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THE 03IAHA DAILY BEU : SATURDAY , DECEMBER 4. 188T ( r >
CONSTERNATION IS THE CAM
Monopoly Strikers Finding n , Hani Set of
Legislators lo Work Upon.
THEIR OCCUPATION ABOUT GONE
Notaries Public CoiimtlMxinncil His-
trlct nnit 1'ollcc Court Prouncil *
Ings The WeHl Iilni'nln Block
"Vnrilh Cnjiltnl Not OK.
Irsnu TitEiitr.'fl i.t.vror.v nmiEin.1
1'licru were evidences of consternation
nrontid and about the monopoly camp at
this city this week , and the strikers who
linvo pitched their tents In readiness for
the winter's campaign , wore not alto
gether linpny themselves. There is nolh-
" * ing so fatnlllar nrountl the political head-
< | iiarters at tlm hotels as Jedge Salilor ,
of Oinulin , im ) ! Laird's pet Milker.
Others conic and other * go and their
familiar and inquiring countenance ; * tire
often seen prying around , but Mahler anil
the Laird men wo have with us always.
When n representative from an outlying
district answers the call for him to come
to Lincoln or comes of his own volition ,
hu Is immediately pounced upon like u
hungry fox upon a goose , rutd only the
closest attention on his part , to every
word he drops , prevents the strikers from
plucking him clean and housing up every
word he niters to draw upon him in
future , mill they always make. It conven
ient to have a comrade around to witness
any assertion the member-elect may
make One of the worst disappoint
ments that the strikers hero yet
met is that they have been unable to fix
the position of benator Kobbins , of Val
ley county. \ \ hcthor they have approached
preached him directly is a question not
probable , for when It was known he was
Heeled parlies were put at work upon
Ins record , and they evidently found ho
was not n tool to any one. A delegation
has been up that way , however , and one
of their local strikers in that .section has
written the Slate Journal in it pent up
wail manner , weeping away over the fact
Hint it Is improbable that the .senator can
bo caught , and with u wail of anguish
* the correspondent admits that Mr. Hob-
bins is Ihibln to vole for Senator Van
Wyek. This is why a shadow of thick
darkness has settled over the campers
around the capital and the particular re
cruiting oflieors who had parlies as
signed lo tliLMii to capture are wondering
wintt kind of a report they can make and
if they will bo cast out from the warm
room they now occupy at some can
didate's expense. There will be for
: i lonir time yet a regular < ranntlel
for members to run a they anproach the
capital and until the gathering of the
m"-sion a good many nnglit escape prose
cution in the same manner that one of
the senators did. Ho wanted a suit of
clothes liuilded in the city where he would
reMdc during the winter , senatorial
togas ii it were , and he ordered them by
mail \Vlien he does come to the capital ,
however , the lobby will handle him tough
for a while , but ho will have the satisfac
tion of having it all in one dose and not
homg recorded lor a certainty on any
state at the present.
NorAiiir. s I'i'iii.ic.
The following i.s the list of notaries
public commissioned since the last/ re
port : Irwin Drake , Kearney ; Samuel
Smiles Campbell , Omaha ; , J. A. lrod- !
lick , Omaha ; 1' . O. lledland , Iloltiregc ;
1 Kdward A. Shaw , Omaha ; George W.
1'ierce , Ulllcr , JelVers'on county ; John W.
Jra.vton , Kwing , Holt county ; Henry
Limback , Grand Island ; Frank Holler ,
Wisner ; ( ! co. K. JCisenbaeh , Ctil-
beitsou , Charles P. Uciluy , Chey
enne ; Theo. Mengos1 , Kituliall :
David Stewart , Kirnnloii , Saline county ;
Joseph S. Lo How , MeCook Byron J ) .
Smith , Kearney ; llrouglumin Stevenson ,
Ainsley , Ctibtcr county ; G. A. Kckles ,
C'hadron ; Ansel .J. Wright , Leonard.
] ) awes county ; J. W. Cook , Wakelield ;
lolin K. Ltiiidritroui , Charles W. JMntinl ,
C'harles AV. Kainey , Lewis V. Crum ,
Charles 1C Collins. Omaha ; Waldo E.
Winslow , Morelield , J. S. Harrington ,
O'Neill ? David L. Hntce , Lincoln ; Gotlieb
A Linkhart , llnrnett. Madison county ;
1'eter Kubendall , Madison ; Itonjtimin I-\
Thompson. Hartley , Kugeno L. Spear-
man. McCook ; Henry 0. Smith , Falls
City ; lv/.ra J. Newton , Pleasant Dale ;
Henry Wortendykc , Milford ; Goomc L.
Chandler , Kushvillc , George W. Kiley ,
IN nisTUKT CpIJItT
a few now cases are coming iu prepara
tory to the January term , but they are
coming in Movvly. Ono of the recent
ones started Is thai of N. K. Griggs , of
Hentricc , against AugustArnt , a familiar
name in cases of litigation , the case of
Griggs bemjj to get possession of a farm
in the southern part of the county which
the papers iu the case claim has l > cca Ir
regularly hold for a year past by Arnt.
John Dowcii has commenced a case in
the court against Grcis and llertha Wei-
rin for $ < > 0 , and the injunction cases be
tween the 15. ( & M. and Missouri 1'acilic
in West Lincoln have'licen settled.
ruMOj : comtT.
In police court ycBtorday case No. 150 ! ( )
was recorded , Hint being the total num
ber of cases to date disposed of by Jnilgo
Parsons since tuning ollico las , ! spring.
In comparison , to show tlio increase of
business in this regard , there were only
JJUO more canes in the full term of two
years immediately preceding the advent
of tlin iiresent judge. The number of
, cases deposed of yesterday was seven ,
till plain drunks , the victims being John
Konp , Mike Carey , Thomas Kamsev ,
James K-telo ! , William Mc.Carly , John
Kriekson and KobertSproats.
Tint county court wasoccupiod yester
day in a ease brought by the Atiltnian-
Taylor company on a note , and ( he party
whose name was on the note as the en
dorser was disclaiming having ever
signed it , and proof to cover thu cu u wit : >
being introduced ,
A gentleman was In Lincoln yesterday
who wusmhniringlho wonderful progress
the city had made. To the DKI : man he
roeiUid the fuel Unit in ISTtMiowas offered
$10,0 Oil nnd a block of lots in the city if
he would establish a Untiring mill in Lin
coln. In looking over the city as ho
found it tit pro.sent he was wont to refer
very often to the fact of having foresight
cimul to hindsight , and hu makes only
ouo ot hundreds who mls.scd icooil thing.s
through lack of confidence in Lincoln in
an early day.
Grand Chancellor .Morrison , of tlm K.
of 1' , has an application for a lodge at
Korlolk which contains the signatured of
thirty-night citi/.ons , The people of
Slrotnsburg tire ulso circulating a peti
tion for a lodge , and Monday "unclu
John" goes to York and from thence to
Omaha to visit thu lodges at thu metrop
It Is rumored on the streetslhat Jttmns
"yTLedwith the coal and grocery man , who
> owns some of the most valuable lots in
the city on L' and Klevonto streets , Is
makin" arrangements to build a live
story block in that locution thu flr&t of
the comiug building season and thu loca
tion opposite thu capital hotel is one of
the most desirable In Lincoln
J. C , Morrisoy , of Chicago , of the firm
of Morrlsuy Itroj. is In Lincoln on a busi
ness visit The firm own and control n
large number of elevators on the linu of
thu I ) , & M. in southern NcbntSKU and
do ono of the most extensive of grain
( businesses in the state ,
Tlm now iiohunnon block , ono of the
v rgost commenced this season nnd which
is located on N nnd Hleventh streets has
been caught by the cold weather when
only built p to the -accoml story nnd
without different weather the structure
will have to remain uncompleted this
j'car. It will K' when completed three
story's in height nnd contain five store
Among ( he visit-irs lo Lincoln yester
day was representative Matt Miller , of
Duller county who will sit in the coming
fusion. Senator ( Jasper , of that county.
Mr. Miller reports In the ca t at the prns-
\VF.ST MM Ol.N M VUKKTS
There were received at the stock yards
iu West Lincoln yesterday 000 hogfl and
a few cars of cattle that wore fed nnd for
warded ca t. The supply of hog , to
gether witli a few remaining over from
the day before , answered the demand for
Killing at the packing house now oper
ating , and thn ruling prices for hoes yesterday -
terday was W " 0 per hundred. It looka
at present as though regular trains
would not be run to and from the city to
this suburb and it makes a mlle and tv
half cold drive for violors who make the
AT Tin : ifcvm.s
Yesterday were recorded among
vvsit * iisii | If * Wi ill V IJV llIl V II It'll I til I IIIJ
railways ( J. L. Heaehlny. Heatrice ; ( ! . G.
Codinan , Kid Cloud ; O. iM. Carter , Ash-
15. Christian , Beatrice.
President ( "Mcvelntiir * Onlly Kontine.
Llpnincott's IMaga/.iui" 1'rc.sident
Cleveland rises at 7 : ! > 0 o'clock , dre.sses
and shaycs himself , nnd is ready for
breakfast at 8. He break fasts en fannlle ,
and linishcs his morning repast in lass
than Unity minutes. Ili. breakfast us
ually consists of oatmeal , beefsteak , cof
fee , lint cakes , and eggs , lie i.s very fond
of truit. and eats freely of it. lie leaves
tliu breakfast table and gifes directly to
his ollice and begins work , without any
exercise whatever , writing letters anil
looking over papers , until 10 o'clock ,
when the callers begin to arrive. lie
then has a siege ot a couple of hours
with the statesmen and olllcn seekers ,
which lasts until l.tlO o'clock ' , when ho is
ready for his luncheon. Ho eats this
in less than lifleen minutes , and
like his every day bieakfasl.s and ilinncr.t ,
it is eaten iu the private dining room ,
and the whole family sit down together.
President Cleveland's lunch consists of
broad and buttercold meats , a little fruit
and a cup of tea.
After lie has oaten it he goes directly
back to his plliee and work's steady until
I. At thin time he goes out to drivn , in
company with his private secretary ,
Colonel Lamont. He returns in time for
dinner , which is ready at 7 o'clock. Ho
does not dress for dinner in the conven
tional style , except when he has
guests who will appear in evening dross.
His private dinners are plain. U'ine is
served only when there
are guests prci > -
set who are accustomed to drinking wine
with their meals. He is not .so fond of
beer as has boon reported by the
newspapers , the total White House con
sumption of this article during the past
year being not more than two dozen bottles
tles , U'hjj president's doily dinner con
sists of live or six courses ; first there is
soul ) , then lish , then a roast , followed by
game , dessert , frt it , and , after dinner ,
eollee. lie does not sit long at table , and
immediately on leaving it he goes tip
into the corridors of the second story of
the white lious'o and smokes a cigar , after
which ho goes back to his work. Presi
dent Cleveland never smokes in his
ofliee , and the only smoking he does is
this solitary post-prandial cigar. He. goes
to bed about midnight , and falls asleep
as soon as his head touches the pillow.
His system is such that siv or seven
hours' sleep is snllieicnt for him.
Horn on a Knitwny Train.
St. Paul Globe : There can bo but little
doubt that the season for births is well
on. After two new comers in railroad
circles last Monday , the Albert L"a route
came to the front yeilorday
with a birth that created no
little excitement and interest when it
occurred. When the train on the Albert
Lea route that is duo hero in the morn
ing , arrived at llartland station , three
miles north of Albert Lea , yesterday
morning , the occupants of the sleeping
car wore awakened by the cries of an
infant , and subsequent investigation
proved that a young lady passenger had
given birth to a buxom babe of the male
persuasion. Hy request the lady's
name is kept from publication
as she did not want notoriety. She was
from Youngstown , Pa. , and in company
with a colored nurse was cri route to Da
kota to meet her husband. When the
news that a baby had been born in the
car spread through the sleeper , every
body jumped up and dressed and dovotcd
themselves to contributing to the comfort
of the mother ami child , both of whom
seemed lo be enjoying the best of health
and spirits. Ola bachelois who had
never wrapped their fingers up in baby
raiment before , caught the little fellow
up and chirped tit him as easily ami
handily as though they had alway.s been
at the business. The men looked
after the baby while the women cared
for the mother. S. L. Moore , of the
Northern Pacific , was in the car and it i
reported that ho got mad because they
wouldn't let him take care of the baby
all the way to St. Paul. It was a splendid
specimen of babyhood , and tipped the
beam at twelve pounds. The birth look
place in the sleeper Vancouver. Just
before the train reached St. Paul a col.
lection was taken up , and the proceeds ,
which were f7 , given to the mother to bo
kept for the baby until he became old
enough to take care of it. At the request
of thu pus.-engurs the mother promised
to name tlm boy Albert Lea , and the
manager of the road navn hu shall have
an annual pa3 > o\er that line as long n- >
Lueiii ? Quiiitns Curlius Lamar , who
jigiircd at tlio head of the department of
interior , represents , the old regime of pol-
ties and society at the national capital ,
Ho i.s n relic of the old time southern
statesman. He is a Georgian by birth ,
education and occupation. From ad
junct professor of mathematics at the
university of the Male , he became assis
tant editor of the Southern Kevlow ,
which did more to iiroptiro the southern
mind for .sectional antagonism than any
other .single inlluonce. Ho was a con
spicuous liirlit in congress dur
ing the beginning of President
Buchanan's term and was the contem
porary of the men who took the states
out of the union , Ho was a hoce.dor , sol
dier and diplomat of the rebellion ; u rep
resentative ) in congress of the triumphant
union In 1871) ) , and a senator in 1877 , until
hu entered the cabinet. Secretary Lamar
is a typo of a southern planter , tall , well
formed , loose jointed , with ( lowing hair.
Ho Is a man of eccentrinitj , his spells of
abstraction often causing him to find
himself in amusing situations. Being
a widower and more given to
reading and meditating , the sec
retary has not boon much
of an entertainer , although ho frequently
appears in society. His daughter Jennie
now closing her teens , has duvoted her
self to her father. It ia ono of the events
promised for this season in the cabinet
circles that she will formally enter to-
clety as n dobutanto. Unless the secre
tary should hasten his contemplated marriage -
riago ho will find his beautiful daughter
doing the social honors of his household.
Miss Limmr has a poutic.il face , is a
blonde of pronounced southern type , tall
and graceful , with a beautiful mouth unit
brown , expressive cvos. Bho is quick in
conversation , and , though young , is en
tirely at home in society and 'will bo a
JEFFERSON OFF THE STAGE ,
How the Veteran Actor Speeds His Winters
in Big Southern Home.
AMID THE ORANGE GROVES ,
A. nclifililfnl House IMt-lMto Uo
tnnntiu SitrroisiidliiRH Jef
ferson's Uo < pltnlity.
Now York Herald : "I tun : i migratory
bird1 cxrlnlincil Mr. Joseph Jollcrson ,
' .niid In u fo\v lnys slinll Ili-o with the
wild birds to my .southern home in Lou-
islniui , whuro I sjiund four months in the
heart of the theatrical sca on. My sou ;
Charles Ji'fleron , manage for me when
J am on tlir ronil , but at other times takes
out a company of liis o\vu. "
Those remarks of the vutcrnn Ulp Vim
Winkle were made tit the stage door of
the Star thenlru yesterday to nit old
fritnidvlio had called to give his hand a
AN l-MtniLV PACAUIJO.
Tew pnoplu hnvo seen the southern
paradise where Joflbrsou lives. Like the
the source of" the Mississippi it exists ,
and nianj * get in sight of tl but seldom
Tim llttlu.citv of Now flicria h fOturttfd
on the same parallel of latitude as New
Orleans , but 12" miles to lite west. Jt is
reached by Morgan's Louisiana & Texas
railroad , which rims through u perfectly
level country. It passes for miles through
cypress swamps , where trees wear long
goatees of Spanish moss which is pend
ant from the lofty foliage and plays with
the palmettos below. 'There is a linrgl of
plantations , a glimpse of blue honzou
and the train paii'Oi at Kew Iburiu.
Two hornet and a carriage may bo seen
standing at the station every afternoon as
the New Orleans train approaches. The
carrinco belongs to Mr. Joseph Jell'erson ,
\vlui lives across thu prairie , ten miles to
the. south. If you are a friend of Joseph
Jellefson ( llu % horses are always thrrogo )
along and enjoy yourself. Once in tin *
carriage the horses irot steadily across
the roadless and almost fenceless coun
try , through water and mud , and over
dry land alike. Suddenly the carriage
enters an actual roadway , turns a .sharp
curve tlirougli.it little Kcltlcmcnt at "the
bridge , " crosses a stream and stops be
fore u succession of barb wire fences and
hodgorows. At last tlm carriage approaches
preaches a gale , halts unit then passes
What a change1 Straight ahead and
to the right is the moil fascinating.scene.
The ground known as Orange It-In grad
ually rises in I ho form of a poifccl
eclipse. Half way up the rise a long
hedgerow gracefully lines the lawn.
Above ib a huge octagonal white one-
story house , crowtlcd with a square cu-
pola. in the very center of a prolusion of
giant onks , from which hang Ion" sweep
ing trains of Spanish moss as delicate as
a bride's yell. This is Mr. Jett'orson's
house and grounds. His lawn covers
seven thousand acres , and there are two
thousand more of jungle , lake , sind
orange , magnolia and pecan groves.
The lirst privilege of the tiavoller Is to
enter the house and prepare for dinner.
A wide hallway runs through the build
ing , terminating Jn t > dining room ot
eipial si/.o and at right angles. On each
side of the hall and filling the .squares
of the angles are suits of sleeping rooms ,
apartments and double parlors on the
A I ElCUrm'I. ! IIOMK PJCTUKK.
Mr. Jcflcr&on , sitting at the Iiead of the
table , first , serves his guests and later e.i-
lortitins them with humorous stories , dis-
cusaion and intensely original ideas. Opposite
posito , Mrs Jeflorson , a beautiful woman ,
who not very long ago was Miss Warren ,
of Chicago , quietly assists. 'Ihc ' table
parties at JcllbrsonVi are noted for the
actor's most felicitous outbursts of wit.
Mr. Jefferson's two youngest .sons have a
place here , tormiiig a picture of tranquil
domestic happiness. The table is pro
vided with the choicest viands , for which
the south is unrivalled. Mr. Jellerson is
a gentleman of simple and charming
manners , totally devoid of show of any
kind , to whom notoriety , hypocrisy and
fashion arc distasteful , lie speaks of
the drama and dramatists when drawn
into such tlinmus with intense interest.
I'aintmir i his favorite subject , and he
will discuss art in a highly interesting
When he is speaking one is carried
hack in thought to the theatre and its
marvels. The voice of "old Hip" seems
in the room , and when the wine goes to
his lips ono awaits expectantly to hoar
him say , "Here is your good health mid
your families , and may da all live long
and prosper. "
Orange Isle , on which Mr. Jefl'orson
lives , is a hill about seventy feet high ,
covering twenty-five acres , which is a
natural rise ot shore linn to Lake
I'eigneur , in the rear of the hou e. It
was hero that La l-'ynttc , the celebrated
pirate , lived and prospered in thu early
days of the century. Several oxca'vations
have been made in the island , ostensibly
for salt , by parlies wiio had vain hopes of
finding home piratical booty. The
various buildings line the brow of the
hill. To the lett are tlm r > orvanls' quar
ters , barns , yards and orange and mag
nolia croves To the right is the resi
dence of Mr. Charles Jefferson. In the
roar is a broad road sopaniting a jungle
which lends down lo Lake IVigneur
The li'.kc invades the left wing of the
jungle , whore at night alligator- ,
and wild beasts mauo tin ) darkness inter >
estlng. Innumerable birds sing their
perpetual .songs in tlm brce/o swayed
trees Tlieseetitof ( lowers and the'fra
grance of the perpetual unit' summer
climate exquisitely pervade the houses.
There are noclockfl in thohni.cno ( dates ,
no lime for riKing or retiring , no hours
for meals. KIRI and retire when von
please.Yhen hungry , eat ; a bountiful
feait is over ready , hverything to make
life it dream of perfection gnrrouuds joti ,
and that is why Mr. Jefferson forgets the
stage in winter.
MIL Ji'.ri'Kiisnx's r.ivr. sro < ic.
The praine plateau in Iront of Orange
I sin is picturesque. Some throe thuiiumd
huail of cattle arn gra.eil hure. They belong -
long to Mr Jnlluison , and from the herd
he selects and sells a surplus annually to
the value of about ton thousand dollars.
Whore the grazing land gradually blends
with Lake I'eigmiur is a very Inr-rn
slough "alligator lake " in
, or , which
arc lens of thousands of ( hicks , geese ,
plover and other aquatic birds during tlm
entire winter. These are liberally f-eciired
to supply the table When tired of feed
ing on the prairie they rise in great Hocks
and go out on the lake , which covers
about nine mmaro miles.
CiLako I'oignuiir is a beautiful thoct of
water , plentifully stocked with li.sh and
alive with alligators. The Acadians have
killed thousands of these animals , the
skins of which they sell , but there is no
perceptible diminution of the alligators.
On the cast side of the lake Is u cyprcsj
swamp in which deer , bears and other
gumo abound. The most remarkable ob
ject hero is the btiz/ard retreat , ivliurn
hilly live thousand of these birds roost
nightly. Tliero are two varieties of the
bu//ard , distinguishable by their red ana
black bills. In the Unytiiun they soar
nbout constantlynml by their movements
denote lo the cowboy * the locality where
any animal may be sick or stuck in the
mud. In this region there 'is endless
mniHuuicnt for thu naturalist.
Mr. Jefferson visited southwestern
Louisiuna some twenty yeaw ago and
dlscorcred Orancp Ilo. Ho never had
the heart to live "in the north for any
length of time ngnin. Kvcn his great es
tate at llohoktis , N. J. , and his fishing
grounds at Skill Lake , in Kova Scotia.
have 110 cnmnainbjo charms for him. Ho
went to Paris with his family in ISTti and
began to study painting to pass away
time. Ho had dabbled in water colors
from boyhood , but noSv earnestly under
took the study of art , not , however , by
the aid of masters. Hd has employed all
of his spare time since in painting , and.
beyond a doubt , had be not been a great
actor ho might have become a great
painter. He utilizes the cupola of his
house for a vttidio.
IMM ON VI. THA1T.S.
Mr. Jefferson ' .ells innumerable good
stories , lie was one day discussing
modern novelists at his own table with a
distinguished visitor. He had said that
modern stories did not seem to interest
him."The fact is , ' replied the guest , "our
modern novelists tire mere life depictcrs
Now. the newspaper.- * give us enough of
real life , and the idea of the novel should
be ideal and removed from the daily
characters visible to everybody , llcury
James , Howolls and I'ayn are good
writers of commonplace events , for
which 1 had rather go to the newspapers.
As for H. L 1'arj'ron , he , if anything ,
writes more rot than the others. "
"Well , "replied Mr. Jelferdoii , "I am
obliged to coincide with your opinion
Mr. Farjeon is my son-in-law , but
then - '
The guest was horrified at his blun
der , but he had the nerve to go on anil
tear up I'nrjcon with the re * and throw
the pieces into the wasld paper basket as
if nothing bad happened. Mr Jellerson
ratlin * admires nerve.
Jeller > on is very charitable and not
long .since kept a clergyman from po\
ertyiwhohad bitterly denounced him from
the pulpit and advised his congregation
to socially ostracise an actor who had
dared to ettle in theii midst , When in
poverty , sickness ami want this divine
was found , fed it ml clothed by the man
he had so unjustly ntt neued.
"The idea of Macbeth , " Mr. Jell'erson
often remarks"as gixen on the .stage is
all wrong. Macbeth should be acted as
ti man of fate doing aets ho abhorred.1
In support of this iuea he thoroughly dissects -
sects the characters tiiid demonstrate * his
views with characteristic energy.
Jelfersos's views of the actor's place in
society are peculiar , but he has held to
them Hince when , at the jgo of eightecjt ,
a young Englishman , he stepped on
the stage as Itlp Van Winkle , lie thinks
the profession is more isolated than
others , and the actor confronts the world
and docs so with its deeds and misdeeds
and cannot mingle with it except on in-
yitation. If his " -ociety is sought that is
another tiling. The seeker must take the
responsibility. These virws account for
the reluctance with which the greatest
character porsouater of the ago has
mingleg with people outside of hU pro
HKHIOL'S GONSKQL'LNCES MAY
KNSUK , if you neglect that cough. Ir
J II. McLoan'.s 'Par Wine .Lung Halm
Will speedily euro it. ' . ' . " cunts a liottlu.
A Cedar Springs , Mich. , young man
called on a young \\onum the other
evening and foil asleep in his chair with
ono arm around her waist When lie
awoke ho found that he was cm-
bracing a. churn and that the girl had
Send to C. 1. Hood An Co. , Lowell ,
Mass. , for a book containing statements
of many remarkable cures by Hood's
Mrs. Ellen McCaan , of Taeoma , W. T. .
is well thought of there because .she has
recently given birth to a baby weighing
A good sized hog which jumped
overboard in Lake Erie when the steamer
was a mile oft'shore , landed in little over
an hour in pretty good condition.
> $ will buy ct tattle
) < *
thousand * of riuos of tlio wont kin 1 n < l of ItwK Blftndlliff
? " ' "dTwou * ! &iiEK.rt'ititii 'rwitiiavxi .
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pr M& 1'.0ftlillU ) . ! ( . 'A A. SLOCUM.Ul fctrlUt. M. Y
. . _ . . ? EO. Aylctlmot
. < ttrv rienuuurij IJuv , Nervuus
Dclillllr. Ixj'tiUnliiwJ.cU' . , liavtiiKlni'rtm talu
* * * ry lainwn rrinMv. lias lUv > viTi l n .liipli ! >
If 1 H > ur , wlifcn he w III rirnd ! R S K to lil fellow Duff nnra.
' J.UAbONlt iOin ! i > iSI7 .K irY < iikOttj >
MOST PERFECT MADB
no AramonlaIJraoAUunor Phosphate" . Ur.t'rlco'a
Extracts , Vanilla , Lemon , etc. , flavor duUciously.
pj/crniKwe pfnvstwcrTT'i/fff 70 sr. rovr
_ R iEESS5Z5XKISMJ RStES5ffi < ySl3l
Sprrlnlti HMIIlpi ! lor
UNEOUfltEOtnr CONSIJMPTIO * ,
WASTINU DISEASES .inil
mi r.w \\Ai.i.ivn. . sur
K"oi In Oiler , fiailon.il ( luarc
of N J willci
"Mr utlnntion rullcd ( c
jour Krtttano Jl'ill AHil l.r.t ! > >
JJi l.ilnr. Drncglil , i-f Tiontnn
and 1 IIATP U9'"l u lew iKjttlui
nllli fir lipltur tflfct Iliin unj j
lint * lm < l I am tccoinmoiiilinn
> our Bllklo In my | 'i clle , an <
Hint II v r > fsthtulorj "
* flrnnlct lift * thf PUiitlurt 9
kl3t 1 MIMlP.l.iUIV
< n IK > l.atirl.
< 3ot ! 4erntt Fur Iht I S J
816.818 aud 320 Race St. , Pliiladelithia. Pa.
r ; oo d man Dttig Co.Gonl Agent'sOmah
GAPiTfil PRIZE , $159,000.
" \\Vilolinroliv certify Hint we Kiipmvl e Iho
nrrniiKcmcms lur all thu Monthly aiul yu.irUn--
Iv DrnnrliiHH ( if Tlio Louisiana Ktiilc 1-ottoij-
I'onitiiiiiynnd In | c-ibon iimnnKo ami control
tliL-clunvin s ihuinHolMS , Mini Iluit Ihn stimtutte
conducted wltli honesty , fiiiruoss mid In KO ( |
ialtli toward nil jmrtlc" , mill wo niilliorl/o tlio
I'lMiipiinj to DM * ( Ills rorlttlcnto witli fno-xini-
ik'-uirourslBimltiroiiuluclHMl.in Us mtvortisc-
Wo tlio inidoi'Klifnoil Himks nud Itnnkori will
liny nil 1'rl/LM driiwii in.The Louloluna Miito
l.'itiorlci which may lie pre-sented at outcoun -
J. II. OOLKSISY ,
I'lesldoiit IiOiiWutm XiUionul Dank.
J. W. KILUIIKTII ,
rioMilonl Btnte National llnnlc.
A. UALDWIN ,
President Xi-wOrloiins National Hunk.
yNPRECEDENTED TRACT.ON .
LODISIiHA STATS LOTTERY COHPAHY.
Incorporntcil In 18B3 for'Si ycnrs by Iho lorfls
latur" tor Udticatlniial nnd Churltnlilo purpoicn
with nvHiltal | of $ lMU.jJ ( ( | lo which reserve
luiid of over $ .V > 0XX ( ) 1ms Klnoo lCn uddod.
Hf anovcrwIiolinhiKpopular voio Its 1'ranchlso
wns mndo 11 part of the present State Constltutiou
ndoiitcilIccouiDor2d A. D. 187U.
IISKi-anJ Bliitflu number ( Irnwliifrs will tnk
plnoo montlily. Jt never sonlcs ( ir | iiMl > ono.s.
l.euk lit the following dlstrlbntlnn :
199th Grand Monthly
tvTnidDniuiDV niiiDTrni v nDiwiui *
tmUJUnUlnAill UuflllltllLI UnftnlHb
In the Academy of Music , Now Orleans.
Tuesday , Dec. M. , 1HI16.
Under the personal supervison and inaiiapo- ;
iiipnt of ( ! K.V. ( I.'I' . li'AiniiAHi ! ; : > , of Lou-
Ishina , ami Gr.x. JUIIA.I. A , K.VIII.V , ot Vir
ginia.CAPITAL PRIZE 5150,000.
Notice. Tickets are SIO only. Halves , S3
Fifths $2. Tenths SI-
1 CAPITA i * I'ni/.u or $150,00.1 .
] ( iit\M > I'lii/uor 5'I.Oidl '
lOiuMi l'iu/.ior ! ! 0,00i ) . . W,000 )
"iiMtGu rur/.KSor JOK)0 ) ail ! K )
I.AIKIK. I'ltl/.l'.dO * 6l . . ai.uoo
iir/r. Of ai.iKKi
MI 4U.II 13
vm ion . 110,0 M
JOOJ " M.
APl'ltOMM ITION PUK.T.M.
10(1 ( Appiovi nun prl/iMOI'SJ'JO ' . . 20,10) )
nx ' . . . . 7r c
S.S79 I'rl/ci aniouiilmgto . . . , JWJ.fiOU
Appllcntlon forrato * lo clnliM Hlidiild bn inado
onlv to thu oliicu of the com puny In New Or
lfor fnrllior Information wrlln olonrly , trirtnsr
full adrtrOHH. I'OSI'AI. NiJTISb Uxpros u Moner
Ortlom , or Now Voile Kvohnnirc m ordinary lot-
tnr. curruucr by express ul our expunstt ad
H.A.nATM > IIIN ,
j NtiwOtletuu , lit ,
Or M.A.nAtJl'IlIN ,
Wiislilntrtoa , 0.0.
O. Money Orders pnyablo nnfl nddrosj
RATIONAL I1ANIC ,
One of tlie Best and Largest Stocks in the
United States to Select From ,
VTTTi/rYTtT" A TY/f / TT D FTl A " 7"TT *
MIMEBAu G-li & TAYLOR
DEALERS IN ICE TOOLS. '
Ice Plows ,
Hooks Markers , , Full Slock on
Tongs , ,
. Saws , OMAHA.
Bun Iron , Etc.
HOW TO ACQUIRE WEALTH.
\p.rl Ui'dit'hiy , Thin Moiilli , on rVoirmfirr ' iOlli. 1'i'lm.
With $2 VotiCau Secuic
One City of Barletta 100 Francs Gold Bond
These bonds nrc drawn times annually , with prices of ! 2,000,000 , 100,000000 ,
fiOO.OOO , 200,000 , 100,000 , , fiO.OOO , etc. , down to the lowest prize of 100 Krnncn fiold.
Anyone --ciidiiig us $2 will jccuio one of these nctuls and is then KNT1TLIJO to
the \\bolc pilzc that it may draw in next drawing , balance payable on easy install
ments. This is the best investment c\cr offered. Hesiilca the ccttninly receiving bnck
100 li nncs Gold , you have the chance to win lour times a yc.ir. Lists of drawings
will be sent fiec of charge. Money can he vent by leistered letter or postal note.
for further information , cull on ormliboss 1IKRL1N BANKING CO. ,
3u5 Hiondwny , New Yoik.
N. H. Thc'.c Ilond" ; me nollotten ticket1- , and arc by l.xw permitted to be sold iu
the United Slates.
SHERMAN EQAD CART.
BEST CART ON EARTH. "
SINGLE , DOUBLE and LIGHT ,
i a a Hi * , ifiniii us n .
" S5 . J37 , " $10.
EASY , DURABLE and CHEAP.
Crated free on board cart.
, T , ALLEfU , Mai i < ,
COLDWATER , Mich.
Mention Onmha Iloo.
The G. E. Hayne Real Estate and Trust Co
N. W. COB. lOtb. AND JIAUNXiY , OMAHA.
Property of every description for sale m till parts of the city. Lands foi sale In
every county in Nebraska.
A COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACTS
Of Titles of Douglas county kept. Mans of the city filato or county , or any other
information desired , furnished free ot charge upon application.
RELIABLE JEWELER ,
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest slock. Prices tlio lowest. Repairing a specialty. All work warrant
ed. Corner Douglas and. 15th streets , Omah'/i /
Carrylnjrtlionolfflnra Koj-nl mid United Btatoi
Between Antwern & New York
TO THE RHINE , GERMANY , ITALY , HOLLAND -
LAND AND FRANCE.
I'AI.L AND WINTER.
Salon from 100 to $75. Excursion trip from
(110 to tl-r > . Bocond Cabin , milwnru , $ ! ! > ;
prepaid , tl5 ; excursion. $00. Bleornpo na'sngo
at low rals * . Fetor Wrltrht k Boas , Ooaora
Arrontf. U Broadway. Now York.
Henry I'umtt , 1UI8 KurnumsU : Paulson t Co.
USA rurmiin bt : 1) . O Krounian , 1324 t'urn.ira
P , BOYEB & CO.
and Jail Work.
1020 I'ariKim Street , Oamua. Neb.
4llorMc'B J fitli
< elrfiMaciiftlr *
I J'rump.comtjlnud. ilunranttciltlto
_ . _ . ftconMnuotis JCltctHo ftjonftto
HV-CYurr < tif. Bfliiiinorriirfiil. ( l > iiriOUe ! ,
'ComfnitahU ami r.tteMm. Ayolrt finuJx.
OvHrOOaiir iI. Kcna.stunipfot pAmiblct *
Kf.F.ofitiu iir.ii run IMKHAHIIH.
Dl. HQHHE. tHVtHTCR. 101 W8St : AVE. . < ! HICAfO.
| UUH.i4alM..in.vl , , | .eif'.r'i'/ '
ft ir--ii l/jriin nr w Ciyrlale Urethra !
S. 3 < ndforouri wlllu > li.i l
* 44i.Mii..Civiale i 174 St. , W. V.
I Ulni " " " ' j "H'u | | " ' " ' .
I HI Hi Kary
I II filia R In ; I.OI.M , | x t
uiJ kM'Xt necll r Tn l pwllijt Ift. f"uS' Fr"J.
XIII. A. U. OI.IN CO. , fo. l lWi.U | ( ie mi t.Ck
111. ! . 110 i > rr l' ckii . l * n.r liou.
Itoci-ntlr Hunt. FurnUheJ
The Tremont ,
3. C. FmUKIlAIjDft BON , J'lopitutors.
Cor. fth nnd I'tits , Lincoln , Nub.
nnpsl.v | ) nor liny. Street cars from.Uoust to aay
ptrt of tha c'lJ. '
J , II. W. HAWKINS.
Ofllcoi 81. 31 itnil 4 , Itl''liurJs Uloolc , Lincoln ,
Neb , Klovatoronlltli si lout.
a A i.to w A v CATTI. E. NTIOIIT lluii.s CU.TTU
F. M WOODS.
Live Stock Auctioneer
Kulos iniulii In nil imrtH or tlm U S. at fair
rntea. Kooina.SIiilo Illovk , Lincoln , Neb.
Onlluwuy nnil Short Honi bulls lor salo.
B. 11. GOULD1NG ,
Tarrn Loans and Insurance ,
Correspondence in reiriird to limno woliolloJ.
lloom 4 , Ulolinrdu Illouk. Llnooln. Noli.
Riverside Short Hoyns
of Ntilctlv pinu Uatns nnd Jlutos Tupped cuttle.
Herd niunboiiiubout ilUhuud.
I'aiiillloH ropioiontodi lrllborts , Crnens ,
AcciinliH. KonlOii , Koto of Slmrons. MIMH Koioi ,
ICniKlitly Diiclutftsoi , lrlnt Crook Vountr llivryu ,
1'hyllln'rt , Loiltuiii luidTnio I.DVDS.
llnlN ( nrialo , I 1'iiro Union l-'llnort. I Pure
Ilntfi CniRirh , I Hosoof Hliinon , I Vcinn ; ; Miiry.
1 I'nio OruloU .Slitnik and otlioi-s. COMIII uuJ
liiM > i > cltlia herd. AUdru * * , UUAS. M , I1KAN-
8ON , Lincoln , Nob.
When in Llnooln moput
National Hotel ,
And irot ufioodrthinor to ifio.
ifio.KB DA WAY J'rop.
[ ' & .
It seems that to "Out Prices Down'1 is the order of the hour and although prices have been
materially reduced on clothing by other dealers , even then they have been unable to compete
with the REGULAR LOW PRICES at The Only Misfit Clothing Parlors.1119 Farnam stwho ,
inorder to make it interesting have decided that for one week they will give
IBr'Per ' Cent Discount on
The.-o overcoats art ) wade up in the latest styles by tlio lending merchant tailor * iltronjjhoiit the ( Tinteil S -i. and hy rofcr iu-c to last
week it will be f'ouhfl that the ib per cent discount is geiiuino
18 PER CFNTOFF OVERCOAT PJRIOBS THIS WEEK 18 PER CENT OFF
All Merchant-Tailor HEatle Ovei-coats.
A $70 Astrachan Overcoat , silk lined , last week's price $30. You can have it this week for $24 60.
A $60 Chinchilla Overcoat , satin lined , last week's .price . 26.50. You can have it this week for $21,83
A $00 Kersey Overcoat , serge lined , last week's price $22. You can have it Uils week for $ J8.04
A $40 Melton Overcoat , cassimsre lined , last week's ' price $20. You can have it this week for $16,40 ,
A $40 Beaver Overcoat , Italian cloth lined , last week's price , $14-75 ; you can have it this week for $12.09
fl $30 Worster Overcoat , neatly made , last week's price , $1 1,50 , Vou can have it this week for $9.43
A $25 cassimere Overcoat , handsomely trimmed , last week's ' price $10 , You can have it this week for $8nn
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