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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; SATITRDAY. ? SEPTEMBER 21) ) . 1888 , 5
THE BUDELETS LOSE THE DAY
Btudonts at the Unlvoralty Indulge
In n "Oano Scrap. "
SOPHOMORES SNAP THE STICKS
Buprcino Court Mnttors Incorpora
tion of n New MllllnK nnil Klcvu-
tor Company Ilcpnftllann
LIXCOI.J * BUHEAO or TUB OMAHA BBB , )
1IK9 l STHKET , V
LINCOLN , Sept. 23. )
The freshman nnd soplioiuoro classes of the
Btnto university indulged In the conventional
minimi "cano scrap" this morning. An eye
\vitnrss describes the combat ns one of thrill *
Ins Interest for n few short minutes. For
years soon nflcr the commencement of the
fall term of the university It has been the
custom of the freshmen to appear on the
campus , each carrying a cano or walking
stick , and this has boon the signal for ttio
Bcdato and dlgniltod sophotnoro class to nip
the "dudo act" In the bud. Hut this custom
extends beyond the limits of the university
of Nebnislta. It goes the rounds of the differ
ent institutions of learning of this and other
countries. The cano net signifies that the
wearer hosdroppod his educational pinafores
mid the "scrap" tests his ability to get there.
The "scrap" was watched with interest by
ntald professors and tutors , but one by onu
the "walking sticks" wcro snapped in two
nnd the sophomores wcro monarehs
of all they surveyed. During the entire -
tire fracas the best of feeling existed
between the contesting classes and the final
"round up" will take place on the university
campus to-morrow morning. It is an easy
matter to break on ordinary cano when ono
pots it in his clutches , and this Is why , pcr-
tmps , the freshman class was vanquished In
the preliminary struggle. As customary ,
to-morrow morning the university campus
will bo the sccno of the final fray. A strong
cnno will bo put In the hands of the fresh
man class and the sophomore boys must ob
tain undisputed possession of it within a
given time or permit their Juniors to carry
cones without molestation. The battle will
bo untamed and tierce. The swain with his
first "base ball mustache" would hardly light
with greater persistency than will the boys
to prove that they have drifted beyond their
pinafore days in the school room , liut ,
No use for folks In calico
To sign to dress in silk ,
And still less use to shed n tear
Above the milk that's split.
To-morrow sixty freshmen will test the
mottle of about forty sophomores.
A SUCK OlIAMIEll.
Peter McNaniara Is a farmer. He does
his trading In Lincoln. Ho Is an inoffensive
looking , horny handed son of toil. Hut looks
ro deceptive. Patsy was on the market
yesterday with a load of oats. The top of
the load was bright and dry. The hands of
buyers went down into the load and O. 1C.
was the word. But PaUy wanted the top of
the market for his grain. Ho drove hero
end there. Buyers continued to examine his
goods. HUls on the load wore freely made. To
look at Patsy or.s would think that ho would
become the victim of the" iirsu sharper Who
fhanccd to como along. A blue coated gen
tleman chanced to run his arm down into the
load and his hand struck a largo stone. Ho
kept an eye on Pntsy , but the load was sold ,
and weighed out over forty-six bushels , and
lie Was gone before Mr , Omcer could get his
clutches upon him. But ho came to town to
day , evidently "smelling u mleo. " for his
load was the pure quill. The purchaser was
taken in. but declines to tuiacal , but will
vrutch Putby in the future.
BUl'UF.ME COUKT NEWS.
The following cases were lllod In the supreme
premo court to-day by Deputy Cleric
William H. and Ida Hardy vs William W.
and iCllzaboth Hlddlo ; error from Lancaster
Lorenzo V. Smith ct nl vs Andrew Tray-
nor ; error from Douglas county.
Slnto of Nebraska ox rol. City of Sutton
vs II. A. Babcock ; mandamus for submission
relating to the waterworks bonds of that
Court will bo called on next Tuesday morn
ing , when the docket for thd Second judicial
district will bo called and the cases heard.
There are fifty cases on the call for the dis
MILtINO AKf > KI.EVATOH COMPAHf.
The secretary of state to-day filed articles
Incorporating the Chadron milling and eleVator -
Vator company , which authorizes a capital
look of 180,000 , divided into shares of $100
each. The existence of the corporation dates
from the Sid day of this month and con
tinues fifty years. A board of directors are
authorized to call in the full amount of the
Dubscribcd stock whenever it la needed. The
company will do a regular milling business
and deal in grain , and is composed of the fol
lowing stockholders , viz : Barllott Richards.
Charles S. Cryslor , Charles U. Hughs and
Walter O. Brown.
The republican state central committee has
dado the following appointment ! ) i
At Hasnvllle , September 29 , Hon. J. L ,
Caldwcll and Hon. I. W. Lansing.
At Palmyra , September. 29 , Hon. O. M ,
At Minden , September 29 , HOD. George B ,
Everett and Hon. U. J. Llndstrom.
At Wabash , September 29 , Hon. Chariot
At Dawson , Richardson county , Octoboi
1 , Hon. John Hush , of Omaha.
At Nelson , October 8 , Hon. O , M , Lam
At Mission Creek , Pawnee county , Octo
ber 4 , Kov. W. H. TibbetU , of Crab Orchard ,
At Columbni , October 4 , Hon. Wllllatr
> cese and Hon. J. L. Caldwoll.
At Pullerton , October 5. same speakers.
At Humboldt , October 0. Hon. Qoorgo B ,
Everett and HOD. J , E. Hill.
At Alexandria , October U , Hon. George H ,
Hasting * ,
A connF.cTtoy HOTED ,
It was an error to say the state board ol
transportation had decided "fernlnst" th <
citizens of Emerald In their demands for bet
ter passenger and shipment facilities at thai
plaoa. The complaint was heard yestordaj
in full , but before * passing Judgment thi
txmrd wilt visit the place and carefully exam
Jne the surroundings. As yet no positive do
elsion ha * been reached , but unlost , the situ
ntion appear * decidedly difTaront than thai
elicited at the examination it will probably
bo as indicated by TUB BEE representative li
this morning's issue.
C1TV J-BWS AND NOTES.
Attorney General Loeso is fn Geneva
Fillmore county , to-day , whern ho attcndoi
the county fair and addressed the citizens ua
Bomblod on the issues of the day.
Commissioner Scott wont to Hastings till
morning on n business trip.
Judge Harlem , of York , was in the Capita
city to-day. Ho expressed the conviction , a !
things considered , that the opinion of th
supreme court on the Saline county mandt
tnus was for the best interests of the state
"Men may honestly differ as to what Is cor
Btltutlonal law. "
The city water plant across the Antolop
bids fair to do the work. Fears are o >
pressed , however , that the plant will cause th
family wells of the vicinity to ao dry. I
fact , this has been the result with ono we !
already. The six wells provided have bee
connected with the mains and yield 204,00
gallons per day.
The contractor of the third and eight
paving districts assures the public that th
work will bo completed on or Dcforo Noven
Colonel A. G. Palrbrothor returned from
trip to Sioux City , la. , this morning. Ho al
tended the corn palaoo celebration and pr <
Bounces it great.
This morning Sheriff Mellek ucccedod I
finding the saws used by the would-bo } all
breakers. Ono of the prisoners guvo th
tor.v away for hts liberty. Ho had nearl
served out his time , however- and It we
thought that the finding of the saws woul
bo of more service to the county than thoui
expired time ot the prisoner. The saws , tvi
in number and broken Into flve pieces , wei
hid in a Unseed oil can , containing about
uint of oil , which was placed up stairs and 1
It conspicuous place. The party whofui
nlshcd the tools Is under otoso watch. A :
rests will probably bo made.
Without health , life has no sunshine
Vfl\o could be hnppy with dyHpopdlu o
Spirits , headache , ague or uittoasos c
the stomach , liver or kidneys ? Ih
Jones' Red Clover Tonic quickly cure
the nbovo discuses. Price 60 confc
Goodmiw Druj * Company , j
A XEW onncit
To no EstalriUhcil A in o tin Now II. ft AI.
"You did not hear of the latest accession
to the ranks of organized labor , did you ! "
said n well known Union Pacific engineer.
"Well , It Is to bo made out of the now engi
neer i on the Burlington. They are a little
nfrald that perhaps their wages will bo cut ,
after all , to help the company to fight the
men whoso places they have taken , and they
want to bo prepared for any emergency. I
have spoken to ono or two of the prlmo
movers , and , although they are working It
on the ( | ulut. the move Is well under waVi
nnd the order will bo christened the Inde
pendent Order of Locomotive Engineers. "
K. B. Pope , western passongoragent of the
Chesapeake < x Ohio , is in town ,
Ulchard Fitzgerald , traveling passenger
ncont for the Louisville & Nashville , is vis
iting the boys once more.
Pat Humphrey , traveling passenger agent
of the Krio. Is spending the day In the city.
George W. Andrews , western traveling
passenger agent , and C. 1C. Wither , western
traveling passenger agent of the Lake Shore
& Michigan Central , left their cards around
D. O. Mills , the well-known broker and di
rector of the Central Pacific , went west with
a party of friends yesterday.
J. G Harris , treasurer of the Union Pacific ,
passed through the city yesterday on his re
turn to Boston. He has been on a tour of
inspection over the road.
A Joint mooting of the Union Pacific em
ployes Is called for Saturday night , at 7:30 : ,
at the Gate City hall , Thirteenth nnd Doug
A. U. Puulus has received permission to
test n new patent frog and safety block In the
Union Pacific yards , with the understanding
that If it proves a success it will bo adopted
all along the line.
Ladies who value n refined complexion -
ploxion must use Pozzoni's Powder
it produces a soft nnd beautiful akin.
An Organ in Trouble.
The foreclosure of the chattlo mortgages
last Monday on the Svonska Tribune and the
discontinuance of that paper , for a time was
considered a political action on
ho part of the republicans to secure
control of it nnd turn its influence durlngthis
campaign. It is now given out , however ,
that the democrats have entered into nego
tiations and secured the plum for their party
and that the Tribune from this time until
after election day will bo a McShano organ.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
Is only put up in large two ounce tin boxes ,
and is an absolute cure for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 'J3
cents per box by mail 30 cents.
Returning Knight ! ! .
Falls City Division No. 29 , Knights of
Pythias , arrived in town on their way homo
from Sioux City , whore they attended the
corn palace celebration , taking part In "last
night's parade with divisions from Lincoln ,
Wahoo , Fremont nnd other cities. They
numbered nineteen knights , nnd left forborne
over the Missouri Pacific road.
For Nervous Debility
Use IIorslord'H Acid Phosphate.
D.A. . M. Biuiv , Mitchell , Dak. , aiyi ; "I
have used it } S number of cases or nervous
debility , with very good result ? , "
A nail Boy.
Howard Schofleld , a boy of ton , was turned
over to the police by his mother , who says
that .ho broke into a candy stand and stole
Some of the goods , tliat ho has committed
other doprodatlons of a similar character and
Is n bad boy cenernllv who defies all parental
authority. The mother wishes him sent to
the reform school , After hearing the
mother's story the boy was bound over in
the sum of I1UO to appear before the district
A Womaii'0 Confession.
"Do you know , Mary. I once actually
contemplated suicide ? " "You horrify
mo , Mrs. B. Toll mo about it. " "I
wna suffering from chronic wcuknesa. I
bellovod myself the most unhappy wo
man in the world. , I looked ton years
elder than I really was , and I felt
twenty. Llfo seemed to have nothing
in it worth living for. " "I have expe
rienced all those symptoms myself.
Well ? " "Woll , 1 was saved at the
eleventh hour from the commission of
a dead which I shudder to think of. A
friend advised mo to take Dr. Piorco's
Favorite Prescription. I did so. In an
incredibly short time I felt hko a now
being. The 'Proscription ? cured mo ,
and I ewe Dr. Pierce a debt of grati
tude which I can never repay. "
The full returns of the receipts of the late
Omaha fair have not boon prepared , owing to
the Illness of Assistant Secretary Glbbs , and
will not be published until he is able to bo in
hi * office. _
Free to You , a Gold Pen !
For a elub of ton ( throe months ) trial
subscriptions at 2So each to the Nebraska
Homestead and Family Journal , a large
eight-page weekly for the farm and
homo , we will send a handsome gold pen
and holder that you could not purchase
ut retail at less than $2.25.
This is offering oar weekly at half
rate , the regular price being $2.00a yeur
or 60 cents for three months.
If you want a gold pen for yourself , or
wish to gl vo a friend or relative u present
for birthday or Christmas , hero is an
opportunity to obtain one free.
You can easily get 10 subscribers at
25 cents eaohaniongyourncquaiutanco
nnd they will bo pleased with their bar
gain. Ladles , girls and boys , ns well ae
men succeed remarkably well. Sample
copies freoi * >
Address or call.
TUB HOMESTKAD ,
424 Pax ton block , Omaha , Nob.
A Family Affair All Around.
A a Darrah U a brother of NlnaDarrab ,
upon whom Samuel Lowe committed an
abortion , for which he paid a fine of $600 1
few days ago. In a case against Jamei
Lowe , n brother of Samuel , for violating the
llqnor ordinance of Tokamuh , Darrah swore
that he bought Intoxicants of Lowe. It wat
afterwards- shown that Darrah obtained the
liquor In Omaha , and ho is now on trial foi
IU f uperlor eicelleuce proven in millions <
nomi-s formor. than a nuirter or a ctntnry. 1
U useil by the United H Intel Uorerument. Et
dorsoU by tla heads o ( the ( treat Universities n. <
thn mronuest , purest ami most healthful. lr
I'rlce's Cream Daklng I'owder does not contati
ammonia , lima or aln m. Sold only In cans.
PIUCK IJAKINU POWDRtt CO.
New York. Chicago. St. toulo
OVEtt A MltLTOK DlSTUinUTKDl
. . .
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated by the legislature of ISfls. for I'd-
ncatlonnl and Charitable purposes , and its fiiin *
chlso made a part of the urctent State Constitu
tion , In 1871' , by nn overwhelming popular vote.
tnice pldce Bernl-Annually Unnn nnd December )
nml Its (111ANM ) BINOl.R NUMIIKH IMIAW *
IN J8 take place on each ot the other ten months
In the year , nnd are all drawn In public , at the
Academy of Music , Now Orleans Ja.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervise the
arrangement * for nlltlio Monthly and Seinl-Au-
mml Drawings of The Louisiana State Uitt ery
Company , nnd In person inaungo anil control
tlio Drawing themselves , nnd that the s.xme
are conducted with honostv , fairness , nml In
Itood faith toward nil parties , utid va authorize
the company to use this cortlllciUe , with fiic-
Hlmllrs of our signatures attached , lu ltd adver
COMMISSION ! ; US.
We. thenndor.-lRnoil Hunks nnd Hankers , will
pay nil Prize * drawn In The Louisiana State
Lotteries which may uo presented at our count-
H. M. WALMSLKV , Pros. Louisiana Nat. Hank.
1'IKUHK LANAUX , 1'res. Stnto Nnt'l flank.
A. HALI > WtN , Pres. New Orleans Nnt'l Hank.
UAItL KOIIN , I'res. Union National Hank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
n the Academy of Music , Now Or-
Irnns , Tuesday , Oct. Oth , 1H8H.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twentj Dollars each.
Halves $10 ; Quartan , $5 ; Tenths , $2 ; Twen
LIST Of 1MII7E3.
1 I'HIZE OF * IOO.OCO Is . $301.000
I MtlXH OF lOV'Uls . 100,0110
MH/.R OF MWXls ) ) fiO.OOO
1 PltlX.E OK i.0001
'UIZESOF 10,1X10 are
'U1/K8OF B.OIXI nro . : r.,000
25 UI/.KrtOK 1,01,0 uro SiWll (
101 Itl/lWOK fi'Jil are fiO.OtX )
an HI7KS UK : 0 are ( iO.OOO
WO PHIZES OF 1UO nre 1UO.IO )
100 Prizes of Wl uro BO.O'KI '
100 do AM are ; in. < ) UO
100 do aWnre
W3 do luoaro
WJ do NWaro./ a ; , lM )
,13t Prizes , amounting to Jlor > l , K )
NOTE. Tickets drawing Capital Prize * tire not on-
Itleil to ternilnul prUi's.
tf KoitCi.uit HATKS , or nny further Information
de'lrcd , write legibly to the umlcnlgnoil , dourly
tntlnx your rcMdcncn.with State , County , -Irent nml
number. More rapid return mall delivery will bo nv
uredby your encloMng tin enrelopu buurlng your
Hend l" ) SrAT. NOTKS , Exprc * * Money OnloH , of
New Vork EichaiiKu In onllimry letter , Currency by
Uxprcu ( lit our expense ) uddrcs-ocl
" . -
W hul. .D.O
Address Registered Letters to
NKW OUI.BAN8 NATIONAL ItANK ,
New urlean * , IJ > .
inAT"RTl ) Thfit "ie Presence of Ocn-
, Tl.IIIillJJIi Lv cml lioaurognrd unil
Carly , whu tire Inchiirgo or the drawings. I * agttnr *
antee of almoluto fnlrncas nn.l Integrity , tlnit the
cltflrtOcnnrani ! * ; * . * : ! rf2l.l.L'aU ' > one call i > o lbly
dlvlno whnt niimborwlll itrn-rn prltfl.
"IIKMKMIinit , ale , that the tinymont ftf prlio-H
OUAHANTKKU IIV KOUll NATIONAL HANKS OK
NdW Orlcnns , and the Tickets nroIziio.l by the fres *
deni of nn Institution whiise cliartortMl rights are
recognized In the highest courts ; therefore , beware
any Imitation * or nnonvmotis achoracs. "
| It hai itood ihs Teit of Yearn ,
Ja Curing all Dii a es of the
BlOOD.IIVnK , BTOM-
IAOH , KJDKEYS.BOW
[ EL3e. ItPnrlfleathe
Blood , Inrlfforatds and
o uitca PATION , JAUNDICE ,
EiUDiinsEsornn : BICKHEADACHIBn >
LIVER IOTJiCOMPtAlHTH , *
IDNEYS iU Ixmnelallttflume.
STOMACH It ! purely a Utdielne
AND M it * cathartic proper-
tlei forbida its nw ae a
aattotho'ta-te , and M
eatily taken by ehild *
ran ae adultt.
IPRIOKLY ASH BITTERS CO
Bola Proprlttort ,
OH ! MY HEAD.
The pain from Neuralgia and 1U
Companion disease Rheumatism U
excruciating. Thouxands who could
be quickly cured arc needleftaly uf.
will do for
others what it did for the following
WUlUmipoit. tnd , , Oct. 1.1887.
lU-lncbmaTafilrted with Beartlfta tat
U > * put four y tn , and t7lncalmot T 7-
tklnc , bat In Tain. I ttiully h ard at Athlo-
b < j . Atur tiklrtr on * bottle I found II
to b * helclpc mo , andarUr Uklni four bot-
UM of ARuophoroa and one of Pin * , I found
that I wt * ntlrely well. 1 think th * mdi *
in * b podtlrcly a ran rare.
OnATTNCKT B. REDDKTE.
lit. O.rnel , ni.d > . 36.1W7.
. I h T BMd Athlophorc * In.rar family and
Bnd It to be the er t * t medicine for nu-
ralcl * In eiUtenc * and hlrlnf had It * tingt
IMtnwd npon m for the put So yetri I know
biMt I tpcak. Ma * . JDUA CIULTOH.
4Scnd 6 cent for the lx > ntitirin r lonx\ pie *
turc , "Moorish Malden , "
THEATHLOPHOROS CO. 112 Wall St. H. r.
With Corns and nuhlonswtienyot
Cfin secure Immediate and per
innnont relief , at small expense
HUM bjruslngMEAD'R Couv ana I1UK
WHY * ON' I'l'ASTeii * ! , which are eoU
11111 nnd recommended by every llvi
nniBKlst throxiphout the Unlte <
states nod Citnittln.
r A vnii
Ull iviu I" fevers nnd other suinme
the sick room dally , und for thli
uUrrkn AVIITHOI , PASTIM.KA , 'rhe i
wwi i 1.1 1 pnKtiiies when burned In the Bid
room cuuso no perrcptlhle In
Elirnx/ crease in Its temperature , 1m
tVbKT theylmnnrtn frAjrrnnce tlmt 1
" ncroenble , stimulating nnd re
frothing to the itlck.brslde npti
n V trallzlne and ellmlnntlnn nil din
UAT aisreeblB odor nnd bodily excre
tions , nnd rendering the air pur
HT"Don't forget JIKXSON'I
I'IASTBK for aches .t
Epp s's Cocoa ,
"Dr n thornniili knowledee of the natural law
whlcu govern the operatlun * of cllucntton nnd nutrl
tlon.and hy H careful application of lli tln propel
ties of ncll-ittlecteil Cocuii , Mr. Kpp * h i provlJcil oil
breakfast tablu with n dollrntuly flavored IxtrernK
which may > ave us many henry doctor' bill * . It I
by the Juillclous use of Mich articles of ilelt that
constitution may bo gradually built up until -iron
PiioiiRh to roilst eTery tejulrncy to < 1cao. | llur
( Ircd.i of lulitlonittlalles fro tloxtlnRnniunil umut
to attack whercvur thrrn I * a weak point.Vo nut
I'scupo many a fatal haft by kroplnuourselru * wpl
tortttlod with pure blood and a properly nourlahm
frame * " Clrll ferric * ( itiotte.
Jlait * limply Ull bblllnK waterorrullk. Boldonl
In bulf poiimMlus by Orocrr * labeled thus :
< Homtcopathio Chemists
JnlUMtiriU&ljU , , LONCO.V , Ux
TORCHES. FLAGS. BAM *
Sand for Manuf. Catalog
172 Madl on t.OhiciBO.
. oooniiicn , .
13) Dearborn P . , Cblrcxoi adTlea f roe ! 21 year
xt > neacej builnc-i quUUy aJ legally t Daclui
\H\ \ ( \
fth J--'l i c THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
and Winter Suits !
1119 FARNAM STREET. 1119
COtM , Three Doors East of i2th Street.
. Di ,1
IT Omaha , Neb. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
The Best Route from Omaba and Council
THE EAST -
TWO TllAlNa DAILY IIBTWKEN Oil AH A AMD
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Mlnno polls , Cedar Rnplds ,
Hock Island , FreeportBockford. .
Clinton , Dubuquc , IhiTCnport ,
Elgin , Madison , Janestlllo ,
Uclolt , iViuouft , La Crosse ,
And 11 othir. Important point ) E it , Northo u and
For through tlokttl etll Odtha ticket > tt nt at 1901
Farnam atrett. In Barker Blo k , or at Union Pactn *
Halltnao Bl p r and the finest DlalnK Can In thi
world are run on the main line ot the Chicago , Mil
wankce A Ht. Paul Hallway , and every attention II
paid to vMMngvra by oourtvoiii m toy ot Ik *
J. It. TUCKKH. Anlitaqt G n nl Haiaco * . .
A. V. E. ( JAlifisNTBB , O n ral Pui4C ( r an !
OEO.iifllKArrOBO.A-iliUnt 0 awml fttttmgti
anil Tlck t Aient.
THE CHICAGO ANO
And Chicago ,
The only road to take for les Mnlnon , MarMialtnwn
Cedar Ituplda , Clinton , IHxon , Chlomfo , Milwaukee ,
and all points Ka't. To tlie people nf Nebraska ( "iilo-
mdo , Vryonilni , Uluh , lilahn , Narud.n , Oregon , Wa-lh
InRton and California , H oTern ( superior adrantatrev
not possible by Any other line ,
Amnnita few of the numerous points of superiority
enjoyed by the patrons ( if this rend between Omaha
mul Chimed , uro lit throe Ir.tln * a day of I > AV
COAOllK .nhlch nre the Hnot that human nrt and
Inn-naltycanereato. Itsl'Af < ACnHI.HKI'INHOAIIS
theequnlnf which cnnnot tie r < > un < l elsonhoro. At
Council limit * , the trains nf the Union Pudrto Hull-
way eonnerlln union rtopnt. with Ihono of the Chicago
cage , V Northwestern Hy. , ( n Chlc-KO the trxlntof
this line make cltwo connection with tlioso of nil
uthnr Kastcrn line * . < . .
For 1niluiitJiuiuvii * . Indlanapoll * - , Cincinnati ,
Nlnzarn KnlN. I llurr.iln , I'ltttburr , Tornnto , Montr nl ,
3-ton. Now Yor * , rhnadelnliTa , llaltlmora , wn-h-
Inuu , and nil points In tnu Rast , Aik for tickets vli
) h ° "NORTHWESTERN"
If you wish the best actxiwmoilutlon. All ticket
nitent * sell ticket * Tla thu line.
i ii. iiuuiirrr. 'K. r. wno.v.
U u'l Mannnrer. , ( Jen'l 1'asa'r Agent.
W. K. IIAI1COCK , ( i n'lV < y.crh | Aeent ,
I > . K. KIMIIAMi. Ticket Ascnt.
U , V.K V , City 1-nsneiiKor AtfOnU
1101 Farnnm Stcepti Oiutinu , Neb ,
Or ( ho Ll'iaor Habit' oslllvelj Cured b )
It can b ( rfren In a cup of eofTan or tea with
out the Knowledge ot th pcrion taking It : ftbso-
Intely harmlesp , nd will efl ct a permanent and
peedy cure , \tliether the patient Is a modernta
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands oj
drunkard ! Jiav been tuade tumperate men who
have taken ( lold-n Boecltlo In their coffee with-
raj their knowlMlge and to-day bolleva they
Quit drinking of their own free will. Itnevei
falls. lhesy t m onca Impregnated WitU the
BpeclBc. It becomes an utter Impossibility for
tlio i liquor pp tlte to exlt. For sals InKuha
& to. , loth and Dotiu'lus § 13. , nnu Ulh and ( Jura.
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to John 0. Jacobs. )
Undertakers and Embalmers
At the old ( ttand , UJ7 Korilnm 8t. Orders by
telegraph bollcltwl and promptlyattended. .
Telephone to No. ! .
Th Burlington takes the Itad.
It was in advance of all lines in developing Nebraska.
It was in advance of all lines in establishing dining-car
service between Missouri river points and Chicago.
It was in advance of all lines in giving the people of
Omaha and the West a fast mail service.
It was in advance of all lines in running its trains from
the East into Omaha proper.
It was in advance of all lines In reducing the time of
passenger trains between Omaha and Chicago.
It was in advance * and Is the only line by which you can
feave Omaha in the morning and arrive in Denver th
vening of the same day.
It has been progressive in the past.
It will lead in the future.
Travel and ship via the Burlington.
Ticket Office. 1223 Farnam Street. Telephone 250.
Depot on Tenth Street *
Itdfant , Dublin nml Liverpool
From New York Every Tuesdav ,
Cabin passage M" > nnd & 0. ncRordlm ; to location
ot stiito room. Kxctirslon | 4 > to $ ' * ) .
Steerage to nnd front Kuropo at Lowest Hntes ,
AUST1X IIAUMVIN Ic CO. . Oen'l ABent .
Kl llrondwiij' , Now York.
JOHN 11I.KOKN , Oen'l Western Aeent ,
Reduced Cabin Htttes to Glasjrow Ex
QOIiD MEDAI , PAEI8,1878.
Warranted nlnoliilcli/ pure
C'otoa , from whlrli the OXCCM ot
Oil li&i been removed. Hli.nMrM
llmti ita itreny/h of COCM mlxod
with Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
and U therefore far more economical
caleosltnj ten HIM one cent 0
tap. It It dtllclon * . nnurl liln- | ,
trcngthenlng , illy UlgetUnl , and
admirably adapted for Invalid * u
well u for [ x-notii jnlic lth.
Sold by ( ifOf f Ttrywh r .
W , BAKER & CO , Dmtester. Mass ,
r.OUATIO.V-23 miles north of Chicago.
JMOUi/J'Y-'A Kull Corp * of ICip.rlenceJ In.
mJiei-lliiri.lJM-Flve Courc of Rturtf.
* A < ! II.ITIKH uninrpameit for Instruction ,
Health. Homo Comfort. , and Chrlitlan Influence * .
Jin. ) . II. I' . I AVIIINO.V. Hiipt. lllgkluml
Curb , III. Henrt lor Cataloxue.
South WIlllamHtown. Ilerkuhlro count/ .
Main. A private cho l for boyx. Prepuro for
college , nclentlllc Kchool or outlines * . I'orty-aev-
onth year begins Thursday , September lath ,
For catalogue address QKO. K. MIf.r.8 ,
Bettie Stuart Institute f
Will commence Its 21st year September 12th , 18S8.
AdvantaKuH unsurpnssod. Home Comfort * ;
careful training. Apply to JIM. > 1. ilcKun
HOMEH , Prlncljml.
THR Pl.RK8Kir.T < MIMTARV ACAfinMY
Peekgklll-on-HndsOn : N. Y. Bend forcata-
loftie. JNO. M.TIUI1.N. it. I ) . , M. A. , Principal.
ST. JOHN'S MIUTAUY BCIIOOIi ,
JIANMUH. N. y.
Civil 1'ngineerlng , Classics , Iu ) lnog ,
HT. HEV. . Ii. m'N'f INUTON , President ,
la. Cou W. VI51UIECK. 8up rlut nduilt.
UNION COLLEGE OF LAW ,
"For circular * address H , UOOTH , Chicaeo.lll ,
GOr.D VEX OIVEN AWAY. Particular * fr
"WKKKLV llOMKgTicAl' Omaha N b.
U. B. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , MEB.
Paid Up Capital . $400,000
Surplus . 60,000
II. W. YATES. 1'resldent.
LnwiH H. llKKi ) , Vice Prnsldent.
A. 15. TOOZALIN , 2nd Vlre 1'resldont.
w. ii. B. HuortEs , Oushler.
jy . V. Mons * . JOHN S. COLMNS ,
II.V. . YATKS. LKWIS 8. HEKO ,
. , , . , A. K. TotrstAUK.
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner 12th and Fnrnam Sts.
AOeneriil Jlauking Uuslue * Transacted.
> em rtoll. for powerful g-frap * .
thetle tone , pliable action and ag
omt aurablilty. j y arV record !
tb best nnar.nte ot th. xc3
tenc. of tnev. Imtrumenta. '
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