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    s THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNBAY , DECEMBER 20 , 188(5.-TWELVE ( PAGES.
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In 5 , 10 and 20 acre tracts , suitable for sub-division , now for sale in
One-lialf mile soutli of the stock yards , adjoining "Albright's Annexon the east , Union Pacific and |
B. & ; M. Railroads running through it.
Offering the best opportunities for profitable ]
itable investment.
REI ! There been more money made by purchasers in "Albright's Annex , " than in an ;
.
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in South Omaha , A STILL BETTER OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED NOW ,
Examine Map and obtain prices at tlie office of
ciiuncn NOTICES.
To-day's Service * ut the Different
Churches Throughout the City.
First Baptist church , corner Fifteenth
nnd JJHTonport streets. Sermon at 10:30 :
a. in. und C30 ; p. ni. by Itov. A.
Jacobs , evangelist. Sunday school at
IS o'clock. Air. Jacobs will conduct ser
vices every night this week except Sat
urday , beginning at 7:1)0. : ) All invited ,
bents free.
Hclh-Edcn Uuplibt church. Services
( it 4:15 : p. in. at St. Mary's Avcniio
! ( Jonirroiralional church , preaching by
the Hov. Dr. Coolny , of Council HlulVs ,
la. Sunday school at ! ) p. in. Prayer
! moetliiff Thursday-evening ut7i : ! } ) . in.
1 The Ludie.s' Aid Society will give usociu-
i bio Friday evening , December ! H , at 8
p'elook at the residence of Mrs. J. H. Du-
' front , 122 South Twcnty-lourth street.
Everybody Invited.
Kount/.o Memorial church , English
Lutheran , corner ol Sixlconth and Ilar-
ni'V streets. Christmas services will be
held to morrow all i a. m.
In Iho Swedish Evangelical Lulhcran
church , corner of Cass anil Nineteenth
Rtrcols , divine scrvics and preaching bv
' Iho pastor. E. A. Fogelslrom , at 10fJO : a.
, in. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school at ! i0 : ! !
j ) . m. Tuesday evening , urayer meeting ,
, uid ) Thui'aduy evening , preaching of the
gospel. Scandinavians uro invited to attend -
tend all the meetings.
The Sainls I'hupid. on Twenly-first and
Qlark streets. Preaching ut 11 a. m. und
7.30p.m. Sabbath school at 12:30 : | > . m.
Prayer meeting AVcduesday evening. All
iiiTlted.
Calvurv HaplisLchurch , Saunders street
Rev. A. AV. Clark , pastor. Preach-
1 IUW at 10:80 : a , in. und 7:30 : , p. m. , bv
Kjiy. ' ; ) . AV. Oeborne. Sunday scliool ut
J5 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
vetting ut 7.30 ,
North Pro.sbvtcrlan , Saunders street ,
Rev. AA'm. U. Henderson , pastor. Ser-
viqo at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:1)0 : ) p. m. Sunday
schoolalnoon , doling pcoplu'b meoling
at O.JIO p. in. The ] ) ustor will preach a
Christmas tormon at the morning sor.
vlep. At Iho evening serviceAt the
evening service O. H. Uallou will deliver
u lecture to young ladies. Strangers
made welcome at all the services.
Unity church , corner Seventeenth and
Cass streets , ( service ut 11 a. m. and
7U : ! ) i ) . in. Sabbath school at IS 15. Hev.
AV , E. Copolund , pastor , Sunday morn
ing the Sundiiv school unite with the
church In Christmas choral srvieo.
Subject of lecture in the evening ; "AVhy
Unitaiians Celobralo Christmas. "
St. Mary's avenue Congregational
church , hi lamias sen ices both morning
and evening at 10:30 : and 7:30 : with For-
nions by Hov. AVillurd Scolt. * Tiio church
\villbonowlydecoruled with evergreen
and ihu musio will be of the season.
Seals free and all welcome.
NOTTS.
Hov. AloxauderTlinmpsoif preaches on
'The welling up of lilo" al thu Canadian
club rooms to-day at 8 p. in. A general
invitation is extended.
Dr. 1'oy will deliver a lecture- every
AA'cdi.esduy evening throughout 1837 on
thu Sunday school lesson for iho ensuing
Sunday.
liishop AA'orthington will preach at
Trinity cathedral this morning and at
SI. .John's this evening.
Hov. Dr. Fey will preach In the First
Christian ehuroh to-dav. Morning tlu-mc :
A Christmas s-ermon. Evoamg : Practi
cal Christianliy , No. a.
Tim Sunday school ot the First Hap-
Usl church will have an entertainment
, und'Christmus tree ut the church , corner
Fifteenth und Davenport , tills evening ,
ut 7:30. : Santa CJaus und the Quecii of
the Fuirlcs wilj bo present' . All uro in-
, ' vited.
Hov. J. AA' . Hum ? , former pa'lor of
the Baptist church , , will preubh at AVul-
nut Hill this morning. Dr. Fey will con-
_ . . . d.l'Qt ' the evening sen Ico.
ft * tfco rugtHur seVyicos , ( lie ivij j n > wnr.
tional , lectures at7:30on : "The stone wtih
seven eyes.1 Christmas concert at 3:30 :
p. in. instead of Sunday school.
C. E. Mayne's prices uro always the
lowest und his terms tire always the easi
est. Go to his oflice nnd buy a lo't m
Coiner Archer's add. to South Omaha
for $150 to $500 , that will double inside era
a year.
_ _
Coiner & Archer's add. to South Omaha
contains 104 lots which C. E. Muync bus
agreed to sell In 30 clays , and to do this
the prices have been placed very low
Go and investigate. For eale at KfiO to
fiOO each on easy terms by 0. E. Blayno ,
N.Ar. . cor 15th and ilarnoy.
German Theater.
Al.rtXJCO.MO
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hU.SUAY 20. J ?
IIOVU'S OI'KH.V HOCSK.V
Don't Get Ijoft
I5ut go jo C. E. Mayne and get one ol
the beautiful lots in Cotiior & Archer's
adit , to South Omaha. AVp are selling
these lots ut one-half the prjcq asked for
adjoining lots. Come and irtVcsligale.
C. E. MAYNI : .
N. U' . Cor. 15th and llurney.
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South
Omahs contains 101 lots which C. E.
Ma"no 'ias ' "greed to sell In 30 days , and
to do this the prices have been placed
very low. Go anil investigate. For sale
nt $2oO to ? r 00. each on easy terms by C.
E , Maync , N. AAr. cor. loth and Hartley.
$ .1,000.
Furniture of the Commercial House ,
( irand Island , Nob. , to bo sold at force
sale before January 1st , 1887 , consisting
of Heils , Hodding , Chamber Suits , Stoves ,
1 Largo Wrought Iron Hango , with Steam
Table , etc. , Dining Hooin and Olllce Fur
niture , etc , Goods will bo sold to suit
purchasers In any quantity. Terms of
< j-ale will bo made liberal , For inorma
lion , call on or address .J. ( } . HAIXK ,
( i rand Island ,
Auwioin'sCuoiei ; .
Coiner & Archer's add. to South
Omaha contains 101 Jots which C , E.
Mayni ) has agreed to sell in 30 days , and
to do this the prices have been placed
very low. ( Jo and investigate. For sale
at $250 to ! * , r > 00 , each on easy terms by C.
E. Mayno , N.V. . cor. 10th and Ilarnoy ,
Baker Place. f > 5 lots sold in ten days ,
C. E Mayno's prices are always Iho
best and his terms arc alwavs the easi
est. Go to his ollice and buy a lot in
Coiner & Archer's add. to South Omaha
for $230 to ? 500 , that will double inside of
a year.
Merchants Hotel , Omaha , Nat Brown ,
Prop. $ . ' per day. Cor. 15th and Farnam.
All btrect cars from depot pass house.
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South Omaha
contain ! ) 101 lots which C. E. Mayno 1ms
agreed to sell in 30 days , and to do this
the prices have been placed very low.
Go and investigate. For sale at $200 to
f500 each on easy terms by C. E. Mayno ,
N.V. . cor. 13th and Ilarnoy.
Y. SI. C , A. ServUicc.
The regular Kospol meeting of Iho V.
M. C. A. at1 o'clock this afternoon will
bn in thu form of a Christmas service ,
llev. AV , H Henderson will deliver an ad
dress to the young mini. An excellent
musical programme will also bo pro-
Routed ,
Cotncr & ArcherVj add to South Omaha
contains 101 lots which , C. E. Mayno has
agreed to sell in 30days , and to ' do UjU
the price. " have been placed very'low. Go
ami investigate. For sale nt 250 to { COO
each on easy terms * > y C. E , Maync , N-
" " * * '
Still Ahead.
Since the South Omaha syndicate people
ple got into a muddle and stopped Iho
sale of their lots property adjoining and
in the immediate vicinity of the stock
yards has taken u jump C. E. Mayno as
usual tried to get the best piece to subdi
vide , but as the choice is always most
difllcult to cot he did not succeed untill
this week now ho is ready with an ad
dition to South Omaha that is nearer the
stock yards and micking houses than the
original plat of South Omaha itsolf. Lots
in this addition will bo placed on the
market to-morrow , nnd no better Christ
inas present can bo purchased than a lot
inCOTNER& AUCHEU'S addition to
Soutn Omaha , prices s2GO to $500 each
on easy terms. C. E. MAVXH , Agent ,
N. AAr. Cor. 15th and tlarney.
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Christmas anrt Now Years goods and a
line lot of cards at Cash Swedish Book
Store.
Coiner & Archer's add. to South Omaha
cheapest and best property in that
vicinity lor sale by C. E. Mayne.
C. E. Mayno's prices are always the
lowest anil his terms are always the easi
est. Go to his ollico anil buy u lot in
Cotnor & Archer's add. to South Oinalni
for $250 to .f500 that will double inside of
a year.
Christmas and Now Years goods und a
line lot of cards at Cash Swedish Book
Store.
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South
Omaha-cheapest and best property in
that vicinity for sale by C. E. Mayne.
AuiuiGiir's CIIOICK ,
C. E. Mayno's prices arc always the
lowest and Ids terms arc always the easi
est. Go to his ollice and buy u lot in
Cotncr it Archer's add. to South Omaha
for $250 to ? 500 , that will double inside of
a year.
Secure a lot in the annex bcroro January
1 , as this is the finest addition to South
Omaha. E. S. Hood , 1500 Furnam St.
Cotnor & Archer's add. lo South
Omaha cheapest and best property in
that vicinity for sale by C. E. Mayno.
C , E. Mayno's prices are always the
lowest and his terms are always the easi
est. Go to his ofllco and buy u lot in
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South Omaha
for fS.no to s500 that will double inside of
a year.
Make ft New Years present lo your wife
of a lot in the annex. E. S. Itood , 1501) )
Farnam St.
Coiner & Archer's add. lo South
Omaha cheapest and best property in
that vicinity for sale by C. E , Mayno.
C. E. Mayno's prices are always the
lowest and his terms are always the
easiest. ( So lo his ollico and buy a lot in
Coiner & Archer's add. to Soutji Omaha
for $250 to $500 that will double Intide of
a year.
The Golden Opportunity to purchase
lots in the annex will soon bo gone. Call
and sec E. S. Hood , 1500 Farnam at.
Cotnor & Archer's add. to South Omaha
contains 104 lots which C. E. Mayno lias
agreed to sell in 'JO days , and to do this
the prices hav6 beim placed very lo\v , ( Jo
and investigate. For salfi at ? 250 to sffiOO
e.ach on easy terms , by O. E Muyno , N.
AAr. cor. 15th und Ilarnoy.
C. E. MHVIHI'H prices are always Iho
lowest and his terms arc always the easi
est. Go to his ollico and buy a lot in
Coiner As Archer's add. to South Omaha
for | 250 to ? 500 , t.hat will double inbido of
a year.
To Slioc Dealers.
AA'c will sell nt public auction , Monday ,
Dec. 27. 10 a. m. , bharp , one of the b ° st
selected stocks of Boots , Shoes , Slippers
and Rubber goods to the highest bidder
without reserve or limit. This stock con
sists of about COO lots , running from felx
to thirty pairs , and is as well assorted as
any stock in this city. Every choc dealer
is requested to attend this sale. Remem
ber tin ) date , Monday. Dec. 37 , at 10 a.
m. , sharp. 420 South 14th street.
D. S. M. FuiynvEU. ,
City Auctioneer.
llAitnr Moituis ,
* " Assignee ,
AV M.'HAUDMAX & Son ,
AVholcsale Auctioneers.
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South
Omaha contains 104 lo.st which C. E.
All who have purchased lots in the
annex have doubled their money. Corno
early and secure a lot in the lincst and
largest addition to South Omaha. E. S.
Rood , 1509 Farnam St.
Coiner & Archer's add. to South Omaha
contains 101 lols which C. E. Mayno has
agreed to sell in 30 days , and to do this
the prices have been placed very low. ( Jo
and investigate. For sale at $250 to ? 500
each on easy term , by C. E. Mayno , N.
AAr. cor. 15th and Ilarnoy.
C. E. Mayno's prices uro always the
lowcsi and his terms uro always Iho easi
est. Go lo his oDlce and buy a lot in
Cotnor & Archer's add. to South Omaha
for $250 to $500 that will double iiibldo of
n year.
Will Jteucivo.
The ladies will receive calls on Now
Year's day at the Y. M. C. A. rooms from
1 tp 10 o'clock p. in. All young men In
the city , whether members ot tiio associa
tion or not , arc invited lo call ,
Cotnor & Archer's add. lo Sou Ih
Omaha cheapest and best pioporty in
that vicinity for sale by C. L. Mayno.
C. E. Mnyno's prices nro always tie
lowest and his terms uro always Iho easi
est. Go to his ollico and buy n lot in
Coiner & Archer's add. to South Omaha
for $250 to < fiOO , that will double inside of
a year ,
Ai.mi : < JiT's | CHOICI : .
Fifty of Iho h'ucst lots in the annex
wore reserved and are now ollercd for
sale. Copio earl v and secure your choice.
E. S. Rood , 1500 Farnam St ,
Coiner & Archer's add. lo South
Omaha cheapest and host property in
that violntv | for sale by C. h. Mayno.
C. E. Mnyno's prices arc always the
lowest and his terms uro always the easi
est. Go to his ofllce and liny a lot in
Cotnor it Archor's add. lo South Omaha
for $250 to § 500 , that will double inside ol
a year.
Annex ! Annc\ !
Fifty of I ho choicest lots reserved and
now ottered for . "Tile , Come early and
secure your choice. E. S. Rood , 15011
Farnam St.
_ _
Coiner & Archer'o add. to South Omaha
nonlains 101 lols which C. E. Mayne has
ugrccil to sell in 30 days , and to do thia
the prices have been placed very low.
Go and investigate. J'orsalout ( 300 tp
$500 each on ei ; y terms by C. E. Maf'no ,
N. AV. cor. 15th und Harney.
C , E. Mayno's prices are always the
lowest and his terms are always the
easiest. Uo to his oftco ! und buy u lot in
Coiner it Archer's add. to South Otualiu
/or $250 to $500 that will double iuside of
VMU f
Remainder the Dlnucr.
The Omaha City Mission ( Tenth street )
will give its unnuul dinner to the poor
children on AVcdncsilay , December 21) ) , at
their building on Tenth street. Contribu
tions of provisions or money will bo
thankfully received , and may be sent to
the building AVedncsday morning , or by
dropping u card to the superintendent
will DC called for.
Give the children a good time.
ALEX. G. CiiAiiLrox ,
Supjyintcndent.
: AuiRir.rtT's Cnoici : .
C. E. Mayne's prices uro. always the
lowest and hisi terms ur,9 always the'easi
est. Go to his ollice and buy a lot in
Cotncr & Archor's add. , to South Omaha
for 250 to $500 , that will ddiiblo mMdc of
a year. _
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South Omaha
contains 101 lots which C. E. Mayne lias
agreed to sell in i0 ! days , and lo do this
the prices have been placed very low.
GO and investigate. For sale at $250 to
500 each on easy terms by C E. Mayno ,
N. AAr. cor. 15th' und linrncy.
Flfly of the choicest lots in Albright's
annex remain unsold and can bo i > nr-
chuscd before January 1 at the best bar
gains in South Omaha property. Inuiilrc
of E. S. Rood , 150 ! > Farnam St.
AuiitiojiT's Cnoici : .
Cotncr & Archer's add. to South
Omaha contains 101 Jots wliiel } C. E.
Mayno has agreed to sell in 30 days , and
to do this the prices have been placed
very Jow. Go and investigate , For sale
at $250 to $500. each on easy terms by C ,
E. Muync , N. AV. cor. 15th und Uarncy.
C. E. Mayno s prices arc always the
lowest and his tnrms are always the easi
est. Go ( o his olHeo and buy a lot in
Coiner & Archor's add. to South Oinalni
for. $250 to i500 , Ihat will double inside of
a year. _ _
Small boys are occasionally as atnonl-
minded as their elder.In ) Johnstown ,
Pa. , one day recently , a lad rushed into
the olllco of the Western 1'nion Tele
graph company , grabbed his hut irom
his head as politely as his hurry would
permit , laid lion the counter and split
llirough the door and out tint gate. A few
minutes later ho came buck , looking very
crestfallen , and laid a telegram on the
counter , picked up his hat , and hurried
out before any one could speak to him ,
C. E. Mayno's prices arc always the
lowest and hi * terms uro always the easi
est. Go to his odieo and buy a lot in
Cotnor & Archor's add. to South Omaha
for ? , ' 5d to ! > 590 , that will double inside of
a year. _
Coiner fc Archer's add. lo South Omaha
contains 101 lols which P. K. Mayno has
agreed lo sell in ! ! 0 days , and lo do this
the prices have been placed vurv low , Go
and investigate. For sale at $250 | o $1110
each on easy terms , by C. E Maync , N.
AV. cor. 15th and Ilarnoy.
Licensed Watchmaker for Ihn U. P
Railway do P. S. RAMVOSU ,
Douglas und 15lh.
C E. Maynn's prices , are always Iho
lowest and his terms are always ihu eu-,1-
csl. Go to his ollico undbuvalotin
Cotncr At Archer's add to South Omaha
for $250 to $500 that \\ill double inside of
"
u
John Syinon * , of Hollidavaburg , Pa. ,
threw on hiJirejilacer , for u back log , a
largo uiippiit oak Mick , with n hole in a
decayed not o'n one sidu of it. Before thy
log began to bla/-o three rattle s-nakes f
a good fi/.o crawled out of the hole. Sy-
mon&liijlcd them with a pair of tongs
They had twenty ouernltle among tliem
Coiner ifc Archer's add. to South Omaha
cheapest and best property iu
c Inlly foi sale by 0. E , Mnyne ,
A V1H1T TO NOUFOIjIC.
The Town's Prosperity mid Her
Inj ; in 1'oinicn.
NOIJFOI.K , Neb. , Dec. 22. ( Correspond-
dice of Iho Br.c.JA visit lo Norfolk , the
h'rst since six months ago , shows that the
toSvu is making rapid strides toward
'future greatness , aud the concentrated
efforts on the part of its citizens lo make
> showing furnishes a silent sermon to
'the many unfortunate places in this slate
where north and south end jealousies ,
cast and west side strugcles scare away
entcrpiise and make capitalists consider
before Investing. The s cere I of it is to
learn that a "long pull , a strong pull , and
u pull altogether" will accomplish results
that twice the capital and push will attain
where suicidal dissension is abroad.
Afllotigh | a town of less ilun thicu thou
sand , already a
DAILY NI MM'Al'CIt
relates each morning the iro--ip of the
place and llio news of the world to a very
good-si/.ed audience. The merchants and
ollizous think the daily napcr will assist
wonderfully in advertising and attracting
Iho addition of home-seekers lo their advantage -
vantage * , and accordingly are lending a
willing und helping hand lo maintain
this valuable cnlorpriio one of the
slroncori'vidonecs of perfect civilization.
The people of Noriolk arc anxiously
watching congress to M > O if thi- bill passes
the senate designating IhK Mly as ono of
liio places for holding Tinted States
court. If Iheir hopes in thi.s are realised
they then expect m a.short time to sec-nre
an appropriation for u government build
ing. Tlni , they fondly im.igine , will
establish beyond any question ot doubt a
grand anil glorious future.
The asylum , about ono and a half miles
from the city , is now ahonlL-omplrlrd ex
cept furnishing. As the appropriation U
exhausted it will not be ready for occu
pancy for several months. The board
will recommend an appropriation of
$200,000 to bo lined in purchasing furni-
luri ! and building wings. Tin : building
as it now is liaa accommodations for only
ninety patients. Considering lint fact
that Uu ! institution at Lincoln is already
ovcicrowdctl , tln-ru is ono of two
things to accept luuld larger buildings
or liavo nil thosii contemplating insanity
poitpono it until MIIH > ol thu patients
already cared for gut enough of il und
reform. Norfolk is the home of
nos. r. r. r.iM.u.v ,
elected to represent Madison county in
the IcgWuturo this winter. Mr. E. is u
sound republican , and an old und
respected cili/on. This winter's cession
will bo the fourth Unio ho has served his
pi'oplo in the capacity ol a legUlulor.
Ho was a member during memorable
Hitchcock campaign , and voted for the
Hon. Alvin Saunders for senator. Again
in IttfO hn was a member of Ihu loner
hoiiho. Ho alao served ono term in tiio
territorial legislature. This vmilcr Mr.
E. will again bo on the right side , s ho
is for Van U'ycU iirataml Ju t , believing ,
as ho expressed it to mo , "that Senator
Van AVveK is the most viilir.ibln n'pru-
sensitive Nebraska over sent to AVushmg-
ton. " Ho bays it would MirprNp ono to
'
knowoflhoouortslheanli-VanU'vi'kmi'ii
are pulling forth to defi at the old man ,
und almost every day. Mr. E. informed
me , smooiii-boio politicians and alleged
' state.-men" eoino to him and wax warm
and i'liMiient | in di-nounciiig Van \\ok
as a Irand , a traitor , a scoundrel , and ap
ply to him all the vile and villainous
epithets to bo found in the language of
men. To all tlieuo ungenerous and in-
dccr.nt aauulls Mr. E. listens with grave
atU'iilion , and calmly remarks that con
stant prActk'fi in the art of l > mg is finally
rowuidml with perf-i'Uyn Tinlasj
energetic effort is the death tnij.-de , mid
they 'seem to bodying hard
Mr. E. is of the opinion that tin' rail
road commission Is un expi'iisiye lirxury
With which the btato can .dispense und
faro just as well. As j-et he has been un I
able to see where any bonelit had bee ill
derived from It , und was inclined lo bJ. I
Hove il had been a hindrance. It wa' '
masquerading as a help 16 ( ho poopli
when in reality it was only assisling tji
which it was presumed to oppose Ift
outrages of railroad corporations.
On the prohibition question whotj ) < uj
'tis ' best to submit ft prolnbltorfr
amendment , Mr. E. has not yet decided ,
'
The r
TINT ITALIAN' HANH
of Senator Mandcr.son was seen in lb.6
election in Madison county. I urn In
formed by authority undoubted that Ne
brusku's silent . -ifiiator , \vliocoilier namq
is Manderson , played a very utigruteful
part in thu laM election , IMadisotf
county's republican convention was solid
save one di-si'iiting voice for Van
AVyck. The Issue had been made , an'd it
was generally agreed that ri-prcsenla *
live.lavoruble to A'an AVyck should ho
elected. Just before election , by some
mysterious hook or ciook , General iNlan
del-son made it a point lo addrc.ss the
people of Iho county ut Norfolk.VhiJ5
his FiDccch w.is in favor 9 }
the republican ticket , and Van AVyek's ,
name was not mentioned during thqj
evening , I Irani that after the meeting
had adjourned a "mum social" was holil
where anti A'an AVyck men most did con'
gregale , and tiio nr\t morning fur wuy
llying in twenty ditl'ercni directions Tln/
monopoly forces , it RCCIUS , hud been or-
' 'a M I/.eel ; the impression prevailed that
Slander-on had whispered something l
the "trimjr,1' and it was by hard and
Icnniiu'il work on Inn part of
Wycl.'s friends thai his lic
iih'i-led. The \'an U'yck men
Senator Munder.vui , acknowledge l
ability IH a senator , but they also seri
ously question Ins rights tointerfero wit
the voters after the n-pnbliran eonven
tion had unanimously endorsed u man.
AL. '
Coiner it Archer's add. to South
Omaha contains 101 lot * , which C. E.
Mayne has agreed to sell in 30 duyn. unil
lo do Ihii tiio prli-cH have * been placed
very low. Go and InviiMigulu For suhs
ut ! ? 2.)0 to fiUO eaeh on ou-.y terms by C.
E. Muvne , N. AV. cor. lljth and Hartley.
V. E. Mayno's prices are always Ihol
loweM and his tnrins are always iho cam-l
csl , Go lo his ollieo und buy u lot inl
Cotner iV Archer's add to South OmuhnJ
for $2.10 to $ ; > ( H ) , that will double inside o ( ]
a year.
The ' Iierill'i of England are laUen front ]
gentlemen raiding in u county who aril
supposed to be rich. The selection it ) uri
bltrury ( although it sometimes liuppcnT
thiit some wealthy snob who IniHJiisI
settled in a eount.y annuunccs Ids nmjil
ness to serve ) and th expense , whieJ ]
uvi'ragiii uhiiiit ti.JiO' ' ) , is 8oiiir.linifi.s J
heavy t.ix IIJIDII the unlucky ge-nllcmos |
tvho uro pushed into Iho honor.
C. E Maym > 'fl prices uro always the ]
lowest und his terms are ulw V tht |
oasii'sl. Go to his ollieo anil biT
( Joiner iV Arehor's add lo Smith . .mrr
for r > 0 to i-'iOO that uill double inside <
n year.
finoL
A man in London has publihlied n pum
phlet I'litiih-d "Twenty Doctor.s , ' in i
lie lell" hnw from Wii to JHHi ) Kvas t
ciipplc from rhi'uni.itio gout N > neteei
ductorn , whom he tu'eti.siveb tried , lei
him jiint u litilo svorso th.iu hu waa u
liril. The twentieth doctor put him 01
u triuyelo and told him "lo Flick,1' Hi
" : , und is now well ,
Cot'ier it Areher'sadd. toSoulhtmalir
rheapost and best properly in
vlcinlly lor sale by C. Ji. r
(5 E Muyno's prices uro always tin
hiwi-st und iiis lei ins are uh\u\ tin
e-isieNt ( 'o.to his olllf'w and buy a Jot ir
Cotnnr & An hcr's add to .South O'mahf
for i2VJ to $ .O'J that will double inside o.
a year.