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CKA8LES POWELL ,
OF THE PEACE Corner 16th End
JUSTICE ! Sta. , Omaha Keb. _
WM. SIMERAL ,
AT LAW BoomeCrelghton
ATTORNET St. . OMAHA , NEB. _
D. L THOMAS ,
TTORKET AT LAW Loans money , bojf
M _ and ne'It real eetate. Boom e.Cnlghton
A. C. TBQUP ,
A TTORKKT AT LAW Office In Hanacom1 !
. ! _ Block , with GoorEo E. Prltchrtt. ICOfl
farnham Bt , OMAHA , KEB.
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.T LAW Crnlckaank e fnltr
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MBACH BLOCK , COR. CCUCISTH ITS.
OMAHA. KEF _
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0 Bee : Front wocj .Xjp stalrt. la HtMcom1 !
ew brick bonding , . ' W. coiner fifteenth and
? .E5H K & JlKIHCK ,
Epedal attention fU b glrea to * U full *
pdnrt eorForkVloti ! e > l eery description ; will
practice in a ] JU CJourtfl of the Buio and the
Unltol States. Office , Farnh&m fit. , oppocite
fcDWARB W. SlttERAL ,
> 1 TTOUNET AT LAW Soon 6
unL Clocfc , Utb ud Poarlaa ntroet.1. nofldb
B. F. MAKDERSON ,
TTORXZY AT LAW 2U Farnlum Itntt
X Omaha Nebraska.
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Omci 215 South Fourteenth Street ,
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terauwont dlanbllltjr , bat boy It ,
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< when roa can notobtalnltorblm.W )
vill Brad It , prepaid , on receipt ofprlrc
ftr. Bouabo * * Treatlic OB Piles cot fin ,
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Ofc'St Joe 630 m. m.
S. City A P. 530a.m.
O. P. B.K. , ll-.40a.rn.
O. & R. V. to Lincoln , 10 a. m.
B. A M. R , R80 a tn ,
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C. k K. W. B.B. . 11 k. m. , 11 p. m.
C. B. t e. , 11 a. nt , B30 p. m.
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n. P. B. B. , i p m.
O & K. V. from Lincoln , 12:10 p. m ,
P Citj A p. , u .m.
II. & U. lu Neb. . 1 p. m.
loal mU'H for States Iowa leave but onoa a
J v , vis : .M . sa
Ofnocomr > frum 12 to 1 p. m. Snodays.
THOMAS F. HALL Pe-tjrainl.
Arrival And Departure of
Dally Kipnw ISdSp.ia. KSSp.ta.
do allied Can p. m. iSSp. m. '
do Freight..6:30a.m. lWp. IT.
do do 6:16 a.m. 12:20a.m.1
TIMK OABD OF T1IE BTIRLINQTOK.
Express 3:40 : p. m. Xzpresa 100 a. ta.
Hall 6.-00 a. m. Mall 10:00 p.m.
Sundays Rxcepted. EcndayB Exceptcd.
CHICAQO.ROCK ISLAND & PACIFia
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F.'preBS.S : pm. ) lEiprcfl 19 0 a , tn.
KANSAS CITY , ST. JOE 1 COUNCIL BLUFFS
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Express . fcOQ p.m. | Mat ! . 7:25 \ . m.
The only line ronnlne Pullman Sleeping Can
ont of Omaha to Union Depot.
OUAHA & NORTHWEETBRR AND PIOUI
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D&Uy Except Sundays.
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11 a. m. . 1p.m. , ip. m.,3p. tn. , 5 p. m,6p.
Lf > are Conndl Hnffg ; 835 a. m. , 936 a. m , ,
10:25 a. m. , ll5a.m.lS5p m. , 2:25 p. m. ,
8:25 p. m , 6:25 p. m. , 6.-2S p. m
Four trips on Sunday , learlni ; Omaha at 9 and 11
a. m. , 2 and 6 p. nt ; Council BlnDi U 9:25 : ,
11:25 k. m. , &nd 225 and 6:25 p. m.
Leave Omaha : 6 a. m. , 7 a. m. , 820 . tn. , 1
p. m. , 1 0 p. m. , 7:25 p. m. ,
Leave Council Bluffs : 6:15 a. to , , 8:10 : a. m. ,
11:10 a , m. 6:25 : p. m. , 700 p. m. , 7:60 p. m.
Dally except Sunday.
OMAAA & REUBUO&N VALLEY B. .
HaII..t > kktt. . . . . .10:15 > i.in. . 1:55 : p.m.
Dally except Sundays.
a week. J12 day at iiotce ontlj made :
/ontHt fr < w .Adders TTgL CO-P ° rtlnil Me.
SANTA CbAtJS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery or tbe Age.
Woauerful dlscoTeriestn the world have boon made
Among other thlnps where Santa Clans stajod
Children oft ask U he mafcea coodg or not ,
It really he Eves In a mountain ot KQOW.
Last year an excursion sailed Ci&vr to the Pole
Where wonder of wonden tboy fonhd ft nowlfcnd ,
VThUe fclry-Hkj beta apiVand on each hand.
There were ttouQteraa like OUR , with more
beaaUTol green ,
And far brighter sklce than ever were seen.
Birds with the hues ct a rainbow were found ,
While flowers of exquisite fragrance wire grow
Ing around. .
Not long were tbev lct ! to watt&i : In doubt
A beta ? Boon cuce the/ bid heard much about ,
Twas 8anU CUus1 Belt and thlsthey all nay ,
Ic I okt4 like the picture r race every day.
He drove up a team that looked very queer ,
Twas a team * f imfBhoppcrs instead of reindeer ,
He rede In a shell instead ot a glelgh ,
Bat he took them on toud and drove them
He showed them all over his wonderful realm ,
And factories making goods for women and men
Furriers were working on hata great and small ,
To Bunco's ther said they were sending them all.
Kris KlnglO , the Glove Makert&Idthcm at once ,
Ail our Gloves we are I ending to Bunco ,
Santa showed them suspenders and man ; things
Saying I also took these to friend Bonce's etott.
Santa Claus then whispered a secret te'd tell.
As InOmaha every one kc w Banco well ,
He tDBreforo should Rnd his goods to hlj care ,
Knowing his friends will get their full share.
Now remember ye dwellers In Omaha town ,
AU who want pnaonts to Bunco's go round.
For shirts , collars , or gloves great and smidl ,
Bend your sister or aunt one and ill.
Bonce , Champion nattor of the Woftt , Cftoglal
r et. Omaha
A new nd hllberto nnknown remedy for all
dUeanca of the Kidneys , Bladder , and Urinary
U will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
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the Urine. Catarrh of the Bladder , hish colcred
and scanty rrine , Painful Urinating , LAME
BACK , General Weakness , and all Female Com-
It avoids Internal medicines , Is certain In it
effects and cures when nothing else can.
For ale by all DruRjrirta or sent by mall free
upon receipt of tbe price , 82.00.
DAY NEY PAD CO. , PROP'RS ,
Toledo , O.
tfS t , your addresi lor oar little book ,
Hov e was Sarod.1 *
MRS K. ISH. Aeent for Hebraika.
CHARLES RIEWE ,
Uet&llc Cases , Coffins , Caskets , Shroud * , etc.
n mStree . Oth and llth , Omaha , Keb.
Telegraphic order * promptly attended to.
HOOTED OUT OF EttlN.
Tyrannies ° f the English Slave-
Driver of Lough Mask
Correspondence ot The Jfsw Ycrk Hsra'd
jDuBLiir , Doc , 6. Due of the most
extrao'dma-y lucid nu in the history
of In-Lnd IIRB been the ' 'linycotking"
of Loru Jirntj'a agent at Lough Mask.
Three weeks ago it will be remem
bered hovr ft email British army
marched from the railroad station at
Cltrernorria to Bilitvubo and Inugb
Mask , guarding a atnil hr-ndof Ulster
laborers who had volunteered to get
In this man Boycott's turnips and
other crops. It was a strange , weird
march that stormy night , whan the
country people from all the surround
ing district assembled along the road
and hooted and hissed the passing
proczsiion , and uttered dark
threats agaicat the invading Orange
men. I said country people ,
though it should ba added that only
women and children took part in the
demonstration , for the mr. , old and
young , in o | onoa fo jjje WORJ flf
command , given bythe powerful or
ganization knofrn aa the Land League ,
carefully kept out of the way , treating
the expedition with silent contempt.
The Land League was guided by men
who were wise anough to know that a
conflict with the large military force
sent out to protect tfie relief expedi
tion could only end in bloodshed ,
and ) perhaps , disaster , though I
am informed that 40,000 armed" Irish
men could have been collected atBallin-
roba at a day's noticeand they gave or
ders , transmitted quickly to all parts
of Mayo , that the expedition ahon'd
not bo disturbed ot attacked. And so
the Ulster men arrived safely at Lough
Mask , and went to work amid rain ,
ind snow , and storm , and in three
weeks succeeded ! i getting "in Boy
cott's trops , siving a few hundred
pounds' worth of farm proJucts at a
cost to the country estimated at froai
7000 to 10,000 On Friday last ,
the relief work biin < * completed , the
Uletermen wera escorted from Lough
Mask to tiilUnrobe , end on Saturday
morning from B.Ulii.robd t > Clare-
morris , where they teak the Jraia for
ESCAPE OF BOYCOTT AND FAMILY.
On thesamo day ( Saturday ) Boycott
and his family weru removed , hidden
in nn ambulanca wagott , frdm Lough
Mask , Claremorrfc , guarded by a com
pany of hussara. On Sunday night
Mr. Boycott , with his family , took the
mail train fdr London , leaving Ireland
forever ) banleliod from a beautiful
homo by an impoverished and wretch
ed band of peasants ( laborers ) , who
had been driven to despsration and to
"Boycotiing' Beciuse cf his petty
tyranny , exercised in a manner that
would have done no discredit to the
hardest-healed slave-driver that
ever held the whip over the Berfa
placed under hs : charge. It
must be remembered that Boycott was
driven out of Ireland not ; because of
any crimes committed by him against
the tenets of the land league. Lord
Emo , for whom Boycott was the
ageni , is not a hard landlord , and his
tenants did not band togotner to pun
ish the agent became bf the carl's
misdemeanor. Pressed down y poverty - ;
erty ati wrotchedtjess th'ey were ap
parently the rnoat abject of human
creatures , living on without a hope
and without a future. For yoara they
bore In patience the indignities put !
upon them by thisjpatty tyrant , and
they would haV'o borne these indlgni
tie& umch longer had not aorno of
the leaders of the land league
taught them that they were human
beings and how to take revenge fot-
the indignities that had been put
upon them. It la not many years
ago since Mr. Boycott went to Lough
Mask , hoping , us hv5 said a few days
ago. to eu4 there , with his family ,
his life in peace , and as he might have
done had he not abused his pcmitioh
and 1m trusts. A amill fain , pos
sessed of an iron will , quite out of
comparison with his physical strength ,
he resorted to a method of enforcing
obedience that angered the peasantry
placed under his care ,
If one of his farm laborers , wearied
after a day's work , took a short cut
acrcst the fields to his miserable hut ,
which he called his home , "Capt. ' '
Boycott would fine him a small sum of
money. If a peasant's hen was found
tresspassing oh the Captain's fields ,
Another fine would be imposed. If a
peasant left one of his implements in
the wrong place , a fine ranging from
two to six pence would be imposed. In
fact , he fined them for all and every
thing , and at the end of the week the
poor herd would find that instead of
receiving hUtmiierablo dole of eight
or nine shillings , he would only get
from five to seven , the rest being con
fiscated by the "Oaptaln" for fines. It
was a miserable life that he led his
peasant workmen , bullying and curs
ing them from morning till night ,
marching round his farm gun in hand ,
and his hard face , his gray beard , and
his bandy legs , a terror to those around
him. He treated the peasants worse
than if they had been slaves.
THB DAY OF RETRIBUTION.
But finally retribution came. The
land leaguers visited the country ;
they taught the miserable serfs the
great lesson that they were human be
ings , and told them to join together
and to refuse to labor on the farm.
Imagine , if you can , the depth of
misery to which these Irish psanants
had been driven and the desperation
which they felt before they gained
courage enough to carry out the reso
lution of "Boycotting" the offender.
Peasants who had to live on the miser-
ulo.pittanco of a few shillings a week
d'sp'ayed a heroism that shoul e
duiy nonored and chronicled. Ac
cepting starvation for themselves and
their fam lies , tin y refused to work
frr the man who had so long tyran
nized over them , and so it came
about that "Capt. " Boycott saw his
turnips and his crops rotting in the
groaud and not a laborer within a ra
dius of twenty miles who would lend
a hand to rescue them or touch his
polluted money , even to save them
selves from want. Yon can scarcely
gain any idea of the dread work of
this revenge unless Mr. Boucicault
sends you his revised drama of "The
O'Dowd , " where the scone recently
enacted at Boycott's is given in dras
tic faithfulness. And so it came
about that "Capt. " Boycott had to
appeal to the British government for
assistance , and a large army of sol
diers had to be sent to Lough Mask to
protect the Ulster volunteers In their
worn of gathering the crops.
THE BELIEF EPXPEDITION.
This relief expedition was the work
of a lew Publin Orangemen , who
might have been the means of evok
ing a riot if nothing worse ) had not
the government ; tent its soldiers to
protect them. As to the wisdom of
this relief expedition opinion dilfera ;
but in the end the expedition did
good , and to themselves more than to
anybody else. They learned while
away in the Papist lands that they
had come on a fool's errand , that they
were assisting a cause which theythem-
selves saw to be an unjust one. They
left their northern homes with a dark
haired of the Catholics of Mayo ;
the returned home filled with sorrow
for their suffering fellowcoantrymen.
In this wa } the expedition has been
productive of good in bringing about
a kindlier feeling between rival fac
tion ? ; and I do not think it will be
ItJng hence before Parnell and the
leaders of the League will find friends
and sympathizers by thu thousand in
tne very districts whither the Lister
relief men have gone.
HOW THE HUNTER OF PIKE'8 PEAK
BAGBEP AND BROUGHT Uf His
Co'orado Springs ( Col ) GtzeiU.
Yesterday the well-known hunter
of Pike's Peak , Catamount Charley ,
appeared in town riding his piebald
mustang , Captain Kid. The personal
appearance of this famous hunter and
trapper is familiar to every resident
of Colorado Springs. Mis tall , loose
ly-knit figure , his long legs , his dark
face , black eyes , and flowing black
beard , which sweeps in a sable cata
ract over his bosom , are all " 'irell
known to our citizens. Catamount
Charley was dressed in his Sunday
clothes , which consisted of ft yellow
buckskin shirt and buckskin trousers ,
both trimmed with a fringe of buck
skin cut into strips , a cartridge belt
filled with the loaded shblls of a heavy
repenting rifle , which he carried in
his hand , a wide white sombrero on
his head and moccasins on his foot.
Catamount Charley dismounted in
front of Alken & Hunt's museum , and
leaving his mustang unhitched , re
moved a heavy bale of skins from the
crupper of the saddle , and walked in
to thb stbrb. Mr. Hunt was the only
ono in the store at the time.
"I say , boss , " remarked Charley ,
"Ive got some skins yere I'd like tto
eell yer. " "UrUinly , " said Mr.
Diint , frith Ins usual politeness , "I
shall ho glad to look at them. "
"Yere , " said Charley , "is a moun
tain bison's hide , yero is a mountain
lion's hide , and yure are two moro
lion'ti hides. Tint fiht lion's skiu is
the biggest 1 ever see. It's nine foot
from tip to tip ; the critter must have
weighed 600 pounds. You see it was
this way. 1 was looking around for
game back of the Peak , when all at
once I heard a growlin' find liowlin'j
which reminded mo thac the moun
tain liouk was not all dead yet. So I
crawled around a p'int of rockjnd
I'm blamed if I didn't see
three mountain lion havin' a
fight with a monstrous bison
I toll you , it was a big light. The
lions would make a leap , and the bison
Would back up against a root and take
them on his horns. I don't know how
tee fight would have come out , but it
was just too good a picnic for me to
let it p.188 , so I dmwed a bad on the
fust lion as come in range and pulled
my old rifle tff. The surprising part
of the affair was that just as I pulled
one of the lions jumped in between me
and the one 1 shot at and caught the
ball just back of hia ribs. It passed
clean through him , and belli * turned a
little from its course , it cut the throat
of the second lion , and broke the back
of the bison. They all dropped in a
heap , and I was eo tickled that I in
cautiously jumped out from behind
the rockwhen the third lion saw me. "
"Indeed , " said Mr. Hunt. "Yes , "
said Charley , "thu third lion he saw
me , and made a jump in my direc
tion. As I saw him comin' I didn't
have time to take aim , but I took my
repeatin' rifle uft under my arm and
took a fly shot at him. Lucky for
me , I took him in the breast and he
tumbled over dead. " "Indeed , " said
Mr. Hunt. "Yes , " said Charley , "ho
tumbled over dead ; and now what
will you give me for the four skins ,
three mountain lions and one bison ? "
We left Mr. Hunt engaged in a mer
cantile combat with Charley over the
price of those skins.
Domestic Bllsa ' kifslng- the maid"
Domestic Blister "min's wlfo catch'ng Mm
Jloro Domestic Bin "wife robbing Ecltctric
Oil into the
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ELECTRIC BELT ,
Band , or Appliance represented to cure Nervous ,
Chronic and tipecia' Discr-so ? , send to the FUIi
VEKMACIIEROALVANICCO , SlSMontgomtry
Street , San Francisco , Cal. , for the'r ' Free
Pamphlet and "Tho Electric Koriir.v , " and you
will save time , health and money. The P. 0.
Co. are the only dealers in Genuine Electric Ap.
plianccs on the American Continent.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received at the office of the county
clerk of Furnas county , Nebraska , nt
Beaver City , the county seat of Baid coun
ty , up to the 3rd djy of January , A. D ,
1881 , at 12 o'c'ock M. of slid day , for the
construction of a wagnn bridge across the
Republican river , south of the town of
Cambridge , in Medicine Creek precinct , in
Furnas county , Nebraska , said bridge to
be 40) ) feet in length. Bidders are re
quired to accompany their bids with
plans asd specifications of the work , and
also with a bond in a anm double the
amount of thi bid , conditioned for the
faithful execution of I ho contract. The
county commisgioners of said county of
Fumas reserve the right to reject any and
By order of the county commissionen. of
Furnas county , Nebraska. Dated at
Beaver City , turnas connty , Nebraska ,
the 19th day of November , A. D. 1880.
L. KINSMAN , County Clerk.
OJCC a week in your own town , lerma and
$00 outfit froe. Addrcaa U. Hxlle'.t ft Co. ,
Portland , Me.
Tatfani's ' S to Aperiant.
Annr ( of Initial en ffsjlitfi : : ,
A bnbbliiip bcrer-Me i Cll htiul ;
A remedy for every allmtiit
O'er nhlch th IHIi mi aii
A IkXitlfC , tho't.h mild
A tonic , neTine 'nd cdfrCc
An jnndp.o ai 0 suponflc ,
A wor.dirful SAtiXB j-rrc t c
Ei b-j'tTlnj etery rare nuredieut
That nlnthSr 1aiurIceirtsi exnedleut ,
With kl .tlly liberal hal.M t j fln ;
In to the famuli' 'el'ifrt iirinc
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA ATTT.F. GREASE
Composed largely of powdered mica and teinsriasa
a the best and cheapest lubricator in the world
It is the best because ! t docs not gem , but form *
a highly polished surface over the axle , doin
awiy with a large amount of friction. It is the
cheapest becausd vou need u s hut half tbe
quantity in grevins your wapron thatyoU woull
of any other axle grease made , and then run
your aon twice as long. It answers equillj
as well for Mill Gearing , Threshing iMachlnag ,
Buggies , &c-ag for wagons Send for Pocket
Cjclopcdla of Things Worin Knowing. Mailed
free to any address.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO. ,
31 MICHIGAN AVENUE ,
f-Ask Your Dealer For It
FEVER ANi > A Cfi.
There is nc clvilii-d nation in the Western
Hemisphere in wliicb the util ty of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters as n tonic , corrective , and snti-
bilious medicine , is not known and appreciated.
While it is a medicine for ill seasons and all
climates , It la especially united to the complaints
generated by the weather , being the purest and
cest vegetable stimulant In th * world.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers , to whom np-
F.IV . for Hoitetter'g Almanic for 1881.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
TheQW. Reliable Sioux City Boute I
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE !
From COUNCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULTJTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all points in Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. This line is equipped with the Im
proved WcstuiKhouse Automatic Air Brakes and
Miller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
Is unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Room and
Sleeping Care/owned / and controlled V the com
pany , run Through Without Change between
Union Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
and St. Paul. Trams leave the Union Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Blnffs"at 5:15 : p m. ,
reaching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m. , and St. Paul
at 11:05 a. m , making
HOURS IK ADVANCB 07
ANT OTHER Rourx.
Returning , leave St. Paul at 3:30 : p. m. , ar
riving at Sioux City at 1:15 : a. m. , and Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs , at 9:50
a. m. Be sure that your tickets read via "S. 0.
k P. R. R. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent. Missouri Valley , Ion a
P. E. ROBINSON , Ara't don" ! Pass. Agent.
J. H. O'BRYAN ,
and Paso nger Agent ,
To Nervous Sufferers The Great
European Eemedy Dr. J.
B , Simpson's Specific
His a positive cure forSpennatorrhea , Seminal
Weakness , Impotency , and ail diseases resulting
from Self-Abuse , aa Jlcntal Anxiety I.o-s ol
Memory. Paina In tlie Back or Side , and diseases
that lead to
sent free to all. Write for them anil get full
Price , Specific , $1.00 per package , or six pack
ages for $5.00. Address all orders to
J.B. SIMPSON MEDICINE CO. ,
Noa. Hand 100 Main St. , Buffalo , N. T.
Bold In m ha by C. F. Goodman , J. W. Bell
J. E. Ijh tnd all druggists everywhere.
TWO DOLLARS WILL SECURE
THE WEEKLY BEE
One For Tear.
9,350 MILES OF ROAD !
It Ii tuc SHORT. S'JRE and 3ltt Route Betwean
L'lli fit ! feint * HAST and NORTH.
.T OITKKS THZ""TRAYEUNO PUBLIC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAOE8 THAX ANT
OTHER ROAD IN
Itlg tha ONLY ROAD betw n
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which ! a ran
PULLMAN HOTEL GAES !
In addition tc thosiiuid to pl-awi ail clas'cs of
tnvo'.ero , it slit * FIRST-CLASS MEALS at its
BATING STATIONS et M c nU each.
_ _ m _ i *
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS 1
ITS COACHES ARE THE FIMESTI
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
Ii yon wL h the Beat Trsvellnz Accommoda
tions you will buy rour ticket by this Route
tyAND WILLTAES NOKK OTHER.
Ml Ticket Asentaciii soil von Throujh Tleiel ?
via tiU ! tcrul an J Chrck n n t CsjZ-
r. : rKree of Char o
OMAHA TICKET OFFICE ? 7 } t Farnham St. ,
Cor. 14th , and ft Union Fj.ci3c Depot.
DENVER OFFICE lu Crt-r-oo Central and
Union PoclGcTIckrt Offlw.
3AN FRAKCJSCO OF ICE-2 Naw Mont0in. |
For iDformatlon , fotdere , maps , etc. , not ob-
talnabu ! at Homo Ticket Otticc. adilresti any
HOCHITT , WH. . STSHSITT ,
Gen'l Uanager. Ocnl Puss. Agent ,
CtnCAGO , ILL.
JAKE5 T- CLARK ,
Gen'l Agt Omihi k Connell BluBj.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
BURLINGTON & QUiNGY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Pas-
sender Ccacbcs , and
It Is acknowlwlgad by tha Sttaa , aad all wkc
travel uv.r it , u > be the Beet Appointed and
Best Managed Road In the Country.
PASSENGEBS GrOING BAST
Bhoiild ocar In mind that this U the
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Point * East , Kortb and Northwest.
Passengers by this Route have choice of
FOUR DIFFERENT KOTJTES ,
And the Advantage of Six Dally Lines of Palace
SlcCpinj Cars from Chicago to
New York CityWithoat Ohange.
All Express Trains on this line are equipped with
the WcstinghousePaUnt Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the moat Perfect I'ro-
tection Against Accl-
dents In the world.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING AND DINING CARS
Are run on th Burlington Route.
Information concerning Routes , Rates , llmo
Connection * , etc. , will be cheerfully given by
applying at the office of the Burlington Route ,
51H Fourtccntn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
C. E. PERKINS , D. W. HITCHCOCK.
Gen'l Manager. Gen. Wegt'n Pass. Aft.
J. 0. PHILLIPPI , St. Joe. , Mo.
General Agent , Omaha.
H. P. DUEL ,
fepS-dl Ticket Agtnt , Omaha.
la the only Direct Line to
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
Ho change oi cara between Omaha and St. Louis
and but ono between Omaha and Now York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
With less charges and in advance of other llnet.
ThLj entire line Is equipped with Pullman'i
Palace Sleeping Cara , Palace Day Coach-
caviller's Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
THAT TOUR TICKET READSTfi
Kansas City , St. Joseph and"
* ConncilBlntah.R.Tla ! BfCt
tS-Jos andSt.Louls.-e *
TickeU ( or sale at all coupon stations in the
J. F. BARNARD , A. a DAWE3 ,
( ten'I Sapt. , Gen'l Paas. & Ticket Ag't
St. JosoDh , Mo. Et. Joseph , llo ,
W C. SEACIIKE8T , Ticket Agen. ,
ICZOFamhao Street ,
ANDYBORDEN , A. B. BARNARD ,
PaiH. Accnt , Oxah * . G n'rl Aeent , Omaha.
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
Wire Fencing and Ratlin ? Bpeciallty.
Their beauty , porman nee and economy
daily working the extinction of all fencing ) '
Elccant in design. Indestructible
Fences for Lawns , Public Ground * and Ceme
"Iron Vases , Lawn Settee * , canopied * nd ol
ruitic pitterni ; Chain an > l every description ol
Iron and Wire ornamental work designed am
manufactured by E. T. BARNTJM'S Wire and
Ifpn W rr ! , 17. 29 and 31 Woodward Ave , De
troit , Mich. Scud ' . * " " -atalogue ani
price lirt , sep24
KIDNEGHN is highly recominended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy. Bright's Disease , Loss of Energy.
Nervous Debility , or any Obstructions arisins from Kidney'
Bladder Tiiaeaaes. Also for Yellow Fever Blaod nnd
Poisoning , in infected malarial sestbc.0.
9T5y the ttUtll'a * ! m rf i voK"sT LEAF lth JUMPER BSRRIFS and B.VRLET MALT we have
discovered Kll rot XwJiir ai'-i.pccificnUv on the Kidney ? MK ! TJrlrory Otxan < , rvmevlnc Injuriotx
d poits ur'iu-.v in tiio h Auer vd pn.\entln < any straining smartinc senjatlon heat ot Irritation
lithe nwmbranitic i | t . - . : < tlocuor w t rpTraiie. U rxcitm : > healthy action in the K ! < ln9
givm ; 'htmtr n.l'i. vivou 1 rtitonnsr these onr a tt \ heMthy condition , showin ; lt effect *
on both th ct.l r j.l cr.'j i ! - > i nnno. Itcan bo takrnattll limes , inall climitrjaml ucilcn i
clrcllmstantts v ! ' out mjiii x t . < hc < jMcm. L'pilll.e any other jirepiratloit for Kidney dUHcuIliw
Ithisavery plcNn i.fti at rrv > < > tute anil flavor It haa b n dilbculi to make a preparation
contah Ins f a < v u:2r.i.1 j.'p-It.es whkli will not nauseate , but bo acccfUblo tn the stcmseh
C < .foretihmirai > iT-rmfdl iru lr.v Iwflo of KOXKQEX to CLECiSK the KIDNEYS fn.m
foul matter 1 r ) it an.l > ! wi'l a -iy3 us l t as a family medlclna. Ladies npecially will like it
anil Gentlemen nillSnd KIPNKK" < lhub at Kidney Tjnlc ver used'
NOTICE hachboti'o "wars tur > mtare of LAWKEXCE A MARTIN , a-'soi Troprletary Govtm
ment Stamp. * hlch pcrmiii KIUNECEX to bo sold ( without liceos-i ) by Drc gbita , Grocers inJ
Other Persons e cr > wtere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If not foundatjonr Drusxista orGrocers , wo will send a bottle prepaid to the neatest expreM
office to you
LAWRENCE & MARTIN Ills.
, Proprietors , Chicago , .
Sold by D&UGGISTS , GEOOEES and DEALEES everywhere
Who7iS.-ic ! agents In Omaba , STEELE , JOttSSON & CO. , will supply the trade at mannfociui
WHO 13 UNACQUAINTED V/JTH THE CFOCRAPHY O < fH >
SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP , THAT " '
VtSjI v o M nncapolis
i5jy fKnt"iilo W
" llft * ? . _ . ; ijt- * I'C' " *
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R.
IS THE GREAT C05SECTLW LINK BETWEEN THE EAST ATHE
Ita main. line nina Croai Ca.'cngo jo Connell fHninyOnftforefltlnirpurp'i'csoniT. ' t * o
Bluff ) , twin ; ! throcrfa Jollct , Ottcoa. Lit Sille. irreatfeature of uur l-alnre C ar 1 a " SM'Vtf * ?
Genoaeo , Moltnc , Itocic Island. Davenport , Vwt 8AIXXJM here ron cna eujoy year "Jl *
Liberty , Iowa City. Jlnren o , Urooklyn. Urlnacil , at all hears of tiio d ly.
l > os Moiaei ( tie capital of loirs ) . Stuart. Atlan aiaxnlrJcent It n llrlaiioa spun '
tic , and Avocn : with braaciie * Trom Bnreitn and Ml ourl rsat olj pointa cnmoea tf . i
Junction to Peorts ; Wilton Junction toBrnea- line , and transfers are avowed at ConncS. 8 > rJJ >
tlte. Washington. FalrBelO. Kldon. Belknap KOJKAJ City l avenwortn and Atcc o * t ? &
Centiorllle.Prlcce ton. Trenton. Oellatln. C me- nectloo , beinsmaduln Lnloa
mo. Leavenwonri. Atchlson , sad Kansa City ; TUB PIUNl 1PAL. K. it. i. 2 ?
Washington to Slenamer , Oekalooja. and Snox- T1II3 UHKAT
vllle ; Keoknk to Famlnirton. Bonaparte , Ben * -
tonsDort. Independent. Klclon. Cttucawa. E < Wr- , Hnef
Tllle.O5k4.1o < MaPell .Mnnro * . and DeaMoines : Esst and South.
Newton to Jlonroe ; Des Molnes to Indlaaolaanq
Wlntersot ; Atlantic to Lewis an < l Andutwn ; * ntt it W.&l' . . . .
A"oca to llarlan. Tals l potitlvaly tna 007 wtta K. v *
Kallroad. which owns , and operate * thro
line from Chicago Into the State of Kanvw. wr. j lit. r nt.B. it.
Tironari Kxpreos PEMemirer Trains. ! ! V > .ithl . f. * J. : P.D
nan alac Caiiattache < l.ar9run each way aa-.y .i I. . U bt : and T. F. * W. Hds.
ueiween CHICAGO and PEOIIIA. KAxaAd Czrt IRtATO wltn "Mllwaultee
COCTSCII. IILCFFS. JjKAVBSWORTH ttJlil ATCIU- I JJue. " n.l Koctt l rd * f
sa > f. 1 hrmnh cara ere also run Svtween Miao innrr. wltn tto Uavenpuri
* ee and Kansas CUT , via Uie "ilUwmsee I
BockUland Sh - Line. " . .
The urea\jck Island" l ssaen KyntlT TithCentrnllowaU.lt.
equipped. Ita road bed IK Haunt - * * . xt , ami IU lUtM MOINX4 with 1) M.AK U II. iv
. . > . with Union Paciac
track Is laid with steel rall . AtCeraru. at.vrrt
Wnut will please you aioat will be the piowa . * ? A. with H. .t Mo. 1C 1C II. t lu AeX.
of enloylhR your me.i'-i. wcile pssslna o r tha .
beantlful pralriea ol illnol3 ) nd Inwu. In ona ot At WTTCMWA. wltn Central lows It- >
our magnltlcent IJlnlDzCsTs that accompany all Bt. L. A I'ao , and IX U. ft VIK. . llda.
Tnrougli Exprp Inlnc. Vein Krt mi eitlro At Ksorfra.wtta-l'ou Peo. war : ; *
meal , as ( rood n.i M HCTTCJ In nur llrst-clwa oolui. I/oaraAl-ae..andSC./UKeo.AW.-W / H tfc
rorseventy-llTO ceutn. At CAMKKO.V with. It. ft. J. U. H.
Appreclatlnif tlie fact that n majority i AtATCIIlsOM. HhAtClL1Topol * S oJ AT
Deople prefer separate sp-irtrEcnts for different Atch. * N an. anJ fen. ilr. U. K UUO * .
purposes ( and the immense jus'wn.rcr business At i.EAVicuwouTa.wtUiJUa.FBe. u v ,
of thin line warranting it ) , wu an- pleased to an Cant. U. rWa.
nounce that tlii Compan > runs 1'utlman | * ' c HAi ctrr.witi ail Sow tot y * >
Slerplny CBTJ loraleeplng purposes , and Pitoft
J1II WKAV PAF ACE CARJf mil Ihrnnur. U
rmr ft'KI < IKX UPFH. l&AAHAH Cl'I'V. ATC'IXIMII I anil j r. a v < rvwA * * *
J-liueli "o IhU ilncT known u the "Omit Jlock Itlua.1 h > a ( . r K _
ai : Ticket icenM tn Hie tlnltrt Htntem lai.l Ciinudu.
Far Infi , rmulloa net abtiiliutble Ml yixir tuima Ucket offlec , Mresa.
" * " - * . _ . . . , . * . . . . Uim'l Tto. vm ymiritt AJC ,
riir.h ; * *
G , FEATHERS
And Everything pertaining to tlie Furnitnre and
r Upholstery Trade.
A COMPLETE ASSORTS ! OF SEW GOODS AT TH
. SJi i. JL
1298 and 1210 Furnham Street.
JIK. A. S. PENDEKY ,
HA3 PEKMANSNTLY LOCATED HIS MED
ICAL OFFICE ,
US Tenth Strest , - OMAHA , NEBRASKA
OOerln ; ; hb perrlces In all departments o
medicine anJ surgery , both In Keneial an
peclal pr 1' ' ' * a al0 and chronic ducasc * . Ca
be corunltPd nlht and day , and will vUltu
pMt of Hsu city nd ronnty oo receipt or latta
HAHBUBC AMERIC H PACKET CQ.'S
Weekly Line 01 Steamships
Leaving Ne-r Vork Every Thuradiy at 2 j . m.
England , France and Germany.
Vor Passage apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
Pan njei ; Aeent ,
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