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OMAHA JDAIL BEE FRIDAY JU Y 1J , 1881.
We iruaranteo the euro of the follow Ing named dls
Oo.\see , or no ( > } ! Khouirmtlsra , Scrotum , Ulcers
CaUrrh , nil Wood nd klnill CMcs , Dvtpop laLlve
Complaint , Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Uout. Ken
algia and Asthma , Thosl Sprints are the favorlit
csort ol the tlrod and dcbllltaUd , and arc the
FEKlJt.K LADIRS BKST FIUEND ,
Oood hotel , livery and bathing occoinoxUtlon both
winter and summer. Loonllty highly picturesque
end healthy. Accessible by Wabash rallnay ,
fivnnaorC.B.fc Q. , at Albany. Correspondent
elicited , HKKV.M.M. THOMPSON.
Albany , Slloam Springs , Gentry Co. , Mo.
Rpeclflo Gravity . <
Jloactlon . > l0 tr ,
CarbonlflAoldOas . MI1 > ? ( !
, , ,
Carbonnto Cslclum . 85,921
Carbonate Iron . /.VS ; ;
Sulphate Magnesia . . . . . . . . .3,388
Sulphate Calcium . 1 > 1 * < >
Chloride Sodium SM "
ailllca . 1.JM "
Alumina . " "P1 ? ! ?
. . . . .
Organloand Volatile matter and loss. .1,468
07 " * "
alolldi per gallon . ;
OFFICE OVER ASIKUICAN EXPRESS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
fS > .S3 1'carl Street Council Muds , Iowa.
Justice ol the Peace.
Omaha and Council Blnlfr.
jieil estate collect1 aRency , Odd Fellows Block
oversavings Dank ,
TDOJ. OFPJCXtt ,
Ccnncll Bluffs Ift *
stabltshca - -
DoMera la Foreign and omcatlo Exchaneo n
As thcro are many
So-Oallod Veterinary Surgeons
in this city , who are practicing their quackery oh
our people , I doom It but justiioto lay that I defy
any of them to produce a diploma ; or credentials ,
ndicatliip ; that they arc giaduatcs of any v ctcrlnory
uatitutc , and I do hereby caution the publl J agalne '
such quacks , ai
I am tfie Only Known Gradual e
IN WESTEitN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , L25 B'dway ' ,
AT HbUE UAKN.
T. J. CADY , M. D. , V. S.
At the well-known Establishment
-1 P FBLRirB T
< Ul | tT u IP H En fCP Ca BV I | |
209 Upper Broaaway , the
Of Council Blufls. Notice our reduced Prlco List.
J S pounds Ex trn C Sugar for $1 00
ai pounds Granulated Suear 1 OX )
2fi pounds Choice Oatmeal 100
5 pounds Navy Itoxna 100
20 pounds Itot Bulk Starch 1 00
J2 pounds Carolina Hlco 1 00
12 pounds Choice frum s 1100
25 bare Buffalo Soup 1 00
Extra Lakol rout , per pound 09
i rrihard'd I'lui , ' per Ib 40
1 dozonMacUcicl 15
Colorado Flour , Winter , per cvvt 2 00
10 pounda Olutror Siiapa 1 00
iO pounds b mloy 1 00
ogallon keg Syrup 1 70
Wldto Fish , per Ml 80
Mackerel , tier kit 85
Dates , per pound 10
10 3 pound cans Standard Tomatoes 1 00
All kinds California Fruits
pound Lnsk'a Standard 4 for 1 00
All grades , according to quality , 15a to 80s per
Wo also curry a full line of Mcn'e , Ladles' and
Children's duo Shoos and Men' ' Fine Hoots at very
tow prlciM. AUo a full line 01 Tinvrue and general
nicrctiaudlso. Call on 113 and be coavlnced thai you
cun eav o money 1-y tlcalini ; with ua. Uooda delivered
free In any part of the city.
In u word , wo nro bound to Kelt and challenge all
audaola competition in tttU county.
J. 1' . FILIiEKT
209 u .eriDroadway
Hallway Time Table.
The following ; are the tlmea of the arrival anil do-
rarturo of trains by ooatral standard time , at the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten mln
ues earlier and arrive tun mlnntcn later.
CIIIOAOO , nuHLiNaro.s AND QUINOT.
6:36 : pni Chicago Express ] 8:00 : a in
9:40 : a ra Fast Mall. 7:00 : p n'
5:45 : a m l/Mall and Kxprcss , 7 ! ' J p m
1 :80 : p m Accommodation. 2.60 p m
"At local depot only.
KANSAS CIIT , BT. 10 * AND COUHCIL SLOTH ) .
10.09am Mall and Kxpresa , ] 7:05 : p m
S:05 : p m ' Pacific Express , 6:50 : p in
CmCAOO , MILWAUKKS AMD BT. FAUL.
6:25 : p m Express , 9:05 : a m
3:18 : a m Express , 0:66 : p m
CHICAGO , KOCK ISLAND AND rACIFIO.
6-SO p m Atluitio Express , 9:05 : a m
0:25 : a m Day Expresa , 0:54 : p m
7:3) : pm "DesMolnos Acoommodatlon,1 0:06 : p m
At local depot only , I
vVABASU , BT , LOUIS AMD rACIFlO.
3:56 : am Mail , 4:45 : p m
: DOpm Cannon Ball .11:16 : a in
onicAao and NORTUVISTERH ,
6:30 : p m Express , 0:60 : p m
9:26 : a m I'aciflo Express , 9:06 : a in
BIODX CITT AND PACinO.
7:40 : pm St. Paul Express , 8:60 : a m
1120am Day Expresa 8:50 : p m
3:00 : p m Western ExprcM , 8:35 : a m
11:00 : a m 1'aUflo Exprou , 4:40 : p in
7:40 : a m Loral Express , 0:64 : a m
12:10 : a in Lincoln Expresa , _
* At Tranifor only.
DCMMV TRAINS TO OMAHA.
Leave-7:20-8so-0:30-10SO-ll:40a. : ; : : ro. 1SO-S : :
3:304:306SOSOll:06 : : : : : p. ro Sunday-9:30-lllo : :
a m. l:30 : 3:30 : 5:30-0:30-llU5 : : : p. in. Arilve 10 mln
te before leaving time
THIS IlKLTor Uogcnra-e
tor U made expressly for
the cure of derangement *
V of the generative orirans ,
I Thfre l > no mistake about
Ibis Instrument , the con.
tinuous stream of ELEC-
Till 0 IT Y permeating
( through tlie part * mutt res
_ tore thcmtohHalthy action
Til I i Da not confound ttiUwith
JlH.I HectrlaUeltiiadvertised to
cure all alls from beKltooe , It Is for the ONE spec-
( Do purinsn. for clrculrs giving full Information ,
oddrttta Cheever Electric I ) lt Co. , 1B3 Washington
tit. , Chicago.
.OMAHA NATIONAL DANK
ADDITIONAL LOOAL NEWS.
PEESBYTERY POINTS ,
Its Meeting nt Mnlvcru nml the Ac-
The Presbytery of Council Bluffs ho'.i
ft Djiccinl mooting in the Presbyterian
church , at Malvorn , Tuesday nt 0 a. m.
Only a smnll portion of the membership
was present only fourteen of the thirty
five ministers on the roll of Presbytery ,
and two of the fifty odd churches wore
The roll of these present comprised
the following names : Reverends Charles
Morwin , Mnlvorn ; 11. 0. Rowley , Brooks ;
II. B. Dye , Sidney ; Alexander M. D < xr-
ley , Afton ; J. n. Malcolm , Clarinda ; R.
. MoKiuloy , Bedford ; W. B. Brown ,
Villisca ; George Ainsley , Rod Oak ; D.
W. Cassatt , Emerson. 11. E. Flickingor ,
Walnut ; R M. Coulter , Woodbine ; T.
A. Shaver , Randolph1. ; C. Smith , Shenandoah -
andoah ; Samuel L. McAfee , Malvern ;
and Elders W. A. Hunter , Malvorn and
Arthur McOlain , Emerson.
Among the items of business transact
ed was the consideration of n call from
the Woodbine church for the Jpastoral
services of Jlov. R. M. Coulter and the
arrangements for his installation.
Rov. Mr. Shaver was received from the
Prosbjtory of Southern Dakota.
Rev .R. A. McKinley was released
from the pastoral charge of the church
at Bedford and dismissed to the Presby
tery of Iluntington tonccopt a call from
the church of Cloarfield , Pa. , one of the
strong and prominent churches in that
Presbytery. Presbytery passed strong
resolutions of regret at the removal of
Bro. McKinley and gave him testimoni
als of high esteem in which ho is hold
among his brethren. His removal vacated
the oilices of stated clerk nnd treasurer in
the Preabytory , nnd llov. S. L. McAfee
wno chosen to fill these offices.
Rov. J. P. St. Clair , of the M. E.
church , was present a greater part ( of the
business session and eat as a correspond
ing member of the body.
The next regular mooting of the Pres
bytery will bo hold in Missouri Valley ,
Iowa , on the fourth Tuesday of Septum-
Shipments of Stock.
The following wcro the shipments at
the union stock yards yesterday :
W. S. Willcott four cars of cattle , 80
icad , to Chicago , via. Milwaukee.
Fuller & Miller , on car hogs , to Chicago
cage , via. Milwaukee.
M C. Hayes , two cars of cattlo. 80
head , to Rock Creek , via. U. P.
D. Anderson , ono car of hogs , 55 head
to Chicago , via. R. I.
James Mann , two cara of cattle , to
Valentino , Nob. , via. N. W.
H. H. Jackson , two cars of cattle , CO
lead , to Fort Collins , via. U. P.
Morse R. & Co. . ono car hogs , GO
load , to Chicago , via N. W.
Hnko Broa. , ono car hogs , 09 head ,
to Chicago , via Mil.
W. E. Smith , one car hogs , 70 head ,
; o Chicago , via Mil. i
B. E. Cai-r , ono car hogs , 0 ! ) head , to
Chicago , via Mil. , and ono car cattle ,
18 head , to Chicago , via Mil.
THE SEIZED LIQUOES.
They Furnish a Spree for the Prison
ers ii Jail ,
The bottles of liquor siezed by the
\Iacodonia \ ofiicera yesterday , and loft in
ho possession of the city marshal , wore
> laced in the street sell in the city jail to
await the termination of the cases now
lending. Someof the prisoners in the
city jail , who have the fro
run of the corridor leading by the stool
ail got a piece of wlro and attached it tea
a section of hose in such a way that they
mcecded in dragging the bottles to the
> ars of the cell , and thorn helped thorn-
selvoa to the contents. This provided a
'east ' for the thirsty ones , and they had
as froo-for-nll a drinking time as they
would have had if they were froo. When
ho attention of the olliccrs was attracted
; o the tapping of the liquors they found
ho prisoners sillyboozing about the corridor
rider , discussing the question , ' 'Does
prohibition prohibit ? "
An alarm of fire wns sounded at 10 : 'J
i. m. , caused by a fire in an unoccupied
ramo house corner of Sixth avenue and
Sixteenth otroot , of which Forrest Smith
s agent. There was quito a blaze which
was easily put out on the arrival of the
fire department. Damage about 81GO.
There is now on exhibition on Main
otroot , just south of Smith & Critton-
len's , under the nig tent , a. section of a
California rod wood tree measuring 10
'oot in diameter without the bark. The
; roe when growing was 300 foot high. It
; ook four of White's big double trucks to
mul the eoctlon up to the tent from the
GODSON OP A GUANO AKM Y POST.
Christening of the President's Nnmc-
Bnko. afwhlcb the Godfather
New York Herald.
Chester A. Arthur cried. ' Ho kicked
up his heels and yelled at the top of his
voice , with nil the vigor that ho ia
capable _ of. Ho was at the rooms of
Mottornich post , grand army of the re
public , No. 51 , Graham avenue , Wil-
liamsburg , yesterday afternoon , and
veterans belonging to the post were
present also. Chester A. Arthur was a
distinguished gucsj , and the company
had assembled expressly to do honor to
him , but , notwithstanding all this , ho
cried and acted in the most refractory
manner while the gentleman presiding
a minister of the gospel was delivering
an address , of which the distinguished
visitor was the subjont.
Chester A. Arthur was born just ono
month ago to-day , nnd is the brelvoth
son of Mr. William Petersen , a worthy
machinist residing with his good wife nnd
jiia family nt No. 014 Broadway , Will-
iamaburg. Mr. Peterson ia a young man
yet , but is a veteran of the great rebell
ion and n prominent member of Matter-
nich Post , ono of the model organizations
In the Grand Army. All of its 150 mom-
bora are Gorman-Americana , and it ia
the only peat in the country which con-
ducta all its procoodinga in the Gorman
langua o. Comrade Peterson and his
bright and buxom wife , having been
blessed with their twolvth living son , the
peat deemed the event ono of autliciont
importance to warrant an oflicial notice
The post , therefore assumed charge o ;
the christening of Master Peterson No.
12 , and this WAS the corompny Derformcc
yesterday , nt which the objectW so much
distinction yelled lustily.
A TKllttm : TO rilESIDEST .VnTHUll.
A few days ago Mr. Peterson eont a
letter to President Arthur , inviting Mr.
Arthur to bo present nt the christening.
No ronly having boon received from the
president , the christening wont on at the
time appointed yostordny , nnd , President
Arthur not having nppoarod as n godfather -
father , the entire post received the child
ns godfather through the following olll-
cors : Commander Charles Frederic ,
Senior Yico Commander Carston Tiodp-
man , Junior Vice Commander Phillip
Leippert , Adjutant William llortho ,
Quartermaster Henry Knopf , Chaplain
Frederick Weiss , Surgeon Daniel lick-
hardt , Ollicor ot the day John P. Soibol
and Oflicor of the Guard John Epor-
The Rov. John Moury , of the Hopkins
Street Gorman Pacsbytoriixu churchhim
self nn old soldier , conducted the christ
ening aervconftor ! which ho made n short
address commending the example of
Young Choltor A. ArthurPotorsonnnd
his proud nnd happy mamma received
many congratulations. The eleven other
little Petersons looking like a llight of
ataira the oldest only sixteen years old
were also present. Then everybody
nat down to n Gorman feast to drink the
baby's health , nnd to enjoy themselves as
only Germans know how.
A KA.H10 OIil ) CLOCK.
Once the Property ol' n Queen , But
Now in Detroit ,
Detroit Yroa Press.
"Como with mo fern short walk ; I'vo
; ot something to show you , " snidn well-
known citizen , who lives near thoSpring-
wells Junction , to n reporter for the Free
L'rcao , whom ho happened to moot'at the
corner of Michigan uvcmto and Vinowood
The invitation being accepted , the pair
walked south on Yinowood nvonuo to the
first corner south of the Presbyterian
church , and turning west stopped nt a
neat little cottnpo , the first house on the
right hand aido. In answer to a knock
at the aide door a tall , stalwart , nnd in
tellectual looking gentleman ushered the
visitors into his house , when the reporter
was introduced to Anton P. Elcstrom ,
and the chaperon remarked :
" Wo have como to take a look at
your clock. "
Mr. Ekstrom , who Is n young Swede ,
speaks English very correctly , and with-
il was very courteous and hospitable.
Remarking : "It is n family heirloom
which I value highly. " Mr. Ekatrom
exhibited a clock about seven feet high ,
ho frame being of antique pattern. The
works , which weraoponed to view , lire
made of bras * , and as far as could bo
udgod by a layman , show no ovidouco of
year. The dial is of silver with the
Igurps in black enamel , and above the
dial is a silver disk an which is enameled
; ho name of the maker as follows :
" Joachim Puskascz , Prague , Anne 1001. "
At each corner of the dial plate are brasp
scrolls which include in their design two
cupids supporting upon scoptora the
royal crown of Sweden. "What ia the
liatory of this rare antique1' ? naked the
reporter of Mr. Ekatrom.
"It was bought in the eighteenth con-
; ury by my great-great-grandfather nt a
public auction of sorao of the household
jffecU of Qaoen Christina , and it has
been in our family ever since. "
"Can you prove that1
"Yos , indeed , for I have the docu
ments which have boon preaorvod by my
ancestors , and which have been handed
down to mo. "
"How is it proven that the clock was
once the property of Queen Christina ? "
"Wo have regularly designated places
'or auctions In Sweden appointed by
.ho . government where accurate records
of all sales are kept. In Stockholm I
can find the certified records of.all auction
aalcs hold there during tho' past SCO
fears , and among them are the records
if the various auction salea of Queen
Christina's property. "
"Why was her property aold nt auc-
ion ? "
"Because she loft the Lutheran church
and became a Romanist. "
"At what do you value the clock ? "
"I was once offered § 500 dollars for it
> y the directors of the Stockholm
"Is it for sale ? " nsked the reporter ,
nn < ? as ho did so ho observed the fine
caturod , cultured looking young woman
rho had been introduced ns Mrs.
i I : strom ( hut who had said but little
jecauso of her lack of acquaintance with
ho English language ) turn her face to
.ho window as she raised a handkerchief
o her eyes. At the same time the
chaperon hudgod the inquirer and re
marked in u whisper : "Lot up on that , "
Ms. Ekstrom replied that hn might bo
> bligcd to sell the clock , but that ho
loped to bo able to Icoup it , after which
ho visitors made their farewell suluto and
vent away. Ouco in the atrcot the
chaperon said :
"There's ono of the saddest cases I
ivor saw. Mr. Ekatrom is n graduate of
ho Stockholm school of navigation , nnd
tis diploma from that institution shows
that ho graduated with honors , first in n
class of eleven out of an original class of
hirty-aix. Special merit-credits are
against his name in the branches of math
ematics , astronomy , geology , chemistry
md navigation. Ho also holds the 8wed-
ah papers issued in their regular order
as assistant engineer , first engineer ,
chief engineer , first in a to nd captain. "
$ "To sail on what wnters ? "
"On the Baltic Sea and the North Soa.
[ Jo also has first class papers aa chief en
gineer , issued by thn steamboat impoc-
ors in this city , and a license indued by
ox-Mayor Thompson and ox-Dollur In-
specter Wray. Ho laughed aa ho showed
ho papers to mo , saying as ho exhibited
lia .Swedish papers , 'It took mo seven
ream of study to got these , and I was
) bligod to learn how to build n steam on-
; ino aa the first atop. ' Then nho ring
n'a Detroit papers , ho added : 'Thoao I
; otin about half an hour after an exam-
nation which hardly had a beginning
"How doeu such a man cliunco to bo in
Detroit airandod , with a wife and three
"Ho was ono of a company of Imtni-
; ranta who were induced to como over
lero to nettle in Proaquo lalo county , by
ho representations of beautiful farm
ands and high paying pnoitiona. Kk-
atrom was presented with 8250 a menthe
, o take charge of a machine shop , a dry
lock and a line of steamers. Ho wn * to
30 the general superintendent. When
, hey got hero the promises vanished , and
thoaawho could vet back wont , Ek
atrom came hero.
"What has ho boon doing ? "
"Ho has been nt work for Frank Kir-
jy , who can toll you all about his abil
SEAL of North Carolina Tobacco la the
A Colored Clinplnin ,
The president has appointed Henry
Plummor , n colored man , chaplain of the
Ninth cavalry , ouo of the four regiments
in the service composed of colored men.
Mr. Phnnmor wns n field hand in Prince
George county , Md , , at the time of the
emancipation , and could neither road nor
write ; but ho got aomo schooling over
there , nnd then came to Washington as
a student in Howard university. Post
master General Crosswoll gave him n
plnco in thn postollico department tva
janitor , nnd ho earned moans to carry
him through college. On graduating , ho
took n course nt the Wayhnd theological
seminary , nnd hna since boon the pastor
of n colored church in this city. Ho litho
the first colored man to roccivo ( inch nn
appointment , nud is considered entirely
worthy of the honor. His rnnk will bo
thnt of n cantnin. The regiment to which
ho is attached is commatutad by Col.
Edward Hatch , nnd ia serving in the
Indian territory. It ia the aamo to which
Llout. Flipper , who was cashiered for
dishonesty , belonged. There nro now
no colored officers in the army , though
there nro two colored _ cadets nt West
Point , ono of thorn having boon appointed
Bin-vrmn mimm nmrr
ItrnmtsiulTin tired us Mwnlutrljrtniro
THE TEST :
riiro a pin top io n on hot > tote until hcntM.tnf
mump thefOMrfttut * mell. A ctunit t Mill nut bo rv *
quiruil to dulcet the prusonco ot luumonliu
DOF.S NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS 1SKALTIIHKM.SS 1U8 NEVER HUN ( JIUTIOSKD.
In a million liompn for n ounrtcr of a ccntmy It liai
touil ( too ooiisiimors1 reliable tot ,
TI5E TESTOFTKE OVEH.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. ,
M KIIH or
Dr , Price's ' Special FlavoringExlracts ,
HiofttrongrimnttiltlIeluuinn ( < IiialurainiMor Lnown , nil
Dr. Price's LupuUn Yeast Gems
I'or Light , Healthy llivml , Thn Host Dry Hop
Ycntt III the Worl.l.
FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
CHICAGO. " 8T. LOUIS.
> .ro the cliangoa tnat , Inn towyoars , hnvo
taken place in the manufacture of
Improvement after improvement has
boon made , until to-day the clothing
offered by Schlank & Prince , 1210
Farnam atroot , ia equal in every
respect to the boat
Custom Work !
While at the same time the lownoaa of
price of the fine grade of clothing
they handle ia no loaa astonish-
ins than the
Perfection of Fit !
AND THE QUALttY OP
MATERIAL AND MAKE
1210 Farnam Street , WO
CHICAOOPEORIA &ST. LOUIS ,
11V WAV Ol'
OMAHA AND LINCOLN TO DENVSB ,
KANSAS CITY AND ATOHIBON to DENVER
In Union Unpnts at KmmtiH City ,
Onmliu itud Denver with tlnougli Uiilns lur
Anil till ) Xlnt3 hi tlio Uicat West.
Comicctlni ; In ( irond Union Depot at Chicago
with tlirouili ; tmlim fur
NE W YORK , It O S TON ,
And oil Kustorn Cltlej.
Atl'corlu with tliioiiult truliix tor Indianap
olis , Ulnclmmtl , Columbus , mid nil polntw In
thu South. JOnst , At Kt , Loula with tlirouuh
trulna for nil jKilntu South ,
Klcunnt Day Couches , Parlor Cara , with Hn.
dining Clmlr-sM ! tH live ) , Hinoklnu CHIN with
Ituvolvlnji ( 'hulls , 1'iillrmm I'lilimu .Sleeping
Cure nnd thu JUIIIOIIB a Jl , & Q. Dliilnc < - ' ' > 'V
mi ) dally tound from Olilougo and Kiuiuua City ,
Chicago mid Council Illull's : Chicago nnd Dc-u
Molnca , Uhlcago , St. Josojih , Atchlson mill
TopoUa without change. Only thioiiKh line
rnnnliiR their owir tuiliiH hetween Chlcugo ,
Lincoln nnd Denver , and Chicago , Kunmui
City nnd Denver. Tlnoiiuh cai Ixitweun
liullniuipolla and Council Jllutl'u , via 1'eoila.
< 1INO KOItTJI AND SOUTH.
Solid TntliiH of I''legaut Day Coaohca anil
I'nllinnii I'lUncuBlcepliiK Cnrauro run dully to
nnd from Kt. l.oiils ; vlu Uannibuli ( julncy ,
Keoltulc , Jluillngtoi ) , Ccdur ItuplilH und Allivi t
I.catoHt. I'ttiil und Mlniienpolluj I'lniorCuni
with Itecllnlng Clmlru to und from Kt. I.ouH
und I'liorlu , OnlyoiiochHngoofciira between
St. I/ouls und DCH Molina , Iowa , Idntoln , h'o.
bnuUu , und Uonvc-r , iJolorado.
It la uUo thu only Througlt Line bfctween
ST. LOUIO , MlNMEArOLIS and BT.JPAUL.
It In known an the crent TllltOUUII OAII
I , INi ; of Ainerlcu , uud la unlvuittully iidiiilt-
led to lie thu
Finest Equipped Eallroad in the World for
all classes of Travel.
Through Tickets via this line far wtla at iii' '
U. U. cuiinou ticket oillcdu In the UnilodBtutut
T. J. 1'OTTKK , I'EROEVAI , LOWKLL ,
Vtce-l'ia. k Uia. Mtu ( ; er. '
1404 Farnam St. , OMAHA
I'AHTIAIi LIST OP SPKCIAti 1IAUOAIN3 IN
Farmitnj ' Linda , Improved Fftrma and
Stock Karma in Douglas , Cnaa , Cedar
Nance , Thayer , and lloward
Tor Sale or i\ch ; nRo Kor city property r lain ) , or
fnrmltliln 12 inllffl ot Oinnht , n spIomlUI hiipro-
Mil ( inn ot (00 ixctos In Tlnjcr eon nty
1'orTiloor r.\chnnK-e An oU > gniitlinpro\ fium Si
uillert from ntock jnnl .
Kor Halo Stock fnrm In western IOWA , 070 nrros , nil
under cultivation , rulthatiil KT KSOI- , cuts I'M ) toin
ol Imy , nil lonroil , llxini ; wntor on o.icli 4(1 ( ncro.i ,
lUletantlal hnpro\cincntn , occupied liy thnroiili | >
litc.l lionoi niut cattlo. Will sell \\ltli \\lthuut
I'm Sale 14 mltei from Onuln , over 400 acrrs. A
farm , nhlcliiiktmoniul art ha\o I'crli'cteil to that
extent tlut u > un the Rratiay bank ot tlio liotutitul
Hudson cannut KiirpaiH In clegnnco anil pplcmlor
This nubiithan homoihoiiM tcllntoi.co , $21,000 ,
I'or Sale 10,010 acrca In Nanco county. An Root !
land M In tlio ntato Vcr ncro , $0,5U nuil npnardn.
For Sale 2,000 ncna 12 tulles from Contra ! City , on
I.o\i | > Klur # 10,00.
I'or Sain 100 ncroi : i inllcii rait of Fremont.
I'or tulo uo ncrc linpro\ctl farm , 13 tullca from city.
Trmi easy , il,0(0.
For Halo 040 ncrcn clMnino\cil | tiirm near West
1'olnt , 2(0 crrs iiiulcrculthatlon , larus , crlUSlnil
nillN , U room house , fcnclnir nml nil nooisiiry Im-
pov umcntfl , A cruat baricitln , $15 00 par aero.
or Sale 83xOD feet on 13th ( treet , ncir Itarnoy
room for n brick block , of four etoreslilcli \\ouul
rent readily. If notnold wltlilniO ilujnlt will bo
\\ltlnlrnttii nud Imllt upon. Hontli 44ft. , corner
nlloyg ! > , r > 0i ) . lii ldo H ft. ,
For Sale A bargain , 88x132 It. on 14th KL , near
Jones St. Call ami neo us In regard tn tills proper
ty uo lm\u iv bargain for A oil ,
ForRaloflood butlnoiB lot on Cinnlnp ; Kt , CO \ 132
Kor Sale Acry ilerlrnblo business corner , lot on
Harncy Mrcot $7,600.
For Sale One ncro on Cumin ) ; St , \ \ III soon bo Root !
Inulnow property. $3,500 ,
For Sale Improved Fainam street property near 12th
Htreet , gl'.uOO.
For Salo48xl32 | foot , splemlld brick Improvement ,
n.s Rnodbuilncta n Is In the city $10,000.
Fof Sale A buslncai property for $13,600 jlcldlngn
rich Income of lopcr cent , net on liucKtment
For S ! B House anil half lot on Cnsa St near Dolt
Line U. II. $3,000.
For ealo lot 110x100 on Street car line , cor
ner lot , just ono mlle from pcitolllco.S 'I.T'OO DO
For ealo House and lot for . 000 00
1 " " . 3,5 0 00
J " " . fi.100 00
i . 0,600 00
. KO 00
' . 1,200 00
" . 2MH > 00
" . 4,800 00
" . 2.KOO 00
" . 2,200 10
" . 3KW , 00
" . B.OCO 00
' . 3,600 00
" . 11,600 00
" . in.ooo oo
i . 12,000 03
" . 12.COO 00
' . 2,200 00
For Sale Fifty lot ) In Kllby place , \\lll soil at
hirgaina , on cosy terms , Ihlslhcautlfiil location
\\M command a ready n.ilo at the prices wo are
prepared to sell for.
For Sale Ixjta In o\ cry addition and every portion of
JAMES T , CRAIG ,
Plana , specifications and cellmates nf coat of hying
out now or remodeling old I awn a , grading , eoddlng ,
oto. will bofurnlrhcil on application. ( Irouor and
dealer in all klnila of Ploucrg , Hliruba , Ornamental
and Bhada Trees. Jnnt tlio thing for Cometcry o
Lawn Decoration. Orcen House and Nurncrjr
Strout , near Fort Oinahx Cut Flowcra nnd h lowerIng -
Ing Plants In pots for sale at all Beoaona , and any
I'lnral Deelgna or UouqucU made up on the shortest
notice. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
ilrotw P. O. Box 695 Omaha. Neb.
NEBRASKA LAND AGENCY
H'JCOKBBOR TO DAVID ft BNYDKIl.J
1505 KAUNA1I ST. AHA
Ilara lor ulo 100,000 acres oarotnlly eeleoted landi
In Kaatorn Nebruka , at low price and on ewy terms ,
unprovea taima for sale In Douglai , Dodge , Colin
Platte , Hurt , OunilnK , Harpy , Washington , itorlck
gaunders , anil Hutler Oounlles.
Taxes paid In all parU of the BUto , ,
Money loaned on Improved firms.
Notary Public always In office. Correspondence
DISSOLUTION OF CO.PAUTNKllSHIP
Kntlco la hereby given tint the co-partnership
heretofore oxlatlnif betvviun Jllcliaul May and Herman -
man Hnndo , undir the firm name of May fi Kuodo
U by mutual coimint , thin day dlxiolvcil , nnd that all
delitB duo Irom laid I nn will be paid by Bald Herman
Kniido , and all claims duo the firm are to bu p ld to
The bualncig will bo contlnuod by Herman Kmiclo ,
who Rolkltn patronane. felUHAKh MAY.
Omaha , July 8th 1B8KH. IIKIUIAN KUNUK.
Any perBOn having any claims analnst mo , that I
oontnctod for work or material fumliheil In the
bullilliiK of the new nchool houaia on 17th and l.iav-
enuorth and liln and ( Deltuaro , Omaha , are re.
riucatud to Benil or iinacnt mich bills to mo at 1181
< J utruet , Lincoln , Nob. , or at olllce of the Hecrcttry
of tln4lloard of Education , Omaha , beforu Jluy 12th ,
jy B w&o at F , H. I'OI VIN , Contractor ,
The 11 , If M , Itallroad Co. , will receive scaled pro.
for tbu houao ami Improvements on the north
& feet of lot 1 , block 2)1 , Omaha ; homo and Im-
] irovemeriUon went haflotii2 | < i anil 3 , llartitann'ii
wlillllonthouiHioii vvekt half ot lot 3. block ' ( , \VII-
coi'aaddition , All bldi to bo openrd at I'i in. July
1 ! ! h. 181. tllANK M. DIN1NNY ,
Jy6flt A tent.
H. PHILLPS. .
Has one ot the largest and finest assortment ot
Spring and Summer Uoods for Huttings and Trowger.
lugs. All garment * guarautord to fit and trimmed
with the Heat TrimnJugs. MYl'ltlCl'J AUELOWKH
than aoy.Mcrchaut Tailor In the city , 1WU Faruaui
THE CHEAPEST PLACE iiUULAEA / TO BUT
DEWEY & STONE'S ' ,
Quo of the Best and largest Stocks in the United State ?
to select from.
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB , .
ELEGANT PASSENGER , , ELEVATOR ,
. IT IS THE NAMEQOF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOUWD !
Where They Can Enjoy Pure Air & Water !
And all of the good nnd pleasant things thab go to mnko up a com
plete nud happy existence.
Tlio town of South Oinnlm is Bitunted south of the city of Omaha
on the line of the U. P. Railway , and it is less than 21 miles from the
Oinuha post office to the uorlh line of the town site.
South Omahn is nearly H miles north and south by 2 $ cast and
west , and covers nn area of nearly four square miles ,
The stock yards nro nt the extreme southern limit.
Nearly 150 lots have heon sold Nad the demand is on the increase
The yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The &GO,000 beef packing house is progressing finely.
The ? tf,0)0 ( ) ( ) Water Works nro keeping pace with the other irn \
provements , and the Hotel mid Exchange Building will bo erected nt once
The B. & M. nnd Belt Line Railways have n Inrgo foroo of men at
work and will , in connection with theU. P. Railway , have n union depot
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will be
furnished for Church nud School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
bo cheaper than they are to-day.
US"Apply nttlio Company's office , cor. of 13th and Douglas ( streets
over the Omnhn Saving's Bank. .
, A. UPTON ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED
1118 FARNAM STREET , . . OMAHA , NEB
Double and Single Acting Power ano Hand
Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery , Bolting , HOBO , lirasa nnd Iron
team Packing nt wholesale nnd retail. HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH
AND SCHOOL BELLS.
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
The Pnlaco Hotel ot Dcnfor.
Cor , Seventeenth and Lawrence Sts
llooma 7Co to 2.00 per day. Special Half a by tbo Month.
TflE FINEST TABLE IN THE WEST.
Conducted on the American nnd European Flans.
Board $7 per week.
S , CONDON , - - PROPEIETO
1,000.00 I $
WII.T , bu paid to any ono who will find a partlJo
of Mercury , 1'otaeli , lodlao , Arnonlo , or any I'ol-
BOIIOUI BUbatauco In
W I P E C I F I C
"I have cured Illocxl Taint by the use of Swift's
Hpvcillu filer I hMl moat algually failed with the Mer
cury and rotonh Treatment.
I * . A. TOOMEIl , M. D. I'erry , Oa ,
"Hvvl'l'n Kpoclflo liaa cured ire of Hcrofula of 12
yenra Unillnif. Had norm us lar o my hand , and
uvery one thought 1 vva iloomecl. Hvtift'i Spctlfla
cnruil rnu alter phi fclclans and all other medlclno had
: lled ' 11. 1 , . IIIOII.Lonoke.Ark.
Cf t nnnwo"U l10' purchaio frnm no what
fff ) llKUUUrinllt'HKjwrlnohaydoneforine , U
cudro mo of llhouniatlain caused by malaria. "
. AUCII IK THOMAS , HjirltigOvId , Tcna.
Our Trcatlno on lllood and Ukla Dlseaeua mailed free
TUB SWIFT BrKCIKIO CO.
Drawer S , Atlanta , ( la.
N , Y , Olllre.tO Vf. fid Kt , , between fiih and 7th
avenues. I'lilUdtlplila odlco , ISOd Ulientaut tit.
Alike on tliovorandaol
the mansion ofuoalth
and In the little cot-
tuKe upon the hill will
' Toad lilaijo
nourhhlug , sutlsly.
Ing , and In prqurvd In
a few minutes. Full
caUicaii for tin ird ,
puddltiKi , oto. Put uu
m four niioS5e. . ,
uou , e > -J iiu lit > . i > u. * elio especially adapted
to famllcs. Sold by all Druggists and alao by many
Orocvrs , ItlJgo's Food does not tax the dlgcgtlva or *
gain. WOOLK101I & Co , , ou lalul.
Tbo use of the term " Hhoi
SHORT Line" In connection withtb *
corporate name of a great road ,
convejs an idea of uat what
I I K ] L "o-a required Short by the Line traveHngpab , Quick Tin
ll In II _ and the best of accommoda-
oil tlous-all of which art fora *
shod by the greatest railway In America.
CHICAGO , MnwATOEE
And St. Paul.
II owns and operates over 4,600 miles ol
Northern Illinois , Wisconsin , Minnesota , Iowa
Dakota ; and u U main lines , branches and oonoeo-
tlons reach all the great busmen centres of ths
Northwest and Far West , It naturally answers th
description of Short Line , and Best Iloute between
Chicago , MUwaukeo , St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Chicago , Milwaukee , La Crowe and Winona.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Aberdeen and Ellondalt
Chicago , Milwaukee , Eau Claire and Stlllwstof
Chicago , Milwaukee , Wausau and Merrill.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Beaver Dam and Oshkoah.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Wauknsba and Ooonomowoo.
Chicago , Milwaukee , MadUcn and Prairiedu Ohloo.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Owatonua and Falrlbault.
Chicago , Belolt JanesvlMo and Mineral Point.
Chicago , Elgin , llockford and Dubuque.
Chicago , Clinton , Hock Island and Cedar lUpld * .
Chicago , Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Chicago , Sioux City , Sioux Falls and Yankton
Chicago , Milwaukee , Mitchell and Chamberlain.
Ilook Island , Dubuque , St. Paul and Minneapolis
Davenport , Calmar , St. I'aul and Minneapolis.
1'ulluiau H eeiiers and tbe Hnrst Dining Cars la
the \v , rid are run ou the main lines of the CHICAtK' ,
MIUVAUKEK AND ST. I'AUL HAILWAY.audoerv
attention Is paid to passengers by courtootu employe *
oi the Coui | any.
S. a ME1U1ILL. Oenl Mansgtr.
A. Y , H. CAlll'UiTEn , Qon' Vats. Asi ,
J.T. CtAIlK. Ocn'l Sapt.
QZO. il. UCAFFSltD , Asj't , aea.1 I'M * Agt.
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