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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , TUESDAY , APRIL 6. 1838.
GENERAL CROOK WILL COME
Just as Soon aa General Miles Oan Take
His Place.
THE DIAMOND FIELD'S SEASON.
Borne of the Games to Kc Plnycd This
Bummer Two Interesting nml In
structive I'lnys to Bo Given
Peculiar Law Suits
Ocncral News.
General Crook's Arrival.
General Crook lins telegraphed to gen-
llcmcn In this city tlnxt ho will como to
Omaha just as soon ns General Miles can
take liis i > luco in the department of Ari
zona. Arrangements are being mmlo to
liavo him accorded a royal reception
upon the occasion of his arrival here.
Unsclmll Sport ,
Manager Kay , of the Athlutto baseball
park , says that the prospects for the na
tional sport in Omaha this season are ex
cellent , lip has jn t closed a contract
with Ted SulllVnn'H Milwaukee nine f jr
games with the Union i'aeillcs on April
IT and 18. On May IB the homo team
will meet the Denver club , and other
mime. ! are beini' arranged for. Among
llitj men who will play with the Union
Paeilics this year are Handle , Salisbury ,
Itnckwcll. MelCclvey , Stroek , Dougherty
and Futikliousor of last year's nine ,
Anderson , with the Delivers of last year ,
and Dunmier , a line young player from
Interesting Cnncn Promised.
A certain secret society ( the name of
which was withhold from the reporter )
is making arrangements to sue some
twenty or thirty of its members for de
linquent dues , many of which date back
over a yotir. The constitution of most
Fccrct societies says that alter a certain
length of time a member shall bo sus
pended for non-payment of dues , but gen
erally makes no provision for not sus
pending such ollbuding member until his
or her dues have run up to a year's de
linquency. The lodge in this case thinks
tliut the only way a member may with
draw is by paying all back dues. If the
matter is not sullied on the outside
quite a number of interesting law suits
\vlll \ probably be the outcome.
AIMLUSKMKMTS.
Win. . ! . Sc.inlnn in Slmnc-iin-Ijawn.
Few modern productions of the stage
have reached the popularity of Win. J.
Seanlan's Irish "Shane-na-
now play , - -
Lawn" which will bo presented at Itoyd's
opera house to-night. It is said
to be remarkably free from objectionable
* matter in the form of dull dialogue or
J Impossible incidents. Mr. Seanlan's
ability as an Irish comedian is well
known. He will sing several
now songs during his engagement.
A STIUICINO Mii.Ol : > UA.UA.
'Shadows ' of a Great City" will be
produced at Boyrt's opera house , next
Friday and Saturday , April 9 and 10.
Matinee on Saturday. This successful
play , written by Joseph Jefferson , has
had a most eventful tour throughout the
i United States. It comes hero aided by
I the press in a most llnttcrirg manner ,
nnd it is ono of tlio strongest plays of its
kind on the stage to-day. The company
Is a remarkably strong one , including
AnniB Ward Tiffany , Ldnn Carey , Nelson
IVheatcraft , George R. Edeson , W. II.
Burton , Wm. Cullmgton and others. The
, stbryjs compactly and gracefully told in
the dialogue , th(5 action is brisk , and the
, tituations give scope for elaborate scenic
* nnd mechanical ollects , which constitute
n prominent feature of the performance.
It is a good play , splendidly set and
* incted by a good company , and the result
should bo crowded houses the entire en-
'gageuicnt. _
MOIIUIS MORRISON.
A Few Question ) * to Hnscall's Man
I-'rlilny.
To THE EUITOU : Will you please ask
Morris Morrison , who has come out as an
Independent candidate for councilman
stl the Second ward , a few questions for
wo and other property owners in the
Ward. Are not the citizens of the Second
ward who want him to run independent ,
ft set of jobbers who fear they can't use
Frank Kaspar as they could 1'at Garvoy V
Does Morris Morrison pretend that any
honest taxpayer wants him for council
man or oven chimnoj- sweep ?
How about that grading'eontrnct last
year , when Morrison & Co. took dirt off
Fifteenth street and put it on Sixteenth ,
tnd had it measured for both ?
How much is Morrison to got tor playIng -
Ing stool pigeon for IJoyd and Garvoy ?
Second Ward.
The Election.
A good deal of quiet skirmishing was
going on yesterday. Each candidate lias
uul Ids workers out in tlio
eld , and buttonholing voters ,
nd it is safe to say that the con-
est is going to bo a bitter one , purlieu-
su'ly in the llrst. second and third wards ,
I'lio fact that Morris Morrison has de-
ided to run as a candidate in the second
nml , adds to the interest of tlio situa-
ion in that precinct. While this war
nny have the elleot of lessening tlio vote
or Frank Kaspar , still that gentleman is
onfldcnl of his election to the council ,
lo has manv friends who are working
lor him with a determination which
i promises success. In the third ward
tUurmoistor's election is pretty nearly
assured. The great P. Ford , however , is
'not asleep by any moans , but is preparing
to 1 every ono of his followers at the
polls to-day.
In the other wards tlio canvassing is
quietly going on. Tlio following are the
polling places for tlio election to-day.
It should bo borne in mind that the polls
open at 8 o'clock ' in tlio morning and
close at 7 o'clock in the evening :
vi its r WAiti ) .
C Voting District No. 1 At sw coiner Tenth
and Jones htii'L'l. , , ,
Voting District No.'J-At engine house ,
1WS Doieasbtrt'ot. . . .
Voting District No. 3-At 1110 South Sixth
street.
SECOND WAUI > .
Voting District No. I At No. 1210 South
Tlihtcenthstieut. , , _ . . . . .
Voting Dlbtrlct No.At No. 1713 bt. Ma
ry's avenue.
Timin WAIID. . . .
At the carpenter t hop , ° the cast side ot
Eleventh snoot , between Douglas and Dodge
POUKTH WA11D.
Voting District No. 1-At 1'lantoislimisoon
between { sixteenth uiul
Canltol 4 * . . . t avenue * 1. . . . . , , , lq
lq'i ) . a At b.isomcut in new ,
com t house.
FIFTH WAllU .
Voting District No. 1-At boutlioast corner
' lecd
Here corner Iznrd and Slxteonth streets.
Voting DlstilctXNo. -At S017 Cumins
"voting DUtiict No. 2-At 2511 Cumins
'
a , liuiddition to voting for councilman and
Jii members of tlio board of education , the
J * l bo issued this yuur to provldo for
jg now sowers.
Attention Forobtci's.
-The next regular mooting of Court
.ate . City No. 7123 of the A. O. V. will bu
. chl at the usual place of meeting , (1ml (
t 1UU Douglas street ) on Monday , April
13at8o'uloek p.m. A full uttouduuct ;
rotjuchtod. T. U. SUAW , beo'y.
Y. t , C. A. Notes.
The Noon-day prayer meeting , held
every day from 13 to 12:80 : o'clock , con
tinues to Increase both in attendance and
interest , It continues but half nn hour
nml may seem ns an agreeable rest from
business cares , Drop in and spend at
least a few minutes with us.
The young mcns' meeting will be
held on Thursday evening , commencing
a quarter before 8 and continuing for
about 1mlf an hour. This change is made
that those who desire may attend the
revival meeting afterwards. All young
men are cordially invited.
Next week occurs the monthly business
meeting when new members will be re
ceived. Several applications have al
ready been presented , and it is hoped
more will bo received miring this week.
Strangers who have lately como to the
city are urged to connect themselves
with the association and make use of its
privileges and associations. Wo desire
to have you feel at homo with ns ns far
as possible. Those not acquainted with
our walk nro requested to visit our
rooms nnd become convinced of the ad
vantages wo oiler.
At the eo nel meeting Sunday after
noon the hall was again crowded. A
song service of about liftcen minutes
was led by Mr. McDonald in his cus
tomary spirited manner , following this
Mr. G. 11 I'ayne in brief , well chosen re
marks , presented the parable of the
Great Slipper. The subject was taken
up by other young men in short practi
cal comments that added greatly to the
interest of tlio meeting. Several ex
pressed a desire for the prayers of their
Christian friends und u desire to lead a
better life.
_ _ _ _
1'ollco Court Notes.
Jutlgo Slcnborg did the following work
yesterday :
Hart , the colored larccnist , sent to the
county jail awaiting trial Wednesday , in
default of $1,000 bail.
Charlie Wagner , charged with having
stolen ! ? , " > ! ) was sent to jail in default of
$1,000 bail. His hearing will come up to
day.Charles
Charles Williams , tlio watch thief , was
sentenced to twenty days in the county
jail , tlio last ten on bread and water.
James Smith , vagrant ; twenty days , on
bread and water.
Mrs. Connoly , drunk ; $ , T and costs.
Nine drunks' ; four lined and live dis
charged. All had been in since Saturday
night , and were workingmen.
Two men , one for lighting and another
for carrying a concealed weapon , were
each lined ! < , ' ! and costs.
A warrant was issued for some horse
traders , who for the last week have been
camped near the corner of twenty-sixth
ami California streets. The other night
one of their horses died and they buried
it there , and did not dig a liolo deep
enough , leaving all four legs way above
the ground.
A warrant was issued for Julius Rot-
holt/ , who , when a police ollieer went
into his pawn shop , auuscd him in a very
hearty manner.
Warrants wore also issued for several
people who have been engaging in some
neighborly rows. The judge , when the
aggressive party in such a case is n wo
man , tames her by sending the patrol
wagon for her , and making her take a
seat in it and ride through the streets to
the court room.
Brevities.
Jefferson park looks bad , and should be
fixed up.
House moving and a general spring
clean-up is noticed all over the city.
Judge McCulloch will call the docket
in the county court this morning. The
docket contains over fifty cases.
The regular monthly business meeting
of the Women's Christian association
will bo held today , at 2:80 : p. m.
Airs. Humes , corresponding secretary.
A complaint has been filed against
Adam Parish by Anton Bolohlavek for
threatening to kill him. Justice Borku
yesterday issued u warrant for Parish's
arrest.
C. C. Field , tlio Cuming street druggist ,
is one of the happiest men in Nebraska
to-day. The young lady arrived last
night , and it is said will make her perma
nent residence with Mr. Field.
Justice Borka Saturday married An
thony Freeburg and Mi.s Mary Nelsonof
this city. On Sunday ho performed the
same service for Thomas E. Morrison
and Miss Eleanor Crane , also of Omaha.
It is said by those who ought to know ,
lint there is a largo number of thieves
nd pickpockets in the city. The police
re keeping a sharper lookout than ever ,
o no bad results need bo feared , only
ho filling of the county jail.
A special meeting of the Distributing
ommittee is called for today
.t 1:30 : u. in. sharp. A full attendance is
Tgcntly requested. 15y order of tlie pres-
dent. Airs. J. Hudson Grant , secretary
: o tern.
An exceedingly pretty and neat row-
jut of the canoe pattern was sent to
Jednr Rapids , Neb. , yesterday afternoon
rom an eastern linn. Quito a number
) f admirers gathered around the car in
vhicli it was , and all pronounced it a
laisy.
James Howard , who was sentenced
ome time binco by Jndgo Stcnborg to
pay u tine of $20 and thirty days in the
ounty jail ou suspicion of being tv
harper and confidence man , is making
ttbrts to bo released. An appeal , it is
) olicved , will bo taken , provided he can
; ot $200 bail.
J. M. Reed , u pleasant-looking old gen-
Ionian who owns n larm near Omaha ,
vas robbed ot $85 yesterday afternoon
vhilc goin" up a flight of stairs on Far-
lam street by four pick-pockets , lie re-
) orlcd the matter to the police , nnd nn
) llicor was detailed to look up the
hieves.
Itoth the American anil Wells , Furgo &
Jo.'s express companies have all the
business they can attend to. They carry
nore eggs nowadays than any ono itjml
of article , some 400 to 500 cases arriving
n this city every day. For some reason
10 bullion lias been received from the
Jmaha smelter for New Orleans since
ast Friday , while generally several
thousand dollars worth is sent out daily.
All the charter members of Triangle
' .oilgu K. of P. are requested to bo at
.heir hall on Suunders street promptly
ut 7 o'clock next Thursday evening. The
nitiutory work will bn begun at that lime.
Members of other lodges having special
nvitalions will please be prompt. If
there are others who yet desire to join ,
apply at Tuft's store on Dodge street or
it U. II. Lucas" on Cuming strcel , before
text Thursday.
White Cedar Piling is bettor than oak
'or bridge or foundation work. It lasts
.onger in or out of the ground and can
jo lurnishcd and driven tor one-third les *
cost by 1) . Sopor & Co. , 1020 Farnam
street , Omuliu. _ _ _ _ _
The School Census.
Secretary Conoyor , of the Hoard of
Education lias prepared the following
school census :
U'lirtl. * SM. 1SRG. Increase. Decrease.
. .ibt 2,0WMi7 : IB . . . .
.Second . . . . S,6fi7 2ira 8bu . . . .
Thlld. . . . . . b 'J MO . . . . 243
Komtll 1,571 1,0'U 60
Kitth 1,78:1 : lb l 101
Sixth 2H7 ! a.COii 240 . . . .
Total 11,20-3 11.S33 878 ! > 4'J
lucieabc uoti
Wanted to exchange for stock of Hard
ware anil general merchandise , 500 acres
of line Thayi-r county ( Neb.land ) ; live lots
in Genoa ( Nob. ) ; good store building
( best eo.rncr ) ; uood dwelling , ( best loca
tion ) in Essex ( Iowa ) ; also eighty acres
one-half mile irom town of Ix-sex ( lovVa ) ,
seeawl in blue gross For further par
ticulurs , uiiijrcs-s John Lmdcrholiu , Ceii
tral City , Nebraska.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors.
Vanilla. lxmoii ; , Oranjjo. Almond , Hoio. etc. ,
Uavor M dcllciilely nnd naturally ns the fruit.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. ,
CHICAGO. BT. LOOTS.
OR3AHA
1 3th St , Cor. Capitol Avenue ,
ron THE TnEATitr.NT op AM.
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
DR. MoMENAMY , Proprietor.
Slitccn Jems' llosjiltnl and 1'rlvuto 1'rnctlce
Wohu\o the fncllltlc , nppsr.ittis nnd runcdics
for the Fucccejfnl trcntincnt of c\cty form of dls-
cnc requiring cillicr medical or surgical treatment ,
and Itivitonll to come and Invrstlgatu fnrtlicmpclu'9
or correspond with ns. Long cspcrlrncu In treat
ing cmes by letter enables ns to treat many cases
scicntificnlly without peclnii them.
WHITE FOIl C1HOULAH on Deformities nnd
nracc ! " , Club Feet , Curvatures of the Spine ,
l3KAis ! OP VOMEN. I'llcs , Tumors , Cancers ,
Catarrh , BronclnciK , Inhalation , Klcctrlclty , I'aral *
yrle , Kpllepey , Kidney , yc , Ear , ijklu , lllooil and
all aurqlcal operations.
lluttc'rlcs , Inlialorfl. llrncrs. Trusses , and
nil kinds of Medical and Surgical Appliance ? , manufactured -
ufactured and for snlc.
llio only rolbblo Medical Institute making
Private , Special S Nervous Disease ; ,
C
ALL CONTAGIOUS AND DLOOD DISEASES.
from whatever cause produced , successfully treated.
\Va can remove Syphilitic poison from the sjstcm
without mercury.
New restorative treatment for loss of Hal power.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS CONFIDENTIAL.
Call nnd consult us or send name and post-odlcu
address plainly written enclose stamp , and \vo
will ncnd you. In plain wrapper , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEM
UPON 1'mvATn , SPECIAL AND Ucnvous DISEASES ,
SEMINAL WEAKNESS , Si-ESMATonniunA IUFOTEN-
cr , Sri-iiiLis , UoNonnncEA , OI.EET , VAIIICOCEI.E ,
STIUCTlinE , AND AU. II BA8ES OP TUB GKNITO-
UniMAKY OnoANs , or tend history of your case for
on opinion.
Persons unable to IsU ns may ho treated nt lliclr
homes , by correspondence. Medicine * and Iiiitru-
menu pent by mail or cxpre s SKCUHELY TACK
EO FROM onsniWATION , no marks to lurlicate
contents or sender. One personal interview pre
ferred if convenient. Fifty rooms for the accom
modation of patients Board nnd attendance ut
reasonable prices. Addrces all Letters to
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute
f-at. 1 3th St and Canitol Ave. . OMAHA , tt ' 0.
I RESTORED. Komc.ly
I Free. \ictimof youth.
I ful linpmdenco cnneinfr
i Premature. Decay , Ncn
- - - - . - _ _ _ .1 vena Debility , loHt Man
hood , &c. liavlnv tried in vata every known remedy
Iii9 ( H eovcred a simple nelf-curo.wlilcli bo will sena
1'KHU to his fellow-sufferer1" . Adrtrena
_ J. U. llEKyES.43 Cliatban-ntrcct. Now York Cltr. _
'CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. "
The Original and Only Genuine.
Bftfe and itwtji Reliable. Heware of worthiest Imitation ! .
Indlflpenitblo to LADIES * A lt your DruegUt for
* * blchetcr * EnsTlihtan I Uke DO oilier , or Inclose 4 .
( tanipsjto ui for p&rtlcaliri in letter by return mall *
NAME PAPER. Chleheiter CbemloM Co. ,
ttClS * . ! '
MadUon hgiinrc , llillnda.t
tiold by I > rurclt ( * everywhere. Aik for ' 'Chic-he * *
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MANUFACTURERS OF AND JOBBERS IN
And every variety of materials for
Steam and Gas Fitters and Plumbers , Ele
vators and Factories.
St. ,
Army Notes.
Colonel Henry received a telegram
from Kearney yesterday stating that
Captain liourku would arrive in that
city to-morrow with the body of Captain
iiuunot Crawfordwho was murdered by
the Greasers. The funeral will take place
m Sunday next. A delegation of ollicers
from Texas is expected to bo prc.sent.
Colonel Henry and others from this post
will attend.
Captain Ebstoin , of Fort Sidney , is in
lie city , accompanied by his wife.
General Kourtz , of the Eighth infan-
: ry , passed through Omaha yesterday on
lis way to his post at Angel Island , San
L-'rancisco. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Public sale of Short Horn cattle at Lin
coln. Nob. , April 14 , 18SO. Fifteen cows
nid heifers and twenty bulls. For cata
logues apply to Col , F. M. Woods , Lin
coln , Neb. , or Williams & Laey , Lacona ,
Iowa. _
A Runaway KiiKlne.
An engine in tlio Union Pacific round
house broke loose last night ( having some
steam in the chest ) , and running down
the incline broke through tlio brick wall
of the house. She was captured before
any material harm was done.
F. M. ELLIS & 00.
Architects and Building Superlnt's '
OMAHA , NEB , and DBS PINES , IA ,
Olllcc.Cor. 14th and J'aniaiu Streets , Itoomll
GEOHOK BIIIILINQIIOF wlihF. M. Kills.
EXElT& MA
( Buocossors to J. Q. Jaoobjj .
UNDERTAKER S' ,
AND EMUALMEJIS.
At the ( Ud stand , 1407 FnrnamSt. Oraors by
u bollulttxl and pixjuiully uticadeJ to.
BEATRICE , NEBRASKA.
THE LEADING .ASSOCIATION . OF THE WEST.
CASH CAPITAL , PAH ) UP IN FULL , $1OOOOO.OO
GROSS ASSETS , DECEMBER 31st , 1885 1BO,820.3O
A certificate } of membership in this Association furnishes benefits nt the lowest
cost.
cost.Men and women , between the ages of 17 nnd Co years , who arc in good health ,
may become members.
There is no changing from one class to another , and assessments do not increase
with advancing ago.
The Company has a guarantee fund of $100.030 paid up in cash , which is an ad
ditional security to that furnished by any company in the United States.
It has a Reserve fund which provides for n non-forfeiting pollcv and a paid-up
policy.The
The Company is located In the West : its business is confined to the healthy West ,
nnd applications from persons residing in malarial districts ace not uoi'eptcd , which
will insure few asses-monts , and n consequent exemption from any onerous liability.
A local Advisory Hoard , composed of not less Hum live loadingciti/.tms of esic'i
vicinity , may bj formed , who may act as advisory counsel in the settlement of claims
by the death of mumbors nnd as to the admission of applicants to membership.
A mcmbir who lapses his certificate may rc-instato ihe sumo nt any time upon
satisfactory evidence of good health , by the payment of all delinquent dues and
assessments.
iNoiiinuranco company in this or any other country lias over failed by reason of
of the death-rate experience The failure in each instance has uecn caused by pecu
lation or speculation. The .safe guards introduced render both impossible in this
Association.
Our business is confined to the endowment for ol.l ago , nnd the payment of the
widows and orphans lifter death.
Tlio policy is more liberal , and the' plan more secure , than any company in the
United States.
Co-opor.itivo Insurance Compati'os ' ox'sted in England 200years before the stoc-k
plan was thought of , and the .same companies exist to-day , .some of them having
nearly ono million members. When managed judiciously , they cannot break. Wo
guarantee every promise we make with $11)0,000 ) , this being in addition lo the $100- ,
003 provided for as a Reserve Fund , which isti more liberal provision and oiler than
any other company makes.
The Strength of This Association Consists of Its
GUARANTEE FUND , ENDOWMENT PLAN ,
RESERVE FUND , NON-FORFEITING POLICY ,
GRADED RATES , PAID-UP POLICY ,
SELECTED RISKS , A DEPOSITORY TO PROTECT THE
TONTINE SYSTEM , RESERVE FUND ,
LIFE PLAN , CAPITAL STOCK.
The cost of life protection in this company is less than any company in the
United States. Thu company is good and payments prompt.
This Association is now entering its third year , and has a largo membership ,
which is constantly increasing.
At death or maturity of endowment the member receives his interest in the
Reserve Fund in addition lo Ihe amount due on the policy.
All policies become non-forfeiting after tlio third year to the extent of the mem
ber's interest in the Reserve Fund.
AGENTS WANTED in every town and city where not supplied in all of the
slates west of thu Mississippi river and north of iCuns.is. Good reliable canvassers
can obtain inott favorable rates by writing to the company.
The Western Mutual hasconsolidatedtlieuiomlmrsiiiuof the "NebraskaMutual , "
"Farmers' and Mechanics' " and "Lincoln Mutual , " and with its own members in
sures perfect protection.
"We regard the Western jMulual as one of the very best life insurance associa-
lions in Inis country , and expect to see , at no very distant day , it covering the entire
iieid of the hcalty West with its active , gentlemanly agents. " Daily Express , March
2,18SO.
, OFF1CE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ,
STATI : OK NUUKASK.Y ,
LINCOLN , February 1 , 1880.
It is liorobv certified that the Western Mutual Benevolent Association Insurance
Company , ot liontriuc , in the $ lito : elf Nubrisklias ; : comjilicd wiHi the insurance law
of this state , an.l is authorized to transact the business ot life insurance m this state
for the current year.
, j Witness-my .hand . and the seal of said of sjiid office , the dny and ;
1 SKAL. f- yar first above written.
( , ! 11. A. HANCOCK , Auditor Public Accounts.
Omaha , 'National ' Bank , tlie coinianys. ) ! financial agent , at Omaha , Nebraska.
Itotur byipovniission to Hon. J. II. Alilliml , Omaliu , Neb. "
All communications should be addressed to
too.
o.
Secretary and General Manager , BEATRICE , NEBRASKA.
s HAYNES , Agent at Omalia.
Best Goods in the Market
Ask for our gooils nnd sco that they
bear our trade marl ; .
Cure without moill-
A POSITIVE cino. 1'utonloi Octo
ber 16,1870.
Ono box will euro
the most obtlnato ciiso In four days or low.
DO
luo
No nauseous closes of cubobs. oopalbaor oil of
Bomlnlnooil Umt are certain to proJuco dyspep
sia by dostrovlnir the ooutliitfs of tlio fctoiimeti ,
1'rico * 1.EO. 6oM by all druifslstu or malleil on
receipt of price. For further pnrtleulurs soiit
" " ' * * "
for circular. I > . O. DOT 15.71.
T. C. .Zj01j .iT CO. -.CDRE.
KJJolmet. . Now YorK.
tuca-tli-fmtlYiu&o
AlifceiKn ace. B markaU - acd quick eerta.
aztl. Seal BUmp lot Kali.4 intllsulan.A4a.e ,
Dr. WARD St. CO. . ii ; MO.
ON AFE.II. . 1st ,
Wo will open our
Horse and Male Market
Cor , Howard and 14th StsOmaha , , Neb.
With icvcrul car loadi of pooct ttock , Hurt Mill keep
cuimtuntlr on liumlu full UHMirtmunt ol DitAl'T uuil
lilllVlNU UOltaKb In cur lulu orutrctull.
HAKE & PALMER.
Nebraska National Bank
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Paid up Capital $360,000
Suplus May 1 , 1886 85,000
U. W. VATKS , President.
A. E. TOUZALIN , Vice President.
W. H. o. HUGHES , Cashier.
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W.V. MOU3E , JOHKS.COU.IN9 ,
tl. W. YATES , LI.WIS S. UEEU ,
A. E. TOUZAI.IN ,
BANKING OFFICEi
THE IRON BANK.
Cor. 12th ttnd Farnara Streets.
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SOUTH OMAHA !
Beautiful Residence Lots
ZL.OOIK . :
On the Inrgc map of Omaha and observe that the two nnd one-half inilo
belt from the Oniahu postoffice runs south of Section 33 and through the
uovth end of South Omaha.
TAKE A STRING
And pencil , then get one of J. M. Wolf & Co.'s maps of Omaha and South
Omaha combined ,
PUT YOUR FINGER
On the string at 13th and Farnam , Omaha's business center , and your pcnc
on the string at where Bellevue street enters South Omaha from the north ,
THEN DRAW
A circle and note where
SOUTH OMAHA
Is , and also that many "Additions , " "Places" and "Hills" are far
OUTSIDE
This magic circle ,
THEN STOP
And think a moment what will make outside property increase in value.
THE GROWTH OF OMAHA
Is ALL that will enhance the value of real estate other than at SOUTH
OMAHA. At the latter point we have three important factors lo build up
nnd make valuable the property : _
First The growth of Omaha , which has and always will follow th
transportation lines.
Second All the great railways center there , thus making it the best
manufacturing point of any in or near the city.
Third
THE IMMENSE STOCK YARDS INTEREST.
Dressed Beef Business
and Pork Packing Industry
Will make n town of themselves.
TWO NEW PACKING HOUSES
Going up this year.
! A Gigantic Beef Canning Establishment
To bo put into operation by Hint prince- meat producers , Nels Morris ot
Chicago.
IFOOULi
Away your day of grace when you do not get an interest in South Omaha be <
fore a higher appraisement is miide. The bu.st locations are being taken.
Make your selections now.
Lots thiit sold for § 300 in 1SS1 cannot now be bought for 81,000. ,
Over the railway track will make safe and .splendid thoroughfares between thii
city and South Omaha.
A STREET CAR LINE
Will run to the Stock Yards this year. The minute it does lots will double ii
value , as this will afford cheap and quick transportation either by
Dummy , Cable or Horse Cars.
Agents to handle this property on good commission waiJeJ
ANY HEAL ESTATE AGENT
Has authority to sell lots. For further information , main , prica lists , am
descriptive circulars , address
'
anagei ; ' . 4
216 SOUTH 13TH ST. , OMAHA , NEB.

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