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DAILY UJWJW : MONDAY APRIL 10 , i882.
West for bdn ? the most direct , qulcfcori , n
Bdfcrt tine connecting the trteit Metropolis. CHI
CAGO , and the KmitRS , NORTH-EASTIRK , hi <
and Sotmi-KxsTEttM LINKS , which t < rmln tothore ,
with KASUS CIIT , LAV swomn , Aremson ,
Coweit , BLcrra and OuAtu , the CONKUCUI
CISTIM from which r JKto
EVERY LINE OF RSAD
that penctntM the Continent from tha Mlsxmi
Rlvci to the I'ftclflc Slope. The
OmOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA.
I the only line from Chtago owning truck In
KanftM. or nlilch , l > y Ita own rovl , rtwtluo th
points aliovo named. Mo THAKsrxna nr CARRUOI
No Hiosiso oo < BCilo. .8l No huddling In 111
ventilated or unclean care , M every iwsenifcr
Cftrrknl in roomy , clean and vcnllUloJ ccuchM
upon Fast Kxpren Trains
DAT CARS of unrlralcd nu rnlflconca , Pnnjiix
Piuci 8u priM CABS , and ourownworld-Jaaou
DININO CAM , tiuon which moala are served ot tin-
surpassed crcellcncc.'Rt the low rate ot SEVRNT
FINI Cisra ACII , with ampla time for hcaUhtu
Through Can between Chlcigo , Poorla , Mil
waukco and Ulswurl River Points ; and close coc
nectlonj at all points of Intersection with otbri
Wo ticket ( do not forget this ) directly to ovorr
place of Importance In Kansas , NobrMta , Blvk
Hills , Wyoming , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , Oallforo ,
Oregon , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arlzoni
and Now Mexico ,
Aell bcrnl arrangement * regarding b.ipg.ve at
any other line , and nto.i of fare uln a > a nk o r Kt
competitors , who furnish but tithe o tbe com
Dors and tackle of sportsmen free.
Tickets , maps midf oldcra at All prlnclpa
offices In the United Stilus and Cnn.vU.
U. n. CABLE , K. ST. JOHN ,
Tlco Prca't ft Oen. Oen. Tkt andl'aftq'r Aft
Hanger. Clifcur Oblcacr.
Sioux Oiiiy & Paoiflc
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTE
Runs a Solid Train Through from
Council Bluffa to St. Paul
Without Ohanco Tlmo , Only 17 Houra
UII > ES T1IE SHORTEST ROUTE
TO ST. PAUL , MINNKAPOUS
DOLUTIT OR BISilAUCR
and sJl points In Northern lown. lllnncsota am
Dakota. Tills line la equipped with tha Imprat i
Wostlnghauao Automatic Air-brake and Mlllc
Platform Coupler and Duffer : and for
SPEED. SAFETY AND COMFORT
Is unsurpassed. Pullman Palace Sleeping Car
run through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kan
saa City and St Paul , via Council Bluffs and
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Conti
ell Bluffa , nt 7:35 p. m. dally on arrhal of Kansas
City , St. Joseph and Council Bluffa train from
the South. Arriving nt Sioux City 11:85 : p. m. ,
and at the New Union Depot at St. Paul at 12:3 : (
IEN HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY01'flEB |
jCSTRomombcr In taking tbe Sioux City Route
you tct a Through Train. The Shortcut Line ,
tlio Quickest Time and n Comfortable Ride In the
Through Oars between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND ST. PAUL.
jtarSco that your Tickets read vU the "Sioux
City and Pacific Railroad "
J. S. WATTLES. J.R. BUCHANAN
Superintendent. Gcn'l Pass. Aeenl.
P. E. ROBINSON , AsVt Gen'l Pass. Ag't. ,
Missouri Valley , IOHTL.
W. E. DAVIS. Southwestern Aifont.
Onnnrl ninfTs low *
O. SPECHT ,
1213 Harney Street ,
OMAHA , . - - - NEB.
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
TIN , IEON g SLATE EOOFIM ,
Specht'a Patent Metalic Sky
Patent Adjustable Ratchet Bar and
BRACKET SHELVING ,
am the general State Agent for the above
ne of goods.
Oreitlngt , Balustrades , Veranda > , | OHlce and
Bank Railings , Window and Cellar
Guards ; also
Pearson and Hill Patent Inside Blind.
rmrr rr irr rmi i * im *
If jou arowan
your duties o\tm' rV , to re
itfniulantsanrt m * torn brain nerve anil
Hop Bittoroi ux > Hop B.
If you are jounK * ntl fiiTcrlnif trom uy IL.
dlwitUou or dlsjlli * Hull i If you arc mar-
rieC or tlnplc , oM or YOUBB , suurrlii ? trod
poorhealtU or laiiKUl u ine oa a lwJew
ueso , rely oo Hop Blttera ,
Whoever yon ore. * llicusanat ale aXf
wheneror you Kiel iranlly from B > > me
that fjiteui form ut Klaney
needs clcan lnu. ton- dlsr& n ( bat uilubt :
Inif or ttlmulutlair ,
Bllte * " .
. i. eli
orto'narurom li in bcluU
ptaintr ( lueaee
ottb nomacA ,
6oi fk. blood , blecure .
liter otncrvt $ t UHiof opluir ,
You will be tobMCCO , *
cured if you use n&rcotlcr.
Hop Bitter *
ply weak anil
it i It may
life. It ha *
Buved hun A
JOHN BTABLKR , XROUR HC AUP.
IVcsldent. vice I'rea't.
W. B. UXISHRR , Sec. andTren.
MANUFAGTHRIE 00 :
Lincoln , Nob. i
Oorn Planter * , Harrowt , Farm Rollers ,
Gulky Hay Rakei , Bucket Elevating V/Inu
t ml Is , &c.
\\'a \ are prepared to ilo job work and nmnut
Addrci all orden )
NKDUASKA JIANUKAOTUI1INO CO. ,
BOSTOM MARKET ,
Ouming Street. _
J. J. P S , Propr. it
Froah and Salt Moato of all
Kinds , Poixltry , Fioh , &c. ,
in Season. ;
In Various Orgauiaationa of the
Mystic Brotherhood in
Omaha and Else
Mnunday Thursday ia the
Notes and Horns.
Maunday Thursday ia generally
celebrated by the Scottish Kite
throughout the world , and is ono of
the compulsory observances of the
chapter of the lloao CroSx , 18lh degree -
groe , in the United States. On
Thuisday evening some thirty mem
bers of the order in Omaha assembled
in Masonic hall to participate in the
ceremonies of "Extinguishing the
Lights , " and to partake of the mystic
banquet. Illustrious Brother Robert
C. Jordon , 33d dngroo , occupied the
east , Sir Knights 0. P. Ncodham , 32d
degree , and W. E. Annin , 32d , acting
as Eouior and junior wardens , and Sir
Knight J. S. Franco presiding at the
organ. This was the second occasion
of the kind in Omaha , nnd was made
doubly pleasant and profitable by ho
presence of several Sir knights and
brethren from other jurisdictions ,
notably Brother Cooper , 18th degree
lYom Capo Town , Africa , and Brothers
Davis , 32d , Bean , 32d , and Woodman -
man , 32d , from the Northern juris
diction. During the ceremony an
oration the "Seven "
on Lights" was
delivered by Sir Knight G. Sloven-
son , 32d. At the conclusion of the
exorcises in the proceptory , the
brethren retired to the banquetting
hall , whore a substantial supper was
served. Toasts were given to :
"Tho Supreme Council. "
"Tho Supreme Commander. "
"Tho Grand Ledge of Nebraska. "
"Tho Grand Commandory. "
"Tho Grand Chapter. "
"Tho President of the United
"To all Masons of. all Rites and
Orders Throughout the World. "
"Our Dead Brethren. "
Calvary Commandery ,
besides a ] number of individual toasts
to lodges and chapters represented by
brethren present. The banquet
broke up at a late hour after a most
delightful season of social and
A MASONIC I'OKT.
It may not genarally be known that
Companion E. P. Warren , Past G.
H. P. of the Grand Chapter , is a
poet of no small ability. In the pro
ceedings of the ] last meeting of the
Grand Chapter wo note the following
production from his accomplished pen :
Dead Sea Flowers.
The ; tell UP , in the land oar Savior trod ,
There stands a lake with waters cursed of
No bird above its surface wings it way ,
No Kali withiu its stagnant waters play.
A dead malaria JIOISOIIB nil the air ,
Yet on its shores grow fruits and flower *
Seen from afar they added beauty gain ,
In magic sweetness blossom on the plain.
Nor benBt nor bird choir fragranse ever
siii | > ,
They turn to dustjand ashes on the lipp ;
Choking nnd faint llio wre.ched traveler
And tees the mocking fruit before his eyes.
Than Tantalu * , hu burning third to lave ,
With eager longing courts the flcklo wave ;
Stietchea his hand to pluck the luscious
But swaying boughs elude hia vain pur
So Hope , with fairy finger , beckons on
In Beaich of fleeting jnys that never come.
Or , if the bauble WB have sought , we clasp ,
Behold ! 'tis dust and emptiness we t'r ep.
The ( lowers beside our pathway lose their
llH fl ,
Altho' with tears they're watered , not
The trusting hand .isjfplorccd with cruel
And loving hearts .arc smitten sore with
Tha fflde'd garland is no longer prefsed ,
Wo loathe the thing that lies upon our
Its treacherous beauly bloomed but to en-
For Dead Sea Flowers are false as they
The regular monthly meeting of
Covert Ledge takes place on Wednes
day evening next in Masonic hall. A
ull attendance of the brethren is re
St. John's Ledge No 25 , A , M. t tl
M. , held their regular on Thursday 01
Qvcning last , nnd balloted on several 01tl
This evening Jit. 3Ioriah Ledge of 01P
Perfection has work in the 4th and h
th d ti
Dead Letter in the Larger Towns ai
of the Stato-Tnrlvmg Saloon !
Business In the Shadow
of the Capitol.
lope kit , Kfn. , Letter toTho St. . t
The experiment of prohibition is
low almost a year old in Kansas
imo enough to permit a close study
its working Hrno enough to justify
criticism upon its results.
Does prohibition in Kurisasprnhibit ?
It does , and it does not. The pu-
ice records of the largo towns show
no diminution in the amount of drunk
enness , no lessoning in the number of t
jalooiiB , which uro defiantly open in
jpito'of the constitution , the governor , tl
Iho legislature , and the supreme tl
xinrt ; but in the mualk'r towns the in
mloons have been closed , and whiaky inD !
a bovcra''o is diflictilt , and dome-
times impossible , to got.
The fairest statement ot the condi fa
tion of Kansas to-day is to say that faP'
the prohibition clause in the constitu- P' >
tionniicl the statutes following it.havo P'm
lad little'or no effect upon the people m
largo. They have not altered or m
ibridpod the facilities for gottinir th
xlcoholic drinks ; and the reason of cc
his ia very plajn. Prior to the pas- dt
lago of the constitutional amendment tu
the liquor traffic in Knnsaa was ROV
nrncd by what is known ns the loca
option law. In order to open a saloo
the keeper was obliged to get th
written assent of moro than half th
ndult population , male and female , i
the township or school-district i
which ho wished to do business. It
those places which permitted saloon
to bo cstnblishcd under the old law
the new statutes nro dead nnd inopor
ntive. In places where the local opt
ion was against the establishment 0
grogshops thu now law is stringent !
enforced. Until the nest legislatur
moots , in January , 1S83 , this couch
tion will remain unchanged , but nftc
that date prohibition will bccomogoii
oral , for the governor must have now
nnd unforsoon powers before ho cat
enforce the law and bring the law
breakers to punishment , the prcson
executive machinery being manifestly
nnd admittedly unequal to the task
This power will doubtless bo put ii
hia hands. In Kansas , as well as los
idcnl nnd moral communities , the la\
cannot run nhcad of the moral sens
of the people , nnd no matter whn
charges i the judges in Loayeiiworth
Atchison , Topokn , Dodge City , Law
rcncc , nnd the other Inrgo towns maj
make , juries will not convict undo
the now law. This in the situation it
In common with the rest of th
wet Id , I had been given to undorstnm
thnt prohibition was working very
closely in Kansas , nnd thnt the thira
ty mortal who wished to sacrifice to
GambrinuB would have to call boor
"ooa-foam" nnd "soda" in
- whisky order -
der to secure those beverages , nnd nc
cordingly , when I nrrivod in Lenvon-
worth , I sought a "drug store" tg.cx-
pirimont upon. While looking-for
the pharmacy my nttontion was nt-
Iractedton siun swinging boldly in
front of n couple of latticed doors :
"Whisky , Gin , Hum , Imported Ales
"Milwaukee Uoor. "
I dropped in. "Can I have n little
sen-foam ? " said I , depositing n nicko
on the bar.
"Sea-fonm ? "
"Yes , sea-foam. "
"Well , I guess you oould , if Iconic
Ond out what it is. "
"Wo call it beer in Missouri. "
"Well , when you want boor in Kan
sas , you just get up and chirp 'boor ,
and you'll fetch it every time. The
son-foam racket won't work. "
"But I thought the law "
"D-n the law. The law don1
work in Leaven worth , and don't you
forect it. "
"How do you get round it ? "
"Don't got round it ; wo get througl :
it. AVe got n license from the author
ities and lot them fight it out among
themselves. When this law first pnss-
ed wo closed up , but reopened again
right away , and wo have atnid open
over since. "
Mr. Crontn is only one of a hundred
saloon-keepers in Lcavenworth who
have defied the law. Cases are pending
ing against nearly all of thorn , but as
long as that bulwark of American
liberties , the jury system , survives ,
these cases will not do the grog-shop
keepers any harm. In Lcavonworth ,
as veil as in Atchison and Lawrence ,
I was advised to go straight to Topeka -
ka , whore I would find the full
strnnqth and the best presentation of
both sides of the liquor war. Before
giving the results of my visit to that
city , however , it may be well to otato
that from the best sources of information
mation in my reach it is certain thai
liquor is openly sold , as liquor , and
not under aliases , in Leavonwortb ,
Atchison , Wyandotte , Lawrence , Topeka -
poka , Junction City , Dodge City ,
Scranton , Wichita , Carbondnlo , Hayes
City , Caldwell , Honeywell , Osage
City , and a number of smaller places.
It is sold under cover in drug-stores
nt Emporia , Wellington , Aolina , Clay
Centre and Newton. There are not
more than two or throe villages in the
state where , either openly or sub
rosn. one may not procure as much
whisky as one cares to drink.
Topeka is the battlefield upon
which the two parties of temperance
and license have joined issue. It is
hero that cither army haa its head ;
quarters , and it is hero that the
struggle in the whole stnto it epito
mized. Topeka ia a beautiful town ,
full of bustling western activity , and
giving every evidence of stable and
healthy growth. The state house at
present consists of two wings , which
will bo eventually joined together by
central building , and it is in cho
eastern half of this unfinished shell
that Kansas prohibition comes to a
focus ; it is hero that Gov. John P.
St. John wrrks at his task of pro.
venting men from drinking by legal
coercion. I met Gov. St. John nt
the otato house , where I had an ex
cellent opportunity to ntudy this remarkable -
markablo man. You would not take
him to bo the governor if you wore
not told about it ; you would bo moro
ipt to imago that gentleman was wait
ing to sell the governor some light-
ling-rods for the state liouso , or
that ho was anxious to insure the go v-
arnor'n life , rather than thnt he wns
the governor himself , lie hnsn thin ,
jnterpriain.sc face , festooned with a
long , carefully kept moustache , the
liropnr udjualment of which keens
him busy uboiit three-fourtha nt' his
time. Ho was the only man in Kan.
Siva that know the temper of the people
ple well enough to riiK everything on
prohibition fight und to winagroa
ind unexpected victory. I suppose
io is sincere. lie has not a sincere
Face , but thnt proves nothing the
nan must believe in prohibition , or
do could not have done such work for
, He is a slow tnlkor , nnd I do not
jolieve that ho is ballasted with much
nformation beyond liquor and Kan-
Said I : "Governor , I have just
some out of a taloon almost in the
shadow of your utato house. Why
lon't ypu close it up ? "
"I cannot. "
"Then prohibition does not prohib-
"Tint ia not a fair statement of
.ho ; cnee nt nil. I am made to ndmit
hat ; ( here ia just na much whisky sold
LeavunworUi , Atcliiton , Topeka , or
odpo City IIH there was buforo the
H'ohibition Jaw wns passed , but that
Iocs not prove that prohibition is a
ailuro , "
"It docsn'U Then what does it
rove ? "
"U proves that mayorn and city
marshals can commit perjury with iin
nunity , that ia all. It proves , not
hat the law is faulty , but that the ex-
icutivo olllcera of the law nro not
loing their duty. When the legisla
uro next meets & law will be passed
forming n system of police comniis
sions lor the largo towns , under th
governor's control , nndjwo will thoi
see whether the liquor trade canno
bo ntampod out of this state. Thi
municipal oflicers have joined hand :
with the whisky ring , nnd they stani
or fall together. I think it will bo
the nftor alternative. "
Nothing Could J3o Stronger.
1400 PANS STUKET , \
ST. Louis. Mo. , Jan. 20 , 1881. /
II. II. WAIINF.II & Co. : SirsO
have been troubled with kidney dis <
ease since my childhood. It would
bo itnpossiblo for mo to describe how
much I have suffered. Your Safe
Kidney niid Liver Ouro has done mo
moro good than the combined skill ol
all the physicians I have over tried
( luring my entire life.
OAUOLINB F. FI.F.MMISO.
Winter Terrors of tlio Sierras.
The Bodio ( Cnl ) Free Pa' s of
March 21 contains n grnphio descrip
tion nearly tlirco columns in length
of the tcrrifio nvnlnnches thnt fell
near the town of Lundy , Homer inin
ing district , during the late season
ofatorms. Scores of nvnlnnchcs fell
tnoro within a space of three days
Forty-five men , two wojnen , nnd three
little girls wcro buried by Iho slides.
Four men were killed nnd many
Bounded. The snow in the towns
nut ? cnnyoiiB wns from five to BOVOII
feet deep , nnd on the irountnins from
nine to twelve. The first avalanche ,
though it was by no means the Innrest ,
was fn some respects most peculiar.
It ia described as follows :
"No alarm was felt by the inhabi
tants of the two districta until about
4:30 : o'clock on Wednesday afternoon ,
thu 10th , when the first avalanche
turned loose nn 800-foot precipice
ncnr the top of Mount Scmvduii ,
which rises to n height of ,2,000 foot
totwccn nml nt the confluence of
Like nud Mill Creek canyons , over
looking the southern section of the
town of Lundy. This body of loose ,
dry snow , dropped about 8GO feet ,
where it struck upon n bench of the
mountain , bounded out upon thu air
compressed beneath it , sailed ovtr
the tops of the tallest pines , nnd came
lowr , vertically , 1,500 foot from its
last point of contact with the earth.
This demolished the residences and
buried Mr. nnd Mrs. Winters , on the
north side of Chicago avenue , Mr.
nnd Mrs. Mnyos and their thrno little
; irls , and a man named Antono Sil
ver and four Frenchmen on the south
side of the nvonuo. The last named
iarty consisted of Joseph Caron ,
jeorgo Chagnnn , August Dorvn.n nnd
August Duval. Caron nnd ono of the
Mayor girls each saw the great mass
jf snow descending. Caron called to
113 companions that a snow cloud had
jurat nbovo them , and the little girl
rushed into the house and told her
nether n cloud was falling. Stovc-
) ipca nnd chimneys wcro filled , with-
> ut being broken , showing that the
mrd , packed snow descended verti
The second avalanche was no small
affair , and was even mojo terrifying
.ban the first. It started from a cliff J
overhanging the business centre of the
own , where no snow-slido has ever
loen known to occur. "Three-
ourths of the population were in the
streets in the course of the avalanche
when it started , and they could not
lee , aa the snow was five feet deep
and soft. Fortunately , the elide
struck upon a broad and elongated
ock mound or bench projecting'from
ho mountain near its base and burnt
nto ' cloud of spray , or rather the
compact snow was disintegrated nnd
ent whirling with the velocity of fine
hot from a gun , the rush of nir
created by the avalanche being sufii-
iicnt to lift men from their foot nud
mock them aovornl steps , nnd to drive
ho fine snow into plankn of the build-
ng on the opposite Bide of the street. "
An avalanche that shot down Mount
Discovery , on the west eido of Lake
/anon , at 11 o'clock Wednesday night ,
juried many _ persons , swept nwny
: ab < ns and mining works , nnd covered
ho bodies of eomo of its victims to n
Icpthof45 loot. "This slide was
ne-fouth of n milo in width , had run
ntirely across the canon nnd 50,0 foot
up the steep mountain on the other
Many other nvalanclifs occurred on
Vednesdny night and Thursday , some
f them huco ones , that did croat
nmngo. Friday morning opened
nth n clear sky nnd n stiff , cola wind
rom the went. Just an tlio cun waa
ouring its welcome light into the
Canyon , nnd the sloopleno inhabitants
md assembled on the tidowalk to bid
; welcome , three huji ) nvnla.ichca ,
unninrr parallel and simultaneously ,
wont thundering down the northern
lope of Mount Gilcrost , striking the
oe of Lake Lundy nnd shooting across
lalf a milo tu the other shore , The
an had not yet struck the surface of
iio Inko , but as irnmmiso clouds of
no , dry nnow from the avalanches
lied the air the full width of the canon -
on tlio sun poured through and
urnecl the whole nines to eddying gold
ust. Shortly afterward two other
vnlanchos of huge proportions had a
PCO into the canyon from the south
ido ono from Deer Canyon and the
ther Jiotn the side nf tha mountain
ust cast of it. The lint named had
run 'lit two milen before reaching :
10 open country. On reaching the
pen moralno it spread out , Jtko a
I'unu'ii tail , to a width nf nearly n
alf a milo , and rolled down in a
UKO wall of snow . ' )00 ) or 400 foot
ifdi. In space of ono hour und a
ulf no loss than nine ponderous ava-
anches wcro witnessed from the town.
ome of them running running cluur :
cross Lake Lundy and one crossing
ho creek below. i >
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D. S. B NTON ,
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
BmalnaB * traiuaoted lame a * that
at an Incorporated banlc.
Aooouutn liont la oturrono- old
nbjcot to sight check without no-
Cortlflcato * of deposit Itsnod. par-
aTilo in throe , alz nnd twelvemonths
months , Tjonrinfj Iiitoront , or on ( to-
mand irithout intoroot.
Advanoon zaado to onstomor ou
approvoil scourltios at marUut ratns
The intornita of cuatomorn are
oloaoly guarded , nnd ovnry facility
corunatiblo with prlncinlos of
onnd hnnlrliif ; i'rooly ostondatl.
ZirntT ! | ; lit drults ou Eiilunil ( ,
rolunil , Scotland , nud nil oartn of
Soil Enrapnnu passngo tloltoln.
COLLCOTION8 PROMPTLY MADE.
United States Depository
First 'latFnal Bank ,
- OMAHA. -
Cor. 13th and Furnam Bts.
LDEOT BAiriUKO reTABMfiHKlWT I * .
8UOOF.CBORO TO KOUHTZE BriOTHr.rtO. )
as * NUIonal Uanh Aufrucl 9 , 10:1 ,
07rwiai AND PIKKCTOIUI !
dlBUlll KOOKT7.I , i'lralJcnt.
Acoi'iics Koimrrii , Vice PrttlJenl ,
1' , II. D4TH , Cashier.
A , J. I'OI-fLKTON ,
JOinA. ; CSBIOUTOK.
Thl titnk receives deposits wlthon r ( 'ixrrt tc
incunt * .
Issuoitlme certlllc&toa l > ct > rliiK Interctt.
Dratva drifts on San lfr.ini-l > fx ) anil prlneli * !
Itlcu of Iho United fiUtca , al n Lon.nn , Hub I n
ldlnliurihanl tlin > 'ilnrl | l cities rif Mirraull
untnf c-i-r ' ' "
U. H , INDI N Wl ICH. )
I'jNa U HUH /OKMY , I AKO A f
Mar ( , 20 h 18 2 )
H nlod pr'po nl , trdor id. 'iiOuiilliuti ' 'O ' lip
rutlo'ic ' ! ui ndlati I In rdlnr tiio 1 t HitJ
iccnii ) , In accordance \tllh plnii ) ) and spent ! a-
ion on Illr , wit i the Chlel ( juartrrmakti-r , I )
lartmcnt ol the PUtto , Omulia , Ncn. , nnd ul
ictul to thu undg Kliud | , uaru ol Iho Wild
juarUrirafter , Ocftiitiiient ul thu 1'lattc ,
itniaha , Neb , nlll i a received until 12 o'clocl :
idon , on JlomUy , May 1 1. 1332.
ontrnct to l < o revturdcd to the lowiit icspon-
ilhiohldder , subject tolhoanjuoial ol thu do-
lartmontof th Inteilor.
1-ropoiaU muit ttato loiiftli of time rcitlrcd |
lorcompletb of Lulldlnff , after H"0 a ! , " '
jontr.ct , and mint ho accompanied by a certified
heckuuoniiomo U 'ltd HUtti Depositor ; | iy-
iblo tn the order of the uniloiKltfnea for a leant
ilvo ( by. ) iMir cent ol the amount of the pro-
a l , which ch < xk nlmll Iw forfeited to the
UnlUdBt * In cane any bidder jocehlnc tht
tuard , ( hall fall to cxccuto prcmptlv a contract
with irood and tiildcknt suretliH , aceorillff to
HioUTiiiH of hli Did , otherHlio to be returned
the bid Icr.
Mauibulldlni , ' ! ! to'io two story 0x40 , ad.
JltoiH tibeonuetorysiiioo , of lumber , 4
For further Information adilrcDa uiiJuulgnoU
U i\Sw \ U. H India
nit French Doable Thick Flat and Bent Show
0. J. WILDE ,
1310 und 1317 Oasa Strapt ,
Clarkson & . Hwnt ,
Bacccswvn o RSchatdt fc Uaat ,
ATTORNEYS - ,
8 UtbBU r
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERH HOTEL ? ,
SARATOGA HOTEL ,
MARSH. HOUSE ,
HALL HOUSE ,
CITY HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL ,
GREENWOOD HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
ENO'3 HOTEL ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ,
MORGAN HOUSE ,
JUDKINS HOUSE ,
HOUSTON HOUSE ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE ,
WALKER HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
CITY HOTEL ,
PARK HOUSE ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
PARKS HOTEL ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
JUDKIN8 HOUSE ,
DALL HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
GRAND PACIFIC ,
WOODS HOUSE ,
DOUGLAS HOUSE ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
J. Q. MclNTIRE ,
J. 0. STELLINIU3 ,
JOHN HANNAN ,
A. W. HALL ,
CHENEY & OLARK ,
J. 0. MEAD ,
P. U THORP ,
A. 0. OAARPEFT ,
O. W. MAYFIELD ,
E , U END ,
O. D. HACKNEY ,
FRANK LCVELL ,
C. L. GRUDD ,
SWAN & DECKER ,
JUDKIN3 & DRO , ,
O.M. REYNOLDS ,
D. H. WALKER ,
8. DURQES3 ,
Dl D. WILLIAMS ,
MRS. M. E. OUMMINQO ,
J.IU AVERY ,
J. W. DOULWARE ,
F. M. PARIJ ,
HENRY WILL8 ,
WM. LUTTON ,
FRANK WILKINSON ,
H. H , PERRY ,
D , F. STEARNS ,
J. NORTON ,
JOHN ECKERT ,
J. Q. DUNHAM ,
O. D. HACKNEY ,
Lincoln , N h ,
MIITord , Neb.
Neb. " 3
Blair , Neb.
Nellgh , Neb :
N bra ka City , Neb
Hurd'y , Neb.
Greenwood , Neb )
Olarlnda , Iowa
Eremont , Neb.
Aihland , Neb
AtUnion , Neb ,
Guide Recd , Neb.
Oretton , la.
Red Oak , la.
Exlra , la ,
Atlantic , In ,
Audubon , la.
Neola , la.
Harlan , In ,
Corning , la.
Durllngton Junction , M
Blanchard , la.
Shenandoah , la.
Collcco Springs , la ,
Vlllljcn , la.
Malvern , In.
IdalQrove , la
Odebolt , la
Columbut , Neb.
Otceola , Neb.
Clnrkt , Neb.
Ashland , Nab.
Mining and Milling Company.
. . . . . . . . .
Working Capital' fSOC.OOO.
. . . . . . _ .
Hiock , , ,
Capital - ) f 1,000,000
. . . . . .
I'ar Value ol Shares , - - [ - 2o,000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMBL , MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyomlnp.
WM. E. TILTON , Vice-President , Cummins , Wyoming )
E. N. HAUWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming.
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wyoming.
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Lout ) Miller W. S. Bramol. A. 0. Dunn.
E.N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavens. flco. II. Foloa. Lewis Zolinan ,
Dr. J. 0. Watklns.
na22mo5m QEO. W. KKNDALD , Authorized Agent for Sale of Stocltt IV" ' " > n " H . . Nob.
GLO IERS !
1309 Farnham Street.
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Np.b.
JPOWBB AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
HALIADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURGH5AHD..SCHOQI SELLS
A SRANG2W ( F w-Un St. , Omaha
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JOBBERS OF
mELERS' ' TOOLS JfflD IATEEIALS
ALSO WESTERN AGENTS POIlfiTIIB
SMITH AMERICAN OSCAfS 60/S OifSGAKS ;
SpootaclOB of the Oolohratoil STAR TINTED MAKE aroisolil BI ]
oluuivoly by , us.
DIAMONDS IN LAK&E VARIETY.
line of Sheet Musio , Eastern Prioos Dnplioated , , -
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
WHOLESALE JEWELERB , Opp. the Post gOffice
OMAHA , - - NEB.
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