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8. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : -FRIDAY JUNE 7. 1889.
THE CITY. A telephone has boon put into the ticket olllco nt the Webster street depot. The number IB 1458. Dr. Swotnnm , olHco removed to N. W , cor. Hurnoy nnd 16th , ground floor. Specialty heart nnd lungs. The cnso against M. Hcllmnn. charged with keeping nn unsafe building , has boon contlnuod In Judge IJorUa's court untilJuno II. Joseph Kent has boon appointed as deputy sheriff by Mr. Coburn to see that no fishing by seines is carried on nt Cut-OfT lake. Sam Kline , of 017 South Twelfth street , m not the Sam Kline who was married In Council Bluffs to a colored woman Wednesday. nTho Omahn Turners' Quartette club have arranged to give a picnic at user's park on Sunday , Juno 9 , whore a good tlmo Is anticipated. The case against Attorney William Soars , charged with having assaulted S. Livingston injustice Kroegor's court , will bo heard In police court on Juno 12. If you want a good buggy , carriage , express wagon or vehicle of tiny kind , you cannot do bolter tlinn to go to Lin- ingor A : Molcnlt Co. , cornoc of Sixth nnd Puciflo streets. T. Rubonstoln , n Tenth street mer chant , complains at police headquarters that he has boon swindled out of 985 by Borne shrewd rascals. IIo refused to Btnlo moro definitely the modus operandi - andi of the fellows. Personal Pnracrnnlis. J. M. Sowoll. of Hastings , la nt the Mil- Inril. Inril.G. G. S. Woodman , ot Beatrice , Is nt the Murray. F. M. Hennery , of West Point , Is n guest Jt the Murray. Jnmos J. Condon , ot Lincoln , Is registered nt the Pnxton. George Texall and Alfred Hazlott , of Bo.v trice , nro guests at the Pnxton. O. P. Mason and W. S. HcITcrman , of Lin coln , are registered at the Millard. J. L. Seaman nnd wife , of Springfield , Hob. , are stopping at the Pnxton. S. F. Ashton nnd Florence E. Fletcher , of Nebraska City , are at the Pnxton. Mr. F. E. Mundy , superintendent of the money order department of the Union Pacific express company , left last evening for New York , to attend the Junt races nt Shceps- head Bay. Mr. Mundy is accrotnry of the Shccpshead association. Hon. John Fitzgerald , president of the Irish National league of America , is nt the Pnxlon. John M. Dyer , editor of the North Platte Tolccraph , Is in the city on business. A Burning Chimney. The flro department was called out nt1:30 : o'clock yesterday afternoon by n burning chimney in n baltcry run by John Cody , nt 1812 South Thirteenth street. No damage. A Mttlo Flood. Ono of the small water pipes above the register of deeds' ofllce , burst nbout noon nnd for n time , threatened to flood every thing on the second Iloor. Janitor Lahoy came to the loscuo , however , and shut the water off before much dumago had been dono. XKo Cnsc. The case of Frnnlc J. Hnrtmnn against the B. & M. road for dnmages to his property near the Eleventh street viaduct , was called , but on a statement from plaintiff's attorney thnt a settlement is being made , the court passed it by. CnDlo Car Accident , A Dodge street cable car ran into nn ex press wagon on South Tenth street , near the Union Pacific tracks. The rnilinpr of the grip was badly damaged , and the wagon was upoot. A New CofToo Mill. The Clark Consolidated Coffee company has purchased a half block in tlio Boyd au dition , nt the foot of Twenty-eighth street , on the Bolt line , nnd will begin immediately tlio erection of n mumtnoth brick factory , which Is to bo operated in addition to their present works. _ Other Interested Parties. The case of Matilda C. Bochmo against J. \V. Squire for $178 , on n loan , comes up in Justice Krocpcr's court Fridny. The defend ant has deposited the amount with the court , but alleges thnt Morris Morrison nnd Isaac Hascall have nn interest lu it. On tlio Trail of Counterfeiters. Deputy United Stales Mnrshnl Ed AllorMs on tlio track of a gang of counterfeiters , who have been flooding South Omnlin with very bad bogus silver dollars. The work has been going on for some time. Two boys wore nrrcstod yesterday afternoon with sev eral of the bogus dollars in their possession. The boys clului that the money was given to them. _ ninrrineo Licenses. The following marriage licenses were Issued by County Judge Shields yesterday : Nmno and licsldonco. Ago. I John Mlchnlowskl , Omal < a . ! > \ Frnnoisca Wolniowloz. Omaha . U5 I William Frohm , Omaha . 'JO I Etta Townsend , Omnhn . 21 Advice to Mothers. Mr § . Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always bo used for children teeth ing. Itsoothos the child , softens the gums , allays all pains , cures wind colic , nnd is the best remedy lor diarrhoea. 23c a bottlo. A Nose Split Open. Shortly uoforo 10 a. in. the horses on a Thirteenth street car took fright at the pile of paving Rtono in front of the Webstar street depot und dragged the car off the track into an excavation. A number of pas- Bcngers were on the vehicle nt the time but only 0110 of thorn , a gentleman whoso iiamo could not bo learned , was hurt. His fncc struck the faro box und his forehead und were split open. Why Did Pundt Come ? G. W Pundt , ngont of the St. Louis Bridge nnd Jull Building company , who manipulated the vault balcony deal with the county commissioners , nbout which so much has bcon said , was at the court liouso yester day looking for sonio of tlio members of the county board. But ho failed to lliul them , though ho loft word that they could BOO him in Council Bluffs during tlio next tnrco or four days. The object of Mr. Pumlt's unex pected visit could not bo ascertained. Ho was particularly anxious to see O'ICeoffo. That hacking coug bean bo so quickly cured by Shiloh'ri Cure. Wo guarantee it. For sale by Goodman Drug Co. Notes of Tent and Captain Egbert who has been roglmontn ! qunrlonnnstor for the Second Infantry for the past two years has been by Lioutcnanl Sarson. Captain McICcovor of the Second Infantry now stationed nt Fort Omulin , who was placed on the rot I rod list on Juno 1 , expects V > mulio lilt homo la one of tlio small villages la Now Jersey in close proximity to Now York City. Major Butler , commanding nt Hollevue , telegraphed Fort Oumtm tnut the IJvo com panies now at the range luivo completed Iboir Benson's target prncticu and will report on Friday to Lieutenant-Colonel Fletcher commanding at Fort Omaha. for duty. The loft wing of the live companies now it Fort Omahu will report to Major Butler , at Bcllovuo , for target practice on Saturday. The Omaha Guards iavo U'.it ono drill a wcc k iluri"f Ik's warm t/oal' Ir , The St SDoc'.fio Coffny , Drawer 3 .t'liuta , Ov . offer n rowmJ of ono thousaiu di/Imrs to uny ono who will find by unnljsU a particle of mercury , iouldo of potash , or Other poisonous substance iu S. S. S. JlYDKOPHOniA. Another Cnso Hcpnrteti From tlio North Sirtn. Another case of hydrophobia cornea to llRht from the homo of Mr. J. W. Moore , a pnintor who lives at 2310 Ohio street , only a ( tone's throw from the residence of Mr. William Potty , where John Schubert died n lorrlblo death from tbo same fatal malady on the 10th of Inst month. The cnso nt Mr. Mooro's wns not so harrowing In Its details as thnt at the Petty house , as the maddened dog. a small black and tnn , had not suc ceeded In biting any of the members of the 'amlly , though ho made several attempts to lo so. The dog had been noting very strange for several days , when , on Monday , ho became - came extremely savage. During the course of the morning the cur had bitten two of the neighbors' ' dogs , one belonging to Mrs. MndUon , a resident of the same street , nnd another the property of Mrs. Boots , a resident of Corby street. At nooa the animal was moro violent nnd Mr. Moore decided to chain him up In the backyard , supposing him to bo poisoned. While trying to capture the dog Mr. Moore had n struggle to keep thonnlmnl from biting him nnd scratching him with its claws. After the dog had boon secured to n post , its noon day meal nnd some water were sot out IM usual , but It seemed imposslblo for the brute to cat anything. IIo also kept the water nt snfo distance. At 0 o'clock In tlio evening the family Jicnrd n scream from the yard , and on Investigation saw the dog foaming nt the mouth nnd making snvngo efforts to bite n young mnn'named John Price , who , luckily , -ot out ot reach of the nnlinnl before it could ? rab him. Mr. Moore did not stop to con- aider the cause of the dog's actions longer , but Immediately tried to put nn end to his lifo with a revolver. The dog's tongue , swollen to twice its normal size , lolled nt ono side of Its mouth , foam spluttered forth from between the teeth , nnd the dog mndo desperate efforts to bite Itself on the legs and claw its own neck. After three bul lets from a 32-cnllbro revolver had been dis charged into the dog's body , several heavy blows from n club wore required to finish him. Shortly after the killing , a pet belong ing to Mr. Fred .Inrgason , a neighbor , cnmo into the yard nnd licked up some of the blood nnd froth which had fallen from the dead dog's body. Nothing was thought of the matter nt that time , but on Tuesday morning it began to net strangely , and was hurriedly despatched with a club. The dog at Mrs. Madison's was killed by nn ofllcor on Friday also , but the cur belonging to Mrs , Boots is yet alive , nnd the neighbors feel very much worried for fcnr the animal may be seized with the same strange malady. A Mail Doc Killed. A dog afflicted with the rabies created con sternation at the Seventeenth street crossing of the Union Pacific yesterday morning. The brute was running nbout with large balls of froth hanging to his mouth nnd snapping at everybody ho passed , At the place men tioned there were several people awaiting the dummy , who scattered when the dog ap peared. Finally Harry Oatrom , the flagman , killed the animal with nn iron bar. An Imperative Necessity. What pure air is to an unhealthy lo cality , what spring cleaning is to the neat housekeeper , so is Hood's Sarsaparilla - rilla to everybody , at tnis season. The body needs to bo thoroughly renovated , the blood purified and vitalized , the germs of disease destroyed. Scrofula , salt rheumand nil other blood disorders are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla , tbo most popular mid successful spring medicine. _ Derelict Election Officers. Eight residents of Omaha , charged with dereliction of duty as Judges and clerks of election in the general election of last No vember , ndmitted their guilt to juries in the United States district court yestordny and were lined f 1 and costs of prosecution by Judge Dundy. Their names are : Daniel Cleare , Fred Hcrco , Frank Solon , Charles E. nedflcld , Theo. F. Houton , William Flood , Edward Goodman and Albert Kosd. The case ngnldst John H. Gatowood will bo heard in tno United States court , to-day. Gatowood was an employe of the nostofllco at Eustis , and is charged with having opened letters and appropriated their contents. Ho has been out ou ball since October last. District Court. Walton E. Burlingin began a suit against IT. H. IJrown , the Cavalry Baptist church , ct nl , to recover ST04 ( i'J , n balance claimed to bo duo on the lumber supplied for a now church. Hess & Flynn vs the Omaha Gas Manu facturing company is the title of a case filed in the district court yesterday. The peti tioners ask for judgment for $1'J77.SO , a bal- nnco claimed to be aua for the excavating of earth for a gas holder. County Court. Frank B. Johnson filed an answer in the county court yesterday , denying the allega tions In the original petition Jllcd by Frank Colter against Johnson , and nsklng for a dis missal of the suits. An Indolent Organ. When the liver is Indolent , as it must nec essarily be when it falls to secrete the bile in sufficient quantities to nice' , the require ments of digestion and evacuation , it should bo set nt work with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. The healthful stimulus to activity imparted by this incomparable alternative , speedily evinces itself in a departure of the uncomfortable sensations in the right side ; the nausea ; fur upon the tongue ; indigestion , and sick hcadacho consequent upon inactivity of the liver and the diversion of the bllo from its proper channel. Irregularity of the bow els is always nnd painlessly reformed by the corrective indicated , which Is Infinitely to bo preferred , both because it is safe and moro clllcaelous , to blue pill , calomel , and drench ing purgatives of every class. It cures und prevents fever and ague , and rjicumatl&m. Wnrrlnt : I'lmnliors. Pat Gorman , John Mahan , Joseph Buggy , Clarence Clancoy nnd George McDonald , the striking plumbers who made nn assault on Alfred Martin , a brother plumber , while ho was engaged nt work on the roof of Mr , Gary's house , on Thirteenth nnd Williams , were arraigned In the po lice court yesterday morning. Martin testified to having been beaten ever the back nnu shoulders with u piece of lead pipe nbout 4two feet long. In whoso lianas this was ho could not wiy as ho was llrst knocked over on his face and was beaten while lying piostrato. Ho saw John Mahan beating him with n club while ho was trying to got up. Martin's testimony was corroborated by that of n helper named Miller , who was piescnt when the asbuult was mtulo. Two ladles who lived near Mr. Carey's house , and were witnesses of the trouble , gave evidence for the prosecution. Both testified that the plumbers left the house when told to do o by Martin. The Jury was out but ton minutes and re- turncu n verdict of not guilt > G. J. Zolglor , the foreman of the Jury , stated thnt the verdict had been reached on the ground that organized labor has n right to direct the action of laborers. ' 'If I wns working on a building , " said Mr. Zolglor , nnd some union men came along nnd ordered me off I would go. If I didn't co , nnd they threw mo off the roof , It would bo my own lookout. " Catarrh cured , health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Goodman Drug Co . A 1'IIjK OV GRANITE. Another Palatial Business Structure to lie Hullt. by i < roil Ames. Frederick L. Ames , of Boston , will spend half a million dollars In Omnhn this year. IIo linn purchased tvo lots of ground , ono north , the other west of the now Commer cial National bank , now In course of erec tion , nt Fnrnam and Sixteenth streets. Ho will crrct thereon nn eight-story grnnllo structure , the count iu modern beauty , style and finish of any olhcr odlllce lu Hint vicinity. The deal wns closed Wednesday nnd trans fer papers nro now being mndo out. Mr. Ames made this purchase from W. J. Morse- man and John F. Coiul. Of the latter ho gets a lot fronting on Far- iinin street forty-four feet and run ning back entirely to the alloy 133 feet from Mr. Morscman. president of the Pacific express company , ho purchased a par cel fronting Sixteenth street , 53 feet wldo nnd extending back GO feet nnd abutting with the rear half of the Coad lot. Ho Intends to cover these pieces with his building. The latter will , therefore , bo an L shaped struc- luro. luro.About About six weeks ago Mr. Morsemnn be came the owner of the Sixteenth street lot. on which ho had expected nnd hud arranged to erect n line building for the general ofllccs of the Pacific express company. He paid for it $ J4r.UO. To S. P. Morse nnd W. V. Morse belong the credit for bringing nbout nnd conducting to successful consummation Mr. Ames' im portant transaction nt this time. Their dry goods business has bccomo so ( treat thnt In order to secure the room necessary for their convenience nnd accommodation , It wns de cided upon in vacate the quarters now occu pied. After carefully examining several available sites , the ono In question presented so many advantages , fronting , as it does , on the two principal thoroughfares , that it wns nt once selected , und Mr. S. P. Morse started immediately for Boston , bent on inducing Mr. Ames to invest , some moro oJT his wealth in Omaha real estate. Ho found that gentleman preparing to leave in n few days for Europe , but upon being informed that his prusonco wns re quired In Omaha , ho quickly changed Ins plans and came here. Messrs. Morsoman and Coad were seen and nskcd to fix u price ou the desired lots , which they did and with out further controversy Mr. Ames replied : "All right , I will give it. " IIo told them to make the transfers and leave abstracts and deeds with an additional assurance that when this had been finished their money , the cold hard cnsh , would bo ready for them. It is understood that the price agreed on in round numbers was $110,000. Of this Coad gets ? C.O,000 and Morseman 50,000. The Patterson lot , ad joining Coad's ' on the west , is not included in the deal. Work will bo commenced without unnec essary delay on a building tocost nbout Si.W.000. Its height , whether six or eight stones , will depend on the wishes of S. P. Morse ft Co. This firm is to occupy it , from basement to roof. Mr. Morseman says the deal will not af fect his purpose of erecting n ofllce for the express company. " 1 regret very much , " he continued , "to let the Sixteenth street property go , because it was an admirable location for our P'isincss ' , but the opportunity for securing to Ouiulm Bueh , a splendid improvement as" Mr. Ames will make , over-bnlnnced iny personal feelings , and when they asked me to put a price on the ground I could not refuse. Wo will proba bly purchase another site for our building within a week , and get to work on it as soon us possible. 1 have been looking nt u number of well located lots. " All business men agree thnt the benefit Omaha is sure to derive through Mr. Ames' laith in her future cannot bo easily esti mated. _ Ueccham's Pills act like magic on a weak stomach. CAPTURED TUB SCABS. The Striking Plumb ors hcore Anotlipr Point. Ten journeymen plumbers nrrivcil in the city , yesterday morning , direct from New York. They were brought- here by the Mas ter's association , to take ttic places of the men who nro now on a strike , but they haven't soldered n joint here , nnd will not. A committee from the journeymen's union met the men nt the depot nnd soon had them in their nii'cting hall , on Douglas street , nnd there they have been all day. They came hero non-union men , but now decline their intention of joining the organization upon their return to the cast. They will co buck , to-day , if possible. The master plumbers hold their bacrgnfc , und to regain it the men found it necessary to sue out a writ of re plevin. This they did before Juiltw Uorka. yesterday afternoon , addressing it to N. 13. Hussey , president of the Masters' ussocia- tion. tion."They can bring all the mon hero they want to , " said a Journeyman , "and it will bo no different. No men , union or non-union , will go to work in Omaha until the strike Is ended. There is but little work on bund , but wait till Iho work really comes in , wl.cn they will need other men tnan 'helpers , ' and then wo will bo called In. Wo are not worried n bit. " _ If you feel "out of sorts , ' ' cross and peevish , take Dr. J. McLean's sarsaparilla - illa ; cheerfulness will return and life- will acquire now /.ofat. AVIII Kill on Wednesday. Up to noon , IMS persons had paid their dog tax. Chief Seavey says that the tem porary cessation of dog killing is nut due to the resolution passed oy the council Tuesday evening , as an ordinance can never bo repealed by thu passage of n resolution. lie says ho will wait until the next meeting of the council nn Tucsd ly evening , nnd if the orilinuncu is passed providing lor u dog pound , ho will see that no more dogb are shot. It not , on next Wednesday morning tlio present method of killing dogs will bo resumed. Ofed ny the United Rtate $ Ciovernwent. Tmlorserl by ( lie hradi of the Orent Unlvcr ltln mid 1'iiblic I'ooU AnalvbU , n the Strongest. l'iuct and mott Healthful. Ir , Trice's Cream Hating 1'owdcr does not contain Ammonia , I.ltne or Alum , lr 1'rlcc'i Drllciouj 1'lavorinp E - tincts , Vanilla , Icmon , Oraugc , Almond , Uosc , etc. , do not coutatu 1'olsouous Oils or Chemicals PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. , Nuw York. Chlcoao. et. Louie. Thlspowdornovor varies. Amnrvolof purity strength ami wholosomenoss. Moro economical than the ordinary Kinds , and cannot bo sold In competition with the multitudes of low cot. ahortwelghtalumor.phospnato powders. Sold only in CSHM. Itov.il iiuklns I'owder Co. . 12U Wallstroot Now * " + ESTHSLSSHCO 1351 ( I8S So. ChCEg0 | ( ma. j ciarkGt. llie Regular Old-Established PHY8ICIAH AND 8URQE011 h still Trcctlng ullh tlio Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS Clironic , Nervous anil Private Diseases , jp - NERVOUS DEBILITY , Lott Manhood , PatMne Memory , Exhoustlni ; Drains , Terrible Dreams , Hend end Bad : Ache nnd nil the effects leading to cnrly ducuy andpttlnpi Consumption or Iniar.lty , treated scicntllioally by new rcUiiods with ncver.faMm XUCCCES. 45SYl > HIL13ancl rllbad Blood and SklnDis. casrs permanently cured. w-KJDNEYand URINARY camplslnts , Gleet , Gonorrhoea , JUrictu re , Vnricocele snd all disease ] of the Ocnito-Urinaiy Organs cured promptly without injury to Stomach , KidncyE or oOicr OtK ns. ffilyNo experimcnta. ARC and experience Im portant. CcnBuUMion frus end sacred. JJ-Send 4 cenU pcs'afe for Celebrated Works on Chronic , Nervouc end Delicate Diseases. UJfThosc co ilcmpbting Malliat ; ; crd for Dr. Clarkc'c celebrated tiuMe 5alc and Female , each 15 cents , both 55 cents ( stamps ) Consult Ihc old and writiups scrt evrer > 'wlicre , secure from exposure. Hours , 8 to 8. Sundays 9 tn 12 Address F. D. CLARKE. M. D. , IG8 So. Clas-k 3U CHJCAOO. wo jcars I 1ml rhtcniatkniFO bid thui. 11 OI abTc J mo for \ \ orlc uiul cnr.flmd mo to my bed for n wl.cic jcar. tlurh'Khlch tlrao I could not cM.n r.-Iso my hands to my head , and for 3 monlln could not move mypcl fin bed.uua ruluccd In flc li from icatofciilb" . Wostront- 'iilby hc t phjsli.lanp , only to grow \\orse. 1'lnally I took tJMirt's Specific , r.tul foon began to Improve. After av.hllo wn nt my orlc , nnd for the pi t fi\o months lii\ubcci ns\Tpllns I c\iruas all from the cUccts of ! J\\iffa Specific. Jonv RAT , 3nu. 8,1SS9. Ft.Vuj no , lud. Books on Blood anil Skin Diseases mailed fice. , Swirr SPEcino Co. . Atlanta , : BEITS S BETTS 1403 JTAUNAM STIIEKT , OMAHA. NED , ( Opposite Faxton HoteU m & & & & $ & fM&B m ! * < tvj H ? L M P Office hours , 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Danaaye , 10 & m. to 1 p. in. Specialists In Chronic , Nervous , Skin and Dlood Diseases. r.vr-Consultatlon at olllco or by mall freo. Medicines sent by mall or express , securely packed trco from observation , Guarantees to cure quickly , bafely ami permanently. NERVOUS DEBIL11Y SffESSfiS SSiBSfi : lions , I'hysical Decay , aribiug from Indiscre tion , Kxiesj or Indulgence , producing Sloop- lessncss. Despondency , I'lmples on the facu. aversion to society , easily dcotir ! sed , lack ot conlldcnce. dull , until for HtU'ly or buslnoas.and finds life n burden , safely , permanently and privately curnd. Consult lrs. lletts ii Uettn , iUl 1'arnam t-'t. , Omaha , Neb. Blood aM Skin Disease ! Vn'o ' ffl ? ; results , complotelv eradicated without the Rid of Mercurv. Scrofula. Erysipelas , Fever Sores , Illotchet , Olcoro , I'nins in the Head and liones , Byphllltlc SoraThroat. Mouth and Tongue , Ca- birili. i-e. . permanently cured where others have failed. . . . . , , , , Pirliinn TTninoiw a"1 ' Hlndder Complaints , KKlllGV , Urinary i-aimm. uuauit .too n-o- ( ittent llurnln'-t or nloody Urine. Urine hign col oreil or with mlllcy Bodlmont on ttandlng , \Vcak Hack , Oonnorrhrea , Gleet , Cystitis. &o. . Promptly nndSafoly Cured , Charges Ueasona- innval complete , without cutting , cauetto or dilatation. Cures directed nt homo bv patient without a moments ualn or nnnoviinco. To Young Men and Middle-Aged Men , A QIIDD 7I1IDD Tlio awful etlocts of early n uUUti uUllD Vice , which urlnps organic rrfnkness , rteMrnrlnabotli itilnd and bodv , with all Us flreadcd llli > . prrmiindntly cured. FIDO BDT'f1 ? Adi-esatnouow no naye Impaired UIlO , UDllO themselves by Improper imlul. iences nnd sollttiry hibll.'l , whlrh ruin both boilv and mind , unOttlng them for business , study or marrlace. MAIIHIRD Mc.s. or these entortuRon that hap py life , aware of physical debility , quickly us OUil SUCCESS Is based upon facts. First Practical Expu- rlcnce. Second I'.veiy case Is especially attulled , thus darting arlelit. Third iteillclnoi are pre- paiud In our iaiioratovy oxuctly to Milt each case , thus airectlii'.foiii'ds without Injury. t"bond U cents postage for celebrated works on Chronic , Nervom and Dcl'onto ' Diseases. Thousands cured , tjO A friendly letter or cull may save you futuie biilfciiuir and uhame , and add folden years to life. fV : io letters an swered unles" accoiupanioil by 4 cants In stamps. . . . 1108 rarnaw firt t. ( JmaUo. N b. Roumrlciiblo fur pa .virftil bynipnthotic tone , pliublu iietioii und absolute dura * billty ; JJO .years' record tlio best guarari- too of the' excellence of these iuslru mo nts. THE MAGNITUDE Of our late purchases has somewhat startled our competitors andthoy are won dering what wo are going to do with the goods. The fact is , this backward season - son is having a depressing ofToot on the woolen and clothing market. Manufactu rers find themselves overstocked and demoralized , and accept almost any offers that are made to clear out their seasonable stocks. "VVo can NOW buy goods from the best houses in the country AT PRICES MUCH LOWER THAN WE COULD MANUFACTURE THEM OURSELVES. Our buyer is always on hand. When a manufacturer or wholesaler needs money , ho comes to us. We sot the price on his goods , and the manufacturer's losa is our customers' gain. Hence it is that we can sell Suits now for $15.00 for which other houses charge $25.00. The goods we received last week have compelled us to make a big cut on the prices of suits loft from the early purchase , so as to bo uniform with the low 1 prices of the now goods. Our slock of Men's and JLtoy's Clothing is now much larger than at tlio begin ning of the season. Como and see and judge. Suits are things you must look at to judge of their value. It is easy enough to describe thorn , but description doesn't show them. Our new suits are a sight to see , and a few minutes inspec tion will show you THE GREAT ADVANTAGE OF BUYING NOW. Ttis not a saving of one or two dollar * ? that we are speaking about this timo. IT IS A SAVING OF TEN DOLLARS OR MORE ON A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS SUIT , and if this saving is any object to you , you will buy NOWWe are showing this week a line of sack suits in Worsteds , Corkscrews and Cheviots marked $14 75 , and Cutaway suits marked $15.00. These suits are positively as good as you can got in any sbora in Omaha for $25.00. In the furnishing Dapartmetit wa have opened today several new cases of Under wear at prices about 25 per cent less than the same goods couldJbo bought for a few weeks ago. Lisle Kibbod Shirts and Drawers at 45c , worth 75c. Fancy Hal briggan Shirts and Drawers at 55o ; these are indeed surprising value. * Nothing less than $2.00 per suit would buy such goods at any other place. We have just closed a deal on a manufacturer's entire stock of Summer Clothing1. The price at which we bought these goods will enable us to offer thin Coats and Vests at about 5Oc on the dollar. We expect to paralyze the clothing trade. The goods will be open Monday or Tuesday. Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha. TROUSERS At this remarkably low prlcavo plnco on sale nloTKo ns-oi'tmentof iloblrablopat- term Men'HTioiHers. 'Iliu lit nnd work manship of tlie > se gannunts a can guar antee. MAX MEVF.lt. ADUI.PII JII5YKII. MaiMeyer&Bro , ( HtnlIKhr l 18(10. GREAT BARGAIN SALE IN Price. Cash. Monthly , 1 t'telnway Squnre . ? 1V.OJ ) jn.uo jio.ro KnabuSiunru . 17/i.iKI / 15.0.1 10.00 Matties liroj , Square , IT/i.Ofl / IU'0 10.110 Hullet , lavn | ite Co. sq. HlViiO 1D.OJ 10.03 Kmerjou yimard . . . . iou.dU 10.011 7.00 Marshal A\Vundellfiq. li'i.OO 10.00 K.OO 1 W. W , Klmball Snuaio 100.00 10.00 7.00 1 ChlckerlnB Uprlb'lit , used 2 yours . : ! 35.0U 25.0U lfi.03 Price. Cusli. Slonthly. 1 Mason Ifnnilln , iisud 1 year . J76.00 J10.00 3.00 1 Inylor It Parley , uted 1 vwir . 70.00 10.00 8.00 1 IMey , used 8 mos. , cost now : H.OU . oo.oo 10.00 B.OO 1 Hurilutte . : ) > .00 70J r.in 1 Taylor J te K.n ley . Him H.I HI fi.UO I .Mas on Humlln . " 'iOI r.oo n.oo 1 Jcatly.T6toiu ! ( ) . W.tX ) .OJ 7.HO Uvcry instrument Bu.imnttfcd to be In peed order , lirliic this ad , with you , nnd avoid mis- takcH. Any of these Instruments taken in ex change for now at Mime price any tlmo in one year. Call cnrly anil net a barualn. MAX MEYER , < Si ERO. TP-v rjisty * - fv - . Tliabe > ti < iuliol | pleuwre roiort In tbovcit. Tlio attention of tlio | n'oi > ta of Nobniika In called to tillnear Jimmim rnorl fur eiiur luul t . picnic partlotetv , 'Die t > e tul mtosKlvcn on ull rnllroirlf. Tlio park U itimtu < l 3 mllei > Irom l.lucoln , mni contains : u ocret of timber ; the iHr ctt unu veit niun iKuil tiifu , under the control of II rent n tuo fu- liioiin l.lliviihi inleriT 1 nillua uf Lontjiui 20 I'lfii- ' tno lonti ; 'i inui-lc niul duniluu Imllii uuro Imll urou w. most cuiaptoto In the wenti JO picnic t lilB with nil ! " * ; 8ie'iV-cr | ( tumlt. Thp wuiidcrful ( Ju.lllllllll hprlllil-.IIIIIBlli bllttllnil llOIISt'i , MkWlliilll ! tluht rope.Jiiuet louir. 43 juet abort nater. t. . H. AndruB uu I tion , iluuuyors. l.lnculn , Noti. FOR MEATS , FISH , 60UPS , ORWIEB , &o. Always Drink with Ice Water LEMONADES , SHERBETS and all Cold Drinks. UNGARIAN It IVill Coriect the Damnging Iiilliicnci , of Ice on the Stiimnch. An Efficient llemcily for Dlnrrhinn , Cliolcra Mnr bus , Dysentery , mm all Disorders * uf the JlowtN. KABIIVII.I.I : , Tu.s > . , June Oth , I&i7. irES4US. I.OVI'MHAl , llIUIU. Dcnr .Sirs : I liuvotrloil the Huiign.-li.n . ' .Inclt- berry Juici * yon so Kindly * int me. It Istbciio plus nltru ot Mimincr ilrinks. H is fri'O Ironi alcohol , alln ) s thirst , tones the rtlgcitlvooririiiis. lius n llni' aromatic llavnr. mill Is Jim llui Hilni ; In : itlarrhrvnl tumbles III the hei'oil ti-rni. A TAiii.Kt.rooNrri , IN A tuAk.s OF icu WATr.u OUTNKCTAHH NECTAU. Respectfully , T. A. ATCHISON , 3t. D. ImnortPrt antl bottleil by M11IAI.OV1TCII , FI.UTUIIGH cq.fiiicliiiiitl. : ( ) . J'orsnluby BrUKt'lsts , Uuuur Dealers and O.ucc'13. BRINK Tlio Purest nnd Iloat Drink in tlio AVorld. Appotlr.lne , Delicious , Spnrlcllni ; . A I'.ickiiKO ( IlQuld ) Sic. makes live Knllons. EVUUY HOIIMD GUAHANTKBO. > 01ltOL'IILR. KASII.Y MA1)K. No holllni , ' r Hr.ilnln . Directions flmpla , nnd If niiulu ncronllnuly lliero can 1)0 no inistitke. Ask jour DruKuiit ur tJuinT for It. miUtukeno other. hue that ynn ful 111 lies' . Try it and you Will Not bu Without It THE IMJI\K Sold by C. IJ. HIIllJS Ctbo Liquor Hiiblt , I'oHlilvulv Cured l > 7 AdinlniHtorlnir Dr. Kuluca' Ooldeu Spciilflc. It can bo ( 'lvcn In a cup of eoiruo or ten without the knowliMKOuf tlmpersuntlikliu It ; Isnljxohiiclyliurili- lossunit Mill olfrct n Bpuuily nnd purnmnciit cure , whuthiT tliu imtli nt is a moilurulu drinher or nn nlcohollowreik. TiioiiMinils uf ilrnnluinlH hnvu liocn niadu tciupcnitonicn who h.ivo tiiUtMHinliluiiSneilllo III their cullco wltiiont thulr XnowloiU-'oaini to-chiy bn- llurnihcy iiiiltilrlnklniriiii tliulr onn fruo > % lll , IT NKVHU HAILS. Tliu rftiom uiiio ltiiiii | > nnleil wltli the Spccltlc. It becomes tin utter iiiipnHlt > Uity lo the liquor nHH-tllu to iui.il. ] < or falo tiy Kulin X Co. . Diuiultt < , ISIIiunil DoucluH sla.Miid Inth mill C2iif tuliiK ft. Cnl.a. . A. I ) . I iflirA llro. , Cuuncll llluUnlii , To ( Jlusgow , liclfiisl , Diihlln nnd : From New York Every Tuesday , ab n pussi'.go i.l > to tMi , uccordlni ; to location of utiitu loom. ixcuitiiuii ; tn'i to $ ) ) . Htccrntjo to nnd from Ktiropo at I.owuKt llatca. AUbTIN 1IAM\VJN .V CO. . Hun'l AKOiita. fil llioudw.iy. Now I'orK , JOHN DI.EOIIN , Gen'l Weutorn ABunt , IM Itamlolph St. , Chicago. 1IAUIIY H MOOUlId , Afient. Omiiha , Reduced Cnbln Htitcs to Oliibgow Ex- hibltion. J TOTUKE I'osHlvilycurcd InCOdajulijUr. lluriit'iiKlirtru-Muiiiiilla Hi It I'ruM.comlilniil. lliiirnnltiiltlw only 1'iui In Hi" world r"-i"ti"h' rt'untlniioii * KlntrtutVMnu ttlo , . - - . , , , , . . Hclonll.tc.riiwcrfnl.Uur bl , / j-Ciiiiirorlnblo onil Krrtilhf. A ulil fiu J * . y/v r.yroViTiViViVihHlK itlliPiIirXhi.lHi ! . AI.NO . , : ( : OH. HQHilE. lltHovtp TO liiD WAOASH Avt. , UIIICACO. Arrests dlscharECS irom tlio urinary or- i..ms In either sex In 'IS lioiirm. ll Is supertor to copaiba , cubcba , or Injection * , and frco from all bail tincll or other lucomenlcnccs. SANTAL-MIDY .pnuloc.wbich hear llie nauio lackIctterfiVitiu.utwuU.il iioaot.ri A BnCITItrn FcrI.OSTarFAIT.INa MANHOODi A PUSI lIVC a < r. raUnd HERYOUS DEBILITY ! 1 Wetkntit of Bodyini Kindt Etfettl otZirc.-JcrKictJtcinCldcrYourjr. ll. XMr BikllOOUfwIlr Uolnrrd. llmr la EnUr < r > u4 blr.rvlknlTKlk.HDHT.KlklMll.mniiriUTo/oi. Ib.olal.lr BttiMaf HOnU TBIi JIll > f-Hfo.OU la i ilif. H n Hillfri.rj tl bl.lti , TrrrllarlH , 4 l rrlrolou lrioiu Yeacanwrtlf lt u . llook. r&ll irlt < iitltn , 14 itrbtif. MklUA < ? 2l' 't. . IHna [ tlEUlflMl CO , . BUrfAlO , M V , unJ Tumors ( HIJlii > ; 111 kulfo ; txklicc. un. iituiiluiL.n.u. , . , Ciuciuo , lu. N.Y/.COB / , I3TH& DODGE STB. , OMAHA , NEB. FOB TUB TREATMENT OP ALL APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AMD TRUSSES.1 Beet Facilities ApparatuiandHcmtdieiforSuccettful Treatment of every form of DUeaie requiring MEDICAL or SURGICAL TREATMENT. NINETY ROOM FOR PATIENTS. ! Board & Attendance. Bet t Accommodations In Wcit. C3"WKITE FOR CIRCULARS on Dcformltiei and Brecei , Truuei , Club Teet , Curviturti of Spine , Fllei , Tumori. Ouncer , Oitarrh , JJronchitii , Inhalation. Electricity , Paralysis , Epilepsy , Kidney , Bladder , Eye , Lor , Skin and Blood and alf Surgical Operationi. DISEASES OF WOMEN HE HiVK I.ITH.Y illllEl ) 1 Only Reliable Medical'initituta making a Bpeclalty'of PRIVATE DISEASES AM Illood. nliruei iiieeciifulljr treated , BrpMllllo I'olioo runoYta fronillic if Htm trllliout recreurr. N w llrlor > lli * Trc.linfot for Lou at \ ITAL I'Oll I'll. I'.tllci UDiLle 10 tlilt Hi ma ) botrcateaat homobj cnrrcix > Ddciiee * AllcoDimu&left- lionconnJentlal. UoiHeineiorlDilrunieotitenlbyniBflorci- cre aieeurilrpAekeilnoiuarki iolDdlCRtecoutroliorirDdcr. ( luf pcr on3lluttriio p > rcrerrnl. c ll lad consult tit or ire * klitorr of rour cue. and wo will > rnd In lilnln wr n r , cor BOOK TO R1EH NeRE ? : V S J * 2l"ul" IIU ; Uleet and \arlcoe lf , nlih qucillou ilit. jlildreit OMAIIA. MEDICAL ( t BUKOIOAI. INBTITUXBL 13th and Dodge StrecU , OSAIIA , NEB. 2Oto60 DAYS. This IB u disease which bus horutofor * Uufllud all Modicnl Scienco. When Merctirv , Iodide of I'otiiBslum , Sarsapa rlllaor Hot FprlnKa fall , we guarantee a cura. We have a Remedy , unknown to anyona Inth * World outsldoof ourConip'ny , and oua that haste to cure the moHt obstinate cases. Ten days in roccut caies doeii the work. Jtlithu oldchronlo deep neatJU canes that we Bollnt , U'o h va cured himdreds who 1m ve boon abandoned by I'hyElclans. nnd pronounced Incurable , and w chaljcnn" the world to tiring un a caie that vtt will not cure In lemthan iiUty dayH. Hlnco the hlBtory of moolclno a true spuciflo for SyphlllB bus been suturtit for but ner found until our was discovered , ami we are Juatillo.l In saying It U thi > only Hemeay in thn World tnat > vlll noi < itholy cure , Imciumo ths latest Medical work * , Iiubllisned by the beat known authorities , nay there was never at rue xpectdc before. Ourrnuy udy will euro when uverytlilnc oUo has failed , \Vhy wastu your tluio nnii moiitty with patent incillclnos tfuvtudvor had virtue , or doctor with ijhyelclanu that cuunot turn you , you that liar * tried everything ulsa Ehuuld come tou nowimd K t permanent rullof. you nuvor car. cet It l a- where. Mark what wo say. In the end you must take our remedy or NIIVKH recover and jou that have been alUMud but n shoit llm should by all meann come to us now , not oni lit tenof nnw cases ever K i porroaneiitly curnd. Many vuthnlp and think they uru free from tin e , but in one , two or tlirea years after it appears tyaln In a moro horrlblu farm. This is n blood Purifier und will Cura any Bkin or Blood Dlsouso wiion Evorythinif Klso FiiilB. NOTICKVeduslio to caution patients In re- card to parties claiming to neu Ihu I'D ok Kern- udy. Our formula ll not and CANNOT bate to anyone but ouinelvii THE COOK REMEDY CO , Rooms 18 ant 19 , Paxton BlocK , " " ' ' all urinary tioubleseasily.quick. ly and mifcly cured byDOLTUKACitp. htildn. Buvi'tal fiiBi-aturud nihuvcinluyrf. Sold at 41.60 pur box , ull drufulitn , or by mall from Doi tuja il'ff fo , IU WJilto kt , N. V. I'mldlreo lonj ,