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8 THE OMAHA , DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , MAY 29 , 1S8G.
IDE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS Tells of a State's. Veneration of. the Nation's Hcio , TRIBUTEOF SURPASSING BEAUTY 8port 1111 : Matters SlnnilhiK of tlie Uun Club Contestants Together With Oilier . Matters of Interest. The Flora ) Cnr. The majestic lcaring ) of Iho locomotive which sonic six year.i 111:0 rolled into the Union Pacific depot , bearing homeward General Grant nflcr after his visits to the world's capitals , was something most agreeable to contem plate. Hut it was approximated in majesty by that Cwhlch yc.sterday drew into Iho depot as a tribute to the same dis tiiigulshed being , now no more in life , perhaps the grandest floral tribute ovei oflercd an human being. It was that from Oakland nnd other California points. It occupied a ventilated refrigerator oar , wiilcli immediately followed the baggage cars in the immense train of lilteen coaches. When the last car had been drawn from Hie Tenth streetennsing , the lloral repository was opened and the HKB reporter permitted to view the interior. At lir.-t , the sight was bewildering. There was what seemed an incongruous massing of forms and outlines , and an at mosphere oppressively laden with Un varied odors of a hundred species of ( low ers. Soon , however , the indistinct ness disappeared and on the right hand stood the form of a white lloral horse of heroic mold , MS if iinon the review. It pranced upon a iroltlen lield of calendula , while its outlines were covered with myr iads of beautiful candy tuft. ' 1 he saddle was of red geraniums and the stirrups o calendulas. The head of tm ! animal lay on one side , being too high to be held erect , and was of course dehned by the same beautiful llowers which formed thu other parts. On tlie left , and occupying the princi pal part of that side of tlie car , lay what appeared to bo an elligy in llowers of a knight of old , lying recumbent on his tonib. Closer inspection revealed an ex cellent resemblance to General Grant , whom , indeed , tlie figure was intended to represent. The blue coat was made of ii'geratums , while the golden straps and the belts of side arms and gauntlets were formed by the luxurious and golden cal endula , and the sword held In tlm right hand , of glistening candy tuft. This figure is intended to be placed upon the horse , and when this is done at tin : door of the hero's tomb the ell'eet will be in comparably grand. On all sides of those central figures were harplyres , spears , pennons , shields , Btars , swords , pillows worked inelaborate designs and embodying the llowers nl- rcaifv mentioned besides geraniums , rose buds , immortelles , Marguerites , camclins , elovaiuolas , chrysanthemum , peonys , ten-week stocks , and innumerable others. The ear was kept cool by cakes of ice upon the lloor , and the llowers , in the nmjii , were in an excellent state of preser vation , The car left Portland Monday night , and will reach New York Sunday at ? : 0 p. m. Its directions arc on the outside , a large shield containing an oil portrait of General Grant in a wreath of laurel , surrounded by the following legend : "California's to the nation's hero. From the G. A. R. and citi/ens , Memorial Day , 18SII. 1'rom Oakland. California , to Riverside Park. N. Y , . " Ucsides Ihis , Hags and crosses of laurel nnd mountain pine are sj > read over the surface , making the exterior at once em blematical and beautiful. The. tribute originated witli Lyon Post No. 8 and Appomutlox Post No. 50 , G. A. It. , of Oakland , Gal. , the real starter being .1. L. Lyon , now of the latter post. Accompanying the ear to New York are C. A , I1 idler , representing Lyon post , and Comrade .1. L. Lyon , representing Ap- pqmattox post , eacli of whom were com missioned by Department Commander Smedburg. SPOUTING NOTKS. The Coming ttnau Hall Gnmc-Tlie ( > iin Olnl ) Shoot. Manager Kay , of the base ball park , yesterday received iho batting list ofj the Peach 1'io team , of St. Louis , for their opening game on Saturday with the Union 1'acilies. The players of tlio two clubs will he positioned as follows : ST. Louis. POSITIONS. UNION P-A.rn.-ics Dmsel C Handle llcaluy 1 * Snnlsbiiry Jln an 1st 15 Uockwull tihci iuttlmus -d K Drnxtcr Jcmilnss ! ! d MoKelvy Hlaclc. . . SS % McKloskoy ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Keills..0 . . . , . . . . . . . . . . Sluilt/ - . , . . K F A udorson l'or the information of those who are not acquainted with thu St. Louis Pouch 1'iu nine it may be staled that it is com posed of employes of the lintt tobacco company and is a consolidation of thn Prickly Ash and Drummond nines. As ' both o'f Iheso clubs have played here , the Htronglh of the new club can easily bo determined It was further discovered this morning wnsn the list of players was received that tlio St. Louisaus had secured two of the best players of the Into St. Joe Heels , who beat the Union i'aoilics just before they disbanded , and for this occasion have hired the the change battery ot the St , Louis national league club. The "Poach Pies" evidently intend to down thu homo nine , if possible. Without thu aid of those extra players they have beaten all of the leading amateur clubs in and about St. Louis and the national league club in ono gumo. The U. IVs , however , do not intend to lot them have a walk-away , nnd have boon quietly adding to their nine. Three new men will play in these games with the "Peach Pius , " and they aru all ball players , Drnxliir and MeUlosky , for merly second baseman and short stop of tlio Oonvors , ami Smith , of the Dallas , Texas , professional nine aru tlio men al luded to. With these additions tlio inn li nger feels that every game will bo closely contested , unit that a fair share of the honors will ho secured by the homo team. R The regular gnu club shoot , was held Thursday resulting as below. fTwcnty 1'coria blackbirds were shot at with eighteen yards rise : Stout 001 loiiuiuoilllll 11 15 Parmalee.O llOllllllllUlOllOl 1 is l.wuh-r. . .looiiioioiiioiooioi o la JltlgllOS.,1 1001 1 1 OUO 1 l 1 1)01 ) 1 110-13 Jiiuckcr. . ! 0101 oou looioioi i 011 10 Kay 00101 10011000010 1111 10 Kennedy.1 000000110101 1110 10 1 10 Koott.l 1 1 0 1 00001 101 1010000- ( I icken 00110 1001 ion t 0 100110 u Woiloy..1 1001 1000010001 1 1010 U Getter . . .0 1010001001011100100--8 Fiiner.oooooiooiooio 1000110 o Smith..000 100011 1000001 1000 0 I'ariualco 1 1 0 11110 1 1 1 00 11 11 Scott 1001 101 t I 1 1 101 0-10 Messrs. 1'armalce nnd Scott are now tico for the club modal. The club held a business meeting Thursday and elected the following ilclcgatcs to tlio state sports men assiu'hition , to Iw held at Omaha Juno 8 , t ) , 10 and 11. Jnfi' Hedford , ( ion. ( Iconic Smith , U. T , Hrackcr , Thomas ( totter and Kdward Lccder. The following team was also selected n contest for the championship cup at the tournament. F. S , Parmaleis , ( Jeorgu K. Kay , .1 , W , Potty and J. K. Stout. V Pol lee Court , in I A row of yrimy-faceil tramps and be. | , vttcd drunkards greeted .Judge Ston-- "OiiicW's eye yesterday M ho seated him- refunded. ' ' tlu > judicial throue and ordered Officer Mike Whalcn to call the court to order. Tlio cases disposed of were none of them important. Several tramps were given bread and water sentences nnd a number wore discharged. Three or four suspicious characters were ordered out ol the city. Two men arraigned lor drunk * snncss were lined fi and costs each ant : six culprits charged witli the same ofTenco were released. These Iramps belong to a gang which has buen infesting South Omaha for days past , having taken possession of a mam moth haymow , wherein they hold their nijrlitly revels. Thu complaints of their depredations in that neighborhood are coming in thick and fast. Judge Stcn- berg has made a suggestion to tne South Omaha people that all the Iramps in lliat locality bo bunched in a refrigerator car nnd sent down the road. Such as the vagrants as were not frozen to death before a half day's journey was accom plished , could bo dropped , In half-iloxen lots , at convenient intervals along the road. When yon comn to Lincoln , stop at the Commercial Hotel , if you want homo comforts. C.V. . Knrmx : , Proprietor. A IMcaBiiut Alfa I r. A very pleasant birthday party took place ThuiTday at Ihe residence of Mr. Hurt C. Voss , on Twenty-third and Leav- enwoiih streets in honor of that young gentleman's birthday. ( James , music and refreshments were features of a delight * fill evening's entertainment. Among tlioso present were the Mis cs Emma Anderson. Kmma .Jahn , Thressa Klindt , Lulu Lorinir , Hva Manchester , Florence ( Joouibu , ( tlcii Kitchen , Ida Kiexvit , Carrie Kiewit , Dora Schroeilcr. and Messrs. Aekcrmaun. Opoll's Hotel , Lincoln , Neb. , opened March 15th , lirst class in every res-peer. . . Colc'H nn the Ground. Cole's advertising corps rolled into town yesterday in their special car and took up position at the Union Pacific depot. The vehicle is made hko all such cars ami has the distinction of buinir much cleaner by fifty per cent than most of those traveling carayanserie.s. It is in charge of Ji. II. Madigan , whose attention seems to turn lightly toward cockatoos , of winch species of bird he has two examples. The birds partake of the hospitality of Iheir owner , because , when the HKK re porter called this morning one of them said , "How d'y do ? " and the other took it up and asked , "Will yon have a drink ? " But the reporter didn't drink. MO acres laud in Thaycr county , Neb. , to sell or trade for merchandise. Address John Lindcrholm , OM S. lOthSt. , Omaha. Sudden Death. J. J. Brown yesterday receiv ed a tclg ranf from Thos. ] ' . Hall of this city , dated JCorth Powder , Ore. , May 23 , and reading as follows : "Charlesdied instantaneously yesterday of haart dismiss , ' ' Ciias. Hall , the deceased , was well and favorably known in Omaha , lie came hero with his brother. Thos. F. Hall , in the summer of 18'7and ' ! engaged in the foundry business on Sixteenth .street. Ho went west to Beaver Canon , Idaho , about eight years ago and engaged in the In m- her business. He was about US 'years of iigo and leaves a wife and two children in Massachusetts. Wanted a good buggy horse at 1022 Farnam. Clover anil AVater. An old man named Murray came into .own yesterday from the corner of Thirty-liflli and Hamilton streets , where lie claims to own a largo dairy. Ho looked for Dr. Chambers , the veterinary surgeon , and said that twenty-three of = Ts cows had been poisoned during the night. lr. Chambers investigated the matter , and found that two cows had l > ecn eating clover , then turned to drink water and had swelled up with the diet. That was all , and the cows were relieved. Strawberries as big as tipples , three quarts for ! J5c. at HHIMUOD'S. Two Appointments. C Circulars wore received in the city yc.stor day announcing that Mr. J. C. Kenyon tad been appointed general passenger .igcnt of the Chicago , Burlington it Northern railroad company , with head quarters at St. Paul , and Mr. W. B. Hamblin general freight agent of the same road. Holh of these gentleman are well known in Omalia. Be.st fruits and vcgctabls at lowest prices at HEIMHOD'S. The Brute. Clias Hays , who , it will be remembered was arrested in Ibis city about two months > go by J. J. Noligh , u pen the strength of i telegram from Newark , was last week convicted of fornication and bastardy and mpri.soned , besides being compelled to ; ivo bonds to partially support the nether of tlid child , Miss Arbueule , until ho girl is live years of ago. Tlie rosy freshness and a velvety soft less of the skin is invariably by thono vlio use Poz/.oni's Complexion Powder , Before yon buy your strawberries and vegetables for Sunday , see Hcimrod. Tlio Polluomnn'H Fall. One of Ihe policemen , who made a cur sory inspection of the roof of t bo old vrug beer vaults , now being dug out to nako way for the now building , a few lays ago , fell through the brick arch which gave way beneath him and nar- owly escaped several bricks upon iiis tead. Klrli's German I'llo Olnrmoitr. Sine cure for blind , bleeding , and Itching 'lies. One box lias cured the worst cases of leu yc.us Maudlin ; . No one need sutler ten ulmites after using this wonderful Kirk's icrmau Pile Ointment. U absoibs tumors , dlays the Itching at once , acts us n poultice , Klvcs instnnd relief. Kirk's Cerinan I'llo Jlnlment is prepared only fur I'lles and telilnp of tlio ptivato parts , and nothlnt ; else. livery box is warranted by our agents. Sold jy drurlstst ) ) ; > entby million receipt of price , 60c per box. DH. C. 0. UENTON , Piioi- , Cleveland , ( ) . Sold l > y C. iT. Onoodmnu and Ktihn & Co. Kith niul Dousing , Ittli ami Cumlug : ) . Iho Coriici-'Stono. Work on the excavation for the new .ward of trade building is rapidly draw- , ng to a close , and work on thu founda- .ions will soon commence. President Meyers said ye.sterday that thn laying } f the corner-stone would bo done with mprcsiivo ceremony under tiie auspices of the MaFoniu order. TINIKEN SPRING VEHICLES. OVER 400,000 asz , IN USE. Tclitrln made. lUdTTZt en. . TU Si > rlii n loimtbcn m-J * bortfn nccorilicctu tbti wcigbt tb y CJUTT. K utui \ > rll luluiilra to ruuiih country rend > nnd Cnp ilriyi-Hctriuct. .MunufnrturcdamUoldby U tvuiUuH CnrriaA * UuUuCm aud UciUct * RELLEY , STIGER & CO. A Great Bale for Saturday and Kext Week- The Great Ilnrgnln Sato at Fifteenth and Dodge St. Kcllcy , Stiver At Co. Kl ) HOHES. EMimOIUEHKl ) ROUES. Embroidered robes in ecru , cream mid white , $2.371 , This line of robes arc full pattern and worth § y.50 , our price $3.37 } , $ ' 75. Only IB robes left1J yards flouncing and ! } yards trimming embroidery with 10 yards ! W inch India linon. Will close them at $3.75 , former price $ -1.03. $ a.oO. This is ono of thu choicest roliisi over on'eretl in Omaha , former price $ .1.00 , our price now $ 'J.o9. $1.03. 25 robes in white , blue , brown and jirny , only $1.00 , a pattern worth $ (1.00. ( \Voliavo sometliiiiK in this price that has ni'vnr boon shown West of New York city by anyone else. We were only able to secure a tow , so come curly , $15.00. . If yon want the nobbiest [ EeruoMiit ever shown for 8. " > U , call on KELLEV , STIC.Ell & CO. . In fact they have the best . elected robe patterns to lie found Mast or West , and prices to suit every one. win ! ! : uoons. MAIL OKUEH8 FILLED. We hnvo a line of White CJoods that for cheapness is unequaled , and thu styles arc equaled only by the price. Sit nNTs. : 1 case Nainsook Checks at 8Jc , worth 121e. 10 CKX1S. fiO pieces of pin head cheeks and .stripes at lee , our price lOc. 12JT.XTS. 10 , pieces , all we have left , a rare bar gain. Call early , I'-'Jc. If ) CENTS. 510 yards of shear .Madras checks , arc worth U-'Jc , will elo.su them sit Ific. 2t ! CKSTS. We have only 10 pieces left in Satin Stripes and Checks ; have sold in the city for 40 licnU , will close them at 3U cents. Jicltcy , titiycr Ja C'o. is the jrfttce. ! ! 0 CKNTS. 10 pieces Shear Satin Stripe India Linen , would be cheap at 40 cunts , our price ! JO cents. I 5 fKNTS. 15 pieces ' 15 cents , somcdhinji novel in Lace liatiste , Lace Kttimanes and Cables. nti\cn : XAINHIOK. 17 pieces , ' 18' inches , at ! t , " eI2je. . TiOc , 57Je , ( lee and 8c ° ic , are " 0 pur cent under any price quoted in the city. SATI.NKS , SATINUS , SATINttS. 150 pieces and as many more that are cut ; the finest fabric in Omaha , only 1'J } cents , others are showing tlie same for 23 cents , remember only 13J cents. 25 ONTS. ; These goods are sold by other mer chants for -10 cents , along with Kocoh- lins satines , our price 25 cents. 5J5 CENTS. Ts the only genuine French saline on the market ; remember the brand , Frcres Koeelilin our price : j5e. 100 pieces Scotch Ginghams to be sold Saturday and next week ATM CIXTS. : These goods arc sold elsewhere at Sou and 'Me. NEW 1'AIiASOLS , NEW 1'AltASOI.S , NEW SUN U.MHKKI.1.AS , NEW SUN UMUKKI.I.AS , AT roi'ur.Ait PKIUKS. We shall open to-morrow tlie ] asl case of these $ I.50 ! Persian Handles which we will sell Saturday and Monday at the rnniuus price of , $1.09. WE HAVE ALSO India Linens 10 cents. India i.iii'jiis 1-1 cents. India Linens 13 cents. India Linens 2 : ! cents. India Linens ! ! 0 cents. India Linens ; ! ? } cents. India Linens 121 cents. India Linens 50 cents. INDIA MULLS. A complete line 25c , 'Mo , 40c , 50c , 7uc , 72 inelies wide. MAIL OHDEIIS FILLED. KELLEV , STIGER & CO. Don't forget they are the cheapest in the city and the best selected. KELLEV , STIGER & CO. , 15th anil Dodge Sis. UUhlGIOUS. A Sioux Indian is about to take holy or ders in Virginia. It is estimated that tlioro are in tin IJritlsh army and navy over iOOU : ) , declared Meth- odisls. Seven Protestant churches ot costly con struction in the most fashionable portion of New Voik city are for sale. The Catholic schools at Mncon.Ga. , are supported by the 'public school authorities and taught by the oed Sisters oC Mercy. Toledo is Imildinc a tabernacle capable of holding tun thousand people tor the use oC Kev. Sam Jones , \vlio is expected there in July. Hishop Stevens , of Philadelphia , Is now uujoj Inj : such Kimil health that ills thought theiu will bo no need to elect 1111 as- slhtnnt. Dr. Talmago and ids congregation have nmdeairanieiuciits for a three-days trip to the Thousand Islands at the close of Juno or thulirstol July. The Hebrews of Kufdand are discussing the advisability of uatlierlmr historical icllcs connecti'd with tholr faith In that country and holding an exhibition. A Chinese boy at Pckln , connected with ono of the missions , recently repeated the entlie Xuw Testament without missing a woid or making a mistake. Itt'v , Kdward Hiukur.stetlison , ot the bishop of Kxutur , has nivon up a very connortablu mrlsli In Sull'olk , Kn/land. to go out as iv missionary biUinpol Japan. Tliuro are to-day In India , laboring side by side , representatives of thirteen dllt'urotit sections of the church , European and Amer ican. holding the reformed luith In thu Pres byterian form of church covernmont. The KITH church Presbytery of Edinburgh by a lame majority has voted in favor of dis establishment and dlhoudowiiicut. They do not wish the established church ot Scotland , I'rosbyterlan , to have any advantage over thi'in , The Episcopal church In Canada is now Dealing Its centenary In the approaching one hundredth anniversary of thu creation of thu bishopric of Nova Scotia. It Is proposed to mark the event by thu erection of a cathe dral at Halifax. The Piesbytery of Indian Territory reports - ports for the jwst year an Increase ot ' . ' 4 per 3im t In churches , Sa per cent In church mem- jershlp , Cfl per cent In Sunday school mem- bt-rbhip , and S5 percent In tlie total amount of coiitrlliutions. Thu Catholie children of Europe and Euro pean descent , by their own prayers and alms. [ irnctiro the bapl'sm ' of between 400,000 and iOO.OOO i > ajau children every year , besides lidping the linns to feed , clotbu and educ-ato nearly 100.00U rescued boys and girls. Tliu four new bishops elected by the Meth odist conference were ordained at Richmond , Va. , on ilay JW. They ar r. William Wal lace Duncan , n native of Vlfuitila , but for several years past of the South Carolinaeaur leriMiee ; Dr. C. IJ. ( iallowny , a native ot Mis sissippi und editor of the New Orleans Chris tian Advocate ; Rev. Kugoue R. llondrix. born In Mlssouil nnd incident of Central college at Fayette , In that state , and Rev. Joseph - soph S , Key , n Georgian by birth ami belong ing to the south ( icorgl.t conference. Dr. Key is 67 years of ago. : Dr. Duncan 47 ; Dr , Ualloway aiamlMr. llendrlxsy. Before buying get prices at the Contrail tiuiuber Yurd , UJtu and Califowiia. C. Hi Lapp , examiner of customs re ports , is in town looking over tlie books of Custodian Campbell. Absolutely Pure. Tlil iMiiritci'iiover vnrlos. A marvel of purl ty , stron.iftli .in. ) wliolusoinoin' " " . Morn peon ninlciil tlmu tin1 urdlnnry Minis , nnil rminot lie mlil In competition vlth thu miillttmlu or low test , pluirt w < 'lht ( , alum or pho | > lmtc pmvdors , fold only In < > ! ins. HovAt. IIAKINO i'owncu Co. , 4C8 WnllSt.Now Vork. 131h St , Cor. Capitol Avenue , 1X111 TUB TnEATSIKNT or AM. Chronic & Hrgrjal Diseases. DR. MoMENAMY. Proprietor. Silicon yi-iiiD1 llosnliiil und 1 rivutu I'ruuice Wulmvu ( ho fiicilltU' * , n | > pmitii : * nnd runtillrs for the snccci'-f ill trcnlincnt of ery fiirm of dla- rn o rcnulrlns cither medical or nurglcnl trcntmcm , nnd hivitonll toroincunil Invtstl atoforthomsolvca or corrceporrl wltliv.s. 1.0113 cxpcrienco In trait- limcnscs by IcttiT cimblcs us to treat many cm > eg scicntinc.illv without pcolnir them. WniTU i''OH C'lKCULAIt on ncformltlci nnd Ilrarp * , Club Fuct , Curvnturci of the Kphiu , 1)I9KA E3 op VOMEN' . I'lles , Tnmnrx , Cniicers , Catarrh , IJronchiiic , Inhnlallon , lllcctriclty , I'nral- ysls , llplleppy , Kidney. Uic , liar , Skin , Illood nnd nil stirslcnl opcralloiiK. ltitt < < rlcs. InlinlcrH. Uriicrs , Trnn i'H , nnd nil kinds of Meillcnl and Surgical Aiiiuucef | ; ! , man- ufiictnrcd nnd for ealo The only reliable Medical Institute making Private , vSneciBl i Nervous Disease ; . * A SIMJCJAf.TY. AM. CONTAOIOl'3 AND lll.OOD PISEASES. from whiitcverciiuso produced. siicccsfftillytri.'itPd. \Vo can remove Syphilitic polsoi : from the cyeleir. without mercury. Ne'.v restorative trcntinmt for loss of vital power. AU , COMMUNICATIONS CONFIOKXTIAI. Cull and consult us or Bend name nnd post-oll'icc mldress plainly .vihten cnclwo ptumi > , nnd we will fond you , In iilnlnrrapiivr , our PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEf fl'OV I'ltlVATC , Sl'lX'IAI. AND MER OtiJ DlSBASKS. SsMiNAr. WFAKNES * , HrcsMATor.Kinn luroi'EN- rv , Svriiius. IJoNonmnni , OLHET , VAIIICOCEI.B , HTiUfi-unE , AKU AII. lnrAsn or TIIK GEN1T3- UmNAitr ORGAN ; , or tend history of your cute fur nil opinion. Persona unnblot ) vlft iia may lie treated at tliclr home ? , by eci ropondoncc. Mcillcir.ru nr.il Instru ments tent In- mall or express SKCUHKLY 1'AC'Iv El ) FIIOM OlltlliHVATIO.V. no inr.ika tolndlcaU conttntH or eendcr. Oiw personal Intcrvleu' prn. ferrcil If con\ciiiciit. riftyrooma for thn oi-coiit- ; nodattnn of palk'ntn Hoard nnd attendance at rcasonablu pilcce. Addritu all I.ctteia to Medical and Surgical Institute. ' 'or. lthFl rnfl no l Avn . OMAHA. H.-'B. t J Millar d Hotel Block , Omaba , Neb. k " I : ommission Business. Have Jiiiproveil and Unimproved property in all parts of Omtlialia.ve ; . tlie most desirable Farms and land Lands in Nebraska and Iowa. Splendid Rrick Store it ml Hold , 111 rooms , in South Omnlia $ Splendid residence lot in .Milturd Place , convenient ( o business ; cheap at ' ! l,000 Kastluill'of lotM , Hurt1 Oak. 100x150 feetbargain ; at ; t , oo Hnsinoss block on ittli street , between Douglas and Dodge , cheap 18,000 Will exchange for Omaha property or Nebraska land , splendid brick store , with stock of goods , in live town in Nebraska , on railroad 8,000 Half block in WcstOmulm O.ftOO . Lot in lltiineom Place ioo , Two lots in Lowe's addition 1.-4S5 Splendid residence lot in Keycs' addition , near 'JOth and Hartley streets 1,500 House and lot in Idle wild , near cars J.OOO Elegant property , 21d und Douglas , paying good rental ; a bargain New and payiugstcam Itollcr , at Scotia , d'reeley county , Nebraska ; ntabnrjrain ' Lots in Kilby Place , Kirkwood's Redick's 2d Add. , Himebaugh. and Saunders Add. , Howe's Add. S. E. ' Add. Claren . , . . Rogers' . , don and other elioice locations , at bar gains and easy terms. 100 feet square s.w. cor. Virginia aiidPop- pleton Aye. , very desirable for a home , $3ooo. House and lot in "West Omaha , $ l,8oo. House and lot in Hanscom Place , $5ooo. BRANCH OF OKEIOA.G-O , In addition to our large stock of Steam and Gas Fitter's and Plumber's supplies , we have a full stook of Rubber Hose , Hose Reels , Lawn Sprinklers , Etc. 1206 Douglas st. , Omalia , Neb. _ _ _ * . * . r - * JLYX.L1 JL JL'I i -r\ LEADING BEAL ESTATE DEALER , S. W. COK. 15111 AM > FAKXAM , OMAHA. Property of every description for sale in all parts of the city. Lands lor sale in county in Nebraska. A complete set of Abstracts of Titlm of Douglas County kept. Maps of the City , State or county , or any other information desired furnished frco of dmrtro upon application. DEWEY & STONE , I Ono of the Best and Largest Stocks in the United States to Select From , OMAHA , NEB. M. BURKE & SONS , LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS , GEO. UTJItKK , Manager , UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB. ' ' , , NV.li. Kearnny National IIEFEHKNCRS : Merclmnts' nnd Fanners' Hank David City ; Bank , Kearnov , Nub. ; tiiluinbiw State Hunk. Columbus , Nub. ; .McDonald's liniilc , Norlli I'latto , Ni'b. ; Omaha National Hank , Omaha. Neb. , . , , , . . , . Will pay customers' draft witli bill of lading attached lor t\vo-tlirds ! value of stock. I All I I IMA K THE BESTTHREAD FOR SEWING MACHINES SIX-CORD SOFT FINISH SPOOL COTTOli Full Aosortment for solo to the Trade by VINYARD & SCHNEIDER Fine Business Lots at the South End , and Rp3iitifni RpQiflrpnpp I ntc I ouduuiua nuoiUvBii/u / LUIO In the north end of this Town. Two and one half inilca from the Omalia i office , ± , ooo Lots. ( TuLInu Into consideration tlio streets aii'l ' alloys ) , anil nro sold One Quarter Down , Bulunccln 1 , 2unit 3 years nt 7 tier cent. The Finest Suburban Lots , Around Omaha. KO feet nbovolhn Mhwirl Itlvor. Nowhere else about Omaha are locato'l inch . Fomo hltes for .Modest , Medium nrKlepint linmoJ. Investigate Dili nnd tccuro nuuio of llili line propartr. Before a Higher Appraisement is made. DON'T IIHUKVK a word oflils until you Imvo thoroughly InTOitUnto 1 it. Tlmt thin properly Is only two aud ono lulf mlloi Jruin Omali.i1. Liuinon ccntor. Thin llKMillltiulols hl h. 1'lnil the location U boiiutlfiil , Tlmt miiilo | trees urn pluntDd on each sliln of the "troeti. Tlmtoiicli lot contains Si.UTlBQiiiira foot with 2J fojl alloy. That tlio ttrects nro a ) nnd liTJioot nllo , Tlinl thcio HID tlx dummy trnliiH each way , hn Moi tliorunlir tritni. Tliat thu Uri'ft cars run Ki wltliln ono Imlf lullo of thuro. That tlio Urcctntra will rim there this oar. That tliu pi leu U ono llilr.l loss than Is apkn.l for property thn 4 imi 'Hit I'UJ ' In otlw That the lots nro ono Ililril larucr than moat othcrv Tliat they iiro hacked hy n yndlo.ito ropruiontm f 11,9)1.111 , ) , That Iliprolnis already hoon oxiundod | bot.vcon < l , < llllinl ' ) : ) . ) ) ) . . That then ) It a line ey tem or witerworl < , iuruUlilii.parJ iprln ; iV4jr , That the nillivuyi nil center tlioro. Tlmt onth Omaliii Is n town of Itself. Thatlt liaBltsovrn poitotlico. That It ban ltd own railway HI lUo.-i. Tlmt U lias 111 on uuirf papjr , In Fact tbnirceryt bins toraalia the property tlio very but luylrij ln/or.utn' In Iliil'Eifitl tlty. Look Into It. Examine It Carefully Don't Buy a Lot. Until you are convinced that thcro li no poMlMty of incnrr'nn c ! oi . Tbvlnu tr.roe rc Uoncniot ; ar 1 one mllD this eldu ( directly norili ) o ! tlie l-'Mox STUCK VAI'.IJ. ' . wboro are Iucalo4 th ) 33CC1 , Is a.eliilsi.s' a.i.cl 23ce5 Wblch In ten years will be Ihe I.AKflKST I.NM1USTIIV In tlio went nnd will make propnrty worth per a fee Tibat liuownikail torn l"t. 'J'hoilralnaxoof llioiibovo Initltutlons i pcrfeciaiiJ Hu uutlilruu : tliutoim THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LOTS AHE SIMPLY PERFECT. Any real c tate UKI-III will sell you lots. Man with hone ntvl carrHiiso t the lllobi-Journal oUice. at ttu ' J-uranul"Suulti Oiui'.lu. liasmapt anJ price ll u anJ l > ul.viy rouJy t < j jluw profcriy. Fur tuttturlu. ftiruiatioii ui | . rriio I U and ilObtrlptlye rliculara. wddrcn * , MILLARD HOTEL BLOOK. Omaha , Nebraska ,