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OMATTA DATTry BEE : SATURDAY , MAKOH 24. 1888.
COLIPIMTS OF SHIPPERS.
'ttho Intor-Stato Commission Hoara
the Grie'vnnco of Beatrice.
A FARM HAND'S CROOKEDNESS.
Ho HotM Ills Kmploycr of Money txnd
Gold Illngfl nd Absconds Dis
trict ConrtSiillfl Cnpltnl
CrnoM TUB TIF.E'S LINCOLN
The Intcr-fltnto commerce commission con-
United Its session In this city yesterday In the
closing work of hearing complaints nt this
point. The Jlrst cnio Uiltcn up yesterday wns
thoono Brought by the Beatrice board of
trade and citizens against roads centering
there. The complaint was found defective In
many ways , especially as the rates of a num
ber of roads were made the subject of com
plaint against the local road terminating In
the city. Their- complaint alleged that the
Union Pacific discriminated against the
place on eastern shipments but they failed to
cite the eastern connections that assisted in
formulating the rate exacted. Discrimina
tion was cited ns being made by the Union
Paclllc nnd Burlington roads against Beat
rice and in favor of Omaha , Lincoln nnd
Hastings. The commission decided to ac
cept testimony notwithstanding the lack of
the pnK3r | to como up to the requirements.
A number of Bcatlco citizens wcro put upon
the stand nnd their testimony given.
They testified that ono complaint was that
n nuinoer of Interior towns wcro given Mis-
Bourl river rates , while the same rates or pro-
pOrtionnto rates , were denied to them ,
/anong the places cited as Laving this advan
tage in rates nro Tccumsch , Auburn , Pawnco
City and Dunbar. Testimony was also given ,
regarding the rates on lumber nnd merchan
dise now in force on shipments to that point
compared with rates on like shipments at
other times , Ono of the remaining Lincoln
cases was practically consolidated with this
Beatrice caso. A good many Beatrice cltt-
v.ons wcro In attendance at the hearing of
this case nnd a number of proihlncnt attor
neys and citizens from other parts of the
state have listened to the different coses.
During their stay in this city the commls-
plon have had rooms at the Windsor hotel
Vvhoro a number of citizens have called upon
them. Judge Cooley is always ready to talk
[ aw. William U. Morrison talks politics.
JMr. Walker talks about the western country
which ho greatly enjoys and Mr. Bragg is nu
Uttentlvo listener to all.
uommn ms F.MH.ornn.
Paul Wiggins , , a farm hand , wns having a
preliminary hearing yesterday before the
county court. The night before Wiggins ,
Whp works for a farmer named Frank Ab
bott , seven miles west of the city- disap
peared , nnd when an investigation was made
Mr. Abbott found that ho had taken with
him some ? 50 In cash , n check given by S. W.
jBiirnlmm for $32 , and three cold rings. The
bfllccrs were notified , and Wiggins was dis
covered at West Lincoln , whore ho was at
tempting to cash the check and had already
endorsed it over. None of the missing money
\vaa found on his person , but the rings wcro
there. Abbott has been engaged in buying
cattle for S. W. Burnhnui , and had received
jbho check nnd cash the day prior to the night
Of the thieving.
> DISTRICT COURT CASES.
The Jury in the case of Hoxio vs. Kelley
for civil damages has been out two days , and
n damage case against the Missouri Pacific is
also in a jury'shands. The case of Burns vs.
jDurfeo was on trial yesterday.
Sarah B. Rowland has sued her husband ,
iloseph B. Rowland , for divorce on the
fcround of wilful desertion -since the 3rd of
February , 1884. The parties were married in
1878 in Makondn , 111. , and the defendant is a
dentist by profession.
Hutcblns and Parker have commenced
Buit against George Boardmari to recover the
bmount of u , note for 8150.50 duo ; u 1837. At
tachment proceedings have been taken in
connection with the case.
Duvld May has commenced foreclosure
proceedings against H. C. Blltenbcndcr ,
Frank J. Bibley and Alice P , Sibloy to secure
the title to lots In Grant's addition to Lin
coln given as security to certain promissory
The attachment papers In court filed
ngainst A. D. Guile , the furniture dealer , are
lield by different wholesale furniture houses.
Applications to have the attachments dis
solved have been filed nnd will bo heard by
the court at an early day. In the J. Friend
& Son failure case a number of attachments
liuve been Issued by parties whoso claims
were not secured by chattel mortgage.
JrilB NEBRASKA W.BVATOU AND GHAIN COMPAXT
bf this city has fllea nrtioles of Incorporation
with the county clerk. The company com
prises a number of grain men from different
parts of the state , Lincoln and Plattsmouth
buyers being unanimously represented , and
the total number of incorporators number a
majority of grain buyers on the B. & M. line
In this section of the stato. The principal
place of business is at Lincoln. The capital
Btock upon which they open business is (5,000
nnd tills is to bo increased from time to time
OS required , to $2,000,000. The incoruorators
lire Thomas W. Lowry , Patrick Eagan ,
Joseph Alex Connor , J. M. Sewoll , Mason
CrcgK , C. F. Brown. William Loudon , O. T.
Hulburd , H. M. Olliver , G. W. Wirt. W. J.
Crandall , F. E. White , M. Morriscy and R.
C1TV ITEMS ,
"Tho county commissioners will advertise
" " for bids for the now court house- building on
the 1st of April , " said County Clerk Boll
Vostorday , "provided the architect has his
plans ready , and wo have Ills promise that
they will bo forthcoming on that dato. "
The contest for the republican nomination
for police judge promises to bo a warm ono
In this city. The ofllco is a political plum of
iio small slzo and thus far W. J. Houston , J.
K. Phllpot. Major Hastings nnd J. M. Eddy
pro In the ilold with throu wards yet to hear
The regents have completed the work of
their mcotlncr nnd adjourned to meet In June
unless called In special session previous to
that time. The building committee willhavo
nn omwrtunjty to push things on the new
buildings for which the last session made
nppioprlntlons , nnd It is the Intention to have
the buildings completed by September ,
Ono year ugo a savings bank department
was opened In the city schools In which once
uach week the children who desired could
. jnnko deposits from ono penny upwards. The
BUOCCSS of the plan is shown by the fact that
those deposits for the year have amounted to
The prohibition party has billed the city
* for political meetings from now until the
Spring election , They nro to have a meeting
every evening until that dato. The dilTorcni
wards nro to have local meetings and all IB to
wind up with u grand rally the night before
The stnto live stock commission has or-
angomcnts mndo to have seven veterina
rians in the Held after April 1 , and cverj
case docketed will bo disposed of as speedily
Spenkor Harlan , of York , in the city
SOUTH OMAllyy NEWS ,
M. A. Dudley , Fremont , had two cars of
cattle on the market.
C. H , Winshlp Is In from Fremont with
two cars of cattle.
Stretch & Decnman are In from Valparaiso
\vith ( our loads of cattle.
P. McMullon , of Lyons , has two loads of
cattleon the market.
F. Wi Hole Is In from Chicago , represent
ing the packing flrni of Miller Halo & Co.
Yesterday afternoon graders commenced
Burfaciug N street between Twonty-fourtl
Bticet and the track.
J. B. Erlon loaves for Denver to-day
whore ho will represent the Stockman at the
cattle raisers' convention. . Ho will bo away
Father Morlarity returned to his Soul )
Omaha parish yesterday , and found all the
friends he had loft and more too ,
The heirs of the late W. A. Evans draw
3,000 insurance- from the Masonm Benevolent
lent association , $2COO going to his widow
siul $1,000 to ills daughter.
The "pulling match" resulted in the South
Omaha man pulling 150 from his Omalm ri
val. Ho pulled it yesterday afternoon.
South Omaha has Inventors asvoll as
Other citherns , Ed. B. Merrill , invented a
failroad frog-protector and yesterday sold a
half interest to 0. Akofor for fbOU. ,
Aithur Hothery will in future give Jcssonf
In the manly nrt to the Sporting Sons of
Erin club. The membership 1 * growing
rapidly and a grand ball talked about.
Friends of John. O'Rourko arc not satisfied
With the icstilt of the Third ward demo
cratic meeting nnd won't lot him retire. Ho
will be out on an Independent democratic
ticket and will no doubt make things lively.
John A. Kohoo , president of the Livestock
Shippers' association , loft lor Lincoln yester
day. Ho will present the claims of ship
pers to the Intor-stato commission , nnd will
prefer charges against several roads.
Pat Rowley UnoWoutln regular order as
n candidate for city treasurer. Proceedings
of the meeting which decided ho shuld run ,
nnd his rensonn for coming out , will bo-pub-
llshcd , but are now held back for want of
Guests nttho Exchange hotel yesterday were
F. W. Hule , Chlcago.E. H. Wllcox , Wnhoo ,
Neb. , M. A. Dudley , Fremont , Nob. , C. H.
Wlnchlp , Fremont , Neb , , W. H. Colcman ,
Greenwood , Neb. , Alva Smith , Wnvcrly ,
Neb. , nnd John Hoag , Wnkoflcld , Neb.
At the board of trade meeting ,
the following gentlemen were elected as a
> onrd of directors,1 Foi-threo years , J. C.
Jarrnl , D. Anderson , C. M. Hunt , Frank
loyd nnd C. C. Van ICuren ; for two years ,
I. O. Miirtln. F. M. Smith , J. A. Doc , H. II.
Mcday nnd W. II. Beckett ; for ono year , J.
3. Krlon , J. F. Hltthhnrt , Z < Cuddlngton ,
Frank Persons and E. H. Howlandi
Thursday night the council met nnd ap
pointed the following officials
md polling places election day :
"Mrst ward polling place nt
? rankPlvonka's : clerks , L. Carpenter , E.
L. Lane ; judges , Thomas Dowllng , J. Ander
son. Second ward polling place nt Judge
levy's olllco ; clerks , J. S. Miller , J. Nelson ,
George Donnelly ; Judges , J. Levy , J. Wol-
vertson. Third ward polling place at Pat
lowloy's old stand , Q street ; clerks ,
fohn Gorman , O. Connell ; judges ,
Thomas Ryan , Phlnney , J. Maher ,
fourth ward , polling place. Exchange bulki
ng. Clerks. K. A. Sterns , C. A. Harnlo ;
udgcs , W. Bennett , M. Murphy , and C. W.
ONE JUDGE MAUUY8 ANOTHER.
Peculiar Ceremony Presided Over By
When Judge Shields canio down to the
county court yesterday morning to deal out
justice ho drew from his inside pocket a mar-
iago licenses which ho deposited in the pigeon
hole sot apart for the reception ofthcso
irccious documents. The judge looked like a
nan who had performed some sort of n
jcuovolcnt net for his fellow man , and his
face was wreathed in smiles. To a BEB re-
iorter Iio said that ho had been "exchanging
.Ho courtesies of the profession" nnd had
united in the holy bonds of matrimony frco
of charge Hon. O. C. Tarpcnnlng , of Wahoo ,
county judge of Saunders county , and Miss
Frankie Compton. of Ashland , Neb. The
ceremony was performed at the Mlllard , and
the judtrc , after shaking hands with the
newly made couple and wishing them long
life and happiness , took his departure.
The curious feature about the ceremony
being performed in Omaha instead of at the
homes of the bride or groom was that Mr.
Tarpcnnlng could not issue his own
marriage llcen'se , nor could ho become
possessed with ono unless ho resigned his of
llco and deputized tv man vested with the full
power of n county judge to do it. After this
being done , Mr. Tarponning feared complica
tions might arise , anil rather than have to po
through all these formalities ho and his brldo
decided to como to this city and bo married.
There is a case on record where a county
Judge resigned and deputized his clerk as
Judge long enough to secure a. marriage per
mit. This was the cnso of ex-County Judge
McCulloch , who was serving on 'the bench
when ho married , and temiwrarily endowed
his clerk. George Gurley , with all the pow
ers of Judge.
A Twenty Dollar Objection.
Paddy Ryan , the pugilistic negro who was
ejected from the meeting of colored voters
Thursday night on account of disorderly con
duct , was called to account by the police
magistrate yesterday afternoon. The only
excuse ho had to offer was that ho disagreed
with some of the speakers , but the Judge
thought this was insufficient to justify his
unparliamentary proceeding and fined him
$20 and costs.
Boils , pimples , hives , ringworms , tot
ter , nnd nil other manifestations of im
pure blood ure cured by Hood's Sarpa-
Pnvlner For Fremont.
Ross L. Hammond , editor of the Fremont
Tribune , is in the city. The purpose of Mr
Hammond's visit is to investigate the various
systems of pavement. ThoTribuno is agitat
ing the question of paving the streets o
Fremont and the people nro deeply intercstcx
in the matter. It Is very probable that BOY
oral of the streets ef that thriving city wil
be substantially paved in n short timo.
For Tliroat Diseases , Cnuglis , Colds ,
etc. , effectual relief is found in the usu ol
"Biown's Bronchial 'li-ocltca. " Price 2"
cts. Sold only in boxes.
Mrs. Bnllniitlno'a Grief.
Mrs. W. C. Ballantlno was called to
Brunswick , Mo. , Monday by the serious ill
ness of her mother. On reaching her * old
homo the lady wns informed that her mothoi
was dead , and to add to her weight of woe
she found her father prostrate and in n ser
ious condition. Mrs. Ballantino is tuo wife
of the chief clerk of the internal rovcnuo
ofllcc , this city.
Graceful forms , abundant tresses ,
Sparkling eyes our praise invite ,
But a blemish that distresses
And the loveliest face will blight-
Teeth uucleanly and unheeded ;
SOZODONT for such is needed.
Licensed to Wed.
The following marriage licenses were Is
sued yesterday by Judge Shields :
Name and Residence. Ago
O. C. Tarponn Ing , Wahoo , Neb aj ,
Frankie Compton , Ashland , NebX \
George F. Holcomb , Munoy , In 2 ;
Dalsoy Douglass , _ . Lehlgh . , Neb * 18
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free of oluirgo , than nro paid for by the
owners. A good thing deserves the
notice of the press.
In the treatment of rheumatism , gout
neuralgia , sciatica , &c. , Salvation Oi
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kills pain. Price 1J5 cents.
Mrs. Mount llocoveriiifr ,
Mrs. Mount , the estimable wife of Countj
Commissioner Mount , who hud her shoulde
dislocated by falling at her residence on Cnpl
tel avenue BOTIIO days tigo , is slowly iccover-
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OF SPRING PANTALOONS ,
AT . FOR AT FOB
S 2.60 Which was made to order ' 8 5.00 9 2.75 Which woe made to order IJ ' .V $ 5.24
3.60 7.00 3.50 7.0fl
4.20 8.00 4.75 8.60
4.00 8.60 2.00 10.00
5.35 10.00 5.G5 10.60
6.85 10.50 0.00 12-00
0.30 12.00 7.80 18.00
7.25 14.00 7.40 14.00
8.10 10.00 8.05 1C.OO
0.05 18.00 8.85 17.00
0.85 19.00 0.30 18.00
10.20 20.00 0.85 18.60
20.60 10.00 20.00
man for wearin'g apparel to the Misfit Parlors , 1119 Farnam St. , Omaha.
Epps's r Cocoa
"fly a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which BOTcrn the operation of digestion and nutri
tion , nnd by careful nppllr&llnn of the flno properties
of well'ducted Cocoa , Mr. Kups has provided our
breakfast tables with a dollcntuly flavored liovonmo
which nmy wivo us many henry doctor's bills. It la
by the judlcloiK UFO of xucli nrtlcles of diet thatu
constitution mar bo Krii'lunlly built up until 8lron
enough to resist every tendency to rtlscaao. Hun
dreds of subtle malHillcsnrotloatlnRnround us ruady
tonltnck whcrovor tboro Is awcak point. We may
ctxapaiuimya fHlalnhaft tiy keeping ourselves well
fnrllNod with pure blood and a properly nourished
frnme.-Clvll Service ( iarclto.
Mude simply wltb bolltnir water or milk. Bold only
In half pound tint l > y Croicra Inbclod thus ;
JAMES EPPS &CO , ,
Or Hie Liquor Halilt , Positively Cured by
Admlulstcrin ? Dr. Hniucs' Golden
It can be given In a cup of roltee or ton with
out the knowledge of the person taking it ; abso
lutely nannies' ) , and will t'lfcct a pennant and
speeOy cure , whether the patient is n modernto
drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
drunkards have beenmndo tempniuto men who
hn\otnkun Golden Specillc in their coffcowlth-
out their knowledge and today believe they
quit drinking of their own free will. It never
falls. The system once Impregnated with the
fneclllc. It becomes nn utter Impossibility for
the lUjunr appetite to exist. Tor sale by Kiilin
& Co. , nth and Douglas sts. , and ISth nnd Cum-
ing bts. , Omaha , Neb.t A. U. 1'ostor & Bro. ,
Council Illucri , lown.
DR H NOBLE Blair Neb
, , , , , ,
Importer and llrccjcrof
They nro nil One nnd In prime condition nnd can.
not full to suit. 'I'liuy cnntlit < jf prlzo nlnncrs nnd
tholr KCI , In bcntlnnd , Canniln und this country. Our
terms , prices nnd horses will mil you , Wrlln for nrl-
rosand purllculiirs. UlalrlsZl miles north of Omaha ,
on T. K. it M , V. K. U , und C. bt. I' . M. & 0,11 H.
Onr largo ROSES and other PIANTS win
tnake duplay in youi garden at ouco. We sell
, no slips or rooted cuttlnc' . Icimento stock of fresh.
Flower nnd Vocctnhlo NEEDH for all ell.
mates and all situations. 1 hsuiands of testimonials
Btteit the superior quality of our 1'lutitH and
Het'dn. Sendee. ( itampOforourumirulflceut
C'ATAI.OaUK for 188S. Most compleloand
Yaluable ever publiihcd , with colored pl tej and new
o tavki , ftt to all who mtnuoa thli paper.
: I M.I , uricaiB
'EwtfMRim'w ' '
! - . . ' 'Fi1 ' 1' ' . . 'B"ri.'JITgIy"f ' ] " ' '
S T MSS
S/Wni / SS tij : !
ThaSsodsnEUttJiJCa. l69U8illa > UChlc qa
dcri cur > d uiA U Etcmuh .
iutltSKnt fret on srpllcatloii.
Corsota of Europe -
eons tRo :
( ortablo ,
or made ,
Avoid worthlosalmltotlona. Corallno
Is used In no Corsota except tboso
made by us. None nro gonulno unloaa
CORALINEia printed -
od on Insldo of stool cover. For sale
by all leading merchants.
WARNER BROS , ,
k- % J. A. MINER. Manager.
FOR SALE BY
[ H. B. FALCONER AND FISHER BROS ,
( IUCQUAINTED WITH THE GCOQIUPHY OP THE COUNTRy WIU.
OBTAIN MUCH INrORMATION rROM A OTUDf OF THIJ Ulf Of THE
CDICfiGO , ROCK ISLAHD& PACIFIC R'Y '
Ita main Unco and branches Include cmOAdO ,
PEOHIA. MOLINE , HOCK ISLAND. DAVEN
PORT , DE3 KOINES , COUNCIL 13LTJFVS , TrTDQ.
QATINE. ILANBAB OITy. DT. JOSEPH. LEAV-
ENWOUXn. ATOHIQOIT. OEDAB BAFIDS.
WATERLOO. SUNNEAPOLIB , and BT. PAttti.
and ecorcB of latcrmtxliate cities. Choice of
routes to and from tha 1'nclflo Coast All trans ,
fcra la Union depots. Fast train * of rino Day
Coochee. elog-ant Elntog Care , magnificent Pull ,
man Palace Bloopers , and ( bstween Chicago , Bt.
Joseph. Atchlson and Kansai Olty ) Jlecllnlna
Chair Car , Beats Free , to bolder * of througU
Cm t-clnes tickets.
Chicago , Kansas & Nobraskn R'y
"Great Rook Island Route. "
Extends West and Bouthwost from Kaniai Oity
nndBt. Joseph to NELSON , HOHTON , , BELLE-
V7LLE. TOPEKA , UEBINQTON , WIOIHTA.
auzoniNBON , CALDWELL , ana au points ia
KAH8A8 AND SOUTHERN NEBRASKA
and beyond. Entire poaaenEer eijultnnont of the
celebrated Pullman manufacture. All safety ap
pliances and modern improvements.
The Famous Albert Loa Route
la the favorite between Chicago , Hock Island ,
Atcbloon. Kansas City and Minneapolis oodBt.
Paul. Its V/aUrtowB branch traverses the great
"WHEAT AND DAIRY BELT"
of Northern Iowa , Oouthwostern Minnesota , Bad
East Central Dakota to Watertown , Spirit Loko ,
Bloux Poll * and many other towns and cities.
The Short Line via Beneca and Bankakeo offers
superior facilities to travel to and from Indian-
polls , Cincinnati and other Southern points.
Per Tickets. Map. . JTilders , ordeelred Infarma-
Uon , apply at any Coupon Ticket Office or address
E. ST. JOHN. tf.A. HOLtinOOK ,
O al Uanaevr. Oen'l Tkt to Pass. Agt.
. OBMAQO , IUL , .
And Chicago ,
The only road to take for DCS Molncs , Mnrnlmltown-
Cedar Itanlila , Cllutuii , Dlxun , Chlcueo , Milwaukee
and all points east. To the people of Kcbraska. Colorado
rado , Wyoming. Utah , Idaho. Noviula , Oregon , Wash-
Inuton nnd California , It ouors superior adrantneos
not uosslblA r > r anr other line.
Amunx n forr of the numerous polntn of superiority
cnjo/Rd ljr the patrons of this road between Omaha
and Chicago , nro Its tire trains a day of UAV
COACH KS , which are the flnestthat human nrt unit
Inuenultr can create. Hsl'ALACHBLEKl'iNG CA118 ,
which are models of comfort and elexance. Its I'AH-
LOll UIIAWINU KOO.M CAW. ! unsurimpiipd by anr ,
nnd Its wldolr rclebriited PALATIAL HININO CAU9 ,
the equal of which cannot ho found elsewhoro. At
CounLlI HlurTd , tbo trains of the Union I'nclllo Railway -
way connctt In union depot wtlU those of the ChiC -
C KO A Nortiiwestcrn Hy. In Chlcaco the trains of
this line n ike close connoctlon with thosu of all
other Kasturn lines.
Kor Dntrnlt , Columbus , Indiannpolls , Cincinnati.
Nlncnra Kulla , llutrulo , I'ltttibur , Toronto , Montreal ,
lloatou , Now Vork , I'hllftdelithlu , Italtlniore , Wash
ington , nndutl points In theKast. Ask for tickets via
If you wish the bent accommodation. All ticket
iiconti spll tlclicu TU this Una.
if. 1IUQ1UTT , K. T. WII SON ,
uun'l Mnnager. ( lcn'1 i'ass'r Agent.
CHICAGO , IM.S.
W.N. BA11CO01C , Opii'l. Western Accnt ,
I ) , IS. KI.MUAI , ! , , Ticket Aaiml.
O. K. \ V1SJCity I'a3 eneer Agent.
HOI rarnam St. , Omaha , Nob.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
The Ucst Ilonto from Omalm and Council
TWO TItAINH DAILY IlKTWHISN OMAHA AND
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapids ,
Hock Inland , Frecport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Diibiiquc , UitTCiiport ,
Elgin , Madison , Janesrllle ,
llcloll , WJnuna , La Crosse ,
And all other Important points East , Northeast and
Kor through tickets call on the ticket acent at 1M1
Karnam struct , In llarker lllock , or ut Union 1'ncldo
I'ullinan Sleepers and the finest Dlnlne Cars In the
world tire run on the main Hue ol the Chicago. 3111
waiikce & St. 1'nul llallwar. and every attention U
paid to passengers by courteous employe ! of tha
U.MII.rKn , fleneral Manscer.
J. F. TIIOKKlt. Asil.tHnt General Manager.
A. V. It. OAUl'KNTEH , Uenoral 1'aitengor and
aR.K.lliAKFOnDAislitant General Pauonner
and Ticket Azent.
JT , CLAltlC Uencral SuperlnUndoot.
U. 8. DEP03ITOEY , OMAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital , - $26OOOO
Surplus , - BOOOO
II. W. YATEB. President.
LEWIS (5 ( , HEZD , VIce-Prosldont.
A. IJ , TOUHAMN , 2nd Vice-President.
W. II. s. HuauE . Cashier.
W. V MORSE , JOHNS. COLLINS ,
II. V l-ATKS. LlCWIS R. ItKKU ,
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. mil and Karnam Bin.
A General Hanking lluslncss Transacted ,
W cornUnx rcunratMl
yo if U > UK Deti t cdy
" "Cumin , k OWM t US ( gf O BOlb Ka
I TO t DiTB. t > d Gliet ,
\Veir sold ( ooiU r
uu Birliun. akU.udla c y cti * II
Ur4 l/t > > tht AUstt A UiU
! TUI OUnletl C .
DENVER'S JUBILEE !
GRAND CELEBRATION !
Of the Completion and Opening of tha
Denver , Texas & Gulf Railway !
Connecting Denver -with the Sea ; also the Third
Annual Convention of the
International Range Association
AT DENVER , COLO. ,
MARCH 28 , 29 , 30 & 31.
PBOGRAMME OP ENTERTAINMENT :
Wednesday , March 28 lleceptlon of visitors :
Kyenlng , Klrowork Display by the Phantom Ar
tilery Club , surpassing In excitement and gran
deur the famous Topeka Flambeau Club ,
Thursday , Jlarch 29 A f teruoou. Cowboy Tour-
rmment. Hoping nnd Hiding Uubroken nnd
Ducking Uroncos , Hocentlcm at the Tabor Grand
Civil. < 15T.jrnrch , ? ) A Orani1 aid Iinposlns
Military nnd Industrial Pageant. Fifteen
Hands In Line , together with the Celebrated
Cowboy Hand , of Dodge City. Kansas.
Saturday , March 81 Excursion to the Sfonn-
tains , and Urand Old Fashioned Harbecue. Dur
ing this cala week the business streets and pub
lic buildings of tha city -will bo Illuminated by
the finest and most resplendent Electrical Dis
play over attempted In this or any other city.
All transportation companies entering Denreo
have made low round trip rate ? . S25.OO only
for round trip tickets from all itflssouri River
points , Tickets will bo sold
on Monday. March
2(3 ( , only good for 1O days thereafter.
VISIT TBIE CfcWEEiV CITY
On this propitious occasion. fi.OOO cattlemen and
20.0UU vlsltois uro expected.
E.T.Allen , M. Df
Homoeopathic Specialist ,
EVE AND THROAT NOSE ,
HAMGE BL'K. , OMAHA
J.W. Barnsdajl. M. D
Iloinocoiiathlo Spociuliat ,
Gynacoloyiat and Obstetrician *
HAMGE BLOCK , - - OMAHA.
P. J. OALJHIAITIJ.
Surgeon and Physician.
Office N , W Corner mil and JJoiiKlas St. OfBoe
telephone , 405 ; Uealdence telephone , 6IJ3.
THE OMAHA BEE ,
Al PAST OF I
liy CAUIUIR FOIC
20 Cents a Week ,
Boren papers a eek. Send your order to tbo
1029 P Street , Capital Hotel Building
GOLD MJWAl , PARIS EXPOSITION iSJS ,
Woo. 3O3-4O4-I70-6O4 ,
THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS ,
Ssttmttti. earlr < itcity. l .t
toinliood , Us. 1 win iuli nU.iWt trf tUo u.ii.J )
eouulolni full particulars far t > uio iun , fix vj
* L rt Id J n 11 ,
r. C. FOWLERi MooUus , Oonn.j
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