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NEARLY NINETY THOUSAND ,
That is the Tlgnro Tbat Indicates Omaba'c Present Population , HIS BEST GIRL JILTED HIM. A Mnn With tlio Bunkos Mn.or | llnali'n I < o 8 An Old Imiulinnrk OddH nntl inds : Other liocnl Noted. Otnnhn'H Population. J. M.Volfc , the Omahadirectory man , Is sending the mnttor destined to appear in tills jcur's directory to tlio printers ns fast us It can bu nindo ready. It Is ex pected tlml tlio book will bo given to the public in tlio latter part of April. The directory will show n great stride made In the population of Omaha during the y ar past , nn increase of about 15,000 people. A great deal of extra labor has been used in getting accurate informa tion ns to the residence and names of the residents of the city , and emplojes are still at work canvassing for new comers or for thoio who' have changed their addresses or arc about to do so. .Mr. Wolfe would like new comers and such to leave their name at his ollice , ISO South Fourteenth street , so the directory will bo complete and reli able. In addition to the names , in an al phabetical manner , there will be a syste matic numerical directory.numbers being arranged consecutively on each street with the names of occupants. The ad vantage of this system will bo readily ap preciated by Dusincss men who intend advertising in a given locality. In the old part of town but few changes have been made in the names of streets and avenues or in the method of arranging them. In the newer portions , however , in the many additions being platted , the broken thoroughfares are all called avenues. The thoroughfares that run to a considerable extent or through , arc denominated streets. There is a marginal index enabling the seeker to find in a moment the letter sought and the persons name. The book will bo bcVel-cdgo and gilt covered. Several re liable men have been employed canvass ing the city , and each house on each avenue , alley and street has been visited. In 1800 Air. Wolto did the work almost all by himself in six weeks. The work now is immense and intricate. Each name , with the address and business , is placed on a separate slip of paper. These aio pasted on a long slip , with about a do/.cn on each. The population last year was about 70.-110 , this year it will bo over 85,000. The directory will also contain a vast fund of miscellaneous information , giving a very intelligent idea of the largo increase in the great business industries of the city. _ UNUEQU1TKO tiOVE. It Drive-Hit Younc Man to Coin ml t a Knsh Act. Joseph Lowe.a clerk who has been em ployed in S. 1' . Morse's store , took a heavy dose of morphine yesterday afternoon with suicidal intent , lie was discovered in an unconscious con dition by a friend , who found him at liis room in tlio Cummings & Nelson block on Thirteenth street south of Howard. Dr. Luckc was summoned , pumped the young man out and the chances are that ho will recover. The cause of the act is said -to l > o the fact that his afl'ectionsfor ayoung woman named Ida Murray were scorn fully received by that damsel. When she heard of his taklnc the morphine , she came to his room and announced that she would take euro of him. Several reporters and a policeman tried to enter the room , but she had bar ricaded the door and repulsed them by a deluge of water thrown over the trans om. CASE. The SufTcrlncs of a Man Affected With tlio Hnakes. George Clark , a man of good connec tions and former high repute in this city , was committed to the county jail by Judge Stenborg yesterday morning to wear off the cilects of a long debauch. The un fortunate man surrendered himself nt the city jail Sunday night asking protection from some imaginary pursuers. Ho was Jockcd up in a cell and treated to a dose of medicine. If the drug was prescribed as a nerve sedative the ministering phy sician either misapprehended its nature or did not know his patient. Clark swal lowed the first spoonfull willingly and tried to submit to its soothing effects. Ho crawled to a bench and lay down. After a few fidgits , n cockroach was attracted to him and mounted upon the upturned toes of his feet. Tlio cockroach was of the ordinary pattern , save that it measured 12 by 18 inches , snd had eyes as big as silver dollars lars , that glowed like the grate of a base- burner stove. Clark saw It , and shifted quarters to the other side of the cell. He remained there unmolested for a few moments when along came a rat. There was nothing remarkable about this rat save that its tail was a half yard long , and its whiskers as wide and luxurious as the board of a buccaneer. When it leaped upon Clark's stomach it struck like n ten-pound weight. This was too much for the persecuted man , and ho gave expression to his feelings m wails , shouts , prayers , back somersaults , flip- Haps , and other features of ground and lofty tumbling. Then ho was besot with pleasant fancies , and told about them in a high voice to the delight of the sleepy guardsmen. Ho thought that ho was shot full of lead and was going to bo the sinker to a trout-lino. Ho beliovcd that his wife had been murdered , and it be hooved him to go and "lay her out. " Several of the cruel policemen then sawed both his feet off and shoved the bleeding stump ? into shoes stuffed with briars. In this wise his gentle fancy ran nil night , and as ho gave loud voice to his imaginary grief and injuries , the effect is better imagined than described. Ho was about the sumo this morning , perhaps a little worse with his bugs , rats , hobgob lins , tortures and bereavements , nimbui for the blessed power of opiates would be doing concert in the county jail even to this houi. IjAXDMAHKB L.KAVINO. Twelfth ana Farnom Sttcctn Furnish "IteiiilnlBcenco Dcnth. " Tlio work of doniollshinc tbe old brick building on the southwest corucr of Far nnm and Twelfth streets , and the little wooden one "next door" west of the las nnrncd thoroughfare , suggests to old cltl zcns miuiy memories. The ordinary passer-by will only say "more improve monts"-"thlrd bank building already started this year , " "great town , " this etc. The pioneer cltlrcu will remembei nt once that this was the location ot tlio first strong bank of Omaha evei in the famous "wild cat days. " Hero tin Western Exchange Fire and Marino In surunco company , the leading bank Ing institution m this city am Nebraska at that time did thi largest business. The Hon. Loro.y K. Tuttlu was cashier , and the Hon. A U. Wytnan teller of the uank in those dayi. Since that time both ot thogon tlcmcn have been treasurers of th UniUd Status at Washington. The laite prominent banker of this .city Hero , too. the old ferry company had Its ollicc , with finoB Lowe. Jesse Lowe , ( the first mayor of this city ) , Frank Murphy , now president of the Merchants' baiik.uml of the gas company , etc. , etc. , then the Ferry company's secretary. The Chic ago k Northwestern had Its first ollices In this building , and it was memorable all around. It is doubtful if n brick could bo disturbed without making an old citix.cn say , "That reminds mo. " The building was erected in ISj't , nnd certainly was entitled to be called "a brick pioneer. " The little wooden building next door has also its history. Here many prominent commercial enterprises started. Among These may bo mentioned , Creighton & Morgan. John A. Creighton , of the firm , says : "Wo sold $70,000 worth of goods from that store in one week , but wo had to have the bulk on the street. McXanmra & Lucas , the well known liquor dealers , afterwards on Fourteenth street , started horo. Soil Is the old land mark buildings arc disappearing. UAILUOAD NEWS. The Intof-Stato Commerce Law Calls Out n Circular Notes. The IntcT-stnto act goes into effect April 1 , of course , and the Union Pacific is making preparations for the rigid en forcement of the clause pertaining to passes. The following ciicular was ex tensively mailed yesterday : Dear Sir : This company Is advised bv counsel that tlio Inter-state commerce law prohibits the Issuance of all f ice passes , ex cepting to lailtoatl ollicers nnd employi > sand that those Issued prior to tlio net cannot lo yally bo honored. The penalties Imposed lor any violation of tholaw nro so severe that until othcnvlso construed by the commis sioners or the couits , the directors of this company do not tcel justified In assuming any risks , and I am therefore reluctantly compelled to icqucst the return of the pass ( ) Issued jou for this year on or before April 1st next. S. It. OAI.I.AWAY , Second Vlce-t'rcsldcnt. A niHMCALUTHO1UTY. . The Union Pacific passenger depart ment claims that the now regulation pro hibiting the issuance of passes is well grounded on biblical teachings. The following spirited lines have been posted in the local ollico : Thou shall not pass. Numb. , xx. , 18. tsuller not n man to pass. Judges , III. , 28. The wicked shall no more pass. Naluini , I. , 5 , None shall over onss. Isaiah , xxxlv. , 10. This generation shall not pass. Mark , xlii. , BO. Though they roar , yet shall they not pass. Jcr. , 11. , 42. So ho paid the fare and went Jonah , I. , 3. Till : TKLKOItAI'H DKl'AUTJIKST. The telegraph department of the Union Pacific will shortly remove into now and commodious quarters which arc now being fitted up in the cast wing , adjoin ing those occupied by Car Service Agent Thompson and his men. When these quarters are occupied the department will be equipped with more instruments and moro num. The present quarters and force are much too small. NOTES. Travelling Passenger Agent Green , of tbo Union Pacific , left lor Sioux City yesterday afternoon. Miss Mansfield , stenographer for Pas senger Agent J. W. Morse , of the Union Pacific , returned yesterday from Chicago. fix-General Manager Callaway , of the Union Pacific , will remain in the city , all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. His duties as second vice-president will not call him to Boston. MAJOR HASH'S LOSS. He Will Have to Make It Good to the Government. The BEE of Sunday contained an ac count of the very smooth manner in which United States Paymaster D. N. Bash was robbed of a valise containing $7,500 in cash , at Antelope station , Wyoming. The affair occurred while he was on his way to pay off the troops at FortMcKinnoy. Yesterday General Brock received a telegram from Bash , stating that ho was pressing hard upon the scoun drel's traij with every prospect of speed ily capturing him. Tlio focal military authorities say that unless Bash does succeed in capturing the follow and re covering the mpnoy.ho will have to make good the loss himself , inasmuch as it was caused by his own carelessness. The only way ho can escape a repayment of the loss is to secure the passage of a special act of congress , providing for his relief. nULitilNGBUICK. A Combination to Ualse the Price of RnlldliiK Material. A number of local building contractors are raising complaint against an alleged co-operative brick monopoly which they claim exists hero. They say that the brick makers who also contract for building are in league with the brick makers exclusively engaged in that line , to bull the price of brick from the reasonable enable rate of $7 and $8 to the exorbitant price of $13.50. The builders further say that this figure for material exceeds the value of brick in the wall , and will either force them from the field of industry or rob them of living profits. The con tractors arc making efforts to break the combination , and call upon the property holders , who are jointly interested , to as sist them. A boycott of the co-operators is threatened. Valuable Horse Injured. Sherman nvcnno witnessed a lively run away on Saturday evening. A well known citizen was driving his pacer , which is considered the fastest in the west , when a wheel came off the light wngnn. The liorso started on n high lly gait from n point near the junction of Clark street. At Nicholas street the horse fell which enabled several bystanders to stop any further running. Then it was discovered that the tendons of one of the .hind legs was completely severed. The animal is one of tlio most valuable in Omaha and wus removed to Dr. S. J. Chamber's veterinary hospital. Yesrtcday the doctor says the horse will bo fully re stored if nothing uufor.scon occurs. As this is the leading pacer of the west horsemen arc pnxlous to get the latest news of its condition. Informations Filed. District Attorney Simeral yesterday filed an information in the district court against Fred Rico , who Is charged with an assault upon George Hold with intent to commit murder. Hold it may bo rem embered , was the watchman at Ham mond's packing house who was one morning discovered m nn unconscious condition , bruised , bleeding and nearly dead. Rico was afterwards arrested foe the crime nnd it has since been discov ered , it is alleged , that ho assaulted Hold because the latter hud supplanted him aa watchman. Mr. Simeral also filed an information Rgalnst 0.11. Taylor for forging.and one against Ulliccr White for the killing ol James Iticlmrdsou , the bricklayer. Telegraph Inspection , The Western Union Telegraph com pany Is making its annual Inspecting tour , and the party comprising tlio com mlttco is In Omaha , In its very com plctoly equipped special car. There arc Colonel K. C. Clowry , vlco president am general superintendent of the company F. H. Tubbs , Illinois superintendent will headquarters at Chicago ; M. C. Bristol superintendent of construction , and J , J Diokoy , who has his headquarters k Omaha. The party has been to St. Louis Kansas City , Atchlson , Topeka and Law rence. Yesterday afternoon the car am party loft for Caicago. , . ODDS AND ENDS. Stray Lcnvcs From A Ituportor's .Vote Ilook. "Thn la/lcst man in Omahi , or No- > raska , for that matter,1' said Malinger olin Donnelly , of the American District Telegraph company the other day , "I dis- ovcred this morning. I don't know his name though 1 wish sincerely that I did. io was on the first floor of the Paxton uilding tlio other day nnd for some 'eason the elevator boy , who was on the ftli story did not respond to his call , 'ho man immediately sent for a messen ger , dispatched him'up stairs to the fifth lory and had the elevator sent down. " * . "The real secret of Lieutenant Powell's udden dissolution and death has not been satisfactorily brought out , " re- narked n gentleman last night. "I was vitli him n good deal , " ho continued , 'whilo ho was awaiting the organization if the Union Pacific weather bureau , and know whereof I speak. During his onnccllon with the signal tor vice in Vashlnuton , as a prediction olliccr , 'owoll was obliged to keep irregular lours , being up both late at night and arising early in the morning , in order to nako his predictions trom the observa- ions. He made a first-class record as a ircdiction olliccr , that cannot be gain- aid. But it was at the expense of his icalth. He contracted 'insomnia , ' or Icoplossness a sickness which is often as dangerous and dilllcult to shako off as ho most mallirnanl maladies. While in Omalia ho suffered terribly from it. This , ouplcd with the fact that in trying to nako till for loss of .sleep ho drank leavily , led to the breaking down in his ystem , which shortly preceded his death.1 * % There is an old colored man in Omaha named "Mike , " who is quito a character. Ic is of uncertain ago. Having served n long time in slavery during the earlier part of his life , ho could probably not wear that ho was of any given ago. Ho manages to maka a fair living by taking care of rooms in the different down-town ) locks , washing windows , etc. Years o "Miko" was janitor ol the old Acad- smy of Music , now bolter known as ihe . 'eople's theater. It was while Bandc- mann , the German tragedian , was piay- ng nt this resort , that Mike had a gcnu- no ghost scare. The company one night tad played "Hamlet. " Some of the boys letcrmincd to play upon the superstition of "Alike" for ho was liberally endowed herewith in common with the people of us race. They persuaded the man who ilaycd the part of the ghost of Hamlet's 'atlier to retain his spectral habilimontH after the IIOUFO was empty and the lights were extinguished and rush out upon the colored janitor. The practical joke was ) orfectJy carried out. Mike was crossing : ho stage , tallow dip in hand , prepara tory to going out the side door when the ; host of Hamlet's ancestor bore down ipon him. The negro dropped his can- die with a shriek of terror which could be heard on Fif teenth street and jumped into tlio row ) i orchestra chairs. In his wild flight , lie knocked down ti bass-viol , which as it fell to the floor , ran a gamut of wild unearthly notes. This added to the ter ror of Mike , who with a series of blood curdling yells disappeared down the front stairs. To this day ho has hardly recov ered from the flight of "dat ar ghost. " A Pusitlvo Prom Justice. Justice Anderson yesterday issued and delivered to Deputy United States Marshal Allen a warrant for the arrest of Charles Johnson , a fugitive from Iowa justice who is now supposed to be in hiding in this city. Johnson is , or was , a liquor Jcalcr in DCS Moincs , In. , nnd disobey ing certain provisions of the law , was ar rested. Ho was released on bail and shortly after skipped the town , default ing the bonds. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tliispowder nevervaries. A marvel ol purity.strength and wholesomeness. More economic than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the mul titude of low test , short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.1106 Wall street , New York. Nebraska National Bank OMAHA , NEBRASKA. Paid up Capital . $260,000 Surplub . 40,000 II. W. Yates , President. A. E. Toir/nlin , v'ioo President. W. H S. Hughes , Cashier. W. V. Morse , John S. Collins , H.W.Yates , Lewis S. Reed. A. E. Touzalin. BANKING OFFICE : THE IKON BANK , Cor. lUth and Farnam Sts. A General Banking Business Transacted. Red Star Line Carry Ing the Delirium Royal nnd United States Hull , sailing- every futurilny Bet wcin intwirp t Niw York To thelthine , Germany , Italy , Hol land and France , L" Salon from | 00 to $ " & . Excursion trip from 1110 to 9121. Bc-cond Cabin , outwnrU bound , (45 prepaid , (45 ; excursion , 190. Steerage pajeafri at low rule * . Peter Wrlirut Si Sons , uencra Agenta , 55 Broadway , New York. llonry 1'undt , 1218 farnarndt. ; Paulson St Co. 1123 Farnam BU ; D. O. Freeman. W-i Furnum. DREXEL & MAUL , Successors to Jno. G. Jacobs. A.\D EMIIAL.MKKS. At the oldstana 1407 Farnam st. Ordem bytelegraph solicited and promptly at- UndetTlo , Tel plion No. W , SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT Our Spring and Summer Suits are daily arriving and within a few days we will be able to exhibit the most complete line ever shown in Omaha. "VVe quote no particular style or price , simply ask an inspection of the various lines we carry , and believe wo can interest you in make , quality and prices. In Spring Overcoats we carry an elegant line of all shades. One bargain in particular we offer , is a fine imported Melton , silk lined all through , at § 14.75. This overcoat cannot be duplicated for less than $20.00 in any establishment in Omaha. We call particular attention to our Boys'and Children's Suitsof which we have just re ceived about one thousand. Among them we have 150 Norfolksuits , in sizes from 4 to 13 years , strictly all wool cheviot , with double , seat and double stitched , usually called "rough and tumble" suits. We sell them at $2.95 and they are the best wearing suit ever introduced. We invite inspection of these suits whether you wish to purchase or not. All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price at Nebraska Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th sts. , Omaha. MADE ON HONOR AND PERFECT IN EVERY RESPECT llieonly Machine that will sew bacltwanls and forwards equally well , and the Lightest liunniny Sewing Machine in existence. The Union Sewing : Machine We desire energetic and in Nebraska , Colorado , Wyoming , Dakota and Western Iowa. If you arc looking for a cheap Machine , don't answer thl * advertisement , but if you want to handle the best Sewing Machine that money can buy , address for particulars. 209 N , I6tii Si , , Onialia , Neb , Mention Omaha lice. OMAHA itt 13th St. , Cor. Capltof AunH * . * OR TH TnATOINT OP ti.1. Chronic It Surgical Diseases. ftiiteen yearruoipital an'd Prlrifto f recuct Wo bare the facilities , apparatus and remedies for the encceuful treatment of ev rjr form of die- raie requiring cither medical or lurglcal treatmeat , find Inute nil to cnme and Inreitlgato for themiclrea or correspond with ui. Long experience In treatIng - Ing caiee by letter eonblei us to treat mancaiet icientiacAtfy without leelnr them , WRITE FOH CIRCULAR on Deformltlei and Dracea , Club Feet , Curraturee of the Splue DIIEAIM OF WOMIH , Piles , Tumors , Cancer' , Catarrh , Bronchltli , Inhalation , Electricity , 1'nral. Till , Xpllepiy , Kidney , Bye , Ear , Bklu , Blood and all euffflcal operatloni. Uatterlea. Inbalere , Rracea , Trnmei , anl .ill kind * of Medical and Surgical Appllauccs , ui > r. < ufactured and for dole. The onljr rillaWo Medical Inttitute miking Private , Spicial : | Nenous Diseases ' rA BPKCIAI.TY. AI.L CONTABIOU8 AND BI.OOD DI8BA8KS , from wbatorer cause produced , succciifally trfstcil Wa can remove SjpLllUlo poliou from the ijttum without mercury. New reitoratlrttreatment for Ion of rltal power ALT , COMMUNICATIONS CUNFIUUNTIAI , Call and coniultu * or lend came and pott-office addrcia plainly .written endow itamp , and we will lend TOO , In Wain wrapper , our PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEtf UPON PKIVATI , BPXCIIL ANU Nixroua IJIIIAIKH , SlHINAL WfAKlmi , fiFinilATOBBIKXt , lnrollN- cr , Srrniui , QowoaRuon , GLUT , VAKICOCII i , BTBIOTDRI , ANB AM. uitniit or THI QUNITO- UKIHABT OROAMI ; or tend blitorjr of your caie for au opinion. Teraoni unable to Tint ni may be treated at tlielr bomee , bycarremndence. Medlclneiandluitrw- menti lent by mall or expreia SECURELY TACK ID VRO1I OBaUtVATION. no mark ! lo Indicate ton ten U or lender. One pcrional Intcrylfw pro f erred If convenient. Fifty roomi for the accom modation of patient * Board and attendance tt reaeonable piteei , Addren * 11 Letter ! ko Omalia Medical and Surgical institnte , Cor. 13th SI. ne-CanlUMie. . OMAm-C B , DR. OTTERBOURG , Oor. 13th and Dodce Bin. . Omaha , Neb. - A R ful rGrtJait lD Mfdlrlut Ortr U jri practlci ; 10 ID Ktnui CUT. Ho. An. tbarluil t tr 4t all chronic , Nortoui and ' HpwUl DtittMi. " eemlnilT kntil INIrht Losi t ) , f * sntl Debllltv ( leu of Miual ow r ) , htrroui DtlllHj , Ac. rurei eukrtntMd or moLtj r luDJ J. f rh rlav. . Thaai Dili ol t i i cured. Iip < fl c * It lmx > rt > nl. All nodlelnx r diloru.e No mercury or Injnrloui cn Jlctnei nitJ. Ko tfim lott from builnei * . rtlant ta dl.l nr tntlxl by l iur > nd ipr McdlclDM > ent i rj h r ( itifmia or brAkMT * . ffuu jruur cat * Knd n4 fortermi. milUtton m * and conOd ntl l , ptrionallj or br l ll r. OFFICE INTER-STATE COMMERCE ACT MAILED 10 Oexm AOENI * WANTKD. T \ 3. W. JOHNSON & Co. , Utt Cbctuiut SU t I C. S. RAYMOND , RELIABLE JEWELER , Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware The largest stocK. Prices the lowest. Repairing a specialty. rkwarrauti- 4. Corner Douglas and lr th streets , Oraah * . Licensed Watchmaker for the Union Pacific Railroad air- DEWEY & STONE FURNITURE A magnificent display of everything useful and ornamental in the furniture- maker's art , at reasonable prices. THE 75th GRAND DRAWING , MARCH 20th. XO IILA.VKS. BIG PHIZES OK ItEWAltDS ! One Million Distributed Every Year HE AUOU.UUL YCEO INTSUK 8T MONKV DIVIUKIi AMONO A FKW J.UCKY HOV 1IOI.UKUS KVEBV 3 AIUNTIIS. Only $2.00 required to secure one Royal Italian 100 francs gold bond. These bonds participate in four drawings ever/ year ar.d retain their original value until the year 1944. Prizes of 2,000,000 1,000,000 , 500.00J , 250,000 , &c. francs will be drawn , besides the certainty of receiving back 100 francs in gold , you may win 4 times cvcrv Tlili vcfiF Is ni * nfp , nnd fie best. Investment ov r offorcd , ai the lnvo ted . money . mu t be paid back when bond in" tires. 8 id fortlrcular * J It will p y you to do. or sen. j.Mir ordeM . with money or roBistorcd letter , or postal notes , Hiid in return we will lorwmdtne ilocumonts. BiiCIl.IIAXIiI. : \ CO. , : I05 Broadway , IVew York City. N. U. These bonds are not lottery tickets , and tbu sale lujallr ponnlttod In tU U. 8 , by law of 1878. _ The G. E , Mayne Eeal Estate and Trust Co , N. VT. COB. 15th AND JIARN Y , OMAHA. Property of every description for sale in all parts of th oltr. Lands foe nalo In ecry county In N k gET QF ABSTBAOM O/Titica of Douglas county kept. Mans of the city state or oountjr , or any ot li or formation desired furnished free of charge upon application. _ nATAItnil. TbeGrjaiacrmaB MOHE a po "l < FMsMmplt NO nackaet anil book ( or 4 cenli U L V. JUEUICALC0 Cloreluilil liny ttallloni , FOR SALE "Herbf Ilor" aiM "i.cnoml _ _ , - ClDvcluuil , " rlnltix 3 un < l 4 jenr old , brd In Canada nn4 t cordcd In Canadian Find Hook. 1'ilcuiremnrkuble.terini io pllpuri.imif n , Aaaieu , J. 'i. lJAj.buu > t > oa , SPECIAL [ Continued from Scwnt/i JVtgi ] I GKNUINK T\UaATNS-T\TO corner lotT nT * " ' ' f Ilurdotlocourt , only 4 blocks from Sntm * der's street onra. W. .M , lltnliirmn , Uoota 1QL : Uuihman UlocK , M 13 cor Utb nduoiiKlM. t ML- INB1I1K I'llOPKHTY-Wo hnvo nn\o \ jxioil lit- sldo nrororty nt n bnrKnln , 1'lorco k Iog- ( ort , 1611 DoOffo fitroot. onih will oocuro 100 BCIO of flrct ring * $100 furmlnRlnml In eastern Nebraska tmlntica Torv lotifr tlmo mid no tftxri for 'M years. Th 0. 1. Un\ls uompnuy , 1605 rnrnnm at. Wl n 15 i _ LOOK HIUIK A very dcalrnlile trncTof Uiul for platting. oHciod for a few day * only. * 1'or further Inlnrmntirmcnltnt the Union Na tional llftiiK.'JUt ) mull Kith fit , 2.12 MAC " " AC li A N CIJ for InvoMtnriiK. ( Hbscm , Alo8\rortb A. Ilpiijnmln , " " " 8t Hot In Imp. Ass'n. 47x111 , with zlmmll"1 * houses . I 3,009 1 lot In Itnwtlioriie , 43xIO , > . cor 'tlilnitii Davenport , Ith D room nnusc.clstcrn , well , etc. very cany terms . . . . . 3.SXJ Hot In Hillside 2 < 1 mid . i SIK llotln lloilfnril I'lnco.fiUtlSS . 7i ; Hot In HltchL'cK'k'8 lit mill , MUISI . . . 700 1 lot In I.owo'8 1st ndd , 00x120 , witli liniipti 1,750 114 lots In ShlimV 1st add , 75xirw , Cftid- wHI et . . . . . 3,700 llotlnHodlclc'8 niM , C2xlK ! , Half How ard H ( . MOO .Mots In West Side , 5tlV , barn nml fruit tri'i-s . . . 3,100) ) C-room lieu o and lot N , 1'tli ct. , need ttcllnnd chtoni . 0,600 , Komit/e 4th ndd , lot f , liluck n slv room house , well , cistern barn , Ac . 4,000 ItlmulmiiRh A ratlursou sub-lot 10 , block 2. contract . 650 120 ft on St. Mary's nvo , with 2 9-toom housi" , gnu and wntcr , will subdlvmo. ! I" , ( W 40 ft on St. Mary's nvo but , 19th nml SOtli l..OOfl Choice lot In Oinnhn Vluw . 030 122 ft on lOttist. nunr rnrnnin . 70,009' Slots. 00x27 , LOMO'R add , 4-room house , cellar , \\ollnndOO-foot barn , price . . . . " ,00 l.VJ i Otn II Insldo South Omaha property. Then Olson * or .Ins Vore , ownorn. ! 114 8 l5tli St. , Sil tloor bo * tweon I'arnitm nmlHnrnoy. _ ii. ' > 4 n 1 F OR SALE-KIno corner lot In Ambler Place , 11,000. J. L. lllco ic Co. KU Jli. RICH Ac CO.nre solo Hgotita for the fofc lowing ppeclui barRalns : Lot3GUc 'nddnn ncro trnct covered TfltM bcnutlful niRple trcno , positively the lines * ilu- ' elo ncro In Omaha , f8,500. Ixt 0 Olses' add , another flno nore , verw choice , nml cticHp nt J5.BOO. . i Lots 13 and H 1J1U 9 Parker's ndd.oxtrn cliolco * Depioiulldlotslort frontlnpr on I.Rko st run- nliiK throiiKh from street to street , f-Y.'OO to $ -)00 : ) enon. Ixits r > nml (1 ( Davenport's sub , bolncr R7-foot cntnor on BauniluiB 81 , opp Kount/o Place , Mfc'et fronton Shcnnnn nvo ana pnvod Bt * $100 per foot. ' Lot 5 Washington Square add , south fron' ' off pnvcd street , $ 1,000 , worth * , ) , r > 00. . I il ' . ' blk 0 Shlnn'n 1st ndd , bolne 63 feet 4 Inchon fronton tjnundorsGt , , cor. alley , ClftB per foot. I.ota blk 1 Patrick's 1st add. , 01x120 , * ,7."iO. , Lot 1 blk 1 1'iitiicU'B 1st uilil , ( UxliiJ , vornori ffl.OOO. Ixttf 2 and 3 blk 7 PntrlcVs 1st , 80 feet front on Snunilors St. , with Improvemi-ius worth fl.WXl , f7.5UO. Lots 12 , U. II. IB. lOblkSInstltulo Place , | 15 each for tlio Ininch. Lot 4 blk It Sliull'R Zd ndd , $2,751. Lot 7 blk 17 Ilanscom Pluco. f 1.155. Lot 11 blk 17 llanscom I'hiM , 1 1.100. Lots blk 17 llanscom Place , with 8-toom nc\r modern ro ldonci1 , bcnutllul linmo , ffi.VXI. Lots 14 unil 15 , Ink 7 , Cielnhton HulKltH , on boulevard , f 750 each. IxitS. blk 2 , 0'Noll'lsub , corner on Cumlntf St. $4.000. Lots 4 and5. blk 7 , Wnlnut Hill , with improve ment'UOOeachl,000. . Flno lot on Jth et and cable line nenr corner Grace , price with Improvements $ J. ( > JO , ! < acie with 4-room house , well flint chtorn , flno ft Hit and qlindo tretv.H lio.uitlful plii'jo In ( Use's ndd , $ , GOOnn extra drive. Do not frvtl to BOO It. Lot Iblk 11 ; I'lslnvlcw fidrt , corner , Jl.'JM. LotlO. blk 12 , Plaint-lew ndd , $ l,57n. 20 ncrnaoppotlte Lonyr llintiuli , high nnd dry 9300 per Hero. 4 acres , choice Inside , $25,030. J. L. nice & Co. n _ _ 078 TT OH building tcnnmcnts wo hnvo to olTor the X ? finest lot in Omaha , a corner on Douglas st , t o houses now on lot nml room for foil- more. lusywakto ! ) buBlncssnnd on fctroetcop- line. Clui ksoii & : Bcatty,21U aouth 14th 8t. il 21 THE RAllWAJMTIME TABLES OMAHA.