Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1884)
OMAHA DAlJUi'-tiEIE .MONDAY OCTOBER lit 1884 o
THE LAST GAMES ,
The Union 1'nclltc'a Season nf Glo
rious , Victories Closes lit Defeat.
A fair nudionco witnessed at St. Mary's
Avenue pirkyoaterday the closing gntno of
local base ball season. Instead of mar-
thoshatling heir best onorgics'for this lust
contest , the Union Pacifies entered the
game ns completely crippled ns the moat
ingenious enemy could have desired. Ex
cepting Dvyor and Wnlsh , not n man oc
cupied his usual position , and a certain
Mr. Berry , totally unknown to
the Omaha diamond , waa entrusted
with the responsibility of pitch
ing. The result indicated that the
trust , unless granted with premedi
tated intention on suicide , waa sadly
misplaced. In the shameless language
of the vulgar , Berry was "pio" for the
Evansvlllcs and the totals of doubles and
tripplca pounded out of the 'gentleman
is amazing , Very fortunately no official
score waakept and the baao ball repor
ter was denied a score card. Ilpncc , the
disgraceful record of the exhibition is
charitably kept from publication.
Snood , atrangoly located at second ,
courteously gave the visitors the polite
advantage of a few wild throws. Des
pite thoao slight disadvantages , it ia
scarcely to bo doubted that
had ono of the regular pitchars
occupied that box the homo nine could
have won the game as their batting aver
age was well sustained and Crowoll was
knocked out for six fairly earned runs.
Taylor merits the honor of thp most
phenomenal piece of fielding oxnlbitod on
the grounds this seaaou. Ono of the
slugging guoats hit a long , low scorcher to
center and Taylor after running back
and turning sharply again into some
almost impossible attitude seized the ball ,
with ono hand , by its fiery whiskers as it
sped over its head. A perfect storm of
applause greeted this marvelous feat.
Taylor by the way , has shown
himaold during the brief inter
val of engagement here to
bo n thorough master of hi ) profession.
Although suffering almost contiuuoualy
from illness during his residence here and
crippled , in sustaining his batting aver
age , ho has the satisfaction of knowing
that hia services are publicly appreciated
as of the best in the whole excellent
team. Immensely satisfied with the record
ord of ' 81 , the people of Omaha , with re
gret , bid farewell for the winter to the
Union Pacifies , in the hope that the re
turn of summer can BOO them again at
their places on the local field.
The BEG will later publish the disposi
tion which the boys will make of them
selves tor the winter. Once for all it
can be said in reply to the general ques
tion , uono of the Union Pacific member
ship has as yet signed abroad for the next
The Union Pacific benefit given on
Saturday afternoon was witnessed by
about 1,000 people. O'Loary , the m an-
ager of the nine played right field and
manifested his base ball prowess by mak
ing a clean three baser. In the first
inning the Union Pacifica batted Orowoll
for six clean hits , making a total of three
earned runs. The game waa an exciting
one , and at two or three points in the
game enthusiasm ran high.
Following is the score.
. . . . . . , .
V itVUllUUUU , lit * * 1 V Ju * w
Taylor. 1. f
37 7 8 * H5 10 3
* Unly one man put out in ninth inning.
All H UH PO A. K
Sowdcre , Ib 5 0 1 10 0 0
Thompson , 1. f 5
Board , s. s
Goldsby , c. f. [
Hillery , 3b
Rafferty,2b 3 0 0. 4 4 2
Ciowoll , p 4 3
Totals. . . . .
38 8 13 27 10 7
Hyansvilles. 0 000020 42 * 8
Union Pacifies. . . 5 00000101 7
* Not finished.
Three-baso-hit Thompson , O'Loary.
Two-baso hits Beard , Hillery.
Earned runs Union Pacific * , 3 ; KvaiiHvillo ,
Passed balls Marr , 1.
Wild pith McKelvy.
Double plajB AlcColvy , Dwyer , Whitney ,
Struck out By McKelvy , 2 ; by Crwell , 4.
Time of game 2 hours.
FOE KINDNESS SHOWN ,
fllr. S , H. H , Clark Ia Presented with
a Testimonial by tlio Union
I'uclllo Shopmen ,
Liat Saturday evening omployoea of
the Union PaciQo shops , about 30G
strong , led by the Union Pacific' band
and accompanied by the Oinaha Glee
club , marched to the residence of Mr. S.
TI. H. Clark on Dodge street to formally
present him a testimonial of their eatown ,
for him whom they had learned to love
many years ago. Mr. Clark who had
gene west uomo days before waa expected
homo that evening bat unfortunately did
not arrive. The testimonial was a beau
tifully engrossed address which was to
have been read and presented to their
Jato auporintondhnt but which waa ac
cepted for her husband by Mrs. Olark.
An invitation to return was extended by
Mrs , Olark , after which the Glee club
aang several aoloctiona and the band
played several pieces ,
TI1K TKSIISIONIAh BEAU AH POLLOWH :
Mr. Clark , llespectcd Sir : To-night ym
tt'o gathered before you the employes of tlu
IT. 1' . railway , ssmo of whom have servei
nineteen years , moat of them under you n
your Boveral positions aa division superintend
ert , general auperintendeiit , general manager
and vice president of the great Union I'acitii
Your friendly notice , announcing that aftc
eighteen years of unremitting labor in the in
ttrests of the company , you felt It linperatlvi
un you to so\er jour official coinmuiiltatlol
with it , has boon recshed. We come hott1
to-night , sir , to bid you a formal and reepectfu
faro well , mid to express our fcincero regret
that the condition of your health renders i
impossible for you longer tu continue to ihroc
to too mcasnro of your liking the varied iutei
esta of this great corporation which your labor
iu the past have done so much to build up.
In paitlng from you as our honored and r oVI
unacted head and leader for so many } earn , w
wish to give expression to the unanimous an
r wUrjeou8 feelings of those who haobeen m
tier your management , that In each and ever
pok'uiou you have Keen called to fill , you hav
whou n yourself a noblu pxump'e of a man true t
the truit repojed in you , whether by employer
mplovaj thoroughly appreciating that capita
h > a its duties and rCBKnisH'illtiM ( ' , ua well t
it rlgh'sj and to your credit ba it eaid th , :
' ir h" t h-s always beat kindly for tl
weaker tide. I * the name of the employes of
the Union Pacific Kali way company , we , the
comn ittp , would beg leave to bid you a re
spectful farowcl' ' , anil wo trust that prosperity
will attend yon and yours In all futnro rela
tions of life.
OKO. 15. Sin\TMAX , Uiiholntetlngdept.
D.u in Kso.N , lUachlno "
.Toiix JKNKISS , Drawing "
SAUL. McAtiMFFK , Carpenter "
OKOliduWlLSO.v , Tinner "
HAML. Nsiaox , l-'oundry "
PAHI.KV M , HAHTSOY , Painting "
F. W. UoNNF.VIH , Blacksmith "
THE GEBMAN THEATER ,
Mailnmo 1'otlphnr ns Presented nt the
Stmlt XhoMor Ijnst NlK' t.
The cosy little Gorman theater vrna
crowded last night on the occaiiou of the
presentation of the famous drama by
Duohon , entitled "Madamo Potiphar. "
Miss Spahan , aa Lydln , was greeted with
enthusiastic applause , and Mrs , Pula-Ahl
aa Sophie , received quito an
ovation. Mr. Molchin , as Mar ,
Played .excellently , and Mr. Pulsahl
aa Ruth was simply immense. Ono of
the moat attractive features of the per
formance was the several vocal efforts by
the principal artists. The aconic oflocts
were above the average , and it was very
evident that the play took immensely.
At the conclusion of the final act quito
an outburst of applauao was showered
by the audience , and the only way to
pacify them waa by the principal actors
presenting themselves to the audience
and bowing tholr acknowledgments. It
certainly was an eminently successful
County's Debts ,
The regular weekly session of the Board of
County Commissioners waa held last Saturday
at which the following bills were allowed :
T. J.IIickoy SG8.23
II. Tcige -12.75
Chas. Schumann 45.0)
Jno Kosackor 33.00
Wm. Bowling 99.00
Wm. Bowling 57.68
Kugeno Whitney 3.00
Thoa. Klchlo 21/0
T. llickoy G.OO
Geo. McKInsio 40.50
Bowey & Stone $21.00
J. B. French . ' 48.15
B. ITitxpatnlck 500.00
I ) , ntzpatiick 1,761.49
U. Bierbach 80
Geo. Smith 89.00
Jas. Taggart 2.53
Chas. Kiewo 12.00
A. Brown 7.50
1'rankK. Mooros" " 13.45
Tfaos. Collins 7.00
An Eiithuslautio Republican Meeting
OBEIOIITON , Neb. , Oct. 10.
To the Editor of THE BKE.
Hon , G. W. E. Dorsoy , candidate for
congress , and J. M. Robertson , of Mad
ison , Nob. , spoke to n laigo and appre
ciative audience this evening. Three
bauds wcro in attendance representing
the towns of Niobrara , Bazilo Mills and
Creighton. A grnud display of fire
works was had early in the evening. Mr.
Dorsoy gave many good reasons , why all
good citizens , irrespective of former
party affiliations should vote for Bluino
and the republican ticket.
His ideas of the' taiflf question mot the
approval of his hoarears.
The nomination of Mr.Dorsoy has unit
ed the republican party in Knox county ,
and they will roll up a largo majority for
him and the republican ticket at the next
After Mr. Dorsoy sat down , J. M.
Robinson spoke for nearly an hour , com
paring the great American statesman ,
Blaine , and the loyal General Logan ,
with the democratic candidates for presi
dent and vice president , and the republi
can with the democratic party , and their
past records. His remarks were receiv
ed with frequent applause ,
The Wheelman's Tournament ,
The first bicycle tournament of No-
braska was held in this city Saturday af
ternoon , in Athletic park. About 400
people witnessed the eport , which was
most interesting to those present. The
following are the names of the medals
and winners :
One-half mile F. M.Shaw , Glenwood ,
Ia , , $25 gold medal.
One mile W. Patterson , Toronto ,
Canada , § 20 gold medal.
Two miles W. Patterson , Toronto ,
Canada , § 50 silver cup.
Three miles W. Patterson , Toronto ,
Canada , $35 gold medal.
Five miles John Nicholson , of Min
neapolis , § 50 gold medal.
Fancy rider's alow race by Wm. Pat
terson , Toronto. Prizes , cyclometer and
District Court ,
The case of Berthold against Guy ,
which was begun Thursday morning to a
jury , ended in an abortive trial yesterday
morning : This makes the third time
this cause has been * trcd. ! In the first
trial a verdict was rendered for the defendant -
fondant , Trhlch was afterward sot aside ,
owing to an erroneous instruction to the
jury , on a motion for a now trial. The
second ended in a disagreement by the
jury. The casa on the third waa closed
at 2 p. m. Saturday , nnd yesterday
morning , after being out all night , the
jury was unable to agree and waa dis
charged by the court.
Exchange London Cable.
Mr. John llanimon , the owner of St. ( ! a-
tlons , estimates tu net winnings on the turl
during the present racing season at the enor
mous sum of § 750,000. Ills winnings on tin
Derby alone were 5150,000 , and those of the
last two or three years amounted to S 100,000 ,
Mr. Hammond' * proudest boost to-day ia thai
twenty years ago ho waa employed In cleaning
boots outside of a sporting hotel at Kpsom ,
Ho be an his career on the turf as stable Ixiy ,
Next ho became a jockey , and when ho gron
too heavy to rlda hu became n touter. He
pursued this calling until ho became fnmn
dally strong enough tn be an investor nn hl (
own account , HID caio r an a winner luia
been meteoric , nnd his lack nas bean phenonv
onal. Ho bought Ht , ( Jatiena and l''lorcnc ' <
for 815. ,000 , and has won in nro than ten tlmei
than that amount with each animal this OIK
season , capturing tha Derby , the Manthestei
cup , the Ascot gold vase , tlio Gennrewlti.li am
a ( Wen minor nvontH Air , Hammond ill
great friend of 1'rod Archer , thu most famou
of KnglUh jockeys , An her hag ju > t brough
itite for libel against the MorniiiK Post fo
o- uggpsting that ho had ridden falsely during
) tha JJoncubter and Newmarket meetings.
Q. * nivi.n j/ioij&afj i OUriED
Uy Dr. Krazler'a Maxlo Ointment. Cures a
vote If by magic : Pimplen , lllafck Heads or Gruba
to Blotched and Kruptlona on the face , leaving
ro the ekin clear and beautiful. Also cure * Itcli
Halt Hhoum , Sore Nipple , Sore Lips and old
Oh.tliiato Ulcers , Hold by druggist * ! u
at mailed on receipt of pi ice , CO cents. Soldb
ho Kuhn & Co. and C. F. Goodman.
THE DOME CITY.
Tlio nc.iutttul Oily on tlio Porno ot tlio
Special corrc pundcnco to TIIK URK.
] ) KSVIU : , Colorado , Oclobi-r 10 ,
"AU work and no piny makoa Jack a dull
boy , " and that the old aJngo might not pro\o
true In our case , your Nebraska City correspondent
pendent a week ago hied aboard the train
bound for a little "play" or sight-teeing in
Denver and the Kockies.
Taktop the 11. k M. train at Nebraska City
nothiug of Importance transpired nn route
ea\ont Unmlilln , Nob. , whcro a couple who
wore eloping to Lincoln to got married wore
pounced upon by the Irate father and brother
of the young lady and comncltod to forego
their trip to the Capitol city for ttat tlmo.
However , wo learned elnco that "Lovo laughfl
at locksmith * , " and that they got oft later nnd
wcro finally mnilo " 1" by the Lincoln judge.
wo took the through 11 , & Itf. train for Denver ,
nnd right hero allow UH to gently watblo that
for good road , line nnd well appointed cars
and courteous employes ( ho U , M. ] ! , It.
can't bo bout , and wo Iioartlly rccoimnond that
road to any touriit who may want toIjit the
Kockica or other sights of the west , llulfot
sleeping cars nro run bet ween Knusi 8 City nnd
Denver , wherein the \\oary traveler can sit nt
eivso nnd partnko of hot colTeo nnd lunch and
that for n reasonable pneo too. Wo arrhod
in Denver at 0 a. in. , and after breakfasting
forthwith lost no tlmo in seeing the Rights of
the "Queen City. " Denver Booms like most of
the western cities to bo enjoying ( ! ) a
qUHrtUllE OK 1IUS1.NKSH
like unto n woll-conducted graveyard , But a
email i tn of building operations nro going on
nt present nnd there is nn over-abumlanco < if
unemployed cnrpcntor.s and day Inborcra , ' 1 In
"Now Albany" hotel nnd the Barclay brick
block , \vhlch ia being erected by n syndicate
of Knglish capitalists , nra the only improve
ments in the bnildln ; line worthy of mention ,
The cost of each Is n'out 8100,000.
The N. M. and Ii. exposition , which has
just closed , was very successful as regards the
display in each and every dop.irtnipnt , but In
point of attendance it was very slim. How
ever , thu people of Denver and Colorado have
reason to bo proud of their exposition tlio
attendance being no fault of theirs and wo
predict In after yo.irs , when filthy lucre U n
little more abundant , thnt Denver will ba
crowded with eastern pcoolo intent on seeing
the exposition and other sights In nnd around
Denver. The largest crowd the exposition
saw was on
HONKERS' DAY ,
Thursday , September 25when , it is estimated ,
that ; about six thousand xouls wore in Uo
building. The exercises on this occasion being
under the auspices of the old.eottlen ) , woio In
teresting nnd entertaining. They consisted
in part of speeches , music , banquet , etc. ,
etc. At 1 o'clock occurred
Tin : MAimucii
of two old eettlcra. llo n sturdy old farmer
of nearly fourscore yearn , she a blushing damsel -
sol of nigh seventy year * , the grandmpthor of
five children , and who had taken this awful
step in lifo thro. ) times pravbus to this. Tlio
happy couple were presented with an elegant
satiu-covercd rocking-chair by ono of the largo
furniture firms represented in the building.
The exercises nf Pioneers' Day closed with a
grand ball In the evening , at which Byron's
"ON WITH THE DANCK LET JOV 11B UNCON-
was indulged in by the sturdy pioncorii of
Colorado until the woo nma hours. In riding
through the the country adjacent to Denver
your correspondent is surprised at the
ST8TUM Or 11UUGATJON
as practiced on M sides , and which to a ) ; or-
spu bora nnd raiecd in Nebraska , where kind
I'rovidonco ' irrigates our land in a natural
way , it is a curious sight to gee the various
farms crossed nnd recrossed by trenches ,
wherein flowing water is introduced.
Sovonty-fivo miles from Denver on the Den
ver & Illo Grade lluilway is Colorado Springs ,
a famous resort for invalid" , nud from which
point tlio Garden of tlio Gds , Monument
1'ai k nnd Cave of the Winds , three of Cole
rado's great natural curiosities , which wo
wanted to see , are within easy roach. Wo ar
rived at the Springs nt 1 a. in. , and being A
rather unreasonable hour for 8iht-Beeng ! , wo
betook ourselves to the firBt _ hotel convenient
to the depot , for a bed until daybreak. The
hotel our weary footsteps guided proved to bo
' The Antlers , at which wo ad visa nil Nubras-
kans who are out that way and want to bo
ssalpod of all they have to stop. Wo were as-
eicncd a bed in nn apparently 75 cent room
and was surprised the uoxt morning when the
modest hotel clerk informed us that our bill
for lodging was on $2,00. Wo would label
this downright robbery with a big " 11" in our
own etito , but here It is resoit price for ' 'Ten
derfoot" from the eabt. WobeiogaTcndcrfoot
wns obliged to succumb to the inevitable ,
liight here allow us to inform the readers of
Tui : BKE that notwithstanding wo wcro a
newspaper man with just "dead oodles" of
money , wo did not coii'tuscond to grace the
Antlers with our presence after the breakfast
Three miles from Colorado Springs IB the
GAISDEN OK TUB OODH ,
wherein uaturo has fairly outdid itself in
carving gods , goddoasos and other fantastic
shapes out of the solid rock. The tiip through
the garden consumes half a day and Is ono
well worthy of taking , A Blunt distance
from tha Garden of the Gods is the
CAVE Or TUB WINDS ,
the most celebrated cave In the country save
thp Mammoth of Kentucky. This cave con
tains upwards of eighty navigable chambers-
beautiful nnd wonderful to behold through
whic'j a guide thows visitors for SI par hojd.
Monument park , afmv miles from the cavo.
ia nuottier sample of nature's wonderful
sculpturing , 'Wo have not the gptco in this
letter to particnlaiizo on the nights of the
above parks nnd cave , but will merely suy
that they are numerous and truly wonderful.
While roaming around Colorado Springs waitIng -
Ing for the tram , wo espied n sorry dilapi
dated specimen of the genius tramp "hoofing
if along tbo railroad tract to Denver , Wu
did not question him but concluded at unco
that it had been a wealthy patron of the
Antlers who had stopped n week at that cara
vansary before inqumog for his bill.
In order to enjoy a little mountain nlr and
scenery wobonrdo _ 1 the Colorado C < iitral | excursion -
cursion train ono morning bound fo'f Long-
mont. The road to this town runs nil thu way
CI.EAIl CKEKK CANON ,
This canon is said to bo tha finest and most
picturesque now navigable by railroad in thu
country and wo aft < r our experience do not
feel inclined to contradict the above assertion.
For grundour and awe inspiring mountain
tcenery the trip through Clear Creek canon
cannot bo equalled and wo will wager the
asrcrtlon that anyone coining 2000 miles to
Colorado and seeing nothing but this trip up
f the canon would feel amply repaid for tholr
trouble and expense , The principal points on
tliia road through the canon nro Idaho. Springs ,
famous for Its boiling mliior.il gjiriogu and hot
air cave , Georgetown , a tine sainplu of f a thriv-
ing go-ahcud mountain town , and Hilver
I'ltuno n f ompuatlvely new town but one
winch aa it ltd name would suggest could wear
a silver plume In its hat from the fact of fta
a'oso proximity to rich Hilver deposits ,
JMwcen Oeorgutown nnd Silver Plume is the
alreafy famous "Loop/1 where the road crosses
Itself uoverul tiinc-H in It'i endeavor to gain
higher ground. Although thin "Loop" WAH
just fmlfclied a few month * ogn it ia ulroady
very renowned and the excimlon trains * re
crowded dally , mne-tentlw of th oxcur ionlete
going to Loop nlono. The iliitancu from
Georgetown to Silver Plume 'n only four miles ,
yet in this dlatanco the road cliinln 300 fort u [
the mountain by means of the Loop , J'Vmi
inilcs from Silver 1'himo ia Longnumt , thf
tenniniu of the road , and which Id at thu fool
t ill nf tha famouu Long' * Peak , wl'oreoi
Miis Wtlton , a young lady from Now York
was frozen to death a few days ago , ThU a (
oodine of a popular and wealthy young lad ]
in doubtless famlli.tr to thu rra'lerii of Till
1U.K thrnugli the telegraph dinpatcliCH nu wi
will not tjiko up any moro Hpaoi by a rcpeti
tion of the account , but will cloio aa we him
blrt-acly , wa fnar , taken up too much of Till
* JiKK'a valuable columns with thu letter.
Best A'nngfw Winter Whcut l-'lour
§ ' 3 ftt. ) . B. French & OO.'K.
Ml'13 AN1 > 1VVY OK A .JOOKHY ,
iVOnoil Jookoy Unrns Moro thnn n
Irfon. GnptAln or n Kailitonntilo
Now York Commercial Advcrtinr.
"Who are these jockeys ? " naked the
reporter of an old turfman at Jerome
"They are stable boys who show aomo
aptitudn lor riding , and have good pluck.
Of course when they start their lines nro
not exactly caat in pleasant places There
can bo no moro disagreeable llfo than
that of n low-class jocky , hanging around
stables nnd begging for mounts. Such
nn ono is ovorybodyXacapo-gont , every
body's butt. But for n steady boy in n
good stable , who really rides well , obeys
orders , and is honest , the llfo Is not n bad
ono. Such n. boy as Mr. Lorillard'a 01-
ncyfor instance , who is a qulot.rospoctf ul ,
reliable young follow , goU to bo n favorite
with his employer , nnd ia very well treated
indeed. For n boy of that cert , the
pecuniary rewards nro considerable. A
salary of ? 80 or $100 per month sup
plemented by § 25 for riding , ? 50 for
winning n race , with occasional tips for
pulling off n big event , easily runs up io
three or four thousand dollars a year or
twice the emolument of the average
lawyer , doctor or engineer ; and fully up
to the income of the captain of nn ocean
steamer , with his great weight of reapon
sibility. Great jockeys of course do
much better than this. They nro
paid like prima-donnas or fashionable
preachers , but many of the inferior jock
eys got much loss than the liguros I have
named. Then every employe Is not ns
Lorillard's , nnd In nonio of * the purely
commercial stables the boys have n hnrd
timo. But , nftor oil. nn ordinary jockey
onrnn better wages than a boy of Ins
class nnd ago could do in any other avocation
cation , and ia regarded ns n here nnd n
nwoll by his own sot.
"But the jockey's lifo , of course , along
with the emoluments nnd honors , has
likewise its shadows. _ Ilia nerve may
fail , when his occupation is gene , for
race horaos are often vicious brutes and
very quick to detect n lack of courage
nnd decision on the part of their riders.
Even worse , the jookoy may begin to
take on ilesh , when ho either becomes too
heavy to ride , or is crndomnod to pass n
lifo of martyrdom in tno way of sweats ,
diet and medicine to keep down the
growing corpulency. To this forced
waisting may bo attributed many shorten
ed lives and broken constitutions. Thonin
moral point of view , the surroundings of
a racing stable are not especially dulect-
abl. . There are temptations to drink
and excess , destructive to nerve and
brain , and there are insidious tempta
tions to dishonestyin , riding. When the
uuacrupulouanoss of many betting man
is taken into consideration , it is credit-
nblo to the -jockeys that so few succumb.
Lastly , there is an ovor-prcsont danger
from falls and collisions. The danger is
not very serious in ordinary Hat racing ,
and oven in hurdling , for but few deaths
have occurred in the past twenty years.
Neither sort of racing is as dangoroua na
polo. But accidents do occur , nnd if
they do not cause death , often have last
ing effects in fracture and strain.
However , there nro many jockeys ,
both in this country and iu England who
survive the accidents and temptations of
n jockoy'a career , and llvo very respect
ably to good old ages. A man's fitness
or unfitnuss ia BOOH ascertained , and the
money nnd fame , if they como at all ,
como parly in lifo , when the capacity for
enjoying thorn is nt its'height. "
THIEVES ' .TOGBXUER.
The Montana Stago.Ilobbors Frator-
rilr.o with it Bnnlc Oftshlor ,
Now York Star.
A Wall street friend of mine , who has
just returned from the west , tcld mo a
rather good story yesterday. Ho said :
"I went on to the Yellowstone with a
party , and wo had n curious adventure.
There were in the crowd two brokers , n
bank cashier , n railroad man , and n
couple of Englishmen. In a lonely
spot wo were suddenly hold up by four
mounted road-agento , who with carbines
leveled nt our heads shouted to us to
'put up our hands.1 Our party was
pretty badly shaken up , I tell you. Wo
were ordered to stop out while ono of
their men ransacked the coach. 'Look
hero , men , ' said ono of the Englishmen ,
'you don't want anything of us. Wo are
traveling with just money enough to pay
our expenses. This gentleman horp is
the cashier of the bank ; but ho
doesn't carry the bank funds with him ,
you know. '
"Tho follows looked nt him n moment ;
then ono of thorn ask od of our companion :
'Are you really a bank cashiod' 'Yes , ,
said ho , rather faintly. 'Then , said the
loader of the gang 'then , boys , we're oil'
this hunt. Them gentlemen km po. Wo
recognize a professional when wo see him ,
and wo take oil' our hats to n bank cashier
because he's the boss in our line of busi
ness. You can have youi1 wallets , gentlemen
tlomon , nnd wo wish you n snfo journey. "
"And by 1 sir , would you believe
it , the rascals actually handed back our
thinga intact , lifted their hats to the
cashier , and dashed oil like the mischief.
Wo were rather scary about traveling in
his company after that , but the poor fel
low assured ua on his soul that ho had
never robbed a bank in hia lifo , and ho
attributed it all to the fact that n few
rascally cashiers had made the banking
business disreputable for n person of re
fined instincts. "
A FAMOU EMIGRE.
Ono of thu Noted I'ctrolcHOs Taking
lloftifio In America ,
Special to The Philadelphia 1'rosr.
The French colony of New York re
ceived an addition to-day which , had it
como three years ago , would have given
courage and decision to the revolutionary
spirits hero in exile. Thn addition
came on the French steamer Normandio ,
and was in the form of an old woman ,
She was helped from the vessel tt
the pier at the barge oflice by two stal
wart , fiorco-moustachud men , who ml
dressed her as "Miuniui , ' , It was the
once famou Ileloiso do la Brabond , coin
ing to America to end her days free fron
the polica oupervision she has been sub
jected to for ten years or innro ,
Mad n mo Brabuud wa , in years past
an accomplished member of an old and
noble family In Aix la-Ohapollu , but mis
fortune overtoil * the race , the ]
lost their estates and tin
nmdarno herself was ombittorcc
for life. She devoured oocialiutii
literature nnd wrote upon the subject
When the Communist insurrection oc
curred she led n large faction of the in
sane 'pctroleuies,1' who came very noa
reducing Pans to nshoa , She wes betrayed
trayod to the police , but succeeded in os
arrest for three years , all the tim
extending her influence for oyil , unti
she was hardly second to Louise Micht
at in fame.
In 1871 she was artcetod andoeutcucc
fj prison for twenty years , which term
she jurtmUy snrrod nt Toulon. While
Cnulinod in the fortress oho contracted
tlio rhonnmtistii , which lnto her being
rolo.iscd under the police siipM vision
nfter five yosty of service. She , however ,
continued to ovAd.i the wntch phiced
upon her , nud vraw the cause of the con *
llftgrfttloii in the Quutiar Latin in IVwia
three years ngo. It wns discovered shortly
after , nnd she wns confined in n dungeon ,
which nearly killed her. She WM released -
leased two months ngo , on condition thnt
she would leave Frnnco , nnd accordingly
cmbiukbd on the Kormnndte , intending
to spend the remainder of her dnyn with
her sons. She is now nearly bent double
with rheumatism , weak and apparently
seventy years of ago , although in reality
llaoy Sdxto HccrotR.
Chicago TrllmnoV liomlon Special.
Tlio publication in to-day's Stnmlnrd nf the
Rmcrmnout Bchomn for tlio redistribution of
seat ! in the InniBO of commons 1ms caused the
greatest political fomatlon that I.nmlou 1ms
experienced elnca the rising of parliament.
Mr. Gladstone in furious at tlio betrayal of
government tccretn , and cablnpt ministers ,
uiKler-Bccrot.uifn , nnd ollirinl * of all grades
have brcn rigidly oxaintnod in rn attempt to
a'cortain how the intolllKOiico leaked out.
Thus far the search him iiftn tnmvitUiiiKi but
excuses have bean found for dlichargiiiK MJV
oral subordinates wlio arc suspected of lm\iiic
ln ( * fricmllr rt-lntiom with the Standard
editorial still , Thn covornmont tries
to nilnlmir.o the ctToct of tlio publlcalinn by
saying that the tchaino of redistribution s
published In the Standard ii only one of var
ious gchomtm submitted , All of thoeo plans ,
tbo Kovornmont organs * rty , have been referred
without conuucnt to the ministry , but nuno
of thorn has yet boon ovou di cu scd in cab !
not council. All tboso protestation ? , however
over , arp looked upon M an olHclnl admission
of the importance of thu Standards publics-
lion. The lories are nlriwly denouncing the
scheme as an nltompt to nwnmp the tory
countioH with liberal burroufjhti , and
to play Into the hntids of the
1'iirnollitos. The latter seem to bo plrfoctly
RiUlsllcd , for if a few Irish boroughs are dis-
nnchiscd the strength of the hoino-iulo del-
Ration in parlirtncnt will bo onoriuouily in-
Teased by the proposed addition of now moni
sm in towns and counties whcro the homo-
ilera are mire of returning their nion , Hy
lOBchomoof redistribution as published lutho
tandnrd the roprosontationof Knplnudlunar-
nmont IB Increased ntxtoon uud of JScot-
ind ton. wnllo Ireland's roprcsentn-
on romalns unchanged a ) to number , but
'r\lop. ' Clomncl , Uuinrarvan , Carlow , Ath
itio , Oolcrnine , Now HOHJ , J2nnis , Klnsnlc ,
iancloa , Yoiiglml , Knniakillon , Mnllow , Dim-
.annon , JJowop.itricU , and 1'ort Arlington
, ro disfranchised. The county of Cork gains
inr mombcra , Mnyo , Down , Cialwny. and
rtrlm gain two each. Donegal , Kerry ,
yrono , nnd Tipptrary gain ouo each , and
liotho City of DublingnlDR two.
iVhnc It Coat H to Maintain Dlnio
'rom the Philadelphia North American.
"Who goca to dime muBoums ? " asked
ho reporter of Chas. II. Day , manager
f the Chestnut street oatabllahmout.
'You might us woil ask , " was the reply ,
'who reads cheap nowapaporn ) Iho 1-
out papur of to-day furnidhcs aa much
owa and editorial opinion as the old-
imo publisher formerly provided for iivo
outs. Of course you arc nwaro that it is
.ho increased circulation that makoa the
ihpap paper profitable , nnd it ia the in-
xeasod visitation that enables the dlmo
museum manager to provide an liberally
'or his patrons.
"Wo 'show' four times in the after
noon and aa many times In the evening ,
mployiug two full companies , ono play-
ng specialties and the other a muaica'
"Prior to catering the thoalorium the
visitor spends nu hour ia the lecture
rooms , whore four gentlemen and a lady
explain all that ia to bo aeon there
Then comes an hour at the play Two
aolid hours of amusement for only 1 <
cents , or 20 cents if the patron desires to
rtvcsc an extra dime for an opera chair
n the cozy parquet.
"Now , wo calculate on taking ( n on au
arorago a legitimate thoatro's receipts
every day , but wo pivo eight performan
ces instead of ono to roach it. It is the
old story of the 'nimblo sixpence' told
again. Many cannot afford to pay a
dollar or more for a scat at the thcatro ,
and quite as many more do not care for
the expenditure , oven though they bo
possessed of abundant moans.
"Liko the cheap newspaper , the muse
um is cheap only in prico. A dime muse
um requires the circulation of n largo
amontof money to keen the machine in
motion. The advertising , for instancec ,
must bo upon the most libnral scale.
Specialty artiata command h'no salaries ,
and fltrango people , 'freaks , ' as wo turm
them , are scarce and high-priced.
"Now , thoro'a Krao ; wo pay G. A.
Farini § 700 per wo k for her , and what
is moro , advance the money for her
American tour as a guaranloo against loss.
Then wo maintain an ngont in London ,
Mr. Samuel Watsonfor years the foreign
representative of Mr. Adam Forenaugh.
All this not only oosto money , but it ne
cessitates the depositing of funds abroad
' uud thp employment of a largo capital.
"Prior to our opening wo dispatched an
agent to the plains to bring a lot of genu
ine recUkins , and they are now on their
way to civilization in charge of a bind of
weuturn BCOUB ,
"So you ceo wo have n claim on the
public forjontorpriso as well as merit , I
really believe BO much amusement was
never buforo presented for so small an
admission fee. "
, will Positively not bo
inserted unices pnld In advance.
TO 10AH Monnv
IONKV loincd on chattel * . Uillroad TlckoU
M uid gold. A. Foremnn , 213 U. 18th
TO LOAN Jn ennn of WOO. ind npw r
MONEY IJ v ! and Co. , Uftl Kit kit ini Lo
A ouU UK K rn m ( I , lit.
FINANCIAL KXCHANOE-Large 01
small loam nimlo on ftvproTed lecurltj , 1617
IouiU itrvvt , BlS-lm
WANTKU-AKill About 16or Ifljeara lor HfM
h luj work Ht ii-rth-wmt corner Uth un
Douglui. U > 1 HP
- - t In the ore of clilMrc , ,
mutt bo coinpoteut K , Icorner 26th and D *
TXANTKIIaille amlclilIJrrii to tile lessont In
W all klml oflancy worn , . HvwonaWa ( emu Sill
\\rANTKD-Coaipelent Kill for house worlf , W BCI
: 91. | * rvmk. Mm.H 1. I.oivltt , o rotrHann-
lern ariiUnJIana Bti , hlilnn'KailjUloii. ( .70-10 .
llf AM'HUOlrl , muntbo fthln to conk Inamnal
, > \ liimlly. Fl t C.UBI waijiii lor a good ( ilrl In
nnlrn U 2Ou IncliKirt | tit , 67i-13
A\7ANTED-rur : CM at lllchtir'a Factory.
' A wonun ta t ' .c LAClutltu rlaici
W'ANTKD * of furnished roinn , 1611
and C'ajjltol enuo.
- \\rANTKU-A coinpttint ulrluho underntand
' i V hmito kcenliu tburoughly at Nr , CUra Uro > n
niau , OON , ITthtirctt. Ml-13 ,
o- A nalcttnanuho unJmUnda tbo In
WANTED butlneiu. II , F. Wartin , 810 ictt
siu HtliBt. & 3M1
tilol " \H TANTKU- ( food girl fe > r goueral h'outv work t
ol \ HV 10U Wolxter m. Muit cook well. Ml-tf
. \\7ANTKU A fo llrtt cl 3 tublo boarjeru kt f
cd \ ) \f , o t Uth ana 'one * . HI p
imVtr , < . .tnoiMiijtw \ and
wn , l.ln
-At i nee , i
' ' < llrl f > r rerwrM hoil'onerk , romt lie
> . 14 1) HMDt. . Mr * . ' . M
hntfton. r , 7 11
- A l ij from flttwn to eighteen jrr <
M nl.l . , nimtuinU inland llo roro of her ( iml
iin rt how to milk n row , H mlMi or Oornwn pre-
rreiL iixnnioat lilliolm.t Krickson , < > pi > ot > lto r.
" \\fANTKI-9 ( > wlnR mvhlno h ndi ivt Omkhit
\ Shirt Factory. BIB If
\ 10 ! An
f oraph liirRtr tor Itnollru ilrnmntlo roin-
< vti y Aildrrin "Atciit"li3x 70J. city. 404 lip
\\fANTKO-dlrl for general homework.
at2M41)o Kl < is. C3 487-t
, yANTKlOltlforKenorM housoork In "m ll
> > f.Mnlljr , 1415 1101th Ibth .St. 426-tf
. \7AN'TiU-A : hMbcr , 7098.10th etreet.
, S7ANTKD Tr \ llii ( ; ntlomcn to corry minpten
11 of iilMili ) Rood ) In connection with their rt'jumr
no to tell nn romml > lnn throimh tlio o t ind
orttmcst. Addic 3 "K. U. P. " thU onice , 430 10
Jl/ANTKD-A flornnn Rltl 14 or 15 > mr oM to
V > l rn tholmlr trtdo &t/Mkhman'i , Hth mtivt.
rctghton Illock , near iioitoflloa. 431-tt
KI ) ( lernmn Rlrl for general lwu c o k ,
-ABenln to nell 0 tely' Unl > rr al IMu.
T rutor on monthly p ) nu nts C ll on rr i J
rern W. 1) . r. I.owrj , room t , 111) north Ulh ( t ,
i ANTKt-IWVllK8 Oil OKNTLKUKN-ln city
or c < inntiy , to UVo nUo. light Mid plcaf ut
work attl.clr ovMihonics ; $1 to $5 per day oitlly and
ulctly mnilq work icntby mall , norarnvtlnKi no
trvmp lorrenlv. l'l io aJilriwa IletlMiIo lUut'ir Co , ,
lilhdclphla. PA. wv . | m
AfANTKllSitimtlnn an eamttressby day orcck
\ \ nouM not oblocttonj.ljt at homo ork , ( Inol
olcronou pl\cn. 1'luaio nildrons for 30iaj ! "II. It. "
eaollloa. 67J lip
L\7ANTKl-Sltu llonliy n lint-civ nltdy cookln
i | > ri\Rtanmll ( ) , liootol rcfoicmnerlu-n. A" .
roan "A. Y/'cnro llto olllce. 5,71 lip
i \7ANTKD l.'ni | loMncnt liv a ( jcol bread bahcr ,
> hi the city. Adilrtm to "U , U. " llco olllcc.
\ yANTKIlly a niachlnUt , a situation either hi
II inanufnctory or t tnko charcoiit eiiRlno i > r
catlii ) * niiiaratn | < - Itvfercncx'i 1'lteii , Addrcu
'KiiKhucr ' , IliDUIIIcc. f > 03-lljp
\\ANTit : > Uynltdr n c1erk hl lu ptoro , 810
II HomrdSt , UcfcroncKiiRlten. MS.lip
WANTKD-Slliutlon by R lady to do coijtnnIn )
UwjenolHro or clirkuhlpot uny kind , Uef-
jenoe Rl\ca. Add a "A , 11. 317 North lOih St.
TTT'ANTKD Situation hyjoiirRirlrl to do Inumlry
II work. Apply at 1003 Jacknon St. nSllp
TT7ANTK I-Bltnatlon ) by n Iidy m book-keeper or
II conblcr. City rcfuiencca. "Ull."lco olllce.
m/vrilcl inau wanw mutation M boot
keeper , In wlioU'Silo vetabtlshmcnt In Onmhr
AddreM'-C.5'carolloo. ' BJfl-tf
WANTKO I'urlner with $ SOJ to take half Interest
In ft well cHtabllihoil nndcrv prolltablo hug-
ncos In Omaha , Address "U. H , 0,110 llco nlllco ,
Council llhiltii Iowa. 570-15
WANTKD Tohnyi * 3 or 4 room homo In good
locality on monthly i > amcnlu. Address hu-
"if. T. " euro Hoc. 574-18
BOAHD A Irwilny lioaulcrJ ran bu arcommoda-
trd at the N. W. coiner ot thirteenth and ! >
"lyANTKD-VntnrnUhod riiom ttlth tiontit hv
II Munig n arrled counlu , Addrcsi "A. II O.
llcoonico _ Hfl-llp
WANTKD Chei.p for ca li , imenrtuo dcalinhla
lunlilcnco loli or i aero mar C'dSK. Ct nrch.
AddretB "Uonfldcntarthlgctnco. C'25-llp
'Kl ' > A nicely Iiunltlicd room In
Addiois W P. U , this iMca
\VANrr.D-Fllty 'en ntmw ilclhurcd at the Bar-
II rackii. Impure tt'Joicfh Hodman , ] 0th and
WANTED-82,000 on tint-class city nocmlty.for
ye ru , at B per cent. Address Vex 080 1'ost-
SII7--Honree tna Lotn.
OU UENTV-Ilooro , xvlth board , for tnoRcntlcincu
In prltatu ( sillily , 1013 Uiptola\cmio ) , 414 lip
U KKNT Tweho good ( inns io Gorman ten-
JL1 antu forlho join. Ilogg'ililllll , HU3 Karnam
rcot tt > 3-14
, i < ) Il HUNT Thrco roofn liouso with cellar , on
* Hartley struct near 22d. Immlru at iilllco New
ork Dry ( leeds Storu. f.S3-l . < ) )
7 < 0lt IIKNT A flvo room homo. IiMpilro Cumlnff
? between U7tli and 23th , lira. A llubbard.
7011 IlKNT A 7 room liouso )1D per month. Mis.
? lr , 1) rdilcli , fuming between 'J/tli ami ' H\\ \
) r will buy n plmcton at 1319 1'ai nain St.
) ) OSStt
7OK PiNT-Six : loam houso. Auity to A. II.
1 Uladttono , l.'UJ Douglas. f.SVtf
7OH UKNT Nlcolj Furniilied front rooms 831
JL1 south 17th St. C78-13p
ill IlKNT-I'loohatiUnomi for Kontleinan. at C05
north 17th street , north ot CilifoinU. tSJ-lCp
7011 UKNT 'J rooms unfurninhed Ci. atd 1 room
furnlshid. Cheap , 7al B. 17th St. , Near Lcaicn-
7011 UKNT Sultoot roomi and boaid 18V2
' TlUlt IliNT-HoomH : In prl\at lanilly with
or without lioaid , Addrusi "N. " Iluu olll'r.
TOll HUNT Ji'lwly fiirnlthud roouis wltli r ith-
. ' nut houiil , Northeast comer 1'Jtli and C'.IHS.
7 ll lliS"l' : lloiii-oI2rooiin , 2'fctaiid ' Hurt utrt tin.
J ; r , uriniinth. Jliviri A Hill. MU-14j >
7OK IIDNT I'liriiUliud HooiiiM , brlrk block , nioib
' ern liiipM\rinciitil ! onu block from pimtotlhc
' .th nnd Cnjiltul Avunuo , fttH-Up
7011 KKNT- Two furnlshid rocnii at 1011 routli
? llth struct. 687-11)
70't KENT 'IV o rooms nicely ( unilshuil , Irnitlon
J excel cut 1418 lluwunl stroct. MO-11
IlKNT-Fiu-i.Ulil ( room 1417 llonu'd 8 * .
M'.NT ArnttaKoon California btitweiu24tli
FOU 2th ttrccts. Iniiu re at 1 * . J. Cricdon.M2llp
neil HKN r A lioiKo r f 0 rooms ono block south o
L1 the U , 1' . Depot. M. Lee , grocer Kiel Na > cn
UKNT A lurnlilicd room nultahle lor 2 Kru
tli nun , terms nioJi rate , 612 Plorco ht , C02-1P
71011 UKNT A liouso ot < ruoinn with 2 loin , chtaj
1 1 liielilun'oerondtdillt'oii. ' ApplyatMrs Itan'
hiiliiK 1 all , cojner of 10th and Dod o tt , Ml 10
KKNT Handiomo Inmlihod ( rent parloi
FUll | jrc lil"t to two vtoadyyouiui'tntlomon
iriratu l * illy , Nu ctbor bcardora H. K. Corner 2M
, nd Chicago. MU-11
TJiOll UKNT Tin cholou corner ttnro ICth a "
J' Howard utrccti lullahlo for o dru dtorc. A | < pl
a Goo. IIlKKlnn , corner Dodfu and IBlh tta. f.05-i
7(011 HliN f--Iloiiao n\o roomi an J kitchen. Ii
[ 1 iiiiro | Til Bouth 10th ttrcit. r < (0-ll !
tlllNr Mult of i > lg mnt front diamhcr ion" .
FUli , to Kentlainonand wllo , 'Mb Cillforn'
Btrccit , tSO-11
UKNT-Wlth hoard , two nlcoly
roomawlth l.atli room audwatur clonct , at B
cor. lllhaiiclJoiie * . 645-15
UKNT-To dlr hlo roomi ,
( rent jiailor , kiilUlilo lor ncoor t o ( .
yoitod one iimicr | UOCK Iruoi bt , Uar ) ' ntcnui
620 1'loanant ttrcet ,
UKNT-Uouio und barn. Win. U Mnnrcv
Uth aud DMiuhi. toltlinout ) 201 , C33-1C !
TTiOlt ItKNT lloufiiot fiUr rociiiw rn * tj t-cf-an
1' CJtBco and Chrk iticctK. JuimlrontBt 1'Aullu
rilKNT A bul.ll room vltS"or wltlwitt \
l. DIl 1'KNT-FurnUhoJ ' luilor < " > d bed bed too
I' In tha noitliora pire ot tlm city , board jiroT.doi
IiiilroN. : | K. cornur 16th lA > eii ] < uit faU , h\fw i
litMUalilu I ia. ItU-tL'
I [ toil KBM'-Kuruliliea loom uud board tiii.
1 week. Very bo tlo < iatloulbUl > atcii | > 2iaMB
\3ll IlKNT-inirnUhca teem 101T Q *
5)0 ) 1H'
FOR rtENT-T o hrgoroimwitUMo for Stht
itKoUmtlmr ixraiiuftoturlnjr. Apply
FOU Il NT-Furnhhid r9ir 1013 Dm wreet
1.10R Il NT- flood hudntwi ttnra rnom , r tnr Dth
1 and .Hckionrlreet * . Al o well fiirnlnhul r-om
Ko 7 ON Vf forwr 16th ami I avonwoithSts.
App'y on prcml e * . J. J. WAI.S'JAN : ! . 400-tf
ITiOll ItUXT Pi no9an > l organs from tvto ilollartf
1 up A. Ho * ! * , 1510 DoiUc. 480-lm
Tl "t KENT Tm rootin furnished for llzht home.
1 kocini g , HCCLJU/'H block , 8th nr.J Howard itrrot.
ITAOn KraT A hoiw.J lth elthtroonn. Wnrrm
X'SwItilcr 213Southl4thrtrect , 413-tf
7\OH \ 11ENT Half o Ooiiblo hon-o , lour noms ,
- ' Shlnn't M i < llltl < m,91l. month , Apphr ro tn
21 , Onnha National Hank. 370-t
JTtOIl UKNT llan.ljono fnrnlthcd roe .11 Cl 8
L1 16th St. Mr .Miy Spencer. 87S-tf
POU UF.NT Meely furnlahediult of 2 roonn , 810
N. 13th St. B7o-llp
FOR RFJiT A furnished teem 1C03 Fa-rnam St.
fTVOIl ItKIfT Ona Brand ftqunro pmno. ( Jlhnulre
' ofKtlholm ftnd Krlokeon. 't40-tt
T70R BAI.K A few ( pnrtfnen'lom of choice l nd
JL1 u lthl ! > 10 to 1 * miles of Otnaht $20 to f U and
per acre. * 1)4-14
FOU SAM -Tho dicnptyi nttlo re ld nco prnpertj"
tn Onulm , nvrouo \ \ nt 8 rn 1111 , coniyrJct ; In
niTlh iiartofclty , only f ,4 ( > i ; owner jcmln ) ; . 'A'li.ir-
Kaln fur pomu ono uhn kivlw a team ; tmlv 8'iCKI
down. Ilonrt&lllt. W5-U
iroR SALK Newphaoton. Inquire of Oeo.
I ? tins at ncith-eajt cotiMir lOthand DcJjcv.6Slt
F OR SAIA' o leading ro > Uuiant
In Athntlo tona , Ui > o J Inulnc-n nnd peed rea >
noni lor > elllii | ( , AJJtws J.ockbox
0II HAIiK ntockilry Roods notion' , llnrni.un-
tlerwe.tr , Ilnilety , Laecs > Vc. , about $ ( \rnfl , Nlco
cloin t.tnck , will exchange / I propel ty nnd some
h , Uarrahraiit A noli ) , KQ3 UoiiRba St.
HAI.i : Kiunltnru RmVbuddloi ? nt th6 bonnl-
.i.1 IHR houio , IVth and Ilonard. li.cmlru coiner
11IOS Harnoy St. fi3t-llp
SAI.U OUfeeton Farrnmrtrnct bctn-ctn ! ft
and SO. II , Leo , droour , iMaul Ltavunftorth.
, RAT.r-Flno butlneo rhaiico nt Grand Iilin 1
1,1011 . I5.CCO nuj s tlni Ixvnlc ImlldlriK 2Jx4l ; nil
cmcobtiUdlnpuhlcnienttfot Jir > n > month : a larno
IIro and bumlor proot tnM with Yata tlma 1 < R coH
| lnnO , nliocrv lirgg bnjik bitok lira woof info ,
tank counter , dcsk , bird rail stove , In f et , n com-
ploio bank ou'.nt , together l h lot 44tCOou Lucint.
utrtct. Tltlo perfect , Icriiw i cash.ln'aucucui rno
and twn j cars tlmo If tlctitrod. Call cu or nJJro-a Jay
U. Whlto , Qr.vid Irland , Nfb. ti.-tt
Wi ; Offer for mv'a A lilnch of EOthoicolienvf feol-
ItiK Btccru ( < r ( ! o ) In ( jco j flesh wcUhtax 1UO
and upw.rds. Sitmino llroj. , H'oux ' Clly , Io x
FOIl ! UU : A. new t > po.wrlter nt B dl count. Also
nil klndnof Tjpo wr.ter and Call raph mp.llos.
Ktrlpo , 'c Uavle , Koom 10 , Union lilack , opposlto-
Opera liouso. DIMf
OH CAMS Cheap , n restaurant In ( food locatlo
at 20 north ICtii ht. 607-23pn
"ITtOR SM.K-rnriilturo nml fixtures at a bargain ,
JL' G'omxcrcUl Hotelgood liniuu , three ttorlcs luli ,
r\citliliig t a'f. On accountol licaltliot proprietor.
Will tell lull dlnil [ dcstrrd Call at liotU cr aililrou
1'rttnl ; Klllott , Mnni > K < r , Tails City , Neb. 455-21p
HAljE-Goocl cow. nlsiopcn bugyhorro and
liarnsis. Inquire J.llldial , Hall Carrier , < 5'Mf
FOU SALE Second hand IcUhor seal top phaeton
also four Bnrlnir < li'Ucry \\agon , choan. \ \ ' , J
W0 h.uis .t Co. , City .Mills. 274-tf
OH 8AI.K 100 pianos and oraaiig , bo\es sultibln
lor oual or fceil boxos. A. Ilempo. ' liJ3-lm. (
FOU SALE A Kiwi frame liouso , K rooas , alt In
peed order Mint bo inured at onco. Apply to
the Woitora Nonipapor Uuion , cur. 12th am ) How
ard Btiocti. 3H-tt
r OK HAV-i A uood ldj- bar buggy 217 H ISlli
'struct. ' 293-tt
7011 BftliK Cheap a second hind high topbargy. ;
Incpjlro at Simpson's Carrlago Factoiy , Dodge ,
botnccn 14th atJ15tli. 2SO-tt
"TT > OHSAI.B GSQ acres land on Middle Uea\cr , In
JT1' Smith county Kansas , USD aero under fence ,
G plenty of lining \\ater for.utock. Oood.trauio houu .
- 10120 , with kitchen 12UO. 200 acres In cultivation ,
price jl.OOO. Terms i c.ifh , halancoon tlmo to suit
purchasers. Will alito rcll DO head cattle If purchaser
desires. Address ThomM Mitchell , Smith Centre ,
Kansas , or I'ulton & Gfo\ , Hh crton , Mob. 257-lin
TOK SALE-UC.OOO brick oa can t Belljmo. 11 ,
X1 T. Clarke. 2H-M
TT'OH SALK 1,0030 hay dcllrorod In largo or smal
X1 quantities. A now line sldo bai top tufKy nnda
wholuealonotion criwddlors wivgou. U. J. Conanfi
| 7Oil UALK Ncllgh House , brick , three ttorlep ,
JJ only hotel In town , < nroomn. to leaio for 3 orb
yenre. 'J ho proprietor of tbo Nullah lluuso wishes to
icll the furnlturu and fixtures of tbU hotel on easy
time and terms , and lease tha hotel for tlaio stated
above Also \\onld sell hotel outright , If agreeable.
For particulars Inquire of John J. King , Agent , West
1'olnt , Nebraska. 240-15
17011 BALE Two seoond band plinon , at Edholm
F Ii Erlckson'n Mimlo titoro on 10th St. SCO-tf
FOU BATK A wholoitockof dothlDKi boots anil
BIOCH , buildings at cent , retiring from huslncsg.
O. II. Petercon , 801 south Tenth street. 113-Sm '
17011 HAI.i ; Holler ami engine. I have nearly
JL1 now boiler and engine nod Knnwlo's pump , 49
norsnprmer , for sale cheap. T. 8. Clarksou , Schuy-
ler , Nob. 022-lra
BALK Northeast corner Mth and Cumlng ;
street O. F , Ua > ls & Co. , JK6 Farnam street ,
- 876 tf
FOU BALK Cheap , a nice coltAuc , full lot , clly
water 6 blocks from the couit liouko. M. Leo
roccr , U'-M andLcavcimortn. 807-1 too
17OIISLEKnglnos now and second hand 10 lu p.
JL''t h , p. and 0 h. n. portable aud station/try ; also
bol'eruuf ' any elzo and style , Illchard & Clarke , U , 1 *
11. Y. bet , 17tu and 18th SU Omaha. 6 9-tf
BALK A pilutlng olllct ) sult&blo lor a rmal
ucwfpiK'r ) or job oliloo. Wll eoll for cash or ex-
changofor Oinaha City property. AddreeuX. . Z. IJ"
. Baa olUcu. les-tf
rrtOIl BALK Two open Dcoand-aand bogplm .ud
, V ono delivery wjigon , cuoip , > t 1B13 Unrnoy bi.
RUDIliit8TAMPrf-Onlj : imumfuctureis InOnmluu
Itccd Printing Co. f.02-tl
IOST About ( lotohor M , atrlantul < rem Iiy thpsi
J full pendant. KUurn to J. M , Kirniiaon , 120
Iltriii'y Btrout , forreward. Dj'2.15
T O.ST A I'emlal roil of o'ooU on 10th street bet
JLj Coai and UainlnuBtrcota lUturn ami got le- '
wurdnt Jeuelry Btoru , MS north lOth tit. C83-U
MIIS. F. KCHUBKHT , Fortune bll , al o dealer In
artlflclM llouern ni Je toordor lor uy putpoge ,
turner ot 10th an J I'aclll3 itreot , No , 021. tM-Wp
] CAKIMIITRII : ANO nuiMKit-H nry 'i
No. 034 uoiith 17th street between Jaclsor. anil
Ijcavoimorth , dublren tu Infrom the publla that ho In
now pnpaml tudonll kind of Cartwntcr work , nucli
| an houMin , bariiK , bldenalk i.c. , on short notice and
rianonablapriui , Oidi-rn by null wlllrccc-lvo jironint
! FOUND A yellow horse , had bocn hltchod ta a . *
grocery uagon. Inquire of F O , Koutr , brick *
jard , uoutli IMh utrcit uuar city Int-llu.
ON Nowcomb \ the bosi tty catpct wearer
1210 fihcrrnau arc. 470-llp
DIl. H. P. Jensen Inn removed hit oliloo mil rcil-
donoo to tbo N. U. corner Ibth and Lciynnwortli '
tHIVV vaults , tlnka und tosspccls oUaucd with
ud ( unitary cleaner. Eatlifictlon fuirantetd by K.
V. U Abeleuccoeiorto ( J , M , tirultb , ) box878 , 9721m' '
> % '
TlimiKAY has goca pasturuirf. Kprlnt. wte , >
PEHSONAIi-l'artloj h\vlnir abintloneil
btcaditu Nuithucvtt Kauiuu ) , plia-o ixir
with rue hylot cr at onoo , I-nao Jlulbolland , Heal
Sp . Kutato and Financial n ent , ortou.K
, . - - Jlo'sriTAL dor" . X4th and Jea4l , . .
vcclvea ra'.lenU luOcriug fioia any dii > o no
contaplous. Aljo tdiu in ft dellcata nilHw'
- - K O. Box H92. Telephone . _ *
il | * - i
itu/MiatMtor , pavonport , Baya : " Phyi '
ii. " .OONaimSSMAN KUIUPDY , DT ( f''i 'iT 'i
fftuaJfaccM * . yonderfiil Ourn . ' ' Tjj J l-n i * 5 x\ \
Powered by Open ONI