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THE DAILY BEE-FKIDAY SEPTEMBER II , 1885 ,
THE PAIL ? BEE ,
Friday Morning , September 11 ,
FAIR WEATHER ,
The Omaha Fair Mmi UDder Bine
IhonsnmlB at tlio Grounds Ycstcr-
dny The lUccs Tlio Main
Hull A urund Suc
Another day of glorious wcathcrbriught
thousands to the grounds and yostoraay
nf tarnoon the entire enclosure wan crowded
with people , probably 20,000 in number.
The track for the races was in splendid
condition and some exemplary speed
The first race called was the 2:35 : , pac
ing , for pnrso of $100. There were five
atartors , Pan G , Mnttio Harlo , Mattlo
Step , Frank Johnson nnd Lillian S.
Tlio track was much bolter than the
day before , but was still n foir seconds
alow. The pool-sollora , just baforo thoraces
races , were kept very busy with beta goIng -
Ing in favor of Mattlo Stop , even odds
against the Cold ,
The first boat was n thoroughly excit
ing ono. The atari was made after con
aldorablo trouble , Dan G , Mattie Harlc ,
Mnttio Stop and Frank Johnson well
together. For the first half milo
Mattlo Harlo hold the lead , with
Dan G , Mattlo Stop and Frank
Johnson closjly bunched and pushing her
hard , Lillian S dropping far to the roar.
Toward the last half of the mlle , Din G.
forged ahead , leaving Mnttia Stop aud
Mnttio Harlo racing hard for second
placo. Ho carne under the wlro fully
four lengths abend , Mattie Harlo second ,
with Mattie Stop a cloeo third , Frank
Johnson fourth , aud Lillian S , fifth.
Time , 2:20. :
Second hcnt The racora started from
the wlro in good form , Mattlo Harlo five
lengths behind. Dan G went off hia fact
nt tbo first quarter , nnd Mattlo Stopover-
hauled him. Ho forged ahead , however ,
maintaining n cloao load up to the half-
mile , when Mattlo Harlo pulled up , the
wire being paesd with the throoinabuuch.
At the threo-quarter point , however ,
Mattlo Harlo dropped out. DanG broke
on the last quarter , and Mattie Stop
passed undortnowironlittloahcad. Afoul
was claimed , however , Bgalnat the mare ,
and aitor a long discussion the judges
gave the race to Dan G , Mattte Stop
Biooud , Lillian S third , Mattlo Harlo
fourth , Frank Johnson fifth. Thus , 2:31. :
' Third heat The racora started away
'i well bunched , Mattlo Step and Mittlo
Harlo contesting closely for first place
with Dan G. a closa third and the lieU
fast following. At the quarter Dan G
broke badly nnd fell far behind. At thi
three-quarters , Mattlo Step wan throwi
off her f cot , giving Matt Jo Bailo n loai
of aovon lengths , which she maintamot
until the cloao. Mattlo Stop oamo Bosond
Dan G. third , Lillian S. fourth , Frank
Johnson fifth. Time , 2:282. :
Fourth heat The breakaway Wi3
made in fair stylo. Mattlo Hnrlo took
the load , with Matlio Stop nnd Djn G
conl ostlng hotly for second place , A
the last quarter Dan G closed np and
pushed the little gray mare pretty hard
but aho passed tha wlro a nose length
ahead of him , Mattie Stop three lengths
behind. Time , 2:25.1- : .
Fifth heat Mattlo Harlo ogaln took
the load , Dan G and Mattlo Step noao
and noao for second placo. At the
three-quarters Dan G broke nnd fell be
hind. On the liat qnartor , Mattlo Stop
pushed to the front , but cauld not dis
tance Mattlo Harlo. The heat resulted
Mattlo Harlo first , Mattlo Stop aeoond ,
and Dan G third. Tlmo 2:29 : $ , This
gave Mattlo Harlo tbo tliroe out of five
boats , and the raco.
Pacing 2:35 : class ; purse $500 divided
MattioHurlo 2 1
LUJisnS G 3 4 diat.
l < Vank Johnson 4 5 distanced.
Timo. 2-23. 2:21 , 2:28 : , 2:25 : } , 3:29 : $ .
THE TttOITINa RACE.
The Booond trotting raca for the
purse of $700 called one three starters ,
Widow Bedott , Wade Hampton end
Thistledown. The horses broke nwny Jk |
grand stylo. Thistledown quickly took ,
the load and hold It all the way through.
The Widow towards the list half closed
upon her and for a few seconds it
seemed na though she would
win. On the spurt , however , '
Thistledown tore away and carao under
the wlro with n six lengths load , with
"Widow Bodot second , nnd Wade Hnmp- ' i
ton trailing throe lengths behind. Time ,
Second heat The thros starters , Wade
Hmnpton , Widow Bedott nnd Thlttlo-
dovm polled away from the wlro In good
form. The Widow quickly took the
load maintaining it nt two lengths
all the way round , with Wade
Hampton a cbeo second , Toward '
ward the last , Wade Hampton closed
up and the wire was passed at almost a
dead licit. As Hampton had broken on
the last half , however , ' the heat was
awarded to the Widow Bedott , Wade
Hampton second , Thistledown third.
Tlmo , 229J. ;
Third heat The start was a poor ono ,
the Widow Bedott 'ailing behind and beIng -
Ing forsod Into a "pocket" for the fust
half. Thistledown took tJ'o lead , Hamp
ton following a oloao aeoond , The trot
was made in this style until the three-
quarters point , vthen the Widow forgad ;
nnead , gaining au even nose with Hauip-
ton , Thistledown badly behind. On the
last quarter , Hampton took the load and
oiino under tbo wlro nbout a length
ahoadof Widow Bodott , with Thistle
down third. Tlmo , 2:32J :
Fourth heat Thu siurt was again
badly mado. Widow Hedott'a driver
tiled to "pocket" Wtdo Hampton ,
nearly caualrg an accident , ' The nauu--
e ko of. the doutn 0rullnn Bjnator dis
played splendid staying qualities , however
over , and quickly gained the lead , hold ) -
ing it to thu finish , with Thlstlcdom second
end nnd Widow Bedott third. Time ,
2:3-1 : * .
K,1th heat Wade Hampton again
look the lead , on a good start from the
Mire , nnd was not headed during tha
mlle by either Widow Bedott or Tnlatle-
down. Trio ho t romllcd Wade Harnt-
ton first , idow Boi otteeo nd , Thiitle.
down third. Time2:35 : Thla tf courn :
jnvo Wade Hampti u tfco race , best throe
heats out of five.
Trotting 2.28 cla H , purio f700 , divided
vided , r
Widow B ott 1 1 2 3
> * o M
TUB rouu yean OLDS.
The third was a 4-yiar-old colt race ,
or pnrso of $400. There were seven
ntrlcs , Holiday , Consul , Jonnlo Oobb ,
Vfotor Sprague , Patsy Smith , Q ll Mc-
Rlahon nnd Qladya. The starter gave
Consul the polo , with Mo&Iahon cecind ,
? atijr Smith third , Holiday fourth ,
3lndya fifth , Jennie Oobb sixth , and Vlo-
or Sprague Bevonth.
First Ho t Ooneul , the polo horse ,
.ook the lead without any trouble and
copt it to the end , Victor Sprgue and
Holiday sttuggllng ( or second place ,
with a slraggllng fiold. The heat was
given to Consul , QUdys , Pfttsy Smith
and General MoMaaoa being distanced
and shut out. Every driver claiming a
: oul , the jadgo decided to lot the colts
ntay in for the stcind holt. The result
was announced Consul first , Viator
Sprague eecond , Holiday third , Jonnlo
Oobb fourth , Gladys fifth , Patsy Smith
sixth , nnd Gall MsMahon seventh.
Tlmo , 2:37i. :
Owing to darknces the other heats ot
this CB wcro postponed until 11 o'clock
, o day.
THI : KUNNINO HACK.
There were four entries in this rnce :
Belle K. , Emma H. , Low Clark and Hod
Buck. Two heats were run , Belle K.
winning thorn both and the race ; Emma
H. second , Law Clark third , Had Buck
fourth. Time , 1:4GJ. :
The races to-day will bo called prompt
ly nt 1:30 : p m. , and are is follow s :
2.33 olnsi , trottlnp ; puree 5500 , divided
§ 300 to tirat , $150 to second. $50 to
third. Entrloi : A. 0. Block , Table
Hook , Neb , b m , Maud B ; 0. Rowley ,
Atlantic , Iowa ; ch B , Ilowloy'u Rattler ;
0. F. Faulkner , Minneapolis , Minn , r
m , Widow Badott ; Wade Cany , Council
Bluffi , Ia , ch p , Sunshine ; J. I. Bicker ,
Oskaloosa , la , br rn , Thistledown , L. W.
Sinclair , St. Joe , Mo. , b m , Alraots.
Special race Trotting Milo boats ,
best three In fivo. Purao $3,000 , divid
ed ; $2,000 to Ort horjo ; § 1,000 to BOO-
end , with $500 added if 2:19 : la boaton.
Entries : Grlnus t Onmmlngs , Lafayette -
otto , Ind.bg Joe Davle ; Oharloa Wag
ner , Dliknuon' ! Ljndlcg , Ont. , b m
Running race Mlle hoati , boat two in
throa , purse $150 , divided ; $100 to first ;
$35 to second , and $15 to third. Ea-
trlea not nnn jimced.
Bicycle race Mlle heat , beat two in
threo. Raoa called at 2:30 : p. m.
Farmers' raoo ; horses to bo driven by
owner , owrjor'a ' wife , son or daughter.
MAIN IIALL ,
Eatorlnft the main hall the vlclto ? la
greeted with an exhibition of the moat
varied character , embracing almost every
product of husbandry and specimen ro-
BiillB of ell industries and handicraft. In
doforooca to the selection which entitled
the building of this department "Floral
Hall , " the rounds will bo began among
the flowew which fill the touth end of
the east wing with their beauty aud fro-
J. W. and E. E. Arnold , E. 0. Erfllng
and R. H. Divey have together the cen
tral soutlon nnd h vo roared n monad of
plants including almost ovcry variety of
blossoming natives and exotics. Against
the caat and west walls J. Y. Craig and
B. Haas h&vo terraced rovrs equally aa
fine , and nil-including. J. Erana , the
Omaha seedsman , has a beautiful display
of grass3a and drlod flowera.
From the department of flpwea an
endless variety of exhibits , defy ing enum
eration and classification are encountered.
The Plattsmouth Canning factory haa a
tastily mounted column of Its canned
goods. H. Craig , of Fort Calhouu ,
Washington county , has R splendid dis
play of applca and grapea. The ssmo is
displayed by H. O. MoMakcr of Platts-
moutb , Jacob Vallery , of Casa county ,
Levi Churchill , of Cats county , Nelson
Jean , of Oass county , Samuel Richard
son , of Own county , A. B. Taylor , of
Oasi county , Oapt. leaao Wiles , of Casa
county. Henry Pohlman , five oil palnt-
inga. Wateon Bros , nnd G. A. Bennett
present some spoolmona of BclantlQo .
horsa shoos. B. E. Fenner , of Fort
Calhoun , Washington county , Washing- 1
ton county Itself and n largo number of )
other panics with small exhibits , have
frr.lt ? . Fred Zotaman , of Omaha , has 0a 0o
collection of splendid pears grown in the
' city. Thora Is a largo quantity of Call-
fornia fruit grown by former residents
of Omaha who hnvo moved to the coast.
H. 0. Raymond has novoral nunchta of
Niagara grapes , the now fruit which Is
ogltatlng the fiuotlcultural world. Is
is a hardy plant , and the most promising
whlto grape over essayed to growth in
this region George Parlslon , the Furn-
nm street cigar man , has n beautiful ox-
hlblt of imported meerschaum pipes. ca.
The Omaha Enterprise Iron Works , a.a
new and promlebg concern located at
the corner of Pier and Patrick avenue ,
north Omaha , has aomo of Its sid-lrons
on exhibition. Theao have been nward-
od thn first premium , L. W. Wolfe &
Oo. , 200N. Sixteenthotroet , electricians ,
llsplay a largo variety of oleotrio cup-
plioa. Brinsh & Co. , commissioners t
mvo a law variety of fruits. P. Boyer
& Oo , of Omaha , exhibit a number
of fine fire and burglar proof
loll safes. D. I. Thornton , 121 North
fifteenth alroot , operates the White
Bowing machine. 0. B. Moore , grocer ,
Omaha , has n beautiful display of fine
and staple groceries. Private ea
lava a competitive display of cut rs
n the asaco between ths two wings.
Milton Rogers & Sons hive n splendid
exhibit oi stoves , ornamental mantels ,
lonrths , etc. The Midland Electric com-
jiny aliowa some of Us apparatus. 1
Edncy & Gibbon , Oaaabn , ( llsplay Iron
ware , blacksmith tool * , wagon stock , etc ; ,
The 'OO ' cent atora , " Farnam street , has
a great variety of Us notion goods. bo
Western Pottery company , ot O ,
NOD , add to their diiphy an exhibition
of the process of making their wares
Hlmobaugh & Taylor display some fine
butluera' hardware. M , 0. Von Dorn
820 South Avenue , Omaha , has a wonderful -
dorful exhibition of honey and apiarian
supplies. Honaok & Bro , of Omaha ,
copper-smiths Grots & Austin , rubber
stamps and seals , The firat premium for
the best loaf of broad was awarded to
Miss Posrl Hartman , a little Omaha t ) ,
fourteen yean of ago. A S. 'fresher ,
Ecodsmtu at St. Paul , Neb , display of
produce and grain. Cheyenne county
takes n leading place for enterprise , hav
ing a largo departmental exhibit of its
god crops which rdbcta unlimited credit
upon the county itself. As n guarantae \
ol the fertility of Us brand lands the coun
ty presents n simple of nplud soil three
foot high cut vertically. Itseubatancaia >
sandy loam of the highest arable char-
actor. G. H & 3. S. Collins present
a splendid array of saddlery , harness and
o her horsi > goods. Collins Gordon &
Kay have an arsenal of fire-arms nnd I'B
perfect olub store of sporting tjoode. Tha '
entries In the class of competitive canned
and preacrved goods are without number
and reflect groit credit upon the domes
tic Indus ry cf Nebraaki women. The '
Oranba Oil & Paint Co U well represent
ed. Mr. Boohl ( < f Omohadjij-liyaa great
variety of contrivance * such as an Ingen
ious machinist can conceive. Douglas
coun y , ai it should , being nt home ,
makes n superb exhibit , the best and ,
most complete it has over made in the
history of local fairs. AH the products
of the counly's soil nro there , forming an
sggrogato of wonder. Pompk.ns weighIng -
Ing moro than 100 pounds , potatoes nnd
sweet potatoes from a half to two pounds ,
beets weighing five and six ponnda and
every variety of soil product in its moat
perfect form. The show of core l is
also very ihttorlng. The department Is
under the euperlntendency of Charles J.
KDIIOLM & EBICKSON S DlSrLAY.
Probably the handsomest atrnoturo at
the fair grounds is that of Edholm it Er-
Icjon , the popular jewelers and dealers in
musical instruments. They have boon tea
a great donl of expense to prepare this
display and as It Is all for the benefit of
the fair , they are deserving of especial
mention. They have msdo a splendid
display of fine jewelry , watches nnd du-
inonds , as well as musical Instruments.
The beautiful water service , valued at
$75 , which Is offered as n special pre
mium for the boat display of needle-work ,
attracts n great dosl of attention.
This enterprising firm control an exceed
ingly largo bnslnces and nro thoroughly
reliable. Tnoy have two places of bnsl-
ness in the city , the largo double atoro at
15th nnd Dodge , opposite the postofllco
and ono at 1413 Donglas street. Both
stores are well stocked with bo&utlfnl
goods. You cm buy anything nt their
store that can bo bought In any jewelry
store in America and no other phco can
sell cheeper thsn they. In jewelry nnd
musical Instruments they take the load ,
They are agents for S loin way's pianos ,
the boat uiada. They also handle the
celebrated Dcclior , Hnincs , Brlgga nnd
Bobring pianos. All first class. They
carry the best makes of organs , guitar * ,
violins , nnd in fact all kinds of musical
Instruments. Go and BOO tholr display
nt the groundn and then call at tholr
u. s. IUYMOND'S DISPLAY ,
Located juat aonth of the Art Hall la
0. D. Raymond's building which con-
\aina hia display of jawelry. Diamonds ,
watchoa and fine jewelry nro shown m
the unlquo place to such gocd advantage
tbat the building Is thronged with vlsltoro
the whole day long. Above the piintod
in largo letters la the sign " 0. . Riy-
mend , Jeweler. " Those who hnvo not
seen this palaeo should avail themselves
of the opportunity offered , as it la n
Bight worth 33olnR. Then after seeing
this mluinturo display go to the southeast -
east corner of Fifteenth pnd Farnam
streets ivhero you will find 0. S. Raymond
mend s jawolry store , and If you can ex
press your admlrntion for the display at
the fait grounds , wordn will foil you
when inside the store in the city. Mr.
Raymond carries a largo line of diamonds
mends and jawolry and employs the
inont cxpsrt workmen. AU goods bought
of Raymond nro engraved free of charge.
PUYLIIS AND JOE DAVIS , TO-DAY.
The race between the two grout trot-
tera , Phyllis and Joe D.wie , which waste
to have occurred o day , has been post
poned until vT.duy. The first with a
rzcard of 2:13 : and the second with a
credit of 2:17 : nnd the confidence of his
owner that ho can cut far under that ,
will make a boautlful atrngglo for the
mastery. The heavy purse of $3,000
backed by the offer of $300 , made by
the Commercial Association of Omaha if
a heat ia trotted balon2:10 : , Insures a
CHILDUEN'B DAY , SATUKDAY.
The society is determined that ho
children shall have an opportunity te en
joy the fair , nnd ns they wera deprived
of that ploaanro by the weather on Mon
day , the invitation will bo again tendered
them for Saturday.
THE ELECTRIC OAllNIVAL.
Tc-nlaht ono of the greatest ,
nnd undoubtedly the moit brilliant fea
ture of the flr will be tIvon. ? SIxteoth
Btroot will bo lighted with electricity from
end to end , and beneath thrao midnight
nuns a wheeling pageant will paas , made
up of mon and citizens generally. The
affair 11 under the auspices of the Veiled
Prophets of Omaha ,
Charles J. Ryan , proprietor of the
Oaiaha Nursery , who has his exhibits :
in an out-door space just wont of the
main building , waa tbia morning awarded
the firat premium for the beat display of
trees and shrubbery.
The beautiful alato painting , Biibjoct :
"Tho Neapolitan Boy , " a copy from a
masterpiece , has boon awarded the firat
premium. This work la on aluto by Mrs ,
Lucia Bl. Gilbert , of thia city , and lat
without doubt the moat meritorious paint t-
ing in the art exhibit. tA
A silk tapestry picture subject , "A
Knight and Lady" by Mra. Koto Archer ,
of Carton , Iowa , has been added to the
Miss Clara Brown , of thia city , has
been awarded firafc premium for a hand-
Bomo painted rase. 1of
Miss Nannlo M. Brlggo , daughter of
Jno. S. Brlgga , haa been awarded the
first premium for the beat and largoU
display of needle work by a girl uudor 15
years of ago. Hits Brigga Is but 1) ) years
Arrangements have been made to have
an exhibition r co between Joe DAVS !
and Phyllis on Saturday.
, This bolng the day of the great roco
between Joe Divla and Phyllis , the mer
chants of the city are to cloeo their stores
and attend the fair.
Saturday will be school children's day ,
and the boy a and girls are cxpoatcd to
bo on hand in full forco. Principals of
eohoola cm obtain tickets for distribution
at noon to-day by applying at the treas
Divorce DooUot ,
In the dlatrlct court yesterday
Judge Neville granted a divorce , with
right to custody of five children , tj M.
M. Olorlc from hlo wife Mail * J. The
allegations of the plea sot forth some
allgutly eonsatlonal material. The wife
la accused of infidelity , neglect of homo ,
drunkenuoiB , undue Intimacy with one
Win. Thompson and various breaches cf
wifely moral ) .
Oirrlo T , Hlno was allowed n divorce
from Omar A. Bine , on the grounds of
his failure to support , drunfeenticsr , cru
elty , Inconstancy and Intimacy vti b i a
certain Lllllo Dninell when they lived in
Follce Court Uoclcor ,
The following CJBOS wore dlaposod of
by Judge Stonborg yesterday :
James Avery , B. Norrls , L. T. Jager ,
drnok and disorderly , 85 and coat * .
John Keyaar , W. D. DJlllhan , intoxl-
John P. Bohmuko , operating express
wagon with number , $10 and coits ,
John Jtnsen and Joseph R&ko , dls-
trlbuliug circulars on the atroet , released
Will Fisher , A. Wtiabarff , Charles
Glbeon , aoiplclouj duraotcH ,
Hnealc Tlilbvca Foiled ,
J. A. Roeder's ' pharmacy , 709 North
Sixteenth slreot , wso entered by an.au-
known parly ycatord y morning by cut
the ccroen and raising tbo back win
The clerk waa In front of tbo atoro
at the time washing the windows , nnd
when Mr. Ilooder entered the atoro and
walked into the back room he almost ran
into the intruder. The man immediately
made a diva for the window and made his
oscapo. lie was evidently watching for an
opportunity to roach the money drawer ,
but could not do BO as long na the clerk
was In sight , There was about $50 In
Fell From Train.
Daniel Gulnol , a passenger on train 2
on the Union Pacific thia morning ,
walked off the cars noir Central City and
received Injuries which will probably
provo fatal. Ono log was no badly in
jured as to necessitate amputation , hts
head brnlcod , and internal Injuries are
also feared. The nniortuneto man was
brought to Omaha and placed in the hos
pital , whore ho is being cared for. The
train men s&y that Gnlnol was mflorlng
with delirium tremens when ho jumped
from the care.
Thla eondtr never voiles. A
stn nyth fiiid whclojcmoncpa. MOID oconctnlcal than
the ordlnxry klr Js , and cannnt bofdJ ! n competi
tion with tbcireu'tltutlo ' tf low test , short weight
atidrf phoarlutopo ilrra Sold ot.lv . In cans
KOYAL B tKltsO BOWUnR CO. ICfl Will stacot , N Y
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. "
C A U T D O N.
" Water polluted with sewage is
Now York Times , July 20,1885.
"Thepurity of APOLLJNARIS
offers the best security against the
dangers which are common to most
of the ordinary drinking waters. "
London Medical Record.
O/atl Grocers Drnssittt , .t Win. Wai. Dtalcrs.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The Empire milh , of Now York , hare
opened a sloro lu this city , nt 1403
Doughs St. , lu CUrk Bros. & Co.'a old
atsna , for thapuiposoof lutrodueini thslr
now brands of ten and coffee , which are
put up In n oat cans , ccffre , can aud
contents about tares pounds. Tea , can
tnd contents about 1 $ pounde. Aa-aii ex
tra inducement to purchasers this
company will put into each package of
coffee and ten a souvenir or prosent.run-
ning In amount from 10 con's ' to 60 dollars
lars , consisting of nickle , diver and solid
gold watches , genuine diamonds In solid
gold Bettings , and other jewelry. Thla
company have adop'ed thia expensive
method so as to thoroughly advertise
their goods In Omaha and vicinity.
But af tor 30 days this cholca tea ana
coffee will bo sold wholly on thole merits
by their agents in Omrha nt
the same price , aamo quality
end same qutntlty , but without
tbo Bonvonlrg , the tea nnd coffee bting
worth at a fair retail valnu moro than the
price aiked , without nny regard to the
souvenirs , which are put Into the pack
ages ior thirty daja only tosdvertlaa and
Introduce these Roods. Thla company la
an old established one. It haa already
appointed over fif ly ogonta In the various
cities , none of whom are now tolling
oiivanira with thslr goods , bit 0101
agent haa a lergo nnd lapldly growing
trade , ns the superior quality of tholr ts *
end coffee becomes knowo. Price $1
alnglo packogo , alx paoka. ' < a $5 , thirteen
packages $10 , twonty-eon > npackogej S20 ,
Sand lu your orders bynutl , accompanied
by cash , piat-offico order , end they will
ba forwarded to any pa ) t of the United
States or Canada * . Address Empire
Mills To Co. , 1403 Douglas street ,
Omaha , Nob. Wo will publish dally
list of the names of perzc. .a finding vnlu-
nblo articles In thdr pask-gos.
Below will bo found n partial Hit of
purchasers finding valm.blo articles in
their cans of tun and ooffo : Oarlton W.
Stoddard , o&rpota ana oil nloth dealer ,
Chicago$10 gold ; Mrs L. Homan , 1121
Donglaa at , Staluo of Mberty ; D. S
Moore , cor. of 15h : & Davenport st. ,
stem winding wntch ; Sarah L. Maoon ,
dressmaker , gentleman's gold H. C ,
atom winding watch ; Philip Grndy ,
hkckamllh , 410 North 8ih at. ,
Btom n lading watch ; John W.
Murso , mschlnlst , H , 0 ooln silver
watch ; Mia. R chenru , aonth 9 h at , geld
ring ; Alias Alvanota Wilson , 1021 b 20th
st , S a in of Hbertj ; Mra.4Frauk Vool
ley , 82i ( S 2lstsr. , diamond rlnj ; J hu
J. Wilton , laborer. S 9th St. , S ' 5 In
currendy ; Mra. Jenny Bylaud , Sooth
10 h St. , gold ring ; F. E , Myn rd , deif
and dumb Institute , dumnnd B ud ; Jimos
L , UopkitiB , farmer , < ! t | io d'tmond
rlngjMre.n , Oltroont , 1120 N 10 h st.
Mra. John Ounpboll , 17 ' 3 , DoJge st.j
Barlholdl S a uo cf Llbnrtj ; Af. L
Mitchell , Dfiivor Col , , ladlea 3 tonodU-
mrnd lace pin ; BIUs Anna Saunder' , 420
Convent at , , silver service ; Mrs E E
Huntley , merohant , Si > nx Oily , ftem
winding watcb ; Mrs 0 0. Sehsffor , 2100
Farnsra st. , Riutholdl S utuo of Llbertj ;
Henry W. Taylrr , comniBrclnl traveler ,
OMcago 835 in oarrency ; Trs A Mc-
Kecsoy , 2301 DodKH lit. , ilnni > J.d rinp ;
Mrs O. W. Oanfiild , 1020 ! ? lltn Bt , cod !
ring ; W 8 Jardlne , Oauha TrmsfcrOo , ,
1012 N 10 h at. , Btt-m winding watch ;
Abner Kobr , bntchf-r , 1415JD uzlis st. ,
Barthcldl Statun of L'b'riy ' ; Win G Gra
ham , firmer , ladles 3 st < nu niiuiondrinp ;
John T , Mi ojbam , live ( totk dealer.stem
wludlog watcb ; Miss Laura F , WooJi ,
housekeeper , gents' gold hunting case
stem windlcg * atch.
Open from 7 w. till 0 p , rn ,
Yankee Boys from Maine
yltono time llio clothing trndo of Omnha was monopolized by ono or two old firms. It ia
clusively theirs. Our " now no longer ex
motto "Quick Sales and Small Prolits Piico to All "
; 0110 , ia fast making us the
"Wo are the pioneers of low prices ; first to make a break in the old war prices in Clothing , Gouts' Furnish
ing Goods and Merchant Tailoring , aud at this time short
our stay in Omaha , finds cur system o lowering
tno price by our largo purchases direct from the mills and manufacturers of Maine , Massachusetts aud New
, and our
fine st jles and goo I work cannot bo excelled '
by - .
any house'do-.ny business west oE Chicago. All dealer
can select goods , bui alldealera havn'fc thetnste to please in their selection. This we claim to do. Our record
day by day proves it , aud all that call at '
our store don't fail to notice the fact that we have the finest f elected
goods ever brought to Omaha.
Our patrons may rest assured we are bound to mninlan ; a position in the
front rank , aud furaish the largest stock oO
clothing and merchant tailoring goods of any house in the city.
Our assortment of boys' aud children's clothing is equalled by few and excelled by none , lu fact our nerve
pluck and enterprising vim ,
Calls together prudent and economical buyers , at the store of the Yaakea Orphans , the
TIMKISW SPRIIfifi UEh'iCLES.
OVER 400,000 t n , : N USE.
And BEST 3ROOTE.
rnoii OMAHA TO
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWKEN OMAHA AND
Chicago , Minncmpollij , Milwaukee
St. Paul , Oodar ltapda ! , Davenport
Clinton , Dubuque , Rockford ,
Kock Island , Freeport Janojville ,
Igln , Madison , La Oroaao ,
ololt. Winona ,
A nd : ml other Important points East , North
east and Southeast.
Ticket oBlco at 1101 Farnam etrcct ( la Faxtoa no
toi I ) , and at Union Pacific Depot.
Pullman Sleepers and the Flnoot Dlnlnj ? Cars In
ia World are run on tnemaln lines of the Cincioo
ILWAURBH & ST. IMur. K'rand every attention la p > ld
p&saeneera by muitooun employe * ot tbocompany.
K MlLl.KH , General Mnneccr.
J. F. TUCKEII , Asa't Gen'l Manager.
A. V. U. CAnr-ENTEB , Genl Pass , k Ticket
GKO 13 IIEAFFOBD , Aest. Genl , Pass , and
Ti ickot Aprent.
l'.roct Line for England , France
Ite oioimthlpa ol tbs ! wull known line are
Iron , lii wator-tlgbt oompartmenta , and ra fur
lihod with every rcqulalto to rntku the ptasaig
) th etfe and grcc ble. Tboy carry the Unlto
; itca and European mails , and leivo New Yor
UnoJtys and 8aturd > ya for Plymouth ( LONDON
hcrboug.d'AKIS and IIAMBUitF )
Bates , Firat C llnCP-100 ) Steerage to and
rorn Hambiir ? S10. O U HIOUAHU& 00 , , dcn-
ral P8B9. A'eut ( , 81 fcroadway , New York and
raBhlnRtun and Li Leila streets , Chicago or Uenry
_ undt Mark Hanson , F. K. Mooros , llnrry P. Doul
tnohi ; Oroncwl ? &Schoonorer Country.
a. F. LYMAN ,
GLAZED SASH. DOORS ,
ude , No 1 MoulJInjCf.nullU-g'Pupcr , &o. ,
1001 SOUTH 13TH
Seventeen yoam lixperienco ,
. . . -
Kxder cf Uliuaaei el Muu anl Women. KJuotrlc
ilaitnotlo nid Uerbillft Hhynl l n Now located
1210 nou l IB St OuiAhft , Neb , up sUlrs.
A correct dUsrnoslj given wl > Jiout any ciplanatlon
from tbo patlout. Cotiauliatlon free at olic.c. !
/ Treat the Following Diseases.
Catarrh ol tlie Howl. I > lsr B08 ol ihe Byei and
Ear. Heart Disease , Luer Cou plilrt , Kidney Coin-
rlamt , Nervous Debliltv , Hontal Depression. I < f oi
Manhood , Diabetes , Ililglit't Dleiano , fat Vltuo
Uanoe , llbeumat'im ' , P.raljfN , White Bwcllli.gl .
Scrofula , Ke\er Burca , Cauceri and Tumors romo\o
ed wliliout the knife , or ttio drawing of a drop o
blood. Woman , Hltli her Jsllcate oiganr , Rostlred to
Health , Dropsy Cuied W thout T.i-plnif , Bpedi
Attention OtvtD to Prlvato nd Vooereal UlMisei ol
ill Kinds. TapoHormsKemovcU n two or th
noura or Mo Hay , llemmorrholdg or Pilea Cured or
NThoBor Cn'o Bte'aflllttcd will ave Ufa and hun
tlrodi of dollars by calling on or ualng
Dll. U. n , 1 ANULK ,
OMAHA FANOYTKAM DYING
0. T l'ul "cn , Prop letor. Gontlenons' Clatblng
cl n l , djcxltnd retailed , hidlef , ' Ureisei clem
and dyed , aifl Plumt ilje4 and curled. All k t >
ot Faucy Djlngaad ClHDlnjf done no eboit nolle
act ) aiUVa lion giunnUed. 1S12 Uoujlas ltr t
Omaha , Neb ,
A1W DEAPSRIES ,
Passecger Klevotor to all floors. 1303 , I20S and 1210 Farnam St.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Knabe and Behr Bros ,
Bhoninger and Olough and Warren
Instruments Bented , Unchanged & Sold
on Easy Monthly Payments ,
Before Bavino- Elsewhere Examine Our
Stock am l Prices
Cornet' llth and
For full particulars about free and cheap lands in Western Nebraska
Address T. C. PATTERSON , Real Estate Agent , North Plattc , Neb.
GREEN & BURKE ,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHT'3 fr
MaJchanta1 ft. Kwrmer'a IlEFEUENOKS Bunk David : City , Neb.
ICcaroey National Biuk , Kearney , Neb , ,
Ooliimbui Stnto Bank , Columbus , Nob.
MoDona'd'a ' Hank. North TJntte. Neb.
Omaha National Jiank , Omaha. Nub ,
G. B GHKKN. O. 1JUKK
Will pay customers Draft with Bill of LadiuR attached , fortwo thlrdsvaluoof stock.
H. T , CLARK DRUG COMPANY ,
Largest Drue * , Paint * Oil and Glass House
in the West.
IIP llMnf'TW ' CTIKinBIl ? Q
MlliP v ! MUWdolo ) UWlJiiIi.o ! .
Estimates Given on Plato Glass Furnished.
Ilttrney Street , - - OmaJid , Neb
SPEOIAli NOTICE ! TO
lowers of Live Stock and Others ,
WB CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO
It is the b&dt and choap&ct focd for etock of r.uy kind. Ona nound la eaatl to
tnree ponnda o corn. Stock fed with Ground Qll Gko In the Full p.nd Wlntei
Inetoad of running down , will incroasa in veight and bo lu good marketable oondl.
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