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THE DAILY BEE-SATURDAY , ATjGfOST
Smoke G.E , Mack Go'
Clevclnnd , 0. , Celebrated
Finest 8 lot JSo clear In Amerio , and Excelsior te
ClgAr 1'rc eminent bo\e all others.
Our Cnt Does Not Scratch
6e Cljiu above nil cotrisotUlo- ' , for ail J and
controlled I > J
D. W. SAXE nud J. W. BEU , ,
Kennnril k Tttgv , Drugi , Lincoln , Nob.
O. H. Chapman , " " . ' .
KVMJB & Jucliou , Dm J , IUstlrt ( , Neb.
Dowty&Cblnn , DMIKS , Oclarnimi , Neb.
J. (1. IHllivcri , Druns , Coun0l IHulTu ,
Bell O Umiftn k Co , Druus Council Iowa.
OusBch.Mf , " , Hooks , ctu. , Fremont Nob.
W. II. Turner , llook . ota , Kicniti
IT. U. Whlltlijsay.Driiirs. Croti
C. A. Henderson , Qraid hl n < l ,
Succtssons TO .Tons G. JACOBS.
At the old satii ( 417 F nam f t Order * by Ulo-
grarh solicited mid.proroi > lly otttndcd lo. Telephone
Plattsmouth , Neb.
Brco i > ol thoroughbred and high Rrr.do
Hereio d and Jersey Oattlo ,
And Puree and .Terser Ked Swiun.
Michigan Concern Enjolnod.
[ From the BochnUr Morntoff Herald. ]
The following injunction has baen obtained
by tha Hop Bittern Company , of Rochester ,
N. Y. , against Goltfttlnus D. Warner of Head
ing. Mlchlgsn.prohibitlng him frcnti manufac
turing or selling "German Hop Bitters. "
The President of the United State" of America
toCollatinus D. Wnrner.of Heading , Mich. ,
hit servMiM , workmen , naletmen and agents ,
nnd each and every of them :
Wheroai , It has been represented unto ths
the Justices of our Circuit Court , the lion
Stanley Matthews , and the lion. Henry B.
Brown , at Detroit , within nnd for said Dis
trict , MttlcR as n Court of Chancery that jou.
Collatinus D Warner , nro manufacturing and
lolling n medlclnonamed German Hop llfttera
in fraudulent imitation of the Hop Bitten
made nnd sold by complainant ! yoursMd mod-
Iclno being dovlscd.clreulatod nnd Intended to
mislead the public into purchasing Buch coun
terfeit goods ns the manufacture of tbo com-
plamnnt. . . .
Wo therefore , in consideration of the prem
ises , rlo ttrictlv enjoin you , tliotaid Uollntinua
D. Warner , and nil nnd every tbo persons be
fore named , from using the words "Hop Bit
ters" on any fluid3 contained In bottles to ns
to induce ( no belief that such fluids are mode
by complainant ; nnd further , from manufact
uring , selling or odor inn for sale any bitters or
other fluids in the bottles nnd with the labels ,
nnd In the gtnernl fofm in which you wore
manufacturing and tolling the bitters called by
you German Hop Bitters , on tbo Oiling of the
bill : or in any other bottles , or wlto nny other
labels contrived or designed to represent or
induce the belief tbat the bitters or fluids Bold
by you are tbo goods of the complainant.until
the further order of the Court. * *
The Honornblo MOU1USON ll WAITE ,
Chief Justice of the United States.
At Detroit.this IClh day of July , A. 1) . 18SD.
1 fl , . S. ] Walter S. llarsha , Cleric ,
Proaecnto the Swindlers.
It when you cill ( or Hop Blttcra ( a o roon o'n'tor
ot hops on the whlto Ulicl ) the druggist hands out
iy etuCT called 0 D Warner's German Hup flitters
or with other h < 1 name , rcfuso It nnd shun that
drUfTRlst asjou wou d riper ; and It ho has taken
> our money tor th etufl , Indict tlm ( or the liaud
and auo him'or damasiiii ; t r the swindle , and will
roardou llbcrallr ( or the con\Ictlcn.
I bavon positive remedy for the ftbo7otleea ! ii ; by Its
HBO thousands of ctnes ut tlio wnret kind tuidof font ;
Btftndlne have been cured I ndpod , f ot rnni ; ! ray faltti
lnltsonic.icrthrit . In-l 1 nrn < IT\\O HOTll.KS 1 KKH ,
tocethcrwith .U.UA1U KTHIIATlbHuii this dlsoMO
t.'sunrBUtTisrer ' ( Jhncxnrewsuiid 1 * ( > niltlr fo.
Dll.T.A bLUUUM.lsirearlSt ewTctb
THE OHEAPEST PLACE IN OMAHA TO BUY
SS f& &
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One of he Best and L&rgQSt Stocks in the Unitad StakEi *
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER ELEVATOE
Park Place , Omaha , Nebraska ,
Hoarding School for yonnpf ladies under the direction of the Licllea of the Sacred Heart.
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Sh scholastic yenr camniencos on tha firat Woclncndny in September.
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IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
BO NOT I1R DICCKIVIJII.-Manr OrueelsU and Grocers who do not hare Duffy's Pur *
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> elncof an Inferior grade and adulterate , poya thea a larger profit
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your addrtsj andw * will man book con talnlncToluable Information. Sam fit Quart Mottle *
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M nd watched tha hlp with utroatnine ; eye
And nchinR heart , ( Ail uut the biy }
And wa'tng ' ! there tint dliraal u r.
Her bosom rose and fell with signs.
Great Riant cliffs In warrior guie
Thrownp thn pr jr with mighty hand ;
And All day long old ooasn grand ,
Her bosom roao and fell with ifhs. ?
Yet , when to port Maud'a o ger eyes
Ths ehip discerned , and Si with grace
Did leap whore , In tight embrace
Her bosom rote nnd foil with Si B ,
Morrow In tlio dtimlny Soliool.
"I'm sorry to Inform yon , children dear ,
No picnio will bo given you thu yew , "
Remarked the noparintendent , with r tear ,
"O , pray , kind ir , " the weeping acholars
"Bo Rood enough to toll the reason why. "
Fiercely then flared his frenzy-rolling eye ,
An softly then ho &ld , with soulful igV ,
"Uejunio the price of lemona Is o hljh. ( "
SEEKING HER LOVER ,
The Ghost of aDenyerBriflgeLaiufor
111 a Conrapns Mao ,
A Woman , Accompanied lJ ) a It OK ,
Stands on tlio Urltl o at Mld-
niglir , Mystlfylns the
"That waa a qneor experience I had
the other night , " said a fatherly-looking
old gentleman to a Nowa reporter last
night. "Did yea hear of it ? "
"For two weeks past thnro hsn boon n
report In our neighborhood that a ghoat-
could bo teen every night between mid-
light and 2 o'clock standing on the
Bridge looking down at the water. I live
near the Nineteenth street bridge across
, ho Platto. My wife and nolghbnrs had
; old mo several times about snolng a wo
man in white , or something that roaom-
ilcd ono , flitting about at unseemly
lours , and oidaavoro wora made to lure
mo Investigate the matter , for , if 1 say it
myself , I am considered the only cour
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD.
"Well , I didn't piy much attention to
the old woman's talk. They persuade J
a friend of inino , a b'g fellow , to watch
ono night , end ho did BO. Ho repartud
next morning tbat ho saw a beautiful
; lrl , clothed in a beautiful cmilo and n
alght dress , her hair floating down her
Dick , accompanied by a big Mask dog ,
wander to the bridge and stand loaning
pensively against the rail for an _ hour ,
azlng down into the water , while the
log crouohod at her feet. I asked the
'ool why he didn't speak to the girl if ho
waa near enough to aeo her , and ho said
10 waa afraid of the dog.
'I know the follow was a terrible
coward , but ho had awakened a desire on
my part to ECO tha girl , no I concluded to
watch the first night I had an opportu
nity. That was at least a week coming ,
t Sunday night , aa I hsct abundant
leisure , 1 thought I would see whom nho
wan. I supposed oho waa some somnam
bulist , and didn't imac-ino my adventure
would amount to anything.
'I atald at homo until midnight and
; hen -cut down to the brldga and got a
place irhoro I conld ECO vyithont being
iecn. It we.sn't more than half an hour
jaforo the ghost came along with his
dog. The dog was a big yellow onojast as
my neighbor said , but 1 waa determined
to speak to the phost is It WSB a good-
looking ono , and a w ornan
coo ou NO DOO.
"Tho ghost , sprite , spirit or woman
stopped in the middle of the bridge. The
dog crouched down hy her side. I
wutohod them awhile , then taunttrcd on
the bridge and staitjd across. I had a
avy stick in my hand to elvo the dcg a
rap if ho displayed anything other than a
friendly disposition. I got in about ton
feet of the woman bofoio the dog noticed
me. Uo arose and came towords mo ,
wagging his till. I patted him on the
isad , walked up to the woman and opoko
"Sho turned sharply around , eyed mo
for a moment , then hold out her hand. "
' 1 know you would came , " she raid ,
"Have you been expecting me ? "
"Why , cartilnly I have. How can
you ask that ? You know I promised to
neet yon hero , and I havcn'c iniasod a
night alnca you went awoy. "
She made a movement HB If oho was
; oing to throw herself on my broisr. I'm
tot .naturally timid , but bolnij the father
of n family , that motion ccarcd mo BO I
stepped to ono tide and contluuod the
conversation. Isooiiaaw that I had to
dunl with a crazy woman and begnn hu
moring hor. She went on for about ono
10ur , gushing about promises , trneuesj
and everything of the kind. Finally , she
.old mo It' I didn't kiss her and promlco
: o forgive her , she wou'd throw hcraelf
nto the river and I actually had to do it.
[ dldn'c tell my wifa anything about It ,
"I bollevo the would have stopped and
talked there all night , hadn't '
I MILDLY INTIMATED
that it was time for her to go homo. She
consented on condition that I accompany
her , and I told her 1 would.
"It is qrjlto & walk , " aho said as the
took my arm , "bat I don't mind it. I
would have taken my buggy , but I hated
to disturb the oraohman. "
"I hadn't the least idea where wo wore
going , and 1 wisely refrained from ask
ing nuy questions , for she labored under
the belief that I know where she lived.
Well , sir , she walked until I was actually
tired , but she teemed tireless. When
wo did ( .stop It wcs at a hence at least
four miles from the bridge , promising to
moot mo next nlghtfat the sain9 place and
at the same tlmo "
"Not much. I didn't propose that she
should do anything of tbo kind , which
was the reason I went homo with her. "
"Who wai she ? '
"I shall never tell you , "
"Was she "
reslly deranged ?
"I will toll you the etory. After I had
taken her homo I went homo aud told my
wife about it. She advised mo to tell
her father about what hsel occurred. The
next day I did so , and he told me a pit !
ful story. I won't call ny names. It
scum that the girl had a lover who wai
engaged in mining oporationa , They
wrra cugigad i < j bo married and were to
cave been wed in June last. The young
mau had undo a small strike , eullick-nt
10 glva him a Jitlla start. "
TUB OIUL HAD HIKI'AKED
everything for a quiet weddln ? , when the
ctewd came to liar that her lover htsd lost
his lifo by a prcnuture explosion in a
mine. Her father said that she displayed
oo psrlhuUr emotion She only svd
'hat she know saoh a thing was going to
occur , bocauta oho had a jjrcmoul.ica of
"Of couree , I went to her father next
day and told him what Lad cccorrtd ;
And ho told me what I h ro told yon. I
told Mm what h d been going on and ho
was surprised. IIo noyor know that his
daughter had lost her mind or that she
was In the habit of wandering BO fir away
from norna at night , und was surpritod
when I told him what had occurred. He
said elio wes ( onaiblo enough during the
day , and the only thing ho had noticed
that was strange in her was her melan
"I persuaded him to alt up and watch
her Monday night , and the rcault was
that ho found her stealing away from the
liouao. When brought back she began
to rav * , and it was necessary to tie her
down in bed to keep her from injuring
horsolf. ilor father told mo that ho
would probably tend her to a private
asylum. She is now confined in a room
at her house. The CMO is a peculiar and
A sad ono. But our ghost is laid. I had
qnlto an experience , but I am thankful
tbat I and no ono else lad the caao to
deal with. Poor girl , I hope she will regain -
gain her reason. "
' sweet knock swcolheart't
'Tie to .at yonr
When tha bees have coaatd their drum
And hoar the biill-dcR growl response :
' Voj , old boy , I'm coming 1"
Ilungary 1ms an Insurance company which
pays married mon 100 to 500 in the oent of
the elopement of their spouses ,
A Chjcago young woman broke her engage ,
meut with her young miu because she found
out that ho habitually called trousers "panU"
A widow of Ilarrisbnrp , Pa. , has twice
eloped with coachmen , sirl there Is great cu
riosity to learn who will bo the next victim ,
[ Lowell Cltizon ,
A correspondent , who witnessed n marriage
c'rcmony pcrfonned by the Cheyenne In-
timis , Bays that the hrlde waa dressed in el\-
inh grlu and tlirtu fctrcnks of red pMut.
Gdorgo W Kophtie , a well-known Indian-
npolis into , oluped with liia divorced wife , beIng -
Ing married In the carriage with the horse * go
ing at n full gallop to catch a train IIo mar
ried two nnd a half years i.po Lily Emma
llogora , tlm beautiful daughter of n widow ,
who la wealthy , but who runs a market cofTeo
Mrs. Frankie Morri * . Iho woman convicted
at Oage Mission , Kna , of murdering her
mother to obtain § 15,000 Insurance on her
lif , was on Monday last married to II. D.
I.ON eland , the mau to whom she testilioJ up
on her trial thut she waa en actd to b. ) mar
ried on tlmHli of July , bu'.was prevented by
belug In custody. Tha bride occupies n plain
ly furnished cell.
When n couple are engaged In Ilusaia a
betrothal leant is held , and tha bride-oloct
has a lock nf hair cut oft ia the presence of
witnesses and given to tha bridegroom , who ,
in return , presents a silver ring set with tur
quoise , un almond cake , and gift of bread
and salt. Among poor people who cannot
atlord gilror and turquoise , tin and n bit of
bluestone are used ,
A patriarchal couple named Ledger , who
have done much to make up for shortcomings
of many of their countrymen and women in
ropopuUtlug France are now living nt Kozoy-
Belvnl in the , Aiano. They bavo twenty-
toven children , of whom twenty-fivo are living
and three are scrviup in the army of the Ton-
quin. The father nnd mother , ago recpec'
Ively 73 and US , cultivate a farm oided by eiz
other BOUB. Of their twenty-seven children
twenty-ono were boys.
ASommcrull9Mass ( ) bride nnd groom ,
ambitious to bo taken for an old married coup
le , borrowed a 3 yonr-old boy to accompany
them on their bridal tour , _ but ho brought
them only shame and humiliation. Ho con
tinually addressed the groom as Mr. Brown
and the brida ns Miss Jones , and ono Impert
inent hotelkcoper held them in custody nntil
ho could telegraph to Somorvllle to learn their
antecedents and relationship.
In Alabama , the other day , the Hov. A , J.
Wnldrop , aged sixty-eight , waa married to
Mrs. Salmondp , five years his junior. They
had been parted by tholr parents when young ,
and after nearly half a century they met
agAi'n , still loved aud loving , but opposed by
their children. Very quietly tlm old folks re
sumed their courtship , as qulotly as they were
married , and tiisy have gone away to speed
their honeymoon wliora no ono can interfere
with their wedded bins. All happiaeaa to the
hearts that never grow old and the love that
knows no death.
The marriage of the Crown Prince of Ba
den with Princess Illlda of Nassau has been
finally announced for September 20 Prin-
cesB Hilda's father was diKnocsossod of his
state by Prussia ic 1SGO. lie has since re
fused to meet members of the Ilenenzollern
family. Tee Grand Duke of Baden tried to
bring- about a reconciliation , but failed , The
Grand ltiko of Nasiau insists on living like
a hermit , nnd it ia a curious circumstance
that no member of the Baden family , not
even his future poa-in-law , hat ever met him
The Imperial family intrigued to break off
tbo marriage , but they found an effectual ob
stacle In the fact that it was a love match en
the psrt of the Crown Princo. No membar
of the German court will bo present at the
A caao of elopement is reported in Augusta.
Iteoems that for soma time a young man stop
ping nt ono of the boarding housaa at ono end
of the city , hai been very much infatuated
with a charming young mill hand. Thn first
of last week ho persuaded her that neither
could b ) happy without the other , and they
decided to fly to coma other cluno , there to
plight their troth , The pinna wore inudo und
on Tusadoy night the youug man proceeded
to the residence of his adored one , and there
waited until she swung out of the window on
a bed cord , when they inada tracks for the
railroad station , and were soon ou their way
to Boston , rnjuiclng. They ovidtntly arrived
nt their destination all right , as un U'huiaday
the girl's mother received n lettfr from Bos
ton utatiug that they were married the day
_ _ _ _
" \Vhrn Woman HaivH A Bocrd.
Whan a woman her homo would decorate
She stops not at obstacles , small orpreat ,
But the funniest sight her trial * afford
Is whou madam oaaaya to oaw a board ,
With her knee on a plank , nnd Iho plnnk on a
She poises her saw with a knoning air ;
Makes eeveral wild rnspa at the penciled line ,
And ia off with a whiz the reverse cf line ,
With lips compressed she gota down to work ,
And crosses the timber jerkety-jerk ;
She can't keep to thu line , her knee slip ]
But ehe keeps to the work till tbo board splits
She has damaged the chair , she has ruined the
Her back is aching , her hands are raw ,
And shii finds , when ahe trioj to fit her prize ,
It's an inch too short for the rcqulsitn size.
[ Denver Kepublican.
The pjcslmlst exclaims ; "Pr y tell
What earthly good are lllos ? "
The optimist responds : "To put
In hucklebsrry plea , "
The cucumber slgha with relief ,
For it feels that its mission Is done ,
liut it smiles in the pleasing belief
Xhe green applet has only begun ,
( Boston Gazette ,
Bar-room bati should wear sponge suiti.
"Bewaro of Imitations , " as the monkey said
t ) the dado ,
A thermombter is like a dude's mustache
when it ia down ,
It'a npoor mulelhot doesn't workbothways
[ BurJiogtoii tfree Press.
Mauy a man who couldn't navigate a canal
bolt can tow a ecboonor ocroig a uar.
"Mary , call the cattle home , " is still the
favorlto soug of tbo administration.
Kx-Gov. Anthony onca said : "Tho average
ago Kansas town will vote Douds to buy a can
to tlo to a dog'd tall ,
A rifle club la
Milwaukee returning from a
"ehout" wad two hours pissing a given
point. It was a saloon ,
They charge five canU for the use of n napkin -
kin at leading Coney lalaud hotel * . Thoie is
uo charge for the tablecloth.
The wlfo of un Arcola lawyer calla her 1ms-
baud Necetsity b.cauie "uecutslty know * uo
law , " This wu't now , but it true ,
A young lady namedKoaeUiutd le studjlug
THE BEST THING OUT
Washing & Bleaching
In Hard or Soft , Hot or Cold Wntor.
SITUS LAROO , TIMH ami SOAP AMAII.NOLT , and Rives
nnhcrealsatlslactlon. No family rich or foot should
bo without IL
Bold hy all Rroocrt. RRWARR ol Imitations well rlo-
ilRiiel to mislaid. rxAntisii Is the ONLY SAM Ube
sat In ? compound and lw aj a bcar tha aboro ( jm-
bcl and name ol
JAJIES PYLE NEW YORK.
law In New York. If the Is anything like need
; oed many Inwyora wo knowsbo will probably
iliac the deuce ,
Ltghtmrg struct a spring chicken In t week
in market and bounced oft. Spring is the
clastic season of the joar. [ Merchant TrAV-
' 'No. " eaid the pork butcher. "I am not
n tbo habit of awenriner , but when that boy
came in and stole n string of Baujatrn * I could
not help exclaiming 'dog-gono.-12xchnngo [ ,
In 1033 a liar WM legally punlihed by hav
ng n hole bored throujn his tonguo. If this
was the custom now , a lawyer' * tongue would
retemblo a , porous plaster , [ Newman Inde
Honoriou ! , emperor of Home , shod tears
nt the loss of a favorite ben. Tben it was
that the court jester won immortality nnd the
imdying hatred of his fellow-men by exclaim
ing : "lltnce these tears. " [ Somerville Jour
San Frnnc'sco ' 13 naturally excited over the
dltcovery that an Ineane judge has ior overnl
nonths been trying casex nnd administering
iuetlco In that city. His ( ) ucer nctlons In
actually ( ending thieves nnd plugdglles to
jnll was what gave him away.
These are tha days \\hon the young man
; > uts on lmoo-brecch.es and stockmgd , nnd
inountlng n bicycle , starts for n long tour ,
[ eeling perfectly happy till n sixteen-year-old
country girl , with blue ovca na big ns Hiuicers ,
shouts : "Hey , tnlatcr , como hero nn' I'll lend
yor money cnouzli to buy Icga for them
Clilvnlroiisly AlillriB the Wcat.
Carl Pretzel's Weekly.
An Irlshmnu , who had lately arrived
In America , and who had uovor BOOU a
crcs3-cnt onvr , was paaslDg nlong n
country road ono dny when ho observed n
man nnd n boyaawlug a log with ono cf
those aawo. Paddy conld not undcratr nd
It , and ftazjd upon the two for a lon
tliuo , and waa iinprosaad with tha Idea
that the man was trying to take the uaw
away from tha boy. JJo thoucht that
the htter wonldnot ba able to oucscod in
ttlrjR It nway from the former , BO ho
ran up behind the man and struck him In
the back of the head , knocking hlui
down , at the simo tlmo shouting to the
boy : "Now take It and run , jo little
PILES ! ! PILES ! ! PILESJI !
A fiiro cure for Blind , Bleeding , Itching
and Ulcerated 1'ilea has been discovered by
Dr. Williams , ( nn Indian remedy ) , called Dr.
Williams' Indian Pile Omtmont , A single
box has curad the worst chronic cases of 25 or
SOyoirs etnndintr. No one need suffer five
minutes after applying this wonderful eooth-
ing medicine. Ljtioua and instruments do
inoro harm than good. Williams' Indian
1'ilo Ointment absorb ] the tumors , allnya the
intense itching , ( particularly at night after
getting warm in bad ) , ncti as n poultice , gives
instant relief , and ia prepared only for Piles ,
itching of private parts , and for nothing olso.
8KIN DISEASES OUUEO
B Dr. Frazler's Megic Ointment. Cures na
by miglc. Piinpled.Black Heads or Grubs
ho lotches and Kruptiona on the face , leaving
Sallskin clear and beautiful. Also cureu Itch ,
old , Khume , Sore Nipples , Sera Lipa , and
prSoObatmate Ulcers ,
icoild by drugglsta , or mailed on receipt o
At , CO centa.
Bech retail by Kulin & Co , and Schrooter &
Becht. At wholesale by O. F. Goodman ,
"How fs your father coming on"aakod ?
Col. Porcoy Yerger of a darkoy ho used
to own before the war.
"Ho am dead ! "
"Dead IB ho ? Ho must have raachod
an advanced ago. "
"Ho did dat , for a fas. Ho was Hbln1
up to do bury day ob his defl' . "
CAPITAL PRIZE , 675,0 CO
TIckota Only 55. Shares in Proportion
Lonisiana State Lottery OompanT
"We do hcrety certify that ict tvjiertnte the at
ranyemcntt for all the Monthly and Scm-Annua (
ODroirinjs of the Ltumatia State tottery Company
anil in person manane and control the Draicinyi
themselves , and that the same are cmducted ttil *
hontsty , fairness aixZui good faith toward < M jar-
ties , and us authorize the company to ust this eer
tlficate , uith/ae-tlmilti of our sijnaturu aitacM
in ill advertisement ! .
lacorpontod la 18S3 Icr25 jcara hy the IcRlsIttuit
lor educational and charitable purpoaoB with t
capital ol $ J,000OCO to which a reeorve I undol ovti
t5bO 000 has elnco been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its Iranchlut
was made a part ol the present etata constitution
adopted December Zd. A. D. 1870.
The only lottery over voted oa and endorsed bj
the people ol any elate ,
It never Kales or pootponea.
Ita KiADil cinglo number drawings taka plaoi
A BPLINDID OPPOBTUNITT TO W'K A lOBTUN *
th Grand Drawing , Class I , in the Academy
of Music , New Orleans , Tuesday , Sept. 8tb
1885 , ISnh Monthly Drawing ,
CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
100,000 Tickets at Fiva Dollars Each. Frac
tions , in Fifths In Proportion.
UBT 07 FE1ZB3I
1 CAPITAL PJtUB . 7S,6C
1 do do . S5.0M
1 da do . ID.OCK
21'KIZES OF . 0,000 12.W.C
6 do . 2.CCO 10,00t
10 do . 1,000 lO.OOt
0 do . MO 10OOC
100 do . 200 20.00 <
800 do . , . . 100 0C < X
tOO do . 60 2i,00 <
1000 do , . 25 ,
9 Approinnatlonl'rUoio ! 760 . 0,761
D do do fOO _ . , . . ,6
0 do do S50 . 2M
1907 Price * , amounting to . $265GM
A | > pllcatlon lor r tcs to dabs ihanld ba Dudoocl )
to theotHoe ol the Company ID New Orleans.
Yoi lurtber Information writs clearly giving lull
iddrfcua. I'OSTALKOriiS , Kii-reea Money OrCers , 01
New York Exchange In ordinary letter , Ountnoj
by Kxprow ( all turns ol $5 aiid upward * at out er
pcnso ) tddrecsed ,
II. A. DAUPH1H
Or II. A. DADP1JIN , NowOjUaus , La.
607 Seventh SI. , Washington D. 0.
Uaio P. O. Ifonor Orders i > av bl and iddrcj )
Registered Lotteie to
NEW ORLliiii-B NATIONAL BANK
Nsw Orleiar , la
LOUISIANA rtATIONAI , DANK ,
hew Orleans , Li. ,
BTATK HATIOXAL DANK.Now
Now Oileaui , La.
NATIONAL DaNK ,
i , La.
Since the completion of the new pacldng
and slaughter houses , South Omaha is mak
ing a wonderful ane rapid growth. Besides
the large pork and heef house erected for
Hammond & Co. , other dealers have com
menced the erection of similar institutions
and still others are contemplated for the
near future.fSeveral dwellings have been
built and twenty or thirty are now building.
Employment is now furnished to about one
hundred and fifty families , and conservative
estimates place the figure at eigh t hundred
to one thousand families that will find ena
ploynuent there a year hence. This offers
great inducements to laboring men to secure
homes now while they are cheap. Specula
tors will also find it to their advantage to buy
at present prices. The company have made
no change from the original prices , but some
parties who first purchased lots have resold
them at splendid profits , in some cases at
double the purchase price. If in so short a
ime handsome profits are made , what will
be the result when everything is fully devel
oped ? In the few other cities that are favor
ed with a first class cattle market , fortunes
have been made by investors in real estate ,
and the same is certain to follow in South
Omaha. While the whole city of Omaha
will be greatly benefitted by the growth and
development of the cattle interest , South
Omaha lots will enhance in value Fmore ra
pidly than any other by reason of the pros
imrfcy to the works.
Manufacturers of all kinds will find it to their ad vantage
to inspect this property ; good location , level grounds , track
facilities and plenty of coed ; pure water furnished by the
South Omaha Water Works. In fact , every facility to make
desirable for manufacturers , including cheap ground.
Will find it profitable to select property now , as n year or
two hence with a population of 501)0 ) to 10,000 people ,
this will become a desirable place for all kinds of business ,
and lota bought now , can be had at vary reasonable prices
which will double in price ninny times in the next two vears.
Eich or poor , will find it profitable to make nvestraonts
in this property. Free conveyance at oil times will be fur
nished by us to parties wishing to sen this wonderful now
town and learn of its advantages. Wo have entire charge
of , and are the exclusive agents for the sale of all this
property from 1 streets south. Splendid lots from $225
Wo have desjrablo business and roaiclonce'vprop3rty'"fGr' , ! sale in all
parts of Omaha and do a general real estate business. Wo elicit buy
ers und sellers to call on us. We will give them all poss.ble information
free , and keep conveyance free to show property in anykpart of thk/ city ,
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