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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3 , 1891.
TUB WRECK OF TDK ELDORADO A Morgan Line Eteamor Wrecked on tbo Great Bahama Banks. A WRECKING STEAMER TO THE RESCUE. Towed Hunk to Port Slio Carried u Cnr o Vnlunit nt $1OOOOO nml ti.ta Hound From New 1'ork to New OrloaiiH. During tlio pule on the 8th of August the Morgan Line steamer , Kldorado.wns drlvou uahoro on the great Btilwinu Banks. On the same date Acting Secretary Nottloton , tit Wnnlilngton , received u telegram from Collector Ilorr tit Key West , Flu. , suyintr : Southern 1'iicillc steamer Eldorado now asliuro ten miles southeast of Great Isaac Shoal , with forward compartment lull of water. Ship and cargo possibly bo saved by prompt assistance. Wreck ors at ship and no appliances. Southern Pacillo agent hero requests authority to Bond McLnno to tow wrecking pumps and goar. Assistance ordered from Now York , but will probably arrive too Into. McLnno only available help. Orders wore sent to tlio commanding olllccr of the McLiino to render all pos sible assistance. The Eldorado was finally towed into port. The cargo was valued at $100,000 and insured in the Atlantic Mutual. The entire freight , stored into upper and lower deck anil "in hold" cargo was Bold bv the Marino Under writers in Now York. THE BOSTON STORE BUYS IT. Adviro in private of the probable sulo of this cargo in Now York , ono of the firm Immediately loft to confer with the Marino underwriter. After four days' hard work cash once moro proved a bonanza , AND TIIK BOSTON STORE GOT IT For tlio last two weeks ono of the linn has personally supervised the loading of thcHo goods. In consequence of the lower duck cargo bolus soaking wet , it has been ad visable toship it first , The shipment is now In part here. The rest of ttio lower dock and hold cargo Will arrive in order ns they nro gotten ready. The upper dock cargo is entirely free from damngo. all being protected in a measure by the casings , which if broken leave the contents perfect. This greatest of all wreck sales and the greatest single cash purchase over made by an Omaha firm , will commence Wednobday , November ( . All wet goods will bo sold in the base ment. THE BOSTON STORE , Right on the corn or now , N. W. Cor. 10th and Douclas. ItUILII A OOiU'KK PJMNT. Smelter Company to Add a New and Important l iitorpriHo. Another very important incronso In the number mid variety of Omahu industries is How an assured fact. Omaha is to have a copper works which will turn out ( Ivo tons of pure copper per any. The pltmt is to bo the property of the Oinnha and Grant Smelting and Hell ning com pany and President Barton stated yesterday morning that the work of establishing the plant would commence at onco. Mr. Hartoa returned Saturday from Den ver where ho had completed the arrange ments for locating and operating the largo plant. A building about SOxlM ) foot will bo erect ed on the river b ink about midway of the length of the smelting company's property and In this about $7. > ,000 worth of machin ery will ho plnccd. This machinery has been ordered and a largo part of it is on thn ground. The now works will only employ about fifty men , a number of whom will bo export workmen , hut it will ho a very important addition to the smelting works as it will then bo possible to treat the ores for every metal they contain. Tuo process to ho used is known as the electrolytic process , and is the most advanced process known to thotrado. Tlio copper nmtto is roasted to burn out the sulphur and U smelted in order to draw off as much of the other metals as possible. The residue Is then nmdo into thin plates containing copper with a small proportion of gold and silver. These plates nro treated to aii electric bath in which the copper is de posited in the form of flue copper and the gold and silver are freed. Heretofore the copper produced at the smelter has been made largely into blue vitriol and the portion whicli was not used for that purpose has been shipped to eastern copper works or to foreign nmruets. Tlio Omaha smelter will still continue to makn blue vitriol hut will also u.so all of the nmltc mi-do hero as well ns all matte made at the Denver works of this company. In an ticipation of the starting of this plant the company has boon holding all its malto , both hero and at Denver and now has a largo stock on hand , The Omaha and Grant company will now bo nulo to hnndlo all of the copper ores of the west. They hnvo heretofore refused to hnndlo those ores us they \vero not prepared to treat thorn properly but all these ores will now bo shipped hero and every particle and kind of metal extracted. St. Louis has had almost a monopoly on the copper industry in the west , us the only works of Importance were located there and were in tho. nands of the copper trust. Now , however , coiipnr plants are being erected at Anaconda , llultlmoro and Chicago , us well ns ono here. Small In .size , great in results ; DoU'itt'i Llttlo ICarly Uisor-i. Hint pill for constipa tion , best for sick headache , bait for sour stomach. IIAPTISTS IN CONFKUI3NCE. "Tlio Deacon" tlio Suhjc-ot of I'.ipcr and DlNoiinHion. The regular monthly mooting ot the Bap tist ministers of Uiuulia convened In thocafo nt the Pnxtoa yesterday morning. The presi dent , Kev. L. A. Hall of Council Bluffs , being absent , Unv , Wllcox was in the chair , and llovs. V. M. Foster , 13. N. Harris , S. 13. Wilcox - cox , J.V. . Harris , G , J. Pock and Mr. Jtuison In attendance. Chairman Hall came In nftor the mooting had boon called to order , The first business on the programme was a Bound and interesting paper by Dr. Stone on the olllccs of the deacon , In which he hold ihero could bo no use lor any ministerial helper hut those named In the new testa ment. Dr. Stone was led to an Investigation of this subject by the abuses by the board of deacons In most all of the colored churches of the south. Some Uttlo discussion on the subject tol- lowed , A committee from the Ilottieden church was piesout and laid befnro the convention the advisability of Inviting tha sttito Baptist convention to Omaha. Mr.Vllcox though It would bo the proper thing to have the pastors of the various churches lay the matter before their congre gations nt luulr next mooting and got an ex pression on the miiltor , Mr. Foster also thought this was the pro per course to pursue , Mr. Hall thought the convention should not bo Invited hero uultm the clmrchei paid the expenses ot the delegates. Dr. Stone thought tlio delegates should bo upplleU with their dinners mul suppers at the hall In which the convention is held. In order to glvo thorn an opportunity of general social Intercourse. After seine general discussion It was decid ed to luy the matter before the various con gregation * next Wednesday night and report to the nothodna church as quickly thereafter ns convenient. Don't patronlio foreign wines when you can got a bettor ono nt homo. Try Cook' WHY IS IT , I1I3NUY ? Klcotrio liltfht Coinpnny Aootiscil of AVorklnii fur OntliofT. OMAHA , Nov. 2. To the EdltorofTitr. BER : It hai been reported to mo that the Electric Light company baa hired n man In the Pint wnrd named Tulquost to work for Mr. Ost- holt , and bo began his work yesterday by gottttiR several kegs of beer and distributing It where li Would do the most good , What Is tbo reason of ttili Interest In Mr. Osthoff's success ou the part of the corpora tion nioiitlouodl Yours Truly , JOVVTIHX EinvAiins , 1 111) ) South Seventh Avenue. , MM//.I. Hoard of Kdnontlon. At the meeting of the Hoard of Education held In the High school building all members were present. Superintendent Muuroo reported a total enrollment of l.ii'JO pupils In the schools of the city since the opening of the school year , an avcraga daily attendance of OI'J. The average attendance is considerably increased. Bills , including balances on the Fourth ward building and the addition to the Al bright school , amounting to id , Kb. 37 were allowed and ordered paid. City Trd.isuror Honor's report showing a halaiico of $ | s'J'it.-ll ' : in the school fund was road and accepted. The question of the validity of the title to lots which the board recently purchased re- cclvca a thorough discussion hut no definite action was taken , After listening tosomo very pertinent sug gestions from Superintendent Muuroo the board adjourned. City Cotinuil. The council met last evening mid after roll call adjourned to meet Thursday evenIng - Ing of this week. The adjournment was taken to allow the members to participate in the political demonstrations. Yard and OIHc Notes. Inspector Howard reports cichty-four lump Jaws condemned and Hilled during Octo ber and the average returns to owners at S3.25 per head. VV. A. Glllosnloof Gunrflson , Colo. , was a visitor nt the Exchange and looked over the yards. He said ho was amazed at the growth within the past few years. "Doc" Lf > e , thegonlalsolicltorof thoyards , has returned from a three months" ' trip through Idaha and Oregon , xlo says that the stockmen have about cleaned out their ranches and gone into winter quarters. her , 1SUO. An increase of 9,0Vi ( cattle and ! ) , - Oil ) sheep , but a decrease of 7f,050 hogs. The run of westerns from this on will bo light. The corn foil cattle will now hnvo their tuning. The western stockmen are be coming warmer friends of this market overv year and they generally concede that they got more for their cattle than they reckoned on. on.John John D. Robinson , ono of the veteran and best known packing house men in the city , after a continuous employment of seven years with the G. II. Ilnuimonu company , Saturday severed his connection with that plant and will leave tomorrow for a ton days' visit with friends in Chicago , Detroit and other eastern cities. Mr. Hohlnson has as many friends as any man in the city , all of whom wish htm well in his future business. City Notes. M. C. Cook is in Schuylor visitintr friends. J.V. . Klmball loft , for Butte , Mont. , his future homo. J.V. . Slpo and S. W. Jauios nro visiting in Valparaiso and Lincoln. Mrs. Arthur Shorrell of the Third ward is sick with malarial fever. J. B. MoFarluiul , ono of the yard oin- ploycs , has returned from a trip through the wost. Colonel Bradford ot the G. II. Hammond company , after an extended tour over the stnto , has returned. Stacey Everett of the Missouri Pacific claim department , Kansas City , is the guest of Fred A. Broadwell. Hon. W. B. Shryock of Louiivillo , an old acquaintance of J. F. HItcbhart , was u vis itor in town yesterday. The Ladies Aid society of the First Chris tian church will give a public dinner and suppar today , election day. A sister of Mrs. Thomas \VhltM < 1soy , after a pleasant visit in this city , returned to her Whonton , 111. , homo Sunday. QIC. C. I'rlco of Swift & Co. , with his bndo , has returned from the mountains whither they went on their bridal tour. D. H. Scott , ono of the veteran employes nlthoyaras , has rotuined from Blair , where ho attended the ICeoloy Institute- . Harry Tnge , a popular young man of this city , after an extended sojourn in the west ern part of the state , has returned. Mr. I. li riu Ic of Fronchtown , N. J. , father of Cashier A. 1' . Brink of the Packers National bank , is visltlnir the latter. The regular monthly mooting of the Live Stock Exchange was hold yesterday after noon and much routine business transacted. Minnie Edfln. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Conrad , died yostcrdav. The " funeral occurs this afternoon" laurel lull. The Board of Registration lltushed its labors Saturday evening. The total number of names registered in South Omaha is 'J , IIS. The King's Daughters will give a social and literary entertainment In the Albright Methodist church Thursday evening of this week. The Junior Epworth League are arranging fora social and literarv , to bo given nt the Methodist church Tuesday evening of next wcolc. Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Dennis and Miss Nolllo Dennis have returned from Holstoon , In. , where they attended the wedding of Miss Dennis' sister. Mr. and Mrs. U. A. C.irpoater , Mrs. F. Graham and Miss Jennie Graham left S-itur- day for Olympia , Wash , , where they will ro- stdo In the future. South Omaha Lodge No. 100 , Independent Order of Goou Templars , hold a public In stallation of olllcurs last evening at the Methodist church. The Brotherhood of Rail wav Car Men mot last , evening in Knights of Pvthhn hall. N street. Grand Chief Charles Mosslmor of St. Joseph , Mo. , was present. John McGraw , an old resident of this city , has returned from California utter a two years' nbsom-o , and Is the guest of his old time friimd. Donald J. Flynn. Tuo regular monthly mooting of the Ep worth League will bo hold In the Mothoilist church Friday evening of this week. At tills meeting the Icaguo will determine- upon a date on which to plvo tholr 'doestnctskulo" ontortulnmont. City Clerk John Ryan has put the finish ing touches on SIU'.OJO worth ot paper- South Omaha bonds , divided ns follows : Paving SsU.OOO , curbing $10,000 , grading $ < ) ,000. These bonds are now ready to bo forwarded to Now Yorlr. The iiomocrats hold their final rnlh nt republi cans hold a counter rally in Wordoman's hall. Several prominent speakers addressed the meeting. Her Head \\i\tt Itcval. Sny , Jenny , will you have mo I No , Tom. Why not , Jenny I 'Causa you carry bottles In vour pocket , Tom. U liv , Jenny , this is only a bottle of Hallor'i Sure Ctiro Cough Syrup. O-o-o-o ! Tom. O-o-o-o ! Jouuy. Tab- .eaux. CONTINENTAL CLOTHING HOUSE , Necessary to Unload. This week we will unload Men's Suits at rearranged prices. Boys' Knee Pant Suits at prices which will only require a glance to convince you. Boys' Long Pant Suits we must unload We have to many. The prices this week will do the work. Men'Suit Department. - We call attention to several lines of all wool cassimerc suits , ai/angcd especially for this sale < it $12 , goods sold all season for $18. Men's Sack Suits , $13 , $14 , $15. In all about 600 sack suits placed on sale this week at these popular prices , $13 , $14 , $15 , suit able for any gentleman to wear to his business. An absolute saving of at least $5 on every suit Another Lot of Men's Fancy Giie viet Suits Were received today in the new shade. Price $15. Men's Overco at Department. The , weather is not very favorable for winter weight overcoats , but this is when we arc doing , the business. Quality , quantity and Price is what does it. WE WILL UNLOAD In the Boys' Department 2SO Knee Pant Suits , ages 4 to 14 , at $2.SO. "You just want to step into the Continental and ask to see them. The suit will cost $2.SO. You can fit the same boy to an Overcoat for $3 ox * $4. You can't do ft later. We are unloading this week. WE MILL UNLOflD. BOYS' ' LONE PUNT SOITS $5 $ This week 4SO Boys' Long Pant Suits , in several styles of fancy cheviots , at $ S and $ S.8O a suit , ages 1O to 14 yea.r-s. Cost double outside - ) - side the Continental. ' WE WILL UNLOAD. BOYS' CAPE OVERCOATS. We cannot describe them. You must see them to appreciate what we are doing in Boys' Cape Overcoats at $3.SO , $4 and $4.SO. $4.SO.BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS AT $3 , $3.50 AND $4. Plenty of them. All sizes. Several styles to select from at $3 , $3.SO and $4. A saving of $1.6O to $2 on every suit. BOYS' KNEE PANTS 50 CENTS. Full winter weights. All sizes. Mostly odd pants , ages 4 to 14 , at SO cents each on one table. Don't come next week and ask to see them. A sale of Continental Knee Pants at SO cents means a rush , and they won't last long. FREELAND-LOOMIS CO. , Douglas and ISth Streets. OAJIK TOO ti.VTH. Edward JorffetiHeii Died Wlulo nil Olllccr ltiii Cor Alcdlcini : . Edward Jorgensen of Omaha is no longer in the land of the living. The old man was found lying on the side walk on South Thirteenth street at G o'clock last evening , apparently suffering a gre.it dual of pain. Hu was taken In the patrol wnqon to the station and the city physician was called. Dr. ( japcn was out making a call at the time and did not get to the station until after 8 o'clock. Ho prescribed for the sick man and Captain Moslyti sent an ofllcor out to get the proscription llllod. Before the medicine arrived the old man was dead. Just before dving ho said ho had a son-in-law named William ( joodnmn living at the cor ner of Seventeenth and Cuming streets. An ofticor was sent to Unit part ot the city to llnil the ( joodmmi family , but no tr.ico of anybody of that uaino could be found in that locality. Tho'coroinr was notified and visited the jail about 10 o'clock. Ho found In the pock ets of the deceased some dccus to lots in Council IHulTs , executed only a few months ago. The papers bore ttio notarial seal stamp cf J. H. Jorome. The doccn&od appeared to bo atnut & > years olu. Ho were a dark brown stilt of rough and sccdv looking clothing and were a heuvv hoard on the chin. Coroner Harrigan said ho could not toll from u superlicial examination the exact catiso of ( loath. The remains were removed to Il'jiilly it Heaffy's , where an inquest will be hold today. Tlic Ilrnt Authorities Such as Dr. Die Lewis , I'rof. Gross , and others , agree that catarrh is not a local but n constitutional disc iso. It therefore requires a constitutional remedy liuu Hood's S.irs.i- panlhx , which olToctually and permanently cures catarrn. Thousands praise It. Hood's pills c'iro liverllls.jaundlcc.blllious- ncs.s , sick heauacho , constipation and all troubles of the dizcjtiva ptvuns. Don't oloot a private bank city treas urer. NVilliiimVolbhans ) is the only candidate who Is not n banker. Ho is worthy of your biipport , [ adv. ] Kccolvi'iIllorli \VCT. "Ono ot the unpleasant features , indeed almost the only nno connected with the sale of tlio I'ucilio Short Line Is that by it Sioux City will lese Receiver Hlerbowur as oven a quasi cltUen , " romanced ono of the Sioux City gentlemen to n Journal reporter. And the same sentiment was expressed by all who had relations with Mr. lllurbowor. Mr. Clarrotbon was warm in his praise of the re tiring receiver and his conduct of the roan , and the good words nro ilcsoived. Taking hold of the road when It was In the worst possible hhnpo. ho has brought order out of chaos , built up a business tor the line and won for It recognition aa a well managed , prosperous road , and mm with a promising future , Operated under n necessarily heavy expouso under the term of the receivership , It has Increased Its business rapidly , and from starling with an empty treasury and a balance on the deolt bide ot the account , has come to pay expenses and accumulated n sung Uttlo surplus. As an evidence of the pleasant , relations existing between the owners of the road and the receiver , It may bo noted that the receiver's componsntloa for the term of his sorvlco , wtilch under the statute Is to bo lixcd by the court in case Used iu JUilliQus of Homes o YQ3V3 the the parties in interest fail to agree on the amount , was n larger ono than any railroad man in a similar position has drawn any where in the country within the last year. DoWitfs Llttlo Enny msors ; only pillto curcsickheadacho and rejuuto thobinvjU Win. Butt of tlio Third ward will run as an independent democrat for ooyncil- iimn-tit-largo. Vote for him. Vote for William .T. Wolshaus for city treasurer. Mr. Bolln should bo satisliod with two terms as county treas urer. Vote for Wolshaus. [ adv. ] AX A OU.UK WK.VTS. "bcnator , " said Crane ono evening after the performance , " 1 am going to the cnpitol tomorrow and I want you to make a speech for mv special benefit , will you do it ! " "I'll try , " said Plumb. "If anything comes up that t'ives mo a good text I'll ' sail in. " A3 luck would have it the text appeared In Mr. Hoar's proposition to chnugo the title of some of our diplomatic represcnta'ivos from min ister to ambassador , If I'lnrnb had been given the choice of the subject for the pur- peso of showing off his peculiar oratorical abilities ns an object lesson to his friend Crane , ho could not have picked out a bettor one. one.How the senator pitched into poor Mr. Hour and mriilo the senator and everybody else believe that the innocent old gentleman was proposing nothing short of treason to American liberty. How ho did ridicule the anglo-manlacs of the ohto o.ibt aim tlio snobs of the diplomatic service. Actor Crane laughed until his sides ached to see Plumb Jerk out his short crisp bontcncos in his char acteristic way as If hovns stopping every few words to see how vicious anil ugly ho could make the next ono. As usunl Plumb emphasized other sentences by reaching under his waistcoat , and with the thumb of his loft hand straightening out an imaginary twist in his suspenders. Crane "caught on , " to use a slang expres sion , and tncJ the trick at that evening's performance. Now his Imitation and maitc-up of Plumb are perfect. Mr. Cr.uio and his excellent company come to Hoyd's now theater on tomorrow nn J t'ao following oven- nigs , presenting Lloyd's and Ifosonfold's great remedy , " I'ho Senator , " for the llrst limu in Omaha. Hundreds of pcoplo hi- quhcd anxiously at the box oftlco of noyd's now theater yostnrdav respecting the en gagement. The advnucn wile of sents opens nt' ) o'clock this morning and the indications are that by this evening seats tor Wednes day night'will have nearly nil been sold. During the perfdrmauco of the llvoly com edy "The Nominee , " by Nnt C. Coodwin mid company nt , lioyd's now theater this evening , the elout/ion / returns , furnished by the Western Union Telogruph company , will bo road 'from the stage between the acts. "Tho Nominee" is a political coined/ and Is appropriate to tbo occasion. This will bu Mr. Cioodwin's uloaiug performance nt the Boyd. No gripping , ua nausea , no pim when DoWltt's Uttlo Kurly Ulsow urj taUoa Small pill. Sato pill. Bon pill. Eye fi otu * HUCKUUII , ! ' . T. Allan , M.I ) . , Knintfo blk , ISt'lite ' Ilarnoy , Unmlnu Of- llco iluys , Mou. , Tua-i. , Wuu1. , ami Sat. Old polltiulniih bhould bo fjlvon a rest and no buuKor should bo oloolod city tronsuror. Vote for William .1. Wof- blwiis. . _ [ adv. ] NcliriiHlcu Suunr. The Grand Island and Norfolk beet sugar Is arriving on this market In largo iiuantlilos and is meeting with rendy salo. D. M. Stcclo & Co. report that thov have already sold over twenty c.irs. The quality of the sugar Is equal to uny muilo. The output of the Noljr.isltiv factories Is estimated nil tha wuy from : ' 0d to lee CUM for the season. CiosjIcr'sMaglolteaaucnQ iV'afori.Curoi .1 bcuducliosin U'O uilnutui. At all .Scckini ; line tloii. The Heal K-italo Owners association has rccohod n lottur from lU-nry and L S. Cur tis of Chicago in regard to establishing a ivo oxmrau , LEAVES A DELICATE AND LASTrwa ODOR. l''orsnlol ' > rnlinruRnml r.incy(3oods Drillers or II uniililo to procure tlilH Miimlurttilunii | > ecndttfit In Btamps and receive n cuko liy return mall. JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , Chicago. SI'nCIAI.-Phnmlnn noils WnUz ( the populat Society Wnltz ) ventriCKK to imjono ecndlus u luruu wrappers of bluuiclon Ilcils buun. "QUOD AB OMNIBUS QUOD USIQUE. " liritislr Medical Journal. "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. " " The best beverage" TKUTH , LONDON. SOLE EXPORTERS : THE APOLLINARIS COMPANY , LD. , LONDON , ENG. Bailey ( P 5 The L ailru i i DENTIST. Third Flour Pnxton Illoclt , Tclupnno llltli aii'il Faniiuu St s. A full sot of tooth , on rnblior , for $ " > IVrfoot ( It. Tooth without uluti's or roniovahlo urldKUork , just the thins for blnaura und niibllo bpouKurh , nuvor drop down. Teeth Extractal Without Pain. All llllliiKb ut ruasoniiblo ratus , all \\orl ; wurraiitutl. Cut UI'H oiu for a iiiUlti. plant In Oinulm for the manufacture of a now liiinvcsting much i no. U is do.suriuod us u platform liarvcbtor as dlstlnuulHhcd from the oluvator uiachlno now in use. The guntlo- moil do not btuto pnsltivoly what tlioy want , hut It miuht ho infurrod from tlio letter that they would lllio to muuo nrrmiKcmouts with soiiio Omaha mauhluu shop to do the work for thorn. _ _ \OttCl ! To the inoiiibors of the Oiniihu club. The election returns will he received at the Oinuhii club IIH iidtinl Tuesday oven- lujf , Nov. IJ by speeltil who. The following ilconsa vvaro isauoJ hy JudL'o yiilulds yoitorJayt Niinio nml Addres-i. AKII. I Uudoliih I'owi'C , Uiniihn . . . -U ) Miuy ilunUuiaou , Omahu . , . li ! ri'url ( ! Itowo. Um.ihu . ' . ' 4 i Maiy W. Uyiui , Uni.iha . " .1 I CliurlUN H. Wooilbiiry , Counoll UlnlTr * . . ' ( } ] Nulll" Wi-hiltir. Dmiiha . I'J IT ( i. Mowur. Uiiidhi . - C I l.onN.v A Wliihlcuiiii ] , Umuliii . ' . 'U Vote for William J. Wolshans for city trcu uror. llo is an old eltlzoi ) , hoiiuwt and conipotoiit. [ adv. ] 1:5 I'orinics. The following pormli wow muoJ hy the Huportiitondoutof buildings yodterdiiyt Ml s J. MvK.iv , niiu-Miury fr.iinu ihvull- lnnr. I wc-nij-fourth und 1'owlor incniiii . . . i 1000 Two luiiixr periuita 4X1 Total J , < W NO OUREX ! NO PAY. 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. Mnnr yonm'eiporlonca. A irguhr erndunto In modlclno nj dlptamiu shuw. Ii still treating /rlth th ( Crouton snoco" all Nervous , Chronic nml I'rlvnto ll i" . A permiaont cnrn k'unrnntrntl for Cntarrrt Hiionimtorrhoen , Lost Minhooil , Humlrml Wonknuii , N'lcht I.ujsus. Imiiutuner , Syphilis , Slrlcturo , nnd ul | aiiouiesortliu IllooJ , Sklnnrul UrlnurOrnans. . N II. 1 ginrmiUe $ . < W for every cnw I uudertaku nml Jill to cure. Consultation tri'a. Hook ( My t rloa ot Life ) luia fruo. OUloo hours-1. ) a. ru. to 8 p. in. IB r. m. to 1 ] m. Send ntnmp far reply. a VstP a Bun B THE NOTED SPECIALIST in the treatment of all forms of PRIVATE DISEASES. 17 sonrs experience , ( licet nml nil annojiiKfdi'.clinrKes ; Strictnro ordilllcultyiir pain in roliovmir tlio llliuldor ; typlillix anil all Din. eatcHof tholllood nnd Skin : ru'notisnofrH. ( icnerul IMillitj , IOH of Manhood nml Ambition , Want of I.ifo nml Vitality , Had ileinory. DoHpondent. DihcnuniKPil , Itcliof obtained \\itlmiitloMiof tlino from husini'hs. The most powerful n-mpdiiw known to modern scieneo for tlio treatment of tlio iil > eve disc. ihcs. Uhoiuk cruw Htronn , thodoripnndcnt liecomocheerful from ri'iioued VilalHj , Ambition 'nnd Courage. My resources nnd facilities for doiim IniHinebH nro unsnrpnb'icd. Alli'oneipondencoHlrictlyiirivnte.Vrltofortormu. . circularn nnd question list. t4th and Farnam Sis. , Omaha , Neb. MOORE'S IT WOUKHIJ WON'UHltS. The following Is an oxtraot from a icttor of Itov. J. W. ( Jarlor to Rov. J. T. Mumford : "It 1ms beiiofittod my wlfo so much I want her to continue the use of the incdlcliio. Taking into consideration lior ti o (01) ( ) years ) and the lonir Ktiindln of her liver and kidney troubles the Trco of Llfo has worked wonders in her case. 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