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OMAHA DAIKV BEJfi SATURDAY JUiAr 12 , 1881. 7
MINERAL SPRING !
Wo fUMRMtoo the cure of the following unwed i
ikWSiOtno paj : UhoumMUm , Hpmfnln in ,
Catarrh , all Blood andiklndlscaios , lyipcpslaM
Complaint , Kidney and DUddcr Diseases. Gout , N
alffU and Asthma , Thcsa Springs are the faroi
ort ol tha tired and ilohilltatai ) , and are the
i\ FKEI1LK LADIES OKST F1UKND ,
\ Oood hotel , livery and bithlngaccomodaUon b (
Albany , Blloam Springs , .Oontry'co Mo
Gpoctflo Gravity . . . . . 1X (
Reaction . Ncut
Carbonla Acid 0m . 26 In. per Rail
Carhonnto Calcium . . . . .85,021 Oral
Carbonate Iron . , . 7,011 !
Sulphate Magnesia . 8t80
Sulphite Calcium. , . . . , 4 , .1,140
Clilorldo Sodium . 7,200
Hilllea . , . 1,680
Alumina . . . . . . .0,019
Organloand Volatile matter and loss . 1,4(9
alollds per gallon . 07,174
N. SCHUEZ ,
OFFICK OVEN ASlKtUCAN EXPRESS.
4JOUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .S3 Pearl Street Council Bluffs , tonn
Justice of the Peace
Omaha and Council ISlutfr.
'VoAj catato collection agency , Odd Follows Mod
04 er Hiving : ) Dank.
TROD. OPFICTIB ,
OFFICER & PUSES
Connell BluSo la.
Dealers In Foreign anil omcstlo Exchange an
IIr > nfl Swnrltl
As there are many
So-Called Veterinary Sureoom
In this city , who are practicing their quackery or
our people , I deem It but justUe to say that I del )
any ot them to produce a diploma , or credentials ,
adlcatlng that they are graduates of any \ctcrlnart
nstltuto , and I do hereby caution the publij trains'
ouch quacks , aa
I am the Only Known Gradual E
IN WESTERN IOWA.
Office & 125 '
Pharmacy , B'dway ,
AT BLUE BABN.
T. J. CADY , M. D. , V. S.
At -well-known Establishment
J. . ,
209 Upper Broadway , the
Of Council Blufla. Notice our reduced Price List.
Wo gi > o
IB pounds Extra O Supar for . . . . . .81 00
11 pounds Granulated Suear . 1 00
26 pounds Choice Oatmeal . 100
25 pounds Navy Ic..n9 . 1 00
20 pounds Bi-st Bulk Starch . , . 1 00
12 pounda Carolina llice . 1 00
12 pounJo Choice I'rums . 1JOO
25 bars Buffalo Soap . 1 00
Extra Lake Trout , ) r pound . 09
Ziorriliard'a 1'Iug per Ib . 40
1 dozen Mackerel . 15
Colorado Flour , Winter , per cwt . 2 BO
10 pounds Glncor Soapj . . . . . . 1 CO
tlO pounds h .mloy . . . 100
( utallonkcg Syrup . 1 70
Wfite Fish , per kit . 80
Mackerel , tierklt . 10
Dates , per pound . 10
30 3 pound cans Standard Tomatocd . 1 00
All kinds Cnliforuli Fruits .
pouudLuak'a Standard 4 for . 1 00
T T."B" .
All grades , according to quality , 15o to 80o per
Vfa also carry a full line of Men's , Ladles' and
CWUrcn'a fiuo Shoes and Uea't Flno Boots at very
lo * prices. AHo a full line o [ Tinware and ( jenpral
racrcha&dbo. Call on 114 nnd be com inccd that you
can tuto money > y dealing with us. Uoodd delivered
free In any part of the city.
I/i a word , wo am bound to eel ! and challenge all
audanle competition In tliU county.
J. I1. KILBKIIT' '
209 u , erBroadjray
Eailway Time Table ,
The following are the times of the arrival and do-
rirturt of trains by central Btandard time , at the
locul depots. Trains leave transfer depot ton mln
ULCS earlier and arrhe ten minutes later ,
CHICAGO , HOBUNtiroM AND quiscr ,
Chicago Express 9:00 a in
C:35 : p m
0:4D : a m Faxt Mall. 7:00 pro
f.5 . : a in ( "Mail and F.xprces , 73pm
12:30 : pm Accommodation. S.60p in
"At local depot only.
KANSAS CITT , BT. 109 AND COUNCIL BI.07M.
tOOfi a m Mall and Kxprcss , ] 7:0& p m
66 pra ' Pacific Express , C:60pra :
CUIOAOO , MlLWAUKl.a AND BT. PAUL.
0:05 : 1. m
: Zfi p m Exprean ,
9:16 : a m Exprcsa , 6:65 : p m
CU1CAOO , IOCS IBLAND AMD rAOfflC ,
6:30 : p m AtUntlo Express , 9.05 ft m
9.25 a m Day Express , 6:64 : p ru
7:30 : p m "Dos Uolnes Acoommodatlon , 0:05 : p m
At local depot only.l
WABABIl , BT , LOUIH AMD rAClfJO.
0:66 : a m Mull , 4:45 : p'm
4:50pm : Cannon Ball Ulam ;
* AI Transfer enl
cinoAoo and KORrnwuniur ,
0,60 p m
5:25 : m 1'aclflo Express , 0:05 : a m
tioox cm AMD PACIMO ,
r : o p m St. Paul Eipregj , 8:60 a m
1120am Day Express 8:60 : p m
8,00 p m Wiwtorn Express , 8:86 : a n
11:00 a m Pacific Express , 4:40 : p ta
7:40 : a m Local Express , 0:64 : a m
_ _ _
Mncoln Exprens ,
1210 ; a m
At Trantfer only.
D0MMT TRAMS TO OMAHA.
Tx > ave-7:20-8:3o-9:30-io:30-ii:40a. : : : : : m. iSo-:3 : :
8aO-4SO-6:30-flSO-ll06p. : : : ; m Sunday 930-lllO :
a m. lSO"8:30-:30-0:30-llG5 : : ; p. m. Anlvo 10 mln
te le/uro | pa\ini : tlrao
tor Is made exprceuly tor
the cure of derangements
1 of the generative organa ,
IThi-ro Imio mistake about
IthU Instruinent , the con *
V tlnuous stream of ELEC-
tore them to healthy action
Do not confound this with
, , , * . . , _ Electric Belts advertised to
cure all alls from head to oe. It Is for the ONE spec-
Iflo purpose. For clrculrs giving full ; infonnatlon ,
addrewi Cheerer Kltctrlo Ktlt Co. , 1G3 Waalilnrftou
fat , Chicago.
-BEMOTED TO .OMAIIA NATIONAL BANK
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
Ofllcor O'ltrion while getting off
street car on lower Broadway yoatordr
took n tumble nnd rolled over in tli
mud. For ft fact ho don't drink.
A telegram last evening fr.om Ma
Duncan , manager of the Duncan hotel i
Burlington , stated that the first case m
dor the now prohibition law was decide
in favor of defendants.
A Democratic.lublleo Must Evening
List evening the democrats had a gran
jubilee over the nomination , there boin
boti iiros , speeches , street parades , ot (
Congressman Pusoy arrived homo whic
added to the enthusiasm. lie \ras re
reived nt the depot by n delegation c
citizens with the Bavarian band and oi
cortoa to his residence. A very larg
parade was made nlong Broadway nn
then was more hurrahing and other o >
prossions of enthusiasm than was over be
Toro shown on any occasion _ of the kin
ind the streets were kept in nu upron
until nftor midnight.
A Sioux City brewer calls it "Largoi
DCS Moines druggists will | test the no'
The ealoono of Dunlap [ dispense po ;
and soda with a stick.
Carroll haa decided to issue $1,000 ii
bonds to build waterworks.
The Cedar Ilipids Gazette haa sovora
thousand corkscrews for sale.
The Y. M. 0. A. of Dos Moines tall
of putting up n § 50,000 building.
The now school of the feeble mindct
institute at Glcnwood will cost S.,500. ! !
The Davenport Gazutto of the 8th Days
"Not a saloon in the city , at present ,
shows any indication of closing up.1
The Dos fllolnes Ltnsood Oil company ,
with a capital of § 75,000 , has been incor
porated , to begin business this month.
A Davenport brewer offers to boal
prohibition by supplying ground malt ,
hops and a receipt for making beer foi
The now and elegant hotel Calfax , at
Colfax , will bo formally opened on
Tuesday the 15th inst. Schuylor Colfax
will deliver an address.
President Knapp , of the Iowa agricul
tural college , will deliver an address at
the next state fair , to bo hold in Dubuque -
buquo in September next.
It is expected that the work of enlarging
the government building at Dos Hoinoa
will begin by the luth inst. The appro
priation amounts to § 140,000.
Woodbury county's share of the per
manent school fund of the state is § UO-
83 , ' ! . The total fund is $4,019,842 53 ,
which is an increase over last year of
Judge David Borer , of Burlington ,
died there last Monday. Ho was born
in Virginia in 1800. Ho was attorney
for the 0. B. and was the author of aov-
oral law works.
Louis Marks , a young Dos Moines boy ,
was drowned in the Des Moines river
while swimmintj last Sunday. A com
panion named Bohon was nearly drowned
in his efforts to reocuo Marks.
The Polk county board of supervisors
tin the 5th inst. unanimously granted the
Des Moiuos big distillery a permit to
manufacture intoxicants. The applica
tion of two Dos Moines brouorips to
make beer was postponed by a majority
Clifford Brayton , of State Center was
Irownod a few days ago , while bathing ,
it Bassott , Nob. Ho was in the drug
business at State Center until about a
pear ago , when ho sold out to join his
brother in Nebraska in the cattle busi-
iess. His body arrived at State Center
m the 7th inst. , where his mother and
nany relatives reside. ,
JOE OUsniNG'S K/VltiUOAD.
YNcw Hampshire Man ivhoso Check
Brought Him Much ,
3t. Louis Globe-Democrat.
"Joo Gushing,1' ' said a railroad man to
i Globe-Democrat reporter yesterday ,
'used to own a mill on a certain railway
ij ) in Now Hampshire , and it was an al-
uighty big mill too. Well the railroad
; ot to squeezing Joe pretty hard. They
old him lio'd gut to ship over their line
> r shut up his mill , nnd they proposed to
ihargo him any rate they wanted to. At
aat Joe couldn't ' stand it any longer ,
"hero was another railroad six milua
iway , and ono day ho wont to BOO the
; enoral manager of the other road , and
ifFered to build a line 'cross lota' from his
nill if ho was guaranteed certain reason-
iblo charges forall time to como. Ilia
> Her was accepted , and inside of twenty-
bur hours Joe had COO men nt work ,
ihpveling down hillo , filling up valleys ,
Bridging steams , and laying rails and tics.
Cho oflioials of the road that had boon
jutting the blocks to him wont to BOO
lim , and offered to carry his stuff for the
: oat of transportation if ho would aban-
Ion his project , but Joe promptly ro-
'used them. In a few months he hnd his
: oad completed , and ho has been using it
"Now , the fun of the thing is that as
icon as everything was in working order
lee wont to Boston and had a lot of
printing done , and before many days
svery railroad official in Auiorica received
m elegantly engraved annul pass , inclosed
n a neatly printed circular. The front
) f the pass road as follows :
" 1881. JoKCusui.vo'uBxHD. 1881.
" 'Pass ' Mr. until December
! 1,1881 , unless otherwise ordered.
" 'No. . JOK CIJHIIINO , President.
On the back was printed this unique
"This pass is not tranaferablo. The
person accepting and using it thereby
assumes the right to travel and transport
baggage over this road , whenever ho
pleases , and at the risk of Joe Gushing ,
who will bo financially responsible for all
ilamago to person or property , Incurred
while oo traveling , '
The circular was headed by a map of
the road showing the location of the mill
ind the length of the lino. It said in
jubstanco : "Sly road is only six miles
long , but it is perfectly solvent , payroll
its interest charges and taxes , and is a
Irst-class property in every respect. I
herewith send you an annual pass and
nvito you to HBO my line at any and all
times at my own risk. If you should ceo
1t'to , extend to mo in return the courtesy
rf an annual pans over your road I shall
greatly appreciate it. Yours.
"Well , sir , the roan's cheek was so
onormouB that the ofliciala of nearly every
road in America laughed over the thing
ind sent him a pass , and I hear of him
uvery now and then'in different places all
over the country mine his annual * . "
Crnay Ijullt nml OroAtn.
1'ntr Allco Hs ulthln hebowrr ,
A tienclvo slindo upon her brow ;
In nil tlio In ml the sweetest flower ,
Why pines she lonely now ?
Slio gnzQ ) ont upon the street ,
A gay procoRMon moots her oyot
Of cnvallersnml maidens awoet ,
Who ico-cro.im go to buy.
And as they pani her ono by ono ,
She notoi within tlmt joyoui bnml ;
1'ull ninny n knight to her well known ,
And suitor for her Imiul ,
Hut ono or two hort month * neo ,
And not a mridon in the Innd ;
Could longer Hat of suitors show ,
Than lovely Alice Brand.
Hut , oh , nlns ! ono fulfil Jr.y ,
A dreadful mnulti nolzod the maid ;
In four her nut ton Had nwny ,
JhoroM not ono who stnyod.
Sho'd tour the lining from tholr hata "
Tholr boat silk 'korchlof.i glio would ta
Cut piocoa from tholr ( ilk cravats ,
Her "crnjy quilt" to make ,
And no her tonrn fell In a etronni ,
O'or her end fnco , of smiles boroftr
She wcopa bocnuso to buy horcrc.tui ,
She Ima not ono bonu loft.
-Julio [ i : . Berkley.
THE MYSTERIOUS MESSAGI
CHAPTER I ,
ItY TUB SKA
Break , break , break ,
On thy cold , gray stone * , 0 son !
And 1 u ouklth.it my tongue cinild niter
Tiiu thoughts that nrlso In mo.
"I wonder what is bobbing up an
down in the ] water over yondorl" an
Mabol Maythrop to her cousin , Gcorj ;
Grafton , as they stood on the beach t
Coney Island watching the waves com
"Your eyesight must bo bettor tha
mine , " ho said ; "for 1 can't sou an }
thing but some water-soaked beings wh.
look like a lot of submerged scarecrows
Where is the object that attracts you
attention ? "
"Ripht over thoro. See ? It is coin
ing this way , " oxcliimod Mable. Do tr
and got it , wont you ? "
George looked down at his peaked
toed , patent leather shoes , then at th
roaring surf and then at Mabel.
" 1 believe she only wants to test m ;
love , " ho thought ; "but I'll bo hange !
if I spoil my shoos just for a woman"
Meanwhile the object upon whicl
Mabel had fixed hur gaxe bobbed uearoi
and nearer until it was almost withii
"Now , Geortjo , you can pull it in witl
vour cane , " she said.
"Well , that's better than wading ir
ifter it , " ho remarked , leaning over and
stretching out his walking-stick. In his
frantic endeavors to capture the floating
irticlo ho slipped and fell headlong intc
the surf. With a cry of disway he
scrambled up , seized the object and Hunt
it at the feet of the young lady.
"Why , it is a bottlol" she ox-
"Yes , a confounded old bottle , "bitter-
iy retorted her companion , casting a rue
ful glance at his wet feet and drenched
trousers. "I might have bought a bet
tor ono than that at the hotel and saved
tnyaelf from getting wot. "
"Well , George , " she said , laughing ,
"as you'ro neither eugar nor salt yoi
wont molt. Of course I'm sorry for you
but if y u go up to the hotel you can dr ]
yourself in the laundry. I'll wait hon
till you como back , if you don't utay to <
long. ' i
George dowartod grumbling , and vowct
that ho would never bo such u fool as take <
: ako Mabol to the beach again , unless InTern
Torn a water proof suit and u pair of rub
"It was very foolish of mo to pul
3oorgo to so much tronblo , " mused Ma <
jel , "just for the sake of on old soda1
ivator bottle ; but something seemed tc
, ell mo that I must do so. Horeaftoi
I'll ' never have any faith in my impuls-
She looked for n long time at the hot-
; lo , when suddenly she saw that it con
tained something. Picking it up she
'ound the top sealed with wax bearing a
jocuhar monogram. She held the bottle
ip and oaw that inaido was a curious-
ooking package wrapped in white paper
ind stamped with the same monogram
vhich was on the wax that covered the
She took up a horseshoe which lay
lose at hand and broke the bottlo. The
) ackago which foil out bore this inscript-
"May fato'pcrmit thee to full in prop-
Just as she was about tw break the
oal George returned , dry us n bone and
ross as a boar with a sere head.
"Well , did you fiinda prixa package in
hat bottlof" ho growled.
"You can BCD for yourself , " nho re-
'lied ' , pointing to the bits of broken glass
u the beach.
"Just what I expected , " ho muttered.
'I don't mind doing you a favor , Mabol ,
lut I draw the line at fishing for second-
land-soda-water bottles in the surf with
> ut a scalp-not. "
"Then do mo the favor to take mo
lomo , " she naid , "for I'm tired of hear-
ng you growl. "
ii.Mabol said not a word to George about
ho precious package alio hold in her
iand , but as soon as she got a chauco
lipped it into her pocket.
ON THK OCKAN.
William Walaton stood on the dock of
n out-going steamer with a soda-water
lottlo in his hand. When In the dis-
anco ho discried along the hori/.on the
atnt wliito line which ho know was
Jonoy Island ho throw the bottle over-
'What folly ! " ho exclaimed. "And
ot I'm a believer in fate to some oxtont.
Vho knows but what my message may
each the right person after all ? "
So saying , ho went into the smoking
abin and joined a party of jolly card-
William Walston was a rich young
lachelor , rather romantic , hut possessed
if sound common sense. Ho had retired
rom the produce business witn a fortune
vhich ho more than doubled by success-
ull speculation in Wall street. Ho was
mo of the few who know when to "got
iut , " and the consequence was that ho
i ad nothing to worry him nothing ox-
opt the thoughts of matrimony , Like
nany a wealthy young man with noth-
ng to do , ho imagined that if ho could
ind a proper mate his happiness would
10 assured , Ho was now on route for
England , for no other purpose than to
; ot rid of himself , as it wore ,
After an exceedingly short voyage ho
> rrivod at his destination , and for many
veoks , wandered aimlessly amid tha
'inns and palaces of the land on whoso
cingclom It Is said the sun never sots ,
ilthough the aforesaid orb often looks
lown upon sights that must make it fool
iko setting , never to rise again ,
"I can't stand this , " said Waleton one
day , M ho noticed ho was being follow
by a Scotland Ynrd detective , "t I
Hove that somebody saw mo throw th
bottle overboard find reported mo to t
police. By Jovol they must take mo f
n dynamiter. "
The moro ho thought of the matter i
stronger became his conviction , so 1
finally decided to return to Ne
On the return trip ho made the a
quatutauco of Major Maylhrop , a wen
thy wine merchant , who lived in Brool
lyn. Their acquaintance noon riponc
into friendship , and before they ronchc
port the Major extended Mr. Walston
cordial invitation to call , lie said notl
Jng about his daughter , however , RS 1
determined to make inquires about tli
social standing of Wnlston as soon as li
could couviontly do so.
When they arrived at the pier th
Najor gave him n card which ho hurrloc
ly took from his pocket and said :
"Thoro is my address. Call on m
some night next week. "
Walston bade him good-by and too
cab forhis hotel.
"llollol" ho exclaimed , as ho drew
card from hia pocket ; "what's tin's ? "
It bore the name of "Miss Mabc
A MK.I.SACII : FROM THK URG1 * .
When Mnblo arrived homo from th
> each she bade her cousin good-by am
; old him not to call that evening as sh
'olt too tired to entertain him. Ho wa
nly to glad to got nwny , fur his shoe
, voro filled with snnd and his heart witl
iorrow. Ho plainly oaw that his fair coil
in cared no moro for him than if ho hat
Mablo wont at once to her room , am
ras so curious to see the contents of tin
_ ackago which came to her in such i
mysterious manner that she could scarce
ly wait until her maid left the room
With trembling hands she broke the sea
and unrolled the outside wrapper. Withii
was n small box containing a magnificon
diamond ring. She gazed r.t it with grca
astonishment and admiration. Exami
ning it closely she discovered that tin
same monogram which was impressed 01
the seals was engraved on the inside
Justthnna paper which she had no
previously noticed fluttered to tin
floor. She picked it up and road ai
I'crclinnco this mcasago from the pen
May moot the eyes of ouu whoso heart ,
Will yenrn as inlao does now tor thee ;
Whoso voice will warmly wolcotno mo
And pay , "My love , why should wi
part ! "
Tnko then this talltmanlc r ng ,
Which now into the eoa I fling
lu hopes it limy fruition briug.
"Well , this is utmost as wonderful at
anything in the Arabian Nights , " said
Mabol. "Poor fdllowl Ho must bo aw
fully anxious to find some ono to lovo.
Goodness ! How Cousin George would
growl if ho know what 1 found in that
old opttlo on the beach. 1 won't show it
to him , anyhow , because he's a hateful
old thing. I'm not going to tell anybody
about it. Lot mo think. "
She tried on the ring and found it fitted
her perfectly. She gazed at it in admira
tion for several minutes , us if in deep
thought , and then exclaimed :
"Ah , I have itl The inspiration has
como at last. "
William Walstun awoke the next day
in a queer frame of mind. The card
which the genial major unwittingly gave
him still lay on the bureau and seemed as
much a puzzle to him as over.
"Pohawl" ho exclaimed , "how stupid
I ami Why , that must bo his daughter's
name. Mabol May thorp I wonder if
she is as pretty as her name ? If I should
meet her don't propose to toll her that
I was fool enough to throw a diamond
ring overboard in hopes that some fair
maid might find it and fall in love with
the idiot who wrote the ridiculous verse
accompanying it. Wouldn't it bo a good
joke if some old fisherman or colored
cook found it ? It would servo mo right
for my foolishness.
The next few days ho devoted to busi
ness connected with his property , and
then ono morning ho made up his mind
to call on Major Maythorp. Ho found
the address in a directory and BOOH
reached the handsome residence on the
Heights. The Major was delighted to
lop him and introduced him to his
laughter , Mabel , with great ceremony.
For the old gentleman was wise in hia
lay and generation , and had found out
til about his ocean frlond beforehand.
When Walston told him about the
: ard of his daughter the Major protond-
) d it wan e. joke , and luughod heartily
> vor it. Ho spent such a pleasant ovo-
ling that ho determined to call often , if
nvited. Mabel was quite charmed with
lor father's friend , und made up her
nind when they became bettor acquaint-
id to toll him of her message from the
ica ; for oho had long ago given up all
lopoa of over hearing from the sender.
Ono evening Mr. Walston said :
' 'Miss Maythorp , wont you favor mo
vith some music ? 1'loasosing something
low , if you can. "
Mabel's oyps sparkled aa she took her
oat nt the piano. .
"I will sing yon a song which neither
'on nor anybody else over hoard. 1 com-
> oscd the music but tli. ) words must
wvo boon written by old Neptune. "
"Why , how did you got thorn ? " asked
' Oh , they came to mo from the briny
loop , " she gayly replied.
Walston started and turned palo.
"No , it is simply impossible , " ho
"Sho could novpr have found that bot-
, lo. I only wish it were so. "
His thoughts were interrupted by the
) roludo to the song , and than in a low ,
iweot , thrilling Cbno she sang :
IVrchanto the iruHmtgo from the Hen
May moot the uyou of ono whoao heart
Walston sprang formard and aoinod her
"Miss , Mablo , where did you find
hose words ? " ho exclaimed in an agitated
"From the sea , I told you. Why , Mr.
iValstou , what is the matter ? "
Ho was BO palo that she was frightened
ind offered to go for her father.
"No , no ! " said ho ; "I want you and
rou alone. "
Like the small boys who swap jack-
cnivos , each thinking the other has the
) cst of the bargain , they exchanged
itories and kisses.
Mablo wears the diamond ring on her
ingagoinont linger and ein s her sweet-
loart's first song ovury evening ho calls ,
Her cousin fJoorgo has gone west for
; oed , as ho says the emcll of salt waUr
; ivoa him the heartburn , and ha has
ligned the temperance pledge , as the
tight of u soda-water bottle breaks him
Hunt's [ Kidney and Liver ] Ilomedy is
no "hit or mien" compound or old wo
man's mixture. It is prepared by a
jcnontifio pharmacist , with a full knowl
edge of the powers and virtues of each
jngrodiont in the class of diseases which
it cures. It is purely vegetable and can
not harm the youngoat child or the most
CAPITAL PRIZE $76,00
WLTickota only S5. Shnros In Proportlonn
"K'tdohertby efrtVv that ue tuferviit t\ t
ingenintt forallthr JonfMjand Stml-Annu
-rainngt < tf the LoMitiana SUte Mterv Cotnpon
.in < ( nperson inanagt and control fA Drain'n
thenuflvtt , and that tht tarns ate conduettd tn
konntv.Sairneit. and in yooil/aith touard all t > a
fiM , and tff authoritt the company ta tins ( Ait w
'Moatr , u\tKfac-e\in\l'i tf cur ttgnaturtl OKajAi
in ( ti adKrtaemtnti. "
Louisiana state Lottery Conany ,
InooryorMoil In ISM lor ! S yours by the I
or education * ! ntul ch.irlUMo pnrpo e with * cu |
IM of 81. 000,000 to which n reserve ( und ot on
C'0,000 Mt tiltioo boon ftjiloil.
! ! } n overwhelming ; populnr rote Itt fr neh'i '
ITM made a part of the present iUt oonttltut'o
lUonlod Uooembcr 5J , A. U. 1870.
The only Lottery over voted on and on
domed by the people of any Stato.
It never scales or postpones.
Ita grand slnglo number drawings wll
takt place monthly.
A nplomlul opportunity to win n Fortune
1'tfth Grnnil Drawing Clnsa 0. in the Academy
omy of Mutilc , Now Orlains , Tuosdny , Jnl1
intli , 18SJ 170th Monthly ilrnwinK.
CAPITAL PRIZE , 575,000.
100,000 Tickets nt Vivo Dollars Each. Frno
tlotifl , In Fifths in proportion.
LIST OF I'lUZlCS.
OAVITAL riUZR . 8711,00 !
do do .
do do . 10,001
OF ? 8ooo
do SOOO . 10,0
10 do 1000 . 10,001
to do boo . 10,001
100 da 200 . SO.CCH
800 do 100 . BO.OW
600 do DO . 26 001
1000 do 2o . ! ! 6KK
B Approximation prfoca oi fTtO . 0,7K
0 do do 600 . i.UH
0 do da SCO . 5,261
1SS7 IMzot , umoiuitlnu to . J2WtCI
Application ( or ratce to oltilia ehould ba r.uvje cnlj
to the olHoo ot the Company In Kow Orloann.
For further Information wrlto clearly Rlrlug ( al
Mlilross. Unko 1 * . O. Money Orders pajubla ui (
fcddrcss Uczlstciod Lattera to
NEW OHLEANa NATIONAL UANK ,
New Orleano , T * .
I'ostAl Notes and ordinary letter ? by Mall or Ki
prow ( all sums of 85 and upwards by llxproiia at ou :
expense ) to
MA. DAUrniN ,
orM. A. DAirPHIN , Now Orloano t .
007 So\cnth tit. , Wnph'hKton , D. 0.
Bee Hive Photograph
213 North IGtli Street.
Uemcmbor that my Photographs
tro Inspected beforalirlngdclUcrod
Irom the Iii ! : : JIIVK PHOTO-
QKAPll STUDIO usHurln ? o\cry-l
body perfect eatiafactlon.
use ot the term " Hhoi
Line" In connection \\lth tlu
corporate uamo of a Krontrond ,
coiiveyo an Idea of list what
required by the traveling pub
He a Short Line , ( Julck Tlrni
and the beat of nccommod *
< > tlonfl all of uhlch ro ( urn
ihed by the groatcat ralluay In America.
fjHICAGO , | | lL WATIKEE
And St. Paul.
It owns and operate ! over 4,600 mllea of
Northern Illinois , Wlflconsin , Ulnnooota , Iowa
Dakota ; and ax ta main linen , branches and oonneo
tlona reach nil the ercat busuieea centres of the
tforthwest and Far West , It naturally aniwon thr
lescrlptlon of Short Line , and Beet Route between
Chicago , Milwaukee , fit. 1'aul and Minneapolis
Chicago , Milwaukee , LaCrossopnd Wlnona ,
Chicago , Milwaukee , Aberdeen and Ellcndala
Chicago , Milwaukee , Kau Clalro and Stlllwater *
Chicago , Milwaukee , Waueau and Merrill.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Iloavcr Dam and Oshkonh.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Waukneha and Oconomowoa
Chicago , Milwaukee , U&dlson and Pralrlodu Cblon
Chicago , Mllnaukoo , Owatonna and Falrlhault.
Chicago , IH'liilt Junes ; I'lo ' and Mineral 1'olnt.
Chicago , Klgln , Hockford and Dubuque.
Chicago , Clinton , Kock Island And Cedar lUplJi.
Chicago , Council llluds and Omaha.
Chicago , Sioux City , Kloui Falls and Tankton
Chicago , Miluaukto , Mitchell and Chamberlain.
Rook Island , Dubuque , St. Paul and Minneapolis
Davenport , Calmar , St. Paul and UlnnoapoH * .
rullirnn 8 copers and the Finest Dining Cars In
liu n rid nro run cm the main lines of the CIIIOAOO ,
iHL\VAUKEKANDBT. PAUL ItAIMVAYandeverv
ttcntlonls paid to passengers by courteous oinployen
> t tbe Company.
> . S. MBIIRILL. Gen'l Manager.
A. V. It , CAHPIlNTKn , den1 Pass. A t.
r.T. Cr.AItK , Oen'l Sapt.
01CO. II. HEArFOHD. ABs't Ocn'l. I'asa. Aut
nv WAV oi4
01IAHA A1ID LI1ICOL1T TO DEHVSE ,
CANSAQ CITY AND ATOIIIS01I to DEimSB
'onnitctlnr ; In Union Inpotn ) ut KnnwisClly ,
Oiimh.i anil Don vur with lliiouuli tiiilns ( or
Ami oil points In the Cicut W
joiincotlni ; In Cmml Union Dopolut Clilciio (
with llirouHli trolnx lur
NJKW YOJIJC , JlOti'fON ,
And nil Kastiirn Cltlos.
Atl'norln with tliioiiKh tntlim lur ImUnnii- ;
) lla , Oliicliiiiutl , ColiiiiiliiH , mill nil potntN fn
: ] i Soutli.Kixat. At ht. l.otila with tluon li
.mlnti for all polnti South.
Ulciinit ; Duy Couches , I'uilor Cur , with Ho.
llnlni ; ChiilrH ( nci > ts lieu ) , Kinoldiii : C'nrH with
lovolvlnt ; UhuliH , I'ulliniiii ritliici ) Hk.ilii
JIIPH mid tlio liimouH u. II , , tQ. Dining Curd
nn dully to nml f tain ( ililcnio " " ' 1 Kiinaiw'llyc
JhlcnKoand Council llluflHOhlriiK < > i" l J'1'1
MollH.'H , ClllCUh'O , Ht. JOHt'Jlll , AtVlllHOII Illlll
I'ojieku without clmiiK , Only thiuiigh llnu
-uniiliiK thulr own tmliiH bclwicu ( Jhlciio |
Mncoln niul Dcnvor , nnd Olilcngo , Kuiihiih
Jlly und Denver. TliiuiiKh cui liotwuun
Inulunupolla mid Counull IlluIlK , vlu 1'curlu
OOINO rVOHTII AND HOIJTII.
Hnlld Tnilna ut KluKUiit Duy Couches mill
I'lilliiiiin I'nlaciiSleuiilm ; CiiiHiiKiniii iliiily ti ;
ind fioiu bt. I.ouln ; vlu Ilitnnlbul , ( Jnlncy
Kookulc , llnrlliiHton , rodur Itiipldaiiiid Allieil
Lcaloht. 1'iiul und Minneapolis ; IMilorCiin
rt-ltli ItccllnluK iimlis ; to und Jioin Ut. I.onl-
mil I'corhu OnlyoiHicliaiiHOOf ciu-H Ijetwcen
H. I.uultjund DCH Moines , Iowa , Lincoln , No
binslia , nnd Denver , Colomdo.
It la also the only ThioiiKh Line bttwecu
BT. LOUIS , MIU1TEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL ,
It la known nu the ure t TIIKOlKill OAU
I , INi : of Ainurlca , und in unlveitully iiihnlt'
led to IHI tlio
Finest E uipticd Railroad in the World foi
all classes of Travel.
Through TIclcctH vlu this line fur wxlu at u3'
It. H. coupon ticket ulIiceD in the UnltudBtutoi
uia ( yiiiiadu.
V. J. I'OTTKK , J'KKOKVAI. LOWKI.I , ,
VIw-l'ict.liUca.Minttr , Ola "
THE CHEAPEST PLACE 1JN UMAHA TO BUY
Ono of the Best and largest Stocks in the United State ?
to select from.
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER .ELEVATOR ,
[ ENDORSED BY FRANZ LTSZT. ]
BOSTON , March lit , 1831.
K M PIANO CO nnxTiK x-Yoiir Instruments. Orand.Hquixro nnd Upright , are really nohls
and u uivillj I ( ) . boiutr uf toneaiul flnldli. Allow mo to aongratulato vou on your sterling
prour OUSTAVK SATTKH ,
SOLE AGENT ,
Doduo Street , Omaha , Neb
HAS THK IiA.uaHSTAXl ) CHK.Vl'KST
KEROSENE AND GASOLINE STOVES ALWAYS ON HAND.
Ilcntlqunrlors for tlio Celebrated Wroughb-Iron
DKUVKKKD TO ANY I'AHT OF T11K CITY Oil THK DEPOTS.
G15 mid 017 North Kith St. , lot. California nnd Webster.
may Sl-il eoil.weow-Im
IT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHEEB
Where They Gan Enjoy Pure Air fa Water !
And all of the good and pleasant things that go to make up a com-
ileto nud happy existence.
The town of South Omaha is situated south of the city of Omaha
m the line of the U. P. Railway , nnd it is less Jhan ; 2 miles from the
[ ) muha post oilico to the north line of the town site.
South Omaha is nearly 1 miles north and south by 2J coat and
west , and covers an area of nearly foursquare miles , '
The stock yards ore at the extreme southern limit.
Nearly 150 lots have been sold And the demand is on the increase
The yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The 300,000 beef pocking house is progressing finely.
The § 110,000 Water Works are keeping pace with i he oilier im
provcinents , and the Hotel and Exchange Building will bo erected at once
TlieB. & M. and Bolt Line Railways have a largo force of men at
work and will , in connection with the Hi P. Railway , have n union depot
near the park at the north end of Iho town. Suitable grounds will be.
L'urnished for Church and School purposes. ,
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
bo cheaper than they arc to-day.
33T'Apply tttfho Company's office , cor. of 13th and Douglas 'streets
aver the Omaha Saving's Bank.
Assistant Secretary ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED
1118 FARNAM STREET , . . OMAHA , NEB
Double and Single Acting Power ana Hand
, HOBO , Braau and Iron Flttlrtp ,
Eimino Trhnminw , Mining Machinery , Bolting
tonm Packi"g nt wholoaalo arid retail. HALLADAY AVIND-MILLS , CHURCH
ANW SCHOOL BELLS.
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
The Palace Hotel of Denver.
dor , Seventeenth and Lawrence Sta
Ilooru T6o to $2.00 per day. BpecUl Halts by tha Month.
THE FINEST TABLE IN THE WEST.
Don ducted on the Americap and European Piano.
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