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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , MAKOH 31. 1887.
[ ffi SALVATION ARM'S ' WORK
i.od Progress Reported in the Work of Eo-
forming the Capital City ,
BACKSLIDERS A SCARCE ARTICLE
Rliiunr Current That John FItz
nlit Will He Nonilnntcil By the
Democrats For Mayor
IJKE'S LINCOLN nunEA.u.1
ooing a man whoso bulge : Indlnntcel
"ibnt ho was n soltliur in thoOospcl Army ,
your correspondent asked him wlwt pro
gram liad been mude In llio work in Lin
coln , nmt whether iho disreputable clo-
inont still molcdto'i ' their mooting. He
replied that nbout JJOO conversions hud
resulted from their ton weeks' crusade m
Ma wicked city , and that , although in
times past during molestations the police
liad been conspicuous for their absence ,
the meetings had of late sufl'orcd no dis
turbance from the ungodly. The meet
ings are very largely attended and the
little Uaptlst church around the corner
lias bucomo inadequate to the nightly
crowds. This fact hits led to a more
inont which la now on foot to lease a lot
nnd cruet a church building which
will bo planned something after the
Btylo of the Hkuting rinka , for use
during the coming summer , which could
bo finished before winter set in. The
cost of the proposed building will bo be
tween $ -,000 and $3,000 , and the sub
ticrlptlons will : it once be ( solicited In the
matter. The army has worked up a pur
raiment organization hero and have come
to stay , it has just bucomo self-support-
by contributions. The mcotiugH will
soon bo moved to RedUIbbon hall , which
ill accommodate a larger crowd.
There is a distinction between the
Gospel and Salvation armies , there being
no organization of the latter here.
"llavo any of your converts back
eliddon ? " was asked.
"Not one. Wo have had some remark
table cases , however. One man came to
us when he felt an attack of the delirium
trcruona coming upon him , nnd ex
pressed a determination to re
form. Ho asked prayer. Wo worked
with him invoking divine more ,
And soon after rejoicing in his convcr
Bion. Ha has kept the faith over since
has not touched a drop , and is a man
again. A most remarkable feature oi
this case ia that a few days after the con
version a letter was received by the con
vert from his wife who was 1,000 mile :
distant stating that at a certain hour she
liad rccoiveu the divine assurance in an
Bwor to prayer that her husband had
been redeemed. The hour named in the
letter tallied with the hour of his convcr
satlon in Lincoln. "
"Very strange , " observed the scribe
"Nevertheless true , and wo have man ;
witnesses to it. Wo also have had an
other marvelous triumph of di vine grace
A citizen of Lincoln , a painter , tlirc
. weeks since made n desperate attempt t.
Bhoot.himsolf. Ho had been a christiar
in former years but bad back-
eliddon. His church pcoplo had
frowned upon him , and strong
drink reclaimed him. Despairing ot
over again rising to the full stature of a
man , ho sought to end all with a bullet.
flis revolver was a six-shooter. Ho
snapped the first cartridge , which missed
fire. Each of the six proved equally
abortive. Ho took them out and refilled
the cylinder. Five more cartridges
proved ineffective. Before the last was
tried ho throw down the weapon and sot
to thinking : Ho resolved to corno to us
And ask our prayers. We worked and
prayed over him , firmly believing , as wo
lo now , that a superhuman power rnn-
Jored the cartridges harmless. Our
Lrayors were answered and the man to-
Jay ia redeemed. Ho is working earnestly
with us and wo bcliovo his conversion is
tnorougk and lasting. "
Judge W. H. Morns , of Crete , is hold
ing court in this county , while Judge
pound is occupying the bench 'in Snlino
county. Judge Morris ia spoken of very
highly by the Lancaster bar.
The supreme court ia at work on the
Ninth judicial district. One more dis
trict romainn when the final and last call
of the entire docket will bo mado.
The following gentlemen were admit
ted to practice in the supreme court :
Messrs. H. L. Morriman , J. AV. Provius ,
A. M. Bobbins , Herman Westovor.
Rodick va Omaha & Southwestern rail
way company dismissed.
The following catisos wore continued :
Sornborger vs Uuilinan ; state ox rel
Bornborgor vs Wait ; lirooks va Dutcher ;
Wolton vs Baltozoro ; Lcgoar vs Legear ;
, , Cortolyon vs Maben ; Castor v vVolna.
\ The following causes were argued and
ubmittod : Bentlv ys Davis ; Parker va
rlathoson : Tootlo vs Mubon ; Ferry vs
irangor ; Carklns va Anderson ; motion
for writ of error ; Corsonjvs Corson ; mo-
ktion to dismiss.
John W. Ktrn va Augustus Kloke , et al , er-
krorfrom C'umlng county. Reversed and
remanded. Opinion by Cobb , J.
An action for damages for the broach
of the covenants of warranty , contained
in a deed convoying land is an action
unoa a specialty , within the meaning of
the tenth section of the code of civil pro
cedure , and may be brought at any time
within tivo years after the cause of action
phall have accrued.
II. Such action may bo maintained by
the direct covonanteu irrespective of the
question whether the covenant upon
which it ia brought would run with the
wrlgntvs State of Nebrasba. Error from
tiosper couuty. Ke versed , Opinion by
Reese , J.
The evidence examined and hold not
Bullicicnt to support a verdict of guilty
of the crime of burglary.
lilsbce vs Uleasou. Krror from Dlxon
county. Ruvereed. Onion by Reese. J.
1. A right of action on a guardian's
bond to recover the amount remaining in
the hands of the guardian , first accrues
to the ward , when such amount is ascor-
taluud by the county court on the settle
ment of the guardian's h'nal account.
Bull vs Laclair , 7 Neb. , 31) ) .
2 , Where ix guardian is cited by the
county court to appear and settle his ac
counts upon the termination of his trust ,
and ho refuses to appear in answer to
uch citation , it is the duty of the county
court to ascertain and declare the condi
tion of Iho accounts in his absence and
charge him with the money and property
j > his hands after allowing all just cred-
US ; and lor the purpose of such settle
ment the jurisdiction of the couuty court
Telton vs Drummond. Krror from Oospci
county. Revmod. Opinion by Reese , J.
1. In application fet license to sell in
toxicating liquors under the provisions
of chapter 50 of the compiled statutes , il
la necessary for the applicant to give at
least two week's notice of the same in
the manner provided by law ; and where
the notice is published m newspaper ,
Ihe county , ( city or Tillage ) board has no
luthority to take any action thereon
ifttU the expiration of the time during
vhioh the notice must bo circn. Any no
_ Jon taken by them before the expiration
rot the two weeks will be void.
( rs 8. Notice of application for license was
'Published in a newspaper , the first pub
licatlon being on Saturday , the Cth daj
of Juno. The tlrno for hearing the np
pi cation was lixod in the notice at the
third Iriday in Judo , which woa the 18U
day. On that day the village bpart
being in BOBS ! , the application was con
sidered , nnd there being objections to
the Issuance of the license , the 22d day of
Juno was appointed for the hearing. It
was held that the board had no authority
to muko the order , the notice being in-
Roberta vs Flanaann. Appeal from Oaso
county. Aninuuu. Opinion by Maxwell ,
' ' '
1.'in'February , 1873 , ono S. , a resident
of Wayne county , Michigan , made a will
and soon thereafter died. The said will
was thereupon duly admitted to probate
in Iho proper court of Wayne county ,
Michigan , and soon afterwards in the pro *
bate court of Gage county , Nebraska , cer
tain lands belonging to the estate ol b.
being situated in said county , which lands
were afterwards sold by the executors
under a power in said will. Held , The
probate court of Uago county in 1873
having jurisdiction , the admission of said
will to probate in 1873 was valid and that
it properly refused to again admit suul
will to urobate in 1833.
2. Where publication has actually been
made for the time and in the manner re
quired by law , the failure to fllo proof of
such publication before the hearing will
not render the judgment void.
8. The certificate to bo endorsed on a
will , required by section 100 of the decedents -
codents act , is not essential to the valid
ity of the probate thereof , but merely
provides that a will so certified , and the
record thereof , or a transcript of such
record , duly certified may bo read In cvl-
deuce in all courts within the state with
out further proof.
4. Where n probate court has itmsdic
lion in admitting a will to probate , all
presumptions arc in favor of the regu-
laritv of its proceedings , and in a collat
eral "attack upon such probate , the court
will not inquire into the degree of proof
required by the probate court.
5. Mere irregularities in the proreec-
ings wuoro the court has jurisdiction , tire
not subject to collateral attack.
Ullllncs vs milcy. Krror from Gage county.
Reversed. Opinion by Maxwell , Cb. > ) .
1. Ono B. sold forty-two head of fat
steers atid 101 fat hogs to F. at an agreed
price per 100 pounds. The ftock was
weighed on the scales of F. and delivered
nnd on the succeeding day it was discov-
urc'c that the scales were incorrect. In
an action by H. against V. to recover the
difference between the weight of the
stock given and the actual weight , held ,
that a preponderoneo of the evidence
showed that the scales of F. were incor
rect , nnd that B. had thereby sustained
2. Where a party solo stock to bo paid
for by weight , and said stock was
weighed on the scales of the buyer ,
which on the next day were found to bo
out of order , and to have favored
the buyer , held , that the seller was
entitled to have the stock weighed
correctly , and that a promise by him to
pay the ouyer a bonus to weigh the stock
correctly , was without consideration.
B. Where ono F. purchased forty-two
fat steers which wora delivered and ac
cepted by him and on the succeeding day
at the request of the seller , re-weighed
forty-one of said stcore , but refused to
accept the forty-second , but retained
possession of said steer , and afterwards
disposed of the same , held a ratification
of the original contract and the purchaser
was liable to the seller for the purchase
price agreed upon.
4. Instructions not cxccptcd to , can
not bo reviewed in the supreme court.
Boll Ilrotliers vs White Lake dumber com
pany. Error from Franklin county. At' '
tinned. Opinion by Maxwell , Cli. J.
1. Wherein an action tried before a
justice of the peace , no bill of particulars
Is set out in the record , but there is a
finding of the justice that "there n _ duo
and owing from defendant to plaintiff
upon the account sued upon , the sum of
? 03.75 with interest from Juno 1,1885 , ' ' It
will bo presumed that the account was
before the justice when ho rendered
2. Where a party appears in court and
objects by motion to the jurisdiction of
the court over his person , he must state
specifically , the grounds of objection.
Technical objections to the jurisdiction
of the court over the poraou ot tlio de
fendant will bo unavailing , unless they
3. A party who appears before a justice
of the peace , and moves to dismiss the
action which motion was afterwards over
ruled , and the party not desiring to ap
pear further , judgment was rendered
against him , cannot afterwards have the
judgment set aside upon hia offering to
confess judgment for costs.
4. Where an undertaking for an ap
peal is filed with the justice more than
tnn days after the rendition pf the judg
ment , It ia not error for him to refuse to
approve the samo.
5. Krror must affirmatively appear in
the record , and will not bo presumed.
It is conceded that Mr. John Fitzgerald
will bo nominated for mayor by the dem
ocrats to-morrow : that ho will accept the
honor and proceed at once to prepare for
the battle. There ia an inside history at
tending this apparent change of front.
A good deal of kicking and growling
is heard on the streets over the defeat of
the saline land bill , which , if passed ,
would have put the Lincoln stock jar da
in the market.
Mrs. Schneider , wife of the Kearney
county murderer , was discharged from
the inaine hospital yesterday.
Policeman Malone returned to-day
from Saline county , where he was a wit
ness m the trial of Frank Myers , who has
just boon sentenced to four years in the
pen for burglary.
Eliza A. Baum , an attendant at the in
sane hospital , dind yesterday of pneumonia
monia- Her relatives reside in Michi
gan and have been telegraphed respect
ing the funeral.
Yesterday the board of educational
lands and funds purchased f 12SOO worth
of Kearney county refunding bonds for
the permanent school fund.
Arthur Gibson , of Fremont , brother-in-
law of Deputy Auditor Bunton , ia in the
city.J.D. . Knight arrived bore from Florida
after a two months' absence.
Mont Smith is a candidate for chief of
police of Lincoln.
Mr. Van Crut , of Omaha , is in thn city
nnd is endeavoring to make arrange
ments for furnishing the city with snud
A parody on "Hazel Kirke" wai at
tempted at the 1'uopin's theater bora last
night. A person who never saw a cred
itable rendition of the play might go
away from this theater feeling that he
had received a return of money invested ,
but a critical auditor would have great
difficulty in sitting out the porformanco.
None of the cast know his part , the stage
action was slow , and the music was vilo.
What little npplauso that smuggled itself
to the surface came from a chtss which it
is safe to say was put there for that pur
Speaking of theatrical matters , your
correspondent had a talk to-day with H
loading and progressing theatrical man
ager from Milwaukee , who is looking
over Lincoln for a site and for a syndi
cate of responsible mitn , looking to the
building of a first clasa opera house ,
which will fully meet the demands of the
bettor class of thoater-goers. Ho bad
previously been advised of the unpopu-
urity ot the worm-oaten theaters of
I am ono of tha oldest hortcshoera in
the town , and I have used your Salvation
Oil for cracked heels , mango and sand
cracks with horses ; it gives perfect satis
faction. CHAS W. LEE.
414 W. Baltimore at. Balto. , Bid.
A Methodist preacher hinted that * it
would bo nice to go to E iropo. as hia
throat trouble was getting worse , but the
good deacons scut for a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup and consequently
now enjoy a good sermo .
A CHECKERED CAREER ,
Unto Castlcton'a Itascalljr Husband.
Fred Elliott , alias Joe Elliott , alias Joe
Rcllly , is n young man but thirty-two
years of ngc , but ho will bo a good deal
older before ho rejoins society , as ho has
not yet served n year of sentence of
fourteen years imposed upon him last
May In Rochester lor the crime ot for
gery. Klliott bcean his criminal career
when a more boy , nnd speedily attracted
the attention of some of the most emi
nent fecoundrcls in the metropolis , who
did all they could to push him on as a
promising young tuan in the general ras
cality line , with forgery as a specialty ,
His first patron uus Forger Becker , who
took Elliott to Europe with him , where
the two joined Joe Chapman and Ivan
Slscovitch , a Rusaiiin , and with a few
other accomplices Hooded Turkey with
forged sight drafts. All were arrested
ana sentenced to three years nnd six
month ) each in prison in Smyrna. Joe
Chapman's wife came from London to
Turkey expressly to aid her husband and
hia pain to make their escape. She
conveyed tools to iSlliott and Becker and
then got back io London to bo out of
harm's way when the escape was made ,
first exacting a promise that her husband
should be set at liberty with the rest.
Elliott , Becker and the Russian got away ,
but left Chapman behind. They joined
Mrs. Chapman in London , and she was
naturally indignant that her husband had
been abandoned. Ono morning , soon
aftrr , Mrs. Chapman was found dead in
her bed , nnd her trunk , containing valu
able jewelry , was misainc. Elliott and
Becker were suspected of having mur
dered her and lied to this country. Elliott
came into publicity soon after , owing to
his marrlago with Kato Castleton , the
iiclress. He heard her sing ono night in
the San Francisco theatre and became
infatuated with her , and pushed his at
tentions so ardently that a mitrriaga in
the Little Church Around the Corner
soon followed. Kato knew that her hus
band was a "crook , " but he promised to
reform , and it was a very happy wed
ding. Kate wont right from the stage
to the church , nnd was married
in her stage costume , and all the min
strel company were present to wish the
couple good fuck , the whole ending in a
supper at Delmonico's. Elliott and his
wife went oil on a wedding tour of a
month , and returned and settled down in
line npmirtnicnts on Twenty-first street.
Klliott had a little money , and made his
wife quit the stage , but she went back
to it against her husband's will , and ho
soon got jealous and then there was a
sopnration. Elliott went hack to his old
tricksand was arrested for forging a draft
for $40,00 ! ) on the Now York Life Insur
auco company. While on his way from
tho'nourt house to the Tombsho escaped ,
but was soon in another scrape for rob
bing a Boston jeweler of $8,000. Ho pot
into the state prison for this , utul when
ho was released made a vow to reform.
His wife and ho became reconciled , and
Elliott sot out as her manager. Ho got
jealous again , thrashed the man of whom
ho was jealous , loft his wife for goodand
went to swindling again , ending in the
prison whore he now is and will for many
years remain. His wife came bat-k to.
him in his last scrape and tried to have
his punishment mitigated.
In dyspepsia and indigestion the use of
Dr. ,1. 11. McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial and Blood Purifier strengthens the
exhausted coats of the stomach , pro
motes a healthy llow of gastric juice ,
which is the solvent of the food and im
pels the organs which secrete it to per
form their functions vigorously and with
Miss Blanche llitzani , the widow of
Samuel Hazard , author of "Pen Pictures
ot Cuba , " is making a living for hert > clf
uid two boys by her art in painting on
ihina. Shu recently completed a whole
linner set for the wife of one of the for-
! ign ministers , and Mm now has half n
lozen orders from Washington for soty
of plate. Her homo is iu uermantown ,
Concha.'Broitiis's llronlchnl Troches"
are iiicd with advantage to ulloviote Coughs ,
ioro Throat , llorseness and Broniclml Atfec-
A new departure in the ways of women
is the formation of a tire brigade. Ac
cording to the London Fireman this has
peon done bv 1,000 girls employed in a
Liverpool cigar factory. They are well
officered and drilled , and at a recent
ze in the factory turned out ' 'to a
man" and did most effective work iu sub
duing the llumcs.
Decline of Man.
Mental or organic weakness , nervous
debility and kindred delicate diseases ,
liowover induced , speedily nnd perma
nently cured. For largo illustrated book
of particulars enclose 10 cents in stamps
nnd address World's Dispensary Medica
Association , 003 Alain street , BulI'alo.N .Y
Degaioff , who , it Is now supposed ,
planned Sunday's plot to assassinate the
: zar. was in the United States last fall ,
lie had the incredible audacity , after
making his escape from Siberia , to em
bark at Vladistock on the very man-of-
war which convoyed to San Francisco the
minister of the Russian' navy and Iho
governor of western Siberia.
LOST "I don't see where , I can't tell
when , I don't see how something of
Croat value to mo , and for the return of
which I shall bo truly thankful , viz. , a
good appetite , "
FOUND "Health and strength , pure
blood , an appetite like that of a wolf ,
regular digestion , all by takine that pop
ular and peculiar medicine , Hood's Sar-
Baparilla. I want everybody to try it
this season. " It is aold by all druggists.
One hundred doses ono dollar.
At a recent wedding in Now York the
bride were a dresa more than a century
old. It was made for her maternal great
grandmother in 1778 and worn at her
wedding , when Alexander Hamilton was
groomsman and General Washington
and his staff were present as guests. It
was worn for the second time by the
hrido's mother forty-five years ago.
MOST PERFICT MADE !
Nebraska National Bank
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Paid up Capital $280,000
Burpluk | 40,000
II. W. Yatw , Prcoldonf.
A. K. Tou/.alln , Vfro President.
W. II Sjl iighes , Cashier.
W. V. Morse , John'S. ' Collhu ,
U.W.Yatos , LowhS. Rood.
A. E. TouiaUn.
BANKING OFFICE :
THE IRON'BANK ,
Cor. 12th and Fiirnara Sts.
A General Banking Business Transacted ,
Bk's for Coal ,
The Union P clflo Hallway Company will re-
colvc lenilurn , up to mil Including April lutb ,
1887 , for 1W 0,0 ton * , moroar le , of best Iowa
lump conl , to bo delh orod ( . o. l > . crtrs at Coun
cil lilunc. Rt the rate of 12.500 ton" , more or loa ,
per month , delivery to commence April 161h ,
IttVT , find to nontlnuo tbcronflor , daily , ns ro-
nuirod by the railway company , for ono year ,
Cottl to bo of tbo boil quality , free from all 1m-
HirltJcn , RUbjcct lo Inspection at mines nnd
Union I'aclllo weights lit Council lllutN.
This company reserves the right to reject any
or nil bids.
Address J , J. Burns , Supply A iron t , Oinalin ,
Neb. O. M. CUMMINO ,
Ansl tant General .MimuBor.
Onmlm , Mnreli I'Sth , Itm. in'Jlul O-'J
liuls will bo closed April 10th , 16ST.
Warranted to nolthor break down or
roll up In wear.
3cn C noln vlthont KIBO ttimptd oa Insllt ef Corset ,
Trrttl liwlllf ity itMi jfriotMMrM iiUj.
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AmonK few ot the numerous points of su
periority enjoyed by the patrons or this rend
between Omaha Rtxl rhlongo , uro Its two trains
acinr of DAVCOACHUS. which are the finest
Unit bumin art and Inironulty can create. Its
1'ALAOESLKBl'lNGCAHS , which are models
of comfort and oleimnce. Its I'AUUMl nitAW.
1NO ItOUM CAMS , \mniirpiiBsod liy any , and Its
widely celebrated PALATIAL DININU OAKS
tlio equal nf which cannot bo found elsowhorn
At Council Bluffs the trains of the Union Pacific )
Ity. connect In Union Depot with those or tlie
ChlcBzo t Northwcatorn lly. In Cblcairo tlip
trulUH ofthia line mnko close connection with
those or all eastern lines.
For Detroit , Columbus , Indlnnnpolls , Cincin
nati. NlnaruFnllfl , Buffalo. IMttstnirtr.Toronto ,
Monti enl , llnston , Nuw Yortt , Philadelphia ,
Baltimore , Washington and all points in the
east , nsk for a ticket via thn
If you wish the ticst accommodation. All ticket
mrcnts Bell tkkate via this line.
H. HUaiHTO , E.P.WILSON.
Oon ! . Manager. Oonl. Poss'r Agent
Chicago , 111.
W. M. HAIICOCK , L n. DOI.LE8 ,
Wostoru ARont , City Pass'r Agent ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Chicago , Milwajte&Sl Paul R'j '
The Best Route from Omaha and
Conned lilnffs to
Two Trains Daily Between Omaha , Coun
Chicagt ) , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , CedarRapide ,
Rock Ibland , Freeport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Davenport ,
Elgin , Madison , Jancsvllle ,
Bcloit , Winona , La Crosse ,
And all other Important points Bast , Northeast
For through tickets call on the Ticket Agonl
ut 1401 Farnam lreotln ( Paxton hotel ) , or at
Union Puclflo Depot.
Pullman Sleepers and tbo finest Dining Cars
In the world are run on the main lines of the
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE & Br. PAUL UAU.WAY
nnd every attention If paid to pRfsengora by
courteous employes of the compauy.
K. MILLER , General Manager.
J , F. TUCKER , Assistant General Manager.
A. V. It CAitpENTjcit , General Paisonxor and
OEO. il. HcAFFOim. Assistant General Pas
eonger and Ticket Agent.
J. T.Cf.AHK. General Superintendent.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
Successors to Jno. G. Jacobs ,
Al tlio oldslaua 1407 Farnura st. Order *
bytclugraph solicited and promptly at
temleulo. Telephone No. 235.
Display at their warerooms , 1305 and 13O7 Farnarn Street ,
the largest assortment of Pianos and Organs to be found at
any establishment west of Chicago. The stock embraces the
highest class and medium grades , Including
XNVJt * * * * * BURDETT ,
ORGANS STANDARD ;
i l J-ti .
. .xK. . ur. . w
Prices , quality and durability considered , are placed at the
lowest living rates"for cash or time payments , while the long
established reputation of the house , coupled with their most
liberal Interpretation of the guarantee on their goods , affords
the purchaser an absolute safeguard against loss by possible
defects In materials and workmanship.
LYON & HEALY ,
1301 * 1307 FARNAM
Watche * . Diamond * , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Price * the lowest. Repairing a specially , Work warranted.
. Corner Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed Watchmaker for the Union
aci fie Railroad Company.
Beautiful Residence Lots
Also Business Lots
On the large innp of Omaha anil observe that Iho two niul one-halt inilo
bolt from the Omaha postoflice runs south o section 33 nnd through
the north end of South Omaha.
TAKE A STRING
And pencil , fhon get one of J.M.Wolfo & Go's maps of Omaha and South
Omttha combined ,
PUT TOUR FINGER
On the string at 13th and Farnain , Omaha's husincs center , nnd your
pencil on ho string at wherrt Hellenic street enters South Omaha from
A circle anil note wher < J
Is , and also thut many "Additions , " "Placed" and "Hills"'are far
This magic circle.
And think a minute what will make outside property increase in value ?
THE GROWTH OF OMAHA
Is all that will enhance the value of real estate other than ] at ] Soutb
Omaha. At the latter point we have three important factors to build UT
and make valuable the property :
First The growth of Omaha , which has and always will follow the
Second All the preat railroads center there , thus making it the best
manufacturing point of any in or near th < j city ,
THE IMMENSE STOCK YARDS INTERESTS
Dressed Beef Business
and Pork Packing Industry ,
Will make a town of themselves.
SEVERAL NEW PACKING HOUSES
Going up this year.
A Gigantic Beef Canning Establishment
To be put into operation at once ,
Away your day o grace when you do not get an interest in South Ouiuha
before a higher appraisement is made. The best locations are being talcou
Make your selections now :
Lots that sold for $300 in 1834 cannot now be bought for $3,000. ,
Over the railway track will make safe and splendid thoroughfares botwcon
this city and South Omaha.
A STREET CAR LINE
Will run to the Stock Yards this year. The minute it does lota will doa
ble in value , as this will afford quick and cheap transportation either by
Dummy , Cable or Horse Cars.
For further information , maps , price lists , and descriptive circular * ,
C. E. MAYNE ,
Agent for the South Omaha Land Company
N.W. Cor. 16th andHarney.
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