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THE OMAHA DAILY 13I5U : MONDAY , JANUARY 2 , I S2. >
Pruit , Present nnd Fntnro In Poll-
\Va < lilnton ( Special to Cincinnati Commercial ,
Alox. II. Stephens , of Geonjin ,
spout , ou Sinulny , his twcnty-tiftli
Christuns in this city. Ho ontor-
taineil , as usual , many prominent pc > .
l > le , nnd rocoivoil many retncinhraneos
troin frioiula , north mid south. To n
correspondent who called on him h > >
Bnid , spe.xking of thu reasons which
prompted him to dcclino n ronoiuiiuv-
tion to congress in 1859 ; "When 1
found that President IJuclmnan was
listening to Cobb , nnd other demo
cratic lenders who determined to expel -
pel Dour lna from the democratic
party , I became alarmed , and I
determined to retire from Con
gress if that policy was pursued , for I
foresaw that it would lead to a split
in the patty , and probably to an at
tempt to disrupt the Union. My col.
leagues knew how I felt about it , and
a number ot them Howell Cobb ,
then secretary of the treasury , Ior -
aon , n senator from my state , Ureckin-
ridte , vice president of the United
States , and others -called on mite
talk the matter over , lireokinridno
and Bomo others sustained my vii \v \ ,
while Cobb u ml others were relentless
in thi'ir opposition , ono of the must
influential amen them c dui-int ; with
emphasis that 'Stephen A. Duui las
alinll never come back into the demo
cratic party except over my dead
body , politically speaking. '
"The result of tiiis o inference was
so unsatisfactory that I went to see
President Huchanan , and had a lony ,
frank talk with him. I found him
wedded to his determination to sup
port those leaders of the democratic
pirty who worejbent on putting in tlie
national democratic platform a plank
in favor cf protecting slavery in the
territoriqs . I warned him that mi at
tempt to do so would certninly load tea
a split in the democratic party , and ,
probably , to an attempted secession.
. I left him , after three hours of una
vailing argument and entreaty , and I
never saw him aeain. That was early
in February ; and that night I sent a
dispatch homo , announcing that I
would not bo a candidate for reelection
tion to congress. Early in the follow
ing month I lett Washington.
As the steamboat drew away from
Wa ihington I turned back to take in
the scone , and as I was gazing at the
dome of tlie capital , fast receding in
the distance , a North Carolina mem
ber ( the passengers wore all southern
men , congressmen , senators , otc. )
slaoped mo on the shoulder and said
ho supposed I was thinking of the
time when I would return to Wash
ington as a senator of the United
States. 'JCo , ' I replied , ' I never ex
pect to look upon that dome again ,
unless I do as a prisoner of war,1 and
that remark was literally verified in
1805 , " ' continued Mr. Stevens ,
"when 1 passed through Washington
on my way homo from Fort Warren
as a paroled prisoner of war. "
When Mr. Stephens , whoso political
disabilities had not been removed , re
turned to Washington in 180(5 ( , to
claim a seat in the tnitcd States senate -
ate , to which ho had been elected , butte
to which he was not admitted , ho
found his colleague , Andrew Johnson ,
president of the United States. "I
went and saw him , " remarked Mr.
Stephens , "and talked with him re
garding his policy of reconstruction.
I frankly told him thatinmy opinion ,
it was n mistake , and Would end in
failure. Of course , ho did not agree
with mo ; but time proved I was
The conversation then drifted to
the present , and Mr. Stephens was
asked , "Do you think this session will
be n ouiet _ ono ? "
"On the contrary , I think it will bo
n very animated ono. While I hope
and believe that it will not bo agitated
by sectional issues of any sort , there
will , in my opinion , bo much discus
sion of very important questions. The
subject of inter-oceanic transit , for
example , is ono of the very highest
national nnd international consequences
quences , and it will undoubtedly en
cage the attention of congress to a
great extent. It is of paramount im
portance that wo should not allow
Great Britain , Franco , or any other
European power to acquire ascenden
cy over any part of this continent. "
"Are you in favor of an intor-
occanic canal ? " asked the correspond-
"Certainly I am , and I think it
would bo wise for congress at once to
charter the Nicaragua canal company ,
the ono in which General Grant is in
"What about refunding ? " the cor
"Well , I am in favor of refunding
all our bonds that wo can nt the very
lowest rate practicable for a long time ,
say a hundred years. Wo could prob
ably place bonds having that length
of time to run at two nnd one-half , or
oven perhaps as low as two per cent.
Then wo ought to curtail the expenses
of the government as much as possible
nnd reduce taxation as far as practic
"In ? 'hat way ? "
" \Vo ought to begin by abolishing
all internal revenue taxes. They are
a horrible fungus , and would never
have been tolerated in this country
except nn ii war necessity. They ought
to 1)0 swept out of existence. "
" \riiat "
"I urn in favor of a commission to
revise it. I should like to see the rate
of duty on a good many articles de
creased , so us to bo no longer prohibi
tory , and some articles which are now
free should , in my opinion , pay n
duty. Hut a revision of the tariff ,
if accomplished nt nil , must the work
of a commission. "
"Whatnbout silver coinage nnd sil-
voa certificates ? "
"Of course , I do not agree with
the administration in regard to
th m , " was the reply. ' 'For my part
I would bo glad to see all our circu
lating notes , greenbacks , bank notes ,
otc , in the form of coin certificates ,
every dollar of which would represent
an actual dollar in the treasury , paya
ble on demand to the holder of the
certificate. I think the policy advo.
cntod by the president and secretary
of the treasury , in regard to silver
and silver certificates , will not com
mend itself to the favorable consideration -
ation of this congress. "
A Now Industry.
Ohlcato Journal ,
The last Wisconsin Legislature
made a small appropriation for expel' '
imenting with n new article of com
mnrco , which , if successful , will bo of
great interest to the agriculturists in
thu west , The money appropriated
was for the purpose of conducting ex
periments in growing amber cano and
the manufacture of sugar on the farm
connected with the Slate University.
The Madison Doinucrnt says that the
trial has been made out ns large aee.tlo
as the appropriation would allow , and
the results are certainly of a nature
most gratifying. Siiiiar has been pro-
dncod in quantitieseip.nl tn from 800
to 1,000 pounds per acre from several
varieties of cane , and in addition to
the sugar there have been produced
from sixty to eighty gallons of syrup
per acre of cane , nnd from twenty to
thirty bushels of seed. These results
show that from 8100 to 812" per acre
can bo realized from the cntto. The
sugnr and syrup were of good quality
as good .is the sugar nnd syrup of com
merce. In short , the experiments
made have shown conclusively that
sugar of the best quality can bo produced -
duced from cano grown hero , nnd in
( iiiantities nbundantly largo to make
the industry very profitable , unless
the cost of manufacture is too grent ,
where the wages of labor are high.
Professor lienry , who hns charge
of the farm nt Indison , nnd conduct
ed the experiments , entertains no
doubt that the culture of cano and
thu manufacttuo of sugar can be made
Ho was alllicU-il with n lanu1 linck and
piiurnl debility , hn wan rei'oiiiini'iiileil
Tlionm' Kilec rio Oil win' li cured him nt
nt once. This famous cprciJc N n po ltivc
remedy for Imilily pain. LMw
Xcw YorK Tribune.
President Arthur's right to select
his cabinet advisers to please himself
has not been disputed. The ono thing
that particularly distinguishes this
cabinet thus far is that its face m set
toward yesterday. It is not composed
of now and untried men. On the
contrary it is mainly composed of
men who have had their day. A pres
ident generally aims to surround him
self with strong and active men who
hold a controlling influence in public
alfairs in different sections. President
Garlield selected three United States
senators , then everywhere recognized
as men of large influence and active
participation in affairs , a judge of the
ourb of claims , the successful post
master in the largest city of the conn-
try , and two well-known and distin
guished lawyers in the primu of life.
Bnt the preference of President Ar
thur appears to turn largely toward
men who have served in the Senate ,
and have been retired from that body
by the people.
Mr. Frolinghuysen was a senator
from Now Jersey , nnd Mr. Howe
from Wisconsin. According to rupert -
port , it is likely that the secretary of
the navy may bo Mr. Boutwol , who
was a senator from Massachusetts.
Eight years ago all these were in the
senate together. J5ut Messrs. Howe
and Uoutrt'oll were retired years ano
to make room for other republicans ,
and Mr. Frolinghuysen to make room
for a democrat. It cannot be said
that these gcntlenrin represent in any
legreo the active , influential , and con
trolling element in their respective
states to-day , though six or eight
years ago it might have been said of
them. Judge Folgor occupied for a
brief period a position of importance
in the treasury department years ago ,
and has served with honor on the.
bench , but has been by no means nn
active participant in public affairs for
years past. Mr. Browstor , a lawyer
of Philadelphia distinction , has not nt
any time bean active in pnblic affairs.
If the cabinet should stand as reports
indicate that it may , it will represent
quito well a political state of things
which csased to exist nbout eight
It would bo unjust to condemn a
cabinet in advance , merely because it
is composed largely of men who have
boon retired from public life by the
people who know them best , nnd who
had formerly raised them to high
positions. Such changes would bo
natural if a political party , after years
of defeat , had just been restored to
power by the popular vote. The
choice of men who were high in place
and power before its defeat would
then bo simply n recognition of the
changed decision of the people. Hut
the republican party has not been out
of power. In each of the Elates
formerly represented in the senate by
gentlemen above mentioned , the re
publican party has filled the same and
other high offices since their retire
ment. It has chosen two senators in
Massachusetts , two in Wisconsin , and
one in Now Jersey , since Mcssts.
lioutwoll , Howe and Frolinghuysen
were retired , and , though free to
choose , did not see lit to
send them back. It is therefore no
injustice to them or to the president ,
but the naked statement of a fact , to
say that these gentlemen do not rep
resent the latest expressions of public
opinion , nor the latest proforances of
the Republican party in the States
from which they come. They repre
sent a political state of things to which
the poDpIo decided ycarsnge to put an
end , and which they have not yet
manifested any desire to revive.
Wo have n distinct reactionary
movement , which the people have not
authorized , and which is against the
latest and most emphatic expressions
of their will. The President's selec
tions manifest a tendency distinctly
adverse to the declared will of the
people , and to the wishes of a majori
ty of the Republican party. This fact
will make it less easy for his Adminis
tration to command public confidence ,
if its work should prove at nny im
portant point to deserve serious criti
fw 11AT8. "
The thing ilmlrcd found at last. Aitk
driinfnit | for "Hough on Jtatn. " It cleurs
out rata , mice , rnauheu , fllw , bed bugx ; 15c
boxeH , _ ( I )
The Dnrb-Wiro Cases.
An extra has boon msuod by The
Iowa Homestead which has many
points of interest in it concerning
the efforts nt Wnshburno it Co , , to
close up the factory belonging to the
Farmers' Protective association , by
suits in the United Slates courts. The
suits wore brought against J. II. Coon ,
who was employed by the asso
ciation to manufacture the barbed
wire , at the iron works of
( Jiven & Carpenter , in I ea
Moincs. The Homestead charges
roundly that Wnshburno it Co. have
resorted to the use of money to defeat
the fnrnu'rs ' , and to that end they
bought up Coon , paying him $12.000
as thu price of his treachery , in con
sideration of which hu was to permit
judgment to ijo ngainst him by default -
fault , Hy peculiar practices the do-
aired end was apparently irtini'd and
Coon sold nml conveyed to Wash-
Inirno AOn. . his patents , three
barium ; machines , and gave bond to
quit the business and never onsjago in
it again. He also atithoiircd the
courts to enter a decree against him
in the four suits that the Farmers'
Protective association are defending
in his name , and Washburno released
hint from the payment ol any royalty
for past infringements , The heat-
laid plans , however , are sometimes fu
tile. Judge Cole , cue of thu shrewdest
attorneys in lown , who represented
the Farmer's Protective association ,
happened to drop on the matter , and
though * Coon hail everything planned
to steal nway these machines nnd de
liver them at the express otlico inulet
cover of night , the factory was con
verted into nn arsenal , nnd Coon it < -
treated. Meanwhile Judge Cole took
the the necessary legal action to re
strain thu delivering by Coon of the
papers , nnd so the matter now rests ,
Guilty of Wrung.
Some people have a fashion of con
fusing excellent remedies with tht :
large mass ot "patent medicines , " ami
in this they are guilty of wrong
There are some advertised remedies
fully worth all that is asked fur them ,
and one nt least wo know of Hup
Hitters. The writer hivs had occasion
to use the ( Sitters in just such n cli
mate asvo have most of the year
in Hay City , and lias always found
them first class and reliable , doing all
that is claimed for them. Tnbnno.
Free to liverybodyl
A Beautiful Book foi1 the Asking ,
Dy apphlnit pcrsoniillv nt the nearest offlco
of TillSINIIKII ! MAfJlTACTUIUNO CO. ( or
by pontilinnl If At a dlHtanco. ) any ADCLT t > cr ,
son | ll lwpniivtitvil with a beautifully IIHUI-
rated copy nf a Now Rook entitled
WBNIUS REWARDED ,
STORY OF THE SEWING MACHINE
containing ; a Imndnomo and costly ntit'11 n rnv-
Ine frontlBpIerco ; also , 2i finely cntfnued wooil
ciitx , anil bnunil In an elaborate blue and KOI ! ]
lithographed cover. No char o whatever la m.-uh
for thin haiulHonic book , \snlch can bo obtatnud
only by appllentlon at tlie branch and unbar
Jlimte otlken nf 11)o aiiiRcr Mainitacturlni ; Co.
THK S1NOEII MANUFACTUUINO CO. ,
Principal Otllco , B4 Union S-iuari' , Now York
oct27-dmictf < &w
Clarkson & Hunt ,
SucccA-J' ' " In Ulchnrda ft Hunt ,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
Mutter of Application of Frcdctiek Lange
for Liquor hiccuse.
Notice la hereby iihcn tint I'rcderlck I-a
did , lilKm thu 14th ila.vof Dctcmhor. A. 1) . , 1SS1 ,
file his application to thu Sluy t and City Conn
ell of Omaha , for license to ell .Mult , Kplritnon
md Vinous 1 liiioiH | nt N'o. OO'J , lorncr Tliir
t'unth and Ju Kson Htrcct. " , S.iond vnrd ,
Onnlin , Ni-li. , from tlie IB til iy of January , ! Ss2 ,
tothu 10th day of Aiiril , IhW.
If thcru In no objection , rcmonstincu or pro
test filed ulthln two \uelin from 14th of Deciin
her , A. I ) . , 18S1 , the said lleoiise will lu ) | > rr.ntcd ,
1'imu'imn LAMIK ,
TIIK I\ILV HFK nc jiaper will jmblisn the
above notice for two uccka at the cxpenxo of the
applicant. Thu City of Onmha IH not to hu
charged therewith. J. J. I , . C. JKWKTT ,
decl5-llt City Clerk ,
Matter of Application of JuliunTrcitHchke
for Liunr | License.
* Notice is hcrchy Kivon thatJJullus Troltschke ,
did upon the Uth day of December , A. U. 1S8I ,
IIle hn ! application to the Mayor anil City Coun
cil of Omara , for license to sell Malt , Spirituous
and Vinous Liquors , at No. SOS and 312 B. 15th
Htrcet , 4th Ward , Omaha , Ni-b. , from thu Ut
day of January , 18b2 , to the 10th day of April
If there he no objection , rcmonntranco oc pro
test Hied within two weeks from 16th December ,
A. D. 1SS1 , the wild license will ho ( 'ranted.
Jl'UlH TimiTHCIIKK ,
TIIK DAILT Hrr. Newspaper will pnblinh the
above notice for two uceke nt tlioexpo.iso . of the
applicant. The City of Omaha U not to he
charged therewith. J. J. I , . C. JKWK1T ,
delU 12t Citv Clerk.
SIntter of Application of .Tohn O'Connell
for Liijtior License ,
Notice is liuicby KIVCII tliat .Folin O'Con
nell did upon tlie lUtli ilay of December ,
A. J ) . , 1831 , file liis n ] ) | lic.ition to tlie
Mayor nnd City ( 'ouncil of Omaha , for
licensr to sell M 'It ' , Spiiituom and Vinoim
LuiuorH , nt No. 108 I cntlf street ,
Tlurd ward , Omaha , Neb. , from the lirat
day of .lanuary , 18hL' , to thu 10th < lay of
Ai-nl , ] 8S-J.
If there he no objection , rcmnnstrnnca or
protest filed within tw weelH from l.'lth
of December , A. I ) , , 18S1 , thu Mud liceiiHO
will he Kranted.
JOHN O'Co.s-NKi.i. ,
TIIK DAILY UKB newspajier will pnMinh
the o hove notice for two wcokx nt thu ex-
pciibO of the iipplicunt. Thu City of
Omaha is not to bo charged therewith.
.1. J. L. C. .TKWKTT ,
_ dec15.12t | City Clork.
.Mutter of Application
of MItS. M. A. IIKJOINH ,
For l.lipior Uucnuo.
Notice is hereby k'iicn that Mrs. M. A. Ill ) , "
k'iiiH did , iiOi iho IHtli iliy of Detomiiir , A , I ) .
lsil , ( Ho her application to thu Ma\orand
Cl y Council of Ointilia , for I.I vritu to ncll .Mall ,
plrituoiH nml VlnoiiH Iliiiorx | , at No. 1K1
ItalKL'titixut , Konrtli Win , tiniahn , Ncl ) . , from
thu 1st ill ] of January , Iba'J , to thu 10th day of
If iicru ho no nhjcf tlon ( ruinonHtranco or pro-
ILH : fill''I lth n t o ncol , from Duccnilitr Kith ,
A , 1 > . Ji-il , thusilil lli'tiiku will ho Kriintid.
M. A. IIUidlNB ,
Hy Oco. IlixKins , Aiciit. (
IIIK DAILY HCK neu > > pi ] > r will publish the
aboiu notice for two uu kH at the Lxpurisuof
the applkant. 'Iho Cltj of Omaha IH not to lie
J , J. IC. . JKWKTT , Cityrkrk ,
Matter of Aiipllcatlon .of J ) . Dallow for
Notice Is hurehy given that K. Dallow
did ujMii ) the 17th cliiy of IJtcttnber , A. D , .
1881 , filu his upplicition to the Mayor urn )
City Council of Oinahn , for liccnuo to Hell
Molt , tSiiirituouH unit Viiionx LuiuorH , nt
No. 10H Chicago Street , Fifth Ward ,
Omaha , fit b. , from the lnt day of J n r.ry ,
188'J , to the 10th day of April , 1882.
If there be no obji-ctlon , remormtratico
or proteut filed within two weekn from
December 17th. A. D. , 1881. the nald II-
ceime will be granted. K. DAI.LOW ,
THK OMAHA DAILY UKK new.paper will
publihh thu a"'ov " notice f r two wcekH at
the expensw ol thu apjilicant. The ( ! lty
of Omaha in not to hu charged therewith.
.1. .J. 11. G JKWKTT , City Clerk.
Matter of Application of Kdward Deid-
rich fur Liquor LIctiiHo.
Notice 11 lurtbv fhc'ii tliit : Kdwuid DeldrUh
did , u | > on the 13th Jay nf December , A. IX , Ibbl ,
file hUapji'iiation to thu 11 a or ami City Coun
cil of Omatia , for Ikumu t > H'll M It , Hplr tnouH
ami VlnoiiH Liqu r , a' No. 'JWi ) Cuminftrect ,
Hi th uaril , Omaha , N. li , from thu l l da > o
January , lnH'2 , to Iho IDth da > of April , \Wi. \
If there bo no objection , rciuoniiuii' u or pro
tent nlul witlnn tuowetk * from IHth of lccc-ni-
l-tr , A. U. , leal , the taid Ikcnuu will hu urant.d.
J-LJWAIUI Driinticii ,
TIIK Diii.v llfK ni.wiitiaKr | will publl h the
aboie iiotlcufortwn wteknat Iliu cxpenui ! of the
ap"llcant. The ( 'It ) ' of Omaha IH riot to be
cliarK'ttl then.Ith J. J. L. C. JKWKTT ,
Zt City CKrk ,
llmm-ii Pooyto Wholly
In order tliMthO vul'llf ' " ) ' ' " * tfi\\rf \ \ tlii >
tfi milm-ni'-ii of Iliu Mate'ncnK , n wll t < tine -
( * o iriMul t iluo of thi nrtUli1 nf vli < h lht\\
| > < \ kwuwl'liOi | ' lurfwlth t ic fn ului li f'a
ttirv-sof ( tiullc * wliow liu tltu i > c ) 'ii i < MU' -
Hon. The Truth of tliwo ln > tlmonUI l l > .o
Into , nor run thu ( < vct thf > ' luinoiinov lie IK-
OMUIA , Xm. , May 2I.1S3I.
II. II. WutiMnfc Co. :
lK ) RSm : I hmo frequently u l Warner' *
Safe KUIno * MitlUttt Ciiro for lovil Mteetlon
uttomknt upon * c\cro rliMinmtl ntlnc * * , ami
huH'nl ) ilvrltrrl bcncllt thrrrfrom I lime
nKi iiscil tlic SAIO Nervine with mtMitrtary rc >
milt * . I consider these nicdlelnra nor thy of
OuAiU , Nrn , Vny 21 , 1 81.
It. I'VtRMm A Co. , HoehMtcr , N. Y
OII.NTM- I li.no u e l your Nifo Kulnry urn !
I I * or Cnro tills wring M lcr Im l < enter , mul
lllnill the U l reimtly I mr trltxl. I rm\o
limit 4 lioUlfA , ft'nl It lias nuulu HID frl licltvr
than cxcr 1 old before In the
U. P. II. ShPjw.
Ovum , Nm , May HI , IsM ,
II Itr < H\xKftCo :
Si B. Kormoro than 15 ymM I Inn wlTirnl
imuhtii umiiitciicofronu'omMiit'il Milm ) mitl
ll\rr iiifrvcx , > M ! have hwi tin Me to work
in ) urln y oiRjinnl olnliif ( nlliiiM I'tkilo '
iicit : : limn nu'dlilmft nlul iliHtom , l > ut I gn-n
worsu mill wor o U ) b ) ilny lxi.nl.I , I I Imt
llrl. hl'iilliiiraic , ami I wl'lioil ihj-ill iluul 111
I'oulil not lnel'ioiiy nllcf. I too'i j.nir . Snfo
K ilury mul l.lvcr I'uro , Knotting noliil i-l o
\\niu\urinovMitncnrotlia itUnui' , mm 1 II-M
not lioen ili n ) > | > olntiil Hi in ilii Ino II.K i-und
mi1 , mill 1 mil | > iroc 1 > well loilin , mMrily
'hro-Rii jour ilo Kidney anil I.Uorluro I
Inn ) ou nil HIU-C mln ) uilljhlii ) | | till ) \ IniMu
rcmoav through iho world ,
U. 1' . U. It. Shops.
ThoimmlH of oqiinlly n'ronp ' emlorRomcnt'
many of them In CASOI where li ( HI ua * nlrnn.
oncil 1m a been \oluntikri1y glvi-n , hunting the
runmiItablo power of Warner'8 Snte Klilnvy mul
l.l\cr Unriin nil il nea u of tlie kliliutn , liter
or urliiaryoiKniiti. If any one ho reniln thin
hn any phy cal trouble ) roniojibu the gro t
danger ot iliOav
Who wmit glossy , Inxnriant
and \rnvy tresses of nbuiidant ,
licantiiiil Hair must nso
LYON'S KATUAIRON. Thia
clecnnt , cheap article always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast , keeps it from falling
out , arrests and cures grayness -
ness , removes dandrulF and
itching , makes the Hair
strong , giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
nny desired position. Beau
tiful , healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kuthairon.
Wont for lii-lnx tbo most direct , iiiickrt | , an
mfcst line connecting the treat Mr'trojioliB , CHI
( JAOO , and the rUmeiur , NOKTII-KJIHIKIIN , I tun
and BoiTH-KAHrKHN LINES , which tonulimtct hero ,
with KAMA * Cirr , I.K KNH-OHTII , AICIIIKON ,
CooNcir , IlLurra and OMAIU , tlie CosiMtucut
Ct.vrr.us fnim which railiatr
EVERV LIME OF ROAD
that ponetrati-fl thu Contlocnt from the Mlniou.il
III * cr to the Pacific Hlopc. The
OIIIOAGO ROCK ISLAND & PA-
OIFIO KAIL WAV
IH the only line from Chka o OH nine ; track Into
KiuiHiH , or nhlch , hy Ita own road , ruochoH the
point * aho\e named. No TKANHKIIIH HT CAKHIAOH !
NO MlbBINO CONNKCnONBl No llllildlintf In 111-
\cntllatoJ or unclean care , an in cry panHongcr la
carried In roomy , clenn and Mjiitllatud coaches
upon Fust KxprcKS Trains.
DAT CAIW of unrhalid ma nlflccnce , PULLMAN
PALACK SiKxrixn C'AIIH. and our ow 11 world-famous
DINIMO CARS , unon vl.lch meals are ncnod of un *
8un v l etccllence , at the low rate of HBVKNTT-
KINK CiNTa IACII , wltli ample tlmufcr healthful
Through Cam lictwwn Clilcn o , I'oorla , Jill
watikeu and Mlmnurl UK or I'olnUi ; and clooo con
nectlona at all points of InterBeUlonwith other
We ticket ( do not forget tblfl ) directly to every
iilacoof Importancoln Kaniuwt , Nebraska. 11 lack
HllliVyoinlii ( , ' , Utah , Id'iho , Nevada , California ,
Ortfon , Wanhlnitton Territory , Colorado , Arizona
and New Mexico.
Anil li'.ral arranKCiuentg refc-ardmx baia'oco M
any other linn , and rateH of faro alup i aai ow a
couipctlton. nbo furnish but a Uthe-o the coin-
Dors and tadilo of B | > oit iocn free.
Titkttfl , mam and folders at all prlnclpi
olntcelntho Onltod 8UU > a and Cana'i * .
It. U. CAULK , K. HT. JOHN ,
Vice 1'roH't & Gen , Ocn. Tkt ondl'aiw'r Ajt
Manager. Cblcairo CldcoifO.
EAST - INDIA
ILEB & CO. .
Solo Mnnufuoturora. OMAHA ,
BYRON REED & CO.
Heal Estate Agency
Kesp a coraplttu ltiict ol title lo ( U i
KiUUi la Onuta n Llouvlaa county , mtytl
> &mi.la1Jtf .i jiJjt .LL.cJ , . , , '
No Changing Cars
OMAHA & CHICAGO ,
\\horoillnvt connection ore nuda with TfTJiiKh
SI.KKPINU CAR LINKS foi
NKW VOUK , IIOSTrtN ,
AND ALL KASTKUN
The Short Line via , Peoria
Kor INDIANAPOLIS , CINCINNATI , LOUIS-
VILLK , RmUll polnto In the
Tlllt PR3I UNI
For ST. LOUIS ,
Where illroct rannrctiDiu ro mailo In the Union
li- ; t ulth the Tliroucli .Sloi-plni ; Car
Lines for ALL 1'OlNTrt
SO TCT " 3C" EC.
NEW LINE DESMOINES
TI1K KAVOU1TK KUUTK KOK
The uneqi nlcil InilneomcnU otlorod by this line
to trevuloni ami tourlsU nru ivi ( oUoun :
The celebrateil PULUIAN (10-nlioo.l ( ) PALACE
SLKK1MN11 CARS mil only on till * line U. , II
A Q. PALACK . 'HAWING UOOM OAHS , Mlth
llortou'n Hocllnlni ; Chain. No oUrn ch.triii foi
ut In KpclliiliiK Chain. Thu famous U. , It. \
Q. Palace Dlnliif ; Cam. QorKvoim Smoking Cart
flttod with oU'is-ant hlL-h-backwl rattan reMiHInn
chain ) , for tlio oiclusUo Una of flrnt-clawi intMon-
gore.Stcol Track cil BUporloi equipment eomblrol
vltti their K'i'at through car arraiiKeniont , tiitku
tills , above nil othom , the faiorlto route to tno
Gout , Mouth anil Kouttiowit.
Try It , ami j on v , III find traveling * luxury ID-
eteail of n tllscoinfort.
TliroiiKh tlcketx \ lo this colohratuti line for Bald
at all oilict-H In thu United SlatM and CanwU.
All nformatlon about ratu * of faro , Ulei > pl < 'K
Car accommodation : ! , Tlmo Tabloo , etc. , will l > c
cheerfully Klvcn by ajipljlni ; to |
Cknonl ' : H-onifcr Aifont , Clicno. ! |
. J. POTTKB ,
( > e > 'Uanapcr Ohluiro.
Sioux City fi Pacittc
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTE )
Iluna a Solid Train 'IbroiiKh from
Council BluUa to St. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hour * .
3LOO tllLVS THE HIIOUT1C3T HOUTE ,
TO ST. PAUL , HINNKAl'OLIS
DULUTU OK I1ISS1AIICK ,
and all points In Northern Iowa , Minnesota nnd
Dakota. This line la omipx ! | > d w Ith the Improv od
WcfltlnghouiK ) Automatic Alr-brako nd Ullloi
1'latfonn Couutor and Uutfcr : mid for
8PEKD. SAFKTV AND COMFORT
Is unsurpassed. I'nllm&n Palace KlooulnK Car
run through WITHOUT CHANOK between KMI
sas City and St. Paul , \la Council Dlufle and
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Coun
cil lllnffH , nt 7:35 : p. in. dally on nrrhal of Kamuui
City. St. Joseph and Council Hindi ) train from
the South. Arriving at Sioux City 11:36 : p. in. .
and at the New Union Depot at St. Paul at l'J30 ;
TEN HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY.OTHKB
tarHcmcnihor In fcaklni ; the Hlonx City Houto
yoiicc't n Ihrou b Train. The Hhortcxt Mna ,
the ( Quickest Time and a Comfortable Kldo In the
ThroiiRh 'arH hctwcun
COUNCIL IILUFFS AND ST. PAUL.
3TSco that your Ticket * read > la thu "Slons
City and l'a < lllo Itallroad. "
J. H. WA1TLEH , J. II. IIUCJIIANAN
.Superintendent. flcn'l I'asw. A unt.
P. K. U01IINSON , Aas'tGcn'l I'om. A t. ,
JlixHourl V'alluy , Iowa.
J , II. O'ilKYAN , SoiitliwoeturiiAKent ,
Conncl Illuirn , Iowa
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880.
KANSAS CITY ,
St , Joe & Council Bluffs
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND TIIK KAHT
Prom Omabn and the West.
cmra bolwnc n Omaha nd bi.
and but 0)io hutwvcii OMAHA Bad
KA8TKHN AND WK.4TKIIN CITIK8 wlkh LESS
CHAUOKS and IN ADVANCKof ALM
Tlil entlro line I. equipped with Pullman' *
alaco HlucpliiK Can , Palacii llay Cooulics , Miller' .
lately Platform and Coupler , and the colebrotud
OTHuo that your ticket rco.li , VIA nANHAS
CITV , HT. JOSEPH & COUNCIL IJI.UFKS Hall-
road , ill tit. Jowph and Ht. I/ouln.
Ticket * for ualu at oil coii | > on Btatlonn In the
IVoBt. J. K. IIAHNAHO ,
A1 0. DAWKH , Oeri. Hnpt. , Ht. Jowph , Mo
Oen. I'ua. and Ticket At. | , Ht. Joueph , ilo.
A ur liouuKN , 'Ilika AKent ,
lOiU Karnhani otrctt.
A. D. lUiUAnn Ucnoral AKcnt ,
OMAHA. NK _
EYE & EAR
DR , L , B. GRADDY ,
Oculist and Aurist ,
LATE CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL
LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.
Roferoncci all llcputablo y > lcUui of Oman * .
tf Office , Oornar ICth * nd Farnham BU.
Omaha , Neb
The Oldest Efltabliahed.
Caldwell , Hamilton & Co , ,
Iluilneu tranrtctod tame n that ol n Inccr-
poratul ink ,
Account * kent In currency or K ° ld lubject to
Irht check without notice
Certificate * of dopoiilt Birnud payable In three
.Is and twc-lvo tnoiitliK , jcarln Interest , or or.
demand without Iritertbt.
Advance * made tu cuxtomera on approved eocu
rltlea at markit rutux of Intoruot.
Ituy and Hell Kold , bills of i-ichango , icnvorn
merit , Btato , u > uuty and city ljond .
Draw ulunt > lraftii on Kngland , Ireland , Scot
Und , arid all partM of Kuropu.
Sell Kuro ( > ean pawa0 , tlcktti.
OOI.LKOTJONS I'BOMlTIiY UADK.
Dexter L , Thomas ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
. ' " tlmf H a
CKIGA&O & NORTK-WESTERK BY
* > . - , * tot : < for you to tnko nhcit I
' ail ol the Principal Points In Ihe V/ost / , North and Nnrth ! .t
" ' -1
h > 1"jlv
v THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
The Imperial Palace DinmgCars. .
! I1l"il\rl ! > \NlSl'N > lm | nYaKum'l.ln\1HMiieS ,
VT'i"1,1"1 ' ' " ; ( ; i' ' i"l > uhu < im > "MllwauWHit-enliiiyfc l.nlto Superior Una '
( uvi ! < ° Vl < r rW "ro-s"ul l > y u11 Couiioti Ticket Agents fii the UiiltcJl .Stat'ja nu4
Iteim-mlior to ask for Tickets via till * rond.tio sura they rend over It.nml takoiionootliM. '
llAUm ni'01llTTaen'IStnunBcrClilcago , > V. U. SIKXNBTT.Ocn'irass. Atctit , Culcaje
HAHHY 1' . IHJRU Ticket AitonlU. ' * N.V lUlhvay , 14tli anil Mnham § trocta.
D. K. KIMIIAM , , A lxt\nt Ticket Ajront 0. A N. W. lUllway , 14thna F rnh m itrttll
J. IlKhli , Ticket Acimt 11. A N.V. . lUllwny , U. I1. It. U. Di-pot.
RAMKRT ( IM.AIIK ni..rnl Airen * .
The Oldest "Wholesale and
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARK. CLOCKS ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry ,
uhe Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
PRECIOUS STONES and
all descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Pri
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our. Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
IN TIIK WrST I
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufacturer
Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
A SPLENDID stock of
Steinway Pianos , Knabe
Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Warren ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not fail to see us before pur
MAX MEYER & BRO ,
MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES !
Large Stock Always on Hand. dlSeod tf
Omaha , A Pfbf A HIT Collins
Cheyenne , * * * WJJJHLV * ! Colorado
Fall and Winter
LATE AND NOBBY STYLES
FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises.
0:1. : -ac-o
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices to Suit all
1316 FARNHAM STREET ,
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
In Convenience ,
DURABILITY , ECONOMY
BUY E BEST
Lang & Fotick
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