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8 TKB OMAHA DAILY BE3B ; SATURDAY MARCH 30 ; 18S9.
THECITY. _ The winter term of the schools ended yesterday , nnd vacation commenced instlnf ? a wocki Henry Swab wns arrested last nlfnt ? by Officer Shields for the larceny of coal from a Union Pacific car In the Brands. The remains of Roger Donaghuo , who tiled Thursday , wore shipped to Batavia , N. YM yesterday afternoon. The fun eral will occur Sunday morning. The coses against Foley , Hartley and Schultz , charged with soiling liquor after midnight , were dlBinissod by Judge Berlta yostorduy afternoon. Mrs. 0. N. Kemp writes from Balti more , Md. , Inquiring for her sovontcon- yonr-old boy who ran away from homo is uollovod to have headed for Omaha. Charley Wheeler , a juvenile descend ant of Hnm , was found by the police Thursday night and returned ycator- day to his parents on Pacific street. Mary Luchs , an insane woman who has boon con lined in the county jail for the past week , was taken to the asylum tit Lincoln yesterday by Jailor Miller. Mrs. Watson , a German woman living nt the corner of Nineteenth anil Harnoy streets , swore out a warrant in police court yesterday , charging a neighbor , Mrs. Beatle , with having assaulted hor. An ofllcial of the Western Union Tel egraph company said yesterday that on the 1st proximo his corporation will put into effect a now schedule , reducing the rates from 15 to 25 per cent on all busi ness. ness.Onicor Onicor Burr reports that the gas lamp at Twenty-sixth and Podgo lias not boon lighted for several nights. Also that one of the electric lights on the High school grounds goes out every night. Mrs. George P. Parish of Council Bluffs was in the city Thursday looking for her husband , who , she claims , has eloped with a woman of easy virtue. Slio visited the various hotels , but could not find her erring lord. George II. Ilagon fools deeply grieved over the uublication of the police court charges against him IIB a passer of forged chocks , no claims to nail from Ulysses , and says his arrest was plainly _ n case of mistaken identity. Prank McCarthy got drunk on ginger ale yesterday and was arrested. Ho inndo a reputation for himself as the nolsost man over confined In the city jail. Ho styles himself "tho Ohio Terror. " A member of the Ohio club ' who saw him says that ho has the Ken tucky birth mark. Personal I'nrasrnptiH. J. P. Minor , St. Paul , is at the Murray. A. L. Dcnno , Chicago , Is at the Murray. A. M. Castle , Chicago , Is at the Poxton. T. C. White , St. Louis , Is at the Paxton. E. H. Fawcott , Lincoln , is at the Mlllard. J. H. Sowall , of Chicago , is at the Mlllnrd. J. A. Hughes , of St. Louis , is at the Pax- ton. CJoo M. Scott , Grcoloy , Colo. , is at the Mur ray. Henry Flcsch , Now York , is at the Mur ray. ray.H. H. C. A.ylesworth , Chicago , is a Mlllard guest. C. R. Matson , Albllcno , Kan. , is at the Murray. S. F. Brldowell , Tcrro Haute , is at the Miltard. Charles A. Pf oiffcr , of St. Joseph , is a Pax ton guest. J. E. Wright , Milwaukee , is registered at the Murray. J. W. Bell has gone to points in the south for nis health. Albert Howell , Jr. , and wife , Atlanta , Ga. , nro at the Paxton. Ex-Governor J. L. Pcnnington , of Dakota , is In the city , accompanied by his daughter , Miss Mollie Pcnnington. Major Peter > . Vroora , inspector general of the department of the Platte , arrived yes terday to succeed Colonel Hall. Mr. J. Oberfolder , a prominent merchant of Sidney , Nob. , accompanied by his family , spent a few hours in Omahn yesterday on his return from an extended eastern trip. At the Darker A. H. Burdlek , wife and daughter. Davenport ; AV. O. Jordan , Des Moincs ; C. K. Burncll , Des Molncs ; L. 1C. Hornady , Now York , W. W. Webster , Mus- catino. The sick room nt the Millard is at present occupied by a popular theatrical manager. it * Mr. Mare Klaw , Fanny Davenport's pilot , is whillng away the weary hours nursing a case of mumps. Judge Dundy , Elmer Frank , clerk of the United States court , and General Solicitor Hawley loft yesterday morning on n bear hunt. The party wont over the Elkhorn road in General Manager Burl's nrivato car. RcDortcrs l-Jxcludptl. Labor Assembly 8914 hold a meeting in its hall at 1310 Douglas street last night The meeting was open to all members of the 1C. of L. , but reporters were excluded. A Church Social. A pleasant solrco was given in the parlors of the First Presbyterian church Thursday night. Vocal music was the chief attraction. Miss L. V. Anderson recited selections from Tennyson. The attendance was largo. A Confidence Jtlnn Bnlkoil. A follow giving" the name of Fred Hagey was arrested for attempting to work n confi dence Kruno on Sam Grover , a cattle dealer from Oregon , Grover had nearly $1,000 on his person , but the crook failed to get any of It. Struck by n 1'in. Dan Shandy , while coupling cars in the Union Paclllo yards Thursday , was struck with a coupling pin and badly injured about the face. The pin was in some way thrown from the socttot by the bumpers when they came in contact. lllUglllClltR. A. C. Ralph was arrested on the chcrgo of being u procurer for a bawdy liouso. Ho was cleared of this charge , but paid a flue of $7 60 for carrying concealed weapons. Judiro Borka charged John McDonald $7.50 for stealing a sack of rugs. To Tnko Gluirgo Monday. Vice President Swobo , of the Pacific Hotel company ; has completed the inventory of the stock , and the rntii-o plant will bo turned over to the Union Paclllo on Monday. Swobo will enter upon his duties us superintendent In a few days. The property is invoiced at nearly $2b5,000. _ Olnccno literature. 1'rank Morton , of Thirteenth and Chicago trcots , waa arrested yesterday on the charge of sending obscene and Indecent letters through the molls. The letter was posted to II , Wcstphal , Morton was arranged before United States Commissioner Anderson and wab held In the sum of fSOO. Fugitives From the Reform School. The chief of police has received notice from the superintendent of the reform school at Kearney to look out for nnd arrest six cscupoil Inmates from that Institution , The boys are dronscd iu blue urav uniforms and a reward of | 10 Is offered for every ono ar- seated. Hnv. SavlclKO Speaks. Thursday nlpht Rev , Dr. Savldge , now of Grand Island , delivered a lecture In thoSaw- ard street M. E. church In this city on the subject , "Grace , Grit and Gumption , " In tlio Interest of the Ladles' aid society. The lec ture was Interesting and pointed and was listened to by a largo and intelligent audience. / Grieving for misfortune is adding gall to wormwood. Grieving will not renew your thinning hair , but Warner's Log Cubln Hair Tonio willjnuka it coin.0 i.n thick and glossy. A splendid hair dressing. Try it. BIDS FOU PAV1NQ. Different Contractor * ITcnohlnR After the City's Work. Bids for the various kinds , of street pavintf to bo used during the coming year wcro opened by the board of public works yester day afternoon. All of the contractors of the city and several from other places were present , cither directly or Indirectly Inter ested in the matter. There were fifteen bidders , whoso offers wcro ns follows : J.C. ucgan & Co. Cedar blocks on cypress ilia sand plank , 81.47 ; cedar blocks on notn- ock or pine plank , SM3 ; cedar blocks on oncroto , (1.80 ; rod cedar on sapless sand md plank , $1.03 ; red cednr on concrete , :3.33 : ; cypress on sand and plank , $1.89 ; typress on concrete , $1.79 ; alleys 80 per 'ard higher. fi. E. Nnglo & Co. . specifications , 1837-8 ed fir on sand and plank , $1.45 ; cedar on soncrcto , $1.72 s cypress on sand pliink , ' 1.15 ; cypress on concrete , $1.72 ; pcalflcatlons 1889 : Cedar onsand and plonk , 1.45 ; cedar on concrete , $1.80 ; cypress on and and plank , $1.45 ; cypress on concrete , 1.60. Andrew Jaicks Ccdnr blocks on sand ana ilonk , $1.75 : on concrete , ? 2.10 ; alleys , on sand and plunk , $1.85 : alloys on concrete , # .23. Sopor , Wells & Co. Sioux Falls granite on and , S'JBl ; Colorado sandstone on sand , ,3.M ; cedar block on sand and plank , $1. U ; concrete on sand and plank , $1.79 ; cypress on sand nnd plank , S1.47 ; cypress oil con crete , S2.35. Kansas Paving nnd Construction Company of Kansas City , Kan. Cedar blocks , $1.57 , on eand and plank ; on concrete , SI.70 ; cypress blocks , on sand , S1.C2 ; on concrete , $1.81. Alloys Cedar block , on sand and plank , $1.57 ; on concrete , $1.74 ; cypress , on sand and plank , $1.02 ; on concrete , $1.81. Hugh Murphy Sioux Falls granite , $3.45 ; Colorado sandstone , on sand , $2.40 ; Wood ruff , Kan. , sundstono , on sand , $2.30 ; cedar blocks , on sand , J-1.74 ; on concrete , $1.93 ; cypress block , $1.94 ; on sand , $1.03. Alleys granite , ? 2.03 ; sandstone. $ J.01 ; Woodruff , $2.5J. - > . J. G. and D. S. McBean Cedar blocks , $1.03 , on sand nnd plank ; on concrete , $1.07. Nebraska Paving Company Brick , on sand , $1.78 ; on sand , top course vitrified , $1.90 ; cedar blocks , on concrete. 52.10 ; cypress , on concrete , § 2.05 ; vitrifled brick , on concrete , $3.22. James Fox & Co. Sioux Falls granite on sand. $2.74 ; Colorado sandstone on sand , $2.73 ; Woodruff sandstone , $2.47 ; cedar blocits on sand , $2,03 ; concrete , $2,27 ; cypress onsand , $2.84 ; vltrilied brick on concrete , $2.84. Allovs-Gronlto , $2.81 ; Colorado sandstone , $2.83 : Woodruff sandstone , $2.53 ; brick pavement on Gulesburg plan for $2.35 per square yard. J. E. Hiloy & Co. On IbSO. specification , Sioux Foils granite on sand , S2.3SK : Colorado rado sandstone on sand , $2.USi ! Woodruff sandstone , $2.30' ; cedar blocks on plank , 51.49 ; on concrete , SI.78 } : cypress blocks , tlfti ; on concrete , 6L.63W. ' Alloys Grunite , $2.47 ; Colorado , $2.47K' ? Woodruff , $2.40 : vitrilled brick In concrete , $2.05 square yard on concrete ; on sand , $ l.bO. J. E. liiley also put in n bid under speclflca- lens of 18S7 with deduction from above bid of 10 cents. Barber Asphalt company Trinidad sheet aspholtum $2.93 standard spcclficiitions form A : form B $2.03 ; form C $2.48. William Forrest Sioux Falls granite on sand , $2.30 ; cedar blocks on sand and plank , $1.50 ; alleys , $1.50 ; on concrete , $1 95 ; alloys , $1.95 ; nil streets in cypress on concrete , $1.45 and $1.90. R. F. Con way , Chicago Sioux Falls gran- to on sand , $2.79 ; cedar blocks on broken stone nnd sand , $1.75 ; ccdnr blocks with three gallons of tar , $1.04 ; on san'd and plank nnd on concrete , $1.83 ; cedar blocks In two gallons of tar , $1.73 ; alloys , cedar block on broken stone , $1.79 ; cedar on sand , three gallons of tar , $1.09 ; on concrete , $1.88 ; cedar blocks , two gallons of tar , $1.78. J. B. Smith & Co. Cedar blocks on sand nnd plank or on sand and stone , $1.C3 ; on concrete , $1.87 ; cypress block , $1.03 ; on con- jrete , $1.92 ; alleys 10 cents higher. Mr. Forcstal is lowest on Sioux Falls gran ite ; Riley on Colorado sandstone ; Murphy on Woodruff ( ICnn. ) sandstone ; Hlley is low est on wooden pavement , except in cypress , Nauglo being lowest on that. " 1 have used St * . Patrick's pills , " says r. J. Reynolds , of Maylield , Ky. . "and pronounce them superior to any I have over before used. I do not hesitate to recommend them , knowing them to be reliable. " They are thorough , yet gentle in their action and leave the system in splendid condition. As a cathartic , or for disorders of the liver , St. Patrick's pills have no equal. Sola by all druggists. THE DRIDGK OF SIGHS. It May Be Found In the Eleventh Street Viaduct. The condition of the Eleventh street via duct is such as to demand immediate atten tion at the hands of the board of pubho works or there will bo a calamity there before - fore long which will send a thrill of horror through the city. The bridge officer , Lee Frost , has on three different occasions re ported the danger to headquarters , and a couolo of weeks since- the scene was visited by Mr. Balcombo of the board of public works. The subject was dismissed with the assertion that it amounted to nothing more than the natural expansion of the iron work of the structure. The viaduct was visited by a Bin : reporter , this morning. At the north cud of the first trestle there were found sev eral openings extending clear across the structure , while the heavy Iron plating beneath is badly displaced. The iron rods of the railing are pulled out to the extent of four inches or more , and retain at present but the smallest kind of leverage The ofll- ccr says ho Is keeping a close watch on this point , and ilnds that the displacement of the plates and Iron ] olsts increases daily , as does also the pulling out of the rods. The theory of contraction nnd expansion will not hold good iu this Instance , and some day some heavy , passing vehicle will give just the right vibration required to the structure , and thcro will be a disastrous crash. In the morning the ilssurcs extending across the bridge are wldn open and give a good idea of the existing danger. During the day these cracks fill up with dirt and dust aud do not Impress the observer ns forcibly as they do curlier In the day. The bridge officer is in a constant state of apprehension , aud is urgent in his appeals for an immediate and thorough investigation by competent authority. Grass , garden and Hold oeds. Win. Siovors & Co. , 10th and California. nosis AT IJA'KGK. The Pert YOUIIB Woman Will Not Ijlvo on the County. Rose Androson , it seems , Is not In the county Jail , nor has she bean since lust Tues day evening , when , on returning at a late hour from down town , Sheriff Coburn ro- fuscd to provide her , as she demanded , with an extra uupper. Miss Andrcson was sim ply permitted , after her recent trial , to re main in the Jail , bccauHO she was loft penni less , had no place to go. and begged for protection. Sheriff Co- burn kept her there at his own expense. She was permitted to visit Miss Blechlor , "and went down town after fruit and other things for her , but no thought of coaching the girl to bo an expert witness In the trial has over been entertained , The lawyers on bath sides have already briefed the evidence they expect to offer. They are all hard nt work getting ready fur the trial which commences next Tuesday. Judge GrolT is saving himself as much as possible so as to be In good condition for the ordeal. Ho refuses to take up anv Bulls that would bo likely to continue beyond the du.y set for Miss Bieehler's trial. A 60 cent bottle of Dr. Bigolow's Positive Cure will promptly and thor oughly euro the worst ease of recent coujjh , cold or throat or lung trouble. Buy the dollur bottle for chronic cases. Pleasant to tako. Goodman Drug Co. life Damage ? . County AttornoyMahony returned ycstedav from Lararalo , where ho prosecuted a suit for damages on behalf of Edward Jarvio and A. Finluudcr ngamst the Union Pacific rojid. Three years ago Jarvio had the lower partjof his right log crushed whllo working forvJho couipauy Iu Its coal mine. Ho was taken ; to Denver. The hospital surgeon experimented on him for thirteen months , and finally had to out the limb off. Then ho came to Omaha and the company furnished him with n wooden log. The trial lasted about throe days , nnd in twenty minutes after retiring the Jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff , and assessed his damages at $12,500. . i > . "Can't oat a thing. " Hood's Sarsaparilla - parilla is n wonderful medicine for creating an appetite , regulating diges tion , and giving strength. Dorsertod Her Mother. Mrs. P. H. Chambers , who came from Wyoming in search of her husband , found him at work nt Manger's Vienna cafe on Fa main street. Ho told her the reason ho had loft her was because of her meddlesome mother. Ho could not live in the srtmo town with hor. If hU wlfo was willing to give up her mother ho was willing to llvo with hor. The wlfo accepted the proposition. A New Train. The connecting link between Ne braska and Kansas has just boon placed in service by the Union Pacific railway. This train loaves Council Bluffs dally at 1:45 : a. in. ; leaves Omaha at 6:05 : a. m. , .md runs through without change to Manhattan , Kan. , making direct con nections there with , the Kansas division of the Union Pacific railway for all points in Kansas nnd Colorado west bound , and for Topeka , Lawrence , Kan- ias City and points east and south via Jtansns City. Returning , train loaves Manhattan at 2:23 : p. m. ; arriving at Beatrice at 0:23 : p. in. , Lincoln at 7:60 : p. in. , and Omaha at 11:20 : p. in. , Coun cil Bluffs 11:10 : p. m. , making direct connection with Kansas division trains _ rom Kansas City , Lawrence , Topeka and the cast , nnd from Denver , Salina , Abolino and all points west , enabling passengers to visit the principal points in Kansas and Nebraska in the shortest possible time. These trains have first- class equipment , consisting of smoking cars and first-class day coaches of the "atost pattern. The now train will fill v long felt want , nnd is bound to bo popular. _ v Coliseum Race To-Niulit. Thcro will evidently bo a largo crowd nt ho .Coliseum to-night to witness the great race between W. F. Knnpp and Jack .Cincman and Mons. Mnrdts , It Is five mile iiandicap for $50 a side : Knnpp to ride five miles nnd five lous whllo [ Clneman and Mnrdls travel five nlles. It will bo a race for blood , nnd ono of ho hottest nnd closest over contested on this .mpulnr cours.o. In addition to this premier event , a big programme , consisting of nmu- tour ruccs , running , etc. , ban been arranged , ind doubtless the evening will bo one of much enjoyment. To err is human , but you make no mistake if you use Dr. Jones' Red lover Tonio for dyspepsia , costiveness , bad breath , piles , pimples , npjuo and malaria , poor appetite , low spirits , or diseases of. the kiduovs , stomach nnd "Ivor. 60 cents. Goodman Drug Co. Barr & Co.'s Success. A statement was made in ono of the local papers this morning to the effect that Barr & Co. , dry goods dealers , would withdraw from Onuilm and return to St. Louis. A re- liortor called nt the establishment and asked f the reuort was trite. The atory was emphatically " phatically denied by the "management , who say that they are very well satisfied with Omaha nnd the business they are doing hero. THE VERY BEST For Stablemen and Stockmen Xbo Greatest Remedy Knovrn for none and Cattle Dlsousci. AT Dnrooisw AND DCAI.F.IH. THE CHARLES A. VOCELER CO. . BalUtncre. U J. NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION OVEU A MlI/MON DlSTKIHimSDl Louisiana State Lottery Company , Incorporated by the legislature In 1803 , for Educational mid Charitable purposes , aud Its franchise ma-lo a part of the present State Con stitution , In 1B7U , by an overwhelming popular voto. Its JIAMMOTII DKAWINOS take place SemiAnnually - Annually ( June and Docsmbor ) and Its G It AND SINGLE NUMUEIl DRAWINGS take place In each of the other ton months of the year , and nre all drawn In public , at the Academy or Music , Now Orle.inB. La. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS , For Integrity of lls Drawings , and Prompt Payment of Prizes. A.TTI STED AS FOLLOWS : "We do hereby certify that wo suporvlsflt- arrangements for nil the .Monthly and Soml-An nual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company , aud In person munuga'anl control the. Drawings themselves , und that tne batno aie conducted with honesty. fnlrnesj , und In good faith toward nil parties , and we authorize the company to use this cartlllcato , ' ? Uh fao- tlmllcs of oua signatures attached. In Us adver siieinenta' COMMI68IONB11S. Wo. the undersigned Hanks and Hankers , will all Prizes drawn In The LouUlnna Ftato Eay ottorlos which may bo presented at our coun ters. Jl. M. WALMSLEY. Pros. Louisiana Nat. Hunk. PiKKUN LANAUX. 1'res. Htutu Nut'l Hank. A. IlAhDWIN. Pros. Now Orleans Nnt'l Hank. CAUL 1COHN , I'ros. Union National llank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING , At tlio Aandamy or Miirflc , N'cw Or leans , TucHclny , April 10 , CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twentj Dollars eaok Halves , $10 ; Quarters , $5 ; Tenths , $2 ; Twen tieths , $1. 1 PIUZB OP (303,000 Is . JX ,003 1 PRI7.H OF IGO.OdOlH . . . . . . . 103,000 1 PH1/.U 01' WVJOJis . fiO ( 1 IMHS5B OK S5OUJIfl . 2fun 8 PIII/.KS OP HMXMme . 2000U 5 PHI/KS oi' nunaro . . . , . . iaixw ( 25 I'KIZKS OP l.OdOnro . Ki.UJ 100 PKI/ES OP WXJaro . ; &O.UX ) 200 PRIZES OP JlOOaro . . . . . 00,000 WX ) PRIZES OP Wnro . 100,000 API'ltOXlMATJON 1'JIUES. 100 Prizes of two are . J.W.OOO lOOP/lzesof HOOare . JW.OW 100 Prizes of a are . , . SM.OJO TKUMINAI , J'III/IH. : 000 Prlzesof JIUOuro , , . . , . . . . . . . JO ! > , M IWOPrlzosof lOOaro , . , . W.'JJO 8,134 Prizes , amounting to . . . , . $ 'lfljl,8j6 NOTE.-TU keti UrawliK/iiioil'r Cupllo nre not eu- il to termi . jr-touci.uii HATISI , or nor further Information dedroil , wrlto Ifulbly to thu umlcretgned , clearly BtiUlrmyourrosUIonrc , wltliHtntu , ( ' . Number. Moro riipld return mull ilcllvorj- will lit ) HV kurctl t > T your euclojlntf an iiclu > lnu bearlnic your lull Hrtdri ) . benJ TOSTAIi NOTES , Kxpreu Moner Or.lcn , or Now Vork Hiclmnuj In ordlmiry letter. Currency by u ( at our uxiunie ) m ! < lrc ul " A' Or M. A. DAUPHIN. ' ' Wnililntitau , pa _ Address Regisferif Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK , New Orleans , La. IlVlOim NATIONAL IIANKH of New Orlotn * . iiml the ticket ! uru iluno4 by the I'roildrnl or nti InHllu- tlun wlioio chartered rlgliU am rocovulteil In the liliEhotcourKi therefore , bontruof all luiHatlun or nuoimnous ULIICUIO * " . . . . . ONK UUI.LAU K the price or the smallest part or fraction of a ticket IbfiUKIl UV tli } In unr dniwlnir. j\nytbiuilii uuruumu oDcrua lor leu thuu a Uollur , it it tnlaill * . Absolutely Pure. This powdnr never varies. A ninrvol of purity strength \vliolc3omeue3S. . Mora economical tlmn thn ordinary Kinds , nntl cnnnot bo sold In competition with the multitudes of low cost , shorlwelqht alum or phoapnnto powders. Bold only In cnn * . lloyal linking 1'owder Co. , 120 M'nll street Now York. ESTABLISHED issi < iao So. Tlio Regular Old-Established PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON It ttl'.l ' Treating with the Grcateit SKILL and SUCCESS Chronic , feons an § Private Diseases , AS-NERVOUS DEBILITY , Loit Manhood , Folllnc Memory , Exhausting Drains , Terrible Dreams , Head and Back Ache nnd all the effect ] kadlnn to early dccuy an J petlups Consumption oi Insanity , treated scientifically by new methods with ne > erfAitin itucctss. JKf SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin Dis eases permanently cured. AS-KIDNEYand URINARYc-nnphntiGleet ! , Gonorrhoea , Strlctu re , Varlcocele and all diseases of the Qeotto-Urinary Organs cured promptly without Injury 10 Stomach , Kidneys or o'JierOrgans. X99 * No experiments. Age and experience lm portent. Consultation free and sacred. .03-Send 4 cents pcsUgc Tor Celebrated Works on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Disuses. ttf Those contemplating Mairiage send for Dr. Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female , each IS cents , both 3 $ cents ( stamps ) . Consult the old Doctor. A friendly letter rtrcallmay save future suffer- Inc nnd shame , and add golden yean to life. * jJ-Hoolt "Life's ( Secret ) Errors , " jo cents ( stamps ) . Medicine and writings sent everywhere , secure from exposure. Hours , 8 to 8. Sundays 9 to . Address F. D. CLARKE , M. D. , (86 ( So. Clark St. . CHICAGO , ILL. Room 03 Traders' Bulletin ; ; , QHBGAGO. florcrcccoa Mctronolltnn Natlonu ! Ranic. U. U. Dun & Uo. Mho lirnrtitxcct Q GENTS' WITH No 4 , SFIIIAL APPLIAKGE ATTACHED , Dr. Ovfl Ing diseases Sclaticn. V Pleeaso , I'll tivoness , Kl diseases cnt KxhniiEtloii World to pi can bo mi Suspensory the Elect . . = s' Front View. l.lectro-Unl Greatest .wants tlio IjCBt.unil tills ho will flnil tlio On en tc Guarantee Bolt , which Contains Two aho Owen Keltis not r Chain. Wtro or Volti by niiy ono bcfora U Is applied to the body , nn now ottered for salo. To eliow the Eutlro Co days' trial , and If It does not Prove to bo or c oi 123 pases written by a phjslcmn of over 40 without tlio aid of a physician or the use ot medl waslo your money on belts patented years ago. and 11 the belt is not adapted to their case they i The OWEN ELI The TYI.EB SYSTEM of BANK COUNTERS Cannot bo EscelM. They are Elegant in Design and very Low In Price. Alto , Court House Furniture , and Borne 400 Otrles of 03ic Dtsk > , Clmlrs , Tables , Etc , 100 Page Illustrated Catalogue 1'ree. l'otago 7 Cts. 7YI.ER DESK GOSt , Louis , Mo , , U.S.A. toarfiu'poibMusic llookvprintcd on llnopa- _ J ) Per from full- lied nuulo plttex , for 82.OO , / * B/or S3.BII prcpild. STANDARD PfANQT ALBUM ZSOpaRi'iiof clioicoKcms from celebrated composer * , such s iloiil-oftU. Miarumka , i/wf. ) / r , > ni'it. inl/MM.and fnlMlltr. STAND- ARP hAHOE ALBXjM-aiapSKBjnTtho tnojt populardincomuelaand uurchea. STANDARD GEMS HO pago-i tit bunga and lialUUH , pi : companlments. and 110 pp. of variations. transcrip tions oprra arrangements , etc. for piano. STAND ARD SONG ALBUM-SSUPP. of rn nd lial. fadV irtirpra'iio'a ocmpahiraci.'ti'telected from th J&A2ntf # CE7VWlL , ILLUSIRATED lo Colsrs. I'riceof each Look BOO. , orUcU I LYON & HEALY , Publlaheru , prepaid. I gtatoA Monroe Sts. Chlcano. Roinarknblc for powerful sympathetic tone , pliable action and absolute dura bility ; 30 years' record the best guaran tee of the excellence of these instru ments. WOODBRIDGEBROS. EASTER TRUST FUNDS A large amount of money to loan on Im proved real estate In the city of Omaha. Ulicao funds will bo distributed la sums to suit , but large loans are preferred. Applications may be inuJeto E , S , J'lrst National Hank Ilulldlnir. lloprescntlns DREXEL & MAUL , ( Successors to John C , Jacobs. ) Undertakers and Embalmer At theold stand HOI J'arnara St. OnleH Uy t.U't'rftpn solicited and promptly attended. elcphone to No. S3 , Nebraska Clothin NEW DEPARTMENT , Saturday morning we will open our now Shoa Department. It is looafcocl 0:1 : the soo- end floor of the now addition , aud you will find there the largest aud boat assorted stook of Men's Shoes in the city. We will take occasion hero to remark that it is our intention to lead the retail'Men's shoe trade of Omaha just as wo do the Clothing , Furnishing and Hat trade. The introduction of our popular prices produced a revolution in the clothing trade , and -we propose to accomplish the same in the shoe trade , by giving at all times The Best Shoes for tlie Least Money. In buying shoes you have to rely more upon the house that sells them to you than upon your own judgement. You can not tell the" quality of the leather after it is made up into the shoe , nor can you tell how a shot ) is made , as a cheap shoe can be finished to look as well as the best. You can only tell after the shoe has boon worn how good or how poor it is. In the preparation of our new department we have employed the most expert knowledge and experience. Our stook is selected from the best and most re liable makers , and so sure do we feel of the quality of all shoes which we are selling above # 2.50 hat we offer to every purchaser , In case of any uiireasobls defective wear of these shoes , Has any other house ever made such an offer * You will find our prices from 25 to 50 percent lower than those of any regular shoe house. Our $1.25 , $1.05 and SI.85 shoes are honest and trusty shoes for workingmen. They are sold in every shoe store for considerable more money. Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha. 3G * ifctcrri.t.eel A.uRYa.n-t 3. CRIST' roved 351o'tox M.imry 1 , 'GO EN'S Krectro- Galvanic Helt nnd Suspensory will Cure the follow- i and all others of n nervous diameter : Klicumn- llsm of any lilnd , aralysls , Eiil- lepsy , Spinal Diseases , St. Vitus' Dance , llrlght's OB , Heart DIs- cases , Lumbago , Gcncial and Ncrv- ous iobllity , Idnoy Diseases crvousness $ , ill. iuijJiiiK . Wnetlnf ? uactt > low. of the llody , M.I usoilfiom In- . discretion in Youllt or Married Life , Nervous Prostration , Personal Weakness or , , Female Com- , ' plaints , in fact all nervous diseases pertaining to Male or Female.Vo challenge tlio reduce a belt that M HI compare w 1th it. U ho current is under tlio perfect control of the w carer and ndo mild or Ktronfr to Btiit any complaint j this cannot bo douo with any other belt. Uho for weakness of monlsconncctcddlrcctlytolheBattory , the disks are so adjusted thatbymcans of our appliances arioity can be earned to any part of the llody er i\licmcr the diccaEo Is located.'Is is the Iiatoit nld linpiovcment ever made in appl > ing Electricity to the Body fprtlio curoof illscacoor nsarpmcdlnlagont. lilts : s uorn only from elx to ten hours day or night you will huy no other , as His light and easily worn nnd puncrlor to all otheia infidenco wo hao In our KIcctro-Gah ante licit and Appliance , w o ill sen d our Full Power No. 4 licit complclo to roeponBililo parlies on thirty ; . , . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . i U IlitfQ Iflll4ltu uUllBUIlilllUll Hi\llllB * * * * MI * n > 1 w * * o fk. ( * o unit tilt itiiL * ui * " i t HW * n * .w > > - > * > j i / will ho so advised. Open at all tlinns. Consultation nt ofllco , or hy mail free. For information how to obtain trial belt sco 128-pago pamphlet. 2GTBZG BELT & APPLIANCE CO. . 306 Horth Broadway , St. Louis , Mo. NATIONAL NEUVOUS. CIIllONIC nnd ntlVATK DISHA8K3 of MEN ana WOMEN aucccssfullr treatoa. YOUNG MEN Buffering from the effects of youthful follies or InilU cretlous , or are troublotl witli Wcnlincst , Norrous DL'lilIlty , lx)3S of Memory , Uosponrtcncy , Aversion to Kxlety , Klilnoy Troubl.'uor nny illscn'o of the ( lisul- to-Urlnnry Or.-uns , cnn lioro tliul u auto mill speedy euro , Clmri'i'j rciisonubln , opoclnlly to the poor. MIDDLE-AGED MEN Thuro are ninny troublort with too frequent evaciia tlont of tlio b'udilur , often uccumpiuileii by a nllRlit gmnrtlnk' or burning BCIIS ttloti , and wonkanlnR of tlio > atom m n milliner tlio imlli'iit riuuiot nccountlor. On cxiimlnlwj the urlimry deposits u ropy sedlmont will elton tie fount ) , anil Bomeilmcs imrtlclcs f nllii ; . men will nppear or thu color bo oi > t tliln , mlllilnli hue. itEuIn clianglni ; to u ilnrK or torpid Hptnurniifo. Tljoru nro manr mim who din of this dinicimy. Iciior- ant o ! the cnuio. which is tlioxocond ntimu uf Houil- nul wouknc'31. The doctor will K'inrnntouu perfect euro In nil Btich ctxes , and a healthy rcaturntlou of the ni'nlto urinary orimis. ConsulIiUlon frco. bend ; -cont itnnipliir "Vouni : Jlan'n friend , or uuldo to Woillock , " free to all. A litrem . SPINKTEY & CO. Main and 12th St. , Kausas City , Mo. nllon thlppnpor. | TheiLion"Hih ( Pressure Hose The Blest IH tliu Cheapest ! FOR SALE I1Y TUB [ Following Pliimte & Day Co. , H. A. 1'rcc , Urnlinm 1'ark , J. J. Ilnnl linu , J. L. Wclslmiis , J. K. Uimmclo , S. I. Morrison , Kobe & Halfe , Anil nil lo.iuinK plumber * throughout the v , cst. ' . ( ; Imprinted In the body of the cover in u protection to the consumer against common hoje. , Wyoming Oil Lands LOCATED , And all ncccKsury papers tillo.l. W , E , HAWLEY , Civil Enginear , CASI'UH , WYO. , or OMAHA , NKIJKASKA OMAHA MEDICAL a * " SURGICAL INSTITUTE N. W. Cor. 13th Si Dodnro Sts. ron TUB TltE.iTMENT Or AU. Appll&neei for DoforralUoj find Dust facllltlos. nppnratus nd reuicdloi for sucoosi ful treatment of nrurr form of dlsuasti regulrlnt Medical or Hitrglcal Treatment. FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS. Honrd and attendances best bonpltal uccommotla- tlnns In the trast. WIUTa ron CntciTl.Ans on O.formltles and Drncos , Trusses , Club Font , Curraturo of the flrlne , riles , Tumors. Cancir. C larrli. Dronchltls , Inh-ilillao , Uleotrlcltr. I'araljils , Kplleptr , Kldnor. IlladJor , Ere. Kar , H ln and IJIood.aniJ all Surgical opemtlons. Dlsoasea of Women a Qpoclalty. DOOK ON DI8EABI3 Of WOMEN VnXK. ONLY BBLIABLB HBDIOAL INSTITUTE A BrrciAi.TV or PRIVATE DISEASES. All Illood Dlioaiossuooosifullr treated. Brphllltlo Poison nniored from the r toru without roorcurr , Nuw restorative treatm.nt for loss of Vital I'owor. Parson , unable to T'.nlt u mar b treated at home br rorresDOndence. All communication ! toundoiitlnl. Ucdlclnes or Instrument ! cent br mall orezpresi , ei-.uralr racked , no marks to Indicate contunti or coder. Oltu purionnl Interview preferred. Call nnd consult us or send hlitorr of jrour case , and vro will Bend In plain wrapper , our BOOK TO MEN , FREEI Upon Private , Hpcclal or Nervous Diseases , Imno- tcncr.Brpbllla , Olaet nd Varlcoiale , with question list. Addrusi OmaJia Medical and Surgical Institute , or Kit. fllcMUNAJHY , Oor. 13th ftnd Io Jgo aw. , OMAHA.-NKD. * M K * Rl lira 1C. W [ l ill < rrrllii . n ' ? 5 ' " . K UllUAMM I. OUItBI-J IbliN.wlMI-KOVKO iucimcBtLTi-JusptNtonr r ItKHSIiBOStr. u.d.for Hill iccia | J.ui | . . CUIIK Of _ _ _ NKKiTHK V'K.4KhESSllilDl rOlltfc , HooTHlHO.'vBllavoai torrroUof liy < llreiljti < ioufiialltattli i ru micr * _ , loll..llli it > lme Kliri.lb. i'l.ctrlo Current r % T fll.vuiTiiiTlTorwerorf ltt&liuOlQCMh. BSI.TttdAaipti.4rj t * Ul ( C. aa4 Ui W crit < ! < Jer 3. I'M UK * iiA'i HiaAooaft With nuccMsfdl r.si rleDffor UEW PICTOHIAL BA.LAULK BOOK. ( M B fi ( fBlf AdJibM . AT ONCK , atntlnf JxHH RP&CW "I1"8'01 ' kiUntofnir'tlrure , wnuirSllll U iuoc Mi > tc , JD.THOMfSOH' ( ; . " . .m61'in.St.1T.lOlllSMB. _ DlVOHCm-A. UUOUUIUU , ATTOIIMBV.AT-I.AW IS * Uunruoru St. , Cuicsj-J ! ttilfjea frttot 21 rear ! zp ineuc i buMiou ( julour " "d I LADIES' DAY. Wednesday , April 3. We extend to Iholailloa n special Invitation to visit our sloru on tha ultcrnouii nnd uvi'iiluxot the iluto above inunllonud , und ntrord 119 the nlensuruof nhiiwlnu thum tlirouuli unr I'hIUlrHii'a IliMiiirliuunv. U rurry the llnoil llnu ol tur- nlsliliiua for Iho lltllu people to bu finiiid In the city , und nio ronlldont ciich Jndr will feel her time noli spent In looking them oviir. A shopping tublot will bu presented to each ylbltor. TIMKEN SPRING VEHICLES I WunJreJ o/M UM i/i < n > i . fclT'y On < Greatly Improved with wln inK shackle * on on * en tnil shorten according to thu woliut put on them. Adapted eqaallr well to rouilli country or fine Ofty drives "illglfarim beat Hutlefaotlon. _ _ .BOSTON- EKDVbRILLVJTRATED ( ATALOGVE FREE f v.r t. VBBIBBBJV BftBBlTTfeKMfilirkniai.lMCllJ. KuforuUi . .STubTrt u K.O.X. u . ii ir . ' .t * ? * * f' < :