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A VICTORY R'R'TIIE ' STATE.
Dakota Coflnty Ordered to Pay Interest on
$27,000 , Worth of Bonds.
A SUDJECT FOR LEGISLATION.
Tlio Slowness nT the Parties Doing tlio
State Printing Ctittnim a Croat
Deal or UriinilillnK Lin
coln New. ; .
lrnn t rnn tirr.'s J.INCOT.X nrnr.AU.1
The state won a victory in the contest
with the treasurer of Dakota county over
tlio question of paying tlio interest on the
bond * held by the .state and issued by
that county. This is the case mentioned
tonic time since in the HKK at the time
that the Attorney general commenced
suit in mandamus before the supreme
court to compel Dakota county to pay
the Interest coupons , and among the reemit -
emit decisions handed down was ono
granting the mandamus and compelling
thi'ir payment. The state holds ? 27)00 ( )
of these bonds as an Investment of a portion
tion of the permanent school fund , the
investment being made by iho board of
public lauds and building. ' ] several years
ago , and if the mandamus would have
fallcJ to rest then the state would hav o
stood a chance of being just that much
out of pocket. It will bo remembered
from former ichcuraaliof these bonds
that they were a refunding bond more in
amount than purchased by the state , and
when they were issued and bent to tiie
auditor for registration they wore re
fused registration. A mandamus was
brought in the supreme court at that time
by the county to compel their registra
tion and ( lie court held that
thov were pioper in form and
that ( they hhould be recorded.
The board of lands and buildings then ,
under this heal of validity placed upon
them by the state , purchased the $27,000
block of them , a part of the board want
ing to purchase the whole issue at that
time , hut a compromise was agreed upon
in the above amount. The action of Da-
kola county in now trying to practically
repudiate them caused this hitter decision
on the payment of accrued interest. The
question of investment of the permanent
school fund is one that needs immediate
attention at the hands of the legislature
in that their investment is limited to
United States bonds or state and county
bonds of Nebraska. Jn these later years
the counties in the state arc not in the
bond business except at rare intervals ,
all bonds now voted being almost ex
clusively precinct bonds , in which state
funds under the constitution cannot bo
invested. A glance at the report of the
btate treasurer shows that there are now
on hand open for investment anil without
a place for investment E > pmouOO,00l ( ) and
this amount will bo increased by the
present returns of the county treasurers
to nearly $500,000. What provisions can
be made for an investment of these
funds is open for discussion.
TIIKY WANT Till ; HUI'OKTS.
Members of the legislature , as well as
the state ollieers themselves , are getting
nnxioii.s to see the different reports of the
state olliccrs that went to the printers
some time in December and that ought
to have been in print by the opening days
of the legislature. Thus far only the re
port of the attorney general has lu-on re-
ceiveii and distributed , and legislative
committees , especially those on ways and
means , need the reports to become ac
quainted with the recommendations and
upon which to formulate appropriation
bills. 'J'he state ollieers expected all these
reports in printed form lung ere this , and
n little haste would be appreciated.
TUAVKI.ING MEN'S HANQUET.
The traveling men tvill hold a grand
banquet anil hall at the Metropolitan
rinlc on the evening of February M , and
the boys will make of it the greatest event
ever held in the state. The"boys of Lin
coln post A have thu immediate manage
ment in charge , and all the proceeds will
be placed in the hands of tlio relief com
mittee for disbursement for charitable
purposes , The prices agreed upon are
as follows : Tickets to ball and banquet ,
$ : t ; ball tickets , $2 ; spectators' tickets , § 1.
Tickets will be placed on sale at all
the prominent hotels in the city of Lin
coln and also at Omaha hotuls and the
leading hostlerics m Hastings , Nebraska
City , riattsmouth , Fremont , Hcatrice ,
York , Grand Island , Kearney and other
places. There will bo no invitations is
sued , but every friend of the knights of
the grip will 1)0 ) made to feel , if he attend -
tend > ) , just as though the entertainment
was gotten up for his own especial bene
fit. The Union league cafe will cater to
the wonts of the inner man and spread
tlie feast at the banquet in their own in
imitable way. The best of music will bo
obtained and the following committees
will have the work in charge : Floor Com
mittee Frank Bartholomew , Charles K.
Eaton , W. Whitman. Reception Com
mittee Bam D. Leland and lady , E. C.
Lawrence and lady , John M. Cotton and
lady , L. W.Garrouto and lady , Fred A.
Wilson and lady. The programme at the
banquet will bo as follows : Toast master ,
President L. Heiskcll ; "Our State , " Gov
ernor John M. Thaycr ; "Tho Legislat
ure , " Senator L. W. Colby ; "Lincoln , "
lion. U. E. Moore ; "Ireland and Amer
ica , " Patrick Eg.in ; "Commerce and the
Traveling Men , " lion. J. M. Raymond ;
"Industry , " John Fitzgerald ; "Tho
Press , " J. D. Calhoun ; ' "The Relief Com
mittee. " A. P. Martin ; "The Hotel the
Traveling Men's Home1'J. J. Imhoff ;
"Tho T. P. A. . L. Heiskcll ; "Old
Time Traveling Men , " Sam D. Leland ;
"Our Wivcs'pFred A. Martin ; "Lin
coln's Field , " J. M. Cotton. The com
mittees on arrangements and manage
ment , who submit the above programme
and who will watch the details of its pro-
dilution , are K. U. Lawrence , Colonel A.
P. Martin. John M. Cotton , b. W. Gar-
route and A. L. Martin.
JlOltE D1VOHCUS WANTED.
The general average of divorces in the
Lancaster district court holds its own
ami there nro illeti to-day for record two
now cases that will aid in augmenting iho
numbers of such cases for trial at the
February term to proportions oven
greater than those attained at any ono
term heretofore. 'Iho last victims are as
follows : Carrie A. McVegh liles her peti
tion and asks a divorce from her hus
band , William A MoYogh , on the grounds
that her husband is an habitual drunkard.
The petitioner recites that as long as 1870
they were married ; that almost immedi
ately thereafter ho became addictett to
drink , pursuing hia downward way until
ho became an habitual drunkard , and
that the plaintifl for the lact six months
v Jiiis had to supply the entire support for
T the family. In tlio second case Ferdinand
Glebe asks a divorce from his marital
junto , Augusta Glebe , and his petition
recites that the marriugo ceremony was
performed in October , 1881 , that ho , the
plaintiff , was under arrest , and that ho
was compelled by force and fraud to
marry the woman much against his will
and inclination. The plaintilf further
avers that since the marriage he has not
lived with tier or rceogni/.ed her as his
lawful wife , and ho therefore prays lor
divorce , as provided by the statutes.
Tlio district court clerk has received
from a like olllcisil in Otoo county the in
dictment ami transcript of proceedings
in the case against Mrs. Armanda Shol-
lenbcrgor , whoso case was ordered to
v Lancaster county for trial on a chungu
r of venue granted by Judtro Ilayward.
The case will boon tlio call for tho'term
opening February 21.
KliztUJcth Cocfirau , by her attorney ,
bus tiled her petition us administratrix ,
nsklng an order from Judge Pound , tp
sell lot r , in block l o , city of I.incoln.for
Iho purpose of clearing MI incumbrauco
on the lot held by 1) ) . U. Hrown and also
to satisfy other drbU against the cstatn.
Annie A. Ward has riled with the dis
trict court an allidavit in replevin against
Michael Watson , in which the plalntilT
seeks to recover the furniture and fix
tures in the Enterprise restaurant , the
allidavit claiming their replevin on a
debt of WiK ) in notes due from the defend
ant to the plamtiir for the goods in ques
Another crooked piece of work not in
any court yet happened yesterday , in
which a chap borrowed a shot gun , as ho
said , logo hunting , but ho immediately
took it to a pawnshop , put it in hoc and
departed for Hastings with the proceeds.
Judge I'arker predicted a prosecution if
tnu chap could be found.
A COMI.Nn CONCllUT.
The St. Paul Choral union has ar
ranged lor a grand concert to bo given
Friday evening , the iilst , at St. Paul's M.
E. church. They have arranged an elab
orate programme that includes a large
number of new and popular songs , duos
and many of the prominent standard
choruses , both secular and sacred. A
complete oreheMra of tell instruments
will till the interludes and thu vocalists
who will take part in the programme
number twelve sopranos , six altos , uight
tenors and eight bassos. The entire con
cert will be under the immediate supervi
sion of O. It. Howeli.
IN roi.in : cotrKT
the doekcl was not largo yesterday and
business was quickly over at the morning
session. Ellas Thomas , arrested for pcU-
dling without a license , had his hearing
deferred. .John Alley , a plain drunk , was
arraigned and paid $ ! ) and costs into the
school fund , Nellie Scott , a woman
charged \\ith being an iniuatu of a house
of ill-fame , was assessed a line of ! ? fi and
coiU for her waywardness , and Charles
McFadden , intoxicated , paid $ ! J and costs
lor his sport. One lodger found bed and
board at thu jail Sunday evening.
Have You Socu Them ?
If not , call on W. ( . AUIKIGIIT nnd go
out to SOUTH OMAHA with one of his
agents to inspect thu niagnillcciit prop
erty known as Ai.nitiaiiT's Citoiuti ,
Acres in Benson nro selling rapidlj.
Acres in llenson are selling rapidly.
THE WILD WEST.
One Night's Scene in a Dance-House tu
n MuHhroom Town.
Milwaukee Sentinel : "When I road
the expression 'waltz to the bar
in the Sentinel the other day , "
said an old railroader , "the days of ' 08
and ' 0'JT7hiin the Union Pacitic was being
built , came into mv mind. Talk about
dance-houses , hurdy-gurdies , and such
things to me , and you have someone who
has been there and seen 'em. The North
ern Wisconsin and Michigan shebangs are
meetin'-houscs alongside of the old Union
Pacilic concerns. \ \ hen the road reached
Julesburg all you could see in the valley
of ( he I'latte was sand lullsand hero and
there a prairie-dog town , but it wasn't
moro'n a day and a half before live or bis
acres of land previously trodden upon
only by the Sioux and the buflalo was
covered by big tents and a few do/en
movahJu houses that wcro made in
Omaha and shipped to the cud of the
road on Hat ears in pieces , arranged
so they could be put together in a few
hours. Six of these buildings were
dance-houses , and the women who were
to be the chief attraction in them were
there and rc.idy to join bauds and waltz
to- the bar almost as soon as the roofs
wore on. Most of them were thu most
depraved of their class , while hero and
there I observed a novice young girls
who hud been enticed away from their
homes in Iowa and Missouri by men who
promised them big wages to act as
waiters in dining rooms. With visions
of wealth honestly earned they were
easily led astray. Think of a dining-
room in Julesburg that mushroom of a
town that was built in a day and torn
down in a night ? There never was a
dining-rooin'in it , but that made no dif
ference once the deluded girls were
there : they could not turn back , and they
had no alternative. They wore usually
provided with plenty of money as a
starter , and lilted out with llashytogs _ ,
and advised to make the best of their lot.
Many ot them accepted the situation ,
while a few , under the protection of
somu one perhaps a father of children
whom he had left behind in thu .civilized
world escaped and returned "to their
homes. Julesburg was the most
murderous community in the world ,
even worse than Cheyenne , which for
many years boasted of a man and often
a do/.eu for every breakfast. With tlio
exception of a few surveyors , the train
men and a few others , Jtilesburg's popu
lation was composed of n gang ot the
most desperate thieves , gamblers and
thugs. Among this number were the
proprietors of thu 'fandangos , ' in every
instance men that could brair that the
victims of their revolvers could not bo
enumerated upon the lingers of a single
hand. Tlio little town with its streets of
sai.d and bullalo grass was , as 1 said bo-
tore , the gamblers' Mecca , and the song
of the siren , thu picking of the banjo by a.
fourth rate performer , the shouts of the
roulct man , and the drunken yells of the
camp tollowcrs , were blended at night in
n sort of music that 1 don't care to hear
again , although I must confess that for a
young man as I was then it had some
thing of a charm a sort ot realization of
thu dime novel fancies of nfuwycurs preceding -
ceding my gallic westward.
"Well , 1 started out to toll you of some
thing that occurred ono night when the
'festivities' ' were at their height , nnd the
girls with the brawny-handed Texan ,
the Mexican greaser , or the more care
less , half-drunken cut-throat from the
slums in the east , were 'waltzing to the
bar" " at the command of the 'caller elf
in a hurdy-gurdy. The fiddler had just
placed his violin on tlio top of an empty
llour barrel , when a lino'looking six-
footer , with n smooth face , and thu gen
eral eastern or 'tenderfoot' appearance ,
stepped into the open door. The dancers
were Hearing thu bar as the handsome-
young follow advanced a few paces into
thu room and grasped a pretty but hag
gard young woman by thu wrist. Ho-
twcon his teeth ami half muttering oath ,
yet denoting somu surprise , hu said : "So
you are here ; my God , woman , follow me
quick ! " The girl was in thu clutch of a
sunburnt cowboy , who objected by draw
ing a bead upon the intruder , at the
.same time commanding him to 'let go
that gal or oil1 goes ycr head. ' This was
the signal the provocation for a general
unsheathing of weapons , and in less time
than it takes to tell it thu fusillade had
commenced. It was the every day or
night atl'air. and there was the usual scat
tering to places of satoty of thosu who
wore not lovers of thu 'sport.1
"Tho room was tiually deserted , except
by two men. They were dead , but a
hasty examination showed that neither of
them was the 'tenderfoot , ' Ono of them
was the cowboy who had objected to hav
ing the 'gal' taken away , ' 1 ho handsome
young man was gone so was the
woman , There were a few curses and a
little growling by the dancers and some
kicking by the proprietor because the
lloor had been boiled and a whisky keg
pierced by a bullet. Tim bodies were re
moved to the entrance , and the dances
was resumed and continued till the gray
dawn of morning told the tipsy revelers
that it was time for them to retire. 1
saw the bodies planted in a bed ot prickly
pears the next afternoon by their pards ,
who had spent the day looking for the
the tenderfoot who had the nervu lo
invadu the camp ami carry
oil ono of the 'winimen.1
They didn't find him , nor thogirl either ,
tor they wore bpirited away on a locomotive -
tivo by a i a who once ran train on
the La Cros'.e division of the St. Panl
road Al Nash , The tenderfoot .was the
girl's brother nnd kept a general store , I
believe , at Albia , la. '
The lllcliest Man In tlio South.
Mr. lint Dulano.Vi of Fnuquior , Vn. ,
who is the richest man in the south , is
going to Scotland next month to marry
a Scotch girl of noble family. Although
Mr. Dulaiioy's wealth would be regarded
as commonplace in New York , it Is con
sidered well nigh fabulous south of Ma
son and Dixoii's lino. His yearly income
is over ? 20p,000 , drawn from lands in that
state and in England and Scotland. Ho
owns about fifteen thousand acres in the
blue grass rcpons of London and Fau-
miicrcountieS , and has in England nnd
.Scotland estates which would quarter half
n do/.on of lords. Ho came by it all by
inheritance , the lands havingbceti in the
family fur generations. Mr. Dulancy is
a good-lookingyoung tellow , twenty-four
years old. andhas lived all his life in this
country. The lady whpm ho is going to
marry is said to bo a descendant ot a
younger branch of tlio Argylls. She has
no title , but is a cousin of the present
duke. Tlio prospective marriage has ex
cited widespread interest in the Old
Why Ho Killed Himself.
London Times : Men destroy them
selves from various motives , and usually
vcrv inadequate ones ; but it may bo
doubted it any ono every found a more
Ilinisy pretext for launching himself into
eternity than IhulatoMr. Heron , of Man
chester , England , who the other day took
an overdose of strychnine becauto his
wife never gave him a birthday
present. "If it had only been a penny
cigar,1' ho wrote to his inattentive spouse ,
"I should have prized it. I have strug
gled to iind something or other
on your birthday , but you al
ways pleaded poverty. " I suppose the
jury who considered this too sensitive
gentleman insane founded their opinion
on liis extraordinary preference for a
penny cigar to a dose of strychnine.
fitly n Few
Of those elegant tots m ALBRIGHT'S
CHOICE and double your money before
spring. Albright is making lot. " of
money for lots of people who purchase
from mm. Only a little money required
to buy a lot.
IItyo You Seen Them ?
If not , call on W , G. Ar.nuKiirr and go
out to SOUTH OMAHA with one of his
Agents to inspect the magnificent prop
erty known as ALnitioifr'a CHOICC.
Acres in Benson nro selling rapidly.
William L. McCaguo and C. E. Mayno
are selling lienson , to which street cars
will run before fall.
Four Ouinlx ) ? .
Yesterday morning fourmorc of the new
Jumbo compound engines of the Union
Pacific , were sent west to Laramie , from
which placci sonic of them will bo for
warded to other heavy parts of the roaa.
Have You Seen Them ?
If not. call onV. . G. ALUHIGHT and go
out to SOUTH OMAHA with ono of his
agents to inspect the magnificent prop
erty known as AUIUIGHT'S CHOICI : .
Go to McCaguu or C. E. Mayuo and
buy a lot in Benson. No interest on sales
The Canadian Klcctlon.
Tonoxro. Oat , Jan. 17. The dominion
prullamunt has been dissolved and a now
election 1ms been ordered. The nominations
will luUo jilaco February 15 and the
on thu "id.
GOO Per Cent J'-oflt
has bcen'made since last August by pur
chasers of lots from Mr. Albright , in the
addition west of Ai.imiGiir's CHOICI : .
AuiitiriHT's CIIOIOK UIATS THUM ALL
AND UON'I YOU roiCOKT IT.
The sale of scats for Clara Morris' en-
gagunientoponed yesterday morning at
the opera house box oilico with a lively de
mand. Miss Morris plays "Miss Million"
on Wednesday evening and "Article17"
Thursday. The Kansas City papers bay
Miss Morris played there all last week
with most vigorous power.
"Judge" J. S. Cooley appeared in po
lice court yesterday and applied for a war
rant for tlio arrest of the reporter who
wrote the article about him in Saturday's
UKH , on a charge of criminal libel.
Judge Stcnborg declined to issue the
warrant , and Cooley went away breath
ing a vow to sue the 15ii : ; for $100,000
MOST PERFECT MADE !
lleutlifnlnees. Dr. Price's U klng Powder contains
no Amman laJJm&Alnra or Phoipbates. Dr.l'rlce'fl
Sxtracta , YAaUId ) lieman , etc. , flavor flcllclOMly.
Ojftyy ) ' . MB r font :
LINCOLN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
itoccnur limit. Kenljr I'uruUUcJ
The Tremont ,
J. C. I-ir/.OKUALI ) i SON , J'loprlutors.
Cor. Hh und 1'rits. , Lincoln , .Nob.
Hnlesfl.rvi iierdnj. btruet curl ( rom.bousa to nor
purl ol Ilia cftr.
J. II , W. 11AAKINS. .
omcc3.1.34 und 42. lU'jImnla Illoclf , Lincoln ,
Neb. Elevator on I Uu street.
Q A LUUV J V C ATTI.t PlIOllT llulix O.V17L1
F. M WOODS.
Live Stock Auctioneer
Sales Hindu ID all parts of the U S. at fair
rut03. Koom 3 , HIiUo Hloek , Lincoln , Nub.
Galloway and Short Horn bulU fort > ale.
II. 11. GOULDINCJ ,
rarni Loans and Insurance ,
CorrcsDomleuco in reirnrd to lonni sollcltoJ.
Koom i , Klcbards Illoi'k , Llneoln , Neb ,
Riverside Short Horns
Of strictly jmro Hatus and HutosTapiiuduuttlo.
Ilord uuiuherB about U ) bond.
Families repre.-ontoJ : f'llberts , Cra js ,
Acombs. Henloi , Koguof Sharons , MOSJ Ho os ,
KnlKbtly DueliobbOA , Kutt Crouk Youny Marys ,
J'hyllUus , I-onims and'l'rue lx > ve < .
llulla Jorsalo. 1 1'urb llutej 1'doort. 1 Pure
Batt-i Crugirs , l Hoioof Sharon , I Younif Mary ,
11'uitr Crulck fchank and othoni. Come and
Inspect the horl. AdJreai. CHAS. M. 1IH.VN-
SON , Lincoln , Nob.
Whea in Lincoln stop at
National Hotel ,
And get a xood alpuer ( o > a.
A NEW LEASE OF' LTE.
When one has been sufTeiuiT the agonies
of ft severe attack of rheumatism ! ncuialgta
or sciatica , and relief comes , it seems as if a
> e\v lease of life liail been prantcd. Such
lave been the feelings of thousands who ,
iftcr in ing physlcana iind numberless rem
edies , have used Athtophoros and found to
heir grcrt jov , that this medicine really did
cure these diseases.
AtDubtiqtie , Iowa , the dtupijistjsar Athlo-
ihoros beats them all , We thought it would
ie like many oilier rheumatic medicines
that havt been put up6n the market , sell for
a while then gradually sink out of our mem
ory. 15ut such is not the case with Athlo-
ihoros , instead of our sales dimHiing they
ncrcase , and what make ? us ha\e more
"aith in its future mission , is that our cust
omers come back and praiie its good work
in the highest terms. Said one dutguist to
Lhc writer : "Mv confidence is so great in
Alhlophoros that I Often sell a bottle with
Iho understanding that if it is not satisfactory
I will refund the money. 1 have never yet
had to pay the money back. " Mrs. C.'j.
Alabeck , 1007 Clay St. , Uubuquc Iowa , say :
Iwas subject to frequent attacks of inflam
matory rheumatism and have been nearly all
my life , at times I would be almost helpless.
When I commenced with Alhlophoros 1
was carrying my arm in a sling , 1 could not
move my fingci s without causing me pain.
One evening while suffering this way 1 heard
of Alhlophoros. The next day 1 sent for a
bottle. I was a little afraid of it nt first on
account of the buzzing sensation it caused in
my head , but it worked like a charm , the
swelling and pain were gone , my rheu
matism was well. It is now a year nnd a
half , and 1 have not suffered any since.
Every druggist should kcop Athloplio
ros ana Atlilophoros I'llls , but whore they
cannot bo bought of the druggist the
Atlilophoros Co. , 112 Wall St. . Now York ,
will send cither ( carriage paid ) on receipt
of regular l > rice , which is $1.00 nur bottle
for Atlilophoros anil fide , for i'llls.
Tor liver and kliincy illst-amx , dysncixla , ln <
digestion , weakness , norvou * debility , ills-casn *
of wonion , constipation , hendacho , linpuro
blood , \c. Atlildphoros I'llls uro unodtmlcd. 11
its cnujes , nnd it now nnd
successful Cl'lli : at your own
homo by ono who was deaf twenty clffht
jcars. Tioatod by most of the noted special
ists without benefit ; cured himself In three
inonthp , and nlnce then hundreds of others.
Pull particulars sent on npplicatlon , T. 11.
I'AUU. No. 41 Westaist St. , N ow Yotk City.
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1 : U. JIKIHCAI.CO. , Kiotllttiupton , CLIUIU
We wlali to clear out our Kntlvc Winter Stock this month if itosatlilc , and ticccsoit/ ! requires that
our nrlccs yhnttld l > o very low In fact .so low Hint it will tmy inni to buy winter gooifa XOW t.s a mat
ter of investment , tliottuli yoimnu not absolntcly need Iliein until m\vt winter.
Otir ovcreontu and hairy tnlts arc aoln j now at a nominal flaure. Then < uv weatlit r ' " ) 'iee ,
far below your c.fneelttli n * . We don't my how nntcJi. What tinea H itunnnit to when nvi ana f'lO.OO
Orcreottts reduced tn $12.0 ( > ; or f1 > ,00 Suit * reduced to $10.00 ' ' lo nimtt sec tlio yooda , net tlw in
formation u-JiicJi n'c irill give and so your turn Judgment ,
The bntancc of our Pea i/iu-Arfc ? ttnd feats arc selllnti now for 7cs.s tltttn tlte mere eloth would cost.
One lot n'G are. aelllny now for $7.)0 whlelt is of ail wnot Chinchilla Iieaier ; with line Ctifatincra
Unlay and sold before the reduction for $1V. > 0.
Our heavy ivciuhl ticnty' J < * iirnishtnit t/oons , such as Underwear , Wool lloslcrit , Cardlyn" nntl Jer
sey Jackets , etc. , have undergone a ae.ncral orcrlianUny. J'rice * are cat rlghi and left and should bo
tttken adi'antaijr of before .s/rr.s / arc bctdlu broken , 1
A.II goods marttccl in plain , figures and at strictly ona ricc.
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha ,
GOLD MEDAL , PATHS , 187a
_ Wnrrantcd ntmoltilety ptiro
Cocoa , from which the cici > of
Oil hna been removed. KlmnMrrs
Hinti the ttrcngtft of Coco * mlicd
with Starch , Arnmroot orSugnr ,
nnd la therefore fur moro economi
cal , cottlng tat titan one cent a
cup. H IB delicious , nourishing ,
etrciiEthenlng , easily digested , nnd
admirably adapted for Imallds aa
1 well nil for persona In health.
Sold by Grocers ctcrfTfhcro.
W. BAKER & CO , , Dorteter , Mass ,
HOW TO ACQUIRE WEALTH.
NO ItLANKSt JSIO 1MU/.KS1 EVHIIY YUAK OVKH A 3III.r.IONMISTJUKUTKD
MOKK THAN' OXK IJKAWINfl KVUKY 3IONTII.
TWO DKAWINGS IN I'UUltltUAItY , TIIE 1ST AND MOTH.
Only $2.00 required to secure one Royal Italian 100 francs gold bom ) . These bonds
participate in 225 drawings , four drawings cverv year and retain their original value
until the year 1914. Prizes of 2,000,003 1,000,000 , 500,000 &c. francs will be drawn , be
sides the certainty of receiving back 100 francs in gold , you may win 4 times every year
and so come into possession of .1 fortune.
With ( $10) ) Ten Dollars as first pnymcnt you cnn secure Fl 300 Austrian irovorntnont l > on < H
with 8 per cent IntoiCBt.imd U vnrions Kiiropo.m trnvcnimout bonds , which uro drawn Ul times
minuiilly with pi I/ea amounting to ever Fl 'J,0 WUJ ) , balinco on oiisy monthly Installments. Sal'o
Investment ot capital ns tlio Invujtoil money must ho pnld buck ami iniiny cluincos to win n liltr
prim. Money ciui bosotit by rf-jrlHloml letter , money ordur or by express , utid In return wo will
Iofv\aidtliouucum < ! iit3. For turthor Information , cult on or address.
ICEECLI1V BAMtlKK CO. , : tO5 ISroatlwny , IVcw York.
N. n. Those bonds iiro not lottery tickets , and tlio sale Is locally permitted. ( By law of 1878) ) .
TOOTLE HOSE A & CO.
ST. JOSEPH , MO.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS , BOOTS AND SHOES
We have been closed for one week on ac
count of the death of our greatly esteemed se
nior partnerMilton Tootle. Having : now taken
out letters of administration on our firm "bus-
nesswe are ready for spring trade with the lar
gest stock of goods ever opened in the west.
We guarantee to make prices to compete with
eastern markets , and carry an assortment
ample for the requirements of the largest
trade. Soliciting your orders , we are ,
Respectfully yours ,
TOOTLE , HOSEA & CO.
DEWEY & STONE
A magnificent display of everything
ful and , ornamental in the furniture-
maker's art ? , at reasonable prices.
C.SJ RAYMOND ,
RELIABLE JEWELER ,
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Prices the lowest. Repairing u. specialty. All work warrant
ed. Corner Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha
Licensed Watchmaker for the Union Pacitio Railroad company.
The 0 , E , Mayne Eeal Estate and Trust Co
N. W. COB. 16th AND HABW.EY , OMAHA.
Property of every description for sale m all parts of the city. Lands for sale iu
every county in Nebraska.
A COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACTS
Of Titles of Douclus county kept. Maps of the city state or county , or anf other
information dusiruu , furnished frco of charge upon application.
The most remarkable remedy known to the
world for the treatment of i
Catarrh , Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fever , Croup
Neura'gia ' , Headache , Deafness , Eye Diseases ,
Ulceration of the Lungs , Colds , etc.
Prove Our Assertions , Viz :
TIJK L1TTLK PHYSICIAN.
By Giving Home Testimonials
Read Them , They will Astonish You
OMAHA , Not. , Jun. 4 , IBS' .
Carbolic Bmoko Bull Co ,
( Jentlcnicn : 1 wish tooxprrss to you my full
est commendation of the merit * ol yourSmoko
linll. It has cured my ciU'irrh ' completely. J
bo'iovo ' It to IO the irreatosl tno.llcnl discovery
of thoneo. Giro mosomoof yourclrculurs und
1 w II dlBirlbutu them on the mud for you.
Very truly , A. 8. COST ,
TriiveliiiR Stilostnnn Churchill 1'ump Co. , 1111
OMAHA , Nin. : , Dcd. 27 , 1HSO.
Carbolic Binolco Bull Co. ,
, . , .
( luntlomon Your vuliinMo remedy , "Carbolic
Bmoko. " us nppllod through your Carbolic
Bmoko Hall , lias bean iifwd In my family nnd
IIIIH uirnrdod Imiuodliito rbllol' from lioiiduohu ,
colds nnd cuturrh. In lnct.lt piopuily iipplled.l
consider U n Bpccillo for tlioae. comphilnlH , unil
Ibellove.it will euro nny dlfoaso of the rniiuus
nieinbruno that emu bc > roiicln.nl by Inlmlation ,
Vours truly , C. H J'OUUV ,
Trunk Manufacturer. HOfl Douglas slioet ,
OKAHA , NKii.tin , , f , IB37.
Carbolic SmoUn Hall Co , Oumhii , Noli. ,
( ii'iitloimm I Inivousndyoiir Citrlinllo Smoke
Hull lor cnlilh and Roru llnoiit ini'l find It to lie
uti Infiilllbln lomcdy for mii-h troubles
Yours truly. 1)11. A. H. llll.I.lNns ,
a. i : . Cor. Dodtfn and IMh RtruoU.
OU.IIIA , Km. , .Inn. B , 183T.
Cnrbollo SmoKe Hull Co , Oiniilm , Nub. ,
( Jimllcmon Your CnibolioKrnoko Hall IB In-
ileod a uoiidorlul remedy , It h < iBciirod moor
n \tiry sdVcrnciiHd o | Qiilurrh und throat 1 1 on-
bio. from wliluh 1 have snllorod for ? nmu time ,
If thiRHtnti'inont will bo of uny Borneo to you
lite It as j ou tee proper Vniirs truly ,
I'ostul Clurk U. 1' . H. U Itosido'iico < 0 | ' X."l5th
OMAHA. Ncn..Tnn. 3.IB3T.
Ciirbollo Smoke Ilnll Co , , Onnilm , Nob. ,
( iontlonien lluvinli ? hiiiri/rod / with cuturrh foi
miiny yoiirn , I Imvotriod iilmoMt uvery rnmoUr
mid huvo but litllo fulth In "palont modlelnort.
Aooiitu month iig-o Jta Induced lo liy ono ot
your Kmoko lluls und cnn honc-Mly nuy thai
Imvo received mloro turnout. Irom the lisa of I
Until Hiiylhlntf I huvo over Irled , ] bolluvo it
will entirely ouio mo. Vours very truly ,
Foreman Koos I'rlntlnifCo.
nox Ori'iOB Horn's OIT.HA nonais , Jnti. C , 1B87
Cm hello Bmolio Hall CoOiimhn , Nub. ,
UontlomuM Soolnpr your roinedy lidvortlRO < I
in the iiroin'mnmetiof DRhUirii thoiuors , I pur <
ehimt.'d a Curbollo Hmoko Hull , when your QKOII-
cy Hint Mailed bnro I am iilensod lostuto thut
It IIIIH moved ollocilvo In nuilm ; bail col IH unil
CHliirrlml airnutlnni 1 roimlclor It u wonderful
ren.ody. You mo itt liberty to UBO this ug you
see nroiiur. Very truly yours ,
U , H WlIlTMOIti ; , Treasurer.
OMAHA. NUM. , . Inn 10 , 181T.
Curbolln Bmnko Hull Co , Omulm , Null ,
( ienlHVti have both iinudyour viihmblo roni
ody , Cnrbollo HmoKo Hull , for eaiarib , and o
are plrasuil to Mntii thin It ha ? protod oiTootlvo
In curingus. . YOIIIH trul ,
( iiuuiohr * iiAnujy.
JKal iuio : Aifunts.iUO S. 19th sU
k Nix. I
WllllnniB Block , Oiniiliii.Nul ) . , Joe ) -lldBa |
Curbollo Hmoko Hull Co ,
( jiiiitliiinuii I IIHVII liniin n-constant Hiiirorrr
fiom uiMilo ciiliurli lor Ui yciurd unil Imvo epent
linnilrcrts nf dolliirt. for nilliil. Notliliur IIIIH KV- !
on inu Niitli HiiliNliiullnii UK jnur ( 'uiliollo Hinnkd
Hall. It nlloiili liinni liiili inllul. I Inivo iilso
usi-'il It for Hick liuuducljovilli liuiiollt
Vourd truly , OKU K. I'ISC'llIMU
Tlio Cdi-linllc .S'//i / / , - JldUHttiiiiln ou UN nn < n iitei'llt * . It has erected Ita
own iiKniiniicnt < if i > raise. Othn'rciiirilli's litii'v follfnwit in llm nxile ,
atiil ( i ] > ] n'ojrliinitu as near tint orli/inal an Ilit'i/ < ni , hut Illcr llm falling
leaf then HHUI PIIHH awa\i \ < intl leave nnltltitnru t > / tlieii'ejlemiTltisureat ] :
tllHcnverii In liehifj introduced tln-r > ii/lioi < t tint United Mate * mid tlio
lily/lent coininendattiinH liai'f > fallowed tvlterevet' H liti.t been tented ,
.A'o lioiixeliold t-honld l > ti o'ltliont ' ti "SinuKe ] S ll" f/.s It will CUM a eold
in fifteen inlnntenif'ttikcn In time. To all who will t < ile. the trouble lo
call at onr ojjlea we. offar
A Free Test , A Free Test
Sent by mall on reecint of # 2 , and 4 cents for nostauc.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.
Hoointi 1 and 'J , J rciizer JSlM-k , ; > / > / ' . O ,
VMAJU , A'KJt.
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