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TEDS OMAHA DAILY BBE : MOJSOXAY. JUNE If , 18SO.
HIE COMMERCIAL TRAVELER , NOWB and Oosslp for the Western Kulghts of the Grip. REMARKABLE STORM STORIES. Allcinnrkntilo Argument In Favor of llcllgloii A Hustling Defaulter Traveling Men's Oiitlnic The Art of Storm Btorlofl. Merchant Traveler : "I have seen sonic pretty hard storms In my travels , " remarked n commercial tourist , ai ho sat chutting In the hotel ofllco with 8pvor.il co-lahorera In the field of commerce. "Just a short time ago I was caught in n rain storm that picked the entire train up bodily nnd carried it oft down tbo river. Instead of going to the sta tion that I started for , I found myself in n river town about ton mile ? down the river. OJio train couldn't ' sink because the current carried it so fust. " "That's as bad n a tornado that I struck while 1 w.is riding on homcbacK. The beast went up In the air ns If ho had wings , nnd It wasn't two minutes before I cleared eight miles. " "What's the worst storm you over saw , Billy I" asked the Ilrst spe.iUor of n member ot the group who had listened in silence. "Oh , I never was in n big storm yet- but " "IJut whatl" "My-wife's mother is coming to llvo at our houiw next week. " Unlucky. " 1 think I nm the unluckicst man that over lived , " remarked a traveling man to a friend. "You're not ns unlucky us I am. I'm ' pos itively glad that t wasn't born with a silver peen In my mouth. " "Why ! " ' "Because I feel certain that It would have Strangled mo. " ,1 llHt Out. American Commercial Traveler : "This is the very worst house I ever put up ntl" ex claimed a woll-drossod C. T. In the lobby of a western hotel. "What' * the matter ! " questioned an old- tlmo G. T. standing near. "Beds bad ! " "No ; beds are all richt. " "Poor table } " "I am well enough satisfied with that , too. " 'Service notwp to the mark , ohl" "Nothing to complain of on that score. " "Overhearing clerks , no doubt ! " "On the contrary , all pleasant nnd oblig ing. " "No ; on the contrary , charges very reasonable. " "For heaven's sake , of what , then , do you complain ! " "Everything in general. Don't you see that this is my flrst trip ! " The old C. T. saw the point , sot up the ci gars , aud thought a deep think. A Stnrlllng Arjitimont. [ The American Commercial Traveler pre sents the following dollars-and-ccuts argu ment in favor of religion. How woula it sound in the mouth of a clergyman ? It Is surprising how little the commercial traveler und merchant know of each other outsldo of their business relations. The fol lowing incident shows what can bo gained by letting the merchant know that you uro interests ! in other things as well as business. Tha commercial traveler called on the mer chant , who gave him a rather cool reception aud informed him there was nothing bo wanted , as ho had done many times before. Tbo commercial traveler WP.S accustomed to BU * ' eatuicnt. so did uotthlnk much about it. Boiug n'rollglous man he attended prayer meeting that evening. After the meeting the very first man bo mot wus the merchant , who took him by the hand and asked him if ho was n Christian. The commercial traveler said ho was. The merchant apologized for the way ho had treated him that day , nnd asked him to call the next morning. The commercial traveler called and was given a line order , and from that time received all the merchant's orders In his line. It is not only so in religious matters but also in secret organizations , such as Odd Fellows , Masons , etc. A merchant will naturally take more interest , place more confidence in you , if ho knows you are u member of a lodge or church of which ho is also a mem ber. A Hustling Defaulter. A. O. Sticknoy , a Boston defaulter , lost no time after bis arrival la Montreal , says the Merchant Traveler. Llko Amanda Ebert , ho bad an eye to business , and at once sot about to secure a position. Ho succeeded with a trading tobacco house now handling a crip ns "yo Jolly drummer , " nnd is building up a thriving business. The district ovar which bo travels includes both Toronto and Montreal , and his firm say that ho is already as keen and successful as any of the old salesmen in their employ. Stick noy , it will bo remembered , quit Boston with $17,000 belonging to other persons. There is a largo rowurd for him if caught in the states. This hat ) led to several attempts to Involglo him to cross the border , to all of which ho has quietly given the laugh. Only a week ago at Kingston Sticknoy was Intro duced to n most agreeable gentleman , with whom ho spent the greater part ot n day. Among other things n boat ride was pro posed. Sticunoy was about to accept the kind Invitation , when ho remembered that it wasn't such n great distance to the American Oiioro. lie declined the invitation with a irofusiod G ? thanks. Ills interesting friend was aa Auio rican detective. Tlio Traveling INI en's Outing. TUB BER Is authorized by the Lincoln Traveling Men's ' "Outing" committee , to bo bold at Cushman park , Lincoln , June 24 to SO , inclusive , that tents will bo furnished to traveling men and their families , free of charco. The state tents have been kindly donated by Governor Thayer , who will open the meeting Thursday. Lloutonant-Govor- nor Mikoljohn will also deliver an address of welcome Thursday ; speakers for every day thereafter , closing by a sermon by Uov. Sav- ftgo on Sunday. This Is to bo a general in vitation , no specials bolng sent to any ono. All uro welcome. Tlio Art of Belling. Under this head F. B. Gooddard says among other things : DBES3. ' Rich people ore really the only ones who can afford to wear shabby or seedy clothes , mid oven they are not greatly addicted to the pursuit of happiness in this way , A salesman who is always neatly aud well dressed , will have more self-respect , and command more respect from others. The dvico of old I'olouius lias been in print before fore , but it belongs to tlio "eternal verities" generally , and to salesmen particularly : "Costly thy habit as tny purse will admit , ncut not gaudy for the apparel oft pro claims the man. " I'OLITKKESS A MA6COTT , Hut having each to settle for himself the propriety nnd policy of using flattery us means to the nrt of selling , there can bo no question about tljo vuluo of politeness which comes from the heart. It U aMascott which IB bound to win. It bringa a man troops of friends , Hits his pockets , and bolng about two-thirds of Christianity , it scuds him to heaven when ho dies. Ho who has good health , good sense , is not too handsome , and is truly polite , ought to thank Uoit every day of bis life. Politeness costs less thun notumi ; , for its exorcise is a pleasure and it pays dividends. In ull the wide world there is no merchant , uud surely no'salesman , so rich that bo can afford to bo our , surly and iuipohta roui , "CUESTXUTS. " The dreariest companion , the most unmiti gated bora and nulsanoa is tbo everlasting teller of smutty stories. Ho makes men Ured. To say nothing of their demoralizing * f ect , there U not n hearty laugh in a tank full of their tedious nauseous , inouioralliod -i the point of which lloi m obscenity , taevw r lat , and , UOM cou- stralnetl by politeness , will seldom listen to them , nml they nlso uvoid the habit ot pro fanity , which really shocks many uooplo. WHBX TO STOl * . Josh Billlngi says : "When you strike Ho. Mop boring. Many a mrm has bored kloan thru nnd lot the Ho run out at the bottom. " noon IIIJMOII. Rothschild says ! "My secret Is to bo cau tious nnd bold ; off-hand , and muUo n bargain ut once , " and ho adds , "I can do what nil- other man can ; I'm n match for all the ro t of'oin , and I'm always in good humor. " i.Evr.r , IIHADJ. The great majority of commercial travelers now on the roaa nro , however , an correct In their habits as when under homo Influences. They borrow no strength from wlrislcy , they light shy oflooso women : they keoi | their heads level ; und , as n rule , succeed bettor nnd lust longer. Most people are so consti tuted that It is easier for thorn to abstain to tally , than to bo temperate In the use of stim ulants "Ono drink Is too much , und two nro nro not enough.11 A "nip" now und then , easily becomes a habit that loads on to nn ap- pQtltu , which grows with that it foods upon nnd becomes the parent of most other vices To drink or not to drink ! "That's the ques tion. " And each must UucUlo It lor himself. Snmplo.i. Denver Travelers are malting great prepa rations for a 4th of July purado nnd expect to h.u'e nbout tire hundred drummers In lino. Jap.incaa parasols and whltu plug hnls wilt be the regalia.Vhut is tha mutter with Oinahu ! The host customer Is the ono who knows whnt hovants und when ho gets it buys no more. It is poor policy to soil n merchant goods which you know 1m really docs not need. Sell him that which ho does need and c.m soli , and Ho will buy from you in profurcnco to any ono else , providing your prlco Is ng'.it. A mnrchat who buys largely , using no Judgment us to whether the goods will seller or not , is gettsiMllv the man who wants the longest time In which to pay for them. It Is easy to sell such men coeds , but likn ' 'draw ing blood from a turnip" to mnko collections. Tun lir.K Is In receipt of a communication signed "Jim , " which calls for ttho boycott of n hotel proprietor In Northwestern Ne braska , The causa of complaint was the alleged wanton insult of n lidy guest who was compelled to travel without an escort. The casn as stutod is cortnlnly a good casus belli , and while no doubt of its truth fulness is entertained , the writer of the communica tion will rcall/.o that It would bo u suicidal policy for u newspaper to allow Its columns to bo used to the Injury of unyono unless supported by absolute aud Incontrovertible proof. If the bonlfuco in question deserves a boycott the news will go through thu ranks of the drummers fast enough without news paper assistance. L.Mr. Gcorgo H. Stanes , formerly with Kirkcndall , Jones & Co. , tins completed an uxtondcd trip through the Pacillu atates for Field Thayer Manufacturing company , of lioslon , and on his return paid his Omaha friends a Hying visit. 'DIED. MORRISON In this city , at 8 p. m. , Juno 10 , Mrs. Louisa S. Morrison. Funeral services from tun residence of her Bister. Mrs. T. S. Grigor , 2410 Dodge street , ntS:3Uu. : m. , Wednesday. The remains will bo taken to Lincoln. Nob. , for interment. [ Lincoln papers please copy. ] ADDITIONAL COUNCIL. BLUFFS. Kuiidny nt Blixnawa. Yesterday was a lively day at Manawa , on account of the bicycle race ut Athletic park bctwecu Miss Lottie Stanley and Miss Lilly Williams. A line eight lap track was aid outside the diamond ut thn park , and .hero the race took place. It was originally intended that it should bo a twonty-llvo mile dash , but for certain reasons the distance was cut down to fifteen miles. An accident that took place early in the day did much to essen the attendance , as the crowd could lot bo accommodated. The heavy rain of Saturday night so loosened ened the road bed at the Ilrst curve below the city limits , whore the track was rcluid this year , that too early morning trains set tled the track. Four trips were made , und the outer rail at thu curve , which was three inches higher thun the inside , was settled until it was level with the other. In this state it could not stand the strain , and the train , which loft the lake at 10:10 u. m. , mot with a disaster. The track nnd roadbed - bed gave wuy , dumping the motor uuon its side into the ditch , No ono- was injured , none of the coaches leaving the track. It was 3 o'clock before tlio track was cleared so that trains could csume their trips. In the meantime , hun dreds of passengers hud secured conveyance by busses and carriages , while ns many more disappointed Omahuns returned homo. Im mense loads wore carried as soon us the mo tors resumed running , but It wus so Into in the day that the usual crowd could not bo carried. Notwithstanding this accident and Its con sequences , the park was well Jlllud. Fully 1,500 people witnessed the close and exciting contest of the wheelers. The start was delayed from 4 to 5 o'clock on account of the accident , but it was u race when it fin ally began. Williams led the greater part of tlio way , but Stanley was close behind , aud the last mile was a fast ono. Stanley took the lead on next to the last lap , und crossed the score a winner by about six feet. Just as the pistol cracked uho looked back to ace where Williams wus , nnd failed 'o round the curve , running on the tracU. She tried to run on again , but the who- : ! refused to make the jump and she fell acrim : the track. Williams wus no close behind that she rodu over her prostrate competitor , atd wa3 also thrown from her wheel. She was not injured , but Stanley was b idly bruised nnd lamed by the fall and consequent experience under Williams1 wheel. There wus the usual talk of hippodrome , etc. , but it was n lively rnco and the majority of the spectators were satlsllcd. The affair was managed by Putsy Fallen and U. E. Wcathorby , wlio have secured a loose of the1 park and will give regular weekly programmes. Certain changes will bo made , and more extensive accommodations provided. The track , which is a very line one , is n little too narrow at the turns , und will be made wider. It is the Intention to give n programme nt the park every Sunday afternoon , and some times during the week. Collcico CoMiiieucoincit < * . DBS MOINKS , la. , Juno 10. [ Special to THE KE.I About all of the numerous colleges and u Diversities of Iowa have held their commencements the past week. There have been but little variations In the usual exer cises of such occasions. At ono college n now president has been elected. This is Western college , nt Toloao , Tama county , whore the lute president , Dr. Ueardshcar , has resigned to bo superintendent of schools in this city. His successor is Prof. Mills , who for two years past has been n member of the faculty of that collage. The state unlveiaity nt Iowa City holds its commence ment proper the coming week. There will bu no importune changes there. The state agricultural college , by uu arrangement po- cullurly Its own , holds its commencement in November , having the long vacation in the winter , which servos the douhlo purpose of keeping the young agriculturists ut school where they can wutch the growing crops and carry on experiments during the sum mer , and can also leach country schools dur ing the winter. It is estimated that the col leges and universities of Iowa will graduate , all told , about four hundred stud cuts this year. Not Up to llio Old Mnn'H AvnrnRc. Shoo nnd Lonlhar Reporter : Erskino M. Pliolps , of Cliiciifro , reached Now York on the Elrurin Sunday on his re turn from a thrco months' tour in Eu rope. At his hotel in Nice ho was in troduced to Lord of England. As ho wussiiiolcing ho Bnidto Lord : "Will you hitvo iv ciirur'i1" "Tlmnlc you ; but 1 only sinolco ono brand the Jlonrv Cliiy. " "All right. I'll order eomo. " The box was brought. It was embellished - lishod with the familiar picture of "Hurry of the \Vost , " As ho took his clpnr Lord said ; " \Vhun old Clay was ullvo ho inado n good cigar , but his sons don't Iccop up hia reputation. " "Henry Cluyl Why , ho didn't make cigars ; ho was a statesman , and ranked as high with u * as Gladstone or John Bright does in your country. " "I bog your pardon. I'vo smoked those cigars all my Ufa , and I toll you old Clay made a d n sight bettor cigar than. Lu boys do. " ANOTHER BIG FEDERATION , Latest Move of tbo Union Paolflo Engineers and Flromon. COMBINING THE BROTHERHOODS A. Mcotlni ; of Drlosntus to Do Held AVItnln iho IVext I'cw AVccKs to 1'erlcct tie Nrccssnry Ar- Join I n u IMSUCI. Up to n late hour last night the grievance committee of the Urothorhood of Locomotive engineers had received no reply from Presi dent Adntns In reference to their demands , save n telegram that arrived Into on Satur day from Mr. Adams , stating that the facts In the case had not boon fully laid before him \ > y the management of the road. The committee has written to Mr. Adams ex plaining the situation In detail , and his reply is hourly expected. Concerning a dispatch sent out from iCan- BUS City to the effect that the grievance com mittee of the southwestern branch of the brotherhood was to incut In conncotion with the pending troubles , the members hero stated that there was butono grievance committee ot' the Onion Pacillo ; all the mem bers of that couimittoovero hero , mid the report tvus nuccsurlly crroneuus. it was icarnoa last night that while iho priov- anco committees of Iho Urothorhood of Lo- comotlvo Kit-omen were hero In connection with the Kansas Central deal , another move was being mailo which moans the foJorutlon of the two brotherhoods throughout the Union I'nulflo Byswm , and n oiuillar move will bo imtdo on all roads In the near future. In this direction the worl : has been con ducted with extreme secrecy , but when questioned concerning the matter a member of thu brotherhood committee said : "Yes. wo have donu considerable toward federating the flrcmcn and engineers within the past to woolcs. The Uurlington strike and neveral other matters plainly demon- Btratcd to our satisfaction that the order oC engineers and Qrotncn should bo closer to each other. The reasons are plain mutual protection. The successor to the engineer is the fireman. So closely are the two orders Idontiilod that to set them apart or maintain two independ ent orders necessarily weakens both factions. J3y combining , wo aild to our strength cor- Will you include nny other labor order , asldo from the flrcraon and engineers ! " "No. Wo will maintain two branches , ono of firemen and ono of engineers , who will uct Jointly on all matters nffoetini ; both classes. This will be formulated so as. to consolidate both orders throughout the Union Pacillo system. " "Whrn and where will you hold a mooting for that purpose ! " "If things go on smoothly wo will uieot in about nix weeks , and the niOBtinp will either bo held at Omaha or Denver. The location has boon talked over , and the major portion favor Denver on account of its being more centrally located. Wo concluded not to say anything about the matter until the arrange ments for federation are tully made , but enough has transpired in this direction to Avarrunt publicity. " "What prompted action in this direction ? " "As I have sala bolero , the successor to the onpinepr is the llreman. There are hun dreds of firemen on the Union Pacific at tha present time that are capable to take charge of nn engine. Wo must have their peed will. On the other hand , the ilremon may have u grievance , and without our support the re dress would undoubtedly be slow in coining. An engineer can got along with a 'green1 lirernan , But two oxperlonceU men can per form the labor more perfectly. Hence , you sue that the firemen will bo largely auxil- iarated , as a body , by federating with the engineers. 13y combining , u sufoty guard is thrown about both orders. The grounds for consideration are very clear. Wo will not enlist any other order , as conductors , brakomcn or switchmen might follow their vocation for a life time and would not have any knowledge of how to manage an engine. " "When was this issue first made ? " "It has been under discussion since the Burlington strike , but no decisive action was taken until about three years ago , and the boys on the Union Pacific are tno ilrst to take the step. Wo uro prompted of late by the flremon federating with the switchmen and brakeinsn. I th'ink that inside of three months both orders will bo federated throughout the United States. Of course , wo will endeavor to have all railway organ izations as closely associated as follow work men should uo , but the compact class will bo the firemen and engineers. TaxidoriniBtcatal'g'o,816 N 10thOmuhu SHI W02LS 73 SHOW The wotlionsht ta j k-now what 8. P. 8. Ina Anne for mo In the ciuo J o f a MilIrunnt Career , r hlch w M to bail ns 10 Iho coTJlclercil Incura- tila l > jr tlio t > lij lclflii Ini Chicago , where t went to bo treated. Ono I of rajr r.dhbor | ecnt me a copy of nn mh rr- Jll cnient tu regaiil to Htvlft's bpc'ClCji nml 1 J bCRan Inking lu I pot relief f mm thoiirMfcW JlCM- j llio polronnns prjlually forced cut | if l my pyttcni , nutl 1ca peen ctmd rminil r.i l null. It Is now ten nontlisplncolqiilttak' ' \n \ a B.s S.'niiU I liaVo bad no cljn f rctuni of tin OreacUtit disease. * * * B ° T"Wr" " An S.U. . Mich. , Dei. 9 $ ' Seed for books on Blood Dl casc3 nml Canccra. mailed free. - 'flic SWIFT Srrcirio Co. i Uraucr 3. Atlanta , da. AST ALT , PBEOBDENT. Louisiana State LotlarCompany. / . Incorporated by the loclslaturo in J8'H. ' for KilncHtlonnl and Charitable pnrpoo < < . nnd Its franchise miulu n part of the prosnnt State 0 < m- otltutlon , In 1873 , by an overwhelming po | > ulnr V"lu'IlANlICXTIlAOHDINAnYlltA\VINOS take place Soml-Anmmlly ( Juno ami December ) and IN UHAND 81XlfK NU.MIIIMI DIIAW- INUS tftko place in < > ach ntthcottior ton months of the yrar , and are nil drawn In public , at the Academy of ilualc.Nmv Orleans , La. " \Vodohcrobycurtlf7thtit wo superrlsa the arrangements for all the Monthly nnd 8oml-An- nual iMitwlupH of the Ioulslana Stnto Lottery Company , and In IIOMOU mauugo and contiol tno Drawings themselves , anil that the Bame are conducted with honesty , fulnio.is , and In good faith toward all parties , nml MX- authorize the company to use this cprtltlcato , with fac similes of our signatures attached , In Its adrer- tlbcmeuta " COMMISS10NK11S We. the tm-torslKr-ort Hanks and Rankers will pnvnll Prizes drnwn In the Louisiana Stito lotteries which may ba pruseuted at our coun ters : 11. M. WAr.MarKV. Pres. Louisiana Nnt.nanlc I'IKHHH f.ANAUX. Pros. State Nat. Hank. A. HALTWIN , Pros New Orleans Nat. Hank CAHLKOHN. Pros Union National Hank. At the Academy of Music , Now Or leans , Tuesday , Juno 18 , 1889. CAPITAL PRIZE , $600,000 100,000 Tickets nt 840 ; Hixlves 820 ; Quar ters S10 ; Eighths S3 ; Twentieths 82 ; Fortieths 81. LIST nv t-iuzns * i riuzE OP jww.o ( ) ) is . tfloooo ) 1 I'KIZU O'l2 ( .OOJl3 . UMO.HOJ 1 PUIXK 1)1' ) 100.WU14 . KKUNn 1 1'HIXK Ol' nu.lUia . & ) . ( H.I S PUl/.iK OP WOJnro . 4'J.'flJ r I'UIXKS or W.COJaio . f.lftj ( ) 10 PKIKRS OF r flwre . finaw s-i pur/r.8 OP L-tware . tn.on SKI I'Ur/jWS Ol' 0nre . BO.iX ) ) W IMUZttS OP 'ITOiitB . 1 1.001 103 I'HIZRS OP 4COUro . i'OU.003 Al'UJtOyiAIATlON ritl/.KS. ICO Prizes of SlXvtta./ . S103.000 ICOPrlzesof SOOara. . . PO.OOJ lOOl'rizesot i-'Ware. , . . 40.00J Two Nnxiisu TKIIMINALS. 1.COS Prizes ot1)J nra. . SOOP.COO 3,14-1 Prizes , arnoHiutlrig to . 83,15UUOU \VAXTEO. tSTFon Cr.un lUrts-or any further Informn- lon ( Jonlred , wrlto lealbly to the unaerslgnod clearly stating your residence , with Stato.Cuun ty. Street and Ntunoor. Moro rapid return mail rttllvury will 1)0 assured 1 > v your oncloslns an envelope beurlni : jour full uddross. IMPORTANT. Address , M. A. DAUPHIN , Now Oileans , fn. or SI. A. DAUPHIN , Washington , D. C. lly ordinary letter containing Wlonoy Order Issued by all Express Companies , New Vori Exchange , Draft or Postal Noto. Address Regis erei LottDra Containing Cur- ren7 to THE NKW OKLRANS NATIONAL JIANIC New Orleans. La. RFIVIFMRFF ? Tlult li'J > ayj" n ? Pi E. 1V1 E. IVI 1 _ > j _ , Pi or the prizes ii WAHANTEhl ) IIVKOUII NATIONAL HANKS Of Now Orlaans an < l the tickets are signed by the 1'reslUent of un Institution whoso chattered jlGtitsurorecoKuIzed In Ills-licit courts ; there- foic , bowuro of all Imitations or anonymous echotneM. " ONK UOLLAU Is the price ot the smallest part or fraction of a ticket 1SSUJJD 11V USlnauy drajvlna. Anything In our name offered for loss tnau ono dollar is a swindle Used by the United State * Government. Endorsed hy the heads of the Great tlnlverf Hies nnd Public rood Analysts , nsthc Strongest , Purest and most Healthful. Dr Price's Cream Baklnc Powder does not contain Ammonia , I.lme or Alum. Ir Price's neHclounl'lavorlnjrHs- tracts , VanillaI.ciuon , Orange , Almond , Kose , etc. , do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemical * PRICE BAKING POWDCR CO. . Now York. Chicago. St. Loul * . For Sale 1 > V M , IL ULISS , Omabx , $ te'jpis7i-t. . Instantly etopj the most eicruclutln iialiu : novur ( alia t > cl 'o case to the siKTerer. For I'AINtf. liJIL'lhUB. UACKACJIK. CONUIISTIONS , INI'LAMJIATIONS , ItHKUMATlSM , NUUHALUIA , SUIATIt'A. 1IKAUAUIIK.TO01'IIAUI1G , or auy other 1'Alk. n few avpHcatlons act like jnaglc , caualne the pain to liutautJy iton. A CUIIE fOli ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS Internally taken In doses of from thirty to sixty drop * in half a tumbler of water will cure In a faw minutes Crump Spasms. Sour btouiacb. Colic , Ilautulence , Heartburn , Cholera Mormis , Dyuentry. Dlarrhwa. Sick Ife&dache. N.-\iuoa , VnmltlnK , NervousnenH. Slvenlessutas , Malaria aud all Internal l > &liu urlslUK Irom chaio | of diet or wutar or other cuiuej. 60 Coma a llottlo. Sola by iruir lit , Our extraordinary sale of Summer Coats and Yeats will bo continued this week. Tina is beyond a doubt the moat remarkable sale of the season , ns the goods are almost slaughtered. Wo can unhesitatingly say that never before was such an opportunity oilorod to buy at one-half their value seasonable goods just at the time when you need them most Our 70c Coats and Vests "all the ' ' "We are rage. have added this week several now patterns and you can choose now from six different styles , every ono of them as neat and tasty a Coat aud Vest as you over bought for SI.50. Another Coat and Vest which excites the admiration of every customer is the fine Mohair at $2. Such a Coat and Vest has never been offered for loss than § ! . In addition to those wo have received during the past few days several lots of very fine grades of thin Coats and Vests. These are from the same purchase , but wore delayed on the road through the Pennsylvania Hood. We have marked these goods at correspondingly low prices and offer : Several lots of very fine Pongoa Silk Coats and Vests at SO. These are gar ments for which other houses would charge $6. Extra fine Drap d'Ete Coats and Vests in four beautiful shades at $3.75. These goods are the finest that can be had , are cut and made in the best of man ner and fit el gantly. Fine clothing houses charge for same Coats and Vests about $7. One of our Douglas street windows is full of these goods and is just now the most attractive place in the city. In connection with tlio above we offer to-day : 200 very fine blue Serge Suits , elegantly trimmed and made , at $8.90. We warrant this to be one of the finest Serges made and of fast color. "We aold the same goods early in the season at $12.50. This makes an elegant Summer Suit. M We are again on hand with the most complete line of Summer Neokvrear ever shown. The i'act that this Department is the largest of its kind in the city insures the largest choice of styles , wliilo the values speak for themselves. Our customers will ramember the extraordinary values we gave in this Department in former seasons. We cana,3oure then that we will do still better this season. Ou/ stock is larger , stvles are nicer aud prices still lower. Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , Omaha , 20to60 DAYS. This is u disease which has heretofore Balilod all Medical Science. When Jlorcurv , lodldo of Potassium. Sarsnpa rllla or Hot fejirlugs fall , -we guuranteoa cure. Wo have a Remedy , unknown to anyons Intao World outside of ourCojnpiUy. andonu that haste to cure the moat obstlnats casos. Ten days In recent case * doerf tlio work. U U tha old chroalo deep seat-ail cases that we solicit. We have cured mm'livds wlio 1m ve lieou abandoned by 1'hyMclnns , and pronounced Incurable , and \v cnnllenijo the world to brliiiz ua a case that wo will not cure In leas than sixty dayx. fiince thu hlbtorv of mealclno a true specific for Syphilis has baun sought for but uovor found until our B2A.GSC REMEDY was discovers ! . atid'we ' are justified In saving It li , tao only Komeuy in the World tnat will pos itively cure , bsiauBB the latent Medlcn ! Works , pulilisluM by tha b t known authority , tay lUoro . : isnoveratruesp30llcbofort ( ) . Ourr : ii. edy will cure wHen everything else has failed. Why waste you time and money with patoat medicines tout uovor hail virtue , or doctors 1th pliy lcl tK thai cannot cure you , you tLat tmvo tried everything laa should tome to us no w mid g t permanent relief , you never can got It ulsa- wher . Marie what we sir. In the tid yon must taka our remedy or NKVKIl recover nnd you that have becantBlctud but a short time ihould by all means coma to us now. not one In tcnof nmv caios evur not permanently cured. Many ict help and thlnt tiier aio frea fro-n the dlio.tsc. but m on * , two or three yean utter H appears iBn In a more horribly form. This i a blood Purifier and will Cure any Skin or Blood Disease when Everything H'0 ' Fails. NoTicn Wodoslro tociiitlon patients In re gard to parties claiming to use iho Cool : Hem- edy. Our formula. U not anil CANNOT bu Mian n lo anyone but ournslvoa. THE COOK REMEDY CO , Rooms 418 and 419 , Paxlon Block NUItVOUA CHIIO.NIC anJ I'UIVATK trealo I. YOUNG MEN Buffcrliu from lliu iiiructs of yoiittiliil lolli-n orMllt crrtlunt , or lire troutiloJ wltll WasLnuM. R rv a lltililillIMH ol Memory. IJospomluiiiiy. Aversion tn Sioi-loty. 1(1 luoy Troiiblt-B or uuy illiiMU. ) ut Ilia Cual- to-UrlnKrrOrxans.inu lioro tinl H unfa n ul npujjjr mr . Uliuruei reiimnUu ! , ipcliilly | to llio po r. MIDDLE-AGED MEN TlivninrB mnny truubloJwIHi too iroflupnt ovnum tlom or tlio biuailor. elton mouuiiuiili.il by u KlUUt Blnurtln ; : or burnll.i : niiunatluii. nml vo ikouliii ; of tno Oitemmnmnnncrtlie iatl nt ( .diiiiut ncotiuiit for. On cuuululiiii tlio urlaarr ilepnMti n n > | ir BJJIinunt will elton bo lounil , una oaiBttmoi partlolo * of tilliu. rucnwlll minjiir or tliu ciuor bo ol n thin , rallkUti liu < > , uituln ohunxlrw to a U ror turiikl | ) iiiarunco. 'Jlicriiurouiauvi.mil who moot til uiluviiltjr. lisnor- unto ! tlia causa , which is tlioecconl lii < ofnuml- nnl urcahneu. 'J'lio Uootor will ( 'uurmiUjB n perluji euro In nil nui.htiiK05.iiDj a Uanlt'ir rojtorntlon of the ( if nllo urlrmrr orea-n. ( iiinultutlon frwi. Sonl J-cont Bliiinplor "Voun , ' .M n' Kiluiul.or UuUutJ Wodlock"lroo to nil. Alliuit DSL. SPIKTNSY & CO. Main nnd 12tb St. .Kansas Clty.Mo. IJTiloutlou tUU GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1870. IV. BAKEIT& CO.'S la uliiolnttlu jnife it * eoliAlt. No Chemicals tie uicd In III prrpu&IIon. It hii m rt t tkret ttiKl ( Af ttrtnytk of Cocua ixed ! tli Starch , Arruv > ruut or 8uir , nd It therefore far tuora ccunotukal , > . "H C4llt a tVf. II 1 < WLV Iiur.srri > , ud udmlribly itltpttil cJUiHnoui la lutlth. * * - Bold W. BAKER & CO. , Dorchester , aod'luiuonCUItKDin'i knlti ; IMPORTERS JOBBERS TIN PLATE HETALS , NAILS , HOUSE 18 , 20 , 22 , 24 , 28 , 23 , 30 AKD 32 LAKE STREET , CHICAGO , ILL. A. J POPI'IjITTON , rreslloiit. Jt. W VATB-3. Treasurer. J. .1. IUOWN. Vloo-l'i evident. S. T. JUdSKLVTN , Secretary A SOLID NEBRASKA COMPANY. 181103 OF O.UAI1A , NKIJ , I'aiil 5J ( > Capilal , $ IOO,0O ( Fire , - Lightning - and - Tornado - Insurance , Olllci'H , i2 , 10. Cornrr IJouulnn niirt Hixtrcii li S''i. Tclojiliona 1.4i > . nirectou : .A. J. I'onploton. .1. Il.Illllnr.lViii. . Wallacr. J. W. Oinnitt. II. W. Yfltea , N. A. Kuun. 11.1 * Mono , 0. U. Woolworih , J. B Coillin , J. J. llrovra , S. T. Jovsolyu. HosiiuOnirc. Niu. 00. : ill ) , 02 , .JU3 llrown's Ulodf , Omaha , ETOHINQS , OT EMERSON , BNGBAVINGS , ALL3I1 & DAVI3 , ABTIST SUPPLIES , * u KIMBALL , MOULDINGS , PIAMO3 AND OB3 AK3 IBAMBS , SHEET MUSIO. 1513 Douglas St Ooialia , Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating Apparatus and Supplies. Engines , Boilers , Steam Pumps , Etc. TotilKKgbUi IMKwl , Utibllit iiiid From Rev/ / York Evary Tuesday , ub n pasangj r to J50 , ncrarillirx to loc'-atlon of utato i oem , Kxi'iirdlrm wi to 5 U. fctcemtftj to imd fiofn Ida-ope ut ] .o.\on Kutes. AUSTIN HAI.Urt'lK .V CO. . ( itti'l A oitn. t'l Itioaclwuy. Now Yorz.- JOHN HMUJH.V , Geii'l Westurn Ajont ( , 1M Hutidolj.li Ht , , Ulilca3. HAltltV K. iiOOKIW , ABt-nt. Omaha , Ueducoil Ciibin Hutcd to GliUigow Ex hibition. ; For LOST crTAILIKO MAHHOOni General and HCIlVOUB D fiILIXyi I Wcakceu cf Eodyir.d MindiEf/.ctj l oiZrrorjcr utr3Csln Older YmJtff. tlcliuif. Roll ! * M4MUMIII follr fr t rl. . Hoif to ZuUfKP * u4 tlr .lh iir ittM < ltll > lPIlHlKB4riUIBcf fll/liY. il.uljllr u rji/Dj : HIIXK Tlll.ilJltlf-llBJl , la < Ur. Ed Uillffrlin II UI U. . I.rllUirl. . , > 1 rorrl | > < ctli > lilM. Vlixu rlUllk > Li. lloot , UlUtiiliattUi , and traufi Ukllti ] n. idirm ISIE aiOWtl CO. . ettfALO , B I , MFH 50 > Sthr ! < ; < anna lllCIl tail | wlfc . uuybt perfectly rtralnnl l > v thu uetf PESI.OM D uprtE Kipth Wntl iiit iur new itltuirittta Minn JJ- J M > a > i yi ivti t i vfut > VII.T Varlco- celo curril wrJtout rwin wojH-rslicn. Addrttt Uuslon-Uupro Cl'nlquu ' , lus Trcmvut t t , BcUon , rent * vrantvtl , Utoisll. KolU cleat torrltory. Ills iirollu. S Ury Kouo Co. . UJluuovur SU , Uuatoa , § * i. S22 * ft Tiio bast en 'lp ' I plu u"Ti3 roort * n til * w vtt i * 1 ho tutu it tun of ttiu | lOjlu ut > ul/r uUj U culJtxl to till * mitr iiinjuiu Jt-ftori joi * ox * urslunl't , picnlo j pattl Ji ut * . riui Ijunt uf rutJa iVun oJi u l jutlruau. 1 'J'ne jiiir * | Mtuat nl > iiiltfi1 frijui Juoj ti , und 1 rujitunn ; u ncnv of i.jul'uUjo l.irr "t iiiht t > u t 1 iitunuutl uiu , tin tT Ui' ioiutol nt Jixmn Iho f.i ! lutfiia Jiiiu > Ju t.Jttii r lutlr * * ) t bt'MtitiHt ' ' I'iva * . i tiiu lo'iUi 'j iniuiii tun ! diiiulu-i jiull . I'U4i iiall J K iU ion , uiodt * UP ji.t'U ) 1) ) tl.U ' 0 ttt VJA \ < lit l.vbltM vrfth ttu iMi > pui' t * ( tn i 4. 'iito % /DII U'rful OiifcljKJuu tirln | , i > iu uUt t > fttliln liouo ; tlHwIiti' i lU'litrupiJn ' ! tu u , J3 iiu-tnljjvo . . . . . wtitor. . iC. LU dbon. M . . wulyui ln l > woiiltui. mtlrjj u > ' " r.ln tl la . ! ! iluuu.tla i ntlflr 1'uxi-rful.lliiral/lj. Jy | i""rao i.lfuil t. A wlil fruy fiiff ( iiiruiiniifn il. Htiiilkluimiriii ) ini.li | A IX ) KI.KI'riJUl JIKI.TU roll > > liiI'.AKI > . OR. HUHDE. Hu.-.pYta TO iau TVAt'EEH ara euccejiifuJly ui.eU lunctlily liver 10.000 julles. AruSci/e. Kffeetualaiut Iteaiant ' | Tlxixliyin ll.orMdru Kl H Scale ! 'urn < lar 3po UiZiiitaiupi. ! AdiJrusj 'fun Kuiuuii. CUCUUUL Co. , Vutvan , Kicii. For sale and by mall by Goodman Drujf Comjmny , Omuhu.