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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1887.
Text of the Ordinance Introduced By Alder
DIED IN THE CITY JAIL.
Xho Work of the Vnrloug Courts Ilc-
covorcd ! lln Speech Hy Faith
Cure Street Kallwny Ex-
New Fire Limits.
Alderman Snyder introduced nn ordi
nance into the council recently repealing
ordinance No. 07 and prescribing new
fire limits. The lirstsection describes the
limits as follows :
All that part of the city shall be in
cluded in the nnw fire limits commencing
nt the intersection of Kight and Marcy
streets , thence north on the center line
of Eight street to its intersection witli
Capitol aveniie.thcnco west on the center
line of Capitol uremia to its intersection
with lonth street , thence north
on the center line of Tenth
street to its intersection with Davenport ,
thence west on the center line of Daven
port to its intersection with Fifteenth ,
thence north on the center line of Fif
teenth to the alloy between California
nnd Webster streets , thence cast on the
center line of said alloy to Fourteenth
street , thence north on tlio center line of
Fourteenth street to the alloy between
Hurt and Webster streets , thence west on
the center line of said alley to Fifteenth
street , thence north on the center line of
Fifteenth street to its intersection with
Nicholas , thence west on the center line
of Nicholas street to its intersection with
Seventeenth , thence south on
the center line of Seventeenth
to the alley between I/aril
nnd Cuming , thence west on center line
of said alloy to Twenty-third street ,
thence wcst'tJM feet parallel with the
north line of CumiiiK street to Twenty-
fourth street , thence south on the center
line of Twenty-fourth to n point 182 feet
south ol the south line of Cuming street ,
thence east parallel with Cuming
toTwenty-thirdthence east on center line
of the alley between Cuming and Kurt to
Seventeenth .street , thence south on tlio
center line of Seventeenth to the alloy
between Douglas and Farnam , thence
west on said alloy to Twentieth
street , thence west 183 feet
from and parallel with the
north line of Farnam to n point oppo
site the centre line of Twenty-ninth
Btreot in McCormick's addition , thence
south to the alley between Farnam and
Ilarney. thence east to Twentieth , thence
Eouth on Twentieth to a point 183 feet
srom tlio south side of St. Mary's avenue ,
thence northeasterly by and paralcll with
St. Mary's avenue to Nineteenth , thence
north to the intersection with Jackson
Btreet , thence east to a point 183 feet west
of the west line of Sixteenth street , thence
south parallel with Sixteenth to Leaven-
wortht.honce east to the intersection with
Fourteenth , thence south to intersection
with Marcy , thence east on Marcy to
the point of beginning.
The center line of all streets and alloys
on these boundary lines are taken as the
termini. No wooden buildings are al
lowed to be constructed within this dis
trict ; no wooden additions to bo made ;
no wooden houses damaged by lire or
otherwise to an amount exceeding S0 ! per
cent of the valuation can bo repaired by
wooden construction ; no wooden houses
can bo moved from one lot to another in
this district , find no lumber yards save
those already established will bo allowed
except by permission of the common
council. Tlio penalty for violation of
this ordinance is a line from $25 to $300.
DIED IN HIS CELL.
Daniel Callatmn Expires at the City
Died in jail.
That was Daniel Callahan's fato.
This morning at 7 o'clock when Jailor
Sigwart stepped into the cell at the sta
tion to awaken the prisoners for their
morning meal , ho found Callahan pretty
hard to awaken , in fact , ho never did
awaken him , the poor unfortunate being
wrapped in Ids last slumber. The jailor
found him lying outstretched at full
length upon his stomach in a dark cor
ner of the noisome cage , and grasping
him by tlio collar shook him vigorously.
Hut no sign of returning consciousness
awarded the cllbrt , nnd thinking the.
man was in a drunken stupor , he rolled
liim over ,
The fixed , glassy eyes , the gleaming ,
teeth , and hideously contracted feature : :
quickly told the story.
The man was u corpsol
The ollicor , apprising the other
inmates , and tliero were ten
or a dozen of thorn lolling
nnd lounging about upon the lloor around
the dead man , of the fate of their fellow-
prisoner , hurriedly loft the chilling pres
ence and telephoned for the coroner ,
who promptly arrived and removed the
remains to the morgue.
It was n sight , indeed , to SPO the other
occupants of the cage , a dirty , unkempt ,
ragged , yilo crowd , when Sigwart In
formed them that Cullahau was dead. A
hush instantly fell over the darksome don ,
Bll coarse biulinairo ceased , and the men ,
pushing ns'ulo their unfinished meals ,
huddled together in their fear and super-
Btition in a group near the front bars ol
the cage. Not ono of them had dreamed
that they had slept through the night
with a dead man for a companion.
Cnllnhan was arrested last night for
drunkoncss , by special Roundsman liar-
rack , and when put into the cage was
rcry drunk. Ho is an old offender , nnd
well known in police circles as a chronic
drunk and disorderly. Ho lived with his
mother at the foot of Leavenworth street. .
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
( nnnral of Callahan took place from
Drexel & Maul's , the body being taken
to the family lot of James Callahan , Ins
brother , in St. Mary's cemetery. Danio !
Callahun was aged forty-six years am !
live months nnd was for a long time iir
employe of the Union Pncilio. Ho was
Recounted an excellent workman until lu
became the victim of the drinking habit
I lawns born in county CorK , Ireland ami
became a resident of this city in 1800
The expenses of the interment were as
sumed by the brother of the deceased.
A Untlior Dull Oar in the Judicial
Governor Thayer has notified the of
ficers of the district court that Loot
Perro sentenced to the penitentiary frou
this county August 0 , 1833 , for oichi
years has had his sentence commuted tc
lour years. The crituo with which Porn
is charged l.s shooting , with intent to Kill
Thomas J. Roach , has commenced at
notion against his wife Mary for divorce
on the ground of drunkenness , assoeiut
ing with bad characters , continue !
nbuso , using Vila language toward
him , etc. Among other things hi
says fho called him a "yallo
dog. " 'Evidently through nn erro
in drawing up the pleadings the plalntil
alleges that no was married to the defendant
fondant February 12.1887. and lived will
her until Aueust 3 , 1807 , Tliero seems t <
bo n twenty yours error somewhere ii
Charles Stevens sues the Union Pacilii
railway for ft,000. Ho claims that QI
the 81st ho bought a ticket to Albright
That the conductor took from it twi
i but wbea tboltndu vva i
between the stock yards and Albright ,
tlio conductor drove him off the car ,
claiming thnt the ticket was not good for
a passage to Albright , notwithstanding
the fact ( hat it read "between Omaha
and Albright.1' Stevens was compelled
to walk the rest of the way carrying a
heavy armful of tools , hence his suit for
Judge Bcrka's court room would make n
good crematory. At 0 o'clock this morn-
ingwhen there wcro no persona in the
room but the judge , Clerk NY'oods.and tlio
HEK man , the thermometer registered 70 ,
but when Whalcn turned in tlio savory
horde from tlio galleystho mercury leaped
up to 100. Then when the chief and tlio
lawyers canto in , it fairly frizzled. Judco
lierka , with a despairing look in his mild
gray eyes , frantically mopped his drip
ping brow , and in a faint , falsetto voice
"William Uussoll. "
William took his position in front of
the bench , the loudest smelling blossom
that over bloomed in a police court.
Everybody , the court , the ollicors , re
porters , audience and'all grasped their
olfactories , and between gasps tlio judge
"You arc charged witlt being drunk
and a vagrant but hero Whalcn I can't
stand this , turn this man out throw him
in tlio sewer , " and tlio court olliccr
hustled Mr. Husscll out of tlio side door
and through the front window , into the
street , with the disgusted in junction :
"Tho best thing you can do , soir. would
bo to go jump into the river , soak there
fur a wake , then lay on the bank in the
sun until the 1st of October. "
"Did you over smell such an odor ,
ehieft" asked the judge , turning to
Seavoy , as Whalen and Hussoll vanished
through the door.
"No , never. "
They smiled and the session went on.
"I ) . W. Kadehflb ! You are charged
witli being u vagrant and carrying con
cealed weapons. "
"Well , I'll tell you , your honor , 1 just
left the Haiti Brothers circus "
"You are a circus cauvassman , ar
you ? "
"Yes. sir. "
"Well , 1 have never missed scndintr up
a circus man yet , and as I don't want to
spoil my iccord , vou can go over tlio hill
for live days. Take your scat. "
"Daniel Sherman 1 You uro charged
with indecent exposure. "
"That can't bo so , judge , I como from
ono of the best families in the country. "
"What ? You are no relation to Gen
eral Sherman , are you ? "
'There's only n slight propinquity be
tween us , judge. "
"I'm ' a performer at the Olympic. "
"You are , are you ? You're ono of
those follows that's been crackin' away
there night after night at our police
torcc , are you ? "
"That in the . "
was just play , judge.
"Hut didn't you say the other night
that Omaha had raised the biggest vege
table in tlio world that six policemen
were caught asleep on ono beat ? "
Utterly abashed Sherman hung his
"If I had the power , young man , I
would have you taken without the city's
gates and start , as it is I'll just take $7.50
out of this roll of yours and you can go.
Minneapolis I think is about your si/o. "
"Charles Duke ! You are a line speci
men of civilization , you are , to beat up
Li//.io Culoo like you did. Why , she
looks ns if she had gone through a
threshing machine. Twenty-live days in
jail , nnd I don't know but what I ought
to make it ninety. "
"Joo husk and James Rila , yon men
are charged with doing up James Sva-
cina over in Bohemia town , but as
Svauina is not here , I'll put your case oil'
until this afternoon. "
"But I can't stay , ! yourd honor , I have
to go to work , " innocently intcrjoincd
"Oh , I think you can , Mr. Luslc , unless
yon can knuw oil'a couple of those iron
bars out there. "
"John Smith. You are not the discov
erer of I'ocahontas , are you ? "
"Not that I know of. "
"Well , you are charged with being
drunk ; were yon ? "
"Not that 1 know of. "
"How'd you skin your nose and your
chock up in that way , did you fall
down ? "
"Not that I know of. "
"Do you know anything ? "
"Not that I know of.'r
"Well , I'll tell vou something , but for
goodn > ss sake don't toll I told you.
After we are through hero , 3-011 can go
out , jump in the hurry-up wagon and
Whalon will show you the city between
hero and tlio jail. Five days ! "
"J. II. Kolloy. you are another. "
"Another phat , yer honor , a spalpeen ? "
"No , plain drunk. "
"Nivor a bit uv it , jodgo , I took but a
wao drop of the cratur , and 'tis mo thet
kin stand a barral of the stuff , it is. "
"Oh it is , is it. "
"En sure tlio same , soir. "
"Woll if that's tlio case , maybe you can
stand sfTi and costs. "
" 1 will make a foino attimpt , judge ,
on' if yes Ivor kitch mo hero agin I'll give
you lafo to double the dose. " .
"Goorgo anil Nick Rush. "
And the two brothers , the biggest men
in Omaha , each standing six feet three in
their stockings , uujointcd themselves be-
foru tlio court.
"Messrs. Rush , " resumed the judge ,
looking into the giant's faces , "you are
charged with being : on a drunk , "
"It was just n little drunk , your
honor , " replied Nick.
"For a nicklo , " echoed Goorgo.
"Oh , that won't do , boys , you are too
big to got on a little drunk. Fivi > and
"John Brown. "It's you is it ? "
"What's loft of mo ? "
" 1 thought your body lay mouldering
in its grave ? "
"It did , judge , but that Hibernian cop
dug mo up about 13 lasi night , and I sup
pose is trying to palm mo off on you for a
"That's what he's doing , and I think
you are good for about sf5 and costs. "
"We're through , Whalen , " and the
judge loaned back and gazed out of the
window us ono in a dream.
Notwithstanding what has been said to
the contrary the contract between the
South Omaha Stock Yards company and
Armour , the poker , was not closed un
til last Saturday night , when , it is no\v
stated with authority , the agreement was
.signed by nil the parties to the
transaction. This places beyond the Pcr'
adventure of a doubt the certainty of the
purchase of the Lipton lionso by Armour
The negotiations were numerous and
were carefully considered , and the con *
sequence is that Armour comes toOmahn
under much mete satisfactory circum-
Btancos so far ns the city is concerned ,
then the first understanding would lead
people to believe ho enjoyed. It mnj
also bo remarked that Armour's interest !
have not been overlooked , and that , with
his usual foresight and intelligence IK
has prepared the way for future gigantic
operations in this locality. His close
of the deal in question was accompanied
by another fact which is of some import
unco. It is the admission Into tha linn
of Ed Cuduhy , manager of the Cliicagc
house of Armour. This gentleman's sal
ary has boon | 20,000 per year but ho has
for some time past been desirous ol
going into business in hi :
own behalf. Lincoln made an offer of : i
bonus of f.'OO.OOO and Sioux City alsc
suggested liberal inducements. Both ol
these were sot aside and Cudahy chosi
the partnership with Armour togethci
witli tlio management of the Omahi
houso. This moans that Armour's placi
hero will bo worked for all it is worth
Already orders have bean issued b.i
winch the work of enlarging the Llptoi :
and other improvements will be
out. . ' , , .
The Motor Company Again Moves In
Wednesday night the motor line again
undertook to lay some of their line and
succeeded in doing so. They commenced
on Twentieth , nt 1'lcrco street , and
worked until toward morning , when
1'opplcton avenue was reached , the rail
laid being of the "T" order.
The mon continued at their work yes
terday morning when Contractor Slulit
put In an appearance , Ho is still engaged
in grading tlio street in question in the
vicinity of the lead works. While ho
has lin'ishcd the grading on the part In
which the track was laid lust
night , yet that work has not yet been ac
cepted by the cityMr. . Stunt , therefore ,
determined to prevent the line from injur
ing his work and yesterday morning no-
titicd Dr. Mercer to that effect. Ho was
told that the laying of the track would
not bo dispensed with unless on the order
of the chairman of the board of public
works. Mr. Stunt then saw that gentle
man and secured the order in question ,
nnd us a consequence the laying of tlio
rails was discontinued at noon.
THE lIOKSn AND TIIAMWAY.
The announcement in tlio BER that
tlio City Railway company was lay
ing n line on Twentieth street
nortn of Lake was the llrst Intimation
that the Tramway company's ter
ritory had boon invaded. They inves
tigated tno matter and found truly that
they had been anticipated , and for some
time , at least , the horse line will have the
advantage ot the tramway company in
that section , in the vicinity of the ball
and fair grounds. ,
THAT 11. . M. AVHKCK.
Tlio collision between two freight
trains on tlio B. & M. road , between Ash
land South Bend , first reported in tlio
HKK , has proved to be quite serious as
far as loss of property is concerned , but
parties just from the scene of the wreck
say no lives were lost. The telegraph
reported two tramps killed , but no bodies
were found when the wreck was cleared
away , although it was thought tiiere were
tramps on the train.
A WONDKUKUti WOKK.
A 1'canut Vcndcr'n Experience In the
Hands or n Faith Ouror.
Most everybody knows Charles Hustcd ,
the peanut and fruit vendor at the cor
ner of Fiftecntli and Farnam streets , but
most everybody does not know that ho
is the subject of a most remarkable and
jncredible faith euro.
Such is the fact.
Kighteen years ago , Hustcd was
stricken witli paralysis. The stroke not
only destroyed the usefulness of one arm
and ono leg , but left him utterly and
completely speechless , liven his fam
ily and most intimate friends could make
nothing from the strange gibberish and
jargon that over after marked Ins speech
up to within the hut few weeks. Not a
single word could he articulate , not oven
his own name , and ho carried
on all conversation by tlio means
of signs nnd gesticulations , and
all hope of the reeo\L ry of lingual
powers had long since been abandoned.
Some months .since a friend called upon
him and detailed an account of a re
markable euro , which not only encom
passed the restoration of the hearing
alone , but that of sight , too , of a patient
who had for months , aye , years , been
deprived of these precious gifts ,
and who , in a sort of despera
tion had called upon n faith
doetrcss , who has her .shop at the corner
of Twenty-sixth and Leavenworth
streets. But two visits , and the marvel
lous work was done. The atllictcd was
alllicted no longer , tlio precious boons of
eight and hearing both returned imper
ceptibly , without warning or premoni
tion. The patient was at n loss to know
when or how the departed senses re
turned. And who is there so presump
tuous as to offer an elucidation ?
This wondrous story made an impres
sion on 1 lusted , and three weeks ago ,
ono Sabbath evening , ho called upon t7iis
faith doctress , and invrlting made
known his trouble and desires.
That was all there was of it. Ho sat
there in the room with this mysterious
healer of the sick for the spacu of half an
hour , when she signified that ho might
depart. The next morning on awaken
ing , Husted , on essaying to
speak , reali/.ed that the faculty
had been restored to him , and
to-day , barring a sort of a hitch or im
pediment in his pronunciation , lie talks
as plainly and understandiugly as he did
twenty years ago.
What is the faith cure , anyway ? Is it
tlio effect of the mental inlluonees alone ,
or is there some vague and indefinable
anodyne in tlio presence of a favored and
isolated few that works these wonders
upon the'many , that heals the sick , mit
igates painand brings back the functions
and faculties thought to have forever
Any teacher desiring a situation in the
public schools of West Point , Nob..would
do well to attend the examination of
teachers to be hold in that place Aug.
5th. and Cth. Only good teachers need
apply. Address D. S. DUIKNDKUY ,
Chairman Examining Committee Board
of Education , West i'oint , Neb.
KEEP OUT OP THE WAY.
The Attempts of Contractor Stuht
Contractor Stuht , it seems , is now en
gaged in a four-sided light , ono side of
which comprises several persons whoso
moving of houses interfere with his grad
ing on Eleventh street. Two of these
have houses on that thoroughfare -
faro which they desire to move. To dose
so during the day time , Stulit claims
would iutorfora with his work , and this ,
the bo ard of publiu works says must not
bo allowed. To prevent these people
from pulling their houses out in the strcoet
during tlio ni ht without a guarantee
that the latter will be out of the way be
fore morning , Mr. Stuht nightly locks up
his lingo grading machines in front of
the houses in question and thus prevents
house movers from working in
front of thorn. Saturday , however -
over , n man named Hight moved
his across llth on Williams street and
got into tlio way of Stuht's men and de
layed them for more than an hour. Hight
showed the authority of Building Inspec
tor Wliitlock , Chief Seavoy and Assist-
tant City Attorney Davis for his move.
In the stand taken by these men they act
in contlict witli the board
of public works. Stuht pro
poses to bring suit against the city-
for $03 , claiming his expenses per minute -
ute are $1. and his men were idle sixty-
two minutes as u conscqucnco of the
moving , _
The Kearney Sale.
Tlio auction sale of lots in Kearney
next Thursday , August llth , will draw n
number of buyers from all parts of tlio
state , and will no doubt meet the best
hopes of Mr. J. S. Harringtontho owner.
In this connection it will bo ns well testate
state that Mr. W. G. Albriglit.of this city ,
lias no interest in this sale , and his name
was used in the advertisement in the BKK
through u misunderstanding.
Herewith will bq found the registry of
the signal scrvico thermometer for yes
At 0 a. m. , 09 degrees.
At 2 p. in. , 83 degregs.
Wj uuaiwujp jjjjj.
This powder never vnrlcs. A marvel of pur-
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sold In competition vrlth tlio multitude ot lewDest
Dost Ihort welKht alum or pho phnto powders.
Sold only lu ran' . HovAL IlAKl.sa I'owDKB Co.
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f * That "tired" feeling and nil female weak
nesses promptly cured. Illonting Headaches ,
Nervous Prostration , tlenural Debility , Sleep-
lesintiss , Depression nnd Indigestion , Ovarlou
trouhlns , Inllnmnmtlon and t'lceiation , Falling
nnd Displacement" , Spinal weakness Kidney
complaints nnd Change of Life. Consult th
EYE ANL CHflimationof EAQ AcutoorChronlcInllnm the Uji-Ildsor
lilobonmt tar or Near Slghtednoss , Inversion
of the Llde. Scrolulous 12yv , rii'ointlons , In-
llammatloits , Alisco-s , Dimness of \ isionof ono
or both cof , and Tumors ol Ltd.
rw InllnmmaUon of the Kar. I'lccrntlon or
Catarrh. Internal or External Deulness , or
I'aralyels , blngingor HoarinBr noises , Thickened
Drum , etc.
UCDlinUC Debility. Spormatorrhn-n , Som-
RCIfWUUv Inal Lossci , Night Kinlsslnns ,
LofS if Vital 1'owor , Sleoplos ness , Despond
ency , Loss of Memory , Confusion of Ideas ,
llluri lUforo thn Kyos , Liihsltudo , Languor ,
Gloominess , Depression ol Spirits , Aversion lo
Society , r.nslly Dlscournired , Lack of Contl-
donee , Inll ) , Listless , L'nllt for Study or llust-
ne < 9 , and llnds llfo n hurdon , Safely , 1'urnui-
nontly and 1'rlvatoly Cured.
Dl AHA * OV1U Diseases , Syphilis a ill-
DLUUU M wIVIH hea'ii most horrllilo In
its reriults completely eriidlcaled without the
1110 of mercury. Berofula , Erjslpel.iB , l'o\er
Sores. Hloiches.l'lmplei. L'lceis , pains in the
Head and Hones , Hjnhllltlo Pore Tlnoiit.Mouth
nnd Tonpue , Olandnltir hnlarfement of the
NecK , Hheumntism , Catarrh , etc. , I'ormunently
Cured Whim Otnon HUM ) rull < iil.
IIDIUIDV Kidney ami llludnor trouhlog ,
UnlHlltlTl Wtak Hack , Ilimilnw Trine.
Frequency of UrttatlQK , I'rlne hlh colored or
milky sedhncntonfitandlntr , lonorrhi ! > n , Cleet ,
Cystitis , etc , promptly nnd enlely curod.
Charges rcasonatiii' .
PRIVATE DISEASES IffiS
Kleot , nrloliiro. fetnlnnl omissions , lo'.s of eox-
ual power , weakness ot the soxuul orgnm.want
of desire In male or female , whether Irom Im
prudent habits ol young or t-exunl habits In
mature years , or nnr cause that debilitates the
sexual junctions , tpeedily uud permanently
Coninltntlon free nnd strictly confidential.
Medicine sent free from observation to all
parts of the United States. Conoxpondenco
receive prompt attention. No letters an
swered unlo-S accompanied by four cents In
itamps. noii'l stamp tor pamnlilcl and list of
nuosilons. Tornis girlctljcash. . Call on or ud-
D1C * I ( Mttltlt l\ > r.l\ t
No. 314 South 13th St , Omuha , Nub.
W UlffiEVELOPED PARTS
ol th todf inltrfeU and ilrenjtbfunl , Full rartlo-
ll r | ( wled ) ( rte. KIK MED , CO. , Buffalo , K-JT.
A BREEZE ,
In order to create a little stir during this , for the clothing trade ;
usually quiet spell , we have placed on sale for this week , and until
they are all disposed of , about
One thousand suits comprising four different lines afc the following
One lot men's sack suits made of good Union Oassimere ; a nice small
check , serge lining , covered buttonsand altogether made up in good
substaitial ? manner , at $3.75 a suit.
Two lots of men's sack suits , both the same quality but different patterns - ,
terns of dark , very neat mixtures , lined with serge and well made
at $4.50. These suits are of good medium weight and would be
adapted for wear now as well as later on in the season.
One lot of young mens' suits , sizes from 33 to 38 , a splendid pattern of
silk mixture cassimere , Italian lining and elegantly made for $5,25.
Our object in placing these suits 011 sale at these prices is two-fold ;
Firstly , to meet the wants of a large class of our patrons.aud to ena
ble them to get , at a time of the year when no one feels like buying ex
pensive clothing , a substantial and good looking suit at a merely
nominal price. Our second and main object is to advertise ourselves ) If !
and pave the way for the immense fail business for which we prepare
and which we expect to do.
All goods marked in plain figures and at striotlv one price at
i Clothing Company
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
During July and August , our store closes at G30 : ! p. m. , except Saturday.
EAT AUCTION SALE
Business and Residence Property.
In the Heart of the City. This is a Chance of a Lifetime for Investors.
Having engaged in mercantile business , I have decided to sell about one half of my real es
tate in tlu > center of the "Future Great" of the Platte Valley , the Queen City of the Plains ,
and shortly to become
THE MINNEAPOLIS OF NEBRASKA.
The Seven Business Lots are across the street and fronting the new $75,000 hotel , now nearly V-
completed , and the Opera House , to bo built immediately.
The Eighty Dwelling Lots are adjoining the 810,000 Third Ward School House yard , and
are being connected with the main streets by sideAvalks , being distant only seven blocks , or
three fourths of a mile nearer the business part of the city than any other additions that liava
recently been put on the market.
INVESTORS , DON'T DROP ALL YOUR CASH
In distant additions around Omaha and Lincoln , which have already been boomed enough
for ten years , but'Come to Kearney , where the boom has just commenced. The progressive
and enterprising clement will soon make Kearney the third , if not the sccjond city of the
state , by utilizing its
GRAND WATER POWER
Developing the Summer Resorts around its silvery lakes , and last , but not least , establishing
the most Magnificenta Chautauqu Grounds in the west. Kearney's natural advantages are
without a rival for live hundred miles.
TEEMS OF SALE Terms on dwelling property , easy , and made known on day of sale.
Terms on business property , as follows : One-fifth cash , and balance in four annual payments ,
the last two to be forfeited if I do not erect a five story brick , 85x100 feet , adjoining property
fora bank and wholesale house. For further particulars , inquire of PAGE & 1UIOADES ,
Auctioneers , Lincoln , Neb. , or
J. S. IIAIUUNGTON , Kearney , Neb.
Free excursion for investors , from all points in Nebraska , who purchase and pay for $200
worth of property.
Onir.ha Dontnl Asso
Dr. Ilaugliawont. .
teeth fully Vlr- !
ciation. Host sets fO ,
rnntcil. Teeth without plate , brlclgu
work ami crowns of every approved
kind , insortfcdby the most satisfactory
method. Hollman block , cor. lath and
DR. OTTERBOURC ,
for.tr lllk .J D.4t < BU , Ulilli , > *
RECUIU GMCIIATE IK MEDICINE. AHO tNCIAL PMCTITIO
Auth > riir > ll < > trr.l .11 Chm.le Ntnou * .ml 'i * ! * ! ! * * * "
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Orrmlloiu. VtolJ. in. , t to > l > " t f' "
through crrois und bad iir ctlc t CURED.
A NAN Colli'iro , I'os Mollies , IIIWH. A
CALL School lor RhN. Full Courses of
Btinly. Spouinl mlvnntiiKea In MuMc. Art , Mod-
cru I.itiiiriincf'8 mid Kluoiitlon. Full term boRing -
Ring bopt. till. AtlUrcss the prcililont , C. It.
CHisTiit. : : ) th vi-nropons HIU'TUMIIKU II.
A MIU'l'AllV UlM.Kdi : .
nionr.is : : IN nvii , UNC.INKKKINO ,
CIIUMISTKV. AIM HITKOrUltli , AHTS.
I'rt'pnnitniy Cunning. Tlioroimh Tuclinlriil
\\irli. All Departments conducted by iiblo
I'ltOFKSSOIiS. Mllltiiry Hystoin nnconil only to
that ol I' . S M A. AnmmN of Limit hT Ifurt-
| i It , 14 < l.ri Slicnnan Av . , Oily : or Cliluf 1'uy-
mHstoi'sOniri1 , AmullPHtlciimrtora. .
Ul ) * TlliO. : I1VAT1' , I'roslilOiit.
rFISIIKIHi.OvTnil SOl ! , S.T.
Selecjjlome School ,
i J. FKUU SMITH. A , 11
| - . : ( ) . INRTITI'TK-FiOPholiI , N. V. ,
Ulhyear. I'reparos for I'miceton , Viilo ,
Columbia , Harvard , ami for Iluslness. Itov. A.
( i. enamours , A. M , 1'rlnuipal.
U. S. DKI'OSITOIIY ,
Paid up Capital . $250,000
Surplus . , . . .42,600
II. W. Yntes , President.
A. K , Touxiilin , Vico-Prcsldcnt.
W. 11. S. HiiRlics , Cashier ,
W V. Morse , I hn S Collins ,
II.V. . Yatcs , Lewis S. Heed.
A. E. Tou/.altn.
HANKING OFt'JCK :
THE IRON BANK
Cor. 12th tind Fnrnani 15ts.
A General liaukinr UuslnesH Tranaacte
Iiistruinrnttt cvcliiiiiril , rented and
sold on ctn > y ixtyincntu , below
fnstrnmcntx t > 1liMlinurd ( at
Max Meyer & Bro
Omalia , Neb.
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