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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : /WEDNESDAY / , APRIL 20. 1891.
THE CITY. Try Spanish Court Fnco Powilor anil you will us noothor , driiKglstH soil * Judge Holsley Is dolnjf his best to crowd the nuinbor of prisoners In the county jnll toW. \ . Ho sent up Uovorly Klolda for t-Ixty dnys for vnjjrancy nnd Victor Llndliolin , I'utsoy Uooloy mid Fred Drown for ten days cucli. The chief of police of Davenport , In. , writes to know If William Glcamm Is wanted horo. Gloiifloii wns arrested In that oily Sunday and just II led olT a pair of lotf Irons which ho had thrown Into the rlvor. Ho said that ho hud been Bent up for ninety days In Omaha and had escaped , le Irons and all. No such man has been arrested Imro , and no leg Irons are reported inlsaliifr. Moios Alexander was arrowed yoalor- day afternoon for alt omtitlnf , ' to puts a counterfeit silver dollar. Moses Is a vegetable peddler and claimed that the coin came to him by exchange for pota toes. Antonio Scon , an Italian peddler , Is the complaining witness. I'ondlni , ' the hearing before .ludgu Helsloy. which will bo hold this morning at 10 o'clock ' , Mo-os was released on SHOO ball. Ho bignod his name to the bond in Hebrew characters. Judge llolsley directed the police to notify the United States authorities of the arrest. Clciui ( ) | i. As the Rood housowlfo proceeds to cloansu anil rcnovnto the fitfully domicile , roinovitij , ' tlio winter's nccunmliitlons of dust nnd im purities nt tills particular ounson , so should every Intelligent iiurson cloatiso and renovate their Interim ! person , and miiko it a liunthful Imbitiition , for it's ttio homo of the soul. Thuro is nothliiR that will so quickly and of- foctlvelv arcomplifh this as n dose of St Pat rick I'llli. They not only physic , but clear the bofoKKcd mind anil uloansu and lunovato the wliolo system , making ono fjcl hr.m now. The I'axton Hold Klro Did not effect the hotel proper in any way HO as to interfere with the operation of the house. Only the annex was dam aged and guests have been cared for without the interruption of a single day. Mclniir.-'H Death. An inquest to dotonnino tlio 011190 of the death ol CnurloH Motc.ilfo , the old man who died rathnr mysteriously on Sunday morning , at the house of Wllll.im Hounds , on llunioy itrect , was held ut lioaloy'a yesterday morning , Mr. Kounds and William TloxforJ , n neigh bor , worn examined , but their testimony elicited nothing new. Dr. UoHowater testified that ho had made a post mortem examination of the body and found death was caused , primarily , by an blood . had evidently Biito-mortom clot. The man dently been suffering for some time from phthisis , a form of consumption. Nothing has been learned of ttio dead man's relatives fuither than that a sister lives in Now York state somewhere near Syracuse. ' The Jury returned a verdict in a'ceordanco With Dr. Uosowater's testimony and the body will bo held for a few days until something is learned of the relatives of the deceased. All for SIM or. How much money have I cot in my bank ? Forty-live cents , stranger only want live cents more. What will I do then , stranger ! Whyyon soosliteHias such u terrible cough , and people say it will bo bad on her if she don't i ; < ? t bettor soon , and the folks tell mo Haller's sure cough syrup will euro it right Ip ; so you bee llvo cents I Thank you , iltranger. Wo deslro issues of the MoiiNlNG BKK of November It and December 2 for our Hies. Anyone having a copy of either of these mumbcrs will confer a favor upon this oillco by mailing them to Robert Hunter , Boo oflico. ICcal Kstato Mutter At yesterday's .session of the real estate exchange Mr. P. L. I'orrlno spoke at some length on the proposed organization of real estate owners for ttio purpose of advancing the interests of Omaha , and offered a reso lution to the effect thai ttio members of the real estate oxetmngo wcro in hearty sympa thy wltti the movement. The resolution wns adopted unanimously. A resolution was Introduced and passed ex tending the tnnuks of the exchange to Col onel .1. U. Findloy for his letter in the Kit- tuning Times on the resources of Omaha. President Hartimin called attention to n small pamphlet Issued oy Campbell & Co. of Pltt-sburp , Pa. , in which the resources and advantages of Omaha were dwelt ou nt length. This linn handles Omaha real es tate , having recently purchased eighty acres adjoining Uenson place. Doctors may differ in opinion as to the cause of ttiat feeling of languor 'and fatlguo 10 prevalent In the spring ; hut nil agree as to what is the best lemedy for it , namely , Aycr's Snrsupniilla ; It inakos the weak trout' , nnd effectually removes that tired collng. Two Nervy Tlu'lTtn. \Mlllo \ Watts , n colored youth was ordered out of town yesterday under n thirty days lusncndcdscntonrp , but will bo hold ono day to see If ho ran bu Idcutllled. Ho is suspect- pit of being the thlot who entered the house of Mmo. Charity F. Hlrkman , 0711 North Twenty-seventh avenue , last Sunday morn ing while the family was nt church , and stealing about $100 worth of lowolrv belonging to Mmo. Iliukmau and her Dlceo. MrMitchell. . The thief was seen by the children of a neighbor , Mrs. Proctor , nnd they will sea if they c.in Identify Watts an the guilty party. Mmo. Hickmnn is also out ono load of lum ber , which wns stolen from the promises Baturday oy u couple of white men , who Urovo up and coolly took possession of it. DoWltt'.s UtUo Early Hlser * . T.est little pill ever mado. Cure constipation every llrao. None equal. Use them now. .t .Y.VO UX < ! ti.nK.V m A matinee performance -'Bluebeard .ir. " will DO given at lloyd's today. The engage ment of the piece terminates tonight. Mr. John D , ( jllbort\vho\\ns uimblo bv reason of tidiness } to conclude his impersonation of Ucnzlnl , Sunday night , is appearing In each performance and is irieslsilWy funny In the relo. relo.To To witness the exciting scene of two loco motives racing on double tracks , with all the attendant nolso and startling effects , Is some thing of exciting interest , but when wo see nd realize the same perfect picture In its itartling vividness on tlio stage , und to say that such a scone Is now being uroducod is to lay u good deal for the ono who Is responsi ble for it. lint such Is ttio lact. This scene Is the work of George C. Staloy , a very clever actor , who Is to appear at Hoyd's Opera House for thrcu nights mid Saturday matlnoo , beginning Friday , May 1st. Seats ivill ho put on sale tomorrow mornlnjj. Mr. Willard Sponsor's very popular comic opera success , the "Tlio l.itllo Tycoon , " will bo warmly welcomed nt Uoyd's ' next Mon day nlithtk The opera was very much lilted ivlien lust hoard in Omaha. Its muslo is al most classic , yet simple. Hoys whistle it , piano maldons pound U and niuslo boxes have been sot to It. "Love Comes Like a Summer Bleb , " "Whon I Was a Hoy'1 ' "Toll Mo Daisy , " and "Tho American ICaclo , " are all beard in "Tho Little Tycoon. " Mr , Spenser's companv this season. omDraees tlfty-two poo- pic. Miss Tollula Uvnns , whoso reputation ns a soprano Is of the very first quality , is the prlnia donna of the companv. Jcnnlo Ololdthwaite , Alice Ilosmor , Will Muniio- villo , Josopli Mcallov , and George Lydlus are also with the com piny , Tills will bo the closing week of the hyp notic cnterln.lnmn.its at the Grand. Hun dreds of pcoplo attended them during the past two wnoks , and the wonderful perform ance given Is the talk of the city. Thoiv Is jnoro laughter In ono evening at the Grand this wonU than hi an oatiro week of farce comedy , nnd Urn cost Is only ? 5 coats for the best orchestra scats. Tlioy Got It of Course. Jim ! oh Jim I I say , Jim ! Youji cot."itn' , mam ; what's crmattorI Why baby has got luacolla ; run down to drug store und get a bottle of ilallor'b pain paralyicr ; quick , now , fin : DOUOIAH on AUK. Preliminary ftlcpH Ilcln Taken for t utlliiK Down tlio H ( > K llaok. The question of gradlni ? Douglas street Is rapidly taking shape , with a prospect that the cutting down of the hilt will be ; ; In before the end of another month. The ordinance as passed by the council has now gone to the mayor for bis approval. As soon as this Is attached It will go back to the council. The mutter then ROCS to the board of public works , nnd that body will adver tise two weeks for proposals to do the work. In the meantime the city engineer will pre pare ttio prolllo that It may bo completed bo- fora the time for receiving bids expires. Upon the return duy the board of public wonts will open the bids nnd award the con tract. This body will certify Its action to the council and unon the approval of the con tract the work can begin. City Knglnecr TIIUou in speaking upon till' subject , said : "Ily diligent ef forts the usual course can bo pursued , so that three weeks from tonight the contract can bo approved by the city council. If this were domi grading could begin on the morn ing of May LU" The engineer lias boon working on the prolllo for some ) time , and has It so near com pleted that he Is enabled to give figures that are almost absolutely correct. He estimates that to grade Douglas from Sixteenth to Twentieth , and the cross streets , Seven teenth , Kighteenth and Nineteenth , will re- ijulro the removal of IIO.XK ( ) cubic yards of earth. Figuring this at till cents per yard , the city's share of doing the work will bo close tol2. ! K ) . The cut of the street Is of Interest. The prolllo shows n cut of llvo feet on the west dido of Seventeenth street ; twenty-two feet on tlio west side of Kiu'liteonth street ; twen ty -seven fecit In the center of the block be tween Kiphtocnth nnd Nineteenth ; twenty feet on tlu west sldo of Nineteenth ; eigh teen feet on the west sldo of Nineteenth , with a gradual decrease to Twentieth. In order to give n comparison this will give a grade considerably less tliun that of Dodgu stieet from Sixteenth to Twentieth und a trillo heavier than that of Fnrnam street be- tweoii tlio two streets above mentioned Where the surplus earth will bo placed Is a matter that gives the engineer something to think about. It was tbe Intention to have taken It onto St. Mary's avenue , but owing to the delay in getting that street In shape for grading , this tins been given un and an other place will have to bo found. The loca tion of this earth will cut some llguro in the bids , us the overhaul will have to bo figured. The nearest plnco for dumping the earth is on Dodgu street , botnccn Twenty-seventh strc t and Twenty-eighth uvonuo. An other pLico is ou Thirty-first street , between Farnnm and "Dodge , but as this Is a long distance from the gr.ule , ICngincer Tlllson thinks it will hardly bo considered. Still another idea is to haul It down Douglas street and dump It In the river. Should the contractor bo able to sell his dirt , there Is a chance that the con tract may bo taken below ! W cunts per cubic yard. In speaking of grading the engineer furnishes some figures that show the amount of grading done last year. In tlio llrst place the amount was greater than the previous year. Taklnc the entire year there wcro IJ.OOO cubic yards of earth re moved each day Including Sundays. Had the to.ur.s doing this hauling been in a string during ten hours of each day , ono would have passed u lvon point every two min utes. utes.This This seems like an enormous quantity of earth , but with the Douglas street grade , the engineer stales that this year the amount will bo much greater than last. This of course , will include the grading of Walnut Hill , where the property owners uro paying the entire cost and in other ports of the city where the contracts are let under the threo-llftl.s clause. 1'oHtlcnl "If pointers como in your line , " said a gentleman well postell in state politics at the Millurd hotel last night. "I c.in lend you a fow. It H rumored , and I think tlib matter Is sottlcd , that W. S. ( Jnrbor , who has boon a member of the state board of trahsporta- tion , will succeed Mr. A. P. Brink as bank examiner. "It Is also said that Senator Kountz has written a letter to the oxccutlvo com mittee of the alliance m which ho said that If ho could bo of any service to ttio alliance ho would accept n place on the board of transportation. The board , you Know , has to bo made up of mem bers from the two dominant partitis and the republican party nnd the alliance will bo counted ns the dominant parties. It Is pictty definitely settled that Governor lioyd will call n special session and It will probably bo called between tho-Kb and 7th of May. There will bo u conference nt Lincoln next week of republican wheel horses for the pur pose of petitioning the state board of trans portation to lower the freight rates nnd to place ox-Judgo M. H. Hoes in nomination for re-election to the supreme bench so as to got In ahead of the alliance convention , wl'ich will in all probability nominate Mr. Hcus for the same olllce. A Sure ; Cure for ItlicumntiRiit. I have a personal knowledge of cases of rheumatism In this vicinity that have been Immediately relieved anil permanently cured by Chamberlain's Pain Halmaftorothcr rem edies were used without nny benefit. I have been handling the Pain Balm for the past five yo.irs. and have never had any customer express anything but words of praise for the medicine. It hat boon my experience that any customer who once uses Chamberlain's Pain Halm will have nothing else , when again in nond of such n niedleino. 12. W. Potter , postmaster and druggist , Elm Creek , Neb. Sanitation Under DIIUimlticH. The police are notifying property owners at the r.ito of several hundred a day to clean up their promises and remove nil garbage and rubbish U.ich patrolman is expected to notify the property owners on his bout , and a special detail of six men is looking after the so who are overlooked by the r guiar men , and making n tour of the alloys ns well. The general sentiment scorns to bo In f.ivor of cleaning up , hut there Is a dlftlculty en countered In securing wagons. Tlio only wagons to bo had are these regularly in the employ of the garbage department and there seoniii.to bo a very short crop. Tlio sanitary commissioner has civun it out cold that ho will arrest the first man not employed under him who Is found c.irtlng garbage. Notwithstanding this , a low teamsters have the temerity to respond to the call , and no ar rests luno resulted ns yet from this cau.se. Mrs. Winslow's Soothnic Syrup for chil dren teething relieves the child from pain. ! io cents a bottle. Mrs. Gcorga W. Tlllson has gone east , hav ing boon called there by the aeath of her father , who resided at. Lancaster , NJ H. A i'nre Cream , of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry , I.lcht Flaky Biscuit , Griddle Cakes , Palatable \Vholetome. . , No other baking powder doe * such vvoik. , ItlGHT KIND OF M3HVK. Mary Nelson Displayed It In Coolly Htoppiuga Kiimuvay Team. An Incident occurred In front of the Pax ton hotel on Four too nth street about noon yes terday In which a young lady displayed an amount of bravnry and heroism not often seen in these prosalu days. A team of heavy draft horses attached to an omnibus , \\hich was standing In front of the Murray , started north on Fourteenth street while the driver was off the box. They soon broke Into a run and the passengers In- sldo the 'bus got badly scared. As the team ncarcd Fnrnam street a slight , demure looking young lady stepped quickly from the sidewalk and grasped the flying steeds bv the bits. Hy tugging fiercely nt the horsas sha quickly brought thorn to a standstill and turned them over to the dilvcr. The brave young lady hurried ntilckly through the crowd and disappeared , but not bcforo It hud boon learned that snu was a Miss Nelson and lived at Seventeenth and Charles street. Do not take any chance of being poisoned or bullied to death with liquid steve polish , paints or enamels In bottles. The "Hising Sun Steve Polish" is safe , odorless , brilliant , the cheapest nnd heat steve polish made , mm the consumer pays for no extensive tin or glass package with every purchase. Apr I Wcntlirr IViMltctlonn. If a peck of March dust IH worth a king's riitiboin , and At > rll showers bring forth May Mowers , Is It not right to pro- diet that every day In the month the cloi'trlo-lightcdsteam-heated , vostlbulud limited trains of the Chicago , Milwau kee & St. Paul railway will continue to run on tlio short line between Omah'i and Chicago. The olootrio rending lamp in every berth of their palace sleeping cars is their own patent and cannot bo used by any ether company. Ticket oillco , 1501 Farnain strcot , Omaha. Itutlicrford Couldn't AVIn. George A. Rutherford wants Harry Hobln- son arrested for assault and battery. At some stage of the game Rutherford drew to three loose teeth und got u pair of black oyc.s. Still his hand wasn't ' a winner , and now bo wants to play oven through the court. Some merchants get the best they can ; some get the meanest they can. Your dealer in lamp-chim- neys-what does he get for you ? There are common glass and tough glass.tough against heat. There are foggy and clear. There are rough and fine. There are carefully made and hap-hazard. " * You can't be an expert in chimneys ; but this you can do. Insist on Macbeth's " pearl top" or "pearl glass" which ever shape you require. They are right in all those ways ; and they do not break from heat , not one in a hundred. Be willing to pay a nickel more for them. * I'ltUburg. OEO. A. MACCBin & 00. NEBRASKA , National Bank U. 8. DEPO3ITOHY , OMAHA , NK3. Capital , - - - - 400,000 Surplus Jan. 1st , 189O , - OiJ.BOO onlccri nnd Director-llanrr W. Vntni , 1'roil.lenf. . . , ' Jnnies W. . W I.twl > B. Ucuit Vlco-1'roililont ; Haraiin. V.Morio , John H. I'olllrn , U. IX Cuitilru , J. N. U 1'atrlck. W. 11. S Mughal , cashlur. THIS IRON BANK. Corner 18th nud KnrnnmSti. A OcncralHunkln : ItuolnRss Transaota I Winslow Wilkes , . &UIllo.i la th The fastei.l 4-yoar-old paslni & World , Itcoorrtl'll 1 % nt I.oilneton. Kr. , Scl lir.it.br Illnck WHU'i. tlnm t > f Aliuniit XI. will inako tlio e on nf 1KM tit liUI Vltilun ilriHit , Omnba , Nob. Eir.AHoNt 100 " " " " " " " " " . &KIIIV : COC.UJI.Y. T o WEAK MEN _ A. ipWilId medical worlci ahould Ui read . by even man who ti nrrrrmi and drblllutfd. Addrer * Prof. if. C. VO WliUBt Bloodui , Ceoa > NI3W V013.NO I'HKCINOm llio Old ItQgiHtration Clerks Arc lilouUltiK Tliotn Out. The old rcgtstrmu who served last fall In registering the voters for the general election , mot lu the council chamber yesterday , and under the direction of City Clerk droves commenced the tnsk of rcdistrlctlng the wards of the city into voting precincts. The work will occupy several days as It Is a somewhat dlfllcult matter to arrange the voting prcclncUaa that none of them shall contain to oxcoetllltX ) votes. The work nus ns yet hardly been commenced , but the Indi cations are that not less than seventy voting precincts will bo established. No reference Is being paid to former precinct boundaries lu dividing up the territory. The men who are working out tbo scheme are going through the old registration lists , locating the voters by house numbers , and when two hundred nud seventy-live to three hundred tire found in any locality , n line is drawn about that portion of the city map und It Is designated as a precinct. Mayor Gushing is taking n lively Interest In the sub-division nnd has suggested that In order that the rcdlstrlcting shall bo valid , nnd do for some time to como , not to oxreod liV ) votes should bo in any ono precinct. This is to provide for any emigration that might tnko place between now nnd the time of holding the fall election , thus preventing the necessity of a rcdlstrlcting at that time. The mayor rogardr the Australian ballot law as a good ono , but believes that it Is going to prove a costly luxury. In speaking upon this subject this morning ho said : "To put everything in shape and hold th s election , will cost not less than fr.,000. "Wo expect to vote bonds in the sum of 3110,000 , but have no assurance that ttio proposition will carry. If It should not the city would bo out on enormous amount. Under the old system wo could bold n bond election at a cost not exceeding IViOOO , but thcro is a great deal lu having a fulr ballot nnd on honest count. "My idea is that hereafter wo should hold but ono election n year. Wo must make up our minds in tlio fall and dccldo upon bonds that wo will need the following year for carrying on strcot Improvements. Then wo must combine all the propositions nnd vote upon them at the general elections , at which times the county will have to stand Its share of the expense. " ' UoWItt's Llttlo Early Hisers , best pill. BSTADIUISIIEID 1SOS. BUSIMPSON ! 1409 and 1411 DouVo St. , Omaha , Nab. OF- P7irst Class Carriages , The Loading Stylos. The Lowest 1'ricoi VOUH 1'ATllONAGB HOMOITHI ) . HOTEL .Win-mi/ ; , < ' ' * 4ttt ' " " ' "r'1''l/ HiuHt HtdmtHittlHllH conHtructeil Hotel UtiiliUua ' < Otiiitliti. Mcivjvil liciti'ii ftr/rfc yira twin * riiiiiifn// from tinnetnent to roof. All tlin a-lliin/N iul floor * Illicit with. AM > ' to flt-o in-ouf inlilil , ttiuMitn it tiHitoinIMn to burn the unllillnutttenmlieiit , hot < IIH ( t-olil > wuter timl mtiiHlitnriu et-eruroont , SCublo nn < iitrj > nnnuil tiny- if/i ere. 33. SILLOWAY , Prop. HOTEL DELLONS. Corner 14th and Capitol Avemi9. Just completed , has 100 roomi , throj btalrwnys , Irom tha top to tha bottom , luu fine elevator and dlnnms room eat vise , Js flro proof throughout , fine blllarJ rooms ana the finest toilet roomi In ths city. Larao sample rooms , Sultai with bath & 3. Co- 14th and Caoltol Ave. Street oar lervlos In all directions. HrUes , from 2.60 to Sl.OO DR. BAILEY , Graduate Dentist. A Full Sot of Teeth on Ilubbcr. for MVK DOI.I.AIIS. A perfect ntcunruntooil , Tuvtli cmracttxl without pnln or ilunnur , mil without unneitlictlci. Uolil ind llror Illllntrt nt lowest raeti. llrldvo nnd Crown Work. Teeth wltbuut plntus. All worx wur- 0FICE , PAXTON BUOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM Entrnnc , ICiu drcet elector. Open Bnlll 8 O'clock. VALUE RECEIVED That's what the average and fair minded1 customer demands at hands of the dealer , in exchange for his money. WE ABE MANUFAC TURERS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING. We ofier none but reliable garments , materials carefully selected and made \ip righf - I They're always the cheapest to the consumer. When you're offered ! MEN'S SUITS OR BOYS' SUITS for less than your own judgment de clares the making worth , there's a "nigger in the woodpile. " Let'em alone. Common sense , when used , gives every man a fair knowledge of values. Time is money. We have neither to waste in making up trash to gull the public. A selection from our $7.50 line of MEN'S SUITS will give you full value for every cent. Our $1O.OO , $12.50 and $15.OO Suits are made up with every care , well trimmed and durable ; they're worth every nickel we ask and are profitable and economical suits to buy. In the higher grades , such as Spring Overcoats , Business and Dress Suits our lines were never so complete. For RELIALE CLOTI 1 * ING at REASONABLE prices see Money goods Cheerfully do not Refunded satisfy. wlicn BROWNING , KING & CO S. W. Corner 15th and Douglas , THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. DOLLARS AND SENS Hj There are two things to bear in mind in buying a suit of clothes. 0 ne is to buy a ooocl ; article , and the other to buy it at a right price. The English language has many queer kinks and turns in it and many a plain sentence in plain common every day English , is susceptible of being turned around into an entirely different meaning. Take a blackberry , when it's green , it's red. Take the average man in search of a bargain in a suit of clothes , lie walks into a store , walks up to the smiling salesman and says : "I want a cheap suit of clothes. " Now that's just what he don't want ; he wants a suit of clothes cheap. They sound a good deal alike but they're two mighty different affairs. Some stores make a business of s'elling Cheap Suits. Our business is selling Suits Cheap. Time and again have we demonstrated the fact , to your satisfaction , that when we advertise to sell anything cheap , the goo.'ls are always good. A week ago , we advertised between seven and eight hundred suits at four ninety and five ninety. Did we self'em ? Well we should smileWe sold so many and sold 'em so quick that we were broken on sizes before we knew it. To insure another big week in our Men's Depart ment , to accomodate the dozens of customers , who could not get fitted , on account of coming too late , we will put on s.tle this week , six hundred suits , just as good as gold , at prices you never saw named for these same goods in your life , 300 BLRGK GHEUIOT 8RGK SUITS In a lull line of sizes , guaranteed fast color , , and every thread wool , cut to fit , made to stay , lined with good Italian and trimmed in first class order , suits made to sell at ten or a dozen dollars , jit the re- marbly low price ( the lowest ever known ) of S6.OO A SUIT. 300 ELEGRJMT BLUE S0RGE SUITS In all sizes , every thread wool , a fine dressy spring suit.cut , lined , made and trimmed in first-class shape in every way , Suits that would bring twelve dollars just as easy , at the sensational price of S8.9O A SUIT "Suiting" you will certainly suit us. Nebraska Clothing Co. , Corner Fourteenth and Douglas Streets. AMUSEMENTS. BOYD'S Mat. To.lny nt L' . Prices , Me and 73o. -TONIGHT AT All the Great Ballets. All the Super ! ) Scenery. All the Clever Comedians. TIIIIKR NKillTSand 8ATUIIDAV MATr Friday , Saturday , Sunday , May 1,2& , 3 Ainurlua's Krproiuntiitho Gcriiinn Dlalout Coinedlun , Mr.Geo , G. In his beccessful Coniedy-Dnunn. A ROYAL PASS. Sec tlio Great Loroiiiotlr Itncc. 2-ItcaI Working KntliiPS.-2 Hrnr Mr. St iloy Slug Ills Litest SongH. linlieetsoion | Thiirhduy moiiilir-Mit usuul prices. THE GRAND .TU GHT : THIRD WEEK. A GROWING POPULAL SUCCESS. Tliu T.nuuhlni ; Hvont of the Fnnsnii , A lirtlllant nio rainiuo uaoh uxcnliiK ( uliuniji'd dlslitly ) . Two hours of uprouiuiiH lauglttor. Orchestra , & " > < : ; balcony1 i' < o DIME EDEN MUSEE. WKKK Al'llllj' * ) . I.K I'KTIT KKKDIlli : . tlio ( irojl Cbllil C'himi-tor ArtliU liN lu > t appciranco. I'ltinTV JKNN1K yUKil.HV , tlio MldKOt Soubrclt } , full of urace und beauty. TI1K CO.NVKIITKD fANNUIALS. NKW PACKS. NK\V SONUS. NKW SI'KCIAIiTllW. ONK DIM ) ! AinilTH TO ALL. OFFENSIVE FEETASUK with a Rarmlfii R.miily. B od itamp for particular ! . OUOItU'UUA 31 r . CO , 93T Vim , Cl&clnaatl , 0. NO OUR.E1 ! NO 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. Seventeen jctn oxperl n" A rojulir Kr.ilnito in tnncnclna nnllpIoiiM < ! IOT I * tlll troitln * with the Ktcatcil incciM" . nil N'orvom. ( 'hr < inli < anil I'rlvati ! > l on < . A | ii > rnmnant euro ijilnrnrilea 1 for Lntsrrli ( pernintorrlunn , Ln l Mnnhood. Scmlnul Weaknen , Mulit l.onoi , Inipotoncr. Srphllls. ! "lrlftur , anrt nildlif MSUI of the Blood "klniind Urlnnry ( JrKins. N II. I irimrtnteu JVJJfor ororr caio I unJorttka nnd f.ill ti euro Consultation frco. Hook ( MystBrlos of Llfo ) ont froj. O llcohouri 3 a , m. to a p. m. Hundar 19 DOCTOR McGBEW. THE SPECIALIST. Moro than 1.1 > rnr i"ci > crlcnci In tlio ticiitmcnt ot I'liiVATi : ntsKAffi ; * . A euro Kiiar.intccil In : i to . ' > tliiy.ltliont lioUssnf mi tiour't time. GLEET. Tlio mo t romploto mill nbviluto rnre for rect ! nnd nil finnoylnt ; itlcclutrKL's over bnon n tn tln > nieillcal prufes lun. The mutt stubborn chronic nnil Innn stanillnc cnscs permnnpntly mri'd Inlrom5 to lOUayt * STRICTURE Or naln In relieving tlio hlndilor tiermnnentljr cured without I'nln or Instrument" , no cultlnc. no dilating. Tlionio l rimirkublorornedj known to modern tcl- ento. Wrllo lor circulars. SYPHILIS. Cured In .10 to 60 ( liiyn--Ir ) > U'irpw's treatment for tills terrlUlo bloodillroa'elm bi > cn pronounced the most Bucce fill remedy ever illncoiori.il for tin1 uli- solutu euro of U"J ill ea i' . Ilia Mtcct'is i\lth l hi dlst o lm ncni-r been eriwllo | I. A complete euro uuaruntccd. Wrlto for Urculnr . LOST MA.NHOOD And nil we ikncnes of tl e sexual oru.un , nervous ness , timidity nnd despondency absolutely cured The relief Is lnirneill.ite and complete. SKIN DISEASES , Hlieiinintltni nnil nil rtl'on e * nf Ilic blood , liver kldncyi and bladder permanently cure * ! . ' FrMALE DISEASES And neuralgia , ncrvouiness nnd dlKon * of the stomach cuied Tlio doctor H "Homo Trcntmimt' lor ladles ti pronounced by nil who have used U to bo the moit complete nnd comonlent reuiiMy ever of fered for the treatment of female dlea CH H la tru ly n wonderful remedy. No Instrument : ) , no pain Hours for ladle * , from 2 to 4 only. DR. MoQREW'S Mnrvollous success in the treatment of private diseases has won for hiir > a rep utation which is truly nalioiial in character - actor , and his great army of patients roaches from tlio'Atlantic to the Pacific. The doctor is a graduate of "regular" medicine and has had long and caruful experience in hospital practice , and is classed among the leading specialists in modern soirsnco. Treatment by cor respondence. Wrlto lor clrulars about each of the above diseases , free. Office Hth and Fanmin Streets. OMAIINfill. . Entrance on Either Street. GOLD MEDALjjPABIG , 1C78 , W. BAKER & Co from v.'litch the CIOPRI of oil liau been romovotl , Is Absolutely Pi/re and Itla Soluble. No Chemicals arc used in its propnrutlon. It han more than three times tltc strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar , nnd Is therefore fnr nioro economical , ros'ing Jess than one cent u cup. H Is delicious , nourishing , Btrcnglhoalng , JIASILY DIOKSTKD , and admirably adapted for invalids as well ai for persons in health. Sold by Qrocors ovoryvvhoro. W. RflKFR R CO. , PorrhsstPr. X.XCS U Olrt MA.I3XT. All THE WOK'.O ' 1HERE IS HUT ONE CURE DR , MINES' QOIDEN SPECIFIC , II r be u4l n IN cup of ruirre or leu , cr In ur. U U uf r vtl , withoui tli kno vMJff9 ol the p tint. Un > a or ; . It Uktwoluuly harnliti n < J will * n cl p rtu ji nt and up > ! > - mirr. whplhrr tb jp iln < i n ETajJeraKiUlnUr or o loonoll.-4r ok. IT.Nk. > Kit VAJI.M. II op r U o quutlir and willi lueb o j- uiuty Ui l lh pallcnl un rca DO InoaaYcmeno * . and re & U itwaie. hl poniltitt * relo./uctlc J ! tf < ci l. 4Upair * bo-jc of partlouurifret. Tor ri del JCUKN Ii CO. . Iftth tc Uo.lclm , . * Hth t CuiuluiHIi , C.j-'lrnJ. upplltd bv BLAKB. DUUUJ3 U CO , and JUCllAJXPOOM UJ11/O OO. LINCOLN Floral Conversatory , * South East Cor. G rmd 17th . , Lincoln , Nch V i' W. S. Sawyer & PLANTS AND CUT FLOffUlr" General collection of plants and cut flower ! always on hand , Floral duslani , bouquets baskets , etc. , for p-utles. Weddings and cruls n bliocliilty , and sent to any part o ( stale. I'rlcu list fieo. al.crson funeral nurk. uiiui luumuai a INSTITUTE. rorthotroatmonlof all CHIlO.m1 AND 8UHOIOAI IHSEASI'Id. llracoi , Appllnncoi furDuformltloganup * I Trumco * . Unit 1'ncllltlni Apparatus end Homodloi fursuceosnfnl treatment of every form of dlnoui mqiilrliiK Mudlcalor Mnrulc.il Treatment , NINKTlf ROOMS I'Olt I'ATIKNl'H , lloinl nnd Attendance * . ll ! t Accommod itloni WIM ( , Wrlln for circular ! oa Doforniltles nnd HracoJ , TriM'oi , Club Foot , CnrrA * tiirm of hplno , I'llns , Turnon , Cnncor , Catarrh , llronchltli , lull ilntKin , Kloctrlrlty , I'uruljrsli , Kpll I'yuy , Klilnojt , llladdcr. Kyo. liar , Hkln and Illood. nml nil S'urKloal liporallom. DISKASia OK WO.MKN n pfcl'ilto. llouk o Pl oaioi of Wiiinun rroo. W luivo latolr added ft lylnu In lcp ) irtniont for Women During ( o'ndnument ( Strictly I'rlvato I Only llolla- f > \leilli-iljnjtjtuto Jlnkliu n Specialty of I'lll- All ill mil iil oi 'e auccoMfully troatol. Modlcln * ir lintiinni'iiti ncnt by nmll or oxpruJi ocurolr rncki'd no in iru ! to Indlcatu conlunH or ender , ODD iicrsotn. lntr-r loiT proformd Cull and roinull . , ami wlll'oiin In n nr i > nd hliory of your r.iij wo tat"wr ? P"r our HOOK TO MKV KIIIJB upon ITl- "litlSpVilnl or Sorvoiu Dlmu'ot. wlthquMtlunlUI. A'ldicsiall litti-r to < Dr. A. T. McLuughlln , Prosldoti ttli und llarnoy btrooH. Oiii.tna. "LEE" WING Chinese Physician 1543 Larimer St. , Denver , t ole SPECIALIST. To tlioxci > iifTeriD4 ' " , " " tlS etTpt of HID t.riim fi'llowing ill t'n nH , uu I clc-ilra lluallh , hiiil < lwrllol.t-cw neiit'Uioe , AIIUI ivi wi pcci h.ir to worn. n , fnllliiCWii.iKiii' " " Imt iminj liuiiil , nurvnmili'iii'ti oiuul 16.13 Larimer St Uonvor' , Cclo. Kncloio tnmp fur reply nilcliMUV. KnslUh IlUi.ond IliaJld. PILLS Orlclnal and Only Otuulnc. Diu/l'l.l f r C i tiitir't Kuilfi * HI * , n > nfra Mn Ittd fWlwiulUt ( iiti. HI llli ! ) ' rlMo T ke 'noothrr.ffWi ' itdiiffircui lutifllu * - luni ai.d Inllallonf. it Uru lili , r | > D < 4. la lunin < a > .tU l.ri , u.Uuionl.ll , "tlfll.f fur l.nill ii,11lnlimr. by f.ltl III.UOU fi ' BoU t ; nnniin HA.SD.VLWOOII I'AIMUIiRlt r lh uuuu I A t > > t nud only capiuloi prescribed bf i n euular pliytlclant for the curouf . . _ llicunrtfo * from th urinary orga DU rltttJ ur C'ulrl II.W pi