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    Til w OAfAll A .DAILY BEE : FRIDAY OCTOBER 7. 1881 3
TONEY THIEVES ,
Often Caught Purloining Valu
I ables at Hightonod
Parties.
*
f. L
Fashionable Shoplifting A
t Scandal of this Kind
That thu Plans City of Brooklyn I
Blushing Over-
Correspondence of the Inter Ocean.
NKW YOUK , September 28. Occa-
Bionallv society is astonished by find-
'
iugout'tlmtbnblof ' it's beat known
members has bocn caught pocketing
spoons at n wedding reception , or
mistaking the camel's hair suavvl of n
'
, ' .4 neighbor'for her own plainer cash-
4 more. Only r. little , time ago ono of
the groomsmen at-K fashionable wedding -
' ding was dotocled'in smuggling a diamond
mend ring , ono of the presents , and so
common hnvo become these depreda
tions that a detective's presence at
receptions are considered almost ] as
necessary as that of a brid" .
Every detective ngoncy in the city
keeps a man especially adapted for
this delicixto branch of work. They
arc usually good looking young , fol
lows , who dress up well , and wh'wo
manners ate good cnoygh fo thoin to
r * Hpass as n guest. Tlioir place is iii the
room where the gifts aio displayed ,
and as the gaily dressed throng surge
in and oub they keep a sharp eye upon
the guests , who , not contented with
looking at the various gilts , seem in
clined to handle the portable ones.
A well known detective told mo
that nt a wedding on , Murray Hill ,
I and in ono of the most aristocratic of
' 'tho blocks , no less Ihan three attempts
were made to walk off with valuables.
Two of the would-bo thieves were
men , the third a young lady , pretty ,
of good family , and
A IIETJ.E IN HKU CHICLE.
She had quietly thrown her handkcr-
. chief over a collaretto of fine point
\lace , and deftly slipped it into her
dress pocket. Ttie gentlemanly young
man in black was at hand. Ho was
not callous to her charming face and
manners , so hn gave her a chance by
quietly touching her arm , while he
turned back the lappel of hia claw-
hammer coat enough to show his
bad no. ,
The young lady 'turnoil frightfully
* pale and almost fainted , but managed
to obey his gesture and return the
lace without making any scene. After
ward it was found she had been a
guest at a number of houses where
different articleB of jewelry had been
missed , and the matter becoming
talked about , she was whistled off to
Europe by her parents.
There are a number of vices in
dorsed by fashionable society , but as
yet dishonesty is not among them ,
unless on a largo monetary scale ,
when it can be designated by various
V pretty names , or , possibly , when a
man steals his neighbor's wife. Even
then the world will forgive the thief ,
for does ho not give them something
to talk about ? It will require a great
many severe lessons , however , before
the world polite will learn to
DOM AND 1IAB ITS GATES
sufficiently to keep out these who
have no right to enter. Not a. season
passes that does not develop some
scandal conue'cted with a bogus counter
or pretended baron , who has been
wined and dined and feted , and
allowed to flirt with all the girls ho
came across , and engage himself to
half a dozen.
Sometimes it even amounts to a
wedding , and that assuredly results in
a broken-hearted bride , who. finding
that her husband of high degree is an
ox-waiter or barber , unable to place anew
now bonnet , much less a coronet , up
on her brow , returns to her father's
roof until the groom shall put him
self within reach of the law byonu _ of
these clover tricks through which he
has found means to entersociety , then
she gets a divorce , and begins lifo
over again.
Brooklyn society is just now blush
ing over an Imfortunuto mistake it
made in receiving into itsbosom.aoinu
years ago , a certain Mr. and Irs.
.John Tiornoy. They made their en
tree into the city with considerable
eclat , and after occupying elegant
apartments at the principal hotel for
somu time , rented a handsome house
aiul proceeded to furnish it.
IN PHINL'KLY 8TYLK.
The richest of carpets and Turkish
rugs , antique furniture , upholstered
with tapestry , rare wood carvings ,
marble statues , and oil paintings filled
the rooms , and everything from the
fine lace curtains and hand-embroi
dered lambrequins down to the burn
ished filagree fenders was of the most
expensive and artistic kind.
A grand piann , a billiard table , and
dancing salon were sources of amuse
ment , the stables wore well stocked
with good horses and luxurious car-
ringes , trained servants kept every
thing in perfect ordur , and , in short ,
the master and mistress of this model
establishment weroregaidcd with general -
oral envy and admiration
They wont to church regularly , wore
fond of listening to Mr. Bencher ,
patronized the theater and opera , gave
liberally to charities , and wore looked
upon as well-regulated and model
members of socioty. Mrs. Tiernvy , a
tall , fine-looking woman , was noted
for drcn3 , always in the latest modi ) ,
made of the richest material , and sot
oflby
hUl'EIlll JEWEUIV ,
generally diamonds , ot which she pos
sessed an unusually largo and valua
ble collection. A hair dresser kept
her abundant lockn arranged in be
coming style , the manicure took care
of her white and shapely hands , nud
in all the details of hpr toilet she was
as particular as a Parisicnno.
Mr. Tiornoy , ft was understood ,
had made a great deal of money in
mining speculations , and was satisfied
to retire from business. Neverthe
less neither ho nor his wife sucmcd
disposed to inactivity , and every day
or so they visited Now York , or BOIIIO
times went further , and npont a week
or so away , On all occasions they "
scorned to make generous purchases ,
and not unfruquontly the footmen
would carry heavy packages of goodtt
into the mansion ,
Year after year rolled by ; the Tier-
noys had gained and retained he
complete confidence of their neigh-
bora and acquaintances at largo ,
Imagine , then , tlioir astonishment
when , a few days ago , as the elegant
Mrs. Tiornoy was stopping into her
carriage , to sco a couple of detectives
arre t her in the name of the law , and
under that of
A SOTOltlOt'S SHOl'-t.UTElt ,
Margaret Lille. Horror and conalor-
nation foil upon the Uiooklynitcs ;
lend and deep wore their denuncia
tions of the impostors , but when they
learned the whole truth they became
mnto with wrath and anguish. The
whole truth , as far as your correspondent
pendent can learn , ia as follows !
As a pretty and at tractive girl of 10 ,
Mrs. Tiorno married n sea captain ,
but , lonely in his absence and dislik
ing domestic duties , she ran away
from her horao in Boston and came
here , where she fell into bad company ,
and in love with a notorious confi
dence man , who tnuglit her how to
become im export thief.
They went to London and "made a
profession of picking pockets , which
they found lucrative and easy. They
picked once too often , however , and
were sentenced to five years' impris
onment , but thu woman , assisted by
her pretty face , managed to I'seapo
and returned to this country , where
ahu began shop-lifting in a manner
unparalleled in boldness. Finally ,
encouraged by 110 success of her most
dating strokes , she disdained small
plunder nml ono day. in Bos
ton made off with three
trunks of silk. She was caught , but by
HKH CA11.MEX-1.1KK 31ANW.HH ,
and a liberal use of money she per
suaded the oflicers to let her go. Tlion
she came across Tiernoy a successful
;
batik sneak-thief , marnod him , and
sailed for England on their wedding
trip.
During a sojourn in Manchester
they encountered the champion pick
pocket of the city , and Mrs T. , who
took un umightcous pndo in her hus
band's expertncss , wagered 8100 that
ho could nab more purses in ono after
noon than the Englishman. The bet
was accepted , and the nimble-fingered
American won , but as his hand closed
on his twenty-third purse , the hand of
justice , as personified by a big policeman -
man , closed on him and ho was trot
ted off to jail.
On his release , a year afterward , ho
returned to this country with his wife ,
and they began business in a lively
way , iirst settling in Brooklyn. Tn a
brief space , in collusion with others ,
Tiornoy stole $700,000 of bonds of the
Royal insurance ollico , in Wall street.
oAimora ) A MiwsKNonu
belonging to the Asters , and robbed
him of $10,000 in greenbacks ; plun
dered the 'Nassau bank of § 25,000 ;
took $22,000 from a banker named
Snow , and robbed the Long Island
Savings bank of $10,000.
In the meantime Mrs. Tiorney fol
lowed her old specialty with signal
success , and allying herself with an
other woman they inAdo off with an
incredible amount of goods from the
different stories ; but ono iino day
while patronixing Lalco V McCreery
in this , to the firm , expensive way ,
she was caught and arrested. She
gave another name , procured bail of
$1,000 , and at once went south for
her health. Tierney settled the bail
without exposing himself , and soon
Brooklyn society heard "thoso dear
Tierneys were going to Europe on a
pleasure trip. " The dear Tiorneys
went , but they made the sad mistake
of con ling back again about a month
aijo , and buying the brown stone man
sion they had formerly lived in.
"Vengeance is lame , slowly she
comes. " says the Frenchman , and one
morning this week the superintendent
of McOrcery's happened to bo in
Brooklyn , and to recognize in the
fashionable Mrs. Tierney , reclining
IN nun KUOANT : UAIUUAOE ,
the shopliftor"who had escaped punish
ment , the result that Mrs. T. , minus
munciuro hair dresser and- French
maid , is lodging down town in a very
.small room , with a grated window ,
and Brooklyn society hus lost its
ornament forever.
An event in New York society , but
ono that has received but little com
ment , ii the visit of King Kalakaua.
It must bo confessed that wiMi the
memory of bin fuimer sojourn hero in
mind , "he has considerable moral
courage to come again. His first im-
prewion of American hospitality and
courtesy must have boon strange
enough.
Ho was entertained by the city , and
then the city refused to pay the bills ,
which have been wjuabbled over over
since , and paraded in print ever since
his present visit , This time ho very
sensibly declined to accept any but
private hospitality , and has passed his
days in visiting places of interest , in
cluding
KDF.SON'H HEAUQUAHTKIIH ,
whore the elcctricia astonished him ,
first , by shaking hands in a free and
easy manner with his royal highness ,
and again by the experiments with his
lights.
The king is fond of amusement , but
it was in vain ho was urged to go to
the circus ; previous experience had
made him wise. On his first visit
hero ho was a victim of Barnmn , who
urged him to go to the hippodrome in is
the Madison Square Garden "to BOO
the horses. " When Kalakaua entered
with his suit the old showman , by a
preconcerted arrangement , had at the
door a ponderous and gayly painted
carriage. "This way , your highness ! "
ho cried , giving a signal to his atton-
cants , who at once with gentle tirm-
lifted the king into the vehicle ,
nnd tlirov/ liu a bouqucut into his
lap.
Bitrnum jumped in after , und Iiis
head man roared out , "three cheers
for Barnum nnd tlio kinpl" Tlio an-
eliunco was delighted , and cheered vo
ciferously an the carriage rolled round
the track , but his majesty's face grow
black at the indignity. But before
the circuit was completed , ho wisely
concluded to treat the aflairns n joke ,
and smiled in a ghastly way tin ho
throw the bouquet to n pretty equestrienne - _
trionno , who , horrid to relate , coquettishly - |
tishly kissed her linger tips in return.L
Notiuc tha Effect * . act
Jt. ( JiblH , of Hulfulo , X. Y. , write * ! iib
"Hcnrhfgyour Huni > ot'K Huxm IJITTKIIH all
favorably npokc'ii of , I was induced to
vvntvli their effect * , and find that in CO.
chronic diHeases of thu Mood , liver and
klilneyn .your bitters ha\o bee'ii signally
inarUed with success. I Imvo ubud thorn
jiiyetOf with best remiltri for torpidity of
tliu liver ; and In the case of a/ilcnu / of
iiilnu mitreritit , ' frul dropsy , the effect wan
marvelous , " J'rico 81,00 , trial Uo 10
centH , octScodlw
THEJBODY ,
The Mfinuor In Wliloli It WnnEiu-
bnlmotl-
New York SIXK.I | | to Clilo-iRO Ttilmne.
There has been a good deal of criti'
cism since President Oarfiold's death
of the manner in which hia body vas
embalmed , a good many people de
claring it a shame tlml the body was ,
as they say , so bunalingly treated.
A good many undertakers hero de
clare that the attempt at embalming
was a failure in every respect , and in
sist that the body should have been
placed in a metallic casket , instead of
a wooden collin , such as are used for
ordinary civilians. Mr. Benedict ,
who had charge of the body , said to
day : ' 'People arc all at sea on this
subject. The embalming was a per
fect success , and It was pronounced so
by Drs. Agnew and Hamilton. It
was done under their direction by
Prof. Walsh , of the University Medi
cal College of Now York. If Iliad
put the body on ice it would have soon
been in
inA.
A. STATE OK t'CTKKFACTIOX ,
bocliuso it was DUO of Jthoau eases that
are hard to manage. The family in
sisted on having it embalmed , and
"ga > emo orders to Unit effect , and I
considered it the proper thing under
the circumstances. The trouble \\\n ;
\\ith the body. It had shrunk to 100
pounds , uhilo the normal weight of
the president during lifo waH 'JL'O.
It was ono of the worst mutilated
bodies I c"\or saw , and it looked
frightful. Tho'di ' color.itioii was from
omoalming fluids and. the oil and
plaster put on the face for taking n
cast. It lomainud on for five hours
during thu autopsy. The body being
unusually soft , the fluid took effect in
six hours. It tinned brown and grad
ually blackened. At no time was
there the slightest odor fiom the body ,
and all stories about its decaying tire
sonsationnl. The reported failure had
its rise from
i\CLUDINtl THE tT.Ef > S ,
and the natural presumption was that
something was wrong. The casket
was closed by request of Mrs. Gar-
field. She didn't ' like to hivvo people
sue him in that condition , and 1 don't
blame her. Besides , there was too
much curiosity about it , und a proat
deal of repeating , especially among
the colored people , who hung around
the corpse and crowded in to see it
three or four times.
Look Oat for SnUtlon Chances
of weather , and guard against them
by using Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. octOeodlw
THE CENTURY PIiANT. i *
Tlio IiargoRt Known Specimen
Beginning to Pat Forth its
Bad * .
Chicago Herald.
One of the greatest curiosities in
the vegetable creation is the century
plant , not only on account of the pe
culiarity from which it derives its
name , of blooming but once in a long
period of years , but OHO because of
the nature of that bloom. Almost
every ono has .seen a century plailt ,
bu1 ; exceptionally few have neon ono
in the glory of its luxuriant , swoot-
scented bloom. A few years ago a
plant of this description ma
tured in San Francisco and botanists
nists from all sections of the country
visited the Pacific coast for no pthur
purpose but to view the curiosity in
all its magnificence. A close study was
made of the plant at that .time , and
observations taken which have made
the hugo cactus-liko growth moio
generally understood. The largest
century-plant over knoun is now on
the eve of maturity , and a short de
scription of it will prove intoicsting.
The plant is owned by Mr. Fred. En-
gelhart , and is in Kenosha , AVis. , in
the care of a family to whom it was
presented about thirty years ago. It
was then between thirty and
forty years of ago , and now ,
when nearly four scoru yeais of
ago ' . , it is preparing for the first
time to give its perfumes to the
world. The plant is something like
twenty feet in diameter , the loaves
being from eight to eleven foot in
length. The hothouse in which it is
kept has proved too small , and the
huge leaves ans crooked slightly at
the ends , from contact witn the gloss
walls of the enclosure. The indica
tions of a speedy bloom arc strong
and unmistakable , but it cannot bo
determined at what time the flowery
growth will appear. The central
leaves , which arc hooked together by
crooked thorns , forming a globular
calyx , are gradually becoming
loosened and may open at any mo
ment. The process , which is exceed
ingly slow under natural circumstan
ces , is being hastened by the applica
tion of heat. The plant , it is said by
botanical authorities , is- capable of
standing an immense amount of heat ,
and oven when subjected to a torn-
poiaturo of 1110 degrees does not suf
fer any doletorous effect. As
soon as the flower appears ,
the flowers are of n yellowish
white , on a largo fitom provided with
brunches , each of which boars a wealth
of the beautiful buds. The perfume
ravishingly sweet , and during calm
weather can bo enjoyed at a distance
of two miles. The probabilities are
that the present plant will produce a
flowering stem of extraordinary pro
portions. From the dimensions of the
parent plant it isthoughttho stem will
attaui a height of at least sixty feet ,
Baoklin's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo intho world for outs ,
bruises , sores , ulcers , salt rhuutn , (
fever sores , totter , chapped hands ,
chillblains , corns and all kinds of
skin eruptions. Tin's salvo is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction in Is
every case or money refunded. Price ,
25o per box. For sale by
IKU & MoMAiioN , Omaha.
AGENTS WANTED FOR '
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Foundations { of Success '
BUSINESS AND SOCIAL FOHJia.
Thu law * of tnulr. legal forma , how to trans
binincfsnlualilo tablet ) , hoclal ctlijuitto
parliamentary mage , how t/ > wild net public liiitl-
; In fact ft In n coinpkto fluldc to Kucctxj for
menu. A family riwihslty. AiMrvta for cir
cular * ami rpovlal Urnm ANX'JIOll 1'UUMSJIINd
. . Ht.l/onu. ilo.
J.P.ENGLISH ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
810 South Thirteenth Street , with
J. M.Woolworth. Vlc
SELTZER
Pnln inR.blMtlBR- I6oatoi dl M e.
Whcncv or tlio bow ch become Irregular , uio
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient ,
It will ave much pain anil tlanirer. Nature
omctlti c li M > outraged li.v the linnlcn that she
It in o to carry , tliroujrn lhohei < llo n M ot her
ehll iron , that ho O | < culy rebel * , nnd punishes
Fearfully. Don't neglect ilia proper treatment
\v hen the j niptomi first Apueir. Hcsort to the
npcrlcnt. and ( rot well pcrdlly.
SOLD DY ALL DUUdGISTfl
DUUdGISTfldaily cod ,
For You ,
Wlioso complexion betrays
some huimlinitus imncrlec-
( Ion , whoso mirror tells you
that yon are Vanned. SnllOiv
nml disfigured in Vomit ciinnce ,
or Imvo Eruptions , llcuncss ,
Koiiglmcs9 or HUM hole BO mo
tints of complexion , vro sny
use Ilngnnls Hognolia Balm.
ItteudeHcnto , harmless and
delightful article , producing
the most natural ana cntraiic-
inc tints , the artificiality ol
which no observer can detect ,
and which soon becomes ( per
manent if the Mnguolhi Balm
[ 3 judiciously used ,
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nrwKira
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Pre 't&'en. ' Oon. Tkt undl'asVrAi ;
Manager , Chicago Chlcavo.
HAWKEYE PLAINING MILL 00 , ,
DCS Moincs , Iowa ,
Mnnufuctiirrr * of SASH , DOORS , BLINDS ,
DHACKET8 , MOULDINGS , KO.
( Ireat reduction In ItAnk Powilf r , I'hni fur-
nlhtd , ami word furnWifl In nil klnd of Imnl
or iftwci-d. CounkM flnNhcd In oil when iir
ulrcil Shriving of ll kind * fnrnlVcd nml put
Into liullilliijr r ndy lor | > * lnt on ihott notion
O'ir workmen nro tlm l > c t mechanics t > iAt mn lie
procured , fcavo mono ) ' by giving in Jout con
tract * .
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Our foreman In thUdcrMtnicnt WM formerly
with Front Manufacturing Co , ( Chicago ,
III * , nd h ilono mine ol the ( Incut SUIr * ork
In Ilio Xorlhwext
Onlftn by mall promptly Attended to. t'3)-3m )
ACADEMY OP THUJ
SACREDHEART
OMAHA , NEB.
S. E. Corner Oth and Howard.
The plan of Stiiiilc * ! i the mme M th l punned
In nil the * Academic * of the iUirrtl Hurt. Dif
ference In religion h nn oMlaclo to the * .ilm ] <
lo of jouiii ; Ivllcn. Terms ! Including Ilonrd ,
Washing , Tuition Mul tistrunifinUIMiitlo , per
fouloii ut flvn months , S1W > . llofcrcnce * ro IT-
nulrcd Irani all pen > ona unknown to the Institu
tion. Kor furtiicr Information npvly to The
Illicit llrv , llljlicp o Omnha , or to the Liuly-
Superior.
Superior.C.
C. F. Manderson ,
ATTORNEY-AT- .
9 Ftrnhnm St. rtmnh * V
I'KOIUTE NOTICE.
Rlnto ot Kcl > rol > a , Dniifflni County , * '
At ft County L'ouit , Imlil at tliu Uountv Court
( loom , In Mid tor vi11 L'otmtr , on tlm 'JIH ( lav
of Seiitcinlirr , A. I ) 1SS1. Present , A. M ,
OlIAbwiCK , OounttMmlv.
In tlio matter of the wlojitloii ol Jcnnlo K.
Cotter , n minor.
On re.iJInif ami Ming the petition of Amos
and Mnry I'oljrr , rirulnc I hit tlulr mill chl'il '
may lie ailopt il liy IMuartl nml .Mary I * Stownnl
ami tint they voluntarily ami frocl ) vlve up the
oustoJy mil earn of nalil dilM.mi nlo the peti
tion of lM\\iml ami Mary K. SUmiml ( honing
thtt they \\\th \ to ailoiit the Kild chlM.
OUHKRKU , llmt October 16th , A. II. 1881 , at
ft o'clock a. in. iiawlKiieil for licit-ill } ; fulil pttl *
tlonhcn nil pcmoiH IntoreHteil In oald matter
nny appear at n County Court to buhrld , In ami
for wild County , and ihow caixo why the pra ) cr
of petitioner houM not ho nmuted ; ami that no-
tleoofpemlcm'.vofthefaldpcttlionandthchcarlnir
thereof , l > u | ( li en to all penons Intcreiiteil tnraltl
matter , liy pulilislilnir 1 copy of thin order In Tim
OMAHA DAILY UKK , a iou ) | | icr printed In unlil
Countv , for three luccomlta weeks , prior to mU
lay ol hearlnir. A. M. CIIAUWICK ,
[ A true cop\ ] Countv Judgo.
e21cv St
WAR IN PASSENGER RATES !
HOIUUK DUOS. . Broken In Ml lUllroad
Ticket * , Omaha , Nrli. , offer Tlcketn to the Kant ,
until further not if , at tlio following unheard ol
Ixw llatci :
Chlcaco , * I2 ; Hound Trip , S2J.OO , These are
limited rirbt Class'IlcKcts and irooil for return
throuiih the j ear , and \la the Old Itellablo Chicago -
cage , llurllngtoii & putney Itailroail. Alto , one
\ \ ay to
NKW YOUK. iBtclis" , 81000.
I10STON , ilo ! 2C 00.
I'lllI.ADKI.l'IIIA , da 11)00. )
WASHINGTON , do IP 00.
Kor pnrtlculara. wrlto or go direct to 11OUUIK
DUOS , , Dealer * In Itedtued Uato lUllroad and
Steamship Tickets , 00 Tunth St. , Omaha , Nub.
Kcmembrr the place Three DOOM North ol
Union 1'aclllu Itallroad Depot , East Side of Tenth
Street.
Omaha , AliRiut 1 , 1881 uu25daW'liu
PHOBATJE NOTICE.
State ot Nclirmka , Douglas County w :
At a County Court , held at the County Court
Itoom , In and for Hald County , fccpt. 23nl ,
A. 1 > . 18S1. Present , A. M. CIIAWWICK ,
County Judge.
In thu mtttcr of the adoption of Jcnnlo It ) an.
On reading and filing the i > etltlon of Augustm
and Dell Carey , praying that they may bo flow
ed to adopfsald Jennie Ryan , and the petition
and statement of Henry and hliia Hvan. parents
of said child that said Augustus and Dell Carey
nny ho permitted BO to do and voluntarily rcllu
quisling all claim to Hald child
Ordered , That October 22nd , A. I ) . 1881 , at
10 o'clock a , in. , IsofHlgncd for hearing B.ild peti
tion , when all person * interested In mid matter
may appear at a County Court to bo held , In and
for said County , and show cauxo why the prajor
of petitioner should not bo granted , and that no
tice of iwndonry of said petition and the hcarlnu
thereof , bo given to all persons Interested In salO
matter , by publishing a copy of thisordcrln Tin
OMAHA WEEKLY UKK , a newspaper printed In salt
County , for thrco succosslv o v. oeks , prior to sale
day of hearing A. M. Cli ADVV1CK ,
scSSwSt nonnty Judge'
Business College.
THE GREAT .WESTERN
OEO. R , RATHDUN , Principal.
Creighton Block ,
, NE1HIASKA
xaTRend for Clrcnl r nov.SOil&wtf
Western Horse and Oattle In-
surauoo Company ,
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Cnpitnl , . . . 810OUOOO (
Insurta Iloracn , ilnlcn and Cattle against IOHI by
avoldcnt , dc'ccam or thuft. Ageiulu In all i-oini
tics of the Stnto. Kcnd for circMlars.
Men of ability , to represent
CIIAMIIEUS'Dictionary of Unl-
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livery Day WnntH.
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Wo want competent Solicitors. No peddler *
nccdnpiilv Circulars , uhinit full dcsrlptlon ,
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PIONEER LAND AGENCY
F. M. KATHBUN ,
Cambridge , Neb.
1,000,000acre * government land open to Home
steads. Pro-cinptlons and Thnbrr claims. SOC
choice linpro > eil claims for wlo or oxchaugo. 20 (
of the best deeded farms In Southwestern Nobras.
ka\rfth timbernnd water formle. A few choice
stoclc ranches ulth fenced fields , timber , hay and
water , for xalo , cheap , Corrcspoudcni o Hoi I tl ted ,
marSO-tf
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flarlUM , in lilnek nnd tint , for OcvnU ; nlsoa
flnely llnUheil lltho/rapli engmvliig for Ti ecntK.
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frco , on lefelnt of I rlcu , hlruof iilctnru II
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THIS NI7W AND C jRRECT MAP
v
> 'rn ij jcyond nny rcfuoitfthto question tlmttliA
O & NORTH-WESTERN Rt
J. br .ill odAs the l > r roml for you to tftko wlicn tr.irclln In cltlier rlltprllon ' ff r ( > iif'
Chicago and all of the Principal Points In the West , North and Northwest , i.
Cntrfully examine tliliVnp. Tlio Principal Cities of llioWMtnnd NorthwrUnro Station ?
on thlironil. Us tbroiifili tialns make close coiiiicctlona nlllt tlio trains ot nil
Junction
( R.M.I. ? - . 0,1 jui1. : I CHICAGO .V..NORTH-WKSTERN ! ' " RAILWAY " * ' ! ' *
THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
Ovrrnltnf . ( M jirlnclpnl HMM , rmn oneli w.iv daily from two to four or more Kim
i Mlns. U U tlio only toiulcst ot Ulilcngo Unit uses the
The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
Cmi.iil.ii. Tickets ocr this twiil are suU ! by all Coupon Ticket Agcuts m tlio United HUUca untl
.Itcmvmbcr to nsk for Tickets Tin tlili roml , bo sura they rend over It , and take none other. |
11AKVIX lll'UlinT , Uou'l Jluna or , UlilcaRO. A. W. U. SIUX.NKTT.Ucu'l Pass , Agent , Chicago.
HAUHY P. Dim , , Ticket AurontO. A N. W. Railway. Uth ami Fiunham Btroota.
D. K. KIMIUU. , Aiwlitaiit fliVol ARcnt 0. & N. W. IlalUay , Hth [ nd JT rnh m itreel * "
J. llKLb. Ttckot Ajtcnt 13. & N. W. Ilollwaj , U. P. H. B. Dupe * .
BAME8 T. CI.AIIK UcnerM Airiml.
Announcement !
A large and varied stock of Sta
ple and Fancy
DRY GOODS
AT MtflEEN PEE , CENT
THAN DOWN TOWN STORES.
You will Save MONEY by buying
your DRY GOODS of
GUILD & McINNIS ,
( iOa N. IGtli Street , 2cl door north of Cal om E Side.
EDHOL ERIGKSON ,
aivi ; TIII : IIAUOAINS i.v ALL KINDS OK
JEWELRY , WATCHES , CLOCKS , SILVERWARE
SOLID AND PLATED WARE AND DIAMONDS.
At Prices that Suit Any Customer Who Really Wishes a First-
Glass Article.
STAR TINTED SPECTACLES
CO
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EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office ,
POWER AND HAND
' Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MININO MAOIIINKUy , IlEI/riNQ , HOKi : , IlltASB AND IIION KirmiCS , PIPE , BTEAJg
PACKINO , AT WIIOLKfaALE AND KKTAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STRANG , 206 Farnam St. , Omaha