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( THE OMAHA DAILY BEE' T1JUHSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 , 1880. 5
w FIGURING OUT THE RETURNS ,
' ' ' Howe's ' Boo lers Dazed and Give Up the
Heart Rending Job ,
THE RESULT IN LANCASTER
Iilttlo fJottic tit tlio Slnto House Su-
lii-ctno Con ft UosuincH I H .Sitting
Mlstnkns oit Kluutlmi ' 1 1 ele
cts hliiooln New ? .
TiimiKc's LINCOLN ntrunAn.1
Yesterday tliostntu capilul wits nltnost
ns absolutely given up to politics as the
day buturc , and many of tlio anxious
olios who Imd wealth at stake walked the
corridors lit tlio Capital hotel , where returns -
turns wore received through the entire
nitflit , and were found at daylight in a
dazed condition , still utterly unable to
comprehend the Immensity of the
nvalanche that buried Church Howe in
the district , When the polls closed at
tilfijit oven wagers on Howe were frenly
ollured , finding but few takers. Aa the
results came in from the eity nml vicin
ity , showing that Howe was evidently
holding Ins own in Lancaster , the Howe
backers were exceedingly hilarious , and
their fall when returns from other coun
ties wore received was torrilic. Yester
day they spent the day wondering how it
happened , and ns news of the accelerated
majorities como along with tlio more
complete returns it was fairly pitiful to
BOO tlio distress of those who had wagered
their winter's ' coal on the strength of
llowo , There is a
CUV 1'OU VENOKANCH
against the Van Wyck men
in Lancaster county , and sonic tall
specimens of bulldozing. The tick
ets in tlio county printed with C. H.
Van Wyok as preference for United Stales
sonytor were the tickets put out by the
independent republicans , who supported
MeStiano and the independent county
ticket. This , the claim was raised , was a
violation of the law , and wherever they
Unit them tlio parties handling them were
bulldozed into giving them up and they
wore destroyed. In several precincts in
the county they wore destroyed entire ,
but thev couldn't bulldoze J. ( J , McUridc ,
who held them at the Third ward through
the ( lay. In some of the precincts where
these tickets were voted the judges and
clerks were importuned to throw them
out , and it is not yet known whether
they will bo counted or not. ' Threats
wore freely made yesterday that parties
who hold tickets of this kind would
bo prosecuted and an eilort was
made to locate parties in dill'erent pre
cincts yesterday. "There , however , need
be no fears , " said a substantial republi
can who does not endorse such schemes
of revenge , "that these threats will bo
earned out , for they never will be , and
the parties who are loud in exclamations
against that particular ticket cannot
throttle a man's right to vote for United
States senator if they want to. " Another
busy job yesterday was liguring how
much the ejection had cost , and the general -
oral opinion was that the contributions
wore very heavy that wore made by pro
minent Lincoln citi/cns to keen Howe's
figures up to the altitude that they
TIIK KLKCTION 11ETUHN3.
Lancaster county returns , up to noon
yesterday , still lacked a half do/on pre
cincts of being in , and the returns re
ceived were of the most meagre naluro
excepting the vote on congressman ,
which was about all that received atten
tion in hurrying forward returns.
It is almost certain , however , to
say that General Thayer , the
head of the republican state ticket ,
will receive on thuoUicial count ' , .500 ma
jority in Lancaster county and the re
mainder of the state ticket will follow
closely in oailer. The result on congress
man was somewhat changed by the arri
val of back precincts yesterday , ami at U
p. m. , with eight precincts yet to hear
from , Howe's majority was 1,200. The
remaining precincts will add from one to
two huwlred to these figures , and ho will
have about 1,400 majority in the county
on a liberal estimate. This is fully eight
hundred less than the state ticket , and
was obtained only by one of the most vig
orous lights that Lincoln republicans
have ever waged at the polls.
TIIK MiCISLATIYi ; TICKET
is undoubtedly elected qntlro but by what
majorities it is very dillicult to state to a
nicety. J. L. Caldwell will , lead in si/.o
of maiorily and will have close to 2,000 ,
white I. M , Raymond and Jerome Shamp
will contest for the lowest place with , it
is estimated , from 400 to 000 majority.
John * * Ames loads the list on the oppo
sition ticket anil J. N. Leonard had a very
heavy vote , while Isane Oppenheimer
democratic candidate ft r state VQIUUO ,
ran ahead of his ticKot. The largest ma
jority received by anyone on the repub
lican counly licket was by II. II. Shabcfg- ,
for county commissioner , and K. D ,
Stearns follows olosoly behind with ono
of the most handsome majorities over
given in the county. The proposed
amendment to the constitution has carried
by an overwhelming vote In the county ,
and it is evident from the returns received
that the question of township organisation
lias been defeated bva vote of some ; t,00 ( ) .
The votes east on lliisqurstion was light.
AT TUB STATK HOUSE.
Yesterday business was hardly resumed
owing to tiie anxiety of nil hands lo.hcar
returns , A good dual of amusement was
being had between Prof , Lane and Com
missioner Scott over the fact that a num
ber of tin ! independent republican tickets
ns voted were printed uy mistake and the
two gentlemen were nuulo to exchange
olllcuson the ticket , ns the eiror was
only on tickets circulated in Lancaster
county , and af > the number used was
fnw , no appreciable nilVoronco will be
noted in the result when the VOID is can
Tlio board of public lands and build
ings started j'osterday for IM orfolk for
the final Inspection andni'coptanco of the
imw state hospital for the insane at that
place. Thu architect of the building
will meet them at Norfolk : and a very
minute and detailed examination will
There was ono death ruporlcd from the
hospital for Iho insane during the mimlh
of October , the death occurring on the
4th of the month. Thu patient was
named T. V. 1'iuree , and ho came to the
hospital from Alma , llarlan county , in
July last. 'J'lio history of the ousu recites
that he was formerly from Wisconsin ,
that ho was insane at all limes , evidently
had Won 11 confirmed opium eater , and
that at his death the remains were taken
in charge by friends.
The state geologist , in his monthly re
port for October , recites that the nr.lt
well 1ms progressed downward during
the month seventy-four feet , nnd that the
total depth now reached is 1,11 ! ) foist. The
progress seems to bo very Blow of late
titul the well will winter over uniiui&liod.
The board at its regular monthly
meeting postponed the sale of siiliuo
lands to May 4. 1837. These adjourn
ments uro made from month to month to
comply with the act under which the
lands are placed upon the market.
The supreme court resumed its sessions
yesti'nlay with til ! tlio judges present , the
call of Iho docket being for cases ap
pealed from the Sovunth judicial district.
The regular installment of decisions
will bo handed down for publication
Aiiotrr TIIK CITT.
There warj'bomo very itoor work I'ono '
in the printing of tickets for the election ,
both on Iho part of the republicans and
democrats , their tickets rending , "For
si a to senator , Seventeenth district , "
when they should have read Sixteenth
district. The error was discovered in
time to.check any troubles.
The Homo Dramatic club , with Mis ?
Lillian Brown ns the otnr , departed yes
terday for Beatrice , where they give tlio
opera of "Mikado" to the Beatricians at
the opera hence in that city. The journey
was made by special train , telurning to
There was a lively fight in ono of tlio
saloons of the city on election night
shortly after the closing of the polls that
attracted r grpnt crowd in short order.
The police quelled the riot without ar
rests and afterward the .saloons all closed
under the orders of the police. The citl-
zens generally approved the stop taken
by the authorities.
Out in Little Salt precinct occurred ono
of the lively tilts of election day and a
young man ctinin near having his head
broken open. The case was to bo heard
yesterday before Justice Brown.
Burglars are still abroad in the city , n
residence being robbed of n large amount
of jewelry n few nluhts ago during the
absence of the family. There cannot bo
lee much precaution taken to irtiard
against thieves just about tlio present
Saturday oveping at the Ktinko opera
house the spectacular drama "Bound to
Succeed" is billed for an appearance ,
the ilrst visit of that company to the city.
Charley U-irrow has moved his tuiior
shop from his former rooms on 1' street
to tun now Colorado block on O.
District court resumed its session yes
terday with both judges presiding. Judiro
Haywnrd coming up from Nebraska City
and District Atlorney Strode from 1'latls-
Chancellor and Mrs. Mimatt gave a re
ception last evening lo the family and
students , the reception being held at Iho
house of the chancellor , at 5'0 Soulh Six
Attorney General Leusn came in from
Spward yesterday. T. L. Norval bearing
him company to the eity.
The latest linn to embark in business
at Lincoln Is the btein Bros , bottling
MISS ANNA GOULD , READER.
Through 8OO Itoolcn for the Kn-
tcrtnliiiiient of Mr. Tlltlon.
Miss Anna Gould , to whom the late Mr.
Tilden left $100,000 in Ins will , sa.vs the
Philadelphia Times , is the daughter of
thulnto General ( Jould , of Rochester ,
who. when he died , bequeathed an ample
fortune to his widow , son and daughter.
But the son was unfortunate in business ,
and , having lost his own share , persuaded
his mother and sister to let him have
their money , that he might open a bank
ing house in Now York , in which he soon
wrecked all Ihcir maintenance. This
compelled Miss Gould to earn her own
livelihood and filio was commended to
Mr. Tilden as n reader by one of his own
family , who is connected with li r by
marriage. She had been highly educa
ted and her reading never serin ud to tire
him , and .so insatiate was his appelilo
for books that she read to him
in the live years slio spent at Gro.vMono
eight hundred volumes , besides news
papers , ma < ri7.inns : , letters and mi-fol-
uncous matter. As he preferred solid
works , and most of them on abstruse
subjects which could not interest Miss
Gould , her incessant reading must have
been most arduous to her. Mr. Tilden
was very critical , and if she did not pro
nounce n word correctly would set her
right and make her read it again. If he
thomrht she was falling asleep and read
carelessly , ho would at once rouse up
and insist on having the passage read
over eo'rrcctl.y. She has by this drilling
become as critical as Mr. Tildon was ,
and has become n terror to her acquaint
ances when they speak in her nresenee ,
and they never use a word in talking to
her of whose pronunciation and liner
significance they are not certain. When
ho engaged Miss Gould's services Mr.
Tilden agreed to pay her $50 a mouth
r.nd trivo her a homo at Greystouo. Later
he told her ho would leave her $ -J5OOI ) in
his will , and after a time promised her
$100,000 if she remained with him as long
as ho lived , which pledge ho kot. | ; She
certainly earned all she has received or
expects trom his estate.
Don't alarm vour neighbors at ni < rht
with your cough , but use Red Star
" .loo" Brown And "JJou" Tooniut ) ,
"Carp" in the Cleveland Leader : An
other story I lately heard of ( Sennior
Joseph ) Brown relates to his quarrel
with "Bob" Toombs , which liked to end
in n duel , but which failed because
Toombs did not send tint challenge.
Brown has a great reputation nil over
Georgia for being a very strict Chris
tian. He has been noted as a temper-
nnco man , and he is always to the front
in any religious movement. Some of the
old women of Georgia expect to see
Brown translated some day , and it is
said , that ho can make as good n religious
exhortation as he can a stump speech.
Well , when Toombs was at one time es
pecially angry at Brown ho sent n mili
tary friend of his to ask Brown whether
the'iS was anything in his religion which
would prcvt3i.it him from ncceptin a clial-
Brown received the strutting colono
and listened to his question , looking him
iu the face with his cold gray eye ( inii
stroking his long irray beard as he did so.
As tlio colonel concluded Brown's big
mouth opened like a trap , and ho slowly
and articulately said : "I have carefully
considered my duty to man and to God.
I have canvassed my religious belief and
have como to the conclusion that you
may tell General Toombs that 1 can
really find nothing either in it or myself
that will prevent me receiving H chal
lenge from him at any time or under any
conditions. 1 filial ! , indeed , be most
happy to oblige him In any way which he
shall see lit to ask. "
The colonel said good-day and left
Brown , and for some time the duel hung
tiro. During this time It is said that
Brown wn : busy six hours out of the
twelve tiring at marks with a Winchester
rillo , and that he finally got the aim to
.such perfection that ho could snutV .1 can
dle about nighttimes out of ten. Toombs ,
for this reason or some- other , failed lo
respond , and the mutter was dropped.
but thu congressman who told me the
nbovu story asserts it as his Indict that had
the duel come oil' Brown would have
killed Tombs with no morn compunction
than thiil lie exhibits when ho carves ono
of his enemies on the senatorial Moor.
Straw hats and linen dusters will not
bo M > popular us heretofore ; Dr. Bull's
Cougli Svrup , however will bo as popu
lar ns ever at 25 cents.
A Queer WoililInK Trip.
"Tho queerest wedding trip 1 over
heard of , " said the station muster at the
West Side depot , "tool ; place ono day
last week. The couple wore from a little
com and hog station down on the Bur
lington , and they cauiti up on ono of tint
morning trains. Timy went into thu
waiting room upstairs and remained
tlioro the whole day At noon they
brought out a bit of lunch und ate it to
gether. Onlyont'o nrtwii-o did tliu groom
venture beyond the station walls , nnd
thu erios of the hackmcn quickly fright-
unc'd him back. Thu bride had gruat
curiosity to go over closer to the river so
Fhtj could sec the shipping , but the groom
was afraid to leavd-tho station for icir6f :
getting lost. Notwithstanding thn seem
ing monotony of the day they were ns
happy ns dams all daylong sitting n-hold
of uueh other's tmndrf , WluMi evening
canm they took the night train for homo ,
whorti they wcro doubtless received as n
here and heroine .after thi-ir adventures
taking In thu wondurs of Chicago. It
was n queer \yeUdmg trip. "
ADDITIMOAL COUNOIL BLUETS.
Sells . . . , . , ICO
.lacksnn .w l'.V >
K'P.I l Icy > 101
Democratic judges , 100 e.ich ; republicans
MntllmwH 11V ,
Williams i l
( 'tin in hers
Maxiielil t" °
Sells . . . . .V.Y.T.TI. 'M
.Jackson , Til
Kcailn ) ( ) . " >
l.ymuii T * >
KtlliU P : <
r\i Min 73
Dirilifl- 7 > l
Mitttliews . . . M
Dnlluy . SI
TliouuH . 10 * >
I'hninliers . 0:1 :
.MaxlliiHt . 111
.1 nines . Oi
Kritin . , . 77
Waite . 110
Kelts . . . 00
.1 iiuUson . . . . . . . TO
Kentley . 0 >
Lyiiian . 71
1'llllK . . . . . . . ( -r >
.SHIM ( H )
\Viliains r > ; i
lalie ) > S'l
'riiinuas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i > *
CiiambiTs. . . . . . . ( id
ilnnit's. . . . '
Walte ' W
Sells . K > 0
.hu'ksoll . . . . . 41
Keuiiy . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 7
I , > m , in . . . . . . 43
licmouiiiUu jiiilces , each . ! " >
Tlinriiull ' '
Di't'incr. . . . . . . . . . . . > ' 11
SHM ! . . . . li > i
Tlionuttf . . . . . . . . l3
( 'liainluis. . . . ' - !
.Miixiii'hl . . . . . . . 1' > 'J
l''ilim . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
\Vailu \ . . . . . , . . -it
,1 ackMin b I
CJullisou H'.l '
.KiuiL-n * ( >
\Vai to W
IIA/II : , DELI. ,
Lyinuu ' 0
ICeiluy 7 !
I J.uley . b'J
Tliiimas . b.i
Cliumuurs . J'J
MllMIL'ld . 7-1
.l.uiies . 48
Kiutii . h'
Waitu . li '
Sells . 82
JauUbOU . ' "
Kcatluy . bu
liYiu.tu . < > '
Funk . : . bl
Kelly . bJ
Cai hon . l > -
T'liuruull . l
Duemer . C.J
bhea . bu
Aluttlmw s . I'-
WlllUlllltf . bl )
Dalley . < ' -
Tnoiims . bt
Chambers . 01
laxneltl . ° -
.luiiics . " 7
IMUUI . W
Waite . U-
Kelley . . . 67
Tlioineli . bt
Cnllison . < ' > <
IH-emer . . , . . - . b'.l
Shun . M
Miuthews . ' ' !
\Villiimd. ; . . . . < > o
Didluy . * > '
riitf.'iw . "
ChiuiibOts.i . I.1.
Maxliuld. . . . . \y \
Kriiiu . . . J,1 ,
James. . . . W
Wiilto . . W
Sells . 82
Jackson . . . IK )
Kealley . . . b'S
Lyimin . ti * :
Kunk . . . . . . . .sj
. . . .
OaKoll - - - - iM
Tlmniell . - 110
Jciuur ) ! - - . - - - - - bU
Shen . . . . . . . . . hS
Mauliovvs . UH
WllliuillS . . . . . . . . 7n
Dailoy . Hit
UliiniiDfrs . 10J
iMaxueld . Kl
li'niiu . . . . . . . . lee
\Viuto . - ISO
Jainus - . . . . . . 41
SelU . 71
Jackson - - - - - MO
Keutluy . . . . . . ( ii ;
Lymau - - - - - - 111
FuiiU - - - - - n
Kelley - . 72
Oullisun - - - " 0
I'UIMHI - - - loll
Thuruell - - - - - r.'JJ
Dceiiicr - - - - - 13i
Shea - - - rj
Matlunvs . . . . . . _ 137
Wllliiims . oa
Daduy . Ui
Tlioiims - > . - . CS
Chambers - . . . . nj ;
Mnxuelu- > - - - ( J7
James > - f/fl
Kriuil - - - - - - U7
Wulte - . 150
Keatley . 01
Lyuinii . -.i
funk . b'J
CnltUnn . , . . . . . . . . . b'J
Kelliiy . 87
Caonn . .12
Tliornell . ! -J
Dcemer . . . . . lit
.Slien . 01
Matthews . , , . ' . ' 8
\\illirtius . , . bti
Dailey . l
Thomas , , . ' . . . . , . bj
Chambers . , . , . . . . l
MaMleld . . . . . . . . . , . KM
Jamei . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 57
I'rum . . . . . . . . si
AValte . . , . W
, . . . , . , . , . . . C4
Keatley. . . . \ . . . , . 101
Lyniau . . . . . . . & 0
Sac * , , , , . , . . 01
Matthews . , . , - , , . 01
* ' " " " *
Unllpy . , . , ' , , , . 71
Tnonm . . . . . , . . . ! iT
Clumbers , , . . . , . . . . ' r > 9
Jlaxticlil ; . . 1W
. , . : ! i
. , . if )
The result of Iho congressional conicst
in tlio Ki htli districtMis rejiorled yester
day , caused much surprise and comment
here yesterday , Dan Farrell rceeived a
telegram thai Anderson was rolling up a
big majority , that they had counted up
3,600. and had then got tired , quit count
ing and gone lo shooiiting and hurrah
ing. "It's queer , " remarked Dun , "that
only a little while ago , when Anderson
was running in this district , the demo
crats helped down him terribly , nnd now
ihop lurn about ami nominate him them
selves and elect him by n big majority in
a republican district after defeating him
by as big n majority in a democratic dis
trict. Politics is queer. "
There is considerable curiosity felt
hero among his old Dohtirnl friends as to
what course Anderson will take In Iho
coming congress , whether ho will nlllli-
nto with Iho democrats , whom ho has.so .
roundly abused and who have abused
him in times past , or whether he will go
in with I he republicans. Ono prominent
democrat remarked yostenlav. "Ander
son will not. caucus with the democrats.
All we wauled of IMII was to down Polo
Hepburn. Wo liavo used him for that ,
nnd Iltiptiurn is downed sure euoujih.
j low Anderson knows tliaUho democrats
w II nevr endorse or nominate him
again , and he will go in either as nn in
dependent or wi I caucii ? with thu repub
licans.V'n don't care much winch.
Hepburn irt bent , that is what we were
after , ami next time perhaps wo can get
an out and out democrat elected. "
The best steve I m-ur had , is the ver-
diet of tiouxnnils ! who have ' used the
lindiiint Home base burner . Cooper &
iMcdeo , Agents.
Cooper iV : McGee sell stoves.
Dr. ! InnehottollieoN"o 18 Pearl streel.
lle.Mileneo 1'JO Fourth street. Telephone
See that your books arc mailn by More-
house. & Co. , room 1 , Kverett block.
Thellfiiluo to Uc llullt ,
The preliminary work for starting n
bridge company has been successfully
done so far as Council BluH's is con
cerned. The ordinance having been
passed , and the necessary aid provided
for , the next move is to perfect the or
ganization so far as Omaha is concerned.
This , it is thought , will be speedily done ,
and then the contracts will be let anil Iho
work begun. It seems Hint business is
meant , and that the ae.tunl work will
communco very soon. That it will prove
a great help to Council Blulls is firmly
believed as evidenced by the prompt ami
generous manner in which the citi/.uns
have expressed lluiir willingness to helu
Hie cnterpri.se along. It is expected that
the organization will be in shape to bo-
mi ) active operations of building this fall ,
nnd that before snow 'Hies there will bo
further and more tangible e.videncos that
the company really means to put up a
\yugon and street car bridge , and run a
line of cars tor the accomotlation of Hie
Uard and sotteoal , wood , lime .cement ,
etc. Council Blull's Fuel Co. , 'No. GSU
Broudwny. Telephone No. 130.
Seal brand oystors.afjl. J. Palnicrls.
Headquarters for gloves anil mittens at
At a regular convocation of Star Chapter -
tor No. 47. HoyalArch Masons , lieldMon-
ilny evening , the following ollicers were
installed for the ensuing year :
Companion d. M. Hale , M. E. H. P.
Companion V. W. Curey , E , K.
Companion Jumps Patterson , E. S.
Companion Joel Eaton , treasurer.
Companion J. L. Martin , suciotnry ,
Coinpauon | K , K. Fonda , C. 11.
Companion T. S. Couch , P. S.
Companion H. 11. Havvorth , K. A. C.
Comnanjon P. 11.Yind , G. At. 3d V.
Comnanion M. Duquette. G. M. 3d V.
Companion J. P. Stephenson , G. M.
Companion S. S. Nash. Tylor.
E. ll.Stienfo & Co. , loan money on
chntllo security of every description ; of
fice No COO Broudyay , upstairs.
Substantial nustracts of titl.es and real
eitute loans. J. W. & E. L. Squire. > lo.
lot Pearl street. Council Bluffs.
THAT TALISMANIC GARTER.
Some : Facts Hit her to Concealed from
the Knowledge oJ' .Mankind.
Minneapolis Tribune. : All the ladies
know of the talismnnic garter. But the
men don't , nnd as it was news to me , I
am going to tell about whore 1 saw one.
The tali.smaniu garter is yellow satin , with
n rose.tte on the left side , nnd may bo
ornamented with us many jewels us tlio
nurse of Iho fair owner will permit. It is
supposed by Hie ladies to bo an amulet of
good fortune a kind of a mascotle , pro
tecting the owner from all the ills that
[ Icsi'i 1 ? lu'lr ' to and insuring faithfulness
on IhoiAtif \ * her lover. Tlieso garters
nro not worn onWdu the , er trousers ,
nndit is therefore only uj' accident that
their pr < ! . onco. under' ordinary eirctim-
slnneeH , over becomes known. BecnllSo ,
you know , they are not. worn decollete ,
hut rather high , and even n muddy day
gives the connoisseur in this line no
better chance than any Jtliiti timo. 1
liavo heard of these nilisinaiiio tokens
before , but it never occurred to my un
sophisticated mind that 1 should
ever see one except in a Mora. Having
a moment of leisure tlttfcithur day , I con
cluded to go to the matinee and satisfy
my longing for beauty iby watchinjr the
lair ones ol MiniionpolUcuioy the witch
ing airs of the "Bohemian ( iirl. " Well ,
would yon helinvn it , tlle , chorus girls ac
tually were tholr skirte w'urooly long ;
enough lo hide thu elmrmiiig contour of
their hosiery. I ob 'rvcd ' this while
blushes mantled my cheeks. Then in
thog.vp.sy ddiico what A nhook I received.
It was really piiinful. There , near tlio
und of the line , thu plumpest , prettiest
und most gracolnl of tilm girls , the win-
pome Elolse , wore a tsllisimiiiio gailer.
How my heii'-l throbb ii J couidricnrcoly
believe my oyits. So 1 got an opera glass
and looked again. Sifrl ) enough there
was the yellow talismiuil , with n dainty
rosette on the side , miii < < ly clasped about
the limb away uu uinfrf u bewildering
wealth of lingerie. With every whirl of
thu dance the sheen of the yellow satin
glimmered upon the dark red of the
hosiery. My feelings so overcome mo
that J arose to go , but shutting my tuuth
down hard I endured the torturw , simply
that 1 might satiuto the gnawing cnri-
osily of wicked men. The Indies , 1 sup
pose know all about these tilings.
Diphtheria is a terrible disease , requir
ing the greatest medical skill ( Deflect a
complete euro. Eron when its power is
broken , it clings to the patient with great
persistency , and often leaves the system
poisoned and prostralcd. Just here
Hood's Sarsaparilhi does a vast amount
of good , expelling impurities from the
blood , giving it richness anil vitality ,
while it renovates and strengthens the
"Doctor , 1 can neither lay nor set.
What shall I do ! " " 1 think you had bet
ter roost , " was the reply. Now if the
doctor had prescribed n bottle of Salva
tion Oil , for the poor fellow's rheuma
tism , It would , have rcliovexl his patient
nt once. " 5 cents.
Kichard Steele in Tattler ; "Tho par
ticularity of this man put mo into n deep
thought \vheneo it should proceed , that
ol nlltho lower orders , barbers should
go further in telling the ridiculous than
any other set of men. Watermen brawl ,
cobblers smiT ! but why must a bnrbor
over bo a politician , n musician , an nnat-
oiui t , n pout and n physician } "
Women In Main Attire.
Worth , In conversation with nn Amer
ican , remarkml reconlly ! "It is impos
sible to-di\yto snv that there is any
specinj fashion in Franco. During the
empire , lm | empress tulud in the world
of tasliion , and all our ladies followed
her lead , But now each lady invents her
own toilet there is no one chief whom
all obey. Hence it is that you cannot
say that such or such n style will last
during n season , for it may change to
morrow. But not so with colors. A
partietilnr Hue may prevail throughout a
season , and generally does. The color
of dresses may remain the same for
mouths , but the form will change
oltener than the moon. It might
be otherwise in England nnd Austria , for
in those two countries it is the princess
of Wales and the empress who set the
fashions. But unfortunately for Iho inventive -
ventivo genius of ihu English and Aus
trian dressmakers , those royal personages
weur tallor-imido garments. Conso-
intently , except In the case of ball dresses ,
them is no varielv. the women are nil nt-
tired like men. Vor example , n leadiiiK
dressmaker of Vienna came to see mo Ihu
oilier day lo select some models. 1 showed
htm a line new cloak , such ns is now
being worn in Paris. But he wouldn't
take it 'What could 1 do with it at Vi
enna'he evelaimed'all ; our ladles buy
tailor-mado'nloaks. ' "
only - .
To allay pains , subdue inflammation ,
heal foul sor.es nml ulcers , the most
prompt and snlisfactory results are ob
tained by using that old reliable remedy ,
Dr. J. 11. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
A HiMiutiful I'resoiit.
The Virgin Salt Co. , of Now Haven ,
Conn. , to ihtroduce Virgin Salt into every
family are making this grand oiler : A
Craw Patchwork Block , enameled in
twulvo beautiful colors , nnd containing
llie latest Fancy Stitcheson a largo Litho
graphed Card having a beautiful gold
mounted Ideal Portrait in tlio center ,
given away with every 10 cent puokngo
of Virgin Salt. Virgin Salt has no equiil
for household , purposes. It is the clean
est , purest and whitest Salt over seen or
used. Remember that a large package
costs only 10 cents , with the above pres
ent. ASK your grocer for it.
The Union Paeilie land department has
removed lo the fourth story of Iho Strung
building , over the rooms occupied by the
Muscular , inflammatory and chronic
rheumatism all -succumb lo St. Jacobs
The Inlest rules adopted by iheuler
froer.4 by mutual agreement arc as follows :
Always go lato.
Saunter slowlv down _ the aisle.
Make us much noise us possible tfking
Hai.se your hand and beckon to usher
for a programme.
At first be inclined to sneer and jeer nt
the play , und whisper "chestnut" or
' eoeounut" in an audible voice.
When the curtain goes down on the
Ilrst act und great npp uusc follows , get
up und go out , npparontly disguslcd.
Return iu the middle 01 the second act
and smile when all those who have to get
up to let you pass grumble.
Ask sonic one if yon have lost anything
by not seeing the first part of the second
act , and , if so , what was it in detail.
The end of the second act yell
"Bravo ! " and rnul.o n demonstration of
upplanso that will deafen everybody
around you , uud bring the actors before
Don't go out between the second and
third acts , but remain and bore every
body in hearing by making n gushing
criticism of the line points made by the
nctors who won your hearty approba
MOST PERFECT MADS
Prepared with strict regard to Parity , BtronEtlJ , anA
llealtbfulnoee. Ur.l'rico'a DikingPowdorcontoliU
no AiimoulsLtrao. Alum or Phoepbatoa. Ur.I'rlco's
Extracts , Vaolllat Lamoa , etc. , tlavorfleUdously.
Ver DJ/fJVg POWDER CO.CHICKO. a/M ST. leuig.
LiSSOLS BUSINESS DIRECTORY
llccoiulj Hunt. Kewlf t'urulilied
The Tremont ,
J. C. nraiUllAUti bON , I'roprlotors.
Cor. Uli and I'.SU. , Lincoln , Nob.
lUIn * fl.iil pertluy. Btrcot. curs from home to anr
pun of Ilio o > 'r.
J. JI.V. . HAW KINS ,
Omcos-ai. : il und 43. Hlclmrd * Uloclc , Lincoln ,
' - " - .
Elevator cmlltli ttrout.
ti j i.Low AY OATTI.E. PnoliTlluitN-CATTt.1
K. Jl WOODS.
Live Stock Auctioneer
Kales inuilii In all unrla of the U. S. utfulr
rnlos , lioii3Shili ( [ ) Block , Lincoln , Null.
und Short Horn ImlU for auto ,
H. H. GOULD1NG ,
rarm Loans and Insurance ,
Corrudiiondunuo In rctrur.l to limns BollolteJ.
llnom i , HicliiirJi Klojk , Lincoln. Nob.
ILiverside Short Horns
Of ilrlctly piiro Ilutci nml IlutudTuppudcuttle.
Ilurd nninbcrs nbout U ) hciul ,
r'uinlllox rcprif fined : f'llbert. , Cni trs ,
l > 8 , Ucnlcj , lloaont Hhoroim. MOSJ lloioi ,
itly Duclii'hics , Flat Crock Voniu Marys ,
biiB , Ixiunns und Trno IXIVOH.
Iliill * lor sale. 1 I'uru Hales Kiloort , 1 Pure
Buti'i L'niiftfs. 1 Unroof Sliiiion , J I'onntr Miiry ,
1 1'iiici Cruick Hhunk and othnrg. Come and
linpoct the LtTJ. Addj-uns , CHAS. M. IlltAN-
BUN , Lincoln , Neb.
When In Lincoln btop at
National Hotel ,
And Kot u tjood alnnor fu S-'KJ.
fi IB H IB fl M > " ' " / ul luptuJc
HIllIUULI Viriiulura Uway , .N
knuwn n-lueilr. Unlil
* l < ar , whU-h tut w llliwnd f R E V Ki lil IMa w nulTrn ril
AUdrtu. U. i. M AbON. 1'w * uollu E.I Jl. il.a Yo
SPECIFIC. ! II1SSG
A REMEDY NOT TOIl A DAY , BUT TOR
S S S Bar HALF A OEHTURY " 5
BELIEVIKO SUrrERDHJ HUMANITY IAN I
S S S
S S S
AN INTERESTING TREATISE ON DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES SENT
FREE TO ALt APPLICANTS. IT SHOULD BE READ BY EVERYBODY.
ADDRESS THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. , ATLANTA , QA.
SHERMAN ROAD CART.
; 44DESTCART ON EARTH. "
S1NQLE , DOUBLE nnd LIGHT ,
EASY , DURABLE nnd CHEAP ,
Crated free on board cars.
, T , ALLEW , Maiiagei < , f
COLDWATER , Mich. t
Mention Oinatia lloo.
THE G. E. MAYNE REAL ESTATE and TRUST GO.
S. W. COn. 15th ANI > FARM AM , OMAHA.
Property of every description for sale in all parts of the city. Lands for snlo '
CTery counly in Nebraska.
A COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACTS
. Of Titles of Douglns county kept. Maps of the city slate or counly , or any other
information desired , furnished free of charge upon application.
DEWEY & STONE ,
One of the Best and Largest Stocks in the
United States to Select From.
Till BEST TON1S1
WASTING DISEASES and
PERFESTSJJ yJESTIGN ,
PH. EDtV L. WAT.UKO. Sur
Kfoii In Chltf. NatiuDut ( lu&rt
of K.J.wrltM :
"My attention was c.illi-d U
your Kp.vatone Mult Wlilf > lcoy bj
J r. Idler , DrucglM , of Trenton
nml I liino uicit a few Iwttloi
with far better effect tlian any I
lmr had. I mil recommending
jour arllclo In my pnicllcc , ana
find U very atl tacliry. "
7 The nrnulne hta the KleuBtur *
EISNKK fc 1IK.NHKI.BUN
EBSNER & MENDELSQN ,
( Sole Acmu for tl U. 8. )
316. 318 and 320 Race St. Philadelphia. Pa.
( xoodruau Drug Co. , Uonl. Agents , Oman
Nebraska National Bank
Paid up Capitol . $250,000
Surplus . 30,000
H. W. Yates , rrcsiilent.
A. E. Tou/alin. V ioo President.
W. II S. Hughes , Cashier.
\V. V. Morse , John S. Collins ,
H. W . Yates , Lewis S. Heed.
A. E. Totizalin.
BANKING OFFICE :
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor 12th nnd Furnam Sts
A liie'.icral liaukiug Itusinoss Trnnsnctod.
N. W. HARRIS & Co.
KANKEHS , CHICAGO.
DAIini ? r Counties , Cltlos anil otlmrsor
DUnUa liliRTi.Joboiijht ! ( ! imd sold. Kmtorn
pffloe emievouslilro H. . Boston. Corrospoud-
DREXEL & MAUL ,
Successors to Jno. U. Jacobs ,
At the olilstand 1407 Farnani st. Onlora
by telegraph so.ieitcd and promptly at *
tended to. Telephone No , 1)25. )
No paiim are
that can bo
If your < > : r or If iirkotmitn du nulkeru
them , ( coil direct \rmnur.U < 'u , , Ulilcuyo.
In color * , show * Hi ) counties , lonus , rallro
Omulm City Map , uew adtln.ons , etc ,2V > .
Nclmi6ka State liiucilo , Uufcint j Ihri-r-tory
nd Karmer'M Mat , 45.
J. H. WOI.VK A CO ,
UO a HtU Si. , Uiuaha , Nob.
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Ctiicap.Mitaute&St.PaulR'j . . '
THE BEST KOUTE
hen m\U \ and COIKiCIL BLUFFS at
TWO TRAINS DAIhY HBTWRKN OMAHA
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , t etlar luipiils ,
Clinton , Dubuito ( | , Davenport.
Hock IslandFrceport , Rock ford ,
Elgin. Madison , Junosvillo ,
lieloit , Winona , La Crosse ,
And all other Important polntt ICust , Northeut
For through tlokola cult on the Ticket Aaq
nt HOI 1'nrnuiu street ( la Pnxton Hotel ) , or a
Union Paulito Depot.
I'ulluiun Mluuuura and the ttnast Dining Car *
In the world uro run on tlio mulu lines of tbo
CHICAGO , MM.MTAUKMS & BT. I'AUI. HAILWAT ,
nml every alloiitlon ia pnld to passougora by
oourteona employes of tha company.
H. MII.I.EII , Qeneral MnniiKor.
J. F. TuuitKn , Assistant C ( moral Manager.
A. V. H. CAiu'iiNTKK , Clonoral I'a8 aifer and
Quo. E. HUAFVOHD , A > 9latant General Fasten-
ger omr Ticket Au'out
J. T. CtAiiK , Uuaeru Buperlntoadent.
The only read to tnke for De * kfoliiC ? . Mnr-
< lutlllnvrn , < eilnr Ranlils , Clinton , Dlilo/CnivJ1
KO , MilwHiikee mid nil p'tlnU oait. To the peo-
i > lo of Nnlira'ka , ColDrnilo , Wyoming , Utah ,
Idaho , Novitrln , Orniron , WHHhlnxton nnd Call-
forntu , It offers snpovlor aih'iuitiiau.i not pool-
ble liv any other line
Anioni ; n fntr nf the nurooront points of 111-
nerlorltv nnjoyed tiy the piilrons of thin rniul
liiitMfcn Oiniiliuunil ni'liwtro , urn Its twotriilat
( iilayof IAV aiACIIKH whloh nro thotlnuRt
Hint hi'innn art ami nuemilly run crinitc. Hi
I'AI.ACIi HI.KKIMNO (1A1IS. ( irhlnh inn moilnli
oroomfort nml olnKuniui It * I'AHI.OIt DltAW.
INC. HOUM OAltK. iniiuiimsHuil bv nny , nml III
widely cctnhrnted I'AI.ATIAI , lININi ) ( OAK8 ,
the rniml nf wlil < 'h cannot lie fnnnil ' flwli rn.
At Counoll Hltitru the ImliiBof the I'nlon I'nol-
flo liv. oonixic-t In Union Itapnt wilh iluife of
the Clilcajro & Mnrihwfs'orn Hy. In VMcaico
inn trrtliis of this line inulio close connection
with the < o tit r'nilorn \ \ line" .
For Detroit , Colnrnlnn , IndlHiiRpolH , rinoln-
nntl , Nlniriirn KI < | | K , lliiffnlo , J'lttgburir , Toronto ,
Monlroal. llohlnn. N ir York , riilhldrlplilM , IUI-
tlmore. WnHhlnirton nnd till rolnlH In tlm iut.
ash the ticket imnnl for tlckr < ii > rln the
If you wish thu ho-t ooirmo"l tloni. All
ticket uventsrell tlckuti rutlilc lino.
M , 1 1 1'H 1 1 ITT , K. P. WILSON ,
UiMiorul Munnacr , Oi > n' ' . i'r.an'r , Ayfnt'
c'1 " ' "
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w M iiAiirooK. 'i , . it. iioMr(3 ( ,
Cienl.Wfitern Ai-'t Clev Tim Agt.
Ill ) lM'iium St. , Otnuliu , Xnl ) .
Red Star Line
Cftrrymtf lhol ! ljrluin lloy.il nml UnltuJ State *
Between Anfwerj ) New York
TO TUB RHINE , GERMANY , ITALY , 1IOL-
LAND AND FRAKCK.
K 1,1. ' > Mtt. :
Balou from t'W ' to J. . Uicur ! on trip from
tllO to tl. . Suui'iul Canm. uui'.rarJ , tl :
prepaid , $ l'i ; i-\oiir-en $ ' ) . At oriiyK imna o
at loir ratal. I'm or Wrulu .k r'oai , U ner
AjtritR , it Ufodiltniy. f.'W Vnrc.
Henry I'nii It , K\t StnuiniHt. ; ruiilion V Co.
H i Kutintm fct 11. U. J iv < 'ir.api. lllii 1 iirii.\in t
j MOIIK r.VTlU ll. T i nr itC nijwif
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