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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1884)
DAIL1T BRB MONDAY , NOVEMBER 3 i8S4.
nrtnlns , In Ucef M'fe , Turcoman , Eto.j UU clcthn , Mattlnga. LlnolentnaEt.
Ihoicost and Boat Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
E9 3mo and bo convinced that wo nro bcndiinartors for nil Roods In our lino.
iJhoapcstplacotobuy OAHVETS , Curtaiuo and Hoiwo Furniohlncs In tlu
" 13't7. ' Upliolotoriui ? nnd Ucddin Supplies. , . , ,
* r rtwoo
Noa. D. 7 nnd ! ) MASONIC TKMl'LM - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Prom ! > UvOardano
L. a AEBUTHNOT ,
-AMj THE tATKST STYLES IN -
1'AM. I'Al'EU I'AITKUNS JI' T 1UXT.H Kit.
512 BROADWAY , - - - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Both now nnd second hand , ranging iu prices Iroin tfo.50 to
$25 cnch. Take advantage nnd call early to old am
tlio best bargains. 1 am making a bitj Keduction in
A8 1 nc l the room to mj stock of 8to cs.
A. J.MANDEt , , Council IlluUs. IOM.I ,
325 llronlwny ,
> ' I1ALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by TRAM I.ISZT.
Unrivalled or Tone or Flnlehi
Host lloJcrn Price to lluy.
The Kimball Organ , BO long nnd fnvorably known In the west. rooommonJs
STEWART , Solo Agent for above lines of Gooda. Wororooms , 329
ouncil Bluffs CorroBpondonco Solicitod. Afionta Wnn toJ.
WnOLlJSAtjE DKALEU3 IN
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langi/y aud Pompadour J
ALL KINDS OF si
20 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFF it
- EVEBYTniNQ fllvSTCLASS. tll'i
Nos. 2 17 and 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCIL BLUFFS 1
.n order to make room for an immcnso stock of Spring Goods , I have decided to
offer all goods now in stock , at prices never before quoted in this city. olh
GEO. R. BEARD , No. 32 Main Street , next to P. 0. oi
W. P ALYffWORTH. biA
Frame nousos mo cd on the LITTLE GIANT trucks anil any distance and ever any l.mu 01 ( rrouna
UI'.ICK HOUSES raised. All uork RUirintccd to
W. 1' . AYLSWOUTII , K10 Ninth etrcct. eave
COUN01T , BLUFFS
MSB , S. J. MORRIS ,
liaving opened in now store I invite the inspection of ladicc. P'On '
MllS. S. .T. NOHBI9 Onto
, 2JO ! nrnndiVMy , - - - Oniinoll OnI
V. CrATTiiuireK : , G. EnGAit , 0. K. BIISWICK , las
Manager. Assistant. Sccictary.
Council Bluffs in tot :
Defective Association amr
tVIM do all kinds ol ilctcctUo or.k [ or Ilankp , Kxprem , 'lolturaph nn-i Itallnay rojpanlci , Merchants ,
JUnudctoiica , Corporallona , I'utllcnnd 1'ihato Iiiktitutlons and District Attorney * . Stolen proncity ro-
ccucreil Collections nu Jo , Jhsslii ) ; Irlendn found , Divarcui procure I tS 10 reward offered Jjr tlio aricst sea
ami coiulctinn cl any person or ptrnons ( r.iujulciitlj ropro < ntliu this ABioclitlon All comnuinlcatlons am
ttrlctly conlldcntlal Ollicu : Matonlo Tcruplu Council Illiills Io a. r O. Hex 12D3 ,
MANDEMAKERS & SOC 1 ,
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY :
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS. 'n ' ig
Orders m Hie city or country solicited. Prompt attention nml nntisi'aofiou the
Qunranteed. Plans nnd Bpecifications furnished free. int ;
MRS. L A. WARBURTON , wli
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKE 'IV 28 ud
Gutting and Fitting a Specialty. All pu
C'Ol NCI i , yii
We would call jour attiutuii to tin. fa < t tint t ' >
fflAT WK UBFV CUMI'RTITIUM IS KVEUV J'AlniCUI.AI' , Fo
iiTCABIl U the iiiaclcwurd Hhlih will ' , .
M. - .v .wft.v " m nuiiij * in a'tractllin atlcnthnol veMtio.ly , It U the word wo nseil uloi
i - hcu " - e imrcliMod our xoodi , un 1 that U tha suwm n tan olff I linn i to you at io Io * ) kutA , cam )
--olbtijlinrB dHjJlnyltJiii ! ' ' . wri
bi'prf ( ( ; MtjiircimcM/rr.iiiMMChjMe. |
JK AJ'AJItJ ' ( . ' . 117 lithiitv ) C . ( I'hrT. u
ADDITIONAL LOOAL NKWS.
r. . (5. ( Viihcrof Atlniitlc , siiont Suiulay in
K. K , Holler , of Tiogali , WM nt llio Vncifio
Mr. CftloU , of Taylor & Calcft , is Ijlng nick
at Uttlo Sioux ,
L. O. IJoliinson , the llntiiburf ; hotel man ,
wns hero yesterday.
II. ,1 , Chamber" , of Avoca , thu coining
county recorder , wns hero yesterday ,
J. 1' . Connor of Denver , the next circuit
juilfioas In the city to join in tlio hurrah ,
A.V. . Wheeler of tlio Herald , hfti returned
from liii eastern trip. Ho thinks Now York is
H. Sh.iwv.in , ono of the loailinp young dem
ocrats of Donuicon , took in the big republi
can tliow hero ,
John HnnthiBton nnd wife , of Oakland ,
spent Sunday hero , visiting his brother , 1' .
Hunt ins ton and family.
L. II. Shepherd , of Maxwell , In. , ono of the
otlitora and proprietor of the Tribune of that
plnco , was in the city Saturday.
.T. W , Cliall'm , laloof the Koil Onk'Xprt.- ,
has bought tlin Murion 1'ilot. Ho linn tin-
experience and ability to inako it n first-class
Mr. nud Mrs. Itrnco , of Dnnlnp , wcro in
city Saturday. Mr. Iknco in ono of the
tourists loitresonthiff on tlio road tha Interests
ot Mueller's big music honso.
Itov. .1. H. Ivylo , pastor of llio Plymouth
Congregational church of Snlt Luke City ,
spent Sunday in tbo city , the Riicst of , J. L ,
Dugot. Mr. Kyle goes from here to Chicago ,
and expects to stop hoio again on his return
James Tumor , of Missouri Vnlloy , who
scatters newspapers so lively on the railways ,
waa in the city yostordny ordering moro BKKS ,
Ho snys tlio people must have thoin , nnd Iio is
always prompt In detecting and supplying the
AVoflilinjj Aiinlvci-sn ry
SEr. and Mrs. J. 0. Tipton gave n
dinner party Friday to .1 number of their
moat intimate frionda. The party con
siated of Sir. and Mrs. W. n. Van
Brunt , Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Nolaon , Mrs.
13K . Stephens , Mrs. S. C. Darlow , Mrs.
R. G.Jlarlovr , Mrs. D. Iligboe , Mrs. C.
I. Swartfargcr , Mrs. A. Cosgrovo , Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. North , Mr. nnd Mrs. R.
T. Bryant , Mrs. John Epenotio , and
Mrs. ] Morris , of this city , Mrs. J. A.
IJaniiltor , of Ncola ; Mrs. M. K. Ilimaoy ,
ol Farminglon , 111. Mrs. llimsoy ia a !
sisto of Mr. Tipton who formerly resided
siat atvi Avoca , nnd is makinq an extended sim
visit among her many frionda of Iowa sitl
and Nebraska. tl
Thia being the wedding anniversary of vi
Mra. Tipton her friends of Avocn made si
the occasion to present to Mra. Tinton )
very linnrfsoino not , as also Mra. Run- IKhi
gey and Mrs. J. A. Hamilton preaontod him
her with a beautiful counterpane , for all him
which aho returns to her frionda her m
thunka , The nf tornoon waa spent by the SI
party ' In driving throughout the city and Io
parks : nnd at four p. in. the Indies partook ro
ol coJl'co nnd lunch with Mrs. John tilw
Eponotio nnd stayed and took in the w
grand rally. cite
1'rl/c Corn. BC
A few weeks ngo the enterprising hard Bli
ware firmof Cooper & McGee of this cily in
offered thrco prizes , a Garland range hire
heritor < , u clothes wringer and n sot of
silver plated auoons , to the three farmers ro
who v > ould furnish by November 1 , the Ithe
beat samples of Iowa corn , the quality to
bi judged by the weight of forty oars. lif oil
About fifty farmers , mostly of Pottawat-
tamio county , entered for the prizes nnd sa
brought in namplcs of their products that
ivould bo entitled to the premiums at any
igricultural exhibit in the world. ou
The namploa were weighed yesterday
ind the pmus awatdvd ns follows :
First pmo , Garland range boater , to tli
\lbort Stowarl , of IJnrrison county , ahA
brly ; ears of his corn weighing f)8 pounds. A
Second prio , clothes wringer , to J.
iV. ( irlllith , of Carson , forty oars weigh- cat
ng , CO pounds. dilVc
Third j.rixi1 , sot silver plated spoons ,
W. S. Robinson ' tin
, Council Ulull'i , forty
lara weighing f/-l pounds. '
The Burlington registration shows iOGr ) eot
The Cedar llapida packing houao is los
lilling 2,000 hogs a day just now. me
Seventeen thousand dollars have boon , oi
hedged the enterprising cilizona of Sioux a
Jily to secure a ntovo foundry.
The I registration list of Sioux. Oity ( J
nwnship \ allows l.lliS names. The list
ist year had only 2,7 < JO names.
There nro rnoro than 100 manufactories
Dubuque , employing ( J,008 men , the
tal products amounting to § 15,000,000
'Jho Kcokuk cannlng-works the past G
canon put up 180,985 cans of tomntocs ,
are now nt work on 100,000 cana of n
umpkins and squash.
The Roman CathohVMutual Protootlvo
ocioty has n membership in the state of
,372. October I she cash balance in the
reaeury was $ l , < M'J.fJO.
Miss ] Mattie Kelley , of Burlington , at-
jmptcd to start a hro the other night OA
fith the aid of the kerosene can , but SU
ith hardly the usual result , for she only
ticcccdcd in burning t II' her bangs and i > i Uxi
uining the beauty of her face ,
On I the 20th , John Lilly , a Uubuquo
lacksmith , while out on the river hunt-
, caught hia gun in ono of the ribs of ff iTl
boat HO that it was discharged , shoot- cert
him through the body just above the Krai
Al l <
cart nnd causing instant death. Ho was cltlc
bout 41 , unmarried , and the support of u 00
John Murphy , editor of the Dubuque 00Oi
Vlegraph , wan fined SI and coats on the Oi
8th for assault upon Ralph Sawyer ,
ditor of the Democrat. In the heat of n
mlitical discussion Mr. Murphy clapped
Ir. Sawyer's face vmh hia open hand ,
it ia reported that the editorial uhock
ioldcd u noise that sounded like a pistol
Thera are lotn of troubles in this world ,
young couple , well known at Iowa
.ills , married only a brief tinio , porhapi
or thrno years , parted , thu wife Uk-
the only child. Recently tha hus-
nd cnmo nlon ; , ' , grabbed the child and
urrivd nivay , but A h.ibcns corpus licnled
matter , and iuvu the child b'tck to its
lotlior'a nrniu , where , by order of court ,
Tlio Quloon of Goon'o Conrad , on
oiirth ttrott , DCS Moinea , hoa been
oBod in the regular way that ia by n
of injunction. I'ho following notica
b ? ( ) posted up OH tlio door "Closed
by B writ of injunction , by virtue of n
Urr | ti9oil by n republican legislature ,
signtd l y n republican goxrriinr , issued
by n republican judge , preprinted by a
republican t'.vshontl' , n hired spy nnd in-
forintT , served by n republican deputy
ahorlir , and sworn to by n hireling. "
A distressing occurrence took plnco
nt the homo os tloiiry Lommormnn , two
miles north of ( tlonwood , on last Mon
day. MM. licinmorinnn wns engaged
rendering Inrd , and hnd taken ( ho vessel
of hot Inrd ell' the ntovo , nnd as slip pnsa-
od her little children , one of which wns
tied In n rocking-chair , nnd n larger ono
playing nnd rocking the _ chair , and as
Mm Lommormnn wns passing the chiir ,
the small child wan thrown o\er , striking
the voasol of hot Inrd. splashing a lnno ;
portion over the child's hend , scalding nil
the hair oil' its hcnd ,
Kl'CSENin 1'ASi'AM ) I'HKsKNT ,
Tli Kotnafliiilito Cntroi1 < i | ( lie K\ .
Kmprosf ol'tlio I ? re m li ,
l.ucy II. Hooper in llio Current.
As Empress , the fnir Eugenic waa
chietly remarkable for the taato nnd
spender of her toilota. Of her might bo
thus paraphrased the opigrnm on Charles
11. she never were n shnbby thine nnd
never said n wiao ono. Like most Span
ish girls , she had received n very limited
education. She waa narrow-minded nnd
unintollcclunl , though very sweet nnd
winning in her mnnnors , The witty or
npproprinto romnrks that she , ns Em-
iross wns called upon to make in
iniblic were nil written tor her boforo-
innd , nnd she wna ns carefully
coached in them ns ever wns an nctreea
in the speeches of n now pnrt. In fact ,
aho had no talent except for dross. She
tried nmntour acting nt Compoigno , in
Imitation of Marie Antoinette nt the
Little Trlnuon , and , doapito her beauty ,
even her tlattcrors were forced to confosa
that she was a failure. She waa in hot
clement whilst inventinc ; now dresses-
ball toilets in pulled tulle with a chain of
diamonds j drawn through cnch pull' ,
dresaos in silk and velvet with the low-
necked , corsages hung with diamond
fringes , others all in the costliest lace
clouds upon clouds of point d'Aloncon
or point I'niguillo mantles of
genuine eastern cashmere , still' with
golden embroidery there waa no end to
her magnificence nnd to her caprices.
She instituted the rule that at the sum
mer parties at Compoigno no lady was to
appear twice in the snmo dross , so n
fortnight's < invitation entailed upon the
lady accepting it the purchase of n wardrobe -
drobo of forty-two dresses at the \ cry
least , na three changes n day v > ere
requisite , with an additional of m mo
two or three specially magnificent ball
dresaea for possible extra occnsious.
It would Jmvo boon well for Franco had 7lS 7:4 | :
the omproas confined her nttontioim to
her gowns and her gpwgaws , nnd loft u 8
politics alone. She tried to reign nnd 7
invented n special toilet in which to pro- 12
aide over cabinet nicotines. She did
inoro than anybody eloo to bring about
the : war with Prussia , her religious con 3:3 ! :
victions ns n Spanish catholic having per .
suaded : her that u wnr with the country to
of thu inlidol nnd heretic would bo n
lioly cruando , nnd ono specially bleat by
lieavui. When loft u widow she t'jr-
inontcd her son's lifo out with her parsi
mony , her bigotry and her cxactiona.
She kept him on the smallest possible allowance -
lowanco consistent with hia position ns n
royal prince nnd the associate of
the sons of ( Juoon Victoria. She Cl
would not even allow him n sufli-
ciont income- keep n second horse , or J.I
tnko rooms in London during the Rea
son. A French hairdresser on Bond
street placed n suite of rooms ever his
shop nt the disposal of the young prince
Imperial , remarking with n smile that
Ills princely guest could pay up nil nr-
-oara of rout whou ho became emperor.
t was to escnpo from homo worries nnd
lomo exactions that the poor boy wont cc
1F to Xululand , there to lese his young
ifo beneath the spears of a handful of
What a contrast does not the Empress
itigonio of to-day present to the beaut-
lua girl-countess described nt the begin-
ting of my article. I have coon her once
rlthin the laot few yoars. It wns on
ho occasion of the brief visit ti'int
ho mndo to Paris sonio months ago.
palo old lady , with bleached hair and n
rippled gate , shrouded in crape nnd
nshmoro , wan mounting slowly nnd with
illiculty into u carriage on the Place
fcndomo ns I was passing by. "That Is
ho empress"said n aidowalk lounger as
ho carriage drove of ) ' . I , too , had rocog-
n'xed hor. When last I saw her ( in 1870) )
ho wna a painted , powdered , penciled ,
icwiggod caricature of her former self ,
radiant young oovoroign that I had
con in 1851. Now aho looks like the if
host of the dead empire , the wan , joy-
3SH , faded imago of what wna once the
lost daK/.ling vision of beauty and splon-
and queculinonu that the nun ever Aili
liono upon. JlV CCIl
Jnited St&toH Depository A.
'or. < IStli antl Sfarnam
/io 0/dest Banking Establishment t
in Oma/ia ,
jccciaaoBa TO KOUNTZE BUOTHKUJ ,
onunUea in ison. (1 (
rganlxod 09 H National Bank In
PIIOFITB . * 1BO,00 (
aamn KOUHIII , P/telJent.
JCIIN / , CKKIUIITON , Vice Pfocldenl. C
A aoBTim KOUNUI , Xd Vice I'roeldtol.
A , i , I'orrLxrov. earl
r , n. DAVIS ,
n. i Meacjoira , AoeUtaol Onohlor.
l banking bualiiNi. I eucs tlmi
rtlflctcs horlnic Intoruat. Ir vie ilr ( t on Ha }
ranclaoo dud prlnclp l rltlci In the UnUei BUtoi
o London , wiiblln , KJInbursh nd thi rilncl | ' rr
of tbo ccntlneut and Europe , , J'
OLLEOTIONS PROMPTLY MADli
rnalia flationa Uva ito
U. S. DEPOSf OHY.
H. MILLARD , WWinVALLACE ,
o nnd Burtjlnr Proof Safes , (
1 ru t at Ifoin ? < tg ? Ii jitr utinuia url
NOTICK. 3twelM urtliement * , IKO M toet ,
Found , To t/oMi , I'ot Rule , To Ilcnt , Wants , HrnrJ
Ins , ote. , will be InMrted In thl column At the loir
r.Mo of TB.V CKN'TM 1'KU t.INK for tlio flrjl ln ortlon
ml FIVK CKNTa 1'Kll t.INK f riMi nilwoqufnt n.
Mrtlon. Tx ro luhrrtlwmicntl it out oKoo , Na
I'tftrl Street near
Ii > OH IlKNT A nilto of rooiunn ontMMocftMoii
Kn < ] ulrr of Ir lUncliott , r < ' .l * " '
COAli Annn , 0 | > lli\l Ceiitmlllciftml c-tlier wft
l iponl koptUOoorgo UpMonn , 02 * " '
J. Ttlcpliono No. iio.
pKASO.VAIIt.KrillCKS-r.Ur wclglit ntnl i
IX nto l ( Icnrpo UcMon'n oeM oiul woixl
6 ! < llroailwiiy. Ti'lcpliono No. 110.
IT'Oll ' SAU : UK\SONU1U : . - I'otr r. tlnc
1 vplni nml trr < < ccrlni , lnc . OnU nun In ton n
llravui , III lirftlth Aililnin It. I. . Willl.itui , IS Nottl
.Mini st , , foinieil llhillH
ooiiaAipouitiNr-Tiio : ems PACKIIH : if
Mill tuitchlncr ) , lurntiM In thin cltj , Caji
17ANTKD A WAlltr at I.onlo.A Mclfict's , 6SJ
t ami 5S7 llr vl ny.
WANTKD K\ery hmiy in Council WufTa to tkk <
Tiir.Ilit. Dollvrroil by carrier at only twenty
0 U > l'AVKH3-Kor s lo t ll i oltlw , at 55 mita
1 KWn.HYA $2ftOM tlork of .IU
rl inoiiili , colil anil slhcr n lchr , millet niu !
rc < ll jroM Jrudr } , triple niul < | Uvlrublo iilnto , Miter-
. < nro ol tnccrj l > o\t liraml , clockj In [ treat \arlctv.
Tlio alioio llncntook ha < been oiii lrneil | to 1110 \\lt
liistnir lomto irll to the hlcliuot liiil'rr In tlio
kt'X-k ro llowml , T ) lorhcclor , llutlclt anil
dtlier line ttnti'hci I will commence the cVo thl
i-vciiliii ; nml contlno ouruMtnlni ; f ir t \\ocXaat
I In' cits Auction 1 | ju p , No' r-02 ltroiilv\tt\.u
, T. K Dvusos , CIMHLKS Kms
Railway Time Table.
The followIIIR ro the times ot the arrhal anil < to
parturo of trains by central stamlinl tlmo , at
iooal ilrpots. Tralua leave transfer depot toil mln
J.cs onrllor and arrl\o ton minutes Inter.
ClllOiUO , BDRUNOrON AND QU1NOT ,
CtilcaitoKsirc91 | 9:00 : in
9M m Knat Mall. 7:00 : p n >
TilOam I'ilall and Kipreu , 7yDin
i in Araoinmo < latlon. SdO : p m
At local depot only.
TT , BT. JOB AMD OOUIiClI. KLUm.
10:09 : u m | Uall and Kxprcsa , ,7:05 : p in
8:06 : p m 1'acllla ICxprcas , f > :60 : p ui
OU101QO , UILWAUKR1 AND BT. rAUL.
6:26 : p m Express , B'CW a in
9:16 : B m KxtroB9 , 0:55 : p m
OI1IOAOO , ROOK ISLAND AND rAOiriC.
SSO : p m Atlintlo Cxprcsa , P:05 : a m
P:2S : a m Day Kxprcas , O.St p m
7:20 k in * I > 09 Molnoa Aooonimodatlon , 8:06 : p m
At looal depot only.
WADABII , BT. LOUIB AND TACinO.
1:20 a m Mall , 4:15 : p m
Aceommoil.it.on DIM ) am
1:30 : pin St. 1,011(9 ( i\prrjb : 3:45 : pin
1:50 : ji m Chicago Kxpretj 10:6& : n in
At Transfer only
B:30 : : p m KiproM , 0:60 : p m
9:29 : : n ni I'aclllo i\prcna 0:05 : u m
B10DXCI1Y AND PACIFIC.
:40 p RI St. 1'uul Express , B'M a m
IO n m 11\v Kxpiueu 0:60 : p in
8:00 : p m Weatorn i\ptcei : , E:35 : a m
1:00 : BUI 1'adflo Exproae , < : IO p in
7:10 : a m Ixicnl Kxproua , A:64 : a in
2:10 : i. m Lincoln Express ,
At Irantforonly. '
DUMMY TUAISH TOOUAI1A.
7:20-S : : 0-0:30-10:30-ll:40n. : : : m. 1:30-2:3 : :
:30-4:30-fi:3i-J:30-Uo9 : : ( : : p. m Sunda ) 0SO-lllO : :
.m. 1:20"3:30-6:30-0:30-11U5 : : : : p. m. AnUo 10 mln
bcfuro loa > In tlmo
OFFIOi : OVKU A.MfMUCAN EXl'UESS
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
.11. TATB. WAIlll WHITENIJ
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Kooin 10 , Sliugart/a Uuildinpf ,
JOUNCIL I5LUFK3 IOW
J. J. STEWAET ,
I'mcllccj In Federal and State Courts. COl Ilruad
ayo\cr Ktvlnpd I ! nk
COUNCIL IlLUFI'S T- - IOWA.
rvr.iiiiooN ; Admission 25c orOi
I'rco tolA'llea e di iniriilir ; ami TUCK
ivnmriliui olti.rnoi.im. Ute ol Hu.itoi If ,
r. : .SCIIANCK , U. II.JIAH'IKNB , Tl [ "
E. Rice M. D.
or other tumors romovuil wlthonllh
kulfo or Ur wliiB o blood.
HRONIC DISEASES dwnd. . .
Over lilrty yonra practical otperlauoo OJco Ho.
1't'url trcot , Council Dluffa
* : . & Profiins ,
BOOOE'S SIOUX OITY HAMS.
J , Y. FULLER ,
rlHtrvet , Iowa.
. . .
rustice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Uouucll Bluff * .
cftata onlloctlon oncy , Odd Kollows Illock
nios. ornuiB , u. u.
Oouncll IJiufli U.
slabtishoa - 1856
l'oic-l < n LU. | oincutlo K mi
U'OU IJIMH. K. 1' . OADWKU
8IM A CADWELL ,
COUNC'If. III.UKKH , IOWA.
linn. , Main Htrt'ol , UIMJIIIH I anil 2 dliuuart 1 Me-
ili'Ji/D UocU : Will pfsUicv lu Hl tv U.IH ! Klilcin )
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE JUJI UMAHA TO BOY
One of the Boat and largest Sfcocko injbho |
to solcct from.
STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSEMEE 'ELEVATOB ,
Have been Awarded Ono Hundred and eighteen Prize
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
Au oxnminfttion of tlicso magnificent Pianos is politely requested
before purclmsinp any other instrument.
General Western Eopreseutatiyes.
P. S.- Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BSHE BSOS. , 'and ' ARIQ3ST PIANOS , and SHONINGEB
GYMBELLA and CLOUaH & WARREN ORGANS.
THAT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
Enjoy Pure Ai
A.nd nil of the good ( inuplensant [ thingo that go to make up com'
loto nnd happy ozistonco.
The town of South Oinnhn in tiiunted eouth of the city [ ot Omaha
n the line of the U. P. Railway , and it io loss than 2i miles from the
Jmuhn post oflico to the north line c i' the town site.
South Omaha is nearly H milcn north and south by 2 east nnd
vest , and covers an urea of nearly four square miles ,
The ntock yardfl are at the extreme southern limit
Nearly 150 lots luivo been nold nad the demand is on the increase
"ho yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The $60,000 hoof packing house ia progressing finely.
The $ UO,000 Water Works are finished and furnish an abundant
PURE SPRING WATER.
The B. & M. and Bolt Line Railways have a large force of men at
irork and will , in connection with the U. P. Railway , have a union depot
tear the nark at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will be
urnishod 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.
KB1"Apply at the Company's office , at the Union Stocks Yards.
C. A. UPTON ,
-IN wnion is
DOUDLE AND SINGLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING ,
LAW , PENMANSHIP , ENGLISH GRAMMAR ,
'RACTtCAL ARITHMETIC , READING , CORRESPONDENCE ,
3IVILGOVERNMENT , SPELLING , BUSINESS PRACTICE
SHORT HAND ,
This is the Commercial Department of ISallovuo Cnllopn. Send for circulars ,
Address. ( iKO. H KATHBUN , I'ria. Omalm , Nob.
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