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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , 'JUNE 1 , 1880.
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY ,
ho Kcwa Grist on the Last Day of
THE RUhJt-E MURDER MYSTERY.
He Perjured Himself Krlcndu of
the Orplinn Tlio Laiicr Case
Tlio Ilulilo CnflC.
Wlllinm Fielder , the man arrested by
Constable Slain on Friday for alleged
coniillclty | in tlio murder of Christof
Hnhlc is still in jiil : aw.niting hearing.
Burton , his young companion , will prob-
nbly bo released , as there is no evidence
to establish the theory of his guilt.
The detectives who have caused the ar
rest of Fielder claim that the evidence
against him is very strong. One of the
circumstances which Is strongly against
him Is the fact that ho wm seen in com
pany with Uuhlo the day before the mur-
ilor"wlich ! circumstance will bo testified
to , when the time comes , by several par
ties. Fielder , nevertheless , persists in
Haying that he never saw the murdered
man , either dead or alive.
Another link in tlio chain of evidence
against the prisoner is tlio fact that lie Is
riggi'd out in an entinily now milt of
clothes , and that he cannot give any sat
isfactory explanation of what became of
bis old ones. Tlio detectives say Unit in
all probability , ! ! ! the struggle with Kuhlc.
themunierer was covered with blooduiul
the first thing ho would naturally do
would be to change his clothes.
One of Rnhlo'fl acquaintances testifies
to having heard him say a day or so be
fore the murder that he was going out to
work on 1'axlon's raiiehe. Now FicldiT
was arrested on 1'atrick'n rnncho , a few
miles front the city , having gone there a
dily or so before no was taken into cus
tody. It is possible , if not probable , that
the acquaintance may have been mis
taken , and that Runlc said Patrick's
ranche instead of I'axton's , expecting to
go out there with Fielder.
The preliminary examination of the
suspected man will take place in a few
days , or just as soon as the evidence
against him can be collected in proper
HE COMMITTED 1'EKJUKV.
A Very Sensational Development In
the Pou'oll Murder Cnsc.
The latest feature of tlio Powell murder
case is very spicy and sensational , in
deed , being nothing less than the arrest
of one of the prineinal witnesses for the
defense on the charge of pcijury.
The man's name Is Crosby , and Ho
hails from Floroncn. When placed on
the stand last wonk he swore that shortly
before the death of Charles Leslie ,
who was shot by Lafayette
1'o.vell , the defendant , lie called
upon the sick man in company with ti
stranger whom ho had never met before ,
and had a long talk with him about the
Ehooting atlray. Among other things , he
swore that Leslie told him that it was his
( Leslie's ) intention to "do up" Powell that
evening. This was a strong point for the
defense , as it went very far to show that
Powell had been compelled to act in self-
According to the testimony of the two
women who were nursing Leslie , Cros
by's testimony was false in every mrticu-
Jar. They swore that they had never
noun Crosby , and that no such man had
ever visited Leslie. This circumstance
led the nrosecntion to believe that the
evidence put in by Crosby was bogus
and the consequence was that Sunday
he was quietly arrested and jailed on a ,
.charge of perjury. Ho has been
closely examined uy the prosecution
and has mane a practical admission o ,
his crime. Ho says that ho did not know
that in committing perjurv lie w.is guilty
of a penitentiary offense. He further
more admitted that he had received if IDOj
for testifying as ho did.
This is a heavy blow at the defence ,
ami unless something unexpected turns
ii ) ) . the chances for" Powell's acquittal
will be diminished considerably.
Crosby in conversation with a reporter
said that lie had made a confession to
Judge Baldwin. Unit Shipley , ( one of
Powell's friends ) had bribed linn to tes
tify as lie did , simply to gut rid of Bald
win who was pestering him with ques
tions. "I wasn't on oath when 1 was
talking with Baldwin"ho said , "and 1
could say what I pleased. "
Crosby further denied most strenuously
that he had perjured himself , or that lie
lind received any bribe money.
Mr. Biirnham , Powell's attorney , was
very indignant at what he called a cow
ard gotien up by one of the counsel for
tlio prosecution. "This is a cock-ami-
bull yarn ho said which will bo exposed
when the time comes. J believe J am
too Hiirow and too honest to allow Hald
win to catoh mo napping In that way. 1
don't know the first tiling about tlio al
leged bribery , and am just as ready to
have a full examination as any one. No ,
fiir , 1 have not been near Crosby to-day ,
hccauso if 1 did , the prosecution might
bo tempted to accuse mo of trying to in-
Tlio B. & M. QSunday commenced tlio
laying of a now track in the bet toms and
tills morning tlio work was continued
witli a largo force of men. It leaves the
main track running north and south be
side the river and pushes directly west
toward tlio foot of Leaven worth.
During tlio past few months the
1) ) . & M. has been raising up the bottom
tom land , commencing immcdlatidy
north of the Union I'acilie bridge and in
tend to continue up to Jones street. They
have now ouo track across the land for
this purpose and tlio other above men
tioned , would enable them to work two
gangs and two trains and thus expedite
TIII : NIW : TJMI : CAKP.
The now time curd on tin Union Pa-
clilo wont into tilled Sunday , and yester
day the railroad employes have hail
their lirstoNierlonco | in becoming familiar
with the novelty. All the trains arrived
on time , and nothing now could bo
noticed about them by those who wcro
unaware of the now order of things.
The now regime elves Conductor Mack
of the dummy a little more chance to
earn his salary. Instead of dropping oil' ,
ns heretofore , ho now runs the 7 o'clock
tram to and from the Bluffs every evenIng -
Ing , and every ulternuto night ho goes
over and back with tlio 8:15 : run. The
latter wns put on to connect with tlio
bioux City train at the Bluffs. The last
mentioned train has been discontinued ,
though tlm dummy is retained because it
lias attracted a pretty fair amount of
n. ts M.ORAmxo.
The grading of tlio B. & M. road to
Ashland has already reached the vicinity
of the town of Forest City , though the
line takes a direction some distance from
the old town sito. As it consequence the
corner grocery ami the other house
which marked tlio business center of that
place , are moving on wheels to close
proximity to tlio track.
NOTKS ANIi I'KUSONAW.
Messrs. S. T. Smith and B. U. Thomp-
ton , of the Union Pacllio , have returned
from the superintendents' meeting in
J. Murdoch , traveling freight agent of
HJO UnionPacilic ; , arrived yesterday from
The now Urauu Island accommodation
train was well patronised yesterday
It consisted of seven coaches , four of
which were largely laden with pasongcrs. .
George M. t'unniiings , the new 'land
commissioner of the Union Pacific , ar
rived to-day from Boston , and enters at
once upon his duties. Ho will have
jurisdiction over all the lands owned by
the Union I'acilic , instead of those in the
mam division only , as wis : the case with
Friends of the Orphan.
To-day the second 0 annual Itatc
council of the 0. K. of A. will convene in
this city , in the hall of the local branch ,
Brown's building , Farnam street , oppo
site the Paxton. It will be attoirtlcd by
delegates from Lincoln , Columbii ? , North
Pintle , West Point , Albion , Falls City ,
Platlsmouth , O'Neill and Omaha. The
delegates will elect two supreme repre
sentatives to attend the supreme council
which will meet in Chicago next May
They will also elect state olllccr.-i for the
ensuing year and adopt a constitution
for the government of the several
stale brandies , besides devising
ways and means for the extension
of llio benotlts of tile order to other parts
of Nebraska. The society is of the benelit
insurance order , $ . ' ,000 being given to
his family on the decease of ii member.
The order was introduced in this slate
about throe years ago by Dr. M. J.
O'ltourkc , and bus since that time been
steadily though slowly growing in favor.
The stale ollleers are : Bishon O'Connor ,
spiritual director ; .1. A. Wht'lcn , state
president , Omaha : J. B. Deli-man , state
vice president , CohtinbiU ! ; P J. Schiml/ ,
stale treasurer , Columbus ; T. 1' . Brennan ,
state secretary , Omaha.
JJS'fhis evening fa , banquet will bo
tendered the visiting delegations in St.
Pliilomena hall , corner Ninth and How
ard streets , to which a number of invita
tions have been issued. Besides the
menu , there will bo some exei'llonl re
sponses to toasts and some musical feat
ures which will make ttio evening a very
Fcstnor In Trouble.
Julius Festncr was engagcdjyestorday in
trying to settle up the old accounts
against him in order that ho might re
sume business at once at tlio "old stand. "
His ci editors , however , do not show a
pronounced willingness to settle , express
ing a preference for hard cash , instead of
Festnor's stock in the exposition build
ing is In charge of Detective Siddalls. On
Saturday evening Festnor managed to
gain an entrance to tlio building and took
up a position in his old room. When
Siddalls discovered the situation ho started
to burst open the door , whereupon Fust-
ncr rushed out armed with an old rusty
musket , to which was attached a bayonet.
He made a lunge at Siddalls , but that
gentleman , by a dexterous use of his legs ,
managed to make his escape. Later on
Fcstnor was arrested and taken up to
jail. He plead so hard for release , how
ever , that Siddalls concluded not to tile a
complaint against him. Upon ample
promises of good behavior , the music
merchant was turned free.
COO acres land in Thaycr county , Nob. ,
to .sell or trade for merchandise. Address
John Linderholm , 014 S. 10th St. , Omaha ,
A Olmiicc of Venue.
"Will Lauor's case bo taken out of this
county on a change of venue tor a new
trial ? " was asked of Judge Tlmrston yes
terday by a reporter for the BHE.
"That I can't say just at present , " re
plied Mr. Thurston , "it is a point upon
which wo are now dcbjitmg , and shall
have to decide soon. "
"What arc Lauor's desires about tlio
matter ? ' "
" 1 think that ho is inclined to believe
that n change of venue ought to be taken.
If we do take the case' out of this cpunty ,
it will , according to tlio law , have to bo
tried in one of the counties adjoining
Douglas. According to this , the case
will bo tried either in Sarpy or Washing
ton counties , or Saunders or Dodge of
Judge Post's district. "
Opclt's Hotel , Lincoln , Nob. , opened
March 10th , first class in every respoct.
A Ilnrc Collection.
The celebrated art publisher C. Klack-
ner , has on exhibition at A. Ilospe's store
a splendid collection of "romarquo" and
artist proof "etchings'1 by the most emi
nent American artists , sucli as Thos.
Moran , Hamilton , Millspaugh , Harvey
and others. The collection which in
cludes landscape , marine and domestic
scenes and porlraits , is valued at $0,000 ,
and these who sco it will bo assured a
rare treat. Mr. O. L. Wocrnor will be at
Ifospc's in charge of the collection until
Wednesday. Connosieurs are especially
iuyited lo inspect llio collection.
A Vacant Mi ml.
One week ago , an insane lady named
Ilyan arrived in this city trom San Fran
cisco. She had left her liomo unawares ,
and her being on the train was discov
ered and her arrival here anticipated by
a telegram to Marshal Cum mings. She
was taken in charge by Ollicer Mat/.a
and dctaincdimlil | Sunday night , when her
husband arrived and escorted her back
to her homo.
The 103 yard bicycle race between
Hughes anil Hitchcock will come off
Wedncsdaj' at the Athletic park , The
race is for $500 a side ; $100 of tins amount
has been put up and 0 the balance will
bo forthcoming to night. Patrick
Ford is to act as Makcholdorand reforeo.
The Leadville.s Inivo boon engaged to
play a game hero next Sunday.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Christian association will beheld
hold this afternoon. A mil attend
ance is requested.
This po.vJornevcr varies. A marvel of purl
ly , strength ami wholosouioncsj. Moro ccoti
ninlcnl than thu onllnnrr Winds , ana cixiui'-t lie
M > kl In eoniictltlou | with the tuullltuUo of low
ti-si , short wcltrht.nluin or nhoBphnto powilrrs ,
Folil only In cans. Ho VAL liAUIKU 1'OWUKK Co. ,
c v Vcrk.
Th < Grcnt Stindny School GrtthcrliiK
nt Urctc In July.
Crete Globu : The time of tlio annual
gaUipring of the Nebraska Sunday-school
nssctublv is almost hero and \vo fenr that
maiii will losetno oppotunity ( raroto
m A'cbraskans ' from lack of thinking
about it nml planning for it in season ,
Those who wcro hero last year annrccl-
ntcJ too well Its many attractions over
willingly to bo absent , and wo should be
glad to excite In tiiuso who wcro not hero
an interest that would secure their pros
encc hero this summer.
A gentleman from Hoston who was
here two years ago , expressed Ills opin
ion that wo westerners were grave and
sober compared witli tlio-so of llio cast.
I believe that this is true , and also that
there are very good reasons for it. which
perhaps this same good man did not
hilly understand ami appreciate. "All
work and no play makes Jack n dull
boy , " and pioneer life , with all its ro
mance of boundless horizons and virgin
soil , etc. , is a hard wearisome life to the
majority , and all tlio more wearing to
body and spirit , that to the most the tip-
porttinitles loi' recreation and rest are
well nigh practical impossibilities.
It lakes money and time , in neither of
which moat of us arc rich , to'go to Iho
mountains east or west , to California ,
Yt'llowslono park or the sea shore. What
remains then but to plod on year in and
year out , going through tlio same routine
of farm or shop or house , until the fool-
prints are worn too deep to bo easily
abandoned. These who have made for
themselves homes upon our prairies and
helped build our towns and develop the
resources of our state , understand well
wiinl this means , and at what sacrllico of
mental and social advantages all this has
been done. But In thi ° . assembly at
Crete we sec the beginning ot better
things. If wo cannot go east lo share , at
least , some of its best , we can bring its
best to us ; ami this deserves especial
nnntion , that it is no second rate talent
that is brought hero but the best.
The Blue river n fibrils good facilities
for boating for seven miles above tlio
assembly grounds , and upon the grounds
are croquet , lawn tennis , and other helps
lo physical recreation and enjoyment.
But our feast is not to consist of one or
two courses , uleasing onl.y the palates of
the few , but the bill of fare is varied as
well as of excellent quality. There is
something for all. Wo do not claim for
the grounds the grandeur of tlio thou
sand isles , of mountain or ocean , but it is
a ijlaee of quiet , restful beauty. For tlio
children there is freedom , green grass ,
sunshine , shady grounds , hammocks and
swings ; for the musical there is the rare
opportunity of drill by 1'rof. Sherwin ;
for tlio Sunday school teacher , invaluable
helps from the instruction of men and
women whose lives are devoted to the
\york ; delight in tin. hearing , and food
for afterthought , in the sermons and
lectures by such men as Dr. Moridcth ,
Lyman Abbott , Hobert Nonrse and oth
Frank Beard also who can tell a story
with a few strokes of his crayon better
than Dickens in volumes , will bo hero to
show us the power of skillfully used illus
Last , but not least , Dr. Dunning , the
prince of assembly conductors , will bo
hero. To those who know him. nothing
need be haid ind to those who have never
seen , and especially heard him , descrip
tion would , utterly tail.
\Vo think none who listened to Mr.
Mailo's account of the "Horrors of An-
der.sonville anil Libby , " one year ago
failed to realize anew the price that was
paid the second time for the freedom of
our nation and this year brings Gen.
Logantho hero of so ninny battles , whoso
presence will kindle anew the fires of
Bitriotic ; devotion to our country. The
. A. R. will not fail to be here in grand
numbers to welcome him'
But as this assembly is the outgrowth
of the jdea planted at CMiautauqua si few
years since , members of the Chautauqua
circles 'all over the Mate , we are sure ,
will look forward to this gathering with
somewhat of the feeling with which the'
Jews miido their vearly journey to Jeru
salem , or devout Moslems their pilgrim
age to Mecca. Wo feel sure of a largo
representation from their ranks.
Nor should the social features of the
occasion be overlooked. There , not the
courtesies , but the formalities , are laid
aside , and a freedom of social inter
course is enjoyed that is too rapidly dis
appearing from our lives. We meet on
common ground , heartily enjoying the
good tilings prepared for us , aim so com
ing nearer to each other and to him
"who giveth us all things richly to en
For many rt will require sonic sacrifice
of things before thought indispenbiblo :
some careful housekeepers will bo ob
liged to leave some things undone. It
will in many cases necessitate extra ex
penditures that can with dilliculty bo
met. But come , anil yon will , wo are
sure , bo able as never before to read be-
twcen the lines of the passage , "Is not
the body more than meat and the life
more than raiment ? "
But just a word as to meat which wo
should not be allowed to say did fie ladies
know it. 'Iho ladies of the Congrog.i-
tional church at Crete are to have charge
of tno dining hall and the lunch stand ,
and they will spare no pains to do justice
in that department.
When yon come to Lincoln , stop at the
Commercial Hotel , if you want homo
comforts. C. W. KITUIIK.V , Proprietor.
Nov.IloauU ttil Cheap.
Only 15 lots remaining unsold. Call and
select early. J. B. EVANS & Co. ,
GKT Howr. & KIKU'S : DUCKS ox FIJHXI-
TUKB. 1510 DOUGLAS Sritiir. :
Wedding and presentation gifts a spec
ialty at Raymond's , The Leading Jew
eler , Douglas and 10th st.
Cheapest property offered.
McCAOUK , opp. P. O.
Biiforo buying get prices at the Central
Lumber Yard , KHIi and California.
A , G. Inghram.
Cheapest properly offered ,
McCAGtii : , opp. P. O ,
Get your buggy repaired and painted
at Gralton & Drnmmond's ,
Get estimate. 1U15 Harnoy
Cheapest property oil'ercd.
McG'AUUE , opp , P. O.
JIOKSKYS , JKUSKYS , JEUSI3YB
Tuesday , Wednesday and Tlmrbilay.
Still further reduction , all wool jerseys
$1.25. We will close out what is left at
COo , they are excellent , well made goods ,
ami a lot of children's brocaded jerseys ,
very pretty styles , most of these have
been priced $1.85 to $2.00 , wo will close
out what Is left all.
Also t. lot of black all wool jerseys wo
Will close out at $1.50 and $3,00.
Also a very beautiful lot of colored
jerseys In all the latest shades , such as
navy blue , cardinal , wlno , mode and
brown , wo oA'er at 3.25. Also a splendid
lot of the latest styles in jerseys , fancy
vest fronts nt $2.00 , * ' , > .50 , ? J.W and f 1.75 ,
13th St , Car. Capitol Avenue ,
ron THK TnrATWKW or AM ,
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
DR. McNIENATVlY , Proprietor.
fiutiim years' hospital nml 1'tlvnto I'ractlca
W > Uavo tlio facilities , nipnrntii | * anil rcmcdlci
for the Rncce''ful treatment of c\cry form of ills.
ca o requiring cither mcdlcnl or nurglcnl treatment ,
anil Invlto nil tocomonncllnvrftlp.ito for themselves
or correspond \\lthU8. J < eng ciicrleneo | In treatIng -
Ing eases liy letter enables us to treat tnnnjf cnsca
( cVentlflefllfyvHlinnl neelnit them.
WHITE FOIt nillOULAtt on Deformities and
Hrftrr > Chili Feet , Curvatures of tha Spine ,
DISEASES orVOMKK , Piles , Tumors , CAIICCM ,
Catarrh , Rronchitu , Inh.Mntlon , Kleclrlclly , I'nrnl.
juts , Epilepsy , Kidney , Kye , Ear , Skin , IJIood nml
all nttrRlc.il operations.
Itnttcrlc * . Inhaler * . Timers , Tr.n'cs , nml
.ill kinds of Medical and Surgical Apl > ' ! auccp , man-
ufactnred end for ? AC !
The only reliable Medical Institute making
Private , facial $ Nervous Disease ; ,
1 A SPECIALTY.
AM. CONTAGIOUS ANM ) 111.000 TUSEASRS.
from Mhiitovcrcnnspproduced , snccosnfully tre.Ucd.
We c-in remove Syphilitic | > oleoit from tlio system
Now rcf tor-am c treat-unit for Iocs of vital power.
AM. COMMUNICATIONS CONI'IDHSTIAI.
Cnllnnd consult n or ( end name mid ) > ost-onico
address plainly 'vrltton enclose stump , nud wo
will send you , In plain wrnnpir , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO.MEP
tlrON I'JIIVATK , SPKCIAI. AND NKIHUtld DisaASKS.
SCillNAt. Wl'AKNKSS , Bl'ESMATontUIUU iMl'OTKN.
CT , Svriui.is , KoNsntiiuni , OI.EET , VAIIICOCEI.E ,
Si-rUi/runE , AND AM. tn BASns or THE OKNITO-
ITni.f Attr Ona.\N9 , or t end hl tory of your case for
Persons unalil t- > visit us may uo treated nt Ihelr
homes , by cori'cpomlcnce. . Medicines and Instru
ments font liy mall or express HKCUHKL.Y I'Alifi.
nil FKOM OllSnUVATIO.V. no trunks to ImllraU
contents or Fender. One personal interview | iri >
fcrred If convenient , fifty rooms for the accom
modation of patients. Hoard ind attendance nt
reasonable pilcej. Address nil I.cttcig to
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute.
Vir. I3IHSI fniRiiltoiaio. . . Q'MIIA. N''H. '
ESTABLISHED USED IN ALL
( KOODOO PARTSOFTHE
3O LID ; WORLD
ucx nnd 1'rlcrn on nppllcatlnn. Hold by
Alltbc best fBrrlnL-n IJulMcr innil Iicalcre.
CINCINNATI , U. S. A.
'atiloAdtVrr . f'OO-CHT.
to MAUI , ,
( Bucccs nrB to J. G. Jncnbi. )
At the old stnnd , 1107 FarnnmSt Orders by
tclc-gropl ! solicited and promptly uttondcJ to.
'I'ulupliono No. "i
it Menu : AT wuor.KsAi.K rincr-
I PAY nil cxprp d rlmrgcs to ntrpolnlA ulihtn 300
milow. liHriiiTliipifl to icloct from. Srnil tv.o ccni
tump for IlIiiftmuUcutMlofiio. ' Moilllon tlilapaper.
L. G. SPENCER'S TOY FACTORY ,
321 W. MADISON ST. , CHICAGO.
EiplitPL-ntli Ht. mill St. Jlnvy'a"avo.
From 10 a. in. to 10 p. m.
Just received , entire new lot of Stamp
And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Orders taken for nil kinds of Kmbroldcry. A13O
PATCH , Lais' taisk ,
15B7B > oiiKlat *
II. IIGICCKT ,
OVER 400,000 as IN.USE.
Rldlnff Voli'cln ninde. lUdra ns easy
. The HprliiunleiiKllic nand
AiorCcn Accoidinxtotho weieht thoycnrry. I quoy
\rcll niluptcd in j niyli rnuntry roniU itnu
Jlnc drivcMnlcitic . illiinuffirliiri'd unilxoldby
ill Icudiuji Citrrh' o liuililfra niut Huulrrn *
McNAIR & SPHAY ,
Flour Feed Hay Lime Ge.ment
, , , , . ,
Prices Keasoimblo , Quality ( limrantccil.
Onloru Filloil tfi'omplly.
Tolopliono yo. 801.
1505 Hurt Street , Hotweon Ifith and 10th
L O TiS
$700 $ to $760 , $200 $ cash , bal , t-2-3 Yrs
3 blocks front King St. Cart
S. S. Van Bouron , 220 S. I4tli
HouBo.iCornor Lot ,
UNow South Front.
IN WALNUT HILL ADDITION ,
Near Hell Uno Depot ; only $1000 , $300 down , bal.
anca monthly ; alfo 5 lots adjoining , from $200 to
UO. 8. 8. VAN BEUREN , 220 South 14th St
Acre Property near City.
C OTE BRILLIANTE
Lots Tor Sale in all parts of Gity.
S. S. VAN BEUREN , 220 8. 14th.
G. W. KING ,
Hardware , Tinware ,
Tools , Cut lory. Jobbing niul HcnalrliiK prompt
ly uttcuUoil to. Solo lu'cnt Car Uouuluc Vupor
l > or SU e , 2lt CuuihiK street
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U , S. DEPOSITORY.
Omtihn , Nebraska.
Onpitnl. . , . , $500,000
Herman Kountzc , President.
John A. Crolghton , Vice President
P. 11. Davis , Cashier.
W. 11. Meeaulcr. Ass't Cashier.
V COIUSTOCK ,
Genl. Insurance Agents ,
Morclmnt'8 Nntlonal Ilium lUnMltiff , Cor. Fur-
niMn nml lilt lists. , room 1 np-stiilrs.
Tclcpliotiu No. 375 , Otnnhn , Nebraska.
. . . WU'NKSKM :
riiocnl.T. London , Knitlnml $ .1,723,374.13
Hrrmon'sNo\Ttirk , N , .1 , . . , l Ml.PV'.its '
( lion's rnlts , Olon'sKdlU.N. V MDi/JXlRS
Cllrnrd , IMilliiilflphlu. I'll l.wlno.7a )
Wi'Stchoslor , Now Vork.N. Y lUM8.fil :
John Hi.iitMink Mutui.l l.lfo , Boston..U,7.11,715nl
WAS/a'KJI W. LYNCH * V CO. ,
UPHOLSTERERS & FURNITURE
Ten Yi'nrs' Kxpcrlcnoo.
313 S , 12th SI. , Bat. Farnam and Harney.
Cnno poiitlnp nnd mnttrcss rcnnvntlnir n spco
.nlty. All work ilono promptly and nt n-ii on-
'blorAtca. Mnll orders promptly nttondnl to.
XT. S. 33E3FOSITOK , if.
S , W , Cor. Farnam & 12th 3ts.
Capital , - $100,000
Surplus , - 15,000
GW. HAMILTON Prostdont.
M.T. 1 ! A ULOW , Cushion
C. WII.I , IIA.MIt.TXV , Asst. Cnshlor
W.M. Caldvvoll. J. W. Hnmllton. B. F Smith
Mrr. Burins. Will Hamilton _
Wll.A.l'A.VIO.N 1'1-US , KZHAMlt.t , , HI > , Vl00.1'rO
216 S. 13th St. , Omaha , M.
LOANS MADE ON KEAL. ESTATE.
School , County and Municipal Bonds
KOHT. L. ri.uii.icii.4 , 1' . H. JOHNSON ,
GET THE BEST !
THE PHILADELPHIA TRUSS GO.'S '
Our Coaled Malleable Steel Spring ! .
Otir Genuine Hard Rubber Covered Springs.
Our Indestructible Vulcanoid Covered Springt.
EACH TRUSS BEARS OUR FIRM NAME.
Special Medal Philadelphia Centennial.
Gold Modal New Orleans-
SOLD AND ' FITTED BY
JOHN w. HBT.T. , nmcKtit , MJ s. Tenth ,
KltANK IIAIIHHTTACO. : 1 N. Sixteenth.
ANTON UAJOIU , " lirlS. Slxlll.
K.CIIANDI.KIt. " as-Wl.eivcnwortli.
CllK.NHV.tOI. ON , " iwr : Kill-mini. .
JA.MKSKOIISYT1I. " 2W ( -ixtucnth. .
.I.A. KUI.I.KH CU. , " Hir.'lmiKll8. |
Wlll.Cl.ADISH. " lUSS.TwHrtll.
WiM.K.IMKK/.KV ! , " i : l S. Thirteenth.
rilAS.KUIll.MANN , " IUI loiiBlii8.
KU11N&CO. , " 121 S. Klltecnth.
M. 1'Alllt. " 4 IS. Tcntli.
M. 1 * . I'OWULL , " VIA S. Thirteenth.
11. W. SAXK , " 14SI nirniini.
HOIIIIOTKIt.l-ro.VUAn , " ' .MIS. Fifteenth.
HI'AKAUI ) T.V. . .V CO. , " l S. Thirteenth.
( % S. TOHIUTT , " Z-JJUIiriiilin.
\V.M..I.\VIIITKIIOUSH , " KUN.iSlxtvuiitli.
J. 1' . WKIIKIt , liiKtriimont ! ! . lath nt. \ Cupltolnvc.
WliolcaulQliy II. T. Clark lirujs Co.
SIAXirrACTouv , Gil ) Locust t. , I'lillailclplim. rn.
MEHDELSSOM & FISHER ,
P. L. SHANE. SuncrntendGnt
Hardware , Tinware ,
CQJTI EltY , TOOLS AND STOVES
Special intention nlvon to Spouting and Job
All Islnils oC bocldliiK plants for suln.
ox STATK ST ,
3 blocks North of L 11. Williams' rosIUonco.
PEOPLE'S THEATRE !
THREE N1UHTS ,
Ojicn SUNUAV , MAY
Mnmmotli Oryani/.ation. MuFtultlcn's
Uriirinul lioston Dotiblo
DHOLE TOI'S ' CABIN
81IIOI'M ! ON TUB STAflU Hl
K -eoMmini I-I.A.NTATIO.V piNr.iitP : 10
2 ijii'oiiTiii : THICK iHisKr.vs-'t
0 MONhTKII BMKIII 1IOUNUS 0
Alltlio oi-tKlniil ftoiioi Fi'inotts iirortticcil liy thl
coinpitiT in Now 1 ork uiul lloatoii.
Giuat I'lanliitloiiJiililIcij Kcetlviill
.Mlsslssliiiii Stiinin llout Sccnol
Tlio Jolly Coon gnnrtcttol
TlretApponnuico of llio Culclirutod
LITTLE PUTNAN TWINS.
Prices , 20c , 80o and OOo.
Mutinoo Prices , Iflo and 250. _
NotthwoEt cornur I'urnum uud 13th Street * .
Paid up Oapitfil , - - $200,000 ,
Surplus Fund _ _ - _ - - 60,000
FHANK MUIH'HV , BA MM. E. HOOK IIS.
1'rcelilcnt. ' luo I rcblilont.
1JEN H.V001) . LUTJinii I > AKp ,
Cashier. A > t. Cuibler.
Accounts olloltod nml prompt nttciitloat'lvoa
to al ! 0 jsliiosi oiitruatfJ to Ita euro.
P y five pof cout caTliuo Doposlta.
DEWEY & STONE ,
One of the Best and Largest Stocks in the
United States to Select From ,
In addition to our large stock of Steam and G-as
Fitter's and Plumber's supplies , we have a
full stock of
Rubber Hose Hose Reels
Lawn Sprinklers , Etc.
1206 Douglas st. , Omaha , Neb.
THE BESTTHREAD FOR SEWING MACHINES
SIX-CORD SOFT FINISH SPOOL COTTON ,
Jull Assortment for sale to the Trade by
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER
M. BURKE & SOWS ,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
ana HUUKK , Maniw > r.
UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
UKFERENOKS : Jlerclmuts' nud Faniii-iV liuulc , Duviil Cily , Nob. ; nrnny
Bank , Ki-arncy , Neb. ; Columbus State IJuiilc. Coliuubiis , Nub. ; McDonald' s Hniik , Norlli
riattc , Nt'b. ; Oinulin National IJanlf , Oiunlin. Neb.
Will pay customers' draft with bill of laUmi : attached for two-thirds value of stock.
C. E MAYNE ,
S. W. COK. 15th AJ3J > FABSWABI , O.1IASIA.
Projicrly ol every description for sale in all part ? of the city. Lands lor sale In
county m Nebraska. A complete set of Abstracts of Titles of Oou Ius County kept.
Maps of tlieCitj' , Slate or county , or auy other information desired furnislieil
free of charge upon application.
Fine Business Lots at tlie South End , and
essdence Lots !
In tlio north end of this Town. Two and one half miles from the Onulia 1103
( Taking Into consideration the Btrcots nr.'l nlloyn ) , nail ure Bold
One Quarter Down ,
lialanccln I , Snminycnrs lit 7 per cent.
The Finest Suburban Lots ,
Around Omnlm. 2. ' < 0 foot nbnvo the Mli ourl Hirer. Nowliero clso ubout O.-nulm are loc.ito 1 such ban *
foino flics for Modest , Medium orKk' int lioiaos.
Invcttlgulo till' and suture eomo of thin ilno pmportr.
Before a Higher Appraisement is made.
DON'T 11111.liVi : : a ord ojhls until you Inivo thoroughly Investlxnto J It.
Tim t this property I' onljr two nnd ono half mllej If cm Omaha' * busmuu earlier.
Tlmttlio location In bi-aullfiil.
Tlmt innplu trccB in u plnnteil on each sldo of Ihn itrtscti.
Tliut each lot contains 'J.OJU mjiure f out with -J foot ullo jr.
That the meets uro SJ and VU tout wldo.
Trmtlhoronro clx dummy trnlni cacli way , beildoi thorajulir train.
'J'lint tlio street cum run to within onu half iiilla ot tlicrJ.
Tliut tlio struct cam III run thflro ll.li oar.
'Hint the prlco Is one third Icii ttiuit la uikoil for property th3 * .mo illtt .USJ In ofiar .llrjjll > ifc
That the loti are nno third larucr thin i ' t nthcrj.
'Hint thojr iiro liorkoil uy a nyii'llo.ito ' ropruioiitnu > ' 1.1)1.1)1 ) )
Tlmt there hat already boon oxiDiidol | : hotwuun tIWI ! ) ) ) .in I $1,1)1,1)1. ) )
Tlmt there Ii n tine system or aturwuri" , luruuilu : < pare Jj > rlni r.u J
Tlmt Iho nillwnys ull center thore.
That Fouth Omulia Ii a town vl llsolf.
Tlmt U lm It" own poitonico.
'J'liat It liaii IK own railway Utloa.
TliutHUtt ltiowouepap r.
hasvceryt Ulnji tomaka the proparty the Tory bait p-iylm firoifiuit l-i lti l-g t tJ toliy.
Look Into It. Examine It Carefully
Don't Buy a. Lot.
Ontll you nro convinced tl.nt . there U no poaHblty ot Inourrlns nloi. Tlio hand.rtmo reJiaoncelol. ] are
cue nillo this Hue ( directly north ) of the UNION STOCK 'Aitii where art ) located tha
Im.mezi = e
Which In icn TCfiri trill bo luu the The LAItOKST dru.imp . , o tffnUSTrtV ( tuo above In m.t.tut.on llio . won . , anil U porfoetund will mnVo propertf d < .wi. < .utli wo't'i fro ' , , . nor M < tea tot
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LOTS ARE SIMPLY PERFECT.
t will toll rou lots. Mnn with ho o and carrluza . l the ( Jloho-Juurnal ofllco , t th *
lS a Price 11.1. ,4 , U . M w J " W . fimhor la-
fotuiHIIoii lu l > J , prlie Hit * wiU dwcriHUu cliculurs , uddrcw.
M. A. UPTON , Manager
MILLABD HOTEL BLOCK.
Omalia , Nebraska.
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