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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1884)
Wo euar nteo the cure ot the following named dli
ciMt , or no p y : Hhounutlsm , S rotul , Ulctn.
C Urrh , nil Blood MdiklndlscMos , Dr p rsl .Mvo
Complaint , Kidney and Madder DIso c , Gout , Nen
algia and Asthma , These Springs are the favorite
wort of the tired an.1 dcbllltaUd , and are the
FKEULK LADIK3 BEST FRIEND ,
Good hotel , livery and bathing accomodatlon both
winter ncl lummer. Locality highly picturesque
Mid healthy. Accessible by Wftbaah railway ,
Krona , orO.,0. & Q. , at Albany. Corrcopoudeno
ollcltod , URV. it. M. THOMPSON.
Albany , Slloam Springs , ,0ontry Co. , llo.
Speclflo Gravity I.oo !
Ilo&ctlon , .Neutra
dxrbonlo Acid Oaa 28 In. p r gallon
Carbonate Calcium 35,921 Grain
Carbnnato Iron 7,041 I
Sulphite Xtftgncsla 3,550
Sulphate Calcium. . . . . . . .1,140
Chloride Sodium 7,200
Blllle * 1.6M
Alumina . . . .0,010
Organloand Volatile matter and loss 1,459
alolldi per gallon 07,174
W iinr.t\ItiiRit.t , , Chemists
Jastice oftiie Peace.
OFFICE OVER AS1KUICAN EXPRESS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA ,
BOOGE'S ' SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .S3 Pearl Street Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Justice of the Peace. ,
Omaha and Council Bluffr.
Real cetato collection agency , Odd Fcllowa Block
over Savings Bank.
u. if. rtrsir.
Council Bluffs Is ,
Dealers In Foreign and omcstlo Exchange an
As there are many past
So-Oalled Veterinary Surceons
Jn this city , who are practicing their quackery on not
our people , I deem It but justice to cay that I defy who
any of them to produce a diploma , or credentials ,
ndicatlng that they are graduates nf any xctcrlnarv
nstitute , and I do hereby caution the i publl au.ilus' ' no
euch quacl > 9 , aa loss
I am the Ooly Known Gradual e the
IN WESTERN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 125 B'dway , stock more
AT BLUE BAHN.
T. J. CADY , M. D. , V. S.
f At the well-known Establishment
J. P. FBLBERT the ming
209 Upper Broadway , the ttful
PIONEER GASH Said afraid 40
VQf Council Blufls. Notice our reduced Price List. in
W give believe
\1B pounds Extra O Sujrar ( or $1 00 much
12 pounds Granulated Sugar 1 00 flesh
25 pounds Choice Oatmeal . . 1 00
25 pounds Navy Beans 100 the
20 pounds Bst Bulk Starch 1 00 I will
12 pounds Carolina HIco 1 00
12 pounds Choice Prunes 1'VI though
25 bars IluO nloSoap 1 00 they
Extra Lake Trout , per pound (19
Lorrihard'a Plug per Ib 40
1 dozen Mackerel 16 price
Colorado Klonr , Winter , per owt 2 90 price
10 pounds Ginger Soap * 1 00 world
40pou > idsh inloy 1 00
Btfnllonltcg Syrup 1 70 1,000
White Fish , per kit 80
Slackeni ] > er kit 10 ciigo
Iatea , per pound 10 London
10 S pound cans Stindird Tomatoes 1 03 is
All kind ! California Fruits
pound Lusk'o Standard 1 for 1 00 until
* rr' exceed
AH . grades , according to quality , IBo to EUc pur risk ,
Wo also carry a ( ull Una ot Jlcn'n , ladles' and
Children's flno Shoes and Men's Fine Hoots at very Charge
low prlcos. Also ( ull line 01 Tiawaro nnd ( jonTal Chicago
merchandise. C.iII onu \ anU bo convinced thai you
canfiaioiuonny V > y dealing > sltli us. Goods delheied brings
( no Inauy parto ( the c'.tv. has
la a word , we are bound to ecll and challenge nil
nujaole couipetltloa lu this oountv. upon
J. I1. Fir.BEUTl bands
20 q H .erl'rotdwav man
Railway Time Table , the poor
COUNCIL BLUFFS. ind'tho
The ( allowing are the times ol the arrlial and de money
parture of trains by ccntr.il standard time , at the multipl
foul ikpotH. Trains leave transfer depot ten mlu The
, U.C8 earlier and arrive ten minutes later.
li'SS p m Clilcaijo Express ]
B-iO a m F-Mt Hall. 7:00 : p ro That
6J5am : | "Mall and Express , 73pm : wealth
12-SQnui Accommodation. 2,40 pm
At local ilcj > ot only. To-day
KiMIAS CITT , 8T. JOJI AND COUKCIIi BLUFFS. § 50,000
10:05 : a m .Mall and Express , ] 7OS : p m to ;
8:05 : p m I'aclflc Express , 6:60 : p m
OIMOlaO , MUWAUKKI AND 8T. riDL.
6:25 : p in Kxpress , 0:05 : a m alone
0:16 : a m Express , 0:55 : p in valuntic
OniCAOO , ROCK ISLAND AND rAOIFIO ,
CSO p m AtUntlo Express , 0:05 : a in ire
0:25 : a m D y Kxpre , BOI : p m § 100,00
720 ; pm DcB Molnos Accominod tlonl 0:05 : p m "Wo
At local depot only. 1
"WAB1BU , BT , lamt AND rACIHO. the vali
0:56 : a m Mall , 4:15 : p'm rado.
; 60 piu Cannon Ball 11:16 : a in of but
CHICAGO nil NOHTIIWUTBIUf , Live
6:50 : pm Expree" , 0:60 : p m twelve ;
0:25 : a m Pacific Exprcao , 0.05 a m
SIOUX CITT AND PACIFIC. lions
ropm : St. I' ul K press , 8.60 a in lustrate
Day Kxpresn 0:50pm :
UNION I'Acicio. wo
8:00 : pm Western Express , 8:35 a m brother
11:00 : am I'aclllo Kxpruta , 4:40 : p m ort J.
7:40 : B m Local Express , 0:51 : a m
12:10 : a m Mncnln ExproHH , non coi
At Trtuiler only. ted
CUllMT TRAINS TOOUAIIA.
Leave 7:20-8:80-0:30-10:30-11:10 : : : : a. m. 1:30-2:3 : : gulch
sso4306:30:30.U:05 : : : p. in Sunday 9:30-11:10 : : ,
am i:30 : 3:30-5:30-0:30-ll:05 : : : : p , m. Arilvo 10 inln grass ;
| e liclureloavinetlmn worn
THIS BEITorKcirenra-e earlier
tor Is made ciprcisly ( or
. the euro ol ikraiiKCinenls puuhod
loftlio genoratlto organs. they ha
JTlicre In no mlttaho about
ilhlt Instrument , the con. :
tlnuous fitroam ol KLKC- Soon th
.TIUOITV | .erine tlrif | then fiv
. / through the parts must res
V torothemtoheilthyastlnn oncd
Do not conound tMi with lands ,
. . . _ . . - . . . Klectrlo BeltsKliertUcd to "
euro all Us from head to oe. It U ( or the ONE Bi > eo- '
lllo inirprow. i'or clrculw itlvlng ( ull ; inormatlon , few years
iddrt8sChce\cria < .ctrlo : JiUt Co. , 103 noaa wil
DUFHENE& MENDELHON. tic and
VW&JbiZH Ui % > 7 tOt Suflicu
Z3TBEUOVEP TO ( OMAII.V NATIONAL I1ANK
? ? 2OUO,000
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
PUNOH WITH MORE OARE ,
A Street KnlhvAy Cnr Snmslicil by
Train nt the IJronilway
Yoslordny morning there was n nnrrow
escape from n serious accident nt the
Northwestern railway crossing on Broad
way , a stroot-cnr cnmo along nnd the
driver being signaled by the flagman ,
that all was right , wont right along , and
just as ho wns crossing the track
the street car got off the rail ,
and the horses were unable to
pull it out of the way of n freight train
which wns backing down nt the timo.
The passengers skipped out of the car , so
that there was only ono Inside the car
when the freight train struck it. The
car was badly wrecked , but luckily there
was time for all to escape , except this
ono lady. This wns Mrs. Jr. Kohlor , n
widow who lives on the corner of Fourth
nvonuo nnd Seventeenth street. Ilor
oft sldo wns injured quito badly. Had
the car not gone oil' the track , there
would have bcon plenty of time to have
got out of the way of the train. The
ilagmnu in giving the signal for the atroot
car to como along , did what has boon the
custom for n long timo. There is so
much switching going on there that
hero are earn moving backward nnd for
ward most of the time , nnd when it was
ordered that thoro' would bo time for
( root cars to paas , they hnvo boon sig
nalled to do so oven when trains were
ecu to bo approaching. The accident
may stir both the strcot car
nd the railway companies to have their
imployoa use moro caution , nnd they
nay well congratulate themselves on
otting out of it with n pecuniary loss of
about § 100 , instead of having passengers
wounded or killnd. it
OATHJE IN COIjORAO.
Men "Who from Very Small Begin
nings Ilnvo Become wealthy
Valuation of Onttlo In
Colorado nt Present can
and Five Venrs
Denver Tribvmo. give
It haa boon admitted on all sides that
losses of cattle by death during the
winter were about 3 per cent of oat
those that grazed upon the public domain corn
within the state. The loss of snoop was
far from 4 per cent. The flock owners
had prepared with food lost scarcely Now
anythii . With range cattle there was n
preparation ] with feed , therefore the tor
, There is no denying the fact that ana
tho'last wasjan unusually hard and long-
continued winter , but nevertheless the is
and flock owners have como noon
smiling , and the cattlo-mon havo. bought moat
, and ; paid higher prices for young
than over before. Moro than 200- ,
OOO.cat will como from arboad , and bo
turned upon the great range. The west
half : of the state , over beyond "
Continental : divide , will double its
stock property. It was thought when of
spring opened that the extraordinary Lung
asked for stock cattle down in the
breeding country of Texas would stop now
beef-growers of Colorado and Wyo SOO
from I buying. This has not boon
caso. Every bullock offered for sale
found a purchaser. Honey was plen
, and the mon who had made ( iO and
per cent , annually on cattle were not
to hazard the risk of a decline.
Mr. Scherror , of the Cattle Grow
association , who has invested heavily out
yearling cattle in Texas : "I cannot etc. ,
that young cattle will fall off as and dealer
in valuation as they will put on in Lawn
and size and numbers , So long Strcot '
government furnishes mo free pastu Floral Ing
continue to buy young cattle , eve notloo.
I pay § 1 or § 2 a head moro tha ilroM
are worth "
Then is no "question but that the lug
of stock cattle is justified by th
oi beef throughout the clvilizot
, A good bullock that will weig
pounds will bring § 80 In the Ch
market or $125 in the market o MO.
. Now , from the time the brut
purchased at 317 , as n yearling , aiu
IK is 4 years old , need not cost t
§ 0 for herding and othorwh
for. Add § 5 moro for his dent
and you have an animal ready fo
shambles that has cost but § 26
him § 5 for his transportation t
and ho has cost you § 33. If h
you § 80 at the butcher's blockho
yielded § 47. This calculation is baaot
the theory of handling cattle ii
of from ono thousand upward. A
on those plains Mho has loss than i
: head of cattle is considcrec
indeed. It ia Uio finest business it
government furnishes the pasture
tli hungry millions furnish the
, Captlo grow and thrive anc
while the husbandman Bleeps.
sun cures the hay upon the ground ,
the calf and the bullock gather ii
the reaper. -
ihoro is great and increasing
i the bovine needs no gainsaying.
the cattle of the atito are worth cina
J50,000,000 , and are owned by from six
eight hundred mori. Now , If these
representing : § 50,000,000 ba loft
five , years they will double their
, BO that the mon who to-day KAlISAi
worth 550,000,000 will bo 'worth Oinali.i
SIOO.000,000 in 1889.
can scarcely estimate too highly
value of the great grass crop of Cole
Wheat and the ether cereals are
secondary consideration. Says the
Stock Kocord : "dross in the past
yoaru has added a hundred mil JV7
to the wealth of the stato. To H-
what it has done for a few men nlla Atl'corln , C'ln
mention the case of the Wilson tliugont
Andrew , William J.and Rob-
Loss than twenty years ago those iicf"nt :
commenced grazing cattle on a Hin [ llnlnK
scale , twenty-fire miles from Den ; . 'urB
in what was known us Sampson's run ' daily
in i the Cherry Crook country. The MolncH [ 'hlciiKoatui
was plenty , hut the Wilson cattle l < ) jiilu
fow. From running
the annoyance of In- Lincoln
their program wns ilow during the Cltv ' nil
years ; , but they had a purpose nd Iii <
steadily along. In a few yoara
had accumulated a thousand head of ' Solid
then progress became moro rapid. nnil fro
they had two thousand then three ,
five , then ton , and at last they reck- with lt
their t cattle by the tons of thou- nnd I'ei
last the older brother , Andrew , a biutkaand Hiai
binoe , retired from the buaN ST. L01
with 8500,000 ; and now the second
, William J. , closes a sale of cat- MNJJ It 14 o
lands to an Kngliah oyndicato for ' i- : ' l In
, while the younger brother , Finest
. < ! . , is Btlll iu the field and fast up-
hn ! olilnr.i in material wealth , ThrouKh
it i to eay tha combined wealth of It. . IC.coi
Wilson brotheru to-day will exceed I T , J. '
, 1 \
I know of nothing bolter than hay cnt
nbout oiiO'half inch loni ; to pack eggs in.
It is li ht and clastic , two very import
ant things. The way 1 do it la this :
Place n paper. tn the bottom of the bnsk-
ot to keep the hay in ; put about ono nnd
n half inches of cut hay in ; nftor it ia
pressed down put another paper oror the
layer , ; then fill the basket to the rim ;
mnko n hole with the forefinger , com *
moncing near the rim of the basket ; put
the naked egg In and proceed with the
next , leaving about ono-hnlf inch upnco
between the eggs. When , nll nro in fciko
n handful of cut hay , free of lour hay ,
and lot it drop botwcon the ogga to fill
socuroly. Pill up n little rounding over
the rim. Ilnvo n thin board , planed and
cut the aizo of the intido oi the rim ,
proas down below surface of rim ; with n
brnd nwl mnko holes in the rim nnd stick
nails over the lid , six or eight of them.
Then stick the nwl in the edge of board
on each sldo , nnd press nails in for nscnl ;
the eggs will never got looao in ouch n
Always try the ogga by alt iking thorn
together ; if sound they will ring. I never
hoard any complaint nbout my packing ,
Oat Meal Tor Poultry.
Oat are cheap and can bo procured in
the ; ground condition or ai whole grains.
They nro most serviceable when ground ,
but contain quito a largo quantity of
refuse The bettor plan of feeding ground
oats is to sift them , using the finer par-
ions for : chicks nnd the coarser parts for
growr ; stock. But , in feeding such
uaterial , some care is necessary , or
damage ; will bo done in causing the crops
to become bound , and while the oat meal
s very nutritious something plso must
bo > given with the coarse material.
luf feeding young chicks nothing is hot-
tor than ; oat meal. Tnko ono pint of
meal , ouo pint of corn meal , half n pint
of fine bran ( shipstuff ) and add enough
milk , buttermilk , whey or clabber to
make it of rather stiff consistency , and
then add sufficient boiling water to heat
t through , provided it is not made tco
soft , Buforo adding the milk , mix with
thu dry meal a spoonful of ginger , rod
pepper and pulverized copperas , and
three teaspoonfuls 1 ot ground bonollusood
meal and : ground oyster shells. Mix the no }
whole thoroughly , and food to young any
chicks morning and night as much as they made
oat up clean , and they will have a
perfect food , grow , keep healthy and bo
subject to but little disease. At noon
them as much wheat as they will eater
cracked corn ono day atid wheat the
next The coarser parts of the oat meal
should bo mixed as follows : Ono part
moa ] , ono part bran and two.parts
meal. Add to each quart of the
mixture a tablespoonful cf gingora tablespoonful -
spoonful of pepper , copperas and salt.
add half a cup of linseed meal , half
cup ground f boiio nnd half a cup of oys
shells. Mix with milk or hot water ,
food it to the adult fowls in the
morniti . At night give wholegrains. It
not necessary to feed adult fowls nt
nooni , unless it bo green stuff. A little
should bo given with the so'ft food
whenever It can bo done , but the milk ,
linseed meal and oat meal are good substitutes
stitutcf , as they contain nitrogen largely.
"Whs causes the great rush at Schroter" &
Bocht's Drug Store ? " The free distribution
sample bottles of Dr. Bosnnko'a Cough and
J Syrup , the most popular remedy for
, Colds , Consumption oud Bronchitis
oil the market , llegular size CO cents and
JAMES Y CEAI& iirallya
, , FOR
AND FLORIST. ChlCQKi |
Plans Bpeclflcatlons and estimates of coat ot laying
now or remodeling old lawns , trading , sodding , Dr .
will bo furnished on application. Oroner and
ID all kinds of Flowers , Shruba , Ornamental
Shad Trees. Juat the thin ? ( or Cemetery or Dr.
Decoration. Green Uouso and Nursery
, near Fort Omaha. Cut Flowers and Flower-
1'lant 3 In pots ( or sale at all seasons , and any
Designs or Bouquets made up on the shortest
. Orders < by mall promptly attended to.
P. O. l Box OS'S Omah . N eb.
T. 0. Tlio
. . , posala
BREEDER OF 45 cot
. VALLEY , - - - IOWA.
"Send ( or Circulars "
GV-OX2 ? T 3V-
PEINCIPAL LINE Snpporti'iJ
0 , r KOIMA & ST. LOUIS ,
iiv WAV or Till
OMAHA AND LINCOLN TO DENVEK
, jy 10-n
CITY AND ATCHISON to DEUVBR
in t'nlon Depots nt KiuiMwClly ,
. inul Dunvui'Wlth tliruucli tuiliiH lor
nsr zsj nsrcis
Anil ull points in tlici Gieut W < tst.
fimiul Union Depot ill Chicago
ultli tliroiiKli tialiis Tor > .ro the
: ? W Y OJtK , Ji O , S' T O N ,
And all KiiHtnrn OltlfH.
with llnoimh tnuiiH lor Indliinn ; ) .
Clnclmmtl , Coliimlins , and all jioliitH In
thogonth.JIaiU. At SI. I.ouU with thiunuh
lor < all polutH Hontli.
" Day CiinclifH , I'nilor C'urx ,
Olialid ( HcntH lieu ) , ijinolcliiK Cars with
( C'luilif , I'ullinaii J'alaci ) Slciijilnii
and Ilio luiuons ' U. II. &O. DlnliiK Cara Improvi
tonnd 1'ioin nhlciiKO and Kansas City ,
Council jilniHoiilciiK" nnd Di-s been
, UhlcUKO , HI. Joaupli , Atuhlhon nnd oll'or
without clmiiK" . only thionxh llni'
tlinlr own tinlim lictwfcn uhlcaco , Fui
and Denver , anil ahlcaj.'o , h'iin as
and Iiunvrr. 'J'liroii''li c.u-j brtwuoii
Iiiiuiliollflnnd Council Jilnini , via 1'uorln
' IVOUTII AM ) SOUTH , On
, imniiiKlon , Cedar Kaiild While
t. I'aul and Mlniicunollaj price
1'uuil.i. UccllnliiK ( JnlyoniOlianniol'ciUH ( 'luura to nnd ( luini fel. lic they
nnd Urn .Molni'.s , IOHM Lincoln , :
U-nvcr ( , Colonido.
also the ( inly TJnouli ; J.lno bfciwopri Feri
LOUIS , UIlfflEAPOLIB ana ST. PAUL.
known as tlio ftrciit TIIHOUiill OAU
of America , mid Is unlvi-ivally uUinit
I JO tllU
EjuJppsd ; naSlroad Jn the TiTcrld ftr
all claKeo cf Travel ,
Tlclicts via th.o line for al ( > tttlU'
I'OTTOII. J'KRCKVAI. ' I.OWBI.I ' , , 1210
(117 ( St , Chnrlps SI. , SI. Lonl , Jfo.
A tf n1 r r dnu e < o M dk l C < HUM , li > < | i f o lon
ti > ettn li | * -
na nitvon I > i ii t lhm HT ort r r ilfl ii l
u fltr J > ip" * " * II W r'1"1'1 , ' ll10 *
Nervous Prostration , Dcblillv , Menial And
Physical Weakness ; Mercurial and other Altec.
( Ions ot Throat , Skin or Doncs , Blood Poisoning ,
old Sores and Ulcers , ro tmir.t * ith tot r ! uw
urrMlonUlc tiflf lin r > rlnflpU . rtt'tlr I'rKit.lj.
Diseases Arising from Indiscretion Excess ,
Exposure or Indulgence. hlrh rtoJnco > m of ih
lollo ln tflrfll ! BftieniMM , drMlilr , < Umn i nlhl
and deffctltp tiifmor/ l Imritri f n Ilie fore r-h iirtidMtr.
mil < mtolh IMIMJ or ffrctlti , fonfu-Ui t > r l ! < , , , tt . ,
rendering MurrUco Improper or unhirry , m
rcrmnifitljtuml , r mphlill ( MKMMI ) lh tVoir.itnl
( Mtrttrd entHtr * , free to BUT d lrr. * . CcmuHfttlon l r
fitter 1.7 tn llrrr ? , n.Un lctJ. Write forqucitlooi.
A Positive Written Guarantee
tclrt * la til carble f AIM. UMIdnfitrat eury fthrr * .
I'umphltti , Enellih or Oormtn , 04 p cci , rti .
crlbtns bovoUiiea t , inmate or fcm i , t'itEE.
MARRIAGE GUIDE !
tGOr CM , fine rUlci. Illn > tr ln1 In rl lh "M clltklnJInt
toe , niomjtrfoiuitei mM p fo < f" , JSc. tu , | , ,0
conuloi ill ihe torloni , doubtful ,
or .Ut > MH > m u
know. A boot ttitmt | nlcr' < t 1 ° il UtUli ,
> ro ftcuitcl bIII Jilco.
S , H. ATWOOD
Plnttsmouth , . - - - - Neb
( RIADIB or TnoKOuonmiBU AND man asm
HEREFOBD AND JERSEY CATTLE
AMD DUROO OR J1JUIIT BXD
laTTonne utoak for lo. OorroBotnlen < xi toll ted
SCHMELING & BBLSOUNEIl ,
C21 South Ifitli , tatnccn Jackeon and Jones Sts.
Job Work n Roofing. Outtcrluc , Etc. , | > rouiitl | ;
A , CAJORI ,
N. E. Cor. 10th nnd Pacific Sta.
SODA WATER !
PBESCIlirTIONS CAUKFUtLY COMPOUND ! ' , ) ) ,
MAQISrun OP PATiMYSTEIlY AND CONDITION
AtlSr 3J3 : rcnth ctreet , botwcon Farnam and Hnr-
' , n 111 with the aid of guardian spirits , olitalnlnff
ono fjlanco [ or the past and present , and iha
certain condition In the future. Boots and shoos
to order. < Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
IN THE PASTRY
VnnlllnlC.cmniiOrange , clc.nnvor Cnhei , ;
enm , l'ii < lilliiKi , < < : c.u dnllcntcly nnil nut
a > the fruit from which they lire iniulc.
STRENGTH AXI ) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALOJiE. of
FftlPtltID Kf THI
Prtce Baking Powder Co. , '
, III. 6t. Louia , Mo.
MAKER ! Or
Price's Cream Baking Powder
Price's lupulin Ycnst Gems ,
Ileot Dry Hop Ycuit.
SAXJC xj-s * o-xaoczosc.
WE HAKE BUT ONE QUAHTV.
II. k M. Itallroad Co. , will rccoho sealed pro
(01 tlig house and mpratcmcntaon the north
of lot 1 , block 221 , Omaha ; homo and 1m-
iro\orients on west hnlot82Sand | ( 33 , Ilartnmnn
: house on west hal ( of lot 3. Mock 7 , Wll
addition. ! All bids to lie opened nt 12 m. July
18SI. FHANK it. DININNY ,
fffffDAT & Five
ar-tatlylOt tSa 3.O , \
AND 8 A T U It I ) A Y U A T I N i : Uj
Annual Tour of the 1'iir.nicf t Ocrraan
Icct Comedian K the uurld.
) appear In lili grand charaLtenzitiuns o ( a
German ( romFranl.nrt-oii-tho Jfa'ii , In
lila Comedy Drama o (
' by a Superb Diamatlc Coiovtny. | Our Ull- o.
rivalU Orchmtra ami Uiilfonuol .Military
] Jr st Band. Together wllli
O , 3FZ. . XToolK-Ol-
: HMAM.I1ST MAN IN TIIK WOULD.
rrrlcos o ( AdruliBlon 25o , Wo , aud 7Jo.
cliaiigos tnat , In a tow years , have
taken place in the innuufacturo of tbo
inproveinont nftor Inifirovomont haa
nmdo , until kccluy thu clothing
by Schlnnlc tfc'l'rinco , 1210
Furtiam etreut , is equal in every
respect to the boat
Custom Work !
at the unmo time tha luwnuni of
of the line grade of clothing
handle is no leen astonish-
int' than the
Perfection of Fit ! t'h'/Dlx > woti
AND THI : Qtuurr or /
MATERIAL : AND MAKE
Farnam Street , 1210 drna-n ItCbldento
Uj a t'Jj
United States Depository
Cor. 13th and Farnam Stn ,
T/io Oldest Banking Establishment
in Omaha ,
SUOCR3SOR3 TO KOUNT/K BKOTIIKIU.
organised In 1808.
Organized M a National Bnnk In
OAl'ITAIj . S20D.OOU
SUIU'IAJS AND VKOFITS $150,000
HIMUN KOOXTII , I'rwslilpnl.
Jonn A , CmioMTOM , Vlci
A ausrrs KOUKTII ,
A , J , rorrLiTOK.
F. H. DAVIS , CMtltl
' n. Madeira , AmlaUnt CMhlor.
Tr n ct ( rrnrrtl bunklni ; budnonn. tfvnra
coitlflrato bc rlDR Intercut. Drawa ilufli en
Fr ncltoo tdil prlnolptl eltloa In the United Ql
Abe iKindon. Dublin , RllnburRh KDI ) | ht prln
Hies rl tblt continent nnil '
Authorized Cnpitul. - $1,000,000
, - - 100,000
Surplus Fund , - - - 70,000
BANKING OFFICE I
N. W. Cor , Farnam ana 12th Sts
BARK Moarnr , President. I SiM'tK. ROOIRR , V-r
BIN. B. WOOD , Cashier. | LUTIIIR URAKM , A
Frtnh Iftirjihy , S mucl E. Honors , Bon. 11. Wood
Cliarlce 0. House ] , A. D. Jones , I.uthor lr ko.
Transact k General Banking IHinlneea. Allwhi
mvo Any Danklne bwlnca.1 ta trunwict arc Invited
call. No matter how larce or mull the transaction
t will receive our careful attention , and wo promlti
always courteous treatment.
Para particular attention to business for partlei
esldlni ; outBldo the city. KxshanRO on all the prln
dpal cltlet of the United Statcaat very lowest ratei.
Aooounta of Bank * and Bankers rooolrcJ on faror
.bio to HUB.
( sauca Certlfloalo ot Deposit bearing 6 pet eon
Buys and sells Foreign Exchange , CountJCll
and Government BoourHlnn
S , W Cor , Farnam and 12th Sis ,
Capital , - - $100,000.00
G. W. HAMILTON , Pros't.
S. 8. CALDWELL , V. Proo't.
M. T. BARLOW , Caehlot
. S. OAX.DWEII , 8. F. SMITH ,
. W. HAMIITON , M. T. BAIUOTV ,
0. WILL HAMILTON.
Accounts nollcltor * . and leapt sub
oct to sight chock.
Cortlflcatoo of Deposit lasuod iiav
able In 3,0 and 12 months , bonrlng
ntorost , or on domnnd without In-
Advances made to customers on
approved socurltloo at market rate
The Interests of Oustomore nrt
c'oooly guarded and every facility
compatible with principles of
sound banking freely extended. over
Draw sight drafts on EnglandIro
and , Scotland , and all parts of Eu-
Soil European Paosa o Tlckota
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADB ,
Cor. 13th and Douglas Sts.
Capital Stock , - - - 8150,000'
Liability of Stockholders , 300,000
Per Coot Intel Paid on Deposits
\OANSMADE ON HEAL ESTATE
OCQ.OOX-CJ tSa X > ixrootoxrist
AHKSK. I1OYI ) I'/esIiIoiil
. tlKNNOTT Vlco 1'iojldcnt
A. I'AXTON , Utmvfing Dlrootor
OIINK. WILHUJl ( IwMcr
r.JrANDKUHON , TII03. J , .
. OANNfrrr , MAX MKXKK ,
KNKY 1'UNDT. K L. HIONIi
CHAELES RIEWE ,
AND DEAWJIl IN
dclalic Cases , Gofflns , Caskets , Slironds ,
ETC. , ETC. ,
) Fnnmin tit. , OMAHA , NKU
orders promptly attended to. Tclcphom
14TH STREET , BET. FARNAM
DRSXEL & MAUL ,
( SUCOKSSOKS TO JOIIN 0. JACOI1H )
UTOEBTAKEES ! AND teiun
old nUnil KIT F rn m etroot. Orderi by
uollcltcd and promptly attcoted to.
H , K , BUBKET
u OIRECTflll AUO EMBALMER
111 North ICth Btrcot Urnan *
Aeuyrnno * Co. , ol ; x > cdcn , C > ch
, N. f. , CiplUI , woUQ.v
1/ioWTorci.untJ , ol KowwV , K. J. , Ca lUt l.i .ODO.t-- )
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SAB , E. PEABOUX m , D ,
PHYSICIAN & SDTEGBOH ,
No. 1407 Jonci tit. Olncc. No 150
Htruet , OKi'j bourn IZm. to 1 p. m , au < !
j > U 'U. 'jiijjui ' t * > t . -.il\'t \
THE OEGAPEST PLAGE 1JN UMAHA TO BUT
TONE'S ' ,
Ono of the Beat and largest Stocks in'tho United State ?
to select from.
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER ELEVATOR ,
IT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOUND I
Where They Can Enjoy Pure Air & Water !
And all of the good aud pleasant things that to malco
go up a com
plete and happy existence.
The town of South Omaha is situated south of the city of Omaha
on the line of the II. P. iluihyny. and it is less than 2 miles from the
Oniitha post office to the north line of the town site.
South Omaha is nearly H miles north and south by 2i east and
west , and covers an area of nearly foursquare miles ,
The stock yards are at the extreme southern limit.
Nearly 160 lota hayo been sold find the demand is on the increase
The yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The 00,000 beef packing house is progressing ; finely.
The $30,000 Water Works are keeping pace with the other im '
provcments , aud the Hotel and Exchange Building will be erected at once
The B. & M. and Belt Line Railways have n largo force of men at
work and will , in connection with the U. P. Railway , have a union depot
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will bo
furnished for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
cheaper than they are to-day.
257"Apply attlio Company's office , cor. of 13th and Douglas streets
the Oma '
HAS THE LAHGEST AND CHEAPEST
KEROSENE AND GASOLINE STOVES ALWAYS ON HAND.
Headquarters for the Cclobrated Wronght-Jrou
GOODS DKMVKUUD TO ANY PAIIT 01" THIC CITY OH THE DKI'OTS.
G15 and 017 North Kith St. , bet. California and Webster.
23-d coj.w cow-2m
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED
1118 FAHNAM STREET , . . - OMAHA , NEB
Double and Single Acting Power ana Hand
Engine Tmnmingo , Mining Machinery , Bolting , HOBO , Brass and Iron
Packing at wholesale and retail. HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , OIIURCH
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
The Palnco Hotel of Denver.
Oor , Seventeenth and Lawrence Sts
Kooms 75e to (2.00 pir day , Bpcclil lUtea by the Month.
THE FINEST TABLE JN THE WEST.
Can ducted on the Amorictm nnd European Plans.
Board § 7 l > or week.
S , CONDON , - - PEOPB 1ETO
0. F. GQOBMAH ,
AND DEALER IN
QMlifl , NEBRASKA.
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