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8 THE OIMAIIA DAILY BEE , WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 20 , 1890
THE CITY , Charlie , tlio son of C. S , Illggins , Is tcriounl.v 111. Dr , mid Mrs. lilnrt deslro to ihnnk tholrfrlcmlH for tissiHtanco and Byinpu- thy in tholr rccont bereavement , Shorlll Boytl loft yesterday for Lin coln In custody of William Slilnp , who will do flvo yearn In the pontlcntiury for ( hooting with In tout to kill , The democrats of the Sovontli ward will moot lit 1212 1'nrk nvonuo tonlirht to discuss tlm running qualities of the various candidates for the council. The democratic central commilloo has named John McWorry judffo , and J. J. Sherlock nnd Patrick Burke aa clerks for the Fifth ward at the coming primary election. The cnso of the Sluto n iilnst John S. Million , the man who hist summer UH- etuillcd and resisted a South Omaha policeman will bo culled lu Judge Clurlc- ton'suoui't today. In the district court the Omalia Na tional bunk him biouglit suit in roploviii agtiltnb John P. lioyd , as HhorilT , to ro- covcr possession of a quantity of lumber owned by Wince to & lllloy. An early morning Ijlu/.o slightly dam- nfjcd a nuiiiber of sheds at Herman Deis' ' brickyard , corner of Fourteenth Locust streets. A still alarm called out No. 0 hose companywhich oxtlngulbhed the flumes. Ed. IIowolls brands the report that ho IB but of the councllmanlac rueo In the Seventh ward as n base fabrication. Ho Bays thai lie is a btnyor , and Islbo oliolco of a largo number of the demo crats of the ward. On last Saturday afternoon Mr. Thud. \V. Hill , of this city \vtis married to MihuSuilo Uiico of i'coria , 111. , by Kov. John Williamson of tlio Central united Presbyterian church. The happy couple will reside in this city. Somehody put a railroad torpedo on tlio street ear track on Fifteenth street , near Farnain , yesterday , and a coal wagon Hlruckit , exploding it with n re port aa * loud as that of a cannon. The noise attruulod a thousand pcoplo to the spot.Daniel Daniel Lynch of Merino , \Vyo. , died Monday , aged fifty years. IIo was a brother of P. W. Lynch , jailer of Douglas county , and Jlrs. M. Mlchaolson of this city , both of whom huvogono for the remains , which will bo interred in this city. Judge Ilolsloy devoted an hour yes terday to i hearing1 ovldonco in the case of tlio state vs Ualsteadwho Is charged with stealing money and diamonds from Badlo Jennings. The case Is boln" tried on the installment plan , and will bo taken up as judicial patchwork. .Too Lopard , a Union Pacific brakeman - man , lost an overcoat yesterday after noon while taking a Rltiss o ! beer with eouio friends In Hilly Ilawloy'ti saloon on Douglys street , near Twelfth. Ho threw . tbo garment over the ruU of tlio counter whllo ho chatted for a moment. "When ho reached for It live minutes later it was gone. Articles of Incorporation of the Joseph Garnoau Cracker company were filed with the county clerk yesterday. The incorponxtors arc Joseph Garnoau , Sr. , Joseph. Garncn.ii , Jr. , and James W. Garnoau. The capital stock Is $75,000 , divided into 100 shares of $100 each , and the business of the comgany ia to carry on the munufaeturo and sulo of broad , crackers and pasty. Complaint has boon made that the poundmaster frequently leaves the pound without an attendant at night , and that parties who go there to recover their stock are compelled to wait for hours , and often have to make another visit. The chief of pollco has "been requested to look Into the matter , as the waiting Block owners make the cuty jail a lounc- ing place to the annoyance of the olll- cers. "When , from any cause , tUo diaestlvo nnd eecrotory organs become disordered , thoj may bo stimulated to healthy action by Uu use of Ayor's Cathartic Pills. Those pills are prescribed by the physicians , and uro foi sale at all the drugstores. KNOCKS OUT CINCINNATI. OinahnTa'kcs tlio xKtim Hontliiunrters A'wny from I'orkopolls. The JEtna Insurance company of Hartford Conn. , is another larfco insurance corporatior wulch lias bclcctca Oniahaas the place for lli western headquarters. For years the agency of this company foi this section , lias been at Cincinnati , O. , bu it will soon bo moved to this city. Mr.V. \ . H. Wyrann has 'already rentci spacious apartments in this city , and tin manager's agents and clerks will come on a once. There will bo about twenty of them The contract for fitting up the rooms ha : been let to A. II. Andrews of Chicago. Do not talco any chnnco of being poisoned o burned to death with liquid stpvo polish paints or enamels in bottles. The "Hlsini Bun Steve Polish'1 is safe , odorless , brilliant thochcapcst and best stove polish made am the consumer pays for no expensive tin o glass package with every purchase. Students' Aid Society , Miss Jesslo P. Smith , chairman , ol th < committee on the announcement of scholar ships of Vassar college , announces in a clrcu lar letter to the press that n scholarship o 1200 Is ofTorcd by tbo Vassar students' all aocloty to a student who passes wlthou conditions , all the requirements for admla nlon to the freshman class of Vassar , at th examinations to bo held in Juno , IS'Jl. ' TUIs scholarship , llko that awaidcd hy th society last June , Is offered as a loan , am covers one-half of all charges mode by Vns sar college for one year's ooimt and tuition. Examinations will bo held in Chicago Denver , Cleveland , Cincinnati , St. Louis Washington , Louisville , Detroit , Omatu Baa Francisco , and it necessary , arrange meats may bo made for examinations In othe localities. Applications for this scholarship must u mndo before May 1,1891. Hero is an opportunity for some 0 in all Klrl to lay the foundation for a liberal cduci tlcn. Children Enjoy the pleasant flavor , gcntlo action and snotl lug effects of Syrup of Figs , when lu need ( sa laxative , and it the father ov mother I costlvo or bilious the roost gratifying result follow Its xiso , so that It is the best fiunil remedy known and every family should hav Rbottle. . Closed t.'io Store , B. Newman , the clothing man at 11-lSout Fifteenth , street yesterilay mortgaged h stock of goods to the Omaha National ban to secure the payment of live notc < i , amoun Ingto ? I5,000. immediately after lilinp tl mortgage the bntik toott possession and close tbo store. i Albright's Choice , great bargains. The only railroad train out of Onmli run o.xprossly lor the accommodation < Omaha , Council Blurts , Das Molnos an Chicago business ia the Rook Island ve tlhulod limited , loiwlng Omaha at 4:1 : p. m. dally. Ticket olllco , 1002 Slxtoont and Furnani sta , Omaha. Dr. Dlrnoy euros catarrh , Boo bldg The now ofllcos of the Great Roc Island route , 1G02 Sixteenth and Furuu streets , Omaha , are the lluost In tUo clt Call and BOO them. Tickets to all poin cast at lowest rates. Albright's ' Choice , junction TUB SECIALi BAM : . Clrnrlng Out llnys' nnd Girls' Itose At the Morse dry goods company Is now taking place ; wo olTcr boys' heavy fast black school hose , Iflo a pair , sizes 7 , 71 , 0 , 01 Inch. Heavy French -Ibbed hose , till sizes , suitable for girls and hoys , nt tit 35c a pair , reduced from Goo and 75e. Now slock of the Dr. Jaecor'a gray combination suits just received , also Boino special good things in boys' all wool heavy school hose 25c. Hoys' knitted Scotch caps GOc , our own Importation , -worth $1.10 a ploco ; sorno new styles In boys' ' overcoats and knco punts. Clothing department , first floor. floor.TIIT'l TIIT'l MORSB DRY GOODS CO. Albright's Choice , inonoy inndo fast , Old Cars AVItliilrii-un nnd New I'ull- nuiii Dlntnu Guru now an tlio X'ciitiHjrlvmiln MUCH. The old "diners" are abandoned and entirely now dining' cars , embodying tlio latest improvement1 ! , equipped with every convenience , finished in oxqulsito taste and fully up to the incomparable standard of excellence constantly main- tallied by the famous Pullman company , have been placed la service upon the Pennsylvania lines between Chicago , Columbus , Plttsburg and Now York , on those quick and popular trains , num bers four , eight and twenty , leaving Chlcaco at 10:30 : a. m. , ! i:15n. : m. and 11:30 : p. m. dully. . Tliio Borvlco Is In addition to the ( Tilling cur running on number two , the Pennsylvania Limited , a solid Pullman vcstlbnlo train , composed of dining , sleeping , smoking and observation cars , on which an extra faro is charged. No more brief stops for Indifferent meals ! You can "faro sumptuously every day , " at your leisure and in comfort while rolling across the country at forty miles an hour xipon the vestibule trains of the Pennsylvania lines , In the new and luxurious dining cars of the Pull man company. Uy u recent decision of the United States couit , the patent vestibule cannot - not bo used on other than Pullman cars. Particular attention is therefore invited to tlio fact that the Pennsylvania lines are operating1 Pullman sleeping and dining cars which are properly fitted with that convenient and appreciable device the Pullman perfected safetj vestibule. * for special Information please cal ! upon agents of connecting lines , or address dross G. U. TUBUliiCK , 1'rav. Pass Ag't ' , Omaha , Tfob. Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh , Bee Bldg\ Weather I'robnlillltles. For November Indications point tt cold , frosty weather. That , however will make no difference to these whc travel in the stoam-heated and electric lighted , limited vestibule train's which are run only by the Chicago , Milwaukee fc St. Paul Hy. between Omaha and Chicago. City ticket ollico , 1001 Far nam st. , Omaha R A. NASlf , J , E. PKKSTOX , General Agent. City Passenger Agent. Albright's ' Choice , payments to suit. All Munlo at Half Price. 0,000 pieces only lOo a copy at Moln berg'j , IGth st. bet. Capital ave &lodgo U. 8. Grant Itollcf Corps "Will hold a social at the residence o Mrs. Robt. S. Wilcox , 525 So. 25th avo. "Wednesday evening. Comrades , Son of Veteran's and ladles of Belief Corp invited. Dr. Blmey cures catarrh. Bob bldgr Under the auspices of a number o young ladies , a fair will ho hold oil tin afternoon and evening of Thanksgiviii | day at the residence oE Andrew Haas southeast co rnor 25th and Jones stroote 'Tho low price of admission , 10 cents should insure a largo attcndonco. Th proceeds aio to bo given to the temple Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh. Bee bids : . J. n. liny. Mr. J. P. Day , of the Skttt ward , Is an nouncetl 'as a candidate for the council. Mt Bay Is an ice merchant , and has lived li Omalia for twenty-three years. Ho ha always been a republican , but never bofori has he aspired to political ofllco. IIo Is sal to bo male 1 UK the canvass solely on his ow merits , without the sympathy or support c any corporation. _ The Best in the World. J. B. Loughran , ex-mayor of North DC AIolnosnnd , the Locust street manufacture of steam engines and boilers , said : "I had a severe attack of la grippe. I used Chambei Iain's Cough Koinody , nnd applied Charnbci Ma's 1'aln Bairn to my breast. These rcmi dies were Just the tiling In my case. M child had croup some years ago , and we use Chamberlain's Cough Kcmedy with crfc < success ; since then wo have never bcea will out thcso medicines In our house. I had cousin who was a printer and was employe in this city , where they were printing ciru lars for Chamberlain. Ho had a dccp-seatc cold and a terrible cough , and whllo sottln tip the copy lie made up bis mind to buy bottle. It cured his con nil , and that was tt ilrst time I ever know anjthing of Chambc Iain's remedies. I have boon strongly I tholr favor over slnco. My own axpcricni and that of my family convinces mo tin these remedies are the host In the worli That may bo strong language , but that whatltmuk.11 Funeral of Mrs. Loc. The funeral of Mrs. T. W. Leo , late vrll of the general traveling passenger agent < the "Union Pacific , at Portland , Ore. , toe place at Zanesvlllo. 0. , Monday mornlt frorn the i-osldenoo of her father , Hon. Job O'Nell. Mrs. Lee was h most estimable lad and had innumerable friends among rallroa people all over tbo country , The Inflammation attending a severe co can bo conquered without fall , and the co caa bo cured by Dr. Hull's CouRh Syrup , tl standard remedy of the uqc. Price "Sets , j all dealers. A bit ; bonanza for the dealers m Salvntk Oil , for they soil lots of it. It kills all pal 25 cts. I'oor People's Dinner. The turkey and chickens for the basket dl iiors to bo given on Thanksgiving day inv bo sent to the mlssioli on Tenth street I twcun Dodge nnd Capitol avonueby Wccliu day noon. The committee hopes for i abundant supply. Mas. JAIIUINB. Chairman Itellef Committee , Iloyt's ' satlro on popular superstitions i the present day , "A Brass Monkey , " will I the attraction at Doyd's opera house i Thanksgiving. " TUo engagement -will op with a imtlncoon Thursday afternoon ai continue during the remainder of the week , The merry laugh-maker and sweet singe Cluules A , ( Jiarducr , will appear at tbo Bo ; for ononlglitonlv , on next Sundav. la his i mantle coinody , "Fatherland. " The play laid hi the Tyrol , and is a pretty tnountii pastoral abounding- the sweet songs of t natives of that romantio country , The first thrco evenings of next week t stajfo of the Hoydwill to occupied by A James T. Powers nnd his "Strjilght Tl company. The ploco Just closed a piotrac ! run nt tlio ColumVIa theater , Chicago , a tbo pi-ess of that city speak In very hi terms of the play. TUB MAIITYI19' JII3JIOUV. South Omiilia IrlftiincM ! Honor the I'ntrlotf ) AlloiiInrklnniil O'llrlon. Ilium's opera house had ns flno and appre ciative an nudloiico Mondnynlght as a lover of Ills country could ( lea ire to address. While the Hibernian cornet baud filled tbo house with sweet and stirring music , the seats wcro Ailed with representative citizens , ladles In particular attending In numbers , On the platform wcro Benjamin S. Adam ? , the chairman ; the llcv. Fathers D. W. Mori- nrty and Charles Mungnu of St. Agnes' , nnd St , Bridget's ' of this city and the Ilov. I'lithcr J. H. Mcdnitb , nnd Hon. T. F. Mln- iiclmn of Omaha , orators of the occasion , County Commissioners Corrlgan and O'ICccfo Judges Patrick , , f. Klnp , and Joseph J. HrecnfCouncllnien James J. Dounhcrty , Jer emiah Howard , Thomas J. O'Nell , of this city. 1'atrick C. Hcafoy , Mr. Murphy , nud others of Omaha , In n short and happy address. showliiR his his hoarl was full of tlio spirit of the meeting , Mr. Adams welcomed the large audience , and feelingly referred to the tragic end oC the patriotsaad martyrs whoso cruel fa to brought them together , -praised the national trait and character that was so fully developed in all sons ofKrln , to appreciate merit la their fel low countrymen , remember their virtue * and commemorate their valorous deeds , and Itcep fiosh In their inlnils and the minds of their fellow mon , the fates of the sons of the Island of Martvrs. MlssUosoFlnnncryof Omaha tuned every heart for tbo good things cominc by sinking in a very acceptable iiuiimor''Dormott ' As- tore , " with Miss Maggie Swift of Omaha ac companist. A hearty encore was followed by Hon. T. r , Minnchnn of Omaha , who graphically pic tured tbo causes that baa brought them to gether , paid a merited compliment to the national character that stands pro-eminent in Ireland and was carried with her sons and daughters wherever they may bo , the world over as hero tonight , to keep as gtcca in memory the glorious deeds of her sons us are the Holds of the Kincruld Islo. Mr. James P. Murphy saag "Dublin Bay , " receiving an encore , and Mis Magjilo Swift rendered a piano solo after which Hov. Father JH. . ATcOrath of Omaha delivered a vigorous , polished and patriotic address. After some happy compliments to tUo mag nificent audience , tbo successful manage ment , the successor the meeting , the titling and solemn occasion for such Interest , the reverend futher roused his nudlcaco to the applauding mood. "Tho patriotism and sac- rmclng devotion of Irishmen Is proverbial the world over , " said tbo speaker , "ami go where you will it you find n son of tbo Umcrnld hie , you will meet thesamo evidences of loy alty ami find ttio sumo spirit of religious and national patriotism that I see hero tonight. Nursing her Imported sorrows and mourning her past and departed greatness , the sons oE Erin know how to sympathize with the suf ferers and oppressed In all lands. Appealing as Ireland ahvays has done and Is doing today to thn Intelligence and goodness of ( ho peoples ples of tbo world , one by oao the bulworks of her oppressors have bcca assaulted with more or less success till today , backed up by the fair-minded men of the -world , as evi denced by tbo reception other representatives In this country hv o powerful and respectful following throughout the British empire and a sol id people at homo , she promises soon to fill the expectations and the orayorsof every true-hearted aud loyal son of Ireland and become - come one of tbo nations of the earth. " The audience , amidst cheers and music , ad journed to abamjuotat the Hotel Dclono. Scnmlliiavinu Hull. The North Star Scandinavian soclotj- will gl\ro a bull nnd reception in National hall , Twenty-fourth and L streets , Saturday even ing the 29th inst. The following committee appointments have been mndo : Arrangements Messrs , Peter J. Hanson , Charles Cadquoatand , Joseph Anderson. Reception Messrs. Joseph .Anderson , Mar tin A. Miutln , Swan Larson , Gustavo Pear son , Fred Lund aud Gustavo Johnson anc Mi's. Peter J. Hanson. Floor Messrs , A. P. Larson , John Ander son and diaries Carlquest , Refreshments Mrs. Peter J. Hanson and Misses Anna Swansea , Km ma Lutgahonc and Claru Thor. Only members and tholr Scandinavian friends will bo admitted. levelling Runaway. Monday evening as Edward Hcafey ane wife of Onmhn , were driving on Q street th < horse scared and dashing down the hill rar over the viaduct and when at Twenty-Sixtl and Q streets , collided with , a heavy roat wagon , throwing the occupants out , fortU' nately without injuring cither of them or tilt buggy. Oddfellows' Election. South Omaha led go No. 148,1. O. of O. P. has elected officers 113 follows for thi ensuing term , commencing tlio Ilrst MOD Jaj evening in January : N. U. , II. Heyman ; V G. , J. C. Thomas ; secretary , C'laudo L Tuluott ; treasurer , John J , Gorman ; trustees Andrew H , Miller , Elmer Miller and Alber Beaton. Notes About tlm City. Clinton Morgan has lost ono of his valuabl < horses. William Sanderson of this city has beer granted a pension. Edward Dundas of Lhicpln Is visiting hi : cousin , James A. Hall. A case of bronze came through the custon a house for Hoary Graf of this oily. The next social to bo given by the Soutl Omaha club will bo a masquerade ball. William S. Campbell and Miss Maggli Miles , both of this city , have becu licensed t' ' wed. Tto South Omaha roller mills company a Albright Is buildiupa largo addition to th' ' plant. Jacob Jlachman of Wlilto Lake , Mich , , i visiting theclty , the guest of llobertT. Max } won. a James M. Doud , formerly at the Ex o change , now of Boone , la. , caino over to yisi I' friends. I'll JolinVilllams fell over a bank nt Albrlgh llo Monday , receiving painful Injuries on th Lt bead and shoulders. 1.is Coopers' ' union No , 1 of this city will RV' ! ' is evening , TlmultsgiviiiR eve , in Forest hull Sixth und IMorcostrcots , Omnlia. The Methodist Episcopal church at Al bright will hold a social Friday evening a the residence of Mr , and Mrs. Albert Sloac A. L. Sutton , Justice ol the peace-elect , hn hud bis bonds approved by the county coir mlssloners and will open uu ofllco in Piouce block. Tbo quarterly raeotlnff services will b hold In tlie Motbodlst KpUconal church , coir racncliiB Friday evcnliiR. The regular chol practice \\111 uo held Thursday evening. d Rev. Canon.Vhltmarsh , private secretar Id to Ulshop % SrorthliiBtonwho has been nj 10 pointed rector of St. Savior's Episcop : Lt church , will remove from Norfolk tbia wep and will realdo at 2.M aud J streets. Frank II. Cintlio has been promoted froi the homo bouso ofllro at ttio Cudahy packiu houses to superintend the now p'opsfn depar inont JJobert A. JleFarlarid has been pn mo ted to fill the vacancy of Sir. Cantlio. n- nit it ito o- o3 3- 3LU LU > f IOm > id la JO Is Baking Ir. i > " ed iid Home * * 0 tears the Btanawa. The i Majority Of so-failed conpjKiircs do little more than Impair the dlgcstho functions ntut create bile. Ajcr's llicrty 1'ectoral , on the con- tiary , while It anus the cough , docs not In- tcifcru nlUi tho'functions ' of cither stomacher or liver. No othci medicine Is so sate and cfllcnclons In dlieascs of the throat and lungs. "Four ycarsngo-I look a se\cro cold , vblch vas followed by , ' terrible cougli. I was \cry sick , ami confined to my bed about four months. I employed & ph > slclati most ol tlio time , \\lio finally snld Iis In consump tion , and that ho could not liclp me. Ono of my neighbors adtlicd mo to try Ajer's Cherry 1'cetoral. I did so , ami , bcforo I had finished taking tlio fust bottle \\ns atilo to sit up nil tlm time , and to go out. Ity the time Iliad fii'lshedtheboltlo ' .waswelland , ha\e lomalncd so ever since. " L , U. lllxby , Ilartoimlllc , Vt. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral , IMIEPAIIIU nv DR. J. 0. AYEH & CO. , Lowell , MasB. Sold by oil Druutfltti. 1'rlca ' * lj all bouki , * & . Physicians , Surgeons and Specialists , DOUOLk AS OMAHA , NED , Tie noit wldoly ntm favorably kno-wm iipoo- lallsts la the United Statci. Their Ion * ex perience , rmnarknlilo skill und unlrenal suc cess In the treatment nnd euro of Nervous , Chronic anil SurKicut Dlsonsos. entitle thcjo eminent physicians to tlio full coaSdencoof the Rflllotnd everywhere. They sunrnntoo : A OEUTAIN AND POSITIVE OU11E for the awful ofTectn of early vice nnd the numer ous ovlU thut follow In fM t rain , V15IVAT1S , I1L.OOD AND HIUN DISEASES spcortllr.coriiplctdy and permanently cured. NEIIVOUB IIKIIILITV AND BBXUAL DI9- OKUKK8 yield ro&dlly to tholr skillful troat- mi'IlE3 , FISTULA AND REOTAL ULOFjnS Runrantoed cured without pain or dotontlon from buelnoflt , HVDBOUKLn AND YARtCOOELE pBrra - nuntly nnd tuccensfullv cured In ovary caie. BYl'niLIS. UONORUIIEA. QbEET , Sper- nintorrhea. \Vcnknfi39.LojtMnnhood , Night Emlsslniis , Dccnyod Faculties , Ketnalo Wcukuou anil nil delicate dhonlcr * peculiar to either sex positively cured , ni well tui all functional disorders that remit from youth ful foi lie * or the excess of mature years. < \TttirTlIl1 ? Guaranteed permanently kj iivioi UIVLourod , removal complete , without cutting , caustic or dilatation. Ouroa ( .ncctod nt homo hy patient without a too- incut's pain or annoyance. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MtN. A TIRF niRP The ttwful Afreets o * tOUIAC , t-UAL. early vice which brlnRS orKRnlo weakness. dostroylnR both mind and body , with all Its dreaded ills , permanonty cured. nUQ RTJTP Address these who have Im- JJIVO. DIvllO paired themselves by 1m- proper Indulgence nntl nolltary hitblti , which ruin both mind and body , unfitting them for budnoss , study or marrlana MAItUIED MEN or those entering on that happy life , awureof physical debility , quickly assisted. OtTB SUCCESS Is baisd open faotK First Praotloal znerl- cnc . tieoond- Every caie laspoolnllyitudled , thus ttartliig right. Third Medicines are prepared In our laboratory exactly to suit each cate , thuft RfTeotlugcurcswlthoutlnjury. Drs. Betts & Betts , t409 DOUGLA5 STREET , - OMAHA. NEa HUMPHREYS' ETERINARY SPECIFICS For Horses , Cattle , Sheep , Dogs , Hogs , J AND POULTRY. BOOTH ( to nook n Treatment of Anlmnll . and C'hurt Hont Free. cunrslFo'vcrH.OonKcttloiii.Tnflnmmatlon A.A.jgplnnl IlIciiTugltiH.MIIk Kaver. 11.11. HtrnliiB , LumcnvNH , Itlieuuiatlmn. C.C. inHtcinpcr , rsnsnl Dlschnrjfes. ] ) , Il. Ilal8 or drubs , \Vnrmi. > : .K.-onBh ! , Heaves , I'nnuuionltt. J'.K.--Collc or ( JrliiOB , llellyacbo. ( i. < 3. ] ) Il carrinBO < lIcniorrlmBCB. II. II. Urinary nud Kidney Diseases. , . - . Krupllvo DlHPiiHCH , niangp. 1,1.- . OiocuHesol" JlgeHtlun , raralyafi. filngle Bottle ( over Wdosw ) , - - .00 Stable Onie , with Specifies , Manual , Veterinary Cure Oil and iledlcator , 87.00 Jar Veterinary Cure Oil , - - l.OO Bold by DrnutrUUj or Sent Prepaid onywhcro and in any quantity on Receipt of Price. HUMPHREYS' MEDIOIWE CO. , Oornn William and John Big. , Now York. HOMEOPATIUC _ ISPECIFIC NQ In nw SO jeara. Tlio only enccewfid remedy for Nervous Debility , Vital Weakness , ind 1'roatratlon. from * over-work or otnor caufccs. 1 p r vial , or 3 > iiils an J large t l powder , lor * 5. Bom BY DnouoisTS , orient postpaid on receipt of price. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. , Oar. William and John Sts. , N. Y , LieMg Eompnit's ' EXTRACT OF BEEF , I'or liiiurovod and economic cook- ' cry , USD It for NVIIJIH , Simeon and Illaitc JUtitieH. In flavor incom paiablc , and dissolves pcrfoctl ) clour In water. Msikodollclo u Beef Tea and keeps in all climates foi uny lungth of tltno. 1 Ib equal tc 40 Ibs of Icun boot. Only BOIM pufirnntcoil Koniilno / ) byJustiiH von WnblR I/ . 0 * and bi > nM his nlgnujf K Jt eft turo In blue , thus ; J o\ PJAHCJS finely Maoe : , ' | ljlly ; ' W " r ' C. L. ErlBksotMLocal Agt.208 N.lCth S' GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1878. Yf * BAKER & CO.'S I * absolutely ttttrt and it it * oltwtc. No Chemicals , r u ed In Iti r" p ullon. It ha * curt linn tkni ( Inn I * . UrmgA ot Cux > inl d vllli Surch , Arrowroot or Sugu , and U tlivrcf ra fu more tcouoinlctl , < ntlitg tu IA n on.icinl a tvp. It U dcllcioui , nourUlilEg. itrcnxthcnlnir , EA. r in > lU < ai villai ptrwni In htilth. Sold b ; Groreri titrjnliere. "W. BAKER & C0.i Dorchester , Masa , . . 11 un * > i > n * u * mw - ii-.w - i HIl9T soiid4o In itaiuii torfrcel uiiiuiK > to < ' AUgiictlo UlutU Tru i Co. , tfau FraucUcot t'ai Is the difference between our five cent liat the hat usu ally sold for two dollors ? $1.OB , that's all ! , The prevalent \varm weather throughout the country ; mud you'd expect snow ; warm where you'd expect cold ; spring , gentle spring , where you want to look for winter , have combined against the man who makes clothing and left on his hands great big piles of suits which should have been sold a month or six weeks ago. The season is over for the maker , its the wearer's turn now , manufacturers - urers literally tumble over each other in their efforts to unload thoiy surplus stock. " Our buyer , ALWAYS ON THE SPOT PICKS" UP THE "PLUMS. " Every train from the east is bringing us suits bought fop $2 or $4 or even $6 less than we could buy the same suit a month ago and QETT THE. I'oday we place on sale thice great lots worthy the attention of any man who needs clothes : LOT ONE : 150 elegant silk and wool C.issimere Suits' , sack coat , lined with ( PO-cn excellent quality Fanners satin , good sleeve linings , every stitch cpO.uU honestly sewed ; well worth a dozen dollars : A SUIT. LOT 1/5 beautiful fancy silk striped Cassimere Suits , cutaway coat ? , A/r well made , well lined , well trimmed. Suits no better are sold everyday $11,00 TWO : for dollars. day eighteen A SUIT. LOT A magnificent piece of goods , of a neat brown plaid , cutaway coat , elegant lining's , silk bindings and cut to fit.Yould tempt a $1450 THREE : twenty dollar gold piece from your pocket. A SUIT/ And still there's more to follow. NEBRASKA CLOTHING CO. Open evenings until 8 o'clock ; Saturdays until 10 o'clock. THE BEST m IN THE WORLD. ARE MADE BY TIIE Woonsooket & Rhode Island Rubber Co And wo are their western agents and always curry a largo stock. Address , tarn Jtafl Sewed Shoe Bo 1204 and 1206 1-forney Street. .AMUSEMENTS. NOV. 24 , 25 , and 26. WEDNESDAY , Second Edition of WM , J , GILMORE'S ' Glorious Ballot Spectacle , tlio -TEMPTATIONS . - - CirAIII.cs II. YALE , JIauaKor , Wllli 100 people enirngpd. The Ornnd Hnllcts. Tlie IlonltchlnKUnnicrs. llio Lovely 1'romleri. Tlio Won derful Bpcclalllcs. 'Iho Xdvolty of the Benson. Tlilrljr-flvo In the llnllet. The Mnaitra Scenorf. Tlio Oorseous t'oituinof. The CInirniliiB Mnilc. Tlioniovlnc pnnornina. lllcecat of 8 pcctaclei. tiule of ( ic t nronowopoii. _ BOYD'S GHAND UOI.1DAY ATT11ACTION , Commencing Thursday Also Throe Nlulils nnd t-aturdaf Matinee , HOYT'S Satlro ou SupomtHlon , BRASS MONK.RY. INTIIOnUCINfl Mr. George H. Marion And the ttrontost compnnr orcr ongaiica for tils Comedy. IIox sheets open Wodnosilay , DIME EDEN MUSEE WILL TMWLBII , - - WIIK : OPNOVCMIIKK SITU. MAGGIia.THo MtDGlST MOTHER Thoonlr tulilKatwlfonuil mother with her tiny liabo ever known , flSTEXR SAMPSON. Tlioilroneost innnof the contnrjr , Ho rends n nn- dor lool chains , cablet , rones and wires , nnd bonds ttf\ \ burn br a itroko of his powerful arm. SI.ACKKV , Kln tit the Qoldon Thread. ooun nAviNis onos. onio Acrobat * la Comical Attitudes. Tuinbllncs and Foots of Actlltjr. THE I-XOUIIPSEI QUAnTETTB , In tholr orlKlnnl roniody , WASHDAY , Introducing Novelty Dances , Ojiuto Boucs , UuoU , aud 1'lautntloa Mcloilloa. Daavos' noijnl Mnrlonottos. The GreAloit , ( Irniulcet , Host Hliovr of the Year. ONE DIME ADMITS TO ALL. DR. BAILEY GRADUATE DENTIST A. 1'ull get ot Tootli on llulilior , for A perfect flt guaranteed. Tooth extracted without pain or daneor. aurt wltLout anaes thetics. Gold and silver fflllnin ut Icwost rates , llrlilpo nnd Orown Work. TeothwitU- ontplatoi All work warranted. OFFICE PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM Entrunco , ICth street elevator Opuu evun- ogsuutllS o'ulook \\/A"MTT7n Aitcnts to gull the I'lnlosi VWViMliU oioti,0s , Miiot the only line over In vcnlocl thut lioklb the clothes with out pliisj n porfei-t kiiccess ; patent leccntly iKsui'd ; Mia only hy ucuntH , to whom the ex clusive right Is Kvon. ! ( Jnrecclit ) f W conls uo \vllUcniluBinnploliiiohy nmll ; also ulicti * lafi ! prlro ll.st und to rum to uucnt. .eputire vnui toiiltni-y at once. Address Till : 1'IN- IjEbS UI.OTI1KS WNK DO. , IT llurnioii t. , Worcester Muss. DR. CLUCK , Eye and Ear. Durkorll ock Kill Bd FtruHin. Telculiiwe32l FOR "THE FOUR HUNDRED" AND MANY MORE Fill ! Dress SMrt Pine Neckwear -AND- A complete assorment of Men's- ' : : Furnishings SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ARE NOW IN ORDER "THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY' AND LESS IMPORTANT MEMBER AS WELL , SHOULD EQUIP THEMSELVES EARLY FOR THE COMING SEASON OF BALLS AND DINNERS. Look at our supply of , PINE SHIRTS and artistic collection of NEGKWERR "Ward McAllister himself would take delight in them. .G. A. Lindquest IS AGAIN IX THi : Merchant : - : Tailoring business and Invites hln old irli > ml and pat- rniiH. us M'H usHio Konorul piililIK ) call unit Innpccl lll nuw stuok of Imported ud duiueillo EvorythliiK Urst elius.un ESTABLISHED 1374 , 315 S 15TH S WATCHES. DIAMONDS and FINE JEWELRY 1 Solo Agent in Oraaha > Ior Gorhntn MaU ufacturinflf Go's Sterling Silverware MANTLE CLOCKS , RICH CUT GLASS and CHINA. Our Stock of Fine Goods is th& Largest and Our Prices' the Lowest t'omo nntl see us. * * Cor. Douglas & 15th 3t SYPHILISECURED- We guarantee to cure any case of Syph ilis no matter of how long standing. And we have the only rem edy that will cure the disease. You have tried everything else and wasted your money , why not now try us. We guarantee to cure or refund every dollar. When it is nec essary for patient to come here we agree to pay railroad fare both. ways , all hotel bills and refund 'your mon ey if we do not cur& you , 'Write for partic ulars ; do not be hum bugged any longer. We are financially re sponsible with $300- 000 capital. COOJ2 REMEDY Co. , Omaha , Neb. , Rooms 39 & 40 , 13th and Dodge Sts. '