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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. .AUGUST 19. 1887.
THE HALF-BREED MURDERER ,
William Barada Hold in the United States
Oonrt Tor the Murder of Peter Difier.
GENERAL CROOK AND THE UTES.
Important Correspondence On the Al
leged Outbreak A Number of
News of IntcrcHt.
William Unrada , a half-breed arrested
two weeks sineo in Kiuhardson county
charged with tlio murder of another half-
breed , one Peter Wilier , was arraigned
before Judge Duiuly in tlio United States
court yesterday morning and pleaded
The examination on the port ot the
government was conducted by United
States Attorney I'rltclictt , while Harada
was represented by F. J. Mahoney.
George Neil' first took ttio stand and
testllied in substance , as follows : Know
Uarada and had heard of Dilier. Saw
them both at ray house on tlio day of the
killing. Uilier came one evening and
Uarada tlio next. Wo were them alto
gether making sweet corn. Don't know
what Darada canto for. Nothing of an
unpleasant character took phioi * between
the men until after supper. Dilior's wife
wax at tlio house with my wife. After
supper we were sitting round out in the
yard and Difier aid to Harada : "Hill ,
I have understood by three or four dif
ferent men that you are trying to get
around my wife. " Uarada said it was a
lie. Difier had a knife In his hand and
Baradn says "Don't you cut me with
that knife , " and Pete said : "No , I won't ,
I can lick you without a knife. " Ho
th n struck Uarada with his left hand ;
ho had the knife in his right. Bill ran
and Dilier after him. They disappeared
In the brush. When 1 next saw them
they were back by the big kettle where
wo were boiling the corn. I
ran up to keep thorn apart ,
but could not. Difier said
something 1 couldn't understand , then
Hill struck him with a heavy oak club ,
and loft. Difier dropped like log , 1
pulled him over on his aide and saw the
gash in his head , also that his lip was
split open. Don't know when ho got the
lick that cut his lip. Ilia wife and my
wife and son Wilho came , and wo washed
Dlfier's head and carried him into tlio
house and sent for Dr. Crigsloy. Ho
came , dressed his wound and staid all
night. The next morning his wife
removed him np to M. Deroy's. Tlio
next morning liarada rode up and
wanted to go in and see Dilier. 1 asked
what ho wanted to do that for , and ho
aid , "to finish him. " Harada had lost
his hat in tlio fight tlio previous evening
and had returned to recover it.
William Ncfl testified Saw Unrada
strike Dificr in the mouth with a hatchet
after they came back from the bush to
tlio kettlo. He hit him immediately
afterward with the club as father was
trying to part them. Dilier died at
Dr. A. H. Nowkirk , of Falls City , testi
fied Saw Dilior Sunday after the light
His upper lip was cut through , and there
was a gash across the top of his head.
The bkull was crushed and 1 could feel
the soft tissues. 1 considered it u fatal
Other testimony followed establishing
Harada's identity and the murderous as
sault , after which ho was held without
bail on the charge of murder for the ac
tion of the grand jury , which will bo con
vened on tlio tilth of next September.
Telegrams on the Alleged Uprising
The First information from the alleged
sent of war in tlio mountains of Colorado ,
In response to telegrams from General
Crook , reached here yesterday. It
came in a telegram addressed to Lieu
tenant Kennon , who is now acting as
sistant adjutant general. It is as fol
Foivr DUCIIRSNE , Utah , Aueust 10 , via
Price , Utah , 17. Lieutenant S. W. V.Keii-
non , A. I ) . 0. , Omaha , Neb. , 5 p. in. : Humors
from Colorado line receive careful attention.
On Sunday last IJyrnes unlit to Meeker em
ploye McAndrows , with Wass Charlie Chov-
nnaiiKh. McCook and six other Utes to ascer
tain facts. On receipt of your telegram this
morning I drove to Ouray , where liyrnes Is
revising the pay-roll of Uncompahgres. While
there , a letter as follows came from
McAndrows : KANGI.KV , Col. , August 15 , 11
a. m. "I lind everything all right In Hluo
Mountains and bore ; whites seem to think
that people around -Meeker are pretty badly
scared , iiavo seen nobody that knows any-
thlug from Meeker. Wo leave hero after din
ner toiMeokor. The Indian with me wants
you to loll Indians at Uintab and Ouiay not
to bo scared. Will write again when we lind
out more. Wass , McCook and myself go to
[ Signed ] JoiiNMcAnniiK\VB. "
McAndrews Is thoroughly reliable. As
soon as his next Is received will forward by
telegraph. Indians living at the agencies
are undisturbed. All at home. Old Colorow
Is said to be hunting In the mountains ol
Colorado. Young Colorow Is with McAn
drews. JAMKS F. HANIH.RTT ,
Major Commanding Ninth Cavalry.
The following telegram was received
by General Crook and telegraphed to
General Merritt , commander of the De
partment of Missouri :
DKNVKH , Cor , . , August 17. General
Crook , Omaha : From sixty to ninety Indians
under Colorow , giving trouble In north
west Colorado. They are now between
Meeker and the head-waters of White river.
Troops can come from Kawllns via Dixon to
Edith , 12J miles , stage route. Edith is thirty
miles northeast of tint Indians , Uallroad
within twenty miles of Glenwood springs.
Olenwood springs is Ilfty miles south of the
Indians , Tsvo troops of cavalry , ouo by
( ilen\\ood , ono by Itawllns , could
drive them to the reservation. One
at Meeker would cut otf their retreat.
Think troops should bo sent at once and HXVC
unnecessary bloodshed. Illl meet and go
with troops It wanted. 1'lease answer at
once. HUI.I. ,
United States Marshal.
At last accounts the general hall nol
not heard from General Morrittandycs <
tcrday sent thu following telegram to
Major Hull from whom the ubovo was
United States Marshal , Denver , Col. :
your telegram received. Information from
the Indian agent is to cflect that all i ml I ant
ire on reservation except Colorow and hU
small band who are said to bo lumtlnt : lu the
mountains. As soon as Information of a
ielinlto character as to Indian depredations
Is rccehed timncdUte action will bo taken.
The following was sent to Governor
rVilams , Colorado :
Your telt'sram was forwarded vtlth renuesi
tor Instructions. Troops can not bu used t <
assist state authorities In execution of civil
POUCH without orders fiom tlio president
They are ready to move on receipt of dctlniti
Information as to what the Indian outbreak
consists of. Citooic ,
FttOls About Tlioso of Whom Informa
.ticu 1 Wanted ,
Mrs. Kiln Hrlght Morris , of Alnsworth
Nob. , has written to Coroner Drexel
asking if ho knows anything about he
husbiuul who mysteriously disappcaret
from his home on August it , and has no
since been hoard from. Ho left homo ii
search of work , being a blacksmith b ;
trmlo , and it was thought ho had coin
to Omaha. His ago is thirty-eight , heigh
live feet and nine Incho3 , weight IS
pounds , light complexion , dark hai
mixed witli sprays of grey , largo bin
eyes , light browli tuouatuclio , and rathe
thin in the fnco ,
) Ut litw been loamcd tbat Norris stopptfi
on the night of the third Instant , nt Nor-
rls' hotel , on North Sixteenth. Ho said
that ho had a car load of hogs at the yards
which he wanted to sell that morning.
Ho left without paying his bill and has
not since been heard from.
LOOKING FOIt AMHE.
There was a sad-eyed young man in
town yesterday. His hamo was Lean-
dcr J. Conway. Ho had come In from
Culbertson , in this state , where ho had
been to ECO his wife's mother. Ho
thought his wife might be with her , but
she was not. She was last seen in
Omaha , and before that , on Tuesday
week slio had left Des Molncs and run
away , bag , baggage and every
thing else , including their boy
about seven yearn of ago , with a man
named Emery Smith , who leaves behind
him a wife and two children. Conway
cares now only for his boy , but doubts if
ho will ever sco him again.
G. A , Shannon , of Fiftcentn and
Davenport , desires information of his
son , Robert Shannonwho has been miss
ing for the past two weeks. Young
Shannon is nineteen years old , though
small for his ace. Any information as to
his whereabouts will bo thankfully re
There is at Ihe depot of the Chicago ,
Minneapolis & St. Paul railway a woman
named Mrs. Draper , who with two chil
dren , came from Linwood , in Nebraska
last night. Shu is looking for her hus
band , who telegraphed her to meet him
ycstordav , The husband has not yet ap
peared a'nit the wlfju and children are in
For Sale Ice , car lots. Hoogc Packing
'o. ' , Sioux City , Iowa.
Mil. I ) . I ) . 1 > ATIS TALKS.
CF.DAU RAPIDS , Nob. , August 17. To
.he Editor of tlio UKI : : If the time over
ionics when a man should speak for him-
inlf , it seems to me that it must have ar-
ivod in my case. Referring to the item
n your issue of the 12th , I wish to say
hat when relieved I was handling the
reight accounts of the Union Pacific
ailway 4,800 mile system with less force
han that employed by the Chicago ,
Turlington & Quincy freight auditor to
landle his 2,000 miles , and less than that
miployed by my predecessor , Mr. Tay-
or on the same work. This is no dis
credit to Mr. Taylor personally but to
the system , which was much
more expensive than the ono
n present use , if handled
n a way to insure the collection of the
eronue , and this fact was doubtless
known to Mr. Taylor , as ho said to mo
ho system was not what it should bobut
hat there never seemed to bo a favor
able tirno for making a change.
The expense incurred in making re
ports to the government and statements
"or tho'invcstigating commission should
ot be charged to mo nor to the system.
The cost of handling the claim depart
ment has necessarily increased homewhat
"n carrying out the policy of the admin-
.stratioii , that all claimants , whether
rich or poor , small shippers or latge
shippers , should bo dealt with justly , and
have full and prompt altention. There
is also some increase in work in
the way of makinc vouchers more
full and self-explanatory , and the rec
ords a little more olabprato to avoid
future trouble , but the increase in ex
pense caused by spreading out the de
partment is not chargeable to mo. In
comparing our payroll with those of
other roads , it should bo berne in mind
that our salaries arc much more liberal ,
and that the pay of fifty Union Pacific
clerks will amount to as much as the pay
of sixty or sixty-five clerks in the employ
of eastern roads. Your stalcracnt that 1
employed 100 clerks shows that your in
formant is either very ignorant or very
untrutliful.possibly both. Icannotgivc tlio
exact number in service when I turned
over the ollico , but it was about 120 , I
think less , including those engaged on
government statements and in all the
outside olliccs , and by looking up the in
creasing mileage the incrcaso in tons
moved and in the number of claims
bandied it vill be found that the showing
is a creditable ono for mo. It has been
charged that I made sweeping re
movals of old clerks , while the fact is
that I never in my life discharged a man
except for bad habits , drink , etc. , or for
insubordination. The earnings , statisti
cal , pool , way-bill revision , claim-check
ing , station account , government ac
count , company freight and agents cor
rection departments are all in charge
of men who wore in the employ of the
Union Pacific railroad when I came hero ,
and there are men in the ollico to-day
who have fought mo continually , anil
tried in every way to do me injury , but
whoso ugliness I have borne with , be
cause I feared their children might wanl
for food and clothing , if their foolish
fathers were thrown out of employment ,
Is it not barely possible that I am not
so black us painted , and that the wave ol
reform has struck the wrong man this
time ? D. D. DAVIS.
THE 11ENSON LINE.
Cars for this route are expected here
in a day or two. The track has been put
in good order and the motor has been
practicing along the line for several
days. Last evening it was left near the
corner of Mercer and Lowe avenues ,
from which there Is a down grade to the
junction with the street car track , some
blocks distant. Ulocks were placed undot
the wheels but some meddlesome indi <
vidual removed them early in the even
ing and the motor took an eastward
flight. It slopped after a short spin. People
ple who saw the escapade say that the
motor did better work on its wild cat
trip and with less noise than when
steamed up and under the control of an
C. W. Adams.assistant passenger agon )
of the Chicago & Pennsylvania road is in
the city. Ho is a warm friend of First
Vice-President Potter and it is rumored
Mr. Adams conies here for a proiuincul
Court Carrier arrived here ycstc.ulaj
from Ashland. Wis. , accompanied bj
his brother. Ho is quite feeble as yel
after his serious illness but on the fail
way to recovery.
Al Johnson , enginecrof locomotive No ,
607 , is now called the Oscar Wilde of ttu
Locomotive brotherhood. Ho has hi :
engine decorated with sunilowcrs everj
H. Pierce , representing the Kirkpatncfc
Bro. , contractors for the construction ol
tlio U. & M. to Cheyenne from Curtis or
the present mam line , loft with u gang ol
men for the opeiatlvo points yesterday
Ho says the line will bo built to Cheyenne
Notice for Proposals.
Notice Is hereby given thq.5 , \\\Q \ \ \ schoo
board of the Independent , school dlstrio
of Villisca , la. , will receive sealed bid
for the erection of a school building n
said Indp't district up to Sop. 1 , lbS7
when all bias will bo opened and con
tract let to the lowest rcsuonsiblo bidder
the board , however , reserves the right ti
reject any and all bids. The plans am
spcciticatious may be seen at the store o
.1. T. Ingmau , president of the board a
Villisca , la. , and at the ollico of F. M
Kllis , architect , Omaha , Nob.
U. D. DOI.SON , J. T. INGJUN.
Miss KIttio Hathaway , whoso lover dis
appsarml with her purm so mysteriousl ;
a few days ago , left last night for tli
more congenial scenes of Green River
Wyoming. She says that when Hacket
skipped ho loft her a note saying ho wa
Unexpectedly called away and that h
had tent her purse to her with $20 add !
tlonal by a messenger boy. She firml
believes the story and thinks that tli
messenger boy has qufetly ppcketed th
BOUTU OMAHA NEWS.
Mrs. Haflcrty has returned after a few
weeks visit in Fremont and Wahoo.
H. Hoyinan , Atlantic , la. , came to the
city and will start a clothing store on
Ike Williamson has sold his saloon on
Twenty-sixth and N streets to Al Gray.
P , G. Hudson has gone to Hod Cloud ,
Hal Savage loft yesterday for Sargoant ,
Neb. , on a months' visit.
Lodge 79 , K. of P. , will meet to-night
to initiate eleven new members in the
Captain J. J.Gruhn's show left the city
for Omaha yesterday.
A letter from Vull , la. , was missnnt to
the South Omaha postollico which had
following yerse instead of an address.
Oh bear mo away at a rapid rate ,
To Nuckolls county , Nebraska state ,
At Lawrence postotllco let mo he ,
'Till Minnln Nowcoin calls for me.
Michael Loyo , charged with assault
and battery , was dismissed by Judge
Mrs. J. H. Johnson , who was in the
tlty for some days , lias returned to her
omo in Lincoln.
Mrs. Mundt , who lias been very ill , is
A runaway match ocnurred in the city
. few days ago. The girl in the case was
fourteen-year-old daughter of Mr.Hohn ,
ml the man John McCormick ,
gcd twenty-seven years , an cnv
.iloyo in Fowlers packing house.
The girl was attractive and inex-
icnonccd. and the man boarded at
icr parents houso. The elopement was
complete surprise to all. A letter stnt-
ng that they were in Chicago was re
ceived by the gjrl's parents. What makes
he case worse is tiiat no information of a
marriage ceremony between them has
On Saturday night last Mrs. William
Dixon departed from the city on the 11:45 :
dummy , having with her all her earthly
belongings in two satchels , except her
husband , and probably the reason ho
was not there is that ho was not informed
f her projected trip. Her sisters , too ,
who resided in the same house , were as
ignorant ot her actions as Ihe husband.
Time flow on its way , and her absence
and that of the "grips" was noted , and
then speculation ai > to her wherabouts
was indulged in by her husband , family
and acquaintances , but nothing could bo
ascertained up to this time. It is sup
posed she is in Kansas.
Mr. Dixon is a tailor by trade , but has
jeen working in a lumber yard for some
time and had been heard to cast
reflections on his wife's characltr.
Some davs ago ho attempted lo
st.irl a tailor shot ) , but failed. Wednes
day night ho went into Omaha , but did
not sav what for , and has not returned
yet. The woman , Mrs. Dixon , is a sister
of Cora Leo , of the Springfield ( Mo )
murder trial noloricly , and her family
came here from Auburn not long ago.
For Sale Tec , car lots. Boogc Packing
Co. , Sioux City Iowa. ,
Tlio Strike of Stevens & Son's Men
Ended Favorably to the Men.
Yesterday the strike of the carpen
ters , employed by Stevens & Son , was
amicably adjusted and to the satis
faction of all concerned. As a consequence
quence the men wont to work , and
with the express understanding that
they are to be paid according to
the agreement entered into between
the men and employers last June , which ,
later the contractors failed to live up to.
As a consequence of the refusal , the
carpenters' union , on last Friday , or
dered the men in Stevens' shop to go
out , with which order they immediately
complied. The contraclors , however ,
changed their minds as mentioned , and
now all of the carpenters are again at
work. A special agreement was entered
into with this firm and their men
will receive nine hours' pay for eight
hours' worK on Saturday.
An Excursion to Mil ford.
The Stone Ballast lodge of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen , of Phitts <
the state. The knights of the scoop in
mouth will give an excursion to-morrow
to Milford , the noted picnic city oi
Omaha and Lincoln have also taken hold ,
and will send a largo number to swell the
throng. Milford is located on the Hhu
river , twenty miles west of Lincoln. Nest
ling in tlio bosom of the river is the fa
mous Shogo Island , on which
the Clam Hake club has raised
a castle and reared a gorgeouso altar in
honor of their annual "fill. " Tlio local
ity has ample timber for shade and recrC'
atiou , while the facilities tor boating arc
unexcelled. The train will leave Omalin
on the H. & M. at 8:15 : , reaching Milford
about noon , and starts on the return at 1
p. m. The round trip is 11)8 ) miles ,
through ono of the richest sections of the
state. The Omaha lodge are making
every arrangement for safety and com
fort and expect to take out a largo party
on pleasure bent.
Yesterday afternoon Charles Douil
deputy collector of internal revenue
was married to Miss Emma Dixon
at the residence of the bride's parents ,
2310 California street. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. W. J
ilarslui , who returned yc terdaj
from iiis bummer vacation. There
were only a few of the most intimate
friends of tlio celebrating parties pres
ent , among whom wore the aged parents
of the the croom , who had come frorr
Scranton , Pa. , to attend their son's
nuptials. Mr. Doud , for six years , has
tilled the importanl position of do put 3
collector , anil is ono ot the most success ,
ful men who have ever occupied the po
sition. Mr. and Mrs. Doud left foi
Spirit Lake last evening and will enjoy a
bridal tour of several weeks.
Vnn Norman's Cut-off Lake Flotilla ,
Mr. W A- Van Norman , who keeps i
boat house , refreshment stand and a llo
tilla of fifty boats at Cut-oil' lake , thinks
that a recent article in the UIE : regard
ing some scenes and incidents in the vi
cmity of the lake referred to his place , a
least ho is under the impression tha
inauv people believe that i
was particularly aimed nt him
Such , however , was not the fact
The article was general in its object. Mr
Van Norman keeps a temperance refreshment
freshmont stand , selling only lemonadi
and pop and such drinks , and endeavor
in every way to conduct his business in i
respectable way. in proof of this hi
patrons are respectable and orderly pcq
pie , who come to the lake to enjoy a sai
in his boats during these pleasant sumnie
ovouing. Mr. Van Norman solicits ( h
patronage only of orderly people , oilier
wise ho could have no hopes of makini
his business remunerative.
A Rare Document.
Richard J. A. O'Reilly , the popular at
tacho of the Pullnmrt Car company , wn
at the county judge's oflioo yesterday t
sign a document very rare in these parti
It was a disentailing asstiranc
deed. lu other words Mr. O'Reill
was fixing his sign manual to a papc
that would renounce his right to proport
in Ireland that had been in Mi family fc
70 0 years. This had to bo done in urdc
to permit the disposal of the same in th
old country ami permit collections <
This powder norer vnrli'8. A mm vol of pur-
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descriptions. General information to ROM
comers freely given.
cisescurrd. Nol > nlle , Urunaorclamps used.
, Yi y. Supply Co , liox7 * & , S
NEARLY DONE ,
The carpenters and painters who have for some weeks past had pos
session of our upper floors , are about finished , and we are happy testate
state we shall in the near future , open all our floors tor business. The
elegant passenger elevator we are now nutting in will make access to
the upper floors easy. The tremendous increase in our business since
we opened , has induced us to make preparations for the coming season -
son on a gigantic scale. We are now having manufactured , and will
soon have on exhibition the handsomest and richest lines of Fall and
Winter goods , and when everything is ready , we shall show a stock of
mens' and boys' clothing second to none in the country.
In addition to our clothing and furnishing goods , we shall , in a few
days , open a complete line of hats. This department will occupy the
rear of the second floor , and will contain a larger stock than any hat
house in the city. As the goods will be all new , we shall only show
the latest styles , and we shall sell them with the same low margin oi
profit as we do all our other goods.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price at
Nebraska Clothing Company
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
During July and August , our store closes at 6:30 : p. m. , except Saturday.
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
Cor. 13th St. and Capitol Ave. , OMAHA , NEB.
ron TI1K TUEATUENT OF Al I.
CHRONIC < @ SURGICAL DISEASES
BRACES AND APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES. TRUSSES.
A'ID THE Hew Vinicoccic SUSPENSORY GUMP COMPRESS.
fltt fttcIUtfel ipptratni and irm.'lki forltirrviifiiltrrftttnrnt * f
rry f ) in amaoirqulring \ > lJk ) or Finrir l tirnlmrut
WIUTB FOR CIRCILARI on Itefortnltiei .nil Binren Club ffpf ,
CurvattunofllieSplnr PUr .Tumnrl t.ncti.C.lirrh Itronrt llii ,
1iih l llun , H.clrlcllv l > r./.l ! < F > ll pijr , Kl.ln.Bl dJ.r , F ; ,
bar , hkin , nllllo > i > lt ftnj ttlliJurgicAl Oj vr.llonl.
Hook on Diseases of Women FREE.
Only Reliable MEDICAL INSTITUTE
M \KINO A SPECIALTY OK
PRIVATE , SPECIAL 3D4 NERVOUS DISEASES.
All ni v d I > IWA PI nicer < fully tr * r > < 1. SrpHlltle PA.MII removr *
from the iit < mi wttlunil mercury New Hcfttoritive Tieatmtnt for
MofMtftl Power I'eron uimbld to Ylult my Itelrrttnl at
inf , hy Cormpondonot All f < immunlrtti < ' > n Confidential llcdl
ctnrior Instrumenti * 'iit hy mallor fit rc * % Mctirely f icktd no
in * i hi to Indicate mnientifr tcudfr unfl i ertonil fntfivlew pr
ferM Call nndrotnullut otMii IhUtorjr ofycur caw , with tump ,
ami we will ieu4 hi J > Ulo wrapixr , our
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
Upon TMviif * Qp cli ] * nl Nervoun Ii * iif < SrinlnalrFtkrfj
permatmrli'in , lm ( > ot nrjr , 8 ? | hlllt , Gonoitliaa , Glett , and * " 1
corele Ilnomi fir patient * . Art Inn ,
OMAHA Mr.IMtHL & Sl'ItfllCAL nSTITlT , or
Di. HcHenamy , Cor. 13tli st. & Capitol AY.Omdoa , Neb ,
Medical Hooka or Papers Free.
The proprietor ot tbu Onmlm Medical and burgl-
CH ! Inlltu'tt ' h IB publl heel a vitluabio ao ofbuok4
, uui papers upon uliruiiluunu surgical dl'-ctt'ei and
JefoimilloR , und t'io methods ut euro whlcli Imvo
Klvon Inm t ie reputation of tiolnc the most skillful
and iuccossft'l ipe lalUt In the we t , and randu the
Institute BO colu ruled that ni dlclnei arc sent to
mid p itientn rccul e I troui cvury ttato In the union.
AnionK the bookf U ono upon the dlaeu'ca of
womun ; ono upon nervou * . special und private din-
pane of the oual and urinary nrzans , virUoculo
cured by itirulcal opera'lonv and their Intel ; Invent
ed cl.imp rnmproB eii'p nsory for the relief and
rutc if varlooce'c. nervous evlmu-tlon mill eoiuM
dabl Ity nen rostor.itlTO treatment I'a era upon
Biirnlnil braces , pllei , c.ancc-ip ralyil , tin. Kloc-
trlclty and fir ne v mngnctlcbnt'erv for homo me ;
catarrh and Inhalation , ttc Unlike mnt books
| FIMI I ! by dnc'or * tree , they do not conrlit of test-
monlalH with llctltlou" n imenaml Initial' , or rubblnh
of that kind but are plain description * of cllicjios.
symptoms now d coverlet In medicine eur.'cry
and electricity and are wi II worth the purusil and
can no nbtulnod free bi addroi lnz the Omaha Medi
cal anil RuriMcal InMltu'c , l.Jtli street aud Capitol
arcnue , Omaha. Nebraska.
Instrument * exchanged , rented and
sold on easy payments , below
Factory Prices ,
TnRtruments sllyhtly used at
Max Meyer & Bro
Omaha , Neb.
DR. OTTERBOURC ,
C r tr Illk d D > < ( < BU , Olilli , Jl .
iREC'JUl ' CMOIUU IN MEDICINE. SPECItL PRiCTIllONEI
Anthorlud to Irtil > U Chron Ktrvoui o4 ' S | fUI Di ii "
( ktU > r i . < kj l r.d. . , ? I M or , .l.fl. ) Miuiull
Wfiknru ( nlilit loun ) tkiail IkUUIr , ( ! < " ' " " * ' I" " " )
K rout IWUtjr ) , Illutitl Ji trd rt , 4 . Cuin | fU rBil * 4 or moiwjr
tflindfd. Ch > rr k > . IhoiiMndi ef tmi cuff I * * < * 'f
l ic r lmpon..t All mrdielnM til'cUII ; pi p.r \ ruf t1 lo-
iiVKluklciM. No lnuri ) ui cr DOI * nou mropouBdi uwl > onm
Ion rruin tutfnn. r > l..i > u it i dliunn Irr.lM by l.llft i > J
eiirru. > I > lld > ! > ! rrrwh r ft from MM or Lr t n.
tor 1-eert tump will 1C. II 1 IlLU Uix on H . i l rok [ . r
OiMllon , " nul JVMI'IOU lltl on which l f l lull J1"0 ? , , " ,
. Otdui UM
u > . but jour < > u for unu
proiapUj. SKIMufa.rv.4 , u or tj mall
_ Ofnci Met" . .
Broiling can bo done in tlio oven of tlio
Charier Oak ItaiiRO or Htovo \ \ 1th the Wlro
Gaii7o Oven Dour , more puif-cclly t him over
? Jm live coals.
Lay the steak , chops , linm t r fish on a
wiiouroilor or meat lack , plncineit In nn
ordinary bake pan to catch the drippings.
Allow it to remain in the oven with the
door closed 16 or 20 minutes. No turning
isicquired. At the end of this time Itvill
bo found nicely cooked ready to serve.
THIS 18 THE 1DEAT , WAV TO IIKOU. MEATS.
There Is no taint of coal-gas or smoke ,
nnd tlio meats ni o inoro tender nnd butter in
flavor than those broiled over the coals.
The convenience or biolling in tlio oven
tt ill bo appreciated by cveiy liouse-kccper ,
and adds another to tlio many reasons why
the Charter Oak Kango or Steve \vlth tin )
Wire Gauze Oven Door sliould bo preferred
BEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS AMD Pniti LISTS. to all others now iu the market.
CHABTEB OAK STOVES and BANQES ra BOLD IN NEBRASKA ai tollowi :
MILTON ROGERS & SONS OMAHA. TANNELL&SWnr.NtY , FAIRDURT.
P. KKNNEY , GOKDON. GUT1LE& FACER. . . . . . FFANKLIN.
DALLAS & LE1SON. HASTINGS. N j. JOHNSON\ . . ; : : : : ; ; ; ; : NORTH BEND
E. C. BREWER , HAT SHUNGS. J.McCAFFEKTY O'NEILL CITY.
H AIRUS.CO NEBRASKA CITY. R HAZLEWOOD. . . OSCEOLA.
W F. TEMI'LETON NELSOH. ] .S DUKK. PLATTSMOUTH.
J. B STURDhVANI & SON ATKINSON. A , PEARSON STEKLING.
T.KASS& CO CHABPOH. I.G. GREEN , STROMSBURO.
KRAUSE , LU1JKER & WELCH , . . . COLUMBUS. 1. A PAUDEN d SON bupnmoK
OLDS liROS EDGAR. TIMMERMAN & FRAKER VBRDOH. '
SACRED HEART ,
The Scholastic year commences on the 1'lrst Wednesday In September. IlToroneo ( of roll *
irion is no obstacle to the admission of young Indies. Pupils lire received at liny tlmo ol tlid
Including Board , Washing , Tuition m Kngllsh and French , Instruinental Music. UBO of
Hooks , per session ol Kl\o Months . . . . . $16000
Painting , Drawing , ( ionium , Vocal Music. Harp. Violin extras.
References arc required from PM SOME link now n to the Institution , Tor further Information
apply to the IllglitHov JAS" . O'OON.SOH , or to the Luuy Sujioilor.
Diamond Merchant ,
3R.A.ir : _ . "
Tlio only road to take for DCS Molncs ' nr-
shnlltott n , 0 edar Hitpldi , Clinton , Ulxon. Chlcn-
KO. Milwaukee und all points cant. To the people
ple of Nouinska , Colorado , WjomlnK. uiah ,
Idaho , Mivai'a , OIOKOII , Washington , nnd Call-
lornin , It oners luperior adtantuKcs not possl *
lilo by any other fine.
Amour it fewoftne numerous points of su-
Vf rlorlty enjoyed hy the patrons of this rum !
Chwcen Omatm and Ciilcugo.aro Iti two trains
ailayofUAY C'OACIIKH , which are tlio llnedt
that human art nnd ingenuity can ( reuto Its
PAIjAOI.KSI.KKl'INd OAKS , which uro models
of conuort and oleKanco. Its I'AltLOlt DltAW-
INO HOOM CAltS , unsuinaasud byitiiy. and Its
widely celebrated I'AI.ATIAh DIN'INO UAIIS ,
the emml of which cannot bo found elsewlinro
At Council lllutls the trains of the Union I'utlno
Ity. connect In Union Depot with the o or the
Chlcsk-o A. Northwestern Ity. in Chicago the
trains of this Una make close connection with
those of all eastern lines.
Kor Detroit , OoliiinbiiH. Indianapolis. Cincin
nati. NlHKura Tails , llullalo , I'ltlulJiirir.Toronto ,
Montreal , llostnn , Now Vork , riillmiolpliia ,
naltlmorc , Wushlnpton and all points In the
If you wish the host accommodation , All ticket
gents sell tickets via this lino'
II. HuGIIITT. U I' WII."ON.
Oenl. Manager , Genl. Pnsg'r Asent
" " " ' ' "
W.M IIADCOCK.1'0' . . . , ,
W estirn Apont , nty 1'ass i Agent ,
irrttTu lurf linfio d > l > jr lir.
llorn > < rir lra.U > ( ni-tlrIltll.
1 ruM.cornblnwa. Uu r nlefdlLo
cnlr one In Ibo world Kf ntr lln
.contlnuoui KlKlrtc , t Jlaun.lic
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Chicago , Milwaukee &SL Paul By
27ic llcst Ilonte from Omaha anil
Council llliiff * to ,
T\\o Tiains Daily Helween Omaha anil
Chicago , AND " Milwaukee ,
St. 1'aul , Minneapolis , CedarKapidi
Rock Island , Fieeport , Uockford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Havenport ,
Elgin , Madison , lancsville ,
Heloit , Wmona , La Crosse ,
And all other Important points Kast , Northeast
, and Southeait.
For through tickuts call on the ticket agent
at HOI 1'urnaiu st , In I'axton hotel , or at Unlua
I'ullman SlecpoiB nnd tbe finest Dlnlnff Cart
In the world aio lun on the main line of tha
Chicago , Milwaukee &Bt. Paul Kiilhvuy and ov-
ty attention Is paid to pusieneers by couito *
ouscmplojecs of the company.
IU Mil i.t u. Ociuirnl ManiiKor.
J. T TiiCKr.it , Assistant ( lenoral Malinger.
A. V. It. CAiii'E.tTKu , General ragscngur nd
OKO. B lUAFTonn , ABslstftntaoneral I'asson-
ger and Ticket A wont.
J. T. CLAKK General Suporlntoodent.
' . Disi.vsKi9 : caused iir Aiiasa
BnuJiiT'.s . Nr.llVODS UEIIIMTV. lUS-
CIIAItir.H. l-EViitS : , MAI-AIIIA. (1KNITO. (
UltlNAIty DlrtKASKS. SnilU-nMtli-l.UlhKAH- .
Kl ) l'U-TATK ( ) ( ilANt ) AND IIUAIIIIKII.
UA'Illin'BKS AND bOUNUS. AND OANNOl ?
lliCLKKD : WIIII.K TJIIJV r.XIST.OIIH UH\U
KlUKSCI'lir. TIIKM. CHUONIC DISUA8R3
AND VAHICOCIJI.K , wllhout dr-t ntloii from
husint'ssami tun Auuhtl iljnnral Siirlnir Wutoc
CUICK tbo KIIINKVH , DIAnTr:1 : ! ' . ! ! . IHtOi'tjV ,
IllAIHii : ( , riUAN'I'.Ii AND b'lONI ! 0\or
whelming-evidence iniilled fren hy ASAIIRfj
MIIIIIOAI. HI'ltUAU I'HVBICIAN , 2'Jl Ilro d
wny. New Vork
THE CAPITOL IIO'IT '
Lincoln , Neb.
The boat known and raoht poiiular hotel In
thublHto. Location central , appofntniontfl Ilisf
clusi ) . llcudiUartcrs | for innnncrclal men and
ull political utid publUi Kutherlncs
E. J' . UOOOKN I'roprlotor.
I rtQ"B"MANHOOO.Vimtliful1Iinir | '
laVt/C& I tiditiiLi.NeiviiuBlLillltyruiiMl ; (
tliiouuh errois unU bud prudkob CURED.
NUAli t'V , UUlCUStSt. P.Luul
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