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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE' MONDAY REPTMMBJSK 3. 1888.
An Important Announcement
About tlx wcckn nito , wlillo at Jiu lnen , I
trn niKlilonlr nltackwl with cruc ! tln *
jmlim In my feet. kn and IiamK. Sofc eie >
the BtKck that 1 took mr 1 < I Unmtillatrlr ,
Biiil In two or thrcn Any * air joint ! wt < r *
iwullrn to nlmost iloublo their n lur mni ,
nd nlM-p n drum from tn" . j ftr ufTer.
lur the nicnt excruciating l > ln fcrnwrfk ,
liiTnilltlninti mid various other rrmfdlrt ,
frlrnil who ( ympathlieU withinhcljjlw *
condition , al'l ' uimei . . .
" Why don't you net Bwlft'l Rpfclflc and
me It. 1 will fuaranteo ft cure , ami If It ilotM
nrt the medicine nhall coit jrou nothlnR. "
I at once nccured the B. B. H. , Him after
UHMK It the nrit clay , had a ijulrt night and
rcfrrolilnz nld'p. In work I Ml Kroatlr
bcndlttoL Infhrepweeki I coulJ tit up and
walk nbout the room , and aftrr inlnn li
totllee. 1 wan out and able tn o to bu lne i.
Blticothen I Iiare IIMU reieularly at my i > o
of duty , and Hand on my fret from nln to
ten hour * day , and nm entirely frwjfrorn
tmln. Tbwo are the plnlu and ilinplefacU
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FROM THE UNSEEN UNIVERSE ,
Visitations of Spooke , QhO3ta , Phan'
toms and Hobgoblins.
REMARKABLE SEANCE AT ONSET
The niiostoP Dcnil Illvcr Swninii Pur
sued liy Ills Granny's ( Jliost
fllcn , AVotiicn anil Plncca
Ilntititotl by S
Tlic Oliost ! ' Dead Itlvcr Swamp.
New York Sun , The mystery of the
Demi River swamp has boon cleared
nway. For n year past the people in
that neighborhood have boon terrified
by tlio appearance after nightfall of a
weird object near tlio public roud in the
swamp. Travelers gave evidence that
after night at a certain point on the
road a llguro dressed in white appeared
and moaned plteously as it crouched beside -
side the road. Incitement ran so high
that no ono could bo induced to travel-
the road after night. Tlio negroes ) who
lived near by left their cabins and de
serted their crops. No ono had tlio
coin-ago to investigate the mystery
until one night Dick Dennis , a reckless
character , made a wager to some of his
associates with whom ho had spent the
night a few niile.s from the haunted
snot , that ho would prove what
tlio ghost was. Ho accordingly
started a little after midnight on
the road. AH ho approached
tlio spot where the object usually
made its appearance , his horse shied ,
and a llguro robed in white , knelt in
the road , and moaned and cried. In an
instant Dennis bhot at the object , and
Hprung beside it. "With a cry of pain
the spoctro fell to the ground and the
immediate discovery was made that it
was a man and that ho was dangerously
wounded. Later his identity was fully
established. His name is Swinton. A
year ago ho murdered his wife and es
caped. Loading a hermit's life im
paired his health mid alTentcd his mind ,
and he put on a while robe and clios
the swamp for a retreat.
IJoiiiiirknllo Sunncc at Onset.
A writer in the Banner ot Light fur
nislies an account of an interesting
seanco recently given at the Onset
( Mass. ) camp-ground , The seance was
witnessed by over four hundred people.
Ilo says :
Mrs. Carrie E. S. Twing , after read
ing in an impressive manner the poem ,
"He and She , " was controlled by Ika-
bed , and made a prayer full of gooil
benfeo and uplifting sentiment , though
couched in quaint language.
Dr , Slansbury then invited those who
had como with test slates to walk upon
the platform. Some eight peonlo came
forward with slates which they had
previously cleaned and scaled , tied 01
bccurod together with screws ; each
ner.soii sure that his slate was "fraud-
Dr. Stansbury paced back and forth
upon tlio stage , placing his hands upon
each pair of slates while they wore hold
by their ownors.
Soon ho was seen to start throw iij
his arms and p.iss his hands rapidly ovci
his head. Then ho pointed to ono pail
of slates and said : "Open it. " This
was done by the owner , and a message
A little moro walking and handling
of the slates by Dr. Stansbury. and the
others opened their slates , when mes
sages wore discovered to bo written iii-
rSomonibor , these slates had nevoi
been touched by the doctor till ho put
his hands upon thorn in presence of the
The message upon the pair of slates
hold by John W. Free was written in
four different crayon colors' iilthougl
Mr. Free declared that nothing wa :
placed between the slates , not even abi
of slate pencil.
On one side was a message in German ,
on another were several messages ad
dressed to different people in the audi
ence. Some six pairs of slates were
Mrs. J. J. Whitney next ( under con
trol ) gave a number of spirit messages ,
which wore intensely real , and wore
listened to with clos attention. She
gave full names and incidents that en
abled the listeners to easily identify the
A vote of thanks was passed to these
three mediums. It was the universal
verdict that the seanco was the most re
markable ever given at Onset , as no
' medium had
over before exhibited such varied and
super-abundant power before a public
audience in this placo.
Pursued by His Graitny'fi Ghost.
San Francisco Chronicle : Tlio ofli-
ccrs of tho'city Receiving hospital have
under treatmenttho case of a young
man who is nlllictcd with a peculiar
species of insanity. Three times since
Monday has ho attempted to end his ex
istence , and from his own statement it
would appear that the ghost of his
grandmother had prompted him to
sluiIlloolV this mortal coil. His name is
lolin Ed ward Hills. lie is an intelli
gent Knglihhmai' , UO years old , who ,
unti' a wools ago , was agripman on the
1'owoll street cable road.
Ilo walked into the city prison last
night , and in a fron/.icd manner asked
for admission to the hospital. Sorgt.
( iilchriht opened the iron gate and the
young man jumped inside , exclaiming
at the same time :
"Don't lot the old lady in. "
Gilchrist looked at Hills in aston
ishment. The only woman in sight was
Li//.io Murray , who is waiting trial for
"Look here , young follor , " paid the
forgeant , "if you play any monkey-
business on mo , I'll throw you out. "
"Don't you sco hor.V" replied Hills ,
seriously , "justoutsido the door there ;
she's inv grandmother , you know ,
and hiiK been playing tricks on mo for a
Hills was taken into the hospital and
laid on a cot. Steward Kooshar felt of
his pulse , looked at hlstonguo , and then
said , "Humph ! " in strong Slavonic
tones. Ho then gave the sulTorer an
opiate , and Hills slept soundly for an
hour or more.
On awakening ho looked around in
surprise , and turning to a Chronicle
reporter asked in a perfectly natural
' 'What in the devil am I doing
hero ? "
"You came in hero about two hours
ago , crazy as a bedbug , " was the an-
"Another one of my freaks , " said
Hills , with a smile , "Hut. if you have
faith in my sanity now , I'll toll you a
"For two months past I've boon a
gripman on the Powell street road , and
have boon rooming at 121-H 1'owoll
street. Last Sunday , while handling
the lover , I was startled on seeing the
apparition of my grandmother , tlresscd
in fantastiogarbdancing along the track
about four rods ahead of the dummy. I
rubbed my eyes nnd looked a second
time , for the old lady has been dead four
years , and was burled near London.
There she was , thoughand I saw her as
iilaln as I see you now. As I kept on
looking at her my head began to whirl
nnd I was seized with a 'strange desire
to run over hor. But she kept out of
dangnrand in thoi'liaso several person ?
on the street narrowly escaped being
knocked down by the car.
"Finally the apparition disappeared.
I became terribly despondent for f-omo
reason , and the ? next morliing I did not
go to woi'K , but remained in my room.
Again my grandmother appeared and
talked to me in the voice that 1 remem
bered well. She said : 'Follow mo. ' I
got up and followed her to a drug
store , and at her suggestion bought six
bits' worth of laudanum , and returning
to inv room swallowed it all. It made
mo cick and I throw it oIT my stomach ,
the overdose saving my life. Oil Tues
day the Kimo thing hapnonod , only this
time I bought chloral hydrate , and
again I took an overdose and vomited.
"Tho two occurrences became known
at my lodgings , and at 8 o'clock
on Wednesday night my landlord told
me to look elsewhere for a room. I
wont out and at the bottom of the stairs
met my otheral visitor. She beckoned
mo. I followed her down to ISroadway
and , continuing on that street , wo came
to the wharf. She sailed out on the
water and I jumped in. She grinned
and kept on beckoning me. lleinga
good swimmer I kept on until the phan
tom disappeared. Then my senses re
turned and I was picked up by the tng-
boat Monarch , tlio olllcers of which
treated mo very kindly , put mo to bed
and this morning travo mo a good
breakfast. No sooner had 1 landed on
shore , however , then the old lady again
paid mo a visit , and I chased her all
over town , finally winding up here. "
"You must have been a source of
trouble to your grandmother before she
died , " suggested the reporter.
"On the contrary " , 1 was her pet , " re
plied Hills. "Sho"was a digniliudold
woman , too , and why she should appear
so horribly dressed and make such
grimaces , I am unable to toll. Now
that's the 'story , and I can assure you
that all my experiences tho. past few
days are as I have related. "
Communication * .
Detroit Free 1'ross : ' 'I must toll you
something that happened in our fam
ily , " said Miss L of .IcITorson avenue -
nuo , totho writer of thisarticlo , "which
has always been a mystery to us , and
especially to m.v aunt , Mrs. G p , who
was personally interested.
"My uncle , Mr. C p , wasa volunteer
fireman in the old days of Detroit when
all our best young men 'ran with the
machine. ' One morning my aunt was
sitting in her homo engaged in the do
mestic occupation of shelling some peas
when there came a feeling in her eyes
which caused her to brush them with
her hand as if a mist wore before them.
As soon as she removed her hand she
saw her husband como in , holding ono
arm as if it wore injured. She asked
him if he was hurt , when , instead of
answering , ho disappeared. She again
rubbed her eyes , as if they wore the
cause of the unaccountable occurrence.
"At noon my uncle came homo hold
ing his arm exactly as she had seen
him. Ilo told her ho had boon to a lire
and had a very narrow escape from
death ; that ho had fallen or been
thrown from the engine and had saved
himself by a desperate effort in which
ho had severely injured his hand.
"Ho also stated that his one thought
had been , as ho thought ho was about to
bo killed , what would become of his
wife left alone with their little chil
The only explanation wo can give is
that of a psychic force which carried a
mental photograph on a wave of thought
to a receptive subject. In other words ,
it was mind acting upon mind through
the occult forces of nature.
A strange instance of this occurred in
the memory of the writer in a family
the members of which are all dead at
this writing. The story was given mo
from the lips of the aged mother her
self , a woman of vigorous mind , a life
long professor of the Christian faith ,
and as completely without superstition
as anyone I over know.
There wore four sons in the familyall
men grown. The oldest ono was named
Lovi. Tlio family lived at LaporteInd. ,
and wore well known nnd respected.
Levi was away from homo but was ex
pected on Saturday night , and his
mother sat up late and at last retired ,
leaving the front door unlocked. Her
room wasa small bedroom adjoining the
parlor and from which she could see the
room distinctly. She had hardly fallen
asleep before she heard the front dooi
open and saw Levi como into the parlor
Ho stood before the open flro place , am'
divesting himself of his coat and vest
hung them on a chair. As ho sccinei
to be wet .Mrs. G called to him ant"
asked if it were raining. Ilo did not
answer and she fell asleep , not waking
At breakfast she mentioned the fac
to the assembled family , who laughed a
her , tolling her that it was a dream , as
Levi hud not yet come homo.
Quito positive that ho hadtho motboi
sent a little grandson up to t oo. The
child returned and told her that "Unclo
Lovi" was not homo and that his bed
had not been slept in.
Nothing moro was said , but before
the breakfast was linished Levi rode
into the yard on a powerful black horse
he had gone off on a bay and soon
joined them at the table. Ho laughed
at his mother's conceit that ho had re
turned the night before , and told her
that ho had slept at a tavern twelve
miles distant , leaving for homo a little
before sunrise that morning.
The mother felt a dim forobodingbut
what could happen ? Hero was her boy
at homo , safe , well , the picture of
health nnd long life. What warning
was meant to be convoyed.
After breakfast the young man invit
ed the family out in the yard to too his
now purchase the coal black horse. So
the other boys led him out prancing
and curveting and the younger sons ,
Edward and Edgar , ran to assist. The
mother , proud of her handsome boys ,
stood placidly by. Levi stopped to his
horse and touched it on the Hank , the
brute kicked wildly , and after ono dis
traught look and without speaking a
word the young man sank down among
them dead. The iron hoof of the
vicious animal loft a black impress over
the young man's heart. Now what did
the vision menu ? If a warning it was
inbulllciont. If a mere presage of doom
it completed its mission long afterward.
Of the four young mon there mot , three
died violent deaths. Tlio rationalist
will pass it by as a dream caused by the
mother's anxiety and expectancy. But
what are dreams ? Can any ono toll ?
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GOOD MAN TO TRAVEL WITH.
A Clergyman llncalls n Story of Jolin
MorrlHsey and n Mob.
Philadelphia Press : "Tho account in i
last Sunday's Press of the exploits of f
prize lighters as knights errant , " said a
well-known clergymanwho didn't want t
his name mentioned lest ho might bo
suspected of too great familiarity with
such subjects , "reminds mo of a story
which Captain Bon Fairchilds , of the
New York city police force , used to
vouch for twotity-llvtS , y'onrs ago. A '
friend of the captain a very proper 1
tort of a pi-r.son , wliotil wo will call Mr. I
Good had conceived mi intense horror
of prize lighters in gonural , and John
Morrlssoy in particular. Mr. Good , ono
day while traveling up the Erie road ,
dropped into a conversation with a gentlemanly -
tlomanly stranger of herculean frame
who occupied the seat' next to him.
When the train arrived at Turner's the
depot was feon to bo in the complete
possession of a mob of roughs and stal
wart lumbermen , who had taken posses
sion of the lunch room and terrorized
everybody In the placo. Mr. Good was
hungry , and ho and his unknown com
panion left the train to get something
to eat. Mr. Good pushed his way
through tlio crowd , and ordered an
oyster stew from the waiter. The pro-
printer demurred , on the ground that
the roughs would not permit any ono
else to bo served but their own party.
"Oh , give my friend an oyster stew , "
spoke up the unknown Hercules. "I
guess there'll bo no trouble. "
The stew was no sooner served than a
horny hand reached over Mr. Good's
shoulder and tipped his stow upon the
"Suppose you give mo an oyster
stew , " said the Hercules quietly , with n
delimit glance at the burly six-footer ,
who had snoiled Mr. Good's lunch. An
other stow was served , and it was as
promptly tipped over by the same hand ,
while the mob of roughs laughed up
roariously. But the Hercules , like an
avenging thunderbolt , had leaped from
his stool , and the laugh died away as ho
went right through that crowd , strik
ing out right and loft until ho had cut
i broad swath clear to the door way.
When the cyclone was over live roughs
had to bo picked up out of the remains
: > f those milk slows on the floor , and all
Llio rest had escaped. Then the Her-
Milcs smoothed down his culTs , resumed
iis stool , and remarked as quietly as
over , " .lust lot mo have another stew.
) lease , and a fresh ono for my friend. "
Mr. Good looked at his companion in
: iwo as ho ejaculated : "Excuse mo ,
sir , but who are you anyhow ? " The
Uorcules reached into his vest pocket
nnd produced a card bearing the name
Mohn Morrisoy , New York. " The
stows were eaten in' peace , and Mr.
Good afterward said to Captain Fair-
jhild , as ho described the encounter :
'Well , they say r good mai.y hard
Lhings about John Morrissey , but he's a
mighty good man to travel with. "
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Getting Kvcu With the Horrid M m
A well known society woman , speak-
ng of the attacks made upon her sex for
, heir methods of hahdling their skirts
or bustles when sitting down , carrying
their parasols , and other habits , says :
' 'I think threc-quar.lers of such talk is
nonsense. I am perfectly sure that men
have as many marked habits as women.
What can be moro absurd , I would like
to know , than to _ see a man every time
ho sits down lling his coat tails wide
apart as though something frightful
would happen if he forgot to part them.
Then , again , that everlasting twitching
at tlio logs of his trousers so as to
pull thorn up in folds above the
knees and exposing generally the not
always attractive top of a pair of shoo'
with strings tied in a by no means
picturesque knot. To mo ono of the res
pulsivo habits is the refolding up of n
liandkercluef before replacing in the
pocket , which is quite common to men.
I always wonder if the user is afraid of
getting them fnusscd or only wants the
outside fresh and clean. As regards
the perpetual movement of the hand to
tlio iiead and face , pulling down cuffs so
they will show beneath the sleeve and
similar tricks. Are they not everyday
sights ? Upon my word , I'm really sick
of the whole subject , and when I walk
upon the streets particularly , and ob
serve the habits of the male pedestrians ,
and their utter disregard of the rights
of others , I think the less they say about
the 'weaker sex' the bolter. "
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female sex , there is but ono wise de
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praise it. Of druggists ,
Southern Hlookado Toilet * .
Doinorcst's Weekly : "You shoult"
have seen mo during the war , " says MSbs
Spencer. " 1 looked too awful for any
' ' did " Mrs. Car
'I see you , rejoined
roll. "You remember when you were
in the village to which you had llown
from the bombarded city. You had on
a curtain-calico bed spread , gorgeously
( lowered made into a dress , which you
called a Pompadour costume. And I remember -
member , too , that the dusky maiden of
twelve , who handed me a glass of water ,
was attired in a tick dress of oxquifaite
design , simple , yet elegant. Of this ,
too , I thought you scorned quite proud. "
"I was proud to think how cleverly I
adapted myself to my circumstanced.
That girl was in tatters. All the calico
that had run the blockade was bought
up , so I bethought mo of a wool mattress
that I owned , and I ripped it up ami sold
the wool to bo woven and made into
clothing for the soldiers , had the tick
washed and I made it into two dresses
and two aprons for Flora. "
"Do you remembers Mrs. Ashford's
bonnet and how wq all screamed at her
as she entered the room : 'Whore on
earth did you got that now bonnet ! Did
it run the blockade ? ' 'No , Indeed , ' she
exclaimed proudly. 'This is the same
old bonnet that tilled mo with despair
whenever I looked , at it it did seem
such a hopeless case. , I procured some
black varnish and .gavo the straw two
coats of it. 1 dyed pie faded old ribbon
with pokeberry juice , and I made a
cluster of buds out of pink tissue paper
and covered them with a puff of black
lace , and you see the result ot my in
"I gave my iltuino ] skirts to bo util
ized fora soldier wjio was dying' in the
hospital of consumption , " continued
Miss Spencer , "and , as a substitute , I
made a skirt of heavy throe-ply carpet.
It was as heavy as lead , of course , but
it was the best that could bo done , un
der the circumstances. I made one also
for Flora , and the dusky maiden , a.s you
call her , was very indignant at being
compelled to wear a carpet skirt , and
informed mo that I had dressed her in
the mattress and the carpet , and 'I
don't know what's coming next , ' she
added tearfully. "
"Doyou not remember , " inquires Mrs.
Carroll , "Mrs. Pember's description of
her 'full tiroes toilet' boots of untanned
leather , tied with thongs , woven homo-
spun dress in black and white blocks
the black , an old silk , washed , scraped
with brolcon glass into a pulp , and then
carded and spun1 white oulTa and collar
of blenched homespun , and u hat plait
ed of rye btraw , dyed black with wal
nut julco , a shoe string for ribbon fo en-
clrclo It : and knitted worsted gloves of
thivo shades of green the darkest bottle
tle simile being around the wrist , while
the color tapered to the lovllost color
of the pea at the linger tips. Yes , we
were busy women those days. The noise
of i the spinning wheel was heard
throughout 1 the land , and uthe constant
clip of the scissors as wo cut ui ) our Han-
no ! skirts to make shirts for the sick In
the hospitals , and our best dresses to bo
turned Into dressing growns for them.
We tore up our linen sheets to send for
bandnges , and wo strippnd our lloors of
carpets to make fcoldlers' blankets.
[ AHO OTHER tuiMuuroncitifrnttiraiK
It h i stood the Toil of 7 are
In Coring all Diseases of the
BLOOD , LIVES , BTOM.
ACH , KIDHEYS.BOW
Blood , Invlgoratba and
Cloanees the System.
CURES PATION , JAUNDICE
LIVER IOU8COMPLAINTB. . &
disappear at once undo
KIDNEYS its beneficial influence
AND aa Its cnthartic properties
forbids its uco as
BOWELS. beverage. It i pleas
ant to the taste , and a
easily taken by child
ren as adults.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS C
Hole Proprietor * ,
Are Iho IJEST.
THE RflLWA , TIME TABLES
UNION I'MMl'IO. Arrive
Depot 10th mill Miircysts. Omaha. Omuha.
Lincoln , Hcntrlco , North
1'hitte anil Alma fl:00n.m : , 5:50 : p.m.
"Overland Flyer" limited K-Mp : in , 3:00 : p.m.
MncolnIlciitHcu& ( iruul
Island Kxprcss tp > :00p.m : , 12r : 0p.in.
iJnll nnd Kxpress U.UOp.m , 7:00 : a.in.
Dully tlklly except
UJHUNOTON UOL'TIi. Leave Arrlvo
) opot luth and Mason sts. Oimilm. Omaha.
Cliloaco Fast IJxpress. . . . 3:45 : p.m 7l5a.m :
'lp.'iKO Mall . y-Ml a.m. 7M5n.in
lcftKO Ixfoal . 8:15 : p.m
UiiUfornln Mall . 8l.-i : a.m. 0:0(1 : ( p.m
I'olonwlo Mull . :00p.m : U:40a.m :
Kansas rity Kxpress . yKa.m : ( ) 7:00 : a.m
jvanaa Clty Express.- . . . t 8:50i.in : ) 7:0'ip.m :
Depot 10th nml Murcy sts. Omaha. Onmlm.
No. S. ! i15n ; m.
No. 4. . 7:00 : p.m.
No. 1. . 7 : . " ! . " > a.m.
No. 3. . Tiltip.m.
C. , RT. I' . , M. Act ) . J.eavo Arrlvo
) epotI5th nnd Webster st Omaha. Omaha.
Sioux City lOi.'O n. tn. -:45t.m. :
llancroft lixpross. . lisaip in. I0i : la.in ,
St. Paul l.linUi-a. . . . 0:45 : p.m b:50a.m : ,
* Kxcept Sunday.
CHICAGO Ac NOUTHWHSTEUN.
C. Kx. No. L'.8:10 : n. m. * O. Kx. No. 1..7:00 : p. m
Vehtib'd No. 4.0:00 : p. in. , Vchtlu'd No.U.7:10 : a. in.
Atl'c Kx.No. n. :40 : a. in. I'ac. Kx.No.5.C:15p. m
Dally except Sunday.
Depot 15th and Webster kt < Omaha. Omaha.
Day Express. . . , 10:20 : a.m. fl:30n.m. :
S'lKlit Express. . b3p.m. ! ! ) 5:5. : ' ) p. 111.
K. K. & M. V. H. H. I I.eavo Arrlvo
Depot 15th ami Webster st Omaha. Omaha.
as 10:60 : a.m. 4"Vp.m.
JNorfolk 1'asseiiKor. ! 5:45 : p.m. , I0:00a.m. :
'Dally. Except Sunday.
Kiinnlnf , ' between Council Illuirs and Albright.
In addition to the stations mentioned , trains
stop at Twentieth and Twenty-fourth streets ,
and at the Summit In Omaha.
llroailTrans - Omaha H.,1- . , s . Al-
\\-nv. for. Ilpimr Omaha
ATM. A. M. A. M. A.M. A. M A. M.
5:45 : 5i ! 6:00 : 0:0 : :
0:10 : 0:1 : UiO : ; 0:37 : fl:50 : a-Jf
6:5.- : > 7 : 7:15 : 7:3. : 7:40 :
7:45 : 7K : 8:01 : 8:72 : 8:25 :
H:45 : 8fiC : : tn U:12 : 9:25 :
1C 45 Htt : 10:0.- : ) 10:12 : 10:25 : 10:3C :
10:4. : ' 10 : W 11:05 11:12 11:25 : 11:30 :
11:45 : 11.T : P.M. P. M. P.M. P.M.
r. si. P. M. IL'IO.- , 12:12 : 12:25 : 12:3C :
10:4'A. 12:52 : 1 : ( fi 1:12 : - ! : :
1:52 : SiB : 2:12 : 2:3 : <
4:52 : 3112 U 3 :
4:12 : 4 : - : , 4:3 : < :
4:45 : 5:0' : , 5:12 : r > : M 5:31 :
5:4' : . 6:01 : GI2 : OfX f:3C :
0:45 : (1:52 ( : 7tl5 7:12 : 7r. : .
7:4" : 7:52 : H:0' : ) K:12 : 8:2.i :
8:4 : HOS : ! i:12 : :3C :
0:1 : 10fk" : 10:12 : 10 : 10:3 :
. . nr.llOI (
' 10.r. :
10:4' 10 r 11M5
: < > "
| lv. Hmf : :
bright. Omaha , Sheeloy depot. fer. way.
A. M. A. M. A. M. A.M. A. M. A. M.
5:45 : 0:57 : 11:0. : ;
0:15 : 6r : , : )
7:00 : 7 : ( H 7ir : , 7:20 : 7M :
7:50 : 7:5.1 : B:07 : 8:15 8:2T :
h:50 : t-:55 : ! i:07 : U:15 : B:1.1 : ?
! ' :50 : : . " > 10:07 : 10:15 : 1UHl ! 10:11 :
10:50 : 10:5' : ) 11:07 : 11:15 : ' 11-I1
11:50 : 11:55 : r. M. P. M P. M7' P. M.
I * . M. P. M. 12:117 : 12:15 : K:27 : 12jl :
12:50 : 12:5 : 1:07 : 1:15 h'-T
1:50 : 1:55 : 2:15 : . ; 2-w ;
2:50 : 2:55 3:15 : 11:27 : : ir : ;
3:5' : ) 3K : > 4:07 : 4:15 : 4:27 : 4r :
4:50 : 4:55 : Iil7 : ( 5:15 : 5:2' : ' fit."i : :
6.riO : r > :55 : 0:07 : 0:15 : 11:27 : OH : :
rV : ) 11 : 1 7:07 : 7:15 : 7.0- 7n : :
| 7:50 : 7:55 : 8:07 : 8:15 8r : : >
:50 : 8:55 : :07 : :15 : I:1 ) : ' UT : >
:55 : 10:07 : 10:15 : 111:2' lih'tt
10:55 : 11:07 : aril : ! ' . 11:47 : II : ) )
11 : M r.'iUVam Iv 11:3J :
! 12l5am :
CHICAGO , HOCIC ISLAND Ac PACIFIC.
ANo.14 4OUp. : in. J ) No.2 7:00 : a. m.
II No. 2 0:5' : ) p.m. A 'No. 13. . . . 11:30 : a. m.
C No. (1 ( 0:15 : u , m. ( J No. 6 5:45 : p. m.
A No. 4 t:40a.m. ) : A No.3 0:50 : p. m.
C Des Molnea Accommodation ,
O Des Molnes Accommodation.
KANSAS CITV , S. JOU A ; COUNCIL IILL'FKS.
A No.2 11:2.1 : a. m. A No.3 (1:31 ( : a.m.
A Xo.4 l :10p.m.iA : No.f l30 ! ; p.m.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A : ST. PACL.
No. 2 11:40 a. m.iNo. 1 7:00 : a. in.
No. 1 7:30 : p. m. No.3 0:50 : p.m.
SIOUX CITV Ac PACIFIC.
A No. 10 7:05 : . m.'A ' No.ll R:55n.m. :
A No.12 7OOp.m.lA No.ll OiOOp.m.
OMAHA & SI' . LOUIS.
A No.8 . . . ! ! :40p.m. : A No.7 11:35 : a.m.
CHICAGO , I1UHLINGTON & QUINCV.
A No.4 0:41 : a.m.A No.5 70 a.m.
A No.d li:50 : p. in. A No.3 ll.0 p.m.
A dally ; II dully except Sat. : C dally except
Bun. ; D except. Mon. : t fast mall : Limited.
. ' . U. I'AI.MKIl. X , IMliniMA.V. J. U. DI.A.SC1IA1III
PALMER. niCHMAN ( c CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants.
Offlcu-llooniZJ , O po lto KrchnnBO IliilldluK , Union
r.OniME RAVESTERFIELD it MALEY
Live Stock Commission ,
Iloom U , Uxcbaniie IIulldliiK , Union ritock YAM > ,
rJoutU OujBlia , Neb.
ALEXANDER" & > i TC'H ,
Coimision Dealers in Live Sock ,
Oppoilui Kxchnnge llulldlntf , Union Stook
Vanli , BoutU uiimtm , Kcu.
UNION STOCK YARDS C0
Of Omaha , Limited
CHUHCHILL PAUKEU ,
Dealer in Asricnltural Iinpleracuts , WaEons ,
Cnrrlnttes nnd ItUKiilr * . .Imp * MrrrtbctwecuJlhnuU
LININGER fi METC-ALFrb"oZi
, Ktc. Whotemle. Oiimrm.Nflirnslin.
, ORE N D n&A R T i N
Wliole > xh > llvnlrrs In
AETicnltural Implcicnts , Wagons & Buggies
Rll , HO , W6 nnJ WI Joncn Street , Ouinhn.
P. P. MAST i CO. ,
Mannfacttircrs of Buckeye Drills , Seeuers ,
CultlTBlors , llnr H l < e < . Clrtfr Mill * urn ! l.ubnn Pul-
Terliert , Cor. lull nnd Nlcholns Mreets.
WINOTJA IMPLEMENT d67
- Wliolesnle -
Agricnltel Implements , Wagous&Biiggies
_ Comer 14lli nml Mr holnn ytreetn.
J. F. SEIBERLINC > V CO. .
Akron , Olilo.
Harvesting Macliincry and Binder Twine ,
\V. K. Mend. Mnnsfcr. 13Ul.envonwortti > L Om.ih.i.
MOLINEMILBRN& STOOD ARD Co
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
Cur. Utli ninl Puclllc plreets. Omiilin , Neb.
ArtlBta' Mntorlnls. _ _
A HOSPE. Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 Doutflm f treet , Omnlm , Ni'bmnkn.
Booksellers nnd Stntlonors.
H. M , & S. W. JONES.
SuccesforMo A. T. Kenjron \ Co. , AVIiolcs'ilo A Hctnll
Booksellers and Stationers ,
I'lno WeililltiK Simionory , CoininiTclnl blnllonery
\'Ji Douglni Street. Unmliu. .Ncli.
Boots and Shoos.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & CO. ,
( uccenorn to Heed , Jinei > A lo. )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Shoes
. tor Itajlor ,
W. V. MORSE k CO. .
Johhers of Boots and Shoes ,
1101,1103-HUj UouBlim St.Omnhn ManuructorjSum
mer St. . IR91OI1.
Coffees , Splcos , Etc-
CLARKE COFFEE CO. ,
Unmlm Coffee nud Hplee Mills.
Teas. Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
Klnvcrlnit Kitrnclf , Lnuuilrr llluc. Inkii , Ktc. 1114-
Klti llarnuy Slrui-t. Omnlm. Ncbrnska.
Crockery and Clasawtiro.
" " "
w. L."WR"IO"HT ,
Agent for the Mnnufacturer" apd Iraporteis of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys ,
Etc. Oflt cc. 317 a. 13th St. . Omaha. Xcbrnnkn.
PERKINS , CATCH & LAUMAN.
IniDOrtur * and Jobbers of
Crcckery , Glassware , Lamis , Silverware
Ktc. 1M41'nrnam St. , New 1'inton Uulldlnu.
Commlaslon and Storage .
RIDDELL ft RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Specliillli" Iirtfcr. Ki r . (1h'p , n , PonltiTr , Game ,
IllSlIoward Street. Omithi.
CEO. SCHROEDER & CO. ,
tiuccesiorn to McSlmne \ Sclirocdcr. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
FREDERICK J. FAIRBRASS.
Flour , Feed , Grain and General Cominision
Mercbnnt. Correnponilenee sollnlted. 1011Vorlli Iflli
btroet.Uuinhu , Nub.
OMAHA'COAL. "COKE & LIIME c. ,
Johte of Hard and Soft Coal ,
9U9 South 13tli Street , Omnhn , Nebraika.
J. J. JOHNSON & ( CO. ,
Manufacturers of Lime ,
And chlppem ot Ciuil , Uuk , Cement , Piaster , Mm
Drain Tile , nml Sewer I'lpo. Onlcc , si * . S. 11th
St. , Omalia , Neb. Telephone I'll.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal and Col&
SHFoillh ISlliHt. , Omaha. Kcb.
Dry Goods nnci Notions.
M E SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
1102 nml 1104 DotiKlai , Cor. llth St. , Omnbn , Neb.
Importers and Jottos in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Gents' Furnlablni ! Cooils. Corner lltb and lliuuoy
Ht . , Omatm , Nebraska.
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Knrnara Street. Omaha. Nebraska.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER ATcb7r
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
' 06.7U7 , TOO nnd 711 P. 10th Ft. , Omaha , Neb.
McCORD. BRADY & CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
1 IU nnil I.cave > nworth Strcoti , Omaha , Nebrnikn.
MARKS BROS. SADDLERY CO ,
Wholesale .Manufacturer * of
Saddlery & Jihoers of SiddleryllarMarc
And Leather. 1WJ , 1(0.1 nnil 1117 Ilnrney bU , Omaha ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Sprlnm , Wegon flock. Hardware. Lumber , Kto. 120S
uud 1211 llnrnu ; titruet , Uuiaha.
HIMEBAUGH & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanlci1 Tools and IlutTalo Hcalcs. ll'jj ' Douglui
Htroet. OniabM , Nebraska.
RECTOR. W1LHELMY & CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
h and llarucr Bti. , Omaha , Neb. Wcilern AKCnti
tor Auilln Powder C i. , Jefferson Steel Nalle ,
Kalrbanki Ktandaid Scale * .
LEE , CLARKE , AN DREESEN HARD
WARE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
MctnlH , fiheet Iron , et < \ Aeeuts for Howe Scales ,
MiuniU'owik'r auai.yimin liarbcdvlre ,
Oniahn , Nebraska.
Jhlats , Caps , Eto. _ _
W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods ,
1107 llarncj Street , Ouia'ao , Neb.
WJ.f _ _ . r Lumber "
"OMAHA LUMIBER co"
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
IStJ Street and Union I'aciac Track , Om > ha.
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sasb.
Uoon.liu. TarJi-Coroer Tib and UouflMi Corn i
WU aud IUiul
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
Ijth and California ? lrcct . Oinnlm. .Vpbrnslm.
CornorBth and DoiiBlnnfii. . Omaha.
. W. HAHVEY LUMBEn CO *
To Dealers Only ,
Office , UfO Fnrnnm Plreot Omaha.
JO'HN A. VVAKEFIEUD , '
Wliolesale Liimlier , Elc ,
Imported and American Portland Cement. 8tat
AKcntfor.MllTaukpK IlydrniillcCenifiit and
( JulncyVhlio l.ttni' .
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber , J
Wood Carpet * and Parquet Ploorinii Oth unit PoncHi 1
hflllllnory nnd Notlonn.
" " "
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
W. 9111 anil SPMnnlli lltli ' Iroi-t
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING coT
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jcanf l'ant , Shuts , itr. : lllKnml 1101 Ikmtflat Street ,
J. T. R&l3INSON NOTloN CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods
41' ! anil 40ii * nth lOlli St. . Ouialin.
CONOLIDATED TAK IN CO. ,
Wholsale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
lie Urca'o , lite. . Omaha. A. II. Hli liopManagBr
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Good ? ,
I ltd llarni-r xtrnet. Omaha.
THK SIM.MONDS MASLTAlTUKIXa CO ,
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
llev Sl.li'tionnK Hook CIIBC , lr B rixtiircn.WMJ
Cii'ov Partition * , llnlllniiM'omilfr . Ili-vrmid Wjna
( "onli-rj. Minors cto. 1'iirtiiry nm' nfllci1. irJUauulxU
South K'.lh Si.Om rm , ToloplKinu mi.
CUMMINGS & . NEUSON ,
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
lim Kurimm Stront. Omnlm.Nob.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. .
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
rrr n nlco itock of Printing. Wrnm > liic anil Writing
'ftr'er. Bpcclnl attention uivtm tn cur load onion.
JOHN L\Vl.KIE ,
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Factory ,
S'oi. 13 ! " nml 1319 Douglas St. , Ouinlia , Nob.
PHll. STIMMEL AT CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
Oil anil l.l Jones Street Oinuha.
Slornso , Forwarding A CommlsBlon
ARMSTRONG. PETTIS Ac CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Branch hmisionl' the Ilertnoy IliiKK } ' < ' llnitKlegat
nUulutalu anil retail , l.H 13IOniul ttt'l liard Ulroet ,
Oinahu. Telephone No. "W.
Smoke Stocks , BoilersEto- " ' _ _ _ >
H. K. SAWYER.
Manufacturing Dealer in Smoke Stacfcs ,
Urltcblnga , Tanks and General Holler ItcpulrlntE. 1315
Doclgo Htrrot. Omaha. Nob.
STORZ & tLER.
. Lager Beer Brewers ,
1H1 North KlgthleontU Street , Omaha , Neb.
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
John ICponetor , Proprietor. VtU Doiteu nml lu ( and 101
North luth Street , Onmlm.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION.
Auxiliary Publishers ,
IVuleri In Type. Prews and Printers' Supplies. WJ
South IStU Street. Oumha.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in filler Goods
311 Clotlilui ! anil Leather Ucltlnc. 1 W Farnam Hlrmt.
IVI. A. DISBROV t , CO. ,
Wliolennlo ManuCicttirerx of
Sash , Doors. Blinds and Moulding ,
llrnncli Ofllcu , lllli and Irurd .Streets , Onmlm , Nob.
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO.
Jlaniifactnrers of Sash , Doors. Blinds. 1
V - , Hlnlr Work and Interior Ilnr'l
-uldlnpB Wood Flu-
su. K. 13. Corner Ml , nnd Ix'nvimworlu Slrcols ,
, Pumps , JSto. jj
" " " " " "
AL. STRANG CO. ,
Pumps ; Pipes and Engines ,
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. .
Wholesale Pumps Pipe Fittings
, , , . .
3te m n. < Wiilcr Rmiplloi. Ilpudiiimrtcri for Ma t.
hoe t li Co'a itciuda. 1111 Turnum lit. , Onmlm.
U. S. WIND ENGINE * PUMP CO. .
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Hallway Wind Stills. OlBnndOttFarmun St. , Omaha.
( ' r Itoss , Acting Manager.
BROWNELL & OO. ,
engines. Boilers and General Machinery ,
Sheet Iron Work Steam I'nnipt , Saw MIHi. 1313-1213
lAjnvonworth btiuut , ( Juiulm.
STEAM BOILER WORKS , ; ,
Carter A t'on , Prop1 * . Manufacturer * ofall klndi ' *
Steam Boilers , Tgnft and Sheet Iron Wortf ;
Works Poulh AJlli and II , .1 M. Crotilng. '
PAXTON VIKKM.M } nio.sVOIIKB. . , . , ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Work , *
Kiijlne .llran Wurk.Oeneral Foundry. Miohlne and 1 ;
lllackauillli Wnrk. orHfo nnd Works , U. J' . lly.
nuil lltb Street , oimilm. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
O"MA > fAVIRE A : IRlON WOHK3 ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings . i ;
Ie ) k Il ll , Window Oiinrdn. Klowor Stands , \Ylro \
Hun' . Ktc. la North Kth Ktreet.Oiualia.
OMAHA SAFE an0 IRON WORKS , .
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes I
Foulti. Jail Work , Iron ami Wire Fencing , Hlgnii , litO.
II. Aiidreon. 1'roy'r Cor. llth and Jnckjoa flu.
CHAMPION IRON and WIRE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards i
and Hcrceni , ffir banks , ornce , tlorp roildsncei , cto. '
luiirnvud Avnlnui. l.ock iolili .M cbluyry nnd
IJIackiujlih Work > . 4Ueoutl , IllU Bt.
Fire and Burglar Proof Safesjiine Loci ! .
Oeo r l At'enti for IH bcl4 Rafo k Uock Couytai't
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