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010 r-arnhfttn , bet , Oth and 10th Ctreets.
One copy 1 year , ID advance ( postpaid ) , , , „ . $ 10.M
months " 6.0
months " " . . . 3.00
IXXJTO Omaha No. 2 through pawcngor , 11
. in. No. 4 , Oakland pawcnKcr , k'Mn. : in ,
Arrlxo Omaha No. 1 , throuxh | < o89cngcr , 2:60 :
m. No , 3 , Oakland jussengcr , 6:30 : p. in.
0. , II. & 0. 6 n. m , 3:10 : p. m.
O. & N. W. . 0 n. in. 3:40 : p. m.
C. , II. I. & P. , 6 a. m. 3:40 : p. m.
K. C. . St. J. & 0. II. , leMCS at 8 a. m. and 6:30 :
p. m. Arrives at St , Louis tvt 0:30 : a. in. and 5:52 :
j > . tn.
B. & M. In Nch. , Through Etprcss , 8:86 : a. m.
IJ. ft M. Lincoln Freight , 7:00 : p. m.
U P Exprtsa , 12:16 : p. in.
O. & R , V. for liiiioln , 10:20 : n. ro.
O. A 11. V. ( or Oicoola , 0:40 : o. m.
U. P. f rcUht No. 6 , tSO : a. m.
U. I1 , freight No. 0 , 8:16 : a. m.
U. P. freight No. 7 , 6:10 : p. in. emigrant ,
U. P. freight No. 11 8:25 : p. m ,
0. B. & o. , 6:00 : ix. m. 7:26 : p m.
C. & N. W. , 0:45 : a. m. 7:25 : p. m.
C. R. L & P. . 0:46 : n. m. 0:05 : p. m.
K. O. , St. Joe & 0 B. , 7:40 : a. iu. 0:46 : p. m.
W , , St , L. & P. , leaves at 8 a. tn. and 3:40 : p.
01. Arrives at St. Louts nt 6:40 : a. in. and 7:30 :
p. m ,
O , & H. V. from Lincoln 12:1S : p. m.
U. P. Kxprens 3:2,1 p. in.
B & M.ln Nob. , Through Express 1:16 : p , tn.
It. A M. Lincoln Freight b:36 : a tif.
U. P. Freight No. 10-1:40 : p. m.
No. C 4:25 : p. m. Emigrant.
No. 8 10:60 : p. m.
No 12 11:56 : ft. m.
O. & R. V , mixed , ar. 4:36 : p. m ,
Nebraska Division of tne HI. Paul ft Sioux City
No. 2 leaves Omatui 8:30 : a. m.
No. 4 Ica\cs Omnlall.ilO p. in
Ko. 1 arrives at Outhaat 6:30 : p. m.
No. 3 arrives at Omaha at 10:60 : a. m.
COUNCIL minrrs.
Leave Omaha at 8:00 : , 0:00 : and 11:00 : a. m. ;
1:00 : 2:00 : , 3.00 , 4:00 : , 6:00 : and 6:00 : p. m.
Leave Council Bluffs at 8:26 : , 0:25 : , 11:26 a. tn. ;
1:26 : , 2:25 : , 3:25 : , 4:25 : 6:26 and ( J:25 : p. m.
Sundays The dummy leaves Omaha at 0:00 :
and 11:00 : a. m. ; 2:00 : , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. m. Lcaes
Council Bluffs at 8:25 : and 11:26 a. m. ; 2:26 : , 4:26 :
* nd 6:26 : p. in. _ _
Opening and Closing of Malls.
ROUTR. oriEN. OL08R.
a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m.
Ohlcago&N. W . 11.00 0:30 : 4:30 : 2:40 :
Chicago , K I. & Pactflc.lllOO 0:00 : 4:30 : 2:40 :
Chicago , B. &o . lloo : 0:00 : 4:30 : 2:40 :
WaboSh. . .T . 12:30 : 4:30 : 2:40 :
Sioux City and Pacific. . 11:00 : 4:30 :
Union Pacific . 6:00 : 11:40 :
Omaha & IU V . 4.00 11:40 :
D. &M. InNcl . 4:00 : 8:40 : 6:80 :
Omaha & Northwestern , 4:30 : 7:30 :
Local malls for State of Iowa leave but once a
d y , viz : 4:30 : a. m.
A Lincoln Mall is alee opened at 10:30 : a. m.
Office open Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
Business Directory.
Abstract and Real tttate.
JOHN L. HcCAGUE , opposite Post Offlco.
W. K. BAIITLETT 817 South 13th Street
Architect * .
Room Crelghton Block.
A. T. LARGE Jr. , Room 2. Cieiehton ; Block.
_ Ooots and Shoes.
Flno Boats and Shoes. A good assortment of
borne work on hand , corner 12th and Harney.
THOS. ERICKSON , S. E. cor. 10th and DougUs.
60510th street , manufactures to order good work
at fair prices. Repairing done.
Bed Spring * .
J. F. LARRIlIER'Manufacturor. 1617 Dowlas st.
- * 'Books , New * and Stationery.
J. I. FRUEHAUF 101B Farnham Street.
Butter and Egg * .
McSHANE & SCHROEDER , the oldest B. and E.
bousa In Nebraska established 1876 Omaha.
onthwest corner lOthand Dodge.
Boat Board for the Money.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
"Heals at all Hours.
Board by the Day , Week or Month.
Good Terms for Cash.
Furnished Hnmns Supplied.
UarriaRe * and Road Wagons.
WM SNYDER , 14th and Harney Streets.
Uewe era ,
JOHN BAUUER 1314 Farnham Street.
Junk ,
n. BERTHOLD , Rags and Metal.
Lumber , Lime and Cement.
FOSTER & GRAY corner tith and Douglas Sts.
Lamps and alaisware.
J. BONNER 1309 Douglaa St. Good Variety.
Merchant Tailor * .
One of our most popular Merchant Tailors Is re
ceiving the latest designs for Spring and Summer
Goods for gentlemen a wear. Stylish , durable ,
and prices low,03 ever 21613th bet. Doug.&Farn.
MRS. 0. A. RINGER , Wholesale and Retail , Fancy -
cy Goods In great variety , Zephyrs , Card Boards ,
Hosiery , Gloves , Corsets , &c. Cheapest House in
the West. Purchasers save 30 per cent. Order
bv Mail. 116 Fifteenth Street.
JOHN WEARNE & SONS , cor. Hth& Jaiksonets
Hour and Feed.
OMAHA CITY MILLS , 6th and Farnbsm Sts. ,
Welshans Hros. , proprietors.
Urocer * .
Z. STEVENS , 21st between Curalng and I r
T. A. McSHANE , Corn. 23d and Cumlng Streets.
Hardwaie , Iron and Steel.
OLAN & LANGWORTHY , Wholesale , 110 anc1
112 16th street
A. HOLMES corner Iflth and California.
Harness , Baddies , &c.
B. WEIST 2013th St. bet Karn-4 Harnev.
Hotel * .
ANFIELD HOUSEGoo. Candcld.Oth & Famine )
PORAN HOUSE , P. II. Cary , 013 Farnham Kt.
SLAVEN'S IIOTEL F. Slaven , 10th St.
tSontheni Hotel , Pus. Hamel 9th & Leavcmvortb ,
Iron Fencing.
The Western Cornlco Works , Agents fnr the
Champion Iron Fence &c. , hate on hand all kind *
of Fancy Iron Fences , Crostlngt , Flneals , Ralllnga
etc1810 Dodge streo. apn
Clothing Bought.
O JHAW will ray highest Cosh price for second
hand clothing. Corner 10t' and x'arnham.
Dentist * .
K. PAUL , Williams' Clock , Cor. 16th & Dodge.
, Drug * , Paint * and Oils.
Kuim & co.
Pharmacists , Fine * ano Goods , Cor , 16th Mid
Dowtli * ktrccta
W. J. WHITEHOUfK , Wbolcjalo & Retail , 16th Bt ,
1.0. FIELD , 2022 Worth Sldo Cumlng Street.
. PARR , Drutriflst , 10th and Howard Streets.
Dry Goods Notion * , Etc.
'JOHN n. F , LEllMANN & CO , ,
New York Dry Goods Store , 1810 and 1312 Farn.
him itrtcL
It. 0. Enewold also boots and shoes 7th A Pacific.
A T. OROSS , Now and Second Hand Furniture
nd Stores , UK Doutrla * . Highest cash price
aid for second baoa KOC IS.
BONNER 1309 Dougla st. Flno ( roods ,
* Pawnbroker * .
BOBENFELD , 10th St. , bet. far. & Car
A. Donahue , pl nt , cut newer , * < Kxl , boqueU
etc. N. W , cor. 16th unJ I > OUI > ! M ( IrecU.
Olvll Engineers find Surveyor * .
ANDRKW noSKVVATKH , Crctfthton Block ,
Town Simeys , Gr J MIJ Sowcr a Syitemi
Uommlitlon MerchAnlt.
JOHN O. Wit , US.IIH Dcxlpo Street.
D It. BEKMBR. For ilcUilla xi.tgo \ ( ulvortlM
mcnt In Dallv and Weekly.
Clfinri nnd Tobacco ,
WEST & FitlTSCIIKR. manufacturers ol
* nct Whole ftlo Dealers In TOIXXCCOJ , 1TO5 .
W. V. LOUKNZKN tnMiuftcturer 611 10th street.
Oornlca Works.
Wontcm Cornlco Works. MMuifocturera Iron
Cornlco , Tin , Iron fttul SilMo Uoofllng. Onion
from any locality promptly cu'Ptiteil In the best
manner. Factory uml Otl.co 1310 iKxl o Street.
GahanUcd Iron Uornlccs. Window Caiw , etc. ,
m&iiuhcturctl niul lint up In any rwvri ot the
oountrv. T , 8INHOI.U 410 Thirteenth utreot
Orocl er >
J. BONNEK 1300 DOUJUS ntrcct. Good lino.
Clothing and Furnishing Qoods.
OEO. II. PETKUSON. ANo Hat * , Caps , BooU ,
Shoes , Notions ami Cutlery , 04 8. 10th street.
Fence Works.
OUST , FIUES& CO. , 1213 Hartley St. , Improve-
c l Ice Iloxe % Iron Mid Wood Fences , OtDco
lulling * . Countera of I'lno anil Walnut ,
Retrlgorntors , CanflelcTt Pntent.
0. F. GOODMAN llth St. bot. Farn. A lUmey.
Ohow Oaio Manufactory. !
0. J. WILDE ,
Manufacturer and Bonier in all kinds ol Show
Cases , Upright Coses , A ' . . 1317 CAM St.
FUANK L. GKIUIAI1I ) , proprietor Ointha
Show Case manufactory , 818 South 16th street ,
between Lraen worth and llarcy. All goods
warranted flrst-clwa.
Stove * no Tinware.
Dealer In Stoves and Tinware , and Manufacturer
of Tin Hoofs and all kinds ol Building Work ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
J. DONNEU. 1309 Dotlclos St. Good and Cheap.
J. EVANS , Wholesale and Retail Seed Drills and
Cultivators , Odd Fellows Hall.
Physicians an 1 Surgeons.
W. 8. CHUBS , M. D. , Hoorn No 4 , Crelghton
Block , 16th Street ,
P. H. LEISENU1NO , M. D. Masonic Block.
C. L. HART , M. D. , Kye and Ear , opp. postoffico
Orullnt and Aurlat. S. W 16th and Farnham SU
Grand Central Oallcrr ,
212 Sixteenth Street ,
near Masonic Hall. First-class Work and Prompt
ness puarantecn
Plumbing , Gas and Steam Fitting.
P. W. TA11PY & CO. . S1612th St , bet. Farnham
and Douglas.Voru promptly attended to.
D. FIT/PATRICK. 1409 Douglas Street.
Painting nn Paper anglng.
HEN IIY A. KOSTKRS. Ill Dodge Street.
Shoe Ucores.
Phillip Lang , 1320 Farnham st. bet 18th & th.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS & LEAK. 1416 Douglas St. . New and
Second Hand Furniture. House Furnishing Qoods ,
, bourhtand sold on narrow mar/lns.
In the new brick block on Douglas Street , has
just opened a most elegant BccJ Uall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
1 Caledonia " J FALCONER. 070 16th Street.
OIIAS. KIEWE , 1012 Farnham bet. 10th 4 lltd.
09 Oent Stores.
P. 0. BACKUS. 1206 Farnham St. , Fancy Goods
To Nervous Sufterers
Dr. 3. B. Simpson's Specific
It la a posjtive cure for Spormstoirhea , Semlna
Wookneaa , Impotancy , and all diseases resulting
[ roui Self-Abuse , an Mental Anxiety , Losai
Memory , Pains In the Hack or Side , and diseases
that lead to
Insanity and
early gra\c
The Specific
Medicine Is
being used
with wonder
ful 8UCCe88.
sent tree to all. Write for thum and got full par
ticulars. _ ,
Price , Specific , 11.00 per package , or six pack
ages ( or $5.00. Addresx all orders to
Nos. 104 and 106 Main tit. Buffalo , N. T.
Bold tn Omaha by 0. F. Goodman , J. W. Boll ,
, K lab , and all druggisUovorywIiere.SBdfcwlr
S a e
ILEE & CO. . ith
Sole Manufacturers , OMAHA. fl
GRAHAM PAPER GO. tlsi tlw a1tl
217 and 210 North Main St. , St. Louts , sitl
NEWS , f
a '
Printers Stock.
CTCash ) nld for Ha s and Paper Stock , Sera
Iron and Metals.
Paper Block Warehouses. 1229 to 1237 , North
NetoaskaLand Agency
1605 Farnham Ot. , . . , Omaha , Nebraska
3tOO ,
Onro.ully Bcloctc.1 land In Eastern Nebraska ( or
sale , Great llartralnii In Improsoil farms , and
Omaha city property.
Late Land Cotn'r U. P. H . f
Prof , W , J , Ander's ' Select Danc
ing Academy ,
A. Hope , Jr. Hall , IGID Dodjjo St.
Clu > ( or Kentlemcn commencing Tuesday oen -
if , Oct. 4 , CI&D8 ( or ladles commencing Thura-
dayetcnlnpOct. 0. Terms liberal. The cos
method ! 1 have ( or teaching tha Wiltz , Olldi ,
lit ; . , I can guarantee perfect satlitu.tlon o
ntliolirs , For termi , &c , , call at A. Iloapo , Jr. ,
or addriau lllfl Capitol Avo. elTdlm
019. W. IHUN . A. 0 , CAMr ILL
Attorn eys-at-Law ,
8. W COH.H Til b DOUGLAS 8TS. ,
Jy 21'tf OMAUA ,
Recollection * of Itito on the Frontier -
The sun was just pooping over the
Wahaalch range to llio east and
crowning the peaks of the west range
with n golden hnlo when our stage
coach drawn by six lively mustang * ,
rolled up to the door of the only hotel
in the village of American Fork ,
Utah. Theio weio three of us iu tin
party 1 Alf. Forbes , n well-known
western journalist , who closed his
eyes upon earth at U.Utlo Mountain ,
Nov. , about live yotrs since , "Curl } '
Lane , " traveling correspondent of nn
eastern newspaper , and the wiiter of
this sketch , Jj'or five hours e had
tumbled about in the lumbering coach
on the road down from Salt Lake
City , and when the driver drew nn
steamuu ! steeds , with n loud "whoa !
wo breathed throe distinct fi hs of re
lief the import of which could not be
mistaken. The fat Mormon landlord
came out behind a smile that would
have demoralized thu mercury in a
thermometer , threw open the coach-
door with a business air said :
"Welcome , gentlemen nnd la .
But I perceive that you nro not honor-
cd with the company of ladies. Wel
come , gentlemen , welcome to my
house. Come right in and lake hold
just as if you owned the plaro. Let
mo take your valise , sir. Tony ( to
the driver ) , unstrap the gentleman's
trunks from the boot and I'll help you
tote 'em in. This way gentlemen , if
you please. "
Wo followed him into the olllco of
the hotel , a low , dark room about
twenty feet square , on ono side of
which sat a row of wooden chairs aim
on the other stood a rude counter or
bar , with a lly-enibossed mirror behind -
hind it , nnd beneath the mirror a
shelf containing a row of bottles bearing -
ing the insectal ornamentation. The
landlord placed our valises in ono corf
nor of the "room and then waddled behind -
hind the bar and , in a cheery voice ,
said :
"COME ur , GENTS , "
"Come up and take a little something
to skeer the chills away , " at the same
time placing throe dingy looking
liquor glasses and a dark , mysterious
bottle upon thu bar.-
"What is this ? Whisky ? " I asked.
"That , gentlemen , is the genuine
Utah whisky , mode up to Salt Lake ,
It's the ra'al article the pure old val
ley tan. "
For years I had heard from the lips
of overland emigrants the fame of the
valley tun" whisky , and had long
been possessed of a desire to sample
it , just through a spirit of pure curi
osity. I had been told of its wonder
ful workings how it 'would glide
serenely , into the inner man and in a
few moments transform the quiet ,
law-abiding citizen into a "hyena
from Mod uulch , sp'ilin' for a fight , "
and I had fully determined to taste
the , eccentric lluid if an opportunity
to do so over should present itself.
Seining the bottle I poured out a
small portion of the stuff , which
assumed a sickly green color in the
glass. My companions did likewise ,
and : when all were ready wo raised the
raised the glasses , nnd by a brilliant
flank movement surrounded the fiery
liquor , a spasmodic quiver that almost
dislocated our spines shooting over
each one of us as the fluid wont down.
Then wo took scats and began to converse -
verse in subdued tones and to look sad
and pensive. I felt that there was a
and that it was possessed with an
eager desire to erupt , and a glance at
the faces of my comradoi convinced
me that they wore in a similar state of
wild anxiety. Presently Forbes arose
hurriedly and stepped out on the
Front porch of the inn , and a moment
later wo heard him say something
about "New York. " I could not
catch the full import of his remark ,
but the name of the city mentioned
came to me distinctly. Ho repeated
the assertion several times , and then
"Curly" gathered his abdomen up in
his hands and ran to see' what it was
all about.
A moment later 1 heard the two
boys singing in chorus a sort of im
provised duct in which the name
"Now York" frequently occurred.
Some of the other words in the wild
ballad might , not look well in print.
About this time a vague , undefined
suspicion crept into my mind
that I didn't feel very well myself ,
and not wishing to mar the har
mony of their song I scouted through
a backdoor and into the garden , where ,
amid the budding roses , the blooming
pinks , the harmony of the busy bees ,
and surrounded by the flower-scented
atmosphere , I sang my song in peace
and solitude. I sang it , too , the very
best I know how. There waa no re
serve or false modesty in my rendition
of the glad refrain , but I just throw
the concentrated energy of a lifetime
into the act , and warbled forth what I
had to say regardless of everything.
My ovor-burdoned soul soon found re
lief , and I began to convalesce. When
able to again assume u perpendicular
attitude I sauntered around in front of
the house to see how my companions
wore enjoying themselves They
stood doubled up in picturesque atti
tudes , hangint ; to the posts of the
porch and gazing upon the ground in
sad and pensive manner. Ever and
anon their bodies would contract con
vulsively and that old , sad cry of
"Now York" would smite the air and
echo in weird reverberations about the
angels of the hotel.
are you sick ? " i pym1 1
pathetically asked during ono of the
quiet moments intervening between
the livelier ones.
to mine in blank astonishment and
gazed a moment , and then ths old
Hurry entered his pain-rocked soul o
and he got mad. c
"Sick ! " ho roared " f
fairly , "why , you
incarnate licnd , do you suppose I u
would stand hero and act like a dinn a
mod idiot if I wasn't sick ? Han an
idea crept into your corroded brain ?
that I'm hanging on to this post and
whopping things un justfor fun ? Sick !
You confounded bunch of galvani/.od
cheek , docs it appear to you that I'm
tied up into a hard knot and am mak
ing a confused wreck of my interior
department just to while away the
moments , amuse the natives nnd muke
myaolf sociable in this saintly com
munity ? Hick ? You just scoot into
that house or there'll bo another sick
-Oh , Lord ! Ohl Oh ! Ah ! New
Yo-r-r-r-rk ! Oh , my ! Oh , my ! " of
I left him alone with his great sorrow
row and wont inside , I wont in and lil
sat down to A breakfast of snowy ,
steaming ( biscuits , delicious colfee ,
mutton chops that would tempt the
nppotilo , of most anybody , sweet ,
fresh ) , golden butter , nnd over so
many attractive otccterns , nnd goon
forgot i the fioul-hnrrowing experience
of the past hour.
After break fast I f-auntored forth to
look 1 at the village , nnd upon a street
corner came upon a grny-hairedj ro
bust I old man , who stood whittling a
dagger out of a piece of pine lath.
Approaching him I taid :
"Good sir. Fine
morning , morn
ing , isn't it ? "
"Howdy do ; howdy do. Yn-as ,
ruthur purty sort o' weather , lie you
a str.uigor horoV"
1 told him I wns , ami nfter offering
him 1 a liberal dose of what the vulgar
denominate "Ulfy , " regarding the
lovely 1 village I asked :
"Yn-ns , yn-nsj oh , ya-as , sir , I bo n
Mormon. "
"Married man ? "
"Wnl , yn-as , somewhat. I'm
father in Israel. "
"Married to any creat extent , or
are you only skirmishing around the
outskirts of matrimony , as it were ? "
"Wul , not so very much. Not so
much ns 1 hope to be artor while. "
"How man } ' wives have you ? " I
asked. "How many dear , confiding
creatures huvo placed their hearts and
happiness 1 in your keeping , and claim
the t right to address jou by the en
dearing title of 'old man ? ' " I
"Mister , " said ho , "I have four
wives , nnd four good wives-wives
that are n blesain' an * a comfort to me
hero 1 an' that'll bo a lingerin * joy to
me in the world to come. I expect to
take more if the good o' the cause re
quires < ] it , nnd I hope , young man , that
you do not feel inclined to treat this
righteous custom with levity or worldly
icers. "
1 assured him that I did not , and ,
in fact , I didn't until I got three or
four blocks away from him. Ho
weighed about two hundred and was
muscled like n cannon ball tossor.
A Chicago Artilleryman Who'Dicd
Little Hock Gazette.
Eighteen yorrs ago ono of the most
dramatic incidents of the late war , call
ed late because , let il be hoped , nil of
its issues are dead , occurreditt Fourcho
dam , a few miles below this city. ( Jon.
Price and his army wore occupying this
city. Gen. Steele was advancing , The
whole country wns in a terrible state
of excitement. Abnttlo was expected.
Every ono had confidence in the brave
ry and military skill of Gen. Price.
liis achievements wore heralded , his
praises sung.
Ono night , bofpro the dawning of
the 10th cf September , 1803 , a con
federate ofticer , on duty with his men
at an outpost , having received direct
information from n iniin who had been
iu . . the enemy's camp , lay down by a
fire , and on a leaf torn from and old
account book , wrote a dispatch to a i
senior oflicor beginning. "Tho ball
opens to-morrow , and giving a state
ment as to the number o men in the
enemy's ranks , showing that his force
was inferior to Prices army. The
officer wrote "respectfully forwarded"
on the paper , and dispatched a man to
Little Bock , with instructions to do-
ivcr the communication to Gen.
Price ,
The general could not bo found. Ho
was playing cards at a private resi
dence , and only becamoawuro that the
Lime for action had coino when the
booming of cannon , just at daylight ,
aroused , him. The soldiers down the
river fought desperately. They wore
compelled to retreat. Falling back to
Fourcho dam , it was determined that
a filial resistance should bo made.
Son Newton , who had been sent back
to form.tho . men as they arrived , was
executing that order when Gen. MarOi
mnduko , who had been arrested for
killing Gen. Walker , and who had just
been released , dashed up and ex
claimed :
"Wo must make a fight hero to cover
Price's retreat. "
"Cover Price's retreat ? " replied
Newton , in surprise.
"Yes ; for his army is in full retreat. "
Nothing but fight was left. The
enemy , charged , but wore repulsed.
Jelfrics was ordered to take his Mia- '
souri brigade , cross the crook , and
feel of the enemy. Ho crossed , and
not only felt of the enemy , but fol
lowing the promptings of an impulsive
nature , charged the section of a bat-
teiy , supported by cavalry , The cav
alry , from the suddenness of the at
tack , was thrown into con
fusion , and retreated , leaving the guns
unsupported. The captain of the bat
tery , a young man from Chicago ,
stood by one of lim guns , with n re
volver in each hand firing rapidly. lie
was completely surrounded , but re
fused to surrender. The confederates ,
in admiration of his bravery , stopped
firing , and cheered him. He was re
peatedly told to surrender , and as
often refused. He continued to fire ,
and had wounded several men.
"Tnis thing is gittin * tiresome ,
cap'n , " yelled a lank Miasourian , ' 'an'
if you don't behave yourself , an" quit
your skylarkin' , you'll git hurt.
The bravo follow , with a disdainful
gesture , exclaimed :
"I told the people of Chicago that
would never surrender this battery ,
and by all the demons in hell I'll keep
my word , " and ho leveled his pistol at
the Missotirian. Dint the lank man
was too quick for him , and throwing
up ! his pistol he fired. Capt. Heed j
foil across his gun , shot through ( he
heart. "JJravo man , " raid the boys ,
as they laid him on the ground ,
preparatory to removing the gun.
"Uravo man , Itis a pity wo had to kill
him. " The gun , with its death-mark
of life's blood , was drawn away by the
confederates , and used in a dozen dif
ferent battles , but noone ever washed
off the blood. Once when an oflicor
asked one of the men why ho did1 not
wash his gun , the soldier related the
circumstances of Need's death. "Let
the blood remain ; it is a mark of respect -
spoct to the memory of a bravo man. "
Just before the close of the war
Capt. Iteed , the name applied to the
ljuii , was dismounted by n cannon
ball , After the battle the soldiers
tenderly buried the heavy iron. The
rains of heaven nor the Imnds of man
liad not washed off the blood.
Who that ban ever lived any time in the
country but mutt have heard of thovlrtucH
Bimlnct aj a blowl ] mrifler , liuriluck
lilood Bitter * cure ilyspcpBia ,
and all clUvnicru arising from impure
( MM ! or deranged liver or kidneyu. 1'ricu
81.00 , trUl bottles 10 cents , 17 codlw
Dn. Ktxn'fl NKW DISCOVERY for
Consumption , Coughs and Colds
Asthnm , Bronchitis , etc. , is given
awny in trial bottles free of coat to
the nlllicted , If you have a bad
cough , cold , diflioulty of breathing ,
hoarseness or nny nlfection of the
throat or lungs by all means give this
wonderful remedy a trial. As you
value your existence you cannot
nlford to lot this opportunity pass.
NYe could not ntl'ord , nnd would ilot
give this remedy nwnv unless wo
knew it would accomplish what wo
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world that will cure ono half the
cases that lu. KI.NO'H Ni\v DiscoVKUV
will cure. For sale by
0) ) TSH tt MoMAiiox. Omaha.
Axle Grease
Uned on Wftfrons , IJiiirines , Hcupcni , Thresher *
Mid Mill Mnchlncry. It In INVAUMM.K TO KARN
RRH ANII TRAM TIIK . It cures Scratches ami all
Mmls otnoruo on IIors < n nd Stock , M neil ns on
men.OLAEK & WISE , MannfB ,
8B5 Illinois Street , Chicago
FOU 1'UIOEM. | f J4.nm.ln
Black Diamond Goal Go.
W. II LOOMIR , J. S. Niwr.I.L : ,
I'ltfH. HltC ,
In car lots or tn quantities tn nult luirih.VHcru
Onlcn Solicited.
Yard , Foot Parnhaiu nnd Doug
las Sts. , Omaha.
An elegant lithograph citKtntlnir of President
[ Jarllctil , in lilack anil tint , ( or MHciitn ; ixlnon
Uncly fliiMicd llthosrnph oiiRmN Ins ( or US i-ents.
These incturcn nro ( rein tlio Intrst ) > hotOmpli )
ot the President , and \ra thu finest iilcturrs to
lie had. Mallul on n roller to any aildrvsx , post
tree , on receipt ol prli-o. blto of plUuro lOx'Jl
C. A. 1100T1I.
P. 0. Itcix 200 , MIUauKec , WIs.
Postayo stamps rocch id. f oS'lwZt"
To Cathartno Iteddo , non.rusldniit defendant :
Yon nro hcrtby notified that on the LM day of
September , IBS ] , John Kcddo. plaintiff , tiled his
etition In the District Court , ulthmati'ltoi
oiiKlas County , Nebraska , njrnlimtnu as do-
'cndant ' , the object and prayer of u hlih petition
s , to obtain ndccrcoof divorce from the bonds
ofmntrlmony ; with jou for the followhi cau e ,
to-nlt : 1st , habitual drunkenness ; d , uxtremo
cruelty , and for pcncml relief.
You are rc < iulrcd to answer tnld petition on
the 21th day ot October , 1641.
Attornovn for Plaintiff ,
1313 Farnham St. , OMAHA , NED.
hodv nrussols , 81,25 to ? I.7Tapestry / ; * Jlnii-
> cls , fl,16 tol.RC ; 3-ply Carpet , | J1. ! > 5 to S1.40 ;
lest 2-ply lliKraln , 81.00 to ifl.lBj Cheap 2-pIy
ngraln , 40o to U5c.
Mattings , Oil Cloth and Widow Shades
at Lowest Market Prices.
[ hirgcst Stock and Lowest Prices.
Samples furnished at yard-ra
State of Nebraska , DaunlasCounty , m :
At a County Court , held at thu County Court
Itoom , In nnd for Raid County , on the -let dav
of September , A. 1) 1SU1. Present , A. M.
ClIAbWICK , CountvJudso.
In the matter of thu adoption of Jennie K.
Colter , a minor.
On rcadlnsr and filing thejvctltlon of Amos
and Mary Colycr. proylnir that thtlr raid child
may bo adopted by Edward and Mary E. Steward
and thnt they \oluntanly and freely tilxe up the
cuktoJy and cara of mid child , an aKo the peti
tion of Edward and Mary K , Steward showing
that they uish to adopt the wtld child.
ORIIKRXD , That October Ifith , A. D. 1831 , at
0 o'clock a. m. Is assigned for hearing nald peti
tion-Alien all persons Interested In nald matter
may appear at a County Court to bo held , In and
for eaid County , and thow cause * hy the prayer
of petitioner should not bo granted ; and that no-
tlco of pendency of thccald petition and the hearing
thereof , bo gii on to all persons Interested In raid
matter , by publishing a copy of this order In Tim
OMAHA UAII.V llxx , a nen 8 | ] > cr printed in said
County , for three succosaho weeks , prior to salJ
day of hearing. A. U. CHADWICK ,
[ Atruocopy ] County Judge
Till M'jal 1'OPDkiHl Tun DIST
MOST CON.7 -7L ( -Jr , ' THAU AN !
VENIENf prf P-l'.iA'S ' OTIIKIl
OIIURN V-fr-iiiry rt iflfd " " 'IN
TUKEi ) . \ & jlMlliI MAUKKI ,
Manufactored In n\o slzm , 4,0 , Ei 10 iud 1
llunu. It IIUH no iionrliu , ilunco no noise
teen Hi work caidly and oulcHy. and ( rets the
argCBt atniiit'-t of 1'UttiT frum the milk or
cream ; In mode from the * est ash lumber. It
Bold at a lower prlro than aiiy "tlur Orat-ilan
burn. Hond for dlstrlptlvo circular and prlc
nOHSALK A farm of ciRhfy acres , in KOOI !
Jj repair. ( Jood IIOUBU , 2' xaO , and oil HxlO ,
oinall orchard of bearing trti . Ono ndloHouth
of Onawu C'lty. la. , on H. 0. & I' . It. H. Will trite
tlmu on part If wltlnd. Addicsx F. M , Beam ,
Omaha , Neh. nip10
Commission Merchants ,
For the ole of Farm 1'rodiico ; 1'oUtoca I'oultr/ ,
lluttcr , KM * ncuM'il and no d on
( ommUuiloii ,
Cash od nnros inado on coiiblaiiincntfl.
Warehouse and Btorc , 1413 Dodge Street ,
Omolm , Hob.
xnmiuutiou of Toaoliors-
I will ho iircfcent at my oillgo In Crolshtori
block on the Unit Saturday nf each month to x-
ainlne mith aiiiillcanta ta nmy de lru to teach
tliu iMihlle ncliooU In Uoiiul " cuunty. Quar
terly examination flrnt Katurday In February ,
Hay ] , Aujrufct and Nou'inbur.
J.J roiNTH ,
County Runt , ubllo Instruction
belntc the Story of the Scriptures , by Ilev. OeorBe S
Alexaiukr Crook , I ) . U , , In einmlo and attractive _ k
aiifu ( K for old nnd joiinR. Vrofuioly IllmtraL
ted , making a moat Intervatlti and Impreulte L
youth n Instructor. Kury parent will iiceuro uili
work , 1'rtachCM , you uliouid circulate It. IMce
13.00. Send for clrculara with extra term ) .
J II. CIJAM1IKK8&OO. Ht. Loilll Mo.
Western Horse and Oattle In
surance Company ,
Capital , . . . 1100,00000
Insurca Homui , Mulct and Cattle agaliiDt loan by
accident , doceara or theft. Agencies In all eauii-
tlea of the State. Kend for circular ! . no20wly
the Futcet Hclllnir Book Of th Agel
Foundations ol' Success.
Tutlawiof trodt , leftltatuu , how to trtnu-
act liuilneai , vuliulile tabled , nodal etlqutttv ,
lurlUuicnUry UUKO , hnw to conduct pal < llr
bunlne i ; la I ct It la a eomnluto tiulda to Sue-
CCM for all clauwt , A family uocnyliy. Ad Irew
fordrculanatidiMclalternu , iNCUOK PUB
UUU1NC1 CO. , St ; LouU. Mr ,
Manufacturing Company ,
Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Perks ,
The only nnd/ / ! jtional pinto that
original firm of |
in giving for instance
llogors Uros.
stance n single
All our Spoons ,
Forks and plated Spoon n
Knives plntcd triple thicknossof
with the greatest
plate only on
of cjxro. Ench
lot the s o o t i o s
being hung
on a scnlo while where expo d
being plntod , to to wear , thereby
insure full deposit
n -
making a single
posit of silver on
plated Spoon
wear'as long as
Wo would call
n triple plated
CHpocial ntton-
tiou to our soo- ono.
Rival. Orient Tinned.
All Ordcri In the West should bo Addressed to
Wholesale Jeweler ,
J. B. Detwiler's
The Largest Stock and Most Com
plete Assortment in
The West.
We Keep Everything in the Line of Carpets , Oil
cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures
and Lace Curtains.
1313 Farnham St. , Omaha.
Received Direct from Boston and lew York ,
"Boston Store , "
We are now showing the most beautiful Assortment of medium
and low priced Trimmed Hats ever brought to Omaha , all correct
Styles and most artistically trimmed , prices ranging from $1,00
to $15,00 $ each ,
Also great bargains in Ostrich Tips , Plumes , Fancy Winga ,
Flowers , Plushes , Velvets , Satins , &c. , in all the new Colors
and Shades.
Wo liavo also purolmeod the entire Millinery Stock of Messrs. A. Oruiok-
ahank & Co. , ( at u largo discount ) , who have bouu compelled to give up this
branch of their business for want of room.
Wo now offer thiB magnificent Stock of Rich Millinery at about half tha
price asked by up-town Milliners for such Goods.
The ladies are Invited to call and bo convinced that it payn to trade at , thf
" 130STON STORE. "
Opening daily in all departments.
Store Open Every Evening till 9 O'clock '
P. G , IMLAH , Manager ,
Leader of Popular Prices.

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