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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , .SATURDAY , APRIL 3 , 1800.
THE CITY. ( JOOI-RO A. Davldfon of the rallwny rrtnH fi.-rvloj , 1ms boon iimn-letl to MI3 Horn Mlllo , ono of Oiimlm'ti Indy teach- ' ' will irmko thulr ora. 'J'lio young rouplo liomo at Hii'J Center street. Tlio Kinnict monument nsporlntlon will tflvo a ( jrantl ball at Washington liall on next Monday evening , for the Ix'ix-ni of the 1'arnell funil. This hop will lo the twenty-llrst annual boolal given by this orgiml/atlon. 'J'ln > first annual ball of the National nsiWliiUon of stationary engineers will be held Monday evening , April V , at fSarfli'ld hall , irft : Howard Htrect. The proi't.'ods will bo apjilled to the improve- nient of the Mechanical library. Chief Clerk Cramer of the railway mail M'rvice. has received a supply of new poHtimirUing Htnmps to bo lined in the mail cars in place of the old stampx , nearly all of which are worn out. The loiters of the now style Htampslmvo steel faces and are quite an improvement over the old ones. _ iwiiNoxAi * r.t it.t an.i run. P. II. Seuli y of Clmtli-on Is nt tlicMlllnrd. W. .1. Uulldi-lt of Fremont is nt the Casey. 6J.1. G. Heck of Lincoln is a guest nt the Mur ray. ray.V. . H. Stone of Onl Is n guest nt the Mil- Inrd. .Tiiy Ilrlplu-cy of Norfolk Is a guest nt the Casey. K. H. Fogg of Beatrice Is registered nt the I'nxtriii. C. AV. Thomas of Grand Isliind Is stopping nt the I'axton. P. I' . > a-il ! of ICilgnr Is registered at the Paxton. Mrs. J. D. Kilpatrick of Beatrice is nt the Pax ton. Attorney General Lccso Is registered nt the Paxton. M. J. Hughes of West Point Is registered nt the Casey. Brii-c K. Smith of Fremont Is stopping at IhcMillaril. , T. II. MacC'all or Lexington Is stopping nt the Mlllard. E. L. Eno or Grand Island was at the Paxton - ton yesterday. E. A. Uiwvn and O. S. Mnrdln or Kearney nre at the Murr.iy. O. J. Colliaan nnd wife or Broken Bow nrc among the guests at tin ; Millurd. John C. Watson , George L. Woolsoy nnd W. I. . . Wilson or Nebraska City nro at the Murray. Miss Clint Cashing or nnmique , la. . Is vis iting the family ofliur brother , I. J. Gushing. Mr. William Corey or Kansas City Is visit ing his In-other , Mr. .lames Corey or Oaiulm. John T. Bell , who has spent the winter in San Jose , Cal. , will return with his family In May. .7. G. Soabrook has been summoned to bis old homo in Savanali. Ga. , by the critical ill ness or his brother. Mrs. Dana S. Lander , who has been dan gerously ill tor bcveral days , is reported to be bligbtly butter. Her many friends will bo glad to learn or this favorable turn in her condition and wish her u speedy recovery. Ex-Governor West and Governor Thomas of Utah called at Tin : Bin : ofllep yesterday in company with ox-Senator Humidors. The visitors are on rnuto to Washington , where they will advocate measures in which Utah Is vitally interested. Hon. Samuel M. Kirkpntrick of Cuss county visited the city yesterday and called upon Tin : Bin : . lie. was a prominent man in terri torial days and was u member or the con- btitntional convention or 187r > , when the present state constitution was Trained. Mr. KirkpatnVk 'is full of reminiscences or the good old days when bo took an active part in public affairs. A JVJVO VXCK31 KXTH. Omaha theater-goers arc to bo favored with a delightful season of Shakespearean comedy , commencing Monday evening next , and lastIng - Ing till the middle or the. week. The attrac tion will bo the beautiful and accomplished ivrtress , Marie Walnwriglit , supported by n line company , in Shakespeare's coined v , "Twelfth Niglif Miss Wainwright will a p- pcar as the lovely Violaa part which by nature nnd ability sbu is eminently titled to portray. Her appearance will doubtless bo a source of L'mit gratification to her many friends here. The snlo of scats will commence this morning. > lcn Tonight. There will bo a meeting or the Omaha Traveling Men's club n't the Hotel Casey this evening. It will bo n gathering of great im portance. _ The only complexion powder In , the world that is without vulgarity , without injury to the user , and without doubt a bcautillcr , is I'oz/oni's. Heal There was a goot attendance at the real estate exchange meeting yesterday nt which attention was again called to the auction nnd regular monthly meeting today. A very perceptible improvement in real estate affairs is reported by all ot the members. Following nro the listings : Lot 0 , block' ' , S. K. Roger's addition , two llvo-room cottages , S,000. . North ! W Teet nf lot fi , block ! ! , Kountzo's fourth addition , six-room cottage , $0,000. , Sales were reported as follows : By Lewis S. Jtccd , lot 10 , block 1 , Sheridan place , I'ulillo At the meeting of the board of public works In the afternoon Lamoivaux Dros. were awarded the contract for grading Garllch nnd Oivlnwl sttvcts fiiiu ) Lowe avcnuo to Pleas ant Ntreel , ami Lowe avenue from Hamilton loJohiiMm. Their bid was 11 IMU cents per cubic yard. Bids were iben opened Tor the filling of cer tain lots declared a nuisance by the cltv coun cil. Only one bid was Itoml/.ed , tlio rest being blanket bids. Mr. Kiorstead made a motion that action lx > deferred on this mailer until next meeting. Ho urged that it would bo n damage to some men tr have their lots tilled. Thus | Byron Heed bad a lot on Twenty-eighlh anil Fiirimiii and Mr. Davis ono on Twenty-eighth and Harney that were both being reserved for business purposes. If these were tilled the dirt would have to bo removed again some time. The motion prevailed. St. Patrick's Pills arcmndo from tlio best and purest material it is possible to obtain. They nro hiigar-coated and undoubtedly the t perfect catharlle and liver pills in use. The Turn lieHe. ! . The Turners of the Nebraska bezlrk will hold tboir ilrst grand session this year at ( icrmania hall tomorrow. Active Turners from the following cities will bo present and will pnrtlcipato : Sioux City , Lincoln , Plaits- month , Fremont , Omaha and South Omaha. Tluiro will bo threo. sessions , morning , after noon and evening. The morning nnd after noon hcsslons will bo devoted to gymnastics , in which the visiting and local Turners will participle. During the business session preliminary arraugemenls will lw made for the Turnfest ( o IK > held In Lincoln Juno M-Sll. The day's plcasun ) will terminate In the evening with a grand concert ami ball. The public generally Is Invited. The Turner ex hibitions aiv five. Last evening the Turners were busy learn ing bomo very pretty but dlfllcult evolutions tu marching. _ Mrs. Dr. Kddy , clairvoyant and test medium , has removed from ; tOS N. 10 st. to JUS N. 15 st. , where she may bo con- Bultcil upon all a Hairs of life. Marriage Licenses. Licenses were Issued to the following parties by Judge Shields yesterday : Name ami Hostdcnco. Age- I Shelton H. Fisher , Omnba . Ill 1 X.oc M. Firby , Omaha . KO j Peter Nelson , Omaha . 3.5 j Amanda Carlson , Omaha . ' . ' 0 j Matthew Abolein , Douglas county . 'IS j Caroline Sin-iiigcr , Douglas county . 20 HAD TWO AV1VKS. Itcvciit DcvclopmentN In the Career ol Pcdillcf ChronlHler. M. D. Cbronlstcr , son of the peddler mur dered nt Klkhorn. says that Mrs. Chronlstcr , the wife of the dead man , Is still living at Sioux City with her children and had never been divorced from her husband. Notwithstanding this , Mrs. Milliter o ! South Omaha , shows a marriage certificate to the elTect that she and Chronistor were united in holy Wedlock In December , IbS' * , at South Omaha. Young Chronlstor says that bis father loft bis wire and family at Sioux City about a year and n half ago and nothing was learned concerning his whereabouts until last week , when word was received concerning his being murdered near ICIkhorn. The dead man's effects are not worth more than about $ ! " > and ho bad only * . ' In his pocket at the tlmolicMvns shot. These have been turned over toM. I ) . Chromsler , the son. This gentleman will have the remains In terred here and Is nt present making prepar ations for the burial. The time for the fun eral has not yet been decided upon. Young Cbronlster has the appearance of belac a very respectable man and holds the position of foreman at the street car barn in Sioux City * There Is danger In Impure blood. There is safety In .taking Hood's Karsaparilln.the great blood purifier. 100 doses ono dollar. DIIOP3 INTO TIIK IIUCKKT. The Hoard of Trade Keports Still Conic ly ) AVI re. The attempt of the Chicago board of trade to freeze out the bucket shops in this city is not meeting with much success. At least , that is what tlio local dealers say. Every shopkeeper In Omaha says that'be Is getting Just as good reports now ns he did before the wires wore cut by the Chicago board. "We continue to receive our regular reports from Floyd , " said one of the dealers , "just tlio same ns though nothing bad occurred. How or whcro he gets them , I don't know , but lie gets them. They never can shut us off , and it is roily ror them to attempt to do so. " Another dealer made about the same state- nient. "We are gelling just as good reports right along as wo did before. It is nothing more than an attempt of a big bucket shop to kill off Ibo little ones , but it will not suc ceed. " . Yesterday being Good Friday there was no market in Chicago and consequently no re ports were received. St. Patrick's Pills have given me better satisfaction than any others. M. II. Proud- foot , Druggist , Granada , Colorado. IIItKWKKS OPPO.SH IT. Ono ol'tlio Ilcasons AVhy Annexation is Retarded. The South Omaha annexation committee has been on n still bunt nnd lias , it thinks , bagged its game. At the meeting at the Paxton hotel Thursday all the packers and half a do/en or the leading merchants were represented. The deliberations lasted for two or. three hours and at Ibo close of the session tlio South Omaha men expressed themselves in favor of annexation and willing to support it. The figures presented by the committee were or tlio most exhaustive and convincing character and mathematically demonstrated to the suburban visitors that the argument or taxation was overwhelmingly in favor or Omaha. This is considered by the committee a great step towards the realization or their hopes. The great opposition will come from the brewers or Omaha and the saloon element or Soulb Omaha. They arc afraid that the $1,000 llcenso will kill some of the South Omaha saloons and so cut into their trade. Judge Gin'cn'H Ilccommcndntton , Hon. James 1) ) . Glflln , judge of the Eighth judicial district of Iowa , says : "It gives mo pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's Heine- dies because I do no from actual experience in the use of them in my family. I refer particu larly to Chamberlain's Cough Hciucdy , which I think unexcelled by any other. " 3IO1CK THAN JjilO.OOO Slay Yet Ite Demanded Tor the Post- ollloo Doflcit. Byron Kced says that bo docs not believe the bondsmen Tor tlio postolllco silo will have to pay any of Ibo expenses 'incurred in con demning llie same until the government shall n ave paid the same , and that is the time for Iho bondsmen to reimburse the government. In case the Folsoms , who ask Tor n larger appraisal secure the sumo in the courts , Mr. Heed acknowledges that the bondsmen will have to make good the sumo. This places Mr. Heed in a peculiar position. Ho is one or the bondsmen for the postofllco Mto and altorney-in-fact for the Folsoms , who are lighting for a larger appraisal , if ho se cures nn increased award for his client ho must p.iy pail ot the same out of bis own pocket. _ To Nervous Debilitated 3I n. If you will send us your address we will send you Dr. Dye's Celebrated A'ollaic Belt and Appliances on trial. They will quickly resloro you lo vigor , manhood and health. Pamphlet free. VOLTAIC BUI.T Co. , Marshall , Mich * > , Dr. Birnoy , practice limited toeatarrh- ah diseases of nose and throat. Boo blilg. AVtinlH the City to P y. The electric llghls at the high school grounds are not being lighted because the old contract hns run out. The mailer was re ferred lo the committee on buildings and property from the board of education , but that committee recommended that the city council bo asked to stand Iho e.xpcnso , as a consequence , no new contract has been made. The former contract for two years , which only expired on February l. > , read that the city should pay half amiho board half of the expense of the light. A God-Send to UN Family. "We regard Chamberlain's Pain Balm as a "Gild-send'1 lo our family , " says Mr. W. L. Carin'iitor of Arbela , Mo. Thrco Mi-cent bottles tles of it cared his daughter of intlammatorv rheumatism with which Mio bad been severely - verely nUlicted. For Milo by all druggists. CIOLKSTIALS IN COUUT. They Appeal IVir Protection to Can- cnsliui Law. Almond eyes , pig lails , blue coals nnd brass buttons were the conspicuous features of district court room yesterday morning. Thocaso of the stale vs. John M. Mulcaby alias George Wilson was up for trial. The complain- Int ; witness , Leo Quong , is a bland and child like celestial who keeps a laundry. I lo does not speak English and an Interpreter talked for him. On March 15 , ho informed the Jury , the " defendant , velly bad man , came to him"nnd smolo him , not only on both cheeks but on nearly every part of his nnatomv and , bitter est blow of all , forcibly confiscated $50 of his hard earned money. Ed McGee , who was allowed to enter the plea of guilty of petty larceny , \ \ as hcntenccd lo lUtccn day. In Iho county Juil and to pav the cost or prosecution. The jury in the case of State vs Davis brought In it verdict of not guiltv. The de fendant Leo had previously pleaded guilty and the evidence entirely exonerated Davis. In the Mueller Music company case a ver dict was rendered for thodofcmlnnl. 'Iho btato against Frank Calhoun has been continued till next term and the defendant released on a Iwnd for $100. Dr. Joseph McMaiilgal has entered suit against the county commissioners for profes sional services in making post mortem exam inations in ton cases , amounting to fcStt. August Stlcsol bos sued Lars Hanson nnd others for a balance duo on n contract for the construction of a house. William N. Allen has brought suit against George W. Mclntlro , Lydlu H. Mclnllro and other persons holding claims aguinst these two to rtelraln said defendants from dispos ing of a dozen lots la Dundee Plaeo iold bv the Patrick bind company to Mclntlro ami his wife , who are alleged to bo without means to pay the money duo on the realtv re ferred to. Judge Wakeley granted divorces to the fol lowing partcs. yesterday : Ada ( Jiml from William S , Guru , on the ground of cruelty ; Amelia Olson from Neb Olson , on the ground of desertion ; Joseph Stnuuk from Amelia Stnnnk , on the ground of adultery. Mary Bab blngton from Ed Babblngton , on the grown of cruelty and drunkenness. Babblnpton wn : convicted In the district court a short tlnu ago for assaulting his wife with a hatchet am knocking her down. Judge Wakely , win sentenced Babbington to jail , Issued an oiilci restraining him from Interfering with hit wife In any way. Two weeks ago , however , ho went to the bouse and assaulted her , but the neighbors Interfered and put him out , Clement L. Hart has brought suit acalnst Thomas H. Coppinger to recover W > , alleged to bo the balance due on the purchase or lot J In Hart's addition In 1SST , the purchase prleo being $1,500. , County Court. Mrs , Bridget Thompson was yesterday ap- lioinlcd administratrix or the estate of Fenton T hompson , deceased. ' Two suits were commenced ngaln t O. H. Mack & Co. yesterday ; one by HmanuclColin ofNew York for fcWt.v , and another by the Consolidated cigar company for SVJr.oO , both on account. Keep some Cook's extra dry imperial cham pagne in your ice chest ; It'ssplemlld for com. pany for dinner. _ MTKHAK Y YOUNG MKN. They Are Led Into Discussion liy Dean Gardner. Dean Gardner of Trinity cathedral bad long fostered the thought that some day ho would organize a club In the parish , with n view to bringing the young men of bis con gregation Into closer relationship , and at the same time form nn association , wherein the leading sectarian , social , literary nnd po litical Issues of the day might be discussed. AVitb this end In view the dean four weeks ngo issued Invitations to some twenty of the leading young men of bis congregation to meet him nt the deanery and join in an in formal literary entertainment. Tills was , done ns n kind of experiment and with some misgivings ; but , as the young men came forward so promptly , and seemed lo thoroughly enjoy themselves , the dean , tw weeks later , again InVitcdtbem , and proposed to them the organization of "The Club. " This was received with .general sat- isfnctlon. and Ihc club was straightway or ganized , and , as one of tlio young men , being in the secret , bad prepared nn nblo paper on Gladstone , the article was read and offered an immediate theme for discussion. At the conclusion of the reading , the dean opened a general informal discussion , which was in dulged in by all present , and towards the end became very interesting , Inasmuch us several ardent lories had nn opportunity to give full sway to their pet theories. These , of course , clashed with several warm adherents or the opposition , mid the way these young gentle men bandied words and answered arguin cuts showed that tlio club possesses material , which , IT properly developed , will place it in an enviable position as a literary organiza tion. During ibc evening , Mrs. Dean Gardner , who possesses-u matchless faculty in making her visitors feel thoroughly at ease , invited the gentlemen to refreshments , which were daintily served and fully enjoyed by all pres ent. ent.Later llie club organized , on the lines above mentioned , with the following oflicers and charter members : President , Frank L. Ilaller ; vice presidents. J. B. Sbeean , J. A. Hobiuson and F. E. Smith ; secretary and treasurer , AVilllnm F. Baxter ; executive committee , the Dean cx- oflicio , A. Acbeson , J. Hill , Clement Chase , Frank Ilaller , J. B. Shceaii and W. F. Bax ter ; the remaining charter members being G. L. Messurier , E. Jcluison , II. Hetb , D. H. Smith , G. W. Tues , Marburg , Wills , Nyc , Potter , Alford , Cnldcr and H. Baxter. The next meeting or the club will be held this evening at the residence or Mr. Ltningcr , nnd ns all the members are very enthusiastic n profitable and entertaining evening is anticipated , the subject under dis cussion being 'The world's fair , in its relation to the benefits to bo derived bv commerce and the industries of the United States. " Miles' Nerve nnd Liver Pills. An important discovery. They act on the liver , stomach and bowels through tbo nerves. A new principle. They speedily euro billiousncss , bad lasle , torpid liver , piles and constipation. Splendid for men , women and children. Smallest , mildest , surest. : iu doses for ' . ' . " > cents. Samples frco at Kuhn & Co.'s , 15th and Douglas. State Firemen's Tournament. Chief Galligan yesterday received the oftK cial programme of the Nebraska State Fire men's tournament , to bo held at Plattsmouth Juno 21,25 and 0 , at which over $ -,500 in prizes are offered. It is ns follows : ria T n.vv Ti-KStiAv , .HIM : 21. 10:00 : a.in. Hcception of visiting firemen. 11:00 : a.m. Meeting of board of control. 2:00 : p.m. Green book and ladder nice. Purse , $150. First prize , $100 ; second prize , * 50. 50.l:00 ! : p.m. Chiefs race , 100 yards. To rast- est , 25 badge. Slowest , leather badge. ! ( : : ) p.m. Forty-two class. Purse , $200. First prize , $150 ; second prize , $50. Evening Grand firemen's ball. sucoxn I > .VY wii : > NisiAY : , Jtxi : 25. 10:00 : a. m. Grand parade. Best uniformed and appearing company , handsome banner and badge. 2:00 : p. in. Green hose race. Purse $1.50. First prize , $100 ; second prize , $50. ! l :00 : ] > . m. State book and ladder race. Purse , W50. First prize and championship belt , $200 ; second prize , $100 ; third prize , $5(1. ( 4 p. m. State hose race. Pnri > o , $ ! I50. First prize , $200 and championship cart ; second end prize , $100 ; third prl/e , $50. 4Up. : ! ) m. Ladder climbing. Contest to mlcs. Prize , $ ' . ' . " > badge. Evening Grand opera nt tbo opera bouse. Tiiian HAY TiifitRiiAv , .nNi:2ii. : 10:00 : n. m. Pompclr Corps Contest. Parse , $75. Flint pri/e , $50 ; second prize , $25. 11 : IX ) a. in. Grand free-for-all water test. Handsome $25 badge. 1 ; " 0 ] ) . m. Hose race , free-for-ull. Purse , $100. First , pri/o , $1100 ; second prize , $1X ( ) . 210 : ! p. m. Hook and ladder race , freo-for- nil. Purse , $100. First prize , $300 ; .second prize , $ KK ) . ! ) : ! ) p. m. Couplers contest or rules. Pri/.e , two $25 badges. The pmgmmmo bears the following foot note : "Como nnd join us. If you can't do anything else , get up a green hose or book and ladder team , or , IT possible , a free-for-all learn. We shall furnish iimplo accommoda tions ror all apparatus on the grounds , and our city , with its magnificent hotels , will bo nblo to accommodate all who ceme. " ChoIcner'H. For first class photographs g ° to Cholconcr. Cabinets & 1 per dox. Now is the tlmo to htvvo the llttlo ono's photo taken. ' No. 1500 Douglas bt. , next to Falconor's. Death oOIrH. Mrs. Mary Porter Farrand Rogers , mother or Mrs , Thomas L. KImball , died at the Kimball - ball residence yesterday morning. Mrs. Rogers was the widow or the Into N. I1. Rogers or Plymouth , N. II. She was ninety- three years or ago and has lived in Omaha since Ib71. The funeral services will bo held Sunday afternoon at a o'clock at Mr. Klin- bull's residence. 33ETTER THAN GOLD. HESTORED HER HEALTH. For SS years I tuffercd from boll * , crjtlptlas end other blocxl affecUoni , taking during that time gtrut quactltle * of illflercut medlcloct with out r-lrlns mo eny jwrccptltlo rtlltf. Friend * InJuccd mo to try 8. a. S. It Improved mo front tbo etart , uid alter taking tt\ral bottlet , re- ttorvd my health far na I could liopo for tu my agv , which U now ecvcDty-flvo yean. MB . 8. M. Lucia , Howling Green , Ky. Trtlliic on Illnod ami t > kla DItcuca mailed free , 8WUT B1' CU'W CO. , AUmta , Oik ItKiMiperlorcicellence proven In millions of homos for inure limn n quarter of n century , it In n i-il liy Iho lulled Stntes ( iovurnment. Kndorjcil by the lienils of the ( treat fnlversltles us the Slroncest , Purest midmost llenUhful. Dr Prleo'a 1'roam llnk- Inu Powder does not emitnln Ammonia , l.lmo or Alum. Sold iinlv in rnn . rittcl : IIAKI.NO POWIIKU ro. NIW : VOIIK. CIIUAIIU. sAxriiAxciseo. ST t.ouis. 1408 I'AIINAM STIIKKT , OMAHA. Ntu. : 11'nxton Hotel. ) 0111 co hours , 9 . m. to p. ni. Sumlnjrs , 10 n , ID. to 12iii. Specialists In Chronic , Nervous , Skin nnd lllooil Dlce.ises. f iT'Consultntlon nt olllco or by mnll free. Me < H- clues > ent byniHllur o.\iress | , cucmely packed , Iroo from observation , Ciunrtintccs tocuru quickly , eafo- ly nnd iicriuanently. Piicrmatorrhu'a. Poinl- Ynrvniic llnKilihr ACIVOUS lJCIllliyuii,0ssos.rsMKhlEnils- ) , , tlon. . I'liyslcnl decay. nrHiiK from Indiscretion , ex cess or Indulgence , pruducliiK sleeplessnesi. despon dency , pimples on the face , aversion to society , entity dlsconniKcd , lack of colldence , dull , unlit for study or business , and lluds life n burden. Safely , perma nently ami privately cured. Consult lrs. Hells & Bolls , 141)8 ) L'urmiiu struct , Omnlia , Neb. Blood and Skin Diseases. Ms" , ! * . ? terrllilo In Its results , completely eradicated without tlio aid of mercury. Sx-rofula , erysipelas , lever sore , blotchei , ulcers , pain * In tlio head and bones , syphil itic soru throat , moiiUi mid toiiKne , catarrh , etc. , permanently cured nhcrc othcrj have failed. ITriiiirirnnrt llbidder romplalnts , uiinaiyi'ainfui. nuiieuit , too frequent Imrnlneor bloody nrlno , urlno liluli colored or with mllKy sediment on standing , weaklmck , ion- orrhiea , uleet , cystitis , etc. Promptly and safely cured. Charues reasou.sablc. T > T fT T T "P T ? ! I Guaranteed -KlV l UIVH , permanent t ) u r e . r e - moval complito without cutting , caustic or dlllntloir Cures effected at homo by patients without n mo ment's pain orunnoynnce. Young Men and -Middle- Aged Men. A 11 KMriTKM ? Tll ° ! UVfl11 rrccts of /i. O U 1XL L IVLv tm-jy vice , ivblcli In-liiRs organic n-cnkiios * , . destroying both mind nud body , with all Its dreadful Illviiermancntly cnicd. ? niJTT < I Address these who bavo im- \O. lls J 1O paiied themselves by im proper Indulitcnccs and solitary ) iibll : , which ruin both body ami mind , unllttlii them for business , btudy or marrhiKo. .M.MIIIIII : ) JIK.v , qr those enlejlm : on that happy life , awiiro of physical debility , quickly assisted. OUR SUCCESS Is based upon facts , Ilrst , practical experience ; second end , every caMi Is especially Mmllcd , thus starling nrlKht : third , medicines are prepared In our own la boratory exactly to suit each case , thus elTectlni ! cures without Injury. 5 ! * Seml ti cent * postnce for celebrated works on Chronic , Nervous and Delicate Dl.-easos. Thousands cured. Itf A friendly letter or call may save > ou future sutTcrlnc and shame , and add golden years to life. S'rfXf ) letters answered unless accompanied by 4 cents hi stamps. Addrcfcv or call on IJiiB. BMTTS & BHLTTS. H08 1'AIINAM SrilKBT , OMAHA , NlMI. "lou must pro in llornimlu. u von do mil I Mill not he roponsl- lilt ) ( or the ciin.seiiuMiec.s. | " Hut. floutur , I cnu sill.ird neither tlio ( line nor tlio money. " " AVell , It Unit is Impossible , try OF PUKE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL. I sometimes call II Hci'iimdii Hot- tied , mill many cases < if HronchitiSf Cougher or SVn iY Cold I Imvo < TIHIJ : Midi It ; mul tlio nilvniitavru Is Unit tliu most sensi tive stouuu-li can lisUo It. Another lliliiK > vlilcii ( oiiiineiiils It l.t tliu stliniilntlnvr iiropiTtlcs ol the lly- poiliiisihtet ivlilcli It ediilaliis. You M'lll llnil It fiir sale at jour UriiK Ist'N hut , hi > u you pri-t tlio original KCO'1V1"N ICSIIIIXION. " GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TRADE MARK Tin : ( i Hi : l T TRADE MARK KXi.I.lsn Ill'M- IIIY : Aniinlull- lnn cure for Sem inal Weakness , Spormatorrhiva , Impotency and nil diseases that fallow as n so- miriieo of self- AlllllH | | S I.IISS BEFORE TAKIHD/vcwn'iKitm'ip ' ; AFTER TAXIND. 'nln 111 the Hack. Illmness of Vision. 1'remnturoOld AKC , and many olhtrillseascs that lead to Insanity or consumption ami a nramaturi'Krave. ti Kull paitlciilara In our immplet , whlnli wo do- Irti lo semi free liy mnll In every one. f'Thu S-pei'l- le medicine Is solduitl per package , or six packuKCi or 15 , or will lie sent Jfreo by mall on Iho receipt of ho money , hy addrrwdiiK TIM : ( ioon.MAN nurci ro. . 110 KAIINAM STIIHET , - - OMAIM. N'r.n. ( in nci'ount of cnnnlerfelts , wo Imvo iiduptcd Iho Yellow Wrapper. Iho only genuine. INVESTMENTS THAT WILL. NET 100 Per Cent Profit IN SIX MONTHS. TALLAPOOSA , - G A. , A Yankee City Under Southern Sun , HUH now In ( munition anil miller roiislruc- Inn , Ittclvo IIIHV iiuiniifacturlliL ! Inilusti Ics. niiiln ) IIIK noiuly l.ViO lianilN anil many niuro iniliT negotiation. ThU niriiiis that leal c- > - u te and htoi'Uu will tlonlilo In nliiuiiitlix. . .Now Utliti tlinu to liiMHt. us price * will ad- uiioo SJ PIT cent by April Utli. I'ui1 partlou- ar addicsn lliu 'allapoosa Land , Mining and MCfi Co. , Tallapoosn , Gn. C. O. WALLANDUR , Agent. 7O2Cummg St. , Omnha , Nob. Tins week will be a memorable one for the Hoys. Monday morning , we begin a most extraordinary special sale of Hoys' Clothing , the greatest that has ever taken place in our establishment. We will continue this through the entire week and parents will be well repaid by coming to us this week for an liaster outfit , for their Hoys. An immense stock of stylish and serviceable Hoys' Suits , from one uf the best makers in the country will be offered at tempting prices. We shall sell , 1,000 Hoys' blue sailor Hlousc Suits , with fancy embroidered collar , ages , * 1 to 10 years , at 60c. 350 Hoys' Knee Pant Suits , in two patterns , one a plain dark mixed , the other a light colored plaid , of serviceable material and tasty make , at $1.50. 750 Hoys' Knee Pant Suits , in elegant Cheviots and Cassimcres , strictly all wool and fashionable pat terns , coats arc nicely pleated , and suits throughout well and stylishly made. These Suits are usually sold for $5.00 and $0.00 , we give them this week as an liaster offering for $2.90. A large variety of handsome Jersey Suits at $2.75 , $3.25 , and one lot with handsomely embroidered fronts , at $3..90. Equally astonishing values will be offered this week in long pant suits , sizes from 13 to 18. The following we name as special bargains. 150 excellent and fashionable Cheviot Suits , at1.00 worth fully $6.50. 100 very fine black Cheviot Suits , very stylish garments , for young men and elegant fitting" for $0.90. These suits could not be bought elsewhere for less than $10.00 or $12.00. Come and get one of our beatiful Haster Souvenirs this week. Corner Douglas and Fourteenth Streets , "To cultivate sympathy you must be among living crea tures and thinking about them ; and to cultivate admir ation you must be among beautiful things and looking at them" The last clause of the above is the one to which we would particularly call your atten tion. Probably Ruskindid not have wearing apparel in mind when he wrote it , nevertheless what there is beautiful in that line we can certainly show you. NEGKWBHR For Easter has come to be a feature and we have spared no pains in making our line complete. We have all the novelties of both foreign and domestic manufacture. Gloves Etc Hosiery , , From all the best makers. If you will afford us the op portunity we will also be glad to show you our well selected stock of Men's spring suits. Men's spring overcoats. Boys' and children's suits and overcoats. NO RIBBON Pcrinancnl Alignment SPEED , Strength. Sold Under n POSITIVE GUAR ANTEE. GEO. H. SMITH & CO. , Oi'iionil AuonlsNobrubUii anil Iinvu. 81O S. IGlh St. , - - Omnha ' ? Opcra IIUYD .1 IIAVNKS , XlaniiKcrs. Monday , Tucsday&Vk'cdnclllay , Apr. 7-8-9 "TIIK ( IIIIJAT SIIAKKSI'IJUIAN KVI..NT" MARIE WRINWRIOHT In n MnnnlHrPiil I'rodiiitlon of Twelfth Niffht Nine Exquisite Scenes. Magnificent Costumes. Gorgeous Furniture. llPkMiltir iirlri-n ffiin "I ' " ' I' " ' " " Eden Week of Monday , March 81. , IllHlllUbl | ) VIlllIKO Of SAN- : : BAN Direct from Yeddo. 2 Stages. 2 Theaters. > 73 Oni- Wine Admib tu All. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST. "Hy n Ilioronch knnwInlKP nf llie linlnrnl l.iw : uhlcli fovi'rn the oi'prntlnli'Mir ili rstlnii iilnl nutrl Hon. and by n careful ! ! | > | ilrntlnn ] uf tlic llni1 proper tit" * dioll [ M'leeU'il I'ucoii. Mr I'l'i' * has provided oui I Lrunktiift taldi'.s wllli H ileMeiilely ( lavoied lie\erai : ( ' nlilfliiuny snve n many | IIMIV > doctor1' ' Mll . It I ; liy tin1 judicious use of Midi nrtlrli'o vf diet Hint i constitution may l > c crmliiMll > lunlt up until Mroni riioiiKh to resl t e\ery tendency to dl ei : e. Hun- drcMln of tf little maladies tire lloit't ! UK around us iend > to nttack wlierever tliere Is a weak point.Vi > inn ) escape many 11 latal shaft liy KecpliiK ourselves wel furtllled nlth pure lilonil and a properly nuuilalivi Iraiue. " Civil Service ( larctte. Made simply \\illibolllnK wiiti'ror milk. Sold nnlj In half iiouiul tins , by h'luccr * . lulu led lliu : ' ' - nIli'inii'piitlilo \ l l l.diidnn. nii GOLD MEDAL. PARIS , 1870. W. UAKEIl & CO.'S Js nbfoliilrlinro anil it in soluble. No arc used In itj preparation. It hnt morn t\an fA 'tt Minn ike nrtngtvt L\H-oa lauctl n'tli ' t-tarrh , Armuruut or Su ar , ami it linn fin1 lar tnurc cconotulcal , tottiny iff * than cnt ( n\t \ a en p. It If Ucarnilii , tiouri hil p , ttrcti lliciunp , 1-A- PIi.Y Dir.rbTLi > , and Bilmirably ndnpttil for linahdi m Mill ai pcriou * lu litattb. Sold bydrocors W. BAKER & CO. , Dorchester , Mass LLAHLINEOGEAN STEAMERS Passage to and from Great Britain and an parts ol Eurono. Montreal-Liverpool route , by the waters ol St. Lawrence , shortest of all. ( Jliwcow to ISoBton , to I'lillnilolnliin. Liverpool to nnil from Baltimore. Thirty Steamers. Clnxa uxcolfllor. Accommodations unsurpassed. Weekly sailings. AM.AN A < U > . , Gen. West. AR'tfl. C. J. Sundcll , > unat . IIS La Snllo St. , Chicago ! 111. I'lio llirk'usl. lunteM ii'id tlniii-v In llio wurlii iicoommudnllunB unuiccllcJ. ii I.lvei-iinnl ylii < ) nir.ni.loivii. The I'olL-lirnted I The rinent Sloani-l Cll v of Jtomc I thin In IhoorlJ.I Now York to Glasgow via Am-liorlii April fitliiriiun-s - - - ; - . . Ethiopia \pill I''lh.Deuiiila. . April M 8 MOON , swo.MM'i.A" nnd * n i IIM.I : It ATI "n lime.st teilll" . i\elllil"ll : tleUeln ledlired. IllIU o available to letnrn l > > ullher tlio I'leuiri'iqmt I IjiU- iind Norlli ( if Ireland , or Illver .Merce > and South f Ireland , or Naples or lilluallar. l\ITIIllll.M. : TO I'AIIIM Oil I'OXTIM'M * l. I'OI I' ' " mi ln e-t teinis. 'I'r.ivelern1 < lienlnr l.eller "i Ciedlt and llralti for liny niimunl nl lonoit current rates. Ai | | > l > to any ol the local iiKCiits or to mNDKISON : [ IIUOS. , Clili-iiKO. UN. II. S. UAI.L , II. V. Slinmnn , C. II. MAIIIJS , Union 1'aclHc Heput. State Line. To Glasgow , Belfast , Dublin and Liverpool. PitoM N'nu'vuitic ivi-iiYTiiiriSiAY. : : ! Cabin piibhiiKifcll lot-V1. iiri-niilliig to locution of t-lulc IIMIIII. Sti-'ornso to ami fn n Knnipo at Lowest Hates. AUSTIN IIAI.DWIN X < 'l > . . ( ieiii'liilKunU ' , Kl llioaihvny. New \ nrl > . Jno. lllesen , ( Jeneiul U'ili > in Ai | ; > iit. Itil lianilolpli btii-ut. Hairy 1) ) . Muuius , Thus. Ciinnu. The only safe and palnlp--1 * mptli"il < > t ' \ - ractln im > tli. anil Iho only mcllmcl "f I"1' ' " ' ; itg lei'ililthout ( il.ili' , ifiimlnliiK oifun and Uutuulu. DR. HAUGHAWOUT , l. ' 'j ' liiitiKluii.st , Uiniha. F1IRB ! FRESH ! ! ELICIOUS11 ! BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES , Onlrr.ty \ Mull nnd l.iprui ulllrcctltv 1'ruuipl uuj furrttl Altiulluu. JBI Stale SIChlcago , 8UFFKUKUS FliOM .Venom Hi-Mill v. Voullifiil InilUrrrlluiit. I.IHI Mniiliooil , B8VourOwn Physician ! Many men , fiout the rfTecta of jmitliful InifTUiicriU' , hart * lirniiKhl nlMiut n ntati > nf tern oo much n < * to induct * almost Miry . 5t-irjthnnylon : coon , 1-2 drachm. jL'ruth'liin , 12 tlraehiii. Itflont.vi lUuica , 1 i .t. - l.oni > ocK nry forttiLMvitlenttotnkc twopllU nt lM * < Ufm < Mnnkhi7tlintiniU'rthm ; < A < lJiy. . . rtl life timl ittor. nteconstantU ttttvfrlptnf letters of 1 u-Inti\o t > > this rvnusly , \ \ * \nmihl } ' > I \i , by remitting ? l n rciirvly swui i > o . - nt ; cotitnlnlni ? u'j j.illa : , ran. fully ruin i < jiomvlitttMU IH > rent h > iclum mnll f mm i our private Inltumt'iry ' , nr wo uiUfuiiiMi 0 ' Mack am" * , which willcurumosleatwa , for85- At I tires * orcAll on ( lew England Medical Institute , 2 1 Tr.111(1111 How. lloilnii , Mn . CVpirluht. iw , liy I' . K. Iliti rn. } j * * < * - - ELECTRIC _ . . . . HATENTFOAUC. 10 , 1887 , IMPROVED JULY 3C. 1889. . M v > O-A. . . . - jioALVAKJOBOIiyilEtT ! , / . ' bUSI-ENKOHY l Hheumatfc Coin- - Kidney Ntrvou nfi . _ , Eriual Er- . , . linuttion , V/attlng p ( Body. Dls' . ltfJ. , piijsj canted by Indlicrctiocc in Youth , An ' : ' - ' ' Murritrtor Flrglnl.lfp. trriiii.vT TO unrmsiiii.K n.tmNox HIIIIUHIRIAU Tftv A I'Ain OK ri CPTPIP lUcni c6 rnii * DR. OWEN'S tLcliinlb lrioULtoninii' Mi. Alsonn Itloctrlo Trues nntl Rait ComhlncU. ffiitlPc. t > oilnce frr rKiiKllliut'dl'nolc.Z'M ' PAKIH , * Meh wit' ' la cut you I n | > lnlni alrd rntrloii * UrutioulhUjiHiii /ililrrft * OWEN Er.ECTKIC 1JELT & APPLIANCE CO. 3OO North ] ) rnr.ilwuy. HT. l.OUIU , MO. 620 liroailwuy. 1IISW YOIUC CITY. THE BEST FOR TIME RAILROAD KEEPERS SERVICE. CANT ° WATCH CASCf S'HI0. . MANUF'G CO jf The LARGEST WATCH FACTORIES In the World .for I-OBTor FAILING WANHOOpi aeneral nd NEUVOUfl BtDILITYi WetkueaiorBodyandUind , ElfccU _ ofErrorsorEicenealnOlilorYounf. t * MO MOO ! ) roll ? llnturrd. lion lofbliri * tkil , mkl'SI > * -fll.OIT.III > llyl\S'il' IITBIJMtull } . bi fl | uiwil IIIIMK TllUTlK T-U..lli I. . i , , . Tin milltinst ( U ItUUi anil I r > Un ( ojolrln. Urllr Urii. KiulDll" llool. .irlanitloo.nd proift mill. J ( oil , ill , n , \tiitu ERIE MEDICAL co. , BUFFALO , H , v. TO WKABC RulT'Tiiu frnMi tin' 1'ificlHi.r XHllhrill rrfm , I'nr < irrnt uic IMU v < IlKIll H. > ( , | IM | | IIUIIHH | | ( | . . tr 1 \ \ ill M-nil' \uua- ( > > tr. atlMl 'M-nli'il ' * hlll > liin ( ult iiariiMiiiio I' t hinimuri' I'lll'.i : "f linri'i A , il , n.ii'l ninl.i nl > v , rk khoulil ! ' ri'inl l i > iry limn ) irt UN uiul 1'rof. The Well Known Is unsiirpaixeil in tlio treatment of ui > iMtiitu * f I'm \ ATfc IMM.AHI.S mul hlrlclnru * a cine cuuiunlrtil. liiiiiileni | y. ! " ' ' Manliuinl and uiiilnlixii Hleilllt V [ > r llarruiini-ni nl > ulutely cured Hvnd fur Ijouk * . "Tim l.lfuHiu-iul , ' l"r .Mnn or Woiiian , eueli IDit-nta ( rlani | " . NITTMUS Feiunlu IIUc'l ; ei cuifd iinlckljr nnd piTMiinieiillTrvalniLnt br eoire | i.iiilenci , r IIIIMIII fur reply I'mmiltiUInn free. nuciifu.r ) [ 'or UUi and Juck un trcut , Omulin , Nubw AOOOUHH H , I.uwyur , l-'l Ileuil/cii , Ht t ( ' ; - > " ' ) > ears' bm-t't"j ! > fij ( | nuciifu.