Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1883)
THE DAILY BEE OMAHA MONDAY MARCH 5
That BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
will cure the worst case
of dyspepsia. *
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion ,
Cures general debility , and
gives a new lease of life ,
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nerveSjCnriches the blood.
Overcomes weakness , wakefulness -
fulness , and lack of energy
' Keeps off all chills , fevers ,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St. , Baltimore , Dee. iE8r.
For six yean I hive been a great
sufferer from Blood Disease , lys-
* o debilitated that I could not retain
anything on my stomach , In fact ,
life hid almost become a burden.
Finally , when hope had almoit left
me , m husband teeing BROWN'S
IRON EITTHRS advertised In the
paper , Induced me to give It a trl.il.
I am now taking the third loilla
\ and have not felt 10 well In six
yean as I do at the present time.
Mra. L. F. GRIFFIN.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up , " than
any medicine made.
Eyery Comet la wan-luted tails-
factory to ita wearer in every way.
or tbo money trill bo refunded by ,
tbo person from whom It waa bought.
PBICESby Mall , PotUoe Paid I
JK lUa Preferring , 1)1.00. Belf.Aaiu.UnB , 91.00
AMonlnai ( extra heavy ) * a.OO. NanlBi.ftl.BO
feballli PreerTlac ( flns contll ) B.OO. 1'orxoa
Skirt-Supporting , 1.50.
far cle ) by leadlm lletnll Denier * everywhere.
CHICAGO COIISUT GO , , otuoaso , ni.
"By thatotiEh knowledge ol the nutnial Uw
which govern tha opetktloni ol digestion fcad
nutrition , nd by careful application ot tht
flu propeitlei ol wcll-itloctecl Cocoa , Mi ,
Kpca baa provided oar breakfast tablet with >
delicately flavored beverage which may tavo M
many heavy doctors' bills. It Is by the Jmtlcloai
DM ol luch articles of diet that a conotUutht
may be gradually built DP until ttiong enoagt
to reslit every tendency to dlseMo. unndredi
ol subtle maladloa aie floating around 09 ready
to attack wherever there Is a weak point. W
may eectpo many a fatal chaft by keeping our
selves well loitlOed with pure blood and a piop <
> Iy nourished frame. " Chll Ciervlce duetto.
llade simply with boiling water cr milk. Bel
n tins only ( t-Ib and Ib ) . labeled
JAMBS KPP8 & CO. ,
n * sal.wlT JLondon. Ruffian
0. SPEOHT , . . Proprietor.
1212 Barney St. - Omrha , Neb
DORMER WINDOWS , F1NIALS
Tin , Iron and Slate Hoofing ,
Bpocht'i Patent Motallo Skylight
Patent Adjuatod Ratchet Bu
nd Bracket Shelving. I am
the general agent for tha
above line of goods.
tlng-i , Balustrades , Vcr nd sO | H *
Bank Railing * . Window Oi 'mr ]
Quirdi ; olao
Sealed proposals will be received by the Board
of Coonty Commissioners of Gage county , Neb , ,
lor the erection of a bridge across the Big Blue
rhcr upon either ono of thi wagon roads leading
cost from the town of Wyinorr , Gage county ,
Neb. , and ever and across said river , ttald bridge
to bo one hundrcxl and fifty ( ISO ) feet long , aild
to hare either piles , stone , or Iron p.'cn ' ) .
Also for the erection of n bridge , suitable to the
place , across Indian Creek , on the line between
sections twentj-nlno (29) ) und thirty (30) ( ) , about
onemllo southwest of Wyroore , Gaga county ,
Hob. law bridge at this plsco preferred.
Alto a bildga across Tarkey Creek , Boutheast
of DeWItt , Nib. , to replace the old ono now In
use.All br'dzes to b of wood , Iron or combination ,
All bids to b accompanied by 'plans and spvcl.
ficitiQns.lo b sealed and filed wttli the Connty
Clerk , on or before 12 o'clock noon , ilarvb 20th ,
The Commissioners r.tcrre the'Hgnt to reject
y and all bids. Bucc i ful bidders will bo o-
ulre'd to'elto bond for tbo faithful performance
cf Uielr contract , i ' " ' v
, Uy orderUieCcuntrOimmlssIonerfi. .
< r T- . . . -rt "
A. J. 1'KTHOUD ,
F b , It tne-d-lw
f " * * * * . ,
CROWNIHG OF THE CZAR ,
A Russians Account of the Gor
geous Spectacle ,
The Summons to the Empire
< Moscow "and the Kremlin ,
Brilliant FnntnrcH of llio Ceremony
ST. PETERSBURG , February 2 , 1883.
The long expected nkaao has made
ils appearance. Alexander III. will
bo crowned In Moscow on Sunday
the 27th of May next , and will thus
become by right the czar of all tbo
Rusdann. Tno coronation la without
exception the grandest , most solemn
and brilliant ceremony In the world ,
nothing over soon or hoard of eluo-
whcro approaching ita aplonor , and for
thia'reason n full description of It may
bo road with Interest.
The czar while uncrowned has very
little power as a monarch , being , BO to
say , a minor holding the reins of stata
more by courtesy than by right. Ho
cannot proclaim war or conclude n
treaty of peace , nor can ho enter the
Imperial throne room , or confer the
grand cordon on any of the decora-
tlona. All ordora leaned by him are
null and void unices countersigned by
two of the ministers ot state , the body
of which they form part acting
In every respect aa regents
of the empire during the
Czar'aApolitical ) ( minority. During
this perod ho has no right to the fifty-
six titles belonging only to crowned
czars , but ia addressed simply as Alex
ander son of Alexander and , as a matter -
tor of etiquette , czar of Russia. Under -
dor these circumstances it Is not singu
lar that the various czars should have
always hastened their coronation in
Moscow aa much aa possible , being
naturally unwilling to be under tute
lage , which In the majority of cases Is
obnoxious ; and hitherto successors to
the throne have , with very few ox-
coptlons , boon crowned within two
months of the deaths of their prede
cessors. In cases vjhero thora have
been disputes about the throne , or
whore revolutions were threatened ,
or where the yirono hoa boon
usurped , ns it waa by Cather
ine , the ceremony has taken place
with what may bo called Indecent
boato. History Informs us that Oath-
luo atolo away while the body of Peter
was yet warm , traveled to Moscow as
fait aa horaen could carry her , and on
the very day of her arrival there got
crowned ; once crowned , eho knew
that she was safe , The millions of
Russian peasants cannot bollovo the
czar to bo "by the grace of God the
most powerful czar" unless ho has
boon anointed at Moscow. Even In
death an uncrowned czar docs not
receive the honors due to his
rank , the body of Peter III.
being deposited in the common church
yard of St. Athanaslns , instead of
being laid among the czara , in the
great mausoleum of the chur.ch of St.
Peter and Sb. Paul within the St.
Petersburg citadel , for although Peter
was emperor , ho had not been an *
noiutod and crowned. The bodies of
two other uncrowned czars have re
ceived the same unceremonious burial.
In Rusala children who have died
without being b&ptlzsd do not receive
Christian burial , and to a great extent
an uncrowned czar is In the same cate
"la Roe est mort ; v 'fe le Roi , " Is the
saying throughout the world ; bat ID
the present case It has not been ao.
The reaaona of thopostponmentof the
ceremony are not understood by
strangers , who imagine that it was duo
to Nihilism , Alexander UI. , like all
the R mano0S | kn OWB not what fear
ia ; indeed , ho would not bo a Romanoff -
off If ho did. Had ho boon afraid of
the assassins ho could easily have been
annolntod and crowned secretly long
ago , instead of which ho meana that
the ceremony shall be public and on a
magnificent scale. The reason for the
postponement is duo to nothing more
nor less than the great respect the un
crowned czar has for his departed
father , to whom ho waa much attach
ed , and whoso losa ho , In common with
all Russians , still mourns.
SUMMONS AND rfiEPAKATION.
It lias always boon the rule to issue
the imperial ukase respecting the
coronation several months la advance
In order to plvo guests who
have to como from a distance
ample time. The minister of the
household , by order of the czar
sends imitations to all friendly courts
to presidents of republics , and to foreign
oign diplomats. Commands , not In
vitationo , are sent to the members of
the imperial family , the clergy , no
bios , oilicors , perfects , governors
Judges , the chiefs of towns and vll
BROS , oto. The great ceremony has
always been performed in the Church
of the Holy Assumption , within the
walls of the Kremlin , at the
anoleht town of Moscow. An
old law orders that every
building must receive throe
coats of white paint for the occasion ,
but the Muscovites do not require to
bo forced by law , the are proud to re
oolvo their czar , and for weeks pre
vious to the ceremony their town la in
gay holiday attire. Invited inonarchs ,
princes and diplomats are the guosti
of the palaoo , but Russian nobles ar
riving in Moscow are directed to the
mansions of other nobles of the same
rank , whom they , most probably , have
never mot before , and whoso guests
they remain ; while strangers go to the
many hotels and private dwellings
which the municipality renta for the
occasion , where they stay at the ex
pense and as the guests of the city.
Although some of the emperors have
wished the ceremony to bo performed
In St. Petersburg , the clergy have al
ways maintained that such a corona
tion would bo illegal.
The great Kremlin is not one building -
ing , but a city , and a strong city , too ,
la Itself. It is an octagon plot of
ground of many acres on a high eleva
tion , surrounded by high walla and
fortifications , and contains four crown
palaces , throe cathedrals , the head-
quartora.of the Imperial guards , the
Kovernor'a residence , a university ,
end a number of monasteries and nun-
uorler. The appearance of the Krem
lin is exceedingly striking , as the
walls are white , the fortifications
oinorald green , the entrance rose-
tinted and the roofs of the cathedrals
Ijlldcd , the whole forming a wonderful
Combination. The coronation pro'cea
slon begins to form at the cavalry bar
racks , fear miles distant from the
THE MAHCH TO THE KHEULIK.
Early In the day appointed for the
ceremony sixty heralds , mounted on
cream colored horaos and commanded
byamoator of coroinonloB , appear before
fore the Rates of the barracks and blow
a salvo , upon which the colonel of the
regiment appears and aak B what they
want of him , "Tho czar commands
thee follow mo , " is the answer , and
the gates are thrown open and the
regiment , which has boon expecting
thu aammonn , gallops out and follows
the heralds , The heraldn then pro *
coed to the barracks of the Lancers ,
where the same thing takes place ,
then to the university , then to the
cathedral of St. Nichols , where the
clergy join the procession , then to the
law courts where the judges fall In ,
then to the headquarters of the mar-
nhals of the nobility , and ntaff officers ,
the several professions , the governors ,
the prefects , the deputations from
every part of the Empire , the trade
guilds , etc , , etc. , oaoh body joining at
a separate place and all being sum
moned by the heralds as In the first
case. The procession goes on swelling
until It reaches enormous proportions ,
so much so that when the head of it
arrives nt the Kremlin the tail is still
at the other end of the town. Arriv
ing at St , Demetrius gate they find It
closed. The heralds then blow their
trumpets and the commander of the
citadel appears and demands what they
want , to which the crowd replies , "Tho
Czar. " "And what for ? " aeks the
commander. "To crown him the
most powerful of the powerful , " is
the reply , and the gates lly opon. The
Metropolitans of Moscow , Kazan ,
Novgorod and Kieff hero head the
procession , and with the deputations
from every part of the empire they
advance to the palace and form in
front of it. These deputations con
sist of Russians , Roumanians , Kir-
ghees , Ohlneao , Mlngrelians , Bash
kirs , Poles , Georgians , Circassians ,
Oalmucks , Armeniajaa ' , Turkomans ,
Tartars , Esquimaux , Afghans , Bulga
rians , Laplanders , Mongolians , Finns ,
Persians and Bokhatians , all in their
respoctlvo national costumes. The
Metropolitans then a'dvaneo and call
upon the czar to come forward , upon
which ho appears nt the portico ,
dressed in the uniform of a colonel of
the Imporlal'fjnards , with the empress ,
dressed as a Russian peasant , on his
nrm , The instant the deputations are
arraro of the Imperial presence they
kneel , and being asked by the czar
what they want of him , the metropoli
tan of Moscow replies that they have
been sent from far and wide to see
their czar anointed , so that they can
return to their homes and assure thoao
who sent them that-tho cztr is verily
the Lord's anointed , and that they
may obey none but him/ Thence nil
proceed to the cathedral of the ' -Holy
Assumption , the czar and Czarina
walking between the bishops and the
THE SERVICE IH THE CATHEDRAL.
Arriving at the church , the czar and
his wife are shown to ordinary thrones
neat those of the bishops , and the
special service Immediately begins.
After the first lesson la read the Met
ropolitans conduct the emperor and
empress to a canopy of scarlet velvet
richly embroidered in gold , f ho prin
clpal figure being the double-headed
Russian eagle. Under this canopy la
an elevated platform upon which are
the historical throne of the Czar
Yladimlr Monomagne and an ordi
nary arm chair for the empress , also a
table npon which are the scepter anc
crown of Oonitantlnna Monomaohui
a sword and a mantle of ermine.
The Nobles now advance from
the south of the cathedral and sur
rounding the platform draw their
aworda and place them at the feet ol
the czar , The bishop of Kazan then
asks the emperor In a loud voice if ho
is a true believer , to which ho replies
by reading the Lord's prayer and the
apostles' creed of the Creek church.
The bishop next says : "If there bo
any of yon hero present knowing any
impodlmont for which Alexander , son
of Alexander ( or other name ) should
not bo crowned by the grace of God ,
emperor and autocrat of all theJlns
slans , of Moscow , of Kleff , of Via
dlmin , of Novgorod ; czar of Kazan , oi
Astrakhan , of Poland , of Siberia , oi
Khorson-Tawrldo , of Gronal ; Goaou-
dar of Pskov ; grand duke of Smo
lensk , of Lithuania , of Yolbyula , of
Podolia and of Finland ; prince of
Eatouia , of Livonia , of Gour-
land ; of Somlgalla , of the Samolodes ,
of Bloloatok , of Corolla , of Foor , ol
Ingor , of Perm , of Flatka , of Bulgaria ,
and of other ccuntrlea ; Master and
Grand Duke of the Lower Countries
In Novgorod , of Tchornlgoff , of Rla-
Ban , of Polotsk , of RoatolT , of Jaro-
staiT , of Blolosorsk , of Ondork , ol
Oldorsk , of Klndisk , of Vltolsk , ot
Mtakhoti , and of all the countries ol
the North ; Master Absolute of Ivorak ,
of Kastolnlak , of Kalardinsk , and oi
the territory of Armenia ; Sovereign ol
Mountain Princes of Toherkask ; Mar
tor of TurkostanHolr ; , Presumptive ol
Norway , and Dnko cf Sohloswlg-
Holstoln , of Stormaruo , of Dlthmarro ,
and of Oldembourg , lot him come for
ward now , In the name of the Holy
Trinity ; and show what the Impedi
ment Is , or lot him remain dumb forever -
ever ! " This Is repeated three times ,
and npon no objection being raised , he
lays his hands npon the head of the
czar , who Immediately kneels. At
thla point the Metropolitan of Mos
cow takes the mantle of ermine from
the table and throws it over the kneelIng -
Ing czar , saying : "Cover and protect
thy people as this robe covers and pro-
tecta theoj" the emperor replying ;
"I will , I will , I will , God hefpimri"
aud kissing the prelate's hand. The
bishop of Novgorod now places the
sceptro In the czar's hand , saying ;
"May thine hand which holds this
wither the day thou art unjust ; " the
answer being , "Bo It soj" after which
the bishop of Kloff places the crown
upon the emperor's head. At this
point the empress kneels beside her
husband who partly covers her with
the cloak of ermine , and also holds
his crown above her head for a f ov seconds
ends , without , however , placing it
upon her head.
LONG LIVE THE CZAR ,
The czir and czarina'remain in
prayer for eovornl minutes amid _
deadly alienee , and the Instant they
rlso to their foot bishops , nobles ,
deputations , clergy and all present
kneel to them , shouting "Long live
the czar. " The cry Is taken up by
the hundreds of thousands who are
outside , thu heralds sound the trum
pets , guns . .are fired , and bells are
rung. The czar commands the people
to rise , and Is again surrounded by
the nobles , who receive their swords
back from the Imperial hands , the onf-
poror faying , "It Is thy cduntry's , " to
which the noble replies , "and my
czar'o. " Mass is again resumed and the
emperor proceeds nlono to the altar ,
passing through the golden gates of
the Iconbstaslnl , which are closed be
hind him , thus hiding him from view ,
Here , after partaking of the holy
communion , the Metropolitan of Mos
cow anoints his head , temploa , eyelids ,
lips , nostrils , oars , breast and hands ,
saying : "Behold the seal of the Holy
Gfhoat , may It keep thco over holy. "
The gates of the leonostaslnl are re
opened , the czar appears before them
and Is hailed with shouts of "Thou
art verily by the Lord's anointed,1'
The empress advances to the sanctuary
and kneels to her lord , who bids her
rise , and they walk out of the
cathedral arm in arm. At the
door la a glided chariot drawn
by twelve white horses , Into which
they outer , the princes , other mem-
bora of the Imperial family , foreign
monarchs , guests , etc. , entering other
state chariots. The procession again
forms as It did on approaching the
Kremlin , and , with ita now additions ,
movoe slowly through the gaily deco
rated town. Acnordlng to an old cus
tom , the czar's carriage , instead of
being guarded by troops , is surrounded
by ono hundrood maldeno belonging
to the beat Russian families , all
dressed In white and holiday garlands
of flowers. Court balls and receptions
begin In the evening and last for a
fortnight , after which the court returns
to St. Petersburg.
* For the delicate and complicated
difficulties peculiar to women , Lydla
E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound is
the sovereign remedy.
Moro Precloua Tftan Gold.
Now York BUr.
"About ton years ago , " said an
jffioor of a safe deposit company , "wo
lad in ono of our safes a small box
; hat contained a child's orlmor , two or
throe picture books and a fish .hook
md lino. This box was left with us
by an .elderly lady , and Us contents
once b'olongod to a child that died
many years ago. Tire or three times
a year the lady came to our place and
examined the contents to see if they
were all right. She was the mother of
the child , and aho seemed to take a
sad sort of pleasure In gazing upon the
articles that had amuoed her darling in
the 8'ong ' ago. Finally she , ceased
coming , and when the time for which
she had expired , wo made inquiry as
.0 . the reason it was not ronowod.
Wo than learned that aho was dead. "
"Who was the lady ? "
"I must decline to state her name ;
jut I will say that her husband was a
quarter of a century one of the lead-
ng business men of Now York. Ho
iook the little box containing his dead
wife's treasures away with him. "
Ah Extraordinary Caio
AUSTIN , TEXAS , Teh. 20 , 1880.
To Mr. J. W. Graham , Druggist :
Dear Sir My case was an acute form of
bronchitis , nnd was of one and a half year's
duration. I employed the beat med ical aid
possible , but failed rapldlv , until the doc
tors said I would die that my case was in
curable. Thrown upon my own resources ,
I cot a bottle of Dn. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
FOB TUB Lraos , and in six hours felt a de
cided relief , In three days the cough al
most disappeared. Now that my chances
of life are good for many yean , I earnestly
recommend the above to every sufferer of
lung or throat disease.
feb&d&w-eod-lw O. G. IiATHSOP.
A Olynefa nrin N
Detroit foil tffid Jlfbund.
I found on Mulberry street the well
known cheap Chinese restaurant kept
byfthe solemn , jovial Oriental whose
name Is Fan Mone. "Chinese dinner ,
seven cents , " was the sign outside.
"I'll it If It kills "
eat mo , thought I ,
and went In. "One dinner , " said I.
"Yip allo light , " F. M. answered.
I surreptitiously smelt of the butter.
It seemed good. I taated it. It was
good. He brought a generous plate of
roast beef , hot and reeking. "Good
enough , " I thought , and tackled it.
He brought on dish of beans good
beans. He brought coffee prime
Java. He brought 'boiled potatoes.
"Beautiful1 ' I thought. I slyly
whistled In my napkin. I dispatched
them. He brought me a small piece
of plo and cheese ; I hadn't expected
that , really. I immediately enter
tained them. "S-o-v-o-n cents , " I
kept saying to myself. "Why need
people go hungry1
"How mnohoe1 ? 1 asked , gracefully
falling into the Chinese language.
"Forty-olghfc cents. "
"Forty-eight cents ! Great Scott !
Yon said seven cents. "
1 ' That1 lo f or Chinaman. No goodeo.
Blollcan hungly. No muohoe for seven
Change of Mind-
I declined to insert your advertise
ment of Hop Bitters last year , be
cause I then thought they might not
bo promotlvo of the cause of Temper
ance , but find they are , and a very
valuable medicine , myself and wife
having been greatly benefited by them ,
and I take creat pleasure .in making
REV. JOHN SEAMAN ,
Editor HomeSentinelMlonH. Y. |
BAY CITY , Mich. , Feb. 3,1880.
I think It my duty to send yon a
recommend for the benefit of any per
son wishing to know whether the Hop
Bitters are good or not. I know they
are good for general debility and Indi
gestion ; strengthen the nervous sys
tem and make now life. I recommend
my patients to use them.
DR. A. PRATT ,
Prohibition in Kansas.
Kansas City Tlmeti
Col. Carpenter , the collector of Internal
tornal revenue , furnishes the follow1
Ing figures for the year ending April
30 , 1881 , the year before the Jaw took
effect and the year ending April 30 ,
1882 , the first year of prohibition :
From May 1 , 1880 , to April 30 ,
1881 , there were issued 1,977 retail
liquor deslors' stamps , 3'J brewers' per-
mlts , and 30 wholesale liquor dealers1
stamps. From May 1 , 1881 , to April
30 , 1882 , there were Issued 1,787 ro-
tall liquor dealers' stamps , 2-1 brewers'
permits and 17 wholesale liquor deal-
The number of retail liquor dealers1
stomps Issued from May 1 , 1882 , to
February 0 , 1883 , la 2,805 wholesale
dealers' stamps 23 , and 'browero1 13
It will bo seen by'thls'stMomant that ,
although there was a falling off In the
first year after prohibition ; yet the
second bids fair to entirely outstrip
the year previous to prohibition in the
number of stamps issued ,
There cannot bo much doubt but
that the trno way to enforce temper
ance by law lies more in the direction
if high licenses and strict supervision
than in any attempt at suppression i
altogether , This has boon the expe
rience everywhere In striving to con
trol Intemperance. Granting only to i
men of undoubted character , make
them pay a license that will shut out
the low groggerias that do the mis
chief , put them under strict super
vision , and enforce the law absolutely ,
The finest mayonalso dressing for
all kinds of salads , cold meats , raw to
matoes , pickled salmon , cabbage , etc. ,
Is DuiiKKE's SALAD DRESSING. Bettor
and more economical than homo-made.
If yon are sick Hop Bitters will
surely aid Nature io making you well
when all else fails.
If yon are costive or dyspeptic , or
are suflnrlng from any of the numer
ous diseases of the stomach or bowels ,
It Is your own fault If yon remain 111 ,
for Hop Bittern are a sovereign
remedy In all such complaints.
If yon are wasting away ) with any
Form. of Kidney disease , atop tempting
Death this moment , and turn for a
cure to Hop Bitters.
If yon are sick with that terrible
sickness Nervousness , you will find a
"Balm in Giload" in the nso of Hop
If yon are a frequenter or a resi
dent of a miasmatic district , barricade
your system against the scourge of all
countries malaria , epidemic , bilious
and Intermittent fovera by the uao
of Hop Bitters.
If yon have rough , pimple or sal
low skin , bad breath , pains and ached ,
and feel miserable generally , Hop
Bitters will give you fair skin , rich
blood , and sweetest breath , health and
In short they cure all diseases of
the stomch , Bowels , Blood , Liver ,
Nerves , Kidneys , Bright's Disease.
$50o will bo paid for a case they wil
not cure or help.
That poor , bedridden , Invalid wife ,
later mother , or daughter , can be
made the picture of health , by a few
bottles of Hop Bittera , coating but n
trifle. Will you 'lot them suffer ?
Milwaukee ft St. Paul
Is now running Ita FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
Pullman's Mapiflcenfc Sleepers
Finest Dining Oara in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
'CHICAGO * MU.-
Or to fuiv point beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS'
Take the BEST ROUTE , the
Chicago , Milwaukee&SkPaulR'y
Ticket office located at corner Farnam and
Fourteenth streets and at U. P. Depot and ftl
Millard Hotel , Omaha.
tSTBco Time Table In , another column.
F. A. NASII , General Aeent.
O. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
S. B. MERRILL , A. V. H. CARPENTER ,
General Manager. General Pass. Agent.
J. T. CLARK. GEO. H. UEAFFORD ,
General Sup't. Asa't Gen. Para. Agent
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEW YORKBOSTON ,
And til Polutt E it andSouth-Eatt
TUB LINE COMPRISES
Hearljr 4,000 miles. Solid Smooth Steel Track
U connections are made In UNION DEPOTS
baa a National Repntatlon as being tht
re t Through Oar Una , and la universal ! ]
needed to be the FINE8T EQUIPPED Rail-
ad In the world ( or all classM ol travel.
Try It and you will QnJ traveling a laxnrj
Instead ol a discomfort.
through Ticket ) via rhn Celebrated Line
u e at all offices In the Weat.
All Information about Kites o Fare , Bleeplt.
Car AcocinmoJatlong , Ttmo Tables , Ac. , will l > /
cheerfully plvcn by applylnln ; to
3d Vlce-PrtVt & Oen. Uin ucrChk ro.
PEnOIVAL LOWELL ,
Oen. Passon/rer Act. Chlciro ,
W. J. DAVeNPOUT ,
( lea. Affent , Conncll Blntfg.
II. P. DUELL , Ticket | AZ . QTO *
L EVERIHGHAM & CO. ,
. Chicago and Milwaukee. , , /
Comljnmenta ofOialn. SecJianj Trovliloni.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate Glass.
' Itr Anyone contemplating building store , b nk , or any other flns . wlllflndlttctho.
mtago to corrci end with us befou purchasing their Plate Olana.
C. F ,
OMAHA NEB. V
STEELE , . ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , andj
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIBAES MD lilUFACTDEED TOBACCO ;
Ipnts for BSNWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO.
Fire and Burglar Proa
1020 Farnharn Street ,
JOBBER OF , .
118 FARNAM ST.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKB IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , UK3E , CEMEN
3ETi A KJ'iltl'JilLLJLE ' ' XT97C3.
MT8XATI AQKNf JOB UbWAUKKB CEUXHT OOUPAtm
Near Union Pacific Depot. - OMAHA NB
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES ,
Window Caps , Fimals , Skylights , &c. i , ,
416 THIRTEENTH STREET , . OMAHA , NEB.
Single Breechs Loading Shot Guns , from $5 to 818.
Double Breech'Loading Shot Guns , from $18 to $75 ,
Muzzle Loading Shot Guns , Prom SB to $25B
Fishing Tackel , Base Balls and all kinds of Fancy Goods ,
Full Stock of Show Oases Always on hand ,
Imported and Key West Gigars a large line of
Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re
quired in a first-class Cigar , Tobacco and. Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per L.QOO upwards Send
for Price List and Samples
Wade , The Confectioner ,
Buy your Candies' ' at Wade's. All Goods perfectly pure.
Largest assortment in town.
FINEST F ENOHFRUITGLAOES , FINE 'CIGARS ,
Or by Mail Solicited , Opera House Block. 15th St. , ,
BUGGY AHD SPRING-WAGON EMUFACTER
HORSE HOEING GENERAL BLACKSMITHINQ
316 FlftoonthBtroot , between Uarnoy and Farnam.
THE D. D. MALLORY & GO'S
BRAND ! DIAMOND BRAND
D , B. BEEMER , General Western Agent , Omah
Powered by Open ONI