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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 , 1881
CnlJ forRrtpnljllonu Sin to Con von
Tlio lUptibllc.in cleclnra of the Slnto o
Ncbi.iika are hereby called to fend tli-lo
gates from the so\eial Ootintics , to meet ii
State Convention at Lincoln , on Wednes
day , October fitli , 1881. a neO : o'clock , 11
in.or the imrpo < c \lftdiiK In notmna
tion candiilntcs for On following tianioi
One Judge of the Supreme Cjwrt.
Two UcKcntsof the titato 'Jiiivoralty.
And to trnn nct Mtch other ImMticM as
tnny properly come before the c'imcnttou
The f overnl conntiei are entitled to rep
refutation in tlu3 State conxcntion as fol
lows , baicil upon tlio vote ca t f < ir ( icorse
W. Collins for I're lilcntinl elector , cMng
ona delegate to each ono hundred nnd fift )
150) ) vote * , nnd ono for the fraction ol
eovcnty-fixo ( ! i ) votes or over. Also ono
delegate at largo for each organized coun
It is recommended First. That no
liroxies bo admitted to the convention ex
cept such a * are held by pcrtons residing
in the counties from which the proxies arc
Second. That no delegate shall repre
sent an absent member of his delegation
unless he bo clothed \vith Authority from
the county convention or ii in possession
of proxies from regularly elected delegates
By ordcrof _ the Republican State Ccn-
JAMES W. DAWLS , Chm'n.
F. J. HEXUKKSHOT , Sec'y- pro tern.
Lincoln , Nob. , Aug. 31 , 1881.
Wlmt I Live ForT -
T live for those who lo\o me ,
Whose hearts are kind and true ;
For tha heaven that smiles above ma
And awaits my npirit too ;
For all human tiea that bind me ,
Kor the task by God assigned me ,
For the bright hopes left behind me ,
And the good that I can do.
I live to learn their story ,
Who've suffered for my sake ;
To emulate their ( jlory ,
And follow in their wake ;
B.irds , patriots , maityrs , t-ages ,
The nobles of all ages ,
Whose deeds-crowd history's p.iges ,
And tima's great volume make.
I live to hold communion
With all thatjs divine ;
To feel there is a union
Twixt nature's heart and mine ;
To profit by aflliction ,
Heap truths from lielils of fiction ,
Grow wiser from conviction ,
And fulfill each grand design.
I live to hail that reason ,
By gifted minds foretold ,
When man shall live by reason ,
And not alone by gold ;
When man to man united ,
The whole world shall be lighted -
As Eden was of old.
I live for those who love me ,
' For those who know me true ;
For the heaven that smiles above me ,
And awaits my spit it too ;
For the cause that lacks assistance ,
For the wron/ that needs resistance ,
And the good that I can do.
G. Linmuua Banks ,
MUSIC AND DKAMATIO.
Leipzig is to have a "cycle" of Weber's
operas thu winter.
Liwrence Barrett is iile.vsing the inhabi
tants of Milwaukee.
Brignoli has joined the Kellogg concert
troupe for the coining beason.
Mine. Janaii'.chek will begin her next
season at Cleveland on October 3.
In February Lester WaLJack will give a
series of performances in BoaTon.
Dmily Soldcnp U in London , and says
she will never visit this country again.
During the coming season Miss Fanny
Davenport will essay the role of Lady .Mac
Pauline Markham is playing Louise in
"Tho Two Orphans" in.the Isew England
Mr. Stcclo Maekay'a dramatic version
of "A Fool's Errand will bo produced in
the Arch Street thcatie , Philadelphia , on
the 24th of October.
Rubinstein has added still another a
seventh movement hi "Ocean Sympho
ny , " representing a storm. Ho now re
gards it as finished.
Ilerr Hermann Frank ? , has Fecnrcd the
performing right of Wagner's "Die Aleis-
tersinger" in England and America for
1882 , 1883 , and IBS 1
Madame Patti is to appear in Elsa in
three special performances of "Lohengrin"
during the German opera season at Drury
Lane , London , next spring ,
Madame Albani is engaged for a series
ot operatic performances at Berlin at the
beginning of thin season , after which wo
-will have n concert tour In Germany.
It is sheer nonsetifo to coioparo Miss
Abbott ( with Miss Nclhon , Di Murska ,
Albani or Patti. She pretends to no
place on their plane. Denver Jlepubllcan.
Teresa Liebo , violinist , and her brother
'Theodore Liebe , 'ceolist , will arrive in
America next month and appear at the
Worcester , ( Mai-s. ) festival September 2Gth
Annie LouUo Cary seems to have really
left the stage with the Intention of never
returning to it. She steadfastly refuses to
make an engagement for next season on
Lotta has received the now play written
for-her by Mr. Fred , Marsden and paid to
believe that it is the best which elm lias ,
This is not saying a very great dual , but
overvl > ody will hope that It is true ,
Bcrlio/.V dramatio cantata , "Romeo
and Juliet , " will be performed for the first
time in Boston , in October , under the di
rection of Theodore Thomas , with ( Joorgo
llenschul ni soloist and the Philharmonic
orchestra largely augmented.
A recent police regulation at Berlin en
joins that every theatre in tbls capital
must , by the first of October , bo provided
with an iron cuitain , dividing the Htage
from the auditorium , and to be let down
in case of firo. Smoking , also , is prohi
bited , from the same date , in the i > o-calkd
"Jtauchthcatro" or smoking the.itien.
Besidu the twenty Higgingnn concerts ,
Boston id to have this winter another nor/
series of concert * , given by an oichestra of
fifty performed ) , conducted by Carl Xor-
rahn. Among the nololttn will bo some of
the more advanced pupils of the Xow Kri-
plaud conncrvatory and college of iiuuio.
Tha programme will Include woiks by
Schumann , Lln/t , Wagner , Salnt-Saww , i
Goldmaik. D\orak , Paine , and also tli
most meritorious work * composed by cot
It has now been definitely decided tha
Mr. Booth will make his first appcaranc
in New York , slnco his return from Lon
don , in "Ilichcllcu. " Thii will bo jilnyet
twice , and \ \ ill bo succeeded by ' 'Mac
both" and "Othello. " Mr. Month alternat
ing the parts of the Moor and Ingo wit' '
Mr. Samuel Picicy , vlm ? o contract asr
member of the company was nigncd thl
Among the resolutions pinned by the recent
cent mu icnl congress at Milan , the fol
lowing three are worthy of not lee : fl ]
'that roino of the three-oilingcd dotibl
ba ies In orchestras chonld bo replaced b ;
instrument * with four string * . ( - ' ) . Tha
the wo of the cornut-a-pUtim In jilnco o
the K tint trumpet sliriuld bo forbidden
[ 3) ) . That the French intonation should bo
Kvcn a deacon u ill not say grace whci
lie sitps into a railway eating house. He
l.nows that it would bo asking too mucl
, o be thankful for anjthing lie will get
Some tramps who got hold of one of the
'our hundred thousand copies of "Foot
ror Thinking ChilstnliH , " wcio dlcgustct
in opening the book to iinil no culd meal
A brother arose in a weekly piaver meet-
ng in New Jersey nnd Haiti : "Brethren ,
vlum T consider thu shuitn < Hs of life , I
eel as if I might ho taken away biuldenly ,
ike a thief hulio ni ht. "
Tha dcgiuo of D. D. h w been conferred
in the general b.igg.igQ agunt of the Con-
r.il I'acilic , ThU" dt-greo is every day
confurrvtl on baggage agent * , but two
mall d's are considered Millicient to ox-
iress the idea.
At the Methodist conference in Oawcogo
\ roHolutioii was iwsst'd not to patronize
my fair which had n howe r.it-o oi the pro
gramme. It is all light to exhibit a hog
ir a go KO or : i calf , but when it comet * to a
iorbo the aw fill wickedness Is immediately
A Methodist minister of Washington
trenched last Sunday on "Prayer Ag.dnst
Vhisky , " and m.untiiined that the treat-
nent and actions of the president's physi-
ians weio intjiired by divine providence ,
'his is nn ciuiorxcmunt of Bliss fiom an
mexpcctcd imarter , and would eeem to
nclndo his prescriptions of rum and
In the year 1820 John Heading wai do-
loscd from the position of organist in St.
lolni's church , Hackroy , Knglond , after
> ein7 admonihhed nnrf berne with for
even years. His offense wasjor playing
pluntaries too long , light , airy and jig-
ing tunes , no wayu proper to raise the dc-
otions hiiitablo for a relMous assembly ,
'ho Philadelphia Standard ( Itouian Cath-
Hi ! ) calls the attention of modern organ-
sts to this.
The revised Kcw Testament Is now reg
ularly used in , the pulpits of at least twen.
ty leading presbyteriau churches in Now
The Norwegian-Danish Lutheran Con
ference , recently in sessionat Kock Island ,
111. , decided to send a missionary to the
The Piscitaqtia Congregational associ
ation , whose first recorded meeting w.is
held 100 years ago , will celubrato its cen
tennial next October.
The United Presbyterian church has
empowered a commission to consummate
a union t ctwcen it and the Associate He-
formed churches in the south.
The French government reported that
up to the end of last year it had sent out
uf the republic 5,708 members of religious
urders , of whom 2,001 were Jesuits.
Mr. Kimball , the "church debt raiser , "
lias thus far labored in behalf of 1GO
: hurches , being instrumental in raising
from church members the respectable Hum
The fortieth annual convention of ihe
Kvaugelical Lutheran Synod of Kast
Pennsylvania will l > o apened on Wednes
day evenim' , September 21 , at St. John's
Lutheran chinch , Lancaster , Pa.
To facilitate the raising of money to
build the new Methodist church at Chat-
lanoogn , canes are cut from the battlu-
llclds of Chickamauga and Mission Hidge.
I'liese canes are sold at $1 each. About
310,000 is needed , ivnd as the cauc crop is
large , the brethren who have thu matter in
iiandfeel encouraged to hupothat they will
joon raise the amount.
The Congregational churches in the Ohio
association have gained iivo hundred mom-
liei-h in the pait 3 car. The association in-
: ludcH hevcntccn churcliPR that arc in
Pennsylvania , West Virginia , and 1C n-
Lucky. Tlio total contributions fur IK nc-
yolout purposes amounted to5Ji3 , . > IS , , iu
increase of 527,101 o\cr the jeai b f."t >
I'herc are U30 churchcH in UK.issucLaiuii
aghln fi\e of.
In Elizabcthgrad , Oennany , ha > 5 been
Formed anewJewith i-ect , consitting tif
foity families , who make the following
statement of their principles : _ " \V'e ac-
Icnowledf'e only the moral obligations of
the Motaic law , and rejict its custoina and
: eremonies. We brush aside fiom the
Bible the thick dust of Talmudic interpre
tation and make the following summary
jf Itn teachings : 'All men should be broth-
ir # ; wo should help our neighbor , and bo
industrious and honest. Wo must pray
briefly , simply and intelligently ; it is our
luty to develop nnd spiritually improve
mrselves ; one should frequently hold con-
rcruution concerning Uod and His
: rcation , both of which are best
ecognized through the natural
icIcnccHj it is wrong to practice usury
yith one's nioney , to deal in fpirituous
iqnors , to. lie , hwcar , treasure up evil
igninst another , speak that which is base ,
ift one'H hand ngainst another , indulge in
iiipcrstitions feelings , play canls , etc.
L'hlstcct calls itself 'The Splritui , ! Bible
fraternity , " and declares : " \Vo interpret
ho Bible bpiritually ; this compels us to
) clie\e that God is not to be worshipped
vit'i priestly vebtinents , or white linen
tuffs about thcjhead , but with fervent and
Imple'prayew , honest speech , good deeds ,
md what is the most Importantof all by
ho enlightenment and ennoblement of our
iwii selvos. "
The Law of Kindness.
H universal ; it affects all the human
amily , all animals , nnd may bo even
aund in patent medicines. Some are
Irastic , and the patient in obliged to tmf-
er pains worxu than the tlinea.se ; but in
aBCH of obstinate constipation , dyspepsia ,
here is no remedy BO kind , so gentle in
tn effects , and yet BO satisfactory as IJuu-
IOCK litooi ) BiTTKiw. Price ? 1.00 , trial
ize 10 cents.
Bnolilin's Arnica Snlvo.
Tlio best salvo in the world for outs ,
muses , Borca , ulcers , salt rhouin ,
cvor sores , totter , clmppoil hands ,
ihillblniuB , corns and all kinds of
.kin . eruptions. This salvo in guar-
iiitecd to give perfect satisfaction in
ivory case or money refunded , Price ,
JOtj per box. For sale by
THU it MoMAirox , Oinalm.
C , F. Manderson ,
- - .
' 2 Ptrnhum Ht. Omaha N
KO. w , IXUMI. A. c ,
DOAME& CAMPBELL ,
S W COIt. 16TII & DOUGLAS 8T8. ,
Jv 21'tf OMAHA.
Dexter L , Thomas ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
A bad brcnlh may result from oddity of the
otoiimcli , or from lilllouviicM. , n ilthor caaon
low dosoi of
Tarrant'sSultaor Aperiout ,
dmlnl tcr l apoordlnR to dlri-ctloim. will nip.
plant thl < uiiploifAiit conipinlon Kith n eurrt
and hmlthfnl ono. It l < n ailino rorrcctlvp , ] MI-
cl.illv tilt.Mii for narm uvatlier , ixnd Icatc thr
* j stem strong to do IUork of recuperation ,
80M > IIY ALL
There exists a moans of so-
iritis n soft nml brilliant
Coiniiloxion , no matter how
poor it may naturally bo.
Hasan's Masnolia Halm is a
delicate ami harmless urti
leivhich instantly removes
Freckles , Tan , Kcdnoss
Roughness , Eruptions , Vul
gar Flushings , etc. , etc. So
flolicato aiul natural are it ?
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggist
for 75 cents.
Vest tor Ijeinc ; tlio moat direct , quickest , nnd
xlcst line connecting the ( 'reat Jlctroioll9 ] , CHI-
AGO , nnd tlio KASTKUV , NOHTII-EASTIIRN , SOUTH
ml SonriI-i\BTitnN : LIMIS , which terminate there ,
Ith KASSAR CITV , LnAVKxwonTii , ATCIIIBON ,
: oiiNci , IlLirrrs anil OMAHA , the COMURHCIAI
: KMBIU ) from uhlch radlato
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
ut penetrates the Continent from the Missouri
U cr to the Pacific Slopo. Tha
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
9 the only line from Chicago o nlng track Into
\nns.v ) , or which , liy Its onu rood , reaches the
lolnts above named. No TRANSFKRA BT CAURIAQX I
< * o mssi.NO COS.VECTIO.VS I No huddllnir In III *
cntllatcd or unclean cars , oa ov crv nwentfcr Ir
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated coicheu
Mn Fast Express Trains.
DAYCAR-S of unrUalcd majrn I licence , ruiiMAS
'ALACK SLKKi'jxo CARS , and onro\Mn\orld-tamou3
lixi.sa CARS , uiionthlch meals ara servcxt of un-
irinsjcd excellence , at the low rate of Ssvuvrr.
'INK CENTS BACU , with ample ttmo for healthful
TlireniKh Gira bctwocn Chlcayo , Peorli , Mil
aukcu and JINsourl Hiver Palntn ; and clo a con
ectlons at all iKjhita o ! Intersection nlth other
Wo ticket ( do not forset this ) directly to over } '
Nebraska , Illacl.
"oiodft , Callfomla ,
. . . . , Colorodo , Arizona
nd New Mexico.
As liberal arrangements rcjjanlmj , ' baorgaso as
ny other line , and rates of fare alnays ast ow as
ompetltors , who furnlbH hut a tltlia of the coin-
rt.Do > f3 end taclilo of ujwrtsinen free.
Tickets , maps and tolilers at all principal
Ilitcs In the United Status and ( inadi.
U. R. OAIil.R , U ST. JOHN ,
Vlco I'ret't & CJcn. Ocn. Tkt and I'ass'r A , ;
lluna cr , Chicniro Cnlcaeo.
Tlio vurtnershlp hcrctoforo oxlstimj bctucan
M. Vf llartlinn and Win. Oiuhurs , . o n 0.1
Mlffourl Valley Holler nnd Klieot Iron Works , Id
] lsol oil by mutual consent. All hills duo tlio
Unnuill buiol'cc-ted ' by Mr. Ilnrtigin and all ae-
. ount.s a i llrm will bo mid by him.
Enamlnatlou of Tonoliors.
I will lie jircEcnt at my olllco In Crclghton
.lock on the llret Saturday of roch month to" x-
Hume sucli npnllcants 09 tiny dculro to tc.uli
in the pnlillo uthoaU in Iou'lim county. Quar
terly exanilnntlon first Snurdny in February ,
Hay , August and . .Noember. .
J. J POINTS ,
County Supt. Public Instruction
Au2t-lBtatid2 | Jsoinw tf
Tar. Jlofci 1'oruiiAii ! TUB lirar
iK If' '
. . . . . QDICKEH
HiMiufActnrcJ In Dto rlzig , 4,0 , 8 , 10 and 1
: UOIIK. It hua no I'Ctrliu' . Ilcnio no nulai
Ices IU worL easily and qulck'y. M'd ' fttstha
atRCBt amini't of lutUr fmmilio milk or
: ruam ; la ni'iuc from 'lie > c t aeli lumber. It
olil at alowi-r price Uian any ntlur fint-lues
hum , .Send Itr dU.rlinlvo circular and price
U to tlio
tlioOVAL CHURN COMPANY.
AGENTS WANTED ro OUU NEW BOOK
BIBLI : FOR THE YOUNG , "
icing Uio Story of the Scriptures , by Kov. Ooorge
Alexander Crook , D. I ) . , In bliuiile nnd attracthc
ungua e for oM and JOHIIK. Vrofusoly Illiistra-
ccl , niaktiiK a moat Interesting and Imre ) l\e
outli Inetnutor. K > cry parent will secure this
tork. 1'riaihcrs , you f-hould circulate It ,
' 3.00. fiend for circular ! with extra terms.
J H. C'lIAMIIKUS & CO. St. Lonla Mo.
AOKNT8 WANTKD KOll
tbo Fastctt follliiR Book of the AK |
rouiiilatioiis of Success.
BUSINESS AND 80UJAL FOKUB.
TliehvvBoftrado , Icu&l forms , how to Irani-
A& nujlnesa , valuahlo tables , aocial etlquotta ,
milUmciitary ueajiii , how to conduct public
lUdlnaiB ; In I4tt It U a complete OulJo to Hue-
cm for all clanets. A family nocuJiy. AdJreti
or clrcnUraand spuclal terms , \NCIIOU 1'Uil-
, IHIIINf ) Ou. l IxnilH. Mo.
Fo Catlnrlno Itcddo , non-resident defendant.
Yon are hereby notified that on the Zd dny of
iii.tumbcr , 18S1 , John llvddo. plalntKT. fllul his
Ktltlon In the District Court , within and tor
HMS\M \ County , Nebraska , Birulint lou a * do-
etiihnt , thu object and prayer of which petition
n , to obtain a dix.no of divorce from thu boiuU
il'matrlmony with you for the following C.IIIHCK ,
o-vtit : Ut , habitual drunkcnniiEii ; 2d , entrema
ruolty , and for general relief.
Vou ore roqulrol to an vtcr bald petition on
bo 2lth day of Octolwr , 1681.
UOANK 4. OAHl'BEI.I , ,
o7w Gt Attoriieyn for I'laliitlff ,
A. G. TROUP ,
A.TTOENEY - AT - LAW
No Changing Cars
OivlnElA & OHIGAOO ,
Where direct coimectloni are no < lo ith Throuch
SLKEl'IXQ OAK LINES lor
NKW VOUK , nOSTON ,
AND ALL EASTKKN ITIW.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Kor INDIANAPOLIS , C1KCINNATI , LOUIS-
h' , nnd all point * In tbo
THU DMT UH *
For ST. LOUIS.
\Yhcro direct connection * are mode m tlio Union
Depot with the Through Slroplnir Car
Lines for ALfj POINTS
NEW llNE" > nDESMOINES
THE FAVORITE ROUTE KOll
The uncounted Indncomontn offrrnl l.y thla line
to ttnu'lrrn and tourists are M follouc
The celebrated PULLMAN (10-whiil ) PALACE
SLEE1MNQ CAltS mil only on thin line 0. , 11.
& Q. PALACE . HAWING UOO.M ( JARS , with
llorton'a Itcclinln ? Chairs. No citn clnro for
coats In Reclining Chalra. The buious C. , II. &
Q. Palace Dining Can. Gorgeous Smoking Cars
titled w Ith elegant hlgh-bacKixl rattan rc\ol\In ( ' .
clmlra , for the oxclrjU o use of first-class passcn
gem.Steel Track and superior equipment combined
with their gjcat through car arrangement , makcn
this , alxno all others , the favorite route to the
East , South and Southeast.
Try It , and 3 on will find traveling a luxury In
dtcad of a discomfort.
Through tickets \Io this celebrated line for sale
at all oflitcs In the United State * and Can\ila.
All Informitlon about ratiM of laie , Sloiplnu
Car accommodation ? , Time Table * , etc. , will be
cheerfully given by applying to
/ > EUCEVAL LOWELL ,
General Passontrcr A vent , Chicago.
T. J. POTTKH ,
Onnorol Manarcr Chicago.
Sioiix Oity J Pacific
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rilE OLD RELIABLE BIOUX CITY ROUTE
A.C9O JIILE3 SHORTER KOUTE
TO ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
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ind all points In Northern I'jivn , JlltinofOU and
Dakota. Tills line ts iqulpped w th the Improi ccl
ft'cstlnghousa Automatic Air-brake vitl ilillcr
Platform Ccruplcj and ItuOcr ; and ( cr
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMPORT
is unsurpassed. Elegant Uranine lloom and
Sleeping Cars , owned and controllc'l by the com
pany , run throuKh WIT"OUT CIIANOE uctwccn
Union Pacinc Transfer ucnot at Council Bluffs ,
md St. Paul.
Trains leaxo Union pacinojTranifor dopota
Council Uluffs at 6:15 p. m. , rcrtcliln ? Hloux City
it 10:20 : . . in. and St. Paul at 11:05 : a. in. maUim
PEN IIOUR8 IN ADVANCE OF ANY.OTUEU
llctumlnp , Icavo St. Paul at 8:30 : ] i. m. , firrtUn ; ;
Sioux City 4i : ! a. m. , and Union Pacific Trans
Idepot , Council lllulls , at 0r : < 0 n. m. Do
: at your tickets road \ la "S. C. 4 P. It. 11.
Y. C. HILLS , Superintendent ,
T. E. nOBINSON , Missouri Valley , U.
Asst. Cor 1'ai.s. Acnt. ;
J. II. O'nilAN , Paw-a-rcr ARcnt.
nonnril Hinds , Iow .
J. B. DETWILER ,
1313 Farnham St. , OMAHA , NEB.
Body DnuracH , 81.25 to 81.75 ; Tapestry Ilrus-
icls , 81:15 to 91.35 ; 3 ply Carjwt , S1.25 to J1.40 ;
lust 2ly Ingrain , 1.00 to 1.15 ; Cheap 2-ply
ngraln , 40c to OSc.
Mattiiiga , Oil Oloth nnd Widow Shades
at Lowest Blarkot Prices
Liargeafc Stock and Lowest Price1 ? .
Samples furnished at ynrd-ra
Scjid for out
No. 30 , for
LeroflSSl. Free to any address. Con
tains full description of all kinds of goods
for personal and family use. Wo deal
Jircctly with the consumer , and sell all
joods in any quantity at wholesale prices.
1'ou can buy better and cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
227 and 229 Wabash Avciiuc.CliicaKo.IlL
H014 ; ) in
RACINE COLLEGE !
A COM.KOK AND 011AMMAU SCHOOL
I HE BEST SCHOOL I BOYS
Vor terms Addrena Dr. Stevens
Jarker , warden of Racine College ,
ilaoino , Wis. jy 22d < tw.lin
Corn Shellcrs ,
Horn Powers ,
Vilnd Mills , Culllvaton
& Corn Stalk Cutters.
Marseilles M'fg. ' Co ,
Uirtsmit , La Calls C5..IU
" ( THAYKD 1'rom Slcrt'n ttahlo. Omaha , one
J hlack main , color kouiowliatlaileil , ulxlit or
ino jcaruold.wcU'hj about cle > cn hiimlrcil , hail
nuaildloainl lirhllu. A reward will ho jialdforjher
eturn or Information kadlny to her rctoiery.
V. K. CATHKV , Kort t'alhoun , Nch 7U32t
r Neariny houuoon Haturday , an
old vhltohoriiu u Ith black \ < \t\ \ \ blind In
he rl lit uo. I * . O. Iloynon. nortli Hide l.uaron.
t. 7thwiJttli. at)10-wJt )
Tlio Greatest Variety
FANCY GOODS ,
FEEUCH MILIUEET ,
Prices so LOW as Defy
Any Honest Competi
9SY GOODS STORE ,
Oil Paruham Street.
CALL AND SEE US.
In tlic nnttcrof the Kstato of Thomas BlarKmorc ,
Nntlco la hereby clvon that tlio creditors nf
talil deceased , will meet tlio ndnilnlstrlx of mid
l &tato , licforo me , County Jud o of Donning
Countv , Neluaakn , at tlio Cotintv Court llonin ,
In salt ! County , on the 1st clnynf Xoveinlicr.lbSl ,
on tlio 1st clay of January , 18S2. nuil oti the Iht
day of Mnrih , ISS'J , ut 10 o'eloui a. in. oacli d ly ,
fur thu puriwso of | > resuitlnj : their claims forox-
aniliiiitiun , adjustment nml allowance , six
nionti B nro nllowuil for creditors to lire.sent thilr
claim , nnil anu jenr ( or thu ailnmiUtmtrix to
scttlusii'il estate , from tlio 1st ihj of Scpti iiilur ,
1S31 , thU iiollco ulll lioiuihllfhi'il In Tnu OMAHA
M'rThM DKK for four uuckHsiirccBsUtly , julor to
the Int ( lay ol No unber. IBS I.
HOWAKD It. SMITH ,
BcHu4t I omitv Judge.
THE NEW SHEEP DIP I
Little's Chemical Fluid.
( I'atonteit In U. S. , July 3,1877. )
MOimiS MTIUl&SON , I'ro ] > rlotoiH& MunTrn.
Non iwlionoiis , Non corrosive. Is a sure cum
and loincdy us lollouu :
Hlllir.l'-Prali. TiikN , LIcc.Hly anil MajrKot .
Oruli In the head. Improvi'menl In quuntlty ami
of tliu uool niuru than ] ftHfor thu Dip.
bKU Mango. Uco , ifirutti , ( Iruwo ,
Cruckod llcrli , Kadd'o ' anil other guild , ( Handera ,
Io , Mini ; .
UATlI.i ; I.lco , Foot ami Mouth disease ,
JHKJS Magiiu and I'leas ; makca the coat
llO'lJR Mango nml ! ! < e. Internally for worms
In all animals ; ulcers and woundd of all klnda.
ruUl.iKV-KIcu : anil Ue' , 1'urlllcd the
llitl.TICUI/IUni ; A | > hK IHUit , Fcalo on
Oni'KO Tict , Hark I.lco , Ituat in Carrota.
I'rlce , per gallon , f I to ; Ten gnlion * and up-
wurJi" . # 1 C5. Html 3 font Htaiiip for U. S. tentl-
uiniilnld to T. W , LAWroitl ) , ( len'l AH
k ( Mention Ihla luiicr.J Ilex 604 , lUltlmorp , Mil
000 head of Native and Short-Horn Graded
Cattle to bo Sold at Public Auction ,
THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 22 , 1001.
I will eel ! at I'uhllo FMo on Fciitombcrpa , JS l ,
it my pluto on 1'latto ItUer , onu inllh west of
r'oroit Clly , harjiy County , Nebraska ,
300 Head 2 Year Old Steers ,
CO Head of Yearling Steer * ,
100 Cowi ,
100 2 Year Old Heifers ,
Alno , a mm hcrof Short-Horn Grade Hull Cultcs.
'Jo4 aniUklfera have been bred to thorough'
bred Short-Horn Dull * . Cattle will Lo told in
bunches to mil luiri. Ealo to coinnicnce
fmirddav , fc'cnteinbcr 'i'i at 12 o'clock n > arp , and
* Hi foiitlnuo until all Hold. TKHMH C'AHII , hut
itlil toimldirapp'k'ntloii ' of tiujir * wanting short
time on ajinrcmil security ,
Q. FOLKEN ,
* nHwlt rorciit City , Haryy C'niuity , Keb
nTHAYKD 1'roin hlcrt'n btalile , Omaha , ono
J ) black ware , color somewhat faded , right or
imoycnra , wHghs about eleven hundrud , hml
in tad ( I lu and brldlu. A rowanl will bo l > ald for
"in " return , or Information luidlng to hur re-
xiycry , W. K. Cothcy , Kort Calhoiin , Nch.
PIONEER LAND AGENCY
P. M. EATTIBUN ,
Cambridge , Neb.
1.000,000 acroa Roxrninont land ojxm to Homo-
> tuld . rro-cinptlons and Tinibir Lhlma. 200
holto Improved cUlinnl or Halo or exihanj'o. 200
if the bi > t duMlod farina In HouthwunUrn Nvbrui-
< a with timber and wutir for oolo. A ( w holie
itAck rttiahen with fouccd tkldi , timber , hay and
attr , for nale. cheap. CorrcupoucUmo BolUltid ,
IIIIlUBTOKK-IIasforBaloall klnil !
OMAHA ' and Domotlo Illrdi , uNo Illr' '
rojiclcry fooaij at 10th fat. , b t. UoujlM aid
S HITW Al
h l'rocti jeyond any rcnsonnMo question Hint tlia
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y"
Is by nil odV Itio bc.H 7on l for you to tftito wLrn Ir.ivcllns In cither ( ilico.tloti betwreiU
Chicago anil all of the Principal Points In the V/osI / , North and Northwest , H
Tlio rrlnolpnl Clllrtof
" "u'k ' ° clos < ) couucctlou3
HE CHICAGO & . HORTM-WESTERH RAILWAY ,
The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
. , .1. .lUmllcr ! ! < 0 nsk for Tlckota vtrt tlili toad , tie sure they read over It , and take none otheri !
HAKJIS Wtomrr , acu'UIaiiaBcr , Chicago. sh.\V. U. SIEmiraeu'iras3. Agcut , CUIcagoJ
HAnilY P. Dtll'.r , , Ticket Aircnt 0. A N. W. Rnllnny , 14th and Fainham streets.
I ) . K. KIM 11 AM , , Anilntant Ticket Airint 0. & N. W. itallwny , Hth'jinil Farnkam strocU'
J. HEM. . Ticket Ascnt 0. & N. W. Hallway , U. P. H. 11. Depot.
SAMiaf. CLAIIK Ooncnl Airent
ADVANCE OF THE SEASON ]
Goods Suitable for the
-JUST 11EOEIVED AT-
And will bo sold at our usual extremely
Blankets and Comforters , Flan
nels and Shirtings , Cotton Flan
nels and Sheetings , Muslin and
Calicoes , Dress Goods , Silks and
Satins , Black Goods and Cash- t ,
meres , Hosiery and Underwear ,
Corsets and Gloves , Ribbons and
Ladies' Neckwear , Cloaks and Dolmans - ,
mans , Table Linens and Napkinsn
Gent's White and Colored Shirts ,
Waterproofsand | Flannel suitings-
Denims and Jeans. '
Our [ Bine Checked Shirting at IB ,2-3c , Sold
Everywhere else at 20c.
You will SAVE MONEY by Buying Your Goods of
303 N. 16th St. , 2nd door N. ofCal. , E. Side ,
Dmaha , Collins
Dheyenne , 9 Colorado ,
Fall and Winter
LATE AND NOBBY STYLES
FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Hats , Caps , TrunksValises. / .
IN TIIELATEST ; STYLES.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices to Suit all t
1322 FARNHAM STREET ,
NEAR FOURTKKNTII ,
Recent Direct Transportation of
FRENCH PERCHERON HORSES ,
5 on Exhibition nt the Nebraska State Pair Stables , 311 to 318 *
COMB AND SEE THEM !
Horses For Bale or to Lot to Responsible Parties. '
Sownrd , Hob , , ( Farm Half Mile West of Towri.1
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