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THE DAlLir BEE-OMAHA MONDAY , JULY IT , 182.
IEID &c CO , ,
The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware 'House
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET ,
OMAHA - NEB.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKALKR N-
Wall Paper and. Window Shades
1304 Farnham St. . . Omaha Neh.
ZROTIH : & JOISTS s
Wholesale Lumber ,
So , 1408 Farnham Street , Omaha , Neb ,
THE MOLINE STOVE
They mnko a specialty ot COOKING STOVES , and ha\o this year placed In the mnrke
n cof the 110 at ECONOMIC AND MOST SA USKACTORY STOVES ccr made. They make both
Plain and extension top , and guarantee all their gooda. The agents for tba company arc.
PIEROY & BRADFORD ,
Furnaces , Fireplaces , Heaters
IMC * BL. 33ffa ? 3EJ X. ff3 ,
\ GRATES , RANGES , STOVES
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS , Etc.
1211 FARNAM STEEET. OMAHA NEB
ROASTING AND BAKING ,
is only attained by using
Stoves and Banges.
WIRE GAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For cnlo by
MILTOH ROGERS & SONS.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN
ARLINO.TON. J. C. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Nrti
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. B. STELLINIUQ Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAH , Stramabure He
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loul vlllii
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & OLARrt , Olalr , Nee ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Net ) .
QRANlfcENTRAL . SEYMOUR , Nsbraika Olty(1oL ( >
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weoplnc Wator.rU
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Nab )
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY , Olarlnda , low *
ENO'8 HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Meb
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Athland , Keb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. ORUBB , Qulde Recd , Neb ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , BWAN & BECKER , Oreiton , la ,
HOUSTON HOUSE , CEO , CALPH , Exlra , la ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la.
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , In.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl A , WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQ8 , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JIU AVERY , Btanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J , W. BOULWARE , Burlington Juritlorr , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , B'anchard ' , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
BAQNELL HOUSE , CHAS. BAQNELL , College Spring * , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , rVM. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Qrove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F , STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb , a
DOUQLA8 HOUSE , J , 8. DUNHAM , Olarki , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T , CBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J M. BLACK & SON , MarjivllloMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Nib
WINSLOW HOUSE a. MCCARTY , Seward , Neb ,
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONES , Auroar Neb.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. CROZ'ER , Sidney , Neb ,
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D. W , ROCKHOLD , Avoca la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak
FOSTER HOUSE Copt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewis a
WHITNEY HOUSE E. HAYMAKER , Orljwol
A Now BnQk A Devotee of Bnccluts
Correspondence of The lee.
WKEMSO WATEK , July 14 The
project Hint \ \ coping Water has long
foil n desire for has now been com
pleted in the wny of a atnblo banking
institution. A. bank with the cuphon-
cons name of Commercial bank lias
just been organized with n cash capi
tal of § 50,000. The ollicors are ns
follows : Directors , 0. 11. 1'armolc ,
S. 31 , 1'rtttorson , A. 1 ? Smith , E. W.
Black of Plattsmonth , 0. Schluntz ,
P. S. Barnes and F. M.Vclcott , of
this place ; president , 1 * . S. Bnrnuc ;
vice president , F. M. Wolcott ; cashier ,
J. iU. Robinson. The names of the
directors , who nro nil well known to
bo largo capitalists , nnd who own
moat of the stock , is recommendation
enough for the bunk. The selection
of the o .shier , J. M. Ilobinson , is
sanctioned by the entire community
aim will doubly insure the bank n
Our city ia strictly temperate and
no saloona allowed , nevertheless occa
sionally attention is sometimes at
tracted to parties who have indulged
in "a drop of the crater , " nnd this
was the deplorable fact ono evening
last week : Ono J. 0. prowled the
streets with an idiotio snnlo and rav
ing like a maniac to cngnto ; in a fight
"with his woii'ht in wild cats and a
panther thrown in. " IIo finally siun-
torod up " 1" street to the city restau
rant , where , In the presence of Indies
nnd gentlemen , ho expressed him
self in language boisterous and too
disreputable to hero utter. The mar
shal not being on deck , the proprietor
nt once wont to the bat , nnd
with a sledfjo-hammor blow
from n largo fist full of
bones ho came down on the hugo
dissipated red proboscis of the modern
gladiator of the Bacchus school , which
must havn caused lijiu to see moro stars
than there were in-the inilky way ; the
sound of the blow was like that of a
horse pulling his foot fromnmud-holo.
This muscular power oonthim intotho
street prostrate , silenced the vulgar
reinarka and instead n dirgo-liko wail
was hoard , and although profoundly
ignorant of Moroan , Komplon , or
other writer on conservative tactics hi )
instinctively rose nnd initiated Unit
masterly manu'uvro whoioby much
precious bacou was saved to the coun
The jewelry firm of Totter & Wob-
stpr ia dissolved. Mr. 0. A. Webster
will remain with us and continue the
business. Ho hns employed Mr. II.
Gardthausun , of St. Louis , u good
workman. Mr. T. L. Potter leaves
the city and ivill probably locate in
Omaha. Ilis many friends regret to
have him go. Ho is n practical musi-
ci in and many hero fool indebted to
him for instructions in vocal music.
The school board have employed Josie -
sio McCoy , of Nebraska City , as prin
cipal ; Mies E. Farley intermediate ,
and Miss Ida Thorn gate , primary ,
both of this place.
Dr. W. S. Kichcy , dentist , is at the
Gibbon Houeo , inserting teeth in thu
tender sirloin steak Irom Rlploy's
meat market. VEIUTAH.
F. A. Scratch , druggist , Uuthven , Ont. ,
writes : "I have the greatest confidence )
in your liuuuocic BLOOD BITTEHS. In one
case with which 1 oin personally acquaint
ed their success was almost incredible.
One lady told nio that half a Bottle did her
more good than Imndrab'of dollars' worth
of mudicino she had previously taken. "
The Now Wntor Gas Engine.
New York Tribune , July 12.
The local train from Patoraon at
1:30 : p. in. via Newark to Now York ,
carried yesterday the unusual number
of 113 passengers , in four of the
lioavy old pattern Erie railway caro.
The excess was duo to curiosity to ob
serve the working of the now hy
drogen or water-gas locomotive on-
jino , the " 0. Holland , " which on this
occasion made its maiden trip as a pas-
longer engine on the regular time
able of the Now York , Like JSrio &
Western railroad. Similar curiosity
drew crowds to tno novernl points to
see its departure , i'a step * , and its
arrival in Jersey City. At , the latter
terminus the engine was h > nored with
ho privilege of running into the pas
senger depot , whence "wheeled smok
ers uro invariably diverted by moans
of a flying switch. The smokeless
'unnol of the " 0. Holland" vomited
nothing into the rafters moro often-
ivo and dangerous than pure and
snow-whito clouds of vapor. But its
roaring brought the whole floating pop
ulation of the yards and oflices around
the now arrival , In passing through
the tunnel the passenger had just
been regaled with a gale of cool sub
terranean air , drawn by the rapid mo
tion through wide open doors and
windows , clearing out the cigar emoko
and other impurities , and substituting
for the customary tunnel-choke and
cinder-hail a light spray of the con
densed product of hydrogen combus
tion , entirely a reoablo to the senses
and to the whitest shirt-fronts. The
arrival was ahead of time. The oil
gusgo showed a cost of § 2 52 for thu
twenty-mile run , which is not much ,
if any , cheaper than full rate on the
long and closely managed trunk lines
when coal ia cheap. It is moro than
double the highest consumption of the
"C. Holland" during the few weeks
past , when it has boon doing heavy
freight work. The principle of the
apparatus is the decomposition of wa
ter at a high heat by mingling it with ]
a small proportion of oil , without air ,
In iron retorts , the hydrogen eot free
being inwtantly burned , and all
the heat of both unionw the
carbon with the water oxygen , and
the hydrogen with the air oxygen
being confined nnd utilized in the
boiler , making utoarn. The rototra art )
four in number , They resemble half
peck-measure in size , and nro But
near the door of the furnace , a little
above the level of the burners , which
cover a floor about three by eight feet
in extent. The burners are as pinholes -
holes along the lengths of a close series
of ono inch iron pipes covering the
floor of the lire chamber and connect *
od with a central gaa main , which is
supplied by pipes from the retorts.
Those pinholes being pitched toward
each other in pairs , the gas-jots meet
accordingly in pnjrs nnd mingle in
combustion with jots of nir coming up
through l-inch holes just under inch
conjunction of ens , The number of
gas juts is 518.
Thu boiler , as originally designed
AM ! built , was intended to improve
upon tire ordinary conditions of ga -
ht'iiting , but on being tried , was rojcc-
ltd , and the ordinary boiler pat torn
was restored , with n few modifications
in thu lire-box and rmoku pipe. In
April lust'he now boiler and heating
ttpparntus were satisfactorily tes ed ,
nnJ the last of Mar the complete en
gine was delivered to _ the _ Erie road
After n few standing trials it was set at
work on the froiaht business , until
yesterday , when it ontoro-1 on its call
ing ns n passenger ongino. Very little
time is now consumed in tiring up ;
probnbly nut inure than half thu nver-
ago with ordinary locomotives , lltpid
motion has boon nn nid to the lire ,
which formerly it tended to suppress.
The dimensions of the engine nro ni
follows : Weight wilh nil on board ,
18 tons ; length over nil , 02 feot.uinm-
eter of driving wheels , C feet ; cylin
ders , 1 ? by 24 inches.
Jacob Mmtznlf , t > f Lancixilrr , X , Y. ,
snjsyom Si'iiiNU HLOSSOM wurtaucll for
trcr > thing you recommend it ; mjsolf , wife
nnd children hive nil iifeod It , nnd you can't
lind i > henllhlcr family in New Y.irk HUto.
-Oct. 5 , 18811. UiHOdlw
End of the Strike nt the Ironrinlo
An arrangement wno made yester
day between the C.ihnnot lion it
Steel company nnd their striking
workmen by which work will bj re
sumed Monday. During the day the
aitunlion was much us during thu past
week since the arrival of the non
union men Monday. Thu streets
were thronged , and everybody was
busy discussing the state of ufl'uirs and
watching the movements of thu
"bhck sheep" inside the qrounds.
Just before noon eovorul of thu non
union men came to the gates nnd
were mot by the strikers , when a long
and friendly diccueoipn wao held. At
thocloso of thu meeting the non-union
men declared that after dinner they
would eomo out , and either join the
strikers or leave the town. Alter
dinner they did ns ngrccd , nnd
marched quietly out of the ground
nnd mingled with the croud.
About 3 ] > . in. the Amalgamated
association committee wciu called to
gether and n secret session of nn
hour nnd a half held , in the course of
which n proposition of settlement was
made by the company. What trnna
pired in ttip mooting cannot bi
learned , but it is certain that tin
proposition witu accepted. Il was im
possible to learn the terms of the
agreement , but us was remarked by
ono of the company , "It is satisfuc
tury to all concerned. "
The men said that the meeting was
n secret ono and its proceedings couli'
not , for the present at least , bo di
vulgod. It is probable , however , Urn
the basis of settlement is n compro
misu similar to the ono at Buy View ,
\scono of the wildest rejoining fol
lowed the announcement of the nowa
and the vicinity of the gates to thu
mills was black with n cheering , hand
Lasl night a regular jollification was
held , and the company contributed
towards the expanses of the evening ,
These of the non-union workmen who
desired to louvo town were aunt to
their homos at the company's expense
and the only disconsolate man in town
was the colored cook , who has fed the
non-union men. Like Othello , his
occupation was gone.
Towards evening n deputation o :
the strikers waited upon Mr. Good
rich , president of the Uydo Park
board of trustees , who was on tin
scene in his capacity of chief of police
and expressed their thanks to him nnd
hit ) men for the considor.ato nnd gen
tlemanly manner in which they had
been treated by the oilicora on duty nt
It is a noticeable fact that in the
six weeks during which the strike has
lasted there has been little or no dis
order at Irondalu and but little drunk
enness ; in fuct , the town has been as
orderly as other portions of the village
ot llydp Park.
A Tribune reporter called on Gen.
T. T. Terrence , of the Calumet IrenA
A Stool coinj/any , last evening nt his
residence , corner of Ellis uvonuo nnd
Thirty-Bovonth street. To the ques
tion , "Do I hoar correctly that the
Calumet Iron & Steel company have
made a settlement with their old
men ? " the General responded : "I un
derstand that Mr. Bradley and Mr.
Hackney have perfected a compromise
with the old men which is entirely
satisfactory to both the men and the
company. I know what this arrange
ment is , but I would prof or that either
Mr. Haoknoy or Mr. Bradley should
be the ono to divulge it. I believe the
settlement is to bo confidential till
matters have been adjusted at Pitts-
burg. The understanding is , however ,
that the work in thu mills will com
mence Monday next. "
"Aro the muii at Irondalo to abide
by the decision that ia to bo made at
Pittsburg ? "
"Not exactly , but the compact between
twoon the employes and the company
depends somewhat upon that docis
Bucklin'tj Arnica Salve.
The UKHT SALVK in the world for Cuts
liruiscH , Sores , Ulcorn , bait Itheum , Fe
ver Sores , Tetter , Chnjipod Hands , Chll
blalnH , Cor us , nnd all nkln cruptlonx , ant'
positively cures piles. It U guaranteed to
ive satlafactfon or money refunded.
Price , 2ft cents per box , For tale by 0.
Murray & Lanman's
MMIIUI aa-iiMMi maamm * mm * m * mf
Best for TOILET. BATH
and I ANDKERCHIEF.
Iiunic tuemueruilp rolu ( or the tntl-rnonpolv
uiL-uo. containing Utonunt of principle lutt-
eod ot precoduie and Instruction * bow to own-
c , will Uwnt on application to Cl.'ll. CUle ,
roy , Mi' Uml oioiUmp , mlB-l
'HE GREAT CURE ]
111 for ftU the ivvlnfu' illiww.l of Uio
KIDHEYC , LIVER AND BOWELS
Uuit ouurft the itrondhii "ullortnjj which
only the victim * of rlieumatl/imcnmwllio.
THOUSANDS OF CASEB
of Iho worst forma of thin l rrililo '
have Ixxra Quickly relieved ,
rnirn ft.injt ID > rHUTMII fcf nutor.ws.
O Dry can 1x > pent Vy mall.
'MAKHP1flAllHsON.trx .lhirllnrt ( nVi
Murray Iron forks
c tuc A.MI : lines
FARM MILLS ,
The Largest Iron Working Kntublish
mont in thu Btuto.
MAMTACTl ItKHt 01
The Howard Automatic Gut-Off
Steam Engine ,
( or circular. "Mm
Nature's Sparkling Specific fjr
nml nillouHiicia. the v iterut the fmiom holtrnr
Sin , li ilnpllcilii I In 4 utntitant wl'h a ppoonful
of TAIIIIISTH 'KLT/KII Ai' IUKYT , nhlilivint !
OUT ) Mhu'ilo ili'inent ol Ilio Ouumi
The KtoitiHlpliy.nhUB o ( Kuropi-pro
noum'o tlia' frco l I < > I l'ro\liloiici tlm limit pv
tent' f n I known attirillMi * , nml I fnc nnnle
troh nnd lUiiiln.- I > now phoul within the rrai'
c ( u\er > - lu\alll l'i Iliacstirn world.
SOLD 11V AI.Li l > i > UGIIVM
2 [ Bin
Has purchased of the Gorilla 8afoMonufacturlng )
Co. , of Providence , U. I , , n m\fo whl'li la k'uar-
nntcod Intrltlng to li "abunlutelll l/nrylar
jiroof for n period ot thirty lx hours continuous
nnil n ilmturliod a'tackllhtha Una of nucli
tools nnJ aiipllcanccsRHn liurk'lnr cnn employ , "
andlnapractlca ly unconditional way.
Thlahank il' lnsa thorough test made upon
till * satu. ruulln ciso o ( fullnro to utaiid It , the
bank mil hu at liberty to purchauo any othtr
cof anil m.iv return this to the iiiuiiulactiirerii.
Any party In at Uliorty to miJorUliu thoattocK
\\ho Hill furiilsli Hithfactory hond to pay all
ihmvo to the Halo , In ca o It li not cntiretl In
thu Htliinlateil tlmu. TnuC'orllsiC'oinpany aKroa
In urltiiiK In jlcpngltitli tills hank the mini of
$5,000.00 upon th't elK'nIng ol an aKroomtnt an
ahovo ill'- paid Hum to ho p'ncou within the
fnfo nnd In ho ( orfoltrd to the putv opfrathi ln
cnso It Is fortl'/l ) oiicnnl anil li lontuntu rah
Btrnctoil liKNKY W. YATKS Cmlilr.
D. WELTY ,
( SncoosKor to D. X. MonntO
Manufni hirer and Dealer In
Saddles , Harness , Whips ,
FANCY HORSE OLOTJIINO
Eoljos , Dusters and Turf Goods
of ALL DKBCUIPXIONH.
Agent for Jos. U. Hill fc Co.'a
"Tho Boat in The World , "
Order * Pollcltod. OMAHA. NEB
Genius E mr aided
The Story of the Sowing Maohlno ,
A bandaoma little , pamphlet , blue nj go\f \ |
covu with nuiucrom unginlngj , will be
tot ny kuult [ wnnn calling for It , itiny brtncL ;
or Biib-olllco of ThuHlnver Manufacturing Ham
pany , or will bu eont bjr insll , poet fM , tc
toy person living at * dlttaaco Iron ) our olhco.
The Slngor Manufacturing Oo , (
Prluclual Offioo , 34 Onion Hquaro ,
NEW YORK .
J. C , ELLIOTT & CO.
Plumbing , Steam & Gas Fitting
Turbine Water Motor ,
Pump * , Pip * Fltfinjr und Bran
Oor , 14th and Uarnuy , Omaha , Nob.
WAT S Uoioa li CPHITUT Oruiiioi
AT OMAHA , MONDAY , JULY 31.
THE BIG SHOW THIS SEASON ,
AND IN r'ACT
THE BIGGEST SHOW EVER SEEN ,
f | nr . nlmo anil bcjond ny nmiio-ment cntcrpflso on the fico of Ihoc.vth ,
. Cole's ' Uew Nine Sliows United.
Cirrus , Monnr.eno , Theatre , Gallery oi Wnx Statuary , Bicycle
College , Russian Roller Sknterp ,
MUSEUM , ENOYOLOPAEDU & ASSEMBLY OF NATIONS.
WWCCU S 7
UH i:0 SHOWS. W
New y rccoimtructod , rc-orcnnlrcd nnd liirrao- SIMULTANEOUS ACTS IN THE
nloisly uonHolliUtol In
ONE VAST ALL-l'llODUOING SAME H1NQ.
EXUIHITION 14 AcU bj I.tvily Attlsld.
, ' .
The World'H Clminplnn Lcnpcr
rrcsonllus four-fid the rtttrActlonn clVinod All HnrO'lttck Ilklori.
bv n < 0 other tent show In cx > tiMico , Including A hcnl cf rcrlcrmliiK Klcpluitu
thofoilonlnir ronmrkrtblo liiattircit : A JSO.OOO Troup of I rick Utnl loos.
ThoLnrKOit Kloilinnt c > cr eaptnrol. An clcratcil Thentro Slnga.
llinOrrAtestShnw incr orknnlr l. I'.niop.-aii lllojilo Kapcrta.
ir.O Alniont riual | Star i\-rf. rmom. A I'omMo Finko Clmrinrr In the Mng.
Iho I'lt'tldcnt wul Noti'il Men In Wax. "Ariel , " the Man Illrd.
Unpt. Ho nriliiK , Ilio lni-nhot champion. Performing Wild Anlnia'a *
Illondln , the AiiHtmll.au Hop ) Wftlkcr. A Monster Mcn Korlo of Howls nnd Birds. .
Ariel Il ! tdo Hlilcra. f " 0Spot-lino not KnormomSerpents.
ItiKHlan Holler Fkntcrs. Ami 6,000 imvolllts , ( rcnkn and foaturts not
Hiprou'iitotlvcH of otcry Kntlon. ciiumcrfttod , in king nil In nil
The Greatest and Grandest Show on Earth.
A ILlloon Au'tmlon nnd Jupani-ao Dftjllnht flrcworkn e\cr > ilny. The most Impaling Street
I'orulo nrtrltieeo.l. .
ONC TICKET - - 50 Cents. Children - - - 25 Conta.
lUncrMil , CiKhloni'd , OpoiaChalrn at n nlllit ) ; ml auco. An up ta\\n ticket olllco vUll lie cpoi oil on
IlinUyof thu IMi liltlnn. l.o'utlon nlvi'ii horotltor. Chuip i\enrilon : ItnU-H on nil Hn'lroada. '
Mining and Milling Company.
Capital Hiock , iuoococ
Par Value of Shares , 25CO ( .
STOCK FULLYTAID UP AND KON-ASSESSABLE Vl
Mines Located in BRAMBL MININGDISTRICT. .
DM. j. I. THOMAS , President , Gumming Wyoming ,
WM. K. T1LTON , Vloa.Prefldont. Ouinmln ,
E N , HAHWOOD , fiocrotiry , Oummlni , Wyoming1 ,
A. 0. IjUNN , Tro < uier , Oumuilnif ,
Dr. J. I. Thonnj. Louis lllllor W. B. llramol. A. O. DUUL.
V , Ilarwood. Francla Loavong. Oco. II. Kaloii. T , < mls 7.nm | i , ,
Dr. J. C. Watklna.
moJJ Gm OKO.W. . Aililorlulwnt tot 8 Ia o ( Stilt n > ' "
11 TUB CULT
Direct LJJIG to ST. LOUIS
Prom Oiuuhuand the Wool ,
A trains leave li. & M , Dojiot , Omaha ; Neb ,
Ho chingft o ( rrrn lutwrcn Onxtia mil 01.
and lt ono hotwoon Ci'AHA lad
BAiniCUN AK1I WKSTKJ'.N OHire lh I-KB *
iinN ADVAMtiKuf ( II >
Antlra Una It oquippail with utiinin'i
F l 01 likening Car * , Palace lUyCoachoju'MII ir'f
Btfoty I'latform and Coupler , ud the tAtfcnftf
n oetlnjnouee Air-brake ,
* yhoo that your ticket read ) VIA nANUAi
OlTt , UT. JOSBIMl < s COUNCIL IIW > MrfiK ll
read , via III. Joerph and fit. Loulr.
Tickets for Kin at all coupon itrtlrtif In th'
Wtui J , V. HAimAJHO ,
0. I AVYK3 , Uca. 8ui > t. , bt. Jor.epb , Kd
A Oin Cam and Ticket Art. , St. Joseph , Uu.
Alb ) JJounir ; , Ticket Aged
10. i" > ur.him ctrcot
W. J.IUVKNI-OKT , ' ( fjiril Aceut ,
i i 1 .
Sioux Uibj &
THE SIOUX QITY
Iluna a Molld Train 1 trough from
Council Blufio to St. Pasl
Without Ohanae Time. Only 17 Houra
3LOCD M1LW ) TIIKblJOU'lKa / KOU'Jl
m n't , ,
and all point * In Northern Iowa , Mlnnr .ta tnt
tHikoU. ThU line Id wiulppod with the Improv t1
WeetlnKboiua Automatlo Alr-Urako and UIJlc
Platform Coupler tnd IluUor ! tnd for
OPKKU. UAl'KTy AMU OOUlfOKX
g urjaurpaaeod. Pullman Palace tiloeplng Oai
run through WI1 1IOUT OIIANOK totvacn Kai
niCltjf.ud Ht. Paul , via Couccll liluS * tbi *
Tralnu Icavo t'nlcn Pacific Tranilcr at Gout ,
ll IlluHa , at I'M p. rn. dally on arrival of Kanon
L'lty. Ht Josopli and Council JlluUd train froir
the feotith. Arriving at Bloui City 11 : 6 p. in
indat the New Unloa Depot at Ht. Paul at 1SW ;
FKIJ HOURS IH ADVAHOIi OF ANY OTfltt
f n Bourn ,
THviutimbtr la tuklutf tbo Uloui City Koctt
fou tot a Throuxh Train. Thu Bhoitoit Unit ,
.lie QulckiistTlmo and a Comfortable HUe la tin
hrouk'h Carl Lctwoon
COONCIf. ULUl'FH ANB ST. PAUL
WBoBthut j our Tickets ) tutul via the "dloui
itv and Poelfla UMlroiJ
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Btiimrlntcnderit. Qea' Ptua. Afual
P. E. ROUWrJOH , As 't Ocn'l Pajj. AJI'I. ,
Mluaourl Valley , Ja.
W. E. DAV1B , Southwestern Agiut.
Oouncl Uluffg Iowa
J. P. ENGLISH ,
TORN / AT-L
Sluth ThlrtoantU Stith w
ST. LOUIS ,
D8TBOIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEW YORK.BOSTON . ,
And all PoluU Eait andMouth-Eott.
Till ! LINKCOMl'KIHKS
Nearly 4,000 mllcH Solid Hruooth Steel Tracks
All ccnucctlona nro nmilo III UNION DhPOTB.
t hua a National Kopntatlon aa helni ; the
reat Through Oar Line , grid la universally
conceded to ho the FINEST EQUIPPED 1UIL
read In ( ho world for nil claasea of trn > el.
try It and you will flnd traveling a Inxurjr
Instuid of a uUcouifort.
Throuuh 'Pickets via rhls Celebrated Line foi
Bale at all nlllcra In the Went.
All Information about Hatoa o fue , Bleeping1
Car AcocmuioJatlons , Tltna Tables , tie. , will bo
cheerfully Klvcn by appl'lnln < to
T. J. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-l'rou't & Qen. ManaKer.Cblcago ,
Don. Paencn , < [ er Act. Chlcoyo ,
W.J. DAVENPOIIT ,
Uon AKont , Conncll DluOa.
.11.1' . DUELL , Ticket .Aft.
R. MfSDON ,
Gen'l ' Insurance Agent
Pboonu ABHurauco Co. , of London ,
CushAsuctta . 5Sei,601.0
tVeutchoiuer , . Y. , Capital . 1,000,000.00
The Merchants , cf Newark , N , , ,
Capital . 1,276,000.0
Qlard Fire , Philadelphia , Capital. . . . 1,200,000.0
remcn'a Fund . . . . . . . . 1,239,915.0
tluh America Assurance Co . 1,600,000.
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d. L. WILKIE ,
R18 and 220 8. 14th St.
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