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TEE UJWAULA UAIL BEE : WEDNEsDAV JANUARY. 2B
Deere & Gomp'y.
\ MANUFACTURERS OP PLOWS , MOLINE , ILL ,
Wholesale Dealers in
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Moline Wagon' ( JoFarm anil Spring Wagons ,
Deere & Mansur CoCom Planters , Stalk Ontters , fto , ,
MoliuePniup , Co , Wood and Iron Pumps ,
Wheel & Seeder Co , Fountain City Drills and Senders ,
Mechanicsburg Maoli , CoBaker Brain Drills ,
Sliawnee Agricultural Co , Advance Hay Rakes ,
Met Manufacturing Co , Eureka Power and Hand Shellors ,
Whitman Agricultural Co , Shellers , Road Scrapers , fto. ,
Molhie Scale Co- , Victor Standard Scales ,
A , 0 , Fish Raoine Buggies ,
, AND DEALERS IN
All Articles Required to Make a Complete Stock.
Address All Communications to
DEERE & COMPANY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. dec3mc2m
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ,
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUG-LAS STREET , OMAHA , NEB. ;
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAILORDERS.
& LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
-DEALERS INS -
S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
1 i I I W i H I mJLma.
Mining and Milling Company.
CufiUUa oik , - - - _ _ iljOOO.'i 6d
Par Vftlue of Shires , ,
- - - - - - - i20MO
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMEL MINING DISTRICT.
UK. J i. THOMAS , President , O-Jinmins , Wjoraliiff.
WS1. E , tl'I/TON , Vlit-IVcaidcnt , Cummins ,
E. X. H/iitt'OOD , Secretory , CuiimiisV ) online.
A. Q. LU.N'N , T/ottHurir , CtiMiniliiH ,
Dr. J. I. lliomu. Loul Ulllor ' . S. llrimi.1 A. O. Diii.n
E. N. Harrood. Francis Lea ena. < /o IKMo / * l-enl * Zolraan.
lr. ) J. C. Watklua
Do22meEm GCO. W. KENDALL , Authorized Agent /WJiUuof Htoclj UP- " " > - Vi . Nub.
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
\ All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS ABB MANUFACTURED TOBACCO ,
Agent ! for BENWOOD NAItS AND LAFL1H & RAND POWDER 00.
EXPRESS IIOBBEKS TRAPPED.
Seven Trunks Full of Stolen Clothing
and Jewelry Uncovered.
Two men and a woman were brought
; o police headquarters yesterday , hav
ni ; been arrested by Inspector Hyrnoa'
ili'tectives fur the recent robbery of
i Dodd's express wagon and its con-
cuts. A greater part , if
ho misMiig property ua also secured.
The ri tibery occurred on the evening
f Uere'.nbot L'S , while the express
wajon was standing in front of No.
7JI Fifth avenue , tlio dtiver havimj
,0110 into the house te deliver a pack
ige. Vl)0'i ) * ' return the wagon had
lisajipcaied. It contained seven tttniks
unil a leather bag. Ainonir the stolen
iroperty woio many ovpensivo articles
if ladies and gentlemen's clothing and
i lar o amount of costly jewelry.
Rewinds amounting to $ ! ! ,000 were
tiered by the express company fin
ite capture of the thieves and the
recovery of the stolen picipony , and
lie c.iso was immediately placed in
he hnnda of Inspector Barnes. The
latter selected several loguea fiom
among the iinini'iiMj number who
crowd the city , who ho thought might
liuve committed the robbery , which
ivas an unusually bo'd ' one , nnd de
tailed Detectives King , U'Connot ,
Ilickoy , Maloney and Koilly to watch
them closely ,
The first suspicions as to the trno
thieves were aroused by the reported
disappearance of two of the sus
pected moil a week ago last night
The men were both professional
thieves and ox-eonvieta , well known
to the police , one of them being Mar
cus Raymond , and the other Henry
Hart , alias lirown , alias "Stuttering
Joe. " It was learned th.it the moii
had both gene to Philadelphia. Lust
Thursday afternoon it waa telegraphed
to the central ollice by the detectives
who had followed them that the lost
trunk had boon discovered. On the
same day the olliceis in Now York ,
who had been working on the- clue
thus given , hail ascertained the abode
of Raymond's mistress at No. 100
South Fifth avenue. The detectives
obtained rooms directly opposite the
house , where they established them
selves , watching the house by night
and by day.
It was observed that the woman
only went out at in lit when she was
seen to be dressed in the most elegant
and costly garments and adorned with
valuable jewelry , \vlnch were found to
coriospond to the dcsctiption of the
.irticles in some of the misbing trunks.
On Sunday night a telegram was re
ceived from Philadelphia , saying that
Raymond was to lolmn to Now York
on the following day , and arrange
ments weie iminedi.itoly made to bring
the game to a close. The \\oumii was
ofc orved returning from an early ex
cursion yesterday morning by Dctec
tnxs Ilickoy and Reilly. As soon as
she had entered the house they went
io the door and demanded admission ,
which being refused they nroho
in the door by force and con
fronted its frightened occ'ipaut ' in the
midst of her plunder. bi.of the
trunks were found up stans and many
of the articles , having been taken out
of theiii , lay about th > room. The
woman was at once arrested. Mean <
while Marcus Kaymond had been
arrested in the Bowery by Detective
O'Connor , by whom ho had been dis
covered ! t No. 15 Delancey street.
They were all quickly briught to
police headquarters , as well as the
trunks and stolen property found it
South Fifth avenue.
When tliu thieves were confronted
with the confederate , the woman , 11
the detective ollice , and the evidence
which had been collected against
them , Raymond at once confessed
that ho was guilty of the crime ,
negro who says he recognizes Ray
mend as the man who drove the homes
from the house in Fifth avenue has
been detained by the police as a wit
ness. The recovoied property is now
in the detective ollioo , whore the
owners will bo called to-day to identi
Why It Pays to Advertise.
Ikwton Journal. .
A reporter dropped into one of our
largest retail establishments Wednes
day and hold a conversation with the i
"You have a great rush , " remarked
"YcH , " icplied the propiietoi , "a
bit ; ruiili partly because it m holiday
season , but mainly on account of ad-
voitisiiij. . "
"How can you tell whether advi'r-
tising pays , and what papers aio good
mediums ? "
"I can tell that advertising payH by
afoppiiig my advertisements. I've
tried it. Trade drops , not at once ,
but the tide of purchasers flow Home
other way. Tlio ouh receipts toll the
IH there any difference in the
sharpnesi of the buyers I mean do
they hiigijlo much over prices ? "
' 'Ol. , no ; we Hell at one price , and
all the best stores in Huston do the
aiiinu. They will sometimes say they
em buy Hiiuh and such : in article
cheaper cluuwhuru. When they men
tion the place wo mind and flee if it is
truii ; and if so wo mark our Block
"Suppose yon should give up lul
vortinimj/ / "
"Well , I should save a big pile of
money the first year , but 1 Hhouldloso
a bigger pile the next two years. You
must keep the boiler heated if you
want Htuiiiii. If you bank your lirca
too long it takes time
A .1 i . . , ? . - . I . to , start . . . up
Advertisi.ig n I In ; ft cam which keeps
business moving ; I'vo ntudiod the
atlclc to tfto Farm.
farm ami Firenidc.
\Vi in-rd i > i tlic oni'ii'-y ' , -iniI MM Hit (
faiiii , tlio very clad * ul ttiduuwultu < ii ( . J
energetic boys that.at the beginning
of each uintur ncamm thnuglitliHsly at
hurry ol ! ' t > > the largo cities with n
view of obtai iMg some moro " ( 'on-
tiscl" occupation than that of f.innini. ' . \
The projiiiHi-d "diploma" from thu
business college iu the "igiii.s fntii'js" (
that hires him from a pin suit in which
ho iti mire to inako n good living , and
if diligent , ultimately Hccure a com
petence. It ja a fatal mistake on the
pait ol thnnaandfl 01 farmers' bojn ( o .
Buppoio that iiftor a few months'
study in a commercial college they
will be fitted for a position in some
flrat class wholcsalo ustablishmont ,
supersede some of the old clerks , and
march right on and become head
book-keeper anil then partner
in the establishment. No
greater mistake could bo innde
mi id business is so different from
mere theory of it , that it is neces
sary to completely drop the letter
from the mind before it is able to
Urasp in detail the former. Real sue
cess in any business depends upon ox
pivionco- the beginningat the bottom
and step by slop working one's waflj '
A few days obsetvation in a laryo
city at the present time will at one-
roeal the startling fact that thoiifn id *
of clciks , book-keepers , nietiaeiigers.
agents and professional young men
aio out of work , and are dailj
seen seeking employment , or are
oigorly watching the "Want Column
in the leading city dailies in the vain
hope that there may bo no opening for
them. There are by far too many win
are looking for easy and lucrative po
sit ions whoso services will neverbure
quired to fill them. Their name is le
gion. Better slick to the farm , where
brain work is needed as much aa else
w here , nnd command success by de
serving it. Cultivate the soil deep
and thoroughly. In the meantime
cultivate the mind , make farm life
pleasant and attractive and it will be
sine to be .profitable in the best BOHHO
of the word.
Mr William I'omeroy , Uangor , Me. .
wrltcR : "t have for a lonj * tluio Bullcrrd
from mntinnnl comtipntlou , making iu >
life a mUe y , and caushiK hcnrinchrs nml
frightful crninpv. Mr. Tnoinason , wt >
how beotilUoly viMtinir lluiralo , Indurvd
1110 to try tlio SritlNo Utos o.M It lias
porfcttlv cured inc. " 1'rloo fiJ ccntc , trial
bottle * tO cents. Itt-lw
Kansas Wool Growers.
rt rpiii-o Journal.
The Wool Growers have had their
second annual convention at Topeln ,
as our telegrams have announced.
Thorn were some very solid men at
that convention , some very excellent
addressee delivered , nnd some valu
able reports made. The lion. J. S.
Codding , the president of the Wool
Growers association , gave nil address
which was full of practical thought ,
from which wo take the following sug-
gostiona with regard to the moans of
securing the best returns for the wool
grown , lie says :
Our slieop have increased in tuo
yeais three hundred fold , and mil
wool-clip the present year will not
fall short of 10 000,000 pounds , and
can bo sold leadily on its own meiitn
in any of the leading markets of the
country. One of the most important
questions for us to decide is : How
can wo secure the largest icturn m
the simplest manner and shortcut
Wo have throe modes in common
uso. Soil to manufactories at home ,
HOIK ! to commission men , or sell t
Our homo manufactories can use
but n Miuill fraction of our clip ; hence
their prices are based on a largo mai
gin for shipment of surplus. The
same can bo said of wool buyers , who
would not enter the field , unless confident
fidont of gains. Soiling tluough the
commissioned men then comes net.
Now I am not one of those who
think commission men are simply
sharks , for I know to the contrary and
firmly believe commission men aie
just as honorable a class as any other ,
and in view of the fact that wo lea\e
everything in ( heirhands , a little mom
so. The wool grower furnishes the
capital and sends it to the commission
men with the implied agreement on
their pait to let the commission men
take out what suits them and rot tun
what is loft , and no questions asked.
Is this jmt or right to grower or c6tn
mibsion men ? No. ' ' 'hen lot mo sug
gcst one lomcdy that has been tried
and proved successful.
Sent anaccreditcdagcnt of the asso
elation to the maikot to represent
growers' interest ; see how it is
handled ; establish n just and friendly
relation with the disposer and con
sumer of your wool ; note the faults
of each clip ; manner of handling ,
quality , etc. , and make report to the
growers , and lot us all profit by the
wime. By this plan , "tlio simplicity
and cheapness of which" is its strong'
OHt point , we piotcct ourselves , and
more than this , we have the assur
ance of the commission men them
aohos that thin plan moots their unqualified
qualified approval , ( I moan all honest
ones ) , as all mistakes and niistmdor-
fitandings will cease or bo explained.
uolim. j rmcu Salvo.
The best salvo in the world foi outs ,
bruises , tiores , ulcers , wall rheum
fever sores , totter , chapped hando ,
chillblains , corns and all kindn of
uliin eruptions. This salvo is gimr
anleed to give perfect satisfaction in
every ease or money refunded. Pnco
Jf c per box. For sale by
tu'i A' MoM/uioN. Omalm ,
VaiKlorbilt's Now HOUHO.
Win. I ) . Vandcihill. has moved into
his new house on Fifth avenue , and
it was opened to friends ot thu fain
ily , Sumo idea of the cost may bo
Kiithmnd from the fact that between
liOO and 7'JO men were employed upon
the interior decorations for a yearand
a half. Sixty foroig carvers and
fculptors were employed for two
JVIIIH , having been engaged in Europe
tor two yeais and brought to thin
country under contracts which assured
them pay at an average rate of < > 0 a
week and passage botli ways.
ailEATKST HKMKDY KNOWN.
Ur , lying's Now Discovery foi Con
sumption is ceitainly the greatest
medic.il remedy over placed within the
reach of sufluiing humanity. Thou
sands of oncu helnless stiflerurs , now
loudly inoclaim their pniisu for this
wondeiiul discovery to wliich they
owe their lives. Not only does it posi
tively cure Consumption , but ( ' .nighs . ,
'olds , V < thma , HroneliiMs IJ.iy
i-toi , J.'i .litii-ne.Hand allailctn > ns of
the Thro.it , Chest and LIIII H yields
once to itn wonderful curatni' pow
er as if by magic. Wo do not .nk you
to buy a largo bottle unless you know
\thatyouiiHo getting , Wo tht-rcfoio
e.iriKJBtly re < jiiest you to call on your
IniifgistH , Lsn \nAlAHo.v : ] , and got i
Lii.il bottle free of cost which will con-
Jico tlio most skeptical of its H'/ndor-
ful merits , and show you what a legu-
lar one doll.ir size bottle will d" For
s.ile by Ish it JMcMahon , < " )
J. L WILKIE ,
218 and 220 S. 14th St. M
| | ;
No Changing Cars
OMAHA & CHICAGO ,
Whpto direct connection r < i m/Klc with T > * Miitf
SLKKIMNQ OAK LINKS ( Of
NHW YOKK. BOSTON ,
AND ALt , K.\smN 11 1 KM ,
The Short Line via. Peoria
far INUIANAPOMK , UINUINNMI. I.UUIH
VILLK , and kll I'Olntai In tlio
tMH K T 1,1.11
For ST. LOUIS ,
Where direct connections ro iiiivlc in the Union
Depot with the Through Hlivpl
Llnca for ALL I'OINTS
MEW LINE DBS MOINE ?
TUB FAVOIUTK HOUTK KOll
The unoqvilcd Indticciuonta oflcroJ by thlit Miu <
to travelers nnd tonrluto uro iv < totlawg :
Tlio cololiratwl 1'ULLSIAN (18-whccl ( ) 1'ALAOU
8LKEPINO OA11B run only on thin line O. , n
& ( j. 1'At.ACK . 'ItAWINO HOOM OAKS , with
llorton's HrclUiiiit : Chulre No ixtrn dilute Io'
mvits In Rccllnlni ; Chair * . The | I IO\IB O , II A
I'nWa DlnlliK' Can. norKTOiiH HinokliiK' ( . 'art
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Hti't'l Truck aril superior e < | tilnuiMit | eainMrv .
< th their KJont throiiKh car umnijinn'iit , milti ?
hs , MJOXO nil otherx , the fiMvltc tonte to tin
Ktuti , South M l Sontluuuit.
TrIt , anil jnnvlll Hint trt.Mjlliik' MixurIn
( trail of a illncointort
Through tlclicUlo tlilfl relolimtud line Inr KH i
it nil olliux In the Ul'Hcil htn Mnn.l Oitnaila
AH nluriiintlon aiont mlm ol fatu , SUi'iili
t' r ncroiiunoditloiM , Titno Ti\MM , rtc , will In
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PKKCKVAL LOWKI.L ,
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tin Vnnrv'i r I'll ! t.- >
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTI )
UutionNollil Tnln lli.-ou li Inini
Couucil Bluila tot. . 1 aul
Without Change Time. Only 17 Houn.
3JO t > MII.EU THK MHoitirsi iiomc
COUNCIL HljUr' i ?
10 T. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DUUJ'fll OK U-jMAKCK
and all | x > luta In Noit'.ium Iowa. Wli.iiinuU. : ui i
Dalotn. This line Is minil'l101' ' llli tlio Iniprat inl
WrptliiKliousn A tointllc Air limloi vul Mllli >
I'latform Ununler and BulTor : and lor
8PKED , SAFCTY AND
Is utiBuquuweil. I'nlliinui I'nl ic < i Slooiilut ; Cnr
run through WITHOUT UIIANGIMianiui Knu
HUH City and St. P.vulla Council Hindu nnil
TralliM leave Union P.irlllc Tinniifer at Conn
ell lllufTit , at 7:35 p. in. ilr.llj on nrrltrtl of Kanrix
City , St. Jovcph and Council Hliiir * train from
the houtli. ArrKliiffat Hloux Cltj HiSfi p. in. ,
and lit the yew Union Depot At St. 1'iuil at 12:30 :
TKN HOIIIU ) ID ADVANCK OK ANV OTIIKH
OTKcnipinhtrlri taHnf ' , the SInux Cltj Hoiitc
} ou Kit a Through Triin. The Hhorltht Line ,
th e QuIcKiHt'lhnu : uiil a CoinlortaMii Uldu in thu
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COUNCIL IILUIT8 AND ST. PAUL.
Kia Unit jour TkkutH rwwt viu the "blonx
City and I'aciilf llnlhoail. '
J. H. WATTLKS , J II. BUCHANAN
BiiiiurintcnilLnt. Ocn'I 1'at-H. A'wit. |
P. E. UOIIIKSiON , Aiia't ( , cn'l 1'iws. A't ,
MlH.-uiiirl Valley , loua.
J. II O'llUYAN.SoutliwwtcriiAjruit ,
( "omul Illuili , Inwa
3880. SK RTUH1E. l 80 ,
KAisfSAS cnrsr ,
St , JOB & Council Blnlfe
Dii-ect Line to ST. Ultti.S
From Omuhaand r.hn * W * HJ
No thtn e l uiri tiotv , 1,111 OHU.IJ MI.II it , . .on- ,
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Dai ly Passenger Trains
HAIIIM1 ! AM
IIARTKKN AWU IVKS'IKKN CIH M nith LKh
UIIAI.til.b.n.,1 IN AOVA.NUKof ALL
OTIIKU I. IN I.- .
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ift'c UnJCom'r U , t'.B. _ .
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
J. O MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb
8AUATOQA HOTEL , J.8. 8TELLINIU3 , Mllford , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , W. P. ELLIS , Otccoln , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , StromiliurK , Ne
AMERICAN HOUSE , QEO H. MCCAIN , South Bond.N ;
HALL HOUSE , A. W HALL , Loultvllla
OITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dlnlr , Neb' .
EXCHANOE HOTEL , C. n , HACKNEY Aihtnml , Neb
CtNTHAL HOUSE , JOHN COOPER , Onkdnlo , Neb.
COMMEHCI&L HOTEL , WM CLEMMONS , ' B wnr < l , Neb.
COMMEriCIAL HOTEL E. EVANS. O'.VfIII. Nob.
DOIICMEQTER HOTEL , A 8 KINKLE Dorchoter , Noh.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q MEAD , NellRh , Neb
CENTRAL HOUSE , JA8 McKILLIP , York , Neb.
TUT TLC HOUSE , W. H TUTTLE , Aurorn. Neb.
GAGE HOUSE , A. It. OAOE , Republican Cltr Neb
DENVER HOUSE CAIRNS & WILLIAMS , HattlnRS , Neb.
OI1ANH CENTRAL f. SEYMOUR , NobrnikA City , Neb
SANDERS HOUSE , CHAS E McNISH , Friend , Neb
WOODWARD HOUSE WAREN WOODWARD , Exeter , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P L THORP , WrcplnRWntcrNeb
ESTCS HOUSE , N T L3TCS , Grnnd Itlnnd , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , F W. WILMB , Kearney , Neb
WILDER HOURE1 THOMPSON REED Wli'jer , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. C CAAnPER , Hnrdy , Neb
GREENWOOD HOUSE , 0 W MAYFIELD. Greenwood , Nell
HAMMOND HOUSE , JOHN HAMMOND , Columluia , Neb ,
CENTRAL OITY HOUSE J. S QREGE1Y , Central Cltv , Ne
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & UECKER , Crciton , IA.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKINS & UI1O , , Red Oak , U.
HOUSTON HOUSE , CEO OALPH , Exlm , la
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C M. RCYNOLDS , Allnntlc , Irt ,
WALKER HOUbE , D H WALKER , Aiiclubon , 1,1.
UUI1C.EOUS HOUSE , D A uuitonous , Neoln , Li.
CITY HOTEL , Dl U. WILLIAMS Harl.tn , In
PARK HOUSE , MK3 M E. CUMMINQS , Corning , In.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , , VM. LUTTON , VllllacA , la.
PARK HOUSE , W. J. GARVIN , CornlnR , In.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Mnlvern , la.
H. M. & M. PEAVY ,
1309 Farnham Street.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnlmm St. , Omaha Neb. n,4mo
1213 Farnhstn St. O-naha ,
Is the place io Buy Bargains.
EVERYTHING MARKED IN RED FIGURES.
Look for the Red Ink Marks.
Is Once More Galled to , the Fact that
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Rank foreniont in the West iu isjjrtuent * nd
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND OHILDRISN'S WWAR ,
ALSO A OOMI'LETO LINK 01' '
Hats and Caps
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til ( I'niti'i'iiM , Fine .Murclmul 'I'mliiniif. ' in Ciuii
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham'and 300 to 312 13th St
1 > OWHB AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
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iiALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BEL
A. L , .SRANG , 205 Farnham St. , Omaha ,
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