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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , APKIL 18 , 1887.
IT WAS QUEER EDUCATION.
How tbo Nebraska Univeraity Professors
Teach tbo Students Politics ,
SERIOUS CHARGES PREFERRED.
The Missouri Pnclllo Pushing Its
Btnto KxtoMHlonH Tlio Onttltol
Btnto llotiso Notes.
iFIIOJl THE IlKK'S UNCOt.X
The stutc orcan of the prohililtionists ,
published In this city , the New Republic ,
in its last i.ssuo comes out with serious
mid what seems to bo substantial charges
against the state university , for Its mod
dlosoino methods in politics and attempts
to hurd the students and vote them as a
few of the professors dictate. The state
university has been in politics so notori
ously in the matter of securing appropri
ations , and the chancellor has exhibited
himself as a lobbyist on so many occa
sions , that in the matter of fighting for
the old Hag incidentally and for an appro
prifition primarily , lias been no well
known in the state as to pass beyond cur
rent comment. The Now Republic , how
ever , in it.s expose , goes into local details
and .shows up in n way worthy of moro
than passing attention that the univcr-
Hity ia largely in city politics , and that
the hend of the institution is willing , if
not to openly assist , to close his eyes upon
Hellenics to turn the university vote into
channels to assist the president of the
board of regents in punishing a parti
cular political enemy. The prohibition
organ , under the heading , 'Politics in
the Nebraska University , " charges in
cllcet that on the eve of the late city elec
tion in Lincoln that two prominent mem
bers of the faculty of the state university ,
with the approval and cooperation of
Chancellor Manatt , called a private
meeting of the voting members of the
university for considering matters per
taining to the municipal contuat. tur-
thor it recites that tlio attempt was made
to pledge the student * to stand by the
action of the meeting , whatever it might
be , and that while heretofore many of
them had worked for the prohibition
ticket , that this time they wore to be
driven like members of a gravel train to
vote for the demoeratie nominee under
the disguised head of a citizens' ticket.
The New Republic comes out and names
Professor Harbor and Tutor Caldwell as
the two professors who manipulated the
caucus , nnd made Sawyer speeches to
the students , ami thus it is illustrated that
the state university , .supported by citi-
/ens of every shade of political opinion
in the state , is made a lever for designing
political professors to manipulate. An
other interesting investigation could bo
miido to find how many students re-
coivcd reduced rates on the rail
roads through the . certificate of
the steward of the university that they
lived at certain places in the state , and
then , seeing how ninny of these students
whoso homes were so remote from Lin
coln as to entitle them to reduced rail
road rates at vacation , voted and worked
for the democratic ticket through the
manipulations and influences of the resi
dent regent's political strikers in the uni
KXTKNDING TIIK MISSOURI 1'ACIKIC.
During tlio present season the Missouri
Pacific railroad will build westward from
Lincoln after its share in Nebraska pro
ducts in the active rivalry that exists nt
the present time between the corpora
tions in the conquest of territory. One
of the bills of the last session that was
closely watched nnd lobbied by Missouri
Pacilic people was the hill granting cor
porations the right of way over state
lands und prescribing the manner in
which title to the .sumo may bo acquired.
One of the prominent Missouri Pacilic
men of the state volunteered the inform
ation Unit if this bill was passed the Mis
souri Pacific would immediately cross
the state lands that Ho in a body to the
west of Lincoln nnd proceed on a now
line from the capital city. In the last
two weeks a corps of surveyors have boon
at work west of the city on this con
templated line , and a business aspect has
already been given the movement.
The St. Louis papers announce the
departure of Jay Gould over the lines of
the road in the Missouri Pacific corpora
tion , and the railway king will bo in
Lincoln the present week. 'Ihis is a trip
of inspection , and it is understood that
immediately following it the construc
tion plans of the company will bo formu
AT THESTATK HOUSE. .
One of the coming improvements at
.the state house that will bo appreciated by
the Lincoln populace will be the improve
ment * of the grounds of thecapitol build
ing These grounds are largo in area ,
high and dry , aud can bo made as beauti
ful as any in the land. At the last sua
sion of tlio legislature it was provided
that the money realized from the sale of
Btato lots should be used in the improve
ment nnd beautifying of these grounds
und in defraying the extra expense- in
curred in the change of .the
plans in finishing the capitol
building. It is thought that
the state lots to bo sold will at least realize
izo 1100.000 , and of thif sum one-fourth
will suffice to moot the extra expense on
the building , leaving the handsome sura
of f75,000 to use in beautifying and im
proving the grounds. In just what waj
the grounds will bo rejuvenated will real
i with the board of lands and buildings
' nud while it will probably not be raon
than commenced the present year , never
thulcss tbo work will be done within twc
years. Thou the desirable cousumma
tlou will bo reached of having the barrel
tract studded with cottonwoods , a thin ;
of beauty and a joy for many years.
Work u now actively resumed on thi
central pirt of the capitol building , am
will bo continued by the contracto
through the entire season. The buildim
will require nt least eighteen months
time before its tinal completion , but th
change from standing open to tli
weatner to progress is one that every on
George M. McConaughy , of Stronu
burg , ifles a complaint with the rullroiv
commissioners asking that the time o
running the passenger train through tlui
town be changed so that citizens can ge
their mail betoro it Is twenty-four hour
old , and also asking that the depot build
ing and platform bo repaired and in
The following nvvr notaries pnblig wi !
bo co'mmlsslonetl to-day : J. O. Wheoloi
Nonpareil. Hex llutto county ; K. Foaror
ruaha , G. C. Sherman , ( irottenburf
Uawsoii county ; 11. M. Vandcrbilt , Fail
tiold , Clay county ; E. T. Hodsou , Schuj
lor ; Jacob Robinson , Omaha ; L. L. Pot
tiold. nurnoll , Garliold county ; Cliarh
K. Pierce , PiiwnooCity ; C. W. Brun
mincer , Grand Island ; > E. W. Bcghto >
Holdroge ; Daniel Itinkerd , Dorsoy , Ho .
county ; F. W. Kipllngor , Ixxmils , Phelj
county S. U. Rood , Grant , Keith count ;
H. A. Hail , Nebraska City ; \V. D. Kmi
Minden , Kearney county ; F. M. Fillmor
KXTKNDIXO TIIK LINK.
It is understood that the present wee
will witness construction work cor
niouced upon the extension of the ion
tennth street railway line that will 1
extended the present season to the eta
penitentiary. This will moan a gre
donl pta boom to the handsome suburb ;
property on the south of Lincoln , and
is understood incidentally that a syndi
cate of uropcrty owners intend making of
Thirteenth street a paved boulevard south
of the city limits , and the most popular
street in the city. W. H. B. Stout , who
owns several hundred acres adjoining the
city In this direction , is one of the promo
ters in the enterprise.
The county romnihsloiiors have boon
considering the feasibility of securing
more and better accommodations for the
county olllccs and that they are sadly
needed none will gainsay. The present
rooms occupied by the county olliccs arc
dingy and crowded and the need of more
roomy quarters is dally moro apparent.
The commissioners have boon consider
ing the lease of the new Bohannon block
on Tenth street ; the location Is nearly as
good as the present and for comfort and
convenience there is no comparison in
the two places.
Messrs. N. C. Abbott , John B. Wright
and Sam 1) . Uox have recently purchased
a forty acre tract adjoining the town of
North Platte and they have platted it
into city lots. The firm are now seeking
a name for their now addition.
A public meeting is called for to-night
at the academy of music rooms in the
Capital National bank building. The
object of this meeting is to consider-
plan for advertising the city through the
east thai has been formulated by Messrs.
J. 1) . Calhouu and Sam I ) . Cpv. The
plan contemplates the publication of a
half million pamphlets advertising the
city and making a "judicious distribution
of them through all the eastern states.
The citvis now under the guardianship
of the now police force and under the in
struction * of the mayor none of them are
to touch that which intoxicates. Thus
far no one bas had the heart to coldly
give thorn away when their will is not
strong enough to refuse a friend.
The saloot the Cauital hotel leaves the
veteran hotel man , C. W. Kitchen , open
for some wide-awako city to secure. Mr ,
Kitchen has , it is understood , had flatter
ing inducements from one of the best
cities in Colorado to engage in business
there , but at present no plans for the fut
ure have been perfected.
The belt line surveyors are pushing
preliminary work and have already run
a line from West Lincoln to the asylum
and penitentiary , and are pushing eastward -
ward from tlio latter point. To say that
there is a furore for ten-acre tracts along
the Hue is stating it mildly , and before
the year ends there will bo enough land
platted for a city of half a million.
The board of the now Wesleyan Meth
odist university has advertised for bids
for the construction of the buildings , and
the plans complete are at , the ojnccof the
secretary. The time for receiving bids
is limited to the 1''th of May.
The Lincoln base Hall clttb has been in
active practice the past week , ready to
take tlio field at the opening of the league
season. A number of very successful
players have recently been signed , and
those who have watched the practice
games are confident that the Lincoln
club could have gone to DCS Moines and
returned homo with laurels.
Business in police court has been run
ning light recently , the most serious case
considered being "tlio sending Saturday
of a burly negro to the county jail to
serve out a sentences including a tine of
$50 and costs.
Po//.om's Complexion Powder pro !
iluccs a soft and beautiful .skin. It com
bines every clement of beauty and purity.
Sold by druggists.
Grant , lieechcr and
Evening Wiacousin : Within the past
iwo years the nation has lost three of it.s
most illustrious men its greatest soldier ,
its creates ! engineer and its greatest
Two of those men were born and reared
in tbo west. One was born at tlio east ,
but ho spent his youth and curly man
hood in the west , whore he received his
All were broad men , commensurate
with the vastness of the country with
which they wore born , and , we may say ,
all wore products of the great war , for
Bcocher'fl sermons at home , and his dis
courses in England during tlio war in
favor of the righteous action of the north
were as magnificent exhortations to
patriotism arm the inestimable value of
doing right , as were over uttered by
Beecher , in his Hold of influencing
public sentiment for the right , and in
persuading young men to volunteer for
their country , was scarcely loss powerful
than Grant on the Held of battle. His
thanksgiving sermon during that dread
ful period wcro models of intellectual
power , of eloquence , and of patriotism.
In truth , Beechor was ono of tlio greatest
of homo captains in carrying on the war
iSads.with his licet of quick-constructed
gunboats , was as potent as a great gen
eral in clearing the upper Mississippi of
rebel obstructions to the triumphant
passage of the Union armies to Vicksburg -
burg anrt Now Orleans. The nation may
justly mourn the loss of those three mcu ,
tor their like will never bo seen again.
And yet , fortunately , none ol them
wore cut oiruntil they had fulfilled their
mission and until their remarkable go-
niiu had been made so manifest that all
the world acknowledged their enemies.
Cuts , Wounds. Spralng and Bruises
quickly heal if you apply Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Where Quacks Flourish.
St. James Gazette : The Persians have
one never-failing subject of conversation ;
that subjrct is their Health. The pleas
ure of talking about the weather is de
nied to them ; for as olevcn months out ol
the twelve uro line in Persia , the subject
docs not present sufllciont variety. But
a Persian , to whatever class of society ha
mar belong , is never tired of talking
about his ailments , real or supposed. In
his eyes all Feringhls ( Europeans ) are
doctors , and the European doctor is the
very best of all. For many years al
Shiraz there lived an old Swede who had
walked into Persia in hu
youth. Ho know nothing ol
medicine on his arrival , but , fmd <
ing that the natives constantly solicited
his advice , he bought a few medical
books and literally acquired a cert air
amount of knowledge by carrying out tin
good old principle ot "Fiat oxpori
mcntum in corpore vili. " Happily tin
Hakim Sahib also believed in tlio "vi :
mcdicatrix nature. " As a rule his drum
wore harmless. "I have dilleront col
ored liquids , " said ho , "and as long a
there is broad and water to bo had I an
never at a loss for u pill. " The pills won
floured for the common people nn <
gilded for the rich. At seventy years o
ago Hakim Sahib died. Ho held the no
sition of physician to the forces of thi
province , and was deservedly respectei
by unlives und Europeans ,
POZZOXI'a SIEOICATEU COSIPLXIOhTOW
r- For infant's toilet is an indispensable ai
ry - ticlo , healing all excoriations immediate
yti Mothers should it th
ti y. use freely on
ties is harmless. Fo
es Utlo ones. It perfectly
esn ftlo by druggists.
Since the year 1400 there have boeuSS
serious earthquakes In Italy. The mos
g , disastrous on record occurred in th
o , years 1100 at the foot of MouutEtna , wit
15,000 victims ; 1450. in the Ncapolita
IS : provinces , 80,000 ; 1637 , in the province (
n , Puglla , 4.000 victims ; 1C38 , in Calabrli
0,000 victims ; 1093 , in Sicily , 03.000 vii
Urns ; 1703 , in Central Italy , 15,000 vii
ok Urns ; 1783 , in Calabria , 00,000 victim
11- 1857 , in Basilicata , 13,300 victims ; in 188
ir- in Ischla , 3,515.
ito Dr. M. L. Kuufmann. Chronic dlso
at ders of a delicate nature confidential !
an treated. Gents , room 10 ; ladies , 13 , Oil
it Fellow's Block. . . . .
EP1TAPI1S AND EULOGIES.
Scraping the Moss From Some Very An
cient Graveyard Stones-
MANY MILDEWY MEMORIALS.
Husbands' Tributes to Wives Do *
parted Old Maids Itomcnibercd
Paupers anil Hummers In
Ittiyinc Joy nnd Sorrow.
Time was when epitaphs were elabo
rate sermons , when eulogies to "God's
best gift" wore of many words ; but our
modern epitaphs have so diminished In
verbal volume that the fame of Ctesar's
brevity is in imminent danger. It is not
to be inferred at all that rough man
loves gentle woman less , but rather that
he has learned to crystalli/.e his senti
ments to lit the contracted space of mod
Just how soul-trying , how dilllcuU this
cou'dcn.sntiou , this boiling down as it
were , of the joyou.s reminiscences in the
life of a hen-pecked Pctruchio of his
mild-mannered Katlicnno's gentle cur
tain talks , so smoothly eloquent because
ot the omission of all commas , must evermore
more remain a matter of vague conjec
ture ; but certain it is that a cursory an
alysis readily extracts the heart wails
and tear-yielding grtet of a stricken one
like he who wrote :
Here lies niv poor wife , a slattcin and shrew ;
If 1 said 1 logruttcd her 1 should lie too.
Tlio poet who wrote ot woman that
The harmony of their tongues linth Into
lioudage bioudit my too diligent ear.
was truthful , but it romaiucd for one
John Voting , in his anguish , to give a
prosaic completion to the poet's express
ion , which ho did when he indited the
following epitaph :
Under tills stone , a lump of clay ,
Lies Ai.ibella Young.
Who on the 24th of May
Began to hold her tongue.
Again , sec the calm resignation of a bo-
reared husband of Cheshire , who , after
the date of her death , hud placed on his
wife's tombstone this touching epitaph :
Thuro was a treat calm.
Next in the lugubrious procession
comes a stricken Welshman , and in the
following epitaph to his "better halt'1
tolls of the sweetest spot on earth , and
why so dear :
This spot Is the sweetest I've sefiii In my life ,
For It raises my Mowers and covers my wife.
Imagine , if you can , the genuine grief
of a modern philosopher who cpitomi/.ed
his irreparable loss in this couplet.
Hero lies niv Xnutlnpe , let her lie :
Shu finds loposc at last and so do 1.
It is a libel on woman to charge that
she talks too much , but if .she is oonstir-
nblo for this , then man should share the
censure , because it is into his ready ear
that woman's unchained eloquence is
poured , but despite the injustice of the
accusation , some miscreant has opi-
graphed an inoffensive spinster in this
A talkative old maid ,
licnc.ith this Hllent tomb is laid ,
A noisy antiquated maid ,
\Viin \ , fuuii hercr.idlotall'cd till death ,
And ne'er buforo was out of breath.
And here is the pathetic story of the
sad taking off of poor Martha Snoll ;
Poor Maitlia Snell , her'.s i < one away ,
iler would it she could , but her couldn't
Herd two sore lefts nnd a b.idish cough.
lut bur leics it was Hint cnriied her oil.
Now follows the history of the departure -
parturo of a father and three daughters ,
the cpitapii being taken from the Chelt
Hero I lies with my tlirco daui'itors ,
All through drinking Cheltenham waters.
It wo had but stuck to Kiwom salts
We shouldn't have boon burled in these hero
Possibly the use of those waters would
have been of moro service in Groton ,
Mass. , where may be soon the following-
"Mrs. Ablgal Kcmlrlck , widow of C.iDt-un
Caleb Kendrlck , left her pleasant homo In
Newton and came to her daughter Dana's ,
In Groton , on abcount of ye civil war , nnd
September B. 1775 , aited 7(1 ( , was removed by
a dysentery to that pluco where ye wicked
cease from troubling and \\earyatoat
Possibly Dame Abagail was moro anx
ious to leave this sphere of suffering than
was she of whom the following epitaph
speaks in the churchyard at Kent , Eng
( ! ruu death took me without any warning ;
1 was well at nlghtand died at 10 In themoin-
Wituc.ss the calm resiguation of one
who lies at Painswich , Gloucestershire ,
.My time has cornel my days are spent ;
1 was called away and away I went.
A tombstone in the Isle of Wight has
inscribed upon it the touching story of
the apotheosis of Margaret Gwyn through
an unusual hatchway :
Hero lies the bones ot Margaret (5 ( wyn ,
She was so very pure within ,
She cracked her outer shell of sin
And hatched herself a seraphim.
The disconsolate widow of an English
landlord thus advertised the couiitinu-
ancc of the tavern business on an epitaph
of her lamented husband :
Here lies the landlord nt the Lion ,
He's burieu here In the hopes ofIon ;
Ills wife , resigned to heaven's will ,
Carries on the business stilt.
The evil that men do live after them , but
but the good Is Interred with their bones.
But the following epitaph tells of one
who took nothing good with his bones :
Here lies John Hill , a man of skill ,
Ills ago was five times ten ;
lie never did good , nor over would ,
Uad ho lived so long again.
And but tor this preserved epitaph
would have passed away "unhonoredand
unsung , " gene unrogrctted to his kin
dred dust , like poor Matthew Mtidd as
told in the following epitaph :
Hero lies Matthew Muud ,
Death did him no hurt ;
When alive he was mud ,
Now he's nothing but dirt.
Epitaphs are sometimes the vehicles ol
rejoicing , as given In the following on r
grave yard se\ton :
llunah ! my brave boys , let's rejoice In hi :
For If h'o had lived , ho had buried us all.
The same vein of exultation run1
through the epitaph of the sexton'i
silent partner , ouo iJr. Chard :
Hero lies the remains of Dr. Chard ,
Who filled this half of the graveyard.
How glad the people of Dundee mus
have boon to road the folding opitnpl
on their arbitrary provost :
Provost Peter Patersou was provost c
Provost Peter Paterson , here lies he.
Hallatujau ! llullalujah !
Stephen , a fiddler , now gene to tin
place to which all good fiddlers are sail
to go , and which Is reported full of them
kept for years , the country dance a-going
and kept good time with his feet ; but
30 alas ! coulu not evade his own tlruo whei
st it came , for his epitaph roads :
le Stephen md Time
Lla Are now but even ;
in Stephen beat time ,
of Now Time beats Stephen.
ofo The following epitaph carries with i
o- respect for the widow's anguish , and h
oo - who roads it in the cemetery whisper :
low lost it wake him from his sleep :
Sacred to the memory ot mr hnsbant
Passers , pray for his soul's repose ; but pra
not loud. 1U Is not dead , but bleopetli.
No matter what the degree of kinshii
15 or what the character of life's puriuil
no cluis can escape the epitaph , th
brother , the bummer , the pholographei
the prutpcr , or the w.oodninn , to cnch of
them is Kivon a partiui ; hot on.tlie tomb ,
' ' l
'I'ho brother :
Etectod to th memory ot
accident ! ) ' shot ,
as n mark of ntTectlon ,
by his brother.
Tlio bummer : i ,
lleio lie the remain ? of C.xleb lliimui ,
liy tiadc a bum.
When Caleb died '
Thodovll cih'd , , ; ' .
"Come , Caleb , comp.j'j
The photoprapliur : , .
Hero 1 lie , taklen flom life.
' " '
The pauper :
Here He t at the Ohancel door ;
Hero I Ho became I'm poor.
The further In the more to pay ;
Here lie t as waim as they ,
'llic * woodman
The lord saw mmd , 1 was lopping wood ,
And down tell Horn a tn-e ;
I met with a check and broke my neck ,
And w ) deatli lopped nil me.
HKAI < HHTATK.
Trnnsfoi-H Filed April 1O , 18H7.
KtUovJas O'Connor to Sophia H
llarton ; ! ! 13 by ! 0 It l glnnim ; at
n o cor of Hurt and Plensant St w
d 8 1.00000
Wm Gaslln Ir , to Maiy L ( Lulson ,
lot 10 blk 7 Meyen Kiehnidiit
Tlldonsadd w d 10000
Idalyn ( i Vates und husband to
Win Davis part ol south oait of .
lots 4,5. blk 0 Pail ; Place add w d 1'MO , 00
John T Hopkins to Lu Williams w
K except s li ft of lot' ) blk 0 ,
Limesiid ! add wd 7,30000
Wilson T Graham to E 3li' Wallace
lotC , hlk'J , CiiMon add. wd . . . . 1 ,300 DO
Adella M Mavnard ami husbind to
Joe Uookwrdter lot " Vales A :
Heeds sub dlv of lot 7 llnuans add
wd ( . ' " > 000
Otto Lobeck and wlto to Edwin d A
Holes lot U Hontleld , wd IK)0 ) 00
H A Willis to the publii ! plat of
Columbia Place , bein lot 19 of
Alfred I'orinan and wilu to John E
Klnir , lot n. hlk 'J , KaimunS sub
dlv of bile t. I lydc Pai k , w d . . . . 400 00
Jas A Hawluy and wiio to Mary A
Powell , lot 7 , blk ' . ' , Hant.com
Place , w d 4,50000 ,
L P Piuyn and \\ilo to Jiu-oh L
Kaliiy , lots : i. 4 , B , II , 13. W and 17 ,
bllx 1. Prtij irs sub dlv of blk 3 ,
HjdePark. w d 2,10000
Fred W Molelmcr and wile to J H
P.irrott. lot IS blk t. and Jot Ul ,
blk 8. MayneS add , w d 1,000 00
Doiu Kno'ster and husband to
Louisa C Walter. 10 acres In . " 0 ,
IGandl" . wd - " 0000
Win ( latllu. ir. , to John ( ialLiulu-r ,
lots ! > mid 10 , blk 10. Myers , Klch-
uidsand Tllder. ' add , w d 1WO ! 00
( leo W Loomis and wlte to Ell/a
J Hai her , lots 1) ) , 10 and-M. WU 'J.
LoomlV sub dlv of lot ' . > . ' . Tnttle's
snbdlv. w d l.MO 00
John Itc nlehek and wife to .line-
miah Keoeh , lot 7 blk 5 Arbor
Place w a if > 00
Hairy 8 Hounds and wlto to Her-
boit M lound ! . ttndiv M Int Inlets
lots 4. . " > , 0 , 7 , S 0 , blk SJeromo
P.\rk wd 1
ArthuiS Potter et alto It ( ' [ i\el.ind :
Hovtotal. lota'A" : . 4 , ft , lilk ! 5 lots
4 , 5 blk 0 lots 17 , IS blK ? lots ! ! , I.
5. 0 , blK'Jall In Potter i : Cobb's
2nd adil to So Oin w d 7,100
Aithur S Potter i-t al to John 11
Taylor , lots 0 , 7 , S blk :5 : , lots t'J , 'M
blk 7 , lot 7 blk 2-Potlor & Cobb's
'Jd add to South Omaha , wd 3,500
Oiiiiiha Land Co to Jos S Damien ,
lots ! i , 1 blk 84 , South Oliiaha , wd 62j
J h Damron to the Public Plat ol
D.imion's sub dlv of lotso blk l ,
J H HuiiL'ato , liustee. to Mnitln T
Mm pliy , lots iii , 24 blk , Uedtoul
Place , .wd.- : - . ; - . - , > . - . ; i f'00
Warren L Parks to Atieust Dolli' : <
aud b , awes in 21,15. I.I , wd 20,000
Then Ol.sen and wlto to , ias Vou- ,
Yot'lFwk'li'South Oiuiilia Pail.
add wd 33" > 00
Jas Voro and wile to Thee Olseu ,
lot in blk l Hummona place add
to South Omulu Wd fiOO 00
Augustus Konntzc anil wife to P S
Peterson , n1 lot Oblk 1 Kount/e's '
Fourth mid w d COO 00
Harriett S WlUon to Aithur C
Wiikelny. lot 17 hi is 5 Paddock
place w ( I ; 2,30000
Alex I ) Chailtonotal to Aithur C
Wakcly , lot 16 blk fi Paddock
Marv Mauaw and husband to Levi
M Dodd , lot land 3 blk I Paddock
place wd 9,00000
John P Flnlcy to Patrick HHani-
mon , lot 1'Jbmith's park w d 2 , [ > i3 00
Laura W Whittiesev to the public
pint of West Hill add com 4fli ft o
nnd : ; ; ! ft n of sw cor of seM. 4-14-
ifinl74.i : sw or > ( lc f > o mln to pt
on n line of Count ) road w fiom
Gee E liatker and wife to Marcus
L Panotte , lot 18 blk ! sub dlv of
John I Ucdlck's , add w d a.MO
Theo P Cramer to Win J 0 P Cram-
or , lot 5 blk 10 , Meyers Klchards
and ITlldensadd. wd 750
Nathan Sheilon and wllo to Gee U
IJutlln , lot in blk 1 Windsor toire-
ace , w d -MOO
Sam'l D Mercer and wile to John
W Fend , lots lit , 14,10 , blk 10 Wal
nut hill , wd 1,000
Sam'l K llojreM and Wile to Matie
Nebtrovil. sf lot 4 btk W , impiov-
asuo , ndd w d 000
Henry Ambler , otal. to John A Hry-
ans. 100x121) ) ft In blk 4 , Ambler
place , wd - . -1"0
Fied W Knlin and wile to Klma L
Jaynes , n : It ot lot 8 blk 7 , Om
w d 3,100
A E Tonzilin and wlto to Jesse
llozcrs , lot 1 blk 1 , Hillside add
No. 2 , wd 10,03
A E Toiizalln and wife to Curtis
Gouldlnif , lot 3 , blk 1 , Hillside ad-
Ultlon No. 3 , W D 1,60000
Aithur S Potter et al to Cassus O
Jackson. lots -"J. 'A 24. block 7.
Potter & Cobb's 2nd aodltlon to S
Omaha. W D 1,700 00
Dennis Cartolt to Gee Parsell , lots
11 and K 15 feet of lot 10 , blk 10 ,
Shlnn's addition , WD 3.00000
Gottlelb V Ticisorand wllo to Fred
erick V Trolser , N } i Sw K 27-10-
11 , W D 100
Gottleib F Trelser and wife to Wil-
helm Trelhcr , S X Swi 27-10-11 ,
Lew W IlVli to John A Lawiunco ,
lot 4 , blk 14 , Omaha View. W D. . 1,200 00
Hovelly B Deems to John L Carson ,
lots : i and 4 , blk 17 , lledlord place ,
\V D. . . . . . . . 1.400 00
Orion lived ct al to Leo II Ostler ,
80 acres In 8-10-11. W D 1.1400 ( XJ
lialthas Jctter and wife to Louisa
Staddard lot 14 blk 0 Jotter's
tjinuuti i u , in * T , UK * > ' , uuiti * o
add South Omaha , wd.M . t.CO.i 0(1 (
Je < sio M Lewis nnil wife , tq .Incot )
MoitPiison , lot 15 , bllr 'J. ' Arm-
stroiiK's 1st add wd..l.W : . 7.BOO 00
Edward Oostorrplohcr to .lamei S
I.ovott cl al , lots IS nu < ) 1'J , I'll :
44S. ( Irandvlesv. w d..r , . COO Ot
City of Omnlia to John UhrbtoiihiT-
3 son , 15-lxOfl tt beginning ) nl s\v
cor of lot 4. blk ! 24i ( , Omaha , tie . . 17J 21
S E Wallace and husbaiidi'to Wil
son T ( iuliniii , lots tl add 13. blk
8 , Walnut I1III , w d. .v..i . 'J.OOO ( X
Ficdcrtck Dcllono and wllVto Wil
son T ( iralmm , lots 1 mull' , blk : i ,
Kied Dellono's adil , w df . . 1,50 ! ) ( X
Clias W WHllstrom and ! wife to
Henry L Chamberlain , lot. 15 , blk
0. Kllhy pUcft , wd . i ivv" ' " 1 Ql
ugustus KoutiUe amU-wito to
Itobert F Morton , n JJnj2jft 6f 3 8d
of lot 8 , blk , KounUe'silh add
wd vi fx3'J ' 0
Moses 8 Jalfo and wife to'Sarah C
linlaine , n 45 feet of w K of lot
' "J. Kedlek's 2d add. w d. U.OOO 0
Itobert P Hamilton to Robert P Ho--
worth , w Oil feet of lot 21 , ) , blk
to. Kindt's 3d add , wd 4rx)0 ) 0
K K French and wife to Harry M
.Sampson , lot U blk 10 , Central
Park. w < l 700 0
City of Omaha to Ueo K Thompson ,
lot ! 15 , Nelson's add. q c. . . . : . . . . ! B 0
Casper K Yost and wife to Cho-s V
Goodman , lota blk 451 , lot W blk
4SO , lot 5 blk 4SC , Orandview add ,
q o 1000
Ucorgo C Hobbl * et al to Martin
10 Quick lots blk480 OrandTlow
10s , , , ,
s q o 20 C
Frederick Ulllo et al to Martin
* Quick , lot D , blk 4SO , Qnuidvlow ,
iy qc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . IMO
Jts I , Lovett qt al to Martin Quick ,
undlv K of lot 20 , blk 4UO. ( Traod-
vlew , < | o. . ' . 200 C
Lflwla 8 Heed and wito to Martin
Quick , lots 0. 8 aud 13 , block 470 ,
, , Urarid\lew ; wo , . , . , . . . ; 615 (
Maitln Quick and wife to Charles
K ( lOoumau. lots 0,8 and 1.1 , blk
70 ; lota 5.0,7,14 , so and 13 , blk
4S ) . ( Irnndvlow ; wd 2,700 30
Prank T Murphy to ( Joe K Thomp
son , lot 65 , Nelson's add ; < ic 1 00
Charles L ( Irobcckeret al to Atiinut
Weiss , lot 15 , blk 8 , Walnut 11111
add ; wd 70000
Tiled April 15.
Thco OUen et al to Nells A Mynvlst ,
lots VJ and 13 hlk 1 , Hammond 1'lnco
add to South Omaha , w d 1,000
llnttlo A Allen and liutb.ind to l.ucy
E Hlackman. lots 12 and 13 blk 17 ,
lliiiucom Place , wd 0,000
M T Patrick nnd wllo to ( ! oo K I'anl ,
south 80 lent of loH 7 and 8 blk 8 , Pa-
trlck'4 Second add , w d 1,800
William i , McUascue to Charles
Kltcliie , lot 19 blk J , Dsiibe's add ,
w d. . . . 3,000
John W ( iilftlth trustee to Mrs Cot a A
Hellion , lots 4 , 5 and 0 blk I' , Dukor
Placoadd , w d 1,400
Edward V Lewis to Mary E Van
Sfoten et al. hit 5 In Van Cami > &
Eddy's subdivision of blk "M , "
Shlnn's Second add. w d 1,000
Henry Maluhin and wife to Mimilo M
Gller , lot 7 blk 3 , Arbor Place ,
w d. . 1,125
William ( Saslln | r to ( Seoreo W Will-
lams , lot t ) blk 7 , Meyers , Ulchards < t
Tllden's add , wd WO
John I'Slmpklnsaiiil toAllcoM
Harmon , lota 1 and - blk 3 , Golden ,
Daniel 1J Fuller to Win Vmnin ! jr. nn
divided y int In lot 4 blk 1 , J 1 lied-
( ! eo W Masson and wife to GcoT Xini
mur , 1 act'j In U-14-1 ! ) , w d 3,500
Phillip Brailv to A. J Qvlstgnrd , lot
10 blk 'J. Patrick's add , w d ' . ' ,000
Michael Dillon et al to Mary K Hums ,
lot U blk 4 , ' 1 liornVmrc tilat'ti , w d. . . 575
J M Kat/malcr to Clias A Locke , lots 5
and 0 , Donnecken's add to Walnut
Hill. wd.r. 800
NoN boicnson and wlfn to Mia. Elma
L JayniH , s 'Jl leet of lot 1 blk 8 , w d 3,000
Wm ( ' Chambeit and wltn to ( ! eo H
Clulstle , ia : feet of sub lot 3 of lot
M , Capitol add , w d 10,400
Albeit S Itlllli- ) ! ! and wile to Frank
Koseiiberry , lot to and s Hi feet of
lot 11 , blk : ! Mibdlv of John 1 Uedlck
mld.wd 3.i > 3r )
1'atrick ,1 Kane to Sarah A Sullivan ,
loll blk 1 , llitiisooin itlace. wd 2,400
Jas C Itretinan and wllo to Simon Lch
man , w 'M tect of lot S blk l.Vi , w d. . . 0,000
Wm ( i Aibilnht and wllo to Henry D
Ulioades , lot W , Windsor place , w d 3,000
Alice ( t'Donahots ot al to Nannie C
liiown , lot" , I'nlon Sqiiaie. wd. . . . 2,500
Otto l.obocl ; ut nl to Koaalle liiaili , n
w ftct ot lot i blk : . ' . yo.i ! i feet bo-
glnnlitK at no coi ot lot 1 hlk W. , w d 7,800
Krastns It UeiiMin and wile to Mrs
Libbie Holland , lot 2i blk 4 , Urli'trs
place , wd l.OUO
John A HoilMch and wlto to Patrick
11 Hammon , To140 leet commencing
at no cor Horbat-h's Keseivo on w
line ot 10th st which is n or sec line
through 15-15-in , w d 1,250
Prepared with strict regard to Put Itv , Strength , an&
Honltljfulnciu. IJr. rrico'o UaVlng Powder contains
DoAmmonIaUmoAlnmorrhosi > liaio3.I > r.Prico'a
liiUHcta , YaaUIO ) Lomoa , etc. , aavofdeUclously.
CHICH ESTER'S ENGLISH. "
The Origlni ) ! nnrt Only Genuine.
fc n4 lw jl Bell bli. B it of worthlcMlmtUttiial.
IiHtiinonitbta lo LAOIE6. A k I ° "r I rueri t "
Chl lie l r' Enell.h * ! U * > < > > . or " ! "
( il > mp. ) to ut for | 5rli. Ur ( n Itlhr bj re I lira mall. .
< hloliMtur Chcitrirnl Vo.
NAME , , , . , . , Pa.
old by lru .1 l ciTFrrohtrn. Jtik for "OkfcktC
' l > k" PluBr '
Soldier's Home !
m H&n ' " *
560 Acres of Land , Cornering
with Soidier's ' Home ,
One-half Mile West of Grand
One-half inilo wst of additions soiling
$250 ior ) acre will bo sold for $50 per
ncrc , Over 200 acres under cultivation
Tlio whole lylngrnioo for building pnr-
poses ; IIOHSPH , burns and foucoa on the
place as veil as three flno groves , The
street railway will run within one-hall
mill. Will sell as u whole or in part.
The above will bo solo to satisfy condi
tions of a trust fund.
A. B. PERKINS ,
Grand Inland , Neb.
GOLD HEDAIn PAKI8,1878 ,
Warranted absolutely pttra
Cocoa , from which tbocicpsnof
Oil tun teen remote * ! . Itba Mr <
limei the ttrtngth of Cocoa mixed
with Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
and \i \ therefore far more ccoooml-
c l , coitlnj tin than one cent a
cup. It la delicious , nourishing
ntreng'liculng , entity digested , nod
admirably adapted for Invalids H
well lu fur pcrHona In lu-altb.
Sold It ] Uroctr.i ettrjnhero.
& CO , , Dorcliesier , Mass ,
'BONED WITH KABO.
Tlio ONLY COnHRT ru de 'that ' c n be Ttorn *
ST Hi purchnor oft r Til K KB WfEK'l
In erarr re < p el , and lit price refunrtol br telltl
Uida In rirtUr et Uj\t \ and prle i. Sold br flri <
3t rteilurt ererTwh r . naif ar * nf wonhlMi IIB
latlon * . Nonogunulno without U H namuoo bOJ
CHICAGO CORSET CO. ,
102 FRANKLIN tTMIITi OHIOAQO
CJ 0) 4 . IS
O s w '
& sy Si
o 11 , ssJ
w o , . t * PI - s c "
rO p.a2SKat ! t-o-B = oem
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m ) : jjtnajintnbt't'b'fr' '
0 . i
HW . rf 2- . . . jf '
s rf 533" S g 6I1 | s. g
i.'i 6 5 " WUM& U3
Lawrence Ostrom & Co.
FAMOUS "BELLE OF BOURBON. "
Is Death to
Malaria , Sleeplessness ,
Chllla and Favors Or Insomnia , and ,
Typhoid Feyor , Dissimulation ,
Indlgoatlon , Of Food , '
Dyspepsia , Ten Ycar-lOia ,
Quivical Fevers Mo Fusel 0)1 ) ,
Blood f olaoulng Absolutely Para ,
The GREAT APPETIZER
This will certify that I have examined the Belle of Bourbon Whisky , received from
Lawrence Ostrum & Co. , and found the same to be perfectly tree from Fusel Oil and
other deleterious substances and strictly pure I cheerfully recommend the tame for
Family use and Medicinal purposes.
J. P. BARNUM , M. D. , Analytical Chemist , Louisville , K/ .
For sale by druggists , wine merchants and grocers every where. Price $1.95 per bottta
If not found at the above , half-dpz. bottles in plain boxes will be sent to tmy address
in the United States on the receipt of six dollars. Express paid to all places east of
LAWRENCE OSTROM & Co. Louisville , Ky
Wholesale and Distributing Agents ,
niCUAKDSON DRUG CO. , and )
KILEY JE > DILLON , Wholesale Liquor Dealer * , \ Omaha.
Familiesaunnliedbn OLADH2ONJS UROS. CCU , Omahtt ,
If. T. CLARK DRUG CO. ,
MEATS ROASTED IN THEIR OWN
JUICES , BY USING THE
WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR
FOUND EXCLUSIVELY ON TUB
Then ti not cooking pparatu mala nitai th
Solid Ovsn Door , butth > tth io lnwelghtot Detttl *
from twtbtr-fit * to fortr per c nt. ot th BMtt MMtod ,
lo other wordd , rib of bf , Htlghlnc tea poanat it
roMte * dlam.to tnll-doM will low thra * pound * .
The Mm * rocwtod in the Charter Oak
Xanare uslnjr tha Win Oauxa Ov n Boor
IOM > about ono pound.
To ( How meat to ( brink U to IOM Urg * portion ol
! U JuleM and fllror. lh flbnM donot p r U , and
I n IllVITtAUD ClUIIUM MO PlIM USIt. it tooomM touch. tMUlMiud
OHAXTEB OAK ITOTE3 and BAKOES are BOLD IN NEBBASKA at follows :
MILTON ROGERS & SONS OMAHA. TANNELL ft RWEKNEV FAIRBURY.
P. KENNEY. . GO DO.I. GKT1-LE& FAGEK PKANKIIN ,
DALLAS * I.ETSON , HASTINGS. N. J. IOHNSON , . . . . NORTH BKNP.
E.C. BREWKR. . . IUV SrSINGS. J.f. McCAFFKKTY , O'NEiu. CITY.
II. AIRU ft CO NEBIIASKA CITY. U. HAZLRWOOD OICBOLA.
W. V. TEMPLK1ON. NULSON. J. S. DUKK PtATTSMouru.
J. B. STURDF.VANT & SON , ATKINSON. A. PEARSON , STFRLINC.
J.KAHS&CO CIIAOPOM. 1O. GRERN SrnmistunG.
KKAUSR , I.UBKKK& WELCH Coiuuaut. J.A. PAUDKN ft SON. Sl'mmon. '
OLDS BROS EDC.AR. TIMMERHAN & TKAKEK VBKDON.
Display at their warerooma , 13O5 and ISO ? Farnam 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
, . % j >
i- * it ,
ORGANS STANDARD ,
i lV r-H %
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 ,
IM0 * 107 FARNAMT tMT <
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