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    THE OAIAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , JANUARY 3 , l 82.
THE MAXWELL STEAL ,
A Millionaire's Survey Linoa
ou Mountain Side B , nnd
the Hoeult.
Falno RcDortln nnil FloUtlon *
Clnlmn-
Oorrcrionilcnce ol TIIK DRK.
WASHINGTON , December 28 , 1881.
Another intorcating cltaptor in the
h atory of tlio MaxwellWilllntna land
fraud , ccnaista of the oxiicriuncoa of
the deputy surveyor of Colorado , in
Ins efforts to cloao upon the northern
line of the Maxwell grant. There ia
n gap of eleven miles upon which ho
cannot close. Ho rannot identify tlio
witness corners , as doscrihed in the
official nott's. When the survey ia
said to have taken ono direction , it ia
found to hiivo tikon iinothor , nnd
where witness coniprs are said to ho
visible from some point , it ia found
that mountain puaka interrupt the
view in that direction , and tlio whole
thing ia a mais of bluudeiing and
fraud , so much so th.it it has proved
ruinoua to the settluis to have located
anywhere within thirty miles of
where the Hues of the Maxwell grant
were holiovod to bo.
With ono observation upon the
pecuniary condition of ono of the
deputies who made this fraudulent
survey of the Maxwell grant , wo will
lot the Colorado deputy surveyor toll
his own story. The Now Mexico
deputy surveyors were Messrs. Elkina
and Harmon , and our observation is
this. Klkina is a millionaire. Ho is
worth from three to four millions
What such a 111:111 : wnnts of a govern
ment survey , is beyond comprehen
sion unlpss there are "millions in it. "
The Maxwell k'rant having boon
surveyed , the Colorado deputy set out
to close his muvoys upon the not th
orn line of that grant. As before
stated , he could not do it. There was
a irap of cloven miles which refo.suil
and refines to bo closed , and the laii-
cuauo of Archibald , as ho passes front
point to point , is so strong when rep
resented by typo that wo judge it must
have boon sulphurous when it bur-t
fresh from his lips , expressive of dis
gust and indignation.
Ho starts from the northeast corner
of the grant and tries to run north
60 degrees and 15 minutes west ,
according to notes of Elkitis and Mar-
mon. After going 11 80 chains , his
men , from the nature of the ground ,
are unublo to proceed. Ho , therefore ,
goes down tiio mountain < iOO foot , and
tries to proceed in the sanio direction
as before , hut find himself running
into tlio side of a mountain which "it
was impossible 10 ascend on lino. "
So ho and his men scattered and made
"diligent search" for seven days , enduring
"tho hardship
during greatest possible
ship and fatigue , " and "I am cnnblud
to state , and do positively state that
no mound or stone , as described in the
notes of the original survey of a lid
line , as the witness corner to the second
end , third , fourth , fifth and sixth
miles exist.
Archibald , the Colorado deputy
surveyor , then preceded to
what was designated the
eleventh mile stone , from which
it was claimed that Ijy sighting back
the witness corner ho could not find
after a seven day search , could be
seen. To his astonishment he found
the pi aspect obstructed by the llaton
peak , rising moro than 0,000 feet ,
and not moro than three and a half
miles distant , and he says :
"Therefore it is apparent to mo , and
Istatu the same as a fact , that the re
cord of said reported triangulation is
either grossly erroneous as to its result ,
or the statement that such a triangu
lation was made is absolutely ficti
tious. "
Trying still to follow the notes of
Klkins and Marmon , he finds himself
defeated , and exclaims
"Tlio statement made that slid wit
ness cornur fur the 7th , 8th , Oth and
10th mile corners is situated on the
north side -of Chicorinn , nnd at the
foot of the same , and that the bearing
of the said musa is N.V. . and S , K ,
is grossly erroneous. he said witness
corner ia not situate to the north of
any mesa , and there is no mesa known
by any name or of any description to
the south of said witness corner north
of the 37th pnr&Ilel of north latitude. "
His report abounds in charges
against the New Mexico surveyors.
r Again and again wo find him using the
" false " "cal
expressions , "Absolutely ,
culated to "mislead , " "calculated to
deceive and mislead , ' "altogether fic
titious.1 Yol such is the survey npon
which millions of acres have been
stolen from the public domain , and
settlers driven from their homos.
There ought to bo a remedy for so
foul a wrong , and swift retribution for
the corrupt odiciala who have violated
their trust in abutting it , or acquies
cing in it.
KX-BENATOK I'AOIIOIK AND TUB
ANT HKlKKTAUVBHIl' .
Lust week rumor had it that ox-
Senator Paddock was to bo Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury. Tlio
Nebraska delegation lias been working
to secuie Mr. Paddock and the State
some worthy recognition. But some
thing butter than nn Assistant Score-
taryahip was hoped for. At the bent ,
it is but a clerical position and ono
which no ex-Senator would covet , af
ter Upton.
The conversion of Congress to the
views expressed last winter by Sena
tor Saundera on fuiulingiit ! J per cent.
must bo Hattering to him and a hint
to party leaders in the Senate that ho
might have huon put at the head of
the Committee on Finance with moro
benefit to the country than some of
those now upon it who claim to know
, dl about money. JU.MUH.
Our FroHh Moat Exports.
Our meat trade with Eurono has
grown to bo an item of moro impor-
tuiieu than thu aver.igo reader is aware
of. Accimliug to statistics just pub
lished the aggregate value of the live
stouk and fresh meat exported fturn
Now York for the year ending Novcm
bor SO , 1881 , was 810,553,800. The
frcah bouf uxported is valued in tin *
report at $5f > 88,511 , and thu mutton
at § 232,287 , The number of horned
cattle exported uaa 39 , ! > f8 ! ; the num
ber of sheep , 2l,4il ( ( ; and of hogs ,
3,782. Thisestiniatoclocs not include
the fresh meat in refrigerators and the
live stock sent from other ports ,
which would add a small percent ago to
the above figures. The experiment of
refrigeration has proved so successful ,
and is in every way so much to bo
preferred , that it will be very generally -
ly adopted , and will result in a marked -
ed increased in our exports of fresh
moat. A movement is already on
foot , backed by ainplo capital , to
ship fresh meats , in refrigators , direot
from New Orleans to the dilloront
markets of Kuropo , relying upon the
great gra/.itu ranges of Texas and the
southwest for tlio supply. The ox-
pertinents already made from there
have proved a success practically and
financially , the moat being delivered
in pel feet condition and at a cost
which justifies a liberal investment in
the enterprise.
Thu importers prefer to send the
meat rather than the live animals to
Europe. The loW ornting system
has been so perfected within the past
tlvo years that fresh' meat a cannot
only bo preserved in a perfect tate
for an unlimited time , but the quality
and llavor is re.xllv impioved by the
process , Two obstacles are also re
moved by this method of shipping :
First , the injury nnd sulVering of ani
mals , during an ocean passage , which
is likely to impair their salu and en-
tall \ois \ ; second , the objection niyed
in England and other foreign countries
against the extension of our beef trade
with them , through fear that our cat
tle may scatter diseasu among their
domestic stock. It has been demon
strated thute can furnUh Europti
with as chuip and as good fresh meats
as can bo supplied at homo. Hence
there is every reason to look Jor de
cided increase in this class of expi rts
from yiur to year. Our facilities for
raising and maturing stock aru super
ior in every respect to those of the
most favored countries of the Old
World , and our resources uro almo.st
unlimited , \\hilo theirs are gradually
diminishing. Tlio prospect of an ex
tensive foreign maikot to bo added to
the home demand has led to a largo
investment of capital in fitouk raianu ;
upon the great ranges of the west ;
and , as a result , the amount of our
meat supply is constantly increasing
and the < | imlity iinprovmi. . It will
continue to keep pace in both direc
tions with the demand , Our meat
export , aa shown , has already become
quite important , and there ia nothing
to prevent its increase one or two
hmuhed p'.T cent within a short
time , witli thu facilities now all'orded
for shipment and a proper care not to
excite foreign prejudice against the
trade.
OVERLAND TELEGRAPH.
Extensions of the Western Union
Compuny'a Lines An Outllno
*
of the Work Contain-
plated.
Han Kr ne'itco Iliillctln.
Col. Robert C. Clowry , general
superintendent of the Western Union
Telegraph company with headquar
ters at Chicago whose arrival in this
city was announced in Thu Bulletin
some days ago , stated this morning in
the course of conversationthnU his
visit to San Francisco was purely on
business. The Pacific const district
forms part of the central division over
which he exercises general superin
tendence. He had never before
come as far went as this , and
did so now for the purpose of
not only inspecting the existing state
of affairs , but to see whether it WAS
possible to extend present telegraphic
facilities on the Pacific Coast , with
mutual benefit to the public and the
people. "I have come , " ho remarked ,
"for the purpose of looking over the
whole ground , and intend doing so , ns
far as time will permit. " A new wire
is being put up between Omaha and
Oaden. When completed it will give
the Western Union company four ex
clusive overland wires along thu route
of the Contra ! and Union Pacific roads ,
besides two joint railroad wires east of
O don. This additional viro will per
mit the company to handle the busi
ness between San Francisco and the
east with greater ease , and will opor-
rate as an additional facilty to the San
Francisco public.
Besides tliest'lines commonly known
as the "Overland" wires , the company
is building an independent iiocond
line east by way of Los Angeles and
Doming , on thu opposite Hide of the
railroad track from that occupied by
the present wires. It is also recon
structing the telegraph line through
Arizona tr Demini ; has been carried
on at an enormous expense ; first of
all , from the materials uaod , which in
poles , wire and insulators aru of the
very best material ; and secondly ,
from the difficulty of obtaining men
to work iii the Arizona desert. Thu
h' > at at times was so great its to break
down the strongest of them. The
wires used on this line are nil largo
gauge , Nos 0 and 8 , whereas the
wire used on ordinary lines is No. 0.
The poles are all sawed , and were
shipped principally from Santa Crux.
This line is in every respect a finit-
class line , as good as any ever built
on the continent. It is expected to
have it completed early next year.
The company has obtiined good facil
ities from the Atchison , Topuka nnd
Santa Fo Railroad , and is putting up
additional wires so that thu overland
hunini'ss may be handled without dif
ficult or delay. All the offices along
thu line of the road ure under the con
trol of the Wtstein Union Company
so far as commercial business is eon-
corned , tlio railroad company alone
controlling tlio business connected
with its own administration and move
ment of trains. Contracts have been
entered into witli all thu Texan rail
roads , and in all cases tirat clans tclu-
uraphio facilities have boon secured
"Tho relations of the Western Union
Company , " added Col , dowry , "with
all the rail mad a on the Pacific const ,
Texaa and the Southwest are of the
most harmonious character , "
"Woaroulso"liocoiitinuud"build-
, , -
ini ; ; i line along the route of thu
Northern Pacifickeeping [ up uithliio
end of the track. We aru at present
BiriiiKing two wires on that road , and
will increase the number as required.
Wo are , as before stated , increasing
telegraphic facilities ii'ong ' the Central
Pacific and Union Pacific , and wo are
building another telegraphic line along
the Atlantic & Pacific road. This is
in addition to these that already ex
ist. When thuy are completed , San
Francisco will have lour through over-
land' telegraph routes oant. The
Northern Pacific , Central Pacific , At-
liuitio t Pacifictintl Southern Pacific. "
At present there are only two--tho
Central and Union Pacific , nml the
other by way of Demiinf , connect
ing with the Atchison , To pel A & Sun-
ti Fo Lines. Quito a number of now
offices have been opened during the
past year on the Pacific coast , moro
particularly In Southern California ,
Arizona , Now Mexico , Oregon and
Washington Territory , and are being
constantly added to. There are now
in all some 500 telegraph olhYos on
the coast. "Tlio amount of tele
graphing done out hero , proportionate
to thu population , will , " paid Col.
Clowty , "compare favorably witli
what is done in the cast. " The busi
ness from night half-rate messages in
increasing , and the company is tutis-
fiod with present results. For a long
time after the half-rate system was
inaugurated thu receipts decreased.
The number of mesniiges increased ,
but not to an extent that reimbursed
the company for the reduction
in rates it made. People
ple now realise that th , < y can
send a message East just ns they aio
on thu point of going to bed , and hare
the answer to it awaiting them when
they waku up in the morning , and
that at a cost of only ono-luilf of what
th"y had to pay buforu , without hav
inu lost atiytlnni'in titiiu. ' 'Tins in
duction was a great accommodation to
the public , who ar > , t find , " ho observ
ed , "much pleased with it The com
pany hi po for good resulto. "
Col Clowiy in an excellent illustra
tion of the co ciso and active Eaatuin
business men , ono familiar and accus
tomed to deal with lar o enterprises.
Although , probibly , approaching thu
two-score , lie has the a ) poanuico of a
man much younger. Over six fuet
hi h , pleasant countenance , sharp ,
bright eye , hu tella what ho baa to say
without repetition , careful not to touc'i '
on mutters not strictly within his
own jurisdiction. Asked about
the possibility of the pur-
cliaso of the telegraph line by the
government , the adoption of under
ground cables in lieu of poles and air
wires , and other points touching the
interests of the Western Union
com ) any , ho replied that those
were mutters belonging exclu
sively to the executive committee
of the company , and hu preferred not
expressing any opinion on them. The
Central Division , over which ho pro-
sideSj embraces all the country est
of Pittsburg and north of the Ohio
river. On the north it takes in all the
north and west to Canada ; south--ou
the west fiiJo of the Mississippi--it
goes to the Gulf of Mexico , and west
to the Pacific Coast. He expressed
himself very much surprised and
pleased at the appearance of San
Francisco and its surroundings. To
day ho proposes visiting Monterey mid
next week will return to Chicago bj
way of the Southern Pacific t r Atchison -
son , Topeka Santa Fo Roads.
Ail Old Fries ml
Ho was nlllictuil with a lamt ! buck nml
Kfiier.il liability , hit win n commended
Thouuii' l > lcc ric Oil whi b ciirocl him nt
nt onro. Thm famous spcci c in n po-itivo
reinud > for ImiHly pain. ? -lw
Muking Him Happy.
IXtrolt Tree I'rtsn.
A dumpy , disconsolate looking
small boy was leaning against tho'Y.-ai :
at the corner of Woodward avenue
and Congress street , when alone came
a tall , raw-boned stranger with about
four drinks in him , and said :
"Hu-bubby , do you feel bad ? "
"Yes. "
"Hain't for
you got nom-monoy
Chrifslemas ? "
"No. "
"Jus" like met I'm traveling on
mv last fifteen cents 'oinorning , and
it'll be all gone fora noon. Going to
h-hant ; up your stocking ? "
"No. "
"Neither'm I. I havent got nny-
body to love me an' put toys in my
stockings. Sny , do you want a lirr.lo
toy mule in your stocking ? "
"Yos "
"So do I , but , I won't get ono Tuff
to bo poor tuffcst in" ' tuft. S < y ,
bub ? "
"What "
'There ain't no heir about mo. I'm
the bizzust hearted man in the world.
I'll iiiuku you happy if I have to ( deep
in thu middle of the road. Hera ,
taku that , and this , and this yes ,
take it along and bo happy. "
And ho banded out a pint bottle
half full of gin , 11 pltiir of tobacco , and
a dime song book , and as the bewildered -
dorod boy stood holding them in his
hands the donor continued :
"Tlniznll tlm : : all but a ouchro-
declc and a pistol , and I'll keep them
to make some other boy romombur
Chrublemas. Run along , sonny run
home and bo happy ! "
"HOUGH ON HATH. "
The tiling thnircd found at ) u t. Ask
dnvKixt for "I niifjh on Hatx. " It oleum
out ruU , mice , roach , fllt-H , bed I > U H : 15c
boxen , ( I )
THAT COUGH.
If you are miHoring from a Cough ,
Cold Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fever ,
Consumption , loss of voice , tickling of
the throat , or any affection of the
Throat or Lungs , UHO Dr. King'H Now
Dfscovery for Consumption. This is
the great rumody that is causing HO
much excitement by its wonderful
cures , curing thousands of hopulim.i
CO.SOH , Over a million bottlcH of Dr
King's Now Discovery have been used
within the last year , and hayu given
porfuct Hiitififautioii in every iiiHtuiico.
Wo can unhesitatingly say that this in
fealty the only Biiru euro for tluoat
nul lung allectioiiH , and can eheui ful
ly recommend it to all. Call and get
a dial bottlu freu of cost , or a regular
sbo for § 1.00. luliil McMahon , Om
aha -IS - )
HAWKEYE
PLAIMG IILL 00 , ,
DCS Moines , Iowa.
Manufacturer ! of 8A8H. OOODB , DLINOO
URAOKET8 , MOULDINGS , AO ,
Urmt rixluctlon In Hank Counti.ru , I'larm lui
nUhtil , anil work lurnlthixl In all Kiwis ol harder
or Bolt Howl , Counters llnlnlicil In nil vUiun ui >
ircJ Hhilvin ol all klmli lurnlMiul ami inn
Into bulMliiK ft iw ! } fnr pulnt on inert nutlto
Our uurkmin are the ljv t mochanlun that can | / <
procured bate mono ) lij rfltuix tu jour cor
IratU.
Btalri , Newell and Daluiteri ,
Our ( oruiMti In thl cJqartmMit nan ( onnirl >
with Frost MknufatlurliiiC Co , C'Miai6
Ilia , ami lu done noino ol thu flnut Btulr * orl
Ordf r * ljtimil nromi'tlr &tttn < ! fl tn wi ,
C , F , Manderson ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
1 furttn
TRUTH ATTESTED.
SoraoImportantMntfltncntiiofW *
Known People Wholly
Verified.
In ohlci that the public in * ) full ) rmllio the
Kcmilnom < - of ( ho UI i * nt , M < 11 M the
-OWcrMll TdlllO Ol IhC aMldO Ol which the )
| x ) < , wr- publish hcr Ith tfe IM ( hullo Kr > a.
timviof ptrllNi fthoMnlncfrUy In Ix-i otu qum
Ion The Truth ol lhi e tiMlmonUla In ate
ulo , nor f n th facU they announce I * IR
nonil.
OKAIIA , N . , Ha > S ( , 1KS1.
I 11 WARMm&au
DKARHIK : I hiM frequently Uv\l Wiwnri' *
Safe KlJno , utiil IJ\fr Cure lor loc 1 aRcctloi.i
attendant upon coxpro rheumatl nuieVn , aiul
inteal a ) ilorlrNl tenetlt therefrom. I ha\c
i\l o imod the Safe Nervine with MtUUctory ro-
milt. * . 1 roiiAlili-r thtwe medicine * nor.hy ol
contlJe ro.
IVjml j TtciMurrr )
OMIIU , Nun , Mr. ) SI , 1 SI
I " . W rwn ft CO. , ItocliMtor , N \
( lritt-l ; li \e need jour bale Kidney und
horCmot ! tonprliiKBHtt hvrln\linrator , ntiJ
1 find I the Ixnt romtdy I MT trliil 1 h e
innl 4 bottlri. a tl It luw made 1110 l l U'ttrr
than err 1 uld btloru In the ci > rln .
f. I1. \ \ Show. |
OMAHA , Km , M ) : , IBM ,
II II
Hl'iMiFor moro ttmn 15 jr nr I h > o nudorcil
much In cm iiilenco from eomhltifil Um ! _ v ami
ilicr illmwtn , lit hi\M' been lilt bio to work
iij iitln > mK nfluNo MiiKnffic nl I'rlcda
Kuntmnin mi dictum and doitotn , hut I giv *
Morm : ami or otlft } b ) dny I MM toll 1 had
llrl.hr ltli > iiv . ' , rtml I lnhivl uyclf ilr-ad If I
onilil not h& u npi'ixiy rulicf. I took jour Mifo
H i'iiu ' ) mul Llxcr i urc , knovsliR nothing ol )
wiw tner known tocurothn illsi IIKO , aiul I litu
lot liccn iliMippclnttil Th n illclno IIM cunil
in' , mul lum pirluo ly ncll to din , cittluly
tire K'I > our balu Kidney and l.lurCuru I
lib j ou nil mice Mln puullihltiK lhl \ luibtr
mnouy through ho world.
11 ixpially R'ronviulorimnont <
many of them In also * vlmro h } \\AHnhiiii ) *
onvtl ho hrcncluntitrlly iM'ii.flionlni ; the
rriiiHtkabla ix > or of Wnrntir'i tUfo Khlnuy Aiul
Ll\or Cure , In ll l mwooof thu kUlncju. Ilirr
ar urlimryoiKUtiK. II nny onn who rtuiU thin
nn > phy lal trouMu roniui.bo tlm gru t
r ol ( Itlav
Gentle
Women
Who want glossy , luxuriant
autl wnvy tresses of ubumlunt ,
lioniitiiul H air must use
LYON'S EATUAIRON. This
cloRnnt , clieap article always
ninncs the Hair prow freely
and last , keeps it from falling
out , arrests autl cures grayness -
ness , removes dandruff and
itching , makes the Hair
fitrong , giving it a curling
tendency ana keeping it in
nny desired position. Beau
tiful , healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kuthoiron.
KENNEDY'S
EAST - INDIA
IL13E & CO. .
Sole Mnnuftvcturera. OMAHA.
Went lor Iwln the moot direct , quickest , n
"atert line eonnectliif the ( truat Motrojxjlln. CHI
CAOO , and the KAHTEHN , NOHTII-EA/ITKRXI cirri
and Souni-KidTBKN Livm , which termlnat t here ,
with KANHAH CUT , UAVINWOETH , ATOIIIHON ,
OiUNdi , IlLurfH and OHAIIA. the COMMIRUIAI
CMTKU * from which radiate
EVERY LINC OF ROAD
hat penttrnton thu Continent from the Mluwuil
lUvor to the I'aclflc Bloiw. The
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND A PA-
CIFIO RAILWAY
the nly line from Chicago owning track lrit > .
Kantas , or which , hy IU own road , roaUiia tni-
lOlnU ahove naiiiul. No TRANHMIM r CAKRIAUII '
fo MIHHINU WJNKBC7IONHI No huddling In III
ventilate or nnclcAn care , an eviry ixwnunKcr h
carried In roomy , cltan and ventilated coarhi *
Uion Font Kxnruiw Tralrii.
DArC'AKJiolunrlvalixl nugnlOocnco , PutiMAh
i'AlACii HiKuriNo CA H. and ourown world funioiu
Vit > n > u CAM , UIKIH which inoali are wnixl ol 1111
burjvujBotl uxtLlltnco , at the lo * rate ot HsvxNtr
li CXNTM IACII , with ftiiuile time , for healthful
t nJoynitnt.
Through Care between ChlcaRO , Poorla , Mil
aukco and lllimourl Ithcr Points ; and clone con
ncctloni at all point ! ol Inturwcllon with othar
roiwla.
Wo ticket ( do not forget thin ) dlroctly to over )
ilaie o ! Imiwrtanto In kanaiw. NehraHka. Illttcl
Illl , Wjoniln , Utali , Idaho , Nevada , California ,
Oregon , Waohlngton Territory , Colorado , Arltorm
and New Meilco ,
Anil btrol arrangement * regarding haitgagc u-
any otlar lluo , and rateii ol t re alwa.y/1 aM ow tr
comrM-tltom , who furnlnh hut a tithe o the coin
ort ,
DOIJB and tackle ul j rt rooii free.
Tlckcto. rriaiw and foldtn at all prlntlpa
olllroa In thu drilled Hlutm and Cann-la.
It. It CADLK , K. HT. JOHN ,
Vice I'rn 14 ( .en. Otn , Tkt aiul I'am'r AK
r , Chicairo
BQCGS & HILL
REAL ESTATE BROKER
No. IftOHFaruIiuiu Btroot ,
CMO - Nor h ulde onu Orand Central Hotel
No Changing Cars
mmriiK .
OMAHA & CHICAGO ,
Vhcr illrci pomuvtion are ina.lo with Th iiuh
SUKI'l.Ml CAH LINKH for
NKW Y011K , IIOSTON ,
rillLADKLl'IIIA.
UALTlltOUK ,
WASHINGTON
\NU ALL KABTKHN ITIH8.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Kor INDIANAl'OI.IH , CINCINNATI ,
" 1I.LK , mil Ml | K > Int < i In the
Till IIMT URI
For ST. LOUIS ,
Whom direct connpctionii are nuule in the Union
Dciiol lth the Through Hlcoiilna Car
Lliuxi for ALL -
8 o XT mac.
NEW LINE > ° MES ) MOINES
TIIK KAVOU1TK UOUTK FOH
Rock Island.
The uno < i\alod liuluc-ouuMiU oflcnxl h ) Uila line
a trmolcm and tourlrtu are an ( ollnwBl
The ci-lohntod rt'LLAIAN ( IB wlitnl ) 1'ALAUK
HLr.Kl'INd CA11H run only on thin line 0. , II
b Q. 1'ALAUK MlAWINll UOOM OAUS , will ,
lloilon'tt lu-clliilni ; Clialn No extra chnrtci fni
soatdtn HccllnliiK Clmlrn. 1 he faiuoiu 0 , II. i.
j I'alacu UlnhiK L'wir * . OOT MIH HiuokliiK' Out
IHtod lth vloiraut hlijIiOiackixl nttUtn riuohlni'
clmlni , for the cxclmUu neuot nnt-clino | > a 8
SU'ul Track ftt'J guporlor iiUli | > mvnt coiulih
vlth their gicu.1 throiih | otr anunxanrnt , ni'ki
Lhld. nlio\o all othom , the fa\orlt route to tn
"hit , Soutli nnd tioiithuoHt.
Try It , and jon will Ond trelliiij a lusury In
4 11 of a dlHcomfort.
TlirouKh tlckubilo tills nslebratml linn for nil
at all oilum In the UnlUnl SUtea and Canaila.
All nforiiiitlon aLjut ratoit of farv , Slwrlii ,
Car acvonimodatlonn , Tiino Tnlilon , etc. , will l >
chourfitll ) ghtn hy | | ) ; to |
PKItCKVAIi LOWELL.J
flrneral " nnwcr Ak ! nt , C'liloigc ,
J. POTTKIl.
C ! < i. Man\i'cr Chloivo.
Sioux City ffi Pacilib
THE SIOUX OITY HOUTD
Huns a HolMTmlti Ihruunh from
Council Bhitl'a to fcit. i aul
Without Chnnco Time , Only 17 Hour * .
IT IN
3LOQ MILES Till ! HIIOHTKBT HOUT1
COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO HT. PAUL , MINNKAPOLIB
UULUTII OR D18MAKCK
and all points lu Northern Iowa. Mlnniwotaan
Dakota. Thin lr ! ll equipped with the Improve
Wwitlujbouna .Automatic Alr-brnke anil Mill
Platfom Ooimlor and Duffer : and for
8PEKD. BAFETY AMD COMFORT
ll anmirpantHd. Pullman Palaoo tileonlnK Oar
ran through WtTHOUT CHAMOK Iwtuoon Kat
aaiOllvand fit. Paul , via Council UlufJa an
Sioux City
Tralni lo vo Union Pacific Trail nfcr at Coun
ell Iilun , at T.'Ei p. m. dolly on arrival of ICtri
City. St. Joveph and Council Hindi train ( roi
the South. Arriving at Sioux City 11:35 : p. m
and at ( lit New Union Depot at Ht. I'aul at 1S.J
noon.
TKM HODBfl IM ADVANCE OF ANY.OTUE
ROUTE
3rRem rnb r In uklnir the Blonx City Routi
you got a Through Train. Too Bhortmt Line
the Qutekeat Ttaio anil a Comfortable Uldo in th
Tbrouxh an between
COUNCIL I1LUKK.4 AND 8T. PAUL.
tftioe that your Tickets road via the "Blou
City and I'lclftc Kalliood/ '
J. a. WATTLEH , J. R. I1UCHANAN
Kut > orlnk > iiilcnt. Oonl Pasa , Airent.
P. K. ROIIIhOON , Awi't C.iin'l I'HHH. Att ,
Mliwourl Valley , lona.
J. II. O'llKYAN , Southwottorn A'wit ,
Councl lluI ) , Iowa
1880. SHORTJJNE. 1880
KANSAS CITY ,
StJoe&CouncUBluffF
IB Till ONLY
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
ANDTIIKKABT
From Omaha and the West.
care botwcmn Onuvlia and tn. ixi
ted but ono Wtwouii OMAHA and
NKW YOHK
Daily Passenger-Trains
tlXCUUd ALL
KAHTEHN AND WKHTKHN C1TIKH with LK 8
OUAIUli:9 ami IN ADVANCK ol ALI {
OTIIKJt L.INK8.
Thlj entire Una Is fxiuimxxl with rullni ii'
PtUco SlcvpInK Can , PaUco l ) y Coachm , Miller's
I'Utiona and Coupler , and the cclobnvU *
MlnhouKO ) ( Alr-brako.
TH tt Uut vour ticket raadi VIA nANUAb
OlTf , HT. JOHKI'II & COUNCIL III.UKKa JU11
roJ , via Ht. Joaoih | and fit I-ouU.
Tick tii lor ule at all couiion i-tatlonn In the
Wort. J , K. IAIINAHI ! > ,
A' 0. DXWKH , Q n. Stint. , Ht Jowph , Mo
Ocn. Pun. and Ticket Ai. | , Ht. Jomiph , Mo.
ADDT U < iRt ) , Ticket AK nt ,
IttiO Karnhaui utre t.
A. B. OiKHARD General Aifent ,
OUA1IA , NK
United States Depository
NationalBank
OK OMAHA.
Oor , 13th and Farnam Bta.
oi.Dr.ur HANKINO KHTAIILIHHUKNT IN
OMAHA.
BUOOEBSOnO TO KOUNTZE UROTHERB. )
UTAHLIHIIIIU IBM ) .
M a National Hank Augiut 20 , 1863
CAHTAI , AND PnOKITH OVKH aOO,000
ANb blRSOTORMII
llibiUN KbUNitH , I'rumilent.
AuaUHiuu KOUNTZK , Vice P
H. W. VATIUI , Caiihler.
A. ) , PoriLKiON , Attorney ,
JOHN A. C'KKIUIITON ,
K. II. DAVU , Aunt.
Thl lank receltcn tlejKidlU without ri-nard
moiintn.
lb uts tlmu certlflcateii hearing Intcrcmt.
Drawn drkftn on Han Franc l co and | > rlnulila ;
tltluBol the Uriltud Htatim , also Ixjiulon , Dutjllii
vllnliiiri/li and the | > rlncl | > &l cltlen of the contl *
nent of hiiro | .
Hull * laswimr tlcki U for einlfrunUJIiy tlio In
man line mavMtl
BYRON REED & . CO.
( ILIiHIT UirABLIIIIlU
Real Estate Agency
IN NV.1WAHKA
Kutn a cotuiilete thttract of title to lie *
KutaUi In Omaha an Uouidai county , mavt
NT W AIH ) Ct'JttRECT MAP
jojnnrt unj rt-Monntiln gticstlnn thai th
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERK ! ffV
M M > ojn * thotpj Kift i ( or you to take \\lirn Iravcllns In olllirr riitrction lH > tw ( v-
anri ill of the Principal Points In the West , North and Northwest.
mnmliir tliN V p. Tlio rrlnrlpal Cltln of the \To < t And Norlhwrit nro Htntlon
in llilirond Ui thnuitili train ) uiaku cluso connocttuui wllii the Indus ot ml riUt'XHul.i >
liinollon
THE CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY ,
Over nil of lit tirlncliial Iliiot , ruin oarh way daily from t o to four or moro Kmt I'
' 1 rains it 11 the onlj ro.ul wwt uf Chicago lliat ibcs tlio
The Imperial Palace Dining Oars.
Una
rirkoti over this rot.d nru M > K1 by nil Coupon 'ticket Aleuts In tlio Gultuil Htiitoa nittf
Cil IIII IH. „ |
liomcmner to ink for Ticket sli : lhhroiutlio.sure they rpiul over It , ami take none oilier.
IUUIX Ill'GlUTT , Goti'l MnmiKOr , OhlciiKU. W. 11. STKNMiTT , Ucu'l l'.U3. Apout , Clilcagc
UAllllV P. DtlKL , TU-K.it Aitmil.'O. ' St ft \ \ lUIUnj. llthnnd Fainham gtroot * .
D K. KIM11ALL , AmlalvitTI liot AL-I'II ! H AV W Hallwa ) , Utlijtnd rarnhain itroetl
J. IIKLL , TIckBt A ent C * NV lUIlwa ) , l I1. U. 11. Dopol.
BAIIKHT I'LAIIK Ornrral Aircnt.
The Oldest Wholesale and i THK l.KAIHNU
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here IN TIIK WKSTI
General Agents for the
find all novelties in SILVER
Finest and Best Pianos and
VER WAR'S. ' CLOCKS , Organs manufactured.
Rich and Stylish Jewelry , Our prices are as Low aa
Eastern Manufacturer
uhe Latest Most Artistic any
, , and Dealer.
and Choicest Selections in Pianos and Organs sold
PRECIOUS STONES and for cash or installments at
Bottom Prices.
all descriptions of FINE A SPLENDID stock of
WATCHES at as Low Pri Stemway Pianos , Knabe
ces as is compatible with Pianos , vose & Son's Pi
honorable dealers. Call anos , and other makes ,
and see our Elegant New Also Clough & Warren , .
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
Store Tower
, Building , American Organs , &c. Do-
corner llth and Farnha.ni .
not fail to before
see us pur
Streets chasing.
MAX MEYER & BRO ,
MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW CASES !
Large Stock Always on Hand , dUoOdtf
-DEALERS IN-
HALLS SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
Special Attention
Is Once More Called to , the Fact that
wto CO.
Rank foremost in ithe West in Asso rtment and
Prices of
CLOTHING ,
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Furnishing Goods
Hats and Caps
Wo aro" prepared to moot tlio demands of the trade in regard to Latest Styloa
and I'ftttonm. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection .
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnhain and 300 to 312 13th St
O. H. BALLOU ,
-DEALER IN
Lath , and Shingles ,
Yard and Office 15th and Cumings Street , two blocks
north of
ST. PAUL AND OMAHA DEPOT
ooil-3o )