Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 07, 1881, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 , 1881
NEL1CH.
A Brewing Town Ftill of Bo-
Alioafl People ,
Extensive Improvements Going
On and More Talked Of.
The Crop * In the Valley Good-
Other Items-
Correspondence of The Dec.
NnLion.Nob. , October 4. Through
the kindness of the well known nnd
highly respected attorney , D. A.
Holmes , jour correspondent had a
very pleasant buggy ride to Noligh ,
the now land oflico totrn of the North
western Nebraska land district. This
is ono of the most progressive towns
in the state. It has had n long and
hard fight for supremacy , and the
United States census having accorded
it a population of fifty-tiro people in
excess of its lively competitor six
miles south , your correspondent not
being inclined to "go behind the re
turns , " is willing to "count it in. "
Yes , for enthusiastic and continu
ous "got up and get , " Noligh is hard
to beat. . Her victories have boon
many nnd glorious , hot defeats few
nnd unimportant. The past is won
dcrful , but the future is promising oe
the rainbow.
IJU'KOVEMKNTH.
The CongregatioimlistH having re
uoivod n liberal endowment from tin
people of Ncligh , hnvo begun work on
an academy , which is to opcil up to
the yearning minds of the northern
youth thu inexhaustible riches hid ii
the mine of knowledge.
A brick block that would do crodi
to any town in the ntnto in now near
ing completion.
JSeligh has n mill that is second to
none in Nebraska , being built of brick
and furnished * throughout with th
best machinery. The proprietor , W ,
0. Galloway , is now putting in n now
and extensive dam and other improve
monts.
Now stores and now homos are al
the rage and building is the prinoipn
business of r.iany a man who Mill aoon
bo "getting rich at Noligh. "
The two biggest hotels in the coun
ty are here , and , in short , this is
anything but a snide town
THR VKOI'LK
are enterprising , cosmopolitan and
public spirited in a marked degree ;
nnd here I must say a word for that
noblest Roman of thorn all , Dr. J. I.
Leas. Whore there are so many ex
cellent people it may socm invidious
to nmko particular mention , but Dr.
Leas worked tor a long half day with
all his characteristic energy to soouro
for the BER a big list of subscribers ,
a''d ' for the city ho loves a full ana
fair representation for its various re
sources , and hence I can do no less
than doif my hat , make my host bow
.and hope that , should any of our tons
of thousands of readers wish to inves
tigate farther or mak an investment
in real . .estate , that they correspond
"withfDr. Leas , for ho < has handled
Elands and lota more extensively per
haps than any other man in town.
Mr. Mead , an old-time friend , who
was cniei engineer of the Grand Is
land eating rouse in the days of long
ago , is now landlord of the Commer
cial nt NoUgh. The boys stop with
ST. Burr , a former resident of
and jfftthw of our roapoctod
Dan Burr , is now farming
a section of Antelope county land ,
running an agricultural implement
store , and looking after the greenback
party. At all three Mr. Burr is u
hard worker.
The prettiest drug store 1 over saw
in a country town ia at NcliRh , and I
am almost willing to give the name of
its owner. I fear that it will bethought
thought that I am advertising some
people , but whore I ought I will
mention names , oven if it does adver
tise a little. The owner of the store
IB F. L. Gregory.
Mr. Carl lloben has boon widening
out and improving his atoro and his
.stock and they are now hard to beat ,
The great local issue here is whether
Ncligh shall win the nominees or the
rival town of Oakdalo nnd whan there
is any reasonable excuse for it each
town runs its own ticket , having its
own nominees and then the western
Homo and Carthage , make the air
thick with words of direful moaning
nnd editors run out of adjectives , the
opposite of complimentary.
Sioux City and Omaha papers re
ceive correspondence charging corrup
tion vile and rings "for evil linn com
bincd" until the average reader con
eludes that all of Antelope county-is n
aoothing mass of rottenness ; but the
authors of those fulmhmtions don't
moan anything serious. Antolt po
county is iisijoocl a county us there is in
northwestern Nebraska , nnd its lead
ing men are a good deal ahead of the
average , judging from these I have
mot.
T11K C1IOP3
hero , as further down the valley , are
very good , especially corn , which
is theleading crop , and
Time ! Arm :
on a thousand hills are fat and sleek ,
nnd so nro the puokctbooks of their
lucky owners , but I am requested testate
state that the oattln men here live in a
civilized country nnd are not savages ,
and that The llepublioan , to the con
trary notwithstanding Air. 0. JI.
Martin was neither shot nor killed by
cowboys or anyone else , but is alive
nnd well
uvsiXEfw
is booming .right along and all
branches of trade report n prosperous
aeason.
Mr , "Drummah" from Omaha is a
numerous gentleman here and here
abouts , and ho says the orders are
plenty and voluminous , and that
the Elkhorn valley , especially the
upper end of it Is about as good n
location as the knight of "tho grip"
can strike , and thus may it over bo in
this land pf plenty , wnoro so many
sterling men are building towns , turn
ing up the sod and cultivating the
contented steer.
For business review BOO advoiUsing
columns , RANOKII.
WELL KNOWNNE W YORKEHS
ThMr Domffltia Iilfo ruid Hnlilts
How EleRancn nnd Comfort
nro CoruMnedi
Now York' 8Ur.
"There are wealthy men who are
content to transact their business in
dark , dingy office that are located in
the upper stories of buildings ia the
lower part of the city ; but these same
mon are , as a rule , very fastidious in
regard to their residences , " WAS the
remark made to n representative ot
the Star by r , man about town ono
day last Week , "Now. for instance ,
there is Mr. Cyrus \Y. Field. His
down-town oflico is , porhapsj pleas
antly enough situated , yet it is plain
enough to suit n Philadelphia Quaker.
The quarters in which Mr. Field car
ries on business , involving many mil
lions of dollars per year , comprise
three small rooms. The rooms are
very cheaply furnished. An inexpen
sive carpet cover * the floor. The
leaks and chain are exceedingly com
mon , nnd a few cheap pictures adorn
the walls. The owner of this oflico
does not take pains to have the door
closed between the inner sanctum and
the reception room , Visitora nro not
required to send in their cards , and
Mr. Field always meets them with n
cherry salutation and the query ,
"Well , my friend , what can I do to
make you happy to-day ! "
The plain , old-fashioned business
oflico of the man whoso efforts brought
about the laying of the first Atlantic
cable presents a striking contrast to
his city residence or his palatial coun
try house at Irvington-on-t lo-Hudson.
In his two hotncH there is everything
that taste and wealth could desire ,
cgant carpets , costly funiituro and
intings by loading urtist are there
to be seen in profusion. The owner
takes great pride in hm houses , and
nothing given him greater pleasure
than to extend hospitalities to bin
friends. When Dean Stanley , of Eng
land , was in thin country , ho wan tlu
guest of Mr. Field , and when ho re
turned homo ho wrote a letter to a
friend in America , in which the fol
lowing complimentary ntatement was
made : "Whilo in the United States
I had many opportunities to observe
the homo lifo of many well-known
nnd wealthy Americans , I was the invited <
vitod truest of at least half n hundred
different gentlemen , and I can nay
that at no place did I feel more at
ease than I did at the elegant and
home-like country residence of Mr.
Cyrus W. Field , at Irvington-on-tho
Hudson. "
The homo of the venerable philan
thropist , Mr. Cooper , is not remark
able for elegance or lavish display of
wealth. A reporter for the Star , who
visited Mr. Cooper's residence , wax
ushered into the parlor , whore ho was
kindly welcomed by the old gentleman
hitnselt.
"I have called , " the scribe began ,
"to obtain the facts for a brief do
Hcription of your homo lifo. "
"All right , my friend , " responded
Mr. Cooper. "I have no objection to
having you write nbout me. I am
not ashamed to let the public know
just how I live. As you will see by
an inspection of my homo , I am not
of that clans of people who believe in
gowgawa and useless finery. My
motto is 'comfort before elegance , '
and if I am pleased myself and do not
set a bad example to others , I am sat
isfied. ' '
i'Tho reporter' looked nt the carpets
and furmturo in the parlor. It was
evident that the venerable philan
thropist had carried his ideas into
practice. The carpet was of an old-
fashioned pattern ; nnd in place * was
worn almost threadbare. The sofas
and chairs were of the style manu
factured twenty-five or thirty years
ngo. They were covered with hair
cloth and were somewhat out of re
pair. Upon an antique center table
were several books. Ono of the vol
umes was a church hymn-book. The
leaves of the volume were well
thumbed , and the binding gave evi
dence of long use. Upon ono of the
fly-loaves wan written the name of n
lad y who , as Mr. Cooper said , was a
daughter of his , who died many years
ago , A portion of the extension back
of the parlor is devoted to Mr. Coop
er's , private library. Nearly all of the
books are devoted to political , histor
ical and financial topics. There were
several largo volumes made up of
pamphlets written by Mr. Cooper in
advocacy of his pot theories regarding
the greenback system and the U"iteu
States finances.
Judge Henry Hilton's ' rosido.ico is
in many respects a marked contrast to
that of Mr. Cooper. The house occu
pies two lots of ground , has an oloaant
stone front nnd imposing vestibule ,
heavy , carved front door , elaborate
cornices , and all its appurtenances are
of the 'most costly and elaborate char-
actor. The carpets nro of the most
elegant patterns , imported by A. T.
Stewart & Co. And the furniture ,
which was manufactured expressly for
the owner , is very elegant and sub
stantial. Ono of the important fea
tures of this palatial residence ia the
picture gallery , which contains some
very valuable pictuiea by homo nnd
foreign artists.
The homo of Mrs. A. T. Stownrthag
boon so often described in the public
prints that it is needless to devote
space to an enumeration of its fea
tures. The Into Mr. Stewart expend
ed an enormous amount of money in
articling and fitting up a homo , which
lias few equals on the American conti
nent.
nent.A
A light stone chateau building in
Fifty-second street belongs to Mr. W.
U. Vandorbilt. Mr. U. M. Hunt , the
uohiteet , employed six draughtsmen
for nearly three years bceldca making
u elaborate model in plaster of the
jutaido of the bouse , costing several
thouiand dollars. Upon the stone
uamngB of the two street facades of
this house sixteen sculptors have boon
employed for two years , all the line
jurying having been done after the
itonos were in place. The house is
not yet finished.
Three brown stone houses in the
block on the west side of Fifth avenue ,
liotwoon Ffty-first and Fifty-Hccond
ilroota , attract much attention. The
arger , which is Mr. W , H. Vandor-
) ilt's and the others are two married
laughtornof Mr. Vanderbilt Mrs.
LSlliott V , Shepard nnd Mro. Henry T.
iloane. .Brown stone is used through-
lut.nnd the style is nondescript blend-
ng of renaissance with cabinet work
n details. A band , four foot wide , of
jrapo leaven , is cut into thostono , and
uns around the t\\o \ houses , There
rotwoof these bands at dill'oront
loighta ,
The three houses referred to nbovo
are throe stories high , surmounted by
n fourth , the windotvs of which are
hidden by mi open fretwork of atone.
The only material except brown stone
which is used in the frncadcs is bronze ,
of which nil elaborate cresting is used
at different points. The main stair
case , thittocn feet wide , is of oak ,
oiled. The stairway of the house
rises to the roof and floods the inside
of thu house with light , coming
through some good specimens of giant-
work. On the second floor is Airs.
Vandcrbllt's bod-room , finished in
white marble , rosewood and ebony ,
the wnlbt being hung with silk.
The ceiling is to bo covered with a
painting by the French artist , Lofob *
vro , representing the dawn of day.
Through all the rooms of the second
floor much use is made of tapestries ,
silver , marble and different costly
woods polished to n mirror-liko sur
face , Thu height of the colling in fif
teen feet. The gas fixtures are from
the iinn of D.irbcdienne & Co. , of
Paris. Much of the woodwork of the
second story , the carpets , tapestries ,
leather , silk hangings and decorative
paintings also como from there. A
scries of eighty small panel paititln.B ,
done in Paris at a cost of 9100 each
will ndcrn the rise of each step in th
chief staircase , two panels finding
niche in every rise , on each Hide of th
strip of carpet or tapestry , or goh
cloth , upon which persons will be expected
pectod to walk up and down stairs
The window-sashes throughout thr
house are finished in mahogany an
brass ,
The houses of Mrs. Shepard nnd
Mrs. Sloano are extravagantly rich in
decoration. Ono of the best bits of
work is a mantelpiece of oak , inlai
with red marble , in the liall of Mrs ,
Shopard's houso. and a mantel o :
bluestone in the library. These twc
houses are more superbly finished , so
far its expense goes , than any house in
the city. Mr. vandorbilt's house i
six times "full-sized"
as largo as a -
house , 25 foot wide and GO foot deep ,
The house of Mr. W. D. Vanderbill
is connected with the others by a cov
ered portico , the stops loading to which
are about 45 feet back from the nyou
uo. The entrance to this portico is a1
the middle of the block , .tho sidewalk
at that point consisting of ono enor
mous slab of bluostoro , lf > foot wide
and 25 foot long , which weighs forty
tons and cost $5,000. The other flag
stones which surround the house are
each 13 feat wide and 1C feet long ,
The inside of the portico is n room 40
foot scaiaro , the walls being panelled
in Scotch granite , highly polished.
Mr. Vandcrbilt'a and Mrs. Sloano's
houses are entered from the portico ,
the entrance to Mrs. Shopard' house
being on Fifty-second street. The
doom of Mr. Vanderbilt's house are
to bo of biorr/o , and are said to cos
820,000. The entrance to the house
in narrow considering its immense size
74 foot v , ido by 110 feet deep. The
ceiling is 37 feet high. ' Fucmg the
visitor who crimson thu threshold is a
monumental fireplace as wide as it is
high , ascending to the ceiling , ono
iiiiisH of uarvud wood and marble , The
w ills are frescoed in rod nnd gold
very solid nnd bright. To the left , on
the Fifth avenue front uro three
rooms a parlor in cherry , library in
ebony and drawing room in mahogany.
On the Fifty-first street front is the
dining-room , 28 feet wide by 30 fec
long , containing a'mnntlopioeo of oak
almost as lurgo as that in the hall , and
buffets of oak and porcelain. There
are sixteen panels around the
walls in which paintings of
sporting scenes , fish and gjmo are
to bo placed. _ The butler's pantry ,
adjoining the dining-room , is paneled
in oak , coiling andnll , in n styie which
would bo considered extravagant for
most drawing-rooms. The western
half of Mr. W. H. Vnndcrbilt's house
is given up to a picture gullory 48 foot
long , 30 feet wide nnd 33 food high.
There is a smaller room adjoining to
bo used for water coolers. A balcony
in the picture gallery will bo used by
the orchestra at balls.
Mr. Vanderbilt wontto Europe with
Heater to order all the glasswork ,
chandeliers , carpets , hangings , marble
work nnd much of the furniture , The
only art work done in this country for
thu house are the bronze railings
around the house nud. the bronze crest
ing around the roof. This work was
dgno in nine months by a Philadel
phia linn for $42,000. The chande
liers , including one of Holid silver
weighing half a ton , for the ball roomer
or picture gallery , nro now being made
by Darbeilionno of Paris. Vanderbilt -
bilt has two of Hester's men scouring
Euiopo for whatever may bo unique
in furniture. Cost is said to bo of no
importance whatever. From cartful
estimate ! it is thought that the three
houses in thai ono plot of ground
will have cost , when ready for iiouse-
keeping , about 34,500,000.
Jacob Mnrtzolf , of Lancaster , N. Y. ,
B.i8 your Hl'HiNd UI.OKSOH woskn well for
overytlitiifj you recommend It ; inytclf ,
wife mul children have all used it. anil you
can't find n healthier family in Now York
tato. Out , fi , 1880. Trice CO ceiitu , ro
tall bottles 10 cents , oct3eodlw
TRUE TO HER TllUST.
Too much cannot bo said of the
over faithful wife nnd mother , con
stantly watching nnd curing for her
dear ones , never neglecting a single
duty in their behalf. When they are
assailed by disease , and the system
should have n thorough cleansing , the
stomach nnd bowels regulated , blood
purified , malarial poison exterminated ,
she must know that Elcotrio Bitters
nro the only sure lomody. They nr
the best nnd purest medicine in the
world , and only cost litty cents. Sold
by lah & MoMahon , (2) ( )
GRAND OPENING !
I'rofcssor flslicr , ( from St. Lonli ) Danrlnir Ac
ademy , titniuhnl Hall , cor Fifteenth nud rarn-
hnni , Tuesday etcnlng , Koptcmbcr Cth.
Clasicu lor UiUinanU Ucntleinoiiuommenclni ;
Tucailay tAenluf ; September Otli ; clatuuiulor
Mitten and XIft tori , coimnoncln j Saturday utter-
nooii at 4 o'clock , Classen for Kamilloivlll , lie
arranged to mlt tbo honorable | wtroii . Also
ballet drcliii ( can lie taught.
Ti'rma lllnral , ami period satisfaction to ichol-
nrs iruanuitcvd. 1'rlvuto Instruction ! IIxiirlv -
giinttliQ lUncliij ; Acoduiuy or at the ' < uldimco
1'rliato onlen may bo loft ntSIa * Jtcier A
lira1 * . _ U30tf
Reading and Elocution
-TAUaHTJIV-
JULIE ! B HAEDBNBBBQH ,
Volco Training , Prlvato Le on * and
Claitn.
SOU CaM mrfMt , brUucn 20th nn I 21 t.
Dexter L. Thomas ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Great German
REMEDY
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SCIATICA ,
LUMBAGO ,
BACKACHE ,
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CHEST ,
SORE THROAT ,
QUINSY ,
SWELLINGS
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8PEAINS ,
FROSTED FEET
AID
EARS.
XIXTH.WS
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SCALDS ,
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BDDIIY PAINS
TOOTH , EAR
1KD
HEADACHE ,
ADD
All other Pains
4HD
ACHEZB.
No I'npmtlDU on earth KIIII | Sr. Jicon.i OIL i.
lire , Mint , imrLK and CIUAT Kiternit Ittiued/
A trtil > nulli but th coraptrillrilr trlHIag outl T o
SO Ci.ill. nd ererjr on * loitering vrltli ( tin on nil
chop ind t > oiUr ! iTocftf iti cltlmJ.
DIKKCTIOM ) IN KHUN LlNOtiGIS.
tOf.0 IT All DROOOISTS AND OIAUIS IN MtOICINt.
A. VOGELER A CO.
llaltltnorr.ISA. , U.S.A.
BITTERS
Diminished Vigor-
Is reimbursed In great mcuuro to these troubled
with ncnic lililncjB , by a judicious use of Hostel
to 'e Stomach Ditto s , which Imlfjorntes and
atlmulatcs without evtitlnp the urinary or
gati ) . In conjunction \tlth Us Inllucnco upoi
them , It correct' acidity , improits uppotttu , and
lain e\cry av conduchu to health and ncno
repose. Another marked quality It Its control
over fci cr iiid ague , and ! U pan cr of preventing ;
It. Forsa'obyall Dru ' IsU and Dealers gen
erally WISE'S
? xle Grease
NEVER GUMS !
Used on Wnfjons , Dusrgloa , Ileapcrs , Thresher *
and 11111 . It Is '
Machinery. IM'ALIMBLK TO PARK-
IBS AND TKAMHTKM. It cures Scratches and all
klndi oteorco on Horsed and Stock , us well as on
men.
men.OLAB.K . & WISE , Manors ,
QOG Illinois Street , Chicago.
dTSKNH FOIl 1'IUCKS. jo 24-6m-bg
Propoiali ior Sewer Bon da-
Scaled nronoials will bo received until
Octolwr iSnth , 1881 , at 12 , noon , by the
City Clerk of Oiunha , county of Douglas.
State of Nebraska , and \ \ \ \ \ , nt that hour ,
be opened for the muchaso of SjO,000.00
of the issue of SIOO.OOO.OO of Sewer
Itonds , First Series , of the City of Omaha.
Said bondrf are dated September Int , 1881 ,
are in sums at $1,000.00 each , bear interest
from their date at the rate of mx per cen
tum per annum , payable nt the office of
Kountzo Bros , , Isow Yoik , nemi-anmially ,
upon coupons attached ; said bonds are
[ fisued tinder thu Chatter power of said
city after election duly hold authorising
their issue for Urn completion of Sewers
partly constructed , and for the construc
tion of additional Hewcn. The 850,000.00
now offered nro the rirnt Bold of said Uondg ,
Bjds will bo addressed to the undersigned ,
and must statu tha full nomu and address
of the Didder , the amount of said Hondo
desired , and the price proposed to be paid.
The right in re orve < l to reject any and
all bioV. J. J. L. 0. JEWETT ,
nept2a-30t. City Clerk.
1880. SHORTLINE. 1880.
KANSAS
St , Joe ft
ftU
U Till ONLY
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND TUB KA8T
From Omaha and the West ,
Mo change ol can between Omaha , and m. i/iul < ,
md but ono botwecn OMAHA and
NKW YOHK.
Daily PassengerTrains
IIUCIIINQ ALL
EASTERN AND WKSTCIIN CITIES ith LESS
C1IARQE3 and IN ADVANCE ot ALL ,
OTHER LINKS.
Thli ontlro Una la equipped with Pullmin's
PaUco Sleopln ; Can , 1'ab.eo Pay Coothea , llllltVi
Sofctv I'ktfonn and Coupler , and Uio celebrated
Alr.brulo.
that jour tlvl.dt totu\ \ * VIA nANSAS
OITST. . JOSK1MI & COUNCIL 11LUFKS IUII
road , \li bt. Joiwph anil St. IxxiU.
TItkcta ( or fcalo at all coupon Hitlom In thf
tt'est. J. F. llAUNAnU ,
A. . 0. DAWES , Don , Supt. , Bt Joiiq.h . , JIoJ
den. 1'aua. and Ticket Agt. , St Joseph , Mo.
AUDI COBDKN , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Kaniham etrco * .
A , 0. lUuuun. Ocjicrol Arent ,
OMAHA. NK
DISEASES
_
EYE & EAR
DR. L. B. GRADDY ,
Oculist and Aurist ,
-ATE CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL
LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.
Ictercnec * all iUpuUblo I'hytlUan * o ( Omiha.
. Corner IGth and Farnham St * . ,
3m h . Neb _ tuSJJinett
E ntni nation of Teacher * .
I will bo prtsoiit at my office In Crclghton
> lock on the llr t KAtunU ) of each month to x <
.mine nidi applUimtft a may ilenlro to teach
U thu publlo KchooU In l > o ilH tounty. Quar-
url ) ' examination lint Biitimlay In Vclruary ,
la ) , Au.titt und Nouiubur.
J , J I'OINW ,
County Bunt , 1'ublle Instruction
BITTERS
AIw. J. O , Itolicrtton , Plttubnrir , Pa. , writes : " !
MM itiffcrliiK'fromKcneml dchllltv. want ot np-
petit * , oonstliwllon , ttc. , no that Ilfona a bur
den ; after tuln Ilunloclv niootl iilttcra 1 felt tict.
tcr than ( or j tars. I cannot praise j our Dlttore
too much. "
n. Olblrt. ot nuffato , N. Y. , wrlU * ! "Voiir
liurilock Dlood lllttcru , In chronic dUcascsof the
blood. Ihcr ami kldncj.i , hntc liocn signally
hurknl nlth rniecoA. Ihnto u < wxl them nijgcll
lth best result * , for torpidity of thell\er , and in
cixsoof a friend of mine mtffcrins from droiwy ,
the effect TIJ mart clout. "
Bruce Turner , Ilooliestcr , N. Y. vrltei:1" !
been flulijcct to pcrloiMdlfmrdcror the kldneyn.
and unable to attend to Inulncns : Ilunlock Hlocxl
UltUrs relieved mobcforoIialfabottloKMUsed ,
I fetl confident that they w 111 entirely euro me. "
A'cntth Hall , Dlnjliampton , N. Y. , writes
"I Buffered with iv dull pnln through my let
lung and ehouldcr. I/ost my spirits , nppctlt
and color , and could with difficulty keep up a
clay. Took ) our Ilunlock Blood DittcM n dl
rccted.aml hnvo fct ! no | nln ulnoc flnt neck ai
tcr unlii ) , ' them. "
Mr , Noah liatcx , rinilra , N. Y. , writes : "Aboui
four yearn ago I had an attack of bllloni fov cr , an
never fully recovered. My digestive onrnn
ere w cakcncd , and I would lie completely pro
tratcd for ilnjn. Alter itslnjf two bottles of jou
Ilunlock Blood Hitters the Improvement wai
vlflblu that I VMV attonlihcd. I cnnnowvlhouK
01 > ears of ngc , do a fair and reasonable da
work.
C. Placket Rohlnmn , proprietor of The Canada
Presbyterian , Toronto. Out. , writes : "For v cam
I Buffered proatly from oft-recurring headache. I
used } our Ilunlock Illood Litters with happiest
result * , and I now find mj self in better health
than ( or } cars past. "
Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' -Iha
lined Burdock Blood Hitters fofnenoui and bll
lloun hcadochofl , nnd can rvcommcnd it to an ) on
ns a euro for blllioiumcai. "
Mrs. Ira Mullholland , Albany , N. Y , writes !
"For Mvcral J ears I hao oufforcil from olt-recur
rlnjt billions hoadoeheg , dj ] wiiRla , and com
plaint * peculiar to ni ) BCN. Since Using join
Ilunlock Illood Hitters I am entirely relieved. "
Price , > I.OO per Bottle ; Trial Bottlei 10 Cti
FOSTER , MILBURN , & Go , , Flops
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon and C. F.
Goodman. _ Jo 27 eod-mo
BASTOZ & ULLS ,
1422 Dousrlas St. . 5th.
Before removing to
their new
OPERA HOUSE STOEE
Will Fell their stock of
BOOTS I SHOES
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
2 Z
Established 11 Years ,
Asset * Represented
882,000,000 o.
AclUo tire and Lifo
wanted. 0. T. TAYLUlt to CO ,
14th & Douglas St.
DON'T IT BURN I
Jy house anil fumlture h Insured with
0 , T. TAYLOll & CO. ,
( Nir lUh nud Doucloa.
FOSTER & GRAY ,
- WHOLESALE
WHOLESALE.r
.r
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
KcOOmcly
WHOLESALE
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKAtKIl IX
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb.
MARBLE HEAD LIME CO.'S
Double Strength White
ST.PAULLUMBERYARD
Lumber , Lath , Shingles ,
Thirteenth and California Streets , OMAHA , - - - NEB.
8c21mclra
HEADQUARTERS
-FOR-
MEN'S FURNISHING. GOODS.
We desire to call the special attention of the trade to our
elegant lines ( at BOTTOM PRICES ) of Underwear , Cardigan
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overshirts , Overalls
Hosiery , &c. , now open. Wholesale only.
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA , NEB.
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAILORDERS.
Jv 18-tno ' - ' < < r i
IE1. O.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
IMl'OKTKHS AND JOBnUK-S OF
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
. .
A ty.fr
The only exclusive wholesale house in this line in the west.
FEARON & COLE ,
Commissson Merchants ,
1121 Farnham St , , Omaha , Neb.
Consignments made us will roteUe prompt attention. References : State Bank , Omaha ; Platt
. . . .
& Co. , Ualtimore ; Feck & Hunnlicr , Cnlcazo ; U. Werk & Co. , Cincinnati.
STAR STOVE POLISH
AND
BEAUBRUMMEL BOOT BLACKING
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MANUFAOTUllED BY
Max Meyer & Go.
GunsAmmunitionSporting Goods
FISHING TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a
FULL LINE OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
SIEUNHD : EOX& FXtlXCXl-aVZSTC.
MAX1 MEYER & CO. , Omaha , Ne
WM. F. STOETZEL ,
Dealer in Hardware ,
Cooking Stoves
TIIN"
Stove Repairer , Job Worker and Manufacturer
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Tenth and Jacksc" c * - - - - Omaha , Neb