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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 30 , Ia8l.
AT MULLAN TUNNEL.
The Spot Where the Northern Poclflo
Is Piercing the Hocky Mountains.
Helen * ( Mi. ) timid , December M.
A Hornld representative yoatordny
nccoptod MI invitation to vail Million
pass and inspect the work of piercing
the Continental llnckbono now in
active progress at thnt point. A reserved -
served sent in his comfortable road
ivanon wns placed at the reporter's
\ disposal by Division Euginoor Dodge ,
and in the company of that gentle *
men and Contractor James Muir the
start from Helena WAS made at 0
o'clock , a. in. The morning was
bright and bracing , and the genial rays
of an unclouded sun shed their gr to-
fnl warmth athwart the party's autumn-
clothing backs. A brisk drive of two
hours and ton minutes over a smooth
ly beaten road by way of Seven-Mile
and Greenhorn landed the party a lit *
ilo after 11 o'clock at Mullan , the rail
road hamlet of a dozen houses , reared
within the past few weeks a short dis
tance from and a hundred foot below
the eastern entrance of the tunnel
bore. The building plant includes
substantial and roomy loc houses for
for boarding and lodgitu- purposes ; in
tended to accommodate 100 men , a
largo oflice and storage structure ,
engine house , machine and black
smith shops powder house , etc.
From the engine house , where busy
workmen are rapidly getting the boil
ers , air compressors and general ma
chinery in place , a climb of eighty
feet roaches the tunnel site. Hero as
many men as can now bo employed to
dvantago are driving hand drills and
Tunning cars and barrows from the
broad cut to the brow of the eighty-
foot fill , over which t tumbles the
broken rock blasted from the moun
tain side. The arched -tunnclway ,
sixteen foot in breadth , describes a
graceful dome curvituro , beneath
which the working force are already
securely sheltered from possible visi
tations of stonn and cold.
Just how the discovery of a aito so
favorable in all respects for overcom
ing the mightier obstacles of the Main
Range came about is clothed in some
myst ery. The particular point chosen
from which to commence the piercing
of the mountains is reached by rugged
approaches which only the cleverest
engineering skill , apparently , could
hope to surmount. Over the rugged
foothills and rocky spurs the survey
ors found their way , resting finally at
the base of a depression which instru
mental investigation showed to bo the
lowest in the Rocky mountain chain.
Beneath this depression , but a short
distance south of the point
where Capt. Mullan cut his road
and nearly three hundred loot below
the summit at its lowest and narrow
est elevation , the tunnel stakes wore
driven. The spot itself and near
locality are hidden by dense ever
green timber growth. Within loss
than a quarter mile of the aito the
bright waters of Greenhorn , rippling
over their pebbly bed past us , are left
to the right and we turn abruptly into
a narrow tributary gulch , down which
comes a lively little rivulet , stream
and road are lost a little ways on in
the thickly studdied pine and fire
trees interlocking their branches on
either side and extending up to the
solid base and over the .pinnacled
heads of the range.
From the tunnel mouth a land
scape ponarama is spread out un
equalled for grandeur and stretch of
vision jnjthe Rooky Mountain system.
The mightiest and the 'most 'magriifi-
font of Nature's handiwork is seen
from this lofty oyrie. Within the
sweep of vision are the Main Rocky
Chain , the craggy spires of its many
spurs , the fnet-hills reaching down to
the valley of-the Prickly Pear , the
Belt range fifty miles to the east , the
Spokane Gap , through which' the
track will cumo from the Missouri to
Helena , and much of the towering
mountain lifts south , timbered in
green to their tops. To' the tourist
shortly will bo spread this matchless
scenic picture , about which a deal of
fine frenzy is sure to bp expended in
admiration and description in the
years to come.
It is a toilsome tramp of the as
cending part of the milo and a half to
cross the summit to the west side
camp of the tunnel plant. Hero a
force of men are cutting logs and
erecting buildings in kind , number ,
size , etc. , much like those in usoon
the east side. The western outlet of
the tunnel is marked by a cutting
which will bo advanced by hand labor
until the machine equipment is de
livered. At an intermediate point on
the tunnel line , 700 hundred feet from
the west end-a shaft is being sunk 130
foot , from the bottom of which work
will be prosecuted in both directions.
In a comparatively short time three
separate forces of men , numbering
some 200 in all , will bo exclusively
engaged on tunnel work.
The visiting people at Mullan , en
couraged by the delightful weather ,
have increased in number recently ,
and Mr. Morrison , who does the
catering there and supplies entertain
ment to all-comers , has been obliged
to extend and enlarge his house.
Everybody who goes up to the moun
tain is sure to bo an hungered crea
ture , and Mr. M. bountifully attends
to his wants. Wo easily picture
scores of citizens thronging out to
Mullan the coming spring ana sum
mer It is a delightfully wild and
romantic place. It is bound to be
come the resort of all others here
abouts for excursion , picnic parties ,
etc. The drive u over one of the
best roads in the country , and the
round trip IB easily made inside of
On the return to town , Bogineer
Dodge pointed out the configuration of
the mountain approaches over which
the railroad line has been run , Sur
veyor Gheabrough and party were dis
covered "in the field" above Down-
houor's , running a "double horse
shoe , " which Col. Dodpro conceives
can bo substituted to advantage for the
trestle bridge originally projected to
span Skelloy's gulch , as also the 1100
foot tunnel further down on Seven
Mile. A few days will toll the story.
Tlio Hennepln Canal Project.
The Honnopin canal central com
mittee has pronarod a memorial to
congress presenting thn reasons why
the proposed waterway between the
Mississippi river and the Illinois and
Michigan canal should bo constructed
at the earliest day possible. The doc
ument is too long for insertion entire
in our columns , but wo condense the
material portion of the data
The proposed canal would connect
the Mississippi river at a noint near
the Island of Rock Island with the
Illinois and Michigan canal at llcnno-
pin , on the Illinois river , thus furn
ishing water communication from the
Mississippi to the chain of lakes at
Chicago. According to surveys made
in 1870 , by order of the war department -
mont , the entire cost of the proposed
work , including navigable feeder of
thirty-eight miles and canal sixty-five
miles , was $3,899,723 , and the com
mittee estimates that the cost of labor
ami material would be probably less
by 25 per cent , now than then. The
northwestern states produced in 1871' '
1,200,000,000 bushels , or 70,000,000
tons of grain , beside one-half of the
live-stock product of the United
States. It was estimated by a senate
committee in 1873 that the saving on
water transportation over railroad
transportation waa one-half a cent per
ton per mile. The distance from the
Mississippi at Rock Island to Chicago
is 180 miles. This would give 90
cents per ton as the saving. Admit
ting only this saving on ono half of
the crop of grain of the North west for
the year named , and a saving would
bo effected of § 31,500,000 in. one
year's crop , or more than eight times
enough to construct the proposed
canal. This estimate is only on one
item of freight one way.
From Chicago to Now York there
is a competing water-way the whole
dis nco. The water route is 1,500
miles long , while the railroad routes
are only 1,000. The charges over
this distance are usually only a little ,
if any , more in the aggregate than is
charged for 180 miles west from Chicago
cage to points where there are no
competing wator-wajs. Thus , as the
distance by the shortest route is more
than five times greater , consequently
the charges per milo are five times
as great where there is no water com
petition. The committee , in conclud
ing the presentation of their case , say :
Wo fully recognize the value ot
railroads , and wo do not desire to
drive them out of the carrying trade ,
if wo could. The fact that GO per cent
of the shipmontsbotwcon Chicago and
Now York are made by railroad , even
at the low competing rates of that
route , show conclusively that it would
bo impossible to do so if wo should
While your memorialists recognize
the importance of the Mississippi route
of transportation , audits improvement
to the extent required for commercial
purposes , in the interest of cheap
transportation , they must still suggest
the patent fact , that the bulk of
the trade of the Northwest must , for
many years to come , at least , find its
chief ) outlet east. This , not only for
the reason that the principal foreicn
import trade is established at eastern
ports , but that the' goods distributed
through the northwest are mostly of
eastern manufacture , hence freightage
for both homo and foreign transit can
be found both ways , making low
rates ana a certain market possible at
This appeal , of which the fore
going is only an outline , coming from
representative business men from all
the states and territories of the north
west , is entitled to careful considera
tion by congress , and we believe such
consideration will bo given it.
THE FRENCH WAY.
How Onitean Would bo Tried in
. , .
The French 'way 'of conducting the
trial of the murderer Guiteau may bo
stated with brevity :
The murderer being presented in
court , the judge would have addressed
Judge Ha , miscreant ! You mur
dered our good president. He had
done no wrong. , His wife and chil
dren mourn ; his country has lost him.
Your past life has boon traced. You
are a scoundrel. What can you have
to say ?
Prisoner I was impelled by the
Deity to remove the president. It was
not a personal matter. Some of our
politicians wore abusing the president ,
and for the sake of peace the Deity
put it into my head to remove him.
The Deity did it , not I. as I was but
Judge Miserable ! Then you plead
insanity. Take the wretch to prison ;
summon a commission of exports in
diseases of the mind to make a per
sonal examination of the culprit and
report to-morrow whether ho is re
sponsible for his acts.
The commission would have been
found and the report made without
more than ono day's delay.
The ropwrt would have boon that
the miserable know enough to know
that murder was a crime ; that his pre
tense of irresponsibility was the lost
resource of a desperate wretch.
That would have been the proper
end of the trial. Lawyers' speeches
by the day to befog the case would
not have been permitted.
The mouth of the murderer , if ho
had attempted to gabble insults , would
have been stopped by the judge. The
idea of feasting the scoundrel in jail ,
and running after him for autographs ,
and flattering him by taking a cast of
his horrid head , could not have been
entertained for a moment.
Freedom for his blackguard tongue
to have full awing day after day ,
loaded with foulness toward honest
witnesses and decent people in gen
eral , would have b en an Insufferable
The judge would have oallpd up the
murderer on the th'rd occasion of hii
appearance in the court , and without
wasting words without any foolish
ness of display or rhetoric or senti
ment sentenced him to death.
No time vrould have been fixed for
the execution. A few days , perhaps ,
would have passed , during which the
condemned could have boon visited
by a scientific paper r two , to make
euro that the wretch was not an irre
sponsible maniac , and for the formal
ity of an application to bo made for
the mitigation of the sentence.
The reply to such an application
would have been a simple refusal , and
the day after , or , at farthest , the
third day , a huge block van would
have appeared about 2 o'clock in the
morning in front of the prison , and
in an hour the guillotine would hayo
boon in order and then the execu
tioner would have knocked on the
cell door of the murderer , with the
information that his time had come
and he must make his toilet of death.
That means a close shave and haircutting -
cutting , and a low-necked shirt.
While the preparations wore being
niado the murderer might have boot
allowed a cup of coffee , with purhnpi
a few drops ol brandy in it.
Half an hour audioes for the cere
mony of preparation. The services o
a venerable priest may bo had , Tin
iron gates roll open withoat noise
and the ghastly assassin is thrust for
ward and under the knife. AS coolli
and rapidly aa a hog is halullcd in tin
killing season at one of our porl
houses , and in the twinkling of an oyi
the heavy triangle of steel glides dowi
the ladder-like frame , hisses througl
the lieck , and strikes a rubber cushioi
with a low thud.
There is nothing in this process t (
cultivate the vanity of miscreants t <
become murderers no autograps , pho
tographs , phonography , and no model !
of heads by bogus artists , or big din
tiers , or double breakfasts , or correspondence
pondonco with female fools.
As the trial of Guitoau is conducted
it is the darkest disgrace that has
failed upon the American people since
the sale of black or yellow Vabies a !
auction ceased , and it will bo found tc
Imvo had a far-reaching demoralizing
inlltlencu ; ono that it will require all
there is of virtue and energy in the
character of our people to counteract
A Lady's With.
"Oh , how I do wish my skin was
as clear and soft as yours , ' said a lady
to her friend. "You can easily make
it soj" answered the friend "How ? "
inquired the first lady. By usim <
Hop Bitters , that makes pure , rich
blood and blooming health It did it
for mo , as you observe. " load of it.
Cairo Bulletin. D 15-Janl
The Different Mothodi.
S , P. Chronicle.
It is commonly supposed thatj un
der our institutions , the otHcial is the
servant of the people. This opinion
proceeds upon the theory that it is
the people who confer the ofticcs , and
that therefore the officials are amena
ble to them. Any one who has much
familiarity with men in the public pay
knows that public opinion is in error.
Our officials , as a rule , are absolutely
impervious to criticism , So long
as the charges against them are
not of a nature to bring them before
a grand jury they are as mum as oys
ters , evidently considering the com
munity an impertinent boast which
has no business to interfere with
their official acts , and whoso only
place in our governmental system is
to pay the taxes which provides the
fund for their salaries and for car
rying on their doubtful public ex
This is not as it should bo , and is
not as it is in an older and far bettor
regulated system of civil service than
that of the United States. In Great
Britain , when a respectful protest is
made , either in a newspaper or by a
body of citizens , it moots with courte
ous attention. From the London
Chronicle of a recent date wo extract
the following item , which forcibly il
lustrates the respect in which public
opinion is hold in England by high
The secretary of the admiralty pro-
Rents his compliments to the editor of
the Daily Chronicle and begs to in
form him that information has boon
received at the admiralty that the In
flexible , having been docked at Malta ,
was yesterday taken on the measured
mile there , realizing a moan speed of
13 8 knots , with a mean indicated
horse power of 7871 , her greatest
speed having boon 14,25 knots , with
horso-powcr of 8098. Admiralty , December -
comber 1 , 1801.
The Chronicle had boon comment
ing rather harshly upon the capabili
ties of the Inflexible , upon informa
tion which the editors believed to be
trustwor hy. As soon as possible the
English admiralty took the necessary
stops to convince the paper that its
strictures wore not just , and by so
doing promptly arrested an injurious
opinion which was rapidly gaining
In the United States things are
done differently. The alleged ser
vants of the people go on with a sub
lime indifference to all criticism.
Gco. Meredith , Jersey City , writes :
"Tho SPUING ISr.ossoM you sent rno had
tlio Imppjent effect on my daughter ; her
headache nnd deprc Hi < m of sniritnhi8 van
ished. She in again able to go to nchool.
and in as lively ns n cricket. I uliall cer
tainly recommend it to nil my friends.
Price CO cents , trial bottles 10 cents.
A Mistake 'Wan Mado.
Sin Fr nctco Chroniclo.
A young lady gave "her young man"
a beautiful worked pair of slippers
and ho acknowledged the present by
sending her his picture , encased in a
handsome framo. Ho wrote a note to
send with it , and at the same replied
to an oft-repeated dun for an unpaid
for suit of clothes. Ho gave a boy
ton cent's to deliver the package and
notes , giving explicit directions as to
the destination of each ,
It was a boy with a freckled face ,
and ho discharged his errand in a
manner that should give him tv niche
in the temple of fame.
The young lady received a note in ,
her adored ono's handwriting and flow
to her room to devour its contents.
She opened the missive with eager
fingers and road :
"I'm getting tired of your everlast
ing attentions. The suit is about
worn out already. It never amounted
much , any war , Please go to thun
der ! "
And th tailor waa struck utterly
dumb when he opened * parcel and
discovered the picture of his delin
quent customer , with a note that said :
"When you gaze upon the features ,
think how much I owe you. "
When the unfortunate young man
called around that evening to receive
the happy acknowledgment of his
sweetheart , ho was very ostentatiously
shoved ofl" the stops by the young
FARMERS AND MECHANICS.
If you wish to avoid great dangpi
and trouble , besides a no small bill
of expense , at this season of the year ,
you should take prompt stops to kcor.
disease from your household. Tlu
8 > 8tom should bo cleansed , blood
purified , stomach and bowels ropula <
ted , and prevent and euro disease *
arising from spring malaria. Wo know
of nothing tliat will so perfectly and
surely do this as Electric Bitten , ant ]
at the trifling cost of fifty cent a bet
tie. [ Exchange.
Sold by Ish & McHahon. (1) ( )
Who want glossy , luxuriant
and wary tresses of abundant ,
toantiral Hair most HBO
LION'S KAT11AIRON. This
elegant , cheap article aliravg
makes the llatr grow freely
and fast , keeps it from falling
ont , arrests and cnres grayness -
ness , romores dandruff and
Itching , makes the Hair
strong , glflng It A curling
tendency ana keeping it in
nny desired position. Bonn *
tiftil , healthy llulr Is the sure
result of using Kuttiuiroiu
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880 ,
KANSAS CITY ,
St , Joe &Coocil Bluffs
u mi IMLY
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND Til K EAST
From Omaha and the West.
No change ot cut between Omaha mid t > . uouli ,
and but one between OHAUA and
Dai ly PassengerTrains
EASTERN AND WESTERN CITIES with LESS
C1IAROE3 and IN ADVANCE ot ALL |
ThU entire line ! equipped with Pullmin'i
Palace Sleeping CM * , Pl co D y Coochwi. ilillcr'i
Safety rutlorm and Coupler , and the celebrated
that yeur ticket roade VIA nANSAB
CITY , ST. JOSEPH ft COUNCIL BLUFFS Ball.
road , via St. Joceph and St Ixmla ,
Ticket * tor wJe at all coupon itatloni In the
West J. F. DAHNAUO ,
A1 C. DAWE3 , Gen. Built. . St. Jo ph , Mo
Gen. Pasa. and Ticket Agt , Bt Joocph , Ho.
AUDI Bouwi , Ticket ARCnt ,
1020 Farnham ttrcet
A. D. BiUUkD General Agent ,
_ OlIAHA. NK
West for being the most direct , quickest , an
safest line connecting tlio irrctt Metropolis. CHI
OAQO , and the EASTERN , NORTti-KABTHRX , I curt
and SoUTH-Kjumum LINIB , which tcrmltiatobhero ,
with KANSAS Cm , LIAVUIWOKTII , ATOIIUON ,
COUNCIL Buirra and OMAUA , the Conn incut
Currww from which radiate
EVERY' LINE OF ROAD
that penetrate ! the Continent from the lllannrl
River to the Paclflo Slope. The
CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND & PA *
Ii the only line from Chicago owning track Into
Kaiuavcr which , by It * own road , roachcfl the
point * above named. NofiAKsriMiiT CARRIAOH !
NO MiMixa ooNKicmoKsl No huddling In UN
ventilated or unclean can , M every passenger Ii
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated ooachc *
upon Fait Expren Trains.
DAT CAU of unrivaled magnificence , PUIAMAH
PALAOB SLMrmo CAM. and ourownworld-famoui
DIHIKQ OAU , upon which moali are nerved ol un
surpassed excellence , at the low rate of SUVKKTT.
Fnt Cum IACII , with ample time for healthful
Through Can between Chicago , Peoria , Mil
waukco and Missouri River Points : and close con
noctlons at all point * ot Intersection with other
Wo ticket ( do not forget thli ) directly to every
place of Importance In Kansas. Nebraska , Block
Hills , Wyoming , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , California ,
Oregon , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arltonn
and New Mexico ,
As liberal arrangement * regard ! rfg baggage as
any other line , and rates of faro alwar p ajil'ow M
competitors , who furnish but a tlthcco the com
fort Doga and tackle of sportsmen free.
Tickets , mops and folden at all prlnclpa
offices In the united States aud Canada.
R. R. CABLE , E. ST. JOHN ,
Vice Prcfl't & Gen.Gen. . Tkt and 1 Wr Ag
Manager. Chlcaco Chicago.
PLAITING MAGHfflE !
DRESS-MAKERS' ' COMPANION ,
H pWt and prcswi perfectly one ya J pel
ItplalUfro.n MO of in Inch to 1 1-1 Inches In
width In the coanuit felta or llncit nllk- .
It dooa all kliidi nud .tylo < of plaiting In ueo.
No lady that doc bcr own drvM inakln ? can
Cord to do without ono M nice plaltlrjfc/U
D'icryoutof faitilon , If nn It nelti Itwtf. foi
Machine * , Circular ! cr Ajfcnt'i turini oddreu
OONGAR & 00. ,
113 4iaju ! St. , Chicago , 111 ,
OEO. W. KENDALL , , JL ent Omaha.
THE OJJIOTTAL !
. . PAYNTER ,
Corner 10th and Howard
OMAHA , NEB ,
Bates , Two Dollars For Day ,
WILL BUY AMD SELL
AMP AU , TE1JH1OT10H
oo * aoniD TUiBivrro.
Pay Taxee , Rent Houaee , Etc
IT TOO WUT tO * UT 0 * UUi
Oall at OAo , Eooa B , Ortlgbtoa Block , Omahi
No Changing Cars
OMAHA & CHICAGO ,
Where direct connection are ma < to with 1iush
BLKEl'INQ OAU LINKS for
NKW TQIIK. rtOSTON ,
AND ALL KABTKKN 1T1KS.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Eor INDIANAPOLIS , CINCINNATI , LOUIS
VILLE , anil all point * In the
mi KMT UNI
For ST. LOUIS ,
Whtro direct connections are made. In the Union
Depot with the Through Bleeping Car
Line * tor ALL POINTS
NEW LINE -DBS MOINES
THE KAVOHITK KOUTK FOR
The uneqvaled Inducement ! offered by thli lint
to traveler * and tourist * are an follows :
The celebrated PULLMAN (10-wheol ( ) PALAOK
BLKEPINO CAlia run only on thli line C , . I ) .
k O. PALACE . 'HAWING HOOM CAIXS , with
Hoiion'i Reclining Chain. No extra charge tor
eaU ID Reclining Chain. The tamoui 0. , II. ft
} . Palace Dining Oar * . Gorgeoui Smoking Can
fitted with elegant hlxh-backod rattan revolving
chain , lor the exdualro ute ot flnt-claai panen >
ton.Steel Track acd niporlor equipment comblrnl
with their gjeat through car arrangement , miku
Jill , above all othon , the favorite rout * to toe
ioai , South and Boiithooat
Try It , and jou will nnd traveling a Ininry ID-
Btostl ot a discomfort.
Through ticket ) \la thli celebrated line lor nle
at all olliccs In the United State * and Canada.
All nformatlon about rates ot tare , Sleeping
Car accommodation ) , Ttuio Tables , etc. , will bw
cheerfully given by appl ) linr to |
PERCEVAL LOWELL , )
( General ' ' " onxer Agent , Chicago.
- J. POTTER ,
Oi-v 'Uanacer Chicago.
EAST - INDIA
ILER ft CO. ,
Sole Manufacturers , OMAHA ,
CORNICE WORKS !
C. SPECHT ,
' 1213 Harney Street ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
ftlLTiHBH ) ION
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
TIN , IRON g SLATE ROOFING ,
Speoht'a Patent Metalic Sky-
Patent Adjustable Ratchet Bar and
I am the general State Agent lor the above
Ine of goods ,
Qreitlngs , Oaluitradei , VerandatJOffloa and
Dank Railings , Window and Cellar
Guard I ; nlio
Peerion and Hill Patent Inildo Blind ,
VICTOR'S RESTAURANT ,
1O16 Farnhttm Street.
Oyetcrf , Chopi and Game Cooked .to O'der ,
And Served Under Penonal Supervltlon of
rae * IIIB. urwwii
BYRON REED & CO ,
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete abstract ol title to fteai
t Utn In Omaha an I > ouirla CO intT. maTtf
BOGGS & HILL
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 1508FarnIuua Strtot ,
Omoi Nnr.h ulilo ono. dranil Contra ) Hotel
Matter of Application of llennunMeytr |
fur Liquor LIceiiwo ,
Notltolslicrtljy t'Ui'ii thnt Herman llevirdld
unonthu Wlulayof DoccmtHr , A. 1) , , IbHI , lilt
hUtU'l'llcatlon ' to the M ) era il City Councl ol
Oinulia , for llc n o to null Malt , Hilrltuoim | and
VlnoiM M'IUOM. at 207 Houtli 13lli Street. Third
Ward , Ouutlia Neb , , from tliu lut day of Jatm <
cry. 11542 , to the luth day ot April , ItdZ ,
It there bo no objection , remojinlraiico or pro-
tott fllod within two v.tck rom Uoccwboriaili ,
A. D. . 1B81 , the said llceiiw ) will bu itrantud ,
HKBUAN MKUIH ,
Tim DIILT Hun newtpapcr will publUh th
abovu notlcu for two wooki at the expont of tin
applicant. Tlio City of Croatia b not to tx
charged thereYrlth. 1. J. L. C. J KWKTT ,
I VecK-lZt. City ( .Ink ,
* , . jojonrt nny rox'oimlilo question that tli *
CHlCAGiO & NORTH-WESTERN
> jy Ml cdrts tbo be * K > \ t lot you to tnkoYfhpn ttnvcllngju cither rtltectlon tvjtwcep f
Cilciio ! | ; and all of the Principal Points In the West , North and Northwest
- iTI'ft Wndpol ClllMot thoAVcitMid NorthwtM dh-Mfton
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The Imperial Palace Dimng Cars.
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ARJI.I IllQUHT.Qcun Manager , Chicago , * . W. U. STBNXBTT.Oen'irass. Apont , ( JUIc r
UAURV P. DUEL. Ticket Airenl 0.'A N. W. Hallway. 14th nnd Paiaham itreot * .
D. R. KIUIIAI.L , AnUtent Ticket Aitonk 0. A N. W. lUllway , Uth nd Farnham itrectf
J. BELL , Ticket Aifont 0. it N. W. Hallway , U. P. R , R. Depot.
BAM EST.CLAIIK General Airont
Dotiblo Broeqli Loading Shot Guns , $18 from to 875 ,
Muzzle Loading Shot Buns , from SG to $25 ,
Fishing Tackle Base Balls and all Kinds of Fanoy Hoods ,
Full Stock of Show Oases Always on Hand.
Imported and Key West Cigars , a large line of
Meersbaum and Wood Pipes and everything required
in a First-Class Cigar , Tobacco arid Notion Store.
Cigars from $15.00 per 1,000 upwards , Send for Price
List and Samples.
M. ELGUTTER !
ELCUTTER'S Novelties in Children's CLOTHING.
ELGUTTER'S Novelties in Boys' OLOTHING.
ELCUTTER'S Novelties in Youths' CLOTHING.
ELGUTTER'S Novelties in Men's ' . CLOTHING
ELGUTTER'S ' Novelties in Wliite FANCY SHIRTS
ELGUTTER'S ' Novelties in Under WEARS.
ELGUTTER'S ' Novelties in Fancy NECK WEAR
ELGUTTER'S ' Novelties in Fanoy SILK H'DK'FS. '
ELGUTTER'S Novelties in Holiday GIFTS.
MAMMOTH .CLOTHING . HOUSE ,
1001 Cor. Farnham & 10th St 100 !
Omaha , A PAT A HIT Collins
Cheyenne , * * ITVJUX1A/J.V , Oojorado
Fall and Winter
LATE AND NOBBY STYLES
FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Hats , Gaps , Trunks , Valises.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices to Suit all tf
1316 FARNHAM STREET ,
NEAIt FOURTEENTH ,
J. A. WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND KGTAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
MT8TATK ADEN ! FOR MILWAUKKK CK1UMT CWMPANY
Near Union Pacific Depot , - - - OMAHA , NIB
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