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THE DATLf BEE OMAHA SATURDAY , JUNE 17 , 1882.
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imiD & ; GO , ,
The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware House
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1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET ,
_ 01V1AHA . NEB.
WHOLESALE
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALEll N
Wall Paper and Window Shades ,
1304 Farnham St , Omaha Neb.
ZROTHI &
holesal © Lumber ,
Ho , 1408 Faralam Street , Omaha , Neb.
The Oldest Wholesale and THE IiEAOING
Eetail JEWELRYHOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here IN THIS WKSTI
General Agents for the
find all novelties in SIL Finest and Best Pianos and
VER WARE. CLOCKS , Organs manufactured ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry , ur prices are as Low as
Eastern Manufacturer
the Latest Most Artistic any
, ,
and Dealer.
and Choicest Selections in Pianos and Organs sold
RECIOUS STONES and for cash or installments at
Bottom Prices.
all descriptions of FINE A SPLENDID stock ol
WATCHES at as Low Pri Steinway Pianos , Knabe
ces as is compatible with Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi
honorable dealers. Call anos , aud other makes.
Also Clough & Warren ,
and see our Elegant New
Sterling Imperial Smitt
, ,
Store Tower
, Building , American Organs , &c. Do
iir * llth and Farnham
coir not fail to see us before pur
St/jets , chasin ? .
MAX MEYER & BRO. , ,
Stock Aways on Hand.
THE MOLINE STOVE
They mnko a specialty of COOKING STOVES , and l o this jc.ar plareJ In tlio marliet . .
cneof the MOVTKCONOM C'AM ) JI > i > t SA'IHFACTullV STOVIISmer inailo. 'Jhoy ninl.o . l.rtu
Plain aiul extension top , and fuaranioo all tbur "JOiU Vlio agents [ or thu company uru.
PIEROY & BRADFORD ,
-IlLALLKS IN-
3V3C , v 3CT 1 ? 3 3 * g3:5 ,
GRATES , RANGES , STOVES ,
UOUHE FUUNISniNO GOODS , Etc ,
211 FARNAM STBBET. OMAHA NEB
JEWELERS AMD MUSIC 'DEALERS ' !
Watches , Diamonds and Jewelry.
of the very latest designs. Silverware , genuine
Uoger Bros , Hoods , GOLD AND SILVER HEAD
iNES , the Largest utock in the Oily ,
NOS AND ORGANS ,
We liaiidlo the boat miuufaoturfid , and will not be
undersold. QHELT MUSIC AND MUBIO BOOKS ,
Musical Goods ol all kmds , Remember our Prices
are Lower than the Lowest ,
i Manufacturing and Repairing a Specialty.
INGELL ! & BOWES ? , OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
POETRY OP THE TIMES.
, Wanted .
Vnntod A vrife who cmi h&ntllp n lirorm ,
To brush down the uobwc t Ami sweep tu
I lie room ;
To make decent bieatl , tliitn fellow can
Clt
N'ot the horrible oomivmiul you o cry wlir-re
me t (
\Vliu known how to broi'i to fry , and to
roast
Mnko n cup of good lo > nnd a pUtter ol
toisl ;
A woman wl.o WAS' e , cook * , irrnm nn < ;
An < ! ? ews up tlie rii [ < in n fclhw'a M
lirceclies ,
And make * her tnui crvrmcnU nn Item
tthich is
So horrid oxpcnrite u every one knows :
A common * eiwc croatitro , and still with n
niiinl
To tench nnd to Riiiile exalted refined :
A sort of nn angel nnd housemaid c.ni.
bined !
Ob , Hueh.
llenrts wcro inado to break ,
Ifnnr'a were inailo to squeeze ,
Kycs wcro nude to rnve about
And inako iron do an you please.
Kara veto wade to bnrn , 1
Feet were made to show ,
Girls were made to flirt with men ,
IJut men with cirls oh , no !
Wnista were made to hug ,
Tonguoa wcro made to tune ,
Arms were mndo to circle tlio girls ,
And lovers wcro mad * to sj eon ,
Vcld < were tnndo to drop ,
Checks wcro tnude to blush ,
Hair was inado to curl nnd frir ,
IJIM ! were made oh , huslil
A Kiss for Slater ,
Slio was a very Httlo girl ,
And as 1 bent and kissed her
'There , that 5 * for youuolf , " I said ,
And this is for your sister. "
hast night I called In friendly way
Sonic gay f-irl friends were there ,
And laugh nnd jest went gaily round
To banish weary caro.
The little girl cime romping in
And unto mo said she :
"I dive tint lisa to sizzer Hell ,
'Ou left for her wiz me.
' 'She tinned mo lots ' < > times an1 ( aid ,
Wlien folksei 'ouldn'l see.
I iniftht dive ' m to 'ou dust wait
'Till ou's ' alonu wime ! "
1 blushed , and so did sister Hell ,
Tlie gay girl friends , ah mo !
I wished the horrid things had been
A thousand miles at so i !
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Wagner's "Meiftersinger'1 hai been well
received.
Mr. Henry Irviut ; h.vs been cnga cJ for
a visit to America in 1883.
Victor Htis'o'd new drama , "Ttnque-
mada , " has appeared.
Belgium has 2,00) musical societies aud
1,400 bands , the number of musicians be
ing about 00,000.
Judic had a fine offer from Grau for a
tour in America , but signed n new contract
at the 1'aris Varieties.
It cost Mr' Ugo Talbo n trifla o\cr $300
to bring out Altred Collier's "Mask ol
Paadora" iu San Francisco.
Mine. Nilsson's engagement with Mr.
Gyo is for twelve nights at Covcnt Garden
and then two seasons in America.
John T. llajmond'a now comedy is call
ed "Touch nnd Go. " It will he produced
next season at the Park Theater , New
York.
Mile. Khea , during her stay in Kurope ,
will place herself under the tuition of Neil-
son's instructor , Dr. llyder , of London ,
and will take a lesson daily for two
months , giving all her time to the study of
Ju iet.
The recent finding of an eel by a Now-
ruk church organist in the pipe that sup
plies water for the bellows was a perform
ance not mentioned in the musical pro-
KTnmme of the flay , though it might have
been down ' 'Bel "
put as Trovatore.
At the last Btato concert in Buckingham
Palace , Wagner , Mendelssohn , IJerlio/ ,
Rubinstein , Gounod , Sullivan , Kossini ,
nnd Schubert were represented on the pro
gram. The band and chorus consisted of
over 170 performers , and the soloists were
Albaui , Nilsson , lloja Horace , 1'atey , nnd
Messrs. Guraand Mierzwinaky ,
Madame Matiriia receive ! 28.800 florins
for a season of eight months at the
Hofoper in Vienna , und * or her viait to
America 2-1,000 florin9 , traveling and all
other expenses for herself and three per
sons. She returns to Kuropo on the 22nd
of June , and on rho lit of July proceeds
to Boyreuth for the nl 1'arsif rehearsals.
It will bo news of real interest to the
dramatic profession nnd the theater-going
public that Samuel Colville'ri next venture
of importance will be the organization of a
thoroughly first-dais dramatic company
in every way callable of producing nuci !
[ > Iayc 'As You Like It , " "S heel for
rfcandal , " "Old Heads nnd Young Hearts , "
"Much _ Ado < \bout Nothing , " "Jlomeo
iml Juliet , " etc. , in the moat complete
manner , as regnrdj cast of characters , cos
tuming and scenery. Mr. Colville expects
that the pleasure of the artists engaged
will bo enhanced , as only the larger cities
ivlll boieltcd and the stay in each ono
ivill bo from two to eight weeks , thereby
i\aiding frequent change of residence nnd
'atiguo of travel. The organi/ation is
low in progress of comi lelion nnd will be
ready for the seniton of 1S8U-I.
CONN D BIALI .TIE3.
A Pennsylvania court has jwt decided
that a marriage < ngjgcnient made on Sun-
lay is valid. That court is sound ,
Lillian Andrews , of Hnyorly's "Michael
itiogolf" party , was married last week in
Now York to Mr. Frank Dowd , of San
H'rincisco ,
W. Gillette , the author and nctor of
"The Professor. " wns married in Windsor ,
Ont. , lapt Thmudry to Misd Helen
\VIckles \ , formerly of Uetiolt.
And now the liohton gosslp-i have it that
D i.ar Wilde i * won to wed a New Ktulaml
'ir ) . the daughter of a lidy distlnguiuhcd
in litcraty circlen.
The people of Hhnronvillc , Ohio , wcro
iiirjirised when MtUride , u ed foity ,
married Mra , Ken er , aged seventy- | ,
liit not when he dhappearod uitli hei
52,300.
Miss Maria O. D nton , a grand-niece of
the famous UlinmnH H. 1'enton , WHS mar
ried ant week In St , Louis to Benjamin
K. Cable , only Mm of P. L. Cable , the
Rook Inland millionaire ,
A westdrn young man , aged eighteen ,
lias eloped with n mairied woman ( if
three-score years , fhlt iiMthotlo cra e
for untiqulties is boaiming altogether
lee general , nnd threatens to cause trou
ble ,
A Texas man was maided while dying ,
and tlio fashion journa s , after a lengthy
illKCUiislon , have decidtdthat , nlthoughhis
widow mint v\ car full mour/jing for thir
teen days , etiquette , under the cir < HIM-
stances , will permit her to luvo clocks
i > n licr stockings , [ Philadelphia Chrcm-
kle.
frfe'yinnn In a lecture on "How to
Uet Married" s id : "JIvery man wunta u
wife , and every woman wants a huuband.
Hut the great dilllculty i < that the woman
the man wants won't have hlin , mi'l ' the
man the woman wants wants some other
woman , "
A demure , diminutive uirl. aged eigh
teen , h under arreit in Phliadeljihia for
bigamy. She haa throe living husbands ,
all of whom he has married within two
yean , When nnkod why she had done
this , she said : "They were nil good fol >
lows , and they coaxed me HO , "
Among the gifts presented [ to Misa An
nie Fuster , dnughtor of Governor Foster ,
of Ohio , upon the occasion of her marriage
last Thursday , was one from Mr * . Gar-
field , accompanied by the sentiment , "May
yon hi the queen of marriage ft perfect
vlfo. "
A clergyinin on nskiriR th brldo if he
wi.uldlmve this man , wv * stnrtltd t lior
rpplylnp. "Xo , sir. I waft Httlo Utc jftt-
ting to the church : It wasn't my fault , but
he M , ' ( } -d d-m you , if tlili > s Ilia
w y jou hcRlo , you'll Ind it to your co t
' " Under clr-
when you'ic my wife thojo
i umitincw she cancluded the woman I IM
his wife. She repented in Iw lo nnd will
marry at IcUutc.
At n Ktvli'h we Wine > n to tike iilnce
ina fiMdnnibln c'litrchin N w Xork the
111 lp maUl MS M c > niNt of siv cherubic
littl fiirlf > luiii ni-in pgo fr ° > " * 'x ' tom
TC M. Tlioy nre to 1 o attired in clianMnK
lookinu Knto Urcennway costumca nnds
of poailiell'pink foulard , tilmmedwithUco
and natural rosebuds ; wilh brovl Mshci
nf iiiuk moire nnd bowitchlng Httlo ( Jileen
Mali lioi.ncls of while fhirrcd aurnh , Hod
town wilh moire > iik strings , Iho croxvjbc-
ing wtcnthrd with tiny nines rotes. J hey
nre to entry French gilded hnsketsofhlt \
nnd pink ro en , wherewith they nrotiec.it-
ter the brldo' * path us , unaccompanied ,
flic walks up the church nislo to the chan
cel , where olio Is to meet the rest ol lie
lirhUl parly , who have preceded her into
the church.
A wedding party that arrived from the
Poplar Kiv or agency by the utenuicr IJe.l
Cloud the other day , attracted considera
ble attention. They were two couples and
a waiting mulil , nnd nil aboriaines of the
purest tj pe. They were on tholr warning
tour , nnd of course they wore paintol in all
the most gaudy colors known to the toilet
bags of the untutored. Upon theirairhal
they at once net to work oiccting their
bridal chamber down 1 > V the river side
where the yellow butter CUDS bloom , where
they could listen to the whispering of the
great river while enjoying their honey
moon The tceno was a novel ono even to
old frontiersmen , inasmuch ns it was the
first wedding tour over made by Indians in
this country , nt least nfter the manner of
the whltof , It was n deviation from old
Indian ctiitnms. Another fonturo of interest -
est connected with the party was that the
brides acted much llko the brides of the
pale face. There was no dllliculty In de
termining the relationship of the young
reds. They oven hung on to ouch other s
hand- " just like the whites. Bismatk
Tribune.
PEPPSKMINT DROPS.
The Mlsilssippi nefiro will sell his thirt
for a first watermelon.
Younp mnn , go south. You cm buy
young alligators iu Georgia for ten cents
apiece.
The firm of WooUn , Webb & Co. , Indi
nnapolis , failed last week. Cotton , Warp
& Woof are raid to bo a Httlo shaky , nlsii.
"Everything seems to have como to a
stand stiil" remarked a I'eima man as he
tied his horse in front of n sour-mash
foundry.
Sand and dirt may accidentally get mixed
with cotton to inureaee its vvelcrht , but
beans and liens don't hop lute colfee-sacks
without help ,
A Kansas man nto twenty-one boiled
egcs in seven minutes nnd thereby won a
bet of 82 , but 82 doesn't go far townrds
paying for a funeral.
It has been discovered In Franco that
electr city will make seed vvino out of
hopelessly sour wino. This will seriously
affect the vinegar m.irkot.
There nre still a | few parsons at largo
who will invest thtir money in mining
stock in preference to investing in n dot ;
nnd shooting the dog.
When a St. LouH goat balances himself
on the rim of an empty beer keg nnd takes
in n whole circus poster nt one meal , the
town cannot be entirely devoid of literary
tautc.
tautc.A
A Nashville mm his kept his oyc on
? even different men who u o hair-dyes , and
: io has discovered that it makes 'em moan ,
low-spirited nnd cranky. Three ol the
eevcn were in jail in less than n year.
A Chattanooga man was looking up a
chimney when a bolt of lightning came
down and ( tripped the buttons oil his vest.
Lightning which can't do better than that
should fool around the gables.
"Yes this must be the ladies' cabin , "
said a , young lady to her friend as they
halted at the door of a cabin of n Pulton
ferryboat and peeped inrmisilively in.
"Why flo you think so ? " doubtlngly asked
the other. "O , because there are so many
men in it , " was the answer. Brooklyn
Kagle.
A lady whoso husband was the cham
pion snorer of the community iu which
.hey resided , confided to a female friend
; he following painful intelligence : * 'My
lifo has not been one of unalloyed delight ,
I have had the measles , the chicken-pox ,
the cholera , the typhoid fever , and inflam
matory rheumatism , but I never knew
what roil misfortune was until 1 married
u burglar-alarm- "
Free of Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a greit remedy ono that will positively
euro Consumption , Coughs , Colds , Aeth-
im > . ] ! ronchitis , or any affection of throat
and lungs are requested to call at
C. P. Goodman's Drug Store and get a
trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption , Fiici : ol' COST , which will
show you what a regular dollar-size bolllo
will do.
A MO0EBN SERMON.
Showincr How Much May bo Made of
a Simple Text by an Ingenious
Proachor.
Brethren , the words of my text arc :
"Old Mother Hubbard , she went to the
cupboard ,
To got her poor dog a bone ;
: iut when she got thuio tht cupboard was
bare.
And BO the poor dot' had none. "
Thcso beautiful words , dear friends ,
carry with thorn a aolunm leaBon.
1 propose , this evening , to nimlyzo
huir iiiuuiniit , ' , aud to atluinpt to up-
ily it , lofty aa it may bo , to our
uvory-day life.
"Old Mother Ifubbord , she went to the
cupboard ,
To get her poor dog a bone. "
Mother Hubbard , you tee , was old ;
hero being no mention of others , wo
i my presume slit ) was alone ; u widow
ft friendless , old solitary widow.
Vet , did fihu dcnpair ? Did she ait
down and weep , or road a uuvol , or
wring her liundR ? No ! "wont to the
cupboard. " And hero obscrvo that
ahotout to the cupboard , She did
not hop , or Bkiv , or run , or jump , or
use any other peripatetic artifice ; she
lololy and merely went to the cup-
joartl.
Wo have aeon that she was old and
kmo'.y , and wo now further ace Hint
oho w-tt-j poor. For , mark , the words
nro "tho cupboard. "
Not "one of the cupboards , " or the
"right-hand cupboard , " or the "loft-
liad cupboard , " or the ono above , or
thu ono below , or Iho one under the
atair , but jufit the cupboard. The ono
little humble cupboard the poor widow
pos'jesai'd. And why did alio go to
the cupboard ? Was it to bring forth
gulden goblets , or glittoiing precious
Htoncs , or costly apparel , or feasts , or
any other attributes of wealth ? It waste
to get her poor dog a bone ! Not only
was the widow poor , but the dog , the
solo prop of her ago , was poor too.
Wo can imagine the aocret. The
poor dog crouching in the corner ,
looking wistfully lit the solitary cup
board , and the widow going to that
cupboard in hope , in expectation
may be to open it , although wo are
not dietinctly told that it was not half
or njar , to open it for thai poor
IVit when * ho got thcro , the cupboard MM
bare ,
And so the poor dog had n ne.
" \Vhonsho got tin re ! " You eec ,
dear brethren , what perseverance is.
ou fteo the beauty of persistence in
doini > risht. ; Slio got there.
There are nn turnings nnd ttriitingo ,
no alippings and glidings , no leaning
to thu right or fnHurin s to the loft.
Wilh uloiious simplicity Wo nro told
she got thcro.
And how waa her noble ollort re
warded'
"Tho cupboard was barol" It was
bare' Thcro uoro to bo found neither
orniifjoi , nor cheesecakes , nor penny
buns , nor singer bread , nor crackora ,
nor nuts , nor lucifer mutches ,
The cupboard wn * bare !
There was but ono , only ono soli
tary cupoard in the whole of that
cottage , and that ono the solo hope of
the vudpw and the glorious loadstar
of the poor do ; , was bare ! Und there
been n leg of mutton , n loin of lamb ,
a fillet of veal , oven nn ice from Gun-
tor's , the case would have been other
wise.
wise.Many
Many ol you will probably say with
all tliu pride of worldly sophistry ,
"Tho widow , no doubt , wont out nnd
boueht a dog biscuit. "
Ah , no1 l < ar removed from these
earthly ideas , mundane dcsiroa , poor
Mother llnbbard , the wiodw , whom
many thoughtless worldlings would
despise , in that she only owned ono
cupboard , perceived or I might even
eay saw at pnco the relentless lopic
of the situation , and yielded to it with
all the heroism of that nature which
had enabled her without deviation to
reach the barren cupboard.
She did not attempt , like the still'-
necked scoffers ot this generation , to
war against the inevitable ; she did not
tiy , like the so-called men of science ,
to explain what she did not under
stand.
She did nothing "Tho poor dog
had none ! ' And then , at this point
our information ceases.
Jut ! do wo not know eullicicnl ? Are
wo not cognizant of onoughi
Who would dare to pierce the veil
that shrouds the ulterior fate of old
Mother Hubbard , the poor dog , the
cupboard , or thu bono that was not
there ?
Must wo imagine her still standing
at tlio open cupboard door depict to
ourselves the dog still drooping hii
disappointed tail upon the floor the
sought-for bono still remaining somewhere -
where else ?
Ah ! no , rny dear brethren , wo are
not so permitted to attempt to read
the future. Suflico it for us to gleam
from this beautiful story its many les
sons ] suffice it for us to apply them , to
study them as far as in in us lies.
The London Luncot.
The "London Lancet" says : "Many a
life has liecn saved by the moial courage
of the sufferer , " and ninny a life has been
saved by takingSrniNci Cl.ossoil in casoof
billions fever Indigestion or liver com
plaints. Trice 50 cents , trial bottles 10
cents. jlS'dlw
D. M0 WELTY ,
( Snccosnor to D. T. Mount. )
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Saddlesi Harness , Whips i
FANCY HOUSE CLOTHING
sV Busters and Tnrf Goods
of ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
.Agent for Jaa. It. HIM & Co.'a
The Best in The World , "
OrJera Bollclted. OMAHA , NEB
me ly
FAST TIME !
In going Hint take tba
ijMcap&Nortliwest
Trains Icutn Un.aha3:10 : p. m. and 7:10 a , m
Hull ln.'oiii r.tlon call on H. P. Dim. TlcJ-el
Agent , Htll unil Farnbnm llta. J. KKLL , U. P
l.s'lncy ' Depot , or ab JAMKHT. CliAKK , Oenei
Ayen ) , Onal. 1il7mi If
SYPHILIS
inunyetngo
Oaturrli ,
KOZKMA ,
Old Sores ,
Pimploa ,
BOI'LS ,
or any
Sftin
se
Ouroa When Hot Springe Fail
MAVmuf , ARK. , Muy . 1861
Wt , have casci In onr own town who lived at
Iiot8liij3 | > , iiid uerafinally unud with B. H. B.
ti Muuur.
If lfi u uouuc.coiuo to BOO ua auu M.ViLU
UUUK YOUH OK char6'o notlilu ? I I Write for
nartlcularu and copy of Httlo llaok
to the Unfortunate Huffcrlno
"l.OMI HowiirU i" bo i.aia to auj
i hcraUt who will Ilnd , on anilysla 100 tottlc
3 , S. a. , ono narticlo of Mercury , lodlda 1'otw
xlutu or any Mineral substance.
BWIFT QPECIFIO CO. Projn ,
Atl&ott
Prlo of Small ilze , f 1.00.
Large ( Uo 81.76.
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IfOTXLS. PROPRIETORS
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OARATOQA HOTEL , J , 6. STELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb.3
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , DROWNSVILLE , N b
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromthiirg Ha
HALL HOU3E , A. W. HALL Loultvtlla '
OITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Ulalr , Nob.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. O. MEAD , Nellfih , Mob.
QRAHn CENTRAL C.ISEYMOUR , NnbraiV.i City , Nab .
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplnnWaler.Ne
COMMEHOIAL HOUBK A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Nsb ,
GREENWOOD MOUSe , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
COMMEHOIAU HOUSE , E , OTOREY. Clarlnda , IOWA
END'S HOTEL , E , L. END , Eromonl , ' , ' ( .b
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. n. HACKNEY , Ashland , fv'eb
METROPOLITAN HOTCl , FRANiC LCVELL , Atktnton , tilt.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. ORUUU , Qjldo Hoed , H b
SUMMIT HOUSE , OWAN A DECKER , Creston , In.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALHH , ExIrA , In. <
REYNOLDS HOUSE , 0. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURGE8S , Neola , la.
OITY HOTEL , Dl A. WILLIAMS Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMING8 , Oornlnn , la ,
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COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld Olty , Neb
DAQNELL HOUSE , CHA8. DAQNELL , College Spring * , la ,
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JUDKIN8 HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Matvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Qrore , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb ,
DOUQLA8 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarkt , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLACK & 80N , Marjivlllo Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WIN8LOW HOUSE 0. McOARTY , Geward , Nab ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , AuronrNet ,
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZ'ER , Sidney , N tj.
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D. W. ROCKHOLD , AVOCA la ,
CENTRAL HOUSE LOCKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak.
FOSTER HOUSE Capt. JOHN FOSTER , Lowlt , la.
WHITNEY HOUSE , E. HAYMAKER , Qrliwotd la.
TTPT W .
AND
L"X"y" ncn na Jru
Mining and Milling Company.
Working Capital' - tSOO.OOJ ,
C pllaiBiocV , 91,000,000
r r Value ol Shared , 826,009.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. j. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming.
WM E. TIIYTON , Vlco-ProsMcnt , Camming , Wyoming
E. N. nARWOOD , KwroUry , Cummins , Wyoming ,
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wjomln
Dr. J. I. Thonuia. Loula Miller W. S. Drnmel. A. O. Dunn.
E. N. Ilaiwood. Francis Leavens. Qeo. II. Jb'aloa. Lewis Zolmn.
Dr. J. C. Wntkn ! .
no2mo5m fiEO. W. KRNDATjTj. Authorized Aorcnt for S lo of Stock- ! ' .
TIME TABLE.
CARD CHICAUO , BT. PAUL , UIKKBlFOLta AMD
OMAHA RAILROAD.
LPHVO Omaha Fasaenfcr No. S , 8SO : a. m. Ac-
mumUatloa No. 4 , 1:0 tp. tu
Airlvo Omaha Pasjcnsrcr No. 1 , l'0 p.m.
tc : n. c D Jatlon No. S , 10.M ) a. m.
4 Vine OUAUA HAST OR DODTII 10DTD.
0. , D. fc O. 7tO n. m. 3:10 : p. m.
C. & . W. , 7:10 : a. in. 8:40 : p. m.
C. , . I. It V. , 70 o. m. 8:10 : p. m.
S. . 0. , St. J. i. C. IL.IcavfU at t SO . m. and 7:16
m. Arrhos at S I.Louis at li:30 : at m. and 6:62 :
m.
( m.V. , Bt. L. If I' . , leave * nt 8 t. m. and 0:10 : p.
Arrives a Bt. Loula nt 0:10 n. m. and 7:80 :
ci
WIST Oil SOUTUWIMB.
U. A M. In Nob. , Through Exiirtu , 8:30 : t. m
n. A M. Lincoln Express fl0 : p. n > .
U P. OvcI .nd Exprota , Wl& : p. iu.
0. & U. V , ( or Lincoln , 11:15 : a. m.
0. & U V. lor Oecoola , 0 : < 0 a. iu.
0. P freight No. 6 , 6:50 : o. m.
0. 1' ( rd/lit ( No. 0 , 6:20 : a. m.
U. I * , freight No. 1 ? , CWp. : ) m.
U. P. Irdfjht Ko. 7 , C:10 : p. m. emigrant.
w. P. Denver nxprcsa , 7:35 p. in.
D. P. libitht No 11. 11M p. m.
U. P. Uuivoi frck-ht , flrtS p. ra.
nun AND nocnn.
0 B. t Q b:00 : a. m. 7:26 : p m.
0. ft N. W. , l':4B : a. m. 7:26 : p. tn.
C. U. I , tr..iili : ! a. in. 0:06 : p. in.
II. C. . Bt. Joa It 0 B. , 7BD : a. nfl:16p. : . m
rnou Tin wr.i ANP nouiuwui.
0. ft R , V. Irani Lincoln 1:08 : p. la.
D. P. 1'atinc I'.rpiiiC ! 3.26 p. in.
n < ft M.iu Neb , , TlirnuRh l' proai 1:16 : p a.
n. & U , Lincoln r.xprosa 9:16 : a in.
U. 1' . Demur oiproi , 7:36 : a. in.
U. P. Krclgut No. 14 8tO : P. in.
U. P. Ho. 0 6iO : a. tn. Kmigranl
U. P. freight No. 11 , 12:1D : p. iu.
O. P. No. B fi.CO p. tu.
U. P. No. 1'J 1:45 & , ra.
U , P. Denver Irclql t , 1:10 : a. in.
0. & It. V , mUo.l . , i. tM p. ra.
ituiun itrnstn OMAHA Ana
Leave Omar * S 8:00. 0:00 : , 10.00 anJ 11:00
m. ; IX t.OO , t:00 : , 1:00 : and 6:00 : ti. re ,
Lu > vo Councl , JBluCa at 35 : , 0iD. : 10:2fi : and
B n. a. ; 1:26 , 2.M , KU : , tn : and 6:2B : p. m.
3au4\y9 Ibe iliinimy leavcj Oinnti * at P:00 :
tnd 11:00 : a. in. ; 2.00 , 4:00 : Mid 6-00 p. m. Lcaroo
Jcuncil JMuflu rt v 25 mil lli S h. tn. ; 2:26 : , 1:16
nJ t > ; U p. m ,
Throagh ami incal jiMMtnijcr trains between
3ii ahn end Couni.il niulli. Lc&i o Omihu 0:15 : ,
: ( ' , H:60a. : m.j : 10 , CJ6 : , a * ) p. m. Arrive
Jiaihv 7:10. : 11-.H6 , 11:16 : it. m. ; 6:10 : , 7:05 : , 7:19 : ,
p. in _ _ _ _ _ _ _
OponliiK t-na Ctoilnic of Mrllt.
I.OUU. OriM. OLOSI.
n. m. p. tn. a. m. p. tn.
aalcngofcN. W . 11.00 0:00 : 6:80 : 2:40 :
QSlcnKO , U I. A , Fu.lflo. 11:00 : tf.OO 6SO 2:10 :
ahlccfo , U. & Q . 11:00 : OiOC fcM : X:10 :
ti.li.Bh' . 12:10 : t.EO : io
lloux City mill IMIC. ! ! . U:00 : 6CO : 2iO :
Jnlcn rr.c'.lb . :00 : 11.40
Jmabft&ll. V . 40 11:40 :
3. A U. In Neb . I'OO B:10 :
OniAtikA BlnuxClty. . . . 6.00 7:80
t. &U. Lincoln . 10:30 : C:00 :
J. P. Lincoln , HiinJav. . . 1:30 : 1J:00
J. P. Denver R p . 8:00 : f:30 :
1 . Blcnx City & tit. P. . 11:00 : 2:10 :
Locil uiMi for Ktito ot Iowa Itivc bnt cuct a
lay , vU:0-Onm. :
O.'Mcu onut. huudiTS from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
TIIOS. J > HALL P M.
1880. SHORTJLINE. 8880 ,
KANSAS CITY ,
3Uoe ft Gimiiial ffln §
It TUB Otll.T
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
ANUTIIEKABT
From Oiunha and the WOHt ,
All tralua loa\o I ! i M. Hcpot , Omilia : Neb.
No tlian/e ij r n bi'twoin Oiualia an 1 rn.
anj bat one lictweun OUAUA tirid
HKW YORK ,
Dai ly Passenger Trai na
BClOtllKO AUi
-J AMD > VKSiTiUN Cl
anU U < AU\A
OTUKU LJI1KS
line IJ uiulppcd with ullroani
Pitlaoo tk.i In ? Ceio , falaco 1)1) CcLclct. Ultljr't
i'i.ity i'litiorn. . ma Cou | lor , icil tli'j cilDbiatoi
V/wtiTKhsueo Alr-bn&e.
tH'.U'o tut yoiu t1 < feat trill VIA
OlVf , tT. JCSEl'll is COUNCIL
loa i , > U lit. Jcocjib tnd tit. Loult.
llckoia tor tale tl 11 coupon tiktlouo Iu Sl.i
West. J , F. lUllWAUI ) ,
C. DAWCS , Oca. 8ui > t. , 8t. Jwtph , Mo
A1 Osn. I'kM. ml Tlcl-.ct AyV , tit. JoBob , llo.
A t > T Batuiu ) , Tlcliil Agent ,
1020 Farnhiiu itrecl.
W , J.DiVJUirOftT , UoQtr l Agent ,
OUAIIA/NB
FOR
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTON
, ,
And all Poluts Cast nnd > outli-E t.
TllHLlNKCOMl'IUSKa
Nearly 1,000 miles. Solid Hmooth Steel Tracka
All connections nro mivlu In UNION DtPOTS.
t him a National Umintatlon oa liulne the
Great Through Car Line , iirid la universally
concakd to bu the FINEST EQUIPPED Hall-
road In the world ( or nil chnai'iiuf tnuel.
Try It and you will flnd travcllii ) ; a luxury
iietcrul of a ilUcouifort.
Throuch Tickets t la rhU Celebrated Line for
ealu at oil nlllccH In the Viml.
All Information about Itatua of Faro , fileoplng
Car AiocmuioJiitloiii , Tltno Tables , Ac. , will be
cheerfully glvun by apjil luln ; to
T.J. POTTER ,
Sid Vlcc-l'ro 't & don. lani < crChlcaKO.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
den. rah8on , er Au't. Clilca/o ,
W. J. DAVKNl-OUT ,
Ucn Airent , Ooiini.ll Illufls.
II. P. DUELL , Tkket AKt.0" > "ha.
morn cd ly
Sionz City a Pacific
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTE
Uuin a [ lollj Train Through from
Oouncil BlutEa to St. Paul
Without Oiianua Time , Only 17 Hour *
IT Id
a. 3JC MILE3 T1IE UHOUTK8 ItOUTK
raou
OOUNOIIi BLUFFS
TO BT , PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULlTf U OK E13WARCU
ml ll polnta In Northera Iowa. MlncUvtiaud
IHkota. Thin Una la equipped v.lth Uie Improved
, Ycij'.lnjbouB9 Automatlo Alr-bnko aud Ulllt
I'lalfctui Couiiler and Jluffar : * uJ fur
aPKlCI ) . BAFKTV AMD COMOKT
9 unBurniMUi. Pullmvj t'aluco Hlcopluy Car
ruu through WITHOUT CHANUK betuoeu Kan
anCltyand Bt. Paul , via Council Bluff * anil
Sioux City ,
Trains leave Union PaclCo Transfer at Coun
cil llluflu , at 7:86 : p. iu , dally OM anlvnl of Kanutl
Lily , lit Josenli and Oouncil BluBd tralu from
tbo South. Arriving at Sioux Cily 11:35 p. m. ,
tj < d at the New Unlou Depot tt Ot. Paul at 12Si : )
uoon.
t'tW : n'OlU IN ADVA1.TB OP ANYOTHKH
UOU11.
jffil'Kcmvnibcr la takin , ; the Slout City Routi
youifctalhroush Train. Tuo Hhortwt Line ,
luu Qulskiut Ilr40 And a Oomfortabla UMr Iu tat
i iuouih ; Car ) bt\u.cn
OOONtJL IJLt f I'S ANP hi. PAUL.
&jru\ \ that > our Uickoti read vU tha "Slsui
City uud Pacific llallroad "
J.U. V/ATTLKS , J.R. BUOHAMAN
auporhiUi cnt. Qou'l Paw. A < ct
P , K. AOH1MSON , AaVt Oeii'l Patn. Aji't. ,
lll ) url Valle > . la.
W. E. BAVIO , bouthWMtern/.i.'int ,
Councl Bluts Iowa
ANTI-MONOPOLY LliJACiUE.
Illank nioiuuonhlp rolc for the antl-monpoly
loasutf , contalulnit utateruuit ot prlncliilo met-
hi dj of procedure aud liiktruttlona how to organ
ize , will bosout on appluatloii | to Q , U. Oale ,
Uelroj' , Neb. EnclosH ) Uuip. _ tulfi-U