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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1882)
A FLOUR-RUSHING BUSINESS ,
The Big Mill of Bridges & John
son on the Bluo.
Forgotten Fncta from Oroto nnd Dor
Corrwponilenco of Tim lt ,
DOUCHF.STKH , Nob. , February 10.
When Ivfts nt Crete some wooka
Bomo of the principal interests
of the town were overlooked , or
mcroly mentioned , on nccount of Incl
ot time in which to look over aiut go
a definite idon of thorn One of thoai
ia the now mill of Messrs. Bridges
& Johnson , which I wns invited to in
spool the other Any.
When the writer wns a to\r-hondcc
urchin , junontj the hills of the 32mpiro
state , ho WAD somewhat fnmilmr will
flouring mills , and the process o
manufnoturing "bread timber , ' * n1
there wns a mill of considerable
capacity just across the stream frou
his father's farm Tluwo were the
days when wheat , etc. ( the otc , in
eludes woods , rye , barley , and manj
other things ) , was poured into the
hooper and ground together , and the
fine part bolted out and called Hour.
How different the process followed by
the now mill , which is the only one ir
running order west of the Missour
river The mill stands on the aito p ;
the ono which was destroyed by fire ii :
1870 , and was built and put in run
ning order during 1881.
The building is of Oroto brick , era
a alone foundation , which is broai
and substantial at the bottom ant
narrows to a breadth of two and one
half foot at the top. The iffltin build
ing is10x70 feet , and with n totiv
height of 04 feet. The walls for the
first two stories are 22 inches thick ,
18 inches thick the balance of the
distance , and Imvo pieces of 2x-1
timbers bolted in sections and im
bedded in the brick ; the floors an
supported by two rows of 12x12 pouts ,
four in each row , those in the base
ment resting on the cement and storm
foundation , and surmounted with
cast iron caps , which receive the bottoms
toms of the posts above , the tops ol
which are fitted in the same way.
A bin in the northwest corner ol
the building is the reservoir. From
this the wheat is taken to the wheat
brush , where it is thoroughly cleaned
of any impurities that may have ad
hered to it ; then through n tube with
magnets which eliminate any tire or
other pieces of iron which may have
boon in the grain. It ia then carried
to tl\o \ first floor , where ore
five Jonathan Mills reduction ma
chines , and four runs of old-fashioned
burrs of stone , in iron cases , two ol
which are used in the manufacture of
patent Hour , ono for low grade flour
and ono for feed. '
There are also five sets of Stout ,
Mills & Temple stool rolls , plain and
corrugated. The smooth rolls flatten
the wheat germ , to bo taken after
wards from the middlings. The cor
rugated rolls ropar.ito the middlings
from the bran ; a bran machine sepa
rates the bran from the products of
the reduction mills , leaving only the
perfectly pure Hour in a coarse state
to bo carried to the stones and ground
into flour , instead of the way of grind
ing the whole at. once.
From the bul\Vo \ the Hour is carried
to the Eureka packing machines whore
it is quickly atid neatly sacked or
The reduction machines nro kept
cool by an air blast of great velocity
and the dust is exhausted from the
mill and machinery by two Sturto
vent exhaust fans.
The machinery of the basement and
first floor , derives its powbr from the
main shaft direct ; but above that it ia
propelled by an immense leather bolt ,
extending tram the basement to the
top floor , distributing power and mo
tion all over the building evenly.
The window and door sills , are of
atone and the roof of iron.
The power is furnished by a ten
foot two-inch dam across the Blue
river below which is placed n 54-inch
American Turbine water wheel , giv
ing a 140 horse power. The main
abaft from the power to the mill is OJ
inches in diameter and 110 foot long"
The mill is worth at lonst $100.000 ,
It will turn out 250 barrels of the best
flour per day.
It is an object of pride to the inhab
itants of Oroto and the people of the
the whole.Stalo of Nebraska as tlioro
are but eight of them in the United
States , and it speaks well for the en
ergy and enterprise of its owners ,
i Another of the solid business estab
lishments of this section of country
the Citizens' Bank , which issued a
statement of its condition a few days
ago. Among the resources are loans
to the amount of ever 807,000 , cash
on hand $17,000 , duo from Banks
$32,000 , otc. The bank has a paid up
capital of $30,000 and does au im
Prof. Swoczy , of Doano Collefto , is
rejoicing ever the receipt at the Colr
lego of an alligator Miasissippionsis ,
from Florida , which woa donated ,
nicely stuffed , by Mr. Frank Thomp
nine miles west of Oroto , is a lively
little town of about 400 people , who
are working for their eliaro of the
business of the county. Judging
from the appearance of their business
houses they seem to got rather moro
in proportion than the larger towns.
An addition to the school house
will bo built this coming season , and
next year the school will bo reorgan-
Jzod with four teachers instead of two.
The town is bound to make its mark.
S uper latlvdly Excellent Macaroni.
l/onJori IAlly ) Telrgripli ,
Macaroni is oaten with relish equal.
ly by all civilised European pooplo.
At the commencement or the close of
a dinner , in the character of sweet or
of alike it is
savory , deservedly ns
popular without as within the front
tors of its native land. But the inci
dent which originally gave it its name
Is , wo venture to believe , known to
few of those even in Sicily , its birlh-
place who hold it in the highest es
teem. Once upon a time a wealthy
Palermitan noble owned a cook not
only accomplished beyond compare
in the practice of his profession , but
lifted by nature with an inventive
\i \ r
genius. Ono day in a rapture of cull-
nary composition , this great artist de
vised the farinaceous tubes which al
love so well , and the succulent accessories
series of ricli sauce nnd grated Par-
mcaan familiar to those who have par
taken of "macaroni al stigo" in south
ern Italy. Having filled a nudity
china bowl with this delicious com
pound , ho sot it before his lord i
gourmet of the first water and stoot
by , in deferential altitude , to watcl
the ollbct of his experiment. The first
mouthful elicited the ojnoul.itioi
"Carl ! " idiomatically equivalent to
' 'excellent' ' in English , from jtho il
lustrious epicure. After swallowing a
second modicum , ho exclaimed , "Ma
carl ! " or "Excellent , indeed" Pres
ently , as the flavor of the toothsome
mess grow upoiijiim , his enthusiasm
roao to oven higher ( lights , and ho
cried out , in a voice tremulous , will
joyful emotion , "Ma , caroni ! " "In
deed , moat supremely , sublimely and
superlatively excellent. " In paying
this verbal tribute to the merits ol
his cook's discovery , ho unwittingly
bestowed a name upon that ndnnr.ible
preparation which has stuck to it ever
OF nil Iho remedies on cnilh that well
may claim attention , Dr. THOMAS' Koto-
Tine Oiii commnnds especial mention , For
uondroiiH jKiwcr to cure ( incline , itH fame
there's none to throttle. Its merit * flhj ,
nnt in tlio puff , but nro intiile the bottle.
Rheumatism , ncuralftln , sere tin oat , n tW'
inn , bronchitis , ditilitlicrln , etc. , nro . ' 1
cured byThoninn1 KeectricUil. lU-Jtw
A EIOH AND RAOY CHAPTER. .
The Diplonaata at the Capture
of Limn , Peru.
Tlelr ImpotuouB Btnmpodo fromtho
DangorouB Sltuntlon How Mr.
Chrlstlancy FlnRgod in
, the Race and wnB
The Burro'ndor of Limn , Peru , which
occurred on tbo 17th of January , 1881 ,
was made notable to Minister Oliris-
tiancy ot the United States govern
ment , as well as the entire diplomatic
corps , from the several narrow escapes
they liad from being killed , the facts
of which have not yet boon made gen
erally known. Ori the 15th of that
month , at 2p.m. , Minister Chris-
tiancy , with nil of the diplomatic corps
residents in that city , embracing those
of the English , French , Spanish , etc. ,
legations , wont out to Milaliores , a
villngo live miles distant from Lima ,
to receive from President Pierola his
answer to the terms offered by the
Chilean General Uaguodano , through
the committee of the diplomatic corps ,
consisting of Mr. Pinto , S.ilvadonan
minister , do.m of the corps , ami the
French and English ministers. The
two armies were drawn up in line of
battle liurd by , but an armistice had
boon arranged , to terminate at 12 mid-
niuht , to hoar the answer. , Pierola
and his staff were at breakfast ill n
IOUBO , and a committee was waiting
'or him to como out , when a single
icavy RUII was discharged , fired
: hrough inadvertence , and in less than
i minute n battle was raging. There
woa an immediate stampede of the
committee , and in fact of the diplo-
natio corps , who onmasso looked any
thing but dignified , and who flung
diplomacy to the winds as they all
strove tooth and nail , heel and too to
roach D'mn ' , or anywhere whore safe
quarters were to bo had.
UllAl'JlIO DESCIIUTION OF THE FLIGHT.
The English minister , Hon. Spen
cer St. John , wrote to his homo gov
ernment n graphic description ot their
light , concealing nothing , "nor sot-
; ing down aught in malice. " Ho says
in his report : "Tho corps divided , onn
party making for the railroad train
: hey had loft but little while before ,
whilst another party sought to gain
; ho railroad track far ahead of the
; rain , Mr. Ohristiancy , the United
States minister , who was with the later -
: or , advising that course , saying :
'That though ho wcro not actively en
gaged in the late rebellion in his
: ountry , yet ho understood flanking. '
[ joined the Ohristiancy party and
the race for life oommoccod. The
shot and shell caino thick and last and
our party displayed all the log activity
each "one Was capable of. Sheila
would explode in front of us , causing
a temporary haltj when an enormous
solid shot in our roar , plowing up the
zround for rods and throwing the
dirt ever nnd around us , would give
n sudden impetus to n forward move
ment , and wo would again hasten
"Tho United States minuter fared
badly. Aqod , tall nnd of a figure not
adopted to gymnastic exorcises , ho
made but aorry work , and I felt for
him deeply. The perspiration rolled
of ! him , and at times his logs would
totter , and ho but feebly staggered on.
It looked very serious for us , but I
endeavored to clioor him up. After
a narrow escape from a round shot T
cried to him , 'Keep up a good heart ,
your excellency ; remember your wife
at home ] '
" 'Oh , d n my wife ! ' was the
startling reply ; but I noticed with
much satisfaction that the thought
ioomod to give him renewed vigor , for
do sped on with increased speed ,
doing excellent work for awhile.
"Through deep marshes , over hills ,
climbing walls , etc. , wo pushed on to
ward Lima the shot , the shell , the
dirt flying all around us. The dis-
unco from Lima to Milaliores is but
tvo miles , but wo must have traveled
ever twice that distance to roach the
sapitnl. It was late when wo got
there ; Mr. 0. , our leader , forlorn ,
dejected and in au exhausted condi
tion ; thereat of us but little bettor , "
UK. CIIUI.STIANOY 1IK.SU1U11KH THE HACK.
In n dispatch No. 230 , dated Lima ,
January 22 , 1881 , sent by Mr. Chris-
; ainoy to Secretary Evarts , the proof
bheots of which have just been issued
at the government printing ollice ,
nay bo found corroborative evidence
of Mr. St. "John's epistle. The dis
patches and allJotters and communi
cations in reference to Chilean and
Peruvian affairs for the past yonr and
nero are being publislu'daiid will soon
jo issued in book form , a volume
uakinp ever 000 pages , In Mr.
Ohristiancy's dispatch , after stating
nrotty much the eamo us Minister St.
John , the going out to Milufloros and
ho unexpected firing of n heavy gun ,
10 goes on to say :
"Tho diplomatic corps fled to the I
roar toward Lima for their lives.
Some reached the railroad train , but
others , like myself , endeavored _ to
strike the railroad ahead of the train ,
but , being cut off by walls and
ditches , were compelled to walk a devious -
vious course back to Lima. I was
ono of the latter unfortunate class ;
was under the shells of the Chilean
fleet and army , falling thick around
mo for two hours before I could got
out of range , climbing smooth perpen
dicular walls between fields and
around chacras and old buildings ,
wading water courses nnd traveling
some eight miles to got four miles
ahead , until my muscular powers
wcro thoroughly exhausted finding
on my return some COO or 700 refugees -
gees women and children in the
legation , who hnd sought asylum
there , and before ! ) o'clock at night
over 1,200 , which increased next day
and night to over 1,500 of all nation
alities , nnd all this while moro than
half the time I was unable to stand
upon my feet from the fatigue. ]
have just got rid of the refugees , but
the train upon my muscular powers
has been auuli that even yet I cannel
walk or stand for half the timo. *
* * I nm , therefore , in no condi
tion to give you a detailed atatoinoni
of events at present , but shall do seas
as soon as I can. "
' Wo mint tell HOIIIO ti'i'ti n fjrent deal t <
teucli them n little , but the Knowledge o
the curative nropt-rtlcHiif Sl'MNd llwmoi
incHi ei of sick headache , lmll cntinn. am
hilioiiinws U lionght by uvpcrleiice. L'rlco
DO centi , trial hottlei 10 ccnU. lSMw
The Philanthropist Colobrntlnpr His
Entrnnco upon Ills 02d Yonr
Reminiscences Ills Annual
Dinner With His Friends.
Ktw YorK UcMlJ , Feb. 12.
The ninety-fust anniversary of Mr.
Peter Cooper'H birth falling on Sun
day this year it wns celebrated yester
day. Mr. Cooper was halo nnd he.irty
nnd in the bust possible spirila. In
the morning ho made his customary
morning visit to the Cooper union ,
nnd nfter overseeing the doings there
busied himself uitli signing leases for
the tenants. Then he returned to his
homo at No. ! ) Lexington ueiuiu , and
for the rest of the day was "at homo"
to all who called to congratulate him
on his entrance upon his 02d year ,
These were many , and among them
were bust known and most highly
prized Now Yorkers. Ho s.iid ho had
not at any time in all his long life been
freer from aches and pains , although
in his time hn had suffered from a
complication of troubles , in part duo
to his spirit of inquiry into the hidden
force * ) of nature ; and hero ho rotated
his experience in nn effort to find n
power greater than that of steam.
There was an explosion , and ho was
severely hurt , and the experiments
were abandonud. At the time of his
birth , in LittldDoek street ( now AVnt-
er street ) , near Cnencies slip , the ro
: ; ioii within a radius of ton miles of
the city hall did not contain 40,000
inhabitants ; now.it has nbout 2,500 ,
Mr. Cooper recalled his apprentice
ship at conch-making , his success tin
making machine's for shearing cloth at
the time of the ar with Great Brit-
iin , and his struggles ns n irrocor in a
little shop near the noble pile that ho
lias given the woiking men and women
of Now York. lie dwelt upon his
career ns an inventor , and recalled
his joy in riding out of Ualtimpro as
the builder of the first locomotive en
gine every built in the .western homis
With yet greater pride ho spoke of
the great institutions upon which ho
bad expended moro than a million
dollars , nnd this was yesterday nearer
bis heart than all things else. Ho
wns led to creating the Cooper union
nftor n long experience as nn oilicor of
the public schools of Now York forty
years ago. Ho saw that something
was wanting , and then ho resolved to
give tbo city an institution in which
workingmen and workingwomen
might got n technological education.
With what success Mr. Cooper has
labored for the elevation of those for
whom his great institution is intended
may bo inferred from the hearty and
prolonged cheers that uroot him when
ho takes his seat on the platform at
the Saturday evening free lectures ol
the Cooper union , or from the huzzas
with which his name ia greeted whenever -
over it is spoken in an assemblage of
When asked by ono of his visitors
yesterday what had contrbuted to his
long lifp , Mr. Cooper replied that his
regularity of life and his simplicity of
diet had probably preserved him. Ho
lives mainly upon milk. '
At the annual dinner in Mr. Coop
er's mansion lust evening there sat ut
the tublo Messrs , Jask&on S. Suhultz ,
William E. Dodge , John Bigolow ,
Hamilton Fish , W. G. Hunt , H. M.
Seniofl'olin , A. A. Law , Maj. Bryce ,
Mr. Bpckwith , Joseph Chouto , the
Uov. Vincent Colyor , Judge Brady ,
P. II. Watson , William R. llaymond ,
Prof. Woisso , J. E. Parsons , Abrom
S. Hewitt , Edward Cooper nnd Peter
Kidney Complaint Cared.
13. Turner , Rochester , N. Y. , writes : "I
Imvo been for over n year nubject to se
rious disorder of the kidneys , anil often
unable to Attend to buttine. ; 1 procured
yonr ISimnocK ULOOD HITTERS , and was
relieved before half n bottle was used. I
intend to continue , ns I feel confident that
they will entirely euro m i. " J'rice $1 00 ,
trial sizes 10 cents. Sl.l
Nye nt tbo Urnnk.
Salt take Trluuno ,
"Bill Nye , the famous hand-organ
player was tVnvoling in the east some
years ago. Ho was walking up Mich
igan nvonuu ono evening in Chicago ,
when the Btrui'is of n hnml.or-nn. at
tracted his attention A < lvimcin < , to
the spot ho found n ji.iof blind man
turning out the doleful sounds of
Homo Sweet Homo , with a lugubri-
ousness of detail that caused the quick
ear of the great virtuoso to detect the
early neglect of the man's musical ed
ucation and bonding over him askedjin
Idndly tones of his life and circum
stances. Stating that ho wns the sole
support of an aged stop-mother , n
drunken father who was n city alder-
nan and two dozen poor relatives in
tulamazoo , The Boomerang editor
igruod to take his term at the organ.
L'lio old man gladly > resinod ( the ma-
china nnd no sooner did the deft hand
of Nye touch the crank than all within
oar-shot know that a master paw was
nauling the melodies of theircuuntry ,
discarding the notes , ho cast the book
aside , and with his eye turned toward
the mansard roof of thoPottor Palmer
house , improvised n sad , wiord melo
dy , which caused a hundred hands to
gather the nearest bricka and shower
them into the outstretched hat of the
dreamy organist. Some missed the
hnt , and crashed into the organ , uipod
forever fsom the cars of man ono of
the moat extraordinary pieces of crank
music ever heard since the stars sang
together on the mvstio plains of Lira-
mlo. Nyo'n bald head wns the shin
ing mark which the crowd loved , and
tlioro wasn t a splinter loft of the
hand-organ. The organistQSold the
brick nt $1 n thousand , nnd never
ceases to bless the memory of the un
known friend who helped him in the
spring of 1850.
A remedy with mien n representation 11 Hos-
tctttr'DStomach Hitlers I'cscnci n fair trlnl If
jou nro djspcptlc , jour tinladj lll eventually
jloil to It ; If jotifro fpcblo , latk flesh nnil led
despondent , It ulll both build and dicer jou up ;
Ifou arc conatlpiti d It uill rclloio jou , nnd If
bilious , healthful xtlnmltvt < Motir liter. Don't
dcspo n but make this cllort In the right direc
tion.Torjeale by all drujylstsnnd dca'ots Rcnerallj.
CRAIG'S ' OITY GREEN HOUSE
IB now open to the publl \\lth a full mipply of
Cut Flowers and Plants
For Sale. Wo ill lie clad to nmo the public
call And BOO us
Bouquota or Any Plornl Design Made
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
City Green House , S. W. Cor 17th and Web-
sttr , one block from 10th street cars. Nursery.
3d street , opposite Koit Jos. Y. Cralfr , Florist
and Lnndccnpo ( Inrdncr. Fcii2 Cm.
Who want glossy , luxuriant
nnd wavy tresses of abtmdaut ,
boantii'iil Hair must nso
LION'S K-ATIIAHION. TMa
elegant , cheap article always
makes the Ifair crow freely
and fast , keeps it from falling
out , arrests and cores grayness -
ness , removes dandruff and
itching , makes the IIair
strong , giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
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r < jsufr < r ? using KathairoiL
ivX If jou are a mail Jit joa nro
f' ofbuslnens vi ak man of Ux
ened by tlio strain of tcmtolllnBorarni- ,
jour ilutks avoli' ' nleht work , to res
tllmulnntsand Ui tore brain nerve Ani
Hop Bitters. IwaMfc , use Hop B.
If you are younp and I I suffcrlnj ? froia any IL
dlicntlon or ilU-iiml Itluu ; II you are mar
rled or ulngle , old or I i youmr , suffering ( rod
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nets , rely on Hop ! 1 Blttera.
\Vhocrer yon arc.J Thousanas ale alt
Trhenorer you feel nuallj from some
tliat system ' form of Kidney
needs cleamtoK , ton- ' dlseafo tbat mlRbt
Inir or itlmulatlnfr ,
without MorteaUng , bya timely use of
' . ako Hop k HcpE'tter *
ftatni , illscaic
of thf * omacA , HOP ble o u r V for
bftictlk. blood , drunkenness
Uvcrotnirvctl use of opium ,
You will bo tcbaooo o *
cured If you use narcotics.
Bold by druggists
ply weak > nd gists houcltoi
Iti It may uuiDirrrn -
a ave your
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FOSTER , MILBUEN , & Co , , Props ,
BUFFAI.O , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon nnd 0. F.
Goodman. Jo 27 cod-mo
Tnls great ipcciric curis thnt most loathsome
WTiotlior in Its Primary , Secondary
or Tortlarv Slngo-
Removes all trnc.es of vcrcury Irom the sjs
tcni , Cures Scrofula , 01.1 boreJ , Ithcuma-
tlsin , Krzema , Cilnrrh or any
Cures Whoa Hot SprliiKs Fall !
Malicrn , Ark. , May 2,1831.
Wo ha\o rasenln our town who IhedatHol
Springand wcro Hnallj cured wlthS. S. S.
McCAMMON & JlL'ttllY ,
Memphis. Menu. , May 12,1881
We hao sold 1,200 bot'lcs of S. S. S. In a jear.
It has pl\en universal sitisfaction. lair niitmed
phjslclans now recommend It ns a posltho
specific. s M v.\smu > & Co.
Louisville , Kjlli > 13.1881.
S. S S. hag given better sati faction than any
medicine I haxo e\er sold J. A. FUXMIII.
Dcmci , Col. Ma ) 2,1831.
Every purcha cr tptaka in the highest tcrmi
ol S. S. S. L. Meisjotnr.
Ktchuiond. Va. . May 11,18S1.
You can refer anj body to ug In regard to the
merits of S. S. S. I'olk , Miller & Co.
Ha o nov cr known S. S. S to fall to cure a case
cf Sjphllis , when propcrl ) taken.
H. I. . Uentard , ) , . . n
Eli Warren. j-Pcrrja *
The aboto signers arctrcntlcmon of hlsrh etand-
lie- A II COLQUITT ,
IF YOU WISH WE W LL. TAKE YOURSE CA
TO HE PAID FOIl WHEN CUUED.
Wrlto for particulars nnd oony of little
book 'Mcasaco to the Unfortunate. "
1OOO Rownrtl will be paid to any
chemist who will llnU , on anujals 100 bottles
S S. 8. , ono particle of Mercury Iodide Potas
alum or any Mineral substance.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Props.
Atlanta , Oa.
Price of regular size reduced to $1.75 per I ot
tie Small size , holding half ttio quantity , price ,
Sold by KENNAHD & CO. ,
and Druggists Generally.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRACK MARKTI.B.0rcatTRADt ; MARK
oily. An un
rhca , Impotency -
ency , and all
follow as a
BEFORE TAKINQ.Boqucnco of AFTER TAKIMQ.
Sclf'Almso ; as Lous of Memory , Universal Liual-
tudo , Pain In the Bank , Dimness of Vision , Premature
mature Old Age , and many other DUciacs that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a I'mrm
tarFull particulars In our pamnhlot , which
wo ilcalro to eend free t r mall to everyone.
tSTTho Specific Medicine Is lold by all druggists
at $1 per package , or 6 packC3 for ? 5 , or will
be sent free by mall on rcei ptof the money , by
addling TIIEOUA 1EDICINECO. ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
or KA ! bv C. F Ooortr nc7mipnd
Thu Great English
> Nevcr falls to cuio
Nervous Dobllitj , VI.
tal Exhaustion , Enila
ilona , Seminal Wcak-
HOOD , and all the
vllclTccts of jouth
fid follies and execs
ic . It stops per ma
iicntly all weakening.
involuntary loss Baud
trains upon the BJS-
_ fem , the Inevitable re-
. . .mltol these evil prac
tices , which are no destructive to mind and l > od >
and innVo life miserable , oltcn leading to Insani
ty and death It strengthens tlio Nenes.Ilraln ,
( memorjf lllood , Muscles , Digestive and Repro
ductive Orir nt > , It restores to nil the organic
tiinctl'-in their former vU'or and vitality , ma-
Ing life cheerful and enjojulilo Price , Kl a
bottle , or four times tl.o iiianity | $10. Sent by
cxpro 9. secure from observation , to any address ,
oil receipt of price. No. C. 0. D. cent , except
an receipt of 81 as a guarantee. Letters re
questing answers must Inclose ntump ,
are the boit and chcap , , ) epcpsla and bllllous
euro In the market. So ? , Ty all druggists. Price
to conls. *
DR. Mism's KIDNKV KKUKDT , OrrnKTicuM ,
Cures all Mndof KMnuyand bladdcrcomplalnto ,
po i i tn t * I ill "corn 11 ' rr rue | J i' |
dan g ti > . ; u ' > > tn
fcMlUbll MhDICAL iKbTllLiTI- ,
718 Olive St. , bt. Loult , Mo.
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Care Guaranteed.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment
AspeclQo for ll ) tcrla , Dizziness , Convulsions.
Nerv. out Headache , Mental Depression , LOBS of
Mcinory,8pcrmatorrhoDaIinpotcnj , Involuntary
Eialsslons , Premature Old Auc , caused by overexertion -
exertion , self abuse , or overindulgence , which
leads to misery , decay and death. Ono box ulll
cure loeont cases. Ea h box contains ono month's
treatment. One dollar a box , or MX boxes for
five dollars ; eent by malt prepaid on receipt of
price. Wo guarantee blx boxes to cure any case.
With each order received by us for six boxes , ac
companied with fit o dollars , will tend the pur-
chiscr our written guarantee to return the
money If the treatment docs not cH ct a cure.
O. i , Goodman , Druggist , Solo , Wholesale and
Retail Agent , Omaha , Neb. Orders by mall at
"WINE Or OARDUI" four times n
' i / makes a lmi > uy household.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN
HOTELS , PROPRIETORS
AHLINQTON. J. Q. MclNTIRE ,
BARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN ,
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb
GRAND CENTRAL S.SEYMOUR , Nobrntka City )
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplngWatcrrt
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , A.O. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , O. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb'
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olnrlncln ,
ENO'8 HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Ercmont , Neb. \
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atklnion , Neb. \
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. OnUDD , Guide Recd , Neb. (
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Creiton , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , dUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , OEO.OALPH , Exlra , la
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. DURQESS , Ncola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl D.WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stanton , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvorn , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , IdfTGrovc , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , D , F. STEARNS , Odcbolt , la
GRAND PACIFIC , d. NORTON , Columbus , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Osccola , Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. S. DUNHAM , Clnrks Neb.
holesale Lumber ,
1. 1408 Farnliam Street , Omaha ,
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE IILLIUEET AID NOTIONS. .
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring Goods Receiving Daily and Stock very nearly Complete ,
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnhsm St. . Omaha. Npb.
ATTENTION BUSINESS MEN.
We have" in Stock
OVER 200,000 ENVELOPES
A Large Invoice of Flat Paper ,
Finest and Most Complete Line of Blank
and Account Books in Omaha. All at Prices
that Cannot be Met in this Market. Give us
CILIW R. DAVIS & CO. ,
( Successors to Wooloy it Davis. )
105 South Fifteenth Street Opposite Postoffice.
TO ALL WHO HAVE
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
TO BE REPAIRED ,
IT G-14 j& . 7 13sT Gh
TO BE DONE OR
JEWELRY MANUFACTURED ,
While our Work is better , our Prices are Lower
than all others
I received all of the SIX FIRST PREMIUMS
offered for Competition in our line
Qver All Competitors.
For the Best Watch Work ,
For the Best Jewelry , ( own make , )
For the Best Engraving ,
For the Best Diamonds ( own importation )
FOR THE BEST
DISPLAYED , ETC.
Having lately enlarged my workshops nnd putting In now t.nd improves
chinory , I hope to still moro improve the quality nnd finish of our
ork and fill orders with moro promptness than is usual ,
My Mctlo has always boon and always will bo : "First to gain supurlor
ties and then advertise the fact not before no wild advortisomonto-
Seme unprincipled dealers being in the habit of copying my
Denouncements , I would bog you , the reader of this , to
draw a line between such copied advertisements
and those of Yours very truly ,
A R ? fly R
/T.D LM i witc , jV (
The Reliable Jeweler , Omaha , Neb , , '
Sign of the Striking Towr dlocl/ /
J. A. WAEEFIELD ,
WJIOLE3ALE AND KETAIL DKALKIl IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
WBTATB AQKNl TOR MILWAUKEE CEUSHP COUPANT1 /
Near Union Pacific Depot , - OMAHA , jffEB
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