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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 , 1881.
of Events on the Eat
Siiio of the Missouri ,
General and Profound Exhib :
iions of Mourning in
the City ,
Other Events of Interest 'in Tlin
AllATr. THE NUISANCE.
A. morning paper , in spc.ilcing o
the sidewalk embankment in front o
Mr. Short's store , on Main street , remarks
marks : "If in the wisdom of thocit ;
council the regular grade 1ms bcci
placed on a level with the tops of tin
windows of the majority of the house
mul nluccs of business on west Broad
way , that wisdom should be oxerctsoe
in seeing that persona who build ti
the established grade can linvo n tic
cent walk over which to pass , inatcm
of being compullod to climb a mm
pile. " Wo have yet to leixrn why tin
city council allowed that mud hill tiLe
Lo croctcd on Broadway , to the grca
inconvenience of every pedestrian 01
our fltroots. Prolmljlyi however , the ;
.have a good and nulliciout reason.
President Car field expired last evening
( ing at 10:115. : The nation is in den ]
mourning , and I therefore carncstl ;
request that all business bo suspended
.and that the public buildings am
.stores of the city bo closed this fore
, noon , out of respect to the memory o
Uiu Christian statesman and martyrci
.ruler of the republic.
W. H. "VAuaitAJf , Mayor.
Thonbovo was penncdby our mayo :
on receipt of the sad intelligence o
the not unexpected demise of 1'rosi
dent Garliold , and ho ordered the boll
of the city to bo tolled , Whutovc :
faults' Mr. Vaughan mny have , over ;
.citizen must acknowledge that fron
the ttmo President Qarfiold roceivee
the fatal nhot until his death , Mr
Vaughan has evinced the doopcs
sympathy , not only ns n private citi
zen , but as mayor of the city.
TAKES IT HACK.
The Council Bluils Olobo takci
"back in its Monday evening issue
what it aaid on the Saturday evening
previous about the suit to recover tin
iironion's fund , claiming that the Sat
urday evening article crcpl in inad
vertently , and from this on declare !
that it will support the city adminis
tration and allow no one to cast slun
'upon their acts hereafter. So far at
TUB HUE is concerned , wo shall con
tinue to commend all the good out
ity fathers do and condemn every act
.not in the interest of our city ,
OFFKU THEIH SKJlVICES.
TIIK HONOUAIILE "NY. H. VAUOHAN- ,
MAVOH , AND Tin : CITY COUNCIL ;
"Wo do most respectfully tender you ,
"froo of charge , our professional ser
vices to assist your city attorney in
defending the case commenced by 0.
11. Scott ' against your honorable body
for tho' small sum voted by your couu-
-cil to bo expended to entertain the
visiting editors and prominent fire-
.men during the firemen's tournament ,
-as wo believe that you acted wisely.
D. B. Dailoy , ,
0 co. F. Wright ,
, , Frank K. Trimble ,
D. 0. Jlloomor ,
"Win. A. Myiibloi.1 ,
" ( ' Fliclcingor Brou. ,
' ' , John Lindt ,
Goo. Carson ,
Olms. M. 'llarl ,
M. P. Urowur ,
Jacob Sims ,
J-ihn Jay Frainoy ,
, W. F. Sapp ,
The above appeared in n mornin ;
Miaper ycBtorday City Attornoj
IJolmca eaya there ii nothing smal
-about him unless jt may bo bu hit
feet. That lie in perfectly willing t <
undertake the defence of thocaso wit )
. half the above to assist him and thai
JHr. Scott may have the rest.
A JUKTIOE'H VKNTUIU : .
One of the grandest all'aira that cvoi
'took place in Ilardon township oe
urrcd at the rcaidenco of Mrs. E. S ,
I'latnor yesterday forenoon. Olwrlc ;
Plainer , it will bo remembered , wat
nominated by the citizens of Harden
for the high oflico of justice of flu
, pcoco , and fought bravely through the.
campaign , coming put ahead of tlu
ticket by an overwhelming majority ,
After getting there , however , ho Imp
pcnod to rcinomboj an engagement he
bad made with a certain young lad ;
.about this time , and thinking he
would not bo able to occupy both of-
fieco at the eamo time , resigned tlu
uflico of justice of the ponce to whicli
he hid boon elected by an indulgent
.public , and .put his whole heart and
liuuad into matrimonial work. Hi
wooed and won the hand of a younj ,
idy named Smith , not n lady ol
wealth but of true wom'aulj
qualities , just such a bride as tlu
'esquire needed to help him on tlu
Yesterday the esquire led tlu
fair ono to the altar and they won
in the lloah. Several n ;
tthe friouda of both bride and groan
wttueaaed the imposing ccromonicR
At uoon they couio to this city am
took tlie early train for a woddinf
* our. Wo undoratand that the csquin
Aook along one car load of fat. steers
A DUUNKKN UIUPPLK.
A poor cripple named Win. Nasl
waa oa the atroots Tuesday afternoon
.and some one was found mean cnougl
to got him drunk. Ho was couvoyee
tin a helpless condition to police head
quarters , where lie remained ovei
night. In the morning , on uccoun
of hi * condition , Judge 13urko tool
pity on him and discharged him with
out fine or coats on hi .promise ti
leave the city , Ho started away nm
Iiud not gone far when ho fell Into tin
Jiauds of another man who sold liin
.liquor and ho became dead drunk again
M the Baying is , and was pulloi
HI. Judge Burke saya ho wil
t ko pity on hiih aaain but in a dif
ferent manner. Ho will give him i
an&ll hammer and sot him to pound
ing rocka , and if ho ever catches tlu
* Hn who aold the poor cripple the rot'
jilt ho will pound him with the ham
A , Whitney complained at polici
headquarters that ho Imd been as
multcd by one Jack Shields. JacI
irni arrested , taken to the calaboose
tnd Whitney was arrested for bcinj
Jrunk. Jack not being in funds AV.II
'ockoel up , and Whitney put up 87 foi
us own appearance in the morning t <
inswurtho cliimjo preferred ngainsl
liiin , and also , to testify as to the JIB
mult Jack made upon him. The case
ivas called nt 10 o'clock yesterday
morning and Whitney not being or
'mnd ' Jack was discharged.
ANOTlinil I.ANDMAIIK OONII.
The old frame building on Broad-
; ray occupied by Mike Nolan was
ilncod on trucks and ycstordnj
tartcd for n vacant lot near the trans-
'or. The lot upon which it lias steeds
s owned by Burnham & Tulloys , thr
" "carl street real estate dealers. Wo
ndorntand that they will very soon
lornmence the erection of a very fnu
> rick building on the spot. Tlnw out
> y one are all the old rookeries that
lave had their day giving place to
THI : iiLurrs IN IIUIEI * .
Five hundred yards of black cam
ric was used in draping the Ogden
ouso in mourning.
W. W. Doan , who has charge of the
xtensivo farm of Hon. 0. II. Scott ,
t Bcottsvillo , and who nlso acts HP
iostmaster at the same place , called
t THE DEI : oflico yesterday. Mr.
) c.in says that the corn on the Scott
arm and all through . that section ifc
'cry ftno ilideed. The talk of a shor
crop in that part of the state is al
IMra. Davenport , the librarian , haf
opened a morning school in the library
The democracy once had a "Cooper1
with which they mvoro they would
"acoop-her. " So they laid down tin
tin , but the girl she sailed in , sinking
barrel staves , mallet "and "Hooper.
W. 11. Vaughn draped his homo am
the Dexter buggy in black out of ro-
spool to the memory of our deceased
The Grand Army hall ia drancd in
mourning very deojjly. Wo under
stand that the material Used was do
nated to the boj/s / by Col. D. B.
The Council Bluffs Glebe is dressed
n black out of respect to the memory
Wo noticed the following business
louses heavily decked with crape : E.
[ j. SliUL'art & Co. , Olive & Graham ,
B. Burhorn , Pace & Smidth , John
Shickotan , H. P. Nilcs , Lutz & Lange ,
F. W. Spctman , Gronoweg&Schoont-
jcu , , Noble's hotel , J. W. Baird'a
alllcc , and Smith , Carson & Hart's law
Hon. C. R. Scott loft for his farm
it Scottville , but will bo on deck ,
lowovor , when the injunction suit
: omos up.
J. A. Phillips and Miss A. M. Moore ,
if Dunlap , this state , were in thin
; ! ty yesterday , guests at the Ogdou.
Charley Shorradon , one of the
photographers'of ' the city , ia making
reparations to take the photograph
if the first Hordic coach over run on
: mr streets.
Alonzo Furnold , of Cent nil City ,
Colorado , was in town yesterday. Mr.
Turuold is on his way to Cincinnati ,
3hio , to represent the I. O. 0 , F.
edge , of which ho is n member as a
Jolcgato before the grand lodge of the
Drdor which convenes soon in that
city. Ho is a cousin ot Dr. A. II.
Studloy of this city. Whila here ho
drove over the city and expressed him
self much pleased and thinks we arc
indeed the central city of America.
THE BIK reporter had the pleasnn
'yesterday ' of nn introduction to W.
'til. Ofllcor , of Springfield , 111 , , who is
li'i the city on n visit. Mr. Odicort \
h\ very pleasant gentleman , and al-
> choughnot blessed with the wealth
jdml his brother , Hon. Thomas Oiliccr ,
jtho banker is , resembles lam very
( much. If ho is an good a man ho i
all right without the monny. Mr 0111-
opr was well acquainted with Abiaham
[ jincoln and that is honor enough.
The Rescue engine- rooms on North
Main atrcct uro very prettily deco
rated with black crape. They have
suspended over the entrance a bcauti-
ill llau trimmed with the same. The
nitials "J. A. G. " are shown on
jlack cloth , which is conspicuous over
The Council Bluifn insurance com
mny'a ollico is quite heavily draped in
nourmng for our lamented chief.
Mrs. Juno Baldwin is having the
front of the United States express
company building , corner Broadway
uul Pearl street , netvly painted , li-
vill change the looks of the building-
The UnionPucifio tiansfur building
n-as heavily draped in black yebter-
Bloomer school building and nil
ithor institutions of learning are
icavily festooned with crape.
L. F , Murphy , president of the
jchool board , as a reminder to the
jhildron of our sahools of the respect
und esteem a president holds in the
loarts of a free puoplo , ordered all
luildings to bo draped in mourning.
By order of Gov. Gear llov. Mr.
[ logon ordered the state institution
or deaf mutes to bo draped in mourn
ng.Gor.Nanco may have issoud the first
proclamation , but we don't believe
Nebraska can produce a city wheat
mayor draped his house in mourning
out of respect for the deceased presi
The Grand Army boys wore lo the
front to show their grief for the fallen
soldier , Their building was almost
the first to appear in the arb of
mourning. Their largo silk Hag , costing -
ing nearly $500 , has been hanging in
front of their hall since the sad nowu
reached this city. It looks beautiful
yet snd in its beauty. It ia heavily
draped with black lace
The horses that wore supposed to
have boon stolen from Bray & Humi'e
stable belonging to Lacy it Leonard
have returned. They made their cs-
capo from confinement of their own
volition , und when they got hungr }
returned for more oats.
Knights of Pythias hall suspended a
largo portrait of our fallen president ,
lioavily draped in mourning fromthoh
hall front on Pearl street. .
Special Oilicer McMillan arrested u
man , who gave his name us Wilson ,
t'or picking a man's pocket ycstords
< lown at the transfer. IIo was taVt
before Judge Burke and will have h
H. II. Nichols , of Mawlnlllon-i
was in the city yesterday , at the 0\ \
J. W. Scott , of Atlantic , was i
Council Bluils nt the Ogden yesterda ;
There wore nincty-fivo arrivals i
the Ogden hotel Tuesday.
D. II. Solomon , of Glcmvood , w ;
n the city yesterday.
A young man in the employ of "W
A. Mynatur fell from his team yetci
lay injuring his orm quite severely.
Two mnto good-looking female
unused themselves yesterday foronoo
lilting in the oil ado of n largo bo :
litcrplaying with cards. There wn
'no ' money up , or at least there w.i
| none in siqlit , consequently the g.un
Space All Occupied and Man ;
Firms Denied Admittance.
Special Arrangements for ih
Correspondence ot llio loc.
ATMJHA , Ga. , September 17.
great deal has been said about th
biisinesn boom , but there is 0110 her
in Atlanta Hint is as much ahead o
that as that was ahead of the panic o
.1 few years ngo. 11 is the In.tcrnatioun
Cotton Exposition. Your reader
have already been advised of th
rapid growth that has attended thi
enterprise , but no one except thos
whg have been at the headquarter
Mid watched its growth from day ti
Jay can have any adequate idea o
the immense results that have bcei
attained from a very insignificant bo
ginning. For the last two months i
has been customary to apeak of th
Exposition aa a World's Fai
ind it still bears that mini
Dfllcially. It deserves the title "In
tcrnational , " but it has ceased to be i
world's fair and becomes au America )
one with a considerable sprinkling o
foreign parts thrown in. In otho :
words , while Europe and Asia will b
represented in certain specific indus
tries the great bulk of the exhibit
will bo from the United States nn <
territories ; but * those will bo so im
mcnso , diversified and important thane
no visitor will regret the absence o
Egypt , Abbyninio , Madagascar am
Jlher somi-barbarious nations in re
mote corners of the world.
Beginning as an exhibition of < hi
cotton industrj' developing into an ex
position of all oxtilt fabrics , am
finally enlarging its scopi
intil every industry knowi
to civilixcd man waa admitted , i
lias become in the generality of iti
wliibitu , although not in the resi
Joncca of the exhibitors , a world'i
Pair , and consequently no one wlu
icca it will criticise its managers bo
iausu they have adopted the iiami
; hat the press of the country hai
united in ascribing to it.
Last Saturday night the exccutivi
lopartmont shut down and refused ti
receive additional applications froti
, ho would-bo exhibitors. The do
; mrtment of allotment hud reducec
: ho space asked for by those who hat
ilroady applied to the least possible
irea consistent with a suitable oxhibn
if their goods. But after all thi'
iad been done it was found as the
cault of a caicful computalioi
> y a man of great experience in sucl
natters that at least , two acres more
luorsaco | would bo needed to meet
.he wants of those to whom permit !
uvd been already granted. Tliia bciiif
.lio case , it Avaa time to shut the dooi
ind to insist that all eleventh houi
ipjlicantu should lemaiu outside ,
strangely enough , but peculiarly
\morican for all that the people wlu
aid applied at the eleventh houi
ivero not satisfied. They waited unti
hey found tlmt the exposition hac
ill it could atend ! to , and when satis
led of that fact , and assured that i
van to bo a great success , they insistet
ipou admission and persisted in then
implications after being assured by thi
liroctor general that it was apparontlj
isclcss The exposition has vcritiei
> nce more the old adage that , nothing
iiiccocds like success. "
There are suvenil tilings in conncc
; ion i\ith the entries made that sur
) rises a person familiar with the his
; ory of former great Expositions. Om
if these ia that the manufacturer. ! o
his country have almost universal ! ]
vritton apologies to the department o
tllotmont because they wore so drivoi
> y business that they were not able ti
lecorato their goods , but were obligee
o content themselves with the actua
irticlos prepared for sale. This scenii
matter of universal regret on the
mrt of the manufacturers , but to mj
nind it ia one of the most hopofu
hings connected with the Exposition ,
'or what the southern people need ca
icciully is to sco displays of the besl
products of American skill und in
; emiity .that have boon built foi
practical business , and the absence o !
jold niul silver plating instead oi
narring will add to the valueof tlu
One dining hall lias been ii
lucccssful operation during tlu
past summer , and another wil
bo established in its immediate
neighborhood by one of the moat sue
: cssful caturera of the Now England
States. The first ia intended to bet
irot-claaa establishment in all respect )
ivith a cuisine second to none in an )
part of the United Statea , and will be
for the entertainment of families ,
This is situated on a beautiful wooded
slope with good drainage in orery di
rcction. It will bo enclosed with u
itrong board fence with an ornament-
d frontage facing Oglethorpo Park ,
All the streets between the tents wil
Imvo plank sidewalks. Tlu
dining hall nnd cook house
will bo frame buildings , but the
lodging places of the guests will be
tents made of the best canvas thai
jan bo procured in the market. Priici
nt this hotel will bo very reasonable1
uid any of your readers who desire tc
secure accommodations there car
inuko their arrangements tor an ]
length of time by addressing the proprietor
priotor , Mr , L. V. Jonness , Kncamp
mont Hotel , Atlan ( , Ga. The othi
camp will consist of quite a number <
very largo tents , each ono proporl
lloored and provided with cot bedi
These tents encircle a largo one , whic
will bo used as a dining hall. This
intended for the entertainment e
men only , and the proprietor , M :
Geo. A. Chalice , will b crcady.
Arrangements liavo boon complete
within a few days that will add grea
ly to the comfort of the crowds c
. 'isitors expecled besides relieving ; Ai
anta from the fear that she will I
unnblo to provide for her throngs e
If you wish to avoiel great dangc
ind trouble , besides n no small bil
) f expense , at this acoson of the yeai
you should take prompt steps to kcc
lisoaso from your houaehold. Th
ijstom should bo cleansed , blooi
lurificd , etonmcli and bowels rc'iila
, ed , nnd prevent and euro disease
( rising from spring malaria. Wokno\
) f nothing I hut will HO porfectiy nm
uroly do this as Electric Bitters , am
.t the trifling cost of fifty cents n bet
tie. [ Exchange ) .
Sold by Ish & MoMnhoM. (1) ( )
FREE OF COST.
Dn. KIXO'H Nr.w Discovinir fo
j Consumption , Cuugli * mid Cold
Atithnm , Dionchilis , etc. , is givei
iwayin tiial boftlcs free of cost t <
| the nfllictcd. If you have n bai
jficoiigh , cold , dilllculty of brciiUung
fllio.xrsunc n or any nlfectiou of tin
Ijtluout or lungs 1 > 3- 11 incaiiB give thi
fiwomlcrful remedy a trial. AH yoi
ijvnluo your existence you canno
fjadbrel to let this opportunity pass
4Wo could not nllbrel , and \voulet nol
fcivo this remedy away unleai we
jJKiipw it would nccomplish what we
Rclaim for it. Thoimnela of hopeles ;
Scascs haveJ already been completely
cured by it. There ia no medicine ii
the world that will euro ono half the
cases that Du. KING'S "NEW Disco VKin
will cure. For sale by
C ) ISH & McMAHON , Omaha.
The leading Scientists of to-day ajrco thai
matt ( Ilnoasoi itro caused by dlsordcrcil kidney !
or liter. If , therefore , the kidney * anil liter an
kept In perfect order , perfect health wlllbotlx
rcHiilt. ThU truth has only locn Vnown a short
time and for yean people suffered great agon )
u ithont bclii able to find relief. The cllscoi er\
of Warner's bate Kldni-y and Lh cr Cure marks t
anoA- era Ii the treatment of these troubles
Made from a simple tropical lent of rare \alue , It
contains Just the elements necessary to nourlst
and Invigorate both of those Kreat organs , ant
vilely restore and keen them In order. It is :
Positive Remedy for all the diseases that cau" (
pains In the lower ] . . - > rt of the body for TorpU
Ltier Headaches Jaundlco Dizziness Gra\e
l'ccr Ague Mcr and Urinary Organs.
/t Is an cxco'lctit and safe rcmcily for female !
rlnt ; 1'rrxnanc.v. H will control Mcnstruatioi
mil Is In 'aluaklo for Lcuconhaa or Falling o :
As a I Hood Purifier It Is uncqualcd , for It cure1
the organs that make the blood.
This remedy , which has done such wonder , Ii
p-it up In the LAKGIST 1S5KI > BOTl'JjK of anj
incdltino 111)011 the ni.iiKct. and Is sold by Drui-
iUtsandall dealers at 91.26 per bottle. I'o :
Uhliotea , ciifiulrt for WARNHn'S SAI'K DIA
UETESaUIlk. Itlsal'Obl 1VK Ilcmod/ .
H. H. WARNER & CO. , Rochester , N. Y.
Roar for Moorefc )
S * CJ
I have adopted tha Lion as a Trade Matk , am
,11 , my peed * nil ) bo STAMPED with the L10I
\ml niyNAMK on the tamo. NO GOODS AKI
3UNUINE WITHOUT Till ? ABOVE STAMPS
rho best material Is uicd and the icojt iklllcc
workmen are cmplojcd , and at the luwust caul
prlro. Anyone ulnhlng a price-list of good wil
* > Dfcr a faior by lending for one.
DAVID SMITH MOORE.
United States Depository ,
Cor. 13th and Farnam Sto.
1LDEST DANK1NQ lOTAIJUSHMENT l >
BUOOEQSOR3 TO KOUNTZE BROTHEnS.
Orjinlitd M a National Bank August 0,1E63.
JAPITAL AND PROFITS OVER 300OOC
ornciu AXD CIXECTOU :
IiiiiiN Kou.snt , President.
AuouHiits Koi'Mnn , Vice Preellcnt.
H. W. YATEB , Oishter.
A. J. PorrucTON , Attorney.
m' youN A. CauouTON ,
F. H. DAVM , Asat. Cothlcr ,
Hit bank rccchcj tlcpoalta without regard U
luues tlmo certificates bexirlne Interest.
Drovis drafts on San Kranclico and principal
- Ulo3o | Uio United Slates , aUo London. Dublin
Kdliiburch and the prlnclxU | titles of thocontl
ncut of iuro | > e.
Soil * | * uucn cr tlcketi for cmlgtauta by the In
man line. uiavliltf
GRAND OPENING !
I'rofcftdor t'Uher , ( from bt. Louli ) Danclnir Ac
ademy. BtamUrd Hall , cor. Fifteenth and rani'
ikin , Tiieiday < i\filing , Btptcmber Clh.
Clu e for Lartloand Uintlcmciicommencing
Fueiday t\enlng September Olh ; clauciMfoi
MUsea and Ma tir , i-oumicni-liij ; Sitnrdiy after
noon at 4 o'clock. CUuctfor Famlllci , will be
nrranijeil to unit Uio honorable patroni. Also
ballet danclni ; can bo taught. .
Terms UUrul , and perfect * utl factlon to schol
n guaranteed. I'rhutelniitruitlonsull joi.'lr
cnatthu Damln ; Academy or at the t ildcnct
at tha patron * .
Prhato orders may be kit atMas &le > er&
llro't. Hf30 U
1319 Farnham Street.
Having decided in future to adhere strictly to the
manufacture of Men's Gloves , the well known house
of Fisk , Clark and Flagg have closed to us their
entire stock of ' '
claimed by all who. know them to be superior in
some respects to the
We offer this morning' I860 Pairs Best Quality 3-
Button Kids at 75c , 700 Pairs Best Quality 4-But-
ton Kids at $1.00 , 150 Pairs Best Quality 6-Button
Kids at $1.25.
The Retail Prices for these goods East are 3-
Button , $2.00 ; 4-Button , $2.25 ; 6-Button , $2,50.
IRIZBBOZCsTS ! IRXIBIBOlsrS I
The sale of Ribbons inaugurated by us in summer met with such
success that we have secured BETTER BARGAINS for Fall , and open
: o-day. 500.Pieces . Gros Grain Ribbon , all widths , 5c. a yard ; 350O
D5eces Satin and Gros Grain from No. 7 to No. 40 at 10c. ; 75 Pieces
Sash Ribbons at 25c , a yard.
NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS ! NOVELTIES IN TRIMMINGS !
In .fact our whole fall stock is now being opened , and we invite attention
10 the largest , cheapest and best stock we have ever shown ,
s. IP. iMicmsiE ] &c oo. ,
1319 Farnham Street.
No Changing Cars
IVlicro direct connections are made with Through
SLKEFIKO CAB LINE ! } for
SEW YORK , BOSTON ,
AND ALL EASTKHN ITIE3.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Eor INDIANAPOLIS , CINCINNATI , LOUIS
V1LLK , and all points In the
TUB BUT I4SCS
For ST. LOUIS ,
Where direct connections nro made in the Unloi
Depot with the Through Sleeping Car
Lines tor ALL POINTS
NEW LINE- ' DES MOINES
THE FAVOIUTE KOUTE FOB
The unoq\aled Inducements oOcreil by this lln
Ca tratclrre and tourlnts are as follows :
The celebrated PULLMAN ( ID-wheel ) FALACI
SLEEPING UAUS run only on this line t' . , B
k Q. PALACK JKAWINQ BOOM CABS , will
llorton's Reclining Chairs. No extra charge foi
icata In llecllnlng Chain. Tlie famous C. , Ii. t
0.1'ahco Dining Cars. Gorgeous Smoking Can
ftt d with elegant high-kicked rattan re\olilnp
ih&lrt , for the oxcltuh e uw ) of firet-claas poesen
Steel Track and superior equipment combined
with their gictA through car arrangement , maker
this. abo\e all others , the fa\orite route tottic
East , South and Southeast.
Try It , and jou will find traveling a luxury In
Head of a dlncomfort.
Through tickets via this cclcbratod line for oali
it all otUces In tlie United Stotw and Cian&uX
AU Information about rates of fare , Sleeping
Car accommodations , Time Tables , etc. , will bi
cheerfully gh en by applj Inj to
PEBCEVAL LOWELL ,
General Poauiuer Accent , Chicago.
T. J. POTTEB ,
1 Oneril Manager Chlcazo.
Men of ability , to represent
OlIAlir.r.US' Dktloniry of Unl
creal KnonlctlKV. CotupUtu Cjclopjudta of
ii cry Day Wwits.
ThU l the Mott U cful and Comi > act Lltorarj
\chlo unu-iit of thu AJ.IIt has no coroiwtltors
Wouantcointxtent BolUltora. No ] > cdillfr
iced apply Circulars , clunit full ilesrlptlon ,
dint on application. J. ! l. CHAlIIIfllS.
St. I < ouli , Mo. . Chicsgo , 111. , Atlanta , 0
Business College ,
THE GREAT WESTERN
QEO. R. RATHBUN , Principal.
Oreighton Block ,
OMAHA , NEBRASKA
tsTStnd lor Clrcut r. uov.SOJAwtl
ORCHARD & BEAN , J.B. FRENCH & CO. ,
C A R P ETSI GROCERS1 !
Max MEYER & CO. ,
WV JG * * * * - * * * * - * ' * ' * * ' *
Tobacco from 25c. per pound upwards ,
Pipes from 25c. per dozen upwards.
Cigars from $16.00 per 1,000 upwards. ,
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MINING MACHINERY , DELTINO , HOSfi , BRASS AND IIION FITTINGS . , PIPE , BTZ
J'ACKIN.O | AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLI
A , L , STRANG , 206 Farnam St. , Omaha.