Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 23, 1882, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE DAILY BEE OMAHA MONDAY , OCTOBER 23
PERFECTING THE POOL
in IroncM Agreement Finally
Settles the Disputes Be
tween the Railroads ,
The Union Pacific Gets 61 Per
Oont , the Burlington
30 , nnd the Santa
Fo 10.
History of the Differences Ke-
fjnrdiug Extensioue and
Percentages in Past
Meetings.
Tlio Rio GrAnde Buoonir .a..Fnotor-
Dtnrcr Tribune.
After laborious sessions that occu
pied the better portion of , two days
and nights , the general inatiiyura of
the pool railroad lines ncljoimml lait
night , having como to a final aottlo-
mont of nil difficulties nnd diflotonucfl ,
and prepared their now pool ugroo-
inont in detail , The Uiacusaiona of
the meetings wore concealed , tho.jjon
tlomon liuialin | { that everything wnn
harmonious , but Si is evident fro.-e the
protracted mooting * that oomo tingled
propositions must have been brought
up. At at any rate the four of a prob
able cut in rates botn'uen Colorado and
the east ia now dispelled for nuotfcer
year. The pool is reconstructed and
now contains iho Don v < jr fc Rio Gratuto
as a factor.
t THC CAUHK OH rue TUOUDLK. i
It mil bo remembered that a poof !
.agreement has boon pending fof'j
.months ; that the general jnanagura at
.one time were l-.opolcsoly at sua and1
apparently irrocoucitablo , that the
.questions of difference woce referred
to the prcsidcnta of the four great
roads ; that they in tarn failed to
ibridgo the trouble , nnd rtinmudud the
matter bitck to the general mauagort ,
with orders that they must couv > to u
compromise and agreement. All this
tinio , t was impossible to definitely
.ascot'-tim the cause of the dioayroo
jnont , , but the presumption ivns that
it was OH ing , on thoono hand , to the
opposition to the claim for peicontago
made by the Burlington , and on the
other , .to the demand of the Union
Pacific poole that the Burlington bo
not extended in Colorado or itito thulr
territory. At the mooting of the
managero in Chicago about twomonths
ago , and before the pool disputes
wcrosubinittod to tin prisidontu , the
managers of threa Colorado roads ot-
fectcd a pooling arrangement , but
when the agreement had been dnnrn
up the Union Pacific manager refused
to sign it , on the ground that it did
not provide that the Burlington
ihoold build no mora extensions into
the Union PaciSs territory west of
Dsayer. Ttic Bsrlingtcn people cm-
pbktieilly rifa ttl to enier into any
iath sa krraagfimtnt Mid farther ne-
gotiitlorit vrfe broktn cff , The coa-
tttnl feitr iis.t t TOT in Colorado r te
earns mil tlw be reraembmd
KIKIAKE.
Zsuvrit IIOUEUE tb.u.t thiire Trtt mit-
ujijiriiliuiiniou rugurdlng the domwid of
the "Dili un 'Fuoiticpimple that the Bnr-
Jhittm ( ; nhnulcl , huM Jio nuiru
-went of Duuvur. ThoiHirliiicttm JI
jilu ijuHovud ihut "thu TJuiim
\TttlltulUtu iivvaiuuuli , -jJl.idcf for'lnu
yoaruthu town of , ihu old "tripartite
tlfjruoniunt" litifwuou thu TJmtm pu-
oilic , Jltohtuun , Tujitiku ifc Bantu Fe
Duimir & KioiCrrwiifle raUwwye ,
{ 'UK Tiaun Puoitic pluced its
clturo Hint erch a tdauiie nltould be in
serted luio iLe otw agreement , for the
reason that the old one provided that
the roads chould keep out of each
other's territory. The Union Pacific
people subsequently * claimed in the
light of a partial excuse , thut it wnu
not their intention tint the Burling
ton should agree not to build any
now lines into the Union Pacific territory
'
ritory during the term of the now
agreement , which was only for one
year.
year.THE
THE QUESTION Ol1 I'EUOKNTACIK.
It appears that the Burlington pr > o-
plo had no intention of building be
yond Denver just at present , but they
did not propose to accede to any terms
that soundud like dictation , or any
agreement that would prevent them
from doini ; anything they chose with
reference to uxtonsions. The Union
Pacific folks thun receded from the
position they had taken , and stated
that they would not insist upon the
Burlington management making such
A pledge.
' . 'b.i ' . uunUy tlio rcnort leaked out
Uuit'tlio object of the Union Pdc'lioin '
refusing to sign the now pooling agree.
mont after it had boon drawn up was
not because the Burlinittou would not
pledge itself to keep out of the Union
Pacific territory west of Denver , but
because it wanted a rearrangement of
the percentages originally agreed upon.
The Union Pacific company thought it
had allowed thu Burlington and Atchi-
eon , Topeka & Santa Fo larger per
centages of the business than it should
have done , and the only way in which
they could force a roamngmnont ,
without laying themselves open to
censure , was by bringing up the mat
ter bout tl > .o Burlington extensions in
Colorado.
JLb nit : POOL Now STAND * .
'Ona of the percentages claimed to
bo more that ) the road was entitled to
was the 00 per ( 'cut , ot the Pueh1
JJuaitU'ii firtoltid Iho BinU FJ. T
"laiter people maintained heir a * ,
however , and the Union I'acilio
conference just closed coucer m tli
claim. The remaining DO pr .cd tl
the Pueblo business is cqur t 00 , , | . <
between the Burlington a jjy dividi
Pacific. On thu bush1 jathu Unit
Santa Fo from Donve1 ttaA over tl
over the Burlington . . ftnd the troll
cific from Pueblo , 1 and Union P.
a proportionate p .no IlioGrando gu
the disUuco bo < dr cent , per milo fi
between whic > weoii the two citie
pool lino. t it will have the on
llio Grand The jnotivo of tl
the third .a management in layii
questlo1 rail , which has BO often boi
the pr jed , now becomca clear. 1
Den * xl arrangouienU now made tl
en' ter and Now Orleans Is hopeless
t1 jwod under , as a possible feeder f
arough eastern business. Of tl
general Colorado buslneu to
Denver , the Union Paci
will receive 51 per cent. , the Burling
ton 30 per cent , and the Santa Fo ! ' .
per cent.
This is the division made at the re
cent mooting in Omaha. There re
mains nothing mnro to bo done but
the adoption nnd engrossing of the
rules governing the distribution of
the business , when one of the strong
est railroads poola ever known in this
country will bo complete.
Yesterday the btiis wai also laid for
a pool between the Denver it llio
Grande and the South Park , The
nmnngcra hnd a meeting , came to a
perfect nnd ! harmonious understanding
nnd drafted the agreements , but owing
to the Intanecs of the hour lust night
tvhen Iho latter had been prepared for
rignnttaes it was impossible to rocal"
the oOiciixIa interested No inform *
lion could ho obtained as to the per <
ccntngcs a d division of business , bu
it in naid that the terms are fair an
ailisfactory to both roado. This poi
will probably bo nmdo when Mr. Clar !
of the Union Pacific rnturnn to th
ity. IIu in accompanying Manage
Knnbull mi u western inspection. Man
ngur 1'ottor of the Burling will rcturt
to Chicago this morning. Mnn.gci (
Whuohsr , of tlio "nntu F < - , is atill in
the city , but will piob&bly turn t
Topeka on to-diiy'fl'Thundorhult. "
AlTiENXlON !
Cnll for 11 Worklnnmon nnd Fnrmora' '
County Convontton.
The woikingmon nnd farmers o ;
Douglas county , who nro in accord
with the principles enunciated by the
stitto Anti-monopoly convention hold
at Hastings , September 27th , 1882 ,
are hereby invited to elect delegates
ia convention that will nominate a
legislative ticket for .Couglaa county ,
consisting of two members of the aen-
ate nnd eight members .of the house of
representatives , also ono county com
missioner and such precinct officers as
may ba designated by the.county com
aiissioners in their uloctkm proclnma
tian.
tian.U'lio
U'lio ratio of coprosontatLzn shall bo
68 { olio ITS :
Every olcmour1 ; of trade .nnd each
element of comuon labor nlu-11 bu rep *
resented by five delegates Where
rncchcnics or lubocers have no organi ;
sation , they may o gani/.it for tk'ts pur-
> oao , a < for instance , blacksmiths , cir-
icntoro , inachiiiialp , tinsmiths , unelt-
iig worLn laborers , .ojc. Every pro-
: inct outside of the city of Omaha
ihall bo entitled to five dolo. atca to
ID ohosen by the farmed It is rec-
intmeuicd that the meetings to select
lelcRatcn in the city by uiy labor or-
[ anizition or t-loinoiit ehaU bo held
ipon a call Issued throe ciajvt previous
Iirnuch TIIK OuiirA But' . Buch call
hall state the tmo und plcco of mcot-
ng , aud hiuno of orgAinV.itiou or labor
lenient. In thu country precincts
ho meetings shall bo lud ! in purau-
uco of a notice printed or written ,
onspicuously posted in at least three
lubiic places within the precinct for
t least ono wpck.
Thczo meetings ehtvli bo held vUhin
wo treeks from thij dati > .
Only delegates elected in pursuance
o these recommendations and having
roper credentials , will bu admitted to
eat in the convention. No proxies
rill be allowed , but altcnntoe may bo
lecied to take tha phcc : of dekgitcs
bat m&y bs abcnt
Dua notice will ba given to the del-
it DO elected u to the time and
i of holding tbo convention , and
will be made for A grand
Utuin jnwutitig to rs-tify t
liouti bn tbe ntmS < veiUD * " 3ter the
luuruutiun IUB ndjoumod. By order
if ine oomouttee.
BoKiccr. Cbairmiii.
Complaiot Cnrdtl-
B. Tttrctr , Kocliatter , N. Y. , writes : "I
re betn forovrr a yew subject to erlim
border of the kidney * , and often unnbh
) attend Uba tDO ; I procured your Hun *
OCK l'j\.r > o\i DJTTEILS , and wax relieved be-
ire hall n Ixittle was used. I intend to
mtimio , as 1 feel confident thuc they will
ntlrely euro mo. " I'rlco SI 00.
THE MINDEN MURDERERS.
'hoy Are Still ut Lnr o With Slltfht
ProBpsctB of Capture.
There is but littlu that is new in re-
ard to the pursuit of thu Mindun
nurdorara They ave being pursued
> y half u dozen pomes , ouo of which
u led by Adjutant General Alexander
) n Friday mornii ) | ; Oonoral Aloxar jor
clographod to the governor nt ljeHora
hat ho was loiving for the Eouth with
\ largo body of well armed men , and
loped to intercept the murderers , but' '
md no information as to their whcr
. *
Shorifl Ensign of Lincoln rer
Iio following telegram Friday : xrived
INUIANOLA , Ootr
I have just.received tl < jbet 20.
loto from Bheritr Wo' ' .0 following
Lbileno : The murdu' , ourn , dated
Voods stele two bora .ors of Shurill
ionics about four i js and left thoii
jyndon mills , in F .allos northwest ol
Vednosday nig ) ufnas county , Nob. ,
rero last seer , t , October 18th , and
lortheast of t about twenty mtloa
iappa and the divide between the
fternoon Beaver creeks , Thursdaj
10 trove about IJ o'clock , supposed tc
V'W I\UK \ southwest. S \ \ . II.
olot" Ay the governor received i
* ' * ( ' .am ftom a constable at Lunora
n' < ng that two muu , brothers of tin
jniorora , had been arrested at thai
' j | o , { chargt-il with stealing horses.
At midnight , the governor rcceivei
dinpntoh from Aluxauder date <
ullAlo Park ( old Bulldlo Qnp ) , i
iuiou on the Oiiitral Branch of th
U. P. , nour thu northern linn of Gavi
count ) , ICitiuje , and itbuut15 mile
west of south from Iionora. llu 1m
le.irm d thit : thu real names of th
nnuili rurn were Mart Siuiinutman an
Dick Hiinont , but hud learned notli
in ; : rrlubio its to their uhuroabouts ,
u It louU iiow ns thoiih ; tha men ha
ntucenUil in renchinn the moro in :
ts Bsttltd portions of Ivansas and ha
or madu good their escape. Govornc
5 St. John , of Kaueas , telegraphed Goi
urnor Xancu that the inun wore see
lie to cross 'ho north fork of the Soli
uion at 2 o'clock Friday , but this
evidently a mistake.
lie Hertford' * Aola Pliospunto a B
frosblnic Drlub.
or Du. A. L. HALL , Fairhaven , 1
lie Y. , says : "It forma an excellent su'
or stituto for lemon juice , and will fun
fie ish refreshing drink for the sick. "
GREATEST OF ALL
A Cliaiioe to Invest in .First
Kortgago Bonds
On the Jasper Walls , Pearly
Gates and Golden
Streate ,
Of the New Jcraanlem.
In presenting our work to your
muny readers wo wish to opcak of the
foundation of the Mission and its ob
ject , what it has done , what it is do
ing , what it wnnti to do. To many of
yourrcaJorna history of the founda
tion nnd work of the Mission is unnec
essary for they have watchodils mo\o-
monts , prayed for it , worked for it ,
contributed toward its nupport , and
have considered it a factor for gaud in
our city. To othois , who have but re
cently taken up their residence in our
fast growing city Mid who are willing
to "do all tiny can , " we wiah to pre
sent a history of the
FOUNDATION' OT TUB MISSION AND JTS
OIIJKCT.
The Mission was founded in Octo
ber , 1875 , just so'ven years ago , under
the name of the "Christian Workers'
Association , " its object being , instated
in the constitution , "to advance the
interests of the Christ inn religion by
active Christian work. "
Wo will now briefly give a synopsis
of
WHAT rr HAS DOXC.
Its constitutional object is ono that
is as "broad us the sea , " and admits
of any kind of work that will "ad-
vance the interests of the Christian
religion. ' The mission started in a
very humble manner , its first work
being a Sabbath school for news boys
and bootblacks , then an Industrial
aclvool was started whnro littla girls
wuro gathered together and taught to
sow. After moving from "pillar to
post" for Botnntimu , on thu 15th day
> f July , 18GO , wo wcrj enabled to
move into our present building on
1'enth sttaot , which was bought and
laid for.
For Boven years Sabbath and In-
lustml ecltoflls have been carried on
ionstantly. Words of counsel and
incouragemont , now hopoo , now
ispirations , and now duairos have been
liven the children , Food , clothing ,
iliouo , and ninny other ncceEjnrica of
ifo have boon given ti > aull'ering onea.
. 'ionica , dinners , uocialeD ( , etc. , have
) eon ( { ivun for the wUwyfo pf the
cholai'6 , Let ui eeo
WHAT IT is
The reports of the various
nonts will npoak for thcmolvo9 ,
INUfSTKIAL SCHOor , .
Total attotidanco for last quarter ,
,172 ; avenigo uttcndanco of toachcrr , ;
; number of garments made , 170.
MJM.V. . \V. AlAiisii , Sec'y.
SADJJATII SCHOOL.
Totu\ number attendance for last
uartor , 1,350 ; average daily attend-
nco , 104 ; total collections , $23 01.
0 , K. REYNOLDS.
TREASOKEH'S
Wo will state tint many of our
has been received from that
ourcd. About § 100 of this amount
vas used in ropairn upon our build- *
md some of the funds were
elief work aad in tl- " i
ohool. Our trc nr . I
.at ronorta totnl ,
, - „ snkl !
A. C. KENNEDV ,
Treasurer.
UEL1EP DEPARTMENT.
Wo will lot the report of our B-
ntondent of this dopartmo
rardino , speak for itself ;
UKl'OUT 01' THE
The report of iho
ho niliof departir . .aporlntondont of
) ily Mission fc , < nt of the Omnlm
ollows : v > eli\st quarter ia as
Wo hav
> oys an'5 J tilvovi Vo 'fifteen ' children ,
if noS" ' < . 'lotht > g and four pair
* ' 'V"'or * * * & n " " "liber of half-
uttmL ? " " tur&K thnt lhov ln'Bllt '
dUtnll * xMMWh acliool. Wohavonlso
* todjnnumbor < of hata and bon
nets , ' Ta oureral families putsido the
|
lcl , ( 1 wo liavo given clothing , and to
„ j \itKW woman who was sick and
it'.iout friends , wo have given medicine -
cine und ether help. Have visited U3
'amiliui and have in somu cases re-
.iovod . pressing wants with the Mission's
united means.
Wo BOO every day the great need
in Omaha of a temporary homo nnd
some means of giving a little tempo
rary help to bridge over n dark gulf
far BOUIO poor helpless women and
children. There are many circum
stances in this city which make a tem
porary homo a necessity. Sickness ,
Joath , inability to obtain em
ployment , nnd the ono great
I calamity that overshadows all ether
the desertion of father and husband of
Ms family. Such a case came under
our notica last week A man who
had lived happily witht his family for
eight years said to his wife that his
| business called him to aomo other city
and that ho would have to sell out
nd go there. Ho sold all they had ,
pocketed the money and loft her with
two children ( one a babe only ono
month old ) to battle with the cold and
storm of a Nebraska winter. Wo are
thiinkinl the Miaaion wan able to insist
this hulplecs wouiau a litt'.o. Wo
have hulprd her to iurnish u room and
given her littln tirl ; shoes. Wo hope
she will now got along nicely ,
In another rad case , where the
father and mother ha\o been sick
tlio Muring , wu gave all the Mis
sion omld allord , then wo called upon
the county coiniuiaaionera and they
them tnino uuiatanco. Several
dollars have been collected for them ,
It requires n great deal when families
have to be carried for montho. TJtoit
eldest boy is now sick with fever. 1
fear medical aid has como too lato. 1
visited him this morning and found
him very low. Think of it , n farailj
ot live without a nickel and the hus
baud sick.
Another c&aa , a poor widow , who foi
yearn lias made a comfortable- living b ;
washing , was last winter taken dowi
with iniUutatory rheumatism. Shi
had to upend all her little savings for
medicine and doctor bills. She was
pennilcso , helpless , and threatened
with Being turned out by horlandloid.
When I saw her she said she did not
know how many nights she had laid
nwaka wishing the Lord would let her
dip. Slid has not a relative in this
ountry
"I could make such a good living , "
she oaid , "were it not for these stiff
hands and feet. Oh , do help mo to
get better. " ,
I got a physician and medicine for
her , n few groceries and sotno coal.
Wo are hopuful that she may recover
her health. I could mention other
cases , bub this ia sufficient for the
public to have an idea of the work the
mission ia doing ,
There are many noble hearted per
sons in this city who would bo glad to
respond to the call of chaiity , but
those poor Buffering ones don't como
under their notice. Wo need n placa
whuro the prosperous nnd p.wr mny
meet together , and tha lornier l j
blespod by giving mm vliu inltcr by
receiving.
MlSS E. SYLVtSTEK , SPC.
Miis , J. B. .IAUOINI : , Snpt.
"Now lot us hear the conclusion o
the whole matter. "
WHAT TUB MISHO.V WANTS TO DO.
It han been our nim for a long time
pant to doviin ways and moans t < >
make this mission moro complete ,
moro useful , more practical. Wo do-
Biro to eaUbliah in connection with the
mifteion u
HOME rOU TUB FRIENDLESS.
To secure a building and furnioh it
as a temporary homo f r the poor
and friiiiidlbss in cases of sudden
emergency and distress. In order to
do thii wo will ncud a numborof earn-
oat workers.
Wo will need the continued support
of the press and these who have as
sisted uu in the past. Wo will need
the help of all benevolent nooplo.
Our plans will bo published soon , in
the meantime will you not consider
this matter carefully , remembering
that "inasmuch as ye have done it
unto ono of the least of thcso my
brothorn , yo'havo done it unto mo. "
"Hear ye ono anothTrs burden ? ,
tt Is more bleated lo glvo than to receive. '
A. G. CHAULTON ,
Secretary.
Fortunes or Jfnrioprs and Mo-
.
ThoiiNnnds of dollars can bo saved by
unitiR proper judgment In taking care of
tlio health of yourself and family. If you
mo blllouR , have Hallow complexion , poor
appetite , low nnd depressed epirit ? , and
jencrally debilitated , do not delay a mo
ment , but go at once ; and procure a bottle -
tlo of those wonderful Klectric Bitters ,
which never fail to cure , and that for the
trifling sum of fifty cents. [ Tribune.
Sold bvO. F. Goodman.
Army Orders.
First Lieutenant E D. Thomas ,
ikh calvary , A. A. Q.M. , will sell to
3rovot Major General 0. O. Howi rd ,
J. S. A.
ono corrol horn , the pro-
> crty of the government , for which ho
a responsible , nt nctuil cost if known.
The leave of aboCQca for fif ! s3n ci ,0
ranted First Lieutenant WiiifttW P.
lull , 11. Q. BI. 5th cavalry , by para-
raph 1 , _ special orders No. 108 , cur-
ont aeries , from these headquarters ,
i extended four days.
The following ia published for t B
iformation and guidance of all r.n
ornod :
lot Extract from an cnH
ISS338
' Tho' " ip' < - - - - , - " ,
npgCMital afniy regulations to
rf > . ! bus-i iityloand oharactot but
retleeto the experience of thb past
liundrad yearly which inj that ttt every
military postv * the United States the
troopa uhould ba assembled under
rms cornplctB- leMt once each day ,
oavmg a aiaccoti-Httry with the com-
nnn'aing officer fthothor in the morr -
' "troop" onavouing "retreat"- and
nti :
Extract from decision roti'.mcd by
direction of the honorable , the secre
tary of war :
"It appeals to him'that action en
accordance with the views of the general -
oral would obviate tha objections tf
Sunday parades profited in ytnK
communication , "
Gallery-practise will bo resumed thin
winter. Dating the months of.I aim-
ary , February and Mnrch , each troop
and company will fire twice ft week.
Firing during January will bo at 50
toot , standing. During February at
5 foot , kneeling. During March at
.00 feet , lying. Firing at greater
range * than 50 feet may bo conducted
lut doora near thu quarters. Should
ircumstanco not permit , however , of
using a greater Tango than 50 fcot ,
Bring may bo in February kneeling ,
uid in March lying rt that diatancu.
To secuto uniformity praoticu at all
distances will bo at a target 8x12
inches , with bulln-eyo 1 o-JG inclvea iu
diameter , v/hich ia the size of the ord-
ntncu paper target.
Monthly records of best firing , on
brm 30 c , giving distance and poai-
ion , will be sent direct to Dapartment
Headquarters.
It is expected that this cautso of
gallery practice will bo the moans of
thorough grounding troops in the pro
per positions and necessary theoretical
instruction ; and thus bo a saving of
time when the spring practice begins.
Its importance in the instruction of
recruits c n not bo ovurfti'natod.
The attention of post commt d.rs
.s called to the concluding paragraph
of general orders No. 32 , department
"leadquartors , 1881 , which will also
; overn gallery practice.
Buolclin'o Armca tialvo.
The UKUT SALVK In the world for Gnt ,
Hrnheii , Sores , Ulcow , tr.lt llbeiim , fe-
v v Scree , Tetter , ChM'P * HmxK Cnil
Ijialns , Corns , aud nil nklu etuptiunu , ncl
| jositivey ) curefl .ile ! . Itin guaranteed to
idve B5tlaf ctfon t n-v oey retundeJ.
I'rlco , & ceula per tt , ft
THE CITJ/ STEAM
makes a speci.dty of
Collars & Cuffs ,
AT THE BATK OF
Three Gents Each ,
Work solicited from all over the flountry
The charges and return intf" ? " l mu.st R fl °
- - ratea
counmuy the -package.
large club * or acuclea.
_ . . .
n. * * * WT T
AND
Delioious Bever.
age.
"THE OU1' THAT CUEERS , '
"BUT NOT INEBRIATES "
OUIJ DIN'NKH 1'AUTY has finished
the l.vt bottle of "HUN PUNOn. "
"Then , my dear , ilon't forgot to remind
mo to orrtrr n freih supply to-morrow. "
"THK HUH PUNCir'ls prepared * ole.
iviiyMcmw. o. H. GIIAVKS & SON .
lioston. It is nmdo of the lie t imported
brandy rmd Siuta Cruz rii'n , united with
the j ill co of fresli lemons , and tlm _ finest
white siiRar , and i < ronlly n delicious , a
pure , and a reliable article , tbtit _ hnH % nrt ,
with the most corJinl upprcciation of all
who tried it.
Sfe Hut you ct the Rnuino with the
facMmlle of " 011KSTKR If. GltAVKSSr
S 'NS" on the capsule over the cork of cacli
bottle.
Sold by Grocera nnd IWiuo Merchant
everywhere.
TrAde Mipplici at Maunfacturer'n prices
by M , A. McN'nninrn ; fnmilic supplied by
A. H. Gladstone , Oinaka Keb
GOLD ROPE.
Thclntrlnslc merit anil superior nuMlty of our
Oolil Hope Tobacco has Induced other m.innlac-
Hirers to put upon tlio market ooJn similar to
rur brenu In natuo and stjlo which tro oCTcroil
mil < old lor lets moiry ( hun the Konulue Gold
Itopo. Wo caution the t ado and consumer to see
that our nurno and trade mark nro upon each
lump. The only ccnulno and original Gold Kopp
Tobacco It manufacture d by
THE WILSON & McNALLY TOBACCO -
BACCO COMPANY.
MORGAN PAKE
MILITARY AOADEM ?
A Christian Fnmlly School ( or Bjys Prepares
lor CollcRO , Scientific School or Elulnosa. Rood
to Copt , BD , N. KIBK TALOOrT.
Principal ,
Uorrjar ark , Cook Co. III.
8m Ujeptpaia , uec
BUIlDOCn. < LOOD BITTEllS.
.1 you arc adllctod with Billouancsa , U30
nUHDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
II you are prostrated with sick Headache , take
BOUDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
( your Dowels MO disordered , rcgulato them with
BUHBOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If wiir Blood Is mpuro , purify It with
'
c Indigestion , you v ill lindun antidote
In BUUUOCK BtOOl ) BITTEM.
If you ire troubled with Spring Comj l5ifif > er
adicate them with BUUDOCK BLOOD l&'fERS.
If your Ll er Ia torpid , regtor-j It to bfrJthy action
with BUKCodk'BllfriD BITTERS
U your Liver la affected , ydu vrlll find a sure re-
etoratl\ Iu BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any epecioe ot Rumor or Pimple , fall
not to take I1UU130CK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you hat o any syir.jrttms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Seres , a curatlvo rcra'jdy will bo found lii
TiUUDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Impacting uCrcngth and \lUllty to the BJ 8-
tern , nothlng'Sia equal
11URDOCIC BLOOD BITTERS.
For Ncrvwi'snd Ocntral Debility , tone up the
tVStcui with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
TYrT , ei.oo oei Bottle ; Tila Dottloi 10 Oti
MILBUEN , & Co , , Props ,
BtIETAI.Q. JJ. TT.
Sol J al wboleaalo by Ish tt Mcllahon and C. F.
Goodman. | e 7 eod-rae
ful n I > " " '
. ' ' .
nut ert. ,
\\MUOIH f il ? ) ! * ( I
llflll'TI' * JOU * .Ui ) 'r
s t. v. > U fun i. " ' f Kilie
Ubl'Aii. rtial rit i *
r ui o < rn
, ou nlll UL
l(3
Hop Pltter *
fi may
a vout
llfp. ll ha *
( tun
The Great Lnglish Remedy
iSc\er. tMi t cuie
N'enoua Debility. VI-
Ul Exhaustion , KruU-
iloiig , Seminal Weak'
ncaam.UOSTIJAN
HOOD , and r.ll the
\ U taect oj ) outh'
lul ( olticii ami cxcc.fr
| 'C It tO | j ( icrnu
inently Ml wi-akculnij ,
llnrolunttry looses am
ii < r&ln > uiwu the gjs
.t.i'r i r * - . . . - . . . . , ' " ' " . thMncvHable re
, , , - flmlt ol thcff'enlnrao
Kcva , which „ ate 30 dtutruetlui to ruli.d and V-oJj
nnd make llfo uiUvablc , oltcii lendlnx to Infant-
and death It utrenijthciia Iho NcivraBrain
iy
( rncmor. t Blood , Muclc , PIseatUe tnd Hcpro
duttixv lr.i:3 : , It restore : ) 10 all the oruaun
fonetli-ns their foriuerljor and % ltilltm
I.IIILlife cheerful nnd fnJojJiWe. I'l'.ce , S'i i
iiotllu , ci four times tt quantity ilO. South ;
ciiiretK" , vocuru from obii'n Hon. to cnyaddrced
ou receipt ot price. No. C. 0 , D. eont. exctp
oa receipt of $1 i coarantee , Lettcru n
queetlnK anawvn ) ruuat lucloto aUrap ,
' Pills
Dr. Mintie'u Daudolion
ro U ) b st and chcaptDt < lipcpsU and billlou
euro la Uio uiatkct. Said by all druzgUU. Trie
CO cenU.
DK Mitrm'a KIDMT RUIKDT , KIPBITICDU ,
Corel (11 kind of Kidney and bladder complaint *
pononhei , gleet and Icuwrrhca. For sale by a !
dkUfirliU : * 1 a battle.
BKQLISU UEDIOAli INSTITUTE.
71S OHv St. , St. LouU , Mo.
F. GOODMAN.
WHOLESALE
MILLINERY & NOTIONS
Zephyrs , Germantown , Etc ,
STOCK LARGER THAN EVER , { ° $ &tig $ * l { " *
'
M MtflB' I OBBRPELDER & CO.
US'-
I t .
The * Oldest , Wholesale and
Retail JEWELRYHOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARS. CLOCKS ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry ,
the Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
PRECIOUS STONES and
all descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Pri
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our'EJegantNew
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
Streets
MAX MEYER & BRO. ,
MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES
A Large Stock always on Hand.
PERFECTION
HEATING AND BAKING ,
U only attained by naiug
Stoves and Ranges.
WITH
WISE GAUZE OVEB DOORS ,
For sale by
mriliTRBGERS&SQNS
lull-mill ?
V a
BOOK-KEEPING , BUSINESS FORMS ,
BANKING , COMMERCIAL LAW ,
POLITICAL ECONOMY , "
PENMANSHIP , 4
COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC , ENGLISH LANGUAGES
Tnught by gentlemen of business experience and broad Rcholarahip at the
WYMAN 'GORflMEKGIAL ' COLLEGE
A now institution based on the highest standard 'of oxcnllence. Day and
and evening aocsiono are now ia successful operation.
For circulars or special infoitnatloa apply to or address
A. . L , WYMAN.
fKENDALL'S
SPAVIN CURE
K Oil
COL. L. T. FOSTER.
Youngitown , Ohio , May 10 , 1830 I
Du. B. J. KXNBALI , * Co , I had n very valiu
do IlambletonUn colt thv Iprlrnd very highly
30 had a large bono ppain en onn joint and a
'
small one on the ether \\lilcli made hlirnory
lame ; I had him under the charge 01 two voter-
nary uncoua which ( ailed to euro him. 1 was
mo day reading tlio dvertUemtMit c ( Kendall's
Ipavln Cure In the Chicago ExprcuaI determined *
toncetotry It and Rot ourcruzg'sts ' hero fo
and for It , acd they ordered three bottles ; 1 tool
ill and I thought I would gl\o It r. thorough
.rial , I used It according to dtrcctloni nnd the
outtli day tl e colt co < aed to bo lame uid tht
unrs ha\o dlaapncared. I used bii' ono bottle
md the colt'a liuibn are a ) ( reo ot lump * and as
imooth as any horeu In the Btato Ho l > entire-
y cured. The euro wa so remarkable thatl
uimo lett o ot my nelKliliora liiuo the remain
Ing two bottles wfao are now using It.
Very respectfully ,
L. T. FOSTEH
Bend lei Illustrated circular Khlng positive
irool. Price tl. All Drugglats have It or can
get tt lor you. Dr. D. J. Kendall ft Co ! , Pro
prietor * , Enoeburgb Fulls , Vt.
BOLD BY ALL , DRUGGISTS
d.wly
DOCTOR
WHITTIEE ,
617 St. Charlei 8tIST. LOOTS , Mo
A HEQULAtt ORADUATE ol two midlcal
coll'KeahaB bccu longer caacd In the t cat'
menf oj UIIHOMU , MERVOUd. SKIN AND
BLOOD Disease ! than any other phidcian I' ' ) St.
LouU M city piperj thow aud all old resident'
know , Consultation atotHcu or by null , ( roe
and tnUtoil. A friendly talk or hi * opinion
co > U nothing. When It la inconvenient to
Is t tl.e city for treatment , medicine can be
i-nt by mill or cxpr" r\ery where. Curable
uexiurauteed ; wi.cro doubt uxitt * It it frank-
y ttattd. O.li or wr.t .
Nervous j > n tratianjr ) < rt > Ulty , Mental
and 1'hybical Weukm'sa , Jtercurial and
othej' aifectiona of Throat , ti&o and lloiien ,
uiHJ InipuntieH nnd IJUi > & 1'uiiouing.
Skiu Aifectiiius , Olf Hirftt mid Ulcere ,
pHiiuefitH to Marr.wo , Kheuniatiiin ,
1'ilui Special Htleiiflou to carfc from
'
oyor-workeilliraiii { JUIUilOALOASEH
rcceive | > ociajatt.5i5iin , iJiseasos arising
from Iniprtrlenee. Kxcenaea , Tn'lulvrencet
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
The moat contrail r located hotel in the city ,
U301U8 i&c. 31.00 , Jl 00 and tJ.OO pv-r day.
I1r t Cluu KcsUurint coancctecl wltn the
hottl.
.HURST. - . Prop.
Corner Fourth and Locuit BtrecU.
80 ? . 3C.OXTXEI HVCO.
THK
IN TIlK WEST I
General Agents for the
Finest , and Best Pianos and
Organs manufactured ,
Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufacture
and Dealer.
Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
Bottom Prices ,
A SPLENDID stock of
Steinway Chickering ,
Knabe , Voso & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes ,
Also Ciough & Warren ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not fail to see us before pur
chasing.
ron.
CHICAGO ,
PEORI
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTON ,
And all Polutt Eait andOouth-Eaot.
TUKLIUECOMI'IUHES
Nearly 1,1)00 miles. Solid Smooth Steel Track
II connection ! nre made In UNION DhPOTO.
hag a Natlonnl Hepntatton as belnit the'
real Through CAP Line , and Ia universally
ouceded to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Hall-
road In the world ( or all classes of travel.
Try It and you will find traveling a Inxury-
Instead of adlscomfort. _
Through Tickets via rhls Celebrated Line for
ealo at all offices la the West ,
ealoAll Information about Rates o Fare , Slee _ .
Car Accommodations , TIme Tablet , &c. , will be.
cheerfully given by apphlnlnv to
T. J. POTTER ,
U Vlce-Hrua't & Gen. JIau .irorChi 20.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. Paucrwer Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVENPORT ,
Gen. Agent , Uonncll Blufli.
II. I' . DUEL.L , 'ilckot A (
mnJO-cd Iy
WESTERN
0 SPE011T , Proprietor.
Iil2 ; Harnoy sit. - Oiarlia , Noli.
MANUFACTUIIEK3 OP
Galvanize
CORNICES ,
DORMER WINDOWS , F1NIALS ,
Tin , Iron aud Slate Hoofing ,
Specht's Patent Jlotalio Skylight. .
Patent Adjusted Ratchet Bar
and Bracket Shelving. I am
the general agent for the
aboro line of goods.
IRON FKNOINQ ,
Oreitlngs , Beluttradec , V r ndatJOfflct tnt
Bank RklllnKa , Wlndovnd Cellar.
Guards ; alto
' "UAL AGKN