHIlimutlonof the Ryellds or ( ilobo and lar or Near SUrhtednosa , Inversion of the Lids. Scrofulous K\os , UU-oratlonsf In- tlnmmiitlons , Al > sco s , nimncssof Vlilonof ono or both O.VUH , and Tumors of Lid. if Inttiimmatlon of the Kur , Ulccrntlon or Cntnrrh , Internal or External Deafness , or 1'arnlyslf , Singing or HourlnK noises , TUIckened Dr.nn , etc. ll DUfifC ! DelllltySpormatorrhcn ) , Som- nLnsllUO Inal Loh-.es , Mght Kinlsslotis , LOJS ol S'ltul I'owor , Sleeplessness , Despond ency , J oss of Memory , Confusion of Ideas , lllurs ll(4n-o ( the Kycs , Laseltude , Lunirtior , ( ildoitilueFS , Ocprcphlon ol Spirits. Aversion to Society , KHHlly Discouraitcil , Luck of Conn- deuce , Dull , Listless. Unlit for Study or llnsi- necs , and llnds llfo n burden , Safely , I'ennu- iicntlv and I'rl\ately Cured. Ri nftn . CVIU Diseases , Syphllls-ndl- DLUUII tt Onlneenso tno t horrllilo In its riiRtilts completely eracllcntcd without thu nso of moroury. Scrofula , Kryslpulus , Fever SOIHS , Illotches. 1'lmplcs , I'lcors. pains In thu Head mid Hones , Syiilillltlc Sere Throat , Month nnd TontMio , rliuiil\iliir Knlnrireniont of the Nook , Ubuiimatmn , Catanh , etc. , I'urmanontly Cured When Otliurs Have Failed. IIDIUJIDV Kidney and llladaer troubles , UnltlAnls Weak Hack , Hurtling Urine. Frotueney | of Urinating. Urine hlKh colored or milky fiedlmenton stnnding , ( ionorrha'n , ( lleet , Cystitis , dlo , promptly uiul sately cured. Cnariccs reasonalile. I > KIVATR DISEASI . lliood I'ol'on , Vnnoiil Taint , ( Hoot , Stricture , Bernini ) Emissions , Ln < s of BU.VUUI Power , \VeakiiossotthoBoxutilOrtrans , Want of Do- Rim In ninlior female , whether from Impru dent tmbllsof young or soxunl habile Inmnttiro years , or nny cause that doblllates the sexual functions speedily and permanently cured. Consultation tire and strictly eonllilentlal. Medicine hont free from observation to all parts of the United States. Correspondence receives piompt attention. No Inters an swered unless accompanied by four rents In stiunpa. Send stump for pamphlet nnd llsl of question * . Terms strictly cash. Call ou or ad- dredS UKroWICI.I , KKKVKS , No. 3H South ith : St. , Umaha , Neb. DRS.S.&D.DAYIES01 . . . 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo. Of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy St. Louis , Mo. , University College Jlospi- til , London , Giesen , Germany and New ' York. Having devoted thcir'attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES , More especially those arising from impur- dcnce , invite all so sutler ing to correspond without delay. Diseases of infection and contagion cured salely and speedily with out use of dangerous clru s. Patients whose cas s have been neglected , badly treated or paonounded incurable , should not fail to write us concerning their symp toms. All letters receive immediate at tention. JUST 1 U1ILISIILI > . And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt of one 2 cent stamp. "Practical Observations on Nervous Debilitv and Phjslcal Exhaustion , " to which is'added an "Essay on Marriage , " with important chapters on Diseates of the Reproductive Organs , the \\ho'e ' forming a valuable med ical treatise \\hich should be read by all \cungmen. Address DRS. S. & I ) . DAVIESON , 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo , RUPTURE CURED- HT nr. Hncdlfcer'i melho.t. Noopcmtlon- p-ilni No Dflenllon ( rum builnix * . A.UuU'J id children well at iiionn people. llumlruJl ul amour IPO eiUmuolali oa Ule. AUtiut'nu * * utrlctlcuiilldol ) tUU CONSULTATION FlihIB. i uor , N. n. COOK , Room 0 , 101-1 Uoufjltis St. , Omaha , Neb , ODDS AMD ENDS , The busv season being over and things not so rushing any moro we have now time to look after the stock that is left , and find that we have accumulated during the season quite a few odds and ends. These consist of some single suits , one or two of a kind , and quite a lot of suit pants. Verv frequentlv wo 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 low we have marked them down still further. There are some verv fine goods among them. We will sell them onlv as thev are. That ic , make no alterations as the price is so oactremelv low that w cannot afford to have the expense of altering them , but those who wiil find a fit in this lot will get the goods at abaut one third tlieit value. value.MENS FURNISHINGS. As unusual bargains in neckwear we offer 100 doz. elegant scarfs at 15c ; retailed in all first class houses from 50c nt > ward. 100 doz. extra line silk and satin scarfs , Tecks and Four-in-Hands , 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 beT the last of them this season. We cannot fill mail orders on this last lot. All goods marked in plain figures and at striotlv one price at Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. During July and August , our store closes at 0:30 : p. in. , except Satutduy. OMAHA MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Cor. IStli St. anil Capital Ant. . OMAHA. HCB. run TUB Tnr.ATuc.NT or AU. 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The proprietor of the Omaha Medical nJ urgl- cut Inititiite lias publlsiiMd u Tiiluubla sot or book ! awl papers upon chrimlo au J inr lcal dlieuios mid clcfnnnltfi's , and the tuothoil * of rur * whloli navu Klvcii him tlio reputation of bnliiK tlio matt "kill- zul un < l iiiccciitul ipociullst In tUB wi'it. nna m ule tlio InBtlimo " ctlpbrated Dial inn'llclnoi arn Bout to nml imtlentt reuelvud from av ry > ute In thn union , Aniunv the books Is ono upon thHdl < oui- p ot woiniinioiiii uiou | nervous , Kpacul HIM ! prlvaln dl < ica es of the eefiial mill urtnair urguiu ; > Hrlco- celo curoil ny sinvlritl operutlonv. anu thulr Intel ) InvonleU cliitup coniprois mtsponsory for in. relief Miiilcuru \urlcociue. . uervous ntliausllOD and sei- uul cleblllly. new rettoratlvn tresiraent. rnpers iiron snrKli-'Hl brttccn. rtlus. canfern. pirnlyl * . HU. Klectrlclt ? aud the unw uiaitnetlo batt.ry for home u e ; ratHrrh and Inhalation , eta Unlike most bonks HFiipit bj .doctors fret , they do not conslit of lc tlmonlls wltli nctlllnin nit mm nnd Inlllals , urruliblab of that kind , but ar plain descriptions of dUeHsonsymptom * , new dUcovertes lu medicine. urgi'tr mmal.i'lrlcitr. Hndare well worth tb p - aiiiiil. nnd van l > e obtnmtM free hr ndilr ln < the Omuhn Medical nml Muritlcal tnultutc , UlU stroat aud Capitol Avcnuo , Omaha , Nebraska , DIAMONDS , WATCHES , JEWELRY , BRONZES AT- Importer's Prices MAX MEYER & BRO. EDUOATIONAlj' / 1At.LAN.\N Colloiro , lies Mollies. Iowa. A. \J Homo Hclionl tur GlrN. Full Cournos of htudy. ripoulnl udvmiliiRiia In MiiKlc , Art , Mini- cm I.uniMiituus ttnil Hliientlnn. l' ll term bu- Kins tic'pt. Kill. Addrfsi tlio president , U. it 1'oineioy. ALBANY LAW SCHOOL. Thirty-seventh year bruins Sept Cth , 18S7. > 'or circulars or bpoolul Infnniinilon uiMr HIIIUCO 1' . Smith. 1. U 1) . Doun , Altnuiy , N. V YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE nonisciiooi ; : , KANSAS CITV M ( > . Kull rtirpi 4i ( iircoinpll lii-U Tcuihen. I'liulU fscolvuliit HIIV tlino l-nr i lrruir ! : > ui'l'lylo ' , Ml t ; UiOg.MAi ! I'llnclpnl. MT BEACON ACADEMY VHUr > ( ; OX , K.V. SelecRpme School , J. fllKU BMITH. A.M. SOUTH SIDE RESIDENT TRACT ADDITION TO FRiOD , NEBRASKA. At Auction Sale , Thursday , August 4th , ut L' p. in. , Sharp , Sale withcnit Reserve to the Highest Bidder. Friend , Nebraska , has two thousand people. Is on the main line oft ! c U. & M. roatf > 33 miles west of Lincoln. The K. C & \V. railroad is suircyed through the townj bonds will be voted for itand the division hl.itlon on the new line will be at Fri nd. The town is one of the best shipping points in the slate. Termn of Sale One-thiid cash , balance on easy terms C. C. I'ACE and HEN O'KIIODES , Auctioneers , Lincoln. * WHITE & l-'ISimUUN , Propiictors. New Model Lawn Mower Five Sizm. Will cut higher f/ra9 tlt < ti Hnf/otltrr , Has itocqitalfor simplicity , tlnrndilitiami case of operation. This is the latest Iniprovol jU * chino in tlio Market. Low J'ricen. Sand for circulars. r * PHIL STIMMEL & CO * OMAIJA , XEISItASKA. Stale Agents for I'ortcr'tt Jlai/ifay Tool it ml Jobbers of llimlimj Display at their waroroomn , 1 3O5 nnrt 13O7 F.irnam Street , the largest assortment of Pianos and Organs to bo found at any establishment west of Chicago. The stock embraces the highest class and medium grades , Including STEINWAY , FISCHER , LYON&HEALY BURDETT , ORGAN STANDARD , LYON&HEALY Prices , quality and durability considered , are placed at thOT , > lowest living rates for cash or time payments , while the lon$7 ( established reputation of the house , coupled with their most liberal Interpretation of the guarantee on their goods , affords the purchaser an absolute safeguard against loss by possible defects in materials and workmanship. LYON & HEALY , 1305 1307 FARNAM STREE RELIABLE JEWELER. Watches , Diamonds , Tine Jewelry , Silverware Thelaigrst fcioi.k. 1'nccj the lowest. Rcpaiilng a bpccialty. Work warranted. C orner Douglas and Itith treets , Omaha. Lueiui-d Watchmaker for lliu Union Pacific R ailroad Company. DR. OTTERBQURC , r > r ISili . "d u.i , . bl > , ulltlK , > " ORiCUMf IN MCDICIIIE , AID 8PCC' ' PB tmiOiH ' l * . I.M . - . 1 In-ttnrlt r < - VARSCQCELEIdtw iMo. J. B. HAYNES OFFICIAL STENOGRAPHER 1JMJM ) .H'DlflAh DISTUIUT , a ? Chamber of C ornnicrco. J CUT > VNn PL/UQ. Incomparably the Coat. 'GOLDEN lur , ini'ii.c MM" , in.'l cluvH .mil lor paitluiiUrn. ifi ; ni'\L , tu.r '