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"TTF DAILY RES : DEC'WEB 11 ,
POETRY OF THE TIMES.
Mary had s me little skates , _
> And with them ' ent to sine ;
She s.ipi ed and therefore had a fall ,
As aUo cid her pride
Her hseh flew up , her heal went down ,
. And -ruck ux.n the ice ,
Disp'aying both her fct ipped . ese ,
"Which surely was not nice.
- She jumped up quickly on her feet.
And said she d tl not cie ,
But on the hose a card was seen ,
Marked ' fifteen cents a p w "
[ Oil City Derrick.
. Fill Her Bustle
Fill her Ira-tie full "f si > one . ,
Sister's going out to skate ;
' ' She will n ed their yi.il ' .ng softness
\Vheushetries the hare .8.
' They both went sailing down the walk ,
Anuyed ia faultles gearing ,
Both unsafe i in pleasvjt talk ,
Each smiled on each eudearinc.
He said : 'Mlylovj. 'his pleasant day.
This bracing , glorious weather.
' This charming walk Whoop ! s'op'er
Ther Loth went down togi ther.
* * * * *
They picked them tin ; small boyj let yi-ed ,
When shi resumed with fli , < cry-
, "DearGaorge , I think it is ii.it denied.
These charming walks -.re s'lpoery "
[ OshkosniUi > c.it ? .
An Ic i Subject.
Get out Birdie's Usijr oekinin ,
They're BO nice
For the b tt > get a t.li-np e of
On the i.e.
You should Bee our darling skate ;
She can cut the fi nire 8v
Like a. mice.
Put her b' fctle in the corner
It i all broke -
And her fctt ia hOi.L hot water
F ra-.ji .
Her left garter'-1 son- : for ( rood ,
And her lovely wo sieil l.ood
It's n j "ke
A PIKE COUNTI WEDDING.
"I used to marry a good many
folks when I was justice of the peace
In Blooming Grove , " said Undo Ira
ChrLstUan , the other day. "They
generally wanted 10 get spliced on the
Fourth of July or Ciriatmas. They'd
come ! come in frotn the woodi , the
fellow and his girl bith ruhii ? ona
load of noop-poles or tan-bark , nnd
Bomathnai holding themselves on to a
three-foot log that a joke of cxe'J
enaking in from a bark peeling. One
Fourth of July I took for wedding
fees a coouakin , two railroad tips , a
pint of apple-jack , three dozen hoop-
poles , 25 cents in pennies , two quarts
of low-bush huckleberries anda prom
ise to vote for me when I was a candi
date. But that was an unusually g od
Fourth for foes. The couples that
I'd hitch , taking the average rnn of
'em , would most like say :
" 'Well , now , 'aqniro , we'em
much obliged. When you come 'long
onr way , 'souire , drop in and we'll
flip an extry slapjack. '
"But I never hankered after slap-
jackn with ealt pork gravy and tno-
lasses , so those fees are coming in yot.
'One day I was sitting In my office
, in Moae's Mr-room thinking what
I'd best do for a funny pain I had in
my stomach , when in walked a big ,
( trapping hoop-pole cutter and bark
forager from 'way back o1 the Knob.
Ho had his daughter with him. The
girl's name was M g. I won't say
what the last name was , but you all
know the pirl ies. Mag was about 19 ,
bn * . stars alive ! she was blamed no-it
six feet high , and I'll bet she could lift
a barrel of whisky over a seven rail
fence. She was nret'y good looking ,
for all tilt' ; .
11 ' Bnjy , squire ? ' asked the old man.
" ' Nnt particular , ' I said.
" 'Wall , squire. I s'pose you know
ihit Jerry Elwme'a" got the best
groun'-hpg dog they is in the hull
Knnb kentry , don't you ? '
"I never heard of Jerry El wine or his
grcun'-hojjdo" , ' said I partly mad on
account of the pa5n in mystomach and
plagued sight madder because Mag had
pot down on a strar hat of mine that
I wouldn't have taken a dollar note
' " . What ? ' never heard of that dog ,
'aqufrei' said Mag. 'Novar heard o *
ole Tobe ? Waal , ef that don't take
4he grease off n mygrlddlel'
' "Wall , anyhow , whether yo ever
heard of him or not , ' the old rran put
in , 'he'n back of th < Knob , and Jerry
-owns htm. An" thejtronble is , 'squire ,
-Jerry's so cussed 'feered of ms dog
that he won't let any one hunt ground
hog ! with him but hlsself , an * he's
talkin' o' soiling him over into M'roe
' "Ef Jerry Elwine sells that air
-dog , ' said Mag , Til rattle the teeth
cut'n him ; I don't care ef we beagoin'
to git spliced 1'
"I began to think that the old man
and his girl had come in to get an
order of court on Jery Elwine to ap
pear and show cause why be shouldn't
Jet Tobe hunt with any person who
iranted him , and why a perpetual in
junction shouldn't be issued forbid
ding him to sell the dog over in Mon
roe county. But I was wrong.
" 'The fact o' the matter is , 'square , '
continued the father , 'that dog's too
goldarncd vallyble to be wasted. Ha
kin keep any family that ain't a passel
o' gluttono in groun'-hogs from Sep
tember to the time they hole np.
Some folks think groun'-hogs is too
rank to sell well , and I hcered Joe
Atkinson s y onct that he'd as lief
eat a teller dip BS the bsst part of a
groua'-bog. But they ain't nothin'
that goes to the spot with onr family
as a skunk of that varmint. Is they
" 'Dad , yor r.hontln'1 ! replied Mag.
" 'Wall , as I was eayln" , "squire , that
dog is too vallyable to ba in the 011-
saftin uttywation no is now. That
dog is gDt to be connected with our
Hm'ly , an'we've jest come in to see
when yon kin come out our way ,
'sauiro , an' make the connection. '
" 'You're going to buy the dog , eh 1
and want mo to draw up the deed V
I asked , madder than a hornet at all
the pilwer about dogs and ground
" N-va-a-w 1' said Mag , laughing
about like .a horse might. 'Yerway
off , 'squire. Yer see , Jerry's been a
workin' for us for a gooi while , an *
bsen a tryln' to shine 'round me fur
more'n six months , but he ain't much
of a fighter , and he ain't much
of a shooter , thongh he
ain't no slouch at rippin' the
bark offn a hemlock , an' mowin'n
oop-pole . But when I heard we
* ere goin' to sell Tobo I weakened.
"hat dog fastens unto ton manygroun'-
ogi to live away from our plantation ,
saye. So Jerry an * me tookto settin1
p ntchts an1 the cnnsakenae is that
erry an1 me is goin' to jme , an' the
[ rg stays in the family. Bnt we want
o you is , 'equiro , to come out and give
us the hitch the first day yon kin , an *
he sooner the better , fur they's
a feller from Pocono a offerin' fur
Fobe moat enough to bay * farm with ,
, n' Jerry may take it iu his ornary
lead to sell him. Oorao any day ,
aquirn. Wo'm all ready. '
" 'That's about the heft of it'squire , '
said Man's father , 'Couldn't yo stand
n Icetle liurbin on itl *
"They both put a man's drink of
aonrbon inside of themselves. I told
'em I'd be out in the course of two or
three days. In the latter part of the
week I took the buckboard and drove
out. It was fifteen miles , over the
cussedeat road you over saw I was
over six hours on the way. I found
he house. It was a clearing of about
three acre ? , divided up into a turnip
ptch , a cabbage patch , and a patch
of potatoes. A man was milking a
cow in the barn-yard. On a board
by the front door lay the ugliest yaller
dee ; I over saw. 'That's Tobe , I
s'pose , ' I said to myself. When I
stopped my home the dog cot up. I
tied the horse to a fence and walked
toward the house. Tobe walked to
ward me. Ho only had one eye. He
slnivrol his teeth and growled. I
snapped my fingers , and said : 'Come
here , that's a nice feller. ' He gave
one spring , and had me by the pants
in leas than no time. I yelled. The
door opened , and Mag came out.
" c Oh , it's you , is it , equire ? Git
ont , Tobel He's only playin' , squire.
Ain't he the boss ? ' You orto see him
shake a groun'-hog. Come in , squire ,
come in. He ketched one to-day ,
and , by darn 1 we'll hev it far dinner.
Goiiiu in , I'll call Jerry , and we'll git
the thing right over , like pullin * a
tooth. Git ont , Tobe , you ornary
cuss ! '
'Tobe left and I went in. I had a
notion to put a ball in the dog first ,
thrugh. Blag's mother was peeling
'taters in a tin basin. Slag had been
washing , and her blue hickory dress
WAS as wet as a dish rag. Her sleeves
wtiro rolled up to her shoulders , and
h < > r hair was sticking over her head in
" 'Mam ' she said ' ' '
, , 'h'yer's the
equiro. Ill call John out in the barn
yard , an' we'll fix Tobe in this 'tator
pitch as solid as a pine-knot , in loas'n
two minitsl Dad ain't here , but odd's
ha ditference. "
" 'Hold on a jiffy'said the old wo
man. I wanter settle suthln' fust.
Ye know , 'squire , Jorry'sgot considr'-
blo property. '
" 'Has ho ? said I 'I didn't know
" La , bless ye 1 yes ; hoop-pole up'-
long the creek , an" half a cord o' bark
in the woods. Then he's got two
bushel o' turnips ccznin' from old
Grindy , on' a chare in that coon him
an1 another feller kotched last Sun
day. Besides , he's got a new pair o'
14-shillin' cnwskin boots and a pair o'
patent Kentucky jane overhauls. Ye
ae'e , 'squire , Jerry's well fixed , an
what I want to know is this : Jerry
ain't very wholesome. I think he's
got the indigestion of the lungs.
Anyway , in case he should drop off
suddint without a will , I want to
know kin his durned ornary brother
Lije claim them boots an' overhauls ,
or will they go with the wst of the
ihings to his sorrowin' widder V
" 1 set the old lady's fears at rest.
The widow would fall heir to the
boots and overalls , I said.
" 'Then call in Jerry,1 she and ,
'and we'll hustle this thing through
with bells on. '
"Mag went to the door.
' "Jer-r-e-el Jer-r-e-e ! You Jerry ! '
she called at the iop of her voice.
" ' \Vhat-a yer want ? ' came back
from the . '
barn-yard. 'Yer allua a 5
vollin'artor authin. ' '
" ' ' ' f
'The 'squiro'a come , you biijlum-
mix ! Come iu an'gic hitched ! " !
" Jerry came into the houseJ
grumbling , and as cross ns a bear.
" 'Might let a fhllar git his barn
cleaned out first , ' he grunted.
"He had on a hickory shirt and a
pair of overalls. The latter were
rolled up nearly to his knees , and his
feet were bare.
' "Wall , I guess yer barn'll keep till
this h'yer's over , " said the old woman.
"The couple stood up and took hold
of bunds. I was just about to begin
the ceremony when the old woman
threw both hands over her head and
c "Dod rat yer ngly picter , Jerry
El win ! Ef you ain't gone left the
bars to that turnip patch down , and
there's that pesky ye rlln' heifer a
chawln * np half the winter's biliin't
Grit out there and turn her out. , or 111
"Jerry dropped Mag's hand tnd
ran out to attend to the heifer in tne
turnip patch. He came back puffing
like a porpoise , and the ceremony was
resumed and got through with without
V You sell Tobe , now,1 said Mag.
'You dare think * '
to o seilin'Tobonow ,
Jerry , an' I'll make it warm around
"Jerry went out to the barn. Mag
wont bask to her washing. I had no
more business there , but I thought I'd
hang around for my fee , which I im
agined -would ba a tolerable gdod one.
By and * by the old man came home
from the woods.
" 'Well , dad , ' said Mag , 'the jig is
up , and Tobe is one of the family , sar-
tain. ' '
"Tho old man called me ont in the
" 'I understand , ' he said , 'that yer
'lowed four shillin' by law for splicin'
people. Now , 'squire , that hits mo
as being a lectio steep. Ye know I
voted foryoumoro'n once , an' I think
you orter csll this job throe-and-six.
The recreation o' gittin here and back
orter be worth more'n the extra six
pence , 'squire. '
"I was so mad that I could have
crammed my hat down the old man's
throat. But I said I'd take the three
' " Wall , squire , ' said the bark-
pealer , 'I ain't sold nohoop-polea yit
this season , bnt I'll be down 'lection \
day or Thanksglvin' , an' hand yon t
them figgers. Or say , sqnire , if you i
kin use some groun * hog '
"That was about all I cared to hear
just then. I rattled my buck-board
away from there as fast as I could. I
met Tobe about half a mile down the
road , slouching along the edge of the
woods. I heard afterward they never
saw him again , and that Mag charged
Jerry with selling him on the sly , and
went to Milford to see if that wasn't
ground for a divorce. But they never
charged mo with shooting the dog and
throwing it in the woods , as some
folks have said they did. "
HONEY FOR THE LADIES.
Bonnet strings are immensely wide.
Ulsters of seal are shown by fur
Beaded bonnet gowns ate all the
Leopard sets are worn by young 1s-
Even house-dresses are made with
PiUsh flowers grow more and more
Old-fashioned mink-tail sacques are
Sealskin sicquoa remain the popu-
ar fur wrap
Quilted satin m tiff a edged with fur
will be used.
White toilets are in best taste for
Fur collars aud capes have taken
; he place of boas.
Russian and Lapland furs are to be
worn this winter.
Many humorous holiday cards are
shown this season.
Silver and blue fox are among the
favorite fancy furs.
Driving gloves made of a leopard's
claw are a novelty.
The lambrequin effect is much usec
in winter costumes.
Badger skins in natural colors are
used for muffs and trimmings.
Heavy satin dp Lyou is the best ma
terial for a fur-lined circular.
A handsome "millinery set" con
sists of a bonnet and muff to match.
Lon ? gloves , reaching above the
elbow , arij deriguer.with short sleeves
Hungarian plush is the name given
to that with the longest , richest pile
Long pins of jet , shell or gold , am
tiny Japanese fans are worn in th
The skirts of skating suits are made
of striped goods. Jerseys nro worn
Flush and whita lamb-skin clot ]
are used for outside coats for suial
Black fox and black Russian har ,
pelerines and collars are worn in
The Olga ia a pretty new muffo
plush , or silk , or satin ; with reticule
The fashionable sealskin sacque is
shorter by two inches all around than
that of last year.
The now sashes aud drapery gath
ered at the bottom into tassels are
called the "bell-pull festoon. "
The now polonaise is uow callet
the Polish dress. Some of the new
costumes are a mass oi trimming.
The Mousquctairo glove wrinklec
on the wrist , hko those worn by Sarah
Bernhardt , is the caprice of the mo
Prety little bonnets for evening
wear are made of the strawberry-and-
cream plush and ornamented with soft
Lituhficld Icdics hold apple bcos for
the benefit of the western missionary.
This helps a worthy object , while at
: he aame tim < it indulges thbir love
: or pairing. [ D.inbury News.
Will somebody please tell the wo
men who tie their heads up in blue
voih that they thereby bring out nil
; he yellow iu their complexions.
Coal ia 30 scarce in some parts ol
51 the west that young people engaged in
courting , have to sit on each other's
laps ] to keep warm.
Fashion siya "Gathered waists are
still very much in favor with young
ladies. " They are with the young
gentlemen , also. [ New Orleans Pic
A now fan invented in Germany has
needles and thread concealed in its
first fold , BOas to bo all ready to re
pair damages- the weaver's gown be
torn at a ball.
There are some thirty-five thou
sand more females than males in Phil
adelphia , and yet some people wonder
why some girls marry bow-legged
men. [ Philadelphia Chronicle.
A Kansas woman who is uow living
with husband No. 6 , lost Nos. 1 and
2 by hanging , No 3 by being sent tote
to the penitentiary , and No. 4 by sui
cide. It is impossible to tell how No.
5 will turn out.
An Illinois woman married another
fellow five minutes after securing a
divorce. When a woman can swap
husbands quicker than she can put np
her hair , she must be uncommonly
smart. [ Philadelphia Chronicle.
All Maine is laughing at an Augus
ta man who wanted to present his wife
with a pair of boots. The salesman
asked what number she wore. He
didn't know , but remembering that
elio were No. 7 gloves , ho got her a
pair of No. 7 boots.
An English girl writes that no man
will stare long at A woman who does
not stare back. That sounds very
well , but if she does not stiro back
how is she to know whether the man
has stopped staring or not ? [ Phila
A Baltimore lady twenty-seven
years of age , was poisoned by a pair
of green stockings. The ignorance of
some people ia shocking. It would
appear that a vroman of that age
should know that stockings should
never be worn until ripe. [ Chicago
"Why couldn't respectable , intelli
gent woman nell goods by sample as
well as men ? " aiks a lady in Battle
Creek , Michigan. They certiinly
could. There is no reason why those
who are smart enough to sell men
should not be able to sell goods.
[ Philadelphia News.
Dr. Swing says that woman in time
will develop into angels. Perhaps so ;
but it seems to us that an augel would
would present a somewhat singular
appearance in a De Yinci hat , tight-
itting Jersey , fifteen button kids ,
locked Blockings and French-heeled
Two girla in an Illinois boarding
chool had a contest to see which
would dress quickes't , on a wager.
Fhree other girls acted as judges , and
he air seemed lull of lingerie , pictor-
al stockings and lots ot things that
no fellow oven knows the nama of , for
seven minutes and thirteen seconds ,
when the winner smilingly emerged ,
aultleasly attired , even to hat and
Bliffera has just buriedhia fifth wife.
Bhffera WAG walking with a friend out
to the cemetery , showing him the
boiutiful grounds. His friend was
profuse in his expressions of appreci
ation , and asked Blifferj if he had n
lot there. "Well , " said Bliffira , "I
don't know what you would csll a
' ' ' five five wives here
'lot. , I've pot ,
which is more than the general aver
Olive Logan has r. friend who lived
in Cub who need to observe aoma
grand ladies driving out every after
noon with flowers in their hair , dia
moiids on tbeir necks , and the volante
full of the flounce * of their profussly
ttlinmed silks. Ono day the vehicle
upset and spilled the great ladiei ,
when it iras discoverp.d that they hr.a
on neither shoes nor stockings.
Aye , wet the shattere 1 edges damtly ,
Place them together in the ancient shape ,
Match hue and fair design with careful eye ,
And let no fragment from your sarch
So , place tlie cup where no keen sunlight
Phaw , does such injured beauty pay
your pain ?
'Twill hold a mimic waxen bud. perchance ,
But never water for a rose again.
Unsay the angry words ; the chargerecal
Deny or plead away donbf , slight , or
Before tha outraged shrine for pardon fall ,
Win back the smile with the forgiving
The happy "safety of affection" lost ,
Tru-t and its frank , free gladness fled to
What boot to fain the faith , to count the
The wounded love will bear the scar
Ah , keep the precious porcelain iu its
Guard close tha fragile darlings of the
Oh , ye. in life's pure treasures proud anc
The fruit and its first bloom are light to
Dread one rough touch ; no time again can
Ono- gone , or perfect form or fearless
In prayer or patisnco mourn it while we
And hope to win it back in heaven
[ All the Year Hound.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ,
Kiralfy Brothers' "Entertainment'
was produced at the Walnut Streel
Theatre , Philadelphia , last week.
Tha recripts of Booth's theatre during -
/ing the Bernhardt season of twenty-
four nights , closed Saturday , were
Salviniaa "Ingomar , " entered upon
the second and last week of his en
gagement at the Arch Street Theatre ,
Philadelphia , last week.
Pattl's novelty at Covent Garden
next season is to bo the part of Elsa
in "Lohengrin. " What Mme. Albini
will say to this meditated trespass on
her domain remains to be seen.
News has been received in this
country of the death of Carl Friedrich
Weltzman , ono of the most profound
muaicil theorists in Europa. He died
in Berlin , Nov. 7.
England is to have three French
theatrical companies next year the
Gymnaso. the Benaiesance and the
Nouvoaates , the latter with the "Can-
tinero" and a new piece specially for
Mr. Frederick Kyle has organized a
"Christy Minstrel Company" consist
ing of the best "burnt cork arits's he
has been able to select , " and will be
gin in engagement at Horticultural
Hall , Boston , on the 20th of Decem
Mile. Jeanne Samary , the pretty
little actress cf the Theatre Francais ,
has just been married to the only son
of a rich Parisian stock-broker. Near
ly all the distinguished writers in Pa1
rli went to the church to gaze upon
the young bride in ivory istin and
Mr. Abbey his closed a contract
with Mr. H. O Jarrett for ihe production -
duction t Booth's Theatre of Mr.
George F&wcatt Kowe' veraion oi
"Uncle Tom's Cabin , " which proved
itself a success at the PrincessTThea
tre , London , and in several of the
German cities. Ic will be presented
about Christmas day.
Miss Lnla Yeling , a youthful pian
ist , only twelve years of age , is an-
noucced to appear in Washington on
the 21st of January , in her first pub
lic concert. She has , however , played
in Metropolitan circles with credit to
herself , and been ihe subject of much
Lure and repeated doses cf the lotin ? oH
wsfdin ? cakei have been found scrrlceilile In
Inducing Indigestion and Djepepsiawlion a
nix ure of betf podding , cheese and under
done chestnuts haa failed. To core Indention
In such caaea try fa'prinj Blossom.
An Honest Medicine i'roe of ( Jhargo
Of all medicines advertised to cure
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The most sensible remedy , and the only sife
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Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swell
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order.pedal attcntlsn. given to
Well Ancnrs , Pulleys , Hangers ,
batting , etc
Planstornnw MachIneryUeachanIcal Draught-
nj , Models , eta , neatly eieoited.
SaHarnev St. . Bet. 14th and IStn.
1LER & GO. ,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS ,
o. -WILIDIE : ,
1317 CAS3 ST. , OMAHA. NEB.
t3TA good assortment always on hand.TEl ,
THJ8 MERCHANT TAILOB , J
Is prepared to make Pants , Suits and otercoata
to order. Prices , flt and workmanship guaranteed .
One Door West of fJrnlcfcBhank'a.
UNO. Q. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of Qsh ! * Jacobs )
No. 1117 Farnham St. , Old Stand of Jacob Pis
ORDKn * W Tlff.KfinAPP zrtl JCIT ?
BUSINESS COLLEGE ,
THE GREAT WESTERN
Geo.IL. Ratlilmn , Principal.
Creighton Block , - OMAHA
S nd for Circular.
Carpet ! ngs ! Garpetings 1
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOUGLAS STKEET , BET. 14TH AND 15TH
Carpets , Oil-Cloths ,
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc * .
MY STOCK IS THE LARGEST III TH WEST ,
3 Make u Specialty of s
WINDOW-SHADES AND LADE OU8TAIH3
And have a Full Line ot
Mats , Rugs , Stair Rods , Carpet-
Lining Stair Pads , Crumb
Clothes , Cornices ,
Cornice Poles , Lambreqinus , Cords and Tassels
In fact Everything kept in a First-Class Carpet Honse.
Orders from abroad solicited. Sutisiactiou Guaranteed
Call , or Address
John B. Detwiler ,
Old "Rflliahlo Carpet Fouse , OMAHA.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING
Steam Pomps , Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery.
3ELTIKC HOSE , BRASS AKD IRON FITTIM8 , P1FH , 8TEAH PACKING
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
KALLADAY WiND-ftlLLS , CHURCH AKD SCHOOL BEIU
A. L. 8THJTfr , 806 Fwnlwn Rtront
5W > Kara B Sa ' B UB Ko % ' r&Wti
In Kegs and Bottles ,
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
Easiness transacted same aa that o an Incorporated -
Accounts kept In Currency or gold subject to
light check without notice.
Certificates of deposit toned payable Jn three ,
Biz and twelve months , bearing Interest , or on
demand without interest.
Advances made to customers on approved BO-
curitlei at market rates of Interest
Bay and gell gold. Mils ot exchange Govern
ment , State , County and City Bonda.
Draw Sight Drafta on England. , Ireland , Scot
land , an'd all parts of Europe.
Sell European Passage Ticket * .
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
TJ. SDEPOSITORY. .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
and Farnham Streets ,
10R8 TO KOTJNTZE BROS. , )
iSTABLtsmD a 1858.
M & National Bank , August 20 , 1869.
Specially authorized by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to the
U.S. 4 PER CEHT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
HiKXAfl KccHTzn , President.
AnaosTus Kocm . Vlco President.
II. W. TAnra. Cashier.
A. J. POPTLKTCS , Attorney.
7 H. DAVIS , Aai't Cuhter.
Thla bank receives deposit without regard to
Isaues tliao csrtiacates tearing Interest.
Draws drafts on &m Francisco and principal
dtles of the United States , alsj London , Dublin ,
Edinburgh and tb principal dtiea of the conti
nent of Europe.
SoUa pwsite ; ticket ! fir Emigrants in the In-
man ue. _ raavldtl
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LINE
Connects With Street Cars
Corner ol SADNDERS and HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line M follows :
LEAVE OWAIIA :
630 , ' 8:17andll:10a m ,3:03,6:37and723am.
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 a. m. . 9t5 a. m. , and 12:15 p. m.
4:00 , 6:15 and 8:15 p. m.
The 8:17 a. m run , leaving omaha , and the
4:00 p. m. run , leaving Fort Omaha , are ranally
loaded to full capacity with regular pmengers.
The 6:17 x m. ran will be made from the post-
office , corner of Dodge and 15th rorehU.
Tickets can ba procured from street cardrlv-
ert , or from driven ot hacks.
FARE. 25 CEHT3. 1HCLUDISQ BTBE CAB
THE ORIGINAL. '
! s nr"
Oor. Randolph St. & 6th Me. ,
CHICAGO ILL./ '
PRICES REDUCED TO
S2.00 AND $2.50 PEfftAl )
Located In the business centre. coar nl . | j
to placea of amusement. Elegantly fumlah
containing all modern Improvements , pameng
elevator , &c. J. H. CUJ1MINOS , Proprietor a !
OODEN HOUSE , ]
Cor. MARKET ST.
Council Finn's , lowar *
On line o Street Railway , Omnlbn.1 to and til
all trains. RATES Parlor floor * 3.00 per d >
eecond floor , J2.SO per day ; third floor , f-l
The best furnished and most commodious ho
In the city. OEO.T. PHELPS Pron
FRONTIER HOE' '
Laramie , Wyoming ,
The miner's resort , good aceommodatil
arze sample room , charges reasonable. Spt I
kttention given to traveling men. I
11-tf n. C IIILLIvr.D Pmprletrl
INTEIl- OCEAN KOTfl
Cheyenne , Wyoming .
rs * ' * * , Fine arze S mpl9 Room * ,
block from depot. Train * st p from 20 m'
to 2 hours for dinner Frer Bui to and
Dopot. lutes 8100 , ! 60 and 83.00 , accsi
to room ; s'nIo meal 75 cents.
A. U. BALCOM , Propriet
Vf EORDEX. Cnief Clerk. n !
Scliiiyler , Neb. '
FIist-cIaM Houm , Good Meals , UJOa
AJry Room ? , nd kind and a omaiod
trcitment. Twjood / eampte rooms Sil
attention paid to commercial trawlers.
S. fflLLEB , Prop , ,
CT _ C.
Capitol Ave , , Opp. ILuonJc I
OMAHA , - - - -
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