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THE OMAHA .DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15 1882-
BUCKEYE ON BUTLER.
A Few Figures on tbo Profits
of Creameries to Owners
IhB Townt on tUo O. & B. V. R. R.
The Burning of liftnRWortliy'n
Store at Shelby.
Correspondence ol Tlio lce. !
OSCKOLA , Nob. , Fobrunry 8. In
my journey along the Umnha nnd Ilo-
bublicnn Valley railroad this week I
found generally the usual prospurily.
The farmers are neglecting the wlioat
and buying more aittlo , and on every
aide I nm naked , "If 1 take hold of
butter making what will it pay ? " A
few facts may bo ndded to some of
the answers already given in TUB BEE.
In the state of Iowa during the year
1880 the average price paid for cream
at the farmer's door wan 20 cents for
the cream to make a pound of butter.
It was also shown that it cost about
5 cents per pound to manufitoturo
the butter in the creamery , and the
' farmer cm not do it na cheap. In
1831 a atill higher price was paid for
cream. By the above figures an ordi
nary ( scrub ) cow will produce in the
nine months' milking season 180
pounds of butter worth $30 , while
the better class of cows will produce
f 00 or $ GO in a season ; or , in other
words , money invested in cowa will
yield a hundred per cent profits , for
the calf and the milk wijl pay for the
keeping of the cow during the year.
Central Nebraska has a largo corn
crop , and in many of tlicso towns.
In see thousands of bushels piled up
on the ground where the cribs are
Wahoo continues to grow , and is
about to open a now brick hotel with
metropolitan airs , while the f armors
are prosperous , the doctors fat , and
almost every body roads THE UKK.
The lottlo town of Weston , eight
miles weal , is building again , and the
now town hall , several new stores and
good residences , mcatmarkot , hard
ware and drug store , and a now doc
tor are the important additions this
winter. The enterprising young firm
of Scott & March have hardly linisnud
their now store and spread out their
atok of hardware , when , the ask for
THE DAILY BKB and ndvortiso to do
the fair thing by their patrons.
David City intends to bo financially
"solid , " with the third bank about
ready to open , with Judge Perkins as
president , and W. B. Thorp , so many
years in the Butler county bank , us
While tin ) morals of the city are
much improved by the conversion of
n half a hundred , including many of
the loading business men of the city ,
during the revival meetings at the
Methodist church , the dying of fac
tional divisions , the prosperity of the
farming element of the county , the
general extension of business inter ,
osts , and the constant opening up of
now enterprises , indicate that this
young city of perhaps six years
growth will aoon have its , two thousand -
f sand population.
III The Republican , as in the days
when Brother McCuno , now of The
Oscoola Record , was editor , takes its
republicanism "straight , " while The
Butler County Press , the oldest paper
in the county , although the organ of
democracy , is anti-moriop ly twenty
four hours in the day.
The "Independent" in that thriv
ing young town of Rising , was born
two or thrco years ago to champion
the cause of the .Alliance and steadily
holds its own , growing in strength
and popularity as the farmers move
ment is understood and appreciated
Oacoola , the county seat of Polk
county , stands on a little hill , its nice
residences and comfortable public
buildings showing to a good advant
age , while the wido-awako and thrifty
farming population of the county are
united and strong in their belief and
efforts to withstand the moniod influ
onccs that would control the legisla
Stromsburg , at the end of the rail
road , is one of the busiest little towns
on this line , being in many respects a
Swede town. An. idea of the busi
ness may bo given by stating that 700
or 800 cars have boon sent to this sta
tion , being over GOO car loads , by
weight , during the past year.
The burning of a store at Shelby , a
pleasant village seven miles east of
Oacoola. the other morning , adds an
other link to a much complicated
ohaiii of events , and technical com
plication , and as there is much spoon
lation , and many inquiries for the
facts wo give the principal points in
the case : Two or thrco years ago
when the railroad was extended pas !
this place , ono of the first buildings
hero was the general merchandito
store of Fox & Qiflin. After some
months , finding the machine was networking
working satisfactorily , Fox sold his
part to Giflin , who was soon forced by
financial ombarraasmont'to sell out ,
and Win. Thomas took possession ,
.and in turn sold it within two or
-three weeks to Rood , Gifiln's father-
in-law , who lot Giflin run it some
months. A year ago last summer
! Fox bought it from Rood and man
aged it in his own name , buying his
goods almost almost always on time.
Fox then sold to W. A. Langworthy ,
ot Oieoola , furniture dealer and pri
vate banker , who was doing business
in the name of his brother , S. 0.
Jjangworthy , a banker of Seward , and
Afterwards in the name of another
brother , 0. Langworthy , of York , up
to the time of the fire. When Lang-
worthy took the store , Foe retained
the store building and lived in the
back part of it. Giflinclaiming an
interest in it , Langworthy placed his
stop-son , W , Stokes , in charge of the
store and Fox clerking or selling on
the rood with a wagon , until this fall
or early winter , when ho put up a
suall building by the side and opaiincl
a meat market. When Langworthy
took possession of the store , the
sheriff soon seized the goods in behalf
half of the creditors , who claimo < :
fraud in not satisfying them , and thu
coroner BOOH took them from the
sheriff. After ono or two exten
sions in court the creditors got
a judgment against Langworthy
for , perhaps , f4,000 or $5,000 , Fox
OB witness , testifying that there was a
conspiracy to cheat the creditor ) ! ,
peoplo'belloving that uoino per
sonal difficulty between Fox and
Langworthy had prompted him to ace
it in this light. Early in January
Lungworthy , with two mon , took an
inventory on Sunday , and the men
who assisted claim to have been told
that there was $3,000 worth of goods.
On the morning of January 27th ,
about 2 o'clock , Fox nnd family , in
the back part of the store and the
whole village , wore awakened by the
ox plosion of the powder in the store ,
and rushed out to BOO the flumes going
out through the roof nnd the building ,
burning nt each end nnd sides , With
evidences of having been well oiled.
Nothim' was saved. Mr. Fox's
little girl was tjuito badly burned.
The manager , W. Stokes , it
scorns liad taken the books to Oscoola
that night , while attending a dance.
It is also assorted that n wagon wm
lioai-d at n late hour that night and
next morning roll of cloth and other
articles wore found nlung the road.
It is understood nlso that there was
S4.00 or § 5.00 insurance on the goods
but none on tlio building. The post-
office nnd grain ollico of Joe Spoils
wore only saved by the liberal appli
cation of water nnd salt as they wore
furnished by the bucket brigndo nnd
thu neighboring merchants. Insur-
nnco rnon nro mum. BWKBVE.
The Law of KiadneM
In universal ; It affcctH nil the human
'ninily , all miitnnls , and may bo oven found
n nnttnt nicdlclnci. Homo are drastic ,
ami tlio pntient is obliged to. Buffer pains
worse than the ( Hsc.iHoj but in CASCH of ol ) .
Hflnnto constipation , dyHpepnln , there li no
remedy no kind , HO gcntlu In ItaeficcUi , and
etHn satisfactory , an JilJUDOCK Bl.ooli
1'rlco § 1 00 , trial size 10 nt .
THE ROAD TO IRKUTSK.
The Journey Which the Jeannette
Rescuers Must Mako.
Col. T. W. Knox In the N. Y. Po t.
In November , 18GG , I loft Iskutsh
cr St. Petersburg ; the terminus of
, ho railway was then at Nijini Nov-
jorod , 3,400 miloa from the former
: ity. If you travel by the peat vo-
uclcs belonging to the station mas-
era , you must change at every station ,
and a transfer of yourself and bag-
; ago four or five times a day , with the
.hormomotcr below zero , is the reverse -
verse of pleasant. Consequently most
icrsons prefer to buy a carriage or n
ileigh at starting , and sell it for what
t will bring at the end of the route.
[ became the owner of a 'kibitka , ' or
lalf-opon sleigh , which somewhat re
sembles a New England chaise ,
jroatly elongated. There was abund-
int room for two of us , and wo could
bo at full length on our furs and bag-
iago , or ait haU upright with pillows
jtiough to wedge us closely into our
places. The post stations are from
ten to twenty miles apart , and
from Irkutsh to Nijini Novgorod I
changed horses nnd drivers 209 times ,
* nd was drawn by not far from 1,000
horses altogether. The performance
of a Russian driver is sometimes
rather trying to a nervous person ; ho
descends hills at a breakneck pace and
is utterly regardless of shaking you
up. Late in winter the roads are full
hollows or 'hog-wallows , ' especially
on tlio hill-sides , and when a team is
driven over them at a gallop the
sleighs jumps in a manner a great
[ leal more than exhilarating. As
long as the vehicle preserves its integ
rity the driver pays it no attention.
This sort of things brjngs on what the
Russians call the road fever ; the
pulse is high and every bound of the
sleigh forces the blood through the
veins at a fearful pressure. Your
head seams ready to burst , and the
fooling at each jar of the vehicle is
very much as if somebody was trying
to drive a railway spike into your
skull. The fever generally subsides
in two or three days , but sometimes
it is BO Bovoro that the traveler be
comes delirious and must take several I
hours rest at every stage.
Along the road there was little
change of sconory. The country is
undulating , but not broken , and in
some places there are plains that resemble -
somblo our Wnstern prairies. The
landscape , or rather snowscapo , is
monotonous . and wearisome , except
where it i crossed by rivers and ttio
few ranges of hills along the route.
The villages containing the stations
wore from ton to twenty miles apart ,
and generally built in a single street.
Outside of nearly every uhago'wasa
blockhouse where exiles are lodged on
their way to the places of their banish
ment ; the movements of those invol
untary emigrants are BO timid that
only a given number are lodged in
any ono house at the same ( time not
so much in consideration of the com
fort of the exiles as through fear of
attempts at revolt and escape. While
the horses were changed at the sta
tions we had the option of entering
the house or staying outside ; wo gen
erally did the latter , except at meal
times , as the change from several de
grees below to sixty or seventy above
is not altogether agreeable. The
rooms of Russian houses are warmed
by brick stoves , nnd among the peas
ants the top of the stove is the favor
ite sleeping place. At night wo used
to stir the drivora out from where
they wore bein slowly baked ; their
toilets wore quickly performed , as it
only included donning a sheepskin
coat and buckling a bolt around the
waist , and tken they wore ready for a
drive of two or tluoo hours through
Tlie most perilous part of the jour
ney is across the Uarabinsky Steppe ,
in Wuitorn Siberia , a plain a thou-
uiind miles wide And often swept by
eovoro storms. The snow is whirled
in blinding masses , the wind , if blow
ing from the north , is bitter cold , and
not infrequently men and horses
perish , .Travel ceases during these
utonna , and sometimes those who ven
ture to bravo them never reach their
destination.Volvos abound here ,
and many stories are told nf their
ferocity , but they are lees dangerous
than in Western Russia , where the
population in more donee and game
fuss abundant than in Siberia ; oven
there they never attack men except in
the severest winters when hunger has
made them desperate.
t A Siberian journey generally begins
in the evening , and is continued day
and night till its
end. The povorn-
tnoiit couriers will go from Irkutsk to
Moscow in fourteen or fifteen days
under favorable circumstances
, but amore
moro dignified and leas fatiguing pace
will cover the distance in twenty-two
or twenty-five days. The larger the
party the Blower will bo its nroirrois
and it is not likely that Lieut. Datum'
burg and his comrades willnrrivo lit St.
Petersburg jt , Jess than a month from
their departure from Irkutsk. They
will bo certain to receive all possible
attention from Russians along the
route , and it is by no moans improba
bio that they may bo detained a day
or two in each of the half n dozen
towns , in order that the inhabitants
can have an opportunity of showing
their sympathy for the survivors of
the lost Jeannette and their good will
for all Americans.
An Entire Snooos *
It has been proved by the mo t reliable
testimony that THOMAS' Kcmmiio On , is
an entire succesi In curlnif the moit Invet
crnto cases of rheumatism , neuralgia
Ininc back and Mounds of e\cry descrlp' '
THE CABLE-CAR LINE.
Progress of the Work Eleven Trains
nnd the Horso-Cars Still Running ,
UiUajro Hews ,
"Wo are now running eleven tr.iins
of cable cars between Madison and 21st
streets , " said Superintendent Ilolmcs
this morning , "all well patronized ;
tnd still wo haven't taken olTa single
liqrso-car. Wo have twenty grip cars
finished , , but wo can't put them on for
want of skilled drivers. Wo can't
tench more than two or three men a
week how to handle the grip. . Wo ex
pect to need in all forty grip cais for
constant service , and two extra ones
in case of accident. The speed , at
present , can't bo any creator than
Lhat of the horse-cars which run on
Lho .same track , of course , but when
wo got rid of the horsu-cars wo ex
pect to make oiglii Miles nil hour with
ease. It will then bo necessary to
adopt some rule about stopping-plac
es. Wo shall probably stop only at
crossings and possibly only once in
two blocks. Only ono man , as yet ,
lias grumbled at paying 5 cents for
riding in the cable-car from Madison
to 21st street , without being trans
ferred free to the other car going
south. The cable which is to bo laid
From 21st to . ' 10th street , und the
shorter ono which is to bo laid on the
circuit along Madison street , Wabash
wonue , and Lake street , are both on
mud. The cable for the south end is
1,000 fcot longer than the ono now
In use. The cable for the north end
is three or four thousand feet in
length. The laying of both of them
may bo expected at any time after a
week. The work on the road from
21st to Snth Htreet was completed last
night. Wo do not think of putting
any cow-catcher on the front of the
grip-cars , as none has been invented
yet that doesn't mangle people worse
than the cur itself. Experience in
other places shows that everything
that is done to make it safe to fall
down in front of the cars increases
the number of casualties.1' Since the
cable-cars have begun to run on State
street the character of the pissengors
on that line has been completely rev
olutionized. All the fashionable people
plo take thin line now that used to go
by way of Wabash avenue.
' 'Tho Commodore "
Joseph L. Foote , the commodore , DIgin.
111. , Bays THOMAS' KCLEOCIUC OIL cured
trim of Hcintica with ono application , thor
oughly applied. It also cured him of a
Hovoro cola Mid cough. He thinks it a
vers vtihmblo temudy , and will never bo
without it. 14-lw
Drawn trad Undrawn Poultry.
Whether poultry shall come into
market undrawn is now an exciting
topio in the tr.ood city of. . Gotham.
The question has arisen out of un or
dinance introduced into the Now York
Hoard of Aldermen , the provisions of
which require that nil poultry and
game offered for sale in that city shall
bo drawn. The Poultry Dealer's
Association of that city are bitterly
opposed to the proposed measure.
They contend that undrawn poultry
keeps longer and hotter than drawn
poultry when sent long distances ,
whether by land or sea. It is agreed
that the blood and water remaining
in drawn poultry permeates and spoils
the flesh , und such poultry would not
bo fit to bo sold on arrival. It is
further alleged that for every ounce
of entrails taken out , the price of a
pound would bo added to the coatnnd
and furthermore that the Western
shippers would not send turkeys and
chickens to the New. York market in
a drawn state. They profess to believe
liovo that the Now York business
will bo broken up and the denizens of
that city bo obliged to go poultry
hungry in consequence. But the
poulterers do not have matters wholly
their own way. There are those will
insists that no poultry or game should
bo promittod to enter the market un
less it is drawn , Among the latter
is Major Leland , proprietor of the
Sturtovnnt House. He is of the opin
ion that people would bo quite
as safe in inhaling suwor gas us in
eating poultry loft undressed after
killing and during transportation.
Ho says that bad poultry kills Now
Yorkers , nnd that while there nro
many who deserve to bo killed , there
are many others whose lives ought tc
bo preserved. Ilo points out that all
poultry sent into the markets of Lon
don , Paris , and Boston is dresset
that is to say , deprived ol
the entrails , and maintains that if tin-
drawn fowls nro bettor than drawi :
birdr , the market men should offer
undressed beeves , sheep , and hogs for
sale. Thus the battle wages' . In
what direction victory will inclino.do-
ponds somewhat upon the intelligence
und honesty of th * Aldermen , bu
that is not always a safe dependence
for the right eido of a question in
Now York City. Wo incline to the
belief , however , that the Poultry
Dealers' Association will win. Thoi
nro an organized body , and able to
"soo" enough of the Aldermen to
make it of advantage to favor the
"undrawn" aide of the question.
Jamofl Pearson , 12H Sixth street , Bufljlo
eayt ; "I have used your Sprint ? Ulosson
for myself and family , and think It , Invaluable
uablo aa a household remedy , fur regula
ting the Iiawel8llver and kldnoyx , lubal
never be without It. " Price fit ) cents , trial
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urlrg for other parties.
Addroa all order *
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CRAIG'S ' OITY GREEN HOUSE
In now open to the pulillo with a full supply of
Cut Flpwersand Plants
For Sale. Wuuillbo Klail to nave the public
, call and BCO UK
Bouquets or Any Floral Design Made
ON THE SIIOHTIST NOTICE.
City drctn House , S. W. Cor 17th and Web
st r , ono block from lOtli street cm. Nurncrj ,
Sn street , opjioslto Foit Jos. Y. Cral r , Flori '
and Landiicaimtiarilncr. , Keb2 Cm.
Proposals for City Offices and Market
Sealed proposal' , plans and speciQca
tions , tn detail , will be received by the
undersigned for ( he erection and mumten-
anco of city offices and market houses
until Friday , March 3d , 1882 , 12 o'clock
uoon. J. J. L. 6. JKWETT ,
feblO-20t City Clerk.
B. D. MCLAUGHLIN ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
And Notary Public.
WILL 11UY AMU SELL
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. T. JACKSON FLANJUE
( A Graduate from the Uiihuelt ) ' of lYnne > l
tanlu at rtilUdelphla of the
Clasn ol IbW. )
Verniers his professional eenlccatotho citizen
ol uuialia an ! all others needing the name , ( no
dlcatJnrhUcblru therefor from NO } tar ' ox
perleiuv , elxttenjears of which time bo spent In
couth A merlia , from wliicli country he has Jui
returned , iialnlnir hll t In the provinces mam
remetlUu . 'or xarloui Ulscasea common to Uii
eouiitry ( ro. ' thu natlut of the same.
Thu Doctor makes a pccilty ! of all Chronl
lUe 6V , iiaitlculirlljr those of female * . Ilo ma )
ke found nt his ixjoms BI the Planters' House
corner of Dodge mul SUtcvnth Streets.
No head-ache or liack-ncho for ladies
-u- ' ' - ' " "
-'Ik "WINE OF OARDUI.
MM. J. 0. llobertoon , 1'lttnburg , Pa. , writes"I :
a suffering from general debility , want of ap-
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00 mu h. ' '
11. Olbbfl. nf Buffalo , N. Y. , writes : "Vour
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ilood , liver * . .J klunovs , have been signally
marked with success , lhavo ustl them injucff
with beet results , for torpidity of the liver , nnd In
ca oof a friend of mine Buffering from dropsy ,
ho effect was rrmrvclout. "
BracoTurner , Mochcstcr , N. Y.wrltcs'l , : have
> ecn imbjctt to nerlous disorder of the Ucliioy ,
ind unable to attend to business ; llurdock IllooJ
Utters relieved me before half a bottle wag used
[ feel confident that ( her will entirely euro me , " ,
E Atcnlth Hall , ninghampton , N. Y. , writes :
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and color , and could w Ith dtlllculty keep up all
day. Took jour llurdock Blood Hitters M di
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Mr. Noah nates , Elralra , N. Y. . writes : "About
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never fully recovered. My digestive organs
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iurdock Clood Hitters the improv cmcnt was BO
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C. Blackct Robinson , proprietor of The Canada
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( suftered greatly from oft-recurring headache. I
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Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' ! have
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ious headaches , and can recommend it to anyone
requiring a cure for bllllouencHs. "
Mrs. Ira Mullnolland , Albany , N. Y , writes :
"For several jcars I have suffered from oft-recur
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FOSTEK , MILBURN , & Oo , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by leh & UcMahon and C. F.
Goodman. Jo 27 ood-me
Tnls pecillc cured that most loatlisomo
"Whether in its Primary , Secondary
or Tertiary Stngo-
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Carol When Hot Springs Fall !
Malt era. Ark. , May 2,1881
Woha > ecascnln our town who llicJatllot
Sjirlngo and \\cre finally cured ulth S. S. 3.
JlCt'AM.VON & MCRRT
Memphis , Menu. , May 12 , 1831
Weha > c sold 1,29(5 bet les of 8.S. S. In a year.
It ho * phen universal satisfaction , ( air mlndci
physicians now recommend It us a positive
specific. S. MASHPIKLD & Co.
Louis * Ille , Ky , , May 13.1831.
S. S. 8. has given bettor natl faction than any
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lcn\oi , Col. May 2,1881.
Every purcha cr peak8 In the highest term ,
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Richmond. Vo. . May 11,1881.
You can refer Anybody to in In regard to the
merits of S. S , S. folk , Miller & Co.
Ha e never known R. S. S to fall to cure a case
cf Syphilis , when properly taken.
The tvbov e signers areitentlemon cf high stand
Ing. A II COLQUITT ,
Qo\crnor ol Georgia.
IP YOU WISH WE W LL , TAKE YOUHSE CA
TO BE PAID FOK WHEN CURED.
Write for particulars and copy of little
book 'Jlessa''O to the Unfortunate. "
81OOO Rnward will be paid to any
chemist who will find , on analysis 100 bottles
S S. S. , ono particle of Mercury lodldo Potaa <
slum or any Mineral substance.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Irops.
Atlanta , do.
Price of regular size reduced to ? 1.75 per tint
tlo Small B'IC , holding half tbo quantity , price ,
Sold by KENNARD & CO. ,
and Drugglsta Oenerally.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE ;
TRADE BlARKtlho OreatTRADE MARK
oily. An un-
faillni ; cure
rhca , Impotency -
ency , and all
follow as a
BEFORE TARINQ.e 'iuence ' of AFTER TAIIHD.
helf Almsej us Loss of Memory , Universal Lasul
tudc , Pain In the Hack , Dimness of Vinlon , Pre
inaturj Old Age , and many other Diseases that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
ture Oral o.
tSTVM particular ) In our pamohlet , which
o desire to send free t v mall to e\ cry one.
tSTTttu Specific Medicine la lold by all druggists
at 81 per package , ordpackufos for $5 , or nlll
bo cent free by mall rn rec pt of the money , by
addressing TIIKOIU 1EDICINKCO. ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
or palii bv C. F flooilr ooVmn.po
The English Rome fly
iNerer falls to cuio
Nervous Debility. VItal -
tal Exhaustion , Krols-
tlons , Seminal \Vcak-
HOOD , and all the
evil eQects of youth' '
tul lolhts anil ixeci-
tea. It stops pcrnii'
iiiently all weakening ,
Jrulns upon the sjs-
'tern ' , thp Inovltab'o re.
" 'sultof ' these evil
> , II prac
tices , which urii so dcstruetho to mind and body
and inaVo Mo miserable , oltcn leading to lijBanl-
fyanddeath It a'rcnijthens the NervesDrain ,
( mcmorjf Wood , Muscles , nluosthe and Ilepro.
iluUUu Owns , It restores to oil the organic
functl'Tis their former > lior and \ltallty , ma-
Inir life cheerful and enjojablo. 1'rlco , M
bottle , or four times ae ifiian Uy S10. Sent by
express , bocuro Ircm ohainutloii , to anj addrcei ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. I ) , ecni , cxiejit
on receipt of $1 as a guarantee. Lettcro re
questing answers must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills
are the best and cheapest d > ipcpila and billions
euro In thu market. Bold by nil druggists. 1'rlco
Dii , Jlism'a KIDNEY HKUIOY , aKi-RKTicvu ,
Cures all kind of Kidney and bladder complalnto.
uonorrlica , nice land leucorreta. for tale y all
UauirirsU : jl a bottle.
hNGUSII MKDIOAL 1NSTITUTK ,
718OH > eSt , , St. Lou IB , Mo.
Storc Fixture -Work
md French Doub'o Thick Flat and lieut Show
0. J. WILDE ,
1315 und 1317 Cass Street.
S. W. WYATT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN fl
Lath , Shingles ,
Ml I100IIS , BLIPS AND MOULDINGS. ,
16th and Cuming St , OMAHA , NEB.
ZROTIH : &
Wholesale Lumber , ,
No , 1408 Farnliam Street , Omaha , Neb
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ?
UOTKLS , HWPRtKTORlS TOIFA/
ARLINGTON. J. Q. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net
SARATOGA HOTEL. J. S. STELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg , Na.
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivllle
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. O. MEAD , Nellgh , Nib
QRANH CENTRAL T.SEYMOUR , Nobrotka Olty ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP. WecplngWater.Na
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , Q. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
ENO HOUSE , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Neb.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L QRUBB , Qulde Recd , Netx
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Creiton , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , OUDKINS & BRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. CALPH , Extra , la
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl B WILLIAMS. Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE. MRS. M. E. OUMMINQ8 , Corning , la ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stanton , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vlllltco , la.
JUDKINSHOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida * Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
GRAND PACIFIC , J. NORTON. Columbus , Neb. 13
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Osccola , Neb.
DOUOLA8 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarke Neb.
WMOLEBALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnhpm St. . Omaha ,
LUMBER , GOAL & LIME
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
Practical Sausage Manufacturer ,
ORDERS OF ALL KINDS FILLED PROMPTLY FOR ALL
VARIETIES OF SAUSAGES.
Family orders attended to with despatch , and every
thing promised atisfactory. I invite a call at
No. 210 South Tenth Street.
Clearing Sale !
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE
Is the place 1o Buy Bargains.
EVERYTHING MARKED IN RED FIGURES.
Look for the Red Ink M > * ks.
H7M. & M. PEAVY
1309 Farnham Street
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WIIOUUALE AND HETAIL DKALKK IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
JJTBTATK AQKNl FOK illLVVAUKKK CEMENT COMPASV
Near Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA , NEB
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