Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 01, 1881, Page 2, Image 2
1 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1881. SHENANDOAH. An Enterprising and Handsom Little Oily , Interesting History of tb Growth of the Town , Dnitliug Business Men Among it CHIrotiv SHEXANDOAU , Town , October 2- ! ) Shonandonh occupies n portion of on of the western sections of Grant town ship in Pngo county , and 1ms n genii western slope nnd its situ commands i innt'iiificont view of the Nishimbolm river for sovcr.il miles. 1I1STOKY. The town was founded on the ( ill day of August , 1870 , tbo first housi built in the town having been com plctcd on that day. The pioneer store was the hard wan establishment of J. H. BluiRart & Co. which opened on the 10th day of Oc tober following. Two lumber oflicc were started it Auqust , and in September tember the following year W. E Webster established the first dru | store , and S. P. Carpenter crccloi what was at that limo the finest hole in Page county the Shenandoal Housn. The first firstMUKIOII'AL MUKIOII'AL KLIH.TIO.V in the town occurred on the 22d o August , 1871. The entire number o votes cast w.is sixty-six. Mr. J. H Shugart was then elected mayor. Ol the 23d day of July , 1871 , the infan town doffed its swaddling clothun am came forth fully fledged andchriBtonoi as an independent corporation by th beautiful and significant name o Slipnandpah "daughtorof the stars. ' At this time the first railroad was com loted , running from Hod Oak ti ? tamburg , and gave emphasis to tin town. The 8C1100LH , of Shcnundoah belonged tothosyntotr of Grant township until 1872 , whoi the independent district of the cit } was organized. The present brick structure was erected at n cost of $3,040 in 1873. It soon bccnmo neces sary to enlarge the building , which was done by adding two wings , also of brick , at tin additional of $700 , and now is the finest building in the coun ty , with a sintrlc exception. The at tendance now is upward of i'lVK HUMUlI ! > KOIIOLA118 , requiring a corps of teachers. Since the early growth of the town there lias been built six substantial churchro ihit ; are having a largo attendance. A flourishing lodge of the Masonic order and of the I. 0. O. P. and G. A. II. are hero rcpreeonted , The town lias grown to n population of 2,000 in the first ton years of her ex M istence , and building 13 the order of the day. I am informed that there have been built within ono year , SEVKNTY-nVK UWELtlNOH , nnd tliero are none of them < vacant Beaido a now brick opera house , 50x 00 feet on the ground , is under con struction , with two stores under neath ; also two brick stores , two -stories high and 2txiO ( feet on the gtound , and a now brick hotel build ing , 24x10 , and three stores high , are : soon to bo finished. The streets , uro lined with good plank sidewalks , and the city has planked the street some eight feet back from Iho hitching posts , so the loams are not compelled to stand in the mud and spnttur the pedestrian or the store windows wild dirty water , TUB OKMETEHY was platted and recorded in the early years of the township. It occupies about twelve acres of gtound east of town and is circular in lorm except the north side , which borders in the bhill'd. The whole area is fenced , and on the outside borders are two rowe of tree1) extending the entire distance Around , making a beautiful show. The grounds are systematically laic out in circles , with lots and walks regularly alternating. COUllTESV. I wish to express many thanks tc the people of Shenandoah for theii kind attention and favors rendered , and particularly to Mr. Jack Shugart , who so uheorfully escorted your cor respondent about the town , Jake it the "sin ko stack" of the Iowa Home insurance company , another ono oi Shonandoah's new enterprises. It if through him thut the whole business is ventilated , for they do say that he can write up moro insurance policies than any nun now on the turf. May success ever crown his labors. ItAlLHOADH. Shenandoah IIDH a branch of the 0 , , 'JJ , A Q. , and the main line of tin Wabash , St. Louis & Pacific , with an other projected road that will bo completed pletod this winter from Shonandoal to Humes on , and a charter has boot granted for two moro brancliOH of tin Wabash that will have a torminui hero ; ono of them reaches to Lincoln Kob. ; via Nebraska City. With tliosi facilities for trafllo there can b < nothing to retard the I'llOOUl'.SS of the town , which has advanced vorj rapidly in the lust two or three years Every branch of industry is lion represented ; the numerous stores an well filled with goods , and the towi is usually aglow with commercial men who know where they can sell goods and they find it to their advantage ti come this way. The country aroum is fast becoming settled , and trade i constantly increasing. MAMUrAUTUllINO , A flouring mill and a foundty am machine ejiop comprise this branch o industry. Mr. M. Opponhoimor. win is running the latter , has a brie ! foundry room 24'x5Q feet , ono stor ; high , and a machine shop adjoining 20x40 feet , fitted up with maehiner ; calculated to make any hind of mill ing machinery or engine work. I ! has also a planing mill and scroll saw for dressing wood.CUOl'H CUOl'H , , There lias been expected at loan .half or two-thirds of u crop in tin section for this uncommonly dry am hot acn.on , but Messrs. A. llurr J Co. , the millers and grain dealers , in form mo that since harvest has be gun that it is found to bo far short pi 'tho expectation. The corn crop wil bo principally consumed by feeders aiid little or none will bo shipped cast Seine two hundred loads have beer sold to feeders in Missouri , and lh ( homo demand exceeds Iho supply bj thirty car loads now booked. Mr. 7 D. Mathews hns live grain elevators al different points in this vicinity , am confirms this statement , III.OODEII STOCK. Considerable interest is being takoi in improving the native breeds o stock in Page county , in fact UK people hero aio acting in the old adag ( of 'wliaf is worth doing is wortl doing well' and the whole county i showing it. Mr. H. S. Wo IF has a-llf. aero farm and is devoting his entin attention to breeding and growiti ) fancy cattle , horses , hogs , poultry ant ] dogs , lie has now some forty head ol HUOltT IIO1INH , with two three-year old bulls at tlu head , a Hates and a rose of Sharon , the noted prize winner. Among hit steed of driving horses may be found a "Gen. Spragtio. " ono ol "Goo Spraguo's" colts. Col. Uabcock says ho is the best colt of "George's" got that ho has soon. Mr. W. also IPS some fair specimens of fancj and breeds fox hounds and Soultry collier dogj and saya he has eonio of thn boss ' CHESTKHWHITK HOOP. The hog product of this county is registered among the best , and Shenandoah - nandoah lias sent away about as many as any competing town , There are some Jersey and Ifolstein cattle- bred in this vicinity. It is evident that Page county is destined to rank nmonj. the first in the growing of the agri cultural products , as she has the ad vantages necessary to do it , viz : A genial climate , and an alluvial soil , naturally , together with rjuick access to market , and nu KNTKllPllISINO PKOPLK to push it. 1 cannot close without noting the improvement in the system of keeping the now "only hotel in the city , which has .recently changed hands , and become thoroughly renovated , anil is , in short , a homo-liko and com modious place to stop , and "Goung" knows how to "rush the kitchen" to Iho entire eatisfaction of the most'fas ' tidious , See advertising columns for busi- icss directory. JloVRit. ONE DE GROAT ACQUITTED , The Jury Out Only a Half Hoar. Sensational Soouo in Court Upon the Rendering of the Verdict- T The argument in the cnso of Bon. S. DcGront , on trial under nn indict- nont for arson , for the burn ing o 3Iin . Do Great it Co.'s. hat store , van concluded about four o'clock Saturday afternoon. The charge of Iho judge was not eng and the jury retired , it being ox- iccted ihoy would , bo out until late it Might. Contrary , however , to nil mticipntion , in about Imlf nn hour it VOH iinnouncod that they had ugrood ipon a verdict. When they cainu in .lio . court room was only occupied by i few attorneys and the prisoner and lia brother. After calling the names jf the jurymen the clerk said : "Gen iicn , liavo you agreed upon your rcr- licU" The foreman responded : "Wo. mvo. Wo find the prisoner not guilty. " . Don DoGroat had partly risen from lia chair and wan looking with staring eyes at the jury , when the verdict was pronounced. Aa ho hoard it ho 'oil ' back , the tears rolled down his cheeks , and then ho fainted away. Ho was immediately carried from the court room and restored. Ilia broth er , Oharles DoGroat , Boomed hardly less it licet od , The case wns tv very hard fought one from its beginning , and splendidly tried on both sides. District Attor ney JUirnham was assisted in the prosecution by Hon. J. M. Thurston and E. W. Simoral , Esq. Gen. J. 0. Cowin and Joseph P. OJnrkson , Esq. , conducted the able defonco. Ono 'uaturo of the trial was the merciless cross examination to which Oowin subjected the witnesses for the atato. The most important of the criminal o.iso ; ) still upon the docket is the trial > f Charles Noistroin , indicted for the murder of John Peterson , alias Will- man. The facts relating to this case are substantially as follows : Peterson and No strum worked in shops which adjoined , on Sixteenth street. On the third of last Augtut , Peterson was in Neutiom's shop , when a quarrel arose between thorn. It is alleged that Noiiitrmn knocked Peterson down and then kicked him. Poteraon died on August 7th. At the coroner's inves tigation the jury found that the deceased came to his death from causes unknown. District Attorney Hurnham , not sat isfied with this verdict , had Noistroin arrested , and at the examination be fore Judge Itonocko ho was hold to answer to the chaivo of murder in the second degree. The grand jury , how ever indicted him for murder in the first degree , on which charge ho will bo tried. Another case is that of one Tracy and. lloso York the latter u notorious woman for on alleged robbery of Peter Peterson. The complaint al leges that the York woman enticed Peterson into her room , on Twelfth street in this city , when Tracy rushed in , pretended to bo the injured husband - band , and compelled Peterson to give up his watch and about $50 iu money. Peterson afterwards made complaint against the parties , and they were in dicted at the present term of court. Palpitation of the Heart. M' * ' sy cus * > . N. Y. , writes ? , "I11",1 , c ° i iiieuced lining your IJur I"001' ' ] lttm l WIUI troubled wltl fluUerinir nuil palpitation of the hcnrt. 1 lull weiik uml languid , with a immlmeBi of the jtmlw. Binco iwlnf , my heart ha ; not troubled mo and the numbing scnaa tlou In all Bono.11 Price. 91) ) tiial * ho , l ( - 10-collv SILVER CITY. What it Was F.ur Yoara Ago , And What it has Become To1 The Stirronndins Conntry Fertili And Riok- Correspondence of Tun HRR Sii.vr.n CITY , October 29. Foui years ago the city of silver and goli ( in corn cribs ) was a waving field ol barley owned by Mr. II. H. Hudaker , who came hero twelve years ago and took possession of 300 acres of land that his father had bought three ycara before at § l'J.oO per acre , and used it for n stock farm The original old farm house now stands back from the main street , looking as though it felt embarrassed when compared with the modern structures , and quietly trying to hide itself among the tall grove that surrounds it. HISTOHY. The railroad opened up this country in the summer of 70 , and in the fall of the sanio year the town site was laid nut by Mr. Ilufl'aker , who sold ono-hnlf of the land to the railroad company and named the town Silver City , which was derived from the Sil ver Crook running close by , and af fording splendid water power , which is spoiling to bo utilized. The postofiico was opened in July , 1879. and ono year after n money or der department w.i * assigned which has since issued 1,017 orders , amount ing to 821,000. The village has made a rapid GROWTH since it commenced and now has up wards of 300 happy souls yes , I know they are happy and there is room for as many moro without being crowded. Villags lots arc on the market at less than their real value , and this is ono reason why the towu has prospered so well. A petition for incorporating the village has been laid before the circuit court , which will moot and act on the matter in Novem ber next. This is ono of the many IMI'IIOYEMENTH that nro seen on ovcry hand. Ono now store and thirteen now houses have been built this summer , and anew now Methodist church , . ' 52x55 foot on the ground , with a tower 70 feet high , is to bo put up yet this year , costing 32,500 , 81,850 of the amount having already boon subscribed. A CITY PAllK , containii.g our square and planted ivith ornamental trees and laid oil' ivith gravel walks , is contemplated. Mr. J. W. Sale intends to open a now itoro this winter and he knows how to run ono too. Good luck to J. W. Messrs. L. W. Ilussoll & Co. have liad such an increasing trade in their mrdwaro store that they have found t necessary to enlarge their building , ivhich will bo done in the spring. GKOPK. Mills county is found unions : the ist of the best for agricultural pur- ) oscs , though the crops this year are tot moro than one-half that usually ; rown , but she will , I think , hold her ) wn. There are upwards of 100,000 bushels of bright corn in crib hero low , and I am informed that Silver Dity shipped more grain last season ; l-an did Council DluH's , Glenwood and Malvcrn combined. WANTS. A furniture store is needed. There s none here , and people are obliged ; o go put of town for goods. A coed lotol is also needed to accommodate ho demands of the public , and should jo considered by some interested in , he business. A flouring mill is the sry of the people , and a tin shop is iollod for every day. STOCK. Over two hundred car-loads of hogs mvo boon shipped January 1st. Mr. auflakor has surrounded the city with lis lands and now has 1,010 acres in til , which ho uses for stock-growing mrposea. The farmers in this viofnity mvo learned that cattle and hogs are < ing , and have devoted most of their vttention to them. I could but gaze at the lonq and ivoll filled corn cribs that border on the suburbs. They look as though they would defy a famine for years , if necessary , and show a marked degree jf industry on the part of the people , nd are conclusive evidences that n country that can produce a town of this kind in two or three years , with to much surplus grain in store , must bo a country worth having , and ono that does really possess the element necessary to prosperity and comforts Lonf may she prosper. Miss 0. G. Greenwood & Co. deal ers in lumber and grain have recently 301110 from the northern part of the itato , and I am informed that they find the quality of the grain grown lierp to bo , for some reason , far su perior to that grown north of here. It is considered by many that the growing of kinds of fruit will prove as mcccsaful in Mills county as it has in counties bordering on the south. rho soil and climate seems to bo as well adapted to the growth of fruit lioru as it is fifty miles south. FarmiiiL' lands are under so good a jtuto of cultivation that they can bo readily sold for from § 25 to 840 per icro , and still climbing up the scale of perfection , The day is not far distant when land in this county will bo hard to got ivt any price. See advertising columns for busi ness directory. HOVEH. i i FIIEE OF COST. DK. KIKU'H NKW DIHCOVKHY for Consumption , Coughs and Colds Asthma , Bronchitis , etc. , is given away in trial bottles free of cost to the alllictod. If you have n bad cough , cold , difficulty of breathing , hoarseness or any affection of the throat or lungs by all means give this wonderful remedy n trial. As you value your existence you cannot aflbrd to let this opportunity pass. Wo could not afford , and would not give this remedy away unless wo Know it would accomplish what wo claim for it. Thousands of hopeless cases have already been completely cured by it. There is no medicine in the world that will euro ono half the cases that Du. KI.NO'H NEW DISCOVKUY will euro. For sale by 0 } Ibii ifc MoMAiio.x , Omaha. DimlnifthoA Vigor. ts reimbursed In great mcanuro to those troublci with weak kl'lnoji , Ly Judicious mo of Iloet.t tei'i Stomach Hitter which Invigorate ) ant fttlmulatea without xcltlnr the urinary or K&n * , In conjunction with Iti Influence upor them , It corrcctt acidity , Improves nppctllo , nnd Is In ovcry way comlucito to he&llh nnd ncru repose. Another marked quality Is lt contro met feicr iml mrue , and It * power of prmcntlm It. l-'or M'C by all Urujulata and Dealers gen crtlly. LU IK PASSENGER RATES I I10DBIK IiriOS. . nrokcrs In all Railroad ricketH , Omaha , Nob. , offer Tickets to the East , in til further notice , at the following unheard of jew [ latex : Chicago , 912 ; Round Trip , $24,00 , These are limited first-Class Tickets anil irood for return through the year , and \ la tlio Old Reliable .Chi- Afo , Burlington & Quincy lUilronJ. Alio , one ay to NEW YORK , 827 CO , * 2t 00. I10STON , 2dCO. 2600. PHILADELPHIA , 27 DO , 2 00. WASIIKVUTON , 27 00 , 24 00. For particulars , wrlto or po direct to HOliBIE ! ) HOS. , Dealers In Reduced Hate Railroad nnd jtuamshlp Tickets , SO ! ) Tenth St. , Omaha , Neb. Remember the place Three DOOM North of Jnlon 1'adtlc Railroad Depot , Eaat Hide of Tenth Itroet. ' Omaha. August 1 , 1B31 u25daw4m AND H a n d s o mest -IN THE- MARKET ! For Sale by WM. E , STOETZEl , * 621 South Tenth St. J , E , BRADLEY , R. X ] S * Xf k. TT XC , * ABflT T . Oorner 10th and WebitorSti , r'rfeh Oriteri and Game constantly on band and Hcrvod In the latest itvlo. 06-1 " " < ffestern Horse ana iMtlo , Iii- surauco Company , Capital , - - - < 100OOOOO Insures Homo ) , JIulcs and Cattle against loea by tcoldcnt , docouo or tucfU Atcncleo In all court. tint ol the State. Hcud for circular * . e ) ly POLAND & GWYEU , CommisBion Merchants , For th rain of Farm Produce ! Potatoes Poultry ' Uuttcr. Egif rccehixl and sold on conimliulon , Cash adtancoi made on consignment * . Wnrehouio and Store , 1413 Dodfie Street , Omaha , Neb , BASfffi & IELLS , 5th. Before removing to their new OPERA HOUSE STORE Will sell their slock of BOOTS 9 SHOES At Greatly Reduced Prices. The Democratic Candidate foi County Treasurer. A COUIIKCTKI ) AKKIDAVIT QV M118. TATR OK NEIHUSKA , \ u Douaws COUNTY , j Mrs , LtnaI'etcrs being first duly nworr deposes nnd fnya , she is well ncquntntet with one Chris. Hnrtmnn , nnd that on 01 about the 31st of May 1877 , said Chris. Ilartman then being the city treasurer ol Omaha. She presented to said Hnrtmnn as imch treasurer , by John Ti1. Kuhn , a city warrant amounting to 825.00 principle , be sides interest for over two years on the same. Af I'm tit PUNS said warrant was for work done on the Dodgeotrect grade. AIH- ant nays that said Hartman told her , that Btttd warr > nt was not worth much , would not be paid in seven or eight years. Aid ant says nho had her tax en paid on the above said date , and supposed to put sale ] warrant in an catji. Atliant furtln-r says , that shortly afterwards the naid Hartman came to her harness store on Farnham street , and informed her that ho could get a man to buy said warrant , thereupon said Hartman liimuelf paid affiant the sum ol 812.00 for said warrant. Affiant further says , that shortly afterwards she was ver- bially informed that said warrant had been paid in full. Alliant further says she sold suid warrant for $12.10. relying entirely upon the false and fraudulent representa tion of said Hartman. Affiant Bays she wan then , and ia now a widow. This affidavit is given to correct nome error in the' affidavit , sworn to on the 18th day of Octob'er , before Luther 11. Wright , n justice of the peace , nnd been heretofore published in TIIK ( JJiAHA BF.R and Repub lican. LlKA PKTKna. Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 2Cth d y of October , 1881. JOHN MuitcniK CI.AHKK , Notary Public. STATE OF NEDIUIIKA , \ DoL'OLAH COUNTY , f ' John F. Kuhn being first duly sworn , IOUOSCH and says , that ho lies read the foregoing affidavit of Mrs. Lina 1'efers , and i hat the statements therein made are true as ho verily belie\cs , JOHN P. KUHN. Subscribed in my preeence and sworn to before me this 20th day of October , 1881. JOHN MURCHIE CLARKE , cct27eod&w , _ Notary Public. Denial of the Peters Affidavit- STATE or NEDIIABKA , 1 _ DOUGLAS COUNTY. I B ' Samuel G , Malletta being first duly sworn deposes , and says that he is city ; reasurer of Omaha : That his attention las been called to the attid.wit of Mrs. jJna Peters , published in the Omaha Daily tcpublican , in which she swears that she , ah or about July 1st , 1877 , sold to Chris. lartman , then city treasurer , for the sum if 812.00 , a Dodge street grade warrant , which was in that same mouth paidln full , to-wit : the sum of § 29.00. Affiant further says thai he has examin ed the books and records of the city treas urer's office , and that tiey | show ; 1st , that no Dodge street gradn fund warrant for UIY amount whatever was paid ia Jtdv , L877. 2d , that but one Dodge street grade 'uml wan ant for the amoiuitof SU'J.OO was paid in the three years , 1870 , 1877 nnd .878 , and that that one wan paid in July , .870 , having been turned in for taxes by John G. Willis , and endorsed by him , ho laving paid at that time the fax. on his Dodge street stoie lot.S. S. G. MALLKTTE , City Treasurer. Subscribeo in my presence and sworn to before mo this 10th day of October , 1881. [ SKAI. ] U. W. AMDHOSK , _ _ Notary Public. STATE OF NKIIRASKA , \ COUNTY OF DOUGLAS. ) Chris , llartumn being duly sworn , in Miswerto the affidavit of Mrs. Peters , says : L'hat during his term of office as city trea- irer of Omnha , from April , 187. ) to April , .879 , he did not buy any warrant whatever - over of Mrs. Peters , or any other person , and that he did not speculate in warrants , ilirecty or imlrcctly , during his said term. Affiant further says , that if he cashed any warrant for Mrs. Petera it was at its full 'ace value , and for the facts relating to the Dodge btreet grade tax warrants , begs cove to refer to the accompanying nfli- ilavit of S. G. Mallette , thn present city treasurer. C. IlAKTSlAN. Subscribed in my presence nnd sworn to before mo this 20th day of October , 1881. [ HEAL. ] G. W. AiiimosK , Notary Public. Ak'cnw wanted for Ufa of Present OaraclJ. A com- ilcte , faithful history from cradle to RW o , by .he eminent bloKrapocr , Col. Conwcll. Books ill ready for dclicry. . An elegantly Illustrated volume. Kndorsed edition. Liberal terms. Agents take orders for from 20 to COcopiesdally. Outsells any other boolc ten to /jrrntaneior uado money no ( tut. The boot. Bella Itself. Kx- wtlcneo not nectsaary. Failureunknown. . All nako immense profit * . Private tcrnu frco. aEOHOK STINSO.V & CO. , ocCdiwlm Portland , Maine. . DISEASES -OFTHE- EYE & EAR DR. L , B. GRADDY , Oculist and Aurist , LATE CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL. ' - of OinahA. Koforcncea all RepuUblo I'hj-Blclaim / JTOfflce , Oorner IBth and Farnh m Stf. , DTnaha. Neb BOYD'S OPERA HOUSE ! JAMES B IJOYD , Proprietor. It L , MAUBII , Business Manager. Friday and Saturday o\cnlng and Sat. Matinee. ANTHONY , KLLI8 A HATAWAY'B SIAJUbTJO CONSOLIDATED AaGHEOATIONI 4 UNITED SHOWS. 4 rhcGrandcstComtcllatlon of ArUta KxerOrganl- icd for Ono Admiwilaii. HAVEL'S Newly Hatched UUMI'TV DUMl'TV. lluulcd by the Urcat , the Only drlwaldl , C. W. HAVEL. Mlaco'i Double Socially and Novelv Co. T bed mat I'arkcritosi International Mautodon DogScliool. The Mc t Intelligent and Amuslnir Conines Be fore tlio Ainerican Public. OllAY & HAN.NIKQ'a MUblOAL CONanESS. KlretamK > rancoluAmcrlcaofthearande tNo\eN ty of the ARC , HiBWAil , the KattIndiaPrlnce a. KlroWorbhlrer. A Veritable I'rlcbtcM of the Hun , who will aiu > car at cvh entertainment Uen by this.Homier Acitreiratlon , in the re markable and original S'cdaUli8 | ' , Once Seen NeiortB l > Forgotten. The obo\o mimiuoth | uoiiiv\uy | , tn > eIntln | [ their own I'alaco Draulnir Itoom Oar , which will bu open ( or Innpection of the public o erv after noon , on da ) ol exhibition I ook out for grand erotowmo utrect mnuJe. Secure s on ejt at llox Omi.'eanda\oid the jam at the tiiktt otHce. I'llcoof admlwlon , l , 9Cc , SOc and 21c. Doors oiiea at 7 , rerforniauco at d o clock , Mallnee at : i)0 | < . m. Parnuctte and Paniuitte Circle Itcseri ed , ( Oc. Urew Circle'J5c , , ui'W-Jas CLOTHING , HATS , GAPS , USk.KTI > Gent's Furnishing Goods , AT THE NEW YORK STORE. H. M. & M. PEAVY , Proprietors , 1309 Farnham Street , OMAHA , NEB. c .im FOSTERS OR AY , -WHOLESALE- LUMBER , COAL & LIME , On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts , , MARBLE HEAD LIME CO.'S Double Strength White Lime ST. PAUL LUMBER YARD C. 3XTID'IJE Lumber , Lath , Shingles , Thirteenth and California Streets , OMAHA , - - NEB se21melm WHOLESALE BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER -AND DEALEP ; IX- , Wall Paper and Window Shades. * * 1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. * FEARON & COLE , Gommissson Merchants , 1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb. Consignments made us will receive prompt attention. References : State Bank , Omaha ; Platt . . . . & Co. , Baltimore ; Peck & Bansher , Chicago ; U. Wcrk & Co. , Cincinnati. I , OBERFELDER & CO. , \ IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OK MILLINERY & NOTIONS , 1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET. The only exclusive wholesale house in this line in the west. IE1. O. 3VCOE.Gr-jA.Isr. WHOLESALE GROCER , 1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Neb. HEADQUARTERS -FOI S FURNISHING GOODS. We desire to call the special attention ot the trade to ouv degant lines ( at BOTTOM PRICES ) of Underwear , Cardigan rackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overehirts , Overalls hosiery , &c.now open. Wholesale only. SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. , Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts. STAR STOVE POLISH COW C3 _ AND W ba * O BEAUBRUMMEL BOOT BLACKING Q. MANUFACTURED BY WHOLES-ALE DRUGGISTS. ISH & McMAHON , 1406 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA , NfcU. lhe ? Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House , in Nebraska SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAIL ORDERS. Jy 18-mo Special Attention Is Once More Called to the Fact that Rank foremost in the West in Asso rtment and Prices of CLOTHING , FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR. ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps. YD are prepared to moot the demands of the trade in regard to Latest " Styles and Patterns. Finn Merchant Tailoring in Connection RESPECTFULLY , M , HELLMAN & CO , , 130M303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th St.