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THE DAILY BEE.
E. HOSEWATBS : EDITOR
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
roK rREStnnsT :
TAMES A , GAKF1ELD ,
o ! Ohio ,
FOB VlCE-FRrSlDEXT ,
CHESTER A. AUTHUK ,
of Ivew York.
GEORGE W. COLLINS ,
of Tavnese County.
JAMES LAIRD ,
of Adams County.
JOHN M. THURSTOX ,
of Douglas Count } ' .
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Tor Member of Congress ,
EDWARD K. VALENTINE.
For member of Congress ( Contingent ) ,
THOMAS J. MAJORS.
For Governor ,
For Lieutenant-Governor ,
E .C. CA3OsS.J
Tot Secretary of State ,
S. J. ALEXANDER.
For Auditor ,
For Treasurer ,
G. 31. EARTLKTT.
For Attorney-General ,
a J. DILLWORTH.
Tor Commissioner of Public Lands anC
A. G. KENDA1X.
Per Superintendent of Public Instruct on ,
W. W. JONES.
For Attorney Third Judicial District.
X -T. BUIINHAM.
TUB European fuss ovei Turkey
tloe not necessarily begin with
Tiianktgivin : * .
OTTING to a continuous pressure on
Us advertising and local columns
during fair week , the telegraph and
editorials hare been tomcwhat cut
The democratic county convention
vras Held yesterday at the court house ,
Jt is understood that Charley Bedick
didn't eccurc his delegation for the
SENATOR CONKUSOwill speak on
Tuesday naxt in Warren , Ohio , and
General Grant trill preside at the same
meeting. On the 29th instant Mr.
Conkling will epor.k at Cleveland , and
n * . Cincinnati on the 1st of October.
YOUK business men are circu
lating a suggestive campaign document
in the hands of western merchants
when buying goods. It is four blank
j > posof print paper labeled on the
cover , "Hancock's Civil Record. ' '
GIUNT was married last even-
1113 to n daughter of W , S. Chnpnmn ,
DDO of the wealthiest of Californian
millionaires. "Buck" Grantattended
IUB brotner's wedding , and ts said to
Jiave admitted the breaking off of his
engagement with Misa Flood. There's
many a slip between the flood and ihc
* THE renpminalion > f Miles Ross by
the democrats of'the Third district ol
INeTr Jersey is a ehame and a disgrace.
Tl 'si is known as one of the most cor
rupt politicians of New Brunswick.
It ia not surprising to learn that 01
i ho snnouuccment of the result to the
convention delegates from two coun
ties lift the hall.
TUB greenback convention in Maine
yesterday decided , after considerable
opposition , to fuse with the democrats
.n an electoral ticket for the Novem
ber tlection. The democrats are giv-
vu thre of the seven electors. Solon
Cliaso and a large following decline
io tbida by the decision of the con
vention and will put in nomination
Mraight greenback set of electors. In
fither event tiio republican party will
have to exert their best endeavor * .
Tur. immense proportions attained
1 > y English worklngmen'a socicltos is
u'.meting much attention among me
nhanics and laborers in this.country.
< > ua reason why their condition is so
flourishing in England is said to bo
I'ecauso in addition to their trades
union features they tiUo the place oi
1 ho mutual aid and benefit associations
no common in this country. Four ol
the English organizations the en-
jtJneers , iron fonnden , boiler makers
M > d steam engine makers have neatl
} iO,000 member * , with annual incomes
I'Cgrega'.ing over 81,003,000. In 1S70
th y expended nearly twice that
amount for the benefit of sick and idle
Jiic ibers. It is eaid that the admin
is'ration of the affairs of these socie-
'i 3 is remarkable for economy auc
Jnnoaty , and their benefits to mom-
lura and their families can scarcely be
MANY complaints are coming from
i epublicaus of tiio mxnner in which
t ho Now York campaign is being man-
ngJ. All the cheap morning pape >
t ro either honestly democratic or arc
"charing the independent livery to
lorve the democracy in. Of ifar-
jier's Weekly , the Ponnsylrania Jfonf/c
j/ / . remarks :
One republican paper , HarporV
"y. we believe to be doing more
] arm than tjood. The coarseness of
t s political illustrations is especially
i ihappy at the present time , they be-
i 4 aimed , as usual , at the
1 ish Catholic voters , whet
t -ra to ba the btte noir of
t loio Methodist publishers. Now , h
1 ppens , a weak point In the present
c -tnocratic campaign is the absence of
t \J marked enthusiasm' among onr
C .thplio citizens for the democratic
c 'Jdidate. They liave all Heard of
1 r . Surratt , and if they voti for her
executioner , r will re through the
for : ? of pirly uffi'iinon ' : , and not
fi > in any love for him. They have
n si heard of the British Fred trade ,
i what It did f jr Ireland ; and they
" * no mora m love -with it than
other featuie of British rule.
J1 ; the TPeeWy , with its nasty pi-
tares posted at every newspaper Btand ,
doing U best to rouse the Celtic
temper aeaitut the republicans. It
w -I be ahsppy day for the repablicsn
p r-y when this "Journal of Civiliza-
n a" confine * its thare in politics to
2L - . Cnrtis1 editorial * , tnd no longer
tC' mahej It * readers with this strange
oc , apound of. Curtis and Na t It is a
df 'arlfcfct libel on iho party io attempt
* < aanfou&a its nrinciplcs with such
pr rjadicej of race and cre d as Xasl
f in hia carieitiim. t
THE "KIsB JOKER. "
Th3 BEE has received through the
courtesy of one of its southern su tscrib-
ers a number of the famous tissue bal-
lots or "kiss jokers" used in the famous
campaign of187C when Wade Hamp
ton led the red shiits , South Oaro-
lina to a glorious victory. The bal
lots in our possession are print ad on
thick tissno paper and are about three
by ono and a half inches dimensions.
They wera gotten up In Orangeburz
county and are headed by the
names of Wada Hamptcn for governor
atd W. D. Simpson for lieutenant
governor , besides containing the full
democratic state and county nomina
tions. By their means in 1878 the
county which in 1876 cast nearly twice
as many republican votes as it did
democratic was counted in for Hamp-
elected by an overwhelming majority.
A comparison of the two yeara * vote
ehowE the powerful effect of tbe "kiss
joker" when properly used. In 187G
the tissue ballot had not come into
; eneral use. The red shirt brigade
placed more reliance on intimidation
and negro killing as a means of sup
pressing the republican vote than on
fraud at the polling place ? . The re
sult was that in 1876 , the republicans
carried the state for Hayes and Wheel
er by a majority of nearly one thou
sand votes. In some counties , nota
bly in Edpefield arid Greenfield , the
tksue ballot was used , and its
effects were so startling to the
republicans and EO satisfactory to the
democrats that in the succeeding elec
tions means were taken to put this si
lent perverter of the people's will in
to operation throughout the state.
Half a million of the tissue ballots
were distributed in the various coun
ties fo ihe chairman of the democrat-
is committees. Ten or fifteen were
folded together and voted cs one.
When the votes in the ballot bosea
were found to exceed the number on
the poll lilt , republican billets , which
could be easily detected from
the democratic tissue votes ,
were drawn from the boies ,
leaving only the "Kits jokers. " The
result was that out of a total vote cf
119,363 , the democrats polled 119,650
votes through the aid of the tissue
billot. This , in the words of a cele
brated confed brigadier , "beat the in
timidation business by a good deal. "
The bloody ehirt was laid away quietly
to rest and republicans permitted to
vole just as much as they pleased.
Voting , and having their votes counted
they found , were very different mat' '
ters. The tissue ballot was King and
the southern lenders had found the
most effective mode of making a solid
Once and awhile a British journal
hits the truth in speakir.g . of America
and Americans. A recent number of
Lloyd's Weekly contains a biography of
Gen. Garfield , closing as follower
"Such a inin is likely to do well in
any-poaition in life. He is , indeed , fit
for any service , and the republicans
have baen well inspired , we venture tc
think , in the choice they have made ,
Wo figure to ourselves in James Abram
Grfield a second President Lincoln ,
aad the United States of America
have no brighter nor i.obler name ,
even on the brilliant roll of their prea
idents , than Honest Abe , the rail
splitter , who piloted them through the
hours of their greatest trial. "
WAIS FP.OM WE3T POINT.
Corrceposdeucc of TLc Beo.
WKST rorsr , Ntb.Seplember20. ;
West Point and Uuming county are
looking up this fall. The prospects for
fall trade are encouraging , the busi
ness men of West Point and Wiener
understand the situation , and have
laid in a full onpply of goods for the
fall trade. Hogs ara bringing § 4.CO
per hundred pounds , and the farmer *
who have fat hogs to sell are smilinz
and happy. West Point is getting to
bo ono of Iho best hog markets in the
Elkhorn Valley ; every day witnesses
wagon after wagon cominc ; into town
loaded with hoga. The summer has
been a good ono for the farmers ii
this section of country. Wheat Is an
aver.i'0 crop end corn is well out o
the way of early frosts and promise
to ba n big crop , while moat of the
farmers have steers and hogs to sell
this , with fair prices ; must make gooc
timea hero this fall. The new town
In the northeast corner of the county
ia .having a boom , several new houses
are going up and the prospects are
that many mcra will be built this fall.
rThe railroad is finished to the town
and times are brisk. The town is call
The WeEt Point
Creamery will soon
enlarge their paper mill BO as to man
facture white paper. The brick is al.
on the ground , the repairs oa the
flume are nearly completed , aud the
machinery will soon bo in motion.
Mr. Vostonpal , thoproprietorof the
West Point brewery , is also mak
in ? soma vcrr cxteniire improve
ments to his brewery , and will sooi.
manufacture as good beer es can be
bought in the state and at no
distant day will command the trade
of the Elkhorn valley. The Method
ists have nearly completed their
church building on Lincoln street.
There has been considerable excite
ment of late in rpgrd to bnildlng a
new school house. The district voted
S7000 bonds for that purpose , but
have not as yet decided on the loza
The republicans here have opened
the campaign by organizing a Garfiald
and Arthur club. Lat Friday niaht
they made their first parade with caps ,
cloaks and torches. Some thirty men
were in the procession , headed by the
West Point band. ( By the way , this
band is making rapid strides to pr-
fection. ) There would have been
many more in the procession , but the
r.ink and file are waiting for the coun
ty ticket to be nominated bifore they
enthuse much. The last convention
held here for Sir. Valentine put a
damper on a great many republicans ,
but it is gradually wearing off. Mr.
Valentine will not have
us large a majority -
jority in this county as he had the la t
time ho run , but the balance of the
ticket will ba elected by a good ma
jority. The various precincts in the
count ? have organized GarSald and
Arthiar clubs , and are working with a
will. Several meetings have b en held
in Logan precinct , Messrs. Bruner ,
Dworack and Fodrea being the spaa *
era.The coming county teachers insti
tute will bo held at the court
louse , this week. Morton's cill
to democrats in the var'ous
counties to famish the amount o !
taxes paid to the state is a bad move
for the democracy. If other counties ,
which have been under democratic
. rule in the past , kept no bettor re
cord than Cuming county , as the
treasurer informs me , it would puzzle
a Paihdelphia lawyer to find out
whether Cuming counly ever paid
any tax to the state or not previous
to the time the republicanscam6 into
the office. KKFCBLICAS.
FACTS FROM FAIRBDEY.
Oerregpoi eice of tb BEE.
FiiRBOET , Neb. , September 20.
Since the first of January six brick
and stone business houses hava been
completed in Faiibury , and there ore
six more in process of erection , mak
ing twelve brick and stone business
houses erected during the ceason.
There will also be completed this fall
a fine brick school house , which , from
its fine location , will be an ornament
to the town , and we think the finest
school building in southern Nebraska.
Thoa. Harbide is erecting a brick
building , the front being of cut stone ,
which h doubtless the finest front west
of the Missouri riverT and reflects
great credit on the builders , Messrs.
? fieffer & Son , of St. Joe , whose
work can be seen in all ihe finest
mildings in Missouri , Iowa , Kansas
and Nebraska. Mr. Harbine will use
he building for a bank.
The new Dooley house presents a
Ino appearance , and we wish its en-
; erprising proprietor all the custom
can attend to.
We think Fairbury can justly boast
of the finest buildings and more of
them erected the presant reason , of
any town on the line of the St.
Joseph & Western B. E.
Our people were greatly disappoint'
ed in not getting the B. & M. road ,
which we were justly entiiled to ,
having complied with every request
of the company , and being assured
that they were acting in good faith
and would surely build the road
through our town , but notwitlutand
ing the road missed us ,
a4few miles ( as th.3y did every town in
the intareet of the L. L. & town Co. )
our citizens go en with their improve
inents , and our town has improved
niora than any season during her ex
istence. Although the road misses
n ? , it runs near enough to give us the
competition of two roads.
Business of all kinds are tolerably
well represented here , yet there is an
opening for sever.il more. There is a
5no opening for a woolen mill here ,
also for a paper mill , both of which
could not help paying a good percent' '
se on money invested. Wo have an
abundance of water power , who will
be the first to utilize it ?
Parties dpsirlng to invest in manu
factories will roieivo encouragement
as our citizens are wide-awake and wil
lend a helping hand to any enterprise
that will advance the interest of our
town. . . 0.
The Matchless Exhibit o
Domestic Fowl at the
The poultry house at the state fai
grounds presents a collection of do
mestic fowls , rabbita and birds which
has never baeii rivaled in any exhibi
tioa west of the Mississippi. The fol
lowing are the entries in this depart
Carr Asford , Omahv Pen of 5 P kl. .
ducks , psn of 8 light Bramah fowls , I pair
Buff Ctxhin fowjg , 4 pairs Buff Cochin
chicks , 3 pairs white Leghorn fowls ,
black Cochin chicks.
Mrs. Chloa Aletteer , Plattsmonth : Two
mire Rouen dink * .
William Uhe , Papillion : One p.vr buff
Cocuns. 1 pair Plymouth Kock chicks , 1
pair dark Bramah cliio',8. ' 1 pa < r brown
Leghorn- I pair black Spanish , 1 pal
UuUen P.ilisli , 1 pair Silre Sjwn.'e.
U. .K. S nbarn , Pap llion : Foiu-pai irs
Hugh .Mclntyre , Omaha : One
Pheasant B-mtams , 3 Pheasant Bu
heus , lieu ; inl 5 Pheu'wnt Bautam chicks
G. 11. J ickson. Council Bluffj : Om
pair each dark Bramah fowls and chicha ,
1 pair each Partridge Cochins f .wls am
chicks , I pair each black breafcted rec
GamefowJa and chicks , 2 pairs each Ply
mouth Rock fowls and chicks , 4 pairs Ply
mouth Hock chicks , i pair buff Cochins
1 pair Houdana , 1 pair each black Spanis
fowls and chickp , 1 pair each dark Eramah
fowls and chicks.
James H. Murphy , Omaha : One pah-
blue Pouter piReona , 1 pair white Fantai'
pigeons , 1 pair white Fautail squabs , J
pair white Angora rabbits , 1 pair Hima
laj-an rabbits , 1 pair lop-eared rabbits
1 caife white inice with youn ? , 2 cagei
white rats withyoumr , trio white mice
1 pair _ colored Abyssinian-Guinea pigs I
pairs colored African-Guinea pigs , 1 hap
Kalpli Bittinger , Omaha : One pair black
bre stedgame Bantams.
Harry McUornrck , Omaha : One pa
Silver Seabright Bantams.
\UU Brown , Jr. , Umaha : Two pairs
each booted white fowls aud chicks , 1 pair
each black breasted Game fowls and chicks
3 pairs each Golden Spangle Bantim :
fowls and chicles , 1 brood common chick ;
Geo. AV. Walker , Omaha : One hate
Graham P. Brown , Omaha : 3 coope of
iiht Bramah fowls , 3 coops light Bramah
chicks , 21 oops dark Bramz.h fowls , 2 coop *
buff Cochin , 2 coops white Cochin , 2 coops
black Cochin ; 3 coops of Hack chicks , I
coop partridge Cochin fowls , 2 coops white
Leghorn ; - < COOI 8 white Leghorn chicks , 1
coop partr dge Coch n towls , 2 coops whi e
Le h r , 3 coops vrhitj Leghorn chicks , 1
coop black Spanish fowls , 1 coop yolden
Polish chicks , 1 coop tilverPoash fo ls , 1
coop silver 1'o'ish cjick ? . I coop Uoadan ,
2 co ps Plymouth Upck , 1 coop white
Leghorn , 2 coops rurtridge Cochin ; 4 light
Bramah hens , i buff Cochin , 4
hens. 1 pair Jacobin pigeons , 1 pair black
Fautai , I pair blue Pan tail and 1 pa r
H. C. Stoll , Omaha : 3 Cayuga ducks ,
tr jo buff Cochin chick- , trio light Bnmah ;
trio dark Bramah fowls , pair Toulouse
geese , trio bronzp turkeys , tiio whi e Ban
tams , pair teabright , pair b'ack ; trio Ply
mouth Uo-kchicks , parpe * fows. :
A. C , Haite , Sarpy Mills : 2 pair buff
C chin chicks , 1 pair each whi e Co-hin
fowls aud chicks , 2 pair dark Bramah
fowls I pair HouJan fowl1 pair dark
Bramah chicks , 1 fair white Fantail pig
eons , 3 pair H B T tumbler , 1 pair black
Fantail. 1 pair R B H Tumbler , 2 puir
j ellow Jacobin , 1 ruir black Fantail and
1 pair black Tumbler.
The New Transcontinental.
Chicago Tribune : Several of the
general officers of the Atchi onTopoka
and Santa Fe railroad were in the city
yesterday. In a conversation with a
Tribune representative during the af
ternoon they stated that they ara de
voting all their energy to push their
various extension schemes as rapidly
as possible. Good headway is being
made on the Atlantic and Pacific ex
tension aud on the Guaymas divis
ions. Both these lines are eipected
to be completed in about two years.
The Guvvmas road is being construct
ed from both ends , and from Guay
mas to Hermoaillo the road is ready
The heaviest work , howerer , is
beinp done on the main line along
the Bio Grande , where about two
miles of road per day are being com-
p'.eted. The Southern Pacific is puih-
Ing ahead with the same energy
through Arizona. Unless eome un
foreseen obstacles should arise , the
junction between the two roads will
bi made about January or Fcbarary ,
bat in no event will the junction of
the roads be delayed beyond March 1.
The completion of this li.e will
mark anepoch in the railroad histr.ty
of the tcouatryas thereby another
through line to the Pasifie will hava
been reached , and Jay Qould will no
longer bo able to control
all the Paoiffj business. While
this line will ba longer th-m
the Union Pacific route to the Pacific
coast , yet it will bo in some respects
the more doairible. The Union Pa
cific has to suffer greatly during the
winter from heavy falls of snow , and
from this cause is often blockaded for
days and weeks. The new route will
experience no such obstacles , as very
little snow falls anywhere along the
"ins during the winter months. The
: ompletion of this new Pacific rome
will no doubt have tbe effect of greatly
educing the rates of freicht and ras-
engers on Pacific business , which
lone will prove of incalculable benefit
o the people living in this pa-1 of the
lountry doing Business with Pacific
: east points.
WHAT A "CHANGE" WOULD DO
FOB BCS1SES3 INTERESTS AT THE NA
Washington Letter to Cl.djLatl ComaiercUl
A prominant business man hero ,
oni ? identified with the off lira of the
District , said to our correspondent ,
the other day , that "a change" woulo
affect the city of Washington more
han all the other cities combined.
'It would , " he said , "make Washing-
on a city of piupera. The number of
clerks and employes of the covern-
ment and their families living in this
city make a population of at least
60,000. A chance would set thi ? pop-
ulat'on adrifr. What in the name of
: ieavon could they do ? Of nil the
clerks , etc. , in the government em
ploy , about 3000 own houses in the
District. All this proper'y would at
once go upon the market. This
would depress renl estate with forty
howe power. " ' 'Buttho now sot com
ing in would want to buy houses ,
would they not ? " "No , the new set
would be mainly from the south and
too poor to buy honsea at the capital
at once. I don't cire much about it
one way o- the other , but I am well
enough acquainted with the popula
tion here to bsiieve that 'a change , '
Bo-called , will make Washington a city
of paupers. The amount of selling
out and buying in , moving around and
shifting about , will be without prece
dent. It will be 'achange'for ' us who
live in the city in all that the term im
"The election of Hancock , " "said
the proprietor of a lirge hotel here ,
"would be thirty thousond dollars in
my pocket. Aa a business proprietor
I could afford to go around and give
liberally to the democratic campaign
fund. A change would pack the hotels
in this city from cellar to garret. Wo
had a rush of custom at the time the
house and tenato changed handswhen
there wera only a couple of hundred
offices involved. But think of it , with
a hundred thousand oflices at the dis
posal of the new administration. Tlnura-
is no ostim.itin ? what a commotion
and rush there will be in this city ,
and which will continue for at least a
yoir before matters will settle down
in the old way. "
In speaking of a change to another
getleman in business here , he broke
out suddenly with the exclamation ,
I'Call it a relapse ! " To place tbe cap
ital of the country in the hands of the
democratic pirty means a reNpse ; it
means reaction and retrogression. As
a citizen of Washington 1 am opposed
to it. Twenty yeara sgo , whan thorp
weie eldve pens whtro the school
houaes now are , I was in ftvor of a
change , but I dent want to change
bckffardsl Why cannot well enough
be let alone ? But it i * useless for ute
to talk ; we can't voto. "
A Commeudab'e Hove.
Lincoln Jonrn.l September 21.
The Burlington & Missouri Rirar
railroad company will , in Afeur- days ,
let the rontract for an extension "of
their Republican Valley branch
westward sirao ihirty ni l ° s from
Indianol.i through Rjd Willow mtn
Hi-chcock county. This move ia
made this fall for the relief of tiio
farmers of the upper Republican
Valley who have suffered a pirtiii
loss Irom the drouth , and are in
want of something to do to raise ' .hem
money to carry thrm conifoitahlj
through the winter. The extension
of the line will give employment to
all in the vicinity with their teams ,
and will enable them to remain on
their homesteads instead of going
east to net something to do.
The Journal commends this meas
ure of the company as the very best
mode of assisting the new ssttlers in
the valley in their time of need.
A Serious Matter.
StieleClt } Advance.
The Gazette of last week makes
rather light of TDK OMAHA BEE'S pro
test in reference to the stite nominees
and insinuates tint THE BEE ia alone
in its opposition. The nominee for
congress stands convicted of crime be
fore the courts of justice , and the
nominee for lieutenant governor dis
graced the state by engaging in a
street brawl while
occupying the po
sition of presiding officer of tha shite
senate. It ? eems that the republicans
ought to have found men with un
blemished reputation for officers.
| A. noted physician of New York. wrlt s ttP
friend : " 1 li-wo in my mind a tuffsrer from
sra\ol mi a omplication of kidney iHsnnten
that wan permanently cured liv the use of Prof.
Gu'Imelte'a Freuch Wdnev . "
Tads. Th dru"clst3
The ely pid guvantced to cure diato'e * .
KNTel , drop' } , Britht'a disease , nerve n d-uillci
and all di-ea s of the kidneys a d bladder , it
Prof. Gailmette'g Drench wldn tr > . < !
cr. c. * V.A.E : > OR :
Capitol Ave , , Opp. Masonio Hall ,
OMAHA. - - - - . NF.B.
HARTKOPFF'S HUSEU3I ,
Brandt's Turner Hall ,
[ Corner Tenth aad Howard Streets.
This celebr led Muaium wl 1 be opnnsry
cay frrm 10 o'clock a. nu until 10 o'cloot p m
Ihe sirce contains a Urce colloctlon of 2000
artiSdil and nitural curiosit-e3 of Geology ,
Ethnology , Anatomic and l-atholojry.
Iba admission fee his been reduced to 0 cent ?
THE ONLY PUCE WHERE YOU
can find a good assortment ot
BOOTS AND SHOES
At & L01TXR FIGURE than at
my other she house In the dtr.
P. LANG'S ,
236 FARHHAH ST.
' & GENTS
d a pertret fit cnvrbt d. Pricevrvieasor
! 5h ( and Douglas Street.
Over 3.009 residence lots for w' ' by this agen
y at pricesr ansins : from 526 to JJ.600 each , and
ery part of thocito , and In every
irectiou from the Postofflce , north , eat , south
r west , and varying in distance from one
lock to one or two rmloa from same. Call and
xamlne our 1'ats
Several choice lots in Griffin & Isaacs' ad'll
tion , cst of convent , between St. Mary's aven
uc and Harney street S800 to $500.
80 acres just cast of barracks on Saunders St. ,
this is choice land and will be sold very cheap-
for cash in 5 , 10 or 20 acre los ; now is your timo-
0 secure a bargain.
Choice lot at end of street car tracks on Saun-
Jcr * street for 8575.
Choice lot , Farnuam and 24th streets , 90x132
eot for St,500 will divide It.
Cheap lots in Credit Fonclsr addition , south o
U. P. depot $100 W SsOO.
Forty lots on Park Avenue'ffld Georgia r > treet ,
on road to park , and near head of St. M ry's
avenue , at frrm S125 to $300 each. Seven rears
time at eiirht rnr cent interest to those who will
put up coed substantial bnlldinjii. F-r further
particulars apply to.
0. P. BEMIS , Aeont ,
Fifteenth and Douglas Streets.
A nice lot on Ilarncy and Ttventy-flrst streets ,
Two choice lota on COth. near St. Mar } 'a ftven-
uo , 60x165 feet each , for S350 and 8900.
Two choice lots near 23d and Clark streets , In
E V. Smith's addition-SSOO and SS50.
Fifty lotn In Shinu's flrecon and third ad
ditions forSUO to $600 ea
Lot near 15th and rirrce , $450.
2 lots on Earner near 24th St. , $600 each.
lot oa 24th nar Howard street , $7cO.
13 tote in Grand View addition , south of U. P
bridze and depot , from SIB to 8 00 each *
One acre , U7x 70 feet , on ISth street , south
of Poppleton'a new residence , for $2,000 , or will
.livid * into city alecJ lota it ! from $350 to $500
LMVC number of bsautlful residence lota , lo
cated in this icT7 addition on Capitol Hill , be
tuoen 21th at.-eet on the cast , 25th on the west
Doil.re street oh thd noftli and Famhato street
onthokouth. formerly onned by C. H Downs
and more reccntl } known as tbe Perkins 15 acres.
Only 22 lots lia\etbusfar bseu platted 14 on
Kirnliamimdgon Douglas street. Tbeea lots
are 00 to 56 ff et In wiiltn and 160 Indcpth. $1,000
for the choico. Sywrstime , at 8 per cent iu-
erestt > t ! : < x o vi ho w ill build peed substantial
1 OUST * thereon. Call and examine plat nnd get
full information at
BEMIS1 IlEAIi ESTATE AGENCY ,
16th and Douslas Streets.
Over 200 hcm-s and lotsi-s offered for sale
by thisoffica They aroscatte'ed all over the
city. Any location you da.ire. Prices varying
frjtu JJOO to 15,000 each.
2 iood lots and 2 cheap houses near Jackson
and 12th streets at a great eacrluce. Here Is a
creat b.rcain for eorno pno. The property must
be sold in.nudbtcly. Co vc'rs Jusl a quarter of a
block. Call and examine this without any del V"
GEO P. BKMIS , Agent ,
16th and Douglas Sts
A desirable lot cear Cuming and Saunders
Str 6ts , ? 1COO.
The cheapest acre Jots In ihe dlty ol Omaha ,
re those o3crud for sale by this agency in Faik
PI. co and Lowo'n second addl ion. on Cumlflg ,
Burtaid California street- ; you can make no
iiilst.iUu lupi'l.io ; uptliiEO bargains while yoi
luvcthfe chance These lots are mere thin equa
in sle to 4 full sized city lots cr a h > lf block
mil i : will be but a very chart time before one-
flfthntt of ore rf thcte acre lots will sell for as
mui-Ii \\oollor afu'l acre to day. They are
Incited a tcry riiott dia nce west of Cr lehton
t : illejje. Prlcm ranjrlns from 81 SO t6S"00 ! per
acrolot. Call immediately , and don't lose your
Uiancc , end get plat and full particulars of
GKO. V BFJI1S , Aeent ,
15th and Douzlas Streets.
Nice lot on Sbirman Avenue uotlhof Nicholas
> tr f t , J1.400.
Half lot on Chss.telwcen 13th arid 14lh streets
fl.oco - f ,
J nice lot J in Hartnwn'a ai'diUon , SWO In ? 600.
Ltujo numbe' of acre lots in Ge's ! addition in
North Omaan , Slz5 to $300 ta-.h.
Uhoioe earner lot near 22ud and California
trceta , SI.JOO.
Horernl iroad lots In helpou'a addition , 150 to
J3.V ) cacli.
Chniee lot Ia Thornell'a ddition , S7BO.
Scvanl Hrce lots in B-irtlfU'a addition , lj
ro M and ? J scrox each , 1'ncej $700 to $2,001
> \cai Ji icj lo'a in Reed's first addition ,
J275 16 8350 each.
Acre lot on Jherraan n enuo , (16th ( street ) ,
south of Poppltton'i new residenre , ' or $1,100
2 lanji , Ir.ia no ir 18th and Clark atrool * , 80 i
SS feet Corner , J1.200 ; inside , 81,000.
S Uruo luts on She m n avenue , (16th ( street )
uet. SWO sx-h
22 nice and cno p otj , very neortotbo hu
la < j < inart of the ci'y , located a very fewstepi
sauth of the Convent and SL Mary's avenjeaut
Jmt > outn f and R'ljo nlnir the ground of James
it AV. oluorth a"dV - J. Council iheso are
cheap anJ very dc'irable , bein ? g > handy to bus
nti-s part of city , to new ( toycrnme. t depot , nai
rtitts , hlto lead works , U. P , depot , etock
yaiil * , packing bi > u6Ci > , etc Call snd tret pU
and lull par iru.ars. 1 * Ice $275 to J3JO and easy
terms to lliose who t uild
GEO. P. BEMIS , Agent.
15tb and Douilaa Sts.
3 choice residence lota on 24lh street , between
DausUs an.l Dod/e streelsS1.100 ; to $ l,2iO oich
and Innif time to thofe who will build
2 ch.M e corner loin near 2Hh and FHinham
st'-eJUIai < ! l21 feet , 51,150 and $1,200 , and verj
eiay terra ? to purchasers who wl 1 improve.
Aljo 1 lota on 21th , between Farnham am
Dou'I.a3 s reitE.5 9. > 0 to gl.COO each and long
J3"250 of the best business lots ia TO
Omaba for si'e , located oneverybuji nc street
SSODto 3,000 each.
jfHTAlao tcryalu ble store icrties In al
most every business block tG 000 to § 15,001
Ouch LAKE'S ADDITION.
40oMoice rcs'desce lota in above addition , im
moJiatcly north of and ad Joining PoppJeton'
bawtiful residence and grounds , and located on
ISih 19th and 20th streets , $300 to J50 each am
very ca y terms to thoss whowill build. GUI an
examine pjt ] aud cet full particular * .
GEO. P. HEM IS , Ajcnt. ;
Deiu iful buildinz site on Bhcrman avenue
16th strcetbotncen Popplcton and the Dudley
t jams pro c ty ; 2C3 feet cost frontage on th
avenue , by 8:9 feet in depth. Will divide It.mak
insJS2fcotby239. Call and ? et full particulars
An aero n ISth ttrcct , lOifcct cast frontas ;
hy 378 feet deep. This Is Jnst south of the Kllza
both (1'oppleton ( place. This Is gilt-e Jze , call an
iet price and terms of BEMJS , Accnt.
13 good lotc , just north of and adjoining E V
Smith's addition , and located bc'ween20th an
Haundcn street } , at rcosonab'e prices and Ion
ima to huver nho iinprov l EEJIlS , Agent.
5'Slotsin llorhach's first and second ad itio
on It.tli , 16th , 19th and 23th streets , betwec
Nicholas , l'ul , She-man and Clark stieetg , rer
hnndy to U. P. Shops , smelting works , etc.
raiding in prices rom from § SOO to $1:100 each
requiring or.ly em ll payment down ane ! Ion
tinn at 7 pa r cent interest to these who will Im
prove. GSO. P. BEU1S ,
15th and Douglas Street ,
S3 nice lot * In Parker's addition , between
a nders and Pierce. Kinjr and Campbell's Sts.
n Blon-o street ; 19 lots with south fronts anc
9 with north frontaze , only 6 blocks north o
h-i turntablend street-car track ) on Sannders
troet. Veryltw prices ; S175 cash , or $200 on
me titno nd 8 par cent interest to uioso
S9150 coo.t firmi for sale in Dougln , Sirpy
\ViBhIniton Burt , Dodje , Saunders and Kwteri
tier of counties
3 3 O.OUO acrcc best selected lands In th
state for s lo by this ajc ncy. Call and iret maps
cireulnrsand full paiticnlars.
STBcaais' usw ni'p of Omaha , 60c nud $1.50
2TBemiV new pamphlet ( and m p of th
State entill-d "tbo onOook of Nebraska" force
rco Ibl r.bution
Geo. P. Bern is1 ,
HEAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
m\\ \ \ & Douglas St. ,
ATTEHTiGH , BUILDERS AND CON
The owner of the celebrated Kaolin
Banks , near LOTJISVIU E , NEB. , has
cow ready at tbe depot at Louisville , on
the B. & M. railroad ,
to fill any order at reasonable prices. Parties -
ties desiring a white front or ornamental
brick roll do well to give na a call or send
J. T. A. HOOTER , Prop. ,
O. -WTIL3DE ,
1317 CASS tT. , OMAHA. NEB.
< STA good anortmtnt always on hand.'ZJ
1ED OTHEB3 8EEKIK&
STRENGTH and ENERGY ,
SVITHOBT THE USE OF DRUGS , ARE RE
QUESTED TO SEND FOtt THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW , AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL , WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION .
TTTREATSnrxm HEALTH , IITGI.iJ.VE , and Pbjsi-
J. cal Cultur * , and is a comp ! ttf ejcjclofmedia of
infoxmation for invalids and those who snffer from
Nervons. Eihaoiting and Tnmfu ] Diseajij. Erery
subject that baars npon health and human hapr'ne" ' *
receites attention in its pages : and the many ques
tions asked by suffering invalid * , wto have despaired
of & curs , ate answered , and valuable information
is volunteered to all who are In need of medic&l ad-
rice. The subject of Elec ic Belts Krjtw Medicine ,
and the hundred and ont questions of " al impoi-
tancd to suffering bumin'.tj , are dulj Considered
Ard ethers who suBtsr from Narrons and rbrslcal
Debility. Lc s of ilanly Vigor , Fremalnre Eibaus-
tion and tba tcany gloomy consequeccw of early
Indi-cretion , etc. , are especially Iwnefited by con-
tailing iu contents.
The ELECTRIC BE VIEW eipofes the unmitigated
frauds practiced by quacks and medical impostors
who profess to "practice medicine , " and points out
the only safe , timple , < md effective ro d to Uealtb ,
Vigor , uJ Bodily energy. .
Bond your address on fiostal cart ! for a copy , anJ
uiformatiou north tbouiands will b e nt you ,
Addreii the publiiheri ,
rULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO , ,
"OR. EIGHTH and VINE STS. . CINCINNATI , n
tf 5 Yearsbefor
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ilia that flesh is heir to. " but in
iflfections of the Liver , aim in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Head-
iche. or diseases of that character , they
tand without a rival.
AGUE AND'FEVER. .
No better cathartic can be used _ pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
L simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each bos has si red-wax seal on the lid ,
with the impre&sion.McLANE'S LIVEH
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa-
ures of C. McLvxE and FLEMING BKOS.
3& Insist upon having the genuine
DrTc. McLAXE'S LIVER PILLS , prepared -
FLEMIXG BROS. , Pittsburgh , Tn. ,
: he market being full of imitations of
; he name JfcJtane , spelled cliirercntly ,
jut same pronunciation.
KOWEL COMPLAINTS ,
A Speedy and Effectual Cure.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
Has stood the test of rourr TK RS' trial.
Dirtctiont with each dottle.
OL'D BY ALIi DllUOQISTS.
llf R MTI"n Local Aeents everywhere toael
WAN t UU Tea , Coffee , EikinR Powder ,
fluvorin ; ' . Extracts , etc , by sample , to fimiliis ,
[ refit good. Outfit free. PiopIo'eTca CO. , Box
5020. St. Louis. Mo.
On Court House Bonds.
At a gergion of the Ecird of Couiitv Comm' *
lioncrsd t'ie CoUity of Douglm. in tho&tito
of Nrbraski , ho den on the llth day of Septtm-
ber. A. D , 1CSO. it was l > y faid o rd
P.63. Ira i , That tin following quest'on b nd
the lime i he c > y ubmittedMa proposition
to the qualified electors of the County of Doug
las. .Nebr kn.to'lt :
Td the ecctoraij tbe Countj-of Joug'aa ' in
th State of Nebraska :
The Boar I if Cou ty Ccmnr.i's oneN ol ta'd
coun'y ' hereby submit tha ( oliowinsr proposniori :
Shall ihe C u .ty of Dorjta ( ? , Sta o of Nebraska ,
by ta County CommitEloners is uc its coupon
bonds In he amoint of o1 e hunurtd anJ twe-i-
ty.Q e thousand dol'ars fo the jurposu of ad-
iur la the construction , erection ahd cjmp'ction
nad the con-truo'ion , erettion fnd coinpleti'n
of a court. ) ouse huiluinc in the o.ty of Omaha ,
Cdunty of Dou.-las , In the State of " "eb a ka ,
for i oun J pur p ? "S nrd all the purpo ea for
uhlch eucn cou thctue rosy ho legally u-ed and
appropriate tne monjy rjised th reby 'Or aid
in sueh construction , or for such c n struct I n
andc mrlttionof sad builduij ; , All ths cost4
and expenir of slid building nut t txcefd 'he
Elimof-riBliUiidrcfloiId 'fly thi/tumid doll r ,
s id iirnila to te one ttipu'knd do'lars ' ench an i
dstc I Ja uary Hi , 1331 , livable M t c offica of
h COUT j tr < aur r c ( said conntjsn1 ! tn run
twenty jcaa with b'trest at a rate not exrfcdJ
in ii ( C ) per cent , pe-annarn , payatle stml-
The Bnid todj shall not he soM lew 'hiin lor.
In nduit i n t < > ho evj- for orilnsi'y axei thfra
sluil be levied and mlcctcd a tax annually 8
pro\id d by law , f r the paymrnt of the interest
0 s-id bo d as it be.omsidue and > n addi
tional a-nount cliall be levied an J counted ae
pravMcd by law , tU 1 c cut ti pav tha principsl
of Mich bonds nt maturity , and pro ijid that
not more th n fifteen percent , of the princip.il
cf said bbr ds fhall be levied in n-ir one yearj and
pro\id > d alnayg that itl no erent flull bonds te
1 sue I to .1 greater amount th n ten pr cent , c f
the a < ecd valuatio i of nil the Usable proper
ty in sal i county Interest shrill bopaid on siid
bon ( snilv from anJ otter tbo d tu of t"0 sale
of sal i bomb or a y part thereof and tbo receipt
of the nio.iey there/or.
The salil bondi shall be redjtmible at the op
tion of the Brard of Couity Commizai no's of
n\ \ 1 co nity at ti o rxpiration of tsn years from
tbe date ol itid bond' .
Wo'k on ealj court houca fball be commenced
1mm dutrly after tiio rut p ion of said pr. ] > s -
tion , it adoptu , nnd s id buildinz to Le com
pleted on or before January 1 , 1SS2.
No levy bhall be m Uo to p y any putt of the
principal of B id bonds until efter the > xpitation
cf ten 5 ears from the date of eaid twndj.
Tne form in which tbe abo-e proposition
shall bo submitted shall b by bal'ot , npon
which ballot shall be printed or written or part ,
ly printed or writted the words : "For Court
House BondV or "Agaln t Court liousa
I'onds , " undnil ballot * CJSt nailnp therein the
words "Fcr Court House Eonds" shall ba ceni-
eu ai d taken to "e ir > fa\or of raid proposition ,
and all billets can having tr croon the
words "Against Court Iloueo Bonds' sbtll bo
deemed and talun to be M.aiost SilJ proposi
tion , and if two th ! da of tha vo'ca vai > t at the
elertion hfreinafterprovided in Ihla behalf bo
ia favor cf the above proposition , it shall ba
deemed and taVcii to be carried.
Tbo said proposition shall bo voted upon at
tte general election to be held In the County
ot Dou.'Iaa , SU'c of Nebraska , on the 2d day of
"Vovernter , A. D. ItfcO , at the following named
Omaha Precinct ! > o. one (1) ( ) Turner Hall.
Omaha Precinct No. two (2) ( ) No. S engine
house , Sixteenth St
0 i aha I'recinct No. threol ) ° arpontershop ,
10th t , 2di. ri fouth ofenjr uehou-elotNo. 2.
Omaha Precinct No. four (4) ( ) sheriffs office ,
court In use.
umah * P.ecinct fo. flic (5) ( ) Ed. Leeder1 !
house , soutbrrist corr er lUh and Chicago Sts.
Ornat n. l > reiinct > o.sii(6) ( No. Icn inoUCUie ,
20tb and Izard ttrpetf.
Kftratogt J rccinct School house , near Gran
Florence Precinct Florence fotel
Union Prsoiiict IrvinRton sslool house
Jeffcrsoa Precinct School houo iu District
EH horn Precinct Elkhorn school house ,
P.at'o Valley Pracinct School housa at
Cbiiojo Preciat School houao at Elkhorn
Mlllanl Precinct Millar , ! Echool housa.
MoCardle Precinct McCanlle cchool house.
Douglaj Preoinct House rf J 0 Wilcoz.
West Omaha Precinct School house in Dis
trict No. 40.
And which election will ba opened at S o'c'ocfc
In the morning and will continuo opei until 8
o'clock in tha attirnoon of the same day.
F W CORLISS ,
( Seal ) H. P KKIOHT ,
I RID Di-ZXEb ,
County Commiadioiiers ,
JOHN R. MANCHESTER ,
County Clerk. sU 30i
.11. K. JRISUOX ,
Insurance Agent ,
PHtTNIX ASSDBANCE CO. , of Lon.
don , Cash Assets tS.10T.lS7
WE3TCHKSTEK. N. Y. , Capital l.OOO.OOJ
THE MERCUA > IS , of Newark. N. J. , 1,000,00 (
GlRAT.li FIUEPhlladelpbliCaptal. ! . 1,000,000
FIKEIIEN-S FOND , California SOO.OOO
BKITISU AMERICA ASSlTRANOECo 1,200,000
NEW A .IK FIRE INS. CO. , Assets. . . . SoO.OCO
AMERICAF CENTRAL , AB6 ta 500,000
Southeast Cor. ot Fifteenth & Douglas St. ,
UNO. G. JACOBS ,
( Formerly ot Olah ft Jacobs )
No. 1417 Farnham St. , Old Stand ot Jacob Oil
nr TKLKGRAPIT SOLICITS
PASSENGER AGCOMMODATIGN LIKE
Connects With Street Cars
Corner cf SAUNDER3 and HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red L1n M lollvWi :
LE VE OUAHA :
630 , * :17and : ] 1:13a m .3:03.5:37and723p.ni. :
LEAVE FORT UMAHA :
7:15 a m. , 9:15 a. m , and 12:45 p. ro.
* 4oO , 6:15 and E:15 p. m
The 8:17 a. m run , learin.- omaha , and the
4:00 p. m. run , leaving Fort Omaha , are nsnally
losdtdtofu'l ' capacity with regular juseengera.
The 6:17 a. m , ma willbcmade frcn tha post-
office , corner of Dodze and ISth unrehti
Tickets cin te procured from ttrcet cardrir-
en , or trcm diiven f hocks.
FAKE , 25 CEST3 , ISOLUDIHC STEE CAB
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
IB-AJKl K KZRS-
Buslneis 'nnsacted same as that o an Incor
Accounts kept in Currency or cold snWeet to
light check without notice.
CertiBcatea of deposit Isrued parable In three ,
BU and twelve months , hearing Inttreat , or "on
demand without interest.
Advuuces made to ruatomcrs on approved BO-
curitie ? at market rates of iotcrest
Buy and sell gold , bills of exchanse Oovgrn.
meut , State , County and City Bonds ;
Draw Sight Drafts on Fn'i.id , Ireland , Soot ,
land , and all parta of Europo.
Sell Ejropean Passage Tickets.
nOLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
U , S. DEPOSITORY ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cor. 13th and Farnnom Streets ,
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMEHT
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. , )
ESTABLISHED IS 18i6.
Organized as a National Bant , August 20,1883.
Capital and Profits Over$300,000
Specially authorized by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to tha
U.S.4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICEKS AND DIRECTORS
HBRMAN Kousrzs. President.
AKOCSTCS KOCSTZE , Vice President.
H. W. YJUKS. < ashier.
A. J. PnppusTojr , Attorney.
Jous A. CR IGHTOS.
V. O. DAVIS , Ass't Cashier.
This bank receives deposit without regard W
Itiues tune certificatei bearing Interest.
Draws drafts on San Fianciseo and principal
cities of the United fctatcs , aK > London , Dublin ,
Edinburgh and the principal citiea of the conti
nent o ! Europe.
Sells pi33ige ticket a for Emigrants In the la
man ne. maylutf
REAL ESTATE BMKES
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGEMGY.
ISth & Douglas Sk. , Omaha , Neb.
This aeency doca aiRiCTLT a brokerage bust-
n s. Does notspcculato , end therefore any bar *
gains on Its books ie insured to Ita p i. Irons , In
stead of bain ; eobblt d up by th e asrcnt
BOGGS & HILL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No 1408 Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Office North Sld opp. Grand Central Hotel.
Nebraska Land Agency.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1605 Farnham St. Omaha , ffcbr.
400,000 ACRES carefully selected land in Ewtera
Nebraska for eale.
Great Bargains in improed farm : , anJOmalia
0. F. DAVIS. WEBSTER SNYDER ,
Late land Com'rTJ. P. R. B 4p-leb7tf
BYRON REED. LEWIS KBSD.
Byron Rccd & Co. ,
EEAL ESTATE A&ENOY
Keep f crmilcte aVotnct e ! tltlo lo all Real
Katatc in Omaha and Uontjlas C. > tn.tv. niajllf
Cor. Eaudolpb St. & Oth Avo. ,
s KflBi'lgw sKI a
y SBiaaS fsEWSg ! !
\ l\ \ g ± W&$3I5 :
Air T -S&rj-n .
? . agg vs yitg
S lBi -1
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2.00 AND 82.50 PER DAY
Located ill tlin business cent e , convenient
to plac-s of amusement. Ele--an ly furnished ,
coutuininji all mudern improvements , passcnx > r
elevator , &c J. II. CUMMINoS , troprietor.
Cor. MARKET ST. & BROADWAY
Conncil KlulTs. Iowa.
On line ol Street Uallwiy , Omnlbm o ndfrom
all trams. RATES Parl IT flJ-T $3.00 per d. v ;
second floor 3260 perdiy ; third fl < or. Si.OO.
The bc t furnished and mo-t com tndinUK lionsa
Iu the city. OKO.T. PIJELrS , Prop
OMAIIA , NEB.
IRA WILSON - PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan ii centrally located , and
first c'atg in every respect , hiving recently been
entirely renovmcd. llie public wit find it a
comfortable and homelike house. rairotf.
( liBt-clasa lIouM , Good Veals. Good Reda
Airy Rooms , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Tw-igood sample rooms. Specia
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S. MILLEE , Prop. ,
_ Scbnyler , Neb.
FRONTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming ,
The miner's resort , good accommodations ,
arge sample room , chart'M reasonable. 6p clal
attention given to traveling men.
ll'tf _ n. C. H1LCJ RD. Proprietor.
INTEIl - OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Flrst-cltss , Fine large Simple Booms , one
block from depot. Trains step from 20 minutes
to 2 hours for dinner. Free Bus to and from
Depot. Kates $2.00 , 82.60 and 53.00 , according
to room ; s'ngle meal 75 cents.
A. 1) . DALCOJJ , Proprietor.
ANDREW BORDEX , Cnief Clerk. mlO-t
B. A. FOVPLIR. JAMU H. ECWTT.
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
Designs for bntldinga of any d scriptlon on
ezlhibitionatauroiSee. We have had over 20
years experience in decljBlasr and superintend
ing public bulldinsr and rMidenccs. PJans nd
estimates furnished on short notice.
BOOM 9 IIN'roN TILOfiK rngn-Bm
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leavlnz Xew 7ork Every Thursday at 2 p. B.
England , France and Germany.
For Passage app'y to
C. B. RICHARD & GO. ,
Gcaenl Passengei Agent * ,
jnnel-iy § 1 Broaaway , New ? orfc
We-oaU the attention of Bnyera to Our Eitenaive Stock of
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We carry the largest and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS IN OSV1AHA ,
Which We are Selling at
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING
Isinohirge of Mr. THOMAS TALLOW , whose well-established
reputation has been fairly earned.
"We also Keep aa Immense Stock of
HATS , GAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES ,
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE STORE !
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
mSlecxlavr 1301 & ISO , ' ? Farnlinm Sfrcef.
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
! NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
The popular demand for the GKNT7INE SINGER in 1G79 exceeded that of
any previous durinir the Quarter of a Cent ry in w > icli thid "Old -
Ileluble" JlachiM has been before the public.
In 1878 we sold 356,422 , Machines , In 1879 we sold
431,167 Machines. Excess over any previous
year , 74,735 Machines ,
Our sales last year were at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Day I
For cvt ry busintss day in the yeir.
The " Old Eelhble " Singer is tLe Strongest , the Simplest ,
the Most Durable Sewing Machine ever
That Every REAL Singer Sewin ? Machine has lhair Trade
Mark cast into the Iron Stand and embedded in the
Arm of the Machine.
Principal Office : 3 1 Union Square , New York.
1,500 Subordinate Offices iu thetmited States ami Canada , aad 3,000 Officas ir. the Old
World and South America. seplC d&wtf
in Th'F iA
I U 1 ii . Ln
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD i
A Positive and Permanent Cure
In I1 case.i of Grave' , Diabetes. Dropsy. Brtght'a Disease of th
Kidnevn , Ir.contir.onie and Ketontfon of Urine , Inflamitton o
the Kidneys , CnUrrh of tie PlodderIlkh Colored Dnnf , I\iin
in tt-o Uauir. s io nr Lior.fl , Nervous Weakn s. and in tact all
ili of i ! of the Bladder an I Urinary Orgac" , whether contract'
cil by private diseases or othcawiso Ths ; great remedy hai heen
usid with ni'ciBSfor iiorly ten jcir ln * wnc . witli the most
wondc fill curative efTects. Jtc-trc3t > 't absorption n' i.
inteTi \ > metlicines be-n ; re < inirod.'e bars hund'edj of ttstl-
luonials cf cures by this Pad # hen ail else hid fit ed-
L\ DIES , if yr.u are snlarinfnrn Female Weaknos" . Ltticir-
rlits" , 01 dbecsfs rrecnii.ir to ffma'cs or in f.ict any dis' * w , * *
TO r dm Kt for Prof. Cailmotte's Fr&ich Kidney I'ad , ami
'ta'tt no othrr. If hnh s noLsot it. send ifi O and ) ou wl
receive tt Tad by return nuiL Addreu U.S. Sunch ,
FREXCII PAD C4 ? . ,
Toledo , Ohio.
BITE'S FRENCH LiVER PAD
I 11U 1 M WB& IiaB < nI t tarn 1f i - wio - - - - .
Willpo-.tliclycreFcver naj puc 1'umb J ? uc. AaueCakc , Ittllious Fo cr. Jwjndi- Pyspcpsia.
ano all discajas of the Liver , -urancli nd Dloml ' he p. d c r bv absorption nd 1 * pei manei.t-
other If he doc3rtot kcepit.send JlS 0 ti tne > tII
Ask i our druinst for this pad e no JK
PAD CO. , ( U. § . Branch ) , lolcdo , li' and receive it ty return mail. . KLH.N & CO. ,
The Ghepa0'u Place in the City for
I Mar ufactura my own Pieced
That will last you a lifetime , at tht > Lowest Pnce in the citr ,
and deal in no factory-made truek that ia almost universally
dealt in now-a-davn.
I also manufacture all kinds of Cans.
Will. F. STOETZEL , Tenth & Jackson Sts.
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha.
In Kegs and Bottles.
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Reasonable
Prices. Office , 239 Douglas Street , Omaha.
Successors to Jas. K. lab ,
Dealers in Fine Imported
Extracts , Toilet Waters , Colognes , Soapa , Toilet Powders. &o.
AfanifaecfSarrUairnstrnmenw , PccketCaes , Tros , and Support. . " * * & "
DrafsandChasicaliiuSdisUapenilsiTcacnptlcrai EC d it any hoar of tfc night.
Jas.K.Jsh. Lawrence aicilahon.
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