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/A\V THE DAlLf BEE-OMAHA MONDAY , JULY 24 ,
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The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware 'House
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET ,
OMAHA NEB.
WHOLESALE
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKALER N
Wall Paper and Window Shades
1304 Farnham St , Omaha Neb.
IROTIB : &
Wholesale Lumber ,
So , 1408 Farnhin Street , Omaha , M ,
THE MOLINE STOVE
Manufactured by
They make a specialty of COOKING- STOVES , and have this year placed In the market
neol the MOiT ECONOMiC AND MOST SAlISf'ACTOKV STOVES ever made. They makobotb
Tlaln and extension top , and guarantee all their goods. The agents for the company aro.
- PIEROY & BRADFORD ,
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DEALERS IN
Furnaces , Fireplaces , Heaters
3VJC j . 3W " 37 XI 3C ,
GRATES , RANGES , STOVES ,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS , Etc.
1211 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA NEB
PERFECTION
IN
ROASTING AND BAKING ,
is only attained by using
CHARTER OAK
Stoves and Ranges.
WITH
WIRE GAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For sulo by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS.
jull-miely
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ?
UOTJZLS. TOWNt
ARLINQTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb ,
SARATOGA HOTEl , J , Q , STELLINIUQ Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE N.b
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Btromtburg N
HALL HOUSE , A , W. HALL Loulivllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J , Q. MEAD , Nelleh , Neb
GRAND CENTRAL ? . SEYMOUR , Nebraska Clty , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplneWater.N *
COMMERCIAL HOUOE A. O. CAARPI-n , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , . W. MAYRELD , Qroonwood , N h
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. 8TORCY. Clarlndd , Iowa
ENO'B HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremcnt , K b'
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O , B. HACKNEY , Aihland , Kcb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL Atkinson , Ktb.
MORGAN HOUSE , EC. L. GRUDD , Guide Recd , Neb ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , OWAN & DECKER , Oreston , I * .
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO , OALPH , Ex Ira , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , le ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER. Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl A , WILLIAMS , Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQ8 , Oornlnj ; , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.tL. AVERY , Otanton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J , W , BOULWARE , Burlington Ju ration , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , B'snchard ' , I * .
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK. Bhenandoah , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
OACNELL HOUSE , OHA8. BAQNELL , College Springs , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , M. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKIN8HOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , It ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la '
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Osceola , Neb ,
DOUQLA8 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarks , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. CBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & BON , MarvlllaMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE o. MCCARTY , Scward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONES , Auroar Neb ,
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. CROZ'ER , Sidney , Neb ,
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D. W. ROCKriOLD , Avoca la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & 8HATTUCK , Red Oak
FOSTER HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewis a
WHITNEY HOUSE , E. HAYMAKER , Crltwol
STATS JOTTINGS.
The only butcher in 1'icrco hits dliut u | >
his shop ,
Win. Lowe , of Sowarcl , hfti invented ft
n-Asliiiif ; inncliino.
An Odd Fellows lodge wn Instituted nt
Utlca on the 10th.
Lincoln IIM a KebrMkn National bank ,
to start busli.CJi on the 15th ,
Jolni'on county wnrrnntR nrc nt i > ar for
'ho first tinio In liftcon
t co. It. Woolscy , of Dfs Moinc * , IIM
boui lit the XebnwKu City distillery lor n
ttiilo i-ypr S17,0Vl. (
The Sidney V.vT. says nine out of oAery
ten trfttnin who gr > to tlmt put of the
country "auccowl. "
Tvent3thrco thounntul ilollnn of the
bonded iiulol > tediic of Jolineon county
will bo p.ild off tlili full.
The fire 'otl.'g ordered for Sewanl for
the 4th did nnt nrrlvo until the 8th , mm
wcro fired ult on the 13th.
The Valley county n rlcnlurnl society
wnn orgnnl7t'd on the I''tn. They will un
doubtedly liuvo n fair this fall.
Snmucl Huncoolc. 0110 of the Slicrnnn
county coiiiinls'loiierK , wan dm ed by n
cow n illstnuco of eighty rods ono dty In t
wcclt.
Jacob Schmidt , n Sclmyler h r o thief ,
escaped from jail on tlio llith. The Kiler
nojjlccted to watch him , mr.t ho took nd *
vantgo of It.
John It Bauer , of Ijouhvllle , list week ,
leased hU stone iUftrrv ] for twenty years to
nn Oiiuilm man ; consiilcr/itiun furty-livo
hundred ( lollam ,
Milllo Varney , of Wcsterxille. Canter
county , was thrown from a herm * , which
uteppcd on her after nho had fallen , it jur *
Ing her rpli nl column ,
"Billy" Htadelmnn , the Lincoln rustler ,
It pnim to put tin n big brick block In
McCook. "Billy" Is the original Adam of
the Itvpublicnn valley.
The residence of D. Miirtin , Centr.il
City , caught lire from nn oil store on the
13th and comidcntblo dnningo ensued ,
The iieighborf put the lire out.
Henry Knglebatz , of St. Bcinard , was
bitten on the leg by n ennkc , The leg in
now wonderfully Hwollen nnd spotted with
the colon of the pnnke , nnd Knngrcno hai
set In ,
Kearney had au elopement on the Kith ,
the woman being ( the Journal eajn ) "a
sipter-in-law to a prominent Btato ollicer
well known in tlif ? o parts. The husband
who gave to her too much liberty , c.in bo
consoled > n his gdti , "
Ir.i Simmons killed two wolves a week
or HO since They cainn up nnd killed a
lamb for him in broad daj light only n few
rods from the house. Ho put polfon on
the lamb'rt uarcaen , nnd two of the "vnr-
mints" went under. York Itcpublican.
John Xubat , n Bohemian with his
family , went to Bremen to take passage
for Ameri 'n. A boy poven yearn old as
taken sick so he could not start with the
family , who \\eie too poor to remain in the
strange city on expense. The agent nt
Bicinen of the Hamburg -American
Packet Co. , Mr. Kardls , t ok the bov
under hiu uaru nnd the family sailed for a
etrango linil , leaving thu little sufferer
nlone. The family nrrhed heruniifu y inn
few weeks nnd the father hn < been woiki jg
nthta trade , a carpenter , for Mr. D ilansky.
Thu little boy recovered and was stirtud
on liis lonely j > uruey. Arrivng in New
York ho was taken cbarho of by Frank
Broclxk ) , another ngt nt , nnd started on bin
long join ney by rail. In ten weektt after
bis pareiitu left him sick , he arrived safely
in Crete alone. Crete Standard.
Personal and Social.
Judge Gaslin is "at home" on his sheep
rancho in tiarlan county.
Fred. Baker nnd wife , of AVilber , have
gene on n Colorado tour.
Misses Mabel and Bertha Mahon , of
Fairmont , ban gone to North Platte on a
visit of several weeks.
Judge T. L. Griffey , of Dakota City , is
recovering from the stroke of paralysis ho
received u few weeks since.
Arthur Gibson and inmily , of Fremont ,
have gone on n three or four weeks' trip to
S ilt Lake and other points.
Warren Nourse , of Ft. Callioun , ono of
the old landmarks of Nebraska , was
drowned m the lake near Herman on the
17th.
17th.O.
O. II. Phelps , who left Pawnee City ,
July Gth , for hia old home , North Adams ,
Mass. . died In n Bleeping car nt Binghamton -
ton , N. Y. , while en route.
James Stott died.at Dakota City ou the
IGth , aged f > 9 years. Ho was nn old citi
zen of Nebraska , and held the receivership
of the land ollico there for twelve years.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown , of Nebraska -
braska City , celebrated their silver wed
ding Wednesday of last week. They were
the first couple man led In Nebraxk i City.
Diye Grunebaum left for Baltimore , his
old home , tin Tuesday morning lasf. Ho
will be absent Home four or five wreku It
ims been suggested to us that Dave may
bring bick n Mrs , Auroi.i News.
If Mlf-s Luella Jackson or Mr * . Luella
Thoirow sees this item , fhe will confer a
favor by addressing N , Keith , South Au
burn , Neb. Pa | ors in Nebraska , Kansas
Missouri , Iowa and Illinois , please copy
and help i poor man find his ulster.
The friends and neighbors of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Leavilt coinnotcly surprised
that woithy coujilo last Tiiotday ovei.im ;
by taking poHse ion of their residence nnd
leaving numerous presents an a gentle re
minder of that day being the fifth anniver
sary of their marriage. I'awneo Kepubli-
can.
can.Miw
Miw Lyle Hover returned Saturday
fn m u two months' visit to her grand pa
rents In Iowa. She was in the region of
the late cyclone and brought back some
relict of the devastation. Upon taking
herleavo her grandfather presented her
with a very handsome nnd fine-toned organ ,
Beatrice Democrat ,
Miss Sallie Furnas gave H birth-day
party Tuesday evening , at tlin roiidenco of
htr grandfather , II. W. Furnas. The
evening was not pleasant but n largo num
ber of the 1 ttlo folks gathered to grout Miss
Sallle and wisli her a hundred moro
chances for a birth day paity Stllle is
eight yearn old , Hho rec.'ivul i | lilo a
number of pretty presenta , iSoinalm
Granger.
Mr , nnd Mrs. Daniel Hafhbcr erleft on
TiiBWlay for I'ennsylvania , This aged
couple left their native Htate fifty yearu
io and HIM 111 be their lirht vicit duilng
that time. ] ' r txveiity-fivo yoam they
have resided In Colfnx cuiinty , ( or what
hux since became uucli ) having settled hero
in 18')7. The trip will be of iimmual inter.
enttoMr , and Mru. Hashherger and The
Sun winlien them u safe nnd pleanmt jour
ney. Schuylcr Sun.
The ptrty held in the building wrst of
the 1'ieu ] 'res < nlllcu rjuturduy iT/ening , In
honor of Miss Tonlo Wauner's Hixteenth
birthday ws an enjoyable ulfair. everal
of her friendd came up from Grand Inland
on the train nnd together with thote from
town who attended , a social dance waa had
and Ml went "merry as a marriage bell"
till 12 o'clock.Vo join with her many
friends in winhlng Miss Tonlo many moro
happy anniversaries Several fine presents
were presented to her by relatives and
friend * . St. Paul Free IVeas.
Mrs. Morgnn was the recipient of a very
pleasant surprise last Friday evening , She
had been out vititlng fririnU in the coun
try , and on her return found the house oc
cupied by twenty or thirty of her old music
scholars , who were making themselves entirely -
tirely at homo. When aha had exchanged
ualuta'ions , Miss Ma'el Cobb , In a few
well chosen words , in btlialf of her pupils ,
presented a fine thina tea set of 51 pieces
and an elegant album , Mm , M , was BO
overcome by the com pletoness of the surprise
that the was not able to nay a word save
"Thank you , " After cake and ice cream
they had a variety of games and frollo that
made It a genuine "house warming. York
Hepub.ican.
OburciaeB uud tllnlBtora ,
The United Brethren of PlatUmouth are
building a parsonage.
The Blair Congregational church is be *
Ing supplied by F , F. Fink , class ' 83 , Chi.
cngo Seminary , dtirinr the cummer vaca
tion.
llev. Bros' , of Cretf , has gona to Wl .
concln on n vncntlon ,
Work on th OoiiKrcgfttlonftl ol.urch , at
Anroro , lm < commenced ,
The Presbyterian church nt Schuylrr li
bfiii ) , ' hnnddoincly palntpd nrd ptpenxt.
The Methodi t oi > ureh Rt Nortli I UUo
N tnchxcHl nnd will goon bo ready for the
p.ilntcr.
Thn CongregAUonnltiitit of Stnntou Imvc
bought n lot and will build n church , but
are undecided ni fn Its nizo
The Union Stndxy cliool nt Onlliw
bron broken up tnd the Mcthixlisti and
BnptUt * will nrgmiuo rcpikrAte fichooN.
A 1,3 0 p mnit bell has been received by
the Noibrnra Pteibyterian church I' cost
S3tO nnd was cast in Wet Troy N. Y.
Uov. Fnther IJmblcn went west Ttiev
day evening for n llttlo recreation In thp
mountains of Colorado. Sutton liegistcr.
Two Mormon older * are nt work In
Polk county , In the vicinity of Slroinshiirg ,
The husbands of the neighborhood had bet
tor clean up their shot guns.
The Kplscopil church at Norfolk lait
week received from friends nt Pine Uidge
agency , n Taylor it Parlay organ. Itmuken
n very nice picsvnt.
The Mithodt ) t church atFalrlmry , wan
repainted a short tbno nro , but the piint
failed to dry and the church could nnt be
occupied beeixuso the pulnt wax too sticky ,
A donr.tton U announced to bo given on
August 15th , 1882 , nt Crcsccn * Hall , ( . 'en-
trnl City , Neb. , for the benefit of Itov. S ,
Wood , pastor of the Methodist Kpiacopal
church ,
The first school housobutlt Incd Cloud ,
ono of the old innd markn of tiio toun. 1ms
been moved to the southwest part of town ,
where it will bo cccupiod by thu ( icrman
Lutherans an u place of worship.
The Sunday schools of'thls city are in n
most , prosperous condition , nnd thnnm-h the
instrumentality of SumUy school work
much good in being done for the young
people of North Plntto. NebrAsklan.
The Congregational society have re-clcc-
toil the Itcv. ( SCO. Soott us pastor for mi-
other year , Mr. Scott has done faithful ,
intelligent nnd acceptable work for the
church audit In our opinion that they have
Mono well to retain his services. Button
Kcgletor.
Kev U Ti. Wllliains , who has been nip-
plying the pulpit , of , the Pnsbytcrian
church of thfi city very aicept.i ily for the
nastycar , has accepted a call in ( lenoieo ,
Illinois , and will go there to begin his woik
about the lifMt of Aupust. During his
rhort utny with u Mr Williams has won
the fri n iship and esteem of our people ,
who regret that ho has decided to leave us.
llastin B Gazette-Journal ,
Schools nnd Scnoolmii'auis.
A teachers' institute will begin at Alma
\UglHt lltll.
Shelton voted on the 10th to build n now
school houxo.
Tlio Oakdnlo Kominary opens on Mon
day , September II th.
Moro tcnchern nro needed in Johnson
county lor the winter.
The G igocounty normalinstilulo o [ cnrd
it Buatrico on tbo 17th.
Johnson county will hold a teachers'
institute nt Tecumseh date not yut net.
Ground was broken lait week for the
foundation of the now Huinboldt school
George A. Gregory , of Crete , haH been
clio-en principal of thp Neligh ncadnmy.
A toachcra' institute w ! 1 bo held nt
Fn.ls City communclni ; August " 1st , and
cloning August 31st.
Miss Stebbins , one of Crete's teachers ,
has gone to Normal , III. , to attend : i mini-
ir.oruchool of improvement.
The lloynohls ( Jefferson touiity ) school
house watt blown n couple of feet elf its
foundation by a storm lust week ,
Su.pt. Kcndinger will ho'd n teachers'
institute in West Point , commencing Au
gust 21st and continuing ono week.
The Normal in'.tituto for Salina county
for the year 1SR2 will convene in the pub
lic school building nt Wllber on the 31st
day of Jul } ' and continue two weeks.
Prof. L. J. Cramer 1m been elected
superintendent of the Jj'olumbuB schoolo
for the coming year nt nVml.uy of SUOJ n
year. Tlicro were several applications.
Mi9 Gertnido Mason , teacher for nor-
eral terms of the Intennediatu department
of our schools , left for Chicago last week
to Bpcnd her vacation. West Point Ke-
publican.
Prof , W , C. Meyer , of Tecumpch , has
been engaged ns principal of the Syracuse
scho h for the next school year. Mr.
Meyer has had charge of the Tecumsch
schools for the past four years.
Prof. A. B. Fairchlld , of Doano college ,
has gone to New York on a two yearn'
Iravo to take n theological courro , after
which ho will return to Crete. Prof.
Brown , n Vermont gentleman , takes Prof ,
FairUuld B chair In the interim.
At tbo lint mooting of the Fiemont
school board Miss Lizzie Schettler , of Fie-
inont , and Mrs. A. ( / , Mulloy , of S rib-
ner , were HOlccted as additional teacheiv ,
comilcling ] tlio corps for the next ncl.ojl
year Mi > H IColaio C'ark vvaH elected ai
principal of the n w Went school.
It looks now as though the fall to1 in of
the public school for this district would
have to bo commenced In the old building
again. There ! > no commencement on thu
new ono yet , nnd the building committed
uecm to lie on the standstill , not knowing
what to do , Madison Chronicle.
Our school board hau engaged Mn > . W
A. Connell , of Harvard , to teach tlio in
termediate department , vice Miss Nellie
Henderson , resigned. Mrs. Connell ban
tbo reputation ol being a very successful
teacher , and wo think the district It fortunate
nato in Becurini ; her services , Suit n
Refiiettr.
Miss Hattie Fitch will ? eon leave fora
visit to her old homo In Waterloo , Iowa ,
Bho has made a hott of friends hero during
hertwo years' leslileuco , nnd husproven to
ho ono of the best teachers over emphned
in tht ) Keimhlican City Hchooln. Her
absence will especially be felt by thu
Hchulant. who have learned to nhtecm htr
very highly. Republican City Jintorprlsi- .
The warJ echool houses if Crete uro to
bo painted and kaUominedandtho grounds
to bo guided around them. Minx Anna
If aim natj been chosen principal of the
J' it school in phico of Carroll I'earite ,
who resigned to attend college. Kdward
Henley hni been elected unpuiintendent
and Mis * Whitehorn has beefi promoted to
he principal of the gramuiur echool ,
Standard.
Mutrlrnonlnl.
At TrVi mull , July 18 , Samuel W.
Stuwnid to Lucy B. Downing , of Blair.
At Tecunm-h , July 18 , by Jtov , Dr.
Stott , N. B. Douglas to Mollie Curtis.
At Central City , July JO , by Itov. S
Wood , Win. A. 'Wilder to Miss Anna M.
Dehm.
At Kearney , JulyJ 18 , by Itnv. Goo ,
T. Crlssnmn , Win. Watuon to Kll/alietli
Ciivcllcr ,
At Beatrice , July 1L by Judge Kret-
Ringer , J , 12. Fithen und Kate Putnam , of
Wymore.
At York. July 18 , by W. W. Qilfen.
county judge , Kobert It , Lombard , of
York county , and Mrs. Kltea A. Xenner ,
of Miami county , Ohio ,
What does K. S. Gillett , with his bott
clothes on , go to Beatrice ) every week ? lie
looks an If he hud matrimony In his evu.
[ Blue Springs MUor ,
Married by Kev. G , A. .Smith , at the
residence of the brlda'a father Mr , Henry
Anthony and Miiw Xelma Hutchison. Mr.
Anthony is the efficient ainldtant of our
( joiiular ututlon agent , Mr. .Juyne' , and
MISH Xelma ono of the girls that has grown
up among us. [ York Itepuhllcau.
Journullatlc.
A now paper is talked of at Blue
Springs.
The Knox County Nowshau changed it.
shape to u 0-coluinn 4 to.
The Fremont Tribune ban donned the
cmarto shape , the Inwards being patent.
H. W , Mntbewu , of the O'Neill Frou-
tier , I * Rcttin ? ready to tnrt a p p r ftt
AlklnNon , Holt county.
The Central Nebraska Presi ( Kearney )
appears ngnin in the fthapo of n IIURO
9-colinnn folio J. P. Johnson pu hoi the
hti < incM , and W , C , Holdcn pu hf the
quill ,
The material of tlic Wymore Wymorinn
having reverlid to Capt. Ashbi' , it fslU
now into tlio bonds of Mr. Win. A. Shcp-
nrdson , Into of Cr'iitoii , Iowa , who lm < <
NMiuJ the first number of n now paper
under the old title of the Leader.
The Iron Horso.
Tlio B , & M , nhop * at Plittlnmouth ara
to bo lighted by clccliIcily.
Since l o 1 Cloud became n "feed" sta
tion the railroad house there hat done n
big busine ,
Mr. Jan. linird IIAI been promoted lo n
conductor hip on the west cud of the Sioux
City and Pacific.
Grand Island conlldeutly expects the B ,
k M. to build from Aurora to that plnco
and thence to l.onp City.
Wo learn from a reliable source that
fifty niiloi of grading west of 1'otl Nlo-
brara is ti bo let by the Sioux City and
Pacific company immediately [ Xeligh
Advocatt ,
It's n hard road to travel , U the B , & M.
to Denver. The first good smash up wan
at Jiruuli , Cole , ou the ( Uli ; on the 7th the
west-brtinid passenger train went into the
ditch nt Akron ; nnd on the following
Sunday the vast-bound freight gut Into
trouble ,
Quito a number of PolnmlcrA hereabouts
j I hold time chocks against tlio B. k M , rail.
road company , and say they hnvabeon told
I i th it the pay car wna not hero last month
I and will not bo thin. They neom to bo tn
need of the funds duo them , ami hnvo n
eusplclon thnt Bomrtblng Is wrong some-
where. [ Columb'id Journal
The Slou\ City nnd 1'Acilio railroad
company have the contrnrt for transporting -
ing Indum goods to Pine Hldgo nnd Hose-
bud ngcnciua. The track is tcady for
trains to n point about live mile ) smith of
] ' rt Niobrnrn , A wagon road will bo
built from thU point to the agencies nnil
the freight taken from thu caniat the pres
ent end of the track. It is expected thnt
n stage Hnu will also bo put on between
I ho track terminus and Dcalwood.
lO'Ncill Frontier.
Thn Kepublican has It from the inner
consciousness of olov.itu.l tnllroid nUlcorn
that a fast uxprcx * train ! H lo bo put on
betwco ! Kniisas City nnd Denver.ln
Pa\VM > n City , August 1 , 18SL' . A largo
force 'if workmen In engaged on the road
running through this county , ballasting
with MII erior sand and putting it Into such
nhaj.0as ill malothu proposed ruiiniui ;
time , fully thirty miles nn hour , snfo nnd
practicable. The western bounii train will
pnna PawneoCily probably In the foicnoon
and ' ho vantein bound in the afternoon ,
making close coiincctions at both terminal
points with trains rnt > t , went , north and
boutli.I'awneo [ Republican.
1'nrm , Garden nnil Orchard.
There is BOIIIO ] hog cholurn in Fiirn.iB
county.
The prosperity of Nebriska f.inncrj jitct
now in nil in their 130.
S. K. Foss internist > ford i tbou and
steers at Crete thin winter ,
Corn near Kill Olond grew IJ inchomv
day lait wci-l , thu hii-f suj'B.
Mr ? li i er , of T niycr cciunty , has
In tfou > ouniiels of ptbi'liua by bail this
season.
j\IVH. \ Kin/.el hns an o u unlcr ton yeirs
old , which now has Uvonty-jix douhlu
( lowers in hlooiii1 \ \ e < t Point Progress.
The most of the fpriiiR wheat will bo
rody for harvest by the first of next week.
A few fields hnvo been harvested this week.
{ Nonmha Granger ,
The wheat harvesting has been hc uu in
this county , nnd , contrary to expectations ,
farmers icport Hint the whea bends are
blasting badly within n few dayn. Keports
now indicate a very considerable lessening
of the crop below what was expected ono
week ago. Plnlt'in .nth Journal.
Corn Is reported doing well. The upland
corn looks Imu nul promises now from
tifty to seventy-five bushels. Low land is
not looking as well. In some localities it
IK spoiled on account of wut , but the out
look is bright for tbo farmers of our
county , and with n few weeks now of good
weather they will have no ro HJn to com
plain. [ Hurt County Now.
Wo saw the other day , nn the farm of
withiB. F. LeldyKna | poach tree loaded
Doacnes , as largo as orange ) , of a beautiful
red color , and nearly rlno. Wo did not
learn the name , as Mr. Lcidy was not nt
home , but they are certainly a choice va
riety. If his peach trees weio all of that
kind it would be a nmall fortune to him.
Falls City Journal ,
Dclncd BnrfiCHS has raised quite n qiun-
tity of the Kng ih gaosohcrrios , a samp ) *
of which wan chown js , Wednesday. They
were larger than pigeon egg * , nnd was as
line looking UH ono could winli. Ho rcnorts
the biiHhos us doing well , and ho will un-
doubteilly plant many moro bushel of tbo
simo v.riety. Tot-cosuch fruit loads to
the idoi tlmt tbo best kind of fruit can be
r , bed in this country. Arapahoe Pionver ,
By far the largest wheat crop ( this
county ban ever known has just been gar
nered into safe fthapo the past und nroiont
vvfek. Notwithstanding thu predictions
of the croakon * , tlio weather , especially
toward the last of tbo harvest , ban been
a'l ' thnt could bo desired , and tbo unpar
alleled yield of nn ostlmatol yield ot
thirty bushels to tbo aero makes glud the
hearts of the farmers. [ Johnson County
Journal ,
Toad * nro good to keep bugii elf of pota
to vines , af many know , Mr. Tim Wean-
el , of Oukdale , says ho gathered up BOIIIO
toadu and put them In thu potato field and
in a short time they had thu bti s olf. How
thin would work In every case or whether
it Is thu cheapest way , we nro not icady to
my , but many youngsters who would havn
to | ick ImgHor pepper "Pnddlo'a Green , "
vvouhl very naturally Hko to catch and
conduct n > iiiud | of tliese toads In destroying -
ing thetu vurmintH. Nelii'h liepubllcan ,
Found nt
What every ono should have , and never
be without , In TIIOVIAH' KI.KOTIIIO On , . It
IB thorough and sufu in iU elfccts , produc
ing the most wondrous cures of rliouma-
tlum , neuralgia , burriH , bruises , and
woimdHof every kind. jnlyl7dlw
i KIDNEY-WORT
IS A SURE CURE
for nil dlaonaoB of the Kldnoya and (
LIVER
It haa tpocUlo action on this moat I mportnnt
organ , enabling it tn tlirovv oil torpidity and (
Inaction , stimulating tbo lioaltliy Bocrctlon
ofUiolJIlii , and by keeping the bowola 111 free
conditioncifoctlDg IU rouularclUcliarira.
RAiolofl' * Jfyouorouullurinefrora
IWldlCiriCli malarinlinvotliochlll3 ,
are blllotu , dyopoptlo , or conitipatad , Kld-
ncy-Wort wlllnuroly relieve & qulokly euro ,
I , Intlil Boiu9ontocloanootlioByBtomevery
'ono ohould take a thorough couno of it. CI )
'SOLD DY DRUQQISTS , Price ei.
KiDNEY-WQRTl
JM glGHABLE
PEBFUME ,
f.lurray & Lanman's
FLBBIPA WATER.
Best Pir TOILET , BATH
> nd I ANDKERCHTEF.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
GJ-OILID
AND
mwwvi M MVM irmrviim MMWIMMMMMIV M mirwanBBKt
BawrvupOTW Hi ATIE3 ZEi
Mining and Milling Company.
WOlMrur C | > lttl < - $300,001.
CtpltftlSr.ocV , -1 11.000,009 ,
F r V lue ol Shared , l S8,00
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMEL MINING DISTRICT.
Un. J. I. THOMAS , t'KBUiint , Cummins Wjorolnj ? .
Wll. K TILTON , Vice-President , Cammlw , Wyoming
R. N. 1IAIUVOOD , BtircUiy , Cummtni , Wyoming.
A. tl. LUNN , TroMiircr , Cummtnr , JWyomla
Dr. J. I. Thonuj. Louis Miller W. B. llMmol , A. O. Dunn.
N. lUrwocxI. Francis Lf vcn . n < o. ll.Falor. L wli Zolm D.
Dr. J , 0 , Watklnt.
moSJ 6m (1KO.W . A'lthorlolont lor Svlo of Slack ! ! ! ' O Oi .
ofJran , I 'mi vlan
iull'hofiihoniii In
txitolaMo form , 37i
ontyprr paration o/iroi *
other iron i > rrparatlons.
! ! ? In niyiimrllto til . ' > > i nilninnlli-liii < . I Imnfmitid untlilng tn nltn tlm rmnlt * that DR.
II Mill n'nlnoN IONKI d r . In inri4iif Ni > rruii IVuMrnllitn , IVtiw ! " JliM'a-HW. ljptKl"lvnnd initHMrr-
Utiril romlltlnnof tlin bltmil.tliliiiioi'ili MriMiiriljrlinA.lniny liAiiilsiuadoiiiinn nntulvrfnl euro Cjiso * IliAl Imvo
linlllixlMiitiiiiif iiuriniMl iMiiliii'iit | ihflc'lnn linroli > IlMl to tlil tirnl and Ini < inirarnlilo rrmrily. I proicrllHi
It Iniimfpnncniniuijlroii pn < | iir tliinnmili < In Incl. mirhn ri > nit > , iiiuiLii | | ln , lMliTKH'Hlm'NToNiol iiiir
i'Wyliiin > | irmtlci' Un. UOIIl'UT HAMllii.S.aiiimii : < rClfviISI. . UHiln.Mn.Kor.Kill , 1881.
Jr < ; / ! ( fvlor ta tlm Moorf , '
natural tirntthfltl tnneta
nrrrtnu fW
it npnltntlilfi to ( Irneral
JMilUty , 7x > ofslt'tif
itfl'n trnttim of Min
J'otrrra nnil Impolentv , _
" "irK | iilUD UY THE DR. HAIWXEKMEDICINK CO , , 213 fUl AIM ST. , 5T , IOUIS ,
Genius Rewarded
OK ,
Tlio Story of tlio Sowing Maclilno ,
A h ml omo Iltllo , pmphlcf , biro nnd go d
cove with nuiucroua ctujiaxlnur , will bo
GIVEN AWAY
to ny a uilt ponton rrlllnir ( or It , t any branch
or flub-oillco of IhoB'iuur Manufnctuiiiii ; Oom- ,
| ioiir. or nil ) lie cent br mall , post pild , to
any ] ioruon IMug at i dlstancn from our oltlcci
Tlio Singer Manufaofcnrlng Co , ,
Prlnolpnl Ollico , 111 Union Hqnnio ,
NEW YORK
i.o
MONITOR OILSTOVE
Improved tor 1HH2.
THE DKHT AMD
ONLY ABSOLUTELY SAFE
BTOILOVE IN THE WORLD.
Every honookoopor foola the vrantol
aoinothing that will cook the daily
food nnd avoid the oxcosaivoheat , duet ,
litter and nahoa of n ooalnr woodstovo ,
THEMON1TOII 9IL STOVE WILL
DO IT , button , quicker and cheaper
than any other rncanH , It is the ONLY
OIL STOVE made with the OIL
RESERVOIR ELEVATED ut the
back of the atovo , a way from the heat :
by which arrangement ABSOLUTE
SAFETY is secured ; as no gua can bo
generated , fully twenty per cent more
iient ia obtained , the wicks nro pre
served twice as long , thus saving the
trouble of constant trimming and the
oxpenHo of now OUCH. EXAMINE
THE MONITOR nnd you will buy no
other.
Manufactured only by th
Monitor Oil Sfcovo Co , Cleveland 0 ,
Send tor descriptive circular or call
on M , Rogers & Son , agents for Ne
braska
$5OOO V
AND
THE
Of Omaha.
lias purchased ol the CorllfsHilc.MoniilactiuInK
Co. , o ( 1'rovlilencu , Jt I , , a safe will h Is Kuar-
antccd In urltlng to h "iiLioltttfly liurylur
jirtxij for a period ol thirty-Bin hours contlrmoun
anil unillbtuihcd attack wllli the line ol such
tools and aiiillcaiittsasa | liiir lar can employ , "
anilliiapructlca ly unconditional way.
Ilila tunk iletlrea a thorotii ; ) ! tott wade upon
( III * tafu , anil In case ol lalluru to utatiil It , tbo
lank will bo at lllwrty to purclmso any other
in ! anil mav return this lo the manufacturer * .
Any partyU at llhurty to unJurtaku t ho a tt UCK
who will liiriils.li eitUliatory homl to ] ny all
to thu bale , In cauo It U not entered In
tlm stlnulatcil tlinu. TlioC'orlUt * Company ngieo
In willnitf to duprult with thin bank the sura ol
$3,000.00. upon thu aliening of ail agreement a
above Inn nalil mini to lie p'acoij within the
mlo and to lie lorlulttd to the puty oiiuratlni ; In
ca o Itlnlorcluly openud and ho contcntu ralj
i.tructo.1 . IlKNKY W. VATKH Cashlr.
THE KENDALL
PLAITING MAOHHE I
' OOHPANIOM ,
It plaits roai l-.1of a n Inch to
< , Idtli In tl.o coarsest ftlU nr Uneat Jl k
It doml' ( klndnaudutlo > of { lalttiu 1'i iMt.
No lad } 'i.ut deed her own dreus-nibwlny
ifforil to ub without ono at nlco iiiiltlng li
lav ei out of fanblon , II Bttn It eello Itwll , f "I
lUrhlmn , Circulars or AKeiit' teirus aJdrem
CONGAU & CO. ,
1R AiUrnn Rt. Ohlniic"
PAKK
MILITARY ACADEMY.
A Chrlitlau Family Sihool for Hoju. l'ri-arib |
Irr Colloid' , B.'ieiitlllo Hrhool or Iliuliieen. Bel il
to Oopt 1 ED , N. KIRKTALCOTT
Principal ,
gnu Turk. Took Co. , Ill , , for catalogue.
II VdlQn
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, ,
And all Polutt East and < Oouth-Enst
TIIKUNKCOMPRISES
Nearly 4OtO inllca. Sollil Smooth Stcol Track *
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t has n National llormtatton ag bclnu the
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Try It and you will find traveling a luxury
Instead of a discomfort.
Throunh Tickets via rhls Celebrated Line lor
eaJo nt all nlHcoa In tlio West.
All Information about lUtes o Faro , fleering
Car Accommodations , Tlmo Tables , &c. , will ba
cheerfully flvon by applylnlng to
2d VIco-l'rcH't < b Don. Manftccr.Chlcago.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. raMcrwer Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVENPORT ,
Oen. Agent , Conncll Bluffs.
II. 1 * . UOELL , Ticket .A t.
morn-od ly
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, CREAMERIES ,
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Offices9
Etc. ,
Specialty ,
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Steam Engines ,
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY.
ThB Howard Automatic Out-Off
Steam Engine.
BcnJ lot circular. 23-lm
Nature's Sparkling ; Specific lor Indigestion
and lillloutneuu , the water ol the famous Seltzer
fcpa , h dudk | lcd In a moment ul'li a spoonful
ol TAIIUASIH HKI.TZEII Ar aiK.vr. wlikh contains
every valuable element ol the German
ipriiijr , 'llio fro test iihyikUim of Kurojie pronounce -
nounco that Iree gilt of rrotldenca tbo most po-
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fresh and lUralnir li now placed within the reach
cl every Invalid In tlio wcoteru world.
BOLD UY ALL DllUOQISTH.
J21-6m
To Nervous Sufferers
1 HE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Oinipoon'e Spoolflo
( i U iK | ( lV4icuro for btvrruatounc * , Somlna
Weoxneti , ImpoUney , net. 4ll dlgnuici reiultlajr
from Ueif-AbuM , au llM.u.1 Auxlely , Loasi
rj.'inorv , 1'iliia In thd Uick or Hide , and dUeual
" r- " " " -
- iu d to
The Spaolflo
lThe la
sssfs < l loll ? tuuJ
lul succeai
_ _ _
* ouv .reo KI all , > lltu foi thim uid get full ( * !
llc'Jna.
r'llre , fliicdOi : , 01 00 p i pukkip , or ill pack.
Uta ( or W.OO. Ad jivea all orders 10
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Noi. 101 and 100 Ualn St BuOalo , K. Y.
BoM In Omaha by 0. 3. Oaoduuo , J. W. Doll ,
J , K. Ion , and all JraggliUcycrynhoio.
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