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THE OMATJA DAILY BEE : WEDNFSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 , 1881.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Record of Events on the Eas
Side of the Missouri ,
Spaulding's Arm Amputatod-
Qreonbaok Speech by
Explosion Note * nnd Otlior Brio
Jolin X. Daldwin , of this city , oiv
ot the rising young orators of westcn
Town , in presenting tlio resolution )
adopted by our board of trade in tin
public square touched , by his word
of Hynipnlhy for the stricken familj
who mourn the loss of BO noble n head
the honrt.1 of hia hearers. Strong mot
in thu iiudionco wore observed to BICC
tears. In the course of his rctnarki
Mr. Ihldtvin said : "Tliis cnn bo nc
ordinary occasion. All thcso mani-
fcslatioiiR of sorrow and grief do not
occur Localise of the passing ntvay ol
nn ordinary mortal man.
NKVKll IN 1IUM4N ItlHTOHY
has there been BO universal , no i > ro
found nn cxprcpsion of the nation1 !
bereavement. No such sorrow , griol
or services , when the self same people -
plo wore called together by tlio hcadt
of government to pay the last oatl
tribute to thousands who had died
fighting for their country's CIUIRO. It
sooiimasif it was more for thoni k
bear than tlio untoward or adverse ro'
suit of n battle wherein for-5 time
wore the issues of the life or lrath ol
the nation. Tlioro in something ntnrl-
ling and staggering in thcso thoughts ;
when wo ponder tipon nil Hint has
transpired within the past foiv dnya ,
and know that to-day lifty millions of
a great and intelligent pcoplo are so
IJOWKIt DOWN WITH IIU1EF
and sorrow , wo nro forced to exclaim ,
oh , how great mid good must have
been the man whoso death should bo
so deeply mourned ! " Mr. Ikldwin
paid a glowing tribute to the charac
ter of our deceased president , while
in this life. In spoaking'of his forti
tude ho said : "When that accursed
bullet wont crushing through his body ,
nnd all who stood over him expected
death from the shock , ho calmly dic
tates n message of love and tenderness
to his absent wife. Then , again , after
lying nine long hours with that bullet
KKSTEHINO IN HIM FLKSH ,
his poor , uncontrolablo body writhing
ia ( lain , by virtue of his force , pluck
nnd nerve , ho meets hia
frail nnd fainting wife with n
nmilo , saying , 'Oh , cheer up ; cheer
up , sweetheart , I'll pull through,1
and when all grows dark and it seems
as if ho was about entering the valley
of the shadow of death , wnen his sur
geons crowd close to his nido , his wife
and dearest friends , sobbing nnd cry
ing , bond low o'er his prostrate form ,
nnd ho is told that death is nfc hand ,
with iv firm nnd abiding Christian
faith ho responds , 'God's will bo
done. ' " In spcaKing of his Christian
character , ho Haid : "President Oar-
'field believed nnd taught that tlicro
could bo no
NATIONAL ( IIinATNKSa
without true morality. That wo should
rise to n nobler conception of our des
tiny and fool that our work ns n na
tion is to carry freedom nnd religion
and : i noblu power of human nature
over this continent. Ho believed that
n nation's destiny lies in its character
nnd the principles which govern itn
policy , nnd that a nation renouncing
or deifying this can not bo freu or
grent. " In conclusion the speaker
said : ' 'The nation arosent every ntiigu
of liui coming.
CITU'.H AND HTATKH
were his pail bearers. That poor
bruised body is now being lowered in
to its luHt resting place. The great
. heart of the nation could not keep the
old eoldierulivo. Kutbleeding itjbcndn
o'er his grave nnd listens for tlmt ran-
sowed throng to chant as .in ono
gloiious , glad nnthem. Lift high thu
Urdus ! Lift high the gates for BO
worthy is ho that outers.
HIH AUSI AUl'UTATKn ,
Early yesterday morning TJIK HEP.
reporter called nt thu humu of Joeuph
Spaulding , the young miiii who was
accidentally wounded while engaged
in tiring thu ealuto. Mr. Spaulding is
n young man about 35 years of nge.
Early in the beginning of the war ho
entered the army , enlisting in Co. I.
37th Indiana. Wo found him lying
on the bed suffering uuvoro pain , the
limb not having , up to that time , been
amputated. Ills tight arm is shut-
toii'd the entire length , nnd should
have boon Amputated immediately.
This morning it looked ns if mortifi
cation had sot in. Doctors Pusey , Ly-
man und Green hnvo the case in hiuid.
Wo understand they entertained some
hopes tlmt the nrmcould bo preserved ,
but yesterday morning thuy aban
doned the idea anilamputated [ the limb.
Mr. Spaulding thinks no blnma should
attnch to the thumbor. Ho beliuves
tlmt there is n defect on the inside of
the cannon , that holds a largo quan
tity of fire , Bomotimo after u dis
charge. It would scorn that his views
are correct , this beinu the second
victim of a premature discharge from
' this name cannon.
Two men who wcro ridinir up in
"Grand View" pnik report that just
before the explosion took place they
saw a man standing on top of the car
trying to put out the fire , and give it
an thuir opinion that ho was blown to
A stone weighing COO pounds wai
blown ono milu and landed in ono of
The explosion yeulerday caused
considerable damage to the pump
- manufactory ot J. A. J. Churchill ,
Tlio glass is reported to lm-o boon
blown out of the entire front of the
Fifteen panes of stained glass wcro
Wown out of the Congregational
church on Center street.
A woman by the name of Nancy
Stall , living two milcH from the scone
of the explosion , was knocked down
and made eonecloas. She ia now in
bed suirbring from the shock nho rt
G. W. Clink , engineer of cngin
No. 221 , was knocked out of the oil
nnd the headlight of his engine wn
demolished. The train to winch th
engine wns attached was nt n static :
four miles nway.
Quito /x serious accident occurrci
yesterday afternoon in this city , opposite
posito the Ogdcn house A wornni
from Boomer township wat sitting in :
rig while her husband wni makiiij
some purchases in J , li. I'oroinan'a
A man by the name of Stephen Dunn
who had , it is supposed , imbibed toi
freely , ran the team ho wns drivin ;
into the rig , turning the B.imo com
pletely over. The woinaii was mon
or less injured nnd the rig consider
Ono of the most cloriuont tribute :
paid to our departed chief magistral !
wns paid yesterday by Kov. 'Fnthoi
McMcnomy. It would acorn thn
Gnrfiold wns rcspcctrd by the Catlio
lie i > coplo throughout the union mon
than any other president has ovei
been. Father McMcnomy became
eloquent when nlhuling to the lifo o
povoity from which Gnrfiold sprung
ind this fact alone in his lifo scorns tc
bo honored nbovc nil others by tin
Some few days ngo a few Israelite !
of this. city got together nnd con <
eluded that tlioy would issua n c.ili
k > all who wcro of the ennio Jaith k
ncot nnd cflcct nn organization.
About thirty of the fifty who reside
lore responded , nnd a permanent or
ganization wns perfected with the
following ofllcere : President , Henry
Eisoman ; vice president , L. II.
Mossier ; cashier , Simon Eiscman.
It was voted to hold their first divine
services on last Saturday evening. A
'und of sixty elullara was raised to de-
'rny expenses nnd a committee np-
win ted to procure n place of worship.
Die committee secured the hall on
L'earl street , known as the Knights of
L'ythiai hall , and appointed Mr.
Elrranan , a dry goods dealer on
LJroadway , assisted by Mr. Mooslor , to
officiate. The first meeting was n sue-
: css. On the Sabbath following they
lold moniorinl services. Mr. Hcrz-
imn delivered quito an interesting
discourso. He took the life of James
Abram Gartield and compared it with
Abraham , the pntiiarch of old , the
niddlo name suggesting the theme , In
lis native laiiguflge. Mr. Ilorzman is
juito an interesting speaker.
Some time ago quite n company of
raveling men mot in the city of Clovc-
nnd und a motion was made that they
epaired in n body to the residence of
Jnmes A. Garfiold. They did so.
The late president received thorn very
cordially and from the stops addressed
hem brieily. In the course of his re-
narks he said that the traveling fra-
crnity of America had grown to
luch gigantic proportions thnt they
ind become ono of the most potent
'actors ' in the machinery of the com-
ncrco of the country. The boys who
voro stopping nt the Ogdenhoro Mon-
lay , romombcrint ; his words on that
iccnsion , determined in a public way
o show their respect for the man
wiiitojliving and their mourning forthe
) rcsieient dead. They provided them-
iclves with badges of sorrow and noli-
icd the marshal If permitted they would
narcli in procession. The marshal
mmcdintcly assigned them n position
and placed them in charge of Assist-
ink Marshal A. D. Fisher of insurance
amo , Mr. Fisher repaired at once to
lie Ogden hotel nnd formed thorn into
inc. They looked finely and renlly
uarchod liuo old soldiers. Wo give
lioir names with great pleasure , us
bllows : D. W. Andrews , Boston ,
Aliss.Gco. M. Fish , Joliet , 111. ; A.
ej. B.uiks , Chicago : .7. 11. Patty , Chicago
cage ; W. U. Wood , Ft. Wayne ; Thos.
1. lirayton , Chicago ; II. C. Phelps ,
2cdar llapids , Town ; D. L. AlcDaniol ,
Jhica o ; L. II. Butcher , Ohicnyo ; A.
N. Bliss , Chicago ; .T. 1 < \ Hamilton ,
U. Blullfl ; T. J. Timmons , Moline ,
'own ; Arnold Banter , iNow York ; II.
? . McGregor , Ceelar' llaids ] ; ,1. A.
toisu , Boston ; Ira L. Curtis , Bos
on ; ( i. L , Buchanan , Cincinnati ;
) . T. Francis , Moline , 111. ; 0. H.
tfilverstod , Ghica-'o ; II. C. Cook ,
Council Blulls ; 0. A. Webster , Bos
on ; A. B. Taylor , Chicago ; Bob
? ortor , Keokuk ; G. Coolcy , Straw-
) orry Point ; J. G. W. Sylvester.
iow York ; Hairy Sellers , Boston ;
W A. Mcurcn , city ; D. li. Poe , Do-
roit ; J. Chambers , Chicago : W. A.
Tnekeon , 1'hiladelphia ; W. M. Shepard -
ard , city ; Ed lle > wu , Chicago , A.
Ovcrfclder , city ; Ralph Wolfe , Chi-
ago ; Cluy Platnor , cily ; F. Ij. Dem-
ng , Now Yoik ; F. H. Haddun , Now
York ; W. W. lloid , Indiana.
James 11. Weaver apoko yesterday
n the opera housu toulaigo audience ,
omposed mostly > f fanners. Wo can
ay with truth that whether thoio ia
nythiug in the position hu takes on
ho cimoncy question eir not , ho ia u
cry interesting speaker. 11 any man
nu ( jot nnything out for the patty to
ccupcrato upon ho can , Ho is
ory pleasing in his manner. His
pocch is delivered in apparent sin-
ority. JIo stated that if thu CO.OOO
omnortxts would cuuvl on the shelf
nd remain there the 20,000 greon-
jackow could overcome the 85,000 ro-
) ublicnn majority in Iowa , and some
iresont really believed it : Ho hand
ed the national banks without stint ,
hewing the way they originated nnd
old how thcso. men sold their
> roperty nnd shouldered their share of
axittion on to the rest of the people
nd wont elF to Washington , pur-
ihasod n bond nnd otartod a bank ,
lu didn t toll them that the national
miking was free and open to 'all , nnd
hat n farmer , a hog driver , n lawyer ,
i doctor nnd n school teacher in this
ity , or nnywhuro else , could go nnd
lo likewise if they thought
hey could make more monuy.
IU speech was roliovcd considerably
vilh quito pointed anecdotes. On the
vholo it was the best greenback ar-
tumont ( list mosi of the audience over
iatuned to , we undorstnnd that Woa-
'cr 'volunteers his eorvices , but nro
Tin : iiLurrn IN IIUIEP ,
W , P. Hepburn was nt the Ogdcn
'ostordny. ' Came over , wo presume' ,
o hoar Weaver.
Bon. Clayton , the fanner states-
nut , from Macedonia , was in the city
ostorday. Ho took in Weaver.
Judge Love , of the U , S. supreme
court , is in the city. Ho will ope
court hero to-day ,
Jl. B , Wil lams , Glonwood , nn
ludgo Loofbourow were nt the Ogde
The following representatives of tli
Hock Island railroad are at the Ogdct
A. U. Swift , H. F. Itoiw , H. Cave
J , F. Phelps , W , Hudson.
A. B. Taylor loft for Chicago yes
tcrdny. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Indies , you cannot mnko fair skir
rosy checks nnd sparkling eyes wit
nil the cosmetics of France , or boauti
licrs of the world , while in pou
health , and nothing will give yo
such good h'oatth , strength , buoynn
spirits and beauty ns Hop Bitteis. j
trial is certain proof. Tolegriph.octl
INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWES3
What rorcns They Can Mn tor i ]
The northwestern portion of the re
public of Mexico , the vast nnd a
present inacccsftiblo hive from whonc
warm thcso pests of the plains nni
mountains. In the ravines nni
liiddcn valleys of the Sion ;
Mndro , nnd in the innumcrabl
caves that honoy-comb the sides o
the giant mountains , the hill Apaches
Lho moat cruel nnd brutal of all tin
American nborigincs , mnko thoi :
liomcs. In the valleys tlmt lie nmon ;
the foot-hills , which on either pidi
lank the Sierra Madrc rnuuo , tin
M'jsculero Indians , from the Hit
[ ' 'uerte , on thu southern limit , to the
toundnry line between Snnora nni
AnV.ona , range free und unrestrained ,
ho masters ot n vast region of coun-
ry.Tho Commanchcs , who belong tc
ho same fann'ly as that tribe whicli
vaa once so powerful in Texas , have
ovoral villages near the northern
rontier of Sonora , nnd often join the
Vlcscalcros , the hill Apaches and their
irothors of the plains on their san
guinary nnd destructive raids against
ho villages and haciendas of northern
Jewcico. With the exception of these
ilics , towns and villages sufficiently
jopulous to keep ordinary bands of
lavagcs ab n distance , almost the en-
Jru states of Cliiliunhtta , Durangonnd
joahuila nro subject to thcao
onstnntly recurring raids. Until
vitliin the last five yoara
heso incursions were peri
odical , nnd took plnco ntuiu
ally. Li Sonora the hill Aiaclics ] al
ways raided into the plains whoirtho
far vest s wcroripo. They forced their
unwilling captives to cut the corn nnd
arry it to their strongholds in the
uountaimt , nnd then butchered them
n cold blood , reserving only the
oungor women , the girls and boys
indor twelve yoara of ago. The mis-
ruble female prisoners became
Irudgos of theirbrutnl captors and the
not hern of future Apache warriors ;
vhilo the boys wcro at once incorpor-
ted among the Indian youth , and in
ime became the bravest nnd most
erocious of the tribe.
The Mcscaleros , in 18G3 , could
> ring 2,500 warriors in the Held ; the
} omanchcs , when united , could col-
ectabout 1,500 , while the hill Apaches
f Chiliuahun.nud Lenora could gather
O ( othorat least 4,000 warriors nt any
mint desired. The plain Apaches , a
kindred tribe , when concentrated
lumbered about GOO fighting men.
The Moscnleroa nnd Coinanchcs are
omnrknbly'bravo nnd gallant. They
vill fight the Mexicans when the lut-
er outnumber them three to one , nero
o thoy. regard the American soldiers
as bettor than their Mexican comrades.
For many years they have hold un
disputed Bway over the region they
livim as their own , nor is there ncaso
m record of their having been de-
oated by an cemal number of Mexi
The plain Apaces are nlso brave ,
nit deal n'oro in wiles and stratagem
lian in open warfare ; .yot they arc
bos by no means to bo despised when
ightiiigin their own territories.
The hill Apaches are the most ter
rible of nil the savages along the fron-
ier. They nro wily nnd ustute , nnd
icver fight in the open field. Should
t pany of well armed white men , not
inmbeiing more than thirty , pass
hrouuht the heart of their country ,
hey will not attack them if they be-
ioved they were liable of
eising of their own force n
lumber equal to their enemies. It is
uttoily impossible to surprise them in
heir villages and caves , for they pos-
ess a vast number of half-stfirycd cur
pas w he > roam nightly far from the
illages , and on the approach etf strati-
; ers uwako their mnsturaby their loud
mi : UULY UTIH. :
Col. Moore and n part of the Sixth
nfniitrv hnvo arrived from thq c : > mp
on White liver , in Colorado , ami loft
n special train for Salt Lake Cily.
'hoy report that the White llivor
Jles have all returned fromthongoncy
t the junction of the White nnd
.ircon rivers , Utah , where they
v.-ro paid by the Ute comiuisiiion ,
o their old haunts on the
Vhilo river , near the military camp.
'ho Indians say that they will on no
ondition whatever stay on the now
csorvation. They are all supplied
ith arms nnd ammunition , and if
in1 forcible attempt to compel theme
o remain on the now reservation is
lade it will lead to n largo Indian
utbreak , in the .opinion uf military
uthoritios. This tribe of Indians
lerpetratoel the Meeker and Thorn-
mrg massacre that occurred two years
go. A carrier who arrived to-elay
om the military camp on the White
vor reports that present indications
> ortond an outbreak and massacre.
'ho ' settlers along the river on the In-
inn reservation' have boon driven
way by Indians and have tied to the
iiilitiuy camp for protection , report-
ng their wagons and ranches burned
nd signal fires on all the mountains.
Escaped From tlio Toils ,
Tohn Bacon , Lajwte.'Ind. , wrltos :
Hurrah fur Hprlug lilauom ; it is all you
commend it to bo. liy dyspepsia 1ms
I vanUhed. Why don't you ailvertlso itj
Vhat lOlowaucD will you make If I take
dozuii buttlcu , HO ttiat I could olilljjo my
rlend oocaslonallyj 1'rloa CO centa : trial
ottlca 10 cents. SScoellw
Dr , Amelia Burroughs
AT THE WITHHBLL HOUSE ,
Tuesdays and Fridays ,
1O n. m , to 5 p. m.
The leading Oclcntlits of to-day nyreo thivl
most illscnc * are earned \ > y illwrdcrtil Milncjs
or liver. If , therefore , the kldnc > < nnd llur arc
kept In perfect enl r , i > cit t lunltli ullP'Otlic
result. 'UiMnittilmiMity licotiVnown n fliort
llmu ami for } cnri people suffered crcnt anti ; )
without biilnjr. able to nnO rcllof. The ilNunvry
of Warner's info Kidney am ! I.lier Ciiromarkin
a now cm 1 1 the treatment ot these troubles.
Made from ft simple tropical lull of rare inlue. It
conUlm just the elements ncccswry to nourtali
atitllrnljforatc liothnf theco K t onjnns , ami
nafily rcftoro ami keep them In order. It Ian
Potltlvo Remedy f'tr all the discuses that ctm <
pal n In tholower pirt of the body f > r Torpid
Liter Ittvtachc + Jaumllco Dlrrinow-Oraiel
KccrARIIC I.Ucraiiil Urinary Organ * .
Itlancxtc'tcntnnd < nfo rimedlor fctmtcg
: liirlnn 1'rcjnar.ey. It will control Mcnitruatlon
mil IH ln > aUullofor Icncorrliti\ ( r'nll ng of
: lie Womb.
As a l.looil Purifier It li uncnutlcJ , for It cures
.1.1' orxalit tint inAo the Mood.
Thil remedy , uhlih hm dono'iioh wonder , Is
put lip In tho'lAHOiSTSI/.ii : : ) 1JOTI t.K of any
muilkliio upon the nnrkct , and Ij noM l > y Driu-
Rl-tsiiulafl itc/ilcr * at $1.23 per Imtt'e. ' For
hbetcstnniilri for WAKXHH'd SAr'K DIA-
1KTUS CUlli : . It Is iv 1'OSI 1VC Remedy.
H. \VAnNER C < CO. , Kocliottcr , N. Y.
United States Depository.
- OK OMAHA. -
Cor. 13th and Farnara Sts.
OLDB3T BANKING KSTARUBIIMEKT IN
8UCOESCORO TO KOUNT7E BROTHERS. )
Organized us a National Bank August 20 , 1SC3.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS OVER . SOO,000
OFTICETIS AND DIRRCTORB :
litKUA * KOUNTZR , PrCBIllCIlt.
Aerowrus KopMzr , VietPresident. .
II. W. YATKS , t'anhlrr.
A. J. 1'orpl.ETO1 * , Attorney.
4-Jl Joux A. CRKIIIIITO.S.
F. n. DAVIS , Asst. Curiler.
Thl bank receiver deposits without regard to
Ibuc8tlreo certificate ) hearing Interest.
Draws clr.ifU on San Fnnciico and principal
cities of the Unitnd States , also London , Iiublin
Edinburgh and tlio principal citlej of thocoutl
ncrit of Europe.
Sells passenger tickets for emigrants by the ( n
min line. _ nmvl dtf
The Oldest HJstabUshed
Caldwell , Hamilton & Co. .
33 St.B > ar33a 13c&33. ,
BnMneas transected same A3 that of an Incor
porated oanl : .
Acconnti kept In currency or gold subject to
alfht chccl : without notice
Certificates of deposit isucd payable In three ,
six and twelve rnontha , jcarlng Interest , or on
demand without Interest.
Ad\ancos inado to customers on appro * cd BOCU-
rltlcs at market rates of Interest.
Buy- and sell gold , bills of exchange , govern'
mcnt , state , county and city bonds.
Draw sight drafts on England , Ireland , Scot
land , and nil parts of Europe.
Sell European passage tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK.
Western Horse and Cattle In
surance Company ,
Capital , - - - 310OOOOOO
Insures Horacfl , Mules and Cntllo against loss liy
acaldent , decease or tbctt. Accnclci In all conn-
tlu4 of the State , bend for clicwlars. e20 lj
tha Fnatcst fcolllnjr Cook of the Ai3l
Found ; ) ( ions oS' Success ,
INESS AND SOCIAL rORMS.
The laws of trade , legal formp , how to
Mt tir lncaK , valui'jlt ) tables , eoJil ctlquolto ,
ajrlUmcntary lis-ife , hnw to co'idiut puidlc
biulmitu ; In I .it H H comrlat.o ( JU'dn to Uiir-
00 3 for nil clavrn A family nocottil y. AdrirM
lorclrt'ilirnAtid special ternw , INUIlOll PUn
M.SIMNO Oi ) . At Louis. Mi
AOENTa WANTED KOR OCR NEW BOOKj
BIBLE FOR THE YOUNG , "
being the Htory of the Scriptures , by Rev. George
Alexander Crook , I ) . I ) . , In simple and attnctlic
anguago for old and young. Profusely illustrn-
tcil , inaLIng a most Interesting ami Impressive
> outli Instructor. Et cry parent will secure this
uork. Preathers , j on should circulate It. Price
J3.00. Bend for ciiinilara ulth extra terms.
J II. OHAMUEIlSiCO. St. Louis Mo.
ACADEMY OP THhJ
OMAHA , NEB.
S. B. Corner Ofch nnd Howard.
The phn of Studies Is tlio siino as that purMird
In all thu AcadrtnlrJ of tliu Huicd Hiarc. 1'if-
fjicnco In religion Is no obstacle to the ndiuU-
nlonnf joung ladles. Terms : Including Ikianl ,
\Ya < hlng , 'lultlon ami I btruinuntal Alutlc , per
cession < jf fltu monthv , flW. Ilcterencts uru re-
mil red fion all poiKon * unknown to the Instltu-
tlon. For further Ii.foiinatlrii npi > ly to Thu
ill.iht I'ev , Illshoji o Oniaba , or to the Lady
Tin MOBT I'on-URl llii BIST SIILISO !
TlIK BEST . - * . - : ' OHUKNH
AMU , . ' " jjj QOICKKH
MOST CONiffifr J TIIAN A1 °
VENIBNT 'V tll ifl "TUEIl
OlIUttN 'AUWoPiUJjPf OllUKK
MANUPAO' I/caalxnMpM N TUB
TUEKI ) .
Manufactured In flto tlxn , 4.0 , B , 10 and 1
EMIoni. It ha * no i.e < rin.UCIKO DO no1 o
Joe * Its work easily and quickly , and teU tuo
laraust ainuiift of lutUr fruuilho milk or
croamli 0144 Jrou ,1 lie eat uh Iumbrr.lt
luldal lowtrprl < Jot\l'Ui ny "thcr flral-ilun
i hum. Soa'l for dla.rtiJVhfl circular and price
IW to th "
OVAL CHURN CUMPACY.
' . - COSHtN. IND
1 am Aircnt ( r COI.UMI1IA
anduriullll t'CUU. Scud
thrco cent itaorp forCataloifuo
and prlco lUl conUJulnjc full
N , I , D , SOLOMON ,
F iut , OU * and Olaa
OMAHA , NEJ )
C. F. Manderson ,
I n , I IJ I 1
1319 Farnhain 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 9 *
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.
I KIBBO3STS !
The sale of Ribbons inaugurated by us in summer met with such
success that we have secured BETTER BARGAINS for Fall , and open
to-day. 500 Pieces Gros Grain Ribbon , all widths , 5c. a yard ; 3500
Pieces Satin and Gros Grain from No. 7 to No. 40 at 10c. ; 75 Pieces
Sash Ribbons at 25c , a yard.
In .fact our "vvhole , fall stock is now being opened , and we invite attention
; o the largest , cheapest and best stock we have ever shown.
s. oo _ ,
1319 Farnham Street.
BASUTZ & WELLS ,
1422 Douglas Sb. , Near 15th.
OPERA HOUSE STOEE
Will sell their stock of
BOOTS a SHOES
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
leading and Elocution
JULIA B HABDBNBUBO-H.
Voice Training , Private Lessons and
SOU Cess Strict , between 20 iind 21et.
AND STILL THE LM
Roar for Moore ( s )
AND Saddlery ,
I h ve adopted the Lion as a Trade Jlaik , and
11 my pocxlit will bo BTAMl'KU with the LION
nd my NAME on the tamo. NO OOOIJ3 AUK
KNUINK WITHOUT TIIK AUOVK SrAMl'd
holiest imxtcrlil It used and the ire l tklllw
orkiucn are imnlojcd , aud at the lovu-st ciisl
rice. Anyone wWilfltf a priio-llit ol good Mill
onfcra t > or by evndlni ; ( or ono ,
DAVID SMITH MOORE.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
KAKTMT BKLUNO HOOKS or Tin AQB I
Foundations of Success
BUSINESS AND SOCIAL FOIIM3 ,
TheUwnof tnule. ICKO ) ( onus , 'how to tram-
ct bualni'89 , taluaulo lullci , nodal etiquette
laillaidcnlury u > ae , how to conduct puMiu busl.
ic < ; In ( ait ft I * a complete CuiJo to Bucccai ( or
11 auvi. A f.imly ! laciaulty. Aililre ( orclr
uliM tvn J nmrlal t ltu8 ANCIIOU rUIILISlll.VU
O. , pi. Louis , .Mo.
llon ° ' aMllty , to roproent
iJllASJllKUS'liktloniry of Unl-
crval Knowledge. Compktu C'yclojmxlli ol
'very DavVanU. .
TliU U the Moil Uncdil and Compact Literary
clilettiiuiit o ( tha Ago. Itliu nu cou pvtltorn.
Wu want competent Solicitors , ho pcildltrt
C4xla ) > plv ClrcuUrn , ghmg full deurlptlou.
eat OQ appllrat'on. ' J. It. ClIAilllKllS.
bt. Loulo , Mo , Chicago , III. , Atlanta. 0
DEWEY & STONE ,
5fe . . g . qF . _ Sgj3
= ? .J-.V ? I"JK.TV. 2 - -V-j-L-- :
ORCHARD & BEAN , J.B. FRENCH & CO. ,
C A R P ETSI G R O O E R S1 !
Is Once More Called to the Fact that
Rank foremost in the- West in Asso rtment and
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Hats and Oaps.
\Vo are proparcel to moot the domanels of the trade in regard to Latoat Stylea
nnd Patterns. Fine Morcl'unt Tailoring in Connection.
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
300 to 312 13th St. , Corner Farnham ,
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