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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , MAI la 1887.-TWELYE PAGES. 5
THE WESIEYAN UNIVERSITY ,
\7cxk to bo Oommoncad on tba Building in
a Few Days.
AFTER PARDON FOR BRADSHAW.
The County Suporlntcnrtcnt' Conven
tion Adjunrnn Notcn From llio
Htnlc HIIHHO Ijlncoln'H New Itatt
J'lnyers Capital Oily News.
ITUOM THF. HKF.'S i.iKror.x
In a very abort tltuo tlio oitizcns of
Lincoln will liavo the HatUfuction of see
ing work conunoncod on \Vcsleyan
University recently located in tills city.
The cost of the main building will be an
oven foO.OOO. The architects of tlio build
ing , Messrs. ( Jibbs & 1'arker , of Kansas
City , are under bonds to complete the
building for tnis amount and turn it over
to the board ready for occupancy. At
the last meeting of the board of trustees ,
Dr. Maxliuld , Dr. Crelghtoii , Dr. Miller ,
N. R. 1'ersingur , J. J. ImliolY and G. A.
Atkinson were appointed n building com-
inittee to have charge of the work and
aho to sell lots sutlicient for University
Place to pay the $50,000 to the contrac
tors. The total appraised value of lots in
the place is fJTG.OUO , all except the cost
of the building being reserved as a per
manent endowment fund.
ASKING A PARDON.
Yesterday forenoon Attor ncys L. C.
Burr and G. M. Lambcrtson were in con
sultation with the governor presenting
for his consideration the Bradshaw case
in which they are seeking a pardon for
their client from the penitentiary , brad-
shaw's case is familiar to many in the
fttato , and is one of the number of cir
cumstantial evidence murder cases that
have come from ( Jago county. His crime
was the murder of a man named Voor-
hoes and his conviction was some four
years ujro before Judge Davidson. He is
a life prisoner , but his attorneys claim
that testimony has been discovered that
enters as evidence toward an alibi , and a
pardon is asked of the governor. A
Himilar action was had betore Governor
Daxvi-s and was unsuccessful.
CONVENTION OK COUNTl" bUl'KUINTUN-
The convention of superintendents ad
journed Friday evening , after passing the
afternoon in discussing the manual of
work for the summer institutes. The
plan of tliis wotk is to gain uniformity in
all institutes and through such sources
in thu mode of instruction in all district
.schools in the slate. The list of superin
tendents who took part in the Lincoln
meeting was not as largo as at the Hast
ings and Norfolk meetings. The follow
ing wore in attendance here : E. S.
Franklin , York ; O. Dooley. Saunders ; S.
C. liond , Sarpy ; J. D. French , Saline ; J.
C. Hahe.l'olk ; William Vallentine , Otoo ;
J. L. Melvin , Ncmalia ; Frank McUlusky ,
Lancaster ; M. Spink , Cass ; \V. D. Camp-
ton. Johnson ; T. J. Stoetzcl , Grceloy ; M.
D. llorhum , Gage.
AT TIIK STATE HOUSE.
The Syndicate Insurance company of
Minneapolis , Minn. , has applied for ad
mission to transact business in Nebraska.
The FJromcns Insurance company , of
Jay ton , O. , has complied with the state
laws and been admitted to transact busi
ness in Nebraska.
The board of public lands and build
ings has gone to Hastings to view the
proposed location for the new hospital for
the incurable insane.
Sheriff C. II. Brown , of Marian county ,
was in the city yesterday , coming to
bring an insane patient to the asylum.
County Clerk Charles Chi tin , of Howard
county , was in Lincoln yesterday on
Articles of incorporation of the Coy-
ington , South Sioux City & Dakota City
street railway were tiled with the secre
tary of state jesterday. The capital
stock is iixed at f 150,000 , in shares of $100
each , and can bo inoreased at any time
bv a two-thirds vote of the stockholders.
The business of the organization is sot
forth to be the building and operating of
n street railway linn between the above
named places , and the existence of the
corporation is to be for ninety-nine years.
The amount of indebtedness is limited to
1100,000 , and the affairs are to be con
ducted by a board of four directors. D.
K. Jones , E. B. Wilbur , J. W. Moan and
Frank Hunt are the incorporates.
THE LINCOLN CLUB.
Under the vigorous ' financial policy
pursued by some of the capitalists who
are members of the Lincoln Base Ball As
sociation , the city is securing , if it has
not already secured , a winning nine for
the campaign. Bcarcoly.one of the orig
inal club as signed remains , and the
wires have boon kept hot for twontj
days securing the best the land aflbrdcc
at nig figures in the salary line and foi
releases. With an experienced league
player as captain , ana a list of playon
made up of a majority of league and as
sociation players , Lincoln expects to hau
in the pennant. The last two player :
signed are Hall , of last year's Leaven
worths , ami \vhocomesdiroctfron
the Cleveland association club.
OAK HILL AUDITION.
One of the best and most desirable ad
ditions to the city of Lincoln will be sole
at public auction on the 18th ( Wedneseay
and thu highest bidder gets the unques
tionable bargains. This addition lie
north and west of the city , adjoining tin
stock yards and West Lincoln pron
erty , and is the highest and most attrau
tivo tract of ground adjoining the cltv
Its present worth and possibilities for tin
future in this growing city are mimics
tioned. and the man who invests little o
much In this tract puts the rash tlirectl ;
in his pocket. It does not need to b
Been twice to bo appreciated. Single lot
and blocks , live acre tracts , two acr
tracts , or ten acre tracts can bo bought a
the sale , just as the purchaser may dc
sire. The new motor line will run dl
rectly alongside this Oak Hill addition.
A1IOUT TUB C1TV.
The now electric light company mentioned
tionod as being formed in Lincoln will , i
is stated , be fully agreed upon in thoverj
near future and will revolutionize th
prices in lights for business houses ii
this city. It is claimed the nowcompan.
will furnish lights at one-third the proseu
The now Commercial National bank
with a capital stock of $100,000 , has beei
fully organized and will be opened fo
business as soon as the proper locatloi
in the line of a room can bo secured
Hon. John B. Wright Is the president o
the now bank , amlJ. II. McClay cashlei
with a board of directors of prominen
business men and capitalists.
A Union Pacific engine at work in th
yards struck a side traek whore the grad
had boon badly soaked up and washoi
out. As .1 result a force of men wer
html at work yesterday rescuing th
locomotive from the ditch , where it la
on Us side.
The Mayor and members of the cour
ell returned yesterday from Kansas Citj
where they journeyed to investigate th
question of paving material. It is state
that a number of the council are wan
in praise of cedar blocks as a result t
J. F. Mimics , of the force of , clerks 1
J. 11. Hurley's drug store , in lifting
heavy case of paint , crushed his wrist i
a way to make a decidedly pamd
wound and lay him up for HOIUO timn.
The gentleman who is arranging fn
and who will manage the live-hour go-a :
you-plcasn | > edustrian match in this eit
is preparing all arrangements for a gru.
entertainment. In addition to Da
O'Lcary and the lasser light * secured ,
b announced that Hart will also I
one of the contestants for prizes.
The foundation vrork is completed fc
the now First Baptist Church on the cor
ner of K and Fourteenth , that when com
pleted will bo one of the handsomest of
all church odillcea In the citv.
Minnie Maddern , the accomplished
actress , is at Funko's opera house Mon
day evening on her return trip from the
Hon.V. . L. Green , a prominent lawyer
of Kearney and a'democratic ! politician ,
will locate for practice in Lincoln.
IIOTKt , AltltlVAl.3.
J. 11. Hushton , Fairmont ; C. Dunn ,
Staplehurst ; J. N. F.dwards , I ) . B.
Palmer , Howard ; C. K. Squires. Oniiha ;
John H. Tidball , Crete ; C. C. McKnight
Hastings ; John Jensen , Geneva ; C. S. ,
Punllohl , Fremont ; Jesse Uichanls , Beatrice -
trice : il. J. M. Jones. J. H. Warner ,
Omaha ; K. K. McCorklo. Beatrice ; J. F.
Parkins , Weeping Water ; H. T. Clark ,
Omaha ; E. A. Kelley , Norfolk ; JohnT.
Lupton , Louisville ; A. 8. Claybun ; .
Havenna , were among the Nobraskaiis
in Lincoln yesterday.
The SlcCilbney Family closed tholr en
gagement last ninht to a moderate audience.
At the nintlnca a laren number of women
and children were present , who seemed to
enjoy the performance luuely.
MIN.NIi : MADDKIt.V.
The appearance of Miss .Minnie Maddern
anil her excellent company nt Lloyd's opera
house , on Wednesday and Thursday even-
lnis , will be the welcomeeVontot thoseason.
Since tier Inst appearance she has achieved
thu most unprecedented success at San
Francisco and the P.icllic slope of any
female star who has appeared In the city of
critics In years. She is Indeed the drama
tic satellite who moves In a "sphere ontliely
her own" created bv hersulf. She has bafllud
the critics of the land as to her proper
Identity , to such a deu'ico that the latest con
clusion of the entire press combined In term
ing her the most artistically equipped actiess
on the American sla o. Her support Is as
.strong and perfect as upon her last nppear-
anro. On Wednesday evening MIssMadtlern
will Rive the inltlateiy production in America
of a now and original comedy adapted from
thu German by Louis Koch , entitled "Miss
liobcccn , or a Matter of Business , " a con
struction entirely new to thu staixe. Thurs
day evening Mfsb Maddern will present toi
the occasion of Manager Thomas K. Lloyd's
benefit her charmlm ; play of "Caprice. "
DAM'I , SULLY.
A now star to Omaha theater-goers coinns
at Boyd's opera IIOIHO Friday and Saturday
evenings of next week In the person of lanrl
.Sully , an Irish comedian , who lias "won his
spurs" In'the cast and Is considered one of
the best comedians of the present nee. He Is
thoroughly legitimate In his methods and Is
one of the fov actors \\lio possess the power
of nitlck transition from tun to pathos. Mr.
Sully brings with him to Omaha the same
company that has aided him during the entire -
tire season , lie also brings the expensive
Brooklyn bridge set , a scenic feature that has
created much enthusiasm wherever seen.
This set Is shown In Mr. Kully's now play ,
"Daddy Nolan , " which will be scon Friday
evening and Saturday matinee. It presents
an exact miniature 01 the great bridge : cars
cross and rccrossthn structure and the towers
of the bridge are lighted by elcctiic lights , a
battery tor pioduclnc which is carried by Mr.
Sully. Saturday evening the funniest of all
funny plays , ' "Ihe Corner Gro
cery , will bo given its only
production In this city. This is the
comedy that has a record of 2V4 productions
In New York city , and it Is Mr. Sully's boast
that It has never yet been played to losing
business. Master iMalvey , the boy come
dian , who has been with .Mr. Sully ever since
the beginning of his career as a star , Is ac
knowledged to bo the best boy comedian
on the stage. It Is fair to presume that
crowded houses will witness Mr. Sully's per
8. I * MOUSE Jt DO.
Enormona Hale of I'arasola. At a
To-morrow morning wo make an ex
tensive sale of Sunshades and Parasols
bought at half price from the forced sale
of James Blackloy & Co. , one of the
largest manufacturers of fine suhshades
anu parasols in the country. Tomorrow
we commence the sale. Although our
purchase was generous , we would ask
you to come early , as the values wo will
ofl'er must cause an unprecentcd rush
for timm. FOR MONDAY WE MAKE
Lot 1 Consists of 250 children's !
Parasols , all tine quality , I ngQ
such as have sola from \ ! ,
$1.50 to $2.00. This lot >
wo have marked 08o each. ,
Lot 2 Consists of 75 Satin Foul- ]
lard Parasols in Tan
Shades only , natural $1.58
wood handles and Ivory each.
tips. This lot we have
marked at $1.58.
Lot 3 Consists of 100 Pongee
Silt Parasols , 8 ribs , natural
ural wood handles
, ivory each.
tips. Price during this
Lot 4 Consists of 250 Ladie ?
Coaching Parasols , Sunshades - , $2.98
shades , etc. , many of
them being good value each.
at $5.00 ; All at $3.03 tor
this dny only.
Lot 5 Consists of Fine Parasols
only sola all over the
country at from $10.00 to $7.50
$15.00 ; the quantity is lim each.
limited. While they last
our price will bo $7.50.
These prices hold good for to-morrow
S. P. MORSE & CO.
A Dard to the Knlgbu of Imuor.
OMAHA , May 14th , 1887.-Section 1 ,
Art. VII , of the Constitution and laws of
the Knights of Labor , says :
"JNo strike shall bo entered into or
antnorized until every possible eflbrt has
been made to .settle the dillieulty , by ar
bitration. " Now , while claiming to act
under a charter of Knights of Labor , but
wholly disregarding and in opposition
to the above section , the Painters and
Paper Hangers have inaugurated a strike
without having made thu slightest at
tempt to get the matter settled by arbit
ration'but on the contrary , have steadi <
ly refused the proposition wo made them
to arbitrate the ditllculty , which proposi
tion was published in the Daily Papers of
May 1th , and given to their committee
the evening before. Will you sustain
your coiiHtitution and laws and the prin
ciple of arbitration for which you sc
strenuously contend , or will you sustain
the striking Painters and Paper Hangers )
Yon cannot do both. Respectfully , II.
Lehman T. J. Beard & Bro , Henry A. Kov
ters , P.Windhoim. Mergoll & Rosonzweig ,
Heard & Otij , A. M. Clark.V. . F. Clarlc ,
E. G. Ityloy , Gluts. J. Johnson , Collins
Jordan , Chas. G. Hunt.
A Singular Literary Coincidence.
Pall Mall Gazette : Wo hoar so much in
these days of literary coincidences , re
semblances and plagiarisms , that when
Mr. Irving produces Watt Phillip's
"Dead Heart" at the lyceum the vorj
striking similarity between the closinR
scone and the last pages of Dickcn'd
"Tale of Two Citlt ' ' is certain to bo re
marked. In each is presented a man
who , in the very hopelessness of his love ,
substitutes himself on the guillotine dur
ing during the terror for one sentenced
by the revolutionary tribunal ; and the
interest culminates in both with the
counting of the numbers of the con
But the coincidence is the more marked
because of thu .similarity of thu ( fates al
which the drama an I tin ) uovul awlight ,
"Tho Dead Heart" was produced at the
Adelphi on Thursday , thu Will of Novem
bor , 18. ' ) ! ) ; the number nf All tin ) Yoai
Round which contained lint last chapUsr :
of "A Tale of Two Cities" bears the dau
of Saturday , tlio 2tith of November , 18JU ,
From the circuniitanca.s of publication , i ;
for no other reason , it is practically im
possible for Dickens to have copied fron
Phillips ; from those of stage production
it is apparently as impossible for Phillip :
to bavin copied from Dickens.
BENNISON BROS , MONDAY ,
A Week of Terror on Prloas at 1519 and
1521 Douglas ,
Wo Have Altogether too Many Ooods ,
and are Very Much Crowded
I'or lloom The Goods
Monday only Ono case genuine
Scotch Zephyr 'Giulianis in plaids and
stripes , cost 17c to import , ou sale Mou-
day at lOc per yard.
Ono thousand Children's Straw Hals ,
already trimmed , -I'Jc ' each , worth Too to
$1. Wo will close out all of these hats
londay at prices quoted , 19c.
Five hundred genuine Mexican Ham-
nocks , $1 each.
Three hundred Baby Hammocks , in
ancy colors , G'Je ' cacli.
Three hundred Children's Hammocks
n fancy colors , 7io ! each.
Monday only Ono hundred Children's
'arasols , all colors , lOc , worth ; ) " > o.
Monday only Ono case Lace Buntings
ill new summer shades , 13 yards for 4 ! > c.
S'ot more than 12 yards sold to any one
Just ten pieces more of these cleeant
Summer Silks ou sale Monday at 35c per
Five pieces Black Gros Grain Silk at
5o per yard , worth $1.35 , has no equal.
Fifty patterns * Pongee Silk at $3.50
inch , worth 15.50.
Monday only Ono case 30-inch
Jleached Muslin , 15 yards for $1.00.
Monday only Ono case c\tra line
iiality Bleached Muslin , butter than
jonsdalo , 131 yards for f 1.00.
Monday only Ono case Indigo Blue
'rints 5o per yard.
Fifty dozen Boys' ' Shirt Waists in light
) crcalc3 and iniligo blues at 50c each ,
jthers ask ? 5c for same.
Olio hundred dozen bleached Iluck
fowels for Monday only , 5c each. Don't
isk for them Tuesday.
Fifty dozen fivo-oight'.is bleached Nap
kins 85c per dozen , worth $1.25.
Monday only One hundred Kmbrold-
red _ Batiste and Chambray llobes in
rvhifo , cream , brown , navy , pink , choice
of lot $3.50 each , worth double.
One hundred dozen ladies' and chil-
Iron's Colored Bordered llankercliiefsi
We per dozen.
Ono hundred dozen ladies' and chil-
Iron's Colored Bordered llankorchicfs
c each , worth 15c.
Great job in Wash Buttons ; 5,000
dozen at 5c per card , two dozen on cr.rd ,
Now Jerseys in Creams , Bluos. Tans ,
"trcons ; an elegant assortment ; ask to see
Curtain sale for ono week , commencing
Monday morning , and wo mean business
when we say that this is the last special
sale of the season at these prices. Owing
to our largo increase of trade , we can't
: arry these goods over , as our room is
imitcd , and we have goods coming to
occupy the space.
100 pairs Onaquo Curtain Shades with
Hailstone Hollers complete with Gold
Dado , 5Uc each.
100 pairs Opaque Curtain Shades , hand
some Dado , 6 feet long , with Spring Boi
lers , 75c ; worth $1.
75 pairs Opaque Curtain Shades ; ele
gant Dado , 7 feet long , witli spring fix
tures , 85c , regular $1.35 curtain.
No. 1. 50 pairs Lace Curtains , 3 } yards
long , taped edge all around. Handsome
| 1.18 per pair , worth $2.55.
No. 3. 50 pairs Lace Curtains , 3J yards
taped edge ,
$3.50 per pair , worth $4.
50 pairs Luce Curtains , 3J yards long ,
$3 per pair , worth 15.
50 Pairs Lace Curtains , $3 50 ; worth $0.
Our prices next week on Curtains at f 5 ,
$0 , | 7 , | 8 , $10 and $12 are away below any
prices wo ever attempted to make in our
experience of live years in the curtain
Remember wo have piles of goods
bought in New York at force sales , and
wo want to move thorn lively. Call and
see us. BKMJISON BHOS.
A Representative Manufacturing In-
A few facts and figures in relation to
the Paxton & Viorllng Iron works maybe
bo of interest to the public as indicating
how far our manufacturing industries
are keeping pace with the growth of the
This company has been in existence
only a little over a year and althoun it
had to take up a business which under
former management had been unsuccess
ful , its success has been remarkable.
During thu present year commencing
January 1 , contracts have been taken for
work amounting to over $75.000 , and most
of the contracts have already been filled.
Among thu buildings ou which this worn
has been and is to bo done , wo may men
tion the new Barker Bros. ' block , the
Millard Estate warehouse , the Dr. Mercer
warehouse , the Academy of the Sacred
Heart , tlio Krug Brewing Co.'s addition ,
the United States National bank , the
Lintou block , the testner , Hellman ,
Moses and Lang tfeNagcf buildings , the
Woolwortb warehouse , the Ostort stores ,
the Byers building. Fifteenth and Doug-
laa ; also castings and lamp posts for the
gas company , castings for the water
works , and a variety of machine and
blacksmithing work for minor
manufacturers. These are all
iu the city. Outside of the
city work has been furnished
throughout the state in the leading towns
whore building is going on , and is being
forwarded to points in Iowa , Wyoming ,
Kansas , Dakota and Montana. This in
crease in work has necessitated an in
crease in capacity. To meet this de
mand , last winter the company pur
chased an additional acre of ground
from Mr. Kountzo This ground is now
beinc graded oil' , and contracts lu > .vo
been let for a now brick foundry , on
which the work will bo begun at once.
Tins foundry will coat over $15,000 , and
when completed the working force will
bo increased by over fifty to seventy-live
men.As an evidence of the volume of work
done one must see thu enormous ship
ments of pig iron , massive beams , gird
ers and other material. To gain an idea
of the character of the work done you
have but to look at the P.ixton building ,
being erected on upper Farnam street ,
the First National bank building , the
llamgo building , the latter being almost
completed on fifteenth street.
In this enterprise , as in many other ?
which have very materially benefited
Omaha , It is evident that Mr. Paxtou ,
president of this corporation , has exer
cised his accustomed energy au'd good
WASHIXIITOX , May 1 . l&pcclal Telegram
the BKC.I M. F. Allen was to day ap
pointed postmaster at Xaponee , Franklin
county , vlco John S. Uav. removwl. Also
the following In Iowa : Ell \V. WlllltsVI1 -
llts , Vanlturon county , vlco j. B , Chambei-
lain , moved away ; M. P. Sheppard , Noldnn ,
Delaware county , vlee A. J. Atkins. r -
signed. The name ot the postotlice nt I'ani-
ella , Woodhury county , Iowa , wits changed
to Uarlow Hall ,
NKW YOIIK. May 14. The weekly hank
statement shows the reserve decreased
S : luoo. Tim hanks now hold 84,121,00 , ) In
excess of lexal requirements.
One of tlio principal banks of Scotland
has adopted a now achnnio legarding the
form of its notes in order to escapethu
risk of forgery , especially bv photography -
graphy , which Is now greater than has
ever been known , the notes are now
. printed from stool plates ou the tmcJc and
I front in a combination of color * '
An Account at flio Curry Aisault In
lH7 < l-Put > IUhcd liy Uoqucst.
Wo have rccelYcd'irom Lincoln thefollow -
In ; ; letter :
LINCOLN' , Neb. , May 11. To the Editor of
The Dee : . otnu'diiy ' aso there appeared In the
Lincoln . /oiinm/ / a statomant to the clTcct
that you were assaulted homo years aso by a
"gentlemanly nnsro , who wa * conducting a
respectable btisltuws. " That ho "struck
you over the head \\ltlia cane , " and that
"you had him. sent to the penitentiary.1'
Will you kindly publish the particulars of
the alfalr , as tlnjrc his been some dispute re-
gaidlm ; It , 1 had atwajs understoo.i that
you almost lost your life. S. M , It.
We ha\o copied from the Omaha Herald
the accouut of Curry's brutal a Jiult , which
Is herewith published. It will bo si-on that ,
( is usual , the Journal has crossly mi-repre
sented the facts In the ca c :
PAVAOK imt'TAT.ITV A COWAItPI.V ANI1
IIAIIIIAUOUS AT TACK Ul'ON' AN IIIIlTOIt
MIL r.nWAlil ) 1IO-KWATKI ! lll'.ATKNM1lt
A "HIM.V" ISTIIK IIAMMOK AX ISI'tTlll-
ATKI ) lU'FFIAN ' TUK FIK.N'IIS | [ A SAll-
A.NTANt ) HIS ACCOMPLICE IX JAIL.
I From the lM\i \ ItnnM , 1'olinMni' ' , tV ® ]
In Its Issue of Monday the Cth lust , the
Omaha KKK published in Us local columns
an account of the biuaklm ; open , the Satur
day nlcht previous , of the safe In J. K. Boyd's
cilice on Thirteenth street for \\hleh lobbery
two neproos , named resjicctlvoly Spaiks and
Newton , were arrested. In the publication
In iiue-uion this langu > uo was used : "Sparks
and Newton \\cro known to have been out
on a spieo duilni : all of Katmdav night ,
spendim ; money treely , and luifkini ; the.
tiger at acoloied den ou Douglas street. "
To the average leader there was nothing
especially offensive In the language quoted ,
but acoloied politician and bummer by the
name of Richard Curry , was of a diileront
opinion , for on the niornlnt ; of the Oth ho.
published In the Kepuhllcan ot thisrlty , the
llowlii card under the heading ' 'What did
ou Mean' . " '
OMAHA , Feb. 3. To Edwnid Kosowafer.
'itbllsher Umsdia lir.i. : In your paper of
londay evening , February 7 , appears an ar-
tele in which my plnee ol business Is spoken
jf as a "colored den. "
You will please explain what Impression
.ou Intended to leave upon the public mind
, iy the use ot those words which as generally
ntorpnUed , would place me before this com
munity In a most unenviable light.
( Signed ) It. D. Cumtv.
TIIK coxt'xnnrM AXSWKIIP.U.
To this Inquiry Mr. llooewater , one of 'the
: eraest and most vigorous writers on the
western press , responded with the following
editorial , pietaciui : It with Curiy's card :
"You evidently take exceptions to the fol-
'owing paugraph :
'Sparks ' and another colored man , named
Newton , were known to have been out on a
spree during all of Saturday night , spending
money treely and bucking the tiger at a
colored don on Douglas street. '
"This paragraph appeals in the Br.nN re
ort of tlio Hoyu sate buiglary with which
Sparks has boon chaived. Although
no reference is made to your place of busi
ness ( V ) you acknowledge that tlio coat fits
you by making this inquiry. The BIF. : Is
always courtcous.and your questions shall be
answered without reserve.
"According to Webster , a don Is 'a custom
ary place of resort ; a haunt ; a ictreat ; as , for
example , a den ot robbers ; a den of misciy
and vice. ' A colored den may either bo a
customary placb of lesort ; a disreputable
haunt of vice and ru/sery / , painted In colors ,
or It may be a disreputable haunt frequented
by persons of color. ' It may bo both. If your
place of buslnesh Is Snch a don , the sooner you
got more respectal/le employment the less
danger there will be.pf vour being Insulted
by paragraphs like the above , hinceyou have
soon tit to propound this conundrum , wo
may as well state that while the BEE Is ever
ready to demand for , and accord equal rights
to , the colored1 ( nan , it also believes that
coloicd men shall bo made amenable to the
laws that punlsir vTCu and crime iu white
uiou. | , M
"If ai you Intimate , your pldco nf business
is a den wliero cojnrod men buck the tker ,
and spend tholr haitl earned money In ram
bling and kimlrqdicrimes , tholes' * > ou say
about It the hotter for the loptitat1 it the
colored race. " J
A VILLAINOUS AS.SAII. .
The foregoing was published In ti.d UKI : a
week ajo to-day , since which time no public
mention has been made nf the matter , and
those ot our citbcns who know the character
of the colored individual who was so desir
ous of being insulted , were of tbo opinion
that ho had received just what ho deserved at
the hands of the UKK.
Yesterday atternoon. between five and six
o'clock , Mr. Rosewater went into the United
States court house on business , and a few
minutes later Mr. George Jcvmt spoke to
Smith Coffey , a negro blacksmith , who was
standhiK on the cornet of Douglas , where
upon ColTey responded with :
" 1)0 YOU ( KK TIIKM THUMIT.HH
over there1' pointing to Currv who was
leisurely pacinc back and torth In front of
Allen's drir. store , on the opposite corner ,
.lewctt asked him what he meant , when Cof-
fev replied :
"There'sgolngto be lively times over there
In a few minutes. "
About this time Mr. Itosewator came clown
Fifteenth street and was met at the corner
bv Curry , who boean talking with him in re
lation to the publication above referred to ,
to which Mr. Kosowater answered that if lie
had known that he ( Curry ) considered him
self so seriously Injured by thu publication
In the first Instance , the columns of the Bir. :
would have been at his service for the pub
lication of any communication he mi.-ht
have desired to write. The words had
barely been spoken when Curry drew a short
' billy" from a side pocket and quick as a flash
dealt Mr. Kosewater halt a dozen terrible
blow upon the head. After lie had done
this , Cotfeo walked up , and , grasping Mr.
Itosewater , held him , and remaiked to the
other colored bully :
'rilBUIC , YOU'VK HIT HIM K.VOUOII. "
At this Mr. Kosewater managed to free
himself , and ran acioss Fifteenth Htreof , but
was at once pursued and overtaken by
Curry near McCaffrey's saloon , Immediately
rastof Allen's , and there pounded a second
time by Cuiry. By this time a crowd had
collected , and Mr. Jlosowater was lesoueil
from the attacks of his cowardly , biutal as-
.sallanH and carried into Allen's drug store.
Dr. McClelland happened to bo passing and
was called In. Iu n slimt time a bmrgy was
procured and Mr. Itosowater wan convoyed
to tils residence on Fainam street , between
.Seventeenth and Kluhteenth , he being then
In an Insensible condition.
Upon being separated from the victim ol
his blind furv ,
CfllllY HAXI > ii : > HIS WKAPO.V
to his confederate , Colics , who throw It
down asUliway near Allen's office , wht'io
it was afterward found , and * Is now
In the possession of Judge f'oitc'Tho two
brutes were arrested by Constable llanlon
and taken to the police ollice. a large
ciowd following mid crung "lynch
them I" No attack was made upon the two
prisoners , however , but thev were safely
conveyed to the t > oico ! ollli-o and there ai-
raignod on mo cliaree ot assault and battery.
Juilco I'orter luid just fixed Curry's ball at
JJVX ) for his appaaranco this mnrninc , when
Andrew Koscwater name into the court room
wita the Information thai his brother's
Injuries were df tl/p / most si > rnu ! * diameter ,
and swore out a warrant aga nst Cuiry am
Gotfoo on the cliargn of ass-tult with Intent
to commit murder , wlimoupon the jud o at
oneo Increased 'theiV ' bill to sr > ,003 and both
he and Cotleo wbre hustled oil to jail.
WHO ( 'UKHY IS.
Curry has Men "In Omaha a number ot
years and Is well'kno'.vn ' hero. At one tl'no
IiL'was the proprietor ot a lar.zu barber shnj
on Farnam streetandntterwardson Dous'as !
Latterly he has drifted iuto polit'cs and has
been somewhat bought after by republican
w lie pullers abont election times under the
Impression that ho controlled the no 'ro vote
ot Omaha. * '
The result Is 1m hV become worthless am
Insolent , and lor a year or two past has beci
ot the Impression that ho was th' ! most Im
portant personage in this section. At Hit
last term of the district court ho served as a
Jnrvman , and has maiio It a po'nt ' to crowi
himself Into the theatre and seat himself wltl
the white people whenever a theatrical com
pany of auy note l.as visited Omaha. The
BKK never lias chanted him with keeping a
disreputable resort , and If lie had had SHIISL
enough to keep his mouth shut the public
would not have supposed hU place \\JH the
ouu refeireil to In the publication of which he
complained. The Herald , hnwover , dli
tiiH'tly bt.ues that liU Douglas sticct estah
Hshmont Is the resort of ruffians , scoundrels
and sneak thiuun , white and black , am
should have beuu raidud by thu police luui ,
TIIK rP.KLlNf. IN TIIK sTItKKTS
l it nltfht win intense , and tlne.its of ic
course to lynch law were freelv made. Aboil
10 o'clock It wan reported that Mr , lto.sewatit
was dead , and had It not been for a reliable
cur.tiudlctlon of this rumor , It is tUiogethe
probable there would hav boon an outbreak
if the Indignant popular * before niornluc.
. 'ho attack of Curry was so entirely unpro
voked and uiittsrrnited that It excited a
term of indhinatlon which It was difficult
o restrain. This community has no toler
ance for bullies and rulllan * , white or black ,
as thov will learn to their cost , when they
give license to the Instincts of their brutal
Later Since the foregoing was put In typo
re learn that It has been definitely nscor-
alned that tlieio are several white mon Im-
illcated In thU brutal outrage , and that the
wo negroet were merely tools in their hands ,
ho attack bolng the result ot a carefully
ihiuned conspliacy. Kour da > s ago Andiuw
tosowater was told by one of our most
eipected cltl/ees that he had ovci heard a plot
against Kdward Ko owater , and that the
mbllcatlon of Curry's curd was a p.ut ot
N. D. FAliUONCH.
Wonderful Hnle < > f l-'lno Combination
The prices are right. Kvery. suit Is
narked at a price to sell and to soil fast.
Vo Intend to close all our Combination
Suits within thu next three days and
make the prices to do it.
All the Combination Suits that we have
iceti selling at $05.00 and $ J7.50 , reduced
All the Combination Suits that -wo have
been selling at § ' . ' 8.50 , $29.50 anil 133.00 ,
reduced to $ li.75. )
All the Combination Suits that we have
been selling at &S3.00 , reduced to fij.OO.
All the combination suits that we have
) cen sclltuc at f10 ! , $37.50 and § 40 , re
duced to $ ' 4'J.75.
These combination suits are tlio finest
over brought to this city. No two suits
ilike. Elegant coloring and designs.
iT. B. FALCONKll'S I
MON I JAY I MONDAY I
SOMK WONUKRFUL BAKGAINS
IN WOOL 1WKSS ( JOOIS ANU SILKS I
Wo call special attention to the Fine
iVool Dress Goods atGOc and the odd lot
of Silks at 81c as being very cheap.
STANDARD CALICOS 3c ,
1'ACIKIO LAWNS 7je.
MONDAY ! MONDAY ! MONDAY I
WOOL DRESS ( JOODS I
ONE ( JRANDSl'KClALl'RICEIN THIS
DEPARTMENT ON MONDAY.
50c ! 50c I 50c I
\ > o tiavo taken a big line of Fine
Kronen Dress ( ioods that wo nave been
selling at 75c , 85c and ' . )5c ) and make the'
[ > riee for Monday fiOe per yard.
In the lot will be found French Wool
hHtamino , all wool canvas cloth ; French
Uord , French Serges , French DeUcigo ,
French Camclctts , all at OOc per yard.
Wo make this wonderful price on these
ino goods regardless of cost , and only
do it to make a rush , come early and get
a good selection.
SILKS 1 SILKS I SILKS I
ODD LOTS. ODD LOTS.
- - - -
SILKS AT 81c. . BROCADED SILKS.
PLAIN SILKS. SERCE SILKS WORTH
DOUBLE THE MONEY ,
ON MONDAY , ONLY 81o.
We have a lot ot short lengths of Plain
Broeuled Silks , two-toned Brocaded
Silks , Black Brocaded Silks , Black ( iros-
g'-ain Silks , Colored Gros Grain Silks ,
Black Serjje Silks.
These silks run from C to 30 yards and
are worth from $1.251" $2.50 per yard on
Monday , all at one price , 81c.
WHITE ( JOODS. WHITE GOODS.
FINE FIGURED SWISS.
We will open Monday 300 different
patterns Fine Figured Swiss at 35c , 4i3jc
and OOc ; in this lot will bo found
some of the grandest patterns
that have ever been imported. Thej1 come
in white , white with cojorod dots and
figures , cream , cream with colored dots ,
rings and figures , none of them but what
are worth double what wo ask for them.
CHECKED INDIA LAWNS
All the Checked Lawns that wo have
been selling at 3V ; on Monday only 25c.
NAfNSOOK CHECKS 8c.
1 case Nainsook Chocks at 8ic worth
CHECKED LAWN lOc.
1 case Lace Checked White Lawn at
lOc , woith 22ic.
1 case White and 1 case Printed Lawns
at 121 , that is worth 25e.
LACES ! LACES ! !
45 inch Egyptian Flouncing in cream ,
beige , and white at C > 5 cents , worth $1.00.
45 inch Egyptian Pouncing in cream ,
beige , and white at $1.00 , worth $1.50.
45 inch Egyptian Flouncing in white ,
cream , and beige at $1.25 , worth $2.00.
A full line of edges to match.
Wo will show more tine Swiss Flounc-
ings Monday than hits ever been seen in
Omaha over 500 ditlcrcnt patterns , all
prices from $ l.3r to $7.50 per yard. Jn
the lot will be found some great bargains.
CALICOS , 3 CENTS.
We will close out the balance of our
standard calicos Monday at 3 cents. Reg
ular price , 81.
PACIFIC LAWNS , 7 } CENTS.
40 pieces Pacific Lawns a : 7 } cents ;
sold all over town at 1''Jc.
00 pieces of very line Linen Lawns that
are worth from 2.1 to ! ! 5 cents ; on Mon
day , only 12Jc. 'Ihis is a very great bar
gain. Every thread of these lawns are
pure liii'Mi , and worth from 23 to 35 cents ,
Ono case Fancy Striped Crinkle Seer
sucker at 8 } cents , worth 15.
ALL LINEN SEERSUCKER 18J CENTS.
20 pieces plain brown All Linen Seer
sucker at 121 cents , worth 45c.
BED SPREADS. BED SPREADS.
Wo will oiler on Monday the Greatest
Bargains in Crochet and Marseilles
Spreads ever ollcrod in the city.
Our stock was never so largo and the
patterns are all now.
Wo offer no boiled or shop worn goods.
1 Case 11-4 Crochet Spreads Worth OOc.
1 Case 11-1 Crochet Spreads at 85c.
1 C.iso 11-4 Crochet Spreads , Extra
Heavy , at U7ic. Would be cheap at $1.25.
I Case 10-1 Marsaillrs spreads : U $1.00.
Reduced fron $1.25.
11-1 Marsaillcs Quilts , very Heavy ,
New Patterns , at fl.fH. Worth ? 2.50.
AT $ ' . ' .00 ,
II 4 Marseilles QuilU at $3.03. Would
bo cheap at $3.00.AT
11-4 Marsaillcs Quilts at $2.75. Worth
114 Marsaillcs Quilts at ? .3,03. Worth
$ -125. Ask to see this lot.
At f 1.25.
We show an elegant Quilt worth ? 0.00.
We carry a full line from $5.00 to S15.00 ,
bought specially for this sale.
N. B. FALCONER.
Two hundred sets of harness at a great
slaughter. Prices never heard of before
in the we.st.
Plow , truck , buggy and carriage har
All kinds of Iinrae clothing.
Fifty real estate btiekboard buggies at
Western agents for the Tooraey sulky
and California horse boots. Also boat
saddle horse in Omaha ,
MITCHELL & HAINK& ,
Itith and Capital ave.
The application of sicanvuower to boot
polishing ha * been successfully accom
plished in Boston , Muss. In a shop locat
ed In thn midst of the dlnciples of Black-
Atone has been fitted up an engine with
a complex arrangement of straps by
which brushes are whirled at a surpris
ing rate. Thu customers- are scaled on a
long bench and are polished off in a very
IT'S MAGNIFICENT VIEW ,
The Beautiful Vallev of Papilllon an Soon
From Westlawn ,
FREE EXCURSION WEDNESDAY.
Two Itnlfroadn Sure , unit Probably
Another ( lenities tlio Kloctrlc
Itontl Homo of tlio Aitvnn-
Yesterday afternoon , in company with
George N. Hicks , two carriage loads of
capitalists and newspaper representa
tives had a very pleasant drive over the
southwestern part of the city. The trip
extended as far west as the Missouri Pa
cific railroad and the junction of the sur
veyed line of thu Northwestern and other
proposed roads in the valluy of the little
The scenery obtained from this lo
cality is simply magnificent and called
forth many admiring words from those
who had the pleasure of seeing
it. The view is grand all
along the valley , but it is
beyond comparison when taken from
We.stlawn , a new addition just platted.
This beautiful piece of ground lies almost
'n the valley and slopes gcnUy to the
west and south , and will make one of the
nest beautiful places for suburban homos
iiround the city. The view is not the
only good point in favor of Westlawu ,
Tor the Missouri Pacific railway , which is
now running six passenger trains daily
jy it , are preparing to Uujld a handsome
depot within a block , and a half of West-
lawn , when elegant suburban trains will
bo put on and run every hour in the dayj
Then the Omaha & Soul hwestern electric
motor which has its road completed
icarly to We tlawn will connect with
ho Missouri Pacific depot and run cars
o and from the city every few minutes.
The Northwestern folks have surveyed
their line through tlio western edge of
Westlawn to South Omaha and still an
other line , supposed to bo the Nebraska
Central , is surveying along tlio same
route. The Northwestern has bought
200 acres not a half mile north of West-
lawn and what they propose to do with it
can only be conjectured , but the fact
that they have bought it is a very good
indication that they intend to locate
their shops there. There is no place
around the city that affords bet-
: er inducements for manufacturing
houses than this beautiful valley of the
Papillion. Already one largo agricul-
ural implement manufactory has located
icre and over 100 men will be employed
the year round.
Within the next sixty days the su
burban trains on the Missouri Pacilic
and bolt line and the electric cars will be
operation , and then Westlawn will
have what no other addition to Omaha
has , two ways of rapid transit. Just
think of it. by ono route Westlawn can
be reached in fifteen minutes , and by the
other not longer than thirty minutes.
Then , when the price of the lots
is taken Into consideration , no
man in . Omaha need longer bo
without a home. Westlawn lots will
be sold at from $300 to $100 , with only
one-fifth cash and the balance on very
Tills beautiful addition is located di
rectly west of Ilanseom Park and the
poor farm. The celebrated Patilck farm
is a short distance northeast of it and the
four mile circle runs through il.
Westlawn was surveyed by W. E.
Hawley , the civil engineer , and bo suc
ceeded in making 700 largo and bcauti
ful lots out of the 115 acres which West-
Now take into consideration its dis
tance , its uncqualed facilities for getting
in and out of the city , the prices of the
lots , and the magnificent view , and who
wants a better home ? Besides tlii , this
valley is the only practicable route for
the railroad to get into south Omaha , aid
before many days the whole valley will
be lined with manufacturing homos of
every kind , for no better trackage can
be found anywhere.
One especially attractive feature of
this splendid property is the abundance
of beautiful groves adjoining it. A large
hotel , where shelter and refreshments
can bo secured , makes this one of the
best places for a picnic that can be had
around the city. It is the intention of
the proprietors to run free trains to
Wcstlawn next Wednesday , and those
who have never taken a ride over the
Dolt line should avail themselves of this
opportunity to see the great number of
improvements going on along its line ,
and at the same time get a chance to see
the most beautiful place for a suburban
homo yet located near the city. All who
desire to go on this excursion should call
on cither Scaver & Whitcomb , room 25 ,
Paxton building , corner Fifteenth and
Faro am , or Goo. N. Hicks , 215 South
Fifteenth street , and secure free tickets.
These gentlemen are sole agents for
Westlawn , and most cordially invite all
to take in the excursion and see their
The Will of Haroness Dotty do Roth
Illustrated London News : The will of
the Baroness Bctiy de Rothschild ( widow
of the late Baron James Mayer de
Rothschild ) , late of IU Rue Lafittc , Paris ,
who died on September 1 last , was
proved in London on the JOth inst. by
ISaron Gustave Samuel James de Roth
schild , two of the sons and two of the
executors , the value of the pornonal es
tate in England amounting to upwards
The testatrix states that she received
from her father the island of Putaux , the
part at Suresnes. and some houses in
Paris , and she appoints her three sons ,
Alphonse , Gustavo , and Edmond , and her
granddaughter llelcne , the daughter of
her late son , Baron Salomon do Roths
child , preferential legatees in respect to
the said real estate ; and , as an indem
nity to her daughter Baroness Nathaniel
do Rotsehild , gives her 110,000 francs.
Thu furniture and other articles placed
by her in the Chateau do Ferric-res she
loaves to her son Alplionso , and give *
200,000 francs as an indemnity to each ol
her other sons , Gustavo and Ldmond
The Villa de Rothschild at Cannes ,
with all the furniture , brotues. pictures ,
and objects of art of every desciption.
site also loaves to her son Alplion.se , am
gives as an indemnity to her .said
daughter , to whom she would have
liked to have loft some souvenir of their
hanpiiiess at Canne.s , 1.000,000 francs.
tjhn bequeaths 010.003 francs to her
daughter-in-law , Baroness Solomon de
Rothschild ; 200,000 francs to her grand
daughter , B.ironess James Edward do
Rothschild ; 7,500,000 franc * to equalise
the portion of her grandcliildien , the
children of her son Gustavo , in the event
of their being her heirs , viii.OOO.Wio
francs each to Luolo , Allnn and Juliette
and 1,500,000 francs to Robert , and tern
porary annuity of ! ! 3,00'j francs to kuci
UP the 1'arc dc Boulonguu while unin
As to the remainder of the ono-fonrtl
of her property hhe has power by Uw to
dispose of , she gives and bi > que.ithH the
same to her three so'ns. Alplionsc , Gus
tave and Edmond. and her daughter , the
said Baroness do Rothschild The testa
triv has given separate instructions as ti
legacies and charitable bequest * ,
IillllnnV Jewel * Kroovi-rtMl.
CIIICAOO. May 14. Lillian Hnavely Wat
Ron's Jewelry , taken fromherhy 0.V. \ . V t
son after ha had decoyed thdstlrl Into marry-
Int ? him , have bw-u rucoovered thrnu.'h her
attorney. LIIIUn'ii ad ventures with Watsoi
and Diivldson coat her about S3,000 In cash
She expects to enter suit for dlvorcu nnx
wonk. Watson will be released from Bride
well Tuesday ,
Omaha Jobbers' Dlrectoiy.
_ Agricultural Implements.
VHUIWHILL PARKER *
Agricultural Implements , Wagoni ,
ami llucRlo * . Jonoa slrt , bttwoen 9ti >
mil IOtUOmMii > , Met ) .
" LINING Kltlv MKTCALF
Agricultural Implements ,
Vuoni.r rrlnne . P.Vhol alf > , Om hft.
1KE , FIITKD cC CO , ,
Jobber.1) ) of Hardware and Nails ,
Tinware , Shot Iron. Rte. Atents for Howe
niul Miami Iowil r'ii.OninhNi > li ,
I1 Alt LI X , Oil EN DO It F .IS 3LARTIX
Whatenale Dfalsrs In
Agricultural Implements ,
aml BuRBle * . FOdlKI , W * amlw ? , Jones st
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
! M3 IKiuxlas Street , Omaha.
Builders' Hard wart and Scales.
Huliders'liardwarnA Scale Ui-pnli-Shop
ilechaulcs'Tools ami UufTalo Hcal . U0t > Douglas at ,
Omaha , N II.
Boots and Shots.
ffANn" SEW Ell
SHOE COMPANY ,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer * In
Boots ftinl Shoes ,
Complete to k nf Knhlier Unodi always on hand
toil B. Utlnt. . m li . Neb. A.T. Austin. Agent.
ir. r. MOUSE .is co.
Jobbers of Boots and Shops.
Ill Parnam it , Omaha , Neb. Manufactory , Summw
Z. T. LlfiDUEY .C CO.
Wholesale Rubber Boot * and Shoes
Utilihur niul Oiled ClntlilMR uiul Tell llootl
ftuU Sboou , Southeast Corner lUli nud UouitIM ,
Beer * I
M. KEATING ,
Agt. for Anlieusor-Bush Brewing1 Ass'a
SpoclM Hrnndn Fault , tlmlwelier find Erlanger.
STOltZ .C TLER ,
Laffor Hear Brewers ,
1U1 North ! Vh Rtroet , Omaha , Nab.
LOUIS HELLER ,
Butchers' Tools and SupplIcR ,
ausaga Cmlngi ot all kind * alwayaln atock. I > 1 |
Coffee , Spictt , Etc.
CLARKE BROS. C CO. ,
Omaha Corrvo and Spice Mills.
Toa.Ooire HSplr < tfi , Baking I'Owdor. Flirorlnsl
tracu , I-sunirr Illue , Ink. Ktc. llli-US Unnuj-
Street , Onivba. M b.
, COLK a ? MILES ,
Homo CotFcoand Spion Mills MTg Co.
CoffeeRonsteraand ? plcH Urlnden , Manufacturer *
of IlaklnK Powder , rUiorlng Kxtracti , Hilling. Kin.
rr > one rnia of inir ! ! package Home Ulond lloatlad
OtiiToe. HWUownnl st , lm ba. Nub.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
John Epeneter , Prop.
Manufacturer of GaUanUod Iron an ! Cornice.
Dodge and 103 and 101 N , 10th at. . Omaha. Neb.
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices ,
Dormer Windows , Vlnali.MeUllcSkjIlgbt.flc. 1100 ,
13tn it. . Omaha.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ,
C. Specht , Frop.
GaUanlied Iron Cornices , etc. Bpect'slmprared Pair
out Molallo Skylight. 08 and 610 B.litli at..Oniaha.
OMAHA CARPET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
Mnolimm . Matting * . Ktc. 1(11 Douglas
8. A. ORC ltA R D , '
Wholesale Carpets , Oil Cloths ,
Matting s , Curtain Ooodi , Ktc. 1O3 Varnapi Street ,
Crocker/ and Hotians.
W. L. WRIGHT ,
Agent for tlio Manufacturers and Importer * ot
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamp. . Chlrnuori , etc. Office , 117 Bouth ISUi A ,
Omaha , Neb. .
Commission and Storage.
D. A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing.
Batter , Kggaand Produce. Consignments solicited.
Qeadqttartora for Stoneware. Harry Roxi > a and
flaskets , llll iMilgo street , Omaha.
PEYCKE BROS. ,
Fruits , Produce and Prorlslnns , Omaha , Neb.
W , E.
Storage and Commission Merchant.
Bpeclaltlea Biittar. Bggi. Cheea * . Ponltrr. Oam * ) ,
Orslera , Etc. , Ktc. Ill Houtn UUi street.
WIEDEMAN dt CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry. Hutter , Game. Finite , etc. MO I. litnit
Omaba , Neb ,
Coal ancf Lime.
CJ o. , . Mi Ann. rrei. C. F. OOODMArr , T. PtM.
J. A. SUNIIIKI.AHD , Hoc. and Traas.
OMAHA COAL , ! OKE a $ LIME
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
WJHoiUliTlilrtennthmrce' , Omaha , Neb.
Manufacturers of Illinois White Llmo.
And Shlppvrn of Cnul ntiil Coko. Cemunt , I'lasttr.
IJuie , llnlr. Klro Ilrlck , Druln , Tile an < 1 Sewer Plp .
enl < ie. IMiton IIunt. rarnam St. , Omnlia , Nub.
Toluprmnn hi I.
p. FA Y , c co. ,
Manufacturing Confectioners ,
Jobbers of Frults.NulsiindClfius. Ull Faruam BU
Cigars and Tobacco.
JfAX MEYER Ai CO. ,
Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Ouns unil Ammunition , 215 to 723 K nth St. , 10 * > to
102 * ITarnaui St. . Ooiiha.Neb ,
WEST C VRITSCHEU ,
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars ,
And Wuoloalo Dualrrs In I.raf Tobaccos , Nos. 101
nnrt 110 Ntlti struct , Omnha.
M. E. SMITH it ) CO , ,
Dry OoodH , Furnishiiig Goods & Notions
lllBaml 110 ! PoniiliK.cor.'lltli St. , Omnha.Neb.
Distillers of Liquors , Alcohol and Spirits. Importer *
aud Jotberaof Wins.ami Uuuors.
WILLO W SPUING S DINTfLLE' Jl
CO. and ILKK < t ) CO. ,
Importers and Jobberi of Fine Wln9 and IJqynre.
Solo manufacturer * r > f Kvmiihlr'n Bait India lilt *
turn anil Doine.'lc l.lqunri. 111 ! MnrnejSt.
Drain Tile , Etc.
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THE UNION HYDRAULIC
DRAIN TILE CO. ,
Office 5I3 fl. 14th st. Omnlia , Neb. Machlnerr aud
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'itEWEY iC STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers iu Furniture.
tnmam.t , . Omaba , Neb.
CHARLES Kill VER1CK ,
Furniture , Bedding , Upholstery ,
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