Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 16, 1881, Image 3

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EMMA ABBOTT'S ' SUIT.
Her Name Used in n Scandal
ous Manner By John
Her Hunlmnd Institutes IiD al Prc-
rocdhiu * ARfilnRt n Wealthy
Cl.Urtm of Deliver.
I'hlladi-lphln 1'rC" , Noi. 18ti. !
Kugciio T. Wothorill , the husband
of Miss Emmn Abbott , the fnrorito
\ jirimn < loniii : , who is now fulfilling nil
r'j agctacnt ul the Cliustnut Btreo
Opor.i LIuusu , 1ms talcing the initintoiy
stops , through hisattoinujs , Dunning
Edstll , Hart & Few lev , of Now York
toward bringing suit for § 100,000 dam
atjes against John Evans , \\eiUhj :
reakleiit of Denver , Colonuln , for the
scandalous USD of his ( Mr. \ \ othuriU's
wife's mwo on the ooo.ision of hi > r np
poiiranco in that city in September
Jaat. The chciunstanccs of tlioniUii
uro of a Boinewhateoniplicnteil cliai.xe
tor , but , BO far ai can bo learned , nro
subat.uitially arc follovvB : Some time
simo Evans brought suit ngainst Roth
acker and Field , propiietor of Thu
Denver Tribune , for defamation o
character cruised by the publication o
ceitain articles lellocling upon hia
lionosty mul integrity. The institu
tion of the suit was followed by wii
oua attacks upon Evans through the
columns of the ] iaper. On the occa
sion of Misa Abbott's ongaicmunt ; n
Denver in the cirly jnrtof September ,
the subjoined pur.tgraph appealed ii
thoTiibuno :
"Deacon .lohn Evans will be at the
opera to-night front ro\v paiqiiut ,
with ft doublo-bitiol nutino ijla
IJo wouldn't niisa the bed-chambci
scene in 'I < Y.i Di.ivolo" for the ptolil
of a dozen libel suits , the sly rcc"
rooster "
On the following day another ruti-
clp of n similar character appesrnl
with the additional information that
Deacon John Evans was scon at the
opera , on the moeeoding night in
tensely interested in the bed chamber
scene.
EvatiB thereupon instituted pro-
ccodingi against Itothackcr and Fiult
for criminal libel , and the grand jury
of Denver found true bills of indict
ment against them. The iirat bil
does not mention Miss Abbott's name.
but merely alludes to her as "a
singer. " The second bill , hov.ovor ,
gives her 11,11110 , and adds , that in im
personating , i ch.u.ietor in the bed
chamber SLcno of the opetn , of Via.
Diavolo , she "did indecently disrobe
herself. " lljtluicker and Field were
required to give bonds in the sum ol
§ 2,000 each , the bondsmen boins :
United States Senators Hill and Tef-
ler , ex-Governor Iloutt and ox-Gov
ernor Tabor.
After leaving Denver Mr. Wolherill
nas iniorined by fanmo of his liionda
in Colorado , of the scandalous use of
his wife's name , and was urged by
them to "institute legal proceedings
against the responsible persons. Ho
immediately wioto to Denver request
ing copies of the indictment , which
ho received n few days since.
NOTHING IMMODEST.
"I regiet this thing very much , " re
marked Mr. Wothorill last evening tea
a Press reporter , "on account of my
ifo. Thcso who have over seen her
play in Fra Diavolo know full well
that there is nothing immodest or
oven suggestive in her acting or ap
pearance. I have consulted -with
Dunning , Edaill , Hart As Fowler , of
JNbw York , my lawyers , and the re
sult is that I shall bringsuit for $100 ,
000 damages against Evans for the
dofamatoty use of my wife's name.
Wo intend to bring him on to Now
York to fcco the whole thing through.
The whole matter is the outcomp of
ii libel suit bi ought by Evans ngiinst
the proprietors of ThoD < mverTribuiio
for the publication of an article ac-
cusing Evans of having robbed
peopl'j out of largo sunia of
money by means of a railroad
Hcherno. After the suit was entojjod
the proprietors of The Tribune took
occasion to assail Evans through its
column ? , and when my Aifo appeared ,
involving the name of Evans in an in
delicate way. Pcisonally I don't
believe that Evana was at the opeia.
Ho is very wealthy worth probably
two or three million dollars -and is a
professional Christian. I intend to
sue Evans because , as the prosecuting
witnosa against The Denver Tribune ,
ho made a statement which furnished
basis of the two indictments , .there
fore ho alone is responsible for the
language and names used in them.
Although innocently involved in this
scandalous att'air , my wife has suil'ered
more than any one else , and intend to
make Evans pay lor it. "
J1ISH AllliOTT DISIlll'.SSKI ) .
"Oh ! my , "exclaimed Misa Abbott
with a deep sigh , upon being told last
evening by the reporter that the mat
ter was going the lounda of the press.
"Oh ! just to think of it , " she con
tinued , sinking down upon a nof * in
the parlor of the Continental hotel ,
with largo tear drops trickling down
her chocks. "Will I never hiivo any
peace ? This is scandalous. " Here
the little singer evinced deep emotion
and sought to wipe auay the teats
which were flowing thickand fast. "It
beoins to mo that I am destined to bo
foiovcr in hot water. There it noth
ing Buggestivo in the bod-chamber
ncono in Fra Djavolo. I suppose -
pose it could be made fie but
1 have nltuiyn avoided anything of
thu kind , When I retire in that
eceno 1 wear the very name dress that.
I wear all through the opera , the only
diflbronco being that I reniovo the
headdress and the little silk ovorakirt
which leaves me in a white dress with
elbow sleeves and cut square in the
neck. It is literally impossible to de
tect anything immodest or Buggestivo
in.thutcostumo. From infancymy cliar-
actor has been of such acliaracter that I
would not object to its publication in
every nowspaperin theworld. Yet , with
all that , my name is brought np in
this scandalous connection. Oh , it is
too much to bear. I hoard of this
matter when I was HI Denver , but
supposed it would end right there
where it started , but , instead , it is
going all ever the country. I have
taken no legal steps in the matter. I
Iwyo no time to dip in law , and if I
had , 1 know nothing of such matteis.
If any action is taken my husband will
.1 attend to it. "
A WRONGED WOMAN ,
Dowrtc < l by n "Frlonil , " She Fol
low * Him Across the Continent-
IM Vc gft Optic
" 1'oor incc ot men , " said tlio pitinc
"Dearly WP i iv foryour primal fall ;
Some floweret * of IMcn jc still inherit.
But the trail of the serpent Is oYcrtheni
nil. "
Yesterday's Atlantic express
brought to Las Vpy.w a fonnlo passen
ger a woman in deep distress. She
attracted no paiticuluv attention nn
she nlighti'd from the tram , being
heavily veiled and modestly attired in
a traveling ulstcretto. She went to
the St. Nicholas hotel and secured a
room , but did not enter her name on
the desk register. Shortly after her
ariival she called at The Optic edito
rial rouiiH and asked for information
concoinnig the whereabouU of
itAniiv u MID , OK noun : ,
California , whom she had learned was
in Las Yogas a few days since. The
Optic men remembered the name , and
by lefeienco to thu liloa it AMIS learned
that Ware1 was arrested on October
20 , under the name of Clark , sup-
poaul by Ollicer Peltier to bo an
escaped convict named Pombotton.
Clark ( so called } turned out to bo the
wuiug nun , and on October " ( i Was 10-
leased. On the 28th ho loft Laa
Yegoa , ticketed for Kansas City. All
these facts were told thu lady , win
appeared deeply agitated , and , ob-
t'limng a piomiso from a reporter to
Iciirn more about the case , bhu left
the olliee and returned to the hotel.
The ri'poitor , having thoea uin hand ,
\vent to work and leamed all tin !
could bo obtained concerning the man
Waul and his picsont address.
wno is sun ?
This morning llw reporter eallei'
upon the lady at thu St. Nicholas par
lora. She stated that her name wa
Miss Pedro. In broken English she
told n tale as interesting as a Frencl
novel. lorn in the city of Lima ,
Pern , South America , she was roarer
in the liiMiiious suuoundinga of the
wealthy of that tiopicul city. Slit
mariiul n rich merchant and livci'
happily. Four years ngo , at thn de.itl :
of her husband , she left her sunnj
homo and sailed for San Fiancisco
The new mining to n of ] 5odio , up ii
the mountains was attractim ; a greal
de-il ot attention , and thither she
went. She became acquainted witl
Ward , a fnrmtiuo dealer and under
taker , and loved him dcaily as
"fiiend. " Hero tlio lonifinco is jum
bled together and veil of chuijty must
bo dropped.
TUB MISSING MAX.
The next chapter opens under
cloudy auspices. A period of noarlj
four years has elapsed and the montl :
of October has come. The furniture
deali-i is missing. lie was hoard froir
at L is Vegas , and the fair .Peruvian ,
feeling deeply the sting of wounded
love , takes up the trail and yesterday
arrh cd in this city only f to find th it
the game had llown. In the most
omphatfc manner and with flashim ?
eyes , "Miss Pedro told the pioprictor
this morning that she would follow
Ward to the end. She was compelled
to pay over SlOO for passigo to Lu
Yogao and finds herself nearly out of
means. She pawned her jewelry to
day , and if her trunk comes on the
next train ahe will continue her trip.to
Kansas City.
THE KErOKTEIl TURNED WETECTIVK ,
and by skillful maneuvering managed
to imd out where Mr. Waad , alias
Clark , gets his mail while in Kansas
City. This information has been fur
nished to the distressed woman , and
a out the time she arrives at the eaat-
ern terminal of the Santa Fe , there
will bo a scene of a domestic nature
that will bafllo description.
While Miss Pedro feels deeply
wounded at heart she characterises
Ward as a good man , and states that
aho believes ho will bo true to her and
will treat her warmly when they meet
in Missouri. The poor woman has
been unable to taste food for three
lays , and ia sullering from indoscriua
lIe mental anguish. She is indeed to
be .
pitied.
_ _
Hnpld Railway Building.
The total miles of railroad now de
finitely undertaken intho country , and
io bo completed dining the next fif
teen months , together with the ell'cct
; ipon the interests of the people , as
suggestive of possible financial dm inter
resulting from excessive development ,
! orm the topic of an interesting article
clo in a trustworthy financial nowapa-
lor. A comprehensive table is sub-
nit ted , in which there io mention of no
road which has not actually begun work
which has a subscribed capital with
which io commence operations. The
great feature of railroad building news
s the number of now enterprises un-
dei taken within a few months past ,
on which definite arrangements for
construction Imvo already boon made.
L'ho table is , however , necessarily in
complete , and in some cases thu num.
> or of miles to bo completed before
Dec. 31 , 3882 , has been estimated ;
tut these estimates have alwaya been
nido below , lather thun above , the
ignrea which the known facts soum to
vainmt. From tins tttblo it appears
hut the grand total of miles to bo
milt during the next fifteen months
s ir ,8Bt > . In the geographical neu-
ion Ijing between the Atlantic coast
and the upper Mississippi river , and
noith of the Ohio and Potomac livurr ,
he number of mih'.s IH1,701 , ot
Hiieh the followinK'iiamed roads con-
ubuto the irost largely : Now York ,
Jhiciigo and St. Louis , 400 : Now York ,
'lUsburL ! and Chicago ( estimated ) ,
EOO ; Boston , Hoosac Tunnel and
iVcdtorn , 300 ; Chicago and Atlantic
Erie extension ) , 250 ; Now York ,
juckawmna and Western , 1212 ; Tole
do , Dolphoa and Burlington ( all
mes ) , 215 ; New York , Western Shore
and Uullalo , 200 ; Chicago , Portage
and Lake Superior (400 ( miles ) , 105 ;
ndiami , Illinois and lowaofttimutcd ( ) , of
50 ; Indiana , Bloomington and West
ern , 110 ; Chicago , St. Paul , Minne
apolis and Omaha , 1155 ; Missouri Pa of
cific ( Omaha extension ) , II JO ; Roches-
or and 1'ittsburg extension , 120 ; Chicago
cage and SVest Michigan , llfi ; Ander-
on , Parh and St. Louis , IJO ; miles
, 'j bo built by forty-three other roads ,
1,802. l
In the section between the Atlantic
east and the Miaiibaippi river , and
houni or i in : onto
and Potomao rivers , the number of
niles is U.U.'S , to b built as follow * :
Jooruia I'acilic , 350 ; Atlanta , New of
Jrluaiis and Texas Pacific junction ,
28'J ; J3j.it Tennessee , Virginia and
Oeorgin , 221 ; Itichmoud and Allo
land , 105 ; miles to bo built by twenty
live other roads , 878.
In the section lying between th
Rockj' mountains and Mississippi rive
and north of the latitude of St. Louis
the numb"of miles is1,003. . Threads
roads contributing the greatest mini
borof miles aio aa follows : Tnio
Pacific , 1,000 ; Dmivernnd JtioClinndv
r.50 ; Atlantic and Pacific , -U)0 ) ; Ohicn
go , Hurlington and Quincy ( Uejuibl
canYallcy lines and Denver extei
sion ) , 301 ; Northern Pacific , ; .30j St
Paul , Minneapolis and Manitoba ( esti
mated ) , 3t')0 ) ; Chicago , Milwaukee an
St. Paul , L'oO ; Sioux City and Pacific
120 , Chicago and Noithwistern ( estimated
mated ) , 100 ; miles to bo built by thir
icon other toads , ft 12 ,
In the section between the llocky
mountains and the Mississippi live
and south of the latitude of St , Louis
the number of miles is 4,110 , disliib
utod among twonty-oiBht roads aa fol
lows : Foil-Worth and Denver Cily
350 ; Texas and St. Louis , 300 ; St.
St , Louis aid San Francisco , 28 ! ; Gal
vcnton , lliiuisburg a.id San Antonio
275 ; Kansas City , Spiingliold am
Uicmphis , 275 ; Noithoin Pacific , 250
St. Louis , Iron Mountain and South
urn ( Knoebol to Louisiana slate line )
250 ; Austin and Nurthwesteri
( estimated ) ; 200 ; Dallas Trunk
200 ; New Oi leans Pacific , 108
Now York , TOXHB and Mexican ( llich-
mend to Hrosvnsvilli' ) , 150 ; Chicigo
Tovas and Mexican Centi.d ( Dallas to
Foith Smith , estimated ) , 100 ; Alch
ison , Topela and Santa Fo , 150 ; TUVIH
Muxican ( piopoaed line , Sail Diego U
Houston , L'stnu.itcd ) , lf > 0 ; Texas
Pacific , 115 ; Houston , Eastern inn
Western 'L'exaa ( I'stimated. ) 100
Sabine I'ass and Texas Noitheru
( estimated , Marshall to Sablino Pass )
LOO ; Missouri , Kansas and Texas,100
St. Loma , Texas and Gulf'of Mexicc ,
100 ; Texas \\estern ( llouaton r.m
Fiediiricksbutg , ( estimated ) , 100
miles to bu built by eight other loade.
In the section west of the Kockj
mountains the number of miles is 510
to bo built as follows : Oicgon i.iil-
way and navigation company , 271
California and Oiegon , 150 ; Califor
nia and Southern , 110.
In thu foregoing statistics raiiroai
projects ni Canada , Mexico , and Gen
tral America are omitted , and in the
present condition of
UNEXAMPLED API IVITV ,
when now projects are springing into
lifoo\ery week , it must bo obvious
that the number of miles off road now
absolutely in piogiess , or for \vlucl
the money has alioady been engaged
will constitute only a modeiate paii
of the entire number of miles to bo
constructed before the close of 1882
Tlio average cost of completing rail
road.i in the whole country may be ea
timatecl at 820,000 per nnlo ; but this
inuaua the amount of cash etpondi'i
on the work , whirh is considerably
less than the amount of cipital caller
for on the companies' bonus. Several
of the most piommunt lailroid loans
have been nmkoted by the banker.- ) ,
taking them at 10 per cent , advance
on the pi ices paid by them to the cofu
panics. Thus , for each $1,000 ol
bonds issued , the company rC'
ceives $000 in cash. Agaiiii
the constiuction per mile does
not include equipment , and , al
things tixKcn intoconbiderationinclud
ing tunnels , bridgea , extraordinary
grading , etc. , ibis a moderate estimate
to say that every mile of railroad buili
and equipped calla for an average out
lay of at least of 325,000. The roads
therefore , already undertaken , rritl
track to bo laid thereon between Goto
borl , 1881 , and December 31 , 1882 ,
will coat , with equipment , about § 307-
000,000.
From January 1 to October 1 of fho
current year there is a record of 5,031
miles of new load built , and an esti
mate of 10 per cent , additional , which
would make the actual mileage 5,84(1 (
to October 1. This , at the rate of
25,000 per milo for road and equip
ment , would have cost $140,000,000.
Bradford , Pa.
Thoi. Filchan , liradfonl , 1'a. , writes :
" 11'iiclrrtt' nioiiuy for SIMUMI Bi-ovjQji , as
1 fc.iid 1 would if it cured mp. My dyppup-
( iii lius vanished , with all its ByinptoniH.
Many thniikh ; I sliall novvr lie without it
in the liouso. " Piico CO cuntu , trial bot-
tloa 10 ctiitn. 17uodlw
jy.vu.icn. Saivo.
The best salvo intho world for outs ,
bruises , sores , ulcers , salt rhouin ,
fever sores , tetter , chapped hands ?
chillblains , corns and all kinds of
skin eruptions. This salvo ia guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price ,
25c per box. For sale by
r" tt McMuioN , Omaha.
IS & HILL ,
REAL' ESTATE BROKERS
No. 150U Jt'uriiliaiu Street ,
xXs i.i - - xcrasr-z.
h l < la oni > fir and Centra ! Motel.
aro.t'iniMK. . A. c. OAMIBXM ,
DOAHE& CAMPBELL ,
Attorneys-at-Lav/f
8 W COIU Til k DOUOMS 8TS.
v 1'r
BYRON REED & . CO.
, ou > nrr XHTAKLI-HIKO _
Eeal Estate , Agency A
IN NKIWAbKAg
Kiop a complete alwtrart of tltln to Heai
at In Omiuiaand Danifla countv , mavtf
LEGAL NOTICE.
FrandM II. Kntftbert and J. Leo KiMlcbcrt ,
ItfondanU. will takti notlco that on tlio llrr-t diy
funumar , 1K = 1 , Jinx Jlujcr and Adolph
tt'jor , a linn iloln ' lumlniKi an .Vnx Mojir I
Irothtr. filed their petition In thu DUtrlrt Court
Dou.'Ul Cuiiinj Ntbranka , aualimt Bald do-
otidantu , theoblw.t and piajurof uhkh are to '
oroeloto i lo'talniii'jrtva o uxcfiitod by thu du- II
unhntdto thu I'lalntiii ii | > on lot tlireo ( . ) ) , In
UUs'd odi.'ltlon , to ( InSeily ot Oinula , In Dunj ,
ai Cnin.tj , Jiuhranka , loneuru thn | ianiciitut
acerUIn jiroinNor ) unto ilatud April 1 , 1871 , for
ho nun of < hno hnmlrcil and HUVUII ) } il ht dot-
ariiUiidfortj ! < ht LentHpa > ablonlnt ) ilaju from
< t ihereol,1htl there Unow duo upon xiilil note
ami inort/aut ! Iho Hum ( it three hundrul and
oeniy. < > liht doilam un I fortj i Ixh' cunU with
ntereat thcnoriut tueltoper tout inr innum
rom tboiUtoof 'aid notv , and plalntllli pray
ar mlucree tlut defondanU bo rujulrud to pay
ho iumt > , or that mid | iren > l may bo told teat
at ! 0 the ( .mount fnunil ili.o Von am ruiulrcil
o atibwcr mill petition on ur before the 10th day
Jonuarv , A. U. 18b2 ,
UateU ot , li , Hal
.
lit fawniiKifco'TL'iL , Attornoys. nltcv.tult
Grentle
Who vrniit glossy , luxuriant ,
run ! Tivy irosscs oi abundant ,
Ijeunfittil Hnir must use
Ll'ON'S KATUA1RON. Thia
clcKnntt cheap artfclo always
mnWs Hio Ilaiir prow ft-ccly
nnd iiisfc > keens It from iallln ?
out , nn-csls and cures grayness -
ness , removes dandruff nnd
itching , wnkoa tlio Hnir
ntrong , giving it a curllns ;
( ctidoncy anil keeping it in
any desired posliitm. llenu-
finil , hcaUhy Hnlr is Iho sure
result ol' using KatbiUi-oii.
VWSSSSKSSSZZZS ! .
VA-.IO , u-i > Hop B ,
nlTiiliiKrroninnv I. .
jo nitii" > t'I'lf.1 ' ! l
inu un a bed Jf el.t
QitturJ
A Vxniii iroin MIII
' ! ! fornut IS Iclnn.
Rnlcl h
If you arc din .
phtff. hriuU
iilv c a k run !
NEVER Clicutar
it'i ( t m'ny Uflinrrrsts
your FAIL wru (
I Ifo. It linn „
onvcd hun- N 1
( iredo. , V Toronto , Onl.
Vfvtt tar liunif thu tnnst direct , ctcl | ! > cs % in
i afist line cantirctiiiK the ) ; r At ilotrojwlld , CHI
OAGO , nnd thn KASHRV , NOITII-KABTMU' , 'JLTi
mil HOUTII h\srtRN I.i.Mtd , wlilrh torinir.r.totlicro ,
ittl KlNHlH CUV , I.1UHNWOKTII , AltHltON
3oujic.ii , l'iuyi"j a-iil OuATUi the Couvi-stiAi
imtn \ \ > > ' , L [ : rmlixto
EVERY LINC OF ROAD
that penetrate * the f'oatinent from tlio lllsiour
HUcr tu the I'acinc Slon | ) . Ilia
OmOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
OTFKJ RAILWAY
t thu only Hnu frcra Chcftin ! owning trcck l-ito
Kanitvi , or wili.li ! , bv IM oun ro-u ] , roachni the
ix > lntu nl)0o nmncJ , No tRAMiKBrts iir CAunuoit
No Mu iva oo > si > crioNBl No hudillinec In lit
icntilalptlar uncluin cars , us ovcrv ivumcnKcr In
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated coachon
upon Knfit Uxpri/w Trains.
DATC\WJ of nnrhakxl maprnlllccnce , PULLMAN
I'AI-ACH SLKiriiiii CAM. and outownworld-f.imouii
it" , uiv > n whlc.li mcaln arc aor\vl of un
Lxccllvncc , at the low rate of SxVMTr
FINK Crnrt 3AUI , withpmplo tlmo for hoalthfu !
tnJojTiicnt.
ThrDtiuh Cftrs between Chlcafro , Poorla , Mil
waukcc and Jl , oiirl Itivcr i'oluts ; and clone con
tloiii ] at nil i > oliita of intersect Ion with othc
roadt.
Wo ticket file not forgot this ) directly to atr \
ilicc of ImiKirrAnco In K&niuui. Kolirasl.n , KUick
llllh , Wjonitn , Utah. Idaho , No\n < ln. CallfornU
On'gun , Vas lillrtonl1erritory ) , Colorado , Arizona
tnil Nm > lluxlco.
An liberal nrramromcntu rcffardinir bn axe an
any other line , and ratcaof faro cluajA full ow a
compclltara , who furnish hut a Utho of the com
ort ,
DoRonnd tackloof Hiiortstuen frpo.
TiclicUi. ina ) > 8 and folders nt all priicl ! ] > i
ofllcuf ) in th United .States anil Canada.
It. II , CAHI.K , K. NT. JOHN ,
Vlco I'rcs t it Oon , Gen. Tkt
Manauvr. < 'hluuro
Sionx City & Pacific
THE BIOUX CITY ROUTE
Kims n Solid Train 'llirou-h ( from
Couiicil Bluil'e to St. Paul
Without Cliaiigo Time , Only 17 Hours.
IT IH
MILES TUB 8IIOIITEST ROUTK ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO BT. PAUL. MINNKAI'OLIS
OULin'JI OR BISMARCK ,
nd all polnto In Northern Icwa , Mlnno otA and
'altotIhbllnu (3 ( f < iuiipoil ) with tha ImprOMd
r'futliiKhoiiBo Automatic Alr-lirako anil lllllci
latform Counlcr 0id Jiuffcr ; nnd for
OPKII > , 8AKKTY ANII COMKOP.T
3 iinmirpasscil. Pullman Calaco Slccplnir Car
un through WITHOUT UIIANUK bttwccn Kali
ma City and Ht. Paul , via Council liluiru anil
loux City ,
Tralnn Icavo Union Pncldo Tranifcr at Conn-
il nitilN , nt 1-'M p. in. il.illj on arrival of Kanum
Ity , St. Juscjili and Ooniull lllulli train fioni
hofaonth. ArrlilnfcatHlouxClty 11.35 p. m. ,
rid at thu NLW Union Uijiot at Ht. Paul at 12.20
oon.
KN UOUKS IN ADVANCK 01" ANY OTI1KII
IIOUTK.
ntmlior In Ukluff llm filoux City Ilouto
lliroiiKh Train. Thu Hhorlmt Line ,
io QultJ.ul 'liniu and a Comfortable llldu In thu
'hrout'ti i urn littwten
COUNCIL 1ILUKKS ANI ST. PAUL.
( tarhco that jour Till eti Ked \la the "Sioux
, t > and Pnclllc Kullioad. '
J. H. WATfLKH. J. Jl , HUCIIANAH
SuporintLiidcnt. Otn'l Pa. , Ajtout.
P. K. JIOJIINSO.V , Aw't ( Hn'l I'M' . A 't ,
Hlifhourl Vnlky , Iowa.
J. It. O'llHYAN , Boithwi torn > VKont.
_ _ Council llluffM. Iowa
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
Sure Cure Found at Last !
No Oito Neotl Suffer I
A nurouiro for Illlnd , Dlvedlnx , Itchlni ; and
Jlccritixl 1'ilcB liaa IJLCII dUtoicrul by Jr. Wil-
lain , ( an InUiari ri.int.dy , ) calltxl Dr. WIIIIam'H
idlan Oliilincnt. A HitiKlo box haw cured the
orntrhrontc CWIID of LKor S0)cara utAiidln , ! < o
no IK oil lufTcr flvu mlnutcu alter npplylni ; tlili
onilcr/iil / Hoothliii ; mtdklno , I.otlonu , limtrii.
lonta and ihttiuilui do nioro harm than uood ,
'IllUin'dUliitiniut ahvnbu tlio tumors , ulhjj
ho intumr Itching , ( liartlnilaaly fit nlfht nlkr
L-ttlni : warm In l.ciljuctn OJ ) ajioultlio , tfvm In.
ant and italnkwi rclltf , and lapripmil only for
'llm. lulling of Iho prliute parti , and for rioth
Jf lllHO ,
Hfadulut the lion J. U Ocllinbcrr > of Cloto-
and a > n about Dr. Willlam'H Indian I'llo Olnt-
icnt : I htt\oni > 'J storm ol 1'llot turt1 * , and It
lords mop LMiiti tOHiy thru Unit never found
Othln 'wolch ( 'no mail imniu 'Uto ami pcnna-
ont n-IItf rirt Ur Wll lain'x InOlun Olntinont
Kor Balu bj all Jrn il < itd or inalltd on rttclpt of
rlcu , l V > .
HENRY & CO. , Prop' . ,
Cl.MTLAMJ , OHIO ,
Tor nal by C , I' Goodman.Cl.MTLAMJ
Ol tl Ml ( wlHru onwl v
O. F. Manderson ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
- -
< 2 Kirntum Bt. , Ooiaba H
No Changing Oars
OMAHA & OSifO ,
fl hero ( llr t raniiKUtm ito 1111 Ic with Thtovial
' .IV.IU'hStl C'AIl LUJiafor
SKV Y UK , 1'OSTON ' ,
IIAI.'liJiOr.K ,
\VASHISGTON
AKI ) At.ti WRTI.UN UIIS.
The Sheri ; Line via. Feoria
< ll IS'niAVAPOMS , CINCINNATI ,
V1L1.K , MiiUlllMlnU In the
Tilt HMT MN
For ST. LOUIS ,
Wh-ito illrcct Wiiiifctious ire miilo in the Ifiilon
I timfor ALLl'CM.NTU
? H5
8/ LINE nDES mum
TUB KAVonm : IIOUTK vou
Rock Island.
Tlio nnnrtnlril liiiluccnu-alo o'.fittd bj tbla Hno
to tnv * olcra MVtoiirl \ ts Ate n * fol ! < w. :
PI LILIAN (111 ( wheel ) 1'ATMOK
hl.Kl.PISO CAUH run enl > an thin line 0. , II
& V PAI.AOK iltAWINd I500M OA IIS , with
llotwn's llitllnlii I'linln. ' . No i vtrichiriro for
sintfln IHiIlnlnc CiuliH Mho IMIUMI- . , M. k
IJ rnliui Dining Oars Gor i-oua HnioMiiic Ctu < i
llttcil ltli lUjr.ni. hlih K-iukixl ruttin roxoMnij
chain , for the cvclunl\o uioo ! IHht d.isM | uu ( li
ters.
ters.aittl Truck anil Mipcrlot c < | al ) > ! iit fllllll o
HU ttulr pjrat Ihroiitfli cir ntnn oincnt , m"Kit
thl ! > . alii\a all ohtrs ! , tlio l.i\orltc rutitu totno
, Hciu'h ntiil toiUica t.
Tr ) It , ninlo \vlll IliiJ tm\c1lnii luxury In
til n' n illsi-uinlait.
riitoiuh tkkitilo Ihh ccMirakil line for wk
At nil olhi.M In Iho lli'ltc.1 HUaijj niul iiuiix < U ,
All Inlon.i vtlon ni.'at mti'B ol Inro , Slutilng
Car ouiinu-UtlonH , lin.c Tnlilip , etc. , lll ) ) f
cluerluUy il > on 1 } appljlnv to
pjucvAt : ,
oiiiiur Au'int ,
' J. IWIKH ,
On. Mnnnt'ir OeilctKO
Mary J. Holmes.
.lii t imlillihcil' Madeline. A i < | iltiiillil new
IIOM ! lij Miw M suJ. . Ilnt/JK" , ulotn ) nol l
sell M ) Liioriuoukl , ninln.ro rml niul ru n u
uitli tiuli lulcrest , lliautlfull } liuiuiil , 1'tlci'
.V >
, * AlsiliamKomo no ulltlonsoJIr Holmes
othn vork"Tiini > 'tt an Snimliliii' , l.i'im
lli\i.r' . IMIth I , ) lo , I MiiaUrimniii ? , MaumGrcj
\\isl Lauii , 1'urtbt lluusu , itu , i to.
ALSO , SOLI ) UY AIU llOOKSUI.l.r.US :
W3AY AGNES FLEMING.
A Changed H'Mrt. Anothir lutctiMl ) Inter
cstlni ; no\i'l li } MAnvKH I'I.KMIMI , nutlior o
thoiii injiitil no\iU Ouy I'.irltLOiirt'BVllo , /
WonilcrlulVoinui , JUil Jlurrlas'iSlltnt ant
True , lost torn Woman , etc. Ikautlfull ) bauiul
price , 81.00.
Q. W. CARLETON & CO. ,
OatZMcoiHiii. 1'uMIshcm , N. Y. City ,
B880. SHORTJJNE. 1380.
KANSAS CITY ,
St , Joe & Council Bluffs
u run ONIT
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND THU KAbT
From Omahuand the West.
Ho cbingn of ci.rn botuicn Ouuha and at.
and but ono between OMAHA and
NKW YOUK.
Daily PassengerTrains
RXACMIhU AUj
nASTEUN AKU tVr.STiilK : CITflM with LKS
CIIARUK& anil IN ADVANCK of ALL , '
OTHKH LINIA
This ontlrn line la equipped with Pullman1
PAlace Sltcpiii } , ' CSirn , 1'alato bayCoicliri , Jllllor'
Safety I'Htlorin r.nd Coujilor , and the ttlobratuJ
tiiixhouoJ Alr-brakc.
rii.a that > our tickoS rtads VIA nANSAS
r.UT. JOhBI'H ti COUNCIL UUJrTH ] tall
roail , > la hi. Jo.n | ih niul St. lanli ,
liclicta for Halo at all uiuiwn Bt/.tlomi In the
West. J. K. HAKNAIIO ,
, \ > 0. DAWE3. Oin. Suiit. , M. Jo oih | , MoJ
acn. I'AFjt. and Tickit AKI. , bt. Joncph , io.
| AJfDV ISuKiixv , 'Ikktt AKcnt ,
1023 Karrihani uttcit.
A. B. IlAUNilU" Cluncrai Aunt ,
OMAHA. NB
J.P.ENGLISH ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
310 Bouth Thirteenth Street , with
' M. .Ar'oolworth. .
MRS. A. L. BBRUQUIST
IfMforiila Mm. I' . 0 , Kello ? ( , ' ' " TrailorlnKan
.oin , 'IhruiiL'h lii'tructlon In t oArtofHmt
ill IbH Hbttm , I ndli iliilrJnir
It I"K t' " tun in fioui the lutoit 1'rc.ncli ijLMirn'i
an IUIMI thu material cut , Initcd anJ drP | > ul lit
Viry rcasonablo prLiB , ullhuKinrvnlteof | x.r >
octllt. Haiti tummi ! from 811 toylj 18th Ht , ,
up htalrn. / > ' ) fillin
Candies Nuts Fruits Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
N. P. JENSEN'S
RESTAURANT
rAnd Confectionery !
410 lObh St. , OMAHA , NBB.
rANOYffm CAKES , &C.A8PEQIALTY
GRAND UPSWING I V
I'rofocHor I'lther , ( from bt. l/niln ) Danelnb Ac-
adcni ) , Standard Hallcor riflttilth and Karri-
inn , Tnoidny eVcnlnn , hcpti-nihtr tth.
"lauHov for i/i'lier * and ( Jentlumon uomincncln
in.iuliy tMiilnj ; hiptiinhcr Oth ; ela ) ciwlor
limed and Mantorii , loininencln , ' Halurdjy alter
oonftt 4 o'clftk , Clanenfor r'ainllloa , n III ho
rrurueil to nult the hoiiorahlo pntronn. Also
lallet danelnean ho tnn ht ,
TcrniH liberal , and pvifeu aatlsfaetlon to nuio ) .
rj ( tuaraiiked rrhutulnntruitloiH wll > och-
nattlio Danelurf AeiJuny or ut the ntjldentv
of tlio patioin ,
1'rliato ordoi oj eo le atila * llujer &
liro'ii * " > : t ° - "
B. D. MCLAUGHLIN ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
And Notary Public.
oelc , O < o lte P
THIS 1CHW A.n > COJttRECT . "
t rtMiAj jryonrt nvj rrnsnn.ihln rii tot ! Hi tti- ?
CHICA&D & NORTH-WESTERN R'V
1M i MUdoi tin. bi'OiX < for j on tnl.tku vvlirn Irnvcllnc ; iiionl''rnitci'Uim ' YIUKI-IT.
Chicago nd all crtho Principal Points In Iho West , North and
JIM fui v o nuiiiiit1il | Vnp Tlif rilik'ifjnl ( . 'Itdof lite A\ < t ii > uriiRf
onthliro-ul , Its Hi roil KlJ Itnln ? ni'iku rlosu connrcllouu wllh ijiatrulnaol
jinutloii | ionli !
THE CHICAGO & . NORTH'WhSTERH RAILWAY ,
Over ll oriNtirlnpliuil 'hiM.Tntu c.ir Ii wnv ilallv from two to lour or mow I'ttlS.
it.iuis. u iitiuMinlj lo.ul uost df C'hicagtitiiai'ntsliio
The imperial Palace Dining Cars.
. .
' ' * ' ' I'V'i * * < J'M"IUIH1 I IIIVi .1 lilt ) ( til 1 1 * ' * VIMlll Dttt * Hi ! t11 Oil I ' \ 1 1 1 l * *
i Is ovi-r llilH ioail .iro suhl by nil Coupon TloUtt Atcnti ; In Itio LvltuU SUHM
>
llomomlier loji-sl ; for Ticket" ) % latliUronilliosurotlipj-ro.i(1 ( o\cplti\nil take nr.n
liAUVIN lll'UIHTricti'UlUiaiorOlilcaio. ; ! ; ; . W. 11. Sl .N. > KtI , Ovn'l I'nss. Ajicut , O
HAUIIV P. DtfCt , TioVnt A.-oui 0. .U N. W. lUttw-vj . IH'i aril Km l-n u strcoU
I > i : . KIMI1AU * . Ax hUvitTlcht't AirontO. & N. VV. lutlwu , ) Uh an.l I nrnham ntrooU
J. lllll.l , , Tkkiit A oul 0. A N. W. ItMlvra ) , U. P. II. It IM'Jt.
8AMKST. OltAUK tiem.nlffout. .
dive tlie Bargains
-IN ALL KINDS 0V
TOT7rySTi5
WD
WATCHES , CLOCKS ,
SILVERWARE , SOLID
AND PLATED WARS
AND DIAMONDS.
A Pricoa thtifc Suit AnyOnstornor Who Boally "Wishoa a First-
Olasu Artiolo.
STAR TINTED SPEOTAOLES
Are also Sold Exclusively by us.
ALSO WESTERN AGENTS
. tr FOR THE
SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CQ.'S ORGANS.
EDHOLM & ERIOKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office ,
MAX MEYER & BRO , ,
the Oldest Wholesale and
Retail Jewelry House in
Omaha. Visitors can here
find all novelties in Silver
Ware , Clocks , Rich and
Stylish Jewelry , the La
test , Most Artistic , and
Choicest Selections in
Precious Stones , and all
descriptions of Fine
Watches at as Low Prices - .
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Fam-
lam Streets
MAX MEYER & BRO.
LA MJIiiMi c5 Mil ,
. 3SC
Tins LEADING
IN TUB W1BTI
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Organs manufactured.
Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufaltun
and Dealer.
Pianos and Organs sc'
for cash or installments i
Bottom Prices.
A SPLENDID stock i
Steinway Pianos , Kna'uo
Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Warreu ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not fail to see us before pnr-
chasme1.
Of the Very Latest Styles.
FOB LADIES , GSM AM CHILDREN.
-TA-
MRS. HUBERMANN'S ,
tOth Stroofc , but , Oapitol A.vonuH and Davonporfc. Furs made
to order nnd R norinon ntlvdOi > f > lOt
fCl VjtVJM JR njplQM * W *
jR mf AK.Ii
WIJOMMALK AND ilKTATb DKALIIll IN
lax aa naifjyrfa fffffSJJ ) ejvr < itair5 ; .
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS ,
JWSTA1K AOKNl KOIt 111LWAUKKK ,
Hear Union Pacific Depot , , OMAHA. , NEB