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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 , 1881.
Pays a ; Visit to that
Pretty Oily ,
The Eunning nnd Trotting
Tacts About the Town ns It Is nncl
as It Mny Bo.
* * Corro | icinlcnco of The llcci
if SUTTO.V , Neb. , September M.
Stilton in the early days of the M. &
II. had n light with its railrond , which
was nlmost the exact counterpart of
the Ulue Springs. In duo limo Sut-
.ion xvon the battle nnd it , has prospered
ever since , although nt ono time it
vns generally believed that the town
would go under. The census of i860
credits it with 1,000 inhabitants and
it has gained largely since Uncle Sam
A JIAlb STOnM
created liavoo hero nnd greatly de
pleted the farm products , but this ac
cident has taken only n percentage of
the yield in this vicinity and the
farmers are now very buiy marketing
j heavy surplus of small grain.
TUB BUTTON OnOVK.
This is the pride of Sutton and well
the people may bo proud of those
giant trees that form the only spot of
natural forest in nil the vaat prairie
that surrounds the town. To this
grove cornea the picnickers and ex
cursionists from the wind swept prai-
tie towns of tlio surrounding plains.
THK VETKKANB1 11EUN1ON.
"Next yrar it is said that some west
ern town will got the reunion , and if
that ia so "Hanger" nominates Sutton
as the place par excellence. Hero
there will be no lack of qood , healthy
water. A vast extent ot open prairie
Bufliciont for the maneuvers of the
armies of Europe nnd America
atretchcs away to the east , beginning
nglit nt the edge of town. And the
provo wlint n delightful npot for the
children to romp in , for jovera to
meet , and old veterans to congregate ?
Think of the swings , the sl.ado , the
inusie of the wind in the branches.
The chance for camp fires ith n leafy
aholtor that defies the high winds ;
the beautiful brook that flows through
the grove , nnd the thrifty town not
two blocks nway. '
THK rcoi'u : OP SUTTON
are of the class that will inako the ?
soldier feel at homo. They nro large
ly soldiers themselves , and * they uent
nioro veterans to the reunion , it is
said , than nny town on the main line
of tlio B. & M Sutton mipports n
fine post of the G. A. 11. , and per-
Laps the-best militia company in the
state. Ono of the most commodious
buildings in town is the now nrniory
of this company. Seine of the most T
influential nnd popular inon in Ne
braska are residents of Sutton , nnd
they will put forth every ofl'ort in be
half of their guests should the nosjt
reunion bo thoir's. Lot the soldiers
moot'at ' Sutton , nnct tlio Republican C
"Volley veterans will bo there on
mass. An energetic effort on the part
of western posts of the G. A. 11. will
K i ' undoubtedly ijiva the reunion to a 's
1 f central'western town , and if Omaha is
not to have it , then I vote for Sutton
fine , last and all the time.
THE BUTTON IIUNNINO AND TtlOTTIXO AS-
have cards out for a mooting on the B
57th and 28th of this month , and have
' a total of $525 , in six purses. The
conditions are : five to enter , three to
start ; entrance fee , 10 per cent cash
down before starting ; all purses pay
able on the spot as soon as the judges
can make decisions ; running according
to Lexington rules ; trotting to bo re
governed by national association rules. tu
J. T. Mollynoaux is the man to write
to , as ho is tbo "scratchetary" of the
Bocioty. Pool soiling will take place ,
so that the boys will have a chance to
Lack their favorites in the favorite
lias decided that Clay county can get :
along without an alliance ticket , and
the anti-monopolists will Tight the bat
tle within the old party lines.
JSelso 0. Alberts , a young gentle
man of deserved popularity , will have
the full support of our Bide in the
coining republican convention aa can
didate for treasurer ,
'BIr. James Whoulor is the nnti-
monopoly candidate tor nomination ns
county cleric on the republican ticket ,
I have not hoard who IB on the track
against them , but the railroads must ;
mask their bnttericn with bogus unti'n ' ,
or they can't stand the ghost of a
ahow fur winning in Ohiy county , M
W't Hawloy's elevator has introduced
1 Bteam power , and the boys chippqd in
nnd bought n steam whistle , BO that
Sutton and all thu surrounding coun )
try might know the time to boitin nnd
quit work , nnd also have the call
"from labor to rofroihinents" given ti
by steam ,
Dr , llartin Olark has got n telephone -
phone to connect his house and
store , nnd the helloing for bccfstaku [
and potatoes i.i conducted in metro
TUB KUaSIAN MKN.VO ITEH , _
with their liny burning furnaces , in. ID a
dustrions and economical habits , odd
looking JIOUBCB and well cultivated
farms nro becoming important factors
in Button nnd surrounding country ,
They have settled down to the practi '
cal qvery-day life of the Nobrnskian
and tseem to like their new homos.
As .a rule they are doing well and
making money. Most of them have
learned to make themselves under
stood in English nnd with very few > ;
exceptions the > have discarded the
outlandish style of clothing they
brought across tlio sea. Already they
lire beginning to tnko n hand in poli
tics , und before many years their solid it
vote will toll heavily in the ncalo of
political influence. TJu < antimonopoly .
ly side ia the one on which the Mennonite -
nonito vote will bo cast.
Tlio chances for profitable invest
inunt here and hereabouts nro unexcelled Jr
celled in all the central Nebraski i ? , '
The severe hail storm that harvested tt
a i rcnt dcnl of llio Binnll grftin ns coin-
plcluly ns if it hr.tl licun done by urn-
cliinory , in causing some tlobl-ladon
and fnintOienrtcd farniors t RO into
liquidntion nnd Bi'll out. Businofn
men would call it "fnlling"nnd now
iM < h a little means Irivo rare
cluincca for getting tlio richest Innd in
Kobrnskn vorj'clicnp , nnd n\iu \ > for buy
ing fnrtn oulliisndrntitnitcously. Jlr.
L.'D. Fowler , the 13. tt'AI. ngonfc nnd
partner with Mr. Cowlcs in the Button
bankis iloing [ intc n btifiincss in
wild and cultivated Inuda. The nut-
f.tco of the country in dimply perfect.
U ia well watered by creeks nnd rivu
lets , nnd in just rolling enough t < > _ 8-
cuio the proper druinnifo. The soil ii
of ununiml depth nnd has in it rll thu
component pails necessary for pro-
ducintr , the best crops of corn , snnll
Brain and fruitH. This year's crops
are , of course , no stnndnrd to jud o
by , it beinq a notoriously bad year ,
and yet , licro the hail loft anything ,
the jicld nf lioat noldoiu falls below
ten bushels to tlio ncro , and corn will
nverngo nt least forty bushels to Iho
A BIT.CIMKN FA KM.
Ill company with Captain Young ,
of the Oovornor'fl guards , your cor
respondent paid a Hying visit to the
homo of ono of tlm old-timo Nobraalca
farmers , who lives about n milu south
of Sutton. T forgot the name of the
guntloman wo visited , but ho was ono
of the bluff , hearty nnd kindly men of
Now England , who form our best
olnEf ) of citiy.oni. The farm wns a
model. The towering trees that 0111- ,
bowered the house were spt
out ut the commencement , yeain
ago and now Uioy answer nil the pur
poses of n natural forest grove. The
birds wing in the branches , the winds
aie broken by the barrier , the fill ado
covers the ground , nnd it will not belong
long bcforo nn abundance of fire wood
will bo obtained by the necessary
thinning , to mnko way for larger
growth. The house was elegant and
roomy. The mansard roof and the
compact form were evidences of n cor
rect tnsto. Inside , the furniture and
the wall adornments wcro homelike
All in nil it was a good evidence of
what educated industry nnd porscvcr-
unco will do in this great prairie ntatc.
The farmer's son was nt , the reunion
its lieutenant of the Sutton militia
company , nnd his glossy blue uniform
with gilt buttons act oil' his mnuly
beauty in tine style , but on the Mon
day following he was again "Tho
Farmor'a Boy , " with straw lint , well-
worn and faded ovprshirtnnd overalls. ,
Uo did not look like the riaino man
who was two days before "tho oflicor
nnd the gentleman. " Republican
America can truly bo proud of the
runic nnd Tile of her citizenship that
an thus fill nny position with equal
independence and grace.
For business review scoGth page. I
\ftcr the ficrco midsummer , all ahla/.e ,
Hiii burned itself to ashes , and expires
In the intensity of iU own fires ,
rhcro ; como the mellow , mild St. Martin'd
3rowned with the calm of peace , but sad
So lifter love has led us till ho tires
Of hiit mm throes and torments and
3omcn largo-eyed Friendship ; with a reat-
He beckons to follow ; and acres ,
Joel ; verdant vale , we wander free from
it a touch of frost Has In the air ? [ >
Why are wo haunted witli a sense of
Vodo not \\Jnh the pain hick , or the heat ;
Vid yet , and yet these dayH are incora-
IONBY FOR 1HE LADIB3.
Now bonnets are snmll ,
Byron collurd are not stylish ,
llffjli coiffures are worn again.
Now lingerie piiiH have star hcad .
Cluuiilron , or copper color , is the now
riuih llouiicoj Hlco fur nro on now cos- .
Colored Spanish laces are imported f
Skirts of gray striped plush will bo woni K
Styllnh uloves have wrinklwl wrists and
uo tan colored.
Red and green will bo the fashionable
ontraitn of colors.
ll. by nanhos tietl high in the back nro
jdopted by young ladles.
Silver gray and amber-tinted satin
ircaHCH are very fashionable ,
Jfaturnl floworx whlcli do not
tado are worn upon opera hula.
Monkoy.heart buttom nro to rlv ( > l owl's
icada for young woineii'it dresses.
Shrhnpii , turtlcH , gran hoppcrii and
iecUu < , are among the oriiauieuts for now
JOIlllCti ) .
Gold r f liver Ince , witli gold or silver
irimmentH , continue to form the dccma-
iini3 of many elegant drosi bonnets ,
J. W. lllley has a poem "Tho Lost
KUs. " HadocHii't make It very jilain AN
liow he lost it , but it is presumed her
mother came Into the room just hi time to
atch him nt it , [ Itoche.itur Kx'prcKH.
From Michigan the Htory conies tlmt a ( ; S
man nf Keene , Ionia county , offered Ills
laughter $10 if ho would climb to the top
t the church steeple and hurrah for Itob In
rngcreoll Thu baranau Local nayii tlmt
she won the $10. _
An extreme"agony" U feT n y ( inns' lftdy
> add to hnr toilet a large nunflowor at
lier bolt. The occult signification of thin
" 1 nhviijs turn toward the eon of
Mine rich man , " Uu't there n touch of the
ntt'iiia about this ?
A pietty I'lcnch circular fan is made of | l >
black satin , hand-painted In water HUM ,
rci.uU niul feathery ( jraiucs. In the centre
are too largo humming birds | icrehed upon
branch of red ranplierrloii , The handle
of oriental Jet inlaid with muck uiblcn.
Now full bonnets in Ilia poke thapo ate
inndo of rich dark-colored plinthm shot
with gold and trimmed with hunches of
ihurt ostrich tips powdered \\hli iod. ! ) r
I'ho in lda nf the bonnet * are faced with
jolly tinted satins that Imrmonlzo with
jio liiaterialinipim tlm mitnldo.
"Olive l.oJaHTu'Bnu one of "her lecture *
ecfiitlv with the remark ; "Whenever I
leo n i rutty girl I want to ila : p her in my
rmn. " "iso do wo , " uhoutod tlio boys In
ho gallery. l''i > r a inoincnt Olive wan mm-
ilust'd , hut , ivctiverlnu her belf-pcwfen-ion ,
iho lepllcdVcll , boy , 1 don't blamu , o
At prMcut the tjrcat fad of the fcinnlov |
for lovely tucklii'ii ( and nobby flu'oa. .
Illauk hllU hose nro tl-a favoiltei , Into
vhich uro Itit rows of Chnutllly or Jlal-
.esa lace , At I.on llrauch hullen do it ;
heiuselvoi ; buy black fillk Htockln s nnd -
tucit ttrlpxof ImmUoino lauo over the m-
It's not ( 'oinii to bo wry oxpciulvo to
lrea well thi winter , l < adlr can no
oilier put twenty-live or thirty yardi of
Ilk in o ( Ircsseiii they are t i bu made \ery
lain , moatly embroidered ulth chi'iijlle or
X and nm Hi vlvar the yioinul ten or
twelve inches ( According to the foot of 111
Some tltno ago tlio llcno ( Jazctte an
nounccd : "Chirlei T. lender oUcrs
n | > rolal premium to the lady exhibiting
baby that tno t resembles him. " Tlicr
intiftt ha\o liccn fiomo trouble about thi
announcement , for now tlio Oazclto cor
reels It-clf ( n follow * ! "Ten dollars to th
lady exhibiting n child moit reflcmblln
A man remarked nf A Callfornh bell
bathlnif at ( tarfleld Jjimllitk' , tli.itslio wa
n > naiiifccnt | ! swimmer : oho ncetncd tin
phlhious. And her hlir brother whu over
heard it , took the speaker liy the throA
nnd * ad ! Ida plstcr wo-s a * modcsilv drc c <
n woman as there wan nt the hoach , and |
the B | > cakcr didn't take hack hh rctnar'
and apologize , he'd f'ct hl < head ynnkci
feMlsSclmfTcr. the ynuni ; lady residin ,
Wi Khnlra , X. V. , who tool : the 8200 priz
nt 15 rook port , recently , far hcingtho hand
Hoini'fit woman In the ttatc , ha ? gnue crazy
Her infinity In the result of too iniic
notoriety on n weak ndnd. She ii to I )
taken to an asylum for the trouble ] of tli
hraln , whlcli the physiciani assort ID du
In no small degree to the use of cert all
acldi to stain or color her hair.
Kald he : "And you lovn mo better than
nil the world bcitlde ? " "Yes , " nald nhe
"And you love mo belter than anybody
clHci" ' Html he. "Yen , dcarcnt ; " "An
you wouldn't think any morn of mo If .
waH worth n million dollars ? " Said nho
"No ; and if I wit a rich hclrc < , yo
wouldn't want to marry me any inoro than
you do now ! " "No , darling. " They were
not lying gentle render ; ihcy were rimpl ;
courting ; that wus nil.
1'elerinci will bo very fashionably worn
for eomo wcekH to como in place of an ;
other outside garment. They arotho vogu'
both for day nnd evening wear , nnd aru
cut'plain or are Hhitrcd nliout the neck A
the wearer may prefer , cither style belm
equally laHldonuble. In cold weather the ;
will continue to ho worn over jackets aim
other wrnH. They are made of pluh
velvet. satin or cannmcre , trimmed wi 1
lace i , beaded passementerie , or fine till
gimps and cords.
Among the now drew materials moire
antique bidn fair to take tbo lead M the
cholccHt novelty ; while surah pill ; , satin
merveilieux arid Indian cathmereH dfapla >
an over now variety of design In the
aatoniidilng combination of narrow stripes
plnldt and figure * . Dark brown , groei
and grey are comliincd with nil the In-igh
hues of the rainbow , tliu sombre stripe or
tint forming n foundation as it wcro for an
iucroaso in tone , yet mellowing ant"
softening the whole.
An innovation is made thh fall In nl
the very dark sh.ulet * which have prevailec
by the Introduction of brniuohucit , whicl
In various tones , both in dress and millinery
nory , will bo very fashionable. Not onlj
the bronze colors will bo prominent , bu
nil the different Khatles of brownish yel
IOWH , yellowish grc ( in and bronze brmriH
to say nothing of pure yellows , both ligln
and dark , and all c.ilors showing a trace o
this hue , from the lorrn cottn nnd dee )
ecru shades , to the delicate buff , lemon
straw , sulphur , and particularly tlio green
iah yellows and mantle tints \vhlch have s <
much regard in the icatlictlc world of
and fashion abto.id.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs Ogdan , N. Division stieet Buffalo ,
Hays : "I c.umot bo too thanlcful that 1
was induced to try your Sl'ltlNO Ur/xsHOM.
was at ono time afraid I-xhould never be
able to get out njfiiii. I Deemed to bo
second edition of .fob without his pa
tience my face nnd body wcro ono vast
collection of boil * nnd pimples ; since tak
ing ono bottle of your Sputig Blossom ]
mil quito cured , nil eruptions have disap
peared , and I feel better than I have in n
long timo. " 1'ricu 50 cents , trial bottles
TRUE TO HER TRUST.
Too much cannot bo said of tlio
uvor faithful wife nnd mother , con *
st.antly , watching niyl curing for her
tlonr ones , never neglecting a single
Juty in their bohulf. When they nro
issuilcd by disease , nnd tlio system
should have a thorough cleansing , the
itomach nnd bowola regulated , blood
urifiod , nmlurial poisonoxtorininatcd ,
slio must know that Elcctrio Bitters
ire the only sure remedy. They ar
the best and purest medicine in the
world , and only cost fitty cents. Sold
y Ish & McMnhon. (2) ( )
.Special . Ordinance No. 268.
levying aupcclal tax for turbine ; and Kut'crln
l-'urnlmn Htrect from t'O last curOofl&th
ttr ct to the eun cr of ISth strict. In the city
of Oiimlin. .
PC it onlMnodjy \ the city council of the city of
Onmha : '
tJKCTtux 1. Tliat special tix to the amount of
W.GUIUO ) tlircu niuimmd fl\o hundred anil s x-
ty-nlnu ilolbtu anil forty tnit , wliiili bulni ; the
est nnd uxpeiiKocf curtilriR Aim Riittorlni ; Farn-
imni ttrcot from the east uuib of lEtli utrcot to
lliu center of 18th etrcvt , lie and the tame it
Herein levied upon the loU that , arc bound'i ( f < r
ibuttfii ) ; vatd linproi enionU accord nt ; to II ) ron
Itccd'a map wlilcli corra.ironils with A , 1 > . JUIIU'H
nap an the Drat urn ! oritM " 1 map und plat cf the
ho city of Onmha , to-\vlt :
1 130 "v CO M3 72
'i ( XI 143
131) UU .148 72
4 13'J Ml US 72
6 11H CO 143 72
0 lia CO 143 72
7 lit ) ( Wl 143 72
a 11U CO 118 72
1 140 W 143 72
2 140 ( X ) 148 72
a 140 ( tO 14" 72
4 141) " W US 7L
6 117 " CU 11372
0 117 " 00 143 72
7 117 " HO 143 72
5 11T " ( .0 143 72
1 ' 141 WI 143 72
3 141 bO 143 72
3 lit CO 143 72
4 141 ( W ) 143 72
6 11(1 ( ( .0 143 72
U 110 00 143 72
7 110 tO 113 72
8 110 " CO 145 72
hro , 2. Rui'h special t x fliall bo duo In thirty
30) ilny * Iroa , tlie i > oi a.'o and upprotal cl thu
Hrc 3. This ontlnnnio ( hall tftKo cdett and bo
force from nnd alter tin paaxaire.
Atvent : ' 1HOS. ll. DAILEV ,
I'rvn't City Council
J. J. L. C , J * HT7.
City ( , lcrk.
J'nutd Puiit. I'tli. IbHl.
Api-rovid dc | > t. Uth , 18S1.
JAMta E. BOYI ) ,
tla ) or.
Tlio above tax huiomei ik lln < iucnt on the Dili
itayof Otobor , IhSl. Alter ulikh data ten
icr t'biit. pcnalt and Intrroit nt llu into of one
cr ii'nt. ir month , layalilu In mlvnncolll bo
B. a MAi.iivrK ,
AOBNTB WANTED FOH '
aud Sexual Philosophy ,
i y IllU'lntttd , heinMt linpoitant ard
t bouic pulUil cd. Kkcry Umily want * 11.
Cxtr irdltury in < lmcmcnt < ii > 0er d A.'tnU.
Adilrcwi AutNTa'I'iltuillINQ Co , Hv. Xxralt , Uo
Proposals for Sewer Pipe
OWCK Or CITY CLIRK , )
OUAIU , .Vcb , Sept. 3 , ' /
Hcalo proixiialt nlll bo rccchtxl by thoumlcr-
ith'nrd nl liU ollUoi | > to 12 in. , of Tuonlay ,
iLiitcnilK.T 13th , 1831 , for the entire or part of the
olio * Ink- Hit of H'ucr nl | > o of the lK t iiuallty
mil llnitli ami to bo dovred [ ut Oaiilia , nubjoct
luniHi'tlon ni ] KTbi .illli-ntlon In tlio t-lty en.
lneern ( Hllco 17.Ki ( feet of 0-Inch tltrlflcd clay
lKi | , ialtla | < e ; 1100 feet of 15Inchltrlllol clay
IM ) , Hilt-K-Uw. w 0il.IA lourlnih Yv forhoHm ) '
omicttlon ; 170 fix Inih hand liolc . Al > o 000
rvt of 1U lni.li cn.t Iron atcr pliw , All bldi to
fy ry of in.ilcrlal ran habo-
un and conijilutud | < nit or In toto. The rUht to
vjwl any oral ) bUU or lurt otMt \ \ limby re-
ruM J , J. uaJKwirnv
IQt City Clerk.
SIBBBTT & PDLIjBR ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
DAVID CITY , NEB ,
Special atUutlon ( rUcu to rollatlom In Duller
| SORE THROAT ,
TOOTH , EAR
| | tjr. | i'iiyiiniiimiiia ' : ! ; ; ! ; i til Ollm 4HO ti\N \
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ACI-1ES.
ITtpintlon on ttrili | ti > 1i Sr. JACOBS OIL n
t tAfc , stJDK , sivri.li ftnil CHEiP Kitercul Iteniedr.
A trlil eutilli lut Hit nmri tlreljr trilling outUy of
l UEKTI. ted ti r ; out luITcrlnR IUi rila cm Lin
ch ap ana fiotitlra proof of lit cUlma.
VIKLlTlOMi IX SLSTDX LlNCCiliES.
191.0 BT All MliflOISTJ ( KO OtAUP.S IN HIBICI.'IL
A. VOGELER & CO.
llaltltitnrt , JSd.i U.S.A.
ThpnRh Shalcon In Ever Joint
Ami tlliurltn fever aim o , or Wlloua rcmitt
cut , the > etcin may yel bo freed from tno nm-
Unatitlnnwlth Ilostcttcr'a Btoniach IHttcrs.
[ 'rotect tlicujstr.m ojralnst It with tills licncl- ]
ccnt aiitlB8moilic | ( wlilcli Is f urthcruiorc a BU-
iruuia remedy tar Iher complaint , conhtlpntlon ,
lyspcpsla , debility , rhoumatl-m , kidney trou-
Jim and other nllincnts.
jTaTForBalobyall Druifslstg end Dealers gen
erally. _ _
I3SO. SHGRTJ.INE. 188Q.
SANSAS CITY ,
St. JOB & Council Bluffs
18 THH ONLY
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
Prom. Omaha and the "West.
Jo change of can between Om ina anil t > t.
und but one between OMAHA aud
EASTERN AND WKSTEKN CITIES with LESS
CIIAUQES ana IN ADVANCE of ALLJ
Tlili entire line ia equipped with Pullman's
'aluce Slccuinjt Can , I'ulaco lay Conchca , Jlillor'e
ialctv I'latlorni and Coupler , and the celebrated
f-TSco that your ticket reads VIA nANSAS
OlTl' , ST. JOSEl'U & COUNCIL BLUFFS It-ill-
rcxul , vln St. Joaeph and St. Louis.
Tickets far sale at all coupon stations In the
West. J. F. BAUNARD ,
A 0. DA WES , Con. Bunt. , St. Joseph , MoJ
Oen. Paaa. and Ticket Agt. , St. Joseph , ilo fl
, AJiui BOHDFH , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Farnham strcut.
A. B. Diuuiin Qencnl Avcnt ,
OMAHA , NE
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LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.
IcfcrciKTS i\y ( tcputablo I'liyhlclana of Omaha ,
tf TOrrice , Corner ICth and Farnham Sts. ,
Omaha , Neb u'JSmctf
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EITX ? . X.OTTIM
GRAHAM PAPER GO.
! 17 and 10 Korth Main Ht. , tit. Louis ,
WllOLKSALII VIUUM IN
nooit , i DADEDC twuiTiNot
NEWS , f rArtno iwuAn-mo
KNVELOPE3 , CA11U BOAIID AND
/ TCftsh paid for IUg M > tl Paper Stock , Sera
ton and MeUls.
1'a r Stock Warehouses 1K9 to 123T , North
TRON IIKID , 1.RW18RKXD
BYRON REED & , CO.
Real Estate Agency KAc . 1
IK NnilltASKAl \ \
Kcup a roniikta | alutract of tltlo to all Kail MCI
'fUte In Omikba and Douvlas rountv. nuytf BCIt
WIU UUV .SKI ) BKLL
AMI ALL TRANSACTION
Pay Taxes , Rout Houses , Etc.
ir too wAirr 10 cur OR mu >
ill lit Onicc , Uooni 9 , CrelsUton Ulock , OniAhi. on
Of t !
Mrs. J. n. llolwrtiori , I'ltMmrff , I'.i. , ritc : "I
.n snllcrlnif from ( fcncrnl dolillity. Mivnt of tip-
prtltr , constipation , etc. , PO that ll'c asn tuir-
ilunnftir ; < isln llunlock Illood Hitters I felt bet
ter tliaii for ) tars , I cannot praljo 3 our Hitters
U.OIljbi. of niiffalo , N. Y. , ritfs : "Vour
liUHlock Illood nittcrd , In chronic illMx of the
blood ll\cr and kldnc.ip , li.i\o bocn el > ; r > nllv
innrkcd with uccc * < . Ih.no used tlum niyiclf
\\lth lic't rttult' , for torpidity ol thcllver Mid In
owe of a friend ol mine ffcrlng from dropsy ,
the effect as man clott. "
nri'icoTiirnci , Hocliestcr , N. Y. , | -rltcs"I : lia\o
been subject to serious disorder of tbo kldnejH ,
and mmlilo tonttcnd to business : llunlock Illood
Illttirs rullccd nio before Inlf n bnttlu u M used ,
I fed confident that ttiey will entirely euro Qiu. "
Afciiltli H ll , TOnglmmpton , N. Y. . writer :
"I BiiITered wllhn dull pain through luv left
lung and rhouldir. fxijt my spirit * , nppetltn
and color , and could uith dlillculty keep up all
ilny. Took your Murdoch Itlood Hitters at ill-
retted , nnd lin > o fo t no p.aln tlnco first ueik af
ter Utlni ; thvin. "
Mr. Noah Bates , Dmlra , N. Y. , writes : "About
four yean ajro I had nn attack of bilious fever , and
never fully rccotcrcd. My dlKo > tlvo organs
v , cro xrcalicnvd , and I would bo comjilctcly pros
trated for days . Alter lielng Uo bottles of your
Burdock ftlood Hitters tlie improMinunt as so
vhllilo that I uataMonl'hcd. I cannow , thou li
01 ycnrs of & c , do a fair nnd reasonable il.ij '
work. " I
C. nincket HoblnTOn , proprietor of The Canada
Presbyterian , Toronto. Ont. , writes : "FWjears
I suffered prc-atly from oft-recurring hcadnthc. I
used > our Ilimlock Illood Hitters with happiest
results , and I now find myself In better health
than for } cars p.ist. "
Mrs. Wallace , nuffalo , N. Y , writes : ! hnv < s
used llunlock Illood Hitters for nervous and bil
lions hcailachcs , nnd can recommend It to an ) one
roqulrltiacura | for bllllousness. "
Mrs. Ira Mullholland , Albany , N , Y , writes :
"For several years I have suHcrul from oft-recur-
rlnc bllllous headaches , dyspepsia , and com-
Clalnts peculiar to my so&mco u ln jour
urdock Hlood Hitters I nm entirely relieved. "
Price , SI. 00 per Dottle ; Trial Dottles 10 Cts
FOSTER , MILBURN , ft Co , , Props ,
BUTFALO , W. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish k McMnhon and C. F.
Qoodmar. Jo 27 eoJ-ina
John McFnddcn will take notice thxt on the
lOthof August , 1SS1 , Charles llr.uidcs , Justicoof
the 1'cacc , of l t precinct , Donglii Co. , Neb. , is-
luedan order of nttadiment forihesumof5i0.25
In nn action pending bcforo him , vthcrelii Arm
iCratz Is plalntllT nnd John McFnddcn defendant ,
that property conslstliiK of household turnitiiro
ami implements has been attached under tnld
order , h'ald cause as continued to 21st of
September , ISsl , 10 o'clock p. m.
t AUNO KUATZ , Plaintiff.
State of Nebraska , Donjrlas County , si :
At a County Court , held at the County Court
Hoom , In and for said County , Auirust 1st , A.
D. 1891. Present , HOWARD B. SMiril ,
County Judjfo. ,
In the matter of the estate of Joseph II. Kel
son , deceased :
On reading and fillnp tlio ictltion of Martha
S. Nelson , praying that the Instrument , pur-
portlnir to lie a iluly authenticated copy of the
last vv ill and testament of ( aid deceased , and of
the probate thereof , by tlio Circuit Court of
I'ountain County , State of Indiana , and this day
filed in this Court , may be allowed nnd recorded ,
as the last vv ill and testament of said Joseph II.
Nelson , deceased , In and for the SUte of Ne
Ordered , Tliat August 27th , A , D. 1SS1 , at 10
o'clock a. m. , Is assigned for hcarln eald petition ,
when nil pcr ons interested In ( aid matter may
nppenrat a County Court to ba hold , in and for
said County , and thow causa why tbo prayer of
pctltionershould not be granted ; and that notice
of the pendency of said petition mid the hcarinjr
thereof , bo jlvcn to all persons Interested In said
matter , bv publUhlng a copy of this order in TIIK
OMAHA VVKFKLV Urx , a newspaper printed in bald
County , for three successive weeks , prior to bald
day o' hcarlnt ; .
IA true copy. ] 1IOWAUD B. SMITH ,
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
It ll a pos | tno cure for Kpcrnmtoi r hca , Somlna
WeoknrsH. Impotancy , anil all diseases resulting
from Self- Abuse , da Mental Anxiety , Loatu
Memory. Palim In thu Back or Slclo , and dUcaect
r " ntt * tsaA to
lin ; used
lent free to all. Write for thorn and get full par
Price , Specific , tl.OO per package , or I tz pack.
kirea for J5.00. Address all orders to
B. SIMSON MEDICINE CO.
Nos. 104 and IOC Main St. liuffalo , N. T.
Sold In OinnhA by C. F. Goodman , J. W. Bell ,
. K leh , and all drurglataevorywhcrc. :
If you are a mim /If younrun.
r m n of ten
enmltijrtlio strain nf -
your duties moltl , t re .
Hop Bitters. use Hop ( I.
1 f you uro jounp oml I 11ufferlnu from ny In
dl.an.tlon IT ill-ifliuil Itloni U you nro nmr-i
rk'U or rinttlo , ulil orl 1 youiKTi uiferlnif from
iioor lioltll or laiiK-uUli I fj lute on & boa of tick
ECU , n\r \ ou Hop ] i Bittero.
Winorerynu " * lliounnniti dlo an
nually rrom om
T-liBiiu er you
tint your n't-- , , ronn of Kid nay
needs cleniuliiir. ton- ' clIwMa iliac mlKlit
Ina or tUmulatlnir , i linciiiroTcnlcd
without ( iitoi/catdiir , tlmuly usual
tul-.o Hop HopBlttero
n Toyonrff | -
ptptia , l.tdttey D. I. C.
orwr/wdryconi- Ills an oMoluto
tilalnt , iU o e
of tlio roiiuic'i , HOP II land Wo o u lirc<ttv r e f or
tmcrll , blood , Bdrunliennoa
Hivrerntntii II use of oiviuui ,
You "ill ( > e totiaoou , or
cnrcxllf jouuio I ] narcotics.
If roa are dm Boldliydrosr-
rly wo nit und rltli Bend fur
i.wii'lrltcil.xrjr NEVER. Ciitrular.
Ui It mny IIOP i.rmu
onvo your !
llfo. It has BTU CO. ,
snvcd hun RHkeilrr , 8. T >
dreds. k Toronto , Ont.
Business College , ]
fHE GREAT WESTERN
QEO. n. RATH BUN , Principal.
Creighton Block ,
IMAIIA , NKII11ASKA.
iwRend for ClreuUr ,
Men of nMllty , to represent
OIIAMIIKUS1 Dlitlnn.ry of Unl.
ertal KnoulcdKc. Complete Cjclopwdla of
l\cry Hiy Wants ,
ThU U the Most Uccful and Conivict ] Literary
.chhnciiicnt of tno Auo. It h.is no coiupetltow. I
\Vo ant coinxtcnt | Solkltors. No pcddltrs
red apply Circulnru. cUmx full deirlptlon ,
nt on application. J. II. OUAMIIKllH ,
St , Louis. Mo. , Chicago , 111. , Atlanta. U .
Geo. P. Bemis
IEAL ESTATE AGENCY , s
IDIIi and Dodco Bt * . , Omaha , Neb.
Tills trcncy docs JTRICTI.YH brokcraso 1ms In MI.
not tppL-uhti1 , and tlitrefoiu any lurpalm
Its books are insured to Its patrous , luttcad
iMslnif vobblcd up by the arcnl
H E A D Q U TERS
Wo desire to call the speoial attention ot tbo trade to our
elegant lines ( nt BOTTOM PlilOBS ) of Underwear , Cardigan.
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Ovorshirts , Overalls
Hosiery , &c. , now open. Wuoleaalo only ,
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts ,
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA ,
The Only Exclueivo Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAILORDERS.
FEARON & COLE ,
1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Nob.
Conslirnmenti . mftdn nt ulllrcccho prompt attention , llcfcrcnres : Slnto Dank , Omaha * flatt
ft Co. , Ilaltlmorc ; 1'eck & ltan licr , ClilcaKo ; M. Wcrk & Co. , tindnimtl.
I. OBERFELDEB & CO. ,
MH'OUTEKS AND JOnilEKS OF
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive wholesale house in this lisic in the west.
/ * = * /n n m.
n ; i iNfjMjjH
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
FISHINQ TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a
FULL LIME OF NOTIONS AIM FANCY GOODS. '
MAX MEYER & CO. , Omaha , Ne
The L argest Stock and MostCom <
plete Assortment in
We Keep Everything in the Line of Caxpets , Oifr
cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures
and Lace Curtains.
WE HAVE GOODS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY.
1313 Farnham St.
Dealer in Hardware ,
Stove Repairer , Job I orker and laiufactnrer
03E" .A T.y. CfcDE"
renth and Jackso" Omaha , Neb