Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 04, 1887, Part I, Page 8, Image 8
If > - THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 4. 1887.-SIXTEEN PAGES. HOMES iALBRIGHT'S CHOICE : Healthy Location , Easy of Access , Moderate Prices , Liberal Terms ! The "Glioice Is the largest and most valuable addition to SOUTH CXM.A.E3.A. : : : . It lies on the line of the Union Pacific and B. tfe M. Railways. It ad joins the Iocatioii4 > the great industrial enterprises. It has a Perfect Natural Drainage , and is therefore healthy. It has the most fa- voiable train seivica of any suburban residence - . dence location any place near Omaha. For these and other reasons an investment here will more surely yield satisfactory re turns than any other locality. lits Ch oice. The accompanying cuts show the elevation n ground floor plans'of cottages now being - built in Albright's Choice , ; South Omaha , for the benefit of persona ojj limited means who desire to secure COMKWN AHLH HOMKS ON REASOXA1ILH TliKMS , witllilj easy access of the city. The very favorably hourly train service between Albright Stat tion and the city , for Eighteen Hours Dail $ makes this the most desirable location for su burban residences near Omaha. A number off these cottages are now completed and ready for sale on such EASY TERMS that no one can afford to be without a home. Should the plan shown hero not be suitable in size op , arrangement , we have others to show , ana will make every reasonable effort to suit purchasers. ' ' o/n For full particulars , prices and terms , call upon \ W. G. L IGHT , outh 15th Street i OPENS WITH A RUSH , Thousands of People Attracted by L < 0. Jones & OO.'B Fall Opening. Kvcryuody Delighted and Hun- clrcdH oT Callers Ciury Away Subittaiitlal Souvenirsof , the OccoBlon. During August the American CJotliiors were "busy us beavers" enlarging and decorating their famous clothing house nt I'M ) Fsirnam. Yeatorday , with its profuse decorations of bunting , nuwly decorated nulls unil ceilings , and its myriad of substantial tables fairly groan ing with their feast for the outer ruun , it presented u most inviting anpearanco which was clearly evidenced by tlio throng of Omuhn'fl bust citizens that crowded its aisles ulinost contin ually , from early morning until lalo in the evening. Us windows too , Wore gazed into by thousands of persona and many were llio complimentary re marks rnudo about the attractive show- ings. ings.L. O. Jones & Co. , open the fall sea- on with their clerical force doubled in si/o nnd still customers were compelled frequently to await their turn so great was the crowd of eager buyers. Tills week will bo a great week for Omaha and equally BO for L. O , Jones it Co , , and no stranger should leave the city until they have Visited this wonderful establishment for the clothing of malu mankind. T11A1NS. To Grand Army lluiinlna Grounds nnd Oninha Fair Ground * . The Union 1'acitic Hallway Company will run special trains September 5th to 10th Inclusive , betwpon 10th and Leaven- worth streets and Grand Army Reunion grounds , stopping at foot of Davenport street and at Fair grounds station each wny as follows : Uoiug out Leave 10th and Loaven- cnworth streets at 8tO ; a. in. and every hour thereafter until and including 11:10 : p. m. , arriving Davenport bt. G minutes later , arriving Fair ground station 20 minutes later , arriving at tlio Kuunion grounds 25 minutes later. Returning Leave reunion grounds at 8-l : ( ) a. in. , and every hour thereafter un til 11:40 : p , m. , arriving at Fair grounds station live minutes later , arriving Daven port street twenty minutes later and ar riving at Tenth and Lcavcuworth streets twoniy-flvo minutes later. Faro single trip ton cents ; round trip llftcun cunts. On and after Aug. 28 , the Missouri Pa- citlo railway will rim two trains daily to Nebraska City , leaving Omaha ! t 10:45a. : m. nnd 0:10 p. m. , from their depot at 15th and Webster sts , arriving at Ne braska City at 117 : ! p. in. and 11:55 : p. in. For further information call at city ticket otlico , 218 So. lUh ! Bt. KntcrprUr. Brown & Crclghton , ono of the most olid nnd progressive real estate linns in the city , have recently issued a very haudsouio pocket map of Omaha in con nection with u email pamphlet giving statistics of the remarkable growth and prosperity of the city. These maps are for frco distribution and can bo obtained at the ollico of the firm , a. e , corner lUth nd Douglas streets. Situations Scoured. Valentine's Shorthand Institute never tnils to secure situations for its graduates. Cull or send for circulars , 1515 Dodge st , , Omaha. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ lx > ok out for the auction sale of lots on Sept. Oth in Lake Side , Ulehlleld & Hell- Man's addition , bv the D. 'A. Allen Hc.nl Eitato & Auction Co. . . ' I'UKSIDENT OF A BANK. John Ik MilfH at the Head of n Now U in nil a Savings Uank K A. Dcnsou a Director. Davenport Democrat : Dnvenuort busi ness talent is making itself felt in the financial circles of Orauha fn an energetic manner. Last Monday the Nebraska Sav ings bank went into permanent organisa tion. Honest John Miles , as lie was culled when lie ran away ahead of his ticket while running for mayor , has , in his short residence in Omaha where ho wont for the summer only , become the pre.si.dent of one ot tiic biggest financial institutions in tlie state of Nebraska , lie will make a president whom his associates will respect , and n citizen us public-spirited and worty as any on earth.JI K. A. Henson - son , also of this city , is ono of his a&so- ciutes in the directory of tlio bank. A tinne Foil Want at Ijast Supplied. Something important to tlio residents in tlio southern part of the city. Satur day. Snpt. 10th , a now and enterprising linn , Mostollcr , Scott & Co. , will open in the now building , corner 15th and Vinton streets , a nosv and well selected stock of staple and fancy Dry Ciqods , Groceries , Provisions , &c. Tim active members of the linn are experienced and wide-awake young men. The head of the firm , Mr. L. F. Mostoller , has been identified with the retail Dry Goods trade for tiftcen years. The past two years has been at the head of the silk nnd drc.ss goods de partment with the popular firm of O'Don- ahoo & Sliorfy. The grocery department will bo in charge of ono of the best posted grocery men in I lie city. The location is ono of the best in Omaha , nnd we pre dict wonderful success for the firm of Mostollor , Scott & Co. Hemembnr the date of their opening. Saturday , Sept. 10th. New store cor. 15th and "Vinton streets. _ _ Visitor. * to the Fair. DO NOT FAIL TO CALL AND SHE OUH NKSV FALL MILL1- NKUY. H. M. GENIUS & HHO. , 1408 DOUGLAS STIIEET. Wo have the reputation of carrying the largest and linest stock. Finest BO- lection of Trimmed Hats and Honnets. Selling goods cheaper than any house west of Chicago. Selling the most goods and satisfy all of our customers. Do not fail to call when yon are in Omaha. H. M. GENIUS &IUIO. , Douglas St. , bet. 14th and 15th , Omaha. Iowa State Fair , Held at Dos Moines from September 3 to 0. Tickets for the round trip from Coun cil IiluH'8 , including admission to tlio fair , $4.45 , on sale from September 1 to 0 , in clusive , goodto return on or before Sep tember 13. Tickets will bo on saio nt the Chicago , Hock Island & Pacific ticket of- lice , ia05 I'lirnam street. S. S. Stevens , general agent. Uonutllul Cllltou Hill. HANDSOME Grammercy park , lots only $725 and $750 and your choice. flOO CASH , balance live semiannual payments. This is an opportunity to double your money before any further payments uro required. Secure ono now. A. P. TUKKY , 1324 Faruam st. _ Fair Inhibitors. Parties wishing their pictures framed for exhibition will please call early nnd avoid disappointment. A. llospo , jr. . 1513 Douglas. _ Cutting School , 1O13 Howard. Lessons given in scientUio dress cutting free of charge for a few days. Visitors invited. Auction. 73 aero lots September 0 , Lake Side add ; flab on the grounds ; abstracts far- The G. A. R. Reunion at Omaha next week is an assured suc cess. The preparations are on a mag nificent scale -in Keeping with the city andit Hvo population. Hut when you talk of rushes and jams you should call at the Chicago Bargain Shoo Store , 1318 Doujtlas street. The place is littcrally overrun with customers. The genial proprietor has just returned from the east where ho has been assisting their regular buyer , who is constantly in the east securing bargain ? . The immense clock purchased is now being unpacked. The outside of this store is not as impos ing as that of some others , but in amount and variety of stock the Chicago Bargain Shoo Store is the equal of any store in ttio city. They have a line line especially suited to school children. Dd not fail to see them. They have boots , slices and slippers , from medium to the finest quality , and the ladies and gentlemen of Omaha can rest assured that they need not go farther than 1318 Douglas street to got any Kind of footwear they may desire. Their motto is , ' 'Honest goods and square deal ing , " and they mark every article in plain figures and have one price for every customer. They will not allow of any misrepresentation whatever , and when they tell you a shoe is calfskin , you can rely on it being just as represented. The immense volume of trade done by them , coupled with their unexcelled facilities for buying , make it possible for ttiem to oiler the low prices which tlioy are making. Among the diflcrcnt first class manufacturers' goods always in this stock are the following : George W. Ludlow , Chicago ; P. Cox Shoo company , Hochostcr , N. 1. ; Reynolds Bros. , Utica , N. V. ; Xoiglcr Bros. , Philadelphia ; Rob ert Couch Co. , N. 1) . Dodge , George K. Keith , Wallace Elliott it Co. , William Dorscli it Co. , Newark , N. J ; A. I. Smith , Lynn , Mass. ; Bay State Shoo Co. , Now York City. Their street sign is a mammoth gilded shoo on wheels , which , if you inspect closely , is num bered 1318 Douglas street , its busy homo. Auction or Koal Kstnte. On Thursday , September 8 , at 10 a. m. , in front of our ollirc , corner Kith and Dougjas streets , wo will sell to tlio high est bidder at auction 20 lots in Irene place , which is a sub of Weiss' subdivision sion , and joins Central park on tlio west. Tht'Mj are good lots and well located in a rapidly growing part of the town. Also , at the same time , wo will sell lot 2li , of Tuttlo's sub-division , containing 5 acres , more or less. This tract Is finely situated for platting into lots. Tarms easy. Brown & Creighton , Auctioneers , south east cor. 10th and Douglas. Fair Gronnrta and Imposition. The Missouri Pacific ll'y will run trains to and from tno fair grounds , daily , from their depot , 15th and Webster sts. Trains will run every half hour commencing at 0 o'clock a. m. Round trip tickets will bo 15 cents ; ono way tickets 10 cents. Kveryboily 8utintlort. Money cheerfully refunded to an3ono bujing a $10 lot at 1415 Farnam street who will not acknowledge all lots to bo worth many times more than prices asked. Sale commences Sept. 5th at 1115 Farnam street. Fair Exhibitors. Parties wishing their pictures framed for exhibition will please call early and avoid disappointment. A llospo , jr. , 1518 Douglas. _ Insure in the Nebraska & Iowa Insur ance Co. of Omaha , the oldest and largest company m the state. Boys wanted Ten good reliable boys wanted at American District Telegraph Co. , li04 ! Douglas street , Good wanes ; steady. ' - THE DOKUIS & COI.V1N CIRCUS. Wild West and Hippodrome A Great Show VoHtcrday. Kansas City had yesterday afternoon and evening the very best nnd biggest show that ever exhibited here , including all the circuses Harnum's , Foropaugh's and the rest. It is a wonderful show. The circus proper is entirely complete , with more actors than three ordinary shows. 'J ho menagerie H also wonder fully oonpieto and includes a great va riety of wild boasts. The hippodrome has many exciting races. It is without an equal. The races are um on their own merits. The Wild West is rcpleto with wonders , the Custer massacre , the stage coach robbery and Leon riding thirty-one horses at ouo time being the leading acts. The Custer battle is indeed grout. The whole show stands unequaled. Twenty-five thousand persons attended hero. [ Kansas Ciiy Times , August 2 , 1837. 1837.Tho The above named show , in all its great ness , will positively exhibit at Omaha Thursday , September 22. Wo advise all to sco it. In Twenty ! M juntos. The motor line had for passengers yes terday several of the stockholders of the now "Military Avenue Building and Sav ins association. " Their trip was for two purposes to examine their property and to sco at what speed the motor line made. They wore more than pleased with both the property and the quick time made in getting there. The trip each way was made in just live minutes and when llio connection is made with the city linoj parties owning houses in this association can bo Inndod at the ex position building in twenty minutes. Shares are being rapidly taken , and W. K. Gratton , the secretary , is moro than uleased with llio success ho is meeting with. Call on him nt121 Douglas street. Omaha Commercial College , Farnam St. _ Night school opens Monday evening. Same brunches taught in the day are taught in the evening school. Besides those , shorthand , typo writing nnd Ger man. An excellent chance for those engaged - gaged through the day. Many iiavo ar ranged already nnd n largo attendance is certain. Any ono can outer. A full corps of teachers are present every oven- ing. Time spent lioro is cheaper and in finitely better spent than in profitless picasure. Begin at once. Call and talk it over with us or send for circular. Auction t Auction ! Tuesdav , Sept. Oth , at 10 o'clock a. m. , at southeast corner of 21th and Leaven- worth , All the furniture of a 0-rooin house , carpets , beds , parlor suit , cook stoves , heutors , dishes , everything must bo sold without reserve. A. W. COWAN & Co. , Auctioneers. Confusion. To avoid confusion at the $10 lot sale at 1415 Farnam st. . commencing Monday , Sept. 0 , numbered tickets will bo issued entitling the holder to choice of lots ns to order of numbers held , providing ho answers promptly to his call. The property owners of Nebraska should natronizo home by insuring in the Nebraska & Iowa Insurance Co. of Omaha , the oldest and the largest com pany m Nebraska. No Taxes ! Nice Groves ! And lots at Ten Dollars each. A war ranty deed eiven to each 40x125 foot lot for exactly Ten Dollars , at 1415 Farnam street. Sale September S to 10. Auction. On tlio groundH'fuesilay Clh , at 10 a , m. 140 city lots in Lake Side addition. Don't forget that F. L. Cotton sells hard nui soft rosil. 813 N. 10th st. The Homo Fire. It may be of interest to the pcoplo of this city nnd state to know that among the most successfully conducted and prosperous institutions in Nebraska is the Homo Fire Insurance company of Omaha. The company's premium receipts amount to $175,000 , nnd its business is In creasing. Its assets now nro about $200,000.00. Over 200 losses Iiavo boon paid by tlio ' "Homo Fire , " to people of Nobrask'a.nnd the company has a receipt in full for satis factory settlement , and a complimentary letter for prompt and honorable dealing in every case. The company has never boon sued. There is no reason why a worthy homo insurance company should not receive tlio patronage and support of tlio people of this state , nnd judging from the high standing of the ollicers nnd directors of the "Homo Fire , " and tlio care it oxer- pises in the selection and management of its business , and the fair nnd honorable way it has paid its losses , and dealt with the public , this company is worthy of the largo patronage it is receiving. A Now Photographer. To-morrow the IMclx photograph gallery - lory opens for business at 1406 Farnam. Mr. H. Pietz , tlio proprietor , has had a life experience in his busbies ? , and for the last ( iftcon years has been at Spring- lieUl , III. He had heard so much of Omaha that last July ho came lioro to sco the city and was so much taken with the city that ho concluded to locate here. Ho holds several diplomas from the etato of Illinois , and ono from the World's ' expo sition at Now Orleans for the best work from Illinois , Chicago included. His work is extensively used in illustrating artistic work in photographing journals. Ho will do a good business hero. Warranty Dord Given and every lot a building lot , high , dry and level , 40x125 feet in si/.e , free from encumbrances. Ten dollars pays in full for tlio lot , remember. M15 Far nam street from Sept. 5 to 10. nipthcrla Cured with "Jo-Ho" Oil. The oil lias tlio power of eliminating all tlio poisons from the system , hence the wonderful cures. With this remedy at hand every mother could uo her own physician , and diptheria , croup , and all infantile ailments would vanish , and no more empty cradles to grieve the moth ers of the nation. The above is from Mrs. Mary F. Barnes , of Davenport , la. , n lady who has no interest in this great remedy , only to see sull'ering alleviated and life saved. Sold onlv in Omaha by T. B. FOKOV. Hoom K , Gruenig block. Cor. 13lli and Dodge street. A Scramble , There will bo n scramble for those Ten Dollar South Oninha lots ai 1415 Farnam street. Think of it ! A 46x125 foot lot free from incumbranco for only Ton Dollars : No contract ! No mortgage ! ? 10 is payment in full nnd you walK off with a warranty dectl in your pocket. Sale commences September 5. Frcn Admission. Every day during the fair to tlio great $10 lot salu at 1415 Farnnm street , 300 South Omaha lots to bo sold for10 each. Warranty deed given with eacli lot. Size of lot"40x125 , 1115 Farnam St. % BM i An Old Rnllahlo HOIIBO. It you want to buy or soil farm or city property 1 will bo pleased to sco you and cau oflcr as good trades as the market affords , M. M. I'Aititisu , with ASIES REAL ESTATB AOENOV , 1507 i'arnam st. John Grant , the slogolitio sidewalk paver , has his office in room 120 , Hamgo block. Telephone 824. "FIFTY THOUSAND STRONG , " ' 'We ' Are Doming , Father Abraham , " Prom Every Part of Nebraska and Iowa. THE GRAND ARMY REUNION. The Great Mass Gathering of Vet erans Which [ logins in the City To-morrow Vast Preparations. Scene * at Camp L/oijnn. Flanked on the north by a dark , men corn Held with a fringe of heavy , large willows on the west , on n green plain stands Camp Lo gan. It is not without good reason that old veterans and participants In reunions say no superior as to location and topography has over been found in the country. Immedi ately to the south Is the new depot and bag gage loom of the Union Facllic Hallway company , the track comes up to this nnd a largo new platform Is for the accommodation of visitors to the camp. Just beyond to the south is Cut-oil lake , across which sail boats skim and around which reeds nod. There are twenty-four streets in the camp , known by letters Ironi A to X. These streets run troin east to west , and there are two rows ot tents between the btreet1 ! . There are throe thoroughfares running north and south , \Vebt n\enue , which Is the main street. Cen tral avenue and iHast avenue. Oil Central avenue is the dining room , also other places of accommodations. The Indies of the Meth- odUt church have a dining hall on headquar ters row In which meals will bo regularlr served during the WCOK. The sneaking nnd musical platforms are on K , .M. nnd N htroiits. The pipes which co.ivoy the drinking water around the camp aio novel and effective. There are 4,000 feet ot them , and thirty-five faucets , either of the latter giving a stioam as strong as any hydrant In the city. A barrel Is stationed at each faucet , to bo filled with lee packed away lu water. Thus each person attending the encampment will have plenty of leo water. The white "army duck" habit ations in their neat tiimness and regular rows present a very enlivening appearance , while away to the south and cast strains ot music are wafted from the camp of regulars who are llvlnc their regular lite. Just east ot them Is tlio boiler niid the engine on the hank ot the lake , that pumps the wtitor to the grounds through the pint's. Northeast of Camp Logan In Its fresh plank array. Is an amphitheatre 400 roet long with a seating capacity of ' _ ' , MK ) , which fionts to tlui north , where .stretches a well adapted plain , the parade ground. On this will be fought the sham battle and will bo executed the maiietivros that always bewilder everyone except a soldier. t. There Is a dancing pavlillon 100x10 feet in which the dltciples ot Terpsichore ran double discount "Cutty bark" eighteen hours out of the twenty-four , to the tunes of the Musical Union. An Immense commissary department under the charge of Keavis and Kaufman. .South of the camp nnd on the north edge of the shimmering lake the workmen nro engaged In DulMlng the llotllla which will realistically represent the passao-o of the federal llotllla by Vlcksburg April 15. lbG3. In that frightful and ternhle grand pilgrimage , the transport Henry Clay with union soldiers on board was blown up. There will btf four gunboats on the lake , lien ton the llagehlp , Carondelt't. Tubcondla. a monitor and General Jlragg , the maat ship , and the army transport Henry Clay. 1'llots on tint boats for the look out , the sleek black bides of the dread water warriors , the binoko blacks with their heavy volumes of smoke rolling hence , the earth-quaking thunders of three batteries of oitillery , two federal nnd ono state , the zipping , Incandescent wire rockets bursting hig'i ' In air , the firing of 3,000 rounds ot ammunition , the blazoof icd lights nnd the blazing splashing of hand granades against the sides of the gunboats as they Fall past the confederate fortifications ulll make a spectacle never before seen In the webt , short of reility. A pavllllun to scat about COO on the waters cdgo IB finished. Just opposite It In the water a chip Is being built lor the representa tion of "Pinafore. " Chicago artists and art istes will help In carrying outthe programm on board " 11. SI. S. " The boats In the naval and land encountoi will bo manned by experienced sallur.s. T With tlio Hags flofUInz and the marine ditto , the grand stands tilled with beautlfiijl women gaylvarrajed na bellti a holiday It- honor of the grand old veterans , with th civilians out in foice , with the peaceful ani _ probperoua citizens of to-day , the bankers , the lawyers , the doctors and business men or the country , changed back to their hfo when they had but passed their t\\o or three score mile-post on the pll iImago of life when thev were warriors ready to bo shot down or sabred to death or moio wllI- in , ' still , reverse conditions , wltti thvse atilt mated men lo-onactlngthe scones calculated to keepalive the lires of patrotlsm in them selves and furnish the spark to light them In the now generation. All will continue to make a gorgeous pageant , a stlning and ad mirable spectacle. First National itiink Fnrnlttire. The contract for furnishing the inter ior equipment for the First National Hank building has been awarded to A. II. Andrews it Co. , of Chicago. The com petition for the work was very netivo and , as each competitor submitted his own sketches , the award hinged largely upon the merit of the design submitted.- ' The award was made after very careful consideration , nnd the banking room will bo handsomely equipped. The character of the design selected ia in the Romanesque or Anglo-Norman. All of tlio wood work will beef of the choicest mahogany. Marble will bo cudolythic. All metal will bo of cop per , and the contract will bo actively pushed in order that the building may bo occupied at the earliest posRiblo date. A. 11. Andrews & Co. are also executing all of the interior fittings for tlio United States National bank building. In this , case the woodwork will bo of iuitiuo | quarter-sawed oak. All of the metal parts will bo of electro-plated iron tinibh. Marble will bo ondolvtliie. The room will be handsomely decorated , and the equipment thorough and complete in every detail. The progress of the work will bo watched with much interest , and the ne\v banks of Omaha will certainly excel any thing else of their kind either east or west. Falconer Dnconitea. N. 15. Falconer is making extensive preparations for the decoration of his store in honor oi the Grand Army boys and will no ilonbt proscnf a very impos ing view , lie intends to spare no pains or expense to make this display surpass anything ho has yet undertaken. Mr. Falconer is also making great prepara tions for his opening of fall goods next ; Tuesday and Wednesday. Free Kliow. Commencing Monday , Soptomhor 5 , at M15 Farnam btreot , ! ! 00 South Omaha lots to bo sold for $10.00 each. Don't miss this opportunity. Warranty deed with each lot. 1415 1-arnam street. lluy your coal before the advance from F. L. Cotton. 81 ! ) N. ICtli. A Itiish. It will bo Impossible to keep the crowd back when they find out where the f 10 South Omaha lots are located. Sale commences Sept. 5 , at M15 Farqam st. The Nebraska it Iowa Insurance Co. of Omaha pays its losses immediately and in full. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 100 lots : Ilcllman'tJ addition. Sale oil grounds bopt. Olh. ( ico. L. Fisher , Architect , Itoom 4T | Chamber of Commerce building. You will find a policy In the Nebraska < t Iowa Insurance Co. , ol Omaha , a good tiling in the hour of need , I'rotect your property by a policy In the Nebraska it Iowa Insurance Co , , of Omaha.