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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31 1887
COLORADO AND ITS HOTHEADS
Now Engaged in Endeavoring to Draw Ool-
orow Into a FighU
THE CAUSE OF THE UTE "WAR. "
tlio Irrepressible Cow-floy Old Coli > -
< row The Different Itotcrvntlona
, * The liullan Country Pros-
ccutliiK the Inditing ,
The Alleged War.
Inquiry ut the army headquarters yes
terday , resulted In the Infornmtlon
that General Crook was expected to
reach Mocker , this morning , on his way
to hold a powwow with Colorow nnd
Governor Adams of Colorado. Meeker , the
place at whichnroso thaoxclterne.it grow
ing out of hard fooling between Colorow
and settlers of Colorado , is situated about
ono hundred and forty miles wcst-of-
south of Hawlins , and to reach It re
quires traveling over an unfrequented
road by stage. The nearest fort to the
place is Dnchcsnc which is about ono
hundred and twenty miles due west. This
fort is In the department
Or'Till : I'LATTB
although Meeker is in that of
Missouri. Word is not expected
from the general before Wednesday
night , though it is expected to be for
warded at the first possible moment after
General Crook has a conference with
Governor Adams. The general is ac
companied by his aide-de-camp , Lieu
A reporter for the lHn : met nn old
Indian lighter , yesterday , who has given
& great deal of attention to this dlllieulty
in Colorado , and who expressed n great
deal of disgust over the importance
which has been given to a squabble which
ho persisted in dubbing a tempest in a
teapot. Said he : "If the Indians wanted
to light , you may rest assured they could
long since hava been found by the
militiamen nnd settlers , although
1 well know that the Utes
are what are called mountain
Indians. lint , while they have not
always been prone to
which is more or less true of all Indians ,
they do not fear them , nnd it is one of
their boasts that they have never been
whipped. The settlers know this , and
under a mistaken apprehension that the
savages ought to bo whipped , some overzealous -
zealous cowboys nnd settlers have under
taken to do tlio whipping. Now , I have
been long onongh in the army and had
Bulliciont experience with Indian light
ing to know that in it the cowboys ain't
worth the snap of one's linger. The
Bottlers , too , are not to bo relied
on. Thuy will defend their
homes , nnd , if successful , follow
n retreating enemy , but the momon.t tlto
latter is driven away from the settlers'
vicinity the latter feel like letting other
folks take care his disposition. With re
gard to the present alleged outbreak ,
nnd I know what I am talking about , if
Tin : CIVIL oFKicr.iis
in the vicinity of Meeker would only en
deavor to servo civil process on sonic of
the white horse thieves of Colorado they
would undoubtedly have a better chance
of enforcing the same nnd doing n
greater benefit to the community than
they nro now in endeavoring to cateli ix
foe whom they are striving to force into
the Held. " The speaker wont on
to state that this trouble in
Colorado had originated in n horse
race between Indians and white men , in
which the stakes wore horses. The In
dians won and the whites refused the
stakes , whereupon the Indians "stole"
what belonged to them. The serving of
n writ by the sheriff upon a
couri.n or INDIANS
for such conduct was therefore unwar
ranted , ami is to be charged with the loss
of life which has already ensued.
The following telegram was received
this morning at army headquarters by
Captain Ray , who is acting adju
tant general. Randlett is tlio major in
command of Fort Duohcsno , to which
reference has above been mado. It will
bo noticed that some of its statements
arc not in accord with thosu of the iluij's
Colorado telegram. It reads :
FT. DUCIII.SNK , Utah , Aiunist 2Sth , vin
Price , AuiMtst ! ? . Assistant Adjutant General -
oral , Department o the I'lntto , Uinnlm ,
.Neb. : Colorow and all his following art
now at Ouray agmicy , litty miles from Cole
rada , and manliest a disposition to remain
on their reservation. No more cxcltemcnl
union g the Indiana. Mtlltla and cowboys
hold hundreds of horses and thousands ol
lineup and goats belonging to Colorow and
Chaijuta , Oiiray's willow. This stoclc was
crazinz on the hind claimed by Indians a ?
belonging to their reservation , and whcic
they had been permitted by their asents tt
live for years. Colorado settlers have clalmcc
locations there , and have at last succeeded
In driving Indians in. Colorow has not Ir
this trouble been on the war path , and hat
made his way to reservation avoiding lias
lllltles as far as possible. I.ANIU.KTT.
A COLOUADAN'S VIKWS.
The following letter displays a groai
deal of information concerning tlio situ
ntion in Colorado , and it will bo fount
sustains the theory advanced above :
MEEKEII , Col. , August 34 , 1887. Tim Uti
Indian troubles in this section , when sltn
mored down to the crucial point , amounts t <
nbout this. Old Colorow , ono of the ablcs
and best known ot thai ) to trlbo , slnco tli
death of Ouray has steadfastly refused t <
leave the old \Vhlto Klvnr reservation ant
take up his &bod In Utah , at what Is knowi
ns the Ouray and Uintah reservation. Tin
U In tali reservation was the ono created to
the purpose of disposing of what Is know ]
WIUTK lUVnn UTI.S ,
to which Colorow belonged , while the Oura1
liKoncy was Intended for the band controlh'i
by thu dead chlct , Ouray , known as the Uu
Old Oolorow has never consented to oc
ctipy tlio quarters assigned to him on th
now reservation , and goes there only to re
culvo the annuities which are doled out b
the government The balance of the time h
Btays with his baud , ouly about thlrt
bucks all told , on the ground
wbcro his ancestors lived man
years ago. There tin has hunted for mor
than n generation. It is now known that h
nnd a few bucks were on ono ot tholr anniu
hunting expeditions when tlio animus to till
"tempest In a teapot" was llrst given.
The White river country Is sparsely pont
lated , the principal residents being thu
IllI.Kl'UKSHlIll.i : COW1IOV ,
rmpoloycd to look after the herds \Uilc
range over this portion of Uncle Sam's dc
main , free of expense , and generally owne
by men who owe no allegiance to the Unite
States government , and , even K they di
they pay no tribute to the novcrnmmit ovi
whose lands they graze their herds at will.
1 ho festive cowboy on these Jar oil wes
em pralres , hundreds of miles from ctvllte
tlon , Is about as brutal a specimen of humai
Ity as can be found on the American cent
nent. A larce majority of them are Toxai
nnd Mlssourians , whoso moral Instincts a
as bad , If not worse ttian these ot anv Ut
Sioux , Navajoe or Apnrho Indlr
that ever lived. Their prlnclp
amusement , when In towns , ni
vitiates , Is to rldo about in thn most recklo
manner , usually with two hius revolve
strapped about their waists which tin
febtively empty Into the nearest wliulc
they can liiul , hrealclne every pane of gla
Insight. Ills dress and Uumpanor mo n
dissimilar to these of
TUB WILD COMANCiir.S
of whom wo read In the school books of ti
present day. Ho atTects the Indian by we :
ing his fringed leather pants and jacki
broad brimmed hat and other fixings and t
gins his Ui > t lesson by trying to beat tl'n K
skin In tl.fr management of his home ,
there Is ono thlnir above another that n ge
ulna redskin desires to Indulge In , it
horse-racing. They will go miles to mat
In ' ' and for all It
any sv-alnst pony - ' 'up up "
If they win , they not only deserve , but de
mand the utakos , and when the same cannot
be obtained through the usual channels , the
Indian knows but
ONE MODF. OF lUtni-ESS
that Is , resort to the natural law , take his
winnings wherever he can find them.
It was In thin way that this trouble In Col
orado began , and from what has thus far
bcon developed those wlio are best qualified
to judge have no doubt about It ,
Old Colorow Is a well-known gambler , so
far as horde-racing Is concerned , and when
he gambles In that way ho gous In to win.
It Is a well-known fact that the Ute nation ,
as It Is known In this section , 1ms the bent
ponies known antonx the IndUn tribe , and
none are better than those owned by Colorow
and his little band. A horse race took place
near Meeker , the site of the old White Ulvor
agency , between the cowboys and two
Indians , and the cowboys were beaten. The
race was "puny for pony , " because the Indian
always Koes In for all ho Is worth , and the
Indians won. The white nnn , or rather the
cowboy failed to surrender the lost pony , fur
the simple reason that It belonged to his em
ployer and not to him. While ho , was
WIM.INO TO WAOEIt
It though not his , ho was willing to give It up
though honestly won. The Indians saw the
ponies In the corral , and , after dark , went
there , took them out nnd awnv , because they
had honestly won them. Cowboys some
times evoii go so far as to kill persons whom
they think havu cheated them In a horse
race or horse trade.
At the last term of the grand jury In Gar-
Held county , the two Indian bucks who won
the ponies were indicted for horse stealing ,
and ShcrllT Kendall , armed with a warrant ,
suited to arrest them , but old Colorow re
fused to glvo them up , nnd hence the present
stupendous force of an alleged Indian upris
ing. Up to this time no one but Sherltl Ken
dall and his pusso has seen more than three
Indians , and these aru being pursued by no
less than live hundred whites , many of whom
are bent on having
AX INDt.VN WA
whether the Indians want one or not.
There Is no doubt In the minds of those
best posted on Indian matters In tliU White
Uwer country , that the real essence of the
trouble Is what t have already stated. Old
Colorow Is the last nnu to precipitate an In-
itlnn war. Ho Is sixty-seven years of ago ,
and to mount u pony ho would require a fair
sized stump to stand upon. To sum It all up ,
It Is sate to say that it Is a fuss , fustlon nnd
feathers. Thtt democratic administration of
Colorado has made aiveggreglous mistake.
Shown In the Pastoral Work of Rov.
O. W. Savldue.
The Scward Street M. E. church held
its fourth quarterly conference Monday
night , Presiding Klder J. W. Phulps in
the chair. The following ollicers were
elected for the ensuing year :
Trustees J. M. Marston , W. L. Wright ,
J. B. West. George J. Hoddcr , G. P.
Stewards William Pearson , G. A.Mag-
noy , Charles Dauserman , J. W. Day , J. II.
Oxiunn , A. K. Lucas , J. W. McCimo , B.
R. Ball , C. O. Lobeck , II. A. Bictleman ,
J. W. Nicholson.
Recording steward William Pearson ,
who has displayed great efficiency in this
work during the past year.
District steward B. U. Ball ; delegate
to lay electoral conference , W. L.
Wright. A. H. Davis is superintendent
of the Sunday-school.
The pastor , Rov. C. W. Savidgo read
the best report ho has ever made during
the ten years of his ministry. The mem
bership has doubled during the year.
The church was assessed $150 for mis
sions and raised $250 ; assessed for worn-
out preachers $20 , and raised $50.
All the collections have been taken and
have reached nnd far exceeded the assess
The pastor has preached 140 sermons ,
including sermons to children , and at
tended fifty funerals. Ho ha smado 015
pastoral calls. The new addition to the
church is being rapidly completed and
will make a handsome and commodious
The church looks forward to the com
ing year with the brightest hopes.
IlKDUCUD HAT US
To the Niuth International Medical
to bo held at Washington , D. C , Septem
ber nth to 15th , 1837. Ticket Agents of
the Pennsyslvania Lines at both City and
Depot ticket office , Chicago , 111. , will
sell to delegates and their families who
desire to attend the convention , cickots ,
Chicago to Washington for $17.50 cacti
and willat the same time furnish on ap
plication a cortilicatc in connection with
the sale of each ticket entitling the hold
cr thereof to return passaco at $5.85 , or
ono third faro returning , making the rate
$23.U5 for the round trip. Tor particulars
address C. W. ADAMS , Assistant Genera !
Passenger Agent , Pennsylvania Lines
05 Clark Street , Chicago , 111.
Talk with Mayor Hroncli.
The mayor says : "In the interview
published in Sunday's Herald on the cjaa
question , which was kindly written by
Mr. Council for that paper , Mr. Council
states 'it is said Mayor Broatch approves
of the plan , and will give it the full sup
port of his stupendous influence. ' The
Gas company lias never approached me
upon the subject , directly or indirectly ,
and the only conversation I have had
witli any one in relation to the matter ,
was with Gas Inspector Gilbert , to whom
I said , there is but ouo way to compromise
miso , and that on the basis of the ordinance
nanco if it is legal. "
Mayor Broatch states that ho has n <
interest in the matter other than tin
city's , and thinks ifwould bo pertincni
to ask Mr. Council how long since ho ha ;
been so disinterested. Ho further states
that it is a common report that Mr. Con-
neil was in the now gas company , and
that it was a part of his scheme to repeal
the charters of the old company in order
to compel thorn to divide territory ant
profits. The mayor also states tiiat n
every move Mr. Council made , thai
the city's interest was subservient to hi :
own , and that the fortune of half u mil
lion , which is reported to have accumu
latud , is almost entirely duo to thu
He also says that there is no compari
son between Council anil Webster , as t (
the real servlco rendered the city , am
directs attention to Mr. Webster's roper
which was laid before the council sorai
time ago. "Mr. Council is in the post
tion , " said Mayor Broatch , "of the ma :
who lives in a class house , and ought note
to throw fctoues. "
First Harvest Excursion to Dakoti
Half-faro rates via Chicago.Milwauko
& St. Paul Ry , for round trip tickets t
points in southern , central and norther
Dakota. Excursion train starts Angus
80th. Don't forgot the dato. Apply o
City Ticket Otlico , 1401 Farnam strce
Omaha. F. A. NASH , General agent.
Railroad Note * .
Samuel B. Jones will remain with tli
Union Pacific road in his present positlo
during the month of September. In wh ;
connection he will afterwards servo th
company will then bo determined.
Mr. Robert Bhokensderfer has ben
appointed superintendent of the N
braska division of the Union Pacilio roj :
with headquarters in this city. Ho wi
retain charge of the Idaho division unt
Hereafter , clerks who take ono heifer
for dinuer will be required to comment
work at 8 a. in. On SaUirdav aftornooi
in the discretion of heads of department
work will cease at 3:30 : p. in.
Mr. J. S. Dillon received advices froi
President Shepard , of the Omaha an
Ynnston road , yesjenhxy , that Trca
uror Gray had negotiated all the comp
ny's bonds in London. Mr. Dillon saj
work will commence oil the road immi
Valentino's Shorthand Instlluto'nev
tails to secure situations for its graduate
Call or scud ( or circular ! , 1515 Dodge s
BOUTH OMAHA NEWS ,
There Is an average of a dozen cars of
household goods for South Omaha every
During the rain Monday , the necessity
of the now depot was keenly felt when
nearly fifty people wore compelled to
stand under the shower while waiting
for the train.
Peter Cockroll , who has boon 111 the
past week was up and attending to busl-
A.J. Caughoy's child was burled yester
day morning in the cemetery east of town.
About 5 o'clock Monday evening n
fight started up among a crowd In a
saloon and all took a hand. Soon the
house was cleaned out , but the fight was
resumed on the sidewalk and several
ha 1 their heads damaged. Only one was
Scott Herald has returned from
Clarinda , la. , where ho was attending a
brother who was about to die , but is now
Agent Nagongast was In the city yester
day to see about the erection of the new
W. G. Albright has his real estate olllco
located on the west side of Albright sta
The Missouri P.iclllc trains wore run
over the U. P. to Papillion yesterday.
C. Stokcsbury has been appointed as
sistant yard muster.
The city council will meet on Thursday
The jury in the trial of Ed Hanlan.
charged with .stealing a bicnstpin from
Watchmaker Simpson , discharged the
Two plain drunks wore discharged by
Judge Rcuthor. ,
John llyau and John Smith wore
arrested on the charge of suspicious
J. Levy will move his stock of coeds
into the building formerly occupiefd by
It. Kallsh's branch store has a manager
nnd is again open.
Mrs. Nellie blo.ino returned from Col-
fax Springs , and reports her husband
improving in health.
Mrs. H. Hcyman and family have ar
rived in the city to reside.
Holmes & Smith sold lot 3 in block 1 in
Brown's park , on Twenty-third and ( i
street , for $1,100.
No. 8810 , L. A. , K. of L. , will hold a
mooting in their hall on Thursday even
ing.The Salvation army have failed to
make arrangements to enter a crimdo
against sin in South Omaha , and the
Gospel army , having confidence in their
ability as "Satan annihilators , " are
making an effort to get a hall.
ANOTUCI. llOTKr , Sl.NSATION
has come to the ears of the HUE. On
Saturday night last the proprietor of a
well known hotel became suspicious of
some wrong-doing going cm in his place
and decided to out the thing to a test.
About 12:30 : ho went to a
room occupied by two of the fe
male help and demanded admittance.
There was a scramble and noise of a win
dow being raised. Ho went in and found
the girls en dishabilo and quite excited ,
but saw nothing wrong. Ins suspicions
were now aroused , and ho went to the
window just in time to see two male
forms , minus the usual clothing ,
slowly , dccemlmg the water pipes , and
before ho could recognize
them they had disappeared. Next morn
ing a party called on the young woman
and took the garments the men had loft
behind them in their hurried exit. The
men "squared" the thing with the pro
prietor for the girls , and as they were
non-residents cared naught for them
RuTorrccl to I'ostiunstor Gallagher
OMAHA , August SI ) . To the Editor of
the Bin : : The mail carrier on our route
does not seem to bo aware of the fact
that ho is a servant of the people , and at
the request of a number of neighbors this
is written in the hope that you will apply
you r stinger and reform him.
Instead of delivering our mail ho
drives up to the house and whistles for us
to come to his buggy and get it. If no
ono happens to hear him ho docs not
dream of getting out to lind out the
reason , but placidly drives on and holds
on to the letters for another day. In this
way important letters have been hold
over for two or three days. Now , wo
don't always hear the whistle , and the
conseiiuencti is we got no mail until wo
do and answer it. Is there no redress ferns
ns ? Have we not some rights in the mat
ter ? The ladies are sronorally the only
ones at home during the day , and are
they to bo compelled to go out in any
weather to oblicc this man ? Please let us
know the law on the subject and means
of rcdrc&s and oblige.
Urrnii Donai : STHEET.
Relief ) of Old Times.
Yesterday five old-timo Concord
coaches arrived at the Union Pacijic
depot , and their presence attracted quite
a crowd. Frontiersmen and western pioneers
neers had an opportunity to recall old
memories of plains life. Eastern people
examined the veteran coaches and lis
tened to the stories being told by these
who were more familiar with those vehi
cles. The coaches belong to Jim Ste-
phcnson and have been taken from a
stage line he was running from St.
Elmo , Colo. , to Aspen and Glcnwood
Springs in the same state. Ho has also
brought back 100 horses , thirty mules ,
several express wagons and any amount
of harness , etc. The line has been aban
doned , as the railroad has encroached
upon its territory.
The rain storm Monday night caused a
washout on the Belt line , which
is being operated by the Missour
Pa cilio railway company. The result
was that several cars of freight coming
north were ditched. It occurred nour
Deerlield , Dr. G. L. Miller's formqr farm.
Ono of thn brakcmen had his foot
sprained. The regular passcnjer train
from the soutn. which should reach hero
shortly after 0 o'clock , did not arrive
until 8 , and then had to back to the
Union Pacific track and como into the
city via the latter road. It was reported
later in the day that the brakcman was
killed , but no corroborative proof could
1 On nnd after Aug. 28 , the Missouri Pa-
cilic railway will run two trains daily to
Nebraska City , leaving Omaha rU 10:45 : a.
m. and i:10 ) : p. m. , from tticir depot at
10th and Webster sts , arriving at Ne
braska City at 1:37 : p. m. and 11:55 : p. m.
For further information call at city
ticket ollice , 318 So. 13th st.
Soldiers In Camp ,
The three companies of the Eight in
fantry that arrived hero Monday , and
camped near the G. A. R. re-union
grounds , withstood the storm of that
night very nicely. Army men know
well how to meet ram with tented cover
ings. Tlicro are 150 men at
this camp , including the regimental
band. The oflicer in command is Cap
tain Charles Porter. Witli him are Cap
tain Thomas Wilholm , Lieutenant . P.
Richardson. Lieutenant F. D. Krug ,
Lieutenant Edward Lvnch and Lieuten
ant Samuel Smiley. This battalion come
hero to attend the G. A , R. reunion.
RoontH t'or the Fair ,
All citizens of Omaha who will accom
modate roomers during the fair , from
September 5 to 10 , will plciifo send thoii
Addresses as early as possible to Secre
tary J , H. McSoano of the fair associa
tion , and will please nan\e \ the number ol
persons whom they will bo able to accora-
ThU powclor novcr vnrl s. A marvel of pur-
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omical than the ordinary kin-Is , nml cnnuot be
cold In competition with the multitude ot low
cost Ihnrt weight nlum or phosphnte powdprj.
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No. SU South IWSt. . . Oninha , Nob.
Importer's ' Prices
MAX MEYER &BRO ,
I FCT U RING OP
GLUCK & WILKINSON.
tL BY AIL UADINO WHQUSALS
AUTUMN ' 87 ,
We have made extraordinary efforts in our new Boys' and Ohildrens
Department , to have the same ready for the opening of the schools. " * j
It is the largest , most elegant and best lighted salesroom in the city , 1
and we cordially invite an inspection of the same.
We are now prepared to show a stock of clothing for boys , from 4 to
18 years of age , the like of which has never been seen in this city , It is
offered at prices which makes it worthy your attention.
Our new hat department is now ready and open for business.
Have our prices for clothing revolutionized your ideas ? Well , we do
exactly the same thing with hats. They are marked at prices which
will astonish you. To inaugurate this new department in a befitting
manner we have placed on sale.
One hundred dozens fine Fur Stiff Hats of the latest styles , high and
medium crown , at one dollar. Such qualities have never been sold for
ess than $2 , and we guarantee them to be fully worth the latter
All goods marked in plain figures and at striotly one price at
Nebraska Clothing Company
Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha.
MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
Cor. 13th St. and Capitol Auc. , OMAHA , NEB.
J OR TUB TREATMENT Ol' AW.
CHRONIC m SURGICAL DISEASES
BRACES AMD APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES. TRUSSES ,
A'o THE ; NEW YAIIICOCE..E SUSPENSORY CLAMP Cowras.
IVit farlllllr. . nppirntnl * M irmMlM for Hii-Pf.lftil Irmtmmt of
vrnr furmofil\r. \ . iirntililit > 1c4irNlor fiirgliM ) t minimi.
. .nil * roK ClncilAK on IBtfforiuUlei nml l > ia rn Chib'lVct ,
Curvature of tti 8pint * , 1'llf . Tiiiiiiim Cancrr , Catarrh , Jlimicl III. ,
IntialMlAn , r > rtricity , I'aralv.U r | > ll-pir , KMnrj , UlaUdcr , io .
lar. skin , nud UlooJ , > n < l H 5i.riU.t O | , i tohi ! ,
Hook on Diseases or AVomcu FREE.
Only Reliable MEDICAL INSTITUTE
JJAKISU A SrlXIAMV OF
PRIVATE , SPECIAL and NERVOUS DISEASES.
AUIIlood IWn ii..cr , .fuijr trftted. Prpl tlttta r..lon rtmoird
fuHti itio . 'yet'in wllh-mt inr..rj. Nrtv lr ( * > toi ntl\e TnatnirM for
Ix > i > 4 of Vil.il l'ow r. I'rrtoii * unaMtt to vlilttia nu > IM trfitltd * t
li > nif , by Cuirtipui.ilt.im' . Altri.mniu'i.tatkn * Con(1d ( ntl l. Mull
rlti norliitniiiirnt.i dent ty niillnr nirtt , vn urely pcrkrtt. no
i.i.irk ( ol.dr ) ] ( ronlenlior tciuWr. t > no inrwjii.il Interview ir -
fn.TftCall \ amlronwill u * r Mi 1 liUtury ofjour e e , will * ilini. ]
nil % w will euJ in pUluua. . > * , our
BOOK FREE TO MEN !
ror-fle , ltmnu for ( Kilituti. AiMrei * ,
OM .III MKDICAL A SUROICAI , IXSTITIT , or
Dr. HcHenamy , Cor. 1311 st. & Capitol Av.Om.iDa. , BCD.
Medical IJooks or 1'apcrs Free.
The profr ctorot HID Oiuiilui .Moillcjl iin.l Mlrgl-
CHlliutllu.u Ins p.llill'lii'J a v.iliuib o so. of buuki
uinl lupuraupon uiiroiiluitiiii suigicnl ill'ea e < und
dcliirmlllcs , anil fie methods ( it euro wnicSi | IIVB :
Klvon liliu t ic repututluuut bcjik' the moat oilllful
. iilaucco9fi > l ipoilHlMt In ilin on , line ! m.nlo tlio
Institute no ct'lunrnteit thut m ( llclnos aru sent to
ami patients rerai oil trum uvury ntutu In tlie unlun.
Amoitu tliu tiuuki Is ono upon the illtuase * ( if
wotnon ] ono uptin nervoiH. speciiil und prlvato * lls *
oase1 * of the i-cinml and urlnury nrirunfl ; varlcnc'L'le
cm oil hy ur.'lcil upcni- Ions , and their litcljr Invunt-
cilclainp uitnpn-sii u p usury for Ibo relief imrt
curodf viirlcmelo. lu-rvuns otliviUlon anclso n l
debhlty. nifw ni ttirutlvo treatment 1'ftcora uiion
Biirulcnl braces , pild * . lancorn. paralyfi | , tlt < * Klcu *
trfcitj nnd t iu ne.1 tnugniulc buttery lor home usn ;
catnrrli anil Inlmlutlnn. rtc. Unlike most bmilK
iMiied 'locinr * tree , tnejr dn not < O ! . lstof tenl-
monlHU with ItctltloiiH n imesand InltluU. or rubt > l t.
of Itmt kind , liut are plain Ucscrlptlons of ilUojan * .
symptoms , now dtacoverlo In neitlolno. Hur/orr
and ole < irlc'llj. iinii are w.'II worth the | ieru al , and
can bo obtained free h ) ndrireislnic the Oimha Medi
cal Bud hurvlcal Inntttuto , Ulli street mnd Cupitol
Tcnuo. Uni.ina. Nebraska.
W O II VXACgUAIVTID WITH THK OCOOMirnT Or THII
COC.NIttT WILL 811BT KliMLMJJQ Till * MAT TIUT TIIC
By reason ot Its central poiltlot c'.aso relation to lines
Kait of Chicago , and contlnJJiu lines at terminal
points Wort , Northwest and Hoathwest , is the true
mlddlo link In thit trumcontlnenttu nyitem which
Invites and facilitates tnvcl and traffic between the
Atlantic aad Pacific *
The Hock Island main line and branches Include Chi-
caro.Jollct , Ottawa. Latalle , rrnrla , Oencheo. Mollno
and Itock Island , In Illlnuls ; Darcnport , Murcatlne ,
Wathlnffton , Falrfleld , OttuinwaO LalooiaVoit Lib.
erty. lows , Cltj PcsUolnen.IndlanoU.WIntrroet , Atlan
tic , KnoiTllIc , Audubon , narlan , Cluthrlo Centre anil
CouncilBluffs.lnlowai Oallltln , Trenton , St. Joseph ,
Cameron and ICansan City , In Missouri ; Learenworth
and Atchlion , liiKaniaai Albert Lea , Minneapolis and
It.PaullaUlnnrsotat Watertown and Sioux Falls , ) , )
Pakota , and hundreds of Inturmedl&to cities and to ns.
. ' /The Croat Rock Island Route"
Guarantees speed , comfort , certainty and safety. Its
l > urman nt ay Is dlstln ulibed for Its excellence. Its
trlilKes ara ot stone and Iron. Its track U of soU4
steel , Its rolling stock perfect. Its passenger equipment
basalt the safety appliances that eiperlcncehaspruvtl
uieful , and for luxurious accommodations Is u.uar *
passed * Its Kxpress Trains consist of superior Itar
Coaches , elrgint rullman 1'alace I'urlorand blo iilnu
Can , superb Dining Cars , proTldlnz delirious meals ,
and ( between Chicago and St. Joseph. Atchlnon and
Kansas City ) restful Inclining Chair Cars. Its raau-
aKcroent Is con&erratlTe , lie dlsclpllno eisctlnj.
"The Famous Albert Lea Route"
Between Chicago and Minneapolis and Ft. I'aul Is tha
farorlte. Orer this line fcolld Fast Kxprcts Trains run
dally to attractive resorts for tourists In Iowa anil
Ulnnrnota , and , Tin Watcrton n and bloux Falls , to the
rlchwhcatand grsrlni ; lands of Interior Dakota. Via
Seneca and Kai.kukfc , thu ] U > ck Island olTers superior
Inducements to trarelers between Cincinnati. Indian *
apolls , Lafayette aud Council Illurriht. Joceph , Atchl-
son. Lcavcnw orth , Kansas City , Kt. I'anl. and Interme
diate points. All patrons ( especially ladles and chll *
tlren ) receive protection , courtesy and kindly attention.
I'or tickets , maps , folders , copies ot Wi ttern Trail , or
any d oil red Information , apply to principal onlcci In
the United States and Canada , or atldresn , at Clilcaco ,
I.B.CABIE , I. IT. .OHM , E. A. HOUROOI ,
AMlQKl. < uu > r. O.s. HI rus. 1\
TUT TZ yr f JJiUlVit.
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. . . J. r BALNKSS. | lf-
jout , ml.H , foalhlif cuntoli of
Kltctrle. , j i.ctl7 throuit. sll wisk psfti.rtit rte
Uf thvn' to hffslili snti Vixoroui trncgth. .Utcirio
Currant' "VV.T-I'H In.ULt/ ! v. f.rfili ll.ooo In ctih.
Grtat.itIu | > r v i.tBtsu tr sll othtr Vtlli. > T.ril cs ip < r
nmntBtry curill.ihrr.lnQnUii ( Nr tr.l tmphUt4e. ; uun
Tl > BMdoa EUcUiQCo. | 6 Ul.llciUChleijn
The Scholastic yonrconimom-os on the First Woitnoiilny In S-ptotnhcr. DIIToronro of rull-
Klon Is no obslHclPto tlio lulmisuloii of younj ? Inilles. 1'uplls uro received nt any time ot the
TE3KMs : : FA.YA.BIjE3 I3ST A.r > VA.3STOB3.
Incliullnc Iout\l ! , Wnshliifr. Tuition In English nml French , Instrumental Music. Use. of
look ) , pur suntlon of Kivo Months . $15000
I'alntlnir , Drawing , Cerninn , Vocal .Music , Hnrp. Vlollu oxtru .
Itofcrcnccs nro u-iiulrcd from persons unknown to tlio Institution , For further Information
apply to tlio Hlght Itov J\s. O'CoNNOlt. or to the Ludy Superior.
Imported and Bottled by Mihalovitch Fletcher& Co. , Cinincnati , O. For sale by
the following agents : Ricbardton Drug Company ; Blake , Bruce & Co. , Adler & Heli
er , Frank Dellone & Co. , R. R. Grotte. Families supplied by Gladstone Bios. & Co.
Sample botHe free. For sale by all wholebalc and retail druggists , liquor dealers MU.
JUMBO IS DEAD
And Maud S. Has Retired from the Track
littt we have the Largest and Finest line of Carriages , Harness , llobes ,
Jilankets , Horse Clothing and all kind * of Turf Clooils , ever carried
SOO Sets of Tcatn , Farm , Express , Counc , Litjlit , JtnubJe , l-Siniile Jiai'-
nets , for sale , reytirilless of ro t. dole agent * for ( lie California llorsa
lioota. JVoue aennlne unless * t < nn c < l , " ,7. A. Me.Kerron , .S. l'1 ' 1 extern.
Agents for the celebrated Tourney Sulky. Sl n > around and irhen you. are
ready to buy call on Ml'JC/lltLL < C 11 At MM ,
8. W. Corner Ifith St. and Capital Ave. , Omaha , f
w = .n
Diamond Merchant ,
Nebraska National Bank ,
U. S. DEPOSITORY ,
Paid up Capital . $250,000
Surplus . ISi.SOO
U. W. Yates , President.
Lewis S. Uceil , Vitiu-rrpstilcnt.
A. E. Tou/.nlln. M Vicu-Presidont.
W. II. . Htmlics , Cashier ,
W. V. Mor.'e , John S Collins
II. W. Yates , Lewis S. Uuc.l .
A. E. Tou/.iliu.
BANKINV ( Ol'FICK :
THE IRON BANK
* Cor. S2th and Fnrnnm fits.
A General Uaulclnir Uu inebs Tciumoto
WM. MO unoFit. ii. r. eonwEiJCi
lioowixi. , iV .M I.VSOMI ,
Real Estate Dealers
110 Soulh Spring Slrcct ,
LOS AXGKLKS ,
Doitlcrs In city inn. couulry piopurty or ail , <
( Ifcrlpllcina. ( lononil liiloiuiutluii to uow-
A n Iflntvl nn tlio Hoiitlinrn cniiht of M
utis ( moil IMiliik nuU liunclilor liatiiintr.
cwied In tlio ci-it Siiiiiincr ( . .Ir.ii.ta In the world
Kor full p irllflar * itililross ,
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FOUNTAIN , .
CUT VND .
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