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12 \ OTE OMAH/DATLY BEE : SUNDAY , JULY 8. 18SS.--TWELVE PAGES ,
Poliolllos mid Infolloltlos of the
A CHORUS GIRL'S COMPLAINT.
In Iiovc Itoniul lo-Marry Sent Uncle
Her Wcdillnc Presents A
Itoinanoc Ills Ultimatum
Till IlltK ,
Her wnys nro different lately ,
Her inunnur nltereu fitilto ;
Her voice lins softcncil greatly ,
Her footstep in more light ;
She bear * licr.ielf sedately
Anil Uroams from noon to night.
She's ' willful , wild , capricious ,
Hard , yielding , gay , distraite ;
She mils with accent vldouH
Against the nmrrlcd Rtntc ,
Ami then , with grief suspicious ,
Pities tiio celibate.
Her cheeks nro tinned with blushes
When no one's there to sec ;
At times awny she brushes
A teardrop hastily ;
Then softly sings-and thrushes
Sing not inoro tenderly ,
She frowns uifon flirtations ,
On gossip iml her ban ;
Accepts few invitations
These only irom from one man ;
Her toilet preparations
Arc modeled on his plan.
ReportR of his devotion
She'll earnestly disclaim ,
And hints of soft emotion
Will set her eyes ullnmej
Hut still I Imvo u notion
She soon will change her name.
Hound to Marry.
A recent Now York dispatch says : A
few ovcmtigB ngo a well dressed young
man and a remarkably pretty girl \vero
seen dining at the Cafe Caflon. Later
they wore bHUny and cooing on the
bench , and finally wont to HuIValo Bill's
show. At 11:81) : ) p. in. the levers ap
peared at the station , but too late for
the last train.
The .youiifr woman began crying , but
after a few whispered words a dimpling
smile broke over nor face , and she wild
with a platl cry : MBfcb George , I will bo
yours. " They linked arms and went
Father Donohuc , curate of St. Mary's ,
was sleeping peacefully when a furious
ringing at the door bull aroused him.
Ho arose and throw up the window ,
when a voice from below said :
"Wo want to get married. If you
knew the flx wp _ are in you would not
hesitate a moment.
"Yes , " retorted Father Donohuo ,
"and if you know the predicament you
would put mo in to marry you two you
would not abk me to. "
"Drive on to the next priest , " came a
voice from below , and the carriage dis
Father IIuntBinnn , pastor of the
Chureh of the Immaculate Conception ,
was next visited. lie unidi"I , can't do
it at this time of night. " * '
The driver was again appealed toand
ho suggested a call on a Presbyterian
minister , Rov. Mr. McCampbcll , pastor
of the First Presbyterian church at
Staplolon. That gentleman appeared
I at the window in neglige , and rob -
b- marked :
"What's up ? "
A. voice from below exclaimed : "Wo
have boon traveling all over Statcn
Island looking for a minister to marry
us , and wo have uot.yot found one. Will
you do it ? "
When the minister had dressed ho
opened the door and invited his visitors
The young man and young woman
poured out their tstlo of woo , and they
were overjoyed when the minister said :
"Well , I guess I had better marry
you. Where arc your witnesses ? "
Cornelius , the driver , was summoned ,
who , with Mrs. McCampbcll as the other
witnesssaw that the young couple were
tied in as tight a knot as the Presby
terian minister knew how tainako it. '
The man and wife then signed their
names to the marriage rcgibtor. His
nivmo ie George Rich , aged twenty-four ,
residing in .Now York ; her name was
Ida G. M. Rorko of Brooklyn.
She Sent Them Hack.
When a bi&ter of the governor of a
neighboring state was married a few
years ugo , says the PijUsburg Dispatch ,
she received a great many valuable
presents , and among them 'wore many
pieces of plato and silverware of all
sorts. But particularly was sue over
whelmed with silver fruit spoons.
Beautifully chased , gold-lined , in every
sort ot variety , were these spoons.
After the wedding , and when they
had returned from their honeymoon ,
the bride found that she had no iniino-
fllato use for half the silverware she
possessed , especially as for the time
they wore to live in her mother's house.
Bo she consigned some of it to the euro
of a bank in town. .Tho fruit spoons all
went to the vault.
A few months later sno received an
invitation to attend the wedding of a
schoolmate in a neighboring town. Shu
know she would have to go to New York
to buy u suitable present , and t-lio didn't
care about taking the journey ju&t then.
All at once the idea came into hot
head that aho had a great miporlluity of
fruit spoons. Why should she not send
Eomo of them to hur schoolmate fora
wedding present ? There seemed to bo
no objection , to she sent the butlur
down to the uanlt with orders to pick
out a pretty case of spoons. The butler
fulfilled his mission. None of the pres
ents wore tiekotud , so it was altogether
impossible to tell from whom this par
ticular set of spoons had i-oino.
The spoons traveled once more to an
hymeneal altar , anil the lady who sent
them hoard nothing about them for sev
eral days. Then s.ho received the fol
lowing letter :
Dn.uiM.UHM : I am very grateful to you
( or rctiirnluK the spoons. 1 thought they
were too goo.l for you whoa 1 sout them to
you us a wedding present , and it is honest
for you to seat them back. Yours , otu.
It is not wlso to give away your wedding -
HH | Ultimatum.
A Boston dispatch to the Now York
Times says : A tailor's delay in finish
ing iv wedding suit when promised was
i the cause of George II. Gibson's des
perate suicide by putting a bullet in his
- train. Gibson , who is a young mini , is
employed by the Boston Kloctrio com
pany , and resided at 11) ) Wellington
Btrcot. Ho was to have boon married
last evening to Miss Lillian Chandler
of UheUea at the house of Colonel W.
H. Long of Jordan , Marsh & Go. The
bride was waiting , the guests wore
present , and the minister came , but the
bridegroom was missing. The anxious
parties waited until nearly mictnigjit ,
but the missing man could not bo found
end the party dispersed ,
It was nearly 0 o'clock in the morning
before the of Gibson's
ance was known. Shortly after 5 o'clock
the police of the fifth division found
Gibeoa lying on the sidewalk on Wel
lington street with a bullet hole in his
head. Ho was taken home and BOOH
lifter removed to the City hospital ,
whore he died. Colonel Long visited
him lit the hospital , and u '
tli * young man had to i . _
strange conduct was that his wedding
suit had not arrived and ho could not
have the cot-oniony nerfarmod without
it. and IH the marringo could not tnko
place ho did not wish to livo. Miss
Chandler , the young lady who lias been
nlncod in such a cruel position , is well
Known in this city and vicinity as a
violinist of much talent. Gibson had
always borne n good reputation and held
a very responsible position. It is re
ported that there is a. taint of ifisnnlty
in the family.
A Strati co Hontnticc.
A Louisville ( ICy. ) dispatch to a num
ber of eastern papers a short time ago
tnitl : Henry Dietrich , of Salt Lake
City , and Anna Whittick , a pretty
Louisville girl , were married and went
west on their wedding tour. About
three years ngo Miss Whittick was in
the citv shopping , and one article she
purchased was wrnpod in a western
newspaper * In looking over the col
umns at her home , her eye fell upon an
advertisement in which a young man of
Salt Lake City desired some young lady
correspondents. In a spirit of fun slio
answered it. Mr. Dietrich , who is a
prosperous business man of the Mormon
capital and who also has Ijirgo mining
interests , was charmed by her letters
and they wrote regularly to each othor.
A year later he ciimo to Louisville and
visited his correspondent. Last year
he came to Louisville again , and then
the connle decided to be married as
soon as lie could close out his business
and boltlo in Louisville. Ho has pur
chased a handsome residence in
fashionable miarters. where they will
reside after Inch- wedding tour.
Believe that heaven mailo you for each other ;
That through your lives love's holy river
May all your Joys come one upon another ,
And all your troubles bo but little onct.
There were n double wedding and n double
christening in a Cambridge ( Muss. ) family
Thursday. Two daughters were married
ntid two grandchildren christened.
A wedding look place at St. Paul , Minn. ,
where the groom was over six feet tall and
the bride a little over two feet in height.
During th ceremony the girl stood on a
chair , her head Just reaching the groom's
A Wedding occurred at Westbur.v , Long
Island , a few days ngo , which has created no
little amusement and talk in the community.
Henry Green , n well-to-do colored residual ,
ninety-three years of ngo , after a prolonged
courtship was united to Mis , Henry T.inller ,
also colored , who is in her eighty-seventh
year. 13oth the parties have been married
The wedding of Lincoln L. Eyre to Miss
BInne.v at Newport last week was one of the
greatest society events of a recent period.
The crowd was so great at the church door
that Mr. E.yro could not get Into , the yard at
tached to the building , .so lie was compelled
to climb the fence , along with a couple- the
groomsmen. Had ho failed us a gymnast he
would have been late at the wedding cere
J1ON12V Ktm THE hAUlES.
Her teeth are false and so is her hair ,
Her liguro's padded , the ladies say , j
Her complexion's never the worse for wear ,
For it's laid on freshly every day.
She's a rubber nose and n waxen ear.
She lost ond'arm In her father's mill ,
She's worth a million , clean and clear ;
With all her false I love her still.
The only time when a woman ever longs to
Iccep her mouth shut is when she is at the
A loose cluster of white poppies with black
hearts seems the foreordained garniture for
black lace bonnets.
A young lady attending balls and parties
should have a female chapcion until she is
able to callsome ether chap her own.
Green's the wear , even for stocking ! ! pale
green , slllc clocked with white , or shot green
and white embroidered with both threads.
The man who only has ono arm , and thyt
a left one , knows how essential is that hv
should get on the right side of his best girl.
A duck , whose body is ono oblong pearl ,
with head and tail of yellow diamond , is
among the latest imported brooches , and at
tractive by oddity rather than beauty.
A man named Bussoll was recently ar
rested for follow.ng a lady along the street.
This seems singular , for a bustle Is always
behind a lady when she is on the street. J |
Gloves are chosen to contr.ist with rather
than to match the toilet , mid either in silk or
kid , black , tan , mode , French gray and gobe
lin blue are accounted the more stylish.
A valley Illy in white enamel relieved
against its leaf in dark green , and a foxglove
in diamonds and pink omimul , are among the
latest and loveliest of the Hewer brooches.
Etruscan gold sho3 buckles are added to
the list of tilings you bet your best girl on
the races but as yon love and would not
leuvo her , don't venture on the silver garter
clasps that simulate u half dollar.
A number of society girls in Mobile ro-
cc-ntly organised themselves into a minstrel
troupe , blacked thi'lr faces , donned the pro
fessional wigs iiml gave a parfoimanee for
the bencllt of a charitable society.
The very linest stockings are either those
of white or pale colors , with fronts of point
lace , or In hues sometimes more vivid , hand
embroidered in stripes of roses , or else with
tiny bouquets dotted hero and there upon the
Crepe spot cloth , of silk and wool , with
double bit-mot , forming a raised spot at
crossing , and lalno et solo , line checks of
wluto silk thrown up on a cream wool
ground , are among the best of new studs for
A daring modiste has Introduced among
her te.i gowns the co tumo of modern
Egypt's best society. It is loose and swathy ,
with ( lowing sleeves that gives somehow the
ofluct of a train and a girdle that is the
height of elegant discomfort.
Wide Imts of string or straw , very openly
knotted and guiltless of lining , with a Hewer
or two stuck on one side , are accounted won *
din-fully Hlyllsh ; but it is suggested that if
hlnulo bo their p-irpoao , a c.ibbaijo leaf should
bo constructed to wear inside.
Small baskets crochetted of gold thread ,
and llllcd with sho.-t-stemmcd blossoms
as carnations , tuberoses , etc. aio lovely
decorations for either boudoir or tea table ,
and tiny nutH of similar make and material
among the most choice possibilities of domes
In the strain for now effects an English
decorator has used a white satin tablecloth
nt a Derby dinner , and another s motions tea
cloths of frilled yellow pongee , from which ,
along with other traps , snares , pitfalls and
devices ! of the arch enemy , wo pray to be de
Only Onn Jlumlrcil and K
Lnurons county , South Carolina , fur
nishes the latest case of remarkable
longevity in the person of John Fielder ,
a white man , familiarly known in this
neighborhood as ' 'IJiiolo Johnnie
Fielder. " Well authenticated family
and public records show that lie was
born May 11 , 17t > 0 , which therefore
makes him IDS years of age. Ho mis
married and had several children whoa
the war of 181. ! broke out , and ho vol
unteered and went with his regiment
to Charleston to defend that city
against the attack of the British forces.
That was so vent.vsix years ngo : For sev
eral months ho has boon quite feeble ,
und does not got away from homo
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membranes of the throat and lungs ,
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It prevents night sweats and .tightness
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whooping cough and all other throat
and lung troubles. No other medicine-
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as CAT-R-CUUK. The 'enormous and
increasing -dom'and for those standard
California remedies confirm . their
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by Goodman Drug Co'at ' SI u package.
Three for fi..oO. %
' .1. ? i I IT10' ix * w.'iiKsr LMIABITANT ,
Soctiona of Him in Various States
MARRIED SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS.
She Is Very' llnpt > y A Itcinnrknlilo
Couple Died Near the 1'olnt
He AVin a Jlnr *
Ho Is SI Ml I'rliky.
A few days ngo Elijah Gibbons visited
the- Register olllco at Irontown , Ohio.
He claims to bo 10o years old ; but ho
doesn't scorn to bo over 76. He is spry ,
active and apparently full of vim , with
good healthy muscle and dark hair.
Though his memory Is very defective ,
ho says ho remembers of voting for
John Qiiincy Adams , IIo lived all his
life up to a year or two before the war
in Virginia , beyond the Blue Ridge ,
but he doesn't recollect in what town.
When the war broke out ho was living
up Sandy , near the "Hrcaks , " where
his property , including caltlo mid
sheep , was confiscated by the rebels.
The mention of this fact irritated the
old man so greatly that ho'd rather cut
his throat from ear to ear than vole the
democratic ticket. In fact , the old gen
tleman is decided opposed .to the demo
cratic party. Ho said ho did vote for
General Jackson once , but that's the
last vote ho ever gave to that party. Ho
was in the war of the rebellion a short
time , serving , wo believe , in the 1-lth
Kentucky. If lie gives his ago cor
rectly , ho was doubtless the oldest
soldier that served in the oivil war.
In expressing some doubt of his ngo ,
seeing he was such n frisky and impetu
ous old follow , the gentleman with him
paid 105 might not bo his ex tot ago , but
it could not bo far from it , for only last
winter lie buried a son who was 80 years
old , a fact that ho could assure us of.
On remarking to Mr. Gibbons that ho
was certainly the youngest looking old
man we ever saw , he replied ho would
rather bo 25 than 105 , but ho know ho
'was ' the latter ago. "Why , sir. ' ' said
ho , "there is no use in a man giving up
life when ho is 00 or 70 years old. Then
is the time for him to hold his head and
shoulders up ; for if ho once gets them
down they'll pull him down , too. ; ) lie
regarded old ago as something of a
whim , and thought men ought to live
to 101) ) , and would if they did not gwo
up so easily. He said he was too old to
work , but not to enjoy life. He lives
among his children and old friends ,
and seems to bo having a very good
time. It does appear very funny that a
ehirrupy old fellow like him should
have buried a son SO years old.
A Hoinni-knlilo Couple.
Mr. and Mr . Josiah II. Ilulott , of the
town of Sardislield , Berkshire , County ,
Mass. , celebrated the seventy-third an
niversary of their marriage , on the
Fourth of July and consequently will bo
within two years of their diamond wed
ding , says the Albany Journal. Both
wore born in 1791 , the husband on Feb
ruary 28 of that year , and the wife some
six months later. Mr. Ilulett is
descended from a Welsh family , noted
for their longevity , his father having
lived until 01 years of ago , and his
grandfather until 100. His mother
lived to bo 85. Airs. Hulott's father , an
Englishman , lived only until ho was 70
years of age , but her mother lived to bo
reckoned a nonagenarian , dying when
a trillo more than 90. A remarkable
fact in the history of her parents is that
her father was her mother's fourth hus
band , while she , in turn , was his fourth
wife. Botli of the subjects of this sketch
were born in Sandisticld. Half a cen
tury ngo Mrs. Ilulott's eyesight became
impaired , and about ten years later she
became almost totally blind , vet in spite
of her afilietion she continues to do the
necessary housework for her husband
and herself. The old gentleman is still
in good health , and during his long lifo
has but twice been seriously ill. He still
continues to busy himself about his farm ,
and last year did his share of the work
in the hay Hold. In early lifo ho used
ardent spirits in moderation , and still
drinks an occasional glass of cider with
a relish. Tobacco he used when a young
man , but finding it did not agree with
him abandoned it fifty years ago. The
couple have had four children , the oldest
born in 1818 , the youngest in 18111. They
have always resided in the house into
which they moved at the time of their
marriage , and there will they pass the
remaining days of their lives , content
to go down to posterity as the oldest
married couple in the county and State
of their birth , and perhaps in all New
Marricil Seven ! y-Seven Years.
A couple of old people reside in this
vicinity who are remarkable for the
length of their married lifo soveaty-
so ven years , says the Kansas City Times.
They wore married in 1811. Daniel
Salisbury was born in Nova Scotia in
the spring of 178 ! ) . and when 22 years
of ago ho was wedded to Miss Mary
Horrington , his present wife , who was
born in 1701 , and is consequently 07
years of ago two years less than her
husband They came to Minnesota in
1858. where Mr. S. nmdo money in farm
ing. They had but ono daughter , who
lost her first husband , D. f. Murray , in
a snowstorm , January 7 , 1878. Mr. Salis
bury has experienced many of the vicis
situdes of frontier lifo. In the spring
of 18S1 the river rosa so suddenly tha\
the aged couple had to rush up-stnirs
for their lives , wh'TO ' they spent the
night , and were rescued in boats the
next morning. Mr. Salisbury is a hale ,
robust man for his years , often walking
ton miles. At times ho visits his grand-
daughtors. Ho is a great lover of game
and often go < > s out hunting in the sea
son , frequently bringing in from ton to
fifteen ducks that ho has shot with his
old government musket. IIo weighs
about 100 pounds , and his wife is fully
his equal in health , vigor and strength.
Ho lias Hcac-lind 1O1.
A somewhat extraordinary proceed
ing came before the probate court in
Detroit , Midi. , Juno 27 , in the form of
a hearing for the appointment of a guardian -
dian for an old man named Gardner
Harbor , of Northvillo , who attained the '
remarkable ago of 10i yearn lust Janu
ary. A number of witnessed wore
sworn and tiio testimony went to show
that tbe old man is in the bit of taking
more Intoxicating liquor than is abso
lutely necessary , lie was placed on the
stand and tetitillcd that he was born in
17fa7 in the state of New York ; hns a
small farm on which ho raises oats , corn
and potatoes , and draws u pension of $ , " 0
per mouth as tt veteran of the Mexican
wiir. The old innn was us sharp and
quick-witted as n man of 50 , and con
vinced the court that ho is yet fully
able to take cure of himself , The peti
tion was denied. At the close of'tho
proceeding everybody in the court room
crowded around him and congratulated
' Ho Was.n "Hnrvmler. "
Dr.'William Goddard , of 'Boston , '
Muss. , who died- recently , was the old
est graduate of Harvard College , the
only survivor of his clnss , aiidlho.oldost
graduate of Harvard medical school.
Ho was. born'in Portsmouth , N. H.-
April " 2,171)0 ) , where ho practiced nic-d'i-
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A. POLAOK , Manager.
cine for a number of years. Dr. God-
dim ! \vns in college during our last war
with Kiifjlnnd , graduated in the class of
1815 , and at the medical college in 18:20. :
Ills father was Uon. John Goddard , of
Portsmouth ; his father was John God
dard of Uroolclino , who was renowned
in the history of those times , having
had charge of the work of tin-owing up
the fortifications at Dorchester Heights.
His maternal grandfather was Hey.
Samuel Langdon , D. D. , who was presi
dent of Harvard college during the
Revolutionary war , us well as chawlain
of Washington's army while stationed
at Cambridge. Dr. Goddard was much
esteemed for his intelligence , integrity ,
and Chribtlan virtues , being liberal
and progressive in all his views , lie
was genial , modcbt and retiring in his
nature , and respected and beloved by all
who know him. Two children , a feon
and daughter , survive him.
She Is Very Happy.
Mrs. Hannah Ingorsol , aged 00 years ,
on route from a visit to her grand
daughter atMcCuno to the homo of her
son at Humboldt , spent a few hours in
Parsons , Kansas , last week. She was
traveling alone , and was as active and '
aiiry as a young woman. She says that
she had eight children , twenty-two
grandchildren and eleven groat-grout-
grandchildren , all of whom are
living. She has her second eyesight ,
can readily read the smallest prints or
thread the llnost needles witnout the
aid of spectacles. She was exceedingly
cheerful , and as she laughed and talked
Klio displayed a perfect sot of beautiful
pearly white teeth , which , she said , she
cut nearly eight years ngo , and on ac
count of them , together with her good
eyesight and perfect health , coupled
with the fact that she is the idol of her
largo family , made hur the happiest
woman in the world. She makes her
, homo with her children , and always as
sists them in the household duties of
their homes. Her huaband was killed
by the caving in of a mlno In California
Died Near , tiio 1'nliit.
A rem u-kablo lady has just died in
Lancaster county , South Carolina , at
the ago of 09 years. She was MI-H.
Catherine Crowoll , the great-great-
great-mothor of .Mrs. A , J. Uennott , of
Lancaster. Mrs , Crowell was the
mother of sixteen children , Her de
scendants number -12'J , not including
the families and descendants of two of
her children who live out west and who
have not boon hoard from in.years. She
had Ift'j grandfhildioulil-gi-ja : -
children , thirty-two thiru-graiidchil-
drun and six fourth-grandchildren.
She tnarried when she was 10 , and moat
of her dcecendaiits have done likewi&e.
An Atisolute Cure.
Tiio ORIGINAL AH1UTINB OINTMENT
Is only put up in largu two ounce tin boxei ,
and is an absolute euro for old sorus , burns ,
wounds , .clmpixul liairU , and ( til skin erup
tions. Will ittsltivcly euro ull kinds of plica.
Ask for the OKIGINAL , AHIBTINK O1NT-
MJCNT. Sf/ld by Goodman tttvif Co. at ! i3
ccut * per box by wall 30 cents.
DEWEY & STONE ,
A magnificent display of everything useful and
ornamental in the furniture maker's art ,
at reasonable prices.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH DSAMOMD BRAND
JHEomGINAL.THE ONLY GENUINE
> ASKDRUGGIST FOR OjICHESTEIVS ENSUSIJ
ASKFOR DIAMOHD BnAND.cmciiESTtiTstHttisM . . PARTJC
ANDTAKEIOOTHCR see SISMATUH : ON tvcpy BOX. ir , LCTTEH DY PETURN MAIL
CHICKCSTCRCHEMICALCO SOtt PHP MADISON SQPHIU.PATStt tl 5 NATURE 0" FVMr P3X
R nnnUNSOUtlTFD WRITTEN 1CSTIMONIAIS AMD OVER CBOMlADIES WHO HAV : USro
0.UUUtHJCHKTUn C/iOUSILQIAMOHO BRAND PCHIIVnOYALPILLS WITH SUCttSJ.
AM ) IMl.YMA'FIO.
W. A. Mcstnycr and Theresa Vnuglin Imvo
for "The . "
jiobilivuly slincd Kitty.
F. C. H.iiifjs , tiio tragedian and well ro-
incmburcd Marc Antony , of Hootli's tlientcr
dnys , bus signed with A. M. Palmer for two
There Is eaid to bo a strong probability tlmt
Minniu Madclorn may include "One of Our
Girls" In her rupcrtoiro next season by
special arrangements with Miss Dauvray.
Despite rcportn to the contrary I/ydln
Thompson and her l.iiKlish troupe will posi
tively visit this country next winter and lour
tiio states , south as far as Now Orleans , and
west to San Frant-lbca.
Citizen George Francis Train , who hud not
been to the theatre for twenty years , wont
to see "Tho Lady or the Tiger" the other
night at Wallace's , in Now York. IIo was
charmed with lines , musiound actors ,
A new sensational comedy , "Terry , the
Swell , " will begin a fortnight's engagement
tit the Chit-ii o Grand Opera house at the
cloe of July , under Henry U. Dull and John
M. Hit'Ue.v'.s inaiuigomcnt ,
A young lady not accustomed to waltzing
at the earnest solicitation nf a friend in.ulo
the attempt. When the music eeiiRi'd ' unotln r
friend said pnyly : "Well , I see you have got
through all ( right.1' ' -Yes1 was the n-jily ,
"but it was a tight srj'iecic. "
As n Drink in Kevo.ru
UHO Ilorhl'ord'b Ac (1
Dr. Chas II. Davis , Mcriden , Conn , says
"I have iibcit it as un ai-i-csRory in casi/b of
melancholia and nervous debility , and us u
pleasant ami fouling drink in fevers , and
have been very inneh plcasod with it " _
H , Ilclf.ibl , Dublin and Lirrrnool
From Naw Yoik Every Tuesday ,
Cabin pii'-HngeWt and IV , iu'corilni ! ! to lo ftt'on
of btutu room. Kxt ui'Mon ii'A ' to tl j
Bteeiagu to and from Kuropo nt l.iwert IUIe .
AUSTIN 1IAMJWIN & CO. , ( K-n'l Afc-enf ,
Kl HroiiclivHy , N w Voik
JOHN IILIXJKN , Uen'l \ \ return Ant-iit
1'iJ ' HauUjlj.Url ,
JIAKKV n. .MOOKKSixiu , o.uii.i. !
Reduced Cabin Hates to Glaagi if Ki :
I DrTliosMncruilanp , Moiulumlii , la
I II A Knitoll , Crcxtnii , la
8V Clark. Magnolia , In
A H McKiulrccmitral ( rlty , Neb
A M Hmttli A : Co , Scnvnrtl , Noli
KK lln'/.nnl , ( Jrnnil Island. Nub
Ij DMmp'-on , Clyde , Kims
Adams llro" , IH'Uduood. llakolii
Ilounlii'-s A ; Nolsnn. S'uperlor , Ni-b
.1 U I'Vlilman , Kansas City , Neb
Ir H 11 Kodcn , Ili'inibllnin rlty. Neb
Hindu-man .V l.ndlcn , Orlontm , Neb
II T fcrguson , Oilcnn" , Nub
K r. Ilouendnblor. Ili-rtrand , Neb
Snow HI-OR& l' < i H iMii > Kp. Neb
Wuttonmw , V Co , liny Springs , Neb
J 1) ) llrury , ( llbbon. Neb
N llaim's , Cential rlty. Neb
S < | tmlr& Macquei'ii. Ciiliir Knplds , Neb
Tower A : Stout1 , Mutton , Neb
I S DailliiK , Straiig , Neb
Pay & Creston , Ciuto , Neb
Wedge if llnrlow , Albert I.en. Minn
Clias ! ' Woeliucr. Iiullanolii , Neb
A I < Scimitar , Lincoln , Nub
Thomas & Co , ( iratul Island , Neb
J L Taylor .V Co , Akion , Col
.1 O Hamilton , livntrlrv. Neb
Jr K A Ulchaiilsou , Clarks , Neb
\Yo make tills reduction on all our
Boy's Suits , ( long pint ? ) tigos 12 to 17.
Commencing Monday , July 2 , and con
tinue the balance of the week. This is
something that will interest all that
have boys' clothing to buy. As.lhisis
20 per cent from our regular prices.
PROF. BYRON FIELD.
TOPEKA , KANSAS.
I CUM W mil1 Vly CURED at ho rue by ulnrf
i VITAL TABLETS' '
Xf.inoL'l oilhl'VlM , UKllll.l'I'V , I.OkT MAN.
. . . . ' . . ularjdn-
IIIMUl. ! ' II I'Vl.lulll llUllMi'ili/ci..i.Cli
Vl lJll.llHStI't.llJ.- l' ' Ml.n 6Url. tUIUOU , UO.
IIlRgcns AV Klnncy , Plum Creek , Neb
A S Ityan , llnillligloii , hob
lr ) C T. Venn , Alapahoo. Neb
II T rerjiiipon , Orleans Neb
.1 P. Calbraith , Albion. Neb
A (1 N'hleli. St IMwanK Neb
( lee I' ( iunion , Albion , Nub
Osboi'lio Ilios , ( luiioa , Neb
15,1 Seykora , North Ilend , Neb
1'OIIIK Noitli Ilend , Neb
C II Clwe , Srlmyli-r , Neb
H llnckey , Alnsworth , Nuu
,1 II Sunnier , HloomliiKton , Neb
llenrv Cook , lied Cloud , Neb
T 1'n\Inn. Kivmonl , Neb
A lilb.K'iii , riemont , Neb
1'iiMl N I'car.Mia , l iihtlx. Neb
W K llodi-i's. North Ilend , Neb
1M.I Sti'lill. Crete , Neb
r. .1 Tov sleo .V ( o , Chi-yi'ime , Wyo
T II MlllflCo , Ciele , Ni-b
rn-dcrlcks A : Knvstritiii , lloldrlco , Neb
W I1 Noirls.V Co , IloIdrlKf , Neb
Oolinrno llros , Stronifbiirgh , Neb
II Keiney. Demur , Col
Webster \ Son. llnrvaid , Neb
( ioo 1' I'omln , lloiilder , Col
L lj YOIIIIB , 'J'uknimih , Neb
Who Is wr.AII , NERVOUS. DKI1IMTA-
TKI > . who In hid FOI.J.Y ind IdNOKANCI
bus TRIF&BD away hl VIG > R of HOI > Y-
drftlni upon the FOUNTAtmJ of
HKAnAOHE. DA KACIIE , Dreadnit
Droanie. WKAB4KKHN of Memory , HAHH.
FUI.WEHH In HOCIETTT. PIMVI.EH upoar
the FA in. and nil the KFFKUTN lending to
EAIU/T I > E < JAYa.iid perhaps COIVMIIMP-
TIOM or INHANITY. iliouli ! consult at onea
Uia CKLEDKATEU Dr. Clarke , Eitabllibed
1H61. IT. Clarkn h made NERV < UM DE
nil.ITV. niUONin and all DUeaiei of
Ibe OEMITO ITItlNARY Orirttiis s Lifo
fltudy. It ranlioi NO dlllercnce WHAT jott
-Vtvye taken nr TVHO hns foiled to euro you. i
3-FU.VIAlESsufrerlnRfromII easeipecu '
lur to their tax can conenlt with the nsjurartcft
Sf tpcedy relief and cure. Bond 2 conU postam *
fur works on your dlienscs.
JW-Bcnd 4 cents postage for Colrlirnteo
Worlin on Chronic , Nerrnua and Dell' '
cnto TJUeosei. Confiillatlon , perBonul.'jr or bf
Inter , irco. Contult the lil liiiclor.
Vboannnda ctirvik Offlcca and parlor *
private. * a The e contemplating Murrlaza
Bond for Itr. Clni'ko'a celebrated gutJtf
Kale and Feaialt * . each 15c. , both 25 A
UUmpa ) . Kofniu conflalng your CMC , coniUlt
Dr. CLARKE. A friendly letter or call may
jave future suflerlngnnd glimne , and add golden
years to lifo. * S-Book "I.lfo'o ( Si-crel ) Er.
torn , " 30c. ( nampi ) . Medicine nnd wrltlngi
rout everywhere , secure from expo
Hours , 8 to S : Sundays , 'J to 12. Address ,
F. D. CLARKE , M. D.
786 SA Claris St. oaiCACJO ,
Jloston. ill < ( ss. ; Jidtisas City ,
Capital fikplus $1,500,000 $ , ,
This rompnny has opened nn Omaha olilco ami'
IsiirviuiM'il tiifniiilxli ii'onoy jiromptly on im
piovod c itj and farm ) > ioi 'Uy ,
No applications sint away for iippiov.il.
J.oans closed and i > , il < l for wltlioui delay.
. .UillNV. . ( HSU , Manuiwft
SOO South ntli St , , 1'lrs National Hank.
obtaint-d n ruiitation ] ) wjicrcvt-r iii-
troilucuil Sin- " ( 'uiJitJ 1 STVMJ , " "I'Kll-
I''JT ' " "COMI'OU'f ' '
, AN'II JJl'HAIIir < i
ITV. " TlR'.y Jiuvo 110 biiperioru in irnntl
Turnu , Hand Wcltb , Goodyoiu- Welts ,
anil jMut'liiiic Sewed. Ladlen , ab ! < fortlio
"Ltni.ow" SIIOK. TO-them , and you
will buy no oilier.
Notion of Inriirpornllou.
TJiu Omaha Oil and MlnlnK Cojnpuny was or-
Kanl7od at ) a roijio-at on unli-i1 tliu luuw of
Ncbiuska , uti I ooniinun vd busiiiuis as ucicli ou
tliuMxtli day ot Mai'-li , iH" i < , imdei' the namu.
and btylu of ihe Om.ilm nil iind Minlnu ( .Via-
ii , my. Itioxlhtomu will tuiiiilnuto on the llr.st :
Tiuiidiiy of Munlilii'iU. Th cunorul imiuro o
the biiilaiss to 1) ) IruiiB.ii ted lij h'atd > orjniri-
ticui hh ill In ) thu lou UliiK , bnyliiK mid selllnt , ' of
mlnuiul clulniB. oil lainlH and landH ( ontalnliiK
otlii'in.iliuilili ) d < * i ibliH in thu ti-mtoiy-
WyoinlnHie developing and \\orkiliK of mill
infiiliit ! < JulniH. oil laiuls and lunds ron'alnlnc
\aliiiibli-dcpo.sitH ; and the dcallni ; In oil
and oilier vahiahludi positb , nnd biich otlierbus-
lin'fcs IIH IIm 'dontthuroto. ' The pilnclpluplaco
of trim-mi lliii IU ImslncsH hhall liu In thu < Ity of
Diiiihuiinil ! HH allalrs ( hull lie < ondnrtcd by a
board of truntci'ii. eiiuiUtlni ! of nlait muniberd
ho fchall I'lcct a i'rubidi'iit , vlce-1'ri-Nldciit , HC.C-
rttiil y. and Tru.iBiirui. HH capital stock shall bo
I.VKI.UIU to bu paid In a calUd for by thu board
of trustees , and the lilt-'heut amount of In
ncBbor liability lo wliHi tincorportKin In at
any time to subject llbulf , lb fi-ixw.
J. I * . MAII.UMIIH : ,
K. HAAIIMANN ,
C. J. BCIIMlIlT ,
A llunMKnriu ,
L'lUb. Wuiitini , Tru3tee .
KliWAIII ) AlN.SCOW ,
1'Ain , 1'i.tT/ ,
II. J. IlllOIIUIIICK ,
I'lUNK W.VONEIC ,
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Llri' Jiljit-M , t
PROF. F. C. fOWtER , Kooiiun. Con/ij
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