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TlllU U31AJL-1A UAJLJLY BEE : TQIUHS.DAY , NOVEMBER (5 ( , 1890.
Omaha nml C'ounoll IlHiffs pnttorn
makers will moot Thursday evening at
8 o'clock nt lillU Douglas Btrcot.
The twcnty-Hrst nnntinl ball of the
Duninl cnglno and hose company will
lo ) given ul Exposition hull Friday even
ing , November 1 1.
Chief Crnmcr of the railway mntl ? or-
vlco loft for the IJluolc Hills yostcrtlny ,
whore ho will assist In the starting of
eotno now mull routes running Into
The committee appointed by the dis
trict court to prepare anil report resolu
tions In respect to the memory of Justice
Miller will make their report ut the
opening of court Saturday morning , No-
" .IIIHI us Good , "
Say some dealers who try to sell a substitute
preparation when a customer c.ills for Hood's
Barsapnrilla. Do not allow any such false
ttutcmcnts as this induce you to buv what
you do not want. Hcmcmber ttml Uieonly
reason for making it is tbata few cents inoro
prolltwlll bo innilo on the substitute. Insist
upon having tbo best medicine Hood's Sar-
luimiilla. It Is peculiar to itself.
( "oil nly Court Cnsri.
Judge Shields called the docket for the
November term of tbo county court yesterday
morning. It contained 103 cases. The following -
lowing entries wore made :
Fleischer vs Blazer , dismissed at plaintiff's
cost ; Aycrst & Taflinder vs Kichnrd K.Stone ,
dismissed at iilnlntlft's costs ; E. C. L.
Ilawcs Company vs .T. C. Wllcox , have to fllo
Bccurlty in tlireo days , and thirteen ilnysto
answer : William F. VMgo vs T. F. Mulli
gan , Judgment for plaintiff , fc'iOT.M ) ; Omaha
rubber company vs M. U. Vnrnoy , default ;
Mldilletou plato company vs IX W. VanCott ,
ten days to answer ; It. Wallace & bens man
ufacturing cnmpany vs N. J. Kdliolm ct al. ,
im.r > rfori > lalntlir ; William I' . Senicketai
vs M J. Kduolm , $ ms.- > for plaintiff ; Ameri
can papcrcomjiany vs Western printing com
pany , 1(18.81 ( for plalatiff ; John A Johnson
vs Charles T. , . Wright ctal. , leave to Mlo an
swer by 15th ; S. W. Hoist vs Charles
I ) . KriiKu , j.93 ! forplalntllt ; Sorcn
T. 1'aterson vs 1 . Justlnscn , $ J i.ll
for .plnintllT ; Star Union Lumber Co. , vs
Myron IX Carrot al , default ; Mills & Everett
vs. 0. Hossu ft Co. II vo days to answer ;
Mollni ) Mlllnmi , t Stoddard vs. Don Carlos
Lumber Co. et al default ; Deere , Wells & Co.
vs. Gustavo ICocssnrr , default ; John Clay Jr.
ot al vs. John HuclUiolilcr.fJII.'J'JforplttinlllT ;
John Hush vs. James S. Ucmpsey , fWKBO for
plaintiff ; Joseph L. Wolsliam vs. Sidney
Smith , fcHJ.M ! ) for plalntift ; Oliucr U. Jeffries
vs. Si. C. Nichols et al , $7i .fll ; Annlo Cuu-
nlnglium , I' . McKnory. J.50. ! S for plaintiff.
SKY ROCKKTS.UOMAN CANDLES ,
RED FIRE , ETC. , AT MAX MKVEU
rho only railroad train out of Omaha
run expressly for the accommodation of
Omaha , Council LJluffs , Dos Moines and
Chicago business is the Rock Island vcs-
tibulod limited , leaving Omaha at 4:16 :
p. ni. dally. Ticket ofllco , 1C02 Sixteenth
and Farnum sts. , Omaha.
Private Campbell , company C , Seventeenth
Infantry , Fort 1) . A. KusscllVyo. . , has bceu
granted a furlough for four months.
Sergeant McKay , troop C , Ninth cavalry ,
DII duty at Fort Wswhaluo , with troop U , has
been transferred to troop G , and ordeied to
Privates Council and Sattcs of the Second
infantry , stationed at Fort Omaha , bavo at > -
piled to bo placed on the retired list , having
served over tbiity years.
Piivato Sullivan , company H , Sixteenth
infantry , Foil Douglas , Utah , has been
granted a furlough for four months , ultli per
mission to go boj end the limits of the di
The following marriage licenses were Is-
lucd by Jadgo Shields yesterday :
Name and address. Ago.
I William II. Thomas , Omaha . ! C
I I'ltlo Snocd. Uniulia . S4
Jacob Mnldfllluh. Oniaba . 22
Kntlo I'rcnoli , Omalin , . 19
J flcorRO II. Onvn , Omaha . 22
I Minnie 0. Uairuo , Omaha . 1U
I John t ) . MuD.inlcl , Omaha . ! ! : >
I Lucy Il.illaiitlno , Omaha . 'JO
I ( > . W. Mlllor. South Oumli.i . 27
I Marie i ; . MoDoimuiili , South Omaha . ' 'C
Tlio New Viaduct.
The hist of the main girders of the Tenth
trcct vi.uluctwcro lifted into position yes
terday , making tbo lingo iron bridge com
plete , so far as tbo supporting frame worlc is
concerned , from the abutment nt Mason
street to the abutment at Jackson street ,
Only a few sections of the cahlo conduit remain
main to bo put in and then the iron wort
will bo complete. Work upon putting down
tlio cypress cobble blocks has also been begut
at the south end , and tbo floor Is laid neatly
bnlfway to Jackson street.
A X\0 VMCIiJIKJi T9.
The "scat sale for Fay Tcmploton's appen r
ftnce. In conjunction with the famous Russell's
comedians nt Boyd's commences tomorrow
morning. The engagement is for Friday anil
Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee ,
nnd as the dashing nrtlsto Fay Tcmuloton
has not been seen liero for years and th <
supporting company is one of the strongest h ;
the country and the play "Miss McGlnty , "
thoroughly new , original and described as
being excrueiatmi'ly funny , an enormous
nudlcuco should witness the ilrat presenta
The announcement that Mr. Charles Iloyt's
latest production is n complete departure
from tlio broad , slap-bang style of entertain
meat for laughing purposes'only , which ha <
inado him famous , will undoubtedly attract
all amusement goers to Uoyd's opera hoim
next Sunday evening to witness his lates
effort , and unanimously pronounced as his
greatest sur-oess , "A Midnight Bell , " whlcli
had a rim in Now York of llvo months.
An amusing instance of southern per
Eovoranco under dilllouUlos recently
como to our oars , says a New York lotto
to tbo Now Orleans Times. A youiif
Indy from Louisiana had hoard much o
Mrs. Leslie Carter's beauty , and fcurfu
that she would not sco tliu now star ii
the south , the enterprising girl mad
friend * with n habitue of tbo Ladies
Athletic club , which adjoins tin
Berkeley Lyceum , where Mrs. Carter i
rehearsing und coaxed tbo latter to lint
out if there was any secret communion
tion between tbo buildings. Curloslt
found a way , but a very small one , anl
the girls crawled through it and ol
talnod an entrance to the Berkeley wliil
rehearsal was on. Miss Kntoto ( thl
isn't her real name ) enjoyed the break
Ing in more tlmn she did the rehearsal
She snya Mrs. Carter is being coachci
by Bolnsco even to the least inflection c
her volco. Tlio admirable points abou
her are her blonde hair nnd her dress
ing. She wore a neglige one of thos
famous negliges of shimmering hlu
which fitted her form like n mold. Th
two girls stayed through about half a
hour of "Did I say that right Mi
BolnseoV" nnd "Is
that the ivny you war
rae to do It ? " with which Mrs. Carte
Intorlnrdcd the dialogue of the play an
then crowded back to the athletic room
nud washed the dust off their hands.
Vaseline for Lather.
To slmvo easily and painlessly is io us
oil or gronso Iiibtoad of soap to propai
the chin nnd eofteimho bcord. Vuselii
IB tbo most convenient , and It should 1
rubbed in quite freely. Then , with
keen razor , shaving can bo done quick !
nnd without n suspicion of pain. Soap
really unnoccbsury , nnd shaving wll
oil or vaseline Is cleaner , us well i
Jiloasantor , and , what la more to tl
point , there is uo Irritation whatever
Blorno's I'rnpory Department.
Wo hnvo fitted our now drapery de
partment with every dcslrahlo fabric for
doing the best of modern window nnd
parlor drapery worlc.
rmOC'ATELLES , SPUN SILK.
SATIN DAMASK , MOHAIR DAM
ASKS , flax vcbours , titan vobours , etc.
Wo furnish Bpcclnl designs totally un
like nnyti.lng over dotio in the city nnd
are convinced that you will bo well re
paid for asking us to submit you
SKETCHES AND 1MHCES
of drapery work. Wo are making very
low prices on
\VINDOW SHADES ,
and warrant ovcry slmdo wo hang to bo
perfect and fit in every way.
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
The suits nnd pattern dresses In our
custom dressmaking department are on
exhibition. Wo are daily making num
bers of now customers for this depart
ment. Our fitter is by far tbo best in
the west. Wo know of none in Now
York or Chicago that can equal her for
style or perfection of fit.
It is not nn experiment with us. Wo
guarantee a stylish costume and first
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO. ,
Custom dressmaking department.
BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
A lot of boys' knee pants purchased
ut about half price recently in New
York. These pants nro made from the
remnants of cloth loft over from cutting
fine bulls and are VERY , VERY
j3oys' knee pants 60e , worth 75c.
Boys' knco pants Cic ) , worth $1.
Boys' knco pants S9c , worth $1.25.
Boys' knee pants SI , worth SI.50.
Boys' overcoats $1.1)0 ) , worth $3.50.
Boys' overcoats $2.60 , worth $5.
Boys' suits Sl.flO , worth $3.
Boys' suits $2.00 , worth $1.50.
Tills department is on the main floor ,
Fnrnam street wing.
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
Men's furnishing and boys' clothing
department open until 0 tonight ; wo
have some special bargains.
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Men's natural gray undershirts , 7Cc.
Mcn'fe heavy all wool undershirts , 'Joe.
Men's natural gray all wool under
shirts , S1.2o.
Men's fine seamless sox , loc ,
Men's unlaundried shirts , 50c.
Men's night shirts , 75c. '
Men's super British sox , 2-5c.
Men's heavy gloves , sox , suspenders.
Boys' clothing is in the same wing and
on tlio same door as the men's furnish
ings , and we offer a special lot of BOYS' '
OVERCOATS AT $2.75 , worth fully $4
each ; wo have also a lot of BOYS' '
SUITS AT $2.90 worth $5 ; wo have also
a lot of SCOTCH CAPS SOc , for men or
MEN'S ' AND BOYS'
TilE MOFvSE DRY GOODS CO. ,
10th and Fnrnam Sts.
In the CoiirlH.
It was 10 o'clock when district court opened
yesterday morning und.ovcn then the members
of tbo bar could not refrain from continuing
th Jsplrltort discussion of election results , in
an unusually loud whisper which for ouco
the baUIfTs overlooked to an extent.
After having heard a number of motions
the various judges proceeded to their rooms.
There they called almost in vain down the
day's calendar seeking to llnd eases the
lawyers in which were present.
Judge Hopewell finally took up the case of
the Fremont Huttor company vs. S 'brooder ,
wherein plaintiff nslts ,100 for alleged im
proper packing of a shipment of eggs.
When the case of John Cherrctt , charged
with burglary , was called the defendant was
not forthcoming. Judge Clarkson ordered
that the bond was forfeited nnd instructed
the commencement of proceedings to collect
hamo , which is for $000 , with John and James
Dougherty of South Omaha as sureties.
The ttco'a lOluctton Komrns.
The count of Tuesday's election has been
unusually slow , as previously stated. Tills
could not have been avoided. The Western
Union telegraph company has done and is
doing everything In its power to facilitate
the transmission of Tun Br.n's reports from
all sections of the state. The service that
company has rendered this paper during the
election has never been equalled in this city
or state. Four lirst , elass operators wcro de
tailed to work the wires leading to Tun BBI :
telegraph looms and these men withstood and
subdued a perfect cyclone of news reports
for Tun Hue. Everything asked of manager
Umstcd was promptly and cheerfully pro
vided. Ho knows what kind of service o
newspaper must have and ho also knows his
A Cnlcr'BVoaUncsi. .
All old Indian , giving his name as Quash'
Pa-Me , and who says he is chief of the Sac
tribe , was brought in from Iowa and
locked up at the county Jail on the charge ol
perjury. After being put into Jail togs ol
Jeans QuasU-Pn-Mo looked anything but c
chief of nobloicdmen. The poor old follow
scorned to feel the humiliation of bis sur.
roundlngs very kecirly , and cither couldn't 01
wouldn't talk. Ho was brought in by a dep-
utv United States marshal.
Hon. Frank Colton of Washington , D. C. ,
Is in the city and paid a visit to Tin : BKE ,
Mr. Colton was the first general passengei
agent of the Union Pacitlo railway , and 1 ;
well known to the old residents of this city ,
having lived hero many years ago. Mr. Col
ton held the onlco of consul to Venice durltif
Abraham Lincoln's administration , ana ha ;
traveled extensively In Europe. Ho Is now
permanently located iu Washington City. D ,
C. . and owns considerable property In Omaha
ADVKNTUJtCS OP T\VO lUUDKS.
Hoiinrntotl friiin 'Iholr Iliilitilcs by n
Nauulily ICIovutoil Train.
A breezy llttlo incldont on Sixth
nvamio last wcuk runilshcd amusing
jiroof that there are notno Btrniifrors In
town to whom the olovutod ralh-oiul Is
still a novelty , euys the Now York Sun.
It wis a double brldul party , evidently
working' ulT extra cash nnd sentiment
by a visit to Ko\v York. By the help of
civil pas ongord they Hucoobdoil In pass-
hip slops , ticket oIllL'o and chopper out
to the platform in peed order.
There a thousand things en-
paced the two brides' attention ,
and In ulcasod auriirlso they ran plddlly
hither and yon , imUtTurcnt to tlio approaching
preaching train. On f ho came , slowed
up , ( , 'iites wore Hunt , ' open , and with a
shut1 ] ) hello to their partners the gentle
men in truly independent country
fashion slopped briskly aboard , expecting -
ing the Indies to follow. 13ut the ladles
had seen no necessity to hurry them
selves , so with a clatter and ban ; , ' ofT the
cars started , leaving the trim Dldos
behind. Then a most painful sccnn was
enacted. The frantic husbauds btriij-
glcd to stop the locomotive , jump over
board , nnd yell out consolation and di
rections to tliolr walling wives , much to
tlio diversion of hard-hearted citizens
crowding the platform. The train , however -
over , whisked round a ctirvo and the
concentrated passion of the week old
bridegroom ; * had no power to reverse
the course of prosaic elevated coaches.
At llrst the deserted females refused
to bo soothed. They wept and wrung'
their hands , requiring the combined
efforts of the olllclals to still their worst
fears. When the choppers assured them
it was all right about the tickets and
they might board the next train , tboy
refused to mcddlo further with such a
sudden sort of a machine , and inquired
the way to tlio street. In marked con
trast to the gay , insouciant manner of
their entrance ten minutes previous , the
brides turned down the iron stops , and
taking linn but fearful positions at the
foot , awaited the runaways return. One
curious lounger followed the incident to
the end : saw the husbands arrive pantIng -
Ing and perspiring , the wives fall in
their arms , and watched the quartet ,
after kisses and explanation , walk off
safe and happy again.
S. A. Orchard.
Carpet , furniture and drapory.
Until Tul > .
The porcelain lined bath tubs nro the
best , for there are no cracks or rough
places for the lodgment of micro-organ
isms. Every tub , however , should bo
scalded out every time it is used. Heat
is the best disinfectant in the world , and
the frequent use of hot water for rinsing
out tubs is an absolute preventive for
nil possible contaminations. This is the
crroat objection to public bath houses.
IS'ot enough care is taken of the tubs ,
and poreons with skin diseases bathe in
any tub , indiscriminately.
HAVE YOU SEEN . IT ?
Wo refer to the full and
comprehensive treatise on the
Blood and skip
Whether you are sick or well ,
every homo should have a copy.
//3W/ are well ,
It tells you how to keep RO.
1J you are sick ,
it tells you how to regain your health.
This valuable pamphlet will bo mail
ed frco to applicants.
Tin : SWIFI SPECIFIC Co. ,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE ,
THE OllKAT t . H
Impotoncjr , and
all ilhensc ? tint
follow i 88-
quence ot Holf-
nbiue ; IM 1,093
Pain In the Back , Ulmneas of Vision , rromntnro Olfl
Age , nnd munj oilier diseases Hint lead to Insanity
or coniuraptlon nd n premature crnve.
I W Full particulars In our pamphlet , nhleh wo do-
Urn to > end frto by mall to every ona. llfTho Spe-
tlflo Medicine Is sold nt (1 per package , or MX pack
ages for $5 , or will bo sent free by mail on receipt ol
the money , by addressing
THE GOODMAN DRUG CO. ,
1110 FAKNAJI STKHET , OMAHA , NUB.
Onnocount of counterfeits wo Uato adopted tbi
Ttllaw wrapper , the only ueuuln * . .
Tiitf c Pj
I ULl w I I
Theclyicptlrtlic < lct > mtntc < l.uliot ti
er rroni em.ce s of ivurk of iiilutl Ol
body , UrluU or oxi > o < iiiro In
Malarial Regions ?
wiliriiiilTiiU'H I'llls tlie most gcninl
roHloralUo VTCroffcrvd tlivNiifrc'rliig
Try Them Fairly
A \lKoronnboily , nn roblouil. NlrouB
nor\cnuiul ucliuorful in liul111 remit.
C. L. Erioson , Local Agt , 200 N. 10th SI
Medal and Smi'd Iidilub
Corner Oth and Harnoy Streets , Omaha.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALL
Chronic Diseases and Deformities.
DR. A. T. MCLAUGHLIN , President
Founded by Dr. J. W. MoMenamy.
DR. BAILEY ,
A 1'ull Sot of Tootl
on Hulihor , fur
rivu loiins. .
A perfect fit guaranteed. Tooth oxtriotc
wltlioutnaln or Uiimror , mid.wltlout . uunci
thetles. Gold nnit silver Illllng * nt lowcs
rules. IlrlUgo nna Orawn Work. TectU will
outplntes. All work vrurraiitod.
OFFICE PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAK
Entrance , 16tU street elevator Ojga ovci
nss uuttl 8 o'clock ,
Many dlergymen ,
Ajrr's Cherry lloetiiinl. It l ilio favorllo
remedy lor liuaratiitss mid nil affections ol
tlie vocal orgaiuj throat , mid lung'j. As an
nnoilyiio ami uxeectuiunt , tlio carets o (
tills preparation nrirproinptly icallzcil.
"A > cr's Chorrp 1'ectoral liiisdonu mo great
cooil. It U a splomllil remedy for all dls-
casct of the throat and IUIIRS , nnd I hmo
much pleasure livtvitltylnctulti nicrlts.-
( llcv. ) C. X. NldiWs , No , Tlshiiry , Jlass.
"In my profession of an anclloticci , any
affection of tlio voice or throat Is n seilom
nultcr , litit , at each attack , I have been re.
llcu-d l > y : v few doses of Ajer's Cliony
rectum ) . Tins remedy , with ordinary cnie ,
lias worked such : v magical effect that I ha > o
suffuicd tury llttlo iiicomeiili > ricc. I hnvo
nho used It In my family , \\llh very excellent -
lent remits , In coughs , colds , &c. " Wm. II.
Quartlj , Mlnlaton.So. Australia.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ,
DR. J. 0. AYEH & CO , , Lowell , Mnss.
HulJ by all Urut'gl.U. 1'rlce $1 i eli botllcB , $5.
SEATS ARl-XOu OX SALH.
For the Appearance of the Brilliant Artiste ,
AND TUB FAMOUS
Russell's ' ComBdians
ANM ) TUB rAHUC.M , PUIIOU OK Till : KHA ,
or Tin : COMIIWK ritAN-CA.isi : .
XilUlK anil Mutliipo. I'rilllV Yftv "
2 i'lb'IlJ ' Commencing HlUdrtU\ , . /
Th NIGHTS ONLY
rrlilny nnd Satiirtlar , Novcinbcr'tli niiUBth ,
F1HST JOINT Al'l'KAHANCK
OP OUR OWN
John T. ILL ! U&I.
Illustrated by 1'rof llorrmnnn niiclfro ! W Toclcr-
ern MnKiilllcentroMI'AM urCO.MKOIANS
NotKitlumnlni : thn unusual croolliMico of Ilili
spocln ! onKiiRciuent. the prices will be Iti'iorred
Beats 2"c , .IJu , Me llox aunt. ' , "Souucl SI. Dux tlicct
Jhc Grand "wo NIGHTS ONLY
Sunday anil Monday,1'ovcmbcr 9 and 10.
HIccA , Dlxpy'n rirnnd Production of tlio Chinese anil
Kiik'11" ] ' < - < milcOi > i'ra , untltludthu
Pearl of Pekin
All the Original Scencryl
All the OrlRinal Costiimos !
All the Original Music !
And In fact n mngnlflrcnt production ty n supcib
rompnn ) * .
I'rlcci : tl 00 , Too , Koaudlioc. llpx slicctorcu Sat
urday nt 9u. m
Mastei'piece and Crowning Effort
THIJ OllKilNAIi CJHl'AT CAST
A CAHI.OAI ) OK Ui\MSTIC : SPHNKHV
Sonti wilt bo put ou talu tatuulay
Will Lawlor , Manasor. Corner Jtth and I'm-
naiii irools , Oniuliu.
WKK1C OK NOV. drl.
Hoynl YeddoJnpnncst- JIOOOO Importation of
Itoyiil .Taiianeve A rtlsU. MOMS. Miinsulln , Iliu Krcat-
ntt Arlul Artist of the inoilern tlmi" > . Couploilvllh
thebost Iron poof vocallxts , Coim'iliain , imd .Icatcn
nn tlio American Slugc ONI : Dl.Ml ) AU.Mll'i TO A I.I.
"The goods which
please are already
half sold. "
PinB O'liBrcoats ,
Come early and
take your choice
from the full assort
ment now offered.
A STARTER :
We will show you this season some bargains in overcoats that will make your eyes open In astoa
islinicnt , We have given you many baigains bcforc-you know that-but tliose we offer you now will
beat them all. 'We have made a deal with a first class manufacturer , one who make ? nothing but
overcoats , for his entire stock , about 5000 garments. He was overloaded and had to sell. We are"ablo
to offer these goods atess than they cost io manufacture.
As a starter we offer today the following three lots :
No. 1 , All wool wide wale heavy cassiincrc overcoats , blue and black color , lined with good serga
well trimmed , at $6. This price would not pay for the cloth alone in that garment.
No. 2 , An excellent blue chinchilla oveacoar , corded edge , lined with fine plaid cassiincrc , only $7.50 ,
The coat is worth $12. $
No. 3. A laroe ; lot of very fine kersey ? , fashionable shades , hound with double war ] ) Farmer's satin ,
lap seams and handsomely gotten up , These we offer at $8. The regular retail price of such a garment
There arc more bargains than these , It would take a big space in the paper to mention them all.
The fine grades are as choice garments as were ever shown ready made and in fact many of the over
coats are in point of material , make and fit equal to custom tailor work ,
Our stock includes a large line of Boys' and Childrens' Overcoats of serviceable material
desirable patterns and tasty designs. Although the goods were made up for fine retail trade , wa
arc able to offer them at such figures that they arc within the reach of everyone. Not often dp.
you get an opportunity to purchase such garments at the low figures we offer them this week *
When you remember that these goods arc offered by a reliable and substantial house , who
guarantee the exact truthfulness of every word they advertise and whose dealings with tlie pub
ic have gained for them the reputation ol reliability , you can appreciate the value of the o
Open until 8 p. m. Saturday , 10 p. m.
Corner 14th and Douglas Streets.
WOONSOCKET & RHODE ISLAND
We carry the BIG STOCK of the west , quote Eastern prices and
500 miles nearer you than any other market. Correspondence
Try our Leather Soled Rubber Boots.
THE GREAT DEEP-WATER SEA
PORT for WESTERN AMERICA.
The large num tier of ocean steamers constantly loading at
rhe wharfs ; bank clearings averaging $7OOOOOO to$9OOOOOO
a "week ; over $6OOOOOO granted by the government for harbor
improvements , all show the gigantic strides she is making to
The city is on the east point of the island , and must grow
westward , a glance at the map shows beyond a shadow of doubt
that it cannot grow in any other direction , but directly over
THE DENVER RE-SURVEY.
This is the only unoccupied residence property within the
city limits ; is strictly choice ; has an electric car track through
the property ; the owners are grading streetsbuilding new houses
and taking proper steps to make it the cream of Galveston prop
Where else can you find a place forced by natural barriers
to grow over one particular property as in this case.
Prices $1OOOO a block , of 24 lots , 2Sxl2O feet ; or $60O
each for corners , andBOO each forinsicle lots. Terms , one fourth
cash , balance easy at 6 per cent interest. For further particu
lars , apply to
L : JB > WATSON ; } Ma ers' Galveston , Texas.
NO OUR.EU NO
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. *
Pcvenlren jeiri' experience. A rccular emdunteln racdlclno , as diplomat iihoir It itllloUtrlnj irlth
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"HOW D'E ' DO ? "
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unit full of " / ' . Olhfi-H nillurlnjt Jrom MIJII - .
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WnLors and Oils a Bpoolaltu
1112 DODGE STREtT , OMAHA , NEB ,
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A POSITIVE ind permanent CURE lor all
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