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THE J > ATLY B.3-OM.APA THURSDAY APRIL 5
A. combination of IVo.
toj-lil Iron , '
Jin rktiiull 'ho.t ] > honu i n
a iMilatabl * form , I'm
JleblllttXo < of Anpr-
Me , 1'rwitratlon of t'itai
1'owcrt it it imlltpenta
JiEV.A.I. KO13B3 Writes- :
. . _ After n , thorough trial of the . . . .
XBON TONIO , I toke pleasure says :
la statin ? that I have been , ' 'I consider It
KreoU , Xonolltod by its ILQDD n most excellent remedy foi
pse. Ministers nnd Pub the debilitated vital forces.
lic Speakers will find it
of the greatest value
where n Tonio is neces
sary. I rpoommond it
aa a reliable rarnodial
apent , possessing un
doubted nutrltivo nnd
restorative x Levlmllt , Ay properties. , CM. 2 , 1882 T 11
nirABEDBTIEB PR" HARTER MEDICINE CO. , 813H. Him ST. , ST. LOP1X
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HAS THB UEST STOOK IN OMAHA AND MAKES THE LOWEST PRIDES
Have now been finished in our store , mar-
ing it the largest and most complete
FUfiN ITU RE HOUSE
In the West An additional story has been
built and the five floors all connected
One Exclusively for the uoa of Passengers , Thflso immense warerooms -
rooms three stores , are 66 leet wide are filled with the Grand
est display of all kinds of dousehold and Office Furniture ovei
All are invited to call , take the Elevator on the first floor
and go through the building and inspect the stock.
OHAS. SHIVERIOK ,
1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Om ha ,
The Oldest Wholesale and THE LEADING
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE MUSIC HOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can hero IN TBB WEST I
ted all novelties in SILVER General , Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos
VER WARE. OLOCSS
Rich and Stylish Jewelry , Our prices are as Low as
the Latest , Most Artistic , any MeiteriManufacturer
and Daler ,
and Choicest Selections in
and Organs sold
PRECIOUS STONES and for cash or installment ; at
Bottom Pr c s.
all descriptions of FINE
A SPLENDID stcck of
WATCHES at as Low Prices
Steinwiy , Chickarinef ,
ces as is compatible with Knaba , VOFO & Soa's Pi
honorable dealers. Call anos , and nts r mabes.
and see our E Levant Hew Also Clough & War'en
Store , Tower Building , Sterling Imperial Smith
corner llth and Farnham American Organs , &c. Do
not fail 10 see us before
MAX MEYER & BRO. ,
_ A Large Stock always on Hand _
WILLIAM SNYDER ,
CARRIAGES BU&GIE8 ,
First-Olass PaintiDg and Trimming , Repairing Promptly Done ,
1319 iTrvrnoy , Oor. 14th , Omahfi
Frederic , Monroe Oo. , Iowa ,
0. E. MA.YNE , - . Proprietor.
Has constantly on hand a large number
of Hones ,
$ Matched Teams & Single Drivers
Pcicilptlon of Horsea and other Inform * ,
thn i nt l > mall on npllc\'lon.
On Long Time Small Payments
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES ,
A , HOSPE. JR. , 1519 Dodge , Omaha ,
KESLY'S LA.TE3T ENGINE.
A Monetor Combination of Tubes
Musical I'OKP , QloboB nnii Hl lndles
A knock upon the back door of a
little brick building ou Twentieth
street , above Master , yoatorday ,
brought nn old-dntkonod machinist ,
In hid working clothes , faoo to face
with n Times reporter. The workman
bowed pleasantly , and in reply to a
"Mr. Kouly ia not iti tovrn , bat you
ranv BOO the ougluo , if yon will ootno
The reporter stopped Into a room ,
the gloom of which deepened almost
Into dnrkucen when the do r closed
behind him. Iloro Kooly , the mya
toriouH "motor" man , has boon for
months engaged upon the construction
of a mighty engine which ho believes
will onublo him to demonstrate to n
sceptical world how an ocean steam
ship or a train of oars can bo driven by
n steel bottle cf nameless "vapor. "
Tburo were no windows in the room
and the light of day struggled f jobly
for entrance down a narrow winding
etnlrway , whloh led up from n further
corner. It was a moment or two be
fore the visitor , with the aid of a
burning gas-jot , could aeo distinctly.
A table , running the length of the
apartment , waa laden with all Brls of
machinist * ' tools. On the opposite
side a small stoain engine was ar
ranged to run a latho. Tno idea at
once suggested Itself that ono of Mr.
Koely's small machines , which work
perfectly , aa ho alleges , ought to have
been used. The heavy raf tera of the
celling were hung with oil sorts of
queer and nnty looking designs in iron
and brans. Hosting upon a broad , iron
bed , In the centre of the little room ,
was an object shaped somewhat liku a
gigantic iron egg , out through near the
point and exposing the interior. The
detached part lay up against the
wall. "There , " said the work
man proudly , "ia the engine. "
Inside the immense iron shell there
were ten heavy iron tubes arranged
in the form of a circle and fastened
at ono end into an iron dlak , and at
the other into a so-called pin plato , a
heavy iron ring containing three hun
dred stool pins , ranging from ono and
a half tc four inches in length. Flvo
of thoao tubes were palntod black , and
were said to bo vacuum or negative ,
and the remainder , which were white ,
were called pressure or positive tubes.
A heavy , iron drum fits Into this nest
of tubes. The various parts are joined
together with stool oyllnodrs aud are
supported upon ponderous standards
by the same means. The en
gine with Its appurtenances will
weigh when completed neatly
thirteen tons. It will exert , whou
at its best , Mr. Kooly is quite sure , a
force of flvo hundred horao poorer. I *
will bo furnished with a bolt 44 inches
In width , and it Is stated as uu amaz
ing fact that when at work the whole
enginn will revolve. Ithaanotturnod
yet. It has , in fact , not boeu all put
together yet. Mr. Kooly says , how
ever , that ho has uuocoosfnlly operated
a small onglno , after which this one
has bean faflhlonod. The reporter
waa given a glimpse of the little en
gine through a peep hole in the door
of Mr , Keely's private work room. It
was not operated , but the reporter
was assured that It had boon aunt spin
ning round by a whiff from a noda
water tank filled with vapor.
The myacerlons generator which has
been the subject of n good deal of
comment , is sot up in a second-story
back room of Mr. Kooly'a building.
As soon as the big engine shall have
boon completed connection with the
generator will bo established by cop
per tubing. It is declared by those
in the motor company that everything
will bo completed in a few months.
Mr. Keoly , it is eald , spends his
evenings drawing up the papers neces
sary in making application for letters
patent. He has already filled nearly
eight hundred foolccip pages. opu-
lar expressions have been substituted
for the technical terms which made
his previous eiForts in this direction
the subject of a good deal of ridicule.
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , \
May 15 , 1880. J
GENTLEMEN Having been a suffer
er for a long tlmo from nervous pros
tration and general debility , I was
advised to try Hop Bitters. I have
taken one bottle , and I have been
rapidly getting bettor over since , and
I think it the best mediclno I over
nsed. I am now gaining strength and
appotlto , which was all gone , and I
was in despair nntil I tried your Bit
ters. I am now well , able to go about
and do my own work. Before taking
It , I was completely prostratnd
MRS. MARY STUART.
How the Darkeys | Worked.
After the war , nhen the number of
servants at Oakonwold was divided by
four or five , two negro girls , 18 or 20.
went to the nearest village to "to hlro
out. " The lady to whom they applied
could hardly tell the stoiy without
laughing : I asked if they oould-cook ,
"No'm , wo ain't never been * cook
none : Phil allui cook. " "Can you
wash ? " "No'm , wo ain't boon wash
nonp , neither : Aunt Sally she wash. "
"Can you clean house , then ? " "No'm
least wo alnt never been clean none. "
"And BO , " said Mrs. Nwh , "I went
through the whole list of qualifications
receiving always the same negative an
swer. " "Well , what in heaven's name
have yon been accustomed to do , " I
said at last. Luclnda'a dusky face
brightened. "Snky , hero , she hunt
for master's specs , and I keep flies oil
Decline or Man.
Nervous Weakness , Dyspepsia , Impotence
potonco , Sexual Debility , cured by
' 'Walls' Health Tlonownr. " $1.
A Wild Woman.
Some months ago , in ono of the
swamps between the mountains ol
Western North Carolina , great excite
ment was caused by the discovery of a
woman seen sometimes clothed In skins
roughly fastened together with withes
of llvo oak. All attempts to catch her
wore futile , as she was very fleet ol
foot and escaped into the uwamp.
After she had been pursued for a
month she suddenly disappeared and
it was supposed she had been drowned
in one of the stagnant pools of th <
swamp. On Tuesday last , while some
farmers wore hnntfng in the swamps
near herej one of their number who
strayed away from hia companion * ,
was startled by hearing a quick cry
and seeing a tall woman run off
swiftly through the undorarotrth. Ho
reported the tact , and slnco then par-
tlcu IIAVO been out every dny attempt
ing to capture her. The description
given of her Indicates that eho is the
wild woman of North Carolina. She
has boon soon by many huntsmen ,
who describe her as being very tall ,
lithe nnd muscular. Her hnlr , which
Is long and matted , falls below her
waist and Is coal black. It has been
ascertained that her haunts are be
tween Ulonloj's and Young's btldgnt ,
a largo portion cf whloh is almost im
Saturday morning she was surrounded -
od by Joseph Artogal , WilllaniSlzorand
Caleb Tunis , three well-known hunts
men. As the former attempted to
seize her she toro up n small sapling
and so fiercely assailed and wounded
the men that they were forced to ro.
treat. Other attempts will bo made
to capture her.
Money for the Unmnrrlod-
Quo of the most solid ntul substtltlnl
Institutions In tliU country N the Jlnr.
rlnRo Funil nnd Mutual Trust Association ,
of Cedar Knplde , IUWA. They nre or nn-
Ized umler the Inwa of IOWA , ntul heir of *
ficors ami directors nro nmont ; the leiullug
nnd niobt prominent business men o Codnr
KnultU. Every unmntrlod person should
bave n cortlficnto in this nsaortntlou ,
It Is n splendid Investment , IM enfo na
s'ovorumont bond. You can just ng well
Imvo n Kood gum of money to commence
married life on ns not. A largo number ol
members hnvo been paid oil , receiving over
300 per cent on their Investment , Write
for circulars fully d etui ling the plan , which
is the ( meet known. Do not ivostpouo It ,
Good ngcDtn wanted. Mention where you
aaw thla notion. f5-3m ,
A Barbor'd Bonanza.
Kansas City Timos.
\n illustration of how easily for
tunes nro sometimes made in the west ,
occurred at the Union depot yester
day evening just as the Santa Fo train
pulled in. A colored man jumped oil
the platform of the smoker , and Sher
iff John 0. Hope , who chanced to bo
standing uoar by , rooognlzod him ns
Jim Ferguson , nu old-fashioned dar
key on the Missouri Pacific narrow
"Hollo , Jim ! " cried the sheriff ,
who had thought Ferguson dead , not
having coon htm for sovfral years.
"How d'ye , Mars John ? How do
you come on ? ' replied the colored
"Whoro have you boon , Jim ? "
"Out'n New Mexico. "
"What doing ? "
"Spoonlatln1 In mines and rnnuin * a
barber shop " .
"Making any money ? "
This was the question that the
proud descendant of Ham wao watt
"Little bit. " said ho , pulling out a
liandful of $20 gold piucts and exhib
iting them1 with evident self-satisfac
tion. At the same time Ferguson
wont down into ono of hia Inside coat
pockets and brought out a well filled
book. Ho opened It and displayed
drafts on Now York amounting to
811,000. " 1'flo done pretty well out
there , Mars John , " suld Ferguson ,
broaklog out into a big laugh , "and
I'BO gwino dcwn to Independence to
see the folks. Then I'll go back to
Now Mexico tn eco 'bout my prop
Xhn Dnotur's Endurxnmnnt-
Dr. W. 1) . Wright , Cincinnati , O ,
sends the subjoined profoatlonnl undone
mont : "I hnve pro-crllied UK. WM.
HALL'S BALSAM FOUTIIK LTJN'Gd
in n great uuuibeJ < f nnea nnd always
with success. Oae c < uo in particular wns
given up by several iihynlcUuB who had
been called in for constitution with my-
to'.f. ' The patient hid nil the symptoms
of confirmed consumption cold night
sweats , hectic fever , barnsnlng cough , etc.
Ho commenced Immediately to get bettor
nnd waa soon restored to hfa usual health.
I nlan found DK. WM. HALL'S BAL.
SAII FOU THE LUNGS the moat vnlu-
able expectorant for breaking up distressing -
ing coughs nnd colds that I have over
She Did Not Liho William's Gait.
From the Detroit Frog I'reaa.
"I back from '
am again Jaspot'a
stormy shore , " oald Bill Grant , as ho
laid his quilt from off hia broad should
ers , "and it is my opinion that in
sound judgment and right down ,
sharp sense , woman is far superior to
the monarch man. "
"Why so ? " wo inquired ,
"Well , yon see , in the past twenty
years I have made more brick and
been refused by more women than
any ten men In Georgia. I thought 1
had the thing dead at Newton factory
nntil last night , when I asked a well
to-do widow if she could warm over a
few of her burled affections and mnku
room enough In her heart for a second
husband. She said she would never
marry another man unless she liked
thn way he walked.
"William , " aho sweetly said , "the
moon is up , the night ts clear ; now ,
come out and got In the mlddbof UIH
road and stop toward town , and if
admlro the style of your gait I will
oall you back and marry you , promis
ing to cook for your brick yard crowd
all the days of my lifo Remember ,
if you stop and look back before I call
you , yon are never to darken my door
"Thinking I had a soft thing of it ,
I went out into the road , throw my
head back , placed my arms 'a-kimbo , '
and promenaded up the road. I con
tinued to walk , thinking surely aho
would call mo back. Well , you see 1
am her ? , and It's twelve miles from
where I entered the road to walk for a
wife. Why do you suppose she falloa
to call me back ? "
"Oju'dn'tseo your style , " said wo.
"Hanged ff Judge Bsnka didn't nay
the same thing when I told him about
It jutt at day , and my opinion is aho
didn't Intend to call mo back from the
beginning.ou BOO that walk the
little widow put on mo convinced mo
of the superiority of her sex over my
Hunford'i Acid Phosphate
ie a preparation of the phosphates o
lime , magnesia , potash and Iron IL
such form as to bo readily assimilatoc
by the system. Descriptive phample
sent free. Ilnmford Chemical Works
I'rovldoncn. R I.
Studying tha Tlme-Tabln.
From the Brooklyn Kagle.
"My dear , " said Mr. Spoopendyke
running his thumb down the list o :
towns on the time-table and glaring
helplessly at the columns of figures ,
"my dear , the man must have given
mo the wrong business. Wo can
never got anywhere with this. "
"Let'e see , " murmured Mr . Spoop
ondyke , laylng.hor hand on his arm
and drawing the time-table toward her
"There's Boston Lv. and Albany Ar.
2:30 : to 2MO. Thai's plain enough. "
"It Is , is It ? " snorted Mr. Spoopon-
iyko , abandoning the table and bond *
ng his eyes on his wifo. "Think
hat's plain enough , do ye ? Show mo
low you make it. If you've got this
thing by the tall , wlgglo it once ferny
ny Information , "
"Why , " fluttered Mrs. Spoopon-
dyke , "you just add 'em together ,
Ought's ' ought , four and throe's seven ;
eight and two's ton , put dewn the
ought and carry "
"Oirry swill to the hogs1 ! ' roared
Spoopondyko , bracing himself in his
seat aud surveying hia wlfo with mar-
cod disapprobation.That's about
aa much us you know anyway. Wftat's
iioston got to do with it ? What In-
, orost has Lv. nnd Ar. got lu this
, hlng ? Qot some kind of a notion
.hat they own the road , haven't ye ?
P'raps ye think one's a tunnel and the
other's a bridge. Well they ain't , and
they're not half-baked females who
don't know n tlmo table from a dog
.aw. Now , yon lot mo figure this
: hlug if you don't wan't to spend
: ho balance of your precious life on
; ho road "
' Carlalnly dear , " cooed Mrs.
Spoopen'dyko , nestling op to her hus-
aaud and glancing around the car to
see if ho had been overheard. "You
can make it out If anybody can , "
"Now , wo started from Now York
at 10:30 : n. m. " continued Mr. Spoop-
cndyke , "and wo got to Buffalo at
12:15 : a. in. Then , according to this ,
wo leave Buffalo at 12:35 : nud 12-iO :
'or Chicago. What I want to know Is ,
why wo leave Buffalo twloa ? '
' I suppose it's to make snro of get-
, lng away from there , " suggested Mrs.
Spoopundykc , fastening her thumb
and forcfingoron the marglnoflho time
able with n death grip "M tybo the
engine loaves at 12:35 : and the last oar
at 12:40 : , " she added , ns the now ex
planation occurred to her. "Anyhow ,
t is bettor to got away from there
twice than stay there altogether , don't
you think so dear ? " nnd aho looked op
it him confidingly.
' 'S'poso anybody along the line of
.his . road knows what you are driving
at I" snarled Spoopondyko , hauling at
its end of the time tablo. "Lot go ,
will yi ? Engine loaves nt 12:35 : ! Lut
car loaves nt 12:40 : ! That's the Ideal
[ t took you to hit 11 ! When I got
imo to fix yon up with a cowcatcher
and a schedule of out rates , I'm going
, o start an opposition road fllth yon !
Now let this thing alone , I tell yol"
"There it Is ! " exclaimed Mrs.
Dpoopondyko , flushing with another
discovery. "I've got it now ! Of
course we've got to leave Buffalo twioo
.0 . got to Chicago twice ! " nnd Mrs.
Spoopondyko settled herself back and
regarded the table with much com-
) ! nccnoj.
"Oh , jun'vo got it , " roared Hpaop-
ondyko. "Thut explains it ! This
railroad ia twins ! Loaves every where
itvlco and gets everywhere twice !
Nobody would have over found It out
but yon ! All you wunt now is n misplaced -
placed switch nnd a coroner's inquest
to boa through trunk line ! Can't you
see thttt it's two cliffireut trains that
trot In there nt 7:40 : ? S'paae they only
run ono train nn thla drd gaatod road ?
Gut a notion that the train goes both
wnyn nt the nmo time ? I know nil
about getting thcro as well aa you do ,
but what I want to understand is hovr
HIH ! train leave * Baffilo twice. Got it
no w ? Think you've fathomed my design -
sign on ibin tlmo table ? "
"Piirmips t'ro ' nro two different
lrlns ou1. t > f B.tr Jo ? " hasirdod Mrs.
Mr. Spoopondyko deliberately toro
thu tlmu table into a thousand pieces ,
dropped them carefully under the
seat , burled his hands in his pockets ,
and gazed out of the window.
"I don't care , " soliloquized Mrs.
Spoopondyko. "There can't two
trains arrive anywhere without leav
ing some place , and , anyway , I sup
pose we'd got to Chicago just as well
[ f wo didn't understand about this
Buffalo affair. "
With whloh consoling reflection ,
Mrs. Spoopondyko settled herself fn
her Boat and gave herself up to con
sidering how that girl on the other
side of the aisle would act if she know
how much her laughing and loud talk
ing with her escort offended the more
virtuous minded os her sex.
Mr. P. "WTFisk , money clerk ottho
American Express oflico , Kansas City ,
Mo. , states that ho has boon using St.
Jacobs Oil for a long time for sprains ,
bruises , etc , nnd has always found
MILLIONS IN SAND.
The Hon. John O. Coluoun's Qrand-
eon Flnda a Fortune In Mary
Kow York Sun.
A buahy-halrod , grlrzly-boardod in
vcutor stood over a machine run with
a leather bolt in a dingy loft at 92
Washington street yesterday after
noon. Ho was Mr. B. R. Krom. Ho
called hl machine a "dry concentra
tor. " It resembled a small up-right
pianoforte. Mr. Krotn was lading
Maryland Band into its hopper. The
sand ran from the hopper over a sun
ken finger board , and was agitated by
puffs of air until it resembled n mlnla-
chop sea. The puffi of air came up
through the finger board , whloh was
given a alight jarring motion. There
were six hundred puffs to the
mlnuto. The light sand was shaken
from the finger board and the heavy
sand dropped into a fan like whnat
pouring from a fanning mill. The
heavy sand was of a Bright metallic
color , and looked like grains of galena.
"This , " eald Mr. Krora , sifting it
through his fingers , "Is ohromo ore.
It came from an eutato owned by Pat
rick Otilhoun , a grandson of John C.
Cilhoun , on the Western Maryland
railroad , fourteen miles from Baltl-
more. It Is worth $25 a ton , Oil
houn owns 220 acres , containing mil
lions of tons of this sand. It yields
a minimum of 10 per cent of the
chrome ore , and , by the uao of this
machine , he cm deliver the ere In
Baltimore for ? fi a ton. " A chorals !
who waH present said that chromate ol
potash is obtained from this ere by
fusing thu cro with potash. It is
used for colorings and dyes It gives
the permanent green and yellow col
ors soon in illuminated posters and in
bank notes , It is lu great demand In
calico , woolen and carpet tnann
factories. Over 11,000,000 pounds worn
Imported last year at a duty of 3j
cants per pound. The ere la onli
found in Turkey , Russia , Siberia , Oaf r
Ifornla and Maryland. Large quantl
ties of It are used by the manufaotur
era of Iron and steel. It harden *
hoao metals and gives them great ton-
llo powers. Ohromo stool han boon
rooly used in the construction of the
Brooklyn bridge. The manager of the
Jrooklyn Stool Worka says that
ihromo steel is worth 3 cents n pound
nero than nny other stool , llo says
hat it must come into general uso.
? ho trouble with manufacturers in the
uturo will bo to find It tn deposits
argo enough to fill the demand , aa it
a n very scarce mineral. Within
hroo years ho thinks that the demand
will bo greater than the supply. A
ompany has boon formed in this city
o ntlllzo the deposits on Mr. Gal-
Did She DloT
"No ; HIO llngorod and suffered
lone , pining away nil the titno for
oars , the doctors doing her no Rood ;
n d at last was on rod by this Hop Ilt *
ors the papers say so mnoh about ,
ndcodl Indeed ! how thankful wo
hould bo for that modlclnn. "
IT WAS ONLY THE PIANO.
How n Locoruotlvo Engineer Do-
scrlboa a Now Orleans doncort.
'rom ' the St. l.iuli l'ost-l > isutch | ,
" [ was loating around the streets
nst night , " said Jim Nelson , ono of
ho oldest locomotive engineers run-
ilng into Now Orleans , "and ns I had
lothtng to do I dropped Into a con-
ort nnd hoard n sllok-lookltig French-
nan play on n plnuo In n way that
undo tno fcol nil over lit epots. As
> eon as ho sat down on the stool I
enow by the way ho handled hlaisolf
hat ho understood the machine ho
was running. Ho tapped the keys
away up ono and , just as if they were
gauges and ho wanted to too if ho had
rater enough. Tnen ho looked up ,
f ho wanted to know how much stoain
10 was carrying , and the uoxt moment
10 pulled opou the throttle nnd sailed
tut on the main line na if ho was half
, n hour Into.
You could hoar her thunder over
nlvorts and bridges , and getting fas-
or and faster , until the follow rocked
.bout . in his Boat llko a oradlo. Some-
low I thought It was old ' 30' pulling a
monger train , and getting out of the
ray of a 'special. ' The follow worked
ho keys on the middle division llko
[ ghtntng , and then ho flow along the
lorth and of the line until tbo driven
wont around llko a buzz-saw , and T
ot oxoltod. About the time I was
ilng to toll him to atop her off a
Ittlo , ho klokod the dainpora under
ho machine wldo open , pulled the
hrottlo away book In the tender , and ,
ornsalom , jumpers ! how ho did run.
couldn't ' stand It any longer , and
oiled to him that she was 'pounding'
> n the loft side , nnd If ho wasn't caro-
nl he'd drop his ash-pan.
"But ho didn't hoar. No ono hoard
mo. Everything was flying and whiz *
zing. Telegraph poles on the side of
ho track looked llko n row of corn
stalks , the trees appeared to bo n mud
> ank , and all the tlmo the exhaust of
ho old machine sounded like the hum
of a burablo bee. I trlod to yell out ,
) ut my tongue wouldn't movo. Ho
wont around curves like a bullet , slip-
od an eccentric , blow out his soft plug
md wont down grades fifty foot to the
mile , nnd not a confounded brake
sot. She wont by the mooting point
i mlle and a half a minute , and oall
ng for more stonm. I know the game
woo up. "
"Suro enough , dead ahead of us
was the headlight of the special. In
a dnzo I heard the crash as they struck
nnd I aaw cars shivered into atoms ,
> ooplo mashed and mangled and bleed
itig , and gasping for water. I heard
another crash as the French professor
strnok the deep keys away down on
the lower oad of the southern division
and then I came to my senses. There
lie was at a dead stand-still , with the
door of the fire-box of the machine
open , wlplog the perspiration off his
'e and bowlug at the people before
dim. If I llvo to bo a thousand years
old , I'll never forget the rldo that
Frenchman gave mo on a piano. "
cr are the Pureat and Deat Dpolttera
They are componndod from Hops ,
Malt , Buohn , Mandrake and Dandelion
lion , the oldest , best , and most vain
able medicines in the world and con
tain all the best and moot curative
properties of all other remedies , boinf
the croatoat Blood Purifier , Liver
Regulator and Lifo and Health Res
oring Agent on earth. No disease or
ill-health can possibly long exist where
those Bitters are used , so varied anc
perfect are tholr operations.
They glvo now life and vigor to th
aged and infirm. To all whoso employments
ploymonts cause Irregularities of the
bowels or urinary organs , or who ro
qulro an Vpetlzor , Tonic and mile
btitnulanr , Hop Bitters are invaluable
being highly curative , tonic and stlm
nlating , without intoxicating ,
No matter what your feelings or
symptomR are , what the disease or ail
inont is , use Hop Bitters , Don' , wall
until yon are sick , but if yon enl ;
fool bad or miserable , use Hop Bitter
at once. It tray save your lifo. Hun
droda have boon saved by so doing
950 will be paid for a case they wil
not euro or help.
Do not suffer or let your frlonda snf
for , but use and urge them to use Hop
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vile
drugged , drunken nostrum , but thi
Purest and Best Medicine over made
the "Invalid's Frlond and Hope , " anc
no person or family should bo wlthou
them Try the Bitters to-day.
MAVERICK NATIONAL BANK
Cor , Water and Congreii Streeta ,
CAPITAL , - - 8100.000
SURPLUS , - - 800,001)
Transacts ; * general Banking business. Re
celvei the accounts of Banks , Hankers an
Foreign Kxchange on
makes-Oable Transfers in Europe and To.
curaplilo Transfers of Money throughou
the United States. Buys nnd sells Gov
eminent and other Investment Securities ,
and executes any basinets for Its Corre
spondents In the line of Banking.
ABA P. POTTER , Preilden' .
J. J. EDDY , Oathler.
J.W.WOnK , Aat'tOaahler.
Omaha national Bank Building ,
HOUSES AND LOIS ,
No. Iff Full ot nail now house , Kftoomt , two
below and ono uptatn. . Right foot colling below
and to\onal > ovo. Brick foundation , collar , etc.
A harpaln , ( COO.
No. 18 LIUKO two story homo , 10 rooms , two
largo collars , good well and cistern , barn , etc. , on
Wtbator and -Ji'd street , M.OOO.
No 17 I/ot 50x185 feet , now house ot two
roomn lirlck foundation 100 barrel cistern ; on
Hamilton street near Poor GlareComent ) ' P.
No. 10 House aud lot on 17th near Ola k St.
homo fi roonn eta. $1200. .
No. IB House of 3 rooms nil lo on Fierce St
near JOth $1600
No. 21' New housoof 7 ro corner lot ,
half mlle west of Turntable troet can on
Han dors St. JloOO.
No. B House of eight Darn etc. tot
No. 263-Two full loU on 10th Street near Ik
No. 351 Twenty flve lots In Parkers addition
just north of the end of red street car line (400
each easy terras.
No.320 Four lota on Delaware St. near liana-
corn paik , 1060.
No. 831 Ono half lot on South avenue , near
8t. Mary's avenue , I5M.
No. 340 Eighteen (18) ( ) lota on Slst , 22nd , 23rd
and Baunders street , near Draco , 8500 each , and
on cosy terms.
No , aiO Six beautiful residence lots on Cather
ine street , near lUnscom park. 14,600.
Twelve beautiful residence lots on Hamilton
street , near end of old streetcar track : high and
lUthtly , 8360 to 9700.
Several acre and half acre corner lota on Oam-
Irjfr , Curt and California streets , In Lowe's second
end addition and Park Place near Academy ol
Lota inProtpect Ploco" on Hamilton and
Charles street , jutt west of the end of Red Street
Cartiock and Convent of the Ulsters of Poor
Clare , one and one half mile f rom postofflce , and
ono mlle from ( I. P. shops , 8160 to $500 each ,
only 6 per cent down and D prr cent per month.
Lotsla Lcwo'a addition one-half mlleweit ot
end of Red Street Car track near Convent of
Poor Clare Sisters In Shlnn's addition , 1126 to
$300 each , and on very easy terms.
Lots In Horbach's 1st and 2nd addition ! ,
Shlnn's , I > rk Place , Lowe's 2nd addition. lUcan'i
Lake's , Nelson's , Itanscom Place , Rodlck'i ad
ditions , etc. , ete. *
Lots In "Credit Fonder addition" Just one-
quarter mlle south-east of Union Pacific and B.
and M. R. R. depots , $260 to $1,600 each , very easy
Three good business Iota on IodgeHnear12th ]
atreet , 2ixl20 feet each , $1,600 each , or $4,600 for
all , easy terms.
Two ( food builness lots on Farnam street , 83x
ee feet each , with frame buildings theron.rentlng
for about $600 per year each ; price 4,250 each.
41x132 feet on Faraam near lOthstreet , corner
Splendid Warehouse lot on Union P cflo ! right
of way. north of track and east of Nail Works
being 132 feet north f'onUso on Mason street ,
by about 100 feet west frontare on 18th at.
Farms a d wild lands In Douglas , Sarpy.
Dodge , Washington , Durt , Wayne , Btanton , and
other good counties In easternNebraskafor Bole.
Taxes paid , renU collected , anl money loaned
on Improved city and countryjipro erty at .loir
ratea of Interest.
BEMI8' NEWOITY | : MAP.tFOUR
FEETJWIDE AND SEVEN FEET
LONG , WITH EVERY ADDI
TION RECORDED OR CONTEM
PLATED UP TO DATE. "OFFI
CIAL MAP OF THE CITY. "
EACH , $5.00
GEO. P BF.MI3 ,
16th and DouglstSts
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