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EHE OMAHA DAILY BEBS THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 , 1887.
CHAIUT1K8 AND COnitECTlONH. The nolegatoi Arriving The Confer- rnco's Object ( Hated by ltd onicnr * . Hon. 11. II. Giles , president of tlio Na tional Conference of Charities and Cor- ructions , Miss Ella A. Giles , his Uiiufr.li' tor , Prof. O. A. Wright , secretary of the Wisconsin state board of charities , and other delegates to tlio conference , arc In the city. President Giles Is a fine , dig nified looking gentleman of about thrcu Bcoro years , whoso appearance Indicates benevolence and firmness. For a num ber of terms ho served as state senator inWisconsln , and used his Influence to advance the good work in which ho Is en- paged , As a worker for the cause of clinriticB and corrections ho has labored hard for seventeen years. To a UIE re porter lit ) stated : "Fifteen years ago. in Chicago , this work was commenced. There were but fourteen present , one being a lady , and it was tlillicult to plnco the matter in effective working order , but a resolution was finally drawn un denounc ing the county jails of Illinois ) , Wisconsin and Michigan as nurseries of crime. Four of tlii ! original promoters of the system will bo present at this conference. "Great progress has been inudu in tlio work and tlio condition of those incar cerated fur crime hits been much im proved , while the methods of dispensing charities litivo been altogether re modelled , the idea now being promi nently recognized that the needy classes should bo encouraged to help themselves rather than solicit aid. To this end pro vision for work has been miulo where the applicants are able to labor. Foreign emigration Is a prominent subject in tuo public mind , especially in the cast , and must bo dealt with. Shipping insane for eign paupers to the UnitoU States is especially deserving of our considera tion. This matter was presented at St. Paul last year. One other question to bo discussed Is the "Advancement of the African and Indian races. Those com prising tlio conference are members and officers of the various state board of oharitios and corrections as well rs inter ested in the best methods to treat the criminal and pauper classes. As to the criminal classes wo believe the first con- lideratlon should bo tbo reformation or punishment of the criminal. Wo fiavo views as to the Insane not generally accepted , but which will bo when understood thorougly. The hopelessly insane should bo placed in state Institutions. 'lucre will bo many subjects discussed and papers read. " To-morrow evening the conference will bo hold in exposition hall. Governor Thayer , Mayor Uroatch , President Max Meyer , of the board of trade , John M. Thurston , J. M. Woolworth and ox-Governor Alvin Saundcrs will de liver addresses of welcome. Responses will be made by President Giles , Frank 11. Sanborn , of Massachusetts and Fred II. Wines , of Springliehl , III. The conference promises to bo larcoly attended and productive of much prac tical good in improving upon the many advanced schemes already devised to promote the objects involved. The ma jority of the delegates will arrive to-day , ns it is understood that all the eastern delegates collected at Chicago and will como to Omaha in a body. Rev. Edward Everett Halo , of Hoston , will deliver the sermon on Sunday at 3 p. m. At the opening exorcises of the con- fcronco a double quartette , consisting of Messrs. W. S. Riggs , A. VanKuran. Nat M. Urigham. Walter Wilkins. Dr. Wood- burn , Harry Buckley , S. 15. Reed and W. B. Downing , will render several appro priate vocal pieces. SOUTH OMAHA NOTES , The city conncil meets to-night. Frank Desmoro lias returned from a trip to Chicago. Mrs. Ella Sloano will depart Saturday to join her husband at Colfax Springs , Iowa. A very enjoyable dance was given Tues day night at tlio residence of Mr. llilcy , on the West Sido. Fowler Bros , are putting oloctnc lights throughout their packine house. Daniel Walker , proprietor ot the Walker house has sold out to a son , whc has been engaged in tlic hotel business it Iowa. The Read house is rapidly nearing com plotion. . R. Kallsh has not as yet opened his store. Nelson , the porter on the dummy , while assisting ladles on the' car on this morn ing run , was pushed asidoby a man whc Boomed to bo in a hurry and refused tc give the ladies preferencewhereupon the porter interviewed him according to the rjulllvau style , and the rude fellow , bcine latistiod with his punishment , took a seal tvhcn his turn come. M. J. Leonard has put on an additior to his saloon on Twenty-seventh street in the shape of a lunch counter and choi nouso. William Connelly , a merchant of Lind lay , Nob. , is in this city looking at tin lights. Lot 1 in block 20 first addition , was lold yesterday by D. Anderson to Mrs Kate Smith ( or f 1,000. Mr. David Anderson will ship 150 cat tie to Columbus to bo fed. South Omaha will have another boo * ind shoo store in a short time. Mrs. Kunder , who left her husband Joseph Kunder , some months ago , re turned to the city yesterday and found nor husband gone. She will remain here if Joseph will stay where ho is. A special train of eleven cars of stool tvas sent to Gibbon , Nob. The grading on tlio B * & M. railroat Is progressing rapidly. 11UKGLAKV. Michael Conroy , ono of the hardcs eases in the city , cut the screen in i window of llowcll's lumber yard on"ic < Tuesday night and entered the roon with thu intention of sleeping there. Thi occupant of the room , Benjamin Schoit Ing , caught and held him until an ollicci , , came and locked him up. This moruini ho was bound over to the district cour In the sum of f 500. KAILUOAU M.VTTEIIS. COMMISSIONKU HAITIIOHN. J.N. Falthorn , chairman of the West cm Freight bureau ; C. M. Wicker , trail ! manager of the Chicago & Northwester : road , and George L. Garman , of th Western Railroad Weighing association arrived in town yesterday , nnu mi mediately sought President Potter nn Mr. Mnnroo , of the Union Pacific , am several of tint oUicials of the B. & M and with them drove to the stock yards They have come to consider ono of th agreements recently made with shipper of live stock from this point. Ono c the results of the meetinir will b th shipping of slock by weight instead of b. the carload as heretofore , an agrcomen which it is claimed gave the shipper a advantage over which the roads hav been uneasy , especially since the increas ing of the length of the cars to twenty six and thirty-four feet. A circular was issued yesterday by Pros dent Potter , giving Mr. Munroe , gonern freight agent , jurisdiction over all th lines of the Union 1'acitic , 110W THE UUMUIt AUOSK. Mr. Dickinson , general suporintcndcr of the Union Pacific , by way of explain tlon of the possible origin of the rumor c a feeling existing between himself an the conductors of the road , says that may b'o ascribed to the fact that n roi duotor and engineer wore discharged n < Jong since for u reckless disobedience < orders. Freight trains 21 and 21 moi every morning at Cliuvcuuo at Uj1 o'clock. At passing stations they ai to Uko thu side track ui ] wait , even If it ihould happen that the west going train Is behind tlmo. Ono morning No. 21 was not into Cheyenne at G:1U : , and , under orders of his conductor , the engineer of No , 24 pulled out. About three miles cast of Cheyenne the two trains met , but , fortunately , were stopped before they ran into each other. The en gineer and conductor of 24 wcro dis charged , T. L. Bowman , of Lo Mars , right of way agent of the Chicago & Northwest ern road , is at the Paxton , P. P. Shelby. BO long and favorably connected with the Union Pacific and one of Omaha's favorite citizens , left for Salt Lake last evening. Ono of the stations on the now branch of the B ife M. west of Schuylcr has been named Cushlng , after Mr. R. C. Gushing , of the railroad contracting firm of Cusli- ing & Mallory , of this city. On Monday nest the Chicago & North western road will commence to lay iron upon its graded line between Wahoo and Schuyler a distance of thirty miles. The road IH already bridged and the work will bo pushed rapidly to completion , by the contractors. Cushlng & Mallory. A Mysterious Trunk. The trunk of a vender of a patent mcdlciuo called the "Chinese Se cret11 was the cause of a sensation at the B. & M. depot Tuesday evening. The trunk omitted n most peculiar smell. Charley Ilamollus , the baggageman , was satisfied that it contained u dead body , and with the horrid visions of a Maxwell-Prellor tragedy dancing through Ins brain ho called Ticket Acont Oleson and other depot dignitaries who , after each In turn taking a whin"at the trunk , gravely con firmed llamcllus' suspicions ; the city physician , Dr. Ralph , and other gentle men of medical repute wcro summoned and they , too , pronounced the odor as ono familiar to them in the dissecting room. The chief of police was summoned and word sent to the coroner to come and lake charge of the dead body. The chief accompanied by two or three officers appeared and orders were given to watch for the coming of tlio owners. A few minutes later the innocent owner came rushing into tin ) baggage room to see about his check , when he was sternly confronted by the chief , who apprised him of the discovery of the dnad man , and ordered him to open the trunk. Despite the ex planations of the medicine man , he was finally forced to comply. The ghastly news had spread and a largo crowd had gath ered. With bated breath thev watched the turning of the key in the trunk and the raising of the lid. Nothing could bo seen but a large board fitting into the top which completely hid the contents. Amid the deathlike silence the chief stepped forward and lifted the board , when there was disclosed , not the man' glod trunk and limbs of a dead man , bul a trunk full of neatly labeled packages. The Gold Spell. About 11 o'clock yesterday the cole weather had reached its lowest point and the temperature began to rise. Ac cording to the signal service olliccrs this was not a cold wave , but what they term a cold spoil. A cold wave only comes when the thermometer has alrcadj reached 45 degrees and suddenly des ccnds 15 decrees more in n short perioe of time. Yesterday morning the min imuni was 48 degrees at O'clock. Tues day morning at the same hour it wa : 50 degrees. It appeared colder because cause it was cloudy. The prcs cut cold spell started in nortl western Manitoba , thence inte northwestern Montana where tin Omaha oflico flrsfdlscovered it. It ther lescendcd southeasterly , covered a bol of country extending from Minnesota te Wyoming. "Yesterday morning it firs reached St. Louis , and at 0 a. m. yesterday the temperature began raising in Mon" tana. At G o'clock yesterday morning tin thermometer reached thirty-eight degree ; Moorhead. at Minn. , and there wore ligh frosts. Tlio Indication for | to-day ii Omaha and vicinity are fair weather fllowed by clouds and rains , with an in creasing higher temperature. NKW TOWNS. On I ho C. , M. & St. P. Hallway. The opening sale of lots In the nev towns of Buck Grove , Bell and Keuwooi will occur on August 31 , September 1 am 8 , respectively. These lots are localci on the Sioux City and Manilla branch o the C. , M. & St. P. railway , and atlbrei ai excellent opportnnity for safe invest ment - C. A , PAULEV , Gen. Land Agent , Milwaukee , Wis 11. G. HAUGAN. Land Com'r C' . , M. . ! St. P. railway , Milwaukee , Wis. Another Warehouse. Tuesday Harris & Fisher bought th lot on the northeast corner of Saventl and Loavonworth streets from Johl Powers , paying for it the sum of $20,000 It is their intention to erect upon it ; handsome warehouse , which may bo usei for wholesale purposes. Mr. Powers in tends to move his cooperage to the bet toms. Mr. Harris loaves next week for Lo Angeles , where ho will hereafter reside but it is his intention to invest nearly nl his money in Omaha's real estate am industries. _ Dress Cutting School , I01S1 Howard Lessons given in scientific dress cuttini free of charge for the next fifteen days Visitors invited. Illahway Kobbcry. Joseph Kraseusky , an employe of th stock yards , was walking along the hi ! on the west side yesterday at about o'clock , when ho was accosted by ion men , who took him aside and two hcl him while the other two went throng his pockets and took | 5 , all the money h had. They each took $1 and handed 1 back to him and then skipped. Two c the men are known to bo hard case ; having just completed a sentence c ninety efays each in the county jail. On of the others , who is unknown , was car lured about 10 o'clock. Disputed Title to Furniture. The Co-opcrativo Land and Lot con pany claims that there is a mistake i the statement in a morning paper in roi erence to furniture purchased by thoi from a woman on Davenport streo Hill & Young , not Dowcy & Stone , had claim on the furniture and the compan succeeded in securing the property ttftc some slight trouble , occasioned by th woman's failure to inform them of th lien on thu goods. AntiGUveflltiacti Block. The now plans of the Anhouser-Buscl bulldlnt ; on south Thirteenth and Jonc have at length been completed and wort men are now engaged in making read lor their erection. With the exceptio possibly of the Nebraska and the Firi National banks it will bo the finest structure turo on Thirteenth street and will co f 100,000. There will be a frontage of 21 feet on Jones street and run thence 1' . feet south to the alley , leaving a front < beautiful design on Thirteenth street. A Dangerous Avenue. The condition of Park avenue is brln severely commented upon by many of tl residents , who declare that it is in an a moU Impassable condition , especially I buggies and other vehicles after nigh fall. There is , it is claimed , bul ouo roai svay for drivers , and that Is on the mm side ( if the thoroughfare , to reach whic ouo has to cross several ridces of rails an ties , which cannot bo accomplished will "ANOTHER qOW DX'E DO. " Daniel Van Etten Doei Borne Aero- batlo Feat * In Law. Daniel Van Etten la n lawyer. So Bays hi * certificate. Ho Is also a surveyor , a school teacher , n preacher. In fact Dan iel can como to judgment In about any professional way. It seems that In Au gust , 1830 , Mrs. Daniel Van Elton pur chased a bill of goods from one Abra hams , a Farnam street furniture dealer , for $159 , Notes were given for payment with a chattel for security. A second end bill of goods was purchased with like bonds. Then Mrs. Van Etten procured other articles , paying In Iho meantime certain installments. A few days ago her husband claimed that the first mortgage was paid in full and that the money had pot been applied ( o the proper credit. Ho wanted the mortgage cancelled and brought suit against Abra hams before Justice Crawford of the Seventh ward. A change of Tonuo was taken to Justice Read of the Third ward. The case came on for trial before the lat ter official niut after the plaintiff's case and part of the defendant's case had been hoard , Mr. Van Etten had the case dismissed without prejudice. Immedi ately afterwards he commenced suit on be half of Ins wife for the same cause , of action before Judge Crawford. Abra hams , the defendant , became angry and rcplovincd the goods. John Chesterfield King , the constable , served the papers. He was met by Michael Donahoc , a dep utized constable from Judge Crawford's court , who had order of arrest for Abra hams , ot al. Then ensued a constabulary war in which King came out victorious. The coeds wcro taken and Iho Abraham party was taken brforo Judge Road. Then came Van Etten and demanded they bo taken before Judge Crawford. This Judge Reed refused to do and the prisoners were discharged. Subse quently Mr. Van Etten commenced a re plevin suit on his own behalf for the fur niture , but it Is doubtful it he will find the property. Altogether this is the labyrinthine legal case ever known in these parts. _ The State Grunge. The State Grange , through its presi dent , has applied for and been accorded a prominent place on the fair grounds for a headquarters tout. The place will bo n handy and welcome center lor the mem bers of the body while in attendance at ; he fuir. The Fair association has issued compli mentary season tickets to all the clergy men residing in the city , and hopes that the tickets will be put to daily use. The freedom of the grounds has also been extended to the coining veteran volunteer fireman of New York city , who will spend three days here during fair week. The invitation has been accepted in behalf of the visitors by the Omaha associalion of veteran volunteer fireman , but no day luts been chosen for the visit. There will bo no public demonstration in connection with the ufl'air. Army Notes. Leave of absence for fifteen days has boon granted Lieutenant W. II. Camp , Seventeenth infantry. The following olllcors have been re lieved from further duty in connection with the department rifle competition , and will return to their respective sta tions : Lieutenant H. II. Wright , Ninth cavalry. Fort Robinson ; Lieutenant Abnor Pickering , Second infantry , Fort Omaha ; Lieutenant J. S. Mallory , Second infantry , Fort Omaha ; Lieutenant W. A. Mercer , Eighth infantry , Fort Robinson ; Lieutenant Groto Hutchcson , Ninth cav alry , Fort Niobrara ; Lieutenant W. M. Wright , Second infantry , Fort Omaha ; Lieutenant C. M. Po.ttit , Eighth infantry , Fort Niobrara : Lieutenant A. B. Shat- luck , Sixth infantry , Fort Douglas. An Expensive Sower. It has cost the city $32,800 to mend the breakage of the Tenth street sewer near Brownell Hall. The person who had in charge the digging and filling of the sewer trench is responsible for the break- ago. Instead of using dirt and sand to fill the trench , manure , straw , stick and kindred refuse were dumped in. The settling of this padding below the pipes has left them unsupported at places , and naturally they have given way to the strain from above. Arinbrunt Found. George J. Armbrust , the Cuming street merchant , who mysteriously disappeared about two weeks ago , was found Tues day in Kansas Citv by Detectives Emery and Dingman. He claims that he did not know how ho reached that place , not being aware of his traveling until he woke up in Iho town. His brother has gone to Kansas City and will return with him to-day . lrlh National On next Sunday afternoon there will bo a very important meeting of the Irish National League in St. Philomcna hall , Ninth and Howard streets , at , 2 p. m. , at which all tlio members are expected to bo present. Interesting and important businsss will bo transacted. HOUSEKEEPERS'I OEM. KETTLE Something entirely new and sells at sight liar- .ton's StAamless , Oilor- 'less , Non-Boll-Over-Kot- tle. Has deep raised cover and water Joint , and an outlet which car ries all stomra and odor of tbo chimney. Patent Steamer attachment alone worth thn price. , - Agents wanted , mitlooi female In ovury town In Nebraska. Profits $5 tn f 10 per day. Liberal terms and exclusive torrl- tory given. Bend stamp for circular nnd terms. Prices , Uqt. , 11.73 ; tl nt. , $1.85 ; 10 qt , IS ; 11 qt. , * I.i. Model by mall. JOc. \V. S. COOMI1S , General Agent. Omaha Neb. , l > . U. Ilex 483. u U. S. DEPOSITORY , Omaii.a , Paid up Capital $260,000 Surplus 42.BOC H. W. Yatcs , President. Lewis S. Reed , Vice-Prosidont. A. E. Touzalin , 3d Vico-President , W. H. S.-Hughes , Uashier , iiuicTons : : W. V. Morse , John S. Collins H. W. Y tc , Lewis S. Reed A. E. Touzaltn. BANKING OFFICE : THE IRON BANK Cor. 12th and Farnam Gta. A General Uaukln ? Business Transacto N.W. Harris & Co , IIB-ll7MONIIOEST.CHICACOMUf I | | Q 66 OCVOUIHIIE ST. , BOSTON. D JHIHklf 3 of Conntle , Citi i , Towm.Water ! Gai. btroct. , K. Co.'s a epee Ulty. Correipondence lollcited RUPTURE CURED By Dr. Sncdlkor's method. No operatloni nc pain ; no detention from business. Adapted t < Chlklrcn ns well as grown people. Hundreds 01 autograph testimonials on III o. All bualnosi strictly confidential. Consultation free. PROP. If. D. COOK com 0 , 1614 DougUt St. , OmahaNeb. . udcnce.&eTVousUebllltycaubee through errors and bad. practice * ) CURE Absolutely Pure. Thli powder never vnrli ! * . A mnrvcl of pur. ly.strooKth nml vrholosomonosq. Mare econ omical than tlin nrdlnnrr kliul. , and cannot bo old la competition with the multitude of low cost short weight nlum or phosphnto powdorg. Bold only In run' . HOVAL UAKINQ POWDER C . 91 W ll-st. . N. Y. DR. POWELL REEVES , 314 South 13th St. , Omaha , Neb. PRIVATE DISPEXSAUV. Established for the Scientific and Speedy Cure of Chronic , Nervous and Special Diseases. ThnOlil Rellnbls Speolnllst of mnnjycnrs ex perience , treats with wonderful succor all UJNU.THKOAT , CANCBK , I'lhRS , K18TO- LA. UlJl'TUUC , cured without KNiFIi OK Treats all forms of Throat Lunjr. Nerro nml Illood discuses , all Chronic dlica os nml Ie- formltios fur In atlvnnco of nny Institution In this country. Tlmso who contemplate c < ilnir to Hot Sprln B for the treatment of tiny 1'rlvato or Illood dlMcBsocan be cured for onu-third the cost HI our 1'ilviUe.nispensniy , 3U South 13th street , Omaha , Neb. HUl'TUHK cured without pain orhlndorance rom business. I AIIICC Dy this treatment n pnro Lovely L.HIIIE3 Complexion , free from slowness trucklei , blackheads , oruptlnna , etc. , Urlllium Eyes nnd perfect bruit M can bo had. , US' " That "Urod7 foelliitf niiduhfoinaloweak. nesses promptly mired , llloutln ) ? Headaches Nervous 1'rostrutlon , ( leneral Debility , Sleep lessness , Depression nnd Indigestion , Ovurlor troubles , Inflammation nnd Ulceratlon , I'alllnc and Displacements , Spinal weakness , Ktdnoy complaints anJ Ghunge of Life. Consult th old Doctor. EVE JlU C1D Aouto or Chronic Inflnm CIC Mil CAnimatlonof the Kyollds 01 lilobo and tar or Near Slghtcdncss , Invcrsioi of the Lids. Scrofulous Eyes , Ulenratlons , In flnmmnttons , Abscess , Dimness of Vision of om or both eyes , nnd Tumors of Lid. t3T Inflammation of the Kar , Ulccratlon 01 Catarrh , Interim ! or External Deafness , 01 I'nralygis , Singing Or Uoarlnr noises , Thlckcnci Drum. etc. IICBIfflHC Debility , Spermatorrhoea , Som- nCIIIUUO Innl Lees , Night Emissions Txiss of Vital I'ower , Sleeplessness , Despondency oncy , LOBS of Memory , Confusfdn of Ideas Illuri llefore the Kycs , Laetltudo , Languor Gloominess , Depression of Spirits. Aversion tc Society , Easily Discouraged , Lack of Confl deuce , Dull , Listless , Unfit for Study or Ilusi ness , and flnds life a burden , Safely , Permanently nently and Privately Cured. Dl nnn 8. Clflll Diseases , Syphllls-a'dl DLUUU ft OlMII seuso most horrible it Its results completely eradicated without thi tiie of mercury. Scrofula. Erysipelas , Fevoi Sorog , Illotches. Pimpled , Ulcers , pallia In tbi Head and Hones , Sjjilillltlo Sere ThroatMoutl and Tongue , Ulnndulnr Enlargement of thi Neck , Rheumatism , CiUarrh , etc. , Porraanomlj Cured When Others Have Failed. IIDIUIDV Kidney and llladdor trouble ) Unllllini t Weak Hack , numlm ? Urloo Frequency of urinating. Urine lilnh colored 01 milky sedlmonton standing , Uonorrha'n , ( licet Cystitis , etc , promptly und sately cured Charnei roaionablp. PRIVATE DISEASES Kleet , stricture , remlnal omissions , loss of SOT ual power , weitknes * . ot the soxunl organswan of desire in male or fomnlc , whether from 1m prudout habits ot young or sexual habits Ii mature ycnrs. or nny cause that debilitates thi sexual tuncttons , speedily dud permanent cured. Consultation free nnd strictly confidential , Medicine Bent free from observation to al parts of the United States. Correspondence receives prompt attention. No letters an wored unions accompanied by four cents It stamps. Send stamp for pamnhlot and list ol questions. Terms strictly cash. Call on or ad dress DR. 1'OVTKLL , UKEVES , No. BH South 18th St. . Omaha , Nob. WM. MO 1NT08H. B. F. IIODWELI ISOmVELL & IHcINTOII , Real Estate Dealers 140 South Spring Street , LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA Dealers In city and country property of al descriptions. General information to newcomers comers freely given. HEALTH. WEALTH. OR. OTTERBOURG , Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts. , Omaha , Neb A Regular Graduate in Medicine nnd Spc cial Practitioner. Authorized to treat all Chronic. Nervous nm "Special Diseases. " t ( Whether caused by Imprudence , Excess o Contagion ) Seminal Weakness , ( night losso ; Hexuul Debility , ( loss of sexual power ) , Nerv ous Debility , lilood Disorders , etc. Cures guiir anteed or moner refunded. UUargqs low Thousands ol cases cured. Ago and oxparlonci are important. All medicines especially prc pared for each Individual case , No Injurious or Poisonous Compound ! Used. No time lost from business. Patients at i distance treated by letter and express. Medlclu sent everywhere free from gaze or breakage. No Deltrin Filling Order * . ForaS-eont stamp will mall FREE"Essay 01 Man , an Important Questlon"and a SYMPTOM list on which to get full history of your disease Btuto your case , send for terms. All wo usk Is trial. Becroey observed either In person or bi mail. OFFICE HOUU9- 0 to 12a.m. . " toft and T to Pp. m. Mention Omaha Weekly lice. Lincoln , Neb. Thn beet known and most popular hotel I the slate. Location central , appointments tin class. Headquarters for coinmoruiAl men an U political ttDd public jratherlnn. E. P. HOUGEN. Proprietor. In fire to right < i r the molt ob- atlca.tec.ici cf L'rhaU UlJtuei CURES la their rjr wont tagt ( Cor- _ . . _ _ rfipond wllhua. If notlilni merer you will ke turprUed tu know lilt rou may learn by o 4olng. There are tti&urarj'li of liuu ) lie ; . wo know , tut we are able to coijlnce ttie trtoililt'pU' cal that we do wliai we cl.lm. AddfCM. Coot IttM- * DtCo. , ROQB ) 11 llellman Puiiaint. Omaha , titt. NEARLY DONE , The carpenters and painters who have for some weeks past had pos session of our upper floors , are about finished , and we are happy to , state we shall in the near future , open all our floors for business. The elegant passenger elevator we are now tmtting in will make access to the upper floors easy. The tremendous increase in our business since we opened , has induced us to make preparations for the coming sea son on a gigantic scale. We are now having manufactured , and will soon have on exhibition ) the handsomest and richest lines of Fall and" Winter goods , and when everything is ready , we shall show a stock of mens' and boys' clothing second to none in the country. In addition to our clothing and furnishing goods , we shall , in a few days , open a complete line of hats. This department will occupy the rear of the second floor , and will contain a larger stock than any hat house in the city. As the goods will be all new , we shall only show the latest styles , and we shall sell them with the same low margin oi profit as we do all our other goods. All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one prioe at Nebraska Clothing Company Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. During July and August , our store closes at 6:30 : p. .m. , except Saturday. 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